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we are live. a sinking ship that you need to abandon. >> a vote to remove a local school board president turns into a late night rant. the fiery meeting stretching into the morning. a bay area mayor teaming up with a police department. the new plan to crackdown on organized retail crime. why some neighbors in contra costa might want to keep an extra close eye on their pets this morning. good morning. it is thursday september 23. i am gianna franco. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we are warming up before we head into the weekend. >> that heat will not be sticking around long. >> we will cool it down. it's been up and down and all over the place with our temperatures. we will warm back up as we head into today. especially inland, we are talking 80s and 90s.
88 san jose, 93 napa valley. around the bay, a milder day in mid to upper san frkland. peninsula, mid 80s and upper 60s along the coast. offshore winds, bringing more haze to the bay area but moderate air quality as we head through our day today. as we look to tomorrow, we are looking at temperatures still on the hot side and then cooling down as we look to the weekend. i'll have more on that coming up. so far so good if you are heading out taking the bay bridge. no major delays or issues. if you are up early, at least there is not a lot of traffic to deal with. it looks pretty clear on our live shot, no metering lights, easy ride into san francisco. into altamont pass, we have brake lights building coming away from the 205 connector. past north flynn things look
better towards dublin interchange. 580, 680 connector, so far so good at least when you pass the portion through livermore valley, extra volume but no major brake lights. travel time is about 34 minutes. definitely busier as you head from the 205 connector. no delays at the san mateo bridge, 12 minutes between 880 and 101. new, hundreds of eligible students in the east bay will have to get their covid shots before coming to class. >> the mandate was voted on just before midnight by oakland unified school board. justin andrews is live in oakland with all the details on that new man date. justin. >> reporter: good morning. this is the first bay area school district to implement such a policy. it will impact a lot of students. looming discussions in other bay area school districts means it might not be the last. this is something they have been talking about for a while and last night, a late night decision came down and mandated
students 12 and older to be fully vaccinated. only exceptions are medical or personal belief reasons. i want to be clear with you. the district has not worked out a time line or implementation plan, so this is not effective immediately. the board still wants to iron out details before it lays out everything by the end of next month and then go from there. it is also important to note this morning that this mandate for students does not allow testing as alternative to the vaccination mandate. meanwhile, there are testing concerns as a whole though from the oakland education association. teachers believe testing in the district needs to be more widespread because there are only ten on site locations offered right now. >> we think that the district has the funds to make weekly testing happen now at every school site to keep things as safe as possible for students, staff, families. >> at my school we have had over 30 positive covid cases. the more cases you have right
now, the more testing you get. but we need testing to be consistent. >> reporter: there are rallies planned across oakland today because some teachers say something needs to be done when it comes to confusion with covid in the classroom. you heard from teachers there. the district is responding. you will hear that at 5:30. justin andrews, kpix5. >> see you then. thank you. new, sf chronical reports west contra costa teachers filed a state workforce safety complaint over covid-19 risks. staff members say they were told to send students exposed to covid back to class without a negative test. other concerns include quarantining, cleaning, communication. another memo to the district lays out problems with testing and contact tracing as well. a spokesperson for cal osha says the agency started an investigation earlier this month and the emers' response is expected next
tuesday. fda authorized expanded access to pfizer's booster shot. the decision would apply to people 65 and up as well as those with weakened immune systems. officials say a third dose should be offered to adults whose job or living situation exposes them to the virus. t wh called the announcement a major step forward and it is up to cdc to decide how and when booster shots will be distributed. an advisory committee's vote on that could happen this week. cdc updated guidance officially recommending that pregnant women get vaccinated. last month, a pandemic record of at least 20 expectant moms died from covid in the u.s. over the summer, about 1,000 per week were testing positive. new data shows increased risk of severe complications and death for pregnant women who contract covid. only about 30% of pregnant women have been fully
