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thursday, october 6? >> i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. >> the giants are headed to chicago. >> whoo! >> giants! >> that's right. san francisco giants fans all over the bay area went nuts last night as the team secured their spot in the national league division series. and this is how they did it. conor gillaspie blasting a three-run shot in the ninth in dramatic fashion backing up another clutch performance from madison bumgarner. and this was the scene in the locker room after the game after they beats the mets 3-0. the giants are hoping for a couple more champagne celebrations like this to win their fourth world series since 2010. game one of the nlds against the cubs tomorrow at 6:15. hurricane matthew is gaining strength as it pelts the bahamas and heads to florida's atlantic coast. this is a live look from the bahamas where the winds are whipping. you can see them there. thousands of people are
evacuating. the latest on the storm's potential impact from cbs news' marlie hall. >> reporter: as hurricane matthew roared through the bahamas, parts of florida became a ghost town. >> time is running out. this is clearly going to either have a direct hit or come right along our coast and we'll have hurricane-force winds. there are no excuses. you need to leave. >> reporter: people along the east coast began heeding evacuation warnings yesterday flocking to gas stations to fill up. >> i have driven around looking for gas and gas stations haven't had any gas. >> reporter: as others cleared store shelves, and boarded up their properties, this boater in daytona beach decided to move inland. >> we have ridden out storms in the past but this will be much more gram >> reporter: hurricane matthew is going to regain strength over the next few hours. people along the florida coast should begin feeling its effects by tonight. as to storm surge, forecast
projects five to nine feet. this is five to nine feet above where you're standing. waves will be crashing on your roof if you are right close to the storm surge. marlie hall, cbs news, daytona beach, florida. 6:02 with the very latest on hurricane let's check in with roberta. >> wasn't that an amazing description? if you are standing on the roof of your house, the storm surge would take the walt up to the roof of your house. that's what the he could will see. this is hurricane matthew. it already blasted through haiti and cuba and bahamas. it's a category 3. once it guess over warmer waters right there, it gathers strength and momentum and it does not need to make an exact landfall for the worst impact. the strongest winds and most drilling surge will be on the coast in the eye wall and
that's expected overnight tonight into friday as it then draws up the coast into the georgia area. we'll see strong storm surge and high waves in excess of 20 feet. 10 inches of rain along the path there. we'll monitor hurricane matthew as the newscast continues. let's check the roads. some serious trouble going on if you head into the maze right now. westbound 580 before highway 24, that connector there, there's a five-car crash. it's off to the shoulder. but as you can see there live, there's a lot of traffic backing up on the freeway currently headed into the maze. also, here's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza if you are heading there from 580 the maze to downtown westbound will take you 16 minutes. but that traffic is continuing to back up also because of another crash, westbound 80 to southbound 880 connector ramp, that solo car crash off to the side. but still causing some residual backup as you can see all the way backed up into berkeley and
it's moving at just 12 miles per hour. so very slow conditions if you are heading from the east bay into san francisco right now. let's move over to the peninsula commute. hayward to foster city, i see some slowups going on, on the san mateo bridge 880 to 101 westbound will just take you 15 minutes. i'll send it to you, kenny. . the creepy clown scare has come to the bay area. lisa chan reports. reporter: a bay area mother is shocked a man dressed as a clown tried to grab her baby girl. at 1:00 yesterday afternoon, tiffany martin was at a bus stop at willow pass road and waterworld parkway. she just had lunch with her daughter at a denny's in concord when a white man with dark hair covered by a curly blue wig wearing a full clown suit struck up a conversation with her. concord police say the two spoke about recent clown sightings that have received national attention when suddenly the clown grabbed the baby girl's arm. >> we were standing there. he was playing with her. he thought he was going to kiss her hand. instead he pulled her arm
literally. so i pulled her on back and i kicked him. >> we take this very serious. i mean, this is a total stranger who walked up and grabbed a one-year-old child and tried to forcefully remove her from her mother's arms. >> reporter: the clown is still at large. he was last seen running down willow pass road. witnesses who spotted the clown tweeted about it. one person said, "i saw a clown at a bus stop in concord on my way to school." police believe this may be a copycat crime after a number of creepy clown threats have been made on social media threatening violence against schools from fairfield to oakland and antioch. michele? > lisa, weren't two california teens arrested yesterday for threatening clown posts. >> reporter: that's right. a 14-year-old student in montana and a 19-year-old from glendora were arrested on suspicion of criminal threats. the 14-year-old said he wanted followers on social media by scaring people. live in the newsroom, lisa chan, kpix 5.
