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looks like clear conditions right now. >> very clear conditions. >> let's ask the experts. >> that's what i'm saying. looks like. >> you know how the expert knows when an offshore flow is settling in? your skin is dry and you get that electricity in your hair. >> put on some after shave lotion. >> how manly. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> you smell good. >> thank you. >> that's what happens when you work with all women. hi, good morning, everybody. yes, looking over the bay bridge to the east visibility unlimited and due to the very dry conditions the dry air mass, the northwest flow temperatures not as cool as 24 hours ago. we sit in the 40s in santa rosa and in livermore. otherwise 50 in redwood city. later today numbers are above average for the first time this week. 70s at the beaches and the
peninsula. 80 los gatos, low 80s gilroy. 70s and low 80s east of the bay. brentwood, discovery bay, mountain house, 83 degrees. carquinez strait high 70s. 80s in glen ellen. upstream we go to around the cloverdale area and 80 degrees. this will not be the warmest day this workweek. we'll feature that day at 18 after the hour. >> thank you. let's take a look at the altamont pass traffic off 205 in tracy at 30 miles per hour and in the same speeds all the way through into north flynn road. so slow north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass westbound will take you up to 27 minutes. of course it frees up through livermore and then expect slow- moving traffic through the dublin interchange. but first let's take a look in pleasanton at a big rig crash involving two big rigs westbound five before hopyard. chp is on its way in. we also need two heavy duty tow trucks to get this completely
cleared so this could take a while. we have speeds moving at about 20 miles per hour in that area where the crash is. moving over to the bay bridge toll plaza, we have some cash lane backups here but otherwise looking good into downtown san francisco, carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 20 minutes. metering lights turn on at 5:30 so in 30 minutes. let's head to the peninsula kneel commute to the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city. 15 minutes. so looking good for your peninsula commute. but moving over to the south bay commute looking good as well northbound 101, 280/680 split to 237 that's going to take 10 minutes. then downtown san jose will be 12 minutes. the guadalupe parkway between 85 and 101 just an 8-minute commute so all good through the south bay. now, if you want to avoid the roads this morning, mass transit is on time. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. four people were able to escape their san jose home
overnight after a massive fire. it broke out around 11 p.m. last night at this home on anselmo near hills day. when firefighters arrived they found four people were trapped inside. three of them were able to make it out the back and they got all people out safely. one neighbor saw the home on fire. >> i sat up opened my window and you could hear people screaming. so i took a deeper look and my brother says i think there's a fire so i ran into his room looked through his window and you could see the flames and smoke coming up so we ran out here. >> the blaze originated in the garage but at the time the fire department isn't sure how it started. the search is on for several suspects after a shooting at a san francisco high school that injured four students. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san francisco with details on the violent attack. anne reporter: class will be in
session here today at june jordan school for equity. they will have counselors on site and extra security. as you said, four suspects still on the loose after four students were shot in the parking lot yesterday. it happened at about 3:15. these four students were in the parking lot just as school was getting out when at least one person out of these four suspects took aim. three of the students who were shot ran back into the school so officials ordered a lockout, meaning nobody was allowed in or out except emergency workers. >> teachers told us that we have to, like, lock the doors and get under the table and yeah, like, not to speak. >> everyone was just, like, surprised. at first we thought it was just, like, practice. but it wasn't. and then she locked us in and we were just there waiting for announcements. >> reporter: now, the injured
students are recovering at san francisco general hospital this morning. one of the students, a girl, was in life-threatening condition at last check. there was also one boy who went to the bayview police station 2.5 miles away from the school. police are saying this was a targeted shooting and they are saying they know who the target was. but they have no suspect description to give us at this time. all know is that there were four men wearing hoodies, a vague description. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. the man suspected in a fatal hit-and-run at a san leandro warehouse is expected to appear in court today. police say that this man kadeem edwards ran over a warehouse worker with a pickup truck on monday. police say that 51-year-old takeshi watanabe was killed while trying to stop edwards from taking wooden pallets from the true world foods store.
