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griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. good morning. it's 6:00. those small earthquakes are not letting up at all. they continue to shake the san ramon valley in a big way. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live from san ramon where there was more activity this morning. 300-plus. remarkable, kiet. >> reporter: yeah. you know, that was the last report by the usgs, nearly 300 earthquakes in just the past week alone. this whole earthquake swarm started last thursday and the good news is that most of them have been small earthquakes. about a dozen have been over magnitude 2.5 with yesterday afternoon and evening being a particularly active time. the biggest one so far in the swarm has been a 3.6 and that hit right around the afternoon commute yesterday. the crow canyon country club is at the epicenter of the swarm. it's not one main quake and then a couple of aftershocks. it's a constant swarm. there's been a lot of chat ber it with people trying to go on about that business. there's been a lot of chatters about it. folks using their cell phones to check the usgs to be sure
there was an earthquake. the agency says a swarm like this is not unusual for the area. >> this area around san ramon through danville and to alamo is an area where we have had these types of swarms in the past. based on what's happened in the past, the most likely scenario is that we'll not have a large damaging earthquake. >> reporter: the good news in all of this is that all of these earthquakes having under 4.0. we're live in san ramon, kiet do, kpix 5. highway 101 is back open this morning after a deadly crash in san francisco last night. just before 11:00, dispatchers got a call about a body blocking the highway's southbound lanes near 3rd street. once officers got there they saw two vehicles had been involved in a crash. at least one other person was injured. highway 101 was closed for a few hours overnight. cell phone video captured the moments after a car burst into flames on 880 in oakland. the three car crash happened
near the 23rd avenue overpass last night. traffic was closed in both directions for more than an hour during the evening rush. this is why those cars crashed. 100 yards of chain-link fence fell into the freeway. chp believed it came off the overpass but they are not sure how it fell. traffic is moving along now and no one was seriously hurt in the crash. >> a little scary. you're right there with the fence coming down. let's keep the car theme going and see how we are doing on the roads on tuesday. gianna. >> new accident westbound 580 at vasco. it's busy through the altamont pass anyway. this is near the dublin interchange. a lot of cars on the road. 27 minutes altamont pass to the dublin interchange. a motorcycle involved in the accident. delays blocking the left lane. speeds slow there. vallecitos southbound 680 not too far from there we are seeing delays. the bay bridge backed up. your approaches are now
starting to see some delays, as well. metering lights were turned on at 5:36 a.m. a look at 880 right now both directions doing okay through this portion near the coliseum. brand-new carpool lane in the area. you're going to see some delays near hayward and fremont, typical delays this time of the morning. no troubles southbound 101 between 580 and the golden gate bridge toll plaza. and the san mateo bridge off to a good start both directions looking good. a check of the south bay coming up. here's roberta. i was shocked and amazed this morning. that's hard to do but i actually saw a hint of some fog at the dublin grade as i was heading out of the tri-valley west towards san francisco. this morning that's the case. it's just patchy, here, there, right there at sfo. so far no reports of local airport delays but i'll keep you posted on that. right now, oh!! you're going to feel the difference! 25 hours ago we were at 63 degrees in livermore. it's cooler this morning but it's going to be a warmer day. we are talking about 60s and
70s at the beaches today. 75 san francisco. 85, 86 in gilroy. east of the bay, we are talking about a north-northwest breeze. 20 miles per hour late day so breezy late day. 60s in stinson beach through the 70s in sausalito to the mid- 80s in santa rosa again a breeze late day. and we are seeing this setup of an offshore flow so up to 87 degrees in cloverdale. today's isn't going to be the warmest day. we'll talk about which day will be at 18 minutes after the hour. today san francisco's controversial sanctuary city policy is up for debate just as congress begins its own discussion on that same issue. kpix 5's jackie ward live outside city hall with more. >> reporter: as you may recall, the city sanctuary city policy came under fire when kate
