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some problems on the highway. in san jose, somebody has been waiting until midnight and driving to a busy road to shoot at cars. maria medina reports from blossom hill road where the suspect struck multiple times. >> reporter: keep your eye in back of me you can see just how busy this road is. when we first told but this story last month, four drivers had said they had been shot at off this busy stretch of road in san jose. well, since then, six more people have said it's happened to them. now, this is where the last shooting happened off blossom hill road and poughkeepsie on friday at about 1 a.m. now, police say all of the shootings have happened on blossom hill road between poughkeepsie and monterey. all of them happening between midnight and 1 a.m. they have happened since may. now, luckily, no one has been seriously hurt but one person said he was grazed by a bullet. another one hit by glass. and it's left a lot of people terrified who live, work or just drive through this area.
>> i have family in this area. it's scary to hear about these random happenings. >> fear, you know, for like my family and other people, you know, you can get into a car accident, you have kids in the car, anything can happen, you know what i mean? >> reporter: so a lot of people wondering will police find the shooter? because police say they have no idea where exactly these bullets are coming from, which direction these bullets are coming from. now, police say they are beefing up patrols here and they have been going door to door trying to find the shooter. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. donald trump facing criticism for what some view as an assassination threat against hillary clinton. according to a new poll out today from reuters, almost 1 out of 5 registered republicans now want him to drop out of the race. brian webb has the latest this
morning from the campaign trail. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: donald trump is trying to suppress the latest controversy that erupted moments after he said this about the right to bear arms. >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people, maybe there is. i don't know. hillary wants to take your guns away. she wants to leave you unprotected in your home. this is a tremendous political movement. there can be no other interpretation. >> reporter: the nra which has endorsed trump agreed with the explanation. many democrats sided with the clinton campaign, who called the remarks dangerous! former arizona congresswoman gabi gifford who was shot in the head during a mass shooting tweeted, we must draw a line between political speech and suggestions of violence. connecticut senator chris murphy tweeted, don't treat this as a political misstep. it's an assassination threat! house speaker paul ryan, who easily won his state's primary
tuesday, also spoke out. >> it sounds like just a joke going bad. you should never joke about something like that. >> reporter: trump has been under fire to stick to message. yesterday he took aim at the media for allegedly ignoring the presence of orlando shooter omar mateen's father at one of clinton's rallies this week. >> if that were me, this would be a headline all over the world. >> reporter: the clinton campaign has since disavowed mateen's support and said he was not an invited guest. brian webb for cbs news. >> hillary clinton will continue to tout her jobs plan in iowa today before delivering a major economic speech in detroit tomorrow. time now 6:03. let's check the roads with roqui. >> thank you, kenny. we have an update in the south bay area. some leftover roadwork is causing some major delays northbound 101 at highway 85. two lanes are still closed from that roadwork. and it's backed up all the way to coyote creek golf drive. cars are driving there at 20 miles per hour.
the maze to downtown westbound will take you 15 minutes as you can see the toll lights are on and there are some traffic delays at the maze. altamont pass, trouble area, cars are driving about 20 miles per hour in that area coming out of tracy. altamont pass to 680 will take but 15 minutes. and no delays on your mass transit throughout the bay area. good morning, everybody. your time check now is 6:04 on this wednesday, august 10. live weather camera, i have noticed some changes in the past couple of minutes and this is the marine layer. it is beginning to lower. in fact, we can barely see the tip-top of the towers on the bay bridge which roughly are 525 feet above the bay waters. so as that ceiling lowers, we'll continue to check in with our local airports for the possibility of airport delays. boy, the waters are pretty calm at this hour even though the winds are increasing. it's currently 51 to 59 degrees. those winds are now out of the southeast at 17 in san jose. lighter around the rim of the
bay. inland 10, san ramon 8, antioch 12. fairfield area, 7 around vallejo and calm winds now in santa rosa. these winds will rotate from the south to the southwest and increase 10 to 20 during the afternoon hours and look at the temperatures. close to average for this tenth day of the month. oakland just one degree shy off its mark. 60s with a hint of some clearing at the beaches today. 70s and 80s will be common around the peninsula. then we jump up from the low to mid-80s across the santa clara valley 81 in san jose. just about a degree off where it should be for this time of the year. east bay numbers stacking up to the low 90s in discovery bay and byron. mountain house and tracy, as well. 90 at the delta and fairfield. le 7 san ramon. -- 87 san ramon. american canyon 80. 50s, 60s 70s, 80s north of the golden gate bridge. we have a change just in time for your weekend and i have those details at 18 after the hour. today in san mateo a memorial for a young athlete killed while playing "pokemon
