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the left-hand side, you can see a roof cam of the beautiful bay bridge and on the right, oh!! we have been talking about the morning commute starting earlier and earlier. and there you see the proof. jaclyn's "diamonds and rubies." >> that's right. >> that's a positive outlook on it. [ laughter ] >> 21 years ago when i started this show, there used to be absolutely nobody on the roads when i was coming in at "zero dark thirty" and now it's a gentsle flow at 2:30, 2:45 a.m. and up your job cut out for you. >> absolutely. you wonder what everyone is doing? going to work! >> they are getting ready for this. this is big, beautiful and smelly, the gilroy garlic festival! it's all weekend long. jaclyn is going to update you on what she believes the traffic woes will be heading into gilroy because you know what that's like. into the 80s and 90s. looking out at sfo, we have
overcast skies. good morning, everyone. 50s and 60s. it's just not cloudy everywhere. we have those clouds right there right now stacked up at the coast. saturating the bay even marching inland a good 60 miles towards the santa rosa area. overcast now in san jose. clearing out to the abundance of sunshine. and 90 degrees. just a couple of degrees cooler than yesterday but we're talking about 100 pretty much for the next 7 days. we'll pinpoint the hottest days coming up at 5:18 but let's say good morning to jaclyn. >> good morning. as roberta was saying, the traffic along 101 if you are heading down to the gilroy garlic festival, expect delays along the stretch but many folks coming as far as stockton or the sacramento areas, so you can expect delays along 580 making your way in 680 or 880. be prepared for lots of extra congestion in that area. right now, we are tracking an accident northbound 101 at
trimble road. crash is on the shoulder, no delays. crash on southbound 280 at farm hill boulevard but we are seeing a backup out of san francisco down into san mateo county along southbound 280. no reports of any accidents and no reports of any roadwork along that stretch. other than that, quiet for folks out of hayward to foster city. it was a dramatic night on capitol hill in a surprising turn the senate failed to pass the so-called skinny healthcare bill. three republican senators cast the votes that made the difference. and jackie ward joins us now to tell us what's next for obamacare. >> it was a late-night in washington. that's for sure. president trump already calling those three voters out on twitter. here's what he said. three republicans and 48 democrats let the american people down. as i said from the beginning, let obamacare implode. then deal. watch. these are the three republicans who voted against the bill. of arizona senator john mccain,
senator lisa murkowski of alaska, and senator susan collins of maine. so this is how it went down last night. the senate debated the so- called "skinny repeal" bill on the senate floor. that was introduced by senator mitch mcconnell. the bill would have only stripped away parts of the affordable care act. republican leaders said they were not trying to replace the aca, rather this bill would have been a placeholder to trigger negotiations. but in a 51-49 vote, the bill failed. >> this is, you know, clearly a disappointing moment. now, imagine many of our colleagues on the other side are celebrating. >> we are not celebrating. we are relieved. >> reporter: nancy pelosi said: now, congress must finally pivot to the long overdue bipartisan work to update and improve the fordable care act .. and to continue to lower am s' health costs." it's uncl the house will the house g- us was ex convene to figure ou steps this morning .. but that w ore the latest bill d. the u-s senate assed a bill to impose new ons on
russia. >> reporter: it's unclear what the house will do next. the house gop caucus was expected to convene to figure out next steps this morning. but that was before the latest bill failed. the u.s. senate has passed a bill to impose new sanctions on russia. the bill limits the kinds of business energy companies can do with russia and gives congress new powers to block the president from easing sanctions. it's unclear whether president trump will sign the bill but congress would almost certainly override a presidential veto. this morning, moscow retaliated by ordering a reduction in the number of u.s. diplomats in russia. and closing down an american recreation retreat outside the russian capital. a plan to spend $1.6 billion on a wall along the u.s./mexico border is moving forward. house lawmakers voted to approve the plan as part of a massive $658 billion defense spending measure. the wall was a key part of president trump's campaign. he also promised that mexico would pay for it. there could be problems when the plan gets to the senate due to spending caps. a legal battle brewing over
