tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS April 2, 2015 6:00am-7:01am PDT
i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 6:00 now. did you feel it? an earthquake jolted a large part of the east bay. the magnitude 3.6 quake hit just after midnight. people reported feeling it as far away as napa. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san ramon near the epicenter. anne. >> reporter: it wasn't a big quake. but it was a 3.6. and plenty of people felt t take a look at the map there on your screen. you can see where the epicenter was just northwest of san ramon on the calaveras fault. at least 3,000 people reported feeling it on the usgs website. we spoke with some of them this morning. >> all of a sudden i know this sounds a little weird, but i felt a little dizzy. and then all of a sudden, i saw my screen started moving back and forth. and i just sat there and i was like, you know, backed up off my chair and lasted for 3 to 5 seconds. >> woke up the dog to start
barking and we had to go and check the bottom because -- of the house because it felt like the house was lifted up and dropped down. >> reporter: social media lit up right after midnight. warriors player andrew bogut tweeted earthquake! ! and with as much trouble as i have had with this newly built home i'm just happy it's still standing. passed the earthquake test. we have a lot of information on ways to prepare and the latest predictions on california's earthquakes on our website, cbssf.com. live in san ramon, anne makovec, kpix 5. police from all over the country are in the bay area today to honor a san jose police officer killed in the line of duty. 38-year-old michael johnson was shot and killed last week. elizabeth will have more on today's funeral procession and where to avoid but first, let's go to kiet do at san jose police headquarters. kiet. >> reporter: good morning. in the next 30 minutes here, we'll see the true meaning of the
brotherhood of police. that is when deputies and officers from all over the region begin arriving here at san jose police headquarters to take over and patrol this city while san jose police officers attend the funeral of michael johnson. we are told that these law enforcement officers will be riding two-man, one of them will be driving, the other one will be navigating these unfamiliar streets. when these officers arrive, this is what they will see, a memorial that grows larger by the day now stretching more than 40 feet long flooded with children's letters, flowers and candles and officers have been returning to this memorial while off duty often bringing with them their families. they told me that they are shocked by all this. deeply touched by the public outpouring of support. now, this was the scene yesterday at s.a.p. center where crews sent the day setting up for the funeral. they are expecting anywhere from 4,000 to 7,000 people to attend today. throughout this entire week, stories are emerging of officer michael johnson's warmth and kindness and dedication of service. this woman's son was steered away from a life of gangs. would you say that officer johnson saved your son's life?
>> i would say so. yes, i would say that he saved my son's life just like he savored the lives of everybody every day when he puts on that uniform and puts on that badge. >> by the way, angela tirado is singing amazing grace today during the funeral. procession begins at 10:00 this morning in los gatos with more details on that, here is liz. >> we have made a map to show you the hot spots to avoid. it should start once the bulk of the commute has wrapped up. the motorcade will start at north santa cruz avenue. you can see the procession. 6:15 north santa cruz avenue and expect traffic tie-ups on the route. the procession will head north on winchester boulevard actually crossing through downtown campbell on its way to the s.a.p. center in downtown san jose. so mass transit might be your best bet. rolling closures, traffic tie- ups, the name of the game, mass transit is encouraged. , the caltrain station diridon station there's also vta, caltrain.
