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let's get a look at weather and traffi here good morning. it's wednesday, september 28. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's take a live look at the pyramid. look at that. you can see the fog. >> yeah. >> you can. neat. >> i was flying in yesterday towards sfo and i was sitting next to someone and i saw the return of the marine layer. look at that! do you know what that means? he goes, who are you, what are you talking about? leave me alone i was asleep. look, it's the fog! [ laughter ] >> looking at big beautiful blanket of low clouds and fog hanging tight to the coast this morning and that's the effect it's having on our golden gate bridge. visibility is restricted due to the layer of clouds.
good morning, santa rosa. you have cooled to 48. but notice livermore you're still in the 60s. same in san jose. you not sure the winds are relatively calm but that's a huge factor in the forecast today. southwest wind 20 to 30 miles per hour. gusts to 35 especially right there pretty robust around the seashore into the bay. everybody is a bit breezy to windy today. we'll have significant cooling but this is only a transition to much cooler days ahead and even we're talking rain and we'll have that detailed forecast coming up at 18 after the hour but right now let's say good morning to roqui. >> good morning, roberta. time now 501. let's check the altamont pass. we have a new crash to report. that's westbound 580 after grant line road. it's a two-car crash blocking the left lane. already adding to some slow- moving traffic coming off 205 at just 10 miles per hour, so we'll keep you updated as to when that's cleared or else it will be a nightmare along the altamont pass. going into livermore and then into dublin, here's a live look
at the dublin interchange. altamont pass to 680 westbound 15 minutes. nimitz into downtown oakland smooth drive 238 in san leandro to the maze. northbound will take you about 15 minutes looking good in both directions. now let's move to the bay bridge toll plaza where the metering lights will turn on in 30 minutes but looking good now heading out carquinez bridge to the maze westbound about 20 minutes. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. the hot and dry conditions are causing a lot of problems for firefighters across the bay area. crews battled three destructive fires yesterday including one in petaluma and one in novato. the biggest is burning in the santa cruz mountains. firefighters say it could take a week to get it fully under control. kpix 5's maria medina is live in gilroy at the base camp with the latest reporter: michelle, this "loma fire" now stands at 2250
acres. it is only 10% contained. it's already proven to be destructive. so far it's burned one home and six outbuildings and 300 more are threatened. there are mandatory evacuations in the area. this fire is burning in an area that hasn't seen a fire in quite some time so it's just ripping through all that fuel. it started on monday and firefighters say within just a few hours, it more than doubled in inside. >> typically, we see some wind that's influencing fire behavior. but so far, the last couple of days, we have seen that 2200 acres almost with the complete absence of wind. so it's a little surprising. over the last couple of years, it's the fire behavior that we're coming to expect given the drought conditions. >> reporter: and this is an area where people own a lot of animals so those animals and their owners are staying at a community center right now. they have opened their doors to them and they expect to see
many more animals as this fire continues. as far as a cause, that is still under investigation. and as you mentioned, firefighters say they don't believe that they will have this fire -- the "loma fire" under control until next monday. maria medina, kpix 5. investigators say a 14-year- old boy who was playing with matches accidentally started this fire in novato. the flames damaged one home on oliva drive. crews got it fully contained. in petaluma, this fire destroyed at least 4 homes and damaged 10 others. it started on 101 yesterday afternoon and spread quickly into a neighborhood. two people were hurt. the cause is under investigation. crews are looking for hundreds of tourists who are missing after a volcano erupted in indonesia early this morning. 400 people were getting ready to climb a mountain on the island when it erupted unexpectedly. more than 1,000 people are