go" over the weekend. family and friends will remember 20-year-old calvin riley during a service at st. gregory's church. riley was a talented college baseball player and he was simply staring at his phone saturday night in aquatic park near ghirardelli square when a stranger shot and killed him. police are asking witnesses to come forward because there was no camera in the area. the pillowcase rapist is back in a state mental health facility this morning. 65-year-old christopher hubbart has admitted to raping at least 40 women most of them in santa clara county. despite protests from prosecutors and his victims, he was released from a psychiatric hospital two years ago. but then taken back into custody yesterday. now, officials won't say why. but they say that he is not accused of a new crime. pg&e was found guilty on a number of charges after the san bruno pipeline explosion. the city of san bruno says that they are pleased with the verdict but some are saying
that the possible penalty is not enough. sandra osborne reports. the utility company could be fined $3 million. >> reporter: with what this neighborhood has been through, many are saying the penalties need to be higher for pg&e. a federal jury convicting the company on one count of obstruction of justice for interfering with the investigation into that explosion which killed 8 people and destroyed more than 30 homes. the other 5 felony convictions were knowingly failing to inspect and test its gas pipeline for any additional danger. but here's where things are getting controversial today. there's a maximum fine of $500,000 per count meaning that fines can only be $3 million. the number was reduced by federal prosecutors last week from $562 million. >> a fine this small is obviously completely insignificant to pg&e. pg&e is a corporation. there is only one language corporations understand and
that language is money. so this is the equivalent of a slap on the wrist for a murder charge. >> reporter: pg&e issued this statement after the verdict saying, while we are very much focused on the future, we will never forget the lessons of the past. we have made unprecedented progress in the nearly 6 years since the tragic san bruno accident and we are committed to maintaining our focus on safety. today we'll be hearing from city leaders here in san bruno. they are getting together for a news conference to give their reaction to the verdict and also answer any questions that people around here may have. however, we do know that the city attorney is hoping the judge will ask for more than just that fine. live in san bruno, sandra osborne, kpix 5. san jose voters will decide in november whether they will revive the city employee pension reforms that they approved in november. those pensions reforms prompted a lot of police officers and other city employees to retire early or find work elsewhere. yesterday, the city council approved an alternate version to be put on the november
ballot. this version was the result of negotiations between the city and the 11 unions involved. delta airlines hoping to return to normal operations by the end of today. about 775 flights are canceled yesterday after a computer outage on monday grounded the airline's entire fleet. stranded passengers were forced to wait for hours at sfo. experts say that this type of meltdown could become more common as new technology is blended together with systems that can be decades old. the process has been made even more complicated by a series of mergers. >> i mean, to get an airplane off the ground, you have ticketing systems, reservation systems, cargo systems. you have to balance the load, there are systems that do that. you have gate assignment systems. you have baggage systems. all these systems have to interact. [ pause ] >> delta is offering refunds and $200 in travel vouchers to people whose flights were canceled or delays at least
three hours. 10 minutes after 6:00 now. and we'll soon find out if voters in contra costa county are willing to pay for better roadways. supervisors approved a november ballot measure that would increase the countywide sales tax by a half cent. the extra tax would raise an estimated $2.9 billion over 30 years for transportation projects including the widening of highway 4 in brentwood and oakley and a new highway connecting the eastern part of the county with the tracy area. time now 6:10. pet owners in one bay area county will soon be able to breathe a little easier all thanks to facial recognition technology. lightning fast internet service was supposed to roll out in two silicon valley cities over the next two years but now that plan is on hold. >> good morning from the kpix weather center where i'm noticing the clouds, the fog now rolling into the bay. i'll talk about the effects the marine layer will have on your midweek forecast that's all coming up don't go away we'll be right back. ,,
[ ghost voice ] the name your price tool can show you coverage options to fit your budget. oh -- ohhh! she slimed me. [ laughs ] later today.. we should get an update on this year's crab season. there's going to be a hearing at the time check 6:14 on this wednesday. the tenth day of april. this is our live weather camera looking out towards sfo and in the distance we could see a little bit of low clouds and patchy fog but nonetheless, we do have delays at sfo 37 minutes on some arriving flights. we'll talk about that marine layer and the effect it will have on your midweek forecast. join us for that forecast in less than 4 minutes. later today we should get an update on this year's crab season. there's going to be a hearing at the state capital. fishermen and ocean experts will be on hand to talk about the toxic algae bloom that caused problems this year in the season. they will also discuss the federal disaster declaration. the hearing starts at 1:00 and goes until 4:00 this afternoon.
