tv Today in the Bay NBC August 4, 2011 6:00am-7:00am PDT
because someone is stealing storm drain grates and it's not cheap to fix. i'm christie smith. i'll have the story in a live report. >> reporter: i'm bob redell. how medical marijuana collectives plan to fight back and what they say are unfair restrictions being proposed in the south bay. we'll have that story coming up. >> a judge could start the process to overturn a controversial decision by former governor arnold schwarzenegger today. and a live look outside, it's thursday, august 4th, "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. thanks for joining us. 6:00 right now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. time to check in with meteorologist christina loren. she joins us with a cooler look at the forecast. >> we're going to be a couple degrees cooler than we were yesterday as a result of a deep marine layer. mostly cloudy conditions for the first part of the day even down
in the south bay through the east bay where we typically get kind of a break from the low cloud cover. not today. as a result cooler, the weekend just around the corner. i've got that forecast coming up. right now let's get to you work on time with mike inouye. >> we're warning about a mist on the windshield. the bay bridge, some reports getting hood on the windshield. we expect a slow drive across the upper deck and the toll plaza starting to see the build. we'll see that continue throughout the morning. there you go, some folks waiting in the cash lanes. >> thank you very much, mike. we're following a developing story out of the east bay where a thief is going after unusual items in the streets of vallejo. it's causing problems for the city and expense. christie smith is live where officials say more than 20 storm drain grates have been stolen in the last two weeks. >> reporter: good morning to you. it's amazing the things that people take if they are not nailed down. in vallejo it means money
literally down the drain. 20 of these things, these storm drain grates, taken in the last two weeks and they are not cheap, costing the city about $350 a pop to replace. the thought here is that they are probably being sold out there for scrap. but in the meantime, it's making for a dangerous situation on the streets. cars can get stuck which has happened. and if you're walking you could take a nasty fall, in some cases up to 15 feet down if the grate is missing. these are heavy, about 100 pounds. workers at the sanitation and flood control district had to replace five in one day alone. copper theft, thought they had seen that. this is a new one. if you see someone trying to steal one of these things. of course if you see them in the act you want to call 911 and report that. if a grate is missing you can call the district directly.
707-644-8949. they will try to get someone out to replace it as fast as they can. they are looking at options, one is possibly doing some spot welding on the grate to keep them down. but one of the issues there is that there are thousands of these things across the city. reporting live in vallejo, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> thank you very much. this morning fire crews are battling a wild fire in a remote area of mendocino county. more than 800 acres have been scorched so far in an area northeast of covelo. rugged terrain is making things difficult for firefighters who contained it to 25%. no moms are threatened now and officials say they expect to surround the blaze by saturday. the cause is being investigated. >> one man is dead and his father recovering from injuries after a boating accident off of sierra point. this morning investigators are trying to figure out what happened but they say a large boat likely didn't see a smaller
boat when they slided yesterday afternoon. the family overcome with emotion when they heard the news. 30-year-old ninh truong died after being trapped under the boat. his father clung to the hull. the younger truong was brought to shore unconscious. his father was alert. >> trying to get him back alike, didn't look too good. the second guy they brought, he was moving around and he looked hurt. >> the 60-year-old father who speaks mainly viet that meez tried to tell rescuers but at first they couldn't understand which delayed the rescue. officers say the captain of the motor boat pass add sobriety test. phillip garrido admits he is responsible for snatching three other northern california girls and dozens of date rapes. he insists that he is not responsible for the high profile
abduction of 9-year-old ma kel legarrette. he bears some resemblance of the sketch. prosecutors are trying to keep details of the conversations under wraps. prosecutors say they are working to track down potential victims to see if more charges can be filed against garrido and his wife. later today a sacramento superior judge will decide on combining two lawsuits seeking to rein state the sentence for the son of former assembly speaker fabio nunez. in the two suits former governor arnold schwarzenegger is accused of violating state law when he failed to notify the victims' parents of his intent to reduce nunez's sentence from 16 years to seven. schwarzenegger made the decision hours before leaving office. the judge says the cases are based on similar arguments and
should be considered together. a district attorney wants her lawsuit separate from the suit of the family who was attacked in san diego back in 2008. >> unfair restrictions. that's what advocates of medical marijuana are saying. in the south bay they are fighting back, getting together to develop a strategy to preserve access to medicinal pot. bob redell joins us live from a club in san jose. a meeting is planned for tonight, we understand. >> reporter: yes. silicon valley cannabis coalition bill meet, trying to get a get out the vote drive going. we have john hughes here, a medical marijuana advocate. what is the point of tonight's meeting? >> to take the next steps to get organized for our coalition, the city council has still yet to create a reasonable ordinance. this is sending a message.
