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and i'm kenny choi. let's st outside... good morning, everyone. it's friday, you made it! it's march 10. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look outside. it is shaping up to be a beautiful friday. and we could see some very warm temperatures this weekend as we take a live look at the bay bridge. and 880 in oakland. traffic not too bad out there right now. but it could change very soon. >> did you say could? we could see some -- >> we will! we will. >> possibly in the 80s, right? >> we'll hit the 80s by monday. you could be sick by monday if you suffer from allergies. the count will be off the charts. >> don't tell me that. >> i'm already getting a little stuffy. >> i have been also. we do have a high pollen count today. it's the poplar, juniper and alder counts extremely high. good morning, this is our live weather camera looking at the
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lights dancing off the bay bridge waters. look at that! isn't that gorgeous? clear skies temperatures in the 50s from the seashore through the bay, the peninsula, well into our inland areas. currently 53 san francisco. we'll have a veil of clouds overhead. high pressure is the key component, lots of warm air in place. a little bit of morning fog to kick-start your friday. otherwise, we have temperatures in the 60s and 70s from 65 degrees in pacifica to 75 degrees in san jose, concord, clayton and walnut creek, also napa sonoma and glen ellen. 77 the outside number today in gilroy. your full weekend forecast at 18 minutes after the hour of 5:00. we know for sure we will have sunshine and slow traffic on the altamont pass. all right. you're moving at 20 miles per hour coming out of tracy off 205 then up to 35 once you hit north flynn road into livermore on to the dublin interchange and here's a live look at that commute, slow of course, and if you head into the peninsula, here's a live look at the san
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mateo bridge from hayward to foster city just a quick drive of 15 minutes. all right. moving over now to our sfo cam here, this is our high definition satellite images new realtime traffic graphics and if you are heading into the nimitz freeway here's a live look at the commute. 238 to the maze 15 minutes, to the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights not on just yet starting around 5:30 or so so the maze to downtown right now just a quick 7 minutes. roqui, thanks. right now in the east bay a couple is recovering in the hospital after suspects started shooting into their minivan as they drove down i-80. the gunman opened fire near the san pablo exit in richmond just before the evening commute. anne makovec is live in richmond with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: three people were taken into custody in this investigation yesterday. we're waiting to find out more about possible charges later on this morning. but the good news for commuters
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is that the three-way is back open for the morning commute. here's the vehicle riddled with bullets on 80 yesterday in richmond its windows blown out. the shooting happened in the eastbound lanes near the san pablo exit at 3:30 yesterday afternoon. witnesses told police people in a silver dodge charger on a couple in the minivan. the man shot five times in the head and chest, the woman shot in the hand. one of them was airlifted to a nearby hospital by helicopter. neighbors heard the gunfire from their homes. >> five or six, um, gunshots so super close. so i was so scared for my son. >> most of the freeways right now, you think you're safe on the freeway? you're not. >> reporter: all lanes of 80 were shut down for five hours yesterday evening. investigators were collecting
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shell casings and other evidence. the backup on i-80 was massive. this happened during the evening commute. traffic gridlocked back to the macarthur maze. we are expecting more information on the investigation later on this morning. live in richmond, anne makovec, kpix 5. developing now in santa clara county an officer is on paid leave after he shot and killed a 20-year-old man around 5 p.m. on deborah and monroe. investigators say the suspect's mother called police because her son was acting erratically. it's unclear what exactly happened when officers arrived. but we do know they tried to tase him and then an officer opened fire and killed him. the man is in his 20s. no police officers were hurt. frustration in san jose. victims packed city hall demanding answers. did anyone admit making a mistake? kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose with more on what happened. >> reporter: this is what is left of many people's homes.