steinle was shot by a convicted felon an undocumented immigrant. he had been previously deported five times. the board of supervisors will vote on the sanctuary city policy which limits city cooperation with federal immigration authorities. the board and mayor lee say that the policy has nothing to do with steinle's death since the sheriff's department should have called immigration and customs enforcement to let them know steinle's shooter was being released several months before her death. one of the resolutions calls for sheriff mirkarimi to reverse an order banning his staff from communicating with immigration authorities. a competing measure would encourage the sheriff not to notify i.c.e. when immigrants are released. steinle's family is suing the sheriff's office, i.c.e. and the bureau of land management. >> she said help me, dad, as she fell. that's my bedtime story every night. and if you want it to be your
bedtime story every night, then do nothing. >> also today, congress will begin debate on a bill that would pull federal funding from cities which don't cooperate with immigration authorities. louisiana senator david vitter has pushed this legislation aimed at sanctuary cities for years but gained support in congress since steinle's murder so the way the city handles this issue could come down to the november election when the city's sheriff is challenged by vicki hennessy who supports some cooperation with federal government. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. a proposal to allow four medical marijuana dispensaries in marin is up for debate today. under the plan, the dispensaries could open in unincorporated areas across the county. officials are expected to endorse the plan after the public gets its say at a meeting at the civic center tonight. pot dispensary owners have won a major legal battle in federal court. yesterday, a san francisco judge ruled that federal drug enforcement agencies cannot
shut down medical marijuana dispensaries as long as they comply with state law. the judge also ordered the lifting an injunction against the marin alliance for medical marijuana, one of california's oldest dispensaries. 6:07. the nation is witting for word on whether -- is waiting for word on whether vice president joe biden will launch a presidential build. the latest poll shows support for hillary clinton would dip if biden does jump into the race. brook silva-braga has the latest this morning. >> reporter: it was business as usual for vice president joe biden on monday. no big announcement yet. but when he spoke to members of the military at the white house, he mentioned his late son beau, an iraq war veteran who reportedly urgedded bien to run for president. >> our son was a good man but no different than every one of those in that case soldiers who got off the flight with him. >> reporter: biden is no rush to make a decision even as hillary clinton increases her lead in national polls. >> if the reason you're running is because you perceive that
somebody else isn't doing as well as they should, that's not an effective rationale for voters. >> reporter: clinton will testify before the house benghazi committee thursday that could last 8 hours. the republican side, donald trump continues to lead every national poll for four months. >> i don't want anybody's money. they form all these pacs. people pour money into pac's. i don't want them. >> reporter: the secret service is reviewing requests for protection from the trump and carson campaigns. while carson denied the request came from his team, he admitted to receiving many threats. brook silva-braga for cbs news. wild video out of oakland where a man was caught on camera swinging a machete and darting in and out of traffic. this happened at 37th and international. he takes a few swings at passing vehicles as the cars try to hit him. a few of them even made
contact. the witness shooting the video says it's 3 a.m. when this is happening and by this time, police have been called. >> second unit for cover. 37th, international. man with a machete someone trying to run him over and the subject with the machete hitting a vehicle with it. >> amazingly the man did get up and walk around again after he flew off of the hood of a car. police arrested him shortly thereafter. time now 6:09. the feds are looking into a fight on a plane bound for san francisco. we'll hear from a bay area tv star and radio host who happened to be on board. >> and some bay area teachers getting a big helping hand all thanks to super bowl 50. >> and well deserved. good morning, everybody, from the kpix 5 weather center. it's going to be warmer today than yesterday but not as warm as tomorrow. we'll have your full forecast straight ahead. >> and we have delays on the altamont. i'll explain coming up in just a few minutes.
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♪ ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ ♪ good morning. it's 6:13. taking a look towards sfo, you can see in the distance there that faint deck of low clouds. so far no reports of any local airport delays but that could change in a moment. we'll keep you posted. a texas teen arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school met with president obama last night. the president invited ahmed mohamed to the white house for astronomy night. >> some of you might be on your way to mars. america can do anything. we just got to keep on encouraging every new generation to explore and invent and create. >> he has had all sorts of invitations since the clock arrest. he attended google's science fair in mountain view last month. a fight between two
passengers on a flight to san francisco led the pilot to turn the plane around and now the feds are investigating. kpix 5's joe vazquez says it all started when a woman decided to recline her seat. >> it was pandemonium. i didn't know what was going on. i thought it was a terrorist. i didn't know what was happening because people were going crazy. >> reporter: mark curry was on southwest flight 2010 from l.a.x. to san francisco. 15 minutes into the flight the pilot called the tower to say he was turning the plane around. >> southwest 2010. >> go ahead. >> hey, um, flight attendant just called. evidently we've got two passengers in a physical altercation. so we need to get turned around back to l.a.x. >> this lady was screaming, he choke me, he choked me! and she wouldn't get up. she stayed down. she sat in her seat. he choked me, he beat me. the dude was just sitting there. >> reporter: you may recognize mark. he played mr. cooper among many tv roles. he is a radio host now at kblx in san francisco. >> they asked me to restrain the guy and i was -- i was
going to go down and beat him down. i didn't care. i can't have him open up a door or some situation like that at 30,000 feet. we got to go. >> reporter: according to witnesses the passenger had pulled her seat back so the man behind her reacted by attacking her. a passenger who did not want to be identified gave us this video of the man as he walked down the aisle. >> i said what dude are you talking about? i say, him?! nothing -- you know. >> kind of nerdy? >> no, he wasn't feveredy but it didn't seem like that was the guy that did that. i think he probably was having a bad day. he was probably shocked himself. >> reporter: this video in the aftermath of the attack shows the flight attendants trying to talk the tearful woman into filing charges. the victim is not shown in the video. >> you can redress that. >> what do i do over this? stay here all night? [ crying ] >> she didn't want to press charges. she -- the dude -- do you want to press charges? do i have to get off the plane?
[ crying ] >> reporter: i'm joe vazquez, kpix 5. today oakland wants your opinion on how to improve their downtown. the demand for downtown space is on the uprise and as we have seen in san francisco, it's threatening to push out long- time residents. so the city working on a formal plan for the future and they will begin take public input today on new ideas. you can submit your comments at the office of spur-oakland. bay area teachers are cashing in with a bit of help from super bowl 50. 50 teachers received "stem" grants at the stadium last night. that stands for science, technology, engineering and math. one fremont high school teacher says her students will be thrilled with what she can buy with the equipment. >> they know our equipment is expensive. so whenever we get -- you know, we're piecing it together slowly but surely and turning my class like into a high-tech biotech lab. they will be excited. >> the money comes from chevron's fuel your school program, the official "stem"
program of the super bowl 50 host committee. >> 4.5 months away. >> yes. >> i know. >> they are busy. >> oh, my, yes. it will be a fun week. how we doing on the roads? good day, bad day? >> you know, it's kind of a bad day. sorry. out the door, it's rough especially for the altamont pass. had a bunch of accidents through here this morning. the latest is reported near vasco. the one plus is once you get past the wreck it eases up at the dublin interchange. but before that, man, you're in for some slow-and-go conditions westbound at vasco injury accident left lane blocked chp on scene as well as emergency crews so expect some decent delays there. slow out of tracy, as well. your drive times are sluggish 30 minutes altamont pass to 680. so heavy slow-and-go conditions there. westbound 84 at vallecitos that accident clearing. seeing some delays southbound side of 680. you will see delays at sunol grade. northbound 101 through the south bay looks like a 15- minute ride now 280/680 to 237. no accidents but starting to see some delays there.
