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traffic we are getting a little more breezy throughout the area this morning and we want to show you that. we are noticing gusts 25 to 35 miles an hour this morning. clear and dry out there, though. temperatures will be warm today. we are going to be above average again. we'll show you some of the wind speeds. at this hour, san francisco east northeast winds at 7 miles an hour. fairfield 15-mile-an-hour winds there. by 7:00 a.m., napa, fairfield, all starting to increase with
the wind activity. whenever we get the north northeast winds, this offshore wind is coming off dry land and humidity levels will be dropping. so you'll notice dry conditions out there. when it's dry, windy and warm, it's definitely keeping firefighters on high alert. as far as temperatures right now, 56 degrees in san francisco, 55 in livermore, 46 in oakland and 47 in concord. things are starting to move at the limit again along westbound 580 past 205. but approaching 580, we are still tracking major slowdowns. the metering lights are not on but traffic is starting to build toward the toll plaza.
10 minutes for fast trackers into san francisco this morning. that's a check of your traffic. global markets continue to slide on the heels of historic losses to start the week in the u.s. stocks in asia, europe and australia experienced a downturn overnight. yesterday the dow fell over 1100 points after concern among investors the federal reserve will raise interest rates. economists say they saw it coming. >> very quiet in there, very orderly. i don't think there's anything to panic about. >> the dow and s & p are down right now. president trump returned to the white house last night and his staff says the administration is focused
on the long-term fundamentals of the economy. three people killed overnight have multiple investigations underway this morning. >> reporter: we are waiting to hear back from san josi police about the circumstances surrounding the shooting. take a look at south 1st street, just opened back up to traffic. the investigation is still surrounding this denny's parking lot here. squad cars are blocking this off and there's a crime scene cleanup crew at work there too. we are keeping an eye on that. this centered around the denny's on south 1st street near the walmart. around 10:50 p.m. last night, police received multiple reports of a shooting. when they got here, they found one man and one woman each dead
with at least one gunshot wound. one neighbor nearby heard the gunshots. >> i thought it was fire crackers, then i heard like the third one. i'm like, no, that's gunshot. it was like six or seven shots. i'm like, should i like get down or whatever. we went the other way. >> reporter: so far the identities of the deceased have not been released, nor have the circumstances surrounding the shooting. back out here live, traffic is back open on south 1st street. it was closed throughout the night tonight. we still have the crime scene cleanup crew in the denny's parking lot, and that parking lot is closed off with squad cars out there. we are working to gather more details and we'll bring you the latest as we find out. tonight oakland city council will vote on a measure
that could remove one of their members from a leadership position. the council president could remove or appoint committee members at any time. many believe it's aimed at replacing the chair of the council public safety committee. in december a former black panther leader was awarded $3 million in taxpayer money after brooks allegedly attacked her at a restaurant. security is beefed up in south korea ahead of the 2018 winter olympics. the country is holding drills to prepare for threats of terrorism. they have been holding drills for months, simulating everything from a hostage situation to shooting down a drone about to drop explosives on an olympic venue. >> reporter: the journey of these two teenagers starts here at sfo today, their plane taking off at 10:45 a.m.
this is one of two bay area athletes on board, karen chen of fremont, and she was the u.s. champion last week, winning the bronze in the championships in 2015 and was the u.s. novice championship in 2012. she was battling the flu when she competed, making the victory more hard-fought. >> all these doubts were flying through my head. it was 11:30 and heard the ding and looked at my phone, and there was a text saying congratulations, you made the team. >> reporter: the other local athlete heading out today, 17- year-old vincent joe from palo alto, the youngest of the men's figure skating men's team. he's the 2017 world champion and u.s. national bronze and
silver medalist. they are holding a sendoff for him later as well. one bay area city is poised to buy more than a dozen license plate readers over the objections of immigrations rights activists. >> and we are talking about warm weather again today, but winds are also picking up. i'll explain why, coming up. >> things moving at the limit on highway 101 but we have an accident in the north bay involving a car that hit a telephone pole. we'll have details coming up. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, michaela deprince could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos.
