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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, two bay area cities reeling, homicide rates ticking up. the push to stop the violence. >> as oakland citizens, it is our problem. >> we will do whatever we can together. four days until the state's eviction moratorium expires. hail mary from housing advocates as the clock ticks down. getting ground on the fire but some residents are not pleased with taicwhsome most lo fans are upset and it has nothing to do with how the team
is playing on the field. good morning. it is monday, september 27. i am len kiese. >> i am gianna franco. we begin with your monday forecast. some spots can see hazy skies and others can stay rain today. let's go right to mary lee. a lot going on. we have drizzle with wet roadways along the coast and around the bay. even san francisco, you see drops on our live mark hopkins hotel camera showing that wet start to the day in spots. i am tracking a weak cold front, first fall front of the season. here we are at noon, lake county, mendocino catching that wet weather through our afternoon, light scattered showers. here is 5:00 p.m. we are looking, even though we have that air quality advisory in effectmaybe a little bit haze at the surface, good to moderate air quality. that sea breeze kicking in. that means we are looking atda l talkmore about what you can expect through our day and
between the d.a. and police chief in san francisco, number of homicides in 2021 is on pace to surpass last year's total. dozens gathered at a vigil to law enforcement, community leaders, and others say pandemic related stress may be a contributing factor in the homicide up tick but there is no concrete answer as to why. >> we will do whatever we can together in our departments. >> we always are trying to work together to make things better. these families deserve that. that's what we are committed to doing. >> this is the third year san francisco has lit up the dome in honor of murder victims. dock designated national day of remembrance in 2007. oakland is grappling have a violence crisis. that matches total for all of last year. the city reached the milestone after a double homicide early sunday. two brothers were shot and
killed in front of their home at the intersection of high street and pompous avenue. >> we have to help each other. we can't separate like oh that's not my problem because it is the flat land. it's up in the hills, not my problem. it is our proble as oak citizen problem and have lp each other >> community members held a vigil to remember lives lost and call for unity. an emotional count down for some, statewide eviction moratorium will expire later this week. local housing advocates are taking action to help renters. justin andrews is live in concord with the details for us this morning. >> reporter: the message, now is not the time to end this eviction moratorium. they say protections are still desperately needed for people suffering from paying rent. housing advocates were in san francisco over the weekend
caravan rallying, driving home the message that the pandemic is not over and our economy hasn't bounced back yet. moratorium was put in place to stop evictions during the height of the pandemic where millions of americans lost their jobs or couldn't work for months. the moratorium was extended multiple times throughout the pandemic. housing advocates are fearful with this september 30 expiration date. >> people aren't ready. people are still suffering under the pandemic. people are still suffering from the money they lost due to unemployment or other crises. >> reporter: at 10:30 today, there are going to be people from governor newsom's office really just helping and urging those who need help to apply for assistance. back to you in the studio. >> justin, thank you. taking a live look at oakland where today the city's school district will hold what is called a virtual community conversation for spanish speaking families. this is about the new vaccine
mandate. oakland unified became the first bay area district to approve mandate for students. it requires kids ages 12 and older to be fully vaccinated with exceptions made for medical or religious reasons. the school board has yet to decide when the mandate will take effect. federal and state health authorities say they are confident they have enough vaccine doses for booster shots and young children. public health officials are confident they can avoid repