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massive earthquake brings buildings to the ground in the philippines. we'll tell you which buildings are reduced to rubble. >> new concerns about financial profiling. a bay area city surveillance camera plan that could target you based on how much you make instead of how close you are to crime. >> good morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. it is chilly out there, the warm-up continues today and tomorrow. then temperatures tumble. i'll sort it out in your full forecast moments away. >> as wim watching for that traffic tuesday we have a new trash heading across the bay bridge if you are planning on crossing the bay, i'm going to show you a way around. >> a live look now at the transamerica building looking good, clear in san francisco and around the bay area. it is tuesday, october 15 and this is "today in the bay."
good morning. 6:00. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. jon and laura are off today. this morning b.a.r.t. trains are running as negotiations continue. while you were sleeping a federal mediator made the announcement saying both sides are still at the bargaining table despite the midnight deadline though. no strike has been called the threat still looming. christie smith live at caltrans headquarters in oakland where a marathon session wraps up. what can you tell bus this? >> reporter: good morning to you. they have been at it since about noon yesterday and as you said maybe about 30 minutes ago the mediator walked out and couple of brief words. saying that both sides would take a recess and be back at it talking again this afternoon. we tried to talk with some of the union leaders who normally have something to say but today they told us they are under a gag order and cannot share information. does that mean they are closer to a deal? that's unclear. i can tell that you everyone who
walked out looked awfully tired. the question of course where did they stand. b.a.r.t. and the unions talking since yesterday well past the midnight deadline with trains still rolling today. the talks have produced productive and constructive bargaining. b.a.r.t. presented a last and final offer that angered some of the unions that they thought it signaled an end to the talks. then they said that b.a.r.t. was taking a look and that mediator he had this to say. >> a recess until early this afternoon. and that's all i'm going to have to say at this moment. negotiations are continuing. and we will be back at it early this afternoon. >> we did see b.a.r.t.'s general manager come out at the same time about 30 minutes ago so she has been at the table a sticking point with b.a.r.t. workers who say they want her there to see
what's going on. of course 400,000 of b.a.r.t.'s daily riders for them. what we can tell su talks resume at 1:00 this afternoon. christie smith, "today in the bay." >> ac transit issuing notice of a possible strike on thursday. union work here's could walk off the job include 180 bus drivers and others. they will walk off at 12:01 thursday if an agreement is not reached. workers are looking for better pay it's a proposal to increase their health care contributions by about $50 a month. on saturday the union rejected a proposed contract. ac transit releasing this statement. we did receive the notice and we are reviewing it to determine what steps to take next. >> of course the on going
b.a.r.t. negotiation. click on the link in the upper left corner of the screen. if a b.a.r.t. strike happens we'll have a half our earlier than usual at 4:00 but start is running as usual. >> a developing story out of the philippines. we received new numbers and video from yesterday's massive earthquake on the whole island. disaster council says 67 supreme been killed, 167 hurt. that's very different. the press is reporting at least 93 deaths. the 7.2 quake struck in the southern part of the country yesterday. it did not cause a tsunami. the damage is extensive. the regional commander recalls soldiers from a holiday furlough to help. >> new this morning plenty of
people jolted awake by a series of small wakes. they struck east-northeast of berkeley followed by a 2 po i 7 and 2.6. we have lots of response on our facebook page. yes, strong quick jolt shook the whole house. ingrid said she felt every second of it. in richmond, felt it, woke me up, the second one this week. 5% construction workers are back on the stob at the 49ers stadium. bob ra zel live outside levi stadium. where a safety meeting will be held. >> reporter: good morning to you. before construction resumes this morning here at levi stadium management will need with the 900 plus workers to go after the
safety rules. it was yesterday morning that edward lake jr., a 60-year-old man from vacaville, was killed while delivering a load of rebar steal on behalf of his employer. you could see this from a construction sight. you can see a large bundle of rebar on the ground. we believe it's that bundle that crushed him to death. the exact details unknown. santa clara police say it was an accident. now it will be up to cal osha to make sure that the rules were followed. one civil engineering expert we spoke with wonders if the fast pace of this project played a role and in another accident that killed a worker earlier this year. >> studies that show that with
acceleration after schedule and putting pressure on the schedule, laborers and persons on the sight are more subject to accident. >> is there a deadline pressure? >> no, ma'am. >> reporter: that was the co-director of the stadium protect. this $1.3 million project. in june a 63-year-old worker was killed in one of the elevator shofts when he was struck by a counter weight. in that instance, will not be issuing citations. >> thank you, bob. new details on a high risk fire in south san jose. a barn fire near the bailey avenue exit off 101. when crews arrived the barn was in flames and a dangerous situation from firefighters.