evacuated. and several flights have been delayed or canceled. governor brown is taking action. he approved a bill that bans travel to states with anti-lgbt legislation. kpix 5's anne makovec has more reporter: this bill applies to the uc and state of california university restrictions and that could lead to restrictions for college sports teams travel and conferences and training. the ban is on state funded travel to north carolina and other states with policies like hb2 the law that struck down local measures protecting gays and lesbians from workplace discrimination and prohibited cities from passing new anti- discrimination policies. you're looking at bathrooms here because this discussion took the national stage when north carolina bans people from using bathrooms that don't
correspond with their biological sex. the city of california bans city state workers from traveling to any state that is discriminatory. the ncaa is canceling events through north carolina in1017. there are some exceptions to california's new law and employees may still be required to go to those states if they are called for legal, legislative or safety reasons. in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> any exemptions for religious reasons? >> there are 20 other states in addition to north carolina that have passed religious freedom measures. for example, in indiana, which allows private businesses to "discriminate" against homosexuals, california's new law may allow state employees to decline travel to those states, as well. >> thank you. california state treasurer
john chiang plans to make a major announcement today regarding wells fargo bank. the san francisco based company is embroiled in a scandal over new accounts created for customers without their knowledge. meanwhile, wells fargo's ceo john stumpf says he will forfeit $41 million in stock awards. the company also announced that carey tollstead who is the head of the division that created the accounts will not get a severance package. a man who was shot by police has died. this is what it looked like in el cajon last night. demonstrators were outside police headquarters and the scene of the shooting. witnesses say that the man was unarmed when he was shot outside a shopping mall. >> we're tired of this. we just got word that the brother died and they left real fast. so we need to know what's going on. why are they killing black men
out here! >> family, friends say that the victim was mentally disabled. the el cajon police chief says that the man did not have a gun. but he reportedly pulled something out of his pants and pointed it at officers. his name hasn't been released yet. the topic of gun control is on the agenda in san jose today. the city's rules and open government committee will present a proposal to better secure and track weapons. the requirements would include keeping guns locked up in the home and reporting lost or stolen firearms. that meeting takes place at 2 p.m. a funeral on friday for former israel president and prime minister shimon peres. the nobel prize winner had a stroke on september 13 and had been in the hospital since then. viewers from around the world are expected to attend the funeral club barack obama, bill and hillary clinton. peres was 93. six weeks from today, american voters will head to the polls to elect a new
president. today democratic nominee hillary clinton will campaign in new hampshire with her former primary rival senator bernie sanders. republican nominee director will hold rallies in illinois, iowa and wisconsin. yesterday both touted their performances in the monday night debate. >> she was talking about what she is going to do to get rid of isis, what she was going to do on child care, what she was going to do on all these different things. and i kept saying, for 26 years you have been doing nothing. >> he actually bragged about gaming the system to get out of paying his fair share of taxes. >> boo! >> now, if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make all the rest of us? >> clinton is set to receive a major endorsement from another republican politician today. former senator john warner of virginia. former miss universe aleash
va machado is standing up against donald trump. she is from venezuela won trump's 1996 miss universe pageant and during monday's debate hillary clinton stated that trump called machado miss housekeeping and miss piggy when she gained weight after winning. machado confirmed that. >> he was really aggressive. he was really rude. he was a bad person with me. and that is the -- the story that i need to share for my community. >> trump doubled down on the issue yesterday saying that in an interview that machado was, quote, gained massive amounts of weight and was a real problem. time now is 5:10. a man accused of throwing a pie in a mayor's face appears before city council. what he had to say. >> and this bride is nothing but smiles after a photo shoot in the park.
