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>> investigators now looking into whether stephen paddock had help carrying out his deadly massacre and are turning to his girlfriend for insight. >> plus, thousands of "dreamers" could lose protection as daca deadline arrives. the action local groups are urging governor jerry brown to take today. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, october 5th. i'm michelle griego. >> good morning, i'm kenny choi. let's start with traffic and weather. >> it's been a busy commute thursday morning. i had to think which day it was. >> it's thursday. >> yeah. it's been a busy week. we are tracking a new accident for anyone who travels across the bay bridge, this is actually on the skyway as you are exiting the bridge. right now, the harrison street off-ramp closed due to an accident with a big rig and another vehicle. emergency crews are on the scene. looks like they are now in the clearing stages of that because cars are starting to use that off-ramp there. so good news there. talk about accurate in your reports there. over at the bay bridge toll
plaza, we have a backup building because of the metering lights and traffic is getting slow on the approach along 580 approaching the maze as well as the eastshore freeway. 18 minutes from the maze into san francisco. delays in castro valley with a crash blocking a lane westbound 580 past 238. your average cruising speeds about 25 miles per hour. neda iranpour has the forecast. a tough trial across the golden gate bridge, the marine layer getting more shallow as the morning progresses. you can see the top of the bridge but not the road. it is a beautiful sight to see though early this morning. we are seeing a little bit of that fog but it's not strong enough to actually get pushed. the winds are not strong enough to get pushed further into. the bay bridge look at that nice and clear. so the marine layer is over the golden gate and that's it.
concord in the low 50s. oakland, as well. 49 degrees in livermore. san jose 51. santa rosa 40 right now. the marine layer is hovering at the coastline. we'll talk about the conditions for the rest of the day and for fleet flee coming up in just -- and for fleet week coming up in just a bit. investigators are hoping that the shooter's girlfriend can have hints as to why he did the las vegas shooting. some people think he didn't act alone. kpix 5's jackie ward is following the investigation under way. >> reporter: good morning. investigators in las vegas continue to comb through the life and hotel room of gunman stephen paddock trying to figure out why he did it sunday. clark county sheriff joseph lombardo says it's hard to imagine one man alone could stockpile so much weaponry. >> you got to make the assumption that he had to have some help at some point.
>> reporter: investigators are now hoping paddock's girlfriend can yield some answers. she came back to the u.s. from the philippines tuesday night and met with the fbi for hours of questioning. just before the shooting he sent her to her native country to visit family and wired her money. through her lawyer, danley insisted she thought this was his way of preparing for her a breakup. >> "it never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone." >> reporter: law enforcement said he stockpiled 47 guns since 1982 and bought 33 of them over the past year alone. the weekend before the shooting he rented a high-rise condo that overlooked a different music festival. at least 45 victims remain hospitalized in critical condition. 58 people were killed including three women with ties to the bay area. 32-year-old michelle vo was a san jose native working in pasadena. at the concert she befriended a man from ohio.
he was the last person to see her alive. >> that's something i'll live with probably every day of my life. she literally was right here. >> reporter: cody stayed by her side all night and made contact with michelle's family. san jose officials plan to hold a vigil for her and other victims at city hall at 7:30 tomorrow night. in the wake of the mass shooting, some top republicans may be open to stricter gun control. senators john cornyn, lindsey graham, orrin hatch and marco rubio said they would be open to considering legislation on bump stocks. senator dianne feinstein just introduced a bill to ban them altogether after introducing a similar bill years ago. there's currently no federal law banning bump stocks. however, they are already illegal in california. and ahead in our next half- hour a look at the help the state of california is
offering the shooting vic sometimes. a senate intelligencea senator says the issue of russian collusion is still open but added no vote counts were altered. >> we're back in 60 seconds. we are not in a position of a temporary finding until we have completed the process. >> he added sites like facebook, twitter and google didn't take the threat seriously during the election. facebook turned over more than 3,000 russia-linked ads this week. facebook says it has accepted house and senate intelligence committee's invitation to testify at hearings on alleged russian interference. those will be held next month. this morning, president trump tweeted, quote, why isn't the senate intel committee looking into the fake news networks in our country to see why so much of our news is just made up, fake? daca recipients are under pressure to renew their status by the end of the day.
