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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. around the bay, mid to upper
70s this afternoon, mid 80s for peninsula, upper 60s and low 70s for the coast. light offshore winds developing and bringing more haze to the bay area, moderate air quality as we go through our day. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. we start with a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic starting to stack up, metering lights turned on about 20 minutes ago. you have brake lights from the 880 over pass extending up the incline, things crowded across the upper deck as you head into san francisco. 11 minutes from the maze into the city. here is a look at the rest of our travel times, west bound san mateo bridge, 880 to 101, 12 minutes. easy seven minute commute from the east bay to marin side. west bound 580 into the altamont, about 45 minutes. new, hundreds of eligible students in east bay will have to get their covid shots before
coming to class. >> the mandate was voted on just before midnight. justin andrews is live in oakland with all the information on this new man date. justin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the first bay area school district to implement such a mandate. with looming discussions and talks in other districts this certainly might not be the last. it was a very long night for board members. this decision came down minutes before midnight and mandates students 12 and older to be fully vaccinated. the only exceptions are medical and personal belief reasons. the district has not worked out a time line or implementation plan so this does north take effect immediately. the board wants to have a more detailed layout by the end of next month and then go from there. it is important to note this morning that the mandate for students does not allow testing as an alternative.
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 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, reach academy, we have had over 30 positive cases. the more cases you have now, the more testing you get. we need that testing to be consistent. >> reporter: there are rallies planned across oakland today to make it very clear that the teachers are unhappy with the conditions and confusion when it comes to kids, covid, and the classroom. you heard from teachers. you will hear from the district and how it is responding when i am back at 6:30. justin andrews, kpix5. >> thank you. sf chronical reports west contra costa teachers filed
state workplace 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 from teachers' union to the district lays out problems with testing and contact tracing. spokesperson for cal osha says the agency started an investigation earlier this month and employers' response is expected next tuesday. fda authorized expanded access to pfizer's booster shots. the decision would apply to people 65 and up as well as those with weakened immune systems. agency officials said a third dose should also be offered to adults whose job or living situation exposes them to the virus. in a tweet, the white house press secretary called the announcement is major step forward. it is up to cdc to decide how and when the booster shots will be distributed. a vote on that could happen
this week. cdc recently updated guidance officially recommending 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 an 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. coming up tonight at 7:00 in the bay area, nearly five and a half million people are fully vaccinated against covid- 19. now the booster shots are finally here. >> we are very thankful we have had a few extra days to get ready. >> it's going to be easier. >> hopefully it will look a lot more organized and hopefully a lot less frantic. >> tonight on the road to recovery, booster road map. find out who is eligible, what is expected, and 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. we just got new unemployment numbers in. numbers are up from the prior week. new unemployment claims reaching 351,000 over the past week but perspective here, 2021 high earlier this year was almost 1,900,000. compare that of course to what we saw before the pandemic hit. that was around 220,000 a week. we'll see what the stock market thinks about all this coming up at 6:30. back to you. >> thank you. new details of antioch on persistent efforts to remove school board president ellie householder from her position. the meeting lasted well after midnight but no vote on removal was taken. tension has been growing for weeks. the meeting got off to a fiery start. a trustee got visibly upset