passes every passing through three cities, los gatos, campbell and san jose before finally all wrapping up at oak hill cemetery around 1:00 this afternoon. frank and michelle, back to you guys. >> thank you. we are going to have live coverage of the funeral procession and the services starting at 10 a.m. if you are away from your tv watch online at cbssf.com. for the first time in california history, the governor orders mandatory watered reductions statewide. that's because most of the state is in extreme or exceptional drought situations. governor brown announcing it yesterday at echo summit where the stated does its monthly snowpack measurement. for the first time, in 75 years there was no snow for the early april measurement. the melting snow is supposed to fill the state's rivers and reservoirs. we're in an historic drought. and that demands unprecedented action. >> that unprecedented action
calls for a 25% statewide reduction in urban water use compared with 2013 levels. it also cruz a plan to replant lawns with landscapes that don't need much water. golf courses, cemeteries and campuses will have to reduce water use and governor brown is asking water agencies to raise rates to discourage waste. you can find some more drought saving tips at cbssf.com. that's cbssf.com/drought. >> it's amazing the video of that news conference. usually they have their winter boots on because they are snow- bound. >> they probably didn't even need jackets yesterday because highs were near 60 degrees. i'm so happy that the governor is saying this is statewide now. southern california has to get in on conservation now. i'm so thrilled about that. you can still garden as long as you use the proper vegetables and if you go to my blog i wrote about that yesterday as well but you have to remain within that 25% cut back. we have rain coming up in the
next seven days. 1.5" is what we should be experiencing for the month of april as far as rain is concerned. nearly .75" in may and .16" in june and boy, let's hope that we do have the rain that's panning off right now or in the forecast for sunday, monday and tuesday. let's hope we get that. right now it's rain-free in the 40s and 50s out the door the winds have been dialing back will increase out of the northwest 10 to 15 today. and these numbers going up in comparison to to yesterday. 60s beaches, 70s across the peninsula and into the santa clara valley. east of the bay, temperatures pretty much where they should be this time of the year. 60s and 70s. north bay numbers stacking up from 63 in stinson beach to 73 in napa. hey, liz, coming up next time around, seven-day forecast and bay bridge series outlook. >> a lot to look forward to. all right. thank you, roberta. out the door show you what's going on now. overall we had a relatively quiet commute but we have a few new accidents rolling into our newsroom including this one it's off to the shoulder but i mentioned it because it's
already causing a slowdown. it's westbound 4 at willow pass. so there is an accident right there in concord and you can see the slowdowns as far back as antioch one continuous long line of all yellow sensors. those speeds are around 40 miles per hour or below in some spots. out the door a live look at a traffic camera across the golden gate bridge. a few more cars heading out of sausalito but so far no delay for your marin county driver. 880 also getting more crowded now that we're past 6:00. northbound quiet drive times. 16 minutes between 238 and the maze. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. real estate heir robert durst is going back to court today and his lawyers are going after law enforcement agencies. durst' defense attorneys say the fbi illegally went through his trash to get enough evidence for an arrest warrant and they claim the new orleans police department helped cover it up. durst faces murder charges in
los angeles. an hbo documentary on durst provided evidence he may have killed three people. san jose police released the photo of a woman who got out on the tarmac of the mineta international major. 20-year-old deanna predoehl was arrested tuesday. she was spotted inside the fence. it was reported. it's the fifth security breach in less than a year at sjc. >> reporter: do you feel like this is the new normal? >> terms of? >> people jumping fences all the time. >> reporter: this is detecting and deterring people that want to scale our fence line, it's something that is always a primary concern for us. >> that current fence is 6 feet tall. the airport pushing for a taller one. it's also testing the use of cameras, radar and motion sensors. the civil trial connected to the suicide of saratoga teenager audrie pott could be moved out of santa clara county. the attorney for two of the boys who bullied pot before her death is asking for a change of
venue or a gag order. he believes the pretrial publicity tainted the jury pool. pott killed herself in 2012 after rumors spread that naked photos of her were being shared online. state attorney general kamala harris is officially kicked off her 2016 campaign for the u.s. senate seat of barbara boxer. harris held a kickoff event last night in san francisco where she once served as the district attorney. the media were excluded. harris did not speak with reporters. some critics say the state democratic party has annointed harris. her supporters say otherwise. >> she earned it the hard way. >> she is the only declared candidate so far. jeb bush will be in san francisco today. last night the republican presidential candidate was raising money in palo alto for a pac and is examined to run for the white house where his
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schoenfeld. his brother and another man hijacked a school bus in 1976. they took the 26 children on board along with the bus driver hostage held them captive underground near livermore but the hostages dug their way out to freedom and the men were caught and sent to prison. the deputy d.a. spoke at the parole hearing yesterday. >> we're disappointed. we don't feel the community is prepared to receive this inmate back in at this point. >> many who were abducted as children say they still suffer from fear and anxiety but some have said they forgive him and want him to move on. schoenfeld says if he is released, he will move in with his mother and brother in mountain view. governor brown still has to sign off on the parole. state lawmakers are busy making adjustments to religious freedom bills in indiana and arkansas. the bills were touted as a way to ensure people could conduct business based on their religious beliefs. but critics said the bills could pave the way to discrimination against gays and
lesbians. >> the question is removing the specter that's been raised of discrimination and denial of service facilities, some other things so that's what we're focusing on. >> lawmakers could vote today to amend the law. rugby is a fast growing sport here in the united states especially since it will be reintroduced in the olympics next year. the first time since 1924. some toddlers in benicia and vallejo are learning how to play. st. dominic's elementary school is this week's "cool school." reporter: rugby isn't a support we often see in the u.s. >> ready, yeah! >> reporter: it's very physical and gets a little rough sometimes. but these tots are having loads of fun learning how to play. >> yeah! >> it's so much fun.