vaccinated prior to or during pregnancy. tonight at 7:00 in the bay area, nearly five and a half million people are fully vaccinated against covid-19. now booster shots are finally here. we are very thankful we have had a few extra days to get ready. >> this will be easier. >> hopefully it will look a lot more organized and hopefully a lot less frantic. >> on the road ovosad map. find out who is eligible, what to expected, what you may need to bring with you. tune in for our original report at 7:00 p.m. on kpix5. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. new details out of a dramatic school board meeting in east bay that lasted into early morning hours. this went down in antioch involving efforts to oust school board president ellie householder. tension has growing for weeks amongst board members and
district superintendent. the meeting got off to a fiery start. an hour was spent viewing public comments and complaints about the board president. >> she is a terrible human being, self serving, narcissistic and immature. behavior demonstrates selfishness, ignorance, i am maturity, clearly not serving the community and putting kids first. >> in the end, no vote on her removal was taken. the next meeting for the antioch school board is next monday. looking live to the bay, the chp is investigating a diesel spill incident at the san mateo bridge toll plaza. a big rig crash caused 100 gallons of diesel to spill into the bay. it happened before noon yesterday when officials safer the truck hit a cron crete barrier, continued off the road way, came to rest partially submerged in the bay. the driver was not injured. in san francisco city
leaders say retail break ins have gotten out of control especially brazen ones like these. mayor and police department have a bold new plan to crackdown. >> we will expand san francisco police department's organized retail crime unit from two to six full time officers. >> when they asked us what resources we needed, we gave our christmas wish list and got it. >> the initiative will increase number of community ambassadors and make it easier to remotely report retail crimes. the warning in the south bay. look for mountain lions. where a big cat was spotted sniffing around a driveway. also ahead, san jose sharks player facing disturbing allegations from his estranged wife. the new fall out. >> britney spears could break free from her conservatorship much sooner than expected. the new documents that can free
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welcome back. a live look looking at san francisco. you see a little bit fog rolling in. here is another view with san francisco mark hopkins hotel cam. it is looking a little foggy. after our cool down yesterday, we will warm back up as we look to our afternoon and for your friday with warmer temperatures especially inland. you will feel that difference. much cooler for our weekend and a cooling trend continues as we look to next week. we'll have the forecast where you live specifically coming up in a few minutes. >> see you then. thank you. looking live at san jose, a sharks player facing trouble after his estranged wife accused him of physical and fir' made serious altis me kane will not be participating in training camp until further
notice. legal analyst and former prosecutor says it's up to a judge to decide whether to grant her a restraining order. this is after one of his own last month. >> it was unhealthy. it was toxic. both are challenged with some abuse. >> i think it is problematic. at the same time these claims have not been proven. >> the league says it considers the case closed but retains right to investigate if new information arises. today a scheduled day off in holmes trial after prosecutors called first star witness yesterday. the man who used to run the pentagon. general james mattis told a jury at the time he was interested in for use in the military, he agreed to join board of directors and invested $85,000 of his money. over time he says he lost hope in the technology.
holmes is facing fraud and conspiracy charges. new developments in britney spears quest to end. new documents filed yesterday calling for jamie spears to be removed as conservator immediately. it says britney wants to control the money she has made. she wants to be able to get married and have a baby if she so chooses. >> it gives you chills, gives a lot of hope. it reminds us there is a human behind the pop star and she's crying out for help. >> her legal team will be back in court next wednesday when a los angeles judge could free britney. the latest on the drought emergency. valley water in santa clara plans to provide updates on a project that is said to provide a safe reliable water supply that is drought resistant and locally controlled. new solutions and technology are needed in order to combat climate change and get out of