it is open to the public. google has told the cities of mountain view and palo alto it is delaying plans to provide ultrafast fiber internet service. the reason? to give the company time to explore less expensive alternatives. there have also been delays in bringing that service to san jose. starting this week in solano county, there's a new app that may reunite missing dogs with their owners. called finding rover, and it uses facial recognition technology to match dogs that have been reported missing to ones who have been dropped off at shelters across the country. it -- it's apparently accurate 98% of the time according to its founder. michael phelps is leading the competition in his wake adding to a record number of gold medals. . >> number 21! >> phelps checked his 20th an 21st gold medals last night capping things off with a win
in the 200-meter freestyle relay. earlier in the night, phelps was able to avenge a rare loss from the london olympics with a victory in the 200-meter butterfly. and the u.s. basketball team had the day off. so they are headed to the pool to cheer on their fellow u.s. olympians. draymond green posted this photo with michael phelps after the swimmer added two more golds to his trophy case last night. not to be outdone in the pool was american phenom katie ledecky. the standards-bound 19 -- stanford-bound 19-year-old captured her second gold in two tries winning the 200-meter freestyle and isn't finished yet. she is a favorite in the 800- meter freestyle event. the u.s. gymnastics team dominated one of the premiere events of the summer games. the five-woman team ran away with the gold medal with strong performances in all the events. three-time world champion simone biles is also the favorite to win the women's all-around competition. here's an updated look at the
medal count. u.s. 27 total medals. 10 are gold, eight silver. nine bronze. one of the silver medals belongs to travis stevens from san jose state university. he became the first american man to medal in judo since 2004. hey! >> wow. >> a lot of things to be proud of. >> very impressive, too, with michael phelps winning the pool as well as katie ledecky because there's been all this controversy about a lot of other athletes from russia doping so the americans doing it cleanly. >> absolutely. and his big comeback altogether. because he fell from grace after the last olympics. he worked really hard. roqui, you're working a hard on the traffic report. >> south bay commute there were some major delays from some roadwork northbound 101. that's cleared but there's an accident causing delays, as well. cars are moving about 11 miles per hour in that area so definitely slow-moving there. now, let's move on to the bay bridge. the metering lights were turned on around 5:30. maze to downtown will take you 15 minutes so the toll plaza
traffic is moving up. and then altamont pass to 680 westbound will take you about 20 minutes out of tracy. cars moving about 30 miles per hour in the area. and then a look at your san mateo bridge moving nicely. how's it looking out there, "ro"? >> we do have that marine layer. we have been talking about that all morning but now the significant changes, roqui, happens to be that the ceiling is lowering and as a result, we have delays now at sfo on some arriving flights at 37 minutes. but typically, for this time of the year, this tenth day of the month of august, this is not out of the question. it's not out of the picture. we do have that deck of low clouds and fog that usually penetrates the coast into our bay areas and even march locally into about 50, 60 miles. temperatures now into the 50s. it's 51 degrees in santa rosa. it's now 57 degrees in livermore. now, the air quality today will be moderate anywhere from the beaches from the bay into our inland areas. the moderate air quality all because of the smoke particulate getting caught up in the upper atmosphere from the fire that continues to burn
over there to the south in monterey county, that's because our winds today will be more of a southerly and southwesterly flow 10 to 20. right now they are fluctuating all over the place west- southwest at 6 in san francisco. southeast at 7 in mountain view. san jose you have been breezy all morning. now winds up to 17. 12 in the fairfield area. napa clocking a wind speed at 16. right now the coast obviously socked in. we do have a little partial clearing around the san mateo coastline because of that wind fluctuation this morning. for the most part it's a thinner deck of low clouds and fog so we'll see some burnoff with a sliver of sunshine at the immediate seashore. sunny and seasonal bayside and inland temperatures downright summery. futurecast, i like this because you can play along were me. here you go. you take a look at your lunch hour commute and into the city you will see that you have lots of socked in conditions. we start to see a hind of that clearing around the -- hint of that clearing around the san mateo coastline. then that marine layer presses on into the bay during the overnight hours and will kick- start your thursday just the
