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and i'm anne makovec. let's st outside... good morning. it is wednesday, april 5. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. let's start with a live look outside. on the left you see the beautiful bay bridge. and on the right, some of the traffic on i-80 in berkeley. plenty of cars on the roadway to start this "hump day" and we also have some traffic alerts for you if you are a ferry commuters this morning. but let's start with our weather forecast because we have rain on the way, roberta. >> it's coming. >> it could be interesting to see if the ferries will be operating on friday because we have some very gusty winds coming in and on thursday night, into your friday morning commute, we already have a high wind watch that has been issued not so much today. it will get breezy during the afternoon. we'll have at least one more day of extremely mild conditions and a good day to get outside and just get it done. 45 degrees in santa rosa at
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this very early hour. 54 redwood city. temperatures pretty much settling into the 50s as you get ready to kick-start your "hump day." it is "hump day," right? it is. how about that. midweek. clouds invade the area today. sun/cloud mix. we'll have temperatures on the mild side. still well above average especially away from the bay. 60s common from rockaway beach through half moon beach into montara and moss beaches. low 70s at the peninsula from san mateo through belmont, brisbane, east palo alto la honda pescadero, high 70s to 80 around morgan hill, campbell, cupertino, los gatos, good morning to you in san jose at 77. east bay numbers 10 degrees above average sporting 80 degrees in many of the areas around the tri-valley. also discovery bay at the delta, brentwood, tracy, orwood. sevens around the carquinez strait. winds 15 to 20 late day stinson beach mid-60s. otherwise low 70s to mid-70s in sonoma and napa. petaluma at 70. becoming mostly cloudy late day
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around cloverdale and lakeport. we do have that rain that everybody has been talking about. we'll track it together at 18 minutes after the hour but right now here's roqui. >> thank you, roberta. now back to the san francisco bay ferry issue. we have reports that this will be today through friday. so maybe that rain won't affect these ones right here so vallejo to san francisco ferries those will be replaced by buses for 6 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and also noon and then later in the afternoon, the san francisco ferry to vallejo those will be replaced by buses as well at 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. due to mechanical repairs. now, let's talk about bart. we are still recovering from a 20-minute delay on the pittsburg sfo line in both directions so keep that in mind if you are using that line. other mass transit on time. bay bridge toll plaza into downtown san francisco, no metering lights yet. they should be turning on in 30 minutes or so, so expect about a 10-minute drive easy into the city. moving now to oakland we have some roadwork still out there right now fruitvale avenue that
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on-ramp to westbound 580 is closed until 6 a.m. 14th avenue on-ramp to 580 is closed, as well. here's the san mateo bridge between hayward and foster city, a quick 12 minutes. what's not so quick is the altamont pass. moving at 20 miles per hour, then up to 30 once you hit north flynn road from 205 to westbound 580 into livermore where it frees up a bit but then you got the dublin interchange and here's a live look at that slow traffic. to you. >> thank you. this morning, we know the price tag to repair a huge crater in one road in santa cruz county. it happened after storms. caltrans says it is going to cost an estimated $29.5 million to repair it. caltrans says this project is part of $866 million in damages to roads across the state. one man who has lived along this highway for 50 years says his trips to nearby saratoga
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don't happen as often now because of that washout. [ pause ] >> ... going downtown but i don't like going the way i have to go. it's a pain. >> caltrans says it is going to be meeting late today to analyze that almost $30 million price tag. officials could also decide on different options they have to get that road fixed. one of them would be to build a new bridge over the span of the hole. today some survivors of the recent oakland fire that killed four people will have to find a new place to live. they are being evicted from their temporary housing. this san pablo avenue building caught fire last monday. since then some former tenants were staying at a shelter at the woes oakland youth center. but tonight is the last night. the red cross says that emergency shelters are only short term solutions. the tenants have been told to visit a client assistance center for more help. new this morning from russia, investigators searched
