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president trump is now highlighting a san quentin death row inmate as he boosts republican support of tuesday's elections. >> a dangerous chase through bay area cities. good morning, it is friday, november 2nd. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. it is 6:00 on the dot. let's head outside again take a look at the conditions outside. again, nice beautiful shot clear shot of the san francisco skyline. look at all the lights. i wonder how much it is to power up one of those buildings? >> a lot. >> a lot of money. ha ha! >> ain't cheap. >> it's so expensive to live here, right? >> one of the reasons. then you pay for the beauty. >> yes. >> thankful to be living here with our gorgeous weather, right? just beautiful with that sunshine hopefully you're enjoying it. a little cooler for today compared to yesterday. yesterday one of the warmer days that we have seen this year. well, a live look at the "salesforce tower" camera of coit tower and the bay under
mainly clear skies. temperatures are mild to cool this morning. 54 in concord. 60 concord. 51 livermore. 57 san francisco. 56 san jose. 47 santa rosa. so mainly clear, mild to cool, slightly cooler for today but still above average for this time of year. we'll see mostly sunny skies of a high fire danger late tonight into tomorrow night due to dry gusty offshore winds and temperatures heating up and low relative humidity values. a red flag warning in effect for the north and east bay hills for tomorrow. a ridge of high pressure has been keeping us high and dry but chance of rain next weekend. we'll see that on futurecast with the chance of rain coming up in just a few minutes. we are getting first reports of a trouble spot in the south bay. chp just reporting an accident
northbound guadalupe parkway 87, looks like it's involving several vehicles. no delays just yet so early through there. it's around capitol expressway in the center divide. we'll keep our eye on that. right now 8 minutes highway 85 to 101 north 87. but once that morning commute gets into full swing, we'll see things get busier there depending on how long it takes to clear the crash out of the road. the rest of the south bay early hot spot right now is northbound 101 as you work your way just north of that 280/680 connector. 22 minutes from hellyer to san antonio avenue. let's get an update on this trouble spot in fremont. north 880 just before mowry avenue, multi-car crash has two lanes blocked. you have delays back to auto mall parkway. once you get past that, though, there's no delay as you work your way north there into oakland towards the maze this morning. westbound 80 at carlson boulevard, we have had our eye on this trouble spot here. slow and go conditions but the good news, the crash at buchanan is cleared over to the shoulder. an emergency meeting is planned today in an effort to end a strike that has plagued some bay area hotels for weeks.
[ chanting ] >> the target, several hotels affiliated with marriott. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco this morning where the board of supervisors plans to meet today with some key players in the labor dispute. anne. >> reporter: workers picketing here in front of the marriott marquee in san francisco are planning to march to city hall in advance of this afternoon's emergency meeting. the mayors of both oakland and san francisco have written a letter to the ceo of marriott inviting this person to come to the emergency meeting today saying in part, employees need to be heard and respected, and to earn a fair share of the value they help create. the strike has been going on since mid-october. workers trying to pressure marriott to provide better job security and higher wages. as well as better healthcare.
>> there are months that the hotel is busy. they have big groups, big conventions. so that's really good. but with the hotel, there is no work for me, i stay home. so that's how -- >> you don't make the tips. >> i don't make tips. i don't make salary. yeah. >> reporter: now, the strikes at bay area marriotts are part of a larger walkout that includes eight u.s. cities. marriott says it has been negotiating in good faith and at this point the ceo says he is not planning on going to the board of supervisors meeting, which starts at 12:30 this afternoon. he believes the unions are taking advantage of an extraordinary number of expiring contracts and the ceo says they are asking for unprecedented changes. the ceo won't be at the board of supervisors meeting. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. president trump is using a death row inmate at sue kwon to stoke fear of san quentin. he compared members of a
migrant caravan making its way to the u.s. to an illegal immigrant who killed two deputies in sacramento in 2014. the video blamed democrats for his presence. the immigrant was deported under president clinton and president bush. he has been back in the u.s. since at least 2002. the president says his administration is finalizing an executive action to limit asylum claims. he will ban asylum seekers from entering the u.s. illegally, they have to come in legally. under u.s. and international law, immigrants can make a claim for asylum no matter how they enter. in recent weeks, the president has been making immigration the hot topic ahead of the midterms and said he will eliminate birthright citizenship and promised to deploy up to 15,000 troops to stop the illegal immigrants caravans. he will campaign in west