charts after his death last month. he was 74. today state lawmakers are holding a hearing on a proposal to limit prescriptions for opioids. >> reporter: this is one of the hospitals across the country that is working to identify patients who may be addicted to painkillers including opioids. and they are actually putting these folks in addiction treatment. this is one of the ways locally that doctors are fighting this epidemic. across the state, across the country, policy makers and doctors are fighting this epidemic. in sacramento today lawmakers are reviewing a package of bills to address the overprescription and abuse of prescription drugs like opioids. one idea is limiting the prescriptions to no more than three days. the bill would require doctors to justify treatment in a
patient's medical record. on the national level, president trump declared an opioid emergency but critics say not much has changed, saying he not put more money or resources into fighting the problem. >> we owe it to our children and to our country to do everything in our power to address this national shame and this human tragedy. >> show me the money. >> reporter: according to the cdc in 2016 more than 46 people died every day from overdoses, including prescription opioids. in 2015 there were 165 emergency room visits and 63 deaths due to the overdoses in alameda county. today at the state's capitol, lawmakers will gather in a hearing focused on technology
to fight this epidemic. today the alameda city council is expected to decide whether to buy more license plate readers for police. the city has the special cameras installed on four cruisers. the police department says the devices have already made a positive impact and now the police chief wants $500,000 for 13 stationary cameras. critics fear federal authorities could use the cameras to catch undocumented immigrants. the city says that won't happen. the manufacturer recently signed a contract to provide vehicle location data to ice agents. a new app called cal train mobile offers one-way, day pass and zone upgrade tickets. it's aimed at the occasional and weekend riders heading to sports games and festivals. >> there's an app for
everything. 101 is pretty easy heading northbound and southbound through santa rosa. we are tracking an accident along silverado trail at until avenue involving a car that ran into a telephone pole. emergency crews on the scene. right now we are not seeing any significant backups but we'll keep an eye on this and let you know if it starts to slow folks down. it likely will because of rubber neckers taking a peek as they are passing by. other than that, things are looking good. highway 37 near lakeville highway, the headlights westbound there, 22 minutes between 80 and 101. 101, this is southbound direction and northbound both moving at the limit, no delays between 580 and ignacio. 8 minutes over to grant street. we are tracking a full house at
the bay bridge toll plaza. take a look at that. we are in the green as far as travel times but sensors need to catch up with that backup there. we'll take a closer look coming up in the next traffic report. now back to you. good morning. take a look outside, nice clear conditions. temperatures are not feeling too cold, at least not for san francisco. we had clear skies overnight and we'll continue to see the clear conditions out there. once the sun comes up, we'll have plenty of nice views. 47 in concord and oakland this hour, san francisco 56. the winds could be strong in areas as well. we have a few
breezes out there. the next couple hours, winds will start to pick up in the north and east bay. looks like the oakland hills also with gusts 25 to 35 miles an hour. you can see how the gusts will stay strong through about 9:00 this morning. by late tonight you could start to feel that breeze again across the north bay. higher elevations definitely feeling that wind out there because of the high pressure we are dealing with, bringing us sunshine with that low. that will increase the wind stream there. for your tuesday, don't forget to join our kpix weather watchers group on facebook. you can share photos and weather reports. we are breezy this morning, 25 to 35-mile-an-hour gusts this morning. then the temperatures will be slightly cooler than yesterday but still well above average.