>> in just a few hours, a local assembly member plans to push on governor brown to protect "dreamers" from the threat of deportation. kpix 5's anne makovec reports. >> reporter: assemblyman ash kalra is leading a rally here at san jose state calling on governor brown to sign a bill that's now on his desk that would add some protections for undocumented students. this all taking on new urgency today as that deadline looms for young illegal immigrants who are students to renew their work permits by the end of the day. that's before they start expiring on march 5 six months after today. now, assembly bill 21 is on the governor's desk. it would require all california universities and colleges to extend protections and resources to undocumented students, faculty and staff. we are talking financial aid and legal representation. last night, house minority leader nancy pelosi spoke
about "dreamers" in a town hall meeting. >> pelosi: our "dreamers," they make america dream again. they are so lovely and we frankly owe a debt to your parents for bringing you here to be such a brilliant part of our future, a constant invigoration of america. that's what newcomers are. >> reporter: another bill on the governor's desk here in california senate bill 29 which would essentially make california a sanctuary state. of course, advocates are calling for a federal solution which is still pending rather than this state by state option but in the meantime california is poised to make some moves to
protect its own. live in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. new details in the deadly freeway shootout that brought i-80 traffic to a standstill last week. 13 officers fired their guns at a homicide suspect in emeryville. he has been identified as demilo hodge of san leandro. police say that hodge shot at
officers and then they fired back killing him. investigators are still going through witness statements and evidence in the case. new video shows an armed robbery in danville. police are hoping someone will recognize the man seen here entering a walgreens and demanding medication from the pharmacy with a handgun. it happened last month at the store on san ramon valley boulevard. no cash was taken and no one was hurt. anyone with information is asked to call thedanville police department. el cerrito officials are going to regulate recreational marijuana. a draft plan was discussed last night. it would allow for a maximum of two dispensaries in
the city, both limited to retail sales of marijuana and related products. delivery drivers would have to use unmarked cars and growing marijuana commercially would be off limits in the city. city staff plan to present the final version of the ordinance on november 21st. a new dining and entertainment hub in dublin is
one step closer to reality. the city council voted to move forward with plans for the huge new shopping center. it would be called at dublin and would fit in some open space near 580 and tassajara road. city officials voted to start a general plan study on the development. final approval won't happen for months. parking your car in san francisco is about to get more complicated and in some cases more expensive. the municipal transportation agency is working on a new system that would allow rates at parking meeters to fluctuate depending on the spaces available in the area. under the demand responses system rates could go up to $8 an hour. how distracting are those technology systems in cars? a new study says extremely dangerous. i'll have the details coming up. >> and expect delays due to a hot spot we're tracking for drivers through walnut creek. southbound 680 at north main street we'll have the details coming up. clear skies out there for most of the bay area this
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trying to figure out the best way to get to working your eyes are off the road on that system. researchers from aaa had two dozen volunteers had 30 different vehicles test on residential roads measuring how much drivers were looking at the screen while making a call or sending a text or using the stereo or navigation system. they were distracted for more than 40 seconds. they say removing your eyes from the road for just 2 seconds can double the risk of a crash. >> some of of these systems take minutes to perform. >> reporter: researchers say voice command can also take the driver's attention off the road. now, aaa is sharing all of this information with automakers. they are hoping these companies change their navigation systems so that the most distracting features are locked while the scar in
motion. reporting live from the bay bridge, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. >> life was so much simpler before all of this technology. >> the technology that's supposed to make things easier complicates things are. >> there was distracted before this technology, makeup and eating in the car. >> but now you're adding this on to all of that. >> just drive responsibly. how's that? >> there you go lots of drivers on the road this morning. we are still seeing delays. along the eastshore freeway you will see lots of brake lights. we are starting to see that morning commute just get crowded about 25 minutes from highway 4 to the maze. and then once you get over to the toll plaza there, an additional 22 minutes into san francisco across the upper deck. if you are heading through walnut creek be prepared for slowdowns. nothing like yesterday. but we are getting reports of a structure fire in that area right near highway 24 and 680