the oakland raiders plan to relocate to las vegas. kpix 5's jessica flores live at raiders headquarters in alameda to explain how fans are trying to fight back. >> reporter: good morning. well, it could be an uphill legal battle for those fans. they formed a group called forever oakland. they are going to do whatever they can to keep the raiders local and today, they are asking the group that runs the coliseum to stand behind them and support them in a potential lawsuit. now, today that meeting kicks off between oakland-alameda coliseum authority. they will hear the presentation of the forever oakland initiative. they will discuss all their legal options and the fans are basically trying to block the raiders' move by suing to keep the team's name and colors in oakland. it's the same strategy that forced the cleveland browns to change names to become the baltimore ravens. the raiders will move in 2020 to las vegas. the forever oakland group has
enlisted an attorney who sued the nfl before. jessica flores, kpix 5. happening today, attorneys for one of the men charged in the deadly oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people will ask the judge to significantly reduce his bail. max harris has been held on more than $1 billion bail since -- or $1 million since his arrest last month. he and derick ion almena the master tenant at the ghost ship warehouse each face voluntary manslaughter charges for the december 2 fire. prosecutors say harris held the landlord to rent places in the building. we have new information about a crime spree in the east bay. four suspects were arrested for breaking into more than 50 cars last week. several cars were damaged outside a hampton inn in brentwood. one cast war stolen and dozens of others damaged in livermore. two men and two underaged boys were arrested.
police released the adult mugshots. they are both 20 years old and have ties to oakland. later today, the golden gate bridge authority could take another step forward getting the 80-year-old toll plaza a face-lift. that's where we find kpix 5's katie nielson. it's more than just anesthetic update. right? >> reporter: that's right. the bridge authority says the current toll collecting equipment is outdated and needs to be updated. that's why later today, the board of directors will vote on whether to hire an oakland- based engineering firm to help redesign the look and function of the toll plaza. the current design would house updated equipment that would work with fastrak transponders from northern and southern california. it would also allow workers to do maintenance without being near traffic and eliminate the outdated tollbooth from between traffic lanes. >> we could put in the same thing we have now or look at new technology and what's going to pave the way for the future.
>> reporter: if approved, it would bring the current cost of the project up to $6.9 million. now, one thing that won't change is that art-deco clock that's at the top of the toll plaza. bridge designers say they will definitely find a place for it in the new toll plaza. live at the golden gate bridge, katie nielsen, kpix 5. today at a handover party, 30 people are set to finally get their hands on the tesla's much hyped model 3. more than 373,000 people had placed deposits on the car last spring but not one of them has been fully informed about when they will get it, which options it will come with, and what price they will ultimately owe. today tesla is expected to clarify some of that fine print. an annual report tracking conditions at lake tahoe suggests that climate change could be leaving its mark. temperatures there are warming 14 times the historic average.
studies out of uc-davis that shows that lake tahoe is warming half a degree fahrenheit each year over four years. it says this month, tahoe is on track to have the highest surface temperature on record. the research says our wet winter did little to stop the rise in temperatures. >> even with all that record flow, that still represents less than 1% of the water in lake tahoe. >> scientists are warning besides temperature changes, tree deaths are also being monitored in the tahoe area. some 30,000 trees died in 2016 compared to half that number the year before. and that of course could present a risk of wildfires. time now is 5:09. bay area environmentalists are up in arms over a plan to ship more oil through the bay. >> and why civil unrest in south america could lead to a spike in u.s. gas prices. >> from the kpix weather center, i'll be talking about a
tropical storm and hurricane. and the effect they will have on your weekend weather. >> and traffic looking okay moving well in both directions along 101. this is right near north first street in san jose. but a crash a little further ahead. will that slow you down? find out coming up. who are these people?
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storefront.. barely missing a woman and child. you can see it jum er tried to park surveillance video captured the dramatic moments a truck crashed into a new york storefront barely missing a woman and child. you can see it jumps the curb right there. as the driver tries to park in front of a "99 cent" store, hits the building. no injuries. officials believe the driver had some kind of seizure. he was taken to the hospital to get checked out. more than 100 people have died as a result of civil unrest in venezuela. >> battles raging between the venezuelan try and civilians. trump threatened new sanctions if the president of venezuela
goes ahead with elections scheduled for sunday. the vote is seen as an attempt by him to strengthen his grip on the country. experts believe those sanctions could cause u.s. gas prices to jump by 15 to 25 cents a good morning. environmentalists are sounding the alarm over plans to use more tanker ships at the phillips 66 oil refinery in rodeo. "skydrone5" gives us a look at it. phillips wants to more than double the number of ships that deliver crude oil every year. currently, 59 tankers are allowed to make deliveries to the site on san pablo bay. the new plan would allow for 135 ships. one environmental group says more deliveries would lead to more oil spills in the bay. >> the increase in ship traffic i think increases the potential that a ship will have some sort of catastrophic accident and have a major oil spill. >> phillips says it wants to
rely more on sea deliveries and less land deliveries on the pipeline. public comment is open. weigh in online through august 28th. it is just about 5:15. jaclyn is keeping an eye on the friday morning commute. >> it's already starting to heat up a little bit. we have some accidents, not really causing too many delays but just a heads up, you may see some flashing lights on 280 this morning. southbound direction a crash near edgewood road on the shoulder but do look out for quite a bit of debris reported to be scattered in the roadway from that crash. it's about nine minutes as you make your way from highway 92 down to woodside road. we'll take it a little further south where we have been tracking earlier reports of a crash northbound 101 looks like chp now on the scene and they are saying this is right at highway 87. not trimble. so just a heads up for anyone traveling there. we are seeing no delays, things look great, along 680 and 880 north- or southbound.
the altamont pass the usual crowds not too bad though. you can handle it. speeds drop around 35 miles per hour. once you get into livermore, though, hey, you're back in the green and it's still under 25 minutes between 205 and 680. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights just yet. and we are still in the green in both directions making your way between san francisco and oakland. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. hi, everybody. this is how your friday will greet you at 5:16. overcast skies from san francisco looking east across the bay bridge towards the bright lights of oakland. morning to you, east bay. we have the thin overcast skies burning off. oh, look at that. this is the view from our transamerica pyramid. i had some bright lights and now the low clouds are trickling back into the bay. temperature-wise, 57 degrees in san francisco. this is what happens when you use live data, right? santa rosa at 52. it's 6 he have 2 in san jose. let's say good morning to george hughes, our faithful
weather watcher in san francisco. reporting 55 degrees, partly cloudy skies, the wind up to 15. off the ocean. thanks, george, for checking in with us and for all your duties. the area of low pressure is hanging tight to the coast for several days almost a week is now lifting to the north. it shall dissipate. but what it's doing is allowing this high pressure to retrograde out of the four corners states. it's going to stay planted over the state of california and we'll see unseasonably warm to hot temperatures for several days, at least a good week to come. so meanwhile, we have a lot of activity over the pacific ocean. we have a tropical storm greg. we have tropical storm irwin. and then we have hurricane hilary category 1. and these are all trying to make tracks towards the hawaiian islands but meanwhile, it's churning up our local surf. that's how powerful these storms are. so any of our beaches facing to the south which is a huge highlighted yellow area over the weekend, we do want to remind you we will be seeing
dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves. sure, the breakers are problem matt ek but the main concern are the sneaker waves as you flock to the beach because we're heating up. interior valleys today 104 in fresno just shy of 100 in sacramento. our temperatures coming down a couple of degrees due to the enhancement of the marine layer and more robust west wind but still you'll barely feel the difference. nearly 70 at rockaway beach. we'll see some clearing in half moon bay. not so much in daly city. 76 oakland. low 80s in mountain view to mid- 80s in redwood city. we were yesterday at 99 in livermore today 95 degrees. 98 towards the delta. notice it's just about each and every side of 100 every day through thursday. meanwhile tonight we have the a's playing host to the twins clear skies 63 degrees. it's time for the california state fair in the triple