virginia and indiana today. and we are just days in the midterms we have the latest information on state and local races. go to kpix.com/election. then on election night, we have you covered! our reporters will be live covering the bay area's hottest races and our team will be here to break it all down. watch live team coverage starting at 8 p.m. tuesday on kpix.com. today governor brown is hitting the campaign trail in the bay area for the first time leading up to the midterm elections. kpix 5's jackie ward reports. >> reporter: the governor is against prop 6. it's the measure that wants to get rid of the gas tax that he put in place back in the spring of 2017. so that gas tax has raised prices of gas per gallon by about 12 cents, for diesel by about 20 cents. it raises $5 billion a year for transportation projects across the state to fix bridges and streets as well as other projects. it raises gas by 12 cents a
gallon and 20 cents for diesel. california already has almost a dollar more per gallon than the national average. aaa says we pay $3.80 a gallon when the rest of the country pays only $2.90. there's been controversy surrounding the ballot language on prop 6 because it doesn't even have the questions tax or repeal in the prop 6 question. >> a lot of times people will like things in concept and then they read the ballot title and language and they think, that's not something that i'm ready to vote for. >> reporter: a recent poll found that when asked about the gas tax, 58% said yes to repealing the tax. 29% opposed. but when another poll read the official ballot statement that points out the loss of transportation money, support for the repeal plummeted. 41% say yes, 48% say no to repeal. so we'll be hearing from governor brown himself later on at an event somewhere in the bay area this morning. in palo alto, jackie ward, kpix 5.
a suspect is in custody after a gun battle and high- speed chase across several bay area cities. it started around 1 p.m. yesterday when vallejo officers got a tip about an armed man parked outside a home. police chased him to oakland at times reaching speeds of 120 miles an hour. >> vehicle he's a toyota 4runner is a toyota 4runner, uzi, handguns, full body armor. >> you can hear dispatchers warning responding units about the suspect carrying assault weapons and body armor. police say at one point during the chase, he started shooting at officers. officers returned fire and the suspect crashed. his condition is unknown at this time. one officer had minor injuries. it's unclear when exactly police opened fire or whether the suspect was still in his
suv. oakland police are taking over the criminal investigation while vallejo police will conduct an internal probe. the oldest victim of the shooting at a pennsylvania synagogue will be laid to rest today. 97-year-old rose mallinger was among 11 victims gunned down in the deadliest attack on jews in the u.s. in history. the suspect pled not guilty to federal charges. it could result in the death sentence. time now 6:09. a popular bay area tradition will not go on as usual today over concerns about the potential for violence. [ yelling and cursing ] in a >> a man who lost control in court. >> high fire danger this weekend with a red flag warning in effect. i'll let you know how high the winds will get as we head
through the weekend, also some changes. we are tracking a weather system that could bring the rain. i'll have details on that coming up. >> and your 580 commute through the altamont passust got busier. we'll have more coming up. proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. saving people money on car insurance. good morning. we made it to friday. here's a live look at the bay bridge under mainly clear skies this morning. we have a high fire danger. we'll talk about the red flag warning for this weekend. also, looking ahead i'll show you futurecast and the next chance of rain next weekend coming up. new this morning, police in southern california have arrested a man suspected of a string of burglaries and now they are looking into whether
he may be involved in the killing of a uc-berkeley grad at malibu creek state park. [ yelling and cursing ] >> you don't have a right to speak. >> i do have a [muted] to speak. i'm not going to cooperate with the public defender's office anymore. >> that's the voice of the suspects, anthony rhoda during a profanity-laced outburst in court yesterday. he was carrying a rifle when he was arrested in the park. there have been 7 shootings in the park since 2016. he potentially could fade murder charges in the investigation links him to the death of 35-year-old -- if the investigation links him to the death of a 35-year-old person. he was shot in june as he camped with his two daughters in malibu creek state park. the first friday event in oakland was canceled after a shooting in october.
six people were hurt while the shooting was not on event grounds organizers taking safety very seriously. it will take place again next month. oakland is testing out a new program to reward top drivers with perks like extra pay and free online education. the more rides they give, the higher the they will rank. passenger ratings are also factored in. all right. it is 6:15. let's check on traffic. i heard you earlier say "friday light." we'll see how long it lasts. >> but i'll help you get around the messes on the freeways now. we are getting first report of a crash on 580 this morning. busy from tracy, westbound 80 to the dublin interchange, you can see in our live shot here where 580 connected to 680, you have lots of company into pleasanton this morning. that crash is stof there.
