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good morning, everybody. it's wednesday, april 29. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. breaking news in the east bay. police have now arrested a third suspects as they continue to investigate an incident where suspects fired at officers in east oakland overnight. anne makovec is on foothill gloved in oakland with the latest. -- boulevard in oakland with the latest. >> reporter: the road is open again. three suspects have been caught. nobody else is remaining in this search. the suspects shot at police officers in the early-morning hours. from what we have been told by a police lieutenant this morning, the officers were out investigating a, quote, serious crime. they were in their vehicle when they were shot at by several men in another vehicle. other officers chased that
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vehicle down. that vehicle crashed. they apprehended two of those suspects at the scene. and the other one took off on foot. that's when they started searching this entire neighborhood. it was on lockdown. you're looking at video from some of the searches in his neighborhood including a home on ygnacio avenue. they finally found this third suspect, this third man, as they say he tried to break their perimeter. so all three of those suspects are now in police custody. as to what crime they were originally out here investigating, police will not say. but we know there were two murders here in oakland overnight. live in oakland, anne makevoc, kpix 5. an overnight curfew helped keep a relatively calm night in baltimore but some minor clashes did happen between police and protestors. reporter: many protestors refused to leave when the 10 p.m. curfew went into effect causing
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a few minor clashes with police. police threw smoke canisters and fired pepper spray to control the crowds. a man approached the line telling the media to disperse. with an armored vehicle approaching from the other direction officers took him into custody. >> we don't have a lot going on so the curfew is working. >> reporter: a quiet night for the most part and a far cry from the the riots on monday which left vehicles and buildings burned, buildings looted and 6 cops seriously injured. tuesday officials brought in national guard and police officers from maryland and out of state. >> this combined force will not tolerate violence or looting. >> reporter: before tuesday night's curfew, crowds in baltimore were loud and energetic but peaceful continuing to voice their displeasure after the death of freddie gray.
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i'm andrew spencer reporting. hundreds of baltimore residents turned out for an emergency town meeting about the riots. one man grew up with freddie gray. the man who died in police custody. >> the signs that i say no justice no peace god is upset with this. >> people don't trust the police and are angry about poverty and corruption. palo alto police say social media helped in the arrest of a suspected groper. investigators say surveillance photo here led to the arrest. they say the man grabbed the bottom of a 12-year-old girl last weekend end at a farmer's market. the photo circulated through broadcast print and social media prompting rob richard chapman of san mateo to finally
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surrender yesterday evening. caltrans is fighting a contractor over problems with a new bay bridge tower. the two sides agree that water keeps accumulating at the bottom of the bolts that anchor the tower but they are at odds as to why it's happening. caltrans engineers say it's due to water that the contractor used during construction. but the contractor says it's coming from voids in the bridge structure.. no real hot spots on the roads this morning. here's a live look at the traffic now filling in through the altamont pass. the heaviest is from 205 -- actually from north flynn to north livermore avenue. you can see it all kind of thick in spots and then clears out a bit and then more heavy traffic as you get closer and closer to the dublin interchange and it picks up between the dublin grade and castro valley y. things are finally filling in now that they cleared this car fire from tracy. it's still bodile necked there
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but all lanes are back open. westbound 205 at macarthur. it's still bottlenecked there. traffic is stalled from i-5 since early this morning. bay bridge toll plaza backed up now east of the maze. 580 is almost backed up to 24. it's getting close minute by minute. it's getting busier. as you just heard anne makovec mention the roads are now reopened after that police presence in oakland overnight. that is "kcbs traffic." here's roberta with the forecast. one of our weather watcher kathy munch she just wrote in and said, boy, you should hear all the birds singing. maybe they hear earthquakes? it means spring is in the air. it does look like spring is in the air. it's a glorious start to the day. that's official sun-up now taking place at mount vaca. otherwise we're still shrouded in some areas of low clouds and patchy fog along the coast. it is currently 45 degrees for the coolest spot in santa rosa. 54 in oakland. in santa clara today temperatures go to 70 at lunch