same as we began today. and yesterday. and the day before that. it's been a benign weather pattern because of that right there. the area of low pressure not kicking out not going anywhere. that is responsible for enhancing our marine layer. however, computer models do suggest by the weekend, some changes right there. high pressure begins to build in from the west and as it slides closer to the coast, warming trends begin. until then, 95 at the state capital. 64 in eureka. unhealthy levels of particulate matter in the atmosphere smoky around the monterey bay county area. 75 high sierra. sun-up already happens 6:21. it's happening right now at 6:20. sunset at 8:08. and your temperatures today 60s, 70s, 80s, up to 90. about 91 degrees towards byron. here's your extended forecast. warmer, hot over the weekend. that's a look at your forecast. we still have sports coming up. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up remember when clayton kershaw got hurt? everybody thought the dodgers'
good morning, everybody. the los angeles dodgers are 23- 13 since clayton kershaw last pitched. the giants have dropped into a first place tie. bruce bochy out of the hospital and back on the bench. bottom of the first, miami slugger giancarlo stanton still got the ball to the warning track. look at this. gordon would score. marlins up 1-0. top of the 8th, giants down 2-0. crawford flies out with two on and two out to end the inning. that was a night after he had seven hits. crawford 0 for 4 last night. miami wins 2-0. the dodgers are now tied with the giants in the west. no answers for the a's pitchers last night.
scoreless in the bottom of the third, danny valencia doubles home marcus semien for the first run of the game. oakland won 3-1 beating the first place baltimore orioles for the second straight night. due to broadcast restrictions, we cannot show you anything from the olympics in rio but we do have exclusive coverage of the pix olympics! firefighter was supposed to be arraigned ction with a lot of the top golfers are skipping the olympics so perhaps they should have invited that man! we need to check out what the judges --was it rio or fake? it's real. remember the game mousetrap? that is the pix olympics. see you tonight. an explosion this week -- instead -- he was arrested outside the cour it is 6:25. a bay area firefighter was supposed to be arraigned in
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he nearly 6 years after the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion a jury finds pg&e acted criminally but coming up i'll tell you why the maximum penalty is racing some eyebrows. >> and a hospital closed its neonatal intensive care unit over concerns about a potentially deadly bacteria. >> good morning from the kpix weather center where the low
clouds, the fog now saturating the bay. i'm talk about the marine layer and how it will affect your wednesday. good morning, it's wednesday, august 10. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle. >> in san jose. >> someone has been shooting at cars after midnight on busy cars. maria medina reports from blossom hill road where the gunman keeps owing fire. >> reporter: we have been standing here for two hours. this stretch of road is pretty busy. lots of businesses and homes nearby. when by first told you this story last month, four people had said they had been shot at. since then, six more people have said it's happened to them. now, this is where the last shooting happened off blossom hill road and poughkeepsie last friday at 1 a.m. all the shootings have happened off blossom hill road which means poughkeepsie and monterey, all of them happening between midnight and 1:00 a.m. no one has been seriously hurt. one driver was grazed by a bullet. another one was hit by flying glass.
it's leaving a lot of people here fearful, terrified, who drive or work or live in this area. >> i heard a loud bang, head breeding, window shatters. >> they have recovered shell casings in streets. >> i sometimes come by through this area and it's just like again being scared a little bit, like, hearing this information i'm , like, i -- maybe i should take a different route. >> reporter: now, what makes this even more scary is that last month police said they had no idea from which direction the bullets were coming. but meanwhile, police say they are beefing up patrols here and they are going door to door trying to find the shooter. they have no idea which direction the bullets are coming from. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. >> maria, is there a suspect description? >> reporter: yeah, you know, that's what is so scary about that and what's so unsettling for people. they have not released a suspect description. they have no idea where these bullets are coming from. but they are distributing flyers going door to door trying to find the shooter and they say they are collecting evidence. they are analyzing that evidence and they are working with the chp to try to find this person.