it is eastbound so the non- commute direction. that's the good news. right at north flynn road. the bad news is though it is at least blocking one lane and it's a big rig involved so that could take time to clear. your east bay drive times light, 11 minutes from first street to 205. but on that flip side westbound 580, you are stop and go out of tracy. you're going to see delays to grant line. you might see a few delays passing that crash as well on that westbound side for spectator slowing. 29 minutes from 205 as you work your way towards 680. we had a crash just before mowry all lanes have now been opened so a much better ride as you work your way out of fremont this morning. we are seeing a bit of a backup 880 at paseo grande. so business as usual through there at least on 238 to decoto road on that southbound side. that's about 15 minutes so pretty typical for your morning commute. also some good news to report. un80 at buchanan, this crash also completely cleared off the freeway. the damage is done.
you are still stop and go a lot of brake lights out of richard as you work your way into albany and slow off 580. let's check your forecast. here's mary. thanks. happy friday to you. a live look from the "salesforce tower" camera under a mainly clear sky out there across the bay. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. mealed to cool conditions, mainly clear skies this -- mild to cool conditions, mainly clear skies this morning. we are talking about above average temperatures for this time of year. a red flag warning in effect for the weekend with high fire danger. the warning is from 1 a.m. saturday to 6 a.m. sunday due to dry gusty offshore winds. that's above 1,000 feet gusts
up to 60 miles an hour especially on the highest peaks. very low relative humidity down to the single digits. so very dry. critical fire weather conditions for the weekend. watching that very closely for you. that ridge of high pressure, boy, it is not moving at all. so we'll stay dry over the next several days. futurecast takes you through the next24 hours stopping at 11 a.m. you can see some clouds out there. but as we head through the rest of the afternoon, that sunshine for all of us for the bay, inland, as well as along the coast and plenty of sunshine and really warming up for tomorrow. now, i got excited about this. this is futurecast taking you through the next 10 days. our next chance for rain -- our next weather system could bring some rain for next weekend. i know that's a while away. but our weather models do indicate that. the longer range weather models. now, just for the pacific northwest, they have been seeing storm after storm through oregon. it may come to the bay area
next weekend. it's been a while, since early october since we have seen raise. -- since we have been seen rain. daytime highs cooler than yesterday but still above average. 60s through 80s for the area today. cooler beginning on tuesday through thursday and we "fall back" sunday, sunrise at 6:38. sunset at 5:07. here's dennis for a look at sports. it was a historical night for the 49ers' best kept secret.
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two stories came out of one game last night at levi's stadium. nick mullens had the highest pass rating by a quarterback in his first start since the nfl, afl merger in 1970. the second story? raiders might be the worst team in the nfl. before the game, mullens wasn't even verified on twitter. right now he has about 23,000 followers. why? because he did stuff like this. opening drive to a wide-open garcon, 7-3, 49ers and, of course, he kept the ball. second drive he threaded the needle to bourn a 13-yard drive. the raiders were awful! derek carr had no time to throw the football. the offensive line allowed 7 sacks.
if oakland wanted to win, it didn't show. mullens with the third touchdown pass of the game. 24-3. mullens 16 of 22, a rating of 151.9. next possession, moser, you know, he doesn't even have to wash his uniform for next week's game. this was an embarrassing blowout, 34-3. oakland drops to 1-7. 49ers get their second win of the year. >> we're just keeping our secret weapons, you know, ready to go. nick has prepared for a long time and deserves this and i was happy he got the result. >> how did you sleep? >> i slept good except i woke up about every hour. but those hour periods are great. >> we have to find a way to start games better. we have to eliminate the big plays, stop the runs somehow. we have to stop the bleeding. >> just didn't get no breaks. didn't really have no big plays. didn't get no turnovers. um, and they literally just came on and just beat us to a
pulp really. >> that's the story. nick mullens killed us. >> who is nick mullens? >> he is the man. what you mean? he has been doing it every time he steps on the field. he does this stuff, man. >> the puck, not exactly bouncing the sharks' way these days. tied at one with columbus. the puck deflects off anthony's skate. that was a go-ahead goal. jackets win 4-1. san jose has lost three of the last four games. again, the big story, nick mullens, brilliant show for 49ers last night at quarterback. i'd be stunned if he is not the starting quarterback when the 49ers play the new york giants next week. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. play of the day from the nba denver taking on cleveland.