also sluggish northbound guadalupe parkway. had some troubles on 17 as well so keep that in mind. westbound bay bridge sluggish. metering lights are on. you're backed up into the maze. delays 880 both directions through the coliseum area. looks good southbound although slow-and-go near 238. a live look at the golden gate bridge with your marin county commute still a nice one this morning. here's roberta. boy, i could really feel the difference out the door this morning. it's cooler overnight. 24 hours ago we were in the 60s, this morning in the 50s. we have areas of low clouds and patchy fog. temperatures in the 50s. santa rosa at 50 degrees. even though it's cooler this morning, it's going to pan out to be a warmer day. this is our satellite-radar all that rain that brought the mud slides to southern california is now kicking out east. in its wake we have an upper- level ridge of high pressure that's combining with an offshore flow and the end
result sunny dry conditions today with warmer days ahead. dry weather every day through the weekend and a chance of rain but not until next friday, a small chance. we expect according to our midrange computer models expect late october to early november above average rainfall. so let's keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best. but right now it's high pressure expanding and contributing to sunshine today with temperatures averaging anywhere between 5 and 10 degrees above average in many local neighborhoods. 86 in sacramento. 71 monterey bay. 58 in the high sierra. 84 in redding. meanwhile our temperatures will be banking between the upper 60s and low 70s anywhere from the sunset district through moss and montera beaches, also ocean beach near 70 degrees. across the bay today 80 in oakland, 80 also mountain view. near 80 in san jose. but the further inland you go
you see temperatures reach the mid-80s. and then we'll trend upwards on wednesday. we'll hold steady pretty much through the weekend. >> it's 6:20 on this tuesday. a bay area squatter accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in a high-end art theft. how he initially managed to fool investigators coming up. >> i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up a former a's star comes up big in the play-offs. remember that big michigan loss against michigan state? a t-shirt is the new look. we'll explain coming up. tt2watx#@n4 p bt@qj4@ tt2watx#@n4 p "a@qz8$ tt2watx#@n4 p bm@qq3( tt4watx#@n4 r dztq 4/, tt4watx#@n4 r entq d+l tt4watx#@n4 r gzt& ],4 tt4watx#@n4 r hnt& m"x tt4watx#@n4 r iztq 'k
jays and new prime minister justin trudeau you had a good night. bottom of the third, that's josh donaldson a two-run shot that capped a 7-run inning. the blue jays win 11-0 and cut the royals lead 2 games to 1. sharks at madison square garden against the rangers. martin jones for san jose, allowed just two goals up to this point in the season but he doubled that last night. siccarello scored to make it 2-0 new york and they beat the sharks 4-0. on saturday michigan's fumbled punt and the recovery for a touchdown by michigan state gave us one of the most memorable finishes in college football history. one of the lasting images was this stunned michigan fan. and that shot has already made ÷t it on to a t-shirt.
michigan's main rival ohio state poked fun at the play by making an ohio shirt with the poor guy as the o. i understand they are selling like hotcakes, especially at ohio state. [ laughter ] >> i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. play of the day, we are going to take you to the alcs. we have kansas city and toronto. the blue jays kevin pillar with the catch of the series before crashing into the wall. check him out center field going back, going back, over shoulder, boom! yeah. they finally beat the royals for the first time 11-8. they trail in the series two games to one one. that's your play of the day. it's 6-- tourists in san francisco get an unexpected glimpse at a coyote -- why it could be a sign of things to come. reporter ad it is 6:25. tourists in san francisco get an unexpected glimpse at a coyote. why it could be a sign of things to come. >> and hundreds of earthquakes continue to hit san ramon.
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weather ad libs traf a squatter turned alleged art thief has bay area investigators scratching their heads. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. it's going to pan out to be warmer today than yesterday. but i'll talk about which day will be the warmest. >> delays on the bay bridge and wreck on the dumbarton bridge, details coming up. good morning, it's tuesday, october 20. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 6:30. >> the seismic activity continues in the san ramon
valley. the epicenter for a rash of small earthquakes over the past week. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live from san ramon where people are clearly intrigued by this. >> reporter: the quake storm simply hasn't let up. san ramon up to 300 earthquakes in this past week alone. this whole quake swarm started last thursday and the good news is that most of them have been relatively small. only about a dozen have been over 2.5 "evening magazine," 2.5 magnitude yesterday afternoon particularly busy. 3.6 hit yesterday afternoon around the evening commute. the crow canyon country club is at the epicenter. it's a constant swarm of earthquakes. a lot of chatter with people trying to go on about their business. some people are using smartphones to log the quakes and look at the usgs website. >> checking the website every hour making sure yup, there was an earthquake.