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hour, 76 in the afternoon hours. san rafael in the mid-50s by 9 a.m. topping off at 72 degrees. danville in the low 80s. around 80 inland. we are going to talk about 90s when he should expect it, that's coming up. joy and relief when the mother of a bay area man missing after the earthquake in nepal finds out he is alive. >> oh, my gosh, yay! he is getting on a helicopter to kathmandu. >> 21-year-old spencer dickinson is from petaluma. and he tweeted his cousin late last night saying, i'm being helicopter. ed off the mountain. tell mom i'm okay. one of four americans who died in the quake was this man, 48- year-old vin truong from sunnyvale. he worked in the i.t. department at kaiser permanente in santa clara. his friends say it was his
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lifelong dream to trek the base camps at the foot of mount everest. >> if it had danger involved he liked doing it. >> it's a shock that he died. it's not a shock he would be there. it's the kind of crazy wacky trips he liked doing. he did something he really enjoyed and went out that way. >> truong was killed in the avalanche that thundered down everest and wiped out a base camp right after the quake. supreme court justices seem cautious about changing the definition of marriage. same-sex marriage is legal in 37 states but conservatives believe the court should stay out of it. swing vote justice kennedy had this to say. >> this definition has been with us for millenia. and it -- it -- it's very difficult for the court so say, oh, well we know better. >> the court could rule that regardless every state laws it must recognize same-sex
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marriage from states where it's legal. governor brown has a warning for water wasters: cut back or pay. as mark kelly reports, a new plan would allow fines of thousands of dollars per day. >> reporter: doesn't look like there's a drought in alameda. green lawns as far as ken clement's eyes can see. >> i could take you over and show you around right now people that should be on the $10,000 fine list. >> $10,000 that's a lot of money. has the governor lost it? >> it is a lot of money and certainly it's more than we have ever fined anyone. >> reporter: a lot more considering east bay m.u.d. can fine water wasters $500 and they haven't issued one. choosing to have a "discussion" instead. >> talk to them, visit them, work with them on the conservation side what can they do to reduce use? that's what we're doing. >> reporter: the carrot approach hasn't done enough. east bay m.u.d. customers need to cut 20% this year. at this bar they have already started. >> we only give water if
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requested. >> reporter: nicholas flores calls a $10,000 fine bogus. and he wants to know what the governor considers a water waster. instead, he has his own drought plan. >> save water, drink tequila. >> reporter: mark kelly, kpix 5. >> east bay m.u.d. plans to pump in nearly 7 million gallons of water from the sacramento river to keep the district reservoirs full through the summer. it would come from three different water districts which still have to approve the transfers. the extra water would cost nearly $15 million and customers will pay through a temporary drought surcharge. time now 6:09. summer is almost here and this year california will have some new rules aimed at reducing heat-related illnesses. >> reporter: i'm kiet do live in cupertino. one of the bay area's biggest polluters has been fined millions of dollars. >> 90s are back in the forecast. yes, temperatures in the 90s. i'll tell you which days to
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expect it. >> and a new wreck in downtown san jose on the guadalupe parkway. we'll show
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there are signs of affection. and then... there are signs of affection. use gas that cleans. chevron with techron. care for your car. time check 6:13. lots of low clouds and fog. we are anticipating earlier burnoff today and you know what? that has a direct result on your pollen report. that's still coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. thank you, roberta. california implementing new rules on friday to protect outdoor workers during hot weather. cal/osha's regulations require that employees like farm workers and landscapers have access to free and cool water. supervisors and workers must also be trained to recognize signs of heat illness. in addition, the rules require that shade be made available when the temperature reaches 80 degrees.