this drought. the latest drought conditions statewide will be released in 15 minutes and we'll bring you the information as soon as we get it. let's get a check of the forecast. a little bit warmer today. good morning. we will watch our temperatures climb this afternoon. hopefully you enjoyed that cooler weather yesterday because we will see temperatures soar as we look to our afternoon, especially inland. i will show you this in a moment. a live look with sales force tower camera as we look east, you see a little bit fog rolling in. our temperatures are in the low to mid 50s for many locations56 concord, oakland, liver more, 54 san francisco, 58 san jose, 52 santa rosa. dense fog this morning for the north bay. if you live in the north bay, that morning commute, please be extra careful with the thick fog this morning down to at least a quarter mile in santa rosa as well as for pet a lieu may, three quarters of a mile
in napa. we are looking at 74 for a high temperature, mix of sun and clouds in oakland, 77 to 78 for a high in san jose, 88 in the south bay this afternoon. we had the ridge of high pressure building in and offshore winds developing, light offshore winds. the features really helping warm us up today. futurecast wind gusts, you see inland those northerly winds. that's why you are going to heat up more. along the coast, around the bay, more westerly winds and that's why it is looking like a milder day for you, not quite as hot. we are looking at, with those light offshore winds, bringing more haze, moderate air quality for the bay area. checking daytime highs, warming up to the mid 80s for peninsula, upper 80s for the south bay, low 90s for los
gatos, mid to upper 90s for the tri valley. around the bay from 70 in daly city and sausalito. east bay shoreline, alameda 77, 83 san leandro. north bay, highs into low to mid 90s. 94 in santa rosa and 93 for napa valley, highs into upper 90s for ukiah. san francisco, oakland, san jose, we are looking at temperatures pretty warm for tomorrow and there we go with the cool down as we look to our weekend as well as for early next week. inland east bay and north bay, a hot day for you tomorrow and there we go in the 70s and 80s as we look to our weekend and into next week for the coast. daytime highs will be from the upper 60s today and tomorrow and then down to the low 60s as we look to the end of our weekend into early next week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. foggy in the north bay. w commute for our
commuters this morning? for super commuters, busy into the altamont pass. a lot of brake lights out of tracy getting on to the 580 connector. sluggish conditions. you see all the red and yellow indicating slower speeds. 17 miles per hour in some spots. the good news is there are no crashes or major incidents, travel time 37 minutes from 205 towards 680. if you are headed towards 880, nimitz freeway, a live look in oakland, traffic looks good. we are not seeing brake lights or issues. the drive along 880 into fremont into the south bay is problem free. pretty quiet at the san mateo bridge, west bound tail lights heading towards 101, about 11 to 12 minutes between 880 to 101. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are off. a little crowded across upper deck but no metering lights.
at the golden gate bridge they're doing those lane changes. you can see that. it is really not causing in i brake lights. it is on that north bound side. south bound, the commute direction, so far so good. we haven't had any brake lights or issues. south bound 101 from 37 into san francisco that will take about 20 minutes for your morning ride. travel times, our slowest spot is the ride in the altamont pass but other major freeways are looking really good on this thursday morning. new video showing a fox running right in front of this homeowner's front door. it happened in concord after 5:00 yesterday morning and it was caught on this ring camera. in santa clara, morgan hill police department is warning people to be cautious about mountain lions lurking nearby. a viewer sent this video of big cat sniffing around her driveway. mountain lion sightings have become more frequent around
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, late night vote. vaccines will soon be required for some students in the east bay. when is the deadline? california leading the way, deep dive into how the golden state is doing on the vaccine front compared to the rest of the country. a new drought monitor drops. is the state making progress? we are live with the update. oldest trees at risk. flames inching closer and closer. it's september 23. i am len kiese. >> i am gianna franco. a bit of a warm up.
let's get to mary lee for your thursday temperatures. good morning. temperatures are going to soar especially inland this afternoon into the 80s and 90s. hopefully you enjoyed that cooler weather yesterday, more refreshing with that ocean breeze. a live look, you see fog rolling into san francisco. we are looking at temperatures along the coast in the upper 60s to low 70s. around the bay, mid to upper 70s. mid 80s for peninsula. inland 80s and 90s, 98 concord as well as for livermore. daytime highs around 94 in santa rosa this afternoon. with the light offshore wind flow, picking up a little bit haze, moderate air quality for the bay area today. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. any hot spots? we are pretty good overall. if you are taking 880, nimitz freeway, live look near the colosseum, extra volume and more cars on the road way.