you get to hold the ball. i like playing with balls. >> reporter: nick k rango, an american raised in the uk got the idea to teach rugby watching the u.s. play new zealand last year. >> one of the reporters turned round and said the reason why the americans aren't so good at the rugby is because the new zealanders learn it from a very early age. >> reporter: so he bought the first rugby tots franchise in the u.s. and partnered with st. dominic's in benicia. now he teaches these preschoolers the core skills of rugby through play. >> yeah! >> do we remember how many points a try is worth? >> five! >> five, that's right! >> reporter: nick says it's the greatest team sport in the world. >> doesn't matter what size, shape, age, ability you are, there's always a position for you playing rugby. >> reporter: and his dream for these young rugby tots? >> to see some of the kids that we have been teaching today taking part of the 2029 world cup or the 2030 olympics and raising the gold medal for the
u.s. >> good job, olivia, good job! >> they're pretty good. >> i think i learned a little bit about rugby, too. i followed the cal foragers a try is? >> five points! >> all right. so this year rugby pots, next year he hopes to add rugby kids, ages 7 to 11. so he is getting them early. >> all right. what's cool about your school? email your nominations to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and feature your school on the show. >> do you watch rugby, elizabeth? >> no. [ laughter ] >> not surprising at all. >> you seem like you would like rugby. >> i do. i like the fact that they it, very physical. all right. let's go to traffic. overall it's been nice today. i have to say we have had a few
accidents rolling in but overall, it's not bad. you can see the drive time 24 minutes so that's a better drive time than usual. often by this time of the morning it is in the red so 24 minutes. unfortunately, we have this crash westbound 580 at el charro road. this is just coming in now. so chp is heading to the scene. we don't have a lot of details but i'm hearing it is possibly blocking one lane. so we'll let you know if it starts to cause a bigger backup or if it's cleared to the right- hand shoulder. nimitz 880 in oakland, oakland airport, oakland coliseum is out there somewhere this is distance and you can see northbound traffic still looks fine all the way into downtown. and this is an earlier tweet from kcbs. metering lights have been on since 5:38. it's backing up to the maze now. but at least the approaches are still fine. the eastshore freeway 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. this is another earlier fender- bender off to the shoulder. not blocking lanes. just kind of a longer line of slow and go traffic now beginning in antioch where we always see it all the way out
to concord. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." let's get an update on the forecast. here's roberta. sun-up is minutes away. take a look at the bay bridge. the sky above the bay bridge is beginning to lighten up. i don't know if you can see it at home but we have a flag on the embarcadero it's a little bit crisp. we have a wind up to about 8 miles per hour at this particular time at the embarcadero. livermore at 45. it's colder than that in santa rosa or cooler than that. mid-40s in concord, san francisco mid-50s with the bay bridge in mind here let's talk about the bay bridge series. it's our san francisco giants hottesting the a's game time 60 degrees at 7:15 for first pitch dropping into the mid-50s so dress in layers. cool air worked its way into the bay area with the passage of the dry cold front. we have another little trough to the north of us. between the low and the high, a pressure gradient, so a bit
breezy today but not as windy as it has been the past 48 hours. northwest winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. this is the area of low pressure. it's a first in the series of weak impulses stacked up out there. this promises to bring us at least a good chance of rain showers on easter afternoon in the north bay. until then, 70 central valley. 69 mendocino. warmer today in the greater lake tahoe area in the low 50s. it's currently in the 20s. temperatures in the 60s and the 70s today. and the breeze will usher the pollen around again, blame it on the al deck, ash and juniper -- on the alder, ash and juniper. we call for a good chance of rain showers sunday, monday and tuesday. make it a great day! all right, roberta, thank you. time now is 6:20. a reason to celebrate today for employees of the nation's biggest