new this morning, the valero oil refinery has to pay nearly $158,000 in federal fines. the epa says the refinery improperly managed and stored toxic chemicals and hazardous waste in benicia. they say that the facility illegally disposed chemicals into a storm water retention pond and didn't tell the public. the company will also have to modified its pipe system by june of next year. there is a new tool to keep officers' guns out of the hands of thieves in santa clara county. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose to tell us what the sheriff is unveiling today. reporter: that's right, surprising this wasn't a law before. deputies here in santa clara county are going to be getting lock boxes for their personal cars and this is all in response to the number of stolen law enforcement guns statewide. that number more than 900 over the last 6 years. and this is all in response to the loss of guns and stolen guns particularly the high-
profile case of kate steinle, her homicide in san francisco last year, and oakland artist antonio ramos, as well. the guns used in their deaths were stolen from law enforcement. >> make sure that a change is made so nobody has to endure pain that my mom and dad and i go through on a daily basis. [ voice breaking ] >> being here in san francisco we have people breaking into cars even when they don't see anything there on a seat. we just got to update our standards. >> reporter: all right. so under the law, which takes effect in january, if you are in law enforcement, you have to do one of three things in your personal car and your take-home car. put your gun in the trunk, in a box out of view or in a locked box that's attached to your car. i a fine of $1,000 if you do not. so later this morning the santa clara sheriff and the lawmaker who authored this bill are
going to show us what lock boxes they bought for the deputies here in santa clara. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. on to the presidential campaign. republican nominee donald trump caused quite a stir in henderson, nevada, over the pronunciation of the silver state's name. >> nevada. and you know what i said? you know what i said? i said when i came out here i said, nobody says this the other way. it has to be nevada. [ laughter ] >> right? >> today trump is set to hold a campaign event in new hampshire. democrat hillary clinton is off the campaign trail today. you can see the debate sunday night live at 6 p.m. on kpix 5. time now 6:08. new allegations that the makers of the epi-pen significantly overcharged for the life-saving product. >> and hundreds of bay area students will get a chance to go to college thanks to a generous donation. details on the new program.
>> from the kpix weather center, good thursday morning, everyone! it's going to be warmer today than yesterday. but not as warm as tomorrow. the weekend forecast is coming up. >> thank you, roberta. okay, now we have our third day of ace train trouble. ace train is still delayed 30 minutes and that's train 1. hers a look at the altamont pass. coming up, we'll tell you how it's moving. closed captionin g for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces furniture. ,, ,,,,,,
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celebrate fleet week here in the bay area. we have that forecast coming up in less than 4 minutes. the federal government is calling out the makers of the epi-pen. it says mylan overcharged the federal state medicaid program by millions of dollars over five years. the acting administrator for medicare and medicaid services alleges in a letter that mylan wrongly categorized the epi-pen as a generic when it should have been considered a brand name product. that means mylan gave a 13% rebate on medicaid prescriptions instead of roughly 23% between 2011 and 2015. a child psychologist in lafayette is facing child pornography charges. investigators arrested 68-year- old kenneth breslin yesterday after finding child porn on his computers at his home and office. it is unclear if any of his clients are the victims. breslin is in jail with a $200,000 bail. the search committee tasked with choosing the next chancellor of uc-berkeley meets
for the first time today. nicholas dirks announced his resignation in august. he had been under fire for the university's handling of sexual harassment cases. he was also accused of paying for his wife's trip to india using school funds. >> an oakland high school just got exciting news that could change the lives of its students. it was just given $2 million to help send every, single student to college. castlemont high school is this week's "cool school." reporter: these students are hard at work maybe even more so after finding out they are getting the help they need to go to college. >> students are running the class. students are excited about the opportunity so this really gives a drive and a goal for our students to achieve. >> reporter: castlemont was just given $2 million to help pay for every current student, all 768 of them to go to college. oakland mayor libby schaaf announced it at a school assembly. >> i couldn't say anything. i was just --just looking at her. i was just speechless.
