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clues into what happened. the precautions that local parks are taking in the wake of that accident. [ shame, shame, shame! >> we just lost everything we worked for. >> plus, president trump's ban on transgender military service has sparked outrage and uncertainty from some in the military. more reaction coming up. good morning, it is thursday, july 27. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. let's start with our traffic and weather this thursday morning. looks like it's already going to be drama on the road. >> it's been a busy week. i know you have had delays on the way in for the last couple mornings. >> that's 2:30 a.m. [ laughter ] >> "zero dark thirty." >> if you are getting ready to head out now, it is very slow at the san mateo bridge. this is out of hayward heading into foster city. all due to an accident that was right at the foster city
boulevard. we just jumped into the yellow with under 20 minutes out of hayward to foster city. you can see traffic with the brake lights there. 880, we are encountering the are you, the slow youngs. we also have an accident in san leandro near davis street so your ride from 238 towards highway 84 about 15 minutes. not a fun stretch. if you are making your way northbound up towards the bay bridge toll plaza no delays there. but once you get to the maze it's 20 minutes into san francisco. eastshore freeway still in the green. let's check with roberta now on the forecast. 67 degrees yesterday in half moon bay to 92 degrees in concord. it's going to be much hotter today away from the bay. and even bayside right there, you're looking at the bay. we are going to see easily 80 degrees east of the bay bridge. and in san francisco, 71 degrees. that's pretty stellar. here's the view from mount vaca where the sun is making an appearance. we are now in the 50s and low 60s. the winds have been under 10 miles per hour for the most
part. and again, later today, they will increase 10 to 20 miles per hour. three things to remember today. our temperatures are going to jump. and then we will hit 100 degrees staying above average inland all the way through the weekend. 60s to 99 degrees. complete forecast 48 after the hour but first, here's michelle and anne. thank you. a lawsuit that blames three tech giants for the 2015 terror attack in paris goes to federal court in oakland today. the family of a california woman killed by terrorists says the companies provided material support to isis. kpix 5's jessica flores joins us with details. >> reporter: that's right. it's shaping up to be a legal showdown here in oakland at the federal courthouse. the big question today, can these companies be held liable for what users post on their platforms? that's what a judge will have to decide today if this case against twitter google and
facebook can move forward. the lawsuit was filed in 2016. the family of 23-year-old nohemi gonzalez filed the lawsuit. she was the only american killed in the 2015 terrorist attacks in paris that left 130 people dead. the lawsuit claims that the social media companies knowingly permitted the "islamic state" to spread propaganda, radicalize and recruit, which the lawsuit argues allowed the terrorists groups to carry out the paris attack. facebook, twitter and google say they worked to remove terrorist content and frankly any content that violates terms when they are made aware of it. twitter says the lawsuit is without merit. now, if this case moves forward it would have broader implications for other cases because so far, federal law has protected these companies streeting the websites like the printing press or postal service, not responsible for information that comes across the platform. still, the lawyer for the family says they are not suing over the content, but, rather, suing the company for providing
the infrastructure that has allowed isis to grow. this case starts at 11 a.m. here in oakland at the federal courthouse. it will be closely watched to see if the judge throws it out. jessica flores, kpix 5. transgender activists and supporters in new york and san francisco took to the streets to protest president trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military last night. dozens gathered in the castro, many reflecting on harvey milk's fight for rights in the 1970s. in a series of tweets yesterday, president trump wrote: readiness, this was about unit cohesion, this was about ces with military." mr. trump ransgender individuals would burden the >> this is about military readiness, this is about unit cohesion. this is about resources within the military. >> mr. trump says transgender individuals would burden the military with tremendous medical costs but a 2016 study found those costs would add less than $9 million to the
more than half trillion dollars defense budget. several thousand more are in the reserves. as the world anticipates another missile test from north korea, tensions are getting higher on the korean peninsula. the u.s. defense official says another launch could happen within a week. this after a first successful test earlier this month of an intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach alaska! this week the cia director mike pompeo talked about the need for a regime change in north korea. >> it would be a great thing to get those weapons off the peninsula but the dangerous thing is the character who holds control of them today. >> north korea said should the u.s. dare to show even the slightest sign of attempts to remove our supreme leadership, we'll strike a merciless blow at the heart of the u.s. with our powerful nuclear hammer. the house of representatives just passed a bill authorizing new sanctions against north korea. the senate is now expected to vote on that bill in the coming
