tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS June 25, 2014 6:00am-7:01am PDT
your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. we begin with breaking news in san francisco. a high-speed chase ends in a fiery crash killing two people. it happened at the 5th and harrison harrison off-ramp and that's where where anne makovec reports from. >> reporter: 80 westbound from 5th and harrison, a coroner's van pulled up recently. there was two bodies here dead from a high-speed chase. several blocks closed to traffic from hours this morning. most the local roads are open. this is video taken earlier this morning when that car was engulfed in flames. two people who were in the car are dead one was ejected when the car crashed, the other died
in the fire. it started as a high-speed clays on northbound 880. officers ran -- chase on northbound 880. officers ran the plates and say it was stolen so they chased near 880 and the 80 split in oakland near 7th street. >> in fact, stolen vehicles you never know what you're going to find. most of the time when someone is driving a stolen vehicle, there are other things going on. we find lots of warrants inside stolen vehicles and things like that as well. >> reporter: the chase went across the bay bridge from oakland and ended up right here in san francisco. so far, officers have not been able to confirm exactly how fast the chase was going but from all accounts it was high speed. anne makovec, kpix 5. once again, that traffic alert remains in effect, thanks, anne. i think the bay bridge commute is going to get worse as the morning continues. you can already see the metering lights are turned on at the bay bridge. they were turned on early, 20
minutes ago in fact at 5:40. and so you are already stacked up through the maze and they are cycling through the metering lights slowly to reduce the amount of volume on the bridge itself. you can see from our sensors it looks okay right now until you hit the western span right around that fremont exit that first exit coming into san francisco. it begins to slow and the 5th street off-ramp will remain closed until 10 a.m. that's according to our radio partners kcbs. so again, for just pretty much all of the morning commute. so expect big delays. bart would be a good option if you want to head into san francisco later on especially as this commute continues to really get under way. you can also use the ninth or harrison street off-ramp in the meantime if you are trying to get into downtown san francisco. once again, bart systemwide on time no delay more than 40 trains everything good to go there. ace train one and three are also very quiet so far this morning or you can hop on the san mateo bridge where there's no problem leaving hayward heading to the peninsula. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." it's windy outside.
with the forecast, here's lawrence. i love this late season storm system approaching california right now. some showers already beginning to show up in the northern part of the state. the question, could we see some here? maybe just a cup of sprinkles. we are already seeing drizzle early on this morning and some dense fog out along the coastline. now, not going to be much energy by the time that system reaches here so by the afternoon, looking at partly cloudy skies, 70s inside the bay, 80s for the valleys and 60s and breezy along the coastline. windy in through the delta this afternoon. clouds extending over the bay right now as the ships begin to move in with all the cargo. temperatures running in the 50s outside, some upper 50s into san francisco and into concord. this afternoon, as high as 81 degrees in concord. 77 in san jose. 65 degrees breezy in san francisco windy through the delta. that's a look at weather, back to you. 6:03. asiana flight 214 pilots are mostly to blame for the crash at sfo last july. ntsb credits first responders with saving five passengers but as kpix 5's sharon chin
reports, the board also says emergency crews made a lot of mistakes. >> just don't go in there. anybody's in there right now, they're dead. >> reporter: ntsb investigators called it a missed opportunity when two fire rigs rolled over 16-year-old ye meng yuan when she was still alive. >> short window of opportunity for at least two firefighters to perform triage on passenger 41e and verify their visual assessments but they did not do so. >> reporter: and their commanding officers didn't have training in airports or airport disasters. since then, the fire department has upgraded training. >> we can definitely take action to try and limit the secondary strikes that may occur. >> reporter: first responders say today other improvements are in place. emergency responders will now use the same radiofrequency for communication. they can triage patients on the scene in new vehicles, then track them to the hospital. the airport is using a new emergency alert system and the fire department is developing new procedures to avoid hitting victims. sfo safety director whose own
job was created as a result of the asiana crash: >> a lot of those recommendations mirrored the self-assessment that we did. >> you watch the fuel, all right? >> reporter: emergency crews will test the improvements all together at their annual september plane crash disaster drill. sfo also just bought the 767 training airplane for a more modern realistic exercise. >> those lessons learned in enhancements that we made, we're going to drill to those, too,. >> reporter: sharon chin, kpix 5. >> kpix 5 contacted the fire chief in san francisco, and she said she is proud of the first responders' extraordinary work the day of the crash. asiana also issued a statement saying, quote, we believe the ntsb has properly recognized the multiple factors contributing to the accident, including the complexities of the auto throttle and auto pilot systems and already made changes to the system."