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the home overnight of a 22-year- old suicide bomber accused of killing 14 people on a subway in st. petersburg this week. investigators say he wore an explosive device that exploded on a train on monday. russia says that six people have now been arrested in the case for aiding terrorist activities. happening this morning, an emergency meeting to discuss the chemical weapons attack in syria. dozens died and hundreds of others hurt. the chemical was released in a rebel held town in northern syria yesterday. officials say it came from weapons on the ground. u.s. officials believe that the syrian dictator is behind the attack. today, president trump holding a joint news conference at the white house with jordan's king abdullah ii. hena daniels shows us why questions may come up with possible ties between the trump campaign and russia. >> this is a seat stolen. >> reporter: democratic senator jeff americaly staged a marathon protest on the senate
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floor overnight calling on republicans to delay the vote on supreme court nominee neil gorsuch this week. this amid ongoing investigations into ties between president trump's campaign and russia. >> unacceptable that we're considering this nomination at this moment when there's a cloud over the presidency. >> reporter: part of the investigations involve the president's statement that president obama wiretapped trump tower. on tuesday the president pointed the finger at the former president's national security adviser susan rice retweeting the link to a story saying she unmasked the names of trump associates picked up during surveillance of foreign targets. >> the effort to ask for the identity of american citizens is necessary to understand the importance of an intelligence report in some instances. >> reporter: white house press secretary sean spicer questioned whether rice's motivation was political. >> it depends on the purpose of why they were asking and what
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they were trying to accomplish. >> reporter: as the investigations continue, reports have emerged that russian spies tried to recruit former trump campaign adviser carter page as an intelligence source three years before the campaign. >> i wouldn't be surprised after all this is said and done that some people end up in jail. >> reporter: the white house insists the president has no relationship with page and did not collude with russia during the campaign. hena daniels, cbs news. >> meanwhile, vice president mike pence was back on capitol hill last night trying to craft a new deal with conservative republicans that would repeal and replace obamacare. demonstrators are rallying against the alameda county sheriff today. civil rights groups want to sound off against his immigration policies. they claim he has ties to i.c.e. the rally starts at glen dyer jail in oakland at 4:30 this afternoon. starting today in san francisco, messages like this will be scrapped from muni
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buses, trains and shelters. political ads have just been banned. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at a muni bus yard with more on the san francisco mta's new move. >> reporter: this means that any ads on muni concerning public issues or something political won't be in your face as you travel. the sfmta voted unanimously in favor of this new ad policy. that also bans violent images or descriptions, profanity and other demeaning ads. a few years ago anti-muslim ads that the director called a form of hate speech made some riders uncomfortable. >> as an arab living in san francisco as the friend of a muni driver i can imagine my father driving around with an ad that describes him with those words. >> reporter: although denounced by city leaders, back then nolan said it was a first amendment right that the
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municipal transit authority was not ready to take on but this morning that's changed and today's policy is one that other cities have already successfully implemented. advertising provides about $20 million in annual revenue for the sfmta. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. exciting news for warriors fans. in just about five hours play- off tickets for the season ticketholders officially go on sale at 10 a.m. season ticketholders can be part of the presale event tomorrow at 9 a.m. people who signed up to be warriors insiders can start buying presale tickets then at noon tomorrow tickets go on sale to the general public. time now 5:09. coming up a big swarm of bees. we are hearing from the woman who got caught up in all of this. >> yikes. >> yikes! >> and a lot of people are talking about this new pepsi ad. why people want it off the air. >> 5:10 in the kpix weather center. this is a day to go out and enjoy it.