larry nance finishing strong with the jam but in the end they lost to the nuggets 110- 91. 6:26. the 49ers put on a show at levi's stadium last night. but it was a cheerleader who stole the spotlight. and just four days before the election, governor jerry brown is trying to persuade voters to vote against proposition 6. that's the measure that would get rid of the gas tax. t, it continues toy paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off
...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first.
proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. we're hearing from a bay area political candidate who has become the target of possible hate crimes. >> and new video showing just how ugly things got in the stands during the battle of
the bay. good morning, it is friday, november 2nd. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. we have breaking news. there have been several earthquakes in the past few minutes in san benito county. according to usgs, a magnitude 4.0 as well as a 3.8, 3.2 and a 3.0 earthquake. no report of damage or injuries. >> first, the beautiful golden gate bridge there. you can see the beautiful international orange and a lot of those cars heading over the bridge. >> the weekend is almost here and an extra hour of sleep. >> remember to turn back the clocks one hour on saturday night. >> the kids hate it because
they have to come in earlier now because it gets dark earlier. >> we'll take it. >> we love it! >> yeah. >> hopefully you love our weather. temperatures cooler than yesterday. still above average for this time of year and plenty of sunshine. this is looking south. you can see the bay and clear skies. temperatures in the 50s and 40s in spots. so a mild to cool start to the day. there morning's weather headlines, cool, mainly clear skies, above average temperatures. i want to talk about the weekend because we have a high fire danger with red flag warning in effect. so offshore winds, gusty kinds, low humidity. and it is going to be quite warm for saturday. for our futurecast, we have that ridge of high pressure
that is in control for us but looking well ahead, we are talking 7 to 10 days out on futurecast. i'm going to show you this because we're tracking our next weather system. that could possibly bring some rain. i'll show you this on futurecast coming up in just a few minutes. let's head to the south bay right now as expected we are starting to see some delays along 87. guadalupe parkway, an accident involving a big rig and several other vehicles. it's in the center divide. but we are seeing some slow and go conditions as we approach the scene. lots of activity there also on scene so we are seeing some slight spectator slowing on the southbound side, as well. northbound 87 from 85 to 101, 10 minutes past the crash you're clear all the way if you are connecting on to 101. 101 itself northbound out of the south bay, you have slow and go conditions from yerba buena, stays sluggish all the way to at least 880. that's typical for this time of the morning. also, your usual slow and go conditions northbound 101 out of morgan hill.
so tennant and cochran about 10 minutes for your drive time. over to the altamont pass, still slow as you work your way from 205 to 680 to grant line. 33 minutes. we have the crash on the eastbound side at north flynn road non-commute direction but a big backup behind it. one lane is blocked while they clear this out. we are just four days out from the election and today governor brown is hitting the campaign trail to try to sway voters against prop 6. it's a measure that would get rid of a gas tax he approved last year. kpix 5's jackie ward is in palo alto with more. >> reporter: michelle, he approved this tax because it generates more than $5 billion every year to be used for transportation projects. so it helps fund like our 6500 state bridges and our roads. but gas is closing in on $4 a gallon here in california. it will be interesting to see what happens with the voters.