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it's a pile of debris. dozens packed city hall demanding answers yesterday. now, a new scathing report admits -- the city admits that they failed to warn people of the rise in water before that water reached their doors. they reride on the santa clara water district when it said that coyote creek could handle the amount of water being released from the reservoir a conclusion they now say was fundamentally flawed. >> i have really bad cough, my back hurts when i cough. my chest hurts. my stomach. everybody is sick there. so i'm just asking for help. >> reporter: that new report says there was at some point a breakdown in communication between the water district and the city. the city says they do hope to move forward from there and work together with the water district. one man we spoke to yesterday
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said that he believes that that was a passive solution. about 14,000 people were put under a mandatory evacuation two weeks ago. hundreds were rescued by boat. and dozens remain in shelters today. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. president trump says that the united states needs to urgently update its infrastructure and, in fact, he made it a big pledge during the campaign. but one engineering group says it's not so simple. the american society of civil engineers estimates that it would cost $4.6 trillion to fix the current woes plaguing our infrastructure more than the federal government spends in an entire year. >> for nearly three decades, our elected officials have known that america's infrastructure has needed attention improvement and investment. >> in its latest report the asce gave the nation's bridges a c-plus because 40% of them are more than 50 years old. roads got a d. berkeley police are
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releasing new photos of 30 individuals who allegedly vandalized uc-berkeley's student union last month. it happened on the night former breitbart news editor milo yiannopoulos was set to speak at an event hosted by the becker college republicans. the riot shut down the event and caused $100,000 in damage to the university. at least 6 people suffered minor injuries. police are also encouraging witnesses who may have more photos of that night to come forward. this morning, we are learning south korea has 60 days to choose a new president. a court upheld an impeachment motion against president park who is caught up in a corruption scandal. park is accused of conspiring to pressure companies including samsung to donate large sums of money to nonprofit foundations that her long-time friend set up. park served four years in office. she is south korea's first democratically elected president to be impeached.
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president trump talks health with key house chairs. the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare cleared two committees but conservatives are slow to lend support and democrats are opposed. the entire house is expected to vote during the week of march 20th. supporters of the affordable care act also known as obamacare will be holding a rally today in oakland. it's being led by alameda county supervisor wilma chan and some doctors. it starts at noon outside ucsf benioff children's hospital. the latest jobs report will be released in just about an hour and a half. economists predict a solid growth with nearly 190,000 new jobs added last month. it's the first full month under president trump. during the campaign his administration promised to create 25 million new jobs over the next 10 years. time now 5:08. ♪[ music ] >> if you think storms are bad on earth, wait until you hear what mars is dealing with. we'll show you the new pictures released by nasa. >> down on earth, crazy winds
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are sweeping other parts of the country. wait until you see what some people are dealing with. >> oh, i want to try that! definitely. sign me up. hi, everybody. good morning! 5:09 on this friday. sure we'll be in the 70s today but i'll show you which day we'll top off in the 80s. >> all right. sounds good, roberta. it's 5:09. traffic looking smooth around the bay area. we do have a mass transit update for you when we come back. don't go anywhere. ♪[ music ] ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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nasa just released new good morning, 5:12 on this march 10. this is our live weather camera looking out toward sfo. big question of the day today, is how warm will it get? well, we're talking about temperatures easily in the mid- 70s away from the bay. but hotter weather coming up this weekend. i have the full report. roqui is along with traffic. all coming up in less than 4 minutes. nasa just released new pictures of a massive storm on mars. the agency says it's so big, it could cover the entire u.s. the dust storm started on the northern part of mars and blew towards the south. nasa says that they rarely see ones this big. and at some point it could cover the entire planet. down on earth, it's not
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sand but wind that's causing a lot of problems. take a look at this video out of ohio. a little girl is blown away, look at that, as she tries to open her front door. thankfully, she was able to hold on. oh!! that gives me chills watching. her mom says she is okay and she was able to actually laugh it off. >> strong winds are also sweeping through parts of the east coast but unfortunately for one man in new hampshire, he didn't have a door to hold on to. [ sound of wind ] >> nope. just a flag. the mount washington observatory posted this on their facebook page yesterday. wind gusts were around 110 miles an hour. >> wow. >> isn't that amazing? >> great video right there. >> great video of this but i'm still thinking about that little girl. >> and her mom has her -- she wasn't looking at her. she was like -- trying to get into her car. yikes. >> yikes. >> what would you do? >> makes me grateful to be here in the bay area.