the cause of the fire under investigation. >> whatever do you don't gore get the jacket. it's pretty cold. >> she's frezing in here. >> christina lor rens. think 5 up. >> and falling, he gets the lady a jacket. >> she brought her own. >> you're right. what are we, 2013 now. we are self sufficient. pull out the jacket, you can pull out the heavy raun but something you can peel off as inches are going to warm. now we have more 40s than 50s, i want to zoom in. they haven't seen 38 in santa rosa, petaluma at 39 since mid may. don't want to get caught offguard. one of those days if you fly
over san francisco, completely clear conditions, not a cloud in the sky. and all flights should be leaving on time with a clear start. 83 inland. 75 at the coast. i'll have the seven-day forecast in a few moments. if not it's a traffic tuesday. >> for sure. look at the bay bridge. it's 6:09. we had a lighter flow but here we have the backup for all lanes back to the end of the parking lot off the berkeley serve around west grand kof. the freeway showing increased volume so slowing through berkeley. that's so great. we see that highway 4 down through richmond for the dip in speeds. we see a smooth flow from 238 to
92. it hered and no injuries. this will be a distraction so watch for unusual slowing. so far nothing big. we have a nice drive across the bridge, highway 92 and 84 the dumbarton bridge. reminder 92 between 280 and half moon bay on the coast chx, you have a lot more traffic the rest of this month because of all of the pumpkin patches so be careful and take your time there. we'll look at the part system. there is a delay now. equipment problems for the agreement line. prepare for that. potential for a swik as well. we'll end with this. the volume builds, 101 north of 680. >> 10 minutes after 6:00. coming up a new security plan that runs the risk of fnls profiling. af where a firm installs security
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welcome back. beautiful clear start over san jose. 6:13. it's the 15th day of october and temperatures are going to be about 10 degrees above average in some cities and that warm-up continues. we'll detail it all in your seven-day forecast moments away. >> we're looking at 880 through oakland, the traffic builds south of the coliseum. i have three incident as there popped up in the last five minutes for the east bay so we'll show you those. we'll get you around it. >> 6:13. b.a.r.t. trains are running as
usual today. b.a.r.t. management and the unions wrapped up a marathon negotiating session less than an hour ago. they are expected back at 1:00 this afternoon. >> two men could enter pleas in the shooting death of an 8-year-old girl. alicia was shot after opening the door. prosecutors say the two suspects are gang members. >> up to 93 people are dead after a 7.2 quake in the central philippines. the quake toppled buildings including churches. >> a plan in fremont causing concerns. the city could set up cameras in several neighborhoods based on income information. marianne favro is live near police headquarters with more on the plan. >> reporter: terry, this is all in response to a recent spike in home burglaries here. fremont police are asking the
city counsels tool approve a plan to install crime fighting cameras. what's different about this plan they are going to incall them in low and moderate income. here are some of the neighborhoods they are considering. the ard an wood, central downtown t the south donedale neighborhood and the nils district. police say it's not intend to forrous on one type of resident. the police department plans to pay for the 20 cameras with grant money. the start-up cost for the surveillance system will run about 450,000, and police will have to find a wye to fund it. some are voicing concerns that the cameras have a feeling of big brother watching and they fear the city could invade their privacy. recently in some of the affluent neighborhoods here neighbors
have been discussing pitching in air own money and buying assistance cameras. this plan will allow them in all neighborhoods. >> 6:16. the national security agency has been downloading your contact list and may know who your friends are on facebook. >> a block besser from? >> you have to wonder how many secrets this guy has got. he keeps doling these out. the "washington post" reports that documents give tune the paper by snowden indicate the nsa routinely cap turs and downloads people address books and contact lists. the program is not authorized so it's only done ostensibly to foreigners because they are not protected by laws that protect americans. this doesn't protect your
information if you have been outside the u.s. with your phone or you know somebody in a different country who has you in their contact list. >> the scope is staggering. the post says the government downloads 440,000 a day from yahoo! g mail and outlook. nothing is requested. these are takes. here on american shores the nsa admitted to recording the details but not the conversation of every phone call americans make. looking at business news. instel and yahoo! will report after the closing well. intel has a new very. ceo. and wall street meanwhile encouraged by the latest news