aaa says that the national gas average is $2.90. in california, it's closer to $3.80. so there's been a little bit of controversy surrounding how the measure is worded on the ballot. those for prop 6 say the language is misleading while those against prop 6 say it's just fine. >> if the original ballot title said gas tax repeal, voters are confused. >> sometimes the truth hurts. >> reporter: this ballot measure may play a role in the gubernatorial race, as well. republican john cox has been helping lead the charge in support of prop 6 to repeal the gas tax saying the roads need to be fixed but the state has enough money already to do it. gavin newsom points to the fact that 27 other states have followed california's lead and raised their gas tax to fix roads. he is in against repealing the gas tax. governor brown will talk about it this morning. he opposes prop 6. jackie
ward, kpix 5. a 49ers cheerleader is creating national controversy for kneeling during the national anthem before last night's game against the raiders in santa clara. it was not seen on the live national broadcast. but lenny harrold who attended the game took this photo and posted it online. >> i can't even use my phone at this point, like, getting so many retweets and replies. some people think she is awesome and other people think she should be fired. >> the cheerleaders' action came more than two years after then 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick started similar protests. the 49ers won the game which is likely the last meeting between the two teams before the raiders go to las vegas. sadly, it wouldn't be the last battle of the bay without raiders fans and 9ers fans brawling in the stands. this twitter video you can see several rival fans getting into fights. [ screaming ]
>> and this new video showing a 9ers fan slugging another fan leaving him bloodied. it happened a few rows from the field. despite stepped up security, some people still behaved very badly last night. about 400 law enforcement officers were on patrol in uniform and undercover last night. at a typical 9ers game, there's about 100 at the stadium. an emergency meeting is planned today to end an ongoing strike against some bay area hotels. [ chanting ] >> the strike affected several hotels affiliated with marriott. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san francisco where the board of supervisors plans to meet this afternoon. anne. >> reporter: and these picketers plan to march to city hall this afternoon to meet the mayor. they are here right now in front of the marriott marquis on mission in san francisco.
they are planning that big march to city hall as well as the picketers in front of other several local marriott hotels later on today. in the meantime, the mayors of oakland and san francisco have written a letter to marriott's ceo urging an end to this strike saying in part: the strike has been going on since early october. workers trying to pressure marriott to provide better healthcare, job security and higher wages. >> we're not asking for a lot. what we are asking to them is just to -- the cost of benefits -- [ not understandable ] >> reporter: the strikes here in san francisco part of a larger walkout that includes at this point at least 8 u.s. cities. now, marriott's ceo was invited to this meeting this afternoon of the san francisco board of supervisors and declined. he says marriott has been negotiating in good faith,
that it's the unions that are trying to take things too far. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. vandals have been attacking an oakland city council candidate's campaign signs with days to go before the election. messages of hate were spray- painted on some of joseph tanios' signs. tanios says he started to worry for his family's sake and called police when messages of hate kept appearing this week. >> very concerned. i watch my back. um, i check on my kids more often. >> tanios says he doesn't know why he would be targeted or who might be behind this. in less than half-hour, the man charged with sending package bombs to prominent democrats is due in court. prosecutors are asking the judge it deny bail to cesar sayoc today. he is charged with five federal crimes for allegedly sending more than a dozen mail
bombs. the recipients included kamala harris and tom steyer. today's hearing in miami will also address when sayoc should be moved to new york to face prosecution. time now 6:39. some bay area residents are up in arms over their new neighbors. why uber's new bike sharing facility has been so upset. >> and the major milestone this morning in the use of cannabis for medical treatment.
california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
time high last year according to a new report by the u.s. dea. they name heroin and fentanyl as the biggest drug threats to the united states. the report shows that more than 72,000 americans died last year from drug overdoses. a little over 48,000 of those deaths were from opioids. in a move that's taken years of research and advocacy, the fda has approved a prescription drug made from cannabis. it was approved to treat seizures associated with two rare forms of epilepsy that begin in childhood. the drug is made from a marijuana component that doesn't get people high. on average, it was able to reduce convulsive seizures by 25 to 28% and the drug is available in all 50 states with a prescription. strong numbers this morning in the latest jobs report while apple earnings causing some concern. >> joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning.
>> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, kenny. the job market continues to look solid. the labor department reported a much stronger than expected gain of 250,000 jobs in october. the unemployment rate staying steady at 3.7%. that's a 49 year low. and in big news for workers, it was the strongest annual wage growth in nine years up 3.1%. that's also something that the feds will pay strong attention to as wage growth is a key inflationary factor and this likely keeps the fed on the pace of gradual rate hikes. the market is expect a fourth in 2018 in december. apple reported big numbers in the recent quarter. revenue close to $63 billion profit with more than 14 billion. for investors it's about the future. apple's current quarter forecast which is critical given that it's the holiday shopping season, came in softer than expected. then in a bombshell during its earnings call, apple announced
it will no longer provide unit figures for the iphone, ipad and mac. those are key metrics for investors and they don't like that kind of uncertainty. as a result, apple stock is down by 4% in the early going. market overall though is rallying higher for the fourth straight day. there's some optimism on reports that president trump wants to reach a trade deal with china. the dow is up by over 190 points. nasdaq is up 30. the s&p up by 15 points. michelle and kenny, back to you. >> a little bit of consistency for the dow in the last four days. thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning," bianna golodryga joins us from new york. >> good morning. happy friday. ahead on "cbs this morning" we'll begin as always with the eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. plus, ahead of tuesday's midterm elections, president trump promises to stop immigrants from falsely claiming asylum. ed o'keefe discusses the
system and whether it's compatible with white house plans. and how criminals trick those to steal their money online and the red flags to watch out. tom hanks stars as mr. rogers. he tells gayle were he look to the beloved tv star for inspiration. all that and more coming up. we'll see you at 7:00 . have a great weekend. >> and my two favorites, tom hanks and mr. rogers. awesome. >> and gayle! >> oh, and gayle. of course. yeah. she is. my bff. tell her id , ve a great weekend. >> i will. 6:46. san francisco may have embraced the idea of bike sharing. but a building near green and octavia used to be an auto body repair shop that had a special permit to operate in a residential zone. but about a month ago uber opened this 24-hour bicycle
repair and recharge facility for its jump electric bike sharing business. >> with the garage door up, the trucks going in, the bikes going off, a lot of noise and talk. >> it's awful. the neighbors are surprised nobody was contacted on the street about this kind of use. >> the planning commission says the 24-hour bicycle shop does not qualify under the previous tenants' use permit. uber plans to cease nighttimes operatio. so far they have not. it is 6:47. morning rush is on. what do they need to know? >> it is truly in full effect and busy. we have a couple of things on the eastshore freeway, on 880, and we have some mass transit delays. bart is on time. that's the good news. if you want to skip the roads, you can use bart instead. if you typically use the capitol corridor it' mihind schule. to the central freeway into san
francisco, you have are on. no accidents just extra busy out of oakland into san francisco. in fact, here's a live look from one of our cameras where you can see traffic bunching up at the maze. that's for 580, 880 and 80 connection. eastshore freeway highway 4 to the maze 27 minutes. south 880 at marina boulevard this just reported from chp. a crash blocking at least one lane. slow through there. busy in the north bay through san leandro. out to 101, petaluma boulevard south on-ramp to south 101 a crash on the shoulder with delays southbound. a little slow from petaluma boulevard north to kastania taking nine minutes. just south of there, we have reports of a second accident. this one is on the main lines of the freeway. two cars involved. south 101 at atherton avenue. if you want to hop on to the richmond/san rafael bridge, traffic is clear in both directions. if you are rushing to get
ready for work or school, take a moment to turn to your tv screen because this is just spectacular. temperatures in the 50s and in the 40s this morning. mild start to the day, mainly clear skies. as we head through the afternoon, plenty of sunshine slightly cooler than yesterday. but still above average for this time of year. and also a high fire danger as we head through the weekend with the red flag warning in effect for the north bay and east bay hills from 1:00 a.m. s sunday. we're talking above 1,000 feet, gusty winds 50 to 60 miles per hour for those highest peaks. very low humidity.
is critical firecritical fire weather conditions. we'll be dry until next weekend. futurecast through the next 24 hours. through the rest of the afternoon, plenty of sunshine for all of us across the bay area there. and then as we head through saturday, plenty of sunshine and definitely warmer so saturday will be the warmest day of the weekend. so i'm that excited about this. this is futurecast taking you through the next 10 days. it's a while away, well into the future here. but we are tracking our next weather system that could bring the rain for next weekend. you can see for the pacific northwest, they have seeing storm after storm down through oregon but check it out down through the bay area there is c again, that's next weekend. a while away. but hopefully, the weather models will come into agreement there and we could
see some rain at least 10 days, seven days out there. but for the short term, looking at dry sunny conditions. 60s and 70s and 80s in the area for highs today. here's your extended forecast. cooler but still warm on monday, warmer monday, then cooling down tuesday through thursday. chance of rain next weekend. time now 6:51. a dangerous high-speed chase through multiple bay area cities ends in a gun battle between police and the suspect. >> and let's get another live look outside. we'll be right back. proposition 11 solves two issues.