so who photo bombed her wedding photos? >> good morning from the kpix weather center. today the transition day from hot to mild and we are going to be talking about rain back in your forecast. >> and here's a look at the san mateo bridge heading from hayward into the peninsula. how is the south bay looking? we'll tell you coming up next. don't go anywhere. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
it happened just before six yesterday evening, at washington and keller streets. a pedestrian is hospitalized with serious injuries after he was struck by an suv in petaluma. it happened just before 6:00 yesterday evening at washington and keller streets. police say the man started yelling at a driver that didn't stop for him as he was crossing the street. seconds later he was struck by another vehicle, the suv, and thrown about 70 feet. investigators say the suv driver is cooperating. tempers flared in a courtroom as the star witness in a murder trial took the stand against his former co- defendants. as part of the plea deal, sean angold testified in a preliminary hearing that he watched morrison lampley shoot a backpacker in golden gate park with the help from lila alligood as well as the man in fairfax. during cross-examination the defense highlighted all the times he lied to investigators,
been on drugs and changed his story to poke holes in his testimony about who actually pulled the trigger. >> that's clearly a lie. all this business that he is talking about he put himself in a favorable position to save his own neck. >> lila alligood and morrison lampley pled not guilty to murder and robbery. if convicted they could face life in prison without parole. despite a restraining order the activist who hit the mayor of sacramento with a pie showed up to the city council meeting last night keeping a 20-foot distance between himself and mayor kevin johnson. sean thompson was happy to show off his t-shirts which read the people's pie. thompson threw a pie at johnson during a charity dinner last week. he proudly admitted throwing the pie when he took the chance to address the meeting. >> this arena has been your
circus. [ applause ] >> it's been -- it's been a joke. you've been the ringleaders. you have been the lead clowns. and that's why i threw a pie at you. >> the meeting was the first time thompson and the mayor have seen each other since the pie throwing. the 32-year-old johnson faces a felony charge. he will be arraigned next month. time now 5:16. let's check traffic with roqui. >> thank you, kenny. let's go to the south bay. ready? here it is. 101, 280/680 split to 238 northbound 11 minutes. not bad through 101 to highway 85 and the guadalupe parkway just 8 minutes between 85 and 101. san mateo bridge hayward to foster city, looking slow. that's just started to slow down now 15 minutes. altamont pass, coming off 205 at just nine miles per hour so
very slow conditions so far. we did have a crash westbound 580 after grant line road. a two-car crash is on the center divide but still slow into livermore, freeing up of course and then more slow traffic along the dublin interchange and here's a live look at that. now moving on to the nimitz freeway looking good in both directions but san leandro 238 to the maze northbound should take about 15 to 20 minutes. and a look at the richmond/san rafael bridge, you guys, yesterday this was a big traffic alert with a big rig on fire. but it's been cleared. the coast is clear if you are heading out on the richmond/san rafael. roberta, what's going on with the fog? >> that's the return of what we love to call karl the fog. he is back going to make a big difference in your forecast bring down our temperatures significantly. [ foghorn ] >> right now from our live weather camera we are looking
due east. i think we hear a foghorn. [ foghorn ] >> we do have low clouds and fog -- [ foghorn ] >> it's the 5% waning crescent moon on its way to become a new moon. good morning, everyone of the it's currently 47 degrees in santa rosa. it's 62 very mild in livermore after highs yesterday in the upper 90s. satellite-radar suggests we have the return of our stratus. that's going to cool us down. but we have a robust wind associated with it west and northwest today 10 to 20 miles per hour maybe hampering some of those firefighters efforts. here we go with your san jose forecast. we are going to be talking about temperatures where they should be for this time of the year. average high in san jose about 83, 84. that's what you have at lunchtime. going up to a high about 86 at levi's stadium. cooler at mineta international airport 83. dave in the north bay in napa wanted to say good morning. he is a weather watcher very faithful to us here in the morning hours see we say happy
birthday to his wife nancy. cool clear conditions in napa this morning, clear there today and it will be a cooler day slated. morning coastal fog now saturating the bay, seasonal high temperatures return and we have cooler weather by the end of the workweek. i want you to watch this carefully. here's your futurecast. clouds wipe away from the coast today. tomorrow morning stratus at santa cruz where it will help the "loma fire." then towards your saturday look at there. a little bit of precipitation in our computer models all associated with this area of low pressure that's dropping out of the gulf of alaska bringing us the cooler air and rain in the north bay sunday and monday. official sun-up at 7:03. cooler temperatures, 60s through 80s. outside number 91 in the brentwood and discovery bay areas. we have almost 10 degrees
cooler conditions on thursday and there's that chance at least now for the potential of rain showers sunday and monday. make it a great day. in new york's central park a bride and groom are taking pictures when a total stranger just enters the frame. >> he takes off his hat, takes off his sunglasses and says, hi, i'm tom hanks. >> oh!! [ screaming ] >> yay! >> can we get a picture with you? >> by all means. >> now that's a cool photo bomb. ryan and elizabeth snapped plenty of pictures with the movie star. hanks even confessed he is an "ordained minister" and would have overseen the wedding. >> hollywood ending. ♪[ music ] and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up from at&t, a much- needed laugher for the giants manager a command performance by his pitcher and buster posey flies into baseball history. that's coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. good morning, everybody. in at&t, there's just five games left in the season but the giants still wheeling and dealing. yesterday before the game they acquired gordon beckham. he actually showed up in the giants dugout on the top of the 4th inning against the rockies. in his last start matt moore allowed six runs in one inning.