so chp is providing traffic control along surface streets and 680 starting to see those delays right now as you make your way on down towards highway 24 there. travel times right now a little over 5 minutes so it usually takes about 4 minutes so it's not any significant backup. all lanes clear along westbound 580 near 238. an earlier accident still has traffic slow heading through castro valley. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. all right. i want to show you what it's like to actually drive over the golden gate bridge right now. this is what it looks like from the road level. but then check it out. when we go out to the wider shot from our sutro camera, you can see where that fog is right there where the cars are but above it, it's beautiful. look at the bridge. you can see it now. it looks like the shallow marine layer is starting to slowly which they are away. a big difference compare to an hour ago when the fog was higher up. concord now temperatures 52. oakland 50. livermore 49. so we are feeling brisk out
there this morning again. but we are seeing those clear skies for most of the bay area along the golden gate is all we're seeing as far as any marine layer goes. it's all hanging right there along the coast. the low that brought us winds on monday, tuesday is moving east. we'll see high pressure coming through and our temperatures will warm today. 70s and 80s. here's that seven-day forecast. by the time we get to the weekend, inland areas will feel pretty toasty. 94 degrees expected for some neighborhoods inland. along the bay the 80s and at the beaches, mid-70s. monday, tuesday, there will be a little bit of a disturbance
bringing us some strong winds and a cooldown. but let's talk about fleet week first. mostly sunny this weekend. so we are going to see those clear skies. temperatures will be in the mid-70s just in time for the blue angels show and hardly strictly bluegrass is happening this weekend, as well. so it should be just right for all those outdoor activities. one bay area school has been leading the way when it comes to broadcasting the daily news. harvest park middle school in pleasanton is this week's "cool school." every morning these students set up, coordinate and broadcast a live show before the first bell rings. >> i just really like being around sort of this environment. it's just high pressure but it's fun. >> october is bullying prevention month. >> it's completely kid-driven, kid-led. every morning they come in early. they set up. they run it. >> reporter: 28 students rush to tight scripts, create templates and meet deadlines and have 35 minutes before the
newscast goes on air. >> you have to make sure the cameras are switching, making sure that all the mics are working. >> sometimes we have had issues where the -- there's no input coming up so we have to, like, restart the computer. >> the opportunity in every difficulty. >> reporter: hptv has been airing in the classrooms for more than 2 decades now. it went from taped to live broadcast more than 10 years ago. >> much more real world giving them a chance to see what it's like to have to do something in the moment and do the best job that you can knowing that you can make mistakes but that it's going to work out in the end. >> i don't think people really understand it until they get in here and do it. so, like, as a sixth grader, 7th grader, just watching the broadcast and something messes up, like, the class is laughing but then you're in here, like, something messes up, like, no one is laughing, everyone is freaking out. >> reporter: getting the right information is no joke. >> you have to let the people know, like, what's going on so, like, in the school, like, maybe the worst thing that could happen is there was a school dance or club meeting
but in the real world there could be something huge going on. >> yeah. the students take turns in different roles throughout the year. they do get school credits since it's elective. they are there because they are passionate about broadcasting. >> you can tell that. it's really cool because usually we get this hands on experience in college. they are getting it in middle school. >> that's true. early on. and kind of like you. i think you said that you did some broadcasts really early on in your school days, too, right. >> in middle school. >> precocious one. >> i have been called many names. [ laughter ] what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we may feature your school on the thursday morning show. back to the national league an nfl quarterback is in hot water after making comments to a female reporter. and labanc was open in san jose for the sharks opener. but it was another player making a huge deposit. coming up. sail to experiences beyond belief.