to read the full ntsb report, see the investigators' animation of the final seconds of the flight, check it out at kpix.com. george lucas says the bay area will always be his home, but he is taking his museum of art and movie memorabilia to chicago. for years, he had worked to get the museum placed in san francisco's presidio. but the presidio trust rejected all the proposals for a site near crissy field. so lucas opted for a chicago site for his extensive collection. >> we had hoped that we could come to some conclusion that would be positive perhaps with george or with some of the other contenders for that site as well but decided in the end that none of them were really right for that particular site. >> san francisco mayor ed lee said, quote, earlier thisser year the presidio trust unwisely rejected mr. lucas' proposal for a site near crissy field which we understand forced mr. lucas to look at cities like chicago and put san francisco's chance at landing the museum in jeopardy."
a not guilty verdict in an antioch shooting is causing a firestorm of controversy. this morning, cate caugiran asks, when is it okay to shoot at a 15-year-old? >> if you have a reasonable fear of imminent danger, then you're loved to did you fend yourself -- allowed to defend yourself. >> reporter: two years ago madrona shot a 15-year-old kid in fronted of his house of a bullet did this, grazed the kid's side. >> it he did pull a gun and shoot a kid and he is getting scott freeway. it's not right. >> reporter: vandals had hit raynal's house again and again, someone even used a garbage can to smash his car window. so when he saw kids in front of his house with a garbage can, he got his gun and he said accidentally fired. raynal told the court he was trying to protect himself and his wife basically he was standing his ground. >> mr. madrona was in a predicament where he didn't have time to think. somebody was coming at him with a garbage can over his head while he was in a low
vulnerable position. >> reporter: but the prosecution says raynal overreacted and pointed out after the shooting he climbed on his roof and hid the gun trying to cover it up. tully says he put panicked. >> he put the gun down and was in shock. >> reporter: neighbors don't buy it. >> there was an tan tagnizing on both ends. >> reporter: there is no "stand your ground" law in california. but there is a specific criminal jury instruction that allows a jury to acquit someone based off a stand your ground defense so the term is still in california's books. in antioch, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> madrona lost his job at sfo after his arrest. his attorney says his client hopes his acquittal will help him get it back. oakland police trying to figure out who killed a woman in her 20s. she was shot and killed on douglas avenue in east oakland last night. officers collected evidence talked to witnesses for hours. but so far police have no suspects. developing news from
mountain view this morning. kpix 5's kiet do reports, "occupy" protestors were outside google headquarters last night and some have been arrested. >> reporter: this "occupy google" movement lasted all of just about 10 hours. mountain view police swooped in and arrested these guys around midnight. photos posted to their twitter page shows a large number of officers gathering at the scene. "occupiers" say they were getting warnings to leave the campus by 11:40 p.m. they describe the officers as aggressive and unreasonable. it looks like about half of the 20 "occupiers" were taken into custody. the whole thing started yesterday afternoon as a way to pressure google to do more about net neutrality. it's where the sec is considering creating a two tier system with a higher cost broadband fast lane and slower lane for everybody else who doesn't want to pay the extra cost. the "occupy" protest was timed to coincide with a google developers conference and early on in the protest, google said they could stay since they weren't disruptive and police didn't plan to make arrests.
that changed overnight. we tried reaching out to a spokesman for "occupy google." no word yet. in mountain view, kiet do, kpix 5. >> this morning, google's developers conference opens at the moscone center in san francisco. results this morning for primary elections across the nation and six states are in. here are a couple of the winners in closely watch runoff in mississippi. cochran defeated the tea party challenger. in new york charlie rangel won his seat. we are nearly a month into the civil trial between bryan stow and the l.a. dodgers. why defense attorneys are now making his expected life-span an issue. >> late season storm system headed into california. could we see some showers here? tall we'll talk about that coming up. >> and the bay bridge isn't awful yet but it could get there as long as this traffic alert remains in effect on the skyway. the 5th street off-ramp is closed after a deadly crash.
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the crisis in iraq. kerry visited iraq the l today secretary of state john kerry is meeting senior nato officials in belgium to discuss the crisis going on in iraq. kerry visited iraq the last two days to convince the prime minister nouri al-maliki and other leaders to form a more unified government. the diplomatic push comes as sunni militants threaten to send the country into civil war. another medical setback for the giants fan who was nearly beaten to death outside dodger stadium. bryan stow has had a stroke. his attorney recently revealed that he had a small stroke 10 days ago and is recovering slowly. that's why he hasn't been seen in court at the civil suit against the dodgers. one issue the two sides are
arguing over is stow's expected life-span. the jury may have to decide how much his lifetime care would cost. google in the spotlight in san francisco today. they are following in samsung's footsteps to unveil new smart watches during the development conference at the moscone center. they will have the google operating system. they are also working to develop a smart connected home, as well. 6:15. let's check in with liz. >> we have been really closely monitoring the bay bridge toll plaza commute and the backup is growing. we have been watching breaking news overnight. this was the scene around 3:00 this morning after the fiery crash. it started with a police chase in oakland and ended on city streets in san francisco. two people were killed. 5th street off-ramp is closed.
harrison is open. on the western span of the bay bridge off the upper deck to the skyway, delays. 10:00 this morning they are expected to re-open the off- ramp that's according to our radio parents partners kcbs. the metering lights were turned on early so you're quickly stacking up through the maze and relatively like we usually see this time of the morning, a mean a little worst 580 jammed through 24, 24 backed up to children's hospital and we are beginning to see slight delays out of berkeley into emeryville on the eastshore freeway but that drive time is still holding steady. only about 19 minutes right now. but as long as that 5th street off-ramp is closed, i just think our bay bridge ballparks will get worse. alternates, bart is on time. use harrison or 9th street past the crash site. otherwise, everything is relatively quiet. the delays are bad through livermore but they are usually bad at this time of the morning. we also have a high wind advisory that chp issued and better news for this earlier
traffic alert in fremont. all lanes are back open and no longer seeing any delays as well northbound near mission. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." let's see what's going on in weather as you head to work this morning. here's lawrence. >> kind of a busy day this morning. we have heavy drizzle associated with this cold front approaching the bay area shopping up along the coastline. our hi-def doppler radar is showing you some rain in far northern california. see some of those showers right now toward eureka expecting that to stay unsettled throughout the day today. if you plan to go camping towards shasta, be prepared. make sure the tent doesn't have holes in it. expecting on-and-off showers the next couple of days. with that in mind, outside right now we have some thick fog settling in making its way in over the bay and heavy drizzle along the coastline. this afternoon, a mixture of sun and clouds, cooler temperatures. more sunshine and much warmer weather for the weekend. the next couple of days could get very interesting. this late season storm system bringing most of that energy in far northern california. we are going to catch the southern half of it so some
drizzle here maybe a couple of scattered light sprinkles. 80s and 90s into the central valley today, 66 degrees into the monterey bay. computer models showing the system slide through by the middle of the day and the afternoon a few more mid- to high-level clouds move in and overnight into early tomorrow morning more drizzle maybe sprinkles. temperatures, we'll see some 70s and 80s in the south bay 60s along the coastline, windy through the delta. advisories going up this afternoon gusts over 30 to 40 miles per hour there. and then a lot of 60s and 70s inside the bay. sunrise time 5:49. sunset 8:36. over the next few days we'll watch these temperatures bottoming out. high pressure building in, much nicer weather over the weekend and, in fact, getting hot in the valleys back into the 90s. >> time for july. >> yeah. wouldn't you know it? and the 4th of july next week. >> that's right. >> can you believe that? >> time is going by so fast. >> bring it on. this morning, we're finally getting a sneak peek inside the 49er stadium. len ramirez takes us on a tour