last night he came up big allowing just one run while disliking out 11 in seven innings. a great performance. bottom of the fifth posey with the 14th homer of the season. it was his 1,000th career hit and the giants led 4-1. what timing for him. and just two pitches later hunter pence puts one into the left field seats, his 13th back- to-back home run. giants beat colorado 12-3. now, the mets and cardinals also won so new york remains a half game ahead of the giants for the first wildcard spot and san francisco stays a game ahead of the cardinals for the second and final and wildcard spot. >> two teams we are going against with big games, they won. so we had to go out there and win this game. >> were you surprised giving the fact that there are six games left? >> yeah. i used the [ indiscernible ] when he said he wouldn't have been more surprised if i -- [
indiscernible ] >> that's the way i felt. >> reporter: and in other baseball news, the a's lose to the halos 8-1. kevin durant is the new golden state warrior and with coming to the bay area comes with some difficulties. >> i hit a little bit of traffic as i was on highway and i was, um, i wasn't used to that in oklahoma city. [ laughter ] >> that was a little different. >> reporter: day one of the practice for the golden state warriors. wait until he sees the real estate prices. great, great night for the san francisco giants. they will try to make it two in a row over the rockies samardzija on the hill tonight and we'll be back again tomorrow morning from at&t. the "loma fire" doubled in size in just a few hours. the progress firefighters made overnight. we'll have the very latest on the firefight when we come back.
increase safety. and both presidential nominees aign trail today... why these security cameras are getting replaced and how local leaders hope it will increase safety. >> and both presidential nominees hit the campaign trail today as the fallout from their record-breaking debate continues. >> so much happening in the kpix weather center. cooler today yesterday but not as cool as tomorrow. and then there's ran up. >> we are looking at traffic backing up. how quickly will it clear up? we'll keep you posted. >> good morning, it's
wednesday, september 28. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. the "loma fire" is exploding across the santa cruz mountains for a second straight day. hundreds of homes and buildings are threatened. kpix 5's maria medina is live in gilroy with the progress firefighters have made overnight. maria. >> reporter: kenny, i'm standing here at base camp. this fire now stands at 2250 acres. it's only 10% contained. and what makes this a challenge for firefighters is that the fire is burning mostly in an area that they just can't access. so far, this fire has burned 1 home, 6 outbuildings and 300 more are being threatened. there are hundreds of mandatory evacuations under way right now. now, this fire is burning in an area that hasn't seen a fire in quite some time. so it is just ripping through all of that fuel. it began on monday and firefighters say within just a few hours, it more than doubled
in size. >> it looks better but i don't like it. >> we have our stuff already packed and ready to load up. >> reporter: firefighters say that this fire exploded because of the dry conditions out here caused by the drought. now, this is an area where people own a lot of animals so a community center has opened its doors to those animals and their owners and they expect more animals will show up as this fire conditions to burn. as far as a cause, firefighters say that it's still under investigation. and they say they probably won't have this fire under control until monday. live in gilroy, maria medina, kpix 5. we now know the cause of this fire in marin county. investigators say a 14-year-old boy accidentally started it when he was playing with matches. it erupted behind homes in a neighborhood in novato. >> grass, brush, trees in novato are extremely stressed
by the drought. this is the second fire our district responded to in two days. >> it burned about 6 acres. they were able to get it under control but are still on the scene keeping an eye on hot spots. farther north in petaluma, another fire destroyed several homes. officials say it started on 101 and quickly spread. chopper 5 shows the smoke over homes on stewart drive. we are told four homes are destroyed and at least 10 others are damaged. crews were able to get it contained. time now 5:32. >> you will feel the difference today cooler by 10 to 15 degrees especially inland. coast will feel the difference with the cooler air. that's good news for the "loma fire." gusts up to 35 at the coast. this is our live weather camera. it is at treasure island