we know there are a few seats up in 2012. so we're going to start a registration drive with the cannabis. >> to try to get people more sympathetic to your cause. the city of san jose now has agreed to limit the number of medical marijuana collectives to 10, that could be up to 25. which means that the roughly 130 there are, significant number would shut down. why is that not reasonable? what's wrong with that? >> we feel that the market should decide how many collectives. the proposition 215 which is the california compassionate use act, dictate there is should be safe access for medical marijuana patients. what the city is doing by limiting these is limiting access. >> you see the city's concern, though, that they could see that people would abuse the law, they
come in with a doctor's note that you know, maybe the doctor kind of gave it to them. they don't need it and are going to smoke it for recreational use. >> we completely understand the city's trying to get an ordinance on the books. we understand there should be regulation. we totally embrace that. we just want to help them come up with that reasonable ordinance. >> john, thank you very much. that meeting tonight, let's get out the vote drive, trying to get going. looking at the city of san jose's website. what they have on the agenda t plan is in december to get the process going where you would have the cannabis collectives in the south bay apply to be one of those 10 or 25 that would be officially sanctioned and allowed in the south bay. reporting live, bob redell. >> thank you, bob. 6:08 now. the university ever san francisco is looking to the past
as it plans for the future. school officials purchased the historic folger building. the downtown location in san francisco gives the university a way to reach a broader base of students and public transportation also play add key part in that decision. the main campus of usf is located north of the panhandle neighborhood. >> cities across the bay area are getting a helping hand in the fight against obesity. kaiser permanente is giving $1 million grants to communities in richmond, concord and san francisco. they are part of kaiser's plan to bring together agencies to promote healthy living. funding will establish wellness committees in schools and develop programs on nutrition, exercise and cooking. >> good day to get outside, take a walk, maybe get your body
moving. let's check in with christina loren. >> get your body moving. we're looking good for today. if you want to get outside another good reason. good quality all the way through the weekend. love living aboutpy the bay. the ocean keeps things nice and clean for us. we've got one system that's creating that on shore flow, then a reinforcing system on its heels that's going to keep things mild throughout the weekend. as a result, though, we do have a little bit of coast of drizzle. you might turn on your wipers as you make your way to work mike inouye and myself are watching it closely. you have good visibility, ten miles or better. starting to drop a little in san francisco and oakland so watch out for that. i think we'll see the thickest fog between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. that's when the sun will make it look thicker than it is.
so that's what we're looking at through probably 7:00 to 9:00. right now mostly clear and a gorgeous day ahead. 79 degrees in livermore. 76 in fremont. and 76 degrees in redwood city. probably get by with a nice fan. i've got the forecast coming up. right now let's get you to work on time. >> might be a little slow at the bay bridge as you cross over the upper deck. aside from the low clouds around the area. i told you somebody got a little hood on their windshield. reports say that someone's hood hit their windshield and smashed it. i would think that the hood would be unexpected. the toll plaza, we'll see slowing in the cash lanes. the metering lights are not on. they may be if they can't quickly clear this.