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topping off near 80. we have rain. it's coming. we'll track it together. >> all right. thanks, roberta. now, it's 5:09. here's a live look at the golden gate bridge if you are heading from marin county into san francisco traffic looking smooth. traffic looking smooth around the bay area right now. we will have some mass transit updates for you when we come back. don't go anywhere. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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time. oh, my gosh, are you okay? >> a man in new york city was in the right place at the right time. he jumped down to rescue a man who fell on the tracks. he pulled the man up moments before a train came through the station. both are okay. speaking of freaky situations, a woman in oklahoma found herself in one. she got caught in a swarm of bees. there were trying to remove a bee hive from the front yard. the moment they cut it down, thousands started swarming. somehow she didn't get stung. >> geez. >> i don't know if it's the vibe or what or mrs. robinson's neighborhood. >> there you go. >> the bees. >> couple called in a beekeeper who helped take the hive down and take it away. next time -- she reverend her lesson, right? she is not going to trust her
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husband to do it. >> let's call in the professionals but i can't believe she didn't run away like the bees all came at her. roqui would probably react differently than that. >> yeah, more so like run away. but i did a couple of stories atop of the san francisco hotels with the beehives that make the honey? it's an incredible system. but it's not for me. beekeeping not for me. it's 5:15. let's take a look at your bay area roads starting here in san jose. moorpark avenue it's at cypress avenue a fatal crash being investigated a pickup truck hit the sound wall around 3:45 a.m. so that investigation is ongoing and moorpark avenue is closed in both directions at cypress avenue just fyi if you are heading out that way. moving over now to the altamont pass you are moving at 20 miles per hour off 205 in tracy up to
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30 at north flynn road. frees up through livermore usually and here's a look at the dublin interchange slow in the commuter direction. moving over now to the peninsula commute between hayward and foster city, traffic looking smooth on westbound 92 and looking good on eastbound 92 as well from the peninsula into the east bay. metering lights will turn on soon. that will slow you down heading into downtown san francisco. but for now, if you are heading out that way you will catch a ten-minute drive between the maze and downtown. bart is recovering from 20 minutes delay on sfo line due to equipment issues and the san francisco bay ferry has changes to tell you about, as well. the vallejo san francisco ferry if you are heading to the 8:30 a.m. or 6 a.m. that will be serviced by bus and then also this afternoon, san francisco to vallejo buses at 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. buses, as well. i'll send it to you. >> thank you, roqui. good morning, everyone. today a pretty decent day.
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temperatures still averaging well above normal for this time of the year. we are talking about temperatures topping off at 80 away from the bay. calm waters at this hour. temperatures are between 45 in santa rosa to 55 degrees in san jose. wind speeds under 10 miles per hour. right now variable. south winds in san ramon. calm winds in novato and san rafael, 14 in fairfield. in advance of the area of low pressure that's going to be plowing into the bay area, we are talking tomorrow night through friday morning i just want to give you a heads up so you can prepare accordingly. we'll have a high wind watch in effect for that huge
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highlighted area which encompasses the bay area. winds up to 45 backing into the sacramento valley. clouds pushing into the bay area. we'll call it today partly cloudy partly sunny. clouds sun mix. some filtered sunshine. nonetheless a south wind up to 15 to 20. that's why we're still unseasonably mild. thursday mostly cloudy and breezy with the wind picking up by the evening commute and the rain will be arriving. wet and windy friday. here's the satellite and radar. this is a massive area of low pressure. it originated in the gulf of alaska and taking a nosedive down south and it's bringing with it some cooler air mass and the precipitation. here's your futurecast. plan accordingly. the leading edge of the precipitation is in the far north bay and then it wants to just be hit and miss disintegrating as it pushes through also scattered showers for your thursday evening commute and then here comes the bulk of the activity. for all of you watching us
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right now you will have the heavy rain during that friday morning. and then it pushes out for most of the commute but there will be a lot of ponding on the roads a second round of energy moves in during the afternoon and the evening hours so just count on a windy blustery day with rain and wind on friday. so by friday night, nearly an inch of rain in throughout the tri-valley an inch in san francisco, over two in ukiah. an inch and a quarter in santa cruz but that's just until friday night and we'll have lingering showers on saturday. the bulk of weekend will be dry. if you are heading to the high sierra it's going to be kind of a rain-snow mix. so i carry the chains to be on the safe side. heavenly no new snow this week but you will have that combination of rain and snow over the weekend. and on the north side, north star reports no new snow but plenty of machine groomed packed powder spring-like corn snow at alpine meadows it's just excellent skiing and boarding all the way up into the weekend but it's going to be gusty as far as the winds are concerned. and again that precipitation
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arriving by friday. 60s 70s across the board today but we'll have a couple of temperatures isolated around that 80-degree mark like right around brentwood, pleasanton as well, to the south los gatos and saratoga cupertino, as well. a drop of the temperatures with increasing cloud cover thursday rain arrives thursday night into your friday lingering shower early on saturday. and then dry during the bulk of day partly cloudy conditions and cooler on sunday looks dry now monday and tuesday. we have ourselves a baseball game tonight. we'll pick it up after a -- boy, that was a tough loss last night. the a's hosting the angels partly cloudy and in the low 60s. go, a's. hey, ann, i don't drink soda but i hear that's some controversy. >> a lot of people sharing this unsocial media. it is the new pepsi ad with kendall jenner, in it the model bales on her own fashion shoot to go protest. as you can see, jenner hands a police officer a can of pepsi and then attention quickly turns to cheers.