of the state-of-the-art facility. >> the players will walk from the s.a.p. performance center down the walk through the double doors to the locker room. >> reporter: this is what the 49ers players will see when they enter levi's stadium on game day and this is what the fans will see. the stadium is just about finished and from the top deck, it's a magnificent view from nine stories up. >> here we are 30 days or so from opening, and we are right where we need to be. it's 94% complete and we're crowding on to that 95 pretty quibbling. >> reporter: the $1.3 billion stadium will open with a soccer game but it was striped for football today just for visual effect and there were some things the cameras weren't allowed to see. this is the entrance to the 49ers locker room. they are just letting reporters, not cameras, in there, because them the players to see it first for themselves. but sure to be the fan favorite are the video screens, the biggest outdoor screens in the nfl. >> the screen is huge, although we don't think it's too big. you still want to be able to enjoy the game but also we are ought to be able to see replays
in the game as you it unfolds but it's 48 feet tall and 200 feet wide. >> reporter: len ramirez, kpix 5. >> it looks spectacular! just so you can plan ahead, by the way, levi's stadium will host super bowl 50 in february 2016. >> you can watch it right here on kpix 5. and i'm dennis o'donnell. the giants have fallen. they can't get up! two nights ago, matt cain gave up six runs. last night kenny hudson. and is there a doctor in the house? [ laughter ] >> the bite felt round the world. coming up. ,,,,
and let bartolo colon go to the mets? looked good, kazmir going for his tenth win last night. it just didn't look good last night. colon allowed just one run in eight innings getting his 8th win of the year. kazmir gave up 7 runs in three innings. and another ex-oakland athletics chris young two home runs. they clobber the a's 10-1 [ indiscernible ] padres up 4-1. 6th inning base him off tim hudson. here comes the second. san diego wins 7-2. hudson not good. luis suarez bit giorgio chiellini and he could space 24 months suspension. a minute afterwards on the header diego in. uruguay wins 1-0. greece and ivory coast tied at 1, ivory coast 91st minute a penalty so georgio penalty kick and he got
it. greece wins 2-1 and they advance to the knockout round for the first time ever. can i hear michelle griego, i want to hear your goal call as we warm up for the united states tomorrow morning. goooooooaaaaal! goal, goal, goal, goal, goal, goooooooaaaaal, goooooooaaaaal! >> play of the day comes from the top of the ninth. we have cards and rockies. matt carpenter a gapper but brandon barnes out of nowhere stretches! what a grab. he is exhausted. and he should be. got some good air there. that is your play of the day. >> that's a good one. 6:25 right now. coming up, the george lucas art museum won't be in san francisco after all. why the filmmaker chose chicago instead. >> reporter: a high-speed chase leads to a fiery crash. two people are dead. and a very popular highway off- ramp closed this morning. the latest live from the scene coming up next. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
ridesharing industry to make some big changes... what prompted calls for reform. k in the lawmakers may force california's ridesharing industry to make some big changes. what prompted calls for reform. >> hillary clinton is back in the bay area today where the possible presidential candidate is headed this time. >> late season storm system headed toward the bay area. will it bring us any raindrops? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and it looks like they are really cranking down on those metering lights going through them slower and slower so our bay bridge backup is getting worse after a major off-ramp is closed on the skyway. we'll have alternates coming up. good morning, it's wednesday, june 25. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone.