no one sounds like they were injured. we'll take to you the peninsula. san mateo looking nice. no slowing yet. 280 holding up. along the coast might get thicker fog. christina has been warning about that. wipers if you need them. unless it's a hood. a tree is down on 152. if you head from 101 to watsonville. hecker pass. sounds like a substantial tree and they will give us -- a lot of trees, one of them across the road. >> still to come on "today in the bay," we've got video that surfaces from a car right in the middle of japan's tsunami disaster. you have to see to believe. be thankful you weren't in it. >> reporter: i'm live in san francisco. if you are a fan of live music
>> 6:15. new this morning a senior iranian diplomat says the two brkly hikers held captive in iraq will be released soon. iran's ambassador to iraq says he doesn't know when josh fattal and shane bauer will be let go but there is a general feeling they will be freed during ramadan. this is the islamic holy month often allows for compassion. bauer, fattal and sarah shourd were captured in 2009. shourd was released in cement. we'll keep you updated on the story. >> it's 6:15. san francisco is on the road to
reviving its once storied music scene once known for the san francisco sound launching acts like the grateful dead, jefferson airplane, santana, janice joplin, san francisco lost its clout to austin and new orleans. leaders are trying to change that. kimberly tere is live with a look at the city's new plan. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm in north beach which is of course filled with cafes and restaurants that could benefit under this new plan, bringing patrons not only great food but also live music. ♪ the cost for an entertainment permit is $2,000 making it out of reach for most places except entertainment venues which have a choice of the cream of the crop. but now under legislation proposed by supervisor a so-called limited live
performance permit would cost $385. the san francisco board of supervisors gave unanimous initial approval for this permit geared mostly toward cafes and restaurants. this morning we did catch up with one musician heading to bars to play for commuters there. he was surprised by the change and says it's a step in the right direction. >> competition on the b.a.r.t. is fierce. musicians want to play, they want to play for people. it's like one of the last venues. there's a lot of street musicians in town. there are a lot of guys, quality musicians, that can't get in doors to play because they haven't been around long enough. >> reporter: it's estimated 700 cafes and restaurants could take advantage of this new permit. under the rules the performance would have to end by 10:00 p.m. after a year of holding the permit businesses would be eligible to extend performance to 11:00 p.m. the board is expected to give its final approval after its august recess. live in san francisco, kimberly
tere, "today in the bay." >> you need a guy playing saxophone behind you. 6:17. the founder of the mavericks surf contest won his fight against the company that kicked him out. the judge ruled the mavericks surf ventures breached itscourt with the co-founder jeff clark. clark helped start the company to run the surf contest. the company fired him as contest director back in 2009. maverick surf ventures agreed to pay clark but apparently that never happened. a san francisco judge ordered the company to pay clark what it owes. but another battle looms for clark. he is fighting for control of the famous surf contest, on august 17 the county harbor district will decide if they will issue the permit to the contest to clark or his ex-wife. >> new video to show you inside the japanese tsunami. it's surfacing nearly five months taf disaster. the video was shot from inside a
car that was caught up in the rising waters. take a look how fast everything in the path is consumed. cars, trucks, big rigs, tanker trucks. as the water came up the cars are tossed around like toys. we don't know what happened to the person shooting this video. hopefully that they got out. water eventually crashes through the windshield. the japanese government revised the number killed to just under 21,000. nearly 5,000 people are still missing and presumed dead. hard to look at the devastation there. >> 6:19. on to better news, i want to check in with meteorologist christina loren with a look at the forecast. >> foggy out there. it is cool marine air that will keep things comfortable. temperatures really mild for today. not too hot, not too cold. just perfect. this is san francisco. thicker fog than yesterday. our temperatures will be cooler
this afternoon. the forecast in the upper 70s and low 80s. the warmest spots the low 80s today. low pressure is the reason. another low-pressure area, system, on its way to our area as we head throughout this weekend. for us that means temperatures aren't going to fluctuate that much. only climbing by about 4 or 5 degrees. as we head through the first part of next week, we've been waiting for a ridge of high pressure to set up out in the pacific. hasn't haned. something else that we're watching out in the pacific. we have eugene. a category three storm. really only impacting shipping interests out here, heading away from land. it's turning to the northwest and will continue to do so. pretty strong storm for this time of year. we have tropical storm emily on the eastern seaboard getting ready ta make landfall in florida. only expecting quite a bit of rain from that system. nothing too substantial. it's a tropical storm not a hurricane. we're not expecting it to develop into a hurricane.