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good morning, everyone. the "chronicle" is reporting that a's centerfielder coco crisp needs surgery to remove bone spurs from his elbow. he is expected to miss six to eight weeks. ouch! todd mclellan sharks needed to run the table to have a shot at the play-offs. and they got a statement win last night against the avalanche. scott hanen tips it to brent burns shoots and scores. 2-1 san jose third period logan couture finds marleau for a two goal lead. sharks win 5-1. but they are still five points out of the final play-off spot. remember the name ivan rav. -- rabb have a basketball player at bishop o'dowd high whose coach thinks he might become a household name. >> the bay area i think you mention jason kidd, leon po, ivan rabb. i think you can mention them in the same breath.
>> lofty for the nation's fifth highest recruit. rabb scored 10 points last night at the mcdonald's all america game in chicago but he didn't announce whether he is going to go to cal or arizona. so keep your ears open. that announcement could come later today. over my shoulder, the mvp race will likely come down to steph curry and the rockets star james harden. curry turned voters' heads with fancy dribbling a couple nights ago. last night harden responded. >> anything you can do i can do better >> harden came out against the kings and he scored a career- high 51 points. it's his second 50-point game of the season. the last game, 13 days ago. houston beat sacramento 115- 111. curry, it's your turn. that race coming down to the wire. >> the a's and giants bay bridge series. we'll see you tonight. play of the day, we'll take you back to the mcdonald's all america game in chicago. jaylen passes to zimmerman who
finishes with a little two- handed dunk right there. these kids are in high school. some of the best in the nation doing their thing in chicago. east beat the west 111-91. your play of the day. 6:26. governor brown is taking unprecedented action after a dismal measurement. sierra snowpack and it could end up costing you. >> reporter: a little earthquake overnight in the east bay. coming up, we'll tell you where it was felt and hear from some
the city of san jose is in mourning. i'm kiet do with details about the upcoming funeral of officer michael brown. the outrage over religious freedom laws appears to be working. what changes we're likely to see. >> rain is back in the forecast on easter. >> we have been searching for the slowest travel times around the bay area. we think we found it. highway 4. we'll show you why coming up. good morning, everyone. thursday april 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. an early-morning earthquake woke up people in the east bay. anne makovec is live near the epicenter. she joins us from san ramon. anne. >> reporter: the 3.6, relatively small but this is a generally quiet part of the calaveras fault. and this quake hit just after midnight 12:06. you can see the epicenter there on the map on your screen. it was just northwest of san
ramon and over 3,000 people felt it according to the usgs website. we spoke with some of them this morning. >> so i was awake at 12:00 and all of a sudden i heard a noise and i felt a shake. my girlfriend woke up at the same time. and we thought something fell. it was like a big shake. it was just, you know, subtle. >> reporter: social media lit up right after that quake. one of our producers brad bellstock tweeted, well, that was fun, the few seconds it lasted, had one glass get knocked on the floor from that earthquake. and sandy kay tweeted everyone is freaking out over the earthquake in san ramon. man up, east bay! it was only a 3.5. we don't trip if it's under 4. it was a 3.6, though. the group that crunches earthquake data did predict an 11% chance of a magnitude 6.7 or larger on this quake over the next two decades. of course, with all this earthquake data, you can only