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some people online say that a it sends the wrong message as it plays off the incident involving ayesha evans who was arrested for doing something similar regarding the death of alton sterling by a louisiana officer. one person said it was the worst commercial he had seen in 30 years. another tweet says pepsi just made the commercial of the year. for coke. and someone else said they couldn't believe, quote, kendall jenner stopped police brutality with a pepsi. the "late late show" with james corden is going across the pond to where his carpool karaoke all started. network announced that the show will shoot three episodes in london and that means we are going to get some carpool karaoke with a british twist. ♪[ music ]
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>> corden filled one segment with adele in the uk over the holidays last year. no word who will be in the passenger seat. it will air in june. a lot of mixed feeling about this. get ready to see more of tony romo on kpix 5. the dallas cowboys quarterback is retiring from the nfl and he is headed here to cbs. >> i think it's awesome that it's like a cinderella story kind of riding off into the sunset sort of thing for us. >> i think he has something left. if he can stay healthy, he has more to play. he is still when healthy top 10 nfl quarterback. >> and as you see, there's a lot of hope that he may still return to the field one day. romo played for the dallas cowboys for 14 years. he says the decision that he made is for his family. he is going to be starting his new role this fall as cbs sports lead nfl game analyst. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the warriors were singing the victory song last night. it was a busy night in bay area sports. everybody taking part. we'll get you caught up after this time-out. >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by "living
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good morning, everybody. the sharks a's giants and warriors all in action last night. we'll get the party started at oracle. golden state's quest for 12
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straight wins. mcgee and the t-wolves exchanging pleasant tris. in the first half klay thompson with the three. warriors 68-60 lead. 3rd quarter steph comes up with the steal finishes on the other end with a rare dunk. curry scores 19 in the game. warriors start pulling away. later in the quarter, curry picks up another steal behind the back to andre iguodala for the reverse layup and 21 point lead. golden state ties a season-high with their 12th straight win, 121-107. the giants johnfully cueto allowed four runs in five innings versus arizona but helped himself out at the plate with an rbi. one score 5-2. next batter hernandez lines one into left. scoring joe panik. and johnny cueto around from first. 7-2. hernandez had four runs batted in. giants win. the bleacher creatures in oakland hoping to see the a's go to 2-0. bottom of the 7th
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oakland trailing 4-3. davis shoots one past the first baseman allowing two runs to score. davis goes to third but the ball gets past the third baseman. davis comes around to score on the error there. 6-4. same score top of the ninth but then! the angels' danny espinosa connects for a three-run home run. l.a. wins 7-6. santiago casilla was not available. sharks ready to go against the canucks opening seconds of the face-off, san jose's kevin la bank scores to give the sharks 1-0 lead. then 12 seconds later, joel ward on the slapshot to make it 2-0. that was 30 seconds into the game. they win 3-1. everybody in action last night and the giants, sharks, warriors, winners only the a's on the downside. masters picks tonight at 6:00. i'm dennis o'donnell.