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>> yeah. >> where the weather is great. >> that's right. [ laughter ] let's check traffic. something that we don't really appreciate about the bay area is the traffic, right. >> it's true but we can appreciate the quiet mornings like this one but, of course, it's still early. it's only 5:14. so let's check mass transit. 10-minute delay between ashby and macarthur stations from bart. we'll keep you posted when that's back on time. but now to your slow traffic. altamont pass, 18 miles per hour here if you are coming off to 5 in tracy then down to 34 up -- to up 34 at north flynn road. so give yourself extra time to get through there. that's slow every morning. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge between hayward and foster city. a quick 13-minute drive. traffic is moving smoothly in both directions on 92. heading over now to san francisco, look at this beautiful view of the city, you guys. downtown san francisco this is our realtime traffic new graphics here in the traffic center giving you a high definition satellite view of
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the bay area. so can't get any better than that, right? if you are taking the bay bridge toll plaza into downtown san francisco here's a live look at that just some cash lane backups otherwise looking good until 5:30 when the metering lights turn on and start slowing you down. good morning, everybody. live weather camera, this time around from the transamerica pyramid we are looking due east. mostly cloudy skies across the entire bay area. it's a veil of high, thin clouds. i'll share the satellite-radar with you momentarily but right now, temperatures are so mild as you get ready to get out the door and begin your friday. livermore is at 50. same santa rosa. 54 san jose. and it is 55 degrees in oakland. well around the peninsula we are in the mid-50s. did you see the high, thin clouds yesterday? similar situation again today due to an area of low pressure well to the north streaming in from the west. and those clouds will continue to filter the sunshine but nonetheless we do have high pressure the key component. it will continue to bask over
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the entire bay area. temperatures meanwhile in the 60s. at the beaches. 60s and 70s common around the rim of the bay today. low 70s around mountain view back through belmont into brisbane. 75 in san jose. a little warmer than that in cupertino and campbell. 70s common through the east of the bay, as well. delta, you will be in the mid- to high 70s. 76 degrees today in santa rosa. winds will be out of the north a good 5 to 15 miles per hour. okay, here we go with your extended forecast. we do have each day right now 77 degrees our outside number in the inland areas. that's for your saturday under partly cloudy skies. warm a in place. we'll have more on sunday but cloudy on monday. look at those 80s for the first time this year we'll top off at 80 and 81 degrees inland. mid site of by tuesday into wednesday. but again right now high, thin cloud as you gets ready to step out the door. we do have temperatures currently into the 50s. time to see what's trending
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today. pretty soon you'll see some changes at starbucks. the company is releasing cups that are decorated for spring. there will be three different colors, blue, yellow and green. the coffee giant started releasing holiday cups around christmas nearly 20 years ago. but this is the first time they are doing spring cups. a lot of people are talking about the new "game of thrones" season. the network finally released the premiere date yesterday but fans had to work for it. at least wait for it. hbo started a facebook live video at 2 p.m. it showed a block of melting ice. the premiere date was going to appear on the screen when that ice fully melted. but the live stream ran into problems and it ended up taking over an hour for it to melt. fans weren't too happy about that but they finally got their answer, yes, the july 16 the new season premieres. can't wait. and a dad is going viral for his sweet dance moves. watch him steal the show at a father/daughter dance in texas. ♪[ music ]
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>> okay. that is a cool dad. ray mason attended the dance with his daughter sadie and nearly 4 million views later, video of his legit dance moves have made this dad a viral star. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, can the cal bears stay alive in their hunt for march madness? and the 49ers begin the free agent frenzy with no quarterbacks, now they have two. the latest when we come back. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at and we may feature your school on the show. this morning, manny machado ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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gets the nod for the p ng, manny ma good morning. of the it's 5:21. let's check your traffic. starting with the altamont pass this is our slowest traffic of the morning so far. 18 miles per hour coming out of tracy on 205. 36 miles an hour at north flynn road. if you are traveling into the peninsula. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. 10-minute delay on bart between at ashby. we have the warmest day so far this year ready to move in. we'll walk you through the forecast. temperatures today and tomorrow with a veil of high, thin