weeks. republican congressman steve scalise is out of the hospital six weeks after being shot and critically wounded. scalise was discharged tuesday and is now starting intensive inpatient rehabilitation. medstar washington hospital says scalise is in good spirits and is looking to return to congress once his rehab ends. scalise was shot june 14 when a man opened fire on a congressional republican baseball practice in virginia. the suspect was killed by police on the scene. four other people were injured. just one week after a deadly police-involved shooting, minneapolis police are making changes to their body camera policy. starting this saturday, officers will have to activate body-worn cameras on every call they respond to and this comes after justine damond was killed by officer mohamed noor after calling 911 to report a possible sexual assault. neither noor nor his partner had a body camera on at the time and no dashcam video. >> after the time and money and
energy we put into making sure body cameras were in place, we did not have body camera footage in an incident where it mattered a great deal. >> the police department had been reviewing its body camera policy before damond was killed. closer to home, the santa cruz police department is planning to start a one month trial of body cameras on some of its officers. 11 officers volunteered to wear these cameras during the month long trial that starts tomorrow. some officers will start training with those cameras today. the police department says if the trial is a success, the cost to outfit the entire department with body cameras would be $390,000. tragedy at the ohio state fair when a ride malfunctioned leaving one man dead and several injured. kpix 5's katie nielsen is live in santa cruz where the exact same ride is at the boardwalk. what's the? >> reporter: this morning, investigators will actually be checking out the fireball ride here at the santa cruz
boardwalk. you can see it right behind me. it's the white a-frame just on the other side of the big dipper roller coaster. it is the exact same ride made by the exact same company as the one involved in the ohio incident. now, we do want to warn you, this video is graphic. this is cell phone video of the moment the fireball ride at the ohio state fair broke throwing riders through the air. one man is dead and seven others injured. investigators are already working to figure out what caused the ride to come apart. state fair officials say the ride was inspected before it opened. there's a similar ride at the sacramento state fair that officials have now shut down in wake of the incident in ohio. it's not the exact same ride. but it was manufactured by the same company out of holland. inspectors will be going over that ride today as well to ensure it is safe before it reopens to the public. >> our rides are not running until they tell us what happened in ohio and the factory tells us it's okay to
operate. >> reporter: great america has a similar ride to fireball but it's staying open. it was made by a different manufacturer. it's important to note that the rides in both ohio and sacramento are portable. the one here in santa cruz is permanently installed. live in santa cruz, katie nielsen, kpix 5. the battle continues meantime over a marijuana shop in san francisco. it just got approval to open in the sunset district. but one group is appealing that decision. kpix 5's jackie ward is live where it could eventually open with the latest. >> reporter: yeah. as you know, this location has already gotten a lot of attention because if it opens this would be the first and only medical cannibis dispensary in the sunset district. but that's exactly what a group called the pacific justice institute is trying to prevent. and they are filing an appeal. the pj i is known for its anti- lgbt and conservative christian views. they say the project is less
than 600 feet from a preschool and church and even violates state law. former oakland mayor jean quan and her husband, a doctor, say this group has subjected this neighborhood to a campaign of misinformation. >> opened the first bilingual by culture dispensary to serve our neighbors one that will help chinese speaking patients in their language. >> reporter: the dispensary will be sponsored by apothecarium which has a branch on market street in san francisco already. they are trying to distance themselves from pji and said: >> we expect to hear from pji this morning at 11:30. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. a crackdown on tobacco sales in antioch. the city council tenth till approved and ordinance --
tentatively approved an ordinance that prohibited businesses that specialize in selling tobacco products. it won't apply to two types of retailers if they meet certain requirements. gas station convenience stores where tobacco products make up less than 20% of the sales floor, or stores larger than 5,000 square feet. time is 6:11. up in flames! the firefight under way to stop fast-moving flames that are threatening dozens of buildings this morning. >> from the kpix weather center, question is: can a hurricane affect the bay area? and the answer is yes! i'll show you how. >> a foggy ride for drivers across the golden gate bridge. we're also tracking some major slowdowns along 880 and highway 92. we'll have all the details, the butch and the travel times coming up. >> plus, in our tech report, the new project apple and cochlear set to release to help those with hearing loss.