this afternoon we have 74 in palo alto and sunnyvale. antioch 72, and around the bay temperatures will stay in the low 70s. napa warmer with 75, further north windsor may reach 80 degrees today. so those are about 10 to 14 degrees above average. looking ahead, we have this high pressure ridge that will be dominating through thursday and friday. there's a low to the north that will drop down into the great basin by this weekend. when it does that, you'll notice the change in our temperatures. we don't expect to see any rain in the forecast for a while. what will happen, this is going to send our temperatures down. some will go from the 70s this week and slowly dropping into the low 70s. then we're down into the mid-
60s, getting closer and closer to normal conditions by next week. it's a magical experience for the hero of the super bowl. eagles quarterback and game mvp nick foles joined mickey and minnie in the parade at disney world. >> to be at disney world, to be a part of this is unbelievable. just to see everyone and be here, it's unreal. >> they showed him some love. he was a backup quarterback most of the season but sunday he helped the eagles win their first super bowl championship in franchise history. we are hearing several players say they have no intention of going to the white house or meet the president.
last year several of the patriots also opted out of the visit. now the first full trailer is out for a summer blockbuster. >> hey, kid, i'm putting together a crew. you in? >> that's yes. >> fans are getting their first look at the upcoming star wars spinoff, solo: a star wars story. it focuses on han solo and chewbacca's adventures before they joined the fight against the empire. it will land in theaters may 23rd. we have the top five best celebration moments of a couple of nights in the streets of philadelphia. that's coming up. >> and what's cool about your school? e-mail your nominations to us
the limit at bernal road. a little north we have an accident involving a couple cars. we'll have a look at that in just a few minutes. the super bowl champions returned to philadelphia in what was the second greatest eagle landing in the history of mankind. they stopped traffic on their way home from the airport. they will have a parade on thursday and it will probably be an emotional day for the center jason kelce, who found extra meaning in the win. >> my father and mother told me to stay after my dream, and i've officially accomplished the best thing in this sport with a group of guys who mean the world to me. >> emotion of a different kind with the top five celebration
moments in philadelphia the night of the super bowl win. somebody's car got tipped over. everybody was safe. then great advertising campaign for rick carlton, when the guy on top and trust the audience to catch his fall, #moron. number three, diamond ring on one hand, malt liquor on the other, stay classy, philadelphia. and the guy eating horse manure off the ground, so much for rejected journalism. >> now, harold was from tulsa, oklahoma doing that sports cast as the final seconds ticked
off, not even in philadelphia. warriors get okc tonight. >> and the play of the day from college basketball, oklahoma and virginia in a big 12 matchup. defense to offense --- that's freshman sensation trae young with the ridiculous finish... young leads the nation in scoring and assists -- you can see why 's >> the sooners get the fast break, and that spin from the freshman young, leading the nation in assists. all eyes are on the stock market this morning after the dow suffered its largest one- day drop in history. how financial experts say you should respond this morning. >> reporter: and san josi
we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned. the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and
for switching to progressive? [ engine revving ] you cannot hear me at all, can you? opening bell rings in just about an hour... and the clock is ticking for president trump to decide d memo on the u.s. stock market is hoping to bounce back when the opening bell rings in just about an hour. >> and the president will decide whether to release another memo on the investigation into the russian election interference. >> and we are looking at 880 north, involving a couple of cars and one rolled over. we'll have details and the
backup coming up. this morning police are investigating management approximately deadly shootings in the south bay. three people were killed overnight at two different locations. >> reporter: this happened in the early morning hours and is impacting traffic. this is an active investigation behind me, a few blocks of key street here blocked off. investigators confirm a person was found dead here near the california car wash. they are calling this a homicide investigation but so far they have not given any details about the circumstances surrounding this shooting. they have pointed out that there are security cameras at the car wash, which will hopefully give them an idea of what happened here. they say there's a second active scene related to this