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some students are voicing their disgust about an act of vandalism at stanford university. swastikas were spray-painted over the weekend at sigma alpha epsilon a fraternity with a large jewish membership. yesterday evening 100 people gathered on campus to stand in solidarity with the fraternity. >> i was very surprised. not something i expected to see on stanford campus. i think that a lot of jews are very upset but also we appreciate the support and kindness we have gotten from people on the campus and we feel like we have a lot of allies here. >> it's still unclear who is responsible for the graffiti. the university is investigating. william schultz scheduled to be arraigned today charged with killing a 9-year-old boy. contra costa district attorney says schultz stabbed the boy to death early sunday morning in discovery bay. he is also accused of leaving the crime scene in a stolen car. prosecutors aren't seeking the
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death penalty because the man is 18. a quarry will pay millions to settle a lawsuit over pollution. kiet do reports. >> reporter: good morning. a big announcement happening in just a couple of hours. after years of legal wrangling finally lehigh southwest cement company will be paying for dumping millions of gallons of toxic water into the bay something to the tune of up to $10 million. now, years ago the company was sued for dumping water that was high in levels of selenium, nickell, thallium, mercury and chromium into permanente creek and the san francisco bay. selenium was the focus of the lawsuit and although it is not harmful to humans it is harmful to fish and microorganisms in high concentration. as part of a settlement, the parent company lehigh hanson must build an advanced waste water treatment plant and pay $2.5 million in penalties. the company said, "we are pleased to resolve these issues with an agreement that is
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aligned with our company's commitment to operating in a safe and environmentally responsible manner." both the epa, the department of justice and the state attorney general's office will holding a press conference on permanente creek at 11 a.m. live in cupertino, kiet do, kpix 5. new this morning, daredevil nick wallenda successfully completed a dangerous balancing act. he went over the grand canyon a year ago the 400-foot orlando eye observation wheel in florida. it opens next month. he finished the walk in a few minutes. wallenda rode to the top of the wheel and navigated up ladders before beginning his walk. good for him. >> mm-hm. >> he did something like that in chicago as well outside the sears tower in the windy city. >> yes. he has done some crazy things. >> the grand canyon thing was crazy. >> but he always made it so that's good. >> he always made it.
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did he make that? >> no. he's gone. he is no longer with us. [ laughter ] >> come on! >> he did it!! >> okay, he's fine. [ laughter ] >> let's go out the door. everything is fine on the roads this morning for the most part. >> we're not getting out of this one. [ laughter ] so i say everything is fine. we have this wreck. but it is causing a minor delay. it's not like yesterday though. gosh, we had four traffic alerts. we have some major injury collisions. this morning has been relatively smooth sailing. so this time if you are on the guadalupe parkway northbound 87 at 280 it sounds like maybe one lane is blocked a little hard to tell. chp is heading to the scene now but they are calling for some tow crews and we're seeing a minor delay just behind it coming into downtown. bay bridge metering lights were switched on earlier 5:36 and so you are stacked up through the maze. eastshore freeway looking good 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze in the cash and fastrak lanes beginning to
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stack up. and the roads are re-open right now after an overnight shooting in oakland had a major police presence foothill blocked overnight into the early- morning hours. everything is back open. and i think we'll get another live report from the scene here with anne makovec coming up. in the meantime no delayed on 880 near the oakland coliseum. highway 4 still bottlenecked and growing past hillcrest "a" street and slowing into pittsburg-bay point as well. that's "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. good morning, everybody. let's say good morning, san jose. the third largest city in the state of california. the tenth largest in the whole united states of america. and this morning, relatively clear skies with a hint of some of the stratus that's working over the santa cruz mountains. no reports of any airport delays at mineta international airport at any of our local airports. currently 45 degrees in santa
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rosa. it is 54 in oakland. by 9:00 this morning, along the coast, we'll still have some lingering low clouds and fog. otherwise, sunny sky, bayside and inland into the 50s. here's what we all need to know. earlier burnoff today in comparison to 24 hours ago. just a tad warmer than yesterday. but warmer on thursday and friday with widespread 90s by the tail end of this week. here is the tail end of that dry cold front that brushed across the state of california yesterday enhancing our marine layer and increasing the winds out of the west. today's winds not as windy. 10 to 20 miles per hour. it's really going to pan out to be a seasonal spring day with close to average high temperatures and this builds in for thursday and friday. wait until you see that seven- day forecast. meanwhile 54 going up to 86 in sacramento s up to the 60s in carmel and monterey bay. into the low 70s in tahoe and 91 in fresno. when you have the enhanced marine layer the pollen generally isn't that high.