a 5.1 earthquake hit lake county last night. people up to 200 miles away felt it. the earthquake also caused small aftershocks including a 2.7 and a 3.0. it was at 8 p.m. at upper lake in lake county. one viewer in ukiah said she thought her husband was just shaking her chair but realize the it was an earthquake. 5.1 will get you out of your chair! >> the first thing i found in my email this morning, is this earthquake weather? [ laughter ] >> that's the bane of meteorologist's existence. there's no such thing. rain cannot affect the core of
the earth. now? the sun cannot penetrate through the earth's surface and affect the core. [ simultaneous speakers it's not the only one. trust me on that. we have heard it before. >> we have thousands of earthquakes daily across the globe. and so we have different kinds of weather daily across the world, as well. so no, no earthquakes weather. and i don't want to hear from you! okay, go ahead and email. go ahead. i'll let anne read 'em all on there, as well! [ laughter ] this is our live weather camera looking out this morning from the transamerica pyramid. you know what's notable at this hour is that this ceiling in the past 15 minutes has lowered. it was roughly about 1300 feet now it's roughly about 9 to 100 feet. -- 900 to 1,000 feet, i should say. temperatures in fact 50s across the board. it's been blustery in san jose. the winds are southeast at 17. i have seen some gusts up to 25 and 28. it's quiet across the rim of the bay.
north-northwest at 5. certainly these winds are fluctuating all over the place. south-southwest consistent winds later this afternoon 10 to 20 miles per hour. temperatures coming down just a couple of notches. you're not going to feel the difference. 60s with sunshine at the beaches today. 70s and 80s across the peninsula. 78 degrees in cupertino. santa clara valley for the most part in the 80s. 85 degrees in morgan hill. east of the bay these temperatures are coming down, as well. yesterday 90 in livermore. today 88 degrees. out of the 90s to 89 in brentwood. but low 90s towards discovery a bit. 86 degrees in santa rosa. we have a full forecast coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. and roqui, i do have some changes to talk about. >> okay. i do, as well. traffic alert in the south bay. we have an overturned vehicle northbound 101. let's take a look now at coyote creek golf drive. two left lanes are blocked. take an alternate monterey road or just wait in out. cars are at 8 miles per hour. so not going anywhere. and then let's head to
southbound 101 at east washington street. two-car crash in the center divide, you know, causing cars to drive about 22 miles per hour in that area. and then of course let's take a look at your bay bridge toll plaza, maze to downtown westbound will take about 15 minutes so keep that in mind for the toll plaza traffic and your san mateo bridge 880 to 101 westbound will take but 20. work should be getting under way now to remove the final visible truss segments from the old eastern span of the bay bridge. this is video from a previous operation. crews will cut the truss from its support and lower it on to barges. this one will have to be cut into three segments before it can be hauled away. caltrans will live stream today's activities on youtube. at the state capital in sacramento an assembly committee will consider a bill that would bring stricter oversight to the construction industry here in california. state senators jerry hill and loni hancock authored the bill. it stems from last year's fatal balcony collapse at an
apartment building in berkeley. the mothers of the two of those victims are among those scheduled to testify at today's hearings. under immense pressure of the chancellor of uc-davis is stepping down. linda katehi was accused of violating of the university's rules on nepotism. she also allegedly misused student fees and lied about her roles in social media contracts. but in her resignation letter she said investigators confirmed she did not violate any university policies or laws. well, a statement from the uc president tells a different story. quote, the investigation found numerous instances where chancellor katehi was not candid either with me, the press or the public, that she exercised poor judgment and violated multiple university policies." this all stems from that notorious pepper spraying incidents on campus. you may remember from 2011. katehi has been on paid leave since april when she was accused of hiring image consultants to counter bad publicity generated by that
video. the verdict is in. the federal jury found pg&e guilty on several counts in relation to a deadly pipeline explosion in san bruno. the city has wanted a conviction for years but this morning, not everyone is calling this a victory. kpix 5 reporter sandra osborne is live in san bruno on the potential penalty getting a lot of criticism. sandra. >> reporter: many people saying this is just a drop in the bucket compared to what the city had to go through. eight people killed, more than 30 homes destroyed and they are saying those penalties should be much higher after that explosion. the trial went on for 5 1/2 weeks in this case. california's largest utility company found guilty of misleading investigators about how it was identifying high risk pipelines. pg&e found not guilty of six of 11 remaining counts of alleged pipeline violations. although prosecutors got the conviction, a surprise decision to lower the maximum fine from $562 million to 3 million is upsetting a lot of people. >> the fine of $3 million which is the maximum that they can be assessed today is a slap on the wrist for pg&e. it's a cost of doing business.