wait and see. live in san ramon, anne makevoc, kpix 5. police officers from all over north america are in san jose today for the funeral of officer michael brown who died in the line of duty last week. our elizabeth wenger will have the very latest on the procession, the funeral procession and road closures. kiet do reports from san jose police headquarters. >> reporter: within this hour we'll see a display of professionalism and respect when comes from the region will begin patrolling this city as san jose police officers attend the funeral of officer michael brown. we are told that these law enforcement officers will be riding two-man, one of them will be driving, the other one will be navigating these unfamiliar streets. when these officers arrive, this is what they will see, a memorial that grows larger by the day now stretching more than 40 feet long flooded with children's letters, flowers and candles and officers have been returning to this memorial while off duty often bringing with them their families. they told me that they are
shocked by all this. deeply touched by the public outpouring of support. now, this was the scene yesterday at s.a.p. center where crews sent the day setting up for the funeral. they are expecting anywhere from 4,000 to 7,000 people to attend today. throughout this entire week, stories are emerging of officer michael johnson's warmth and kindness and dedication of service. this woman's son was steered away from a life of gangs. angela tirado said he spoke with her son once and helped steer him away interest a life with gangs. he set your son on the right path? >> yes, he did. >> reporter: what do you think it would have been like if your son hadn't met michael johnson? >> i don't think he would be as good of a person that he is today if he hadn't have. >> reporter: and by the way, angela tirado is singing amazing grace at the funeral starting at 10 a.m. we have made a map for folks to help avoid some of the hot spots midday. so the motorcade starts in los
gatos along north santa cruz avenue at the funeral home at 10:00. it will pass north through downtown campbell on winchester stevens creek boulevard through some of the busier streets before arriving in downtown san jose at s.a.p. center. expect rolling closures and traffic tie-ups so mass transit is encouraged. caltrans has a station across from the s.a.p. center. it's passing through busy intersections anyway by santana row, valley fair, so again most of the traffic tie-ups will be midday between 10 and 1:00. frank and michelle, back to you guys. >> thank you. and we'll have live coverage. funeral procession and services starting at 10 a.m. on kpix 5 and cbssf.com. it's a historic move during a historically dry time. for the first time ever in california, the governor is ordering mandatory water reductions statewide. that's because as you can tell from this map, most of the state is in an extreme or
exceptional drought situation. governor brown made the announcement yesterday at echo summit in the sierra. for the first time in 75 years, there was no snow for the early april measurement. the melting snow is supposed to fill the state's rivers and reservoirs. >> we're in an historic drought and that demands unprecedented action. >> that unprecedented action calls for a 25% statewide reduction in urban water use compared with 2013 levels. it also includes a plan to replant lawns with landscapes that don't need much water. golf courses, cemeteries and campuses will have to reduce water use. and governor brown is asking water agencies to raise rates to discourage waste. you can find more drought- saving tips on cbssf.com/drought. 6:35. a check of weather now. i guess we're going to get a little relief sunday into monday. >> yeah. we're sure hoping if everything stays on course today and kudos
to the governor for telling the entire state needs to conserve water. reservoirs across the northern portions of california have a surplus of water in comparison to last year. and you can say it's all because of that hefty rainfall total we received in december and some earlier runoff from what snow we had. so we have some in the bucket. but we certainly need to conserve and we're hopping for more rain on the way. right now, it's a seamless sky. it's cloudless temperature-wise 40s and 50s. the winds have been dialing back. we'll increase later today out of the northwest 10 to 15. we have temperatures in the 60s along the coast today. it will be warmer today than yesterday. 73 degrees in morgan hill. temperatures topping off in low to mid-70s east of the bay, as well. 70 around vallejo, benicia and martinez. 60s around the north bay coast side to 72 in sonoma. we have that rain forecast that's coming up in just about 6 minutes from now.