edwards' vehicle was found in east oakland hours after the homicide with the wood still in the back of his truck. he will be arraigned this afternoon. also in san leandro, the police department has a new chief. after serving as interim police chief since march, jeff tudor has just been appointed police chief. according to the department, tudor has worked as an officer since 1995. his career assignment included s.w.a.t., field training officer and departmental instructor. he is a graduate from sonoma state and the fbi national academy. santa rosa police are on the hunt for the man who grabbed a stranger off the streets and sexually assaulted her. the victim told police that a man grabbed her from behind as she was walking on mendocino avenue saturday night. she says that he pushed her into the bushes and then assaulted her. police say that the woman fought off the suspect, got away and then called 911. this morning, the mayor of san francisco will honor the first responders to what could have been a tragedy in the
waters of the bay. a boat carrying 30 people capsized earlier this month after pier 45. although eight of the people were hospitalized, no one was killed in the accident. today's ceremony is 10 a.m. at san francisco city hall. the third and final presidential debate is a few hours away. both candidates will try to shift focus away from controversy. weijia jang has a preview from las vegas reporter: the republican nominee goes into tonight's showdown as the underdog having lost support among women voters amid multiple allegations of sexual assault and harassment. >> these were made-up allegations that were played up by the media very unfair. >> reporter: clinton's campaign said she is ready to tackle questions around the endless stream of hacked dnc emails. >> this is a effort that is led by the russians that is designed to hurt her campaign. >> reporter: the format for tonight's debate is the same as the first, with clinton and trump standing at different podiums as they make their
final case to millions of americans. >> from trump i think you will literally throw everything and the kitchen sink at hillary ranging from accusers against clinton to conspiracy theories. >> reporter: all eyes will be on candidates as they enter the debate hall to see if they shake hands, something they didn't do last time. weijia jang, cbs news, las vegas. >> according to the "new york times" the candidates' families won't shake hands as they enter tonight. mark cuban will be one of hillary clinton's guests, and trump will bring the kenyan- born half-brother of president obama, one of donald trump's supporters. donald trump may be calling for supporters to look for voter fraud on election day but here in the bay area, one county is telling voters, you have nothing to worry about. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose with santa clara county's promise reporter: here in santa clara county, county leaders are going to hold a press conference later this afternoon
to reassure voters like you said that they have nothing to worry about. this started a few days ago when donald trump said that the election was stolen. he called for his supporters to watch the polls on election day saying that it was rigged by, quote, the dishonest media and "crooked hillary" clinton. and because of what he said, many across the nation are now worried about intimidation at the polls. >> you got to get everybody you know and you got to watch your polling booths. so go over and watch. and watch carefully. >> reporter: so so far across the country, politicians are saying there is no evidence that there will be a wave of trump watchers at the polls. now, president obama recently responded to what trump said and we'll bring you his response coming up on the next half-hour. live in santa clara county, maria medina, kpix 5. oakland raiders owner mark davis is expected to speak today after meeting of nfl team owners in houston.
no decisions will be made regarding davis' efforts to move his team to las vegas but the issue is expected to be discussed. nevada state leaders have approved a bill that would finance a stadium with las vegas area hotel taxes. a move would eventually need approval from three-fourths of nfl owners. also today, the grand opening of a new art exhibit in berkeley. power to the people features photos and stories about the world of the black panthers. the exhibit officially opens with a book signing at 6 p.m. by panther cofounder bobby seale at northgate hall at uc- berkeley. time now is 5:10. a new report out this morning shows just how bad this year's wildfire season has been and actually, it's better than previous years. >> plus, say it ain't so. an avocado shortage could soon mean changes to restaurant menus in california. >> oh, no! don't say it's so! hi from the kpix weather center, good morning,
of homes. this is the today marks 25 years since the oakland hills fire killing 25 people and torching thousands of homes. this is the area back in 1991. at its peak the braise destroyed one home every 11 seconds. it was the deadliest urban wildfire in the nation's history causing about $1.5 billion in damage. to mark the anniversary, community will gathered at the gateway emergency center for a sunset remembrance ceremony at 5:30 p.m. hundreds of people in southern colorado are under evacuation orders because of a fast-moving wildfire. the blaze burning near the rocky mountain foothills has already scorched more than 25 square miles. several homes and businesses have been destroyed. fire crews are battling a wildfire that broke out in southern california. this is near porter ranch. there have been no reports of evacuations or structural damage but crews are taking special care to protect the natural gas fields in the area.
crews say more than 100 firefighters are dealing with wind gusts of nearly 40 miles per hour. no word on the cause of the fire. the little "valley fire" burning northeast of lake tahoe is nearly contained this morning. it burned almost 2300 acres and destroyed 23 homes since friday. be evacuation orders are lifted. it's 90% contained. cause is under investigation. despite a lot of high- profile fires this year's wildfire season has been relatively mild. the fire center says that about 7500 square miles have burned in the west. that's below average. all right. 5:15 right now. let's get another check on the roads with roqui. good morning. >> thank you, michelle. good morning, everyone. time now 5:15. and we have some trouble in pleasanton but first let's check the altamont pass here. coming off the 205 at just 20
miles per hour so traffic is progressively getting worse into north flynn road where it frees up a bit. over to pleasanton, our hot spot is westbound 580 before hopyard road. this is a big rig crash involving two big rigs. and traffic is stopped in the area at just 12 miles per hour. so very slow conditions. now, we do have two right lanes closed in hopyard on-ramp closed, as well. chp is saying this should be cleared up or this should be closed, excuse me, for at least an hour to an hour and a half. so this is going to take a while to clear out for all you commuters out there and they need two heavy duty tow trucks to get those two big rigs off of the roads so we'll keep you posted as to when that's cleared up. now moving to the bay bridge toll plaza. cash lane backups into downtown san francisco. metering lights turn on at 5:30. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze along the eastshore freeway will take you 19 minutes. across the san mateo bridge will be just a quick 15
minutes. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. good morning, everybody. rise and shine welcome to your wednesday at 5:16, clear skies over the bay bridge. we do have clear skies from the coast all the way through the bay into our inland areas. at this hour the temperatures not quite as chilly as 4 hours ago. sure, santa -- as 24 hours ago. sure, santa rosa is at 46. yesterday we bottomed out at 43. it's in the upper 40s in the tri-valley. 50 redwood city. 53 degrees san jose. taking a look at some of our weather watcher in and around our microclimates. george, san francisco, sports mid-50s. in napa, dave says good morning at 44. tim, hi there, benicia, 52. and paul smith in brentwood reports 57 degrees. thank you so much for checking in with us. not a raindrop in sight. satellite and radar suggests the coast is clear. take a good look at this. this is what an offshore flow looks like due to a northwest wind that rotated around during the overnight hours while were you sleeping. 10 to 20. we do have clear skies, some
warmer temperatures in the forecast for today. a jump in the temperatures tomorrow. and then we'll flirt with 90 degrees tomorrow and on friday. this is your futurecast and notice throughout the day today not a cloud in sight but then by thursday we start to see the redevelopment of the marine layer pushing closer to the coast, that will keep the temperatures moderate all the way through the weekend where we still have the abundance of sunshine and warmer air mass away from the beaches. we have this ridge of high pressure right here and if you can look out our wind particle map, with the rotation of the winds in a clockwise rotation around the highs, winds go over the inland areas and push out over the offshore waters. that's an offshore component. near 70 in sacramento. 53 in the high sierra where the snow melts. the waterfalls are flowing freely in yosemite bridal veil a sight to see. 65 in monterey bay. 75 in fresno. our numbers will stack up from the 70s to the 80s at rockaway