i'm frank mallicoat. time now 6:30. breaking news in san francisco, two people are dead after a high-speed chase that started in the east bay. kpix 5's anne makovec is there live and ann, this is a stolen car that officers were trying to chase down. >> reporter: that's right. you can see how it ended right here behind me. the burned-out shell of this car opted shoulder of the off- ramp from 80 westbound here in san francisco at 5th and harrison streets. several local streets were closed for a few hours. those have now been reopened. here's video taken earlier this morning when that car was engulfed in flames. two people who were in this car are dead. one was ejected when the car crashed. the other died in this fire. it started as a high-speed chase in oakland northbound 880. officers ran the car's plates and they say it was stolen. so they started chasing it near 880 in the 80 split near 7th street. >> they tried to stop the vehicle and it fled at the toll
plaza. it took the 5th street off-ramp and hit the left-hand side wall. and the vehicle caught on fire. >> officers have not been able to confirm how fast this chase ended up going across the bay bridge. but by all accounts, very quickly. it's all going to be part of the investigation. this exit is going to be closed until 10:00 this morning so let's check in with elizabeth wenger. >> reporter: up until 10 minutes ago the bay bridge commute was manageable, typical for this time of the morning but i can tell from our camera, they are cycling through the metering lights more slowly. again, this just kind of changed in the last 10, 15 minutes. so i think i definitely would find an alternate to the bay bridge. it's beginning to stack up. the 580 approach jammed solid through 24 and our sensors are showing slowing now from the incline out to the tunnel and then definitely from the center anchorage to that 5th street
off-ramp closure. so if you are trying to use the bay bridge, you can use other alternates into downtown. you can use harrison off-ramp that remains open, 9th street past the crash site use that, as well. but again, the san mateo bridge might be a good option for you. i think that the bay bridge commute will get worse as the morning gets under way. they are not expected to re- open the ramp until after the morning commute until 10:00. southbound 880 to the san mateo bridge sluggish past the 238 interchange to 92. once again no major delays behind the san mateo bridge toll plaza. so this is a much better option for getting into san francisco. 101 looks okay right now, as well. westbound 237 this is a minor accident on the shoulder approaching zanker road. but again, even though no lanes are blocked, it is slowing down the commute out of milpitas. and another great option for bay bridge drivers, trying to get out of oakland into san francisco, ride bart. so far everything is on time.
has been all morning. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." i notice a lot of fog moving into our cameras this morning. >> i noticed a little spider crawling on your cameras. >> it's the milpitas camera. it's his home. >> very nice place to be. [ laughter ] around the bay area today, we have some changes coming. we have seen clouds along the coastline. guess what, a late season cold front diving into the state. can you believe it? we are seeing showers toward eureka and up toward shasta. this is slowly going to sag to the south throughout the day today. we have some drizzle along the coastline right now. there is a chance a slight chance we could see some light sprinkles overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning. 70s and 80s in the bay and valley, dense fog at the coastline, drizzle and 50s. this afternoon awind advisory at the delta, gusts through part of the delta up to 35-mile- per-hour already. that's a look at weather, guys. back to you. >> thank you. on that theme, severe
weather pounding the south and the midwest. storm chasers captured a tornado touching down in plainfield, indiana yesterday. the aftereffects here tossed an rv into a home. in minnesota, mud slides have damaged several homes there. and heavy rains caused flash flooding in parts of fort worth texas. it's a mess. more thunderstorms are expected in the south again tonight. the george lucas museum of narrative art is scheduled to open in 2018. but it won't be in san francisco. lucas decided on chicago instead. the drama over the new museum has been going o for years. kpix 5's andria borba with finger-pointing over what went wrong. reporter: sorry, san francisco, no millennium falcon. no wolfman jack. no jar-jar bing. george lucas' cultural museum is going to the windy city and seemingly the only happy person about this, the mayor of chicago.
>> i can't thank george and melody enough for choosing chicago. this will be a tremendous, as i said, opportunity, a significant step for the city. no other major american city has these type of cultural and educational institutions. >> reporter: the decision and statement by lucas regretful. building in chicago is the right decision for the museum. but the bay area will always be my home. after years of back and forth between lucas and the presidio trust about building the museum on crissy field where the sports basement is, the trust officially 86'ed the plan a few months back. >> i would rather have seen a different outcome, but that is his decision. >> reporter: in a last-ditch effort city leaders offered up seawall 330 on the embarcadero across from piers 30 and 32 for $30 million. but they couldn't beat the $1 land lease offered in chicago. terse statements from the san francisco chamber of commerce and mayor ed lee placed blame on the presidio trust for blowing the deal. earlier this year, the presidio trust unwisely rejected mr.