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clouds in the 60s at the beaches. low 70s peninsula up to 77 inland. yes, mostly sunny skies on sunday. and i'm going there, 80 degrees for the first time this year away from the bay. the coast is in the mid-60s. it's a beach day on monday, too, if you don't have to work. 65 at the coast to 81 degrees inland areas. possibly some record high temperatures. good morning, everybody. the 49ers ended up picking up nine players in free agency including another quarterback and a former raider. welcome, malcolm smith, to a five-year deal reportedly worth $26.5 million. smith spent the previous two seasons with the raiders. the team signed last night former bears backup quarterback matt barkley wide receiver robinson and kicker robby gold. the a's sonny gray will miss at least three weeks with a lat strain meaning oakland's ace will begin the regular
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season on the disabled list. sharks honored joe thornton for his 1,000th career assist before last night's game. second period san jose and washington tied at 2. off the rebound couture scores the first of his two goals in the game. sharks beat the caps, who have the highest point total in the nhl at 4-2. martin and cal sweating it out at the pac-12 tournament. bears leading utah 73-72. 15 seconds left. bird draws the foul. hits the runner. cal up 4 after the free throw. bird scored 26. the final seconds, it's 78-75. cedric bearfield misses the three and cal escapes to keep their ncaa tournament hopes alive. 78-75 the final. they will play top seed oregon today in the semi finals. they win that game, they're in. right now, they're on the bubble. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. ♪[ music ] all right, this morning, manny machado gets noted for the play of the day for this extreme shot. take a look. >> the canadian in the first.
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in [ shot ] >> shot and a great play off third by manny machado! >> why not. >> one of the best in the business, folks. >> look at that. manny machado during the world baseball classic during canada and the dominican republic. freddie freeman ryan's it to third but manny for the stop. -- lines one to third but manny for the stop with a great defensive play. he made 5 million bucks last year with the orioles. ♪[ music ] san jose's flood victims square off with city leaders. but did they get the answers they were looking for? >> an investigation into a freeway shooting continues this morning. coming up, we'll tell you where things stand. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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i was just thinking this is not something you see everyday. a scary scene on a bay area freeway. we have the latest on a shooting along i-80. >> i was just thinking this is not something you see every day. >> sidewalk of fame. >> a wild scene in hollywood when a police chase ends on the walk of fame. >> 5:28. good morning from the kpix 5 weather, sure, forecasting 70s today but i'll share with you which day this weekend will top off in the 80s! >> all right. things are quiet around the bay area right now. but how long will that last? we'll keep an eye on your roads for you when we come back. good morning, it is friday, march 10. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. right now in the east bay, two people are recovering in the hospital after gunmen started firing into their car as they
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drove down i-80. the suspect started shooting near the san pablo avenue exit in richmond. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in richmond with details on the investigation. anne. >> reporter: well, we do know that three people were taken into custody shortly after that shooting yesterday afternoon. today we are waiting to find out more about possible charges. but the good news for commuters is that the freeway is re-open. here is the minivan that police say was targeted yesterday afternoon. its windows blown out on i-80 in richmond. the shooting happened in the eastbound lanes near the san pablo exit around 3:30 yesterday afternoon. witnesses told police that people in a silver dodge charger opened fire on a couple in the minivan. the man shot five times in his head and chest. the woman was shot in the hand. all lanes of i-80 were shut down for five hours as investigators collected shell casings and other evidence. traffic gridlocked all the way
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back to the macarthur maze. we are expecting more information on this shooting from the california highway patrol later this morning. live in richmond, anne makevoc, kpix 5. anne, is there any reason to believe there's a public safety risk right now? >> reporter: police say that this shooting was targeted. often times when they say that, that means it was a gang- related situation. don't know if that's the case in this circumstance. but that does mean that these people weren't just trying to shoot at random people. so that's good news if you are driving down the highway but obviously, when you're talking about freeway shootings, the concern is that people's vehicles could go out of control, there's a lot of people could be -- who could be hurt who weren't the targets in these situations and this isn't the first freeway shooting. we have seen a couple of dozen shootings along that corridor of i-80 over the past year. back to you. >> yeah. it's very concerning, anne. thank you very much. flood victims in san jose went face to face with city leaders demanding why no one warned them their homes would flood two weeks ago. kpix 5's maria medina is live