beach in pacifica. 70 burlingame. san mateo mid-70s. 77 degrees in san jose. upper 70s in napa and in sonoma. the extended forecast calls for the warmer conditions on thursday and we'll start to see a little bit of a cooldown on friday. the return of the marine layer by the end of the week. lots of starry skies tonight. the meteor shower should peak tomorrow but you start to see a falling star or two starting tonight. it's an annual event 20 meteors per hour. >> after midnight? >> we're coming to work at that time. >> wake up an hour early. >> that's why i wanted to talk about it the people that are out there watching right now pretty much -- you couldn't ask for better weather conditions for the viewing of the meteor shower. >> all right. file this under too hot to habit. doctors at ucsf report that a man ate a spicy pepper that burned a hold in his throat and
ate a long. he ate a burger a ghost pepper spread one of the hottest peppers in the world. a few bites landed him in the hospital for 23 days [chuckling] so why did he do it? turns out it was part of a contest for pepper lovers to see if they can take the heat. it's incredibly painful but that's part of the draw. >> ah! [ screaming ] >> you think you're going to die because your throat starts to close up. i think part of the rush is when you realize i'm alive still, i survived. >> wow. the man is now out of the hospital. the case was reported in the journal of emergency medicine [chuckling]. >> milk helps when you eat too spicy food. you may not be able to order avocado rolls or guacamole at your favorite restaurant. the shortage of the luxury fruits from mexico has sent prices skyrocketing and now some restaurants are pulling items with avocado off the menu. one restaurant owner anaheim says he has seen the price of
avocados jump from $72 a case to $105 a case in just the last week. >> well, going to the grocery stores, the prices jump dramatically. i mean, you know, they used to be, you know, less than a dollar. now they are running for about $2 apiece. there's a couple of places that we eat at in pomona and there's always an extra charge now to the avocados. >> officials say higher temperatures and water shortages are to blame for the shortage. coming up in sports, the dodgers inch one step closer to the world series and the sharks goalie makes his first career start seals his first career win in the final seconds of the game coming up. ,, ,,,,
october 25th is the day many sports fans are looking forward to here in the bay area. the start of the warriors season with the giants season over. the raiders possibly bolting to vegas and the 49ers, well, you know about the 49ers. at least we have the sharks to keep us company until then. 27-year-old rookie aaron dell between the pipes making his nhl debut. end of the second period islanders 2-1. thornton to hertl, first goal of the year for hertl. just over two minutes to play tied at 2, thornton with another nice pass this one sets up joe pavelski for the game winner and the sharks beat the islanders 3-2. the first career
win for aaron dell. to baseball, manager dave roberts and the dodgers looking to go up two games to one on the cubs in game three of the nlcs. bottom of the 4th inning, a two- run homer over the center field wall. the dodgers blank the cubs for the second game in a row, 6-0 the final. the indians at toronto for game 4 of the alcs and check out that fan's glove. bottom of the 7th inning of this game, edwin encarnacion a live drive up the middle with the bases loaded, two runs sky fox the blue jays are not going fishing yet, they beat the indians 5-1. the warriors back in preseason action against today against the lakers. have a great day. ♪[ music ] a national fear of intimidation at the polls on election day. the one bay area county that says they are not going to let that happen here. >> and school is back in session today at a high school after four students were shot
on... one local mom is sharing her memories after a fatal crash in marin county kills both of her sons. >> plus, the pressure is on ahead of the final presidential debate. who has the tougher job tonight? >> it's not tough forecasting today's weather. we have an offshore flow. i'll tell you the effect it will have on your day. >> and that big rig crash we have been talking about in pleasanton is now a chp-issued traffic alert. we'll tell you why when we come back. good morning, everyone.