59 degrees in hayward. you probably don't need a jacket. later on today peeling off a layer. 69 degrees in oakland. and 65 degrees in san francisco. by about 7:15 for the giants game it drops. 59 at 8:00 p.m. as our giants take on the phillies. glad they are out of their slump. 9:00, 59 degrees and fog on the way home. here is the forecast for the weekend. stay comfortable. 82 degrees saturday, 83 sunday. >> looks good. it's 6:21. a camp counselor accused of having sex with a camper. the story is coming up. >> more accusations against china and the worldwide hack attack. >> westbound 24 off of 680 through lafayette, things are nice through the caldecott tunnel. what waits for you at the bay bridge toll plaza.
at progressive, you can bundle your home and auto policies and save. don't worry, tiny people. flo is a gentle giant. bundle home and auto at progressive.com. >> 6:24. we're getting a look at 580 and the slowing as it continues to build for livermore, 580, 18-minute drive. still smooth through pleasanton and dublin. a break yesterday. i got my eyes peeled on this area. we have 580 with debris blocking two lanes at castro valley boulevard. chp does not have traffic breaks scheduled for the area. we'll watch tfor slowing.
63 i circled down at 56 about five minutes ago approaching the san mateo bridge interchange. that's what we expect with this volume over to the peninsula. the haze is there, visibility, you can see the other side of the bay but might not be good in other parts because of the low fogs, the drizzle in many spots so keep that in mind. another look out this and we'll see how things are shaping up. at the toll plaza, the metering lights turned on about seven minutes ago. how quickly all of the lanes are filled in past the end over to the overcrossing. >> what a difference. right. thank you. we'll check back 18 little bit. 6:25. talking hack attacks. i want to check in with scott mcgrew. >> china has been once again accused of hacking all kinds of things. you remember the united states used to worry about about a missile gap. we may be behind in a hacking gap. a major security company says
it's uncovered evidence of hacks on six different american government agencies, 13 defense contractors, at least three companies even two media companies, three tech companies, two media companies. the company mcafee which uncovered the hack says they are not going to say who is behind it but all of the cursor arrows point to communist china. these are not the run of the mill like the one that hit paypal. these are major attacks that get in the root access of computers targeted using remote access tools or rats so it's dubbed shady rat if you hear that later. a separate study by hewlett-packard says that hacking cost the average big company $6 million a year. other news, the online service hulu says it will team up with documentary filmmaker morgan sperlock to produce shows on hulu. the first time the company
created its own content. netflix is working on house of cards which is original. they will follow around famous people to show you what it's like to be, say, richard bran n branson. >> boy, is it glamorous. >> eat as banana every morning at 7:10. 6: 6:27. coming up on "today in the bay," thieves are taking storm drain gates from an east bay city. we'll show you what they are doing. marijuana advocates are pushing back against rules they say are unfair. ♪arefreghway, let lip aw♪
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i'm christie smith live in vallejo where big money is going right down the drain. someone is stealing storm drain grates. i'll tell you what the city may do about it coming up. >> let's take a live look outside over the south bay this morning. it is thursday, august 4th. it won't feel like it temperaturewise "today in the bay." >> good thursday morning. thanks for joining us. 6:30 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. usually august brings on the dog days of summer. meteorologist christina loren where are they? >> you know, i'd say make outdoor plans this weekend because by next weekend they could be settling in. we're waiting for this ridge of high pressure to arrive. it's taking its time and we continuously see these areas of low pressure digging into the bay, providing on shore flow so this morning that mostly cloudy start will make for a cooler
afternoon. right now we're about 59 in livermore. headed toward the upper 70s, low 80s, the weekend around the corner. i'll let you know which spots are best for outdoor plan this is weekend. let's get to you work first. how do we look? >> looking pretty standard. that means unfortunately very slow through antioch as you head to bay point and the 53 we see that continue to creep down over the last 20 minutes so now further slowing. holding up relatively lighter, a lot lighter than i thought it was going to be. we'll track this, also the toll plaza has the backup continuing because the metering lights are on. we'll follow this as well. >> thank you. unfair restrictions, that's what south bay advocates are saying. today they are developing a strategy to preserve access to medicinal marijuana. bob joins us live from a pot club in san jose. a meeting is planned for tonight. >> reporter: yeah, on behalf of the silicon valley cannabis
coalition to start a get out the vote drive to try to change the composition of the city council. we're actually at the all-american cannabis club in san jose, this is one of roughly 130 medical marijuana collectives, dispensaries in the city. the council wants to limit the number to ten, maybe they would eventually up to the 25. two gentlemen who disagree with that. dave hodges the owner of the collective, why is it unreasonable in your eyes for the city to limit the number of collectives in the city? >> well, really, the market should dictate. we have about a million people in the city of san jose. limiting to 10 would be unreasonable. >> but the argument being there's other cities, los gatos, nine in the south bay who banned
these medical marijuana collectives. this could be viewed as a halfway point. a meet in the middle >> if they do it right it could get to the right direction of control over the 130. unfortunately, a ban is the wrong approach and making it impossible for these places to operate does not get us first. >> reporter: john hughes, tonight you're going to help with this meeting. what do you want to come out of the meetinging, what kind of movement do you want to see? >> we want all of the collectives on board in starting this voter registration drive. 2012 is going to be a big election year. we're optimistic the city council is going to come up with a dignified and reasonable ordinance but we need to take measures into our own hands and be pro active and that's why we are starting a voter registration drive. >> do you see the concern that some have as far as having too many dispense areas.
people coming in maybe not with a legitimate note or a doctor who is sympathetic to their wanting to get stoned for recreational purposes and the city not want to have that element. >> we totally agree with the city there needs to be regulation but it needs to be reasonable. currently what they have on the books is not reasonable and is going to put most operations out of business. >> gentlemen, thank you for being up early with us. i was on the san jose website and the way they have lings planned out for the rest of the year, that by december, if everything goes to plan, they would start the application process where these collectives could apply to be one of the 10, possibly one of the 25 that would be allowed, considered to be legitimately allowed in the city. they are aiming for december. bob redell, today in the bay. >> 6:34. a northern california camp counselor is behind bars this
morning accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy. katrina herrador was arrested this week after the parents of the alleged victim found suspicious text messages on his phone. police say herrador met the boy at a camp and admitted to having sex with him at her home last week. >> she did give us a statement as to what occurred that evening. >> was it -- his admitting that the incidents occurred? >> yes, it was. >> herrador worked for the summer program called teen extreme. vacaville police are investigating whether she had inappropriate relations with any other teens at the camp. >> following a developing story out of the east bay. a bizarre crime wave is hitting the streets of vallejo. christie smith is live where officials say more than 50 storm drain grates have been stolen.
good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's amazing the things that people take. you probably heard of copper theft or electric wire theft. this is the new thing here. someone is lifting these storm drain grates up, about with 100 pounds each and likely selling them for scrap. in one day the sanitation and flood roll had to replace five of them. at least 20 of these have been ripped off in a two-week span. they are about $350 each. it can be dangerous to have a hole in the street or the sidewalk. one woman damaged her car. if you were walking you could drop down. some of these at least 15 feet deep. if you see someone stealinging one call 911 or if one is missing call the district. the city is looking at a number of things including maybe spot welding to hold it down. that would be labor intensive
because there are thousands of these across the city. christie smith, touchdown. >> new details in the massive salmonella outbreak. the federal government is recalling 36 million pounds of ground turkey. usda says the tainted meat came from a cargill plant in arkansas. the meat has been linked to a death in california and 76 other cases around the country. there isn't enough information to recall specific brands. the meat is safe to eat if it is cooked the an internal temperature of 165 degrees. certainly not going to be that hot around the bay area. a little cooler. i want to check in with christina. >> you can cook your meat in comfort. sometimes it gets too hot and you don't want to cook.
this weekend temperatures aren't going to fluctuate that much. low pressure keeps things nice and filed. another trough on the way that's going to continue. all the way throughout the weekend and as a result this morning a little coastal drizzle possibly until about 10:00 a.m. maybe 11. watch out for drizzle. we're watching for reduced visibilities starting to keep down along the peninsula. 56 at temperature in san francisco, and san jose, a comfortable 60 degrees. in the city of oakland, if that's where you're headed for, 65 degrees, we'll talk as soon as the clouds break apart. a mix of sun and clouds. the brees will pick up. get the cloud cover out of the way. 69 degrees. warmer, about 79 degrees in places like livermore. 8 oyn gilroy.