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in san jose this morning with the city's confession. maria. >> reporter: you know, many of these victims had no idea, no sign, that this could happen to their homes just a pile of debris. yesterday, dozens packed city hall demanding answers and in a new scathing report, the city admits that it failed to warn people to evacuate before that water reached their doors. but it also says it relied heavily on the santa clara water district that said coyote creek could handle the amount of water that their reservoir was releasing. a conclusion they now say was fundamentally flawed. >> there's no water and no gas. >> that decision to get out there and knock on doors and let people know, there's very likely a flood coming, should have been made had on sunday. >> reporter: and that report says that some point there was a breakdown in communications between the city and the water
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district. the mayor said that he hopes to work with the water district from now on. about 14,000 people were put under a mandatory evacuation two weeks ago we saw hundreds being rescued by boat with firefighters. if you haven't noticed behind me, all these buildings behind me are dark and that's a sign that so many people are not able to return home. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. >> we have the government is also helping the rod in victims. >> reporter: because the governor declared a state of emergency, that's going to postpone the tax bill that is dubai these flood victims next month. the government is helping the flood victims. back to you. >> thank you. it is 5:32 right now. we are going to get another check on weather and traffic. roberta is first. she is busy tracking all that sunshine. >> yes, i am! [ laughter ] >> i am. i was actually trying to kick the computer a little bit. i have been having a little bit of a difficult time with it. >> you have a hurt foot.
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>> i know, i was kicking it with the other foot! [ laughter ] >> that's how you injured your foot. >> no. i didn't. good morning, everybody. our live weather camera does suggest at this particular time we have a veil of clouds. it is mostly cloudy from the coast through the bay into our inland areas. this is a beautiful view from the transamerica pyramid where we do have the clouds and not much of a wind to speak of however. at this particular time, look how mild it is. the temperatures ranging from 50 in livermore and in santa rosa to 54 degrees in redwood city and in san jose. boy, 50s across the board. so yesterday, did you see that filtered sunshine? it's all associated with this right here. we have a disturbance offshore tossing some clouds into the forecast. a little bit of light rain showers to the north of us. but boy! that rain is going to stay diverted at least for the next five to six days. we have temperatures today from 65 at the beaches to 70 around the bay and peninsula. mid-70s in our inland areas. notice sunday, we're talking
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about 80 degrees for the first time this year well inland, low 80s by monday. but all this comes at a price. we'll have the pollen report and roqui, that's coming up in about 48 minutes after the hour. >> all right. thank you. you know i love my sunshine. but 85? whoo, that's hot! it's 5:34. let's check the bay area roads. starting with the marin county commute, traffic looking good on the golden gate bridge heading into san francisco. if you are traveling into downtown san francisco, here's another story here. the bay bridge metering lights are on. so expect delays here. the maze to downtown now will take about 10 minutes or so. all right. moving over now to the slowest traffic of the morning 17 miles per hour along the altamont pass, coming out of tracy, then up to 30 at north flynn road good through livermore on to the dublin interchange and let's talk about bart. we have a 10-minute delay here as bart recovers from an earlier emergency track repair between ashby and macarthur station. that's your traffic. kennedy any i'll send it to you. >> thank you, roqui. crews are working hard to get the roads repaired from flooding. we sent "sky drone 5" over
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highway 35 yesterday. caltrans is weighing three options to fix it. rebuild it completely, build a bridge around it or reroute the highway by cutting deeper into the mountain. "sky drone 5" also flew over morgan territory road in clayton. a landslide took out part of the road and is blocking a subdivision. residents have been trekking in and out for nearly two weeks. contra costa county supervisors say they are doing their best to speed up the repairs. no word yet when those roads will re-open. like a scene out of a hollywood movie. new video this morning shows a suspect in a stolen car taking officers on a wild ride overnight in los angeles ending along the hollywood walk of fame. there were some odd moments like when the driver stopped to talk to a news photographer. people were able to -- police were able to arrest the suspect. no one was hurt. bart's board of directors has decided not to raise fares in its fight to come back from a budget shortfall. still, the agency's other
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pitches could put riders in a bind. one involves reducing service to open bart at 5 a.m. instead of 4 a.m. parking fees could also go up. another option would be slashing the discounts for seniors, youth and disabled. it would drop from 62.5% to 50%. some riders feel that goes too far. but the agency promises it's weighing several possibilities. >> that's i am more because the government needs to provide public transit in a civilized country. >> we just approved increasing our advertising revenue at stations so there's going to be a lot of creative solutions. >> bart directors will vote on the options in june since the next fiscal year starts july 1. the smash of "hamilton" opens today in san francisco. tickets to the broadway musical sold out in minutes. ♪[ music ] [ hip-hop/rap ] ♪[ music ] >> i wish you could see kenny dancing now. you have 44 chances to win $10
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tickets to the show in a digital lottery. seat locations varied but some will be the front row. >> hey, when i lived in new york, i did, gosh, like the lottery maybe 20 or 30 times and i saw maybe for our five shows. so you win sometimes. >> but this one i think the lottery will be wacky nuts. i'm going to do it. even if i send somebody, yeah, somebody has to win. >> just do it. formal opening march 23 at the orpheum theater. they are running preview shows now until then. "hamilton" runs through august 5. >> by the way, everything that i learned from "hamilton" i learned from you. >> that's right. you learned a lot of things from me. [ laughter ] do you have plans for lunch today? if not, the food truck event known as off the grid is back for its second week. trucks will pop up across san francisco and in oakland for the event. organizers say there is a new layout plus and expanded line- up of food vendors. it started last week and runs friday nights through summer. it's free but you have to pay
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for the food. the company radioshack has not escaped its financial bid. the company just filed for bankruptcy for the second time in two years. hena daniels of has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning. here on wall street investors are watching for the february jobs report that just came out a little while ago. jobs run 235,000. now, it's the first report to capture a full month of job growth under president trump. yesterday was quiet. stocks barely moved. the dow was up 2. nasdaq up 1. the irs has stopped 1 million fraudulent tax refunds from being issued last year. the number of identity theft victims was down 46%. but 376,000 americans had their identities stolen by criminals who used their social security numbers and other information to claim their tax refunds. and there's a first time champion in the nation's
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beverage battle. a trade group says bottled water outsold carbonated drinks last year. worries about the effect of sugary drinks and the safety of tap water spurred sales. the average american drank more than 39,000 bottles of water. secretary of state rex tillerson has recused himself from deliberations of transcanada's application to build the keystone xl pipeline. environmental groups have called on him the former ceo of exxonmobil to remove himself. the pipeline would carry oil from canada to the u.s. then president obama halted the project. president trump invited keystone to resubmit the application. and radioshack has filed for bankruptcy for the second year in a row. they are now trying to figure out what to do with their 1300 stores across the country. back to you. >> a lot of issues there. hena, someone's dream job may be waiting for them across the pond.
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>> reporter: yeah, looking for a new job? how about private secretary for the duchess of cambridge kate middleton? there's work involved. the job description includes organizing kate's events, making sure she well briefed on her engagements and who she is meeting with. the salary for the position has not been made public. her former secretary stepped down because she is getting married. back to you. >> thank you even if the salary is low i think a lot of people would apply for the job. >> hanging out at buckingham palace all day. >> yeah, exactly not a bad gig, right? have a great weekend. thanks for joining us. >> for sure. time now 5:40. a lot of people sneezing and coughing in the bay area. we'll tell you what's causing it after the break. >> and let's take a look live at 880 in oakland. for the most part, bay area roads are "friday light" out there but roqui will finds some problems for you. there are always problems on the roads. we'll be right back. ♪[ music ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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in just a few minutes. a san jose couple has decided - they won't be man and wife, until good friday morning. time check 5:43. this is our live weather camera looking out from the embarcadero towards the bright lights of oakland, the estuary and the port of oakland. currently we have temperatures in the 50s as you get ready to step on out the door. it's going to be a warm weekend ahead. i'll tell you which day this weekend will be the warmest. it's traffic and weather together in less than 4 minutes. a san jose couple has decided they won't be man and wife until they find their missing puppy theo. james and his fiancee are offering $3,500 for the dog they describe as a cute little ewok. this one-year-old brussels griffin has been gone since february 20. theo ran through the front door of his dog sitter's house by
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blossom hill and almaden roads. his owners have put up 800 posters and they often spend 12 hours a day looking for him. awww. >> cute little dog. >> he does look like an ewok. >> he does. he is a cutesie. they put their wedding plans on hold until he comes back and they did set up a tip line in case anyone has information and that number is right there on your screen. >> hope they find him. >> cute little dog. >> he is a cutie. all right. >> looked like a baby chewbaka. >> i would call him a little chewie. >> this was in san jose. >> san jose. got to be really careful. there's a lot of mountain lions out there. >> oh!! >> oh!! >> i'm so sorry! >> think positively. >> i just know what happens in the east bay. >> it happens. >> theo is out there. so anyone who has seen him, call that number. >> aww.