the senate is close to a deal on the government shutdown and the debt ceiling. those are two different things. presumably investors know what they are doing and they believe a deal is imminent. >> we'll find out certainly by thursday. >> let's hope. >> christina joins us now. you are not cutting me any slack. let's go right to weather. nothing more to say. >> i love having you here. the celebration. sometimes you get that chemistry with people that just works out. that's what i have with my main moon mcsweeney. take you outside. yeah. we don't get you enough around here a. live look here at the golden gate bridge. nice clear conditions, a gorgeous start to the day. it's one of those days you put on the coat but can go right to the short sleeves. temperatures are going to be cold at least for the next couple hours. then strong high pressure with
the dry winds are going to make for a warm afternoon. let's get to it. it is cold up in napa, 38 degrees there. the same for santa rosa. and you're at 39 degrees in petaluma. as we head through the next couple weeks the potential for grost. 50 in san jose, 41 in sill i-. it's a tuesday, and i know you probably want that weekend forecast. it's going to be nice around here for outdoor plans. hey, i can tell you now one of those days is going to be better than the other. picking up throughout the day that means we're going to see dry downsloping winds increasing. getting into wednesday, clear cold start yet again makes way to the warmest of the week. we could get close to 90. i am forecasting that. as we head through wednesday.
thursday, the fog will kourn early and temperatures cooler at the coast. nice and warm inland. 76 in san francisco. wednesday into thursday there are the changes, temperatures level off thursday into friday. saturday great for the beach up to 85 degrees. but by sunday the temperatures tumble. mostly cloudy and nice sunny afternoon. >> let's check on the drive. here is mike inouye. >> it is traffic tuesday. we have those fast track lanes backed up as well as the cash lane. as you approach they are open. this is typical so thins burst. we'll look at the map and show you there is nothing unusual about the flow. slowing out of richard into berkeley. a crash cleared from the roadway but it's on the solder.
2 foyr. we're watching for additional showing. the rest of the east bay okay for the walnut creek interchange. southbound 892, an earlier crash moved to the shoulder. that's right by the transition to 92. adding a little bit of the slowing we see. the northbound side of 880 another crash there. this is in the center divide. it might be enough to kick off this slowing which we have seen pop up as that crash was reported so there you go through fremont. fine in the northbound direction, but southbound there is an issue, disabled vehicle that has clored to the shoulder. there is the slowing out of the alta mont pass a. look at the peninsula side out of the south bay. there are no problems for sante fe. back to you. >> good news. thank you. 6:21.
exploded last night was found below an airplane right at the gate. two other similar devices were also found nearby outside the airport's tom bradley international terminal. those two did not go off. this is the second dry ice explosion at l.a.x., on sunday night a dry ice bomb went off 18 men's bathroom no. one was hurt in either explosion. police do not believe the incidents are acts are of terrorism but they are looking for the person responsible. >> this morning fairfield police are searching for an arsonist. police believe the man in the photos we're about to show you start add fire in the walmart on north texas street early yesterday morning. fire caused several containers to explode. no one was hurt. >> earlier this year our investigative unit exposed major problems with santa clara county's restaurant inspection system. today the first step in repairing the problems begins. the department of environ itle health will hold the first in a series of meetings this month.
they are syracusing input on a restaurant grading model presented to the board of supervisors earlier this month the board is expected to vote on this scoring system by the end of the year. >> 6:26. still ahead alameda county's second largest employer about to get shut down. why a deal on capitol hill cannot come soon enough for thousands of workers. >> and b.a.r.t. trains are running but for how long? new details about the ongoing negotiations next. >> a step outside and look, that's a gorgeous sunrise coming up. that's san jose. you'll notice it's crystal clear. if you are thinking about warm temperatures your wish is christina loren's grant. she's going to say warm temperatures, great day for the beach too. coming up in a bit. >> we know what you meant. >> i hope. i am notice t not sure. >> a look at the nasdaq. we are just minutes away from the opening bell and about three
minutes away to be precise. rosetta is on the nasdaq. we'll be back in a bit. [ male announcer ] you can change your tomorrow if you do something today. and there's never been a better time because this year, devry university has $45 million dollars in need and merit-based scholarships and grants available to those who qualify.