>> i thought it was a blessing cuz basically taking stress off most parents about having to pay for college. >> reporter: there are a few requirements. to receive the money, students must maintain a 2.0 for help toward a two-year college and a 2.7 for a four-year college all while maintaining a 90% attendance rate. >> i don't think it's going to be tough. i think it's going to encourage people, like, to do better to come to school, like, and really have a reason to come to school, like, knowing that they're going to get, like, almost a free vacation. >> reporter: the school focuses on getting students on the college track, but many here may choose not to go because of financial barriers. this money makes that decision easier. >> i was really debating whether going to college or helping my mom out but now i have the chance to be able to help her out and go to college at the same time. >> there's a lot of trauma, there's violence that's going on here, and one of the ways that we will be able to make a change, a real change, is by investing in education.
>> reporter: an investment that was anonymously made by three families. >> there's no words to describe how grateful we are, like, it's just --but thank you, you know, whoever did it. thank you. >> i think i'll be living the rest of my years trying to figure out who it is so i can thank them and --and really, um, you know, express my --my --my appreciation. >> oakland really has been trying to make changes the last couple of years. the oakland promise a citywide initiative an effort to triple college enrollment in the next 10 years so of course, this generous gift given by the three families is really going to help these kids. >> what a gift as they transition to young adulthood. >> they don't have to worry about paying for college if they qualify. what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at c email@example.com, and we may come and feature your school on the broadcast.
all right. let's check in with our cool weathercaster and traffic report er. >> people might wonder why we're wearing red today. >> we have to wear red for the 49ers. >> i'm the odd man out. i'll switch out the tie after the show. before we head out to levi's stadium. >> red or orange. >> we are heading out to levi's stadium at noon today. so we can start talking about some football. we are going to have that forecast coming up as well for the 49ers. so first roqui. >> that will cause a lot of delays on the freeways heading into the south bay. mass transit, we have had some trouble with ace train for the last three days here and this is our third day. 30-minute delay on train 1 ace train out of fremont but ace train 3 is on time. and your bart and muni are on time, as well. let's take a look now over in
the east bay. looking at westbound 80 very slow conditions if you are heading from berkeley into the maze here because of an earlier crash. but that's going to cause some major problems here at the bay bridge toll plaza. the maze to downtown westbound will take you up to 20 minutes right now. and that traffic is definitely backed up into the maze. here's a look in the south bay now. northbound 101 in gilroy, this three car crash is still blocking the left lane there and causing some major delays if you are heading into san jose there off in the, um, through the morgan hill area. now moving to westbound 237 before north first street, a three-car crash is off to the shoulder. traffic is moving all the way down to just 8 miles per hour. slow in san jose for that, as well. roberta, how's the weather? we have crystal clear skies. we have an offshore flow beginning today all the way through saturday with light fog returning to the bay area by sunday afternoon. this is our live weather camera across the transamerica pyramid
over the bay waters. we see the blue lights honoring fleet week in the bay area. very autumn like numbers. 47 in santa rosa. 48 in livermore. otherwise pretty much low to mid-50s. clouds yesterday moving out. we have a glitch because of our goes west 10 satellite but nonetheless, pristine conditions. the coast is clear. perfect flying weather blue skies for the blue angels on friday through the weekend. and it looks like that fog will return very light stratus by the afternoon hours. this is high pressure over the pacific. it will continue to start its descent on the state of california. warming up our atmosphere and we will return to temperatures above average beginning with tomorrow. today, however, central valley pretty consistent in the mid- 70s. we have much better air quality across monterey bay into carmel and pebble beach due to the containment of the soberanes and the "loma fires." it is 45 in blue canyon. it is 25 degrees in truckee going up to highs today in the
mid-50s in the high sierra. 64 in yosemite. sunrise this morning is at 708. you will be able to see it. the coast, clear skies, all the way through the bay into the peninsula aninlandreas. we are going to shave about 2 minutes and 23 second off our daylight hours today. pacifica you will be warming to near 70 degrees through moss and montara beaches. 60s and 70s will be pretty common around the bay all the way through the sunset district. 76 degrees in mountain view today backing all the way through san mateo into burlingame and woodside and atherton. upper 70s and low 80s pretty common across the tri-valley backing all the way through antioch, tracy, brentwood. those are my outside numbers today right around 83 degrees. but look at the bayside numbers into the 70s and 80s for fleet week! we'll be talking more about that forecast but right now, are you ready for some football? levi's stadium 9ers playing host of to the cardinals, 75 degrees. if you can't get there, you can see it on kpix 5. fleet week forecast, you couldn't ask for better weather conditions. cycling for veterans takes place this saturday.