79 los gatos. got the giants game. also looking at the tropicment let's get you to work first. >> the game and the tropics. that's awesome. we're looking here. all i have is the south bay and slowing but that's good. just a little bit of slowing, 87, the capital starts to see speeds into the fefs. and the zone i kirkled. 680, 280, north to shows the slowdown pattern for furs about this time. hoer peninsula heading up on 101, then toward the san mateo bridge. close to the limit. visibility coming down a couple of miles. that means clouds in the area, maybe mist and drizzle. we can see the roadway has a little sheen on it. you have to use the wipers in many spots. >> good to know. thank you. a teen is trapped under sand.
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yet. they are going to have a party in the rose garden. he started celebrating last night in chicago after taking his staff out for burgers he ended up in chicago at what turned out to be a big fund raidsing event $35,000 a plate dinner and then this concert which was packed. the president last night joked about what he thinks it will be like. his first day, 50 years old. >> i wake up i'll have an e-mail from aarp asking me to call president obama and tell him to protect medicare. >> now that fund-raiser raised a lot of money and actually the campaign is trying to catch up. in his 50th year the president has two big things, his re-election and in fact he's been ahead in the fundraising but slipped behind because he couldn't get out to those dealing with the debt crisis. also the economy.
he's facing record low approval numbers, much due to the economy and tomorrow we'll get new job numbers to find out how bad unemployment is. >> thanks for the update. 6:43. this morning jerry lewis is out as the national chairman of the muscular distro feefy association for the first time in 60 years. the mda released the statement yesterday. they didn't give explanation. the timing of the announcement is surprising. the mda's annual labor day telethon is a month from today. lewis planned to make his final appearance this year. >> 6:44 now. trapped under tons of sand for nearly half an hour. this morning a southern california teen is lucky to be alive after dozens of people pitched in to rescue him. look that the video of the people. frantically trying to rescue the boy. this happened in newport beach in orange county. the teen was apparently trying
to dig a bit and doug five feet below the surface when the sand caved in. life guards, firefighters and volunteers scrambled to save him. look at the people on the beach. he's at a hospital. amazingly he is expected to make a full recovery. >> an east bay youth football team is sacked before they get to play their first down. >> good job. good job. there you go. >> this couple started the oakland program to get students involved. now they are crying foul after two sponsors pulled out leaving them to come up with $18,000 for equipment and uniforms. >> i was looking forward to having a uniform for the team. to hear that is like disappointing. >> the oakland pirates are looking for a hail mary hoping someone will help save their
program. they need gear in time for the first game scheduled for the 17th. talking baseball now. the giants are back atop the nl west. they snapped that five-game losing streak, pulling out big hits. beating the diamondbacks 8-1. san francisco now one game ahead in the division. they host the philliesant at 7:15. the a's not having the same luck. they lost to the mariners 7-4. seattle swept that series. they play in tampa bay tomorrow. we're getting a better idea this morning of what the new 49ers stadium in santa clara will look like. executives unveiled the model yesterday. the project will include the closest field level seating in the nfl and plenty of luxury boxes. the seats are zinfandel and bordeaux. it was designed to hook like an
ancient roman amphitheater. the aim of giving everyone the ultimate experience. it's to open 2015 next door to great america. >> 6:46. time to check the forecast with christina loren. >> they can tie plastic bags over those seats if the raiders move in. headlines to show you, a comfortable day whether in oakland, san francisco or san jose. it's going to be pretty typical to what we had. then things change a little. we'll talk about that getting to the seven-day in a moment. later on i think it will take to 2:00 p.m. for the sun to break through. by this weekend. no huge changes. another area of low pressure will continue that onshore flow so that means foggy starts making way to mostly sunny averages. the thickest fog toward the coast. watch out for that on the way to
work if you're headed there. 60 in san jose. at noon 69 in san jose. not a huge spread especially in san francisco at noon 599. maxing out at only 65. the weekend looks comfortable. we hold on to the good air quality. good weekend for a giants game. two of those at home. 7:15 as the clients take on the phillies. balm garner taking the mound. 60 degrees. so the story bring a jacket if you want to stay comfortable. 82 by saturday. not much change for the weekend. good news if you have triplets and you want to get them outdoors this weekend. >> always. 6:48. once home to the music of the grateful dead and santana, san francisco takes a major step toward reviving its musical heritage. >> it's not changing. we'll take a look.