b.a.r.t. trains rolling down the track. at least for today. new details about the closed door negotiations which just wrapped up. >> a little boy hit by a light rail car in the south bay. the evidence that could pinpoint exactly how it happened. >> a live look outside at the city by the bay. christina and mike have a look at both of your forecast and commute in moments. >> a live look right now at the opening bell. which way is gotting to go. early indications are they are believing that the government shutdown close to ending. things are looking better. wow. let's hope it happens that way for everybody. especially the people applauding on wall street this morning.
opening bell on wall street right there. moments later, ring it. thank you. a different tone for the nasdaq. it's tuesday, october 15th, this is "today in the bay." good morning. i feel like w should be ringing a bell. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> you got to ring my bell. good morning. i'm marla tellez. jon and laura are off today. a developing story affecting hundreds of thousands of commuters as b.a.r.t. and its employee union continue to hammer out a deal. that means b.a.r.t. trains are still running today. right now both sides are taking a recess after a marathon bargaining session. about an hour ago this federal mediator stepped out to tell us both sides are taking a break until early this afternoon. despite a midnight deadline. so far a strike has not been called and b.a.r.t. service will not be interrupted during
negotiations. it's possible that a strike could come any time. but again, this morning b.a.r.t. trains are running as usual. >> this morning day 15 of the government shutdown and we are now just two days away from the debt ceiling deadline. tracie potts joins us live from kill. we understand some hope in the senate, republicans and democrats have agreed on the basics of a deal. >> reporter: exactly. that they move forward we've got to see if the republicans in the house are going to buy into it. now it looks like the top two in the senate harry reid and mitch mcconnell, are both saying signs are encouraging. there is a lot of progress. here is that deal as we know it at this hour being presented to both sides later today. it would put a budget in place that would get all of the furloughed workers back to work, and extend that budget through the middle of january. the u.s. would be able to borrow money to pay bills after thursday, through early february, maybe a little later. here's the caveat.
lawmakers would have to get together before the end of this year and come up with a budget. that could be a challenge. something more permanent than what they are doing here. this would get things rolling again. both sides get a look at it today. even if it passes the senate a lot of knds of conservatives in house not happy with now the negotiations proceeded and we've only got two more days until that deadline for possible default. >> thank you very much. a deal to end the shutdown is not coming soon fluff for lawrence livermore lab employees. this morning employees at the nationally renowned lab will begin shutdown operations. the lab is one of the country's leading research centers in nuclear and computer science. more than 6,000 people work there making it the second largest employer in alameda county behind uc-berkeley. most of the lab will be closed by end of day tomorrow. >> let's check the forecast. christina loren has forgiven me for whatever i did earlier.
going to give us a gorgeous forecast. >> forgiven you, terry. you can do no wrong in these eyes. these eyes have seen -- i'll stop right there. i want to start with this live picture, beautiful start to the day. over san jose, a clear start at the immediate coast so no low clouds to get in the way. it's a traffic tuesday, we'll check on that in a moment. 48 degrees in livermore. 49 in concord. look at this in the upper 30s, 38 degrees now in santa rosa and napa. i stopped at high noon when temperatures are going to be comfortable. we'll be in the 60s for the most part, rounding out the day in mid-80s. 83 degrees for livermore, 80 in fremont and 76 degrees in san francisco so. still, mike, getting spoiled at our local beaches. are we getting spoiled on the roads? >> you know, well, yes. we are getting spoiled on the roads meaning that there's not that additional flood of traffic that we thought we were going to
have. the b.a.r.t. trains are running. our chopper is over the west oakland b.a.r.t. station. a flashing light a reflection. we have smooth traffic. the trains will be moving. we see one of them at the station as folks board and make their way. there is a delay for the fremont line, fremont and richmond. a report after 15-minute delay which happened early. it continues for the line because of a reported equipment problem. the rest of the lines are operating on time. ac transit is moving. their buses. we have the watch on their potential for a strike in a couple of days. meanwhile t the roads, typical traffic tuesday. the build so out of ka knoll your typical flow. we have a couple of issues. reports after crash. quickly moved to the shoulder
but that is enough sometimes to cause additional slowing so. far the sensors are holding over the last five minutes. north 680, reports after crash or stalled vehicle. waiting to get clarification. it is southbound 680 out of pleasant hills kiptal for that walnut creek area. south 880 toward earlier crash at 92, there is paperwork but it's off of the highway. union city south 880 and north as there is another crash in the center divide which might distract the commute. that's where we see the orange. back to you. >> thanks. a man who lives a it a south bay home day care for kids faces charges ever sexual abuse. the 68-year-old is accused of molesting two children. the alleged abuse happened off south wolf road.
he is the father of the day care owner. the day care center remains open for business, the license is in good standing with only one complaint relating to an aggressive dog. >> also in the south bay a young boy is in the hospital after he was hit by a train. the boy was hit when the train was pulling into the station about 7:30 last night. it's not clear how badly the boy is hurt. the boy is between 4 and 7 years old. the sheriff's accident reviewing video from the platform and from the front of the train to help berm what happened. >> police investigate a shooting in the lower hate neighborhood. completes police found three people shot. one person died. the other two are expected to survive. homicide detectives working the case. so far no arrests. >> 6:36. still ahead almost 100 feared
dead after a massive quake in the philippines. details about the severe shaking that sent several historical buildings crashing to the ground. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great deals the easy way. you do enough flying around. that's why we give you real big club card deals. this week, load up on your favorite coke products. 12 packs are $2.77 each. tide is $16.99 for 150 ounces. that's under 20 cents a load. and oikos greek yogurt is just a buck. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life.
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council says 67 people were killed, 167 people hurt. that's very different from the associated press which is reporting at least 93 deaths. it did not cause a tsunami but the damage is extensive. the quake collapsed buildings including some historic churches. today is a national holiday in the philippines meaning schools and offices were closed. officials say that probably helped save more lives. >> a small plane carrying 14 people missing in baja california. the plane disappeared after taking off yesterday. emergency crews say they have been unable to contact the pilot and that plane only had enough fuel for 2 1/2 hours. rescue efforts have been delayed by weather because of a tropical storm southwest of cabo san lorenzo. the storm has weakened and downgraded to a tropical depression but it's supposed to bring heavy rain. >> 6:40.
b.a.r.t. trains on the track but are closed door negotiations going off the rails. new details about the looming strike. >> will steve jobs' final request get the green light. >> a new security service based not on crime stats but how much you make. we'll explain the concerns over a surveillance camera proposal next. >> and wall street seems to think positive about a deal in washington despite no participation from the house. we'll take a look in business. >> the sunrise creating an orange glow over san jose, a speck tack you lr picture. it's cold. temperatures are still going to be warmer than yesterday. then the weekend. your full forecast in moments. >> i look a peek. it's building for the south bay and building here, this sin oakland. we have a number of incidents
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6:44 this morning b.a.r.t. trains are still running as negotiations continue. a federal mediator making the announceme announcement. even though a strike is not called the threat looms. christie smith is live at caltrans headquarters where negotiations just wrapped up this morning. christie, even more on this developing story for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. talk about a player-a-thon session. both sides sitting down at the table here at the caltrans building for more than 17 hours. they finally broke off talks a
little more than an hour ago with a federal mediator saying that he got both sides to keep talking well past the union's midnight strike deadline. we also tried to speak with a couple of the union leaders who normally have something to say. this time one told us she was under a federal gag order not to speak. the mediator said that the talks have produced some productive and constructive bargaining. described in negotiations as intense. b.a.r.t. yesterday presented a best and final offer. that actually upset the union saying to them it signaled the end of talks. then the unions went ahead and said they presented a counter offer. b.a.r.t. was considering that. the mediator stopped to say this on his way out. >> at the mediator's request we'll take a recess until early this afternoon. that's all i'm going to have to say at this moment. negotiations are continuing. and we will be back at it early
this afternoon. >> reporter: we have live pictures this morning ever the west oakland b.a.r.t. station, that would be the last stop heading into san francisco in the morning. for b.a.r.t. riders, 400,000 of them rely on the system each week day to get to work. it's putting it mildly how they feel about this, will they strike, won't they strike. overnight b.a.r.t. did release a statement of its own, apologizing to the bay area having to wait until the middle of the night to find out if the trains will run. i can tell you that both sides are expected back at the table at 1:00 this afternoon. reporting live, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> thanks. meantime, ac transit issuing notice of a possible strike on thursday. union workers could walk off include 1800 workers. they walk off thursday if an
agreement is not reached about pay and health care contributions. we'll have continuing coverage of ac transit and b.a.r.t. on air and on l?ww at nbcbayarea.com. click on the link in the upper left-hand corner of the screen. you go to the b.a.r.t. strike resources page and if the a b.a.r.t. strike happens we'll start "today in the bay" a half hour earlier at 4:00 in the morning. b.a.r.t. is running today. >> people got an early wake-up call. perhaps you were one of them, thanks to a series of small quakes. the 3.2 quake struck two miles east-northeast of berkley. that was followed by 2.7 and 2.6 quake. there are no reports of injury sñ shaking even in treasure island. my cousin in berkeley felt it. >> all right. inside information. >> yeah. hard hitting information. >> christina loren here to tell us about a gorgeous day. we've seen fan as the sick sun rise shots. >> i have more for you.