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>> reporter: that's right. good morning, everybody. the giants will play the chicago cubs tomorrow night in the windy city, game time 6:15 pacific time. the question is, will conor gillaspie be in the line-up? the unlikely hero was playing last night only because eduardo nunez was hurt. the pitchers duel between noah syndergaard and madison bumgarner indeed lived up to the hype. scoreless top of the sixth giants with a runner on second. brandon belt thought he drove
in the game winner but no! curtis granderson, not so much. same score 8th inning runner at second but cabrera lined it right back to "mad-bum" to end the inning. so we go to the ninth. conor gillaspie spring training invitee only in the line-up because of injury, blasts a go- ahead three-run home run and that would stand to be the difference. go ahead three-run shot 3-0 behind madison bumgarner who just like the 2014 wild card game threw a complete game shutout. >> we had a battle to get here. we had to play well in the last two series. had to get a sweep there at the end just to get here and that's all you ask is a shot and you know, you never know with these guys. as you know, you know, they find a way. and so, you know, we're looking forward to the next series and it's good to be moving on, trust me. >> game one again tomorrow night.
and this afternoon, it's the 49ers and the arizona cardinals who will be without carson palmer. he is out with a concussion. so drew stanton is the starting quarterback for arizona. we'll see you tonight from levi's stadium. and the 49ers take on the cardinals in santa clara tonight. but be sure to tune into our noon show today, we'll be broadcasting live from levi's stadium and we also have a special 4:00 newscast leading up to the game coverage at 4:30 p.m. it is 6:26. crews battling the "loma fire" in the santa cruz mountains stumble on to a huge criminal operation. >> a man dressed in a clown costume tries to abduct a 1- year-old girl in concord. it happened at a bus stop. coming up hear from the girl's mom about this frightening incident. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
the u-s than any storm since sandy. we'll have the latest on its path of destruction. hurricane matthew has now forced more mandatory evacuations in the u.s. than any storm since sandy. we'll have the latest on its path of destruction. a new law says law enforcement must lock up their guns in their personal cars which bay area top cops isn't waiting for that law to take effect. >> and an offshore flow means fog-free weather. we'll talk about the effect all this will have on fleet week. >> and the san mateo bridge traffic just started to slow down. what's going on and how is the peninsula commute looking? we'll tell you coming up. >> good morning, it's thursday, october 6. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. the creepy clowns scare has
spread far beyond the south and finally hit the bay area. kpix 5's lisa chan is live in our newsroom on a concord woman frightening run-in with the clown. lisa. >> reporter: that's right. a bay area mom was waiting at a bus stop with her baby girl in concord, at willow pass road and waterworld park way and at 1:00 yesterday afternoon, tiffany martin had just had lunch with her daughter at a denny's when a white man with dark hair covered by a curly blue wig wearing a full clown suit started talking with her. the clown start playing with martin's baby girl and she thought he was going to kiss her hand. but instead, he pulled her arm. martin pulled her daughter's arm back and kicked him. >> i don't trust walking by myself no more. >> it's ridiculous. and, um, we're going to find this clown. since you have all these clown stories going around, you will have copycats who will try to commit crimes in clown costumes. >> reporter: witnesses who spotted the clown after the incident tweeted about it. one person tweeted the clown was seen on old concord road jumping in fronts of cars.