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after a 19-year career with the sharks, patrick marleau signed with toronto in the off season and last night scored twice in his maple leaf debut. thornton still in san jose. kevin labanc was all over it against the flyers. his power play goal in the first tied the game at 2. he scored twice but was in the penalty box three times and that's where he was when wayne simmons tipped in the go-ahead goal for philadelphia. sem months had a hat trick in the 5-3 flyers win, simmons had a hat trick. randy johnson firing up the crowd. seventh of inning the pitcher archie bradley hit a two-run triple into the gap.
arizona wins 11-8. bradley is the first reliever in post- season history with a triple. the diamondbacks play the dodgers on friday. panthers quarterback cam newton set off a firestorm during his weekly press conference at after this exchange with a female reporter. >> seem to really embrace the physicality of his rout. >> that's funny to hear female talk about routs. like -- [ pause ] >> it's funny. >> the charlotte observer reporter jourdan rodrigue later said on twitter, her follow-up with newton went worse. and that he did not apologize. the nfl called them disrespectful. thursday night football, the patriots and the buccaneers right here on kpix 5. we'll see you after the game for the "5th quarter." i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great day. dennis, thanks. back to the national league wild card game for the play of the day. colorado at arizona. [ applause and cheers ] >> will it fall, no!
what a play! [ applause and cheers ] >> in center field. >> this is the diamondbacks aj pollack with the sliding catch helping arizona beat the rockies and advance in the post-season. ♪[ music ] as the deadline looms today for tens of thousands of daca recipients to renew their work permits, there's a couple of rallies planned today encouraging our governor to take action of his own. we'll explain next. >> plus, president trump returns to the white house from his trip to las vegas and is tweeting about his experiences this morning. we'll also hear from the family of a shooting victim who lives in novato.
[ yelling ] >> run, don't walk! run!!! go. go, everybody go! [ automatic gunfire ] a hail of bullets sending concert-goers running for their lives in this chilling new video from the mass shooting in las vegas. investigators are trying to find the motive and details about the killer's plan. >> you have to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point. >> at least 45 victims remain hospitalized in critical condition this morning. 58 people were killed in the attack. it is thursday, october 5th. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us now and tell us investigators have made a discovery into his plan. >> reporter: after a trip to las vegas to visit the site of the shooting, president trump is back in washington this morning. two hours ago, he tweeted, quote, so wonderful to be in las vegas yesterday and meet
with people from police to doctors to the victims themselves who i will never forget. las vegas police say their findings have produced a profile of someone they believe is -- was disturbed and dangerous. they say they found 50 pounds of explosives and 1600 rounds of ammunition in the car he parked at the mandalay bay hotel where he mounted his assault on thousands of concert-goers. authorities also say they suspect paddock may have had help. >> we know stephen paddock is a man who spent decades acquiring weapons and ammo living a secret life. it's trouble son that this individual was able to move this amount of gear into a hotel room unassisted. it's troublesome for the amount of stuff he had at both residents, um, unassisted. >> reporter: this morning authorities say stephen paddock left behind a note before killing himself. the contents of that note have not been released yet. what you're seeing is video of his girlfriend, as well. we're also hearing from the
parents of stacee etcheber this morning as they describe the gut-wrenching way they found their daughter and the moment when they reluctantly went to the morgue. >> we went into the office with the lady sat down she said describe her. he said she has long brown hair, she has this tattoo of this creature on her back from a storybook and, um, the lady put her pen down and said i'll be right back. she knew -- she knew. she went back and she came back with a picture of stacee. [ crying ] >> and it was just -- it's heart-wrenching. it was really, really heart- wrenching. >> reporter: a vigil was held in novato tuesday night for stacee. her friends promised her husband and their children that they would be a rock for the family. they kept saying, we choose love and are here for you. the "go fund me" page has been