>> we were home at the time and there were two of them, two shakes. >> i was sitting in my room watching netflix and i felt a shake. >> my sister was in the bathroom. [ laughter ] >> reporter: yeah. so the usgs is working hard to make sure that everybody stays calm and they say that swarms in this area not that unusual. the good news is that most of these quakes actually all of these quakes have been under magnitude 4.0. kiet do, kpix 5. >> so roberta is in the backyard. >> you felt one. >> roberta felt nothing. >> i depends what fault you're on. in my pleasanton area we we feel the hayward quake more but the last one was 2.8 about 9:35 last night. did not feel that way. >> it's the calaveras fault. good morning, whose fault is it that it's cooling down? well, we have much cooler
temperatures than just 24 hours ago. i'm telling you. you're going to feel the difference. yesterday we in the low to mid- 60s east of the bay. 55 in san jose. and later today even the cooler start is going to pan out to be warmer than yesterday, 5 to 10 degrees warmer in many neighborhoods. 60s and 70s at the beaches today. 70s, 80s peninsula. 81 morgan hill. about 85 gilroy. 86 in brentwood. we are talking mid-80s at the tri-valley averaging up about 7 to 10 degrees above normal for this date. 60s in the stinson beach with an offshore breeze so we'll see warmer temperatures to the part reaches of 87 degrees in cloverdale. we'll talk about the warmest day of the week at 48 minutes after the hour. we have a lot going on for your tuesday morning drive. we'll start at the peninsula. brand-new wreck reported
southbound 280 at 380. this is the second accident near this area this morning. middle lanes blocked. delays eastbound 380. so chp heading out. more details as it comes. in one one and two two doing okay as far as drive times go. now, westbound bay bridge sluggish. westbound 80 slow-and-go carquinez bridge diarra. you're backed up to the maze your approaches on 580 and 24 also starting to see some delays. new accident westbound dumbarton bridge before the toll plaza, on the right side of the road. busy southbound 880 into fremont and connecting to the dumbarton bridge. san mateo bridge seeing delays this morning. drive time 20 minutes 880 to 101. antioch westbound at railroad, word of an accident blocking lanes slow away from 160. brake past there into pittsburg, ease up at the eastshore freeway. still dealing with this accident westbound 580 at vasco. expect delays. that one stuck in the left lane
so busy out of the altamont pass this morning. back to you guys. >> thank you. 6:33. today caltrans opening a new three-mile stretch of hov lane on interstate 880. it runs southbound from hegenberger to the airport in oakland to marina boulevard in san leandro. there it connects to an existing hov lane. the opening was scheduled for yesterday for was postponed. another bay area law enforcement officer has had his gun stolen this time at 8th and howard in soma in san francisco. chp says someone broke into an officer's car sunday night and stole the bag that had the officer's personal pistol in it. kate steinle the woman shot on pier 14 over the summer was killed with a stolen gun. that gun had been taken from a bureau of land management ranger's car. steinle's death led to a discussion about san francisco's controversial sanctuary city policy which is back up for debate today just as congress begins its own discussion on the same issue.
kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live outside city hall with more on that this morning. jackie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. as you may recall, the city's discussion on the sanctuary city policy came under fire when kate steinle was shot and killed on pier 15 on a walk on the pier with her dad on july 1. the illegal immigrant had previously been deported five times. so today the san francisco bureau of services will vote on a pair of resolutions involving the city's sanctuary policy which limits city cooperation with federal immigration authorities. the board and mayor lee are saying that the policy has nothing to do with steinle's death since the sheriff's department should have called immigration and customs enforcement to let them know her shooter was released months before her death. he was previously deported multiple times. one of today's resolutions calls for sheriff ross mirkarimi to reverse an order banning his staff from communicating with immigration authorities. a competing measure would go the other way encouraging the sheriff not to notify i.c.e. when certain immigrants are released. the board's nonbinding decision could indicate future changes to the policy. meanwhile, steinle's family is suing the san francisco sheriff's office, ice and the
bureau of land management. >> we're frustrated. and we're here to make sure that a change is made so nobody has to endure the pain of my mom and dad and i go through on a daily basis. >> reporter: also today, congress will begin debate on a bill that would pull federal funding from cities which don't cooperate with immigration authorities. louisiana senator david vitter pushed this legislation aimed at sanctuary cities for years but has gained support in congress since steinle's murder. so the way the city handles this issue could come down to the november election when sheriff mirkarimi is challenged by vicki hennessy, who supports some cooperation with federal government. live in san francisco, jackie ward kpix 5. a san jose seafood
restaurant shut down after dozens of diners got sick. people were hospitalized with shigella after eating at the san juan restaurant on 4th street. it's a stomach bug that causes fever, diarrhea and stomach pain. officials say anyone who ate at the restaurant and is experiencing symptoms should see a doctor. this is not your ordinary story about a squatter in san francisco. as kpix 5's andria borba reports, this involves a vacant mansion and an alleged high- priced art heist. >> reporter: inside the carriage house of the mantion at 3800 washington san francisco detectives say this man 39-year-old jeremiah taylor tried to pull off a low rent version of the thomas crown affair. he started squatting on the property two months ago. the mansion has been vacant for at least five years. they first noticed kaylor and called sfpd.
but kaylor had an answer for them. >> he advised the officers that he was the proprietor and taking ownership of the home. >> reporter: then sfpd got a hold of the real estate agent who said that was not the case. when officers caught up with kaylor again, there was a new wrinkle. >> the manager advised our officers that there were several paint that is were -- several paintings that were missing. >> reporter: 11, worth a cool $300,000. kaylor was allegedly selling them on social media including facebook. >> it was nowhere near the range of the value of these paintings' worth. >> reporter: so far officers have gotten nine back. >> for a person to generate some type of documentation that shows some type of form saying that he has some pro pretry -- some proprietary rights to stay in this house, it is a little more sophisticated than the average squatter. >> reporter: the suspect is charged with a count of
trespass and 10 counts of burglary in the case. in san francisco, andria borba, kpix 5. an added attraction for visitors to san francisco's coit tower. our very own joe vazquez took this video on his cell phone of a coyote calmly in the brush near the tower yesterday. the male coyote has a female and pups in the area. >> when you have wild animals in the city, they cause damage and car accidents. >> people have lost small dogs to coyotes. experts say due to the drought, wildlife is coming into the city for water. 6:39. a bizarre scene in the east bay is caught on camera. a man with a machete starts swinging at passing cars. >> and a group of bay area parents raising concerns about
good morning of the it's tuesday, 6:43. let's go for a ride. temperatures in the area today, with the sunshine, approaching 70 degrees around the coastside coastside, 70s and the 80s at the peninsula. san ramon 83 degrees. 84 degrees in novato. good morning, clearlake. your high temperature 84 degrees with the sunshine. a milestone for apple.
here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. he begins this morning with housing starts. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, builders busy according to the commerce department. new home construction surged higher by 6% in september a rebound from the decline in august. most of it going to apartment buildings. we have low vacancies around the country and rising rent and builders looking to take advantage of that. single-family home building flat from august but still up compared to a year earlier and building permits were also up compared to a year earlier indicating the strength of the housing market. tim cook telling the "wall street journal's" global technology conference that apple music is off to a good start. the streaming service has 15 million users. 6.5 million are paying subscribers. apple has a long ways to go to catching industry leaders pandora and spotify. pandora has 80 million users and spotify 75 million.