about a motion not placed on the agenda. about an hour was spent reviewing public comment and complaints about the board president. take a listen. >> she is a terrible human being, self serving, narcissistic and immature. her behavior demonstrates selfishness, ignorance, immaturity, clearly not serving the community and putting the kids first. following householder is a sinking ship you need to abandon. >> next scheduled meeting of the antioch school board is monday the 27th. looking live to the bay, this morning, chp is investigating a diesel spill incident at the san mateo bridge toll plaza. big rig crash caused 100 gallons of diesel fuel to spill into the bay. it happened before noon yesterday when officials say the truck hit a concrete barrier, continued off the road way, came to rest partially submerged in the bay. the driver was not injured. 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 asked what resources we needed, we gave them our christmas wish list and we got it. >> organized retail crime initiative will increase number of community ambassadors and make it easier to remotely report retail crimes. 6:08. warning in the south bay, look out for mountain lions. where a big cat was spotted sniffing around a driveway. also ahead, san jose sharks player evander kane facing disturbing allegations from his estranged wife. new fall out. >> britney spears conservatorship can end sooner than expected. the new document that can free her in a matter of days. >> it gives you chills, gives a
lot of hope. >> fires raging across the state and getting worse every year. the plan from the governor to do something about it. that's a little later. hopefully you enjoyed our cooler weather yesterday because we will warm things back up today. a strong ridge of high pressure building in, light offshore wind as well. the forecast where you, coming up. first, a live look outside east at mount diablo. you see a little bit
looking live at san jose, a sharks player facing some trouble this morning after his estranged wife accused him of physical and sexual abuse. it's not the first time she's made serious allegations against him. the team has come out with an announcement saying kane will not be participating in training camp until further notice. it's now up to a judge to
decide whether to grant his ex- wife a restraining order. this is after the sharks player applied for one last month alleging his wife was also abusive. >> it was unhealthy, toxic. both are challenged with some abuse. >> i think it is problematic but at the same time the agsaid the case closed but retains right to investigate if new information arises. 6:13. today is a scheduled day off in the elizabeth holmes trial after prosecutors called the first star witness yesterday. the man who used to run the pentagon. general james mattis told the jury at the time he was interested in for use in the military he was so impressed with holmes he agreed to join her board of of directors and even invested $85,000 of his money. over time he lost hope in the technology. holmes is facing fraud and conspiracy charges. new developments in spears quest to end her father's 13
year control over her affairs. her attorney filed new documents yesterday calling for jamie spears to be removed as conservator immediately and without medical evaluation. the filing says britney wants to control the money she has made from her career. 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 just crying out for help. >> the pop star's legal team will be back in court next wednesday when a los angeles judge can finally free britney. the latest on the drought emergency. valley water in santa clara plans to provide updates on a new project set to provide a safe reliable water supply that is drought resistant and locally controlled. valley water says new solutions and technology are needed in order to combat climate change and get out of this drought. mary, the latest california
drought report came out less than an hour ago. how is it looking? >> the drought situation across the state as well as in the bay area remain largely unchanged. let's get right to it. the latest drought information just released this morning, exceptional drought, very worst drought category in maroon for the north bay, east bay, tri valley, parts of the san francisco county area, parts of the south bay. in red that's extreme drought, second worst drought category for the rest of the peninsula and for the south bay. we are looking at dry conditions. i will show you a weather system we are tracking as we look to early next week coming up in just a bit. a live look with our san francisco camera. you see the fog out there, temperatures in the 50s as we start our day. check it out especially for the north bay, dealing with dense fog this morning down to a half mile in santa rosa, a quarter mile in petaluma, a mile and
three quarters along the coast at half moon bay. through the day, it's about our micro climate. along the coast, upper 60s to low 70s. around the bay mid to upper 70s and inland upper 80s to upper 90s with that sunshine. definitely heating up inland later today. we are looking at a 30-degree temperature spread from the coast to the inland locations this afternoon. if you are maybe getting the kids ready for school or heading to work, we are looking at warmer temperatures today and for tomorrow and cooling it back down again as we look to our weekend and that continues into next week. this ridge of high pressure building in as well as light offshore winds. that's the reason why we are going to heat things up especially inland. futurecast wind gusts to show you northerly winds inland. that indicates that very dry air, light offshore wind flow for you but along the coast with westerly winds, more of that marine influence, along
the coast and around the bay, a milder day this afternoon. because of light offshore winds bringing more haze to skies but moderate air quality for the bay area. here we go as we look to early next week tracking upper level low pressure system that will bring rain to pacific northwest and we will be watching to see if some showers will push into north bay as we look to next tuesday. our sunrise at 6:58 and sun set at 7:04. daytime highs warming up for peninsula, mid 80s. south bay santa clara, san jose. mid to upper 90s for tri valley. around the bay 74 san francisco, 78 oakland, north bay low to mid 90s, upper 90s for ukiah. warm tomorrow and then cooling down for the weekend into early next week, inland east bay and north bay heating up again tomorrow and 70s and 80s for
the weekend and into early next week. we have a couple things going on. a new crash on 680 plus bart delays. south 680 near arthur road, a couple cars tangled up. all the activity is on the shoulder but it is reported as injury crash so we'll see if any lanes are blocked once emergency crews arrive on scene. you see on our map of highway 4, it looks like things are busy west bound highway 4 out of pittsburg into bay point. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on and you are backed up beyond the 880 over pass. 880 through oakland, things crowded on the north bound side of 880 past the colosseum. south bound, brake lights through the hayward area. 12 minutes is your travel time between 880 and 101. if you are headed along 580
west into altamont, 48 minutes 205 to 680. there are bart delays. a station closure at richmond on the richmond line. it looks like bart is reporting it is due to a medical emergency. check the schedule before you head out the door. new video showing a fox running across someone's front door. it happened in concord after 5:00 yesterday morning. it was caught on this ring camera. in santa clara, morgan hill police department warning people to be cautious about mountain lions lurking nearby. a viewer sent this video last week of a big cat sniffing around her driveway. police say mountain lion sightings have become more frequent especially around east dunn avenue and jackson oaks. they recommend keeping pets on a leash and close to you. 6:19 is the time.
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if you are just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. the cdc will decide who qualifies for pfizer booster shot. advisers will clarify exactly who is high risk and what jobs raise risk of exposure. fda approved dose for the two groups along with adults 65 and older. oakland unified school district will mandate vaccines for eligible students. decision came down about midnight after a late night meeting. a time line needs to be hammered out. drought monitor updating and not much has changed. peninsula and south bay remain
in extreme drought category. good morning. it is 6:30 on am len kiese. good morning. so glad to have you with us on this thursday. a bit of a warm up. good morning. temperatures are going to rebound back to the 80s and 90s inland this afternoon. hopefully you enjoyed that cooler weather because it didn't last too long. this is a gorgeous view. you see the blanket of fog and above the fog the colors in the sky with our sunrise. let's check it out with what you can expect, upper 60s to low 70s. we have mid 80s along the peninsula and daytime highs inland, upper 80s. south bay and san jose, upper 90s concord as well as for liver more and north bay, low to mid 90s. heads up if you are taking
bart. let's check with gianna. we are getting information from bart. there is a station closure at richmond due to major medical emergency. we are learning that unfortunately there was a person on the track. the condition of the person is unknown but mutual aid is being provided by ac transit. if you plan on taking bart, check the schedule before you head out. ac72m will provide service but right now the richmond bart station is closed due to this problem. we'll keep you updated on that. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. oakland unified the first school district to enforce vaccine mandate for students 12 and older. >> the school district voted on this just before midnight. justin has all the details. >> reporter: good morning. this will affect some of the 36,000 students in the school
district this morning. there is still no time line on when this will take effect. we know the board needs to talk through some plans and get everything ironed out. this happened late last night. all students 12 and over have to be vaccinated before class unless they have medical or personal belief reasons. this does not allow testing as alternative. teachers and oakland education association say testing in the district needs to be more widespread though. today 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. >> we are very confident that the testing procedures and protocols we have in place are working. we have seen a pretty clear decline in numbers from the first couple weeks of school. >> reporter: all teachers and staff must show full vaccination proof or be tested weekly.
that was a statewide mandate that came down last month. these teachers and schools hav mplianhappening today, cdc will narrow down exactly who qualifies for pfizer booster shot. last night fda approved extra dose for americans 65 and up and those with weakened immune systems and adults whose job or living situation might frequently expose them to the virus. some of the questions the cdc hopes to answer today is who exactly risks become being severely ill. do teachers count as being exposed? or is that just front line healthcare workers? what about people who get moderna or johnson & johnson. >> i suspect we'll continue to collect data on this cohort 65 and older and others made eligible and eventually the agency may walk down a
waiting for more data from moderna and johnson & johnson before authorizing their boosters. that's expected in the next few weeks. california is the only state where community transmission of covid-19 has dropped to substantial category. the state is highlighted in orange in this image from the cdc surrounded by states in red still dealing with higher transmission rates. governor newsom shared on social media that over 70% of californians are vaccinated with at least one dose. in san francisco and alameda, vaccine rates are just over 70%. in santa clara, the number is higher at 85%. >> we have seen a very strong relationship between the proportion of the population that's vaccinated and then the frequency of new infections, hospitalizations, deaths. we see that wesee that also wit california. >> according to the nonprofit
medical center mayo clinic, 55% of americans are fully vaccinated and 64% received one dose. cdc data shows current pace of covid-19 vaccinations is the slowest it's been since july. >> as more than 2,000 die from covid-19 every day in the u.s. we are closing in on another, threat flu season. health experts are recommending flu vaccines just in case. >> i think this is the part where humility is an important part of science approach. >> american college says there are early signs that the coming flu season could be severe. i am anne makovec at the live news desk keeping an eye on the federal trial for the theranos founder elizabeth holmes. yesterday the first star witness former defense secretary james mattis at the stand of the criminal trial. he told the jury he was invited
to join the blood testing start up's board after he invested about $85,000 in the company really giving them some gravitas on the board. he testified that he and other board members were stunned to learn theranos used other companies' machines for its tests. we saw texts between holmes and her boyfriend who was also her business partner showing who knew what and when and also a little bit more about their relationship. we'll keep an eye on that trial. it will be going for another couple weeks. >> thank you. fire crews have reached 80% containment on a fire near the napa sonoma line. the flames went right through the burn scar left by the 2017 fire. according to cal fire the fire started just off highway 12 and flames raced up the hill through rugged terrain.
the fire has now scorched 116 acres. >> good god, we yt, e smoke clouds ound 1000 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. the governor is taking on climate change. he is set to sign legislation outlining $15 billion climate package. we will bring it to you live on cbsn bay area. governor newsom will tour damage from the knp complex fire in sequoia national park. we are learning that the general sherman came only yards away from flames. a spot fire burned 100 yards away. the count down is on to the winter olympic games. qualifying isn't the only requirement to make team usa.
attendance plummeting. just how low the crowds are getting with only ten games left in regular season. market opened about ten minutes ago. a check on the big board, up about 318 points. cbs money watch reporter this couple is working hard on our state's recovery. you see, they live in california and keeping their vacation in california supports our small businesses and communities. which means that beautiful baby gherkin atop this charcuterie masterpiece is like another brick in the rebuilding of our economy. job well done friends. calling all californians. keep your vacation here
welcome back. we have our dose of pretty for you on this thursday morning. you are looking live from the sales force tower camera. you see mount diablo in the background as the sun comes up. >> that is a beautiful view. new, jobless claims are ticking up once again. the report out an hour ago shows unemployment claims are up to 351,000. that's about hike from lastk. at the height of the pan
claims were at 900,000. before the pandemic, the numbers were around 220,000 a week. fears of recession. elise preston is joining us from the new york stock exchange. good morning. good morning. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes. it is green across the board. let's take a look. the dow is up 355 points. the nasdaq is up 88. the s&p 500 is up 35 points. a new report finds u.s. could plunge into a recession if congress fails to raise the debt ceiling this fall. that assessment from moody's analytics. it found the fall out would wipe out as many as 6 million jobs and raise 15 trillion in household wealth. the democrat controlled house tuesday passed a government funding bill that includes provision to suspend the debt limit. it is unlikely to move forward
in the senate. >> elise preston of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. time for a look at what's coming up on cbs mornings. gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. good king reporting for duty, sir. hey, good to see you. ahead, senator bernie sanders discusses whether democrats can put differences aside over president biden's multi trillion dollar domestic agenda. racist policies in housing market decades ago are still affecting families today. tony speaks with the daughter of parents who face discrimination to see how her family was impacted. in our more perfect union series, we'll introduce you to a former gang member turned medical assistant who is using his voice to lift up his patients. we'll see you at 7:00 on the dot. that's about 17 minutes from now. >> you got it. stand down until 7:00, gayle.