what a treat at 6:47. right around 7:15, depends on where you live. let's start with san jose. isn't that lovely. >> it is. >> only to be trumped by san francisco thisz morning. what a beautiful clear sky. i would say it onlyz trumps the shot of san jose because there is no fog. we're going to stay fog-free for one more day, then clouds move in. temperatures are cold. we have no blanket of cloud cover to trap in warmth so it's a frigid start in santa rosa and napa holding strong at 38 degrees. we could drop off even more so as we head through the next 15, 20 minutes into the coldest point of the entire day. the reason why, it is so clear out there at the coastline, look at all of the wind arrows pointing out to sea. that's off shore flow.
it increases, that's going to push the marine layer out to sea. for us that means warming trend. the winds warm up they move from land to see. we stop the clock at noon. you see on the key 10 to 20. as we get in the second half of the day the dry winds are going to increase. that could produce elevated fire danger especially above 500 feet t local hillsing that's what we'll be watching for. and especially tomorrow. at this point no fire weather watch has been issued by the national weather service. that could be the case as we get into this afternoon. really depends on how strong those winds gate. 83 in livermore. 86 tomorrow. then thursday into friday temperatures drop off, you want to hit the beach you can do so on your day off, saturday looking good, then temperatures tumble, the clouds move in sunday into monday. back in the 70s. right around average.
here's our highway man. >> right around average for a traffic tuesday. a heavier flow for your commute. the b.a.r.t. trains are running. we don't have the advantage of the hov lanes. standard requirement for the lanes. standard hours. the south bay with the build. north 87 and 101 looking standard. it's 85 where we have slowing toward saratoga and a couple of crashes on northbound 85. approaching 87. so we're watching for that. we see the sensors turn to orange in that area as well. a look at a smooth flow northbound. there is a crash at stevenson boulevard we haven't seen slowing. there are a couple of more cars in the center divide. southbound the slowing for 880. also that build out of sunol. not unusual in the castro valley
y, let me get awe live look, the peninsula where the flow is starting to build, kicking in for palo alto, still in palo alto and no problems for 280 along the peninsula either. back to you. >> crews are back at the new 49ers stadium. less than 24 hours after a co-worker was killed on the job. bob redell is live in santa clara with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: good morning. we spoke with some of the workers here, returning to work at levi stadium after yesterday's accident that killed one of their colleagues. we're talking about more than 900 workers, to go over safety rules and field questions. yesterday morning he is a 60-year-old man was killed while delivering a load of rebar on behalf of his employer. chopper video from above the
site shows the delivery truck and a large bundle of rebar lying on the ground, next to it we believe it's that bundle that crushed him to death. this is the second time a worker has been killed on this project. police say that yesterday's death was an accident, now it will be up to cal osha to make sure the rules were followed. the agency has deemed this work site to be safe. >> you got one man, human will error. >> it is important. i don't think people realize how dangerous your job is. >> you see i'm wearing my hair net forym safety. i'm working the move. we got to make sure about safety. >> the co-director denied that deadline pressures had anything to do with the two deaths so far. it was in june that a 63-year-old worker was killed in
one of the stadium elevator shafts when he was struck by a counter weight. they will not be issued a citation. >> 6:53. new details about a high risk fire in south san jose. crews tweeted out these pictures of the barn fire near the bailey avenue exit off 101. when crews arrived the flames were covered in flames. the fire is out, the cause is under investigation. >> a bad smell caused a square. crews and police officers stayed on scene at the intersection of shoor cot and zenker rod to investigate reports of ammonia league. until investigators gave the all clear. this morning they weren't sure what doesed that spell. >> a new plan in fremont is