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see you this evening. starting today you won't see any more political ads on muni buses or in the wait stations. we'll tell you what the sfmta used to make that decision. >> we just learned how much it's going to cost to repair a collapsed highway. the multi-million dollar price tag coming up.
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sleeping: an all night protest.. was happening on the senate floor in washington.. 's still going this morning! plus some city lead while were you sleeping an online protest happening on the senate floor in washington. [ microphone trouble ] >> it's still going this morning. >> plus, free warriors tickets. some city leaders are getting them on the taxpayer dime. >> and from the kpix weather center, we're tracking a storm that's heading this way. i'll tell you just how much
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rain to expect and the impact on your weekend. >> all right. we have metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza. here's a live look at this slowdown. but we have been dealing with mass transit issues all morning long. we have an update for you. >> good morning, it's wednesday, april 5. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm anne makovec. we want to give you a live look on the senate floor this morning where democrats jeff merkley has been filibustering for almost eight hours protesting against supreme court nominee judge neil gorsuch. he plans to keep going as long as he can. the senate is supposed to start voting on gorsuch's nomination tomorrow. republicans are promising to confirm him by the end of the week. starting today in san francisco, political ad will be taken down from muni's buses, trains and shelters. kpix 5's jackie ward reports. >> reporter: kenny, it was a
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matter of protecting people's first amendment rights. this one will make riders more comfortable. the board voted unanimousl favor of this new ad policy that bans anything political or controversial. that includes ads people find offensive, harmful or disruptive. years ago you may remember seeing anti-muslim ads on muni. so while the city denounced them, the mta said they could not turn down the ads becaused on content without risking first amendment lawsuits. but this policy change will be adopted today and the changes are similar to what have already been successfully implemented in other cities across the country. jackie ward, kpix 5. >> reporter: the chunk of highway 35 that collapsed earlier year is going to cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars to repair. kpix 5's maria medina is live near the highway with more on
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that price tag. >> reporter: it's goin $5 million. this washout is 150 feet wide. one of the largest slides during the storm. it's a headache for homeowners. >> i would like to be going downtown but i don't like going the way i have to go. it's a pain. it can take an hour to get to the top of the hill. >> reporter: and caltrans projects it will cost $866 million to repair all the damage across the state caused by the storms earlier this year. so how long will it take for caltrans to fix highway 35? about a month ago they told us it likely won't be repaired anytime this year. live in santa cruz county, maria medina, kpix 5.
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>> time now 5:33. the rain is coming. >> you know, i have been waiting for the computer mod else to back off the earlier projections because it's been spot on for the last seven days, here it comes late thursday into friday. two to three inches of rain in the wettest locations. north bay and 4" toward venado outside healdsburg with gusty winds. it looks like the computer models are spot on with this system. clear to partly cloudy skies. 55 san jose. 50s elsewhere. the winds sunday 10 miles per hour. the leading edge of the frontal boundary spilling clouds into the bay area we'll have the sun/cloud mix but we'll have a southerly flow so temperatures up to 80 inland.