it's wednesday, october 19. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. violence at a san francisco high school. four teenagers wounded after a shooting. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco with more on the search for suspects. anne reporter: it's going to be an emotional day here at june jordan school for equity today. classes will be in session. they plan to have counselors here and extra security. the four suspects in the shooting still on the loose this morning. the shots rang out at about 3:15 yesterday afternoon. four students were here in the parking lot just as school was getting out when they were shot. they are still alive although one girl has life-threatening injuries. three of the students who were shot ran back into the school. one boy headed to the bayview police station 2 1/2 miles away. owe in addition at the school ordered a lockout, meaning nobody was allowed in or out except emergency workers, as
everybody tried to figure out what was going on. >> i heard boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, you know, six -- i counted six. it could have been 7, could have been 5. but i counted 6. and, um, and i said, i don't think that's backfire. i don't think that's, you know, backfire from a car. >> reporter: the injured students are recovering at san francisco general hospital this morning. police aren't saying much about the suspects in this case, just that they do believe this was a targeted shooting. they are not giving a suspect description, just to say there were four men involved wearing hoodies. we are hoping for more information and that somebody might be caught at some point today. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. four people in san jose's cambrian neighborhood are looking for a new place to live after a massive fire ripped through their home overnight. firefighters got the call around 11:00 last night. when they arrived at this home
on anselmo avenue, they discovered four people were trapped inside. three of them were able to make it out the back and crews got the last person out. the fire started in the garage but the cause is under investigation. with just 20 days to go before election day, tonight hillary clinton and donald trump will have their final face-to-face showdown before voters head to the polls. the stage is set for the debate at the university of nevada las vegas. the debate topics will include immigration, the economy, and fitness to be president. donald trump is attacking hillary clinton saying she is not physically strong enough to hold office. the nominees are also trying to get under each other's skin. clinton has invited former republican california gubernatorial candidate meg whitman who is now endorsing the democrat, clinton. trump has invited the mother of a benghazi victim who accused clinton's of murdering son and president obama's half broken from kenya. polls show donald trump is
the front-runner. but clinton could be feeling the most pressure on debate night. >> donald trump is not here to convince new people to vote for him, allegedly. it's really up to clinton to make sure that she holds on to the slim lead she has. and that just means no mistakes, no slipups, nothing that can be used against her. er will supporters may wantshe wants to keep her voters from voting for donald trump. >> the presidential debate begins at 6:00 tonight at unlv and you can see it live here on kpix 5. following campaign 2016, a fear is sweeping across the nation of voter intimidation at the polls after donald trump called the election rigged. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose with what county leaders are promising voters. maria reporter: good morning, michelle. we're standing here at the office of the registrar in santa clara county where county leaders later today are going to hold a press conference to reassure voters they have
nothing to worry about on election day. now, this all started just a few days ago when donald trump said that the election was stolen and called on supporters to watch the polls on election day looking for voter fraughted saying it was rigged by the dishonest media and crooked hillary clinton and because of what he said, some people are worried about intimidation at the polls. >> to me, that's media fraud. but you can also call it voter fraud because they really poison the mind of the voter. it's very unfair. >> you start whining before the game is even over, it's -- it's -- it's -- whenever things are going badly for you and you -- and you lose, you start blaming somebody else, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> reporter: and so far, across the country, politicians say there is no evidence that there will be a wave of trump watchers at the polls. but i say that trump supporters