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let's keep the pets in the house. >> good advice. >> and roxy. >> thank you. don't forget roberta's baby. >> all right. [ laughter ] don't forget about traffic! okay. moving over to the golden gate bridge, if you are heading from marin county into san francisco, traffic smooth in both directions there. however, we have metering lights on tow bay bridge toll plaza. maze to downtown 15 minutes. slow traffic at the altamont pass 16 miles per hour coming out of tracy off 205. art, ace train, muni and caltrain on time. our live weather camera at 5:45 from the transamerica pyramid, visibility is unlimited. even though we have mostly cloudy skies out there, the bay waters are calm. and we can see the bright lights of the estuary and also
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the port of oakland. boy, no reports of any local airport delays. currently santa rosa and livermore 50. 53 san francisco. the 50s from the peninsula through the coast into the bay and well inland. dave our weather watcher in napa this morning says it is currently 50 degrees there. it's overcast. but it is a friday and it's not raining! tgif. that's for checking in with us, dave, well made that point. we have clouds streaming in off the coast all associated with an area of low pressure bringing some rain showers across the northwestern quadrant of the state of california. rain will remain well to the north. but we will be the recipient of a veil of high, thin clouds. not enough to mask the full sunshine. high pressure a huge dome is encompassing the entire state of california. we have a warmup not only here locally, but some inland temperatures by monday in the los angeles basin will top off in the 90s. we will have the clouds, no rain, three things to remember:
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70s today through the central valley for this big getaway friday. 60s from monterey bay through carmel. 75 redding through chico. 71, boy, gorgeous waterfalls in yosemite. and how about tahoe? 53 degrees south shore, north shore, same, spring-like conditions, mild on saturday. and it's time for your tahoe report. we do have 46 inches of new snow in the past 7 days. partly cloudy this weekend on the north shore. alpine meadows partly cloudy conditions. no chains needed for the weekend traveling to or home from the greater lake tahoe area. our numbers will span mid-60s beaches, 60s, 70s around the bay today. 70s around the peninsula including east palo alto into foster city also belmont and brisbane. 75 degrees in san jose.
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wow! even a little warmer than that in saratoga and in los gatos. 72 degrees in vallejo, benicia, martinez. then once you get further inland in the mid-70s. i'd count on 76, 77 degrees towards discovery bay. orwood, brentwood, mountain house, 76 in the santa rosa area. here's your extended forecast. again, outside number today, 77. same on saturday with the filtered sunshine. the abundance of sun or sunday and yes, i'm going there for the first time this year, 80 degrees inland. low 80s on monday. could see some record high temperatures. back into the 70s on tuesday. then a little more seasonal on wednesday, thursday. turn your clocks ahead one hour this weekend. party hard on saturday for the 166th annual st. patrick's day parade. stepping off on howard and 2nd street into the mid-60s. meanwhile, it's the first in a
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series of eight concerts for the "summer of love" 50 celebration. takes place this week outside city hall also valencia 24th street temperatures in the mid- 60s. enjoy your day and your sunny weekend. robe, thank you. so if you have been sneezing up a storm lately, you are not alone. the rain combined with clear skies and soaring temperatures cranked up the pollen count in the bay area. it's allergy season. grass, weeds and tree pollens are the most common causes. some people have a hard time telling the difference between that and a cold. one allergist says that colds usually come with a fever or body aches. >> typically colds will only last for a short period of time under a week of f it's localized to the respiratory tract, stuffy, sneezing, cause, wheezing, that's a sign it's an allergy. >> the doctor adds airborne
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allergist affect 40% of adults and 30% of kids. >> quiet in the movie theater could be a thing of the past. the new theater this has a playground inside. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo.
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additional one- billion dollars. th itional airbnb is off to a good year. the san francisco-based company just in raising an additional $1 billion on top of an additional $3 billion that it already raised from investors. the company is now valued at $31 billion. a report from cnbc says they became profitable in the 2nd quarter of 2016 and should be profitable this year. staples is closing dozens of stores across this country at million half billion dollars in the 4th quarter. they closed around 350 stores over the last five years. experts say that the drop in sales is likely because of all the competition online with companies like amazon. a company in southern california is adding playgrounds inside their movie theaters. the idea is to get more families back in theaters instead of watching movies at home. the auditoriums will have slides, climbing gyms and a merry-go-round. kids can play and run around for 20 minutes before the movie but must be quiet when it
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starts. the new theaters are making their debut in l.a. and san diego next week. >> good luck to that. that's a challenge. >> as long as it's not during the movie. >> behave. professional violinist will soon be playing the very instrument that was stolen from her teacher decades ago. >> after a year of delicate repairs, this rare stradivarius is ready to take center stage. mirra wang has only been practicing the stolen instrument for a month. it was taken from her instructor in 1980 when he was taking pictures with fans after a performance. the violin was built in 1734, one of just 500 made by stradivarius. it was recovered in 2015 when the alleged thief's ex-wife took it for an appraisal. >> the guy had obviously glued it himself. there was signs of super glue. >> like someone took your arm
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for fun and never returned it. >> wang says playing a new violin for only a month is like being a jockey hopping on an unfamiliar horse just before a race. what a story that violin has to tell. >> yeah. you know what, my mom made me play the violin when i was young. i did not like it but i knew from a very early age that those stradivariuses were very expensive. they're very, very rare. but hey, good for her. they got it back. >> it's like losing your arm. so -- for centuries, the ancient practice of yoga has helped people stay young and healthy. it's the key to longevity for one yoga instructor. tao porchon-lynch is 98. 98! the guinness book of world records declared her the oldest living yoga instructor in the world back in 2012. she learned yoga when she was a child in india. after three hip replacements she still teaches 7 classes a
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week and does ballroom dancing. >> it creates life. >> see her coming to the studio you never -- i don't think about her age. i just see her smile and her eyes that she is loved to dance. >> and she is good. tao says she will keep moving as long as she lives and continue to help people live a better healthier life. >> you always end the yoga practice with namaste. time now 5:56. in the next half hour, working to make repairs, how much the department of water resources says is costing each day to keep up with the work at the oroville dam. >> reporter: the freeway is back open, but the investigation continues. coming up, the latest on what went down on i-80 yesterday. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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now on kpix 5 news: caught in a hail of gunfire. bullets fly on a bay area most of the freeways right now, you think you're safe on freeway? you're not. >> now on kpix 5 news, caught
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in a hail of gunfire. bullets fly on a bay area freeway leaving a minivan with bullet holes. now an investigation is under way in what happened. good morning, it's friday, march 10. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. right now in the east bay, a couple is recovering from gunshot wounds after suspects fired into their minivan on i- 80. the gunmen started shooting near the san pablo avenue exit in richmond. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in richmond with the latest on the investigation. anne. >> reporter: well, three people were taken into custody shortly after that shooting yesterday so today we are waiting to find out about more possible criminal imagine. the good news for commuters i- 80 is reopened today. so it should all be clear sailing as this investigation continues. here's the minivan that police say was targeted yesterday. riddled with bullets on i-80 in richmond, its windows blown


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