digits. we have the gilroy garlic festival all weekend. boy, is that some fun in the sun! mid-80s. have a good day but before you go michelle, a new little ditty by jagger? >> yes. i can't wait to hear it. two new songs from jagger in response to the current political climate, he claims. ♪[ music ] mick jagger says: he started writing the songs in apr >> one song is called, got to get a grip. and the other is england lost. he started writing them in april. and he wanted to release them quickly so the message didn't get lost. stephen colbert is working on a new series teaming up with showtime to produce antenna mated series about president trump. >> thank you for joining us, mr. cartoon president. >> i plead "the fifth." [ laughter ] >> this isn't a trial. and i haven't asked you anything. >> just practicing. >> the character has made several appearances on "the late show." the new series will be a comedy
about the president and his family in the white house. there will be ten 30-minute episodes. showtime says it will be swift to keep up with current events. hugh lou is abouthulu improving its line-up. users will be able to watch shows any day of the week, full house, family matters, step by step, perfect strangers and hanging with mr. cooper. good shows. they will be released on a friday, perfect for weekend binge watching. they will be available on september 29. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the ravens have a new quarterback. is it colin kaepernick? the 49ers first day at catch off to a slow start. the new general manager takes some of the blame. his reaction coming up. >> 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. play of the day from major handballer 1: you know what i could go for?
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with dennis. good morning, everybody. ravens coach john harbaugh admitted speaking with colin kaepernick but instead the ravens signed former stanford backup quarterback david olson who last played for the kansas city phantom of the indoor football league. the 49ers first round pick solomon thomas is unsigned as the team begins camp today. the third overall pick out of stanford is one of just 3 first rounders still unsigned and general manager john lynch a fellow stanford alum says this is in part of the learning curve to being a general manager. >> you know, i'm concerned right now. i wish this were done. you know? i think it should be done. i'm disappointed with myself in a certain way that it's not, but i think i'm also learning that this is part of the business, part of the game, and i'm hopeful that we can get it done and, you know, we'll see. we have a couple of hours. [ laughter ] baseball. toronto starter marcus stroman ejected during yesterday's game against the a's. for the second straight day, oakland could not hold a 9th
inning lead. morales ties the game with a homer. and then in the tenth, steve pierce ends it with a walkoff grand slam. blue jays win 8-4 sweeping the four-game series. are you ready for some football? raiders in napa, 49ers in santa clara. big game day coming up sunday night. have a great weekend. play of the day from major league baseball. d-backs and cardinals in st. louis. take a look. >> he is feeling it, too. he is digging himself, now. [ laughter ] >> he may have broken his bat popped up left side and -- did he catch it? did it hold on? he did! what a catch. jake lamb! >> he held on. another look here the catch as he tumbles into the stands. arizona went on to shut out st. louis, thanks in part to your play of the day. the republican party proposes a bill that would
including some right here in the bay area... and one bay area neighborhood is sudd a new push for inspections at nearly 100 dams all over california including some right here in the bay area. >> and one local neighborhood suddenly covered in pink! details on the sticky accident. >> it's the tale about how two tropical storms and a hurricane and how it will affect your weekend weather. we'll tell you the story. >> we have been tracking speeds
"friday light" conditions, but that's all about to change. we are tracking a few hot spots as well as those metering lights are on over at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll take a closer look at that coming up. good morning. it's friday, july 28. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. there is a big battle in washington if you haven't heard. in a surprise turn last night, the republicans failed to pass the healthcare bill. many republicans have pushed to repeal obamacare for years. but they still haven't been able to come up with a plan. jackie ward joins us now to tell us what is next. >> reporter: president trump is not happy this morning. he already tweeted about it saying, quote, three republicans and 48 democrats let the american people down. as i said from the beginning, let obamacare implode. then deal. watch! these three republicans voted against the latest proposed bill, john mccain, lisa murkowski, and susan collins. arizona, alaska and maine. last night they debated the "skinny repeal" bill on the