tim cook also telling the conference that the new apple tv should start shipping next week. stock market off to a lower start. disappointing earnings out there from companies like ibm, harley-davidson hampering the market right now. dow down 68. nasdaq down 14. the s&p is lower by 4 points. back to you. >> thank you. jason brooks from kcbs news. time now 6:45. a crazy scene and it's all caught on camera a man swinging a machete darting in and out of traffic in oakland. as allen martin shows us, that was the beginning. reporter: at 37th and international a man with a machete was yelling at cars. [ screaming ] >> reporter: after moving into the street and down the block, a car tries to hit him. [ engine revs ] >> oh!! >> reporter: the witness shooting the video says it's 3 a.m. when this is happening. by this time police have been called. >> a second unit for cover 37th
international, man with a machete someone is trying to run him over and the person with a machete is hitting the vehicle with it. >> reporter: minutes later and back up a block the man with the machete became a target again. and again. then from the other direction, a car sends him flying off the hood. >> my god! oh!! [ screaming ] >> oh, my god! >> subject and the vehicle just hit the other subject with the machete with the vehicle. amazingly, the man got up and walked around again with the machete. police arrested him a short time later. allen martin, kpix 5. if the anticipation wasn't enough, disney's release of the new "star wars" trailer has fans scrambling for tickets. >> i was watching during the football game when it came on. it's amazing. they went on sale last night. it looks like the best bet was to get them at a movie theater. online, it was a bit of a mess. the rush to get the first tickets crashed multiple online
booking sites. >> fandango crashed. i tried to make it work on the app. it wouldn't work. i tried to make it work online. it wouldn't work. >> most movie theaters have showtimes about every hour on opening day. just check ahead of time with the theater to see if you can score a ticket. with tickets already in high demand, people are looking to cash in. $1,200 for six tickets in a showing in san francisco. $1,200. the movie comes out on 18th of december. if you wait a week, it's cheaper. >> that's the best advice. wait a week. you can paining 12 bucks. >> i love a good "star wars" movie but come on. you can pay 12 bucks if you wait a week. on the freeways, as you work your way northbound 87 at curtner an accident blocking lanes. it was in the red a few minutes ago. it may have been cleared to the right shoulder because we are
now seeing delays ease up through there. new york 101 san jose commute 22 minutes from 280 to 238. northbound 280 seeing delays and that accident on guadalupe parkway. westbound bay bridge slow-and- go. you're backed up into the maze. pretty typical this time of the year. 38 minutes carquinez bridge to the maze for your eastshore freeway commute and checking the dumbarton bridge accident now clearing off to the right side but it is slow-and-go as you work your way near the toll plaza because of this. sluggish coming off the nimitz freeway, as well. 92 also slow ride 26 minutes 880 to 101 right now as you head towards the peninsula. westbound 4 at railroad that accident now in the clearing stages the damage is done you're backed up to 160 he antioch bridge. altamont pass to 680 clearing up. 880 extra volume northbound side for folks heading into oakland so that's starting to back up a little bit and a quick check of your richmond/san rafael bridge, near the toll plaza, some stop-
and-go conditions there. here's roberta. gianna, i'm wondering if my weather watcher are "star wars" fans. what do you think there? >> yeah. well, you know, one thing i do know they all have in common is they are reporting very tool temperatures this morning. good morning, weather watcher. let's see who is checking in with us. we have in napa dave reporting 49 degrees. we have 52 in santa rosa. i saw another temperature in the 40s. that would be linda also reporting some areas of patchy fog. thanks for waking up early with us and checking in. let's check this out. it's live, it's our weather camera. very calm waters. the winds are pretty much nonexistent at this hour, will blow out of the north and northwest, 10 to 20 miles per hour late day. that's an offshore component. we are talking about temperatures in the 50s and 60s at this hour. it is much cooler than 24 hours ago. swath of clouds off the coast. we even had some patchy fog as far east as the dublin interchange. area of low pressure traversing east. bottom line is what you can expect as we have an offshore