inside polls cannot talk to other voters. they can only designated poll workers. live in santa clara county, maria medina, kpix 5. >> we have heard about hacking this election year. what have you learned about that? >> reporter: here's the good news. our, um, voting machines here in california are really old. and they do not connect to the internet. back to you. >> thank you. time now 5:35. let's check weather with roberta. >> isn't that amazing? we are in the silicon valley, the heart of industry in the united states and we still get that little pencil to draw the lines. >> i like it. i like it. >> hanging chads. [ laughter ] >> this is just such an exciting time. i was in jack london square for the last debate. and people were gathered in the one restaurant with couches and tables and it was an event like watching a sporting event. it's wonderful seeing everybody so involved. >> it is. it's great. >> i can't wait for tonight. picture in picture, baseball game right here, debate right here. >> it's the last debate. thank god. >> three weeks to go before the
election. >> how about that. good morning, everybody. today we have a warming trend. in fact our temperatures will be anywhere from 3 to 7 degrees warmer than what we experienced on tuesday. and it's live our weather camera kind of hard to tell you about we have clear skies out there. we can see the top of the transamerica pyramid. see the glowing red blinking lights? visibility is unlimited. numbers are slightly more mild than 24 hours ago. in fact, yesterday we were at 44 in santa rosa. today 46. it's 49 degrees in livermore. we were in the 40s in redwood city at this hour yesterday. right now at 50. numbers coming up substantially in comparison to yesterday. san jose you will top off at 77. slightly above average for this date. 70 at rockaway beach in pacifica. 70s common with the clear skies around the peninsula up to 78 from campbell through cupertino and then los gatos through saratoga. willow glen high 70s. carquinez
bridge high 70s. north bay from the 60s through the 70s to 82 in sonoma. we'll talk about the warmup and chances of rain. roqui, that's still coming up at 18 after the hour. >> chances of rain again? okay. let's talk about this traffic alert in pleasanton. it's causing a lot of trouble in the area here. it's involving two big rigs that crashed. westbound 4 at 580 before hopyard road and that backup is backed up to airway boulevard. two right lanes are closed and the hopyard on-ramp is closed as well and it's a traffic alert because it's going to take at least an hour to an hour and a half to clear. traffic is slow in the area at 9 miles per hour. very slow into pleasanton right now. now, if you want to take an alternate, which we do suggest, consider dublin boulevard or stoneridge drive. now, moving over to some slow traffic in the antioch pittsburg area here's a look at
that. traffic moving at 20 miles per hour just about. the bay bridge toll plaza those metering lights are on. it will take you about 15 to 20 minutes to get into downtown san francisco. the chp says that speed appears to be a factor in a one- car crash that killed three young men in marin county. the car struck a power pole and two trees early yesterday morning off sir francis drake boulevard near lagunitas. the two passengers killed are identified as chance argall of woodacre and lancelot argall of san anselmo. their mother is understandably devastated. >> saddest thing is that i could not hug them right now, you know? just tell them i love them one more time. and tell them that it didn't matter if they didn't have a job tomorrow or the clothes were dirty or whatever, it just -- the little things don't matter, you know? they needed to just be okay, to
live. >> the third victim was the driver chance maurer. a man is resentenced. keenan smith a football player for college of san mateo was originally sentenced by judge aaron persky. yesterday, another judge ordered smith to spend about 8 weekends in jail because he violated his plea agreement. persky is hearing civil matters. he is not on the smith case. critics say persky was too leanend in the sexual assault case of former stanford swimmer brock turner and was in this case, as well. >> we just can't afford to have judges who think football is a higher priority than addressing violence against women. >> the recall proponents claim persky has a history of leniency towards college
athletes. a popular pizza chain is gaining a high-tech reputation. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. strong earnings from companies like united healthcare netflix sent the dow up 75, nasdaq up 44. futures pointing to a higher open. yahoo's revenue plunged after admitting to a data breach in 2014. the ceo canceled the usual earnings conference call with reporters. that means there were few details about the hacking and when the company knew about it. yahoo is in the process of being sold to verizon. domino's pizza is delivering profits. the restaurant chain reported a 17% jump in revenue in the last quarter. domino's is invested in technology. customers could place orders on facebook messenger twitter through their apple watch or by text message simply by using a pizza emoji from the fashion runway to