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okay, so there you have it. today 7.5 medium to high. then over the weekend with the return of the marine layer, the pollen count lowers but that's offshore flow tomorrow and friday. so you see higher levels of allergens in the atmosphere. temperatures up to 81 inland. here up the 90s and thursday and friday, the return of the onshore push over the weekend. michelle? >> thank you. this just in. governor brown issued an executive order this morning to reduce greenhouse gases. he wants to cut emissions by 40% from 1990 levels by 2030. 6:20. up next a northern california college at the center of a racial controversy! the backlash over a photo of the women's lacrosse team coming up. >> i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up i have quite a pitch for you this morning. the a's got a command performance from their ace and for the second straight week a
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to be the knockout blow. solo shot his third home run. baumgarner gedes his secretary win. the -- gets his second win. giants beat the dodgers 4-1 against l.a. sonny gray gave up two runs over eight innings against the angels. he lowered his e.r.a. would 1.98. he scored five runs in the first. he has six runs batted in. looks like josh reddick is back solo shot third of the year 11 runs batted in. he is batting .360. the a's win 6-2. and they snap a four-game losing streak. gets under way as we speak, another premier golfing event right here in san francisco at harding park. the match play championship highlights and i'm predicting a rory victory, highlights tonight at 6:00. have a great day, everybody. >> way to go out on a limb there, dennis. we'll see what happens. play of the day the world of
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a city in crisis. the latest on baltimore as the national guard steps in. >> and the supreme court hears arguments on same-sex marriage. did the justices give any indication on which way they were leaning? >> spring is in the air but it's going to feel more like summer. i'll tell you which days will top off in the 90s. >> and a heads up if you're coming into san francisco right now. first reports of a new wreck on northbound 280 by 101. we'll have details coming up. good morning, it's wednesday, april 29. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 6:30 now. >> breaking news in the east bay. police have now taken a third suspect into custody as they continue to investigate an incident where suspects fired at officers in east oakland. anne makovec is at oakland police headquarters with the latest. >> reporter: yeah. this is where police are now questioning those three suspects at an east oakland neighborhood now back open
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after being locked down for several hours overnight. it all started at about 1 a.m. at 55th and bancroft. undercover officers that were searching for a known gang member in that neighborhood suspected of violent crime. they won't say what. and suddenly a carful of three men pulled up, firing shots at the cops. those men took off eventually crashing and two were immediately caught by police. a third ran away. that is when police blocked off the neighborhood and about three hours later, that man tried to break their perimeter. that's when they were able to apprehend the man. so all three of the suspects downtown at the oakland pd. live in oakland anne makevoc, kpix 5. in baltimore a curfew held overnight a stark difference from the previous night. the violence all set off by the case of freddie gray who died of a spinal cord injury while in police custody. edward lawrence shows us
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conditions on the streets. reporter: >> reporter: national guard troops in armored humvees are patrolling the streets of baltimore overnight authorities picking up more than a dozen people for violating the curfew order that's in effect. >> citizens are safe. the city is stable. we hope to maintain it that way. >> reporter: shortly before the curfew went into effect at 10 p.m. tuesday, police in riot gear backed by community members moved in on crowds of mostly peaceful protestors instructing them to go home. >> show's over, people, let's go home. >> reporter: but some defiant protestors squared off with police throwing bottles and rocks. officers deployed smoke and pepper spray. it's a far cry from the events of 24 hours ago when looting, rioting and fires overshadowed the calls for justice for freddie gray. the 25-year-old died of a spinal cord injury a week after being taken into police custody. many activists believe the tragedy highlights ongoing issues between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