flow setting up and you combine that with an upper-level ridge of high pressure, sunny, dry and warmer today, all the way through the week. no rain in the forecast except possibly next friday. and that's only a slight chance in the north bay. our computer models are suggesting that late october into early november we will see above average rainfall but as of this point it's high pressure continuing to expand over the western states producing that offshore flow. humidity is going to drop as the temperatures go up. we are currently freezing in tahoe going up to 58 degrees. 76 degrees in ukiah. mid-60s yosemite. low 70s pristine conditions from monterey bay back through carmel. we are talking about numbers today upper 60s and low 70s at the immediate seashore from the mid-70s to 80 around the rim of the bay. then we top off at 80 degrees in mountain view. mid-80s as far south as gilroy to the east 86 the outside number to the north 87 degrees in cloverdale. your extended forecast, you will notice the warmest day
this workweek will be tomorrow. then increasing cloud cover with the ridge of high pressure flattening out with temperatures stable through the weekend. make it a great day. 6:51. the use of pesticides at a san francisco park prompting a movement. kpix 5's mark kelly explains were parents are concerned and what they are doing about it. reporter: signs all over this baseball diamond area all around. >> reporter: and when jill read one, she was horrified. the city spraying pesticides like roundup in this same park where her children play. my kids are in this canyon every day. i was really shocked that they would be using pesticides so frequently and worried about my kids' held. >> reporter: jill isn't alone. nearly 500 people have signed her petition to ban pesticides in parks, playgrounds and near schools. even the world health
organization has labeled guys will faith as a probable carcinogen. >> there will better ways to deal with this than roundup. >> reporter: san francisco's environmental department is looking to lose pesticides as a last resort when other weed killers don't work. people like sean are okay with that approach. >> we all probably get a little bit of pesticides even if we try to go organic and so far most us have been okay. >> reporter: might be but jill worries what years of pesticide exposure could do to the human body, to our kids and that's something she doesn't think san francisco an environmental leader should be taking. >> the idea they would then be exposed to carcinogens is not what i wanted. >> reporter: for the past two decades, san francisco says it has tweaked its list of approved pesticides. it has even cut pesticide use by 80%. but roundup, which is the concern here, that is still
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he says he stole. oscar pistorius out of jail on house arrest. last year he was sentenced to five years in prison for the deadly shooting of his girlfriend. he will spend four more years under house arrest. canada has a new prime minister. justin trudeau and the liberal party got a big victory over long-time prime minister steven harper yesterday. he is the son of former prime minister pierre trudeau. and today marin county supervisors are expected to endorse a plan that would allow for medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas. the public can weigh in at the civic center marin. a new three-mile hov lane on interstate 880 is opening today. the lane runs southbound from hegenberger road in oakland to marina boulevard in san
leandro. there it connects to an existing hov lane. >> reporter: i'm kiet do with the latest earthquake swarm. san ramon up to 300 in the past week alone. it started thursday most have been small with only a dozen over 2.5. with yesterday afternoon and evening being a particularly active time. so far the biggest is 3.6 in the afternoon commute yesterday. the crow canyon country club is at the especially center of the swarm. it's not one main quake with aftershocks. it's a constant swarm. a lot of people are chatting about it and going on about their business. >> chairs shaking, the building shakes, stops. then second one hit. you felt all three. back to back. pretty much. my friend said they had four. i only felt three. >> reporter: a usgs is trying to calm everybody's nerves
saying a swarm in this area is not at all unusual. all of the quakes have been under 4.0. live in san ramon, kiet do, kpix 5. metering lights are on. we are seeing lanes easing up but it's still slow-and-go. you will have delays out of the maze. also that eastshore freeway commute bogged down 42 minutes carquinez bridge to the maze. san mateo bridge not much better. 26 minutes now 880 to 101. really slow. and an accident clearing westbound dumbarton bridge at the toll plaza. take a look at your tv screen and pick a color. which one do you like? >> orange. >> isn't that pretty? >> mm-hm. >> boy, it's cool outside. temperatures 51 degrees in santa rosa, 54 livermore, much cooler than 24 hours ago, but going to be a warmer afternoon. winds north-northwest 15 to 20 late day temperatures up to 87 degrees. it will be even warmer wednesday.
no rain until a week from friday. >> so we have to wait. >> possibly. >> captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org good morning. it is tuesday, october 20th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." an embarrassing hack attack on the cia director and homeland security chief. the hacker claims to be a teenager with another target in his sights. chelsea clinton is here to discuss the challenges in her mom's campaign. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> you were able to hack into his personal in box.