investigation. that's surrounding the vehicle at 9th and humboldt, a block away from here. they are questioning multiple people affiliated with that vehicle. back live, investigators are around the car wash here. we have a few blocks of key street blocked off and we are waiting on san josi police to give us more details. of course we'll keep you updated throughout the morning. president trump has until friday to decide whether the public will see a second memo on the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 election. last night the house intelligence committee voted to release the democratic response to the republican memo, accusing the department of justice and the fbi of abusing their surveillance power. the memo says they believe the fbi probe led by special counsel robert mueller are
inching closer to the trump administration. >> there is a rising sense of panic in the white house as well as on the hill. >> the memo accused the fbi of political bias when requesting warrants to spy on president trump's aide carter paige. the committee could ask for a full house vote on whether it should be released. let's check outside. >> it was beautiful yesterday afternoon, perfect to go out for a jog. today will be warm but not as warm. don't expect to break any records out there today. we have dry conditions and breezy conditions this morning. notice the gusts up to 35 miles an hour, even 55 in some of the hills. the north and east bay hills
will definitely be breezy out there and it's a dry wind. you'll notice the humidity dropping today. this is a look at the sustained winds, east winds in san francisco at 7. just a little bit of a breeze there. fairfield, 15-mile-an-hour winds coming out of the north. any time we get the north or northeast wind, it will cause drier air out there. so looking at the futurecast, you'll notice more of the breeze throughout napa and fairfield by 8:00 this morning. then it will stay strong through 10:00 a.m., looking at 10:00 a.m. here, napa with 22-mile-an-hour gusts. then by noon, things should calm down: . by 9:00 tonight, those winds are going to pick back up. we are in the 40s and 50s for the most part, 50 degrees in
san francisco, 49 in san josi. you can see a lot of clear conditions out there, no fog this morning. more on the afternoon highs, coming up in a few minutes. in the last ten minutes we have seen multiple accidents coming in. we are the 101 northbound. you can see delays starting to build, blocking one lane at 13th. traffic is backed up to 680 at this point, below 10 miles an hour. over to the san mateo bridge toll plaza, there's an accident blocking at least one lane. no major delays but we are seeing slowdowns. 880 is slow in both directions approaching highway 92. after that accident, traffic is flowing at the limit westbound to 101. this is 880 in oakland, tracking a crash in the northbound direction on the right side of the screen there. it's a little further to the north, and you can see the
backup at the top left corner of the screen there. this is involving a rollover crash and at least one lane is blocked. looks like it's right at 23rd, and traffic is backed up beyond high street at this point. that's likely to slow down many commuters this morning. east shore freeway, accident eastbound near gilman. we don't have any delays from that accident. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a full house. you're in good company in that direction, in the yellow with 16 minutes there into san francisco. that's a check of your traffic. we are hearing from a man who risked his own safety to help people involved in a crash involving a dump truck in santa rosa. it happened yesterday when ten cars collided. six burst into flames, and there was a huge column of smoke filling the sky.
several people were taken to the hospital and three sustained serious injuries. one man jumped out of his car to help save people that were trapped. >> honk, honk, honk, and i look, and there's a truck coming down. it's a red light so i'm like, probably lost brakes. i didn't think much of it, then half a second behind me, boom. nobody died. feels good. >> investigators say it's too soon to tell what caused the crash. today the board of supervisors is discussing an urban farm animal ordinance. it could have regulations for goats, chickens and rabbits in residential zones. a maximum of 20 animals would be allowed on a 1,000 square foot lot. roosters would only be allowed in agricultural zones. the sharp drop in u.s. stock markets had a ripple effect overseas, reporting big
losses of 5% on tuesday in japan. hong kong and european markets were also down. u.s. markets open in less than an hour and we are discussing what's behind the big selloff and what investigators should do now. >> we have a pervasive fear that fast economic growth may lead to higher interest rates. you know, the whole catalyst for this was the january jobs report, showing wages increasing by 2.9% over a year ago, the fastest pace since the recession. investors thought the fed would have to increase interest rates, bad for the stock
market. companies just couldn't borrow money as cheaply as they were able to. investors may cash out and seek the relative safety of bonds. i should point out by the way, regardless of what's going on in the market, you should really always stick to your game plan and do nothing. for long-term investors, you want to stick to that plan because going off that plan is really going to take you in the wrong direction. it's almost like you're trying to time the market. if you need to access cash from your investments within the next year, that money should have never been risked at all. try to keep breathing. it will be another rough day today. we have a very interesting block post at jillonmoney.com for when the market plunges. >> we could see that too, thank you very much, jill.