but even if the penalty were $500 million, that's still just the cost of doing business. >> reporter: pg&e issued this statement after the verdict saying, while we are very much focused on the future, we will never forget the lessons of the past. we have made unprecedented progress in the nearly 6 years since the tragic san bruno accident. we are committed to maintaining our focus on safety. and since that verdict happened yesterday, city leaders here in san bruno are getting together at 10:00 this morning at city hall. in the neighborhood there are new homes built. we'll speak with some of the city officials who want to express their thoughts on the verdict. one person the city attorney already saying he hopes the judge puts on more than just that fine on pg&e. live in san bruno, sandra osborne kpix 5. developing now a bizarre twist in a search-and-rescue operation in nevada county. deputies say a volunteer was
shot during a search party last night. now they are looking for the shooter. they are looking for a hiker that went missing on the yuba river. the volunteer searcher was shot in the hip and airlifted to the hospital. he is expected to be okay. he was with two other volunteers at the time. nobody else was hurt. no suspects' descriptions. a paramedics with the san francisco fire department is back in bars. james novello was supposed to be arraigned yesterday but instead he was arrested outside the courtroom. police say they found materials that are used to make bombs inside his home. novello was supposed to be in court for something that happened last week. he reportedly put an explosive device in his neighbor's planter after they got into a fight over street parking. one neighbor says that his car was broken into and his tires were slashed after he parked outside novello's house. novello is now facing new charges. a hospital near washington, dc has moved nine babies out of its neonatal intensive care unit into another hospital
after three of them tested positive for a potentially deadly bacteria. doctors at prince george's hospital center in maryland say the babies haven't shown any symptoms at this point. but pathologists are investigating the recent deaths of other babies in the nicu to see if they may have a connection to the bacteria found in the noses of these three infected infants. >> and this is out of an abundance of concern for safety. there have been no clear deaths associated with these infections. >> hospital officials believe the bacteria came from the water pipes leading into the hospital. they stopped using the water in the nicu several days ago and today they started disinfecting that plumbing. time now 6:40. a new study reveals some disturbing information about california's water quality. >> and a driver led police on a chase all over the bay area this morning with the low speed pursuit stretching on for hours. ,, ,,
gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. ahead - d of inciting vi time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king has more from new york. >> reporter: hi, anne. it's so nice to meet you. >> you, too. >> reporter: my best to you. >> i'm a big fan. >> reporter: kenny, nice to meet you. i just said who's anne. >> i'm the fill-in girl. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that's okay. that's okay. here's what we're working on. donald trump is accused of inciting violence against hillary clinton. he denies he meant any harm but even his own supporters say, hey, you went too far. we'll have new reaction from both sides on that. plus a closer look at how voting machines could be susceptible to hackers. also, is this year's olympics coverage undercutting female achievements? we are going to take a look at that. and in studio 57, an interview with she is a legend, she's an icon, she is just fantastic, she of course is meryl streep.
her husband in the movie is hugh grant. so they will both be at the table today. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> that is action packed. have fun with it. thank you. talking local economy now, these are rough times for a major solar company based in san jose. >> let's get this morning's latest business news from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne. good morning, kenny. sunpower is getting eclipsed today after reporting earnings that did not meet investor expectations. they cut their forecast for the full year saying that there are new market entrants and they are aggressive in their pricing hurting sound power's bottom line. they will cut costs and in the process it's going to get 1200 employees at 15% of its workforce. most of those job cuts will come in the philippines where sunpower will shut down a facility. shares of sunpower are diving by over 30% in the early going.