looking out towards the skyline of san francisco. we can see it from that particular view. the golden gate bridge is shrouded in a deck of clouds. 62 in livermore. very mild after the high 90s yesterday. satellite-radar shows the finger of fog, low clouds at the coast trying to come in early. that marine layer influence knocking back our temperatures to where they should be for this time of the year. 60s at the beaches, 60s 80s at the peninsula. 84 cupertino. 80 santa clara and, 83 san jose, 90 gilroy. east bay outside number low 90s in brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay, byron and mountain house. settling into the high 80s in the tri-valley. 86 pleasant hill. carquinez straits, 70s and 80s.
if you want the breezing conditions and refreshing temperatures go to stinson beach to bodega bay. for sunshine head to wine country, sonoma and napa. 90s common from cloverdale into lakeport. 80s in windsor. we'll be talking about rain especially for this area right here and when to expect it and how much. the full forecast is coming up. did you hear kevin durant talking about bay area traffic? welcome to the bay, kevin. here's a look at traffic hazard westbound 80 after san pablo avenue. we have drace right after it. a dead deer blocking the lanes and we have some delays. those metering lights are on. it is 5:34. carquinez bridge to the maze westbound should take 20. expect delays into san francisco now. that's why traffic is backing up toward the maze.
foggy golden gate. if you are heading from marin into san francisco, 580 to golden gate bridge toll plaza, 15 minutes. it's hard to see. drive carefully. if you are heading into the peninsula from hayward, we have a slow commute across the san mateo bridge 880 to 101 westbound 15 to 20. north carolina's controversial "bathroom bill" is seeing more and more push back all the way from california. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in our newsroom on the bill governor brown just sound that cuts business travel there. reporter: >> reporter: the ban is on state funded travel to north carolina and other states that may adopt policies like hb2. we have new laws in california and the city of san francisco as of this week. california joining five other states in defunding travel on grounds of discrimination after north carolina passed its law in march striking down local
measures protecting gays and lesbians from workplace discrimination and prohibiting cities from passing new antidiscriminatory policies. this discussion took the national stage when north carolina banned people from using bathrooms that do not correspond with their biological sex. and that struck a nerve with one transgender high school student who shared and experience with us. >> it was really alienating because we had to use the nurse's office. and i mean, we're not sick. we just identify differently. >> reporter: california's travel ban applies to the uc and california state university system so that could lead to restrictions on travel for college sports teams. it will also limit travel for conferences and training. there are some exceptions to california's new law. employees may still be required to go to those states if they are called for legal, legislative or safety reasons. in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. san jose police need your help finding a man who allegedly walked into a home and got away with a jewelry box. surveillance cameras show the suspect outside of the front
door of the home on windsor street. the man makes a call and heads to the backyard before he is seen dashing inside and taking a jewelry box. the footage shows him running out of the rear sliding glass door. san jose police are also trying to piece together a deadly stabbing. they found a man's body yesterday in a field behind an apartment building. this is on genie avenue near 280. there's no word on the motive or any suspect description. today oakland takes action on a problem that we have uncovered in several of its parks, cameras that weren't recording. first crews will repair the cameras in cesar chavez park. augustine vigil was killed in front of the faulty devices back in august. after we exposed it, city leaders bought $3,000 worth of equipment and made a list of parks where cameras need fixing. noel gallo says it goes beyond parks. >> we have certainly cameras