out the door, i mentioned highway 4 being really slow. it's because of a crash that's quickly cleared to the right- hand shoulder barely blocking a lane approaching will bow pass but it damaged the commute through pittsburg-bay point and it's always slow in antioch at this time of the morning anyway. here's a look down the south bay just getting word of a new wreck a hit-and-run approaching old oakland road on 101. the altamont pass got backed up. 27 minutes in the red heavy through the livermore valley, as well. and then slow-and-go as you make your way you to the dublin interchange. that wreck approaching the dublin interchange is clear to the right-hand shoulder. a gorgeous view of the sun coming up over the golden gate bridge. traffic busier right now out of sausalito but so far problem- free for your marin county drive. that is "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. one of the notorious chowchilla kidnappers may get out of jail soon. the parole board has granted james schoenfeld parole. he and his brother and another
man hijacked a school bus in 1976. they took the 26 children on board along with the bus driver hostage. they held them captive in an underground bunker near livermore. the hostages dug their way out to freedom and the men were caught and sent to prison. not all the victims think schoenfeld should stay in jail. >> every victim is affected differently by this event. and each one of them is coping in a different way. and i am happy and proud to help them each through their journey. >> many victims say they still have fear and anxiety stemming from the childhood trauma but some say they forgive him and he paid his dues. 6:38 now. state lawmakers are making adjustments to the religious freedom bill in indiana and arkansas. the bills were touted as a way to ensure people could conduct business based on their religious beliefs but critics say it could pave the way for discrimination against gays and
lesbians. the president of kenya is deploying security forces after gunmen killed 15 people and took hostages. about 9 hours ago gunmen went into a university and started shooting. police have the building surrounded. but the gunmen have hostages with them. investigators believe the attackers are a somali us lambic extremist group. four workers were killed and two others have life- threatening injuries. the result of an explosion and fire on an oil platform in the gulf of mexico. 300 other workers managed to evacuate yesterday. the cause is under investigation. but the pmex oil company says it appears to be related to mechanics. the company said it managed to avert any significant oil spill. mcdonald's giving its workers a big break today. starting july 1, some 90,000 workers at the 1500 eateries the company owns and operates will be paid at least $1 more than the minimum wage. employees with at least a year on the job will get up to 5 days of paid leave a year.
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time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us live in new york with more on the big show. hey, charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. deborah pott is following developments on breaking news out of kenya. gunmen storm a university taking hostages. plus, we're on your big story the unprecedented water restrictions. we'll talk with scientists about what else needs to be done to fix this historic drought.
also, mcdonald's is raising pay and adding benefits for some restaurant workers. only on "cbs this morning," the ceo is in studio 57 and says why the change doesn't go further. >> he fished everything from deadly stingrays to man eating pirhana. he takes michelle miller fishing in the everglades. that and more, the news is back in the morning. see you at 7:00. >> thank you. two internet giants based in the bay area are facing new pressures from regulators over in europe. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. lawyers for google and facebook are going to be busy in europe. the "wall street journal" says european commission is preparing antitrust charges against google following its 5- year investigation into its search practices. rivals accused google's search results of favoring its own products and services.