we will see you then. >> all right guys. >> thank you so much. a live look, it turns out a large majority of united employees are choosing to get a shot in the arm. the airline says more than 97% of its employees are vaccinated. new, american athletes aiming to make the beijing 2022 winter olympics will be required to show vaccine proof. u.s. olympic and paralympic committee says participants must be fully vaccinated by december 1. explaining the mandate the organization wrote this step will increase our ability to create a safe, productive environment for team usa 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 8-1. by the top of the 7th, padres made them sweat getting five runs. the win stayed with the giants. the final was 8-6. dodgers falling in colorado, rockies winning 10-5, that puts giants two games ahead of the dodgers in nl west with only ten games left in the season. a's against visiting mariners, not a great night for oakland. with four hits, a's lost 4-1, the third straight loss for oakland. they've fallen three and a half games back after an al card spot. 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 only had that type of attendance five times. at oracle park, average attendance is about 30,000 when the stadium holds about 41,000 total. 6:46. let's get a check of your forecast. it's been a bit of a roller coaster. up and down with our temperatures. cool yesterday and we will warm things back up as we look ahead to today and for tomorrow. here is a stunning sunrise as we look east and across the bay looking at mount diablo above the fog this morning. it's going to be a lovely day. sales force tower camera as we look north at the trans america pyramid and another view of the fog rolling in. our temperatures are in the 50s, 56 concord, oakland, livermore, 54 san francisco, san jose upper 50s and low 50s for santa rosa. dealing with dense fog for parts of the north bay, a half mile for santa rosa and
petaluma. a big temperature spread from the coast to inland spots. it's about bay area micro climates. we are talking about a 30- degree difference from the coast to inland locations. upper 60s to low 70s along the coast, bay. a warmer day today and for tomorrow, much cooler as we look to our weekend and the cool down continues as we look to early next week. high pressure building in for us, light offshore winds developing and that's the reason why we are going to heat up, especially inland later on today. futurecast wind gusts to show you those northerly wind especially inland indicating very dry air. it's the reason why you will be soaring to the 80s and 90s inland. along the coast and around the bay, more of that westerly flow. ocean breeze and marine influence along the coast and around the bay, and that's why it will be a milder day for you. we have light offshore winds
bringing more haze to our skies but looking at moderate air quality for the bay area. as we look to early next week, tracking upper level low to pacific tem. ra northwest and we will be watching chance to see a few showers for parts of the north bay by next tuesday. in the meantime today, warming up to mid 80s for the peninsula, south bay upper 80s santa clara, san jose, low 90s for los gatos, mid to upper 90s for the tri valley. 74 in san francisco this afternoon, 78 oakland, mid 70s for berkeley, richmond, 94 santa rosa, upper 90s for ukiah. the seven-day forecast san francisco oakland and san jose. inland east bay, north bay, another day of the heat for tomorrow and then 70s and 80s
for the weekend and early next week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. we will start with public transit, dealing with bart delays and issues. the richmond station is shut down, a lot of activity. this was reported as a major medical emergency but we did learn from bart there was a person on the track. the condition of the person is unknown but there is a lot of activity with the station being closed. mutual aid is being provided by ac transit. if you typically use richmond bart station ac transit bus 72m we'll have service so you can check ahead. check the schedule before you head out the door. capital corridor, muni, cal train are on time. for public transit, we are dealing with bart delays. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on well before 6:00 and
you are backed up almost to the foot of the maze which means brake lights on all bound west und the 880 north b approach. if you are taking 880, near los okay. south bound you will have brake lights as you head out of hayward passing 92 san mateo bridge connector. hopping on 92 heading towards the peninsula, give yourself 13 minutes, our latest travel time between 880 towards 101. once you are on 101, we are not seeing bike lights or issues. the ride from hellyer to sfo, 44 minutes. traffic is getting slow on highway 4 west out of antioch, 53 minutes from antioch to 80. the three day tech convention normally draws about 170,000. this year only 1,000 were
invited to participate in person. everyone else is attendin coupa late night vote. vaccines will soon be required for students in the east bay. the question remains, when is the deadline? it's like stepping inside the vatican without leaving san francisco. the new exhibit that will get you up close and personal with michelangelo's finest work. streaming today on cbsn bay area, wrap yourself in your favorite blanket and cozy up in a pili fort, a virtual fund raiser called. a 49ers wide receiver who scored his first career touchdown in the team's last game, he will chat about the euphoric moment. watch at kpix.com or the kpix app. >> i still love a pillow fort even as a grown man. a live look outside in dublin this morning.