lifted, as crews continue to battle a wildfire. the fire has burned 154 acres near ranch camp road - in mount "aukum" . mandatory evacuations are lifted in el dorado county as crews batsle a 154-acre wildfire near ranch camp road. that's near mount occam. 40 to 50 structures are threatened. the fire is 15% contained. crews and homeowners are trying to keep it at bay. >> it's outpacing how fast ground crews can get in there. >> we got the animals out of here. we got the family out of here and just kind of been protecting the house. >> the homeowner says that he has also set up a couple sprinklers on the roof to try to protect his home. in southern california, firefighters are keeping an eye on any hot spots on a brush fire in burbank.
it burned about 10 acres in the vertigo mountains foothills. cal fire says the fire started near a popular hiking trail around 4 p.m. yesterday. crews were able to get it contained. no structures are threatened at this time. and evacuation orders are lifted. more than half of californians believe it is very important for the state to be a leader in the fight against climate change. according to a poll from the public policy institute of california, 76% of adults support a legislative effort to power all of the state's electricity grid through renewable sources like wind or solar. and that includes 81% of democrats, 53% of republicans. the poll surveyed more than 1700 adults in the state. this new data comes a few days after the governor signs a bill to extend california's "cap & trade" agreement until 2030. that law puts a cap on the state's overall greenhouse gas emissions and requires companies to buy permits in order to release pollution into the air. we have been looking outside all morning long at some views and we saw some fog
earlier. what's going on with that? >> it's a typical summertime weather pattern. we have the fog and low clouds along the coast. you also have a lot of drizzle. making you use windshield wipers on highway 1. we have thick overcast along the bay. we also have right there, sunrise in the mount vaca area. air temperatures in san francisco, santa rosa just dipped to 52. meanwhile, it's 62 degrees in san jose. alan hughes in lower lake, he reports 62 degrees this morning. clear skies. barometer on the rise. and this is after realizing a high yesterday of 100 degrees. and we thank you, alan, for that report. it's vitally important because you're one of the hottest location around our microclimates. we have this area of low pressure. it's now beginning to push out as high pressure over the four corners states has been there for two weeks is now retrograding.