located at certain places to record the illegal dumping hot spots. the cameras are there but not recording anything. >> the city says it's really working to address the trouble and is taking an inventory of at least 9 rec centers and parks with broken devices. the first debate between hillary clinton and donald trump is the most watched presidential debate in u.s. history. the nielsen company says 84 million viewers watched monday night. the previous high was in 1980. the only debate between incumbent jimmy carter and challenger ronald reagan. and donald trump's performance at the debate may not have won over critics but it was successful for the trump campaign. trump boasted about the campaign's post-debate fundraising success at a rally in florida. >> we had the biggest day we have ever had because of the success of the debate, they raised almost $18 million. >> clinton also is back on the campaign trail making an appearance in north carolina
yesterday where she announced she will team up with former rival bernie sanders to make college debt-free. >> we're also going to work so that you can refinance the debt you already have at much lower rates. >> clinton campaigns with bernie sanders in new hampshire for the second time today while trump rallies support in illinois, iowa and wisconsin. one of the most notorious names in the big pharma business is throwing a bizarre auction. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. a turnaround in the markets yesterday dow up, nasdaq up. tyson foods is recalling more than 130,000 pounds of chicken nuggets. they were sold at costco. the company says they may have plastic. there have been no confirmed reports of anyone getting sick. aetna plans to subsidize apple watches for some
customers. aetna is creating health tracking apps for the watch where customers can track prescriptions and talk to doctors. aetna gives health coverage to 23 people. pharma bro martin shkreli is auctioning off the chance to punch or slap him in the face for charity. it will go to the family of a friend who died of cancer. apparently, the bidding is up to about $80,000. >> wonder how long that line will be. jill, we talked a lot about -- [ laughter ] >> -- self-driving cars. now nissan is showing off the technology in an unusual way. explain. >> reporter: so nissan is showing off its self-driving car technology with some self- driving chairs. they can actually detect other chairs and move through lines. the bad news is, you can't buy the chairs just yet. they are only going to be sold to restaurant in japan. >> interesting. i think all those people waiting to exchange pleasant tries with martin may want to
invest in one of those chairs. [ laughter ] >> there's going to be a lot of people waiting for that auction. you have to admit, it's clever. right? at least he is acknowledging that he is this hated guy that people would even pay to hit him in the face. so -- >> yeah. absolutely, he is getting good publicity, too. >> yeah. points for creativity. >> jill wagner of cbsmoneywa tch.com, thank you. a voter found alive -- boater found alive after a mysterious disappearance at sea. why rescuers have questions about the accident. >> plus the marriage proposal almost didn't happen caught on a jumbotron. we'll explain next. >> a live look at 880 this morning in oakland. we'll get an update on traffic when roqui comes back and we come back. time now 5:41. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
today, president obama will head to virginia... to speak with u-s the bay bridge and skyline of san francisco we can see it there. marine layer is definitely making an impact on your midweek forecast. we'll talk about the changes you need to know about that weather forecast is shy of 4 minutes away. today president obama will head to virginia to speak with u.s. service members at fort lee. the trip is build as a chance for the president to thank the troops for the service the president will take part in a town hall meeting televised by cnn. >> reporter: fbi director james comey is back on capitol hill this morning. in a few minutes, he is set to testify before the house judiciary committee which is reviewing the bureau's performance. comey is expected to answer questions about the fbi's response to recent acts of
extremist violence. another topic is expected to come up. immunity granted to hillary clinton's former chief of staff as part of a now closed investigation into clinton's private email server scandal. as the search continues for a woman lost at sea during a fishing trip her son's motives are being questioned. nathan carter was found by a freighter float offering the coast of martha's vineyard. he and his mother linda carmen left on a fishing trip a week earlier but his boat took on water and his mother was swept away. investigators say that linda thought they were going 20 miles offshore. but according to people nathan spoke to before he left, he planned to go farther. >> i didn't see any fishing poles. i didn't see him with food. >> police continue to look into the accident and search nathan's vermont home yesterday. so far, the investigation shows that his boat was in need of mechanical repair. this is not the way you hope a marriage proposal would go. >> no.