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pretty cool this morning. >> reporter: they are boarding a plane here at sfo this morning leaving at 10:45 a.m. this is headed to south korea. one of the two bay area athletes that will be on board, karen chen from fremont. she's a figure skater, 18 years old, skating since 2005 when she was just six. she was the u.s. champion last year, won the bronze in the championships in 2015 and competed in the nationals for her spot on the olympic team last month with the flu, making victory even sweeter when she got that text from the u.s. olympic committee. >> i screamed, i did. i was so happy. my mom was in the room so she knew right away, because i don't usually scream. so something was up. >> reporter: the other local athlete heading out today, 17- year-old vincent joe ompalo
alto, the youngest on team usa's men's skating team. he started skating when he was five at a friend's birthday party. he's the u.s. national silver and bronze medalist. there is a sendingoff event before that plane takes off here this morning. of course we'll be following their journey. >> who here wanted to be an olympian? >> always a huge goal. >> didn't you do weight lifting? >> yeah. i wasn't sure what sport i wanted to do. >> you weren't doing triple axels? >> no. >> michelle is pretty athletic. >> i never aspired to that.
>> i had no chance. >> and i'm not athletic. let the record be known. we're going out to the roadways, where we have olympic- sized slowdowns. 880 northbound, we have an accident involving several vehicles and one rolled over. we are in the red, travel times up to 37 minutes heading northbound. that's typically about 10 minutes from 238 up to the maze. so we have big delays building there. you'll want to avoid 880 heading through oakland right now. the crash is at 23rd and the backup is close to 238. so give yourself plenty of extra time heading in that direction. you can take 580 for your alternate, and it's moving right at the limit. i-80, east shore freeway near carlson, the headlights moving westbound there. we are getting crowded along
that stretch, 17 minutes on down toward the maze. the bay toll plaza lights are on and the traffic is backed up well into the food foot of the maze. 880, southbound we had an accident at the san mateo bridge toll plaza. that just cleared with speeds 35 miles an hour there, still sluggish in the westbound direction. we just jumped into the yellow there, 20 minutes over to 101. the eastbound side is still moving at the limit in the green. down to the south bay, getting very busy. northbound 101 at 13th, that backup is stretching well beyond 680, getting closer to highway 85 there. 43 minutes there and you're definitely going to have to leave the house early. don't be running late this morning because it's busy on
the roadways. that's a check of your traffic. and it could be windy as well. live look at the golden gate bridge, things running pretty smoothly. nice conditions around the bay today, no visibility impacted by fog out there. so winds are picking up and humidity levels are dropping. this is a view of nice clear skies, twinkling lights out there. 56 degrees for san francisco, upper 40s for concord and oakland and san josi. our days are getting longer, a little more time to enjoy the outdoors and warm conditions out there. this is a look at the wind speeds, calm across the south bay. some of the east bay locations, especially in the hills just east of san josi, that area could notice the breeze picking up there. then north winds in fairfield,
still 15-mile-an-hour sustained winds there. santa rosa getting that north- northwest wind at 7. the north bay hills are going to notice the gusts picking up today. we have the higher elevations noticing the winds picking up a little bit more. look at the humidity levels, fairfield much lower than napa. we'll notice humidity levels dropping throughout the day because of the wind direction today. that offshore wind will dry things up and by 9:00 this morning, we'll have stronger winds across napa and the north hills. the windy conditions will last throughout the day today and late tonight before things calm down. we have this ridge of high pressure off the coast, and that's sending the wind coming in from the north.