it will warm us up. it's going to heat up the atmosphere and lower the humidity and we are going to be unseasonably warm to hot away from the bay all the way through the weekend. now, one thing because of the hot weather, people are going to be flocking to the beaches. that yellow highlighted area all south-facing beaches. we have a beach hazard statement in effect, dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves lapping onshore. choppy surf, as well. it's all caused by hurricane hilary about 800 off the coast of mexico. it's trying to make tracks towards hawaii but that's irwin right there. that's tropical storm greg causing some flood advisories around oahu. but that hurricane is affecting our surf in northern california. onshore 99 sacramento, 102 fresno, 80 high sierra where currently it's 46. sunrise is at 6:08. already saw it in the mount vaca area. temperature-wise, nearly 70 at rockaway beach in the "banana belt" in pacifica otherwise cooler in half moon bay at 65
degrees. 70s to nearly 80 around the bay. 80s nearly 90 in redwood city. your extended forecast calls for 100 in brentwood and discovery bay. and just about either side of 100 degrees all the way through wednesday. jaclyn? thank you. and right now, we are tracking a slow ride if you are making your way out the door right now and heading towards 880. it was it looks like in san lorenzo. this is near paseo grande overcrossing. traffic is coming to a stop in some of the lanes. problems along the stretch including a pepsi truck is blocking the industrial parkway on-ramp to 880. heads up there. your ride towards the san mateo bridge is slow. slow hayward to foster city due to n aearlier accident no longer blocking lanes. 16 minutes southbound 880 and your ride across the san mateo
bridge just over 20 minutes. it's about 23 minutes so "slow, stop, go." give yourself some extra time. thank you. google is making changes to its search engine. within the last few weeks the tech giant started fading out instant search results. a spokesman said the company is removing the feature to improve searches across all its platforms. last week, the company announced a new personalized feed to keep users more engaged with search. apple and cochlear are launching the first hearing implant made for an iphone. the fda has approved cochlear's processor which can now stream sound directly from a compatible iphone, ipad or ipod to a patient's surgically embedded sound processor. the device also allows customers with the implant to control and customize sounds directly from their apple device. facebook is now used by 2 billion people per month.
the social media company had previously announced the milestone but just released the number as part of its 2nd quarter earnings release making it official. we also learned that the company brought in over $9 billion in revenue in the last three months. 87% of that revenue comes from its mobile platform. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, jose canseco is finally off the hook this morning for using his head last night. we'll show you why that is. and why this is the most dubious handshake of the night. folks in brentwood, stay tuned. >> and we want to know what's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we ma y feature your camp on the thursday morning show. it's 6-- whoa!
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melvin brought out casilla. justin smoked two-run bomb game tied and then on the very next pitch casilla served up the game winner to morales. casilla's sixth blown save the year. but the good news? former kpix 5 sports intern joe biagini got the win for the jays. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. eral of his campaign promises: a new poll shows his approval rating dropping in california. it is 6:26. as president trump works to fill several of his -- fulfills several of his campaign promises, a new poll shows his approval rating dropping in california. >> reporter: a lawsuit against facebook, twitter and google heads to federal court today claiming the tech giants are helping terrorists. that story coming up.
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but first we start with that y at the ohio state fair - i heard a girl scream help and i look over and i seen her fly out. and then i seen it flat on the ground. >> people thrown into the air after a ride malfunctioned in a ohio. this morning, the precaution that california rides are taking in the wake of the accident. >> these inmates recorded themselves breaking out of jail. we'll show you exactly how they escaped before police caught up with them. plus, another battle brewing inside the white house. the new suggestion coming from president trump's communications director this morning. >> but first, we start with that tragedy at the ohio state fair. a ride broke down killing a man and leaving several others hurt. it is thursday, july 27. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. it is 6:30. kpix 5's katie nielsen is live in santa cruz where that exact
same ride is at the boardwalk. katie, what's happening there this morning? >> reporter: this morning, in just a few hours, inspectors will be here in santa cruz checking out the fireball ride. you can actually see it right behind me. it's a white a-frame just on the other side of the big dipper roller coaster. it is the exact same ride made by the exact same company as the one involved in the ohio incident. now, we want to warn you, the video we are about to show you is very graphic. this is the ride breaking in the ohio state fire, one man dead, 7 others injured. investigators are working to figure out what caused the ride to come apart. state fair officials say the ride was inspected before it opened. there's a similar ride at the sacramento state fair that officials shut down after the ohio incident. it's not exactly the same ride but made by the same company out of holland. inspectors will be going over