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heavy rain overnight thursday into the morning commute on friday. mostly cloudy conditions breezy and cooler for the weekend. it's not a washout, just lingering showers early saturday morning. 80 in pleasanton. high 70 throughout much of the tassajara and blackhawk. discovery bay 80. same around brentwood and or wood. 70s common around the carquinez strait. a bit of a breeze late day 15 to 20. north bay numbers stacking up to the 60s to low 70s. we'll time out the rain how much to expect in your neighborhood coming up at 18 after the hour
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but right now here's roqui. >> thank you, roberta. it's 5:35. let's take a look at mass transit. we have been dealing with bart delays since 4 a.m. so now bart is back on time after dealing with that 20- minute delay. ace, muni on time. if you take san francisco bay ferry we'll have buses in service for the 6 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and noon ferries from vallejo to san francisco also later this afternoon, san francisco to vallejo ferries at 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. will be serviced by bus as well and this is all due to mechanical repairs. moving to our roadways the altamont pass our slowest traffic of the morning below 20 miles per hour coming off 205 up to 31 as you hit north flynn road to the dublin interchange. if you are taking the san mateo bridge into the peninsula westbound 92 between hayward and foster city traffic moving but we'll keep an eye on that for you 12 minutes. south bay we have a fatality to report. this is on the city streets here in saw in moorpark avenue at cypress avenue closed in both directions as the san jose police investigate that fatal
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crash involving a pickup truck that ran into a sound wall around 3:45 this morning. police are look for the man who shot and killed a woman as she was driving her kids to daycare that shooting captured on surveillance video yesterday morning in richmond. you can see the victim's car pull up to a stop sign and moments later the suspect pulls up next to her and shoots. police say she had a restraining order against her estranged boyfriend and he may be the killer. here's a picture of him. 43-year-old "lawyer dushan mcbride." police say the two kids who were inside the car were not hurt. they are now with relatives. in napa an investigation is now under way into a deadly officer-involved shooting. chopper 5 caught the aftermath here on linda vista avenue and bueno avenue. it started yesterday afternoon when 911 dispatchers got called about shots fired in the area.
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when officers got to the scene they say the suspect drove out of the garage and started shooting at them. that's when a gun battle broke out in the west napa community one homeowner heard it in full force. >> i was standing over here and i heard 30, 40 shots. and i walked around here and all these cops were just coming in. >> after the suspect car slammed into a tree on the street, its horn went on for an hour. the chief of police in napa said several officers suffered minor injuries. the trump administration says the number of people trying to get into the u.s. from mexico is down by tens of thousands. the department of homeland security says that 12500 people were arrested trying to cross into the u.s. last month. the agency says that's down from more than 58,000 in february. homeland security chief john kelly credits president trump's tough stance on illegal
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immigration as the reason for that decline. ivanka trump is speaking out. she has an exclusive interview on "cbs this morning" with gayle king. >> if being complicit is wanting to -- is wanting to be a force for good and to make a positive impact, then i'm complicit. i don't know that the critics who may say that of me, if they found themselves in this very unique and unprecedented situation that i am now in, would do any differently than i'm doing. so i hope to make a positive impact. i don't know what it means to be complicit. but i hope time will prove that i have done a good job and much more importantly, that my father's administration is the success that i know it will be. >> you can watch the full
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interview on "cbs this morning" at 7 a.m. pay less is closing hundreds of stores after going bankrupt. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com reports. >> reporter: good morning. futures are now pointing to a higher open. the dow was up 39 yesterday. nasdaq was up 4. hiring in the private sector picked up last month. adp says businesses added 263,000 jobs in march. the biggest monthly gain in more than two years. there were big gains in construction and the manufacturing industries. we'll find out more about the overall job market friday. that's when the government releases its march numbers. the discount footwear chain pay less went bankrupt and will close 400 stores. they have 22,000 workers in 30 countries. it's the latest retailer to struggle as more people shop online. three executives in charge -- key in mcdonald's efforts to reinvent itself and turn around
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sluggish sales are leaving the company. the executives were in charge of things like menu changes, marketing, and mcdonald's digit push. >> jill, reebok is going green with its new sneakers. what's this all about? >> reporter: right now they use petroleum based materials. reebok says new shoes could be used as compost when they're worn out and they will be available to buy later this year made from grains. >> i still think the coolest invention was reebok pumps. remember those? >> reporter: now what, how do i know the remember those? no, i don't. my producer is shaking her head. i don't know. >> you push a button on the tongue of the sneaker and it pumps up the shoes. >> oh, yes, i remember those. i'm not just saying remember
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them. i promise. [ laughter ] >> ill wagne r of cbsmoneywatch.com. thank you. as we take a trip down memory lane, this is appropriate, 5:42, still ahead, the struggles of being a teenager. we are going to show you how one california school is trying to help with the bathroom project. >> and a live look at 880 in oakland. traffic moving along. we'll get a full traffic report from roqui when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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forecast in just a few minutes. good morning, everybody! rise and shine! give yourself a round of applause you made it to "hump day"! it is wednesday, it is april 5. 5:44. live weather camera looking out towards the span of the bay bridge. it's all lit up and pretty it's bright. hey, we have increasing clouds on the way. a very mild day today. but we have a storm on the way.