this incident is one of many reports of clown sightings and threats of violence prompting warnings across the country. yesterday, a 14-year-old in phoned and a 19-year-old from glendora were both arrested in separate incidents on suspicion of criminal threats. >> back to concord, did police catch the clown who tried to grab that baby girl? >> reporter: no. he was last seen running down willow pass road. police are trying to track down surveillance video. it may be a copycat crime after all the creepy clowns threats made on social media. live in the newsroom, lisa chan, kpix 5. all eyes on hurricane matthew which is over the bahamas and expected to reach florida tonight. the storm has topped sustained winds up to 125 miles per hour. matthew hit the island nation of haiti as a category 4 hurricane tuesday cause destruction and more than 2 dozen deaths in that region.
matthew is expected to be upgraded back to a category 4 in the coming hours before it heads to the u.s. more than 2 million people from florida to carolinas have also been urged to evacuate ahead of the hurricane. about 3,000 people have already checked into shelters across florida and to get away from areas in the path of the hurricane. and airline flights to and from florida are already being canceled. that will affect air travel nationwide. at the san francisco airport alone 14 flights have been canceled to and from the sunshine state. let's check in with roberta now. >> it's been shattering records as far as longevity and hurricane for four or five days now. intensity and rapid growth it's not slowly down. it doesn't have to take a direct landfall to cause some devastation across the state of florida and georgia. it's how close that eye wall will get to that particular zone. and what we're watching right
now is a blasting of this hurricane once it passes through haiti, the first direct hit on haiti since cleo in 196 had. it moves past cuba already causing some devastation there. notice a category 3 hurricane, but what a hurricane needs is warm waters to regather its strength and momentum and that's what's going to happen as it makes tracks toward the state of florida right now. again, it's getting closer to the state of florida at its closest peak, later on this afternoon, perhaps potential landfall in the overnight hours through friday morning and then its projected path is up as it jogs around the state of georgia with ten inches of rain and possibility strong storm surge up to 9 feet. that means if you are standing on the roof of your home the water will be at that level. so obviously, we need to monitor that potentially dire situation in florida, georgia and the carolinas. live weather camera looking out from the transamerica pyramid past the embarcadero towards the calm bay waters where the
winds will increase later today out of the northup to 15 knots. 48 in livermore. 47 today in santa rosa. kick-starting in the 50s going up to highs close to average. in fact, concord you should an the 81. instead, right around the high 70s. 72 is your average high in oakland and spot on today san jose at 75, mid- and high 60s at the beaches. 70s will be common from san mateo all the way through redwood city into atherton, woodside, even la honda today. 75 in sunnyvale and in san jose. east bay numbers stacking up to about 83 degrees in fairfield. 82 in antioch. 60s and 70s to 80 in sonoma in the north bay. yeah, the coast will be clear and 80s around cloverdale and windsor. full forecast still straight ahead but right now let's send it over to roqui. >> thank you, roberta. time now 6:35. you said coast is clear. but the coast is not clear westbound 80 at gilman street. there's a three-vehicle crash
involving a pickup truck, a motorcycle and a car. it is backing up traffic from gilman all the way past highway 4 into the crockett area. and that is causing slow travel through the maze. the bay bridge toll plaza, here's a look at that. the maze to downtown san francisco westbound will take you a heavy 15 to 20 minutes. altamont pass traffic off 205 at 14 miles per hour so very slow conditions if you are heading down into livermore where you can breathe a little bit and then here's a live look at the dublin interchange. slow in the commute direction. altamont pass to 680 a slow 20 minutes. some welcome news for the family targeted in a violent home invasion in orinda. carol brown and her husband were robbed and attacked as they were riding home last week. brown was shot twice.