it's a much better story for san francisco-based yelp. the online reviewer getting glowing reviews for its earnings easily topping expectations. the number of reviews on the site rose 30% in the quarter from a year earlier to 108 million. shares of yelp are surging higher by 12% in the early going. and bloomberg today is rooting that apple may give the first major makeover to the macbook pro in four years. it would include a secondary display screen above the keyboard in which there would be no function keys but instead touchscreens for those display keys. that's is not expected to come out -- that's not expected to come out in september, when apple is expected to give the newest iphone release. stock market has been flat over the past few weeks and that's no exception this morning. so far, stocks have been going back and forth. right now the dow is up 6. nasdaq down 5. s&p trading even. back to you guys. >> all right, jason brooks from
kcbs radio, jason, thank you. new this morning, a police chase in oakland officers followed the driver for nearly two hours but finally caught one him near tunnel road and bay forest drive. you can see from this video it wasn't driving fast but caused problems on the road. this started in menlo park and ended up on 880. the chp says they were originally called on reports of a dui. time check 6:47. people are getting ready for work and heading out the door. let's check traffic with roqui. >> if you are heading to work in the south bay. an alternate route we suggest is monterey road. the cars are driving 7 miles per hour. so you might want to wait that out if you can. also let's take a look in the san jose area, as well. northbound 101 again at mckee. motorcycle crash blocking the two left lanes there. cars are driving about 30 miles per hour. and southbound 101 in petaluma
at east washington street. two-car crash is still in the center divide. cars in that area driving about 22 miles per hour. so very slow there. and a look at your bay bridge toll plaza the maze to downtown westbound takes about 15 minutes. good morning, roqui and good morning, everybody. 6:48. i don't know if you use the golden gate bridge shot there, roqui, but i went ahead and stole it from you because i can use this as a weather shot also. so you can take a good look at what you can expect coming in from the north bay this morning. you can see the clouds have lowered to the very tip-top of the tower of the golden gate bridge which stands about 747 feet off the bay waters. so that ceiling is lowering as a direct result delays up to 37 minutes on some arriving flights at sfo. and then i like to use the slide flag at the gate to see how breezy it is. the winds have been fluctuating fluctuating. 57 degrees apiece. in san jose and livermore. it is now 59 in redwood city.
all right. moderate air quality today from the coast through the bay into the peninsula into our inland areas. moderate a bit of a tinge all due to the south where we have the fire in the area particulate matter in the form of smoke into the area. linda she is in the north bay in napa. good morning to you. she reports 58 degrees. the winds are on the increase up to 16. and some clouds and fog rolling into the napa area. thanks for waking up with us very early right here at kpix 5. here you have the winds at 17. san jose 10. san ramon now fluctuating to the southwest at 12 in fairfield. it's calm in novato. winds will blow today south and southwest 10 to 20. in addition, we are socked in at the coast. it's only a sliver of some sunshine today. but this marine layer isn't as extensive or expansive as it was just 24 hours ago. we'll see clearing at the bay. we'll have the summery temperatures in our inland areas just a couple of degrees cooler. we have been in this benign
weather pattern for several days due to that right there. area of low pressure. until that kicks out will we see some warmer temperatures and that's going to happen saturday high pressure over the western pacific right now inching its way closer and closer to the coast. not so much today. 95 state capital. 62 with the smoke and the haze compromised air quality across monterey county. 745 in the high sierra. -- 75 in the high sierra. 6:21 sun-up. we have some sunshine around some parts of the peninsula this morning. where that fog bank is breaking up. 60s, 70s, 80s to 90 today. same thursday. warmer for the weekend as high pressure nestles into the bay area. hope you have a great wednesday. some disturbing results this morning from a new study on the nation's water quality. six million people in the u.s. may be drinking toxic tap water largely here in california. researchers at harvard tested water sources around the country. many contained levels of
carcinogens well above the safe limit. most of the tainted water sources were actually here in california. the study's authors have not yet released information on exactly where those sources are. santa rosa is making some changes to help the homeless. council members declared a homeless emergency yesterday. they hope that it will give the city the ability to act quickly on the crisis and help them gather public support. the order comes with plans to make changes to zoning laws so they can have more shelters in public places. they also plan to ask governor brown to declare a state of emergency which would open the doors to some state funding. time is 6:51. and a blast from the past for the 49ers today as the team heads back to its roots for a very special event. >> reporter: nearly a dozen drivers targeted by a shooter in san jose. why finding the criminal may be impossible. ,,