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we'll track that incoming first storm of the spring season together. it's traffic and weather in less than 4 minutes. >> i'm still recovering. we just had a silver fish sighting in the studio! >> it's going to be okay. don't worry. >> our floor director just killed it so we had a sighting and a murder. >> now we'll get calls from peta. one orange county high school a girl's bathroom has been stripped of mirrors because positive messages have taken the mirror's place. now students at laguna hills high school can see kindness statements. a member of a club thought of it. they have no plans to take the notes down. >> get rid of all the mirrors here in the studio? >> yeah. unfortunately -- >> that was anne. >> no. >> check my hair. >> i mean, you have to in this business, unfortunately. i mean, i would have no problem rolling out of bed and, you know, coming to anchor the show but i don't think our boss
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would appreciate it. >> or the viewers. >> right. >> probably not. >> emails coming. >> how's traffic looking this morning? >> not too bad. we have a couple of crashes to tell you about but first let's start with the metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza slowing you down if you are heading into downtown san francisco. so expect about an 8 to 10- minute drive between the maze and downtown. moving now to the nimitz freeway looking good in both directions. but the problem here is southbound 880 in fremont before auto mall parkway is a multi-car crash blocking of the left lane. you see it's all green there but i promise you, there are delays so if you are heading out this way, make sure you give yourself extra time to get through there. we have a lot of red sensors on our other screen there. we are having issues with our graphics. to another problem in fairfield, eastbound 12 before red top road a three-car crash blocking a lane here. again, same problem, all green in the area but there are delays out there so if that's part of your morning commute give yourself time for that drive, as well. moving over now to mass transit bart is all on time. we have some issues earlier this morning but you are good to go. ace and muni all on time, as
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well. if you are using san francisco bay ferries keep in mind the 6 a.m., 8:30 a.m. and noon ferries will be using buses and this afternoon from san francisco to vallejo, 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. using buses as well and it's all due to mechanical repairs on the ferries. roberta, i'll send it to you. >> wow. the "salesforce" tower is completely changing the skyline of san francisco. can you see it there? towering over the bay bridge. it stands at 1070 feet tall under construction in the south of market district of downtown san francisco just gorgeous. good morning, everybody. let's take a look now at our current temperatures. 45 degrees in santa rosa. 55 degrees in san jose. it's in the low 50s in san francisco and livermore. 54 apiece in redwood city. and also across to sfo. currently the winds are slight.
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san francisco at 3. winds under 10 everywhere this morning except in fairfield at 14 miles per hour. we'll say good morning to our weather watchers linda in fairfield, john, hi, john. haven't seen you in a while. he is in santa rosa. dave says it's overcast in napa at 49 degrees. thank you for banking up with us. did you see that huge highlighted area. we have a high wind watch. it goes into effect thursday night through friday morning. i wanted to give you heads up on that so you can plan accordingly because these winds are going to gust up to 45 miles per hour all associated with that right there. that is the leading edge of a front that generated out of the gulf of alaska. it's been coming to the bay area for the past week. today partly cloudy, mild with warmer air. tomorrow mostly cloudy and turning downright breezy to windy. he wet and windy for your friday. we have a low to the north of
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the bay area. we are under the influence of that huge ridge of high pressure with the clouds undercutting the ridge. thursday morning the rain begins in the far reaches of the north bay and falls apart maybe hit-and-miss showers. thursday evening commute look at this line that's now picking up some speed moving into the north bay. overnight heavy rain good news unless you go to work early. then during the commute ponding on the roads and winds gusting up to 45 during the day. we'll have hit-and-miss showers and these showers will linger into your saturday morning. and by friday night, we'll easily pick up an inch of rain in san francisco. that's a lot of rain in a short amount of time. an inch in the east and san jose. over two inches in ukiah. this is going to mean snow and rain mix in the high sierra so if you are going there for the weekend, bring your chains.