the orinda school board member got out of the hospital last night. police are trying to see if it's connected to other crimes. officers will soon have to lock up guns off duty in their cars. one bay area agency isn't waiting for thelaw to take effect. kpix 5's maria medina is live at the santa clara county sheriff's office with what's planned today. reporter: good morning, yeah. deputies here in santa clara county are going to be getting lock boxes for their personal cars and this is all in response to the number of stolen law enforcement guns statewide. that number more than 900 over the last six years. so now there's a new law that sis if you are in law enforcement, you must lock up your gun in your personal car and your take-home car, all of this sparked by the murder of kate steinle in san francisco last year and oakland artist antonio ramos, as well. their deaths used with a gun stolen from law enforcement. >> it's a really good step forward. as usual, california is leading the country but i think there has to be a national standard. these agencies try to instill in their officers that you have
to be safe but we should go further than that. >> reporter: all right. so this law which takes effect in january if you are in law enforcement, you must do one of three things in your personal car and your take-home car. you must lock up your gun in your trunk or lock box and hide that from view or put it in a lock box that's attached to your vehicle. if you don't, you could face a fine up to $1,000. the barbara boxer that they are going to be using simple -- the lock boxes that they are going to be using similar to this one right here. the santa clara sheriff and the lawmaker who authored the bill are going to show off the lock boxes to the media around 10:00 this morning. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. police in san leandro say they shut down a big marijuana operation. they spent three months on the bust. they say they found 2,000 plants growing inside four different houses all of it worth about $400,000.
they arrested 5 adults in the bus. this south bay man is now behind bars accused of running a marijuana grow operation worth $700,000. 32-year-old yariv dorr was arrested near the site of the "loma fire." the 4500-acre blaze has exposed several marijuana grow operations some of those on loma chiquita road. the fire burned through vegetation and white tarps that once shielded the properties from view. on yariv dorr's property alone officials found 89 marijuana plants, some weighing 44 pounds over 10 feet tall. some locals by the "loma fire" are accused pot growers of sparking the blaze. authorities say whatever the cause, they are stretched thin trying to stop these operations. >> the amount of resources that it would take to address all these marijuana grows in santa clara county would be -- it's almost infinite. we do the best we can with the resources we do have.
are you ready for some football? yes! our san francisco 49ers host the cardinals this evening at 5:25 at levi's stadium in the santa clara valley. game time temperature at 75 degrees. if you can't head to the game, you can watch it right here on kpix 5. joining now now is kcbs radio's financial reporter
jason brooks with more on the twitter buy-out. >> reporter: good morning. the twists and turns continue for twitter. the company has been speculated to be looking to sell itself for the past two weeks. and it's at a fever pitch now with so many companies interested. neither google nor disney are going to make an offer two of the biggest speculated on. and apple may not be interested either. that really leaves "salesforce" in the driver's seat. the cloud software leader has been reported the past two weeks to be interested in twitter. ceo marc benioff really likes twitter and thinks that adding the consumer brand to its business class software products would be a home run hit. shareholders for "salesforce" aren't certain. stock fell quite a bit as it would be an expensive deal for "salesforce." twitter's stock is up 30% since the speculation started. but this morning it's lost half of that as some of the other companies may be pulling out of
the potential bid. good news for the job market. the labor department reports that first time unemployment claims dropped by 5,000 to 249,000. that's the lowest level since april. and first-time claims now remains under 270,000 for 14 straight weeks. that has not happened in 43 years. labor delivers its september job support tomorrow. stock market is unfortunately pulling back after the nice gains yesterday. let's go to the big board and see how we're doing. the dow dropping over 80 points. nasdaq down 17. the s&p is falling by 7 points. back to you. >> thank you. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning. >> good morning. florida prepares for what could be the largest evacuation ever. we are in the bahamas and spread out along the east coast tracking deadly hurricane matthew. plus republican vice- presidential nominee mike pence
joins us and we'll talk also with senator lindsey graham about foreign policy challenges facing the next commander-in- chief. it is part of a new series on the issues that really matter. in the news is we'll be right back. bush the news is the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. the candidates in the california senate race didn't agree on the one and only debate last night. the deepest rift appears to be on the ballot initiative that would allow earlier parole for prisoners who commit nonviolent crimes. >> as district attorney of san francisco, i created a model initiative for the country. a re-entry initiative focused on low level offenders and giving them jobs and counseling, substance abuse and return their lives around. >> so she has failed to lead on supposedly the area that's her expertise! and worse, she has failed to protect californians as the attorney general. >> congresswoman loretta sanchez was on the offensive
for much of the night needing to make up significant ground in the polls. state attorney general kamala harris leads in funding and endorsements including those of president obama and vice president joe biden. you know, watching all these debates, i'm so glad we all get along. >> that's right. i think that's one thing that reminds you of that, gentleman it does, right? [ laughter ] all right, how are the roads? >> you know what? the roads -- just kidding. let's head to palo alto right now. we do have a new crash to tell you about. southbound 101 before oregon expressway. this four-vehicle crash is still blocking two left lanes and causing some backup here as you can see traffic moving at just about 12 miles per hour. so pretty slow conditions in palo alto and oregon expressway is your exit to stanford, as well. just fyi. moving over to the peninsula commute as well here's a look at the san mateo bridge from hayward into foster city. expect major delays here 880 to 101 westbound will take 30 minutes across the span.