set up for the family has already raised more than $187,000. michelle? >> jackie, thank you. victims of the shooting from california are being encouraged to seek help from the state. the california victim compensation board offers financial assistance to victims of violent crimes and their families. people who suffered trauma can be eligible for compensation for counseling services, medical and dental costs, expenses to cover funerals, burials, among other things. >> it's available to provide the kind of help that we know victims can use. and we wanted people to make application. >> last year the board received 52,000 applications and provided more than $53 million in compensation to crime victims. look for live team coverage on the mass shooting coming up on "cbs this morning." that's right after kpix 5 news at 7:00. time now 6:33. look at the traffic in dublin. a
gorgeous shot this morning of the bay bridge as the sun comes up. looks nice. >> very nice looking live cameras this morning. kind of obsessed with these cameras! there are some really good ones out there. we also have a full moon this morning so if anyone feels a little crazy, we can blame this. the harvest moon is what this one is on this october 5th. harvest moon named that because it's sobriety. a lot of farmers used light from the harvest moon to be able to go out and do their work out on the farm. so it's gorgeous out there from the mount vaca camera. giving you a live view of what's happening in the skies this morning. also want to show you what's happening right over the golden gate bridge. as we're starting to see that sun slowly rise, you can get a better idea of the low, low marine layer. it's not covering the road as much anymore. it was way up here just showing the very tops of the bridge but now you can see it withering away. byei'll talk about the highs coming up. love that golden gate
bridge shot there. right now, we are tracking some slowdowns -- i don't think you will love to see. but we have a lot of brake lights along interstate 80 this is the eastshore freeway right near ashby. right now it's about 34 minutes for drivers making their way from highway 4 to the bay bridge toll plaza. over at the maze there, an additional 30 minutes or so. 31 minutes making your way into san francisco. it's just a very crowded ride. everything is starting to pick up out there. if you are planning to use the richmond/san rafael bridge, we are starting to see a backup develop over at the toll plaza there. 13 minutes over to sir francis drake boulevard and that fog advisory in place still for drivers heading across the golden gate but it looks like conditions are starting to improve a bit. and we are tracking a new accident northbound 101 at oakland road. one lane blocked, traffic backing up towards highway 85. that is a check of your traffic. back to you. >> thank you. the oakland city council is set to review litigation brought by families of the ghost ship fire victims at an upcoming closed session meeting. 36 people were killed in the
warehouse fire last december during an electronic dance party. oakland, alameda county and pg&e have been named as defendants in the wrongful death and injury lawsuits. october 17th council meeting could determine monetary settlements in 15 different lawsuits. since milo yiannopoulos's first visit to uc-berkeley in february, free speech has been a hot topic of conversation at uc-berkeley. and now today, the university is hosting a symposium to mark the 53rd anniversary of the "free speech" movement. some of the speakers include carol christ, public policy professor and former labor secretary robert reich will deliver the keynote address. the dean of the graduate school of journalism will also discuss free speech in the age of social media. the event starts at 9:30 and will run until 6:30 this evening. president trump is dismissing reports of tensions within the west wing at a news conference secretary of state rex tillerson saying that he fully supports the president.
he has never considered resigning from his administration. for his part, the president said he has total confidence in tillerson after reports claim that tillerson called the president a moron. this morning president trump said he never threatened to resign. this is fake news put out by nbc news. low news, no verification from me. the house homeland security commission has given the go-ahead to a border bill that calls for $10 billion for a wall between the u.s. and mexico. yesterday's vote was 18-12 along party lines with republicans voting yes. it will next go to the full house of representatives for debate. today marks the deadline for daca recipients to renew their status. in just a few hours a local assembly member plans to demand that governor brown protect "dreamers" from the possibility of deportation. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san jose with the details. >> reporter: assemblyman ash kalra is holding a rally here
at san jose state to try to push the governor to sign that bill on his desk. at this point, almost 50,000 eligible students, eligible to renew their daca applications haven't done so as the deadline looms tonight. that's the deadline for young illegal immigrants who renew their work permits by the end of the day before they expire on march 5th six months from today's. assembly bill 21 is on the governor's desk. that's what today's rally is all about. it would require all california universities and colleges to extend protections and resources to undocumented students, faculty and staff. we are talking financial aid and legal representation. but daca protections alone leave plenty of worries for daca recipients. >> i am terrified! i'm terrified that a deal with trump would mean that even if it protects me and my sisters who also have daca would
enable trump's mass deportation agents to go after my family. >> pelosi: mm-hm. >> we need a solution and we need it soon. >> reporter: another bill right now on the governor's desk here in california, senate bill 29, which would make california a sanctuary state. of course, advocates are calling for a federal solution rather than a piecemeal state- by-state solution. so there's going to be a rally in support of that bill asking the governor to sign it later on today in san francisco. again, as for today's deadline for the daca renewals, you need to have your paperwork, application and a check for $495 into federal government office by the close of business today. live in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. another potential hurricane is brewing off the atlantic coast. tropical storm nate is developing off central america and forecasters say it could end up reaching the u.s. as a hurricane! neda is tracking this storm and we'll have more coming up.
all right. it's the last thing that the region needs as areas are just starting to recover from three major hurricanes. fema says that meals, bottled water and other supplies are now getting to hurricane survivors in puerto rico more efficiently. many parts of the u.s. territory still have no running water or power. an organization from alameda county is about to head to puerto rico bringing its own supplies. the group called defend puerto rico will bring vitamins and batteries as well as lanterns that can double as cell phone chargers. >> this is an opportunity for the bay area and the community of puerto ricans and supporters to get things into the direct hands of the people that need it most. >> the group will continue to accept donations today at the academy school in berkeley. this bridge damaged by winter storms is re-opening very soon. "skydrone5" flying over pfeiffer canyon bridge. just eight months ago. look at it now. caltrans has been working around the clock finishing years of work in just months.
the bridge opens friday the 13th by 5 p.m. 6:40. facing a delay. why you will have to wait longer than planned to ride on bart's new cars. >> plus, coldplay is taking the stage last night in santa clara but the city set a curfew and the concert lasted past it. the fines that will be levied on levi's stadium. >> the market just opened up. you can see the dow is up about 8 points. ♪[ music ]
reunion. the festival bartender who refused to leave a stranger's side, kept her conscious after she was shot in the stomach. >> plus david begnaud spent the last two weeks in puerto rico. he will share what he witnessed firsthand. >> bob schieffer joins us. his new book on how changes in the media affect how much and what we consume as news. all that plus the eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. we'll see you at 7:00. >> can't wait it hear what bob schieffer has to -- can't wait to hear what bob schieffer has to say. thank you. new features that come with cars may be dangerous if not happened with caution. jessica flores reports from oakland with more items to distract the distracted already. jessica. >> reporter: hey, good morning. kenny, we talk a lot about cell phones and we know how distracting those can be but if you are sitting in traffic like a lot of the folks behind me, you might be on your navigation system trying to figure out the best way to get to work and those built-in navigation systems and technology systems can be very distracting. a new study from aaa
spotlights how distracting they can be and could be extremely dangerous. now, researchers had two dozen volunteers test 30 different vehicles on a residential road. they measured how much drivers had to look at the screen and think what about what they were doing while calling, texting or using the stereo and navigation system. this study found drivers were visually distracted for more than 40 seconds when programming the navigation system or sending a text message. aaa says look away for two seconds doubles the risk of crash. >> the cars that use the screens and the touchpads are the ones that probably made me feel the most uncomfortable. >> reporter: researchers say voice command also takes the drivers' attention off the road. aaa is sharing this information with automakers and they are hoping these companies change their navigation systems so that the most distracting features are locked while the car is in
motion. jessica flores, kpix 5. the band coldplay violated santa clara's curfew past 10:00 last night. the controversy hit a boiling point last week with the 49ers president announcing a moratorium on weekday concerts saying silencing the music by 10 p.m. was not possible for concerts. coldplay didn't hit the stage until 9:00. the city denied its request to play for an hour past 10:00. >> my view on it is the local people deserve to be protected and therefore the band should come on stage earlier. >> the concert didn't end until around 11:00. the fine for violating the curfew is about $1,000. bart's fleet of the future won't be hitting the tracks until thanksgiving. the announcement by transit officials marks yet another delay of the new cars debutful technical issues have held stopped the fleet from carrying passengers. the problems range from glitches with air-conditioning to mechanical trouble with the friction brakes. the new cars have been undergoing months of testing at bart's hayward yard.