lucas' proposal for a site near crissy field which we understand forced mr. lucas to look at cities like chicago and put san francisco's chance at landing the museum in jeopardy. in the battle for george lucas' heart and museum, it appears san francisco did not have the force on its side. in san francisco, andria borba, kpix 5. >> and another possible factor that could have swayed lucas, his wife melody is from chicago. she is a cbs news analyst. happening today, hillary clinton will be in san francisco to promote her new book p the former secretary of state and first lady will speak at the orpheum theater at 7:00 tonight. tickets still available by the way and clinton also has a book signing at the book passage at the ferry building that's going to happen thursday morning. you can get tickets for that on the bookstore's website. pilots are mostly to blame for the asiana flight 214 crash at sfo nearly a year ago. but first responders were also
put under the microscopes by ntsb investigators. as sharon chin reports, the board says emergency crews made a lot of mistakes. >> just don't go in there. anybody's in there right now, they're dead. >> reporter: ntsb investigators called it a missed opportunity when two fire rigs rolled over 16-year-old ye meng yuan when she was still alive. >> short window of opportunity for at least two firefighters to perform triage on passenger 41e and verify their visual assessments but they did not do so. >> reporter: and their commanding officers didn't have training in airports or airport disasters. since then, the fire department has upgraded training. >> we can definitely take action to try and limit the secondary strikes that may occur. >> reporter: first responders say today other improvements are in place. emergency responders will now use the same radiofrequency for communication. they can triage patients on the scene in new vehicles, then track them to the hospital. the airport is using a new emergency alert system and the fire department is developing
new procedures to avoid hitting victims. sfo safety director whose own job was created as a result of the asiana crash: >> a lot of those recommendations mirrored the self-assessment that we did. >> you watch the fuel, all right? >> reporter: emergency crews will test the improvements all together at their annual september plane crash disaster drill. sfo also just bought the 767 training airplane for a more modern realistic exercise. >> those lessons learned in enhancements that we made, we're going to drill to those, too,. >> reporter: sharon chin, kpix 5. >> kpix 5 contacted the fire chief in san francisco, and she said she is proud of the first responders' extraordinary work the day of the crash. asiana also issued a statement saying, quote, we believe the ntsb has properly recognized the multiple factors contributing to the accident, including the complexities of the auto throttle and auto pilot systems and already made changes to the system."
you can read the full report and see investigators' animation of the final seconds on kpix.com. firefighter in critical condition after a drill at the oakland airport went wrong. he was driving a fire truck during a training exercise when it flipped over on the tarmac. >> right now with the response, the unit responds individually. it's just one person that's typically in the rig. it's from my initial report that, yes, he was wearing his seatbelt. >> the injured firefighter a 28- year veteran is now being treated at highland hospital for life-threatening injuries. happening today, a rally to urge california lawmakers to force drivers for ridesharing apps like unioner to get commercial auto -- uber to get commercial auto insurance. a girl died on new year's eve when she was hit by an uber driver in san francisco. the driver didn't have
commercial insurance. time now 6:39. shoppers expect to pay a little more at whole foods but it turns out, california customers were plainly ripped off. who the company is now blaming. >> and a big showdown at google headquarters overnight. what has protestors so upset. we have a live report. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's get a quick look at the big board right now. negative territory. the dow is down about 11 points. coming up, we will get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> and we want to invite all you pet lovers to send us some questions about their health and well-being. email away at firstname.lastname@example.org. or at our web page at kpix.com/pets. and we'll have our pet expert give you an answer every friday at noon. we'll be right back. ,,
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we are seeing heavy drizzle along the coastline this morning. in fact, puddles out there toward pacifica and daly city. temperatures this afternoon will be cooler. we'll find some partly cloudy skies. 747 in palo alto and mountain view, about 82 in campbell, 77 in san jose. and about 85 one of the warmer spots in gilroy. east bay temperatures this afternoon under partly cloudy skies, will be cooler, as well. 78 degrees in pleasanton. 77 in san ramon. about 80 in walnut creek. 79 in moraga. about 70 degrees in oakland. in the north bay, a few more clouds and well to the north a chance of showers toward eureka and then looks like 70s toward santa rosa, 77 san rafael, downtown san francisco breezy 65 degrees. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us now from new york. >> would you like me to share? >> now's a good time. >> go for it. >> good to see you, too. ahead a federal judge ruled
america's "no fly" list violates the constitution. we talk to a former marine part of the lawsuit after he was prevented from flying to a wedding and funeral and we'll introduce you to a veteran who says marijuana saved his life. now he is helping other vets get access to pot. and you have heard of a peeping tom, i'm sure, but have you ever heard about a peeping drone? we'll ask jack ford how privacy laws may be threatened by personal drones after a woman says one was outside her window while she was undressing. takes into. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. frank and michelle how do you handle that situation? >> the peeping drone? >> you close your curtains. >> close the blinds. >> i don't know. >> i guess we better -- >> she was on the 26th floor. >> we'll watch at 7:00 to find out. >> the ultimate tease. thank you. >> see you guys. new this morning, uc- berkeley is not prepared to handle sexual assault cases and it's not trained to help student victims cope. that's according to a state