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>> it's important us to establish a national standard for excessive use of force. we can't have ferguson and baltimore happening again and again. >> reporter: many demonstrators were teenagers. toya graham saw her son in a crowd of protestors and took matters into her own hands. >> that's my only son and at the end of the day i don't want him to be a freddie gray. >> reporter: results of an investigation into gray's death are dubai friday. baltimore police are still concerned that something may happen as the sun comes up. they are expecting large demonstrations in the same area they had one yesterday. reporting in baltimore, edward lawrence, kpix 5. governor brown announced a plan to reduce greenhouse emissions in the state. his plan is to cut emissions 40% below 1990 levels within the next 15 years. california is on track to lower emissions to those 1990 levels by theey 2020. governor brown wants to really hit the bank accounts of people who keep wasting water during the drought. he unveiled legislation that
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calls for fines up to $10,000 per day for the most flagrant violators. >> it is a lot of money, more than we have ever fined anyone. >> governor announced the plan yesterday. it would also let cities, counties and water districts issue fines without having to go to court. still needs approval from the state legislature and some lawmakers are already saying they oppose it. you got your in-laws in town. you had to say hey wait a minute, two-minute showers. you have to come out. >> don't let the sink run. don't -- yeah. >> i'm sure they appreciate that. >> they do. no, they're good. they're cool. >> oh, good. that's really good. >> they're watching. >> hi! >> we're going to share live with you looking out towards the bay waters and you stop what you're doing and look at this. >> oooo. >> very nice. >> a need a little more participation. >> wow. >> wow! >> thank you very much. the clouds are clearing earlier today than 24 hours ago. good morning, everyone. 45 degrees currently in santa
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rosa to 54 in oakland. 52 in livermore, light winds 10 to 20. santa clara daytime high 76. san rafael in the north bay kick-starting with 55, by 9 a.m., ending up at 72 degrees. look at this temperature in danville. this is very close to where we should be for this time of the year. 54 to 80 degrees. in fact, i'm going to break down the bay area like this from the 60s at the coast, 70s bay and peninsula to 80 degrees inland. we have temperatures into the 90s. we'll share that forecast at 6:48 but right now liz, what's up? >> well, unfortunately, we have big problems right now in the south bay. we are talking about how nice everything was looking and now we have a traffic alert and all lanes shut down. this is the southbound direction of 101 approaching tully. it was reported as a four-car crash in a motorcycle involved and the motorcycle rider is down in the roadway so they have shut down all lanes of
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traffic. again, this just coming in. a traffic alert will be out there for a while and traffic is beginning to back up southbound. northbound was already slow. so avoid that area. right around the time that accident came in, we were getting word of this one and chp is on scene now two lanes are blocked northbound 280 just past the 101 interchange coming into san francisco. so we're just beginning to see some delays just beyond the 101 split. that is "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. bart needs billions for upgrades and will probably turn to voters for money. a live view at the walnut creek station there. a busy morning commute for many riders on this wednesday. a new report says the agency needs nearly $10 billion for train cars and control system. that would be spread over the next decade. bart directors could put the measure on the ballot next year. the supreme court is taking on a pivotal legal question: should same-sex marriage be
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legal across the country? yesterday conservatives on the court seemed cautious about changing the long held definition of marriage. but liberal justices suggested the constitution requires that same-sex couples be treated the same as heterosexual couples. >> based on the questions yesterday, the justices weren't exactly taken with the discrimination argument but if they were able to get five votes for it, a spate of other laws religious freedom laws for example could also be held unconstitutional. >> while the court was hearing arguments on that issue in washington, dc, people gathered at san francisco city hall yesterday to support marriage equality. that's where same-sex marriages were first legalized by gavin newsom in 2014. today a santa clara county judge will consider sending a serial rapist back to a mental hospital. christoper hubbart assaulted 40 women between 1971 and '82.