the airport runway 60,000 delta airline employees will be modeling new uniforms. they will roll out in 2017. >> we hear a new sweet is hitting store shelves. >> reporter: m&m is introducing a new caramel filling. it's the fourth variety of the candy that already comes in pretzel, chocolate and peanut fillings. m&ms caramel will be available in next may coinciding with the candy's 75th birthday. i like it. >> i'll stick with the peanut m&ms, but hey, there's a different selection for everyone. all right. ill wagne r of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. >> reporter: it could be good for dentists, by the way. >> yeah. brush your teeth afterwards. all right. thank you. 5:41. this little girl in california never knew her instagram video would touch so much hearts. her message next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
sierra two days ago. from the aircraft w crews have founding the wreckage of a plane to be that of one that went missing in the sierra two days ago. debris was spotted yesterday afternoon southwest of lake tahoe. the el dorado county sheriff's office says that a man's body was found just outside the plane. but they haven't identified him yet. they think the pilot tyrell creamer was the only one on board. it was going from idaho to the sacramento area when it went down. today california regularrers want your opinion about driverless cars? >> the dmv is hosting a public hearing at the state capital in a couple of hours. people can weigh in on new regulations to allow self- driving cars on public streets. right now only prototypes are being tested usually with a
person in the driver's seat. the car companies say it could be ready next year. the white house was rocking last night as part of president obama's state dinner on italy. ♪[ music ] gwen stefani singing to more than 400 guests. it was bittersweet. this will be obama's last state dinner as president. >> what matters in the end is what we built. what matters is what we leave behind. >> first lady michelle obama stole the show in versace gown in gold. a race car driver and actors and house minority leaders nancy pelosi also attended. this is 13th state dinner for obama in office. a 7-year-old girl who lives near sacramento inspiring
thousands across the world with a post on instagram. [ inaudible ] >> is it scary? >> no, it's not scary. >> it's so exciting? >> yeah! i get to go [ indiscernible ] >> you so get go to disneyland? >> yeah! >> we are going to disneyland tomorrow. so [ indiscernible ] it's not something scary? >> no, it's not scary at all. >> oh, my gosh. she is so cute. this is sophia. she went to disneyland last week. by the way, she spent the first year of her life in an orphanage in russia before being adopted by a california family. october is down syndrome awareness month and who better to help raise awareness than sophia. >> cute. >> the kind of children and adults meet with best buddies one of my favorite charities. and you can find more about best buddies at best buddies.org. you can meet them.
we learn from them. >> she met the character sophia, too. >> she did. let's start with the altamont pass here coming off 205 at 18 miles per hour so slow on the pass from north tracy boulevard and then you think you're getting better into livermore but think again. here's the traffic alert of the morning. westbound 580 before hopyard, it's a big rig crash with two big rigs and it is blocking the two right lanes. that hopyard on-ramp is also closed and chp is saying this is going to take at least an hour to an hour and a half to clear out. antioch pittsburg area highway 4 is moving slowly, as well. it's slow. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic already backed up into the maze right now. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 25 minutes.
and then expect a 20-minute drive through into downtown san francisco. now if you are headed into the peninsula, a better commute. 880 to 101 will take 15 minutes across the span. and, of course, to avoid the roads, no mass transit delays. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. roqui, i have a question for you. >> oh-oh. >> do you like it being darker earlier in the morning? you know, it's so dark now. do you? do you like the shorter days? >> i like it. >> it gives you a fall feel, huh? that's the feel right now. can you see it? just dark, dark sky out there right now but it's clear. temperature-wise 46 degrees in santa rosa. 49 degrees in livermore. 57 degrees in san francisco. it is 50 in redwood city, it is not as cool this morning as it was 24 hours ago due to that. what do you see here? absolutely nothing. that is what an offshore flow looks like. we did see the winds rotate to the northwest 10 to 20 during
the overnight hours. scrubbing out the marine layer. warmer temperatures as a result today. in fact, we'll warm three to seven degrees in comparison to tuesday. a jump in the temperatures continuing on thursday. then we'll kind of moderate out by the weekend. meanwhile this is your futurecast. you see absolutely nothing going on until about thursday. here's your wednesday afternoon into the evening and behind me here it's the redevelopment of a vigorous marine layer that will push back into the coastal areas by friday. and that will keep the temperatures more modest along the seashore. we'll continue to see temperatures slightly above average in our inland areas by the tail end of the week. ridge of high pressure right there. and if you notice the winds in a clockwise fashion around that huge dome of high pressure, so what happens? when you have those winds and that clockwise fashion they are coming from the north taking a nosedive down out to sea bringing in the inland warmth toward the beaches at rockaway beach at 70. sacramento near 70 so almost as warm as the coast into inland