audit. in a report released yesterday, the auditor is recommending changing state law to force universities to undergo training. chico and san diego states were also part of the audit. uc-berkeley is also under federal investigation for its handling of rape cases. whole foods is in trouble for illegally overcharging. the los angeles city attorney's office says the company was charging some customers too much at the hot bar and salad bar. whole foods failed to subtract the weight of the container and it was selling deli items by the piece rather than the pound. some shoppers are reluctant to trust the grocery store chain. maybe you have to look at your options for shopping. >> whole foods blames the problem on its employees calling it a human error. the company has to pay an $800,000 fine for overcharging. the harsh winter in the country took a toll on the economy. here's kcbs radio's financial
reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> good morning, frank and michelle. the 1st quarter was worse than first expected. the commerce department says that gdp fell 2.9% in the quarter compared the 1% decline. a lot came from a big drop in healthcare spending making up two-thirds of that decline. we are expecting a decent rebound in the second quarter. retail sales will be rebounding. may was strong for automakers and also home sales in may rebounded. so looking for a better report for the 2nd quarter. commerce also says that is durable goods orders were down in may due to military drop in demand otherwise orders up .5%. google developer conference under way in san francisco and the company is expected to join others in producing a tv set- top box. it would be powered by its android operating system but the "wall street journal" says it would carry a different company's brand name.
it would join amazon, apple and roku in that particular space. market had a big drop yesterday. but so far, rebounding in the early going this morning, not minding that economic report from the 1st quarter. right now the dow is up by 11 points. nasdaq is picking up 5. s&p right now is up by 2 points. michelle and frank, back to you. >> all right. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. in mountain view, kiet do reports "occupy" protestors were outside google headquarters last night and some have been arrested. reporter: and it's "occupy" google movement lasted about 10 hours. mountain view police swooped in and arrested these guys around midnight. photos posted to their twitter page shows a large number of officers gathering at the scene. "occupiers" say they were getting warnings to leave by 11: 40 p.m. they describe the officers as aggressive and unreasonable. it looks like half of the 20 "occupiers" were taken into custody. the whole thing started yesterday afternoon as a way to
pressure google to do more about net neutrality where the sec is considering creating a two tier system with a higher cost broadband fast lane and slower lane for everybody else who doesn't want to pay the extra cost. the protest was timed to coincide with a google develop, conference. early in the protest, google said they could stay since they weren't disrupting business and police said they didn't plan to make arrests. that changed overnight. we reached out to a spokesman for "occupy google." no word yet. in mountain view, kiet do, kpix 5. time for traffic now. liz? >> okay. thanks, guys. yeah, "kcbs traffic" alert as you just saw wash across your screen still in effect in san francisco. we are really monitoring this bay bridge commute. it's kind of changing and adjusting minute by minute. you can see it here at the bay bridge toll plaza. they were really slowing down the metering lights. it looks like they sped them up and then slowed them down again. the backup behind the bay bridge is relatively extensive. 580 is backed up to 24. so it's no fun, it's not crazy
bad right now, but we know it's going to get worse as the investigation continues. they won't open up 5th street off-ramp until around 10:00 this morning. you can see what's going on, on our sensors. it looks slow approaching the incline and then it's really the western side of the bay bridge that's really, really grinding to -- not quite a halt but definitely slowing down quite a bit once you get past the tunnel all the way past the 5th street off-ramp. the eastern span looks okay. kcbs drove through a little while ago and said the same thing. so right now you can see use the harrison off-ramp to get into downtown san francisco. harrison street itself has also reopened helping some crosstown traffic on city streets or just past the accident scene you can get off at the 9th street exit instead. now, a traffic alert in san francisco, we still have relatively quiet except for a couple of new things coming in. i want to mention southbound 880 at industrial parkway, this accident is now blocking one lane. so you can see it slowing down
the commute for folks trying to maybe use the san mateo bridge as an alternate. we are starting to see slower conditions now from 238 and all the way into hayward. and obviously, wow, this changed. i haven't seen this in the last five minutes so a lot of people are trying to use the san mateo bridge as an alternate. westbound 92 very slow past the toll plaza. this is the flat section of the span. and it looks like it remains heavy to the high-rise. we'll have another update coming up. in the meantime, very foggy outside, as well. let's check in with lawrence with your forecast. >> some dense fog, delays now at sfo of an hour and a half on arriving flights due to low clouds and fog this morning. now, thick enough we are seeing heavy drizzle at the coastline and a late season storm system now moving into california bringing some showers already into far northern parts of the state. up toward eureka some showers there and if you head to shasta, maybe a little camping, be prepared for raindrops. out the door we go. a lot clouds this morning and coastal drizzle. this afternoon partly cloudy and some cooler temperatures and then some more sunshine as we look toward the weekend with some much warmer weather.