senate floor to strip away parts of the affordable care act. republicans said they were not trying to replace the aca, rather this bill would have been a placeholder to trigger negotiations. the bill failed in a 51-49 vote. >> your voice counts! and so this takeaway is not only to be relieved that all of those millions of people that were at risk are going to be okay, but the takeaway always for everyone here, you walk away from here with your chin up and your shoulders back, proud of who you are and i'm going to say this also, proud of your country. >> whoo! >> governor brown said: was expected to convene to figure out next steps this >> reporter: the house's next move is unclear. the house gop caucus was expected to convene to figure out next steps this morning. but that was before this latest bill failed. president trump's new communications director is making headlines after he called a reporter to demand the
name of a source and went on a tirade against his white house colleagues. anthony scaramucci went after chief of staff reince priebus over leaks saying, quote, reince is an expletive paranoid schizophrenic. that came after scaramucci implied priebus was the source of leaked classified information about his finances. he also took aim at steve bannon. a leader of the boy scouts america has apologized for a speech that president trump gave to thousands of teenaged scouts this week. president trump broke with tradition by criticizing his political opponents and talking about parties on yachts. yesterday, the chief scout posted an online message saying, quote, i want to extend my sincere apologies to those in our scouting families who were offended by the political rhetoric. a newly released list from the department of water resources stresses nearly 100 spillways in california should
face additional inspections to hold up in major flooding. and of the 93 sites on that list, many are here in the bay area, all of them have been noted for potential structural or geological issues in significant flooding. the crisis at the oroville spillway has inspired this precautionary push. massive evacuations were sparked by a piece coming loose from the spillway and now nine out of 10 dams in santa clara county are on the list for reinspection. but its water district stresses, it's not over any damage. >> they are listed because they are dams in a very highly urbanized area. so any failure of the dam or the spillway could have major impacts. >> just to clarify then, not because there are any flaws that they've noticed? >> that's correct. >> the santa clara water district predicts the assessments on its dams should be done by next year. cal fire officials say we should learn more today about why it rained pink in a sonoma
county neighborhood. look at the scene in windsor yesterday afternoon. about 100 gallons of pink fire retardant covered about a dozen cars, homes and sidewalks in the area. a cal fire tanker plane dropped it just before landing at the sonoma county airport. some firefighters spent the afternoon cleaning up cars. the thick sticky fire retardant is harmless but workers are taking precaution to prevent it from going into storm drains and nearby creeks. there's no fire in the area so it's not clear why the tanker dropped the retardant. >> a big whoopscy. >> yeah, it was. >> i believe also we have several reported fires have been on the scene so we know you can get it off your clothing safely in a washing machine and it is pretty clean if it does go down the storm drains but i really appreciate them trying to hamper that. what a job! [ laughter ] >> they did a job. >> well, okay. good morning, everybody. [ laughter ]
>> just thinking about a story here but it's okay. we'll share that maybe later. outside now, mostly skies at the coast and at the bay. view from mount vaca. clear skies, pretty. 52 in santa rosa for the cool spot. it is now 63 in livermore after realizing a high yesterday of 98 degrees. the winds have been whipping up along the san mateo coast west- northwest 14. otherwise, ten in san francisco. calm in pleasanton and livermore. but a southwest wind at 16 is common around the fairfield area. again, winds later today fluctuating 10 to 20 miles per hour. so we cleared out and then here come the clouds again. there's that clearing yesterday and there's the clouds stacked up at the coast and into the bay this morning. we'll see partial clearing at best in the daly city area. otherwise, we'll have brief sunshine in pacifica. 68 degrees. temperature yesterday in san francisco was 67. today 70. otherwise 93 in santa rosa. it was 90 yesterday in san jose.
same just coming down a couple of degrees in throughout the tri-valley but the temperatures go back up again. we'll have that weekend forecast at 48 minutes after the hour. but right now, jaclyn, do you have weekend plans? >> i do have weekend plans. i'm actually going to go to the treasure island -- the market? the -- >> okay. flea market. >> the flea market! yes. [ laughter ] >> so, um, that's my very first time going. so i'll let you know how it goes. right now, we are tracking a problem in the south bay and it's definitely slowing your ride down. if you are traveling along northbound 101, you have an accident that's right near highway 87. traffic backed up to about 680 at this point. your drive time is looking about 23 minutes from hellyer to san antonio avenue. so that's in the green. but you can see those yellow sensors lighting up our screen. the average cruising speed around 35 miles per hour. an earlier crash no longer causing delays. edgewood easy drive time from
92 to woodside. through the altamont pass, starting to see more brake lights making their way out of tracy. westbound 205 on to westbound 580 livermore looking good. no delays over at the bay bridge toll plaza. an 80-year-old san francisco landmark could get a makeover. today the golden gate bridge authority could be moving closer to approving a design and construction of a new toll plaza. kpix 5's katie nielson live at the bridge this morning with more. >> reporter: so the bridge authority says the current toll collecting equipment is out of date and needs to be updated. that's why the board of directors could vote later today on whether to hire an oakland-based engineering firm to help redesign the look and function of the toll plaza. the current proposed design would house updated equipment that would work with fastrak transponders from northern and
southern california. it would also allow workers to do maintenance without being near traffic and eliminate the outdated tollbooths from between lanes. >> it's also about worker safety because a gantry is a system that workers can come up top and do maintenance without getting in the way of traffic. >> reporter: if approved it would bring the current cost of the project up to $6.9 million. now, the one thing that won't change is the art-deco clock at the top of the toll plaza. they will find a place for it. live at the golden gate bridge, katie nielsen, kpix 5. delta is looking to expand its footprint outside the u.s. hena daniels of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning. happy friday! here on wall street, tech stocks finished lower pulling the s&p and nasdaq off record highs. the dow jones industrial average gained 85 points but the nasdaq lost 40.
>> it's an end of an era for apple. the tech giant is discontinuing the ipod shuffle and nano. neither device could connect to the internet. and they haven't been updated for years. the ipod started in 2001. delta airlines is moving to increase its overseas presence. they are buying 10% stake in the air france klm group. it will allow delta to offer travelers more options on overseas flights. in addition, air france will buy a stake in virgin atlantic of which delta is a major investor. and verizon gets top score for cell phone service. a testing firm ranked the mobile company number one in overall performance, reliability, speed, data and calls. at&t was second, sprint third, t-mobile fourth. hena, dogs are leading more millennials to buy homes? >> reporter: this wasn't too surprising when i heard this. a survey by suntrust mortgage
found more than 40% of millennials in the market for a first home said having a dog or wanting a dog influenced their purchase decision. >> interesting. it's not the kids. it's the dogs. >> reporter: it's the dogs. i know. times are changing. there you go. >> that's pretty good. all right, hena daniels with cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. have a good weekend. 20 minutes now before 6:00. and a backyard barbecue turns into a raging inferno destroying several northern california homes. >> reporter: a legal battle is brewing between raiders fans and the raiders. we'll have the latest coming up.