valleys. 53 high sierra. low 60s in eureka. sun-up at 7:23. darker later. sunset 6:26. you have to shave off 2 minutes and 11 seconds of daylight hours in comparison of yesterday. i don't like that when it's nice and warm outside. san jose your futurecast does illustrate easily today into the mid-70s towards the rose garden district and willow glen. you see that temperature at 70 degrees at high noon topping off at 75. but i'm giving levi's stadium and mineta international airport a high of 77. mid-70s around the peninsula today. 76 from oakland through emeryville into el cerrito and richmond. mid-70s also common around vallejo, benicia, martinez and american canyon. we jump up to the low 80s. northwest winds drying out the atmosphere. fire potential up. warmer friday. more moderate with increasing
turn the tables on airlines. under a propos good news for travelers sick of paying baggage fees. the government is turning the tables on airlines. under a proposal by the transportation department, the airlines would now have to refund your checked baggage fee. currently, that's something they only have to do if they completely lose your luggage not if it's, quote, substantially delayed. most passengers who spoke to kpix 5 are on board with the idea. >> i think that's only common sense. people's time is worth something. and the inconvenience is such that i think it's an easy and goodwill kind of thing that the airlines should do. >> the proposal is part of a series of consumer protections that the obama administration is trying to implement. we have all seen some crazy things in our email inbox but one southern california woman says she got a vulgar email from trusted travel website expedia.com. the woman says that after receiving unhelpful customer
support, she filled out a survey saying that she was dissatisfied. >> i was honest, the lady wasn't helpful. i asked with a supervisor and she didn't let me speak with one. >> two days later she got an email saying her trip was canceled. the same email, this expletive she found. she says that she tried to report it but instead, she was told that she wouldn't be refunded and would be charged an additional $200. expedia says they are launching an investigation into the incident and will reimburse her. an oscar winning filmmaker and outspoken critic of donald trump will be releasing a "documentary" today about the 2016 election hours before the presidential debate. michael moore made the announcement on twitter yesterday. his latest film is called, michael moore in trump land. he is releasing it in new york and los angeles and on itunes today. a pair of famous shoes aren't in kansas anymore, they are at the smithsonian in washington, dc and they need your help.
we are talking about dorothy's ruby red slippers from the "wizard of oz." the smithsonian launched a kickstarter campaign to preserve the famous footwear. museum officials say that federal money isn't used for individual item restoration so they are hoping that people chip in to raise $300,000. the shoes are over 77 years old and one of the most visited items on display. school is back in session today after four students were shot in this parking lot. coming up, the search for the suspects still under way this morning. blah. >> you've heard the response responses to donald trump saying the election is rigged. hear what one bay area county has to say. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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my guests are able to extend their stay and spend more money on activities and restaurants. - the extra income that i get from airbnb has been a huge impact in my life. and they lied about it thatfor decades.ls. now they're lying about prop 56. if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it. and i'm kenny choi. veral suspects remai good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, october 19. i'm michelle griego.
>> i'm kenny choi. several suspects remain at large after four teenagers were injured in a shooting at a san francisco high school. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san francisco with more on what happened during that violent attack. anne. >> reporter: police say they do have some leads but we don't know much about the shooter or shooters in this case just that there are four suspects still on the loose. they are going to have counselors here because class is resuming at june jordan school for equity. and they are going to have extra security on campus today when students do return. but it was just as school was letting out yesterday at 3:15 when shots rang out here in the parking lot. four students were shot. they are still alive. but one girl did have life- threatening injurieses. three of the students who were shot ran back into the school so officials ordered a lockout, meaning nobody was allowed in or out except emergency workers. >> teachers told us that we ha
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