those wind streamlines are closer together, a sign of winds picking up. satellite and radar, another view of what's out there. basically across the great basin, there are some stormy conditions. that's not impacting us other than the winds picking up. temperatures are slightly coolerred to compared to yesterday. so we are looking at low to mid- 70s and across the east bay, temperatures in the 70s. around the bay we are going to be right around 71 degrees, san francisco 73, to the north temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s, even 80 possible for windsor today. we are still under this ridge of high pressure until friday. then we'll see this system in the north dropping down, and that will send our temperatures down even more. so you'll notice that by this weekend, temperatures going from the 70s through friday to the 60s for the weekend. saturday we have the storms
coming through the great basin area and we'll start to see snow in places like salt lake city and colorado. that's going to bring temperatures down in the 60s for the weekend, and monday we're in the 60s. that's a look at your forecast. time now 5:49. one california school says it's found a unique way to help students pay attention in class. >> and dangerous metal pipes have some bay area beach goers demanding action. why the potential hazard has been allowed to linger.
good morning, clear conditions out there. we have temperatures 10 to 14 degrees above average this tuesday, 74 expected in santa rosa, 71 for san francisco. commuters, listen up. this is your warning if you drive through oakland. avoid 880 at this hour because an accident has caused this big backup. this is northbound 880 at 23rd, and the backup stretches to 238. for now 55 minute commute
between 238 and the maze. use 580 for your alternate. this morning jagged rusting metal pipes are posing a hazard to some beach goers, and the pipes are wedged in the sand at the pacifica state beach. the public works department admits it's a hazard and disconnected the drain more than a decade ago when the old treatment plant shut down. one resident took this picture in 2013. >> the goal is to hook it back once that property gets developed. >> is that why the city never removed it from the beach? >> yes, that's the reason why. we have a permit for it and reestablishing and existing permit is much easier than putting a new one in. >> the city says it will make repairs on the jagged edges of the pipes but didn't give us an exact date. we are learning more about
a north bay family accused of running a brothel. david roseburg and his mother faye are under arrest after police say they were in business more than ten years with 150 women working for them. detectives say the son would postads for the women online, tell them where and when to meet the client, then take part of the money. both mother and son are being held on $250,000 bail. some people in san leandro want to remove the city marring over sexual harassment. the council placed chris zapata on paid administrative leave two weeks ago. last night residents accused council members of dragging their feet. >> it shattered me a little bit. that's another reason why i was so emotional, because i have a great deal of respect for the city council, and i just feel that they let me down. >> a woman says zapata tried to
pressure her into a sexual relationship in exchange for city funding. kids in southern california could be bouncing their way to better grades. the bouncy bands help fidgety kids stay focused. the bands wrap around the legs of the desk, then the students can use their feet to get the wiggles out. one teacher says her students are more engaged. some say they are a safer alternative to the popular fidget spinners. 5:55 now. a new law aimed at protecting state workers who report sexual misconduct or bad behavior by lawmakers. >> reporter: plus, san josi police investigating multiple shootings overnight, including one here at the california car
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coaster day on wall street--- what's expected for the markets. this morning investors are gearing up for another roller coaster day on wall street. what's expected for the markets. >> plus president trump has to decide whether or not to release a democratic rebuttal to gop accusations that the fbi and justice department conspired against the trump campaign. the rivalling memos and how they are deepening the divide among lawmakers. >> and multiple investigations underway after three overnight homicides in the south bay. all eyes are on the stock market today this tuesday, february 6th. >> it was the biggest point drop in the history of the dow, over 1100 points.
australia also felt the sting of what many are calling a looming correction. >> the stock market has gone too far too fast. it's just appropriate to hit the reset button. >> the biggest factor in the u.s. was concern that the federal reserve will raise interest rates. future markets in the u.s. have fluctuated in the hours before the opening bell. dow futures are down right now. next half hour we'll have a live report as the opening bell rings. time now 6:00. we'll take a live look outside. the morning rush is about to start and we have a lot of problems on bay area roads. the toll plaza is completely backed up. look at the bay bridge, and the big problem is 880. >> that's right. we have an accident that's launched the travel times into the red. take a look at