also a number of other issues at stake here. google settled the search practice issue in the u.s. without any punitive damages. that could go the other way in europe where google has a much bigger presence in search, 90% of all searches through google as opposed to 65% in the u.s. and facebook is facing investigations in several countries by privacy watchdogs on how it handles user data in particular in regards to its what's app instagram site and how it uses that information to target users with advertising. the labor department reporting that first time unemployment claims fell by 20,000 to 268,000, four-week average down to 285,000. continuing to get good news. labor tomorrow reports its march employment report. economists looking for a solid gain of 250,000 although adp earlier reported less than 200,000 so we'll see what happens tomorrow. the stock market is closed tomorrow for the holiday weekend. today we're off to a flat start following two losing sessions. let's take a look at the big
board and see how we're doing so far. dow up by 27 after a flat start. nasdaq meanwhile is moving up by one. and the s&p is up by 2. frank and michelle, back to you. >> it's up. we'll take it after this week, huh? >> a couple of rough days so hoping to get back some of that today in the final deja no kidding. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks, can you. a driverless car developed in silicon valley completed a successful trip from the bay area to new york. delphi automotive's suv finished its 3500-mile journey this week. for most of the trip, the car was driving itself. the vehicle uses gps sensors and cameras to steer through traffic and brake on its own. >> the car actually handled extremely well when it saw other cars around it slowing down and following the lane lines. >> the path to total autonomy on the road faces a major roadblock. most states have yet to pass
legislation to make self- driving cars street legal. there are also questions about insurance coverage and accidents involving such cars. an extra bart track should make the commute easier on the heavily used line between pittsburg and san francisco. a crossover track opened yesterday between the pleasant hill and walnut creek stations. trains moving at high speed can switch over and use the track to get around disabled trains and lets bart use longer trains during peak hours. let see how the roads are doing this morning with elizabeth. >> okay. thanks, guys. we definitely know the commute is picking up steam here. we are starting to get to the heart of things. our accident count is increasing, as well. chp suddenly busy. if you are in brentwood southbound vasco at camino diablo, a wreck is cleared to the right-hand shoulder. sounds like the second crash kind of in a similar area in the brentwood and vasco road. here's a live look out the door san mateo bridge traffic also picking up some steam as you can see there leaving hayward drive time suddenly slow. westbound 92, 19 minutes
between 880 and 101. the most of the traffic is behind the pay gates and on the flat section a little sluggish. the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights turned on 5:38 this morning. so they have been on for a while. it's stacked up through the maze and cash, fastrak lanes typical stuff. we haven't seen any incidents at the bay bridge and it's quiet once you get on the span itself. just some of the approaches are beginning to back up but you deal with it every day if you commute into san francisco. nothing new. here's a live look at westbound 580. the drive too many up to 27 minutes now -- the drive time up to 27 minutes. most traffic coming through the livermore valley approaching vasco, just kind of slow-and-go out to the dublin interchange. and then continues that way all the way down through pleasanton and down into the sunol grade. again, no major accidents for that corridor. we saw one by the dublin interchange but they quickly cleared it to the right-hand shoulder and never caused a huge hot spot. south bay different story. this accident still there coming into san jose northbound 101 old oakland road and you can see the traffic jam growing
right there. so just past the 280 interchange one lane is blocked. that's "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. the weekend is almost here. we have 95 weather watchers right here in our kpix 5 weather watcher program here. let's see how many of them are awake this morning. okay. let's give this a try again. come on, guys, there we go. we got three. i'm not feeling the love here, guys? all right? we need to wake up our west. get them some alarm clocks. hey, jane at 52 degrees in clayton. thanks for rising and shining with us. and this over here, let's try this one, one more time. that's 53 degrees. oh, jane again. [ laughter ] two people then! this is a look towards the bay bridge. [ laughter ] >> we have some pretty clear skies out there. temperatures we are into the 40s and into the 50s. the winds have been dialing back. hey, speaking of the bay
bridge, tonight it's a bay bridge series. we have the giants playing host to our oakland a's. it should be, what, peavy against kazmir on the mound tonight? clear skies 60 degrees at first pitch. during the game the temperatures in the mid-50s so dress in layers. that's a good indication of cooler air mass that has worked its way to the bay area with the passage of a dry cold front. that is pretty much out of here but upstream yet another trough. it's going to bang up against the ridge of high pressure causing northwest winds to blow up to 15 today. breezy albeit not as windy as it has been. this is another area of low pressure. it's the first in a series of storms coming down the california coastline bringing us a shot of rain in the north bay late in the afternoon on sunday. meanwhile, 74 in sacramento today. 65 monterey bay. 73 in redding. it's dry, it's in the 50s in the high sierra. sun is slated to make an appearance at 6:54.