i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we are going to have an eye on the cdc advisory committee meeting to discuss how pfizer booster shots will be distributed, who qualifies and why. that's after yesterday, fda granted emergency use authorization for a third dose for three groups, those 65 and older, those at high risk of developing severe covid and those at risk of serious complications due to frequent exposure like in healthcare settings or maybe prisons. today cdc will discuss which conditions and job titles would qualify. this is for pfizer, discussions about moderna and johnson & johnson shots are yet to come. meantime yet to come, new vaccine requirements at local
schools. justin has more on that. >> reporter: absolutely. oakland unified school district is the first in the areato implement a student vaccination mandate. it's the first but might not be the last. looming discussions in other school districts are also happening. it was a long night for bore members, decision made minutes before midnight and mandates all students 12 and over to be fully vaccinated. only exemptions are medical or personal belief reasons. there is not a time line for implementation so this is not effective immediately. the board wants a more detailed layout by end of next month and go from there. this does not allow testing as alternative to the vaccination mandate. we know teachers have been sounding off, about conditions when it comes to covid in the classroom. they have rallies planned today. we'll let you know how those
rallies go. a look at the other top stories, school board meeting in antioch goes into the night. >> the big topic, removing the school board president. the meeting lasted well after midnight. board listened to public comment and complaints. no vote on her removal was taken. the next meeting is the 27th. today governor newsom is taking on climate change. he will tour damage from the knm complex in sequoia national park and sign legislation outlining a $15 billion climate package. new drought monitor, not much is changed. peninsula and south bay still in the extreme category. looking live into the bay, chp is investigating a diesel spill incident at the san mateo toll plaza, big rig crash caused 100 gallons of diesel to spill into
the bay. taking you high above the fog for a beautiful view. now here is a live look wisaleea ettysias we start our day. we will warm things up as we look to our afternoon. upper 80s to upper 90s inland. 88 san jose, 98 concord. around the bay, milder with mid to upper 70s. peninsula, mid 80s. along the coast, 60s to 70s. it is about a 30-degree temperature difference from coast to inland locations. we are looking at moderate air quality for today. back to you. i want to get you updated on the situation we are monitoring with bart. richmond station remains closed as first reported due to major medical emergency. unfortunately there was a person on the track way. the condition of the person is still unknown but you will have that closure in effect for
sometime. mutual aid is being provided by ac transit bus 72m. there is a 20 minute delay on richmond line. brake lights at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on. it's a slow ride into the city. san francisco welcoming its newest art experience, michelangelo's cysteine chapel. >> here is a look at last year's in washington, dc. visitors can expect near life size reproductions of the works. it includes adam and the last judgment. >> the exhibit at st. mary's cathedral is open to the general public tomorrow and runs through january 1. >> kind of like going to italy in san francisco. >> do we need a field trip? >> i think so. >> let's make it happen. cbs mornings is coming up
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