now moving over to the east bay westbound 80 at gilman street, there's a three-vehicle crash out there. it's not blocking any lanes anymore. but still causing some heavy delays as you can see. 20 miles per hour and just 34 miles per hour if you are heading to the maze and if you are heading to the maze into san francisco here's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that traffic backed up to the maze. the maze to downtown will take you a heavy 33 minutes. roberta, how's the weather? the weather is stellar. n, we are now kicking off an offshore flow. right now, we are looking at clear skies from the coast through the bay into our inland areas. and temperatures will respond to the clear skies and the abundance of sunshine. this is a beautiful view. this is from the transamerica pyramid looking in a northerly direction. you can see angel island in the foreground here. you can see also alcatraz. and you can see forever. you can almost see up to the farallone islands. temperatures in the 40s in santa rosa and livermore. a cool autumn start to your
day. 57 degrees in san francisco. across the bay, in alameda, darryl yee our weather watcher, humidity 51%. air mass drying out and that humidity is going down. i love this satellite and radar because it shows the clouds all associated with an area of low pressure well to the north of us. we are clearing out. we have an offshore flow with a slight north wind today 5 to 10 miles per hour. so the abundance of sunshine, perfect flying weather. lots of blue skies with the blue angels today all the way through friday into the weekend. the fog should begin to return sunday by the afternoon hours along the immediate seashore but right now we are under the influence of this ridge of high pressure that's inching its way closer and closer to the coast and will return us more to the offshore component with the winds in a clockwise fashion around that core of core of the center of core of the center of high pressure.
45 degrees now in blue canyon. 21 in truckee, 25 on the south shore going up to 54 degrees. 70s consistent around the central valley. sun-up at 7:08. today we'll have these temperatures. nearly 70 at the beaches and in the city. low 70s from oakland through emeryville through richmond. 70s across the peninsula. 80s inland. outside number 83 degrees. we'll top off in the 90s on friday inland. saturday will be the warmest day but look at the pristine conditions for fleet week. are you ready for some football? we have the 49ers playing host to the cardinals. game time temperatures mid-70s. enjoy your day. all right, roberta. well, san francisco's fleet week starts kicking into high gear today with a parade of ships and live music. yesterday, tours began for the uss san diego an amphibious transport ship. more ship tours will be offered starting today. [ sound ] >> also today, the blue angels will do a test run in advance
of their shows this weekend. u.s. navy's flight demonstration squadron will have performances tomorrow through sunday. time now 6:50. the makers of epi-pen are now accused of cheating the federal government out of millions of dollars! >> a man who dressed in a clown costume tried to abduct a 1- year-old girl yesterday. it happened in a bus stop in concord. coming up, how the girl's mom fought him off. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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disclosed highly classified computer code that was developed by the national security agency to hack into computer networks of foreign governments. ive things to know at the :55. millions of people along the southeastern u.s. coast bracing for hurricane matthew. the category 3 storm expected to regain strength over florida. the deadly hurricane expected to bring similar conditions to georgia and the carolinas over the next few days. hillary clinton and donald trump are gearing up for their second debate. the democratic nominee is preparing away from the campaign trail today while the republican nominee holds a small event in new hampshire. you can see the debate here on kpix 5. the makers of epi-pen are under federal investigation. mylan is accused of overcharging the medicaid program by millions of dollars. the company allegedly misclassified the epi-pen as generic, which drastically reduced the rebate it was forced to give under medicare. the giants are still alive