it's already brightening up out there. sunset at 7:33. smack in between, temperatures are warmer than yesterday into the 60s and the 70s. pretty much where they should be this time of the year if not a couple of degrees above average. here's the extended forecast: chance of rain sunday, monday, tuesday. >> thank you. san jose police say this is a woman who got out on to the tarmac at mineta international airport, 20-year-old deanna predoehl was arrested on tuesday. a u.p.s. driver spotted the woman walking inside the fence and reported it. it is the fifth security breach in less than a year at sjc. >> do you feel like this is the new normal in terms of people jumping fences all the time? >> that -- this is -- detecting and deterring people that want to scale our fence line is something that is always a
primary concern for us. >> current fence is 6 feet high. the airport pushing for a taller one. it's also testing the use of cameras, radar and motion sensors. a san francisco taxi driver was viciously assaulted by a passenger in a robbery attempt. [ yelling ] >> it happened just after midnight on tuesday at 7th and market streets. as the driver was dropping him off, the passenger in the back seat attacked hitting the driver repeatedly. the attacker also tried to take electronics from the cab's dashboard. two homeless men will not be charged after a fight between them and one of berkeley's downtown hospitality ambassadors. youtube video showed that city ambassador punching a man in the face. two homeless men were going to face charges until the d.a. saw the video. now the ambassador is out of a job and he could be facing charges. the mer chand funded ambassador's pa -- merchant funded ambassador patrol in the downtown area to make it more
i saw a commercial that said you can save $500 by switching to progressive. that was me, mom. [ laugh ] i thought you said "that was me, mom." [ laughter ] five things to know at the :55. indiana lawmakers are meeting today to clarify and fix the state's religious freedom law. it's expected to explicitly prevent businesses from discriminating against gays and lesbians. yesterday arkansas's governor
asked for a similar amendment. new jersey senator bob menendez vowing to fight corruption charges against him. he is accused of accepting nearly a million dollars in unreported gifts and campaign contribution from a friend. in exchange they say menendez used his influence to help his friend's business. kenyan security forces are moving in on gunmen who killed 15 people in a university dorm and took hostages. it happened about 9 hours ago. the investigators believe the attackers are a somali islamic extremists group linked to al qaeda. police have the gunmen cornered in a dorm right now. governor jerry brown putting restrictions on water use. the governor made the announcement at echo summit where the monthly snowpack measurement is conducted each year. governor brown is calling for a 25% statewide reduction in urban water use. he is asking water agencies to raise rates to discourage waste. a magnitude 3.6 earthquake shook parts of the east bay overnight. it struck shortly after midnight. it was centered about a mile northwest of san ramon. no reports of damage or
injuries so far. i'm kiet do live here at san jose police headquarters. in just this next hour, we'll see officers and deputies from all over the region patrol this city as san jose police officers attend the funeral of officer michael brown. they will see a memorial growing throughout the day and night. now stretching more than 40 feet long flooded with children's letters, flowers and candles. officers have told me they are shocked by all this, deeply touched by the public outpouring of support. here at the memorial we also spoke with a woman by the name of angela tirado who says officer johnson talked to her son steering him away from gang life. would you say he saved your son's life? >> yes. i would say he saved my son's life. just like he saves the lives of everybody every day when he puts on that uniform and puts on that badge. >> reporter: the procession begins at 10:00 this morning in los gatos going north on santa cruz avenue which then turns
into winchester. it then turns right on stevens creek boulevard, goes through the downtown area and then ends up at s.a.p. center. they should be done around 1:00 this afternoon. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. a quick heads up for commuters in brentwood. big delays on southbound vasco roads near camino diablo. that accident is out there causing delays back to walnut. the bay bridge is better than usual on the approaches. 580 is clear so far. and then it backs up into the maze. good morning, taking a look out the door we have the sun making an appearance over the mount vaca area. temperatures into the 40s and 50s. you require a light jacket. but later today will be slightly warmer than yesterday into the 60s, low 70s the not as windy with the northwest breeze 10 to 15 miles per hour. good chances of rain in the north bay on easter sunday. and chances of rain continue monday through tuesday. >> thank you for watching kpix 5 news this morning. we'll start our special coverage of the funeral of officer michael brown at 10
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