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he is the pillowcase rapist for the method used to muffle his victims' screams. he lives in l.a. county where prosecutors say he is a violent predator who continues to pose a public danger. palo alto police say social media helped an arrest of a suspected groper. investigators say this surveillance photo was circulated through broadcast, print and social media. they say it prompted rob chapman of san mateo to surrendered. he is accused of grabbing the bottom of a 12-year-old girl last weekend. a note off to of the women's lacrosse -- a photo of the women's lacrosse on stanford was seen mocking mexican stereotypes. workshops were used to address the issue instead of punishment. some think it's not enough. >> i don't think it's by any means that we want to punish people but at the same time we have seen the trainings done before and the incidents
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continue to happen. where's the larger, like, process and protocol for really creating meaningful change? >> the players have apologized. happening today, some big news for soccer fans. levi's stadium could host some of the matches. teams from the premier league in europe will be playing all over the united states. champions cup is happening this summer. time now 6:39. space sat a premium in the bay area. but more and more homes are sitting empty after they're sold. the reason for the trend. >> one of the biggest polluters in the bay area is being fined millions of dollars by the
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l. 6:42, going up to a high today of 66. clearing at the coast, 60s. sunshine at the peninsula into the 70s. san jose at 76 degrees. good morning, danville! your high temp will be 80 degrees. we'll have a west wind 10 to 20 in stinson beach with the clearing in the 60s. san rafael at 74 degrees. 78 in napa today. and meanwhile, in the mid- and high 70s, even a few low 80s across lake county. thank you, roberta. twitter had a rough day yesterday saw a steep drop in its share price after some negative earnings numbers came out. >> here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. twitter not that happy that its release was leaked before the closing bell. it was supposed to come out after that. revenue was up 74%, but it shy of expectations and even more important more investors is that twitter cut its guidance for the current quarter and the
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year ahead. twitter shares have been soaring and now investors giving it back down 18% yesterday and still giving back more. another 4% lower in early trading today. the commerce department reports that the u.s. economy slowed to growth every just .2% in the 1st quarter on the rough winter, also on the stronger dollar sending exports lower and because of a big drop in oil and gas drilling investment due to low oil prices. the economy is expected to rebound in the next few quarters. the fed wraps up its two-day meeting today and expectations are it won't be raising rates quite yet as we have seen a string of weak economic reports over the past month. the big board is moving a little lower this morning. let's take a look right now as stocks are down on the economic report. dow down by 40 points. nasdaq down 9. the s&p is down
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by 4. michelle and frank, back to you. >> we are up to date. thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. a legal battle over pollution is drawing to a close as the cupertino cement quarry has agreed to pay millions of dollars. kiet do is live in cupertino with a preview of today's planned announcements. >> reporter: good morning. this is a major victory for environmentalists against one of the biggest polluters in the bay area. we're talking about lehigh southwest cement company. they will be paying up to $10 million in fines for dumping millions of gallons of toxic water into the bay. years ago, the company was size for dumping water that was high in levels of selenium, nickel, mercury, thallium and chromium into permanente creek and the san francisco bay. the len isial was the focus of the lawsuit. and although it is not harmful to humans, it is harmful to fish and microorganisms in high concentrations. as part of the settlement, the parent company lehigh hanson, must build a advanced waste water treatment plant and pay $2.5 million in penalties.
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the company released a statement saying in part, "we are pleased to resolve these issues with an agreement that are is lined with our company's commitment to operating in a safe and environmentally responsible manner." the epa, doj and the state attorney general's office will be holding a press conference right on the banks of the permanente creek at 11 a.m. live in cupertino, kiet do, kpix 5. we all know bay area real estate is expensive but there's a new trend in many neighborhoods. andria borba reports from palo alto on the proliferation of ghost homes. >> reporter: with only a six- week supply of homes for sale in palo alto, finding a sold sign is a rarity. that's not the only thing going extinct in the heart of silicon valley. >> i don't see kids. i don't see pets. i don't see anything but gardeners. that's all i see. and new construction. >> reporter: there's even plenty of parking to be found. a lot of the homes getting snapped off the market are sitting empty. >> i do see houses in the neighborhood that don't seem to be inhabited that seems like a lot of money is gone into them.