raising concerns about financial profiling. the city could decide to set up surveillance cameras in several neighborhoods not based on crime but on income information from the census. live at central park, near police headquarters. good morning. >> good morning, marla. this is in response to a recent increase in home burglaries here. what the police department is asking the council to do is approve slant crams but what's different about this plan is that the cameras will go up in low to moderate income neighborhoods, based on u.s. census data. here are some of those neighborhoods. ardenwood, central downtown, south donedale neighborhood and the files district. police say it's not the intend to focus on one type of less dent. it's part of a larger plan to put these up around the entire
city. some residents are voicing concern flas the cameras have a feeling of big brother watching and could fear that they could invade privacy. we talked to one resident. here's what he had to say. >> you wonder when you really are over the edge with this security, over security for national defense. people start losing their rights and confidence in the government. they start losing confidence in their leaders. >> reporter: police say that recently because of this increase in home burglaries, a lot of people in affluent neighborhoods they were going to buy their own surveillance cameras. this will allow other people to afford to have them too. >> thanks a lot. today the first decision day for apple's new campus. the counsels sl meeting tonight
to vote to either stop the building plans or move fort. that space ship questioned harters designed to be a saucer shaped builting accommodating more than 14,000 employees. it's huge. if approved the leaders take a final vote next month. >> if you like this, apple has a new head of retail. >> scott mcgrew. one of the best paid women. >> that's right. the the me go is already the best paid woman in england according to reports making more than ceos here. so apple says arnts who is a ceo of berberry will be the head of apple retail. the dow industrials down barely nothing, about a third after per sent. we heard the house51 has its ow
exit plan as far as the debt ceiling. it's very different than the senate. we'll see. we're coming into earnings season. intel, yahoo! report profits. intel has a new ceo. yahoo! knewish, making a big durn around. either say it's about time or i have no idea what you're talking about. you'll be able to direct message to people not following you. meem are not following you will be able to direct message you back this is huge if you're in the fuse miss. you can instantly get on twitter. it's nice to send private messages. going to -- tim mcgraw better look out. >> all right. thank you, scott. >> let's check in again with christina loren, see what's going on weather wise.
i have a good idea it's going to be summer like. >> in the heat of the day around 4:00. as per usual, gorgeous sun rise. a look out the window you'll see the country and it's going to be cold. 40 in napa. that will be the case until 10:00 a.m. by noon up to 77 degrees. temperatures are going to jump between about 10 and 4, at 83 degrees in the heat of the day. 75 and if for some reason you happen to have missed your defrn day outlook. let's check on the drive. >> good morning. typical traffic tuesday. look at that. east shore freeway. show your patterns, the earlier crash has cleared. it's making its+cdñ way to the lot. north 101 with a new wrash heading toward the exit.
no details on lanes but we see showing, don't wait for dye details. we'll go ahead with this and then 85. back to you. >> time now 6:59. one final check of the top stories. b.a.r.t. trains are running. b.a.r.t. and its unions trying to work out a deal. they are going back to the tables at 1:00 this afternoon. >> up to 93 people are feared dead. the quake toppled buildings including some historic churches. >> arraignmentd÷dúg today for suspect linked to the 1998 u.s. embassy bombings. the al qaeda member who was captured by u.s. forces and interrogated on a u.s. car ship. >> that is what's happening today in the bay. we'll be back with a live local update.
buenos días. y acuerdo o no un plan para deal or no deal? a plan to end the shutdown and avoid a national financial crisis may pass the senate as soon as today. >> we made tremendous progress. >> i think it's safe to say we made substantial progress. >> but will house republicans go along. call for help, police release the 911 tapes after a woman is trapped on a railway bridge. >> we need to bring this bridge down now. i don't know how much longer she