that ride today as well to ensure it's safe before it reopens. >> going down the highway bouncing. >> a crack may develop in travel? >> it could develop in travel. >> reporter: great america has a similar ride to fireball, but it is staying open. that's because it was made by a different company. now, it is important to note that the rides involved in the incident in ohio and the one in sacramento are both portable rides where the fireball ride here in santa cruz is permanently installed. reporting live in santa cruz, katie nielsen, kpix 5. time now 6:32. let's take a live look outside this morning. gorgeous shot there on the left- hand side of your screen. that is the sunrise as shown from our sutro tower camera and on the right, not as pretty a picture, 880 in oakland where the traffic is beginning to stack up this morning. i had to use my windshield wipers a little bit on the way to work but it looks like that's clearing. >> no, not so much around the
coast. we are still picking up the condensation, it's the drizzle fronter very deep marine layer that's roughly about 2500 feet deep this morning. so that takes a while to clear out along the coast and we'll see a hint of some partial clearing at the daly city area as well as colma and anything just west of mound davidson partial clearing. otherwise full sunshine later in pacifica. the bayview from the kpix 5 studios, yeah, we have that view from our studios. we are so blessed! there is the port of oakland. i wanted to share this one more time with you because this is the scene from sutro tower up 950 feet looking due east. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. later today, we are taking about a huge jump in our temperatures inland. pretty seasonal bay and coastside, otherwise temperatures from nearly 70 in pacifica low 70s pristine san francisco, 99 in concord and livermore. so jaclyn, when it's 99 in
livermore, you know it's going to be 100 in pleasanton. full forecast 48 after the hour, first of all how busy are you? >> oh, it's very busy out there. things are heating up on the roads. thursday morning commute in full effect. we are looking at the foot of the maze. this is right near the berkeley curve where 580, 880/92 and 80 all meet as you make your way towards the toll plaza. now, we have reports of an accident involving a couple of cars and a motorcycle. definitely not a good spot to be blocking lanes. so just a heads up if you are heading in that direction. be prepared for delays. your ride continues to be very slow heading into san francisco in the red 22-minute ride and hey, that eastshore freeway starting to show some brake lights as well, 25 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you, jaclyn. a court ruling in san francisco today could help speed up construction of the state's high-speed rail project. that project has faced numerous
lawsuits alleging violations of the environmental quality act. they could rule if the state supreme court rules that federal law preempts the state act. the executive director of the growers association of marijuana says the state is producing too much marijuana. he says the growers are producing 8 times the amount being consumed. at a meeting in sacramento yesterday, he warned there could be pressure to reduce crops under new state regulations. the rules will ban exports after january 1. in san francisco, there is a push to keep a controversial dispensary closed. it got approval in the sunset district. a group is appealing the decision. jackie ward reports. >> reporter: yeah. that's right, michelle and anne. this would be the only medical cannibis dispensary in the sunset district if plans to open it don't get blocked by a
group called the pacific justice institute. pji has been called a hate group by the southern poverty law center. and its anti-lgbt and conservative christian views, it says it has signatures from 40% of the property owners within 300 feet of the future dispensary site and who are worried about how close the school and church are to this site. this isn't the first time people who live around 32nd and noriega have expressed concerns. >> i do not think all san francisco residents need marijuana for their sickness. i wonder if this is because there is a big profit for the owners. >> exposure of marijuana to the grandchildren when walking around in the family oriented area. >> reporter: the dispensary will be run by former oakland mayor jean quan and her doctor
husband. he already serves as a medical adviser for apothecarium the business that sponsors the new dispensary and that has a branch on market street. the apothecarium people want nothing to do with pji! they claim that group is instilling fear among the people in the neighborhood and the change that potentially is coming. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. after two failed attempts in 24 hours to repeal obamacare, republican senate leaders are working to pass a slimmed down bill and the president putting on the pressure this morning tweeting, come on, republican senators! you can do it on healthcare! after seven years, this is your chance to shine. don't let the american people down! the new skinny repeal would abolish just a few of the key elements of obamacare including mandates that forces people to buy insurance. the budget office determined 16 million americans would lose coverage president trump is considering the possibility of appointing a new attorney general while the senate is