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>> reporter: before you throw your remote and blame more of the bay area housing crisis on tech, realtor kevin de leon wants you to consider this. >> for us probably about 20% of the buyers are coming from china. >> reporter: at only half of those chinese buyers are choosing to live in the homes they have purchased. >> they are coming in paying really strong prices generally all cash. >> reporter: de leon and his team now print brochures and make videos in mandarin, the hot new trend for chinese is a house in the valley. >> they are happy to have the money in a good investment and not worried about losing $10,000 a month in rental. >> reporter: leaving some leafy neighborhoods owned but empty. in palo alto, andria borba, kpix 5. >> how many ghost towns do you have? >> zero. >> zero. >> liz? >> how about. >> just four or five ghost homes. >> we knew it. [ laughter ] let's go right out to san jose. this is turning into a traffic mess right now. i mentioned this traffic alert in full effect all lanes
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blocked southbound 101 at tully road and we have learned that some people are going the wrong way on the freeway now they are using the tully on-ramp to try to turn around. don't do that. if you know someone is stuck in the backup they are saying now that this he could re-open some lanes in the next five minutes. in the meantime you can see those delay in both directions. it's a hot spot. it was a four-car crash, also a motorcycle involved. so there are injuries with that accident. use the guadalupe parkway instead. southbound 87 looks okay. northbound is still slow after that earlier wreck at julian. we did get the "all clear" by the way. all lanes are now back open heading into downtown san jose. also in san francisco, this accident is still there. northbound 280 at 101 still backed up from the 101 split. so seeing delays both direction. people are using 101 as an alternate. at least a tweet from "kcbs traffic." we have been watching this stall. it is now officially cleared but it was at the tunnel to
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fremont street. that's gone now. unfortunately, we do have some delays behind the pay gates. limiting the amount of cars on the span itself improving the flow of things. and the san mateo bridge looking pretty good at this hour. you can see it's slow behind the pay gates and on the flat section but overall no major issues. that is "kcbs traffic." your forecast, here's roberta. >> liz, it's so cool you have all those traffic cameras to give you an idea around our microclimates. my weather watchers are my eyes around the bay area so we can figure out what's going on out the door. that temperature would be lindsey patton in pacifica winds under 5. high, lindsay, thank you for that temperature. overcast skies there. let's check it out here. 59 degrees and that would be paul smith. good morning, paul in brentwood. lots of clear skies there right now. we have partly cloudy conditions over the bay waters. mainly i would say now is mostly cloudy, clear earlier it
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seems like that marine layer is pushing back onshore at this hour. 45 to 54 degrees out the door this morning. the winds are under 10. west winds 10 to 20 miles per hour later today and the coast -- we'll see some clearing a little later. earlier burnoff than yesterday. 50s by 8:00 today bayside and inland areas as you get the kids out to school. so earlier burnoff today not as windy a tad warmer than yesterday but boy wait until you see that seven-day forecast featuring 90s. this i like a lot. this was a tail end of that dry cold front that swept through the bay area yesterday enhancing our marine layer. it is out of here. high pressure is going to build in a seasonal spring day today. but additional warming on thursday and friday. 90s in fresno, 70s in the high sierra. sunrise 6:17 already took place.
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noise complaints will be addressed this morning at a meeting about changes at the san carlos airport. most of the concerns are related to surf air a small airline that offers turboprop service. earlier this month, surf air announced it would add 31 weekly flights at san carlos and that has people upset saying they had no prior warning that surf air would expand its service at san carlos airport. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> let's find out. gayle king joins us live in new york with a little preview. good morning. >> reporter: live and in:00 , hello, michelle and frank. ahead from enforcing a curfew to banning fans from today's baseball game we are going to take you back to baltimore with the extreme measures to try to stop violent protests. plus, only on "cbs this morning" the mom behind this act of you could say tough love she is in studio 57. what was going through her mind as she yanked her son away from the protest and yank would be one of the words. and john oliver, that's his
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name, is also here. how the comedian blends complex issues with some comedy. he will also weigh in on the changes to late night. the news is back in the morning. we see you at 7:00. i can't wait to talk to the mom. her and a is toya graham. remember that name. >> she is full of energy, i bet. >> i know. she's being praised for the way she hit her son. >> i love the "new york post." you see the cover of the "new york post"? send in the moms. >> don't bring in send in the national guard. send in the moms. >> see you at 7:00. it's 6:52. it's the first morning after a nighttime curfew in baltimore. we'll let you know if it had its intended effect. coming up. >> reporter: police lock down a neighborhood after a gang member apparently shot at one of their officers.