i'll have your complete forecast in just a few minutes. good morning. rise and shine! welcome to your friday july 28. time check 5:42. isn't it a dramatic view? this is our live weather camera from our kpix 5 studios looking over the embarcadero towards the bay waters. definitely a cloudy start to your day. those clouds are pretty ominous. producing some light drizzle in the early-morning hours. we have summertime weather forecast including the gilroy garlic festival forecast coming up in less than 4 minutes. roberta, thank you. firefighters in clearlake say a backyard barbecue ultimately caused three homes to burn down. a man was cooking dinner on his deck when the fire got away from him. the flames spread to a total of three homes and they are destroyed. several cars and outbuildings also burned. crews were able to get it under control. no one was hurt. thrill rides are shut down across the country while investigators look into a deadly accident at the ohio state fair. a bystander captured the
horrifying moment when a row of seats snapped off the fireball ride. 18-year-old tyler jarrell was killed after flying 50 feet. he had just enlisted in the marines. 7 others were hurt in the accident. there are 6 rides like the fireball here in california. they are all shut down indefinitely. that includes the fireball at santa cruz beach boardwalk and great america in santa clara. the ride in ohio had passed at least three safety inspections prior to the accident. a legal battle is brewing over the oakland raiders plan to relocate to las vegas. kpix 5's jessica flores is live at raiders headquarters in alameda to explain how fans are fighting back. jessica. >> reporter: michelle, well, it's gearing up to be an uphill battle between fans and the raiders. now, the group called forever oakland wants to keep the raiders here and they will do whatever they can to do it potentially file a lawsuit and asking the group that runs the coliseum to stand behind them
in that lawsuit. now, today the oakland-alameda coliseum authority will hear a presentation from forever oakland and will discuss their legal options. they are trying to block the move to las vegas by suing to keep the name and colors in oakland the same strategy that forced the cleveland browns to change names to the baltimore ravens. they have enlisted a high- powered attorney to successfully sued the nfl before. >> i assure you that we are going to do everything we can to ensure that in fact we can continue to have nfl football and as i said hopefully raider nfl football. >> reporter: the raiders are expected to play in oakland for at least two more seasons. the raiders are set to move to las vegas in 2020 moving into a $2 billion stadium there. reporting live, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. in just a few hours, a scent we know all well will
grace the town of gilroy. not me! >> it's time for the gilroy garlic festival. all things garlic gets under way at 10 a.m. tickets for the festival are $20 a day for adults. so it's not cheap. the cost includes music, cooking demonstrations, and, of course, food with all sorts of garlic! a special charter train to the event from caltrain from diridon station and the santa clara valley transportation authority is running a shuttle service which is all good news because traffic getting in there can be a real bear in 101. >> we're already seeing slowdowns already. >> it doesn't open until 10 a.m. >> i have been there. i tried the garlic ice cream. >> no? >> well. to each his own. i wasn't crazy about it. i had to try it. if you go, you have to try it. it's definitely -- something that, um, everyone talks about when you go there. good morning, here's a look at your ride along 101 and 152. you can see slowdowns
approaching the area. so do expect delays. it will get much slower throughout the day and the weekend if you are planning on being on the roads and even if you are not going to the garlic festival, you can expect more crowds along that stretch especially for those heading along 580 and 680. you're likely to see slowdowns for a lot of folks coming out of the stockton and sacramento areas. definitely making their way on down to the annual practice digs. over along 101, we are tracking an earlier accident. still causing a major backup. we have speeds right around 35 miles per hour. this is northbound 101 just past highway 87 there and you can see traffic remains backed up to about 680 at this point. your ride heading through hayward starting to get slow southbound making your way from 238 to highway 92. the altamont pass, the usual crowds. still in the green. 25 minutes between 205 and 680. bay bridge toll plaza, i mentioned earlier those metering lights were on -- no, they are not on. i apologize for that. we are in the green for drivers