away on recess if attorney general jeff sessions resigns. the "washington post" reports he discussed it with his adviser as he publicly criticized sessions over the past week. the president told the "new york times" last week that he would have picked someone else had he known that sessions would recuse himself from the russia investigation. the drama might not be the only battle brewing in the white house. this tweet from anthony scaramucci the new white house communications director reads: of chief of staff reince preibus... *politico p scaramucci's ncial disclosure form t... it's important e that those forms are p information... so 's not a felony. scaramuc deleted the >> politico published scaramucci's financial disclosure formulas night. and it is important to note that those forms are public information. so that's not a felony. scaramucci later deleted that tweet and denied that he was implying that priebus should be investigated. that comes as a new poll
shows president trump's approval rating has hit a new low in california. the public policy institute of california says only 25% of californians think the president is doing a good job. that's down from 30% in january. three tech giants are accused of helping terrorists carry out the 2015 attacks in paris. the family of a california woman killed by terrorists says the companies provided material support to isis. kpix 5's jessica flores has the details. >> reporter: that's right. that lawsuit is here in oakland in federal court and it's shaping up to be a legal showdown. because the big question here is whether or not the tech companies can be held liable for what users post on their platforms. the judge will decide if the lawsuit against google, facebook and twitter moves forward. it was brought bright family of
23-year-old nohemi gonzalez the only american killed in the 2015 terrorist attack in paris. that left 130 people dead. the lawsuit claims that the social media companies knowingly permitted the "islamic state" to spread propaganda and recruit, which the lawsuit argues allowed those terrorists groups to carry out the attacks. now, facebook, twitter and google say they all work to remove any of that content that violates their terms and twitter says the lawsuit is without merit. if this case moves forward, it would have broader implications because so far, federal law has protected these companies treating the websites like the printing press or the postal service not responsible for the content that moves across the platforms. again, this will be close which watched here at oakland federal courthouse. it's set to begin at 11 a.m. people will want to see if the judge to see out the case. live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. time 6:40. get ready for new security rules the next time you fly.
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charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning. time for a look at what's coming up on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning. >> good morning. we're in columbus, ohio with the latest details on the ride malfunction that killed one person at the ohio state fair. we'll talk with john dickerson about the investigation into white house leaks and meet the man behind the tsa's popular instagram account. how he gained a following by
showing what people try to bring on planes. you will be amazed. everything from shrunken voodoo head to throwing stars. all that plus the eye-opener your world in 90 seconds. see you at 7:00. >> always amazing to see what people think they can get away with. all right, charlie. we will see you at 7:00. have a great day. >> thank you. tomorrow, tesla handing over the first group of model 3s to their owners. it's unclear how the cars will make their debut. but the company tweeted you can watch a live stream starting at 8:45 tomorrow night. the model 3 is known as tesla's affordable electric car. the price tag start at $35,000. amazon is looking to go on a hiring spree. the company says it plans to hire for 50,000 open positions. so it's holding a job fair next wednesday at 10 fulfillment centerses across the country. they are calling it amazon jobs day and says it will may thousands of on the spot job offers to candidates who apply
during the fair. a couple of local tech giants received drastically different earnings reports and more americans are filing for unemployment. >> joining us now with all the details, kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning, anne and michelle. facebook's earnings were a real eye-opener. in the 2nd quarter, the company's profits soared 71% higher to $3.9 billion. its revenue up about 45% to $9.3 billion. and facebook's global user base has now topped $2 billion. that's up 17% from a year ago. as a result its stock is up 5% to an all-time high. facebook market cap right now at $480 billion. that's $140 billion more than exxon. it's a vastly different story for twitter. the san francisco firm reported earnings that did top expectations. but the revenue is down about 4.5% from a year ago. more importantly to investors, user growth didn't grow as much as expected in the 2nd quarter after the surprisingly strong
gain in the 1st quarter that led to a big stock rally for twitter. rising about 25% from the middle of april, until this earnings report today stock down 13% in the early going. some key economic reports in include the labor market. the labor department says initial jobless claims were up 10,000 to 244,000, the biggest single week increase since late may. the stock market in record territory again for all three indices. dow is up 58. nasdaq up 26. s&p up 3. back to you. >> thank you. 13. jaclyn has been busy this morning. a lot of hot spots on the roads. >> yes. lots. and we're actually tracking our first crash in the south bay. it's been quiet there. we have seen a lot of activity on our bay bridge and san mateo bridge. but now an accident along northbound 87. this is right near curtner.