as far as travel times, as far as brake lights, things are moving nicely in both directions. if you are headed towards the bay bridge, pretty quiet. they turned metering lights on yesterday at 5:33. it doesn't lack like that is happening yet. traffic is clear east bay into san francisco. most bridges are in the green, no brake lights on golden gate, san mateo or bay bridge. oakland unified is the first district in northern california to enforce a vaccine mandate for students 12 and older. >> school district voted on the rules before midnight. justin andrews is live in oakland this morning. justin. >> reporter: this will affect some of the 36,000 students in the district. as of this morning, there is still no time line on when this will take effect. the board says it has to work out some of the details with the plan. the vote last night came down late, went almost into early
morning hours. this means all students 12 and older have to be vaccinated to come to class unless they have a medical or personal belief reason. i have to point out this morning that the mandate for students does not allow testing as an at earn tim. teachers and oakland education association say that in the district, it needs to be more widespread when it comes to testing. they plan to have rallies across oakland. they believe the district needs to improve conditions and confusion with covid in the classroom. the district responded to that. listen in. >> we have orders in for the state to get us more tests. we look forward to having those and distributing to our schools. >> reporter: all teachers and staff within the school district or really across the state must show full vaccination proof or test weekly. remember that mandate came down from governor gavin newsom last month and gives them until october 15 to be in full
compliance. justin andrews, kpix5. >> thank you. last night the fda authorized expanded access to booster shots of pfizer's covid- 19 vaccine. the decision applies to people ages 65 and up, those with weakened immune systems, adults whose job or living situation might frequently expose them to the virus. it is up to cdc to decide how and when booster shots will be distributed and exactly who will get it. anne joins us from the live news desk with the big questions they hope to answer. this is a cdc panel, expert scientists trying to figure out a framework about how these booster shots will be distributed, exactly who qualifies and why. you just mentioned the qualifications but there are still a lot of questions in that list. what specific health conditions, what specific job
titles would qualify? which jobs mean you are exposed, committee can limit to front line healthcare workers, teachers or workers considered essential like grocery store employees. this would apply to those who got the pfizer biontech vaccine. that's about roughly 22 million americans who are at least six months past their second pfizer dose according to cdc. about half of them are 65 or older. eventually they are expected to put out a framework as well for moderna and the johnson & johnson shots. they are already giving out some boosters at a lot of pharmacies. it is basically on an honor system now. if you go in and say that you do have a compromised medical issue. this is just basically putting more rules on some things are clearer for everybody. back to you. >> thank you. california is the only state where community transmission of covid-19 has
dropped to substantial category. the state is highlighted in orange and this image from cdc surrounded by states in red still dealing with higher transmission rates. governor newsom shared on social media this week that over 70% of californians edone dose of the vaccine. san francisco and alameda, vaccine rates are just over 70% and in santa clara the number is higher at 85%. >> we have seen a strong relationship between the proportion of the population that's vaccinated and then the frequency of new infections, hospitalizations, deaths. we see that nationally. we see that also within california. >> according to the nonprofit medical center mayo clinic, 55% of americans are fully vaccinated and 60% have received one dose. cdc data shows current pace of vaccinations is the slowest
it's been since july. >> as more than 2,000 people die from covid-19 every day in the u.s., we are closing in on another threat, flu season, which kills about 12,000 americans every year. health experts are recommending flu vaccines just in case. >> it's better to be prepared. i think this is the part where humility is an important part of our science approach. >> american college of emergency physicians says there are early signs that the coming flu season could be severe. new drought monitor just came down. it doesn't appear there has been much of a change. peninsula and south bay in extreme drought category, north bay, much of the east bay classified as being in exceptional drought. meteorologist mary lee will have a closer look at the drought conditions later. cal fire crews reached 80% containment on fire near the napa sonoma line. so called fremont fire sparked
yesterday near fremont drive. according to cal fire, the fire started just off highway 12 and flames raced up the hill through rugged terrain. it's now scorched 116 acres. >> good god, we saw everything. helicopters, saw 727s. the smoke clouds went up to around 10,000 feet. >> crews will remain on the scene and continue to work on containment, putting out hot spots throughout the morning. looking live at the state capitol. today the governor is taking on climate change. he is set to sign legislation outlining $15 billion climate package. we'll bring it live on cbsn bay area. governor newsom will tour the damage from the knp complex fire in sequoia national park. we are learning the world's largest tree, the general sherman, came yards away from flames. a spot fire burned only 100 yards away. united airlines nears