a fan at yankee stadium yesterday tried to propose to his girlfriend when he dropped the ring. >> maybe somehow he can come up with -- a look at this poor guy. >> maybe he can come up with a save somehow. >> oh, boy. a half inning later, after a lot of worry, finally some success. everyone is cheering there. with the help of everyone in the serbs the rain was found, and he proposed. she said yes. now everyone in the stands just erupts into cheers. give them a standing ovation. and at least now they have a story to tell for years to come, right? and they have video to prove it. >> yes. >> so it was an error and a save. >> yes. >> i heard it was at the bottom of her little red cup. >> at least the fans around him were honest as they helped him find it. >> how fun was that? everybody was on the search for ring. >> apparently the announcers could only focus on that not the game. >> who cares about the game?
marriage, people! >> we're talking baseball here. those are fighting words here. >> serious about their baseball in new york. >> let's talk about traffic. >> let's move on. >> we'll finish this later l.a. laugh. starting in the south bay morgan hill we have some slow- moving traffic on northbound 101 between dunne avenue and blossom hill road. and then how's the rest of the south bay looking? northbound 101 again that 280/680 to 237 will take about 15 minutes. but then you're green which means smooth sailing through 280 downtown. and also the guadalupe parkway on highway 87. now to the east bay we have some trouble along the altamont pass look at here coming off 205 at just 8 miles per hour so very slow conditions and then that crash after grant line road was a two-car crash has been cleared out of the way but still slow along the path. 205 to the altamont pass will take you 17 and then the altamont pass to 680 will take about 15. here's a live look at the dublin interchange.
that slow traffic through there, as well. and the traffic hazard on westbound 80 in the san pablo area, this is after san pablo avenue. we have 20 miles per hour conditions driving into -- as crews are trying to clear a deer in the road. here's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have metering lights turned on at 5:30 carquinez bridge to the maze westbound will take you a heavy 27 minutes. and then expect about a 15- minute drive through the toll plaza. and currently there are no mass transit delays to report. roberta, i'll send it to you for the weather. >> you know, roqui, you know i love you. >> i know. i love you, too, "ro." >> i just kind of like bleed sports so if you are going to cut me open i just bleed baseball and warriors i bleed sharks. oh, speaking of sharks, we have the shark on the mound for the good guys tonight for the giants. we have that forecast coming up. but right now this is our live weather camera at the bay bridge where we have clear skies there. but the low clouds, the fog, it's karl and it's back into
our forecast. it will make a difference. [ foghorn ] >> 47 degrees right now in santa rosa. one more time? [ foghorn ] >> thank you very much. we do -- excuse me, kenny, we do have the areas -- kenny, ha ha. all right. we do have the clouds returning to the coast and into the bay this morning. that's going to bring in cooler air mass. so today is a transition day. you will feel the difference today. turning breezy variable winds 10 to 20, gusts to 25 at the coast. air quality not enough of a breeze to mix out the haze in the "loma fire" that continues to burn, the soberanes, as well. haze especially in the morgan hill and in the gilroy areas. this is interesting. this is our futurecast. you can play along at home. you notice the clouds wipe away by the lunch hour along the seashore. when we kick-started your thursday a build-up at the san mateo bridge but this is what i like seeing. computer models illustrate well to the north of the bay area right there. a little bit of green on the screen. it's all associated with that
an area of low pressure. and right now our long-range computer models suggest a lot of cooler air will be pulled down from this low and we'll see some rain showers in the far reaches of the north bay, sunday afternoon into sunday evening, could even see as much as a quarter inch in throughout some of our north bay hills. generally about a tenth around sonoma county. sunrise this morning 7:03. by the time it sets we'll have realized temperatures out of the triple digits, yesterday 99, livermore today 89 degrees there. out of the 90s in san jose to 83. which we should be for this time of the year. it was 71 yesterday in san francisco today 67 degrees. 70s common around the peninsula. extended forecast does call for 91 outside number, brentwood where you were in the triple digits yesterday, we'll shave off about 10 degrees on thursday and then we'll up that potential of rain sunday, monday. yes, giants, important game again tonight against the rockies going for that wildcard berth of.