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6:48 official sunrise. by the time it sets at 7:36, we're on the way to a full moon on tuesday. otherwise, 60s and 70s across the board today. still going with an outside number of 80. that will be experienced in pleasanton to the east, brentwood tracy discovery bay mountain house orwood as well, byrum. 75 in the outlying areas tomorrow. drop-off cooler temperatures with increasing clouds and rain. friday, cooler, blustery, with the rain lingering into saturday morning turning party cloudy. your weekend is not a washout with partly cloudy and cool turbulence on sunday and then dry skies on monday and tuesday. thank goodness, i believe monday it's the giants home opener, right, gang? >> should be during the afternoon, too. >> speak of baseball, a's baseball playing host to the angels, cotton on the mound for the good guys, he's great, too. 61 degrees, partly cloudy
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skies. enjoy your "hump day." >> we will, roberta. thank you. time now 5:50. there's going to be a new way to watch nfl games this fall. and it doesn't involve cable. we'll explain after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. hitting the market tomorrow.
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"."...metallica music playing" .." the bay area's own "metalli tickets to san francisco's outside lands music festival are hitting the market tomorrow. ♪[ music ] >> kenny's jamming out over here! the bay area's own metallica is headlining the three-day event this year. it brings massive crowds to golden gate park every august. the who and lord are also taking the stage this year. there could be a new way to watch football games this year. amazon is reportedly going to offer live games to its prime members. the "wall street journal" reports the deal is worth about $50 million. prime members will be able to live stream 10 thursday night football games. prime costs $99 a year. the nfl had a similar deal with twitter last season. san francisco's international film festival gets under way tonight. the opening feature is called land line screening at 7:00 at castro theater. an actress and producer from the film will give a talk after
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the closing credits. the international film festival runs through the 19th with screenings at theaters throughout the city. meanwhile, shia labeouf isn't doing well at the british box office. his latest movie screened at just one theater in the uk this weekend and only one person showed up. that means it brought in $8.70. it's called man down. according to movie insiders, there could be an upside to all of the negative attention though. it could actually raise attention for the low profile independent film. ♪[ music ] in the past, anti-muslim ads have been featured on muni. but not anymore. we'll tell you what the sfmta board voted on yesterday. >> reporter: part of highway 35 that collapsed earlier this year is going to cost us. just how much and when will it be repaired? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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i wouldn't be surprise the after all this is said and done that some people end up in jail. >> two democrats now making predictions as the fbi investigates president trump's campaign alleged ties to russia. this while mr. trump is making accusations against the former national security adviser. plus, oakland fire survivors being forced out of shelters. why the red cross says they have to look for new housing today. >> repair costs are adding up to fix a crater in a road in santa cruz county caused by powerful winter storms. good morning, it's wednesday, april 5. i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. we start with some breaking news. police in mountain view need your help finding a missing child. four-month-old madeline wallen was last seen wearing a white
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tank top and pink ballerina outfit. she is with the father driving a blue 2007 nissan altima with paper plates. police have classified this as an engaged missing advisory. if you have any information, contact police. we are just learning that the widow of the pulse nightclub shooter has agreed to return to orlando. she waived her right to an extradition hearing and agreed to go back to florida. she is charged in the killing with the nightclub shooting which is the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history. that highway that collapsed in santa cruz county is going to take months to repair and now we know how much it's going to cost. kpix 5's maria medina is live there with more on the multi- million dollar price

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