it's blocking at least one lane and it's definitely backing things up. speeds drop below 35 miles per hour. so give yourself some time. if you are making your way across the dumbarton bridge, we're tracking a crash that looks like two cars are involved and it's over in the center divide. chp as well as other crews on the scene, the san mateo bridge has been a tough ride. and 880 continues to be very slow as you make your way out of san lorenzo towards highway 84 there. we are in the red tracking a travel time just under 25 minutes. 680 in the yellow. san mateo bridge still dealing with the residual delays due ton earlier problem near foster city boulevard. that's been cleared. but 26 minutes from 880 to 101. over at the bay bridge toll plaza "slow, stop, go," yes, that's the name of the game this morning. 25-minute ride from the carquinez bridge to the maze. another 25 from the maze into san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. let's check in with roberta now on the forecast. >> imagine the marine layer roughly about 2500 feet deep
because of this delays at sfo up to about an hour on some arriving flights. a little drizzle around the rim of the bay. just love this view. got to share it with you one more time. this is the compressed deck of clouds as seen from sutro tower. so we are up about 900 feet in elevation looking towards mount diablo where it's obviously clear in the east bay. livermore 60. clear skies. san jose overcast, 62. we have the overcast conditions along the seashore and into the bay. alan hughes has clear skies in lower lake. he wanted to feature alan because he is reporting 62 after a high yesterday 100 degrees. alan, you're one of the hottest spots in the area so thank you so much for checking in with us. the departure of the area of low pressure is going to allow this high pressure over the four corners states, which has been there for over two weeks, to retrograde, move due west, and lift to the north as it encompasses northern
california. we'll heat up the atmosphere. it's going to dry us out as well so humidity goes down as the temperature goes up. so a lot of people are going to want to flock to the beaches but be careful. we have three things going on over the waters this. here is tropical storm greg. and it's approaching the hawaiian islands. not going to do much but provide rain. then erwin not sure what it's doing but hurricane hilary is churning up all of california's beach surf that's facing south. and that includes us with the a beach hazard statement in effect for dangerous swells, lapping sneaker waves. heading to santa cruz, nearly 80 at the sand. 64 degrees water temperature. but poor surf. around the state of california today, 99 sacramento. 102 fresno. sunrise at 6:08. and today's temperatures 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. 99 concord, clayton and walnut creek. 100 brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay. winds up to 20.
just about up to 100 each day through wednesday, a heat wave. >> another one. thank you. newly released video shows exactly how three southern california inmates escaped from their cells and ended up here in san francisco. they filmed their jail break as you can see here. they went through an air vent and multiple plumbing tunnels. the three men escaped from the men's central jail in santa ana in january. after they made it out, they kidnapped a cab driver to get to santa cruz. two of them headed north to the bay area and they filmed along the way. the fugitives were taught by san francisco police department in the haight and now they are describing the cab driver they held hostage as a hero. right now, berkeley police are looking for two burglars who allegedly took $25,000 worth of electronics from the uc-berkeley graduate school of journalism in the middle of the night last monday. take a good look at these surveillance images.
police are hoping someone will recognize them. investigators believe the suspects entered the building through an unlocked window. if you have information, call the police. a deadly accident in an ohio state fair leads to the closure of one ride here in santa cruz. we'll explain why coming up. >> plus, the fallout coming this morning following president trump's decision to stop transgender service members. who are these people?