in the mlb play-offs and dominant pitching performance from madison bumgarner and a clutch home run from conor gillaspie gave san francisco the victory over the mets last night. game one of the nlds is tomorrow evening in chicago against the cubs. a search committee selecting the next chancellor of uc-berkeley meets for the first time today. nicholas dirks announced his resignation in august under intense public pressure. the new chancellor is expected to be named in march. i'm lisa chan live in the newsroom. a bay area mother is shocked a man dressed as a clown tried to grab her baby girl. at 1:00 yesterday afternoon, tiffany martin was at a bus stop at willow pass road and waterworld parkway. she just had lunch with her daughter at a denny's in concord when a white man with dark hair covered by a curly blue wig wearing a full clown suit struck up a conversation with her. concord police say the two spoke about recent clown sightings that have received national attention when suddenly the clown grabbed the baby girl's arm.
>> we were standing there. he was playing with her. he thought he was going to kiss her hand. instead he pulled her arm literally. so i pulled her on back and i kicked him. >> we take this very serious. i mean, this is a total stranger who walked up and grabbed a one-year-old child and tried to forcefully remove her from her mother's arms. >> reporter: the clown is still at large. he was last seen running down willow pass road. witnesses who spotted the clown tweeted about it. one person said, "i saw a clown at a bus stop in concord on my way to school." police believe this media copycat crime after a number of creepy clown threats have been made on social media threatening violence against schools from fairfield to oakland and antioch. live in the newsroom, lisa chan, kpix 5. thank you, lisa. let's take a look at traffic. time now 6:57. let's head to the dumbarton bridge here. westbound 84 at the midspan of the bridge. there is a four-car crash out there still blocking lanes. crews are on the scene on the way to the scene when you have someone stuck in their vehicle
because of that crash. moving over to palo alto, southbound 101 before oregon expressway that is the exit to stanford. there's a four-vehicle crash out there blocking the two left lanes. crews are trying to clear the scene. but traffic is moving very slowly at just 12 miles per hour. now, also to the peninsula. the san mateo bridge hayward to foster city will be a slow commute from about 25 minutes between 880 and 101 there. and then also westbound 80 at gilman street, the three vehicle crash moved to the side here but very slow if you are heading from crockett all the way down into the maze. roberta, how's the weather? >> oh, my, i win! i win! [ laughter ] >> i just found the money shot! oh, my goodness! this one is from sutro tower. we're looking due north. you never get tired of that especially when you have an offshore flow and the visibility is unlimited. i'm one happy camper. > there is a chill in the air.
santa rosa at 45. 47 livermore. 48 in redwood city. it's going to pan out to be warmer today but you know what? it's spot on. it's a seasonal autumn day here in the bay area. near 70 in pacifica to the low 80s away from the bay. and we have warmer conditions each day until about sunday. >> sounds good. thank you. the golden state warriors are taking their show to downtown san jose this evening facing the sacramento kings in a preseason game at s.a.p. center. game time 7:30. sort of an annual homecoming for the warriors who played all their home games in san jose during the '96-'97 season when the arena in only was being renovated. don't forget the 49ers against the cardinals at levi's stadium for thursday night football. >> are you ready for some football! >> be sure to tune into our new son. we'll be broadcasting live -- noon show. we'll be broadcasting live from the stadium and we'll have a special 4:00 newscast leading up to game coverage at 4:30, 5:25 kickoff. give me new york qb audible there. >> hutt, hutt, hutt! >> 880, palo alto!
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