vaccine mandate deadline and cheese it celebrates centennial with a more sophisticated way to snack. elise preston joins us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning to you. good morning. a new report finds u.s. could fall into a recession if congress fails to raise the debt ceiling this fall. that's according to moody's analytics. it found it would wipe out as many as 6 million jobs. the house tuesday passed a funding bill that includes provision to suspend the debt limit. it is unlikely to move forward in the senate. a large majority of united airlines employees are choosing to get a shot in the arm. the airline says more than 97% of u.s. based employees are fully vaccinated. meanwhile a group of six united airlines employees sued airline over the covid-19 vaccine mandate alleging that the airline hasn't made reasonable
accommodations for those seeking exemptions. your grocery bill could be looking heftier. major food companies warn inflation is forcing them to raise prices on products. several companies including general mills, campbell soup, con agora are hiking prices. the companies are paying more for freight and fuel. this also comes as there is a shortage on truck drivers. >> i have noticed that grocery bill for sure. i hear cheez it is rolling out latest spin on cheese. tell us about this. you can toast to 100 years with a limited edition box paired with a cheese ntennial cracker coo. it will available on the website starting tomorrow. i like this duo. i know you don't like a lot of
duos. this is cool because you can sit and get your wine and cheez its all together. >> i like it too. i am digging it, elise. forget the fancy cheeses and all that stuff, put out some cheez its and wine and you are good to go. >> simple times. >> i like it. we will see you in the next hour when the stock market opens up. thank you. >> we all want cheez its now. >> we do. paco got me some, our friend behind the scenes. >> where is the wine? >> we'll discuss that later. >> exactly. coming up. >> attendance plummeting. how low crowds are getting at the colosseum with only ten games left in regular season. it's like stepping inside the vatican without leaving san francisco. the new exhibit that will get you up close and personal with
shows unemployment claims up to 351,000 from a near pandemic low over the last couple weeks. happening today, the final day of sales force's dream force convention outside of san francisco's moscone center. the day tech convention normally draws about 170,000 people. this year only 1,000 were invited to participate in person. everyone else is attending online. american athletes aiming to make beijing 2022 winter olympics will be required to show vaccine proof. participants must be fully vaccinated by december 1. explaining the mandate the organization wrote in a statement, this will increase ability to create a safer productive environment for athletes and staff and allow us to restore consistency in planning, preparation, service to athletes. to baseball, giants pulling ahead in nl west in san diego,
giants taking early lead with the padres. padres may them sweat. in the end the win stayed with 99thvictory of season. eir apartmens sitinger grea nighr had just four hits. a's lost 4-1, third straight loss, and have fallen to three and a half games behind al wild card playoff spot. as a's fall behind, so do ticket sales at the colosseum. according to mercury news on monday a little over 4,000 people attended the game against the mariners. that's the lowest crowd without covid restrictions in 24 years. in 2019, a's averaged about 20,000 per game. this season they've only had that type of attendance five times. at oracle park, average attendance is about 30,000 where the stadium holds about 41,000 in total stars today san
francisco's welcoming its newest art experience, michelangelo's cysteine chapel. >> it is 34 ceiling paintings from the sight in vatican city. this last year's. visitors can expect nearly life size reproductions of the italian renaissance master's work. >> the exhibit at st. mary's cathedral opens to the general public tomorrow and runs through january 1. 5:46. we are kind of on this weather see saw, up and down. >> this roller coaster ride, for sure. cool temperatures yesterday back to hot conditions today and then cooling back down again if it is too hot for you as we head to our weekend. a live look with our sales force tower camera as we look east, you see that fog rolling in. a pretty sight this morning. temperatures are in the 50s, 56 concord, oakland, liver more, 54 san francisco, 58 san jose, 52 santa rosa. dense fog in the north bay,
santa rosa and petaluma, two miles for half moon bay. here is what you can expect as we take you through your day this afternoon in micro climates, big temperature spread. we are talking about a 30- degree difference from coast to inland locations. along the coast, upper 60s, low 70s. inland, upper 80s to upper 90s this afternoon. warmer today and tomorrow and cooler this weekend. that cooling trend continues as we look to next week. that ridge of high pressure building in and light offshore winds developing as well. that's the reason why we are going to heat up as we look to today. you see on futurecast wind gusts inland, those northerly winds. that is that dry air for you, those light offshore winds. along the coast and around the bay, more of that westerly wind flow. that's why looking at milder conditions along the coast and around the bay. our latest drought monitor
released that drought information and not a lot of change. we are looking at exceptional drought, very worst drought the san francisco county area, and for parts of the south bay in extreme drought, second worst drought category for peninsula in red and for the rest of the south bay. sunrise at 6:58 and sun set at 7:04 p.m. daytime highs, mid 80s for peninsula, upper 80s for south bay, santa clara as well as for san jose, low 90s for los gatos as well as for morgan hill. inland east bay, upper 90s, concord, pleasant hill. tri valley highs in mid to upper 90s this afternoon. 74 in san francisco, 70 daly city and sausalito, east bay shoreline, 77 oakland, 83 san leandro, north bay highs in low to mid 90s this afternoon, 94 santa rosa.