because the artist actually runs... the city's smallest shop. in san francisco a take charge businesswoman is proving she doesn't sweat the small stuff because the artist actually runs the city's smallest shop. 36-year-old mel rice works in a space that's 36 square feet. her mission district store is basically a nook in front of the bar amnesia. she spends 7 days a week hand crafting each item in and outer sunset studio and then sells almost every, single one in a given weekend. rice admits more space might be nice but still, she likes her arrangement. >> of course, i wanted a larger shop. but, um, it just made more sense to me as a small business owner to do something that was more efficient. >> rice says she hopes to inspire other small stores to pop up in san francisco. but she still wants to run the tiniest one of all. a dad in hayward says's live today because of his daughter. police gave the 11-year-old a big award last night. the hayward police department honored sarah avalos with its
citizen recognition award. now, back in march, sarah was in a car with her dad and her parents and her little brother when someone tried to rob them. her dad was shot during the attack. sarah called 911 on her mom's phone. >> she saved my life. that's all i can say. she was able to give directions. she did great. >> i feel happy that i got it and i, um, and i always wanted to be on tv. it keeps me going to what i want in life, going to college and stuff. >> the suspect was arrested. as for sarah, she says she wants to become a police officer or a nurse. in just a few days, we could see the world's first solar-powered road. a company in idaho is creating it. workers invented and built special solar panels with l.e.d. lights. the lights could act as markings for lanes, parking spots and signs. officials say the panels are
strong enough to hold a semi truck. they will show how to works on friday. californians are used to paying high prices for water. when one woman got a nearly 13,000 water bill it got her attention. matthews says her monthly bill from l.a.'s department of water and power is usually $600 a month. so she called the utility company who said it was a mistake or she had a leak. she called again when she was billed $17,000 and was told her utilities would be shut off. dwp apologized for not following up on the bill. and now the situation is being investigated. it is 5:56. more fallout from the discovery that a luxury high-rise in san francisco is significantly sinking. >> reporter: the race to put out the "loma fire" fire before it gets too close to hundreds of homes. the progress firefighters made overnight. ,,,,,,
and i'm kenny choi. good morning. it's wednesday, september 28. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. the hot and dry conditions are causing problems for firefighters across the state. crews battled several massive fires yesterday including this one in novato. it was burning in a neighborhood on oliva drive. one home was damaged. and investigators say that i 14- year-old boy accidentally started when he was playing with matches. in the south bay firefighters are battling a fast-moving wildfire in the santa cruz mountains. crews say it could take nearly two weeks before they have the loma fire under control. kpix 5's maria medina is live at the base camp in gilroy with the latest. >> reporter: and we're seeing more and more firefighters showing up here at base camp. you can see firefighters preparing for their long day ahead. this fire stands at 2, 250 acres. it is only 10% contained. a spokesman just told us