making their way from the oakland side on over into san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. for the garlic festival, 86 to 94 degrees. you got to remember with all those grills going, it kind of creates its own microclimates there in gilroy and a little bit of advice to anybody attending from someone who has in the past. when you come back and you circulate within the general population? stand down wind. [ laughter ] >> trust me on that one. because the garlic is going to continue to ooze out of your pores for about three days! live weather camera looking out -- you think i'm kidding, right? i'm not! mostly cloudy skies. there's the port of oakland. visibility is now becoming a little obscured by that lowering ceiling. but we have clear skies in the mount vaca area. after a high yesterday of 98 degrees in livermore, it's 63 now. it was 67 yesterday in san francisco. now 57. we were in the 90s in santa rosa. now in the low 50s. katie, good morning to you in your little love bug there
reporting in hayward. 58 degrees and clear skies. katie, thank you so much. it gives me a good indication of how far inland the clouds have moved this morning. if you have clear skies and 24 hours ago you did not, we have a thinner deck of low clouds. you saw from our live weather camera that it's saturating the bay. so low pressure continues to lift up to the north as high pressure retrogrades and moves in over the state of california and going to state planted there, driving people to the beaches this weekend with the hot weather but we have tropical storms and then this hurricane hilary right here. we have irwin and greg out towards the hawaiian islands churning up the california surf. every, single one of our south- facing beaches in the yellow highlighted areas, please be mindful of dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves just lapping onshore as you flock to the beaches to escape the heat over the weekend. today santa cruz 76 degrees. don't forget the sunblock! some choppy surf out there, as
well. sunrise is at 6:08. and it sets at 8:21. a stellar summer day nearly 70 at rockaway beach today. mid-70s common around the bay. 80s around the peninsula today. 90 in san jose. that's a repeat performance from yesterday. 93 in santa rosa. and mid-90s to the tri-valley area, 98 degrees will be my outside number. that will be at the delta. hey, it was over 100 there yesterday. so every and any side of 100 degrees each and every day through thursday, this not an outrageous heat wave but it's prolonged through thursday. a's at home hosting the twins tonight. clear skies at 7:05. it's the california state fair. 100 degrees over the weekend. smoking hot! and boy, we got some drag- racing going on in sonoma. ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! at 89 degrees, and it's the weekend event of the stern grove festival at golden gate park in the mid-60s.
this is our live weather camera looking from the sutro tower looking at the top of the "salesforce" tower which is 1,070 feet tall. gives you a good indication how deep that marine layer is. we'll have temperatures unseasonably warm away from the bay. right now, 50s, 60s. we'll be climbing to highs today all the way up to 98 degrees inland. take a look at this backup. this is not something we typically see on a friday morning. say good-bye to your "friday light" conditions. we are tracking a crash. this is north 101 at north first street. and this is just the backup. we'll have all the details and travel times coming up. new this morning, we are getting a look at the emergency response following a train
accident at a station in barcelona. 40 people were hurt when the morning commuter train crashed into the bufferrers at the station. emergency responders say one person was seriously injured the rest treated for minor injuries. officials are calling that rush hour crash an accident. right now, oakland police are looking for the robbers who targeted a popular hip-hop duo. surveillance video captured the incident near willow and 11th streets on july 10. the group zion eye was shooting a film when three people took a camera and nearly $90,000 worth of equipment. >> i got sad and more than anything, we were doing a piece about kids in the community and some kids from the community maybe from that community essentially robbed us. >> the group is trying to raise money to finish the project. so far they have gotten a couple of thousand dollars to pay the crew and the deductible for the camera. here's some good news. san francisco has seen a massive drop in smartphone
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fails to pass a look at what's next. >> plus, raiders fans gearing up for a legal battle with the franchise. how they are doing all they can to keep an nfl team in oakland. good morning, everyone. it is friday, july 28. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec. kenny is off. let's start with a look at traffic and weather this morning. and jaclyn, new crash out there on the roads. >> this is the same as the crash along northbound 101 through san jose. it's been a tough ride already this morning. take a look at this backup. this is 101 right at north first street. we typically don't see traffic coming to a stop at this hour. but this is definitely the result of two separate accidents. the first right near highway 87, the second just past brokaw so just a heads up. we have two lanes blocked speeds drop below 20 miles per hour. your cruising time 29 minutes from hellyer to san antonio avenue. take a look at how foggy it