first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. so we've got this wildland urban interface area. we all love our parks and the best way to keep them healthy is to come in and manage them. hi my name is eileen theile. i'm acting fire chief for east bay regional park district's fire department. what keeps me up at night is that people have a short memory. they'll forget the oakland hills firestorm that happened in 1991. we lost well over 2000 homes, 26 people lost their lives, we really need to stay vigilant especially with climate change. this area, california, is a fire prone landscape. the one thing that we can control is the fuels. east bay regional regional park district partners with pg&e to annually thin or remove more than 1000 acres of hazardous vegetation. pg&e is accelerating its wildfire risk reduction program,
pruning around overhead electrical lines, reducing the fuel loads underneath those electrical lines to help reduce the spread of wildfire. what we're really doing is making the property that's adjacent to their homes safer. pg&e, east bay regional park district,and our communities, we're all in this together to keep people safe.
vote yes on 11. "so that they can respond immediately when needed." big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. you only have one chance to make a first impression. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents, but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us. -whoa! the club is rockin'! i'm anne makovec life in san francisco, where an emergency meeting will take place at city hall to try to
stop this ongoing strike outside of marriott hotels. they are continuing to picket at several local marriotts as the mayor of san francisco and oakland wrote a letter to the ceo of marriott saying in part we strongly support the unite here members, that's the union, who are on strike and urge you to move quickly toward a satisfiry resolution to negotiations with your employees. the strike has been going on since early october. workers trying to pressure marriott to provide better healthcare, job security and higher wages. >> we're up for anything. i mean, this process has already gone a little too far now. it's already going on the fourth week. >> yeah. are you getting exhausted? >> it's -- it's getting tiresome. but you know, we're here. we are going to struggle and stick to it. >> reporter: the strike at bay area marriotts are part of a larger walkout that includes at least 8 u.s. cities. the marriott ceo was invited to the meeting at city hall and declined. live in san francisco, anne
makovec, kpix 5. 6:56. time for your "final 5." a suspect is in custody today after a gun battle with police and a high-speed chase spanning several bay area cities. it happened around 1:00 yesterday afternoon. vallejo officers say they chased a heavily armed man to oakland and at some point exchanged gunfire. the suspect crashed into a building and was taken away on a stretcher. his condition is unknown. today governor brown is hitting the campaign trail in the bay area for the first time leading up to the midterm elections. his goal, to sway voters against proposition 6, that would get rid of the gas tax. he approved it last year. president trump is focused on immigration as part of his final push to turn out republicans on tuesday for the election. he says he is finalizing a plan that would require anyone seeking asylum to present himself at a legal port of entry instead of illegally along the border. a man is due in federal
court today. cesar sayoc is facing federal charges in today's hearing in miami. it will address when he should be moved to new york to service victim of a shooting victim. she was among 11 victims killed in a deadly attack. and we are starting to see the roads stack up right now along the nimitz freeway northbound business ride is as you work your way past the coliseum. 22 minutes from 238 to the macarthur maze an extra 7 minutes to go there. now south of there we have a crash south 880 at marina boulevard. it is still blocking at least one lane. taking a look at your drive along the eastshore freeway, westbound stays busy 26 minutes highway 4 to the macarthur maze. you're backed up well at the maze with the metering lights on. 39 minutes from oakland to san francisco. san mateo bridge also starting to get busy. we are seeing 22 minutes right
now for your drive time from 880 to 101. 101 is clear on the peninsula. a stunning sunrise from the "salesforce tower" camera looking south. cooler temperatures today but still above average. 60s to 80s today. here's your extended forecast. warmer through saturday, then cooling down through thursday. chance of rain next weekend. the red flag warning in effect for the north bay an east bay hills for tomorrow. >> thank you. >> don't forget to set your clocks back an hour on saturday night. >> get that extra hour of p. anwatching "kpix 5 news this morning."
hope you're off to a great start. make it a fantastic friday. you can do it! the weekend is almost here. ♪[ music ] good morning to our viewers in the west. it's friday, november 2nd, 2018. welcome to "cbs this morning." a frantic final weekend as the midterm elections campaigning begins today. we're in georgia where democrats hope to make history. we'll talk to republican strategist dan senor about the president's singular focus on immigration and the southern border. >> a series of deadly school bus stop accidents this week raises new calls for federal regulation. see how distracted drivers are endangering students and what could be done to make kids get to school safer. >> tom hank, who's playing mr. rogers in an upcoming movie, talks about his broken heart after the tragedy in mr. rogers real-life pittsburgh neigor
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