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department will release the results of its investigation into the baltimore police department launched after the five things to know at the :55. the justice department with release the results of its investigation into the baltimore police department launched after the death of freddie gray. according to the report, officers routinely discriminate against blacks, use excessive force and are not held accountable for misconduct. donald trump denies that he suggested using violence to stop hillary clinton from appointing supreme court judges who would abolish the second amendment. trump maintains it was a call for political mobilization. people are accusing the republican nominee of trying incite violence. more than 5,000 homes are under evacuation orders in the san bernardino mountains as crews try to get a handling on the pilot fire. it's burned more than 7700 acres at this point. some schools in the area are closed due to poor air quality. crab fishermen and marine wildlife experts will join lawmakers at the state capital today to discuss the
abbreviated commercial crab season. a toxic algae bloom delayed the season for months. today they will talk about what can be done better next time. the 49ers will return to their old stomping grounds at kezar stadium in san francisco this morning. the team is holding a training camp practice at 10:30. there will also be some other attractions and activities there for all the fans. >> reporter: good morning. i'm maria medina live in san jose, where we told you last month four drivers said that they have been shot at off blossom him road. it is a busy road but as you can see a lot of businesses and homes. since then, six more people have said it's happened to them. now, this is where the last shooting happened off blossom hill road and poughkeepsie on friday at about 1 a.m. now, police say all of the shootings have happened on blossom hill road between poughkeepsie and monterey. all of them happening between midnight and 1 a.m. they have happened since may. now, luckily, no one has been seriously hurt but one person said he was grazed by a bullet. another one hit by glass. and it's left a lot of people
terrified who live, work or just drive through this area. >> fear, you know, for like my family and other people. you get into a car accident, you have kids in the car, anything can happen, you know what i mean? >> reporter: this is what makes it even more scary is that police say they have no idea where exactly these bullets are coming from, which direction these bullets are coming from. now, police say they are beefing up patrols here and they have been going door to door trying to find the shooter. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. hey, roqui theus here in the traffic center. major traffic alert in the south bay area. northbound 101 at coyote creek golf drive. two lanes are still blocked. the car has been overturned there. backup to tennant avenue expect about an hour delay. also alternate route monterey road new can or avoid it altogether. san jose northbound 101 at mckee a motorcycle accident
blocking the two left lanes there, as well. cars driving about 20 miles per hour and in petaluma, southbound 101 at east washington street, two-car crash is clearing up now, speeds are moving on up to about 40 miles per hour. and here's a look at your san francisco commute, the maze through downtown will take about 15 minutes. good morning, everybody. take a good look at this beautiful picture outlining coit tower and telegraph hill. we had a 5.1 earthquake in lake county overnight. people are asking me as they take a bird's-eye view towards telegraph hill, is this earthquake weather? no. within the state of california this morning alone there's already been 35 earthquakes ranging in magnitudes and in weather patterns. right now, we do have a gentle breeze in san francisco but pretty blustery in san jose. winds up to 20. 57 degrees there. later today south and southwest winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. temperatures 60s through the 70s. 80s across santa clara county. 80s in santa rosa.
90's east of the bay inland. a carbon copy for thursday. as high pressure comes into the bay area, warmer conditions flirting with triple digits by saturday. before we go to new york this morning, i'll leave with you a little inspiration. dozens of "pokemon go" players are doing more than catching pikachu. they're giving back one canned good at a time. this is going on in new hampshire through a facebook group called, poke aide. players are bringing food to "pokemon go" gatherings so that people in need don't go hungry. the group came up with the clever motto, got to help 'em all. in just two events they donated $67 and more than 300 canned goods. every little bit helps. all for a local food bank. are you guys playing this game? >> got to help 'em all. >> i think you are because -- >> no. i have not. >> you know the theme. >> yeah. >> i like this idea because i have a recharger station directly across the street from my house. >> you can see the zombie. >> so i want to go ahead and put a sign out there if you
recharge and use the gym leave a canned good for those in need. >> do it. >> that's inspirational. >> thank you for joining us. in the west. it is wednesday, august 10, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump, defends his comments that some say invited violence against hillary clinton. and newly released e-mails suggest close ties between the state department and clinton foundation. a florida police officer kills a 73-year-old woman during a citizen training exercise. the police chief calls it a horrible accident. plus, michael phelps wins his 21st goal medal and the women's gymnastics routes the russians. but some say men are getting too much