in fact, getting hot in spots but not today. we have this system sliding into the state bringing with it a lot of clouds and some drizzle. even a slight chance of some sprinkles locally. 80s into the central valley into sacramento about 97 degrees in fresno 66 into monterey bay. looks like computer models showing you clouds throughout the middle of the day and the afternoon and then overnight tonight, i think we have a better chance of drizzle along the coastline and light scattered showers around the bay area. temperatures expected to be like this, 60s along the coast. 70s inside the bay. 80s for the valleys. next couple of days we'll cool down the temperatures as the cold front slides through down, then by friday we start to warm things up and next weekend hot in spots some temperatures mid- 90s in the hottest areas inland by the beginning of the next week, guys. but these next couple of days, it's a significant system moving through the bay area for this time of year. not bad. >> we need it. >> i'd love to see some rain out of it but we won't get much, i don't think. >> thank you. time now 6:52. violent storms rip through the center of the country. coming up, a look at the
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do so. the push comes as the country phase civil war. voters hit the poll for primary elections. tea party candidates hoping to make inroads after defeating eric cantor in virginia. not as well this time around. hillary clinton comes to san francisco to promote her new book. the former secretary of state will speak at the orpheum theater at 7:00 tonight. she will do a book signing at the book passage at the ferry building thursday morning. george lucas is going to build his museum in chicago. not in san francisco. the film make her originally wanted the museum at crissy field where the sports basement is. that plan was rejected by the presidio trust. lucas decided he didn't want to build at an alternate location in the city. i'm anne makovec live in san francisco where a high- speed chase and a fiery crash led to the closure of the 5th and harrison off-ramp of westbound 80. you can see the burnt-out shill
of the car here behind me. this is also video taken earlier this morning when the car was engulfed in flames. two people who were in the car are dead. the driver a man was ejected when the car crashed. his passenger died in the fire. it started as a high-speed chase on northbound 880 overnight in oakland. officers ran the car's plate and say it was stolen so they started chasing it near the 880 and 80 split. >> inside stolen vehicles you never know what you're going to find. most of the time when someone is driving a stolen vehicle there are other things going on. we find lots of warrants in stolen vehicles and things like that as well. >> reporter: the chase went across the bay bridge and ended right here. at one point speeds were about 100 miles per hour. that is the latest from the chp. we are seeing some backup on the bay bridge because of this. here's elizabeth wenger with traffic. >> thanks, anne. we are seeing improvement on the 580 approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. nono longer back through the 24
interchange. this street off-ramp is blocked until close to 10:00 this morning so this is going to impact all the morning commute. you can use ninth or harrison to get into downtown san francisco. a lot of people are looking for alternates to the bay bridge. southbound 880 jammed up from 238 past the 92 interchange. if you are trying to get on the san mateo bridge, expect slower speeds there and not helping is the crash at industrial still blocking one lane. >> a lot of clouds outside right now, too. dense fog at the coastline. drizzle in northern california. slight chance we could see some sprinkles i think later on tonight and early tomorrow morning. cooler today 70s inside the bay, windy in through the delta, wind advisory goes into effect there later on today gusts over 30 miles per hour already. could be stronger toward the afternoon. much warmer weather expected over the weekend. >> all right. not too bad. thanks for watching kpix 5 news this morning. your next local update is 7:26.
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