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evening/ not running and not going to what happened after a deadly accident at the ohio state fair, the fireball ride here in santa cruz has been shut down. you can actually see it right behind me. right now, we're seeing some of the inspections going on that happen every day. the reason why, this is the
exact same ride made by the same company as the one involved in the ohio incident. we do want to warn you the video you're about to see is graphic. this is cell phone video of the moment the fireball ride at the ohio state fair broke, throwing riders through the air. one man is dead, seven others injured. investigatessers are working to figure out the cause of the ride to come apart. state fair officials say the ride was inspected before it was opened. there is a similar ride at the sacramento state fair that's shut down. it's not the exact same ride, but it was manufactured by the same company out of holland. inspectors will be looking over that ride today to ensure it's safe before it reopens to the public. >> our ride is not running? >> it's not running until they tell us what happened in ohio and the factory tells us it's okay to operate. >> reporter: great america has a similar ride to fireball but it is staying open because it was made by a different manufacturer. now, it is important to note that the rides in both the ohio
incident and the one in sacramento are portable rides where the one here in santa cruz is fixed and permanent. in santa cruz, katie nielsen, kpix 5. it is 3 minutes before 7:00. time for your "final 5. transgender activists and supporters in new york and san francisco took to the streets to protest president trump's ban on transgender people serving in the military. he says transgender individuals burden the military with medical costs. a study estimates there are between 2500 and 7,000 transgender service members on active duty. after 2 failed attempts in 24 hours to repeal obamacare republican senate leaders are working to pass a slimmed down bill. the new skinny repeal would abolish just a few of the key elements of obamacare. the congressional budget office has determined 16 million americans would lose health insurance. newly released video shows just how three southern california inmates broke out of their cell and wound up
snacking on bananas right outside a san francisco whole foods. the fugitives were eventually caught by sfpd in the upper haight. the battle continues over a marijuana shop in san francisco. it got approval to open in the sunset district but today the pacific justice institute plans to appeal that decision. new security rules will be in place at u.s. airports within the next few weeks. the tsa says any electronic item larger than a phone will have to be put into a separate bin during screening. that includes tablet computers, ereaders and hand- held game consoles. and we are tracking delays for drivers heading through the south bay. an accident along northbound 87 has traffic backed up to 101. this is right near curtner avenue. speeds drop below 15 miles per hour. the dumbarton bridge dealing with delays. it is still in the green, 16 minutes from 880 to 101. but a crash near paseo padre slow, "slow, stop, go" along that -- heading through
hayward. 27 minutes on down towards 84. san mateo bridge, slow northbound 101 approaching the 280 split. you're dealing with major delays. it's slow no matter which way you go. roberta? >> thanks, jaclyn. good morning, everybody. rise and shine! and look what will greet you around the bay this morning for your thursday. it is a deep layer of low clouds and fog roughly 2500 feet deep causing some delays at sfo. even a little bit of localized drizzle. another aerial view this time from sutro tower looking east. help me, i'm drowning! oh!! no! that's just the "salesforce tower." [ laughter ] >> oh, no! [ laughter ] >> it stands 1,000 feet tall and gives you a good idea how compressed the deck of the marine layer is -- it's okay, "salesforce tower." you'll have lots of sunshine today. everybody will. back to the coast, 68 nearly 70 in pacifica. nearly 100 degrees in concord today. it will be 100 at the delta. hundreds through next thursday. cbs this morning is coming up next. have a great day.
- topic two ♪ good morning, it is thursday july 27th, 2017. welcome to cbs this morning. passengers are sent to the air. investigators want to note how the ride passed multiple safety inspectio inspections. >> thousands of transgender military members wondering what's next after president trump sweeping ban. niamey carry out a new missile tests today to see if