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five. a much calmer night in the city of baltimore just a day after chaos in their streets. authorities say a week-long overnight curfew appears to be working. police used smoke and pepper spray made about 10 arrests as they cleared the streets. the supreme court appears to be divide the over whether same-sex couples have a right to marry in all 50 states. yesterday justices heard arguments and took a look at cases from four states where a federal court upheld marriage bans. the court is expected to issue a ruling in june. hundreds of thousands of people in nepal are waiting for help after last week's 7.8 earthquake. many we'll are still living if the open air -- many people are stiffing living in the open without clean water. more than 5,000 people were killed. the number may go up to 10,000. governor brown is urging state lawmakers to pass
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legislation to severely punish water wasters. the plan calls for fines up to $10,000 per day. it would also allow cities, counties and water districts to issue fines without having to go to court. an arraignment scheduled today for the man charged with stabbing a 9-year-old to death in discovery bay. prosecutors say william schultz killed jordan almgren early sunday morning. schultz was staying with the boy's family. prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty because schultz is only 18. i'm anne makovec live in oakland where police are questioning three suspects accused of shooting at police officers overnight in east oakland. it all started at about 1 a.m. when some undercover officers were doing an investigation at 55th and bancroft. they were searching for a known gang member when a bmw with three men inside pulled up, firing shots at the police. luckily no one was injured. >> i'm responsible for the area
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and to hear my officers getting shot at it's a very tense moment. >> the suspects took off eventually crashing. two men were caught by police. a third ran away. that is when they blocked off that east oakland neighborhood for several hours. finally catching that third man when he tried to break their perimeter. right now live in oakland, anne makovec, kpix 5. we have better news right now for san jose drivers. turns out they already canceled the traffic alert all but one lane is open now southbound one one at tully the scene of the motorcycle crash with injuries. now, sky three has been flying over the scene. southbound 101 you can see it on our sensors still backed up to about 280. it is counter-commute. and in the commute direction, northbound is unusually heavy now very slow from hellyer, 7 miles per hour. but still with one lane open, you're going to see some delays for a while. also to the bay bridge, that earlier stall on the western
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side of the span has backed up traffic at the toll plaza. it's on real slow mode. cars are barely budging through the pay gates. it's stacked up on all the approaches. i notice the cars are fill there at the bay. did you notice that, elizabeth? the clouds are moving in. but we have the abundance of sunshine at mount vaca, beautiful sunrise. 45 in santa rosa, 50s inland. we'll have earlier burnoff today. temperatures right where they should be for this spring day from 60 in pacifica to 80 in danville and blackhawk, antioch, brentwood, tracy, oakley, mountain house, as well. 78 today in napa bested by 79 in sonoma. we have high pressure building in producing an offshore flow thursday and friday. boy, back into the 90s. more widespread 90s on friday. and then it's a return of the onshore flow which means cooler conditions and when the return of the marine layer over the weekend. >> you know how i know the temperatures are going up?
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>> how's that? >> the ac kicks in, in the welcome to cbs. welcome to cbs "this morning." baltimore locked down after a curfew confrontation and only on cbs "this morning," the mother who pulled her son away from the violence is in studio 57. >> we're in nepal where earthquake rescuers say a man was trapped for more than three days. and a california mom find out her son survived the everest avalanche. plus comedian john oliver is here to talk about using humor to make a serious point. we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in


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