the seven-day forecast, san francisco, oakland, san jose, another warm day tomorrow and then cooler for the weekend and into next week. inland east bay and north bay heating up once again for tomorrow and there we go with 70s and 80s for the weekend and into next week, temperatures down to the low 60s by the end of our weekend and into next week along the coast. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. things are a little bit busy. headed into altamont pass, brake lights building for super commuters out of tracy getting onto 580, lots of red popping up on our censors. 12 miles per hour near grant line and north flynn. 43 minutes from 205 towards 680. once you are past north flynn bit better. we are seeing extra volume past that point. a live look west bound 580 towards dublin interchange.
traffic is still moving at a pretty good pace, no delays east bound. things are still looking good along highway 4 from antioch to east shore freeway, 30 minutes. if you are taking 80 west bound highway 4 to the maze, give yourself 15 minutes. once you get to the maze towards bay bridge i got word that they turned the metering lights on. things are starting to back up at the toll azreally slow near incline and crowded across upper deck as you head into san francisco. san mateo bridge is good, if you want to cross the bay over to the peninsula, 13 minutes between 880 and 101. golden gate bridge, traffic moving nicely. south bound is the commute direction heading into san francisco, a 20 minute ride south 101 from highway 37 down into the city. leaving comforts of a barbershop and heading outdoors.
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welcome back. time for a look at entertainment headlines. kenny rogers honored in a concert special. all in for the gambler. it was filmed before the country music legend died. he was there and will perform a duet with dolly parton. rihanna bringing back iconic fashion show. it features performances by naz, ricky martin and more. it will stream tomorrow on prime video. a title and new release date have been announced for
new fantastic beast movie. the third film in the harry potter series will be released april 15, 2022. at the height of the pandemic a new york barber switched his business model into the great outdoors. >> he started cutting hair in central park for donations. a year later his business is thriving. he sets up in the scenic outdoors every daweather permits. he offers complimentary hair cuts. people give what they can. it's a range from 1 dollar to hundreds. >> i know a lot of people were impacted by the pandemic. i didn't feel a need to charge them. i get to do what i do best as an artist, shape, create, craft people into these >>s he planto the pandemic ends. he put that so beautifully.
>> he did. looks like a nice setting too to have a hair cut. >> it does. very relaxing. 5:55. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. after a vote, one of the largest school districts making it official, where students will have to show their vaccine card if they want to go to class on campus. >> some teachers in east bay this morning say they don't feel safe. covid complaint filed with state regulators. an unexpected visitor popping up on a
take effect? we're live. following householder is a sinking ship you need to abandon. >> a vote to remove a local school board president turns into a late night rant. the fiery meg hiinto mog. bay area mayor teaming up with the police department. the new plan to crackdown on organized retail crime. caught on camera. why neighbors in contra costa might want to keep an extra close eye on their pets this morning. good morning. it is september 23. i am len kiese. >> we are warming up before we head into the weekend. >> let's get to mary lee with the warm up and cool down again. it's up and down for our temperatures. we saw cooler temps yesterday. hopefully you enjoyed that. we will warm back up today and cooler for our weekend. a live look at the south bay, san jose, upper 50s in san jose. as we head through our day, san jose will see a high of , 98 concord and livermore.