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>> live look outside at the golden gate bridge. certainly see the fog, the haze hanging on. a lot of folks had to use their windshield wipers today. 6:51. time to check the commute with mike. >> i'm looking at the chp report. stand by for that. right no i want to show you the slowing through livermore. a live look at sunol shows you still pleasant, we had a tough day for 680 off of the 580. moving better now. i've got my eyes on that.
highway 4 holding steady for antioch and the drive, the speeds down below 15 miles per hour through much of antioch. holding at the 50s as you head through bay point and pittsburg. the approach to the maze is is holding nicely. the new incident at the bottom of the screen, if i could add the icon, southbound 880 at oak street reports of a big rig loaded with a tractor-trailer, possibly a broken down trailer, in the middle of 880 southbound out of downtown. i'll send you updates for this report. the bay bridge hole plaza a big change. i've seen a light volume of traffic. no other incidents headinging to the toll plaza. back to you. >> what a turnaround there. thank you, mike. 6:52. a community meeting will let people weigh in on what they want at a san francisco park. the city is rehabilitating
delores park. the meeting could have controversy. bike polo players want a field at the park. and they plan to ask the city to scrap some of the tennis courts to make way. that has tennis players upset. 6:53 now. a permanent change to part of the heavily used san francisco street. mccall isster between hyde and market is open two two-way traffic. for years that portion was one way. the new configuration allows quicker bus service. the 5 line will be three minutes faster, saving 200,000 dts a year in operating expenses. san francisco is trying to restore its music heritage, once known for the san francisco sound launching acts, san
francisco lost its music clout to cities like austin and new orleans, but city leaders are taking a big step forward trying to change that. good morning, kimberly. >> reporter: good morning. north beach is one of many neighborhoods lined with cafes and restaurants that could benefit from this plan bringing live music inside. as it stands an entertainment permit will run $2,000 keeping many small businesses out. a vote by the board of supervisors may change that. it initially approved a new cheaper permit that will allow many cafes and restaurants to host live music. the limited performance permits cost $385. a musician we caught up with was excited. he says many of them are forced to set up on a street corner to
make a hiving. this permit could open up many other venues for them to play. >> the cabaret license is prohibitly expensive. for these small places like said i know a place up the street and they barely make it you know. they can't afford to pay thousands of dollars. >> it's estimated about with 700 cafes an restaurants in the city could take advantage of the new permit. the performances have to end by 10:00 p.m. it's expected to give its final approval after the august recess. >> thank you very much, kimberly. 6:55 now. two powerful south bay community groups are taking on a popular restaurant for discrimination. a statue of sack daniels has a sign hanging from it.
the sign says no tattoos, no shiny shirts, no grilles, no large neck chains, and several others. the at least one law professor says posting the signs might be illegal. trying to use proxies for the kind of people who might be behaving in certain ways gets into slippery territory. >> the owner of the old wagon saloon and grill didn't want to talk on camera but they will meet with groups to change the verbiage on the sign. we should mention other bars in san down san jose have posted similar signs in the past. this morning san jose state students know where their kushi digs will be. they will live in the clarion
airport in san jose. the hotel has wireless internet and exercise facilities. no cafeteria. the students had to be moved out of the dorm because san jose state has a harnlger than usual crop of freshmen. any who live 30 miles or more from the campus must live on campus. markets have been open for a bit. >> down 186 as a local company opens the nasdaq, pete rodriguez, ceo of exar. let me show you a video from youtube. so happy dog. he's a happy dog. playing and he comes up and -- he bit me on the neck. i'm dead. wait. i'm okay. i'm acting. now i'm going to pop up. >> dramatic.