they were originally set to debut by the end of september. >> you want to get that fixed because you don't want to be stuck in a bart car on a hot day with no air-conditioning. >> that's right. let them get it all dialed in and then we'll have it released. >> fine. speaking of bart, that's looking good. we are on time, 59 trains in service. but we do have some delays to tell you about. muni has some delays on m oceanview line on 19th at randolph due to overheadline issues. they will be providing some bus shuttles and we also are dealing with residual delays along capitol corridor due to some problems between sacramento and davis. so if you are picking anyone up, that's what's going on if they are late. eastshore freeway, whoo, you're going to be late. this is a crowded ride this morning. 37 minutes from 4 to the maze. no reports of any accidents or stalls along this stretch. it's just a busy thursday morning. we are in the red, 31 minutes from the maze into san francisco across the bay bridge. foggy conditions for drivers making their way across the
golden gate bridge but it's beautiful out there. we'll take a quick moment to admire that. slow from hayward to foster city westbound direction in the red 27 minutes. we have speeds in the red with the exception of 580 between 205 and 680, 32 minutes in the yellow. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you. as fleet week continues, the blue angels take flight this afternoon practicing ahead of their weekend performances. their first official performance kicks off tomorrow at noon featuring stunt pilots and parachutes. more than 3,000 military personnel will be in the bay area for fleet week. and we want to share your fleet week photos. just tag us on facebook, twitter, instagram or snapchat. and neda is in the weather center tracking what you can expect heading out to fleet week. if you are taking a selfie with a sailor, light something very important. lighting will be just right for this weekend with all those sailors coming to town.
look at the forecast. 74 expected for saturday and sunday. mostly sunny conditions. the highs around the bay will be reaching the 80s. but when you're out there watching the blue angels, it should be very comfortable. hardly strictly bluegrass also happening this weekend. golden gate park. so sunny skies temperatures there in the low 70s expected for saturday, sunday. so a great weekend to get outside and check this out, mount vaca cam here's another view of that harvest moon before it goes bye-bye. look how bright it is. that's why it's called a harvest moon. no cloud cover except at the coast. so the bay bridge is clear. coit tower you can see it nice and clear but the marine layer did not get a chance to work its way past the golden gate. it's stuck there. that's why our temperatures are still chilly. santa rosa 40 degrees. san jose 51 right now. 49 in livermore. look what we can expect today. temperatures foggy at the golden gate and we are warming up nicely today into the
weekend. so warmer weather on the way. before we get a cooldown next monday, tuesday. here's that satellite-radar. you can see the clear skies on land. right off the coast though that's where that marine layer is just hovering. but the winds are not pushing it on to the land. so our low pressure that brought us strong winds monday, tuesday is now gone. and then high pressure will be coming on through which means our temperatures will be rising for the weekend. you will see it in that seven- day forecast. today temperatures will feel comfortable. low 80s. 75 oakland and 73 san francisco. by the weekend, mid-90s for inland areas. and look at this along the bay low oil. the beaches mid-70s. also want to show you what's going on with this tropical storm nate. it got upgraded because the winds are now 40 miles per hour. there is a hurricane watch in effect. and tropical storm warnings right now for honduras and nicaragua because it's making landfall there at 40 miles an
hour northwest. it may hit the southeastern portions of the united states. we'll keep an eye on it because by the weekend we could have the effects of tropical storm nate. ♪[ music ] as a federal deadline for undocumented immigrants looms today, there are new pushes for the state to do something to protect them. the latest next. >> plus, investigators interview the las vegas shooter's girlfriend. next, what she thinks is the real reason he sent her to the philippines. ah, dinner.
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increased urgency today where there's a deadline for young undocumented immigrants to renew their work permits before they start expiring on march 5. that's six months after today. now, assembly bill 21 would require all california universities and colleges to extend resources to undocumented students, faculties and staff, financial aid and legal representation. but daca protections alone still leave some worries for daca recipients who may be hesitant to sign up today worried that renewing their applications could expose their illegal family members. now, another bill on the governor's desk here in california senate bill 29 would essentially make california a sanctuary state. there's going to be a rally calling on him to sign that in san francisco at 11:00 this morning. so as these deadlines loom, the governor has tough decisions on his plate. live in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. time now 6:56. time for your "final 5".
investigators are struggling to come up with a motive for sunday's mass shooting in las vegas. the fbi interviewed the girlfriend of gunman stephen paddock. through her lawyer, she said she had no idea he was planning a massacre. she says she thought he was breaking up with her because he urged her to visit her family in the philippines a couple weeks ago and sent her $100,000 to buy a house. president trump is dismissing reports of tensions within the west wing. at a news conference secretary of state rex tillerson said that he fully supports the president and has never considered resigning from his administration. this morning, the president tweeted out: verification from me." the oakland city council is set to w litigation brought by families of the "ghost fire victims - at a closed-session meeting on >> the oakland city council is set to review litigation brought by families of the ghost ship warehouse fire victims. at a closed session meeting on october 17th. 36 people were killed in the warehouse fire last december. since milo yiannopoulos' first visit to uc-berkeley in february, free speech has been a hot topic of conversation on
the campus. now today the university is hosting a symposium to mark the 53rd anniversary of the free speech movement. bart's fleet of the future won't be hitting tracks until thanksgiving. the announcement by transit officials marks another delay of the new cars' debut. an accident on southbound 680 before 101. we are tracking a motorcycle crash with one lane blocked. your ride continues to be quite heavy heading northbound 101 from hellyer to san antonio avenue. 41 minutes. 880 past mowry we are seeing slowdowns due to an earlier accident. in the red, 45 minutes from 238 to 237. new crash in oakland near the coliseum in that northbound direction. so far, we are not seeing any significant traffic delays. but likely to get much slower as you are making your way out on the roads. neda. >> jaclyn, did you love this camera shot so much? i thought we would show it to you again. the marine layer is below
the golden gate bridge so not impacting drivers. but, wow, fascinating to watch it lower and lower throughout the morning. so from 5 a.m. to now, what a difference it has made. so it looks like roads are clear across the golden gate for now. and also, along the bay bridge, it's all nice and clear there as well as far as fog is concerned. look at our vacaville cam. we said good-bye to the harvest moon. it's pretty as we make room for the sunrise now. that's next. our temperatures are cool. low 50s. 40s for santa rosa and livermore. there's that marine layer. just off the coast. we are going to see sunshine today. all the way through the weekend. and winds are going to be calm. so it won't be too crazy out there. so it should be a good comfortable day warmer than average. >> nice weather for fleet week. >> yes. >> and we're ready for it. >> good-bye to the harvest moon but still look up because the blue angels will be practicing today. >> hello, blue angels! >> hello! >> good-bye! thanks for watching. [ laughter ] >> we'll be back. >> your next local update is 7:26. "cbs this morning" is next.
captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west, it is thursday, october 5, 2017. investigators now assume the las vegas gunman had some kind of help. they say he planned to escape after the massacre. but his motive is still unknown. >> the gunman's girlfriend says stephen paddock was a kind, caring, quiet man. republican congressman tim murphy plans to retire after reportedly urging his mistress to have an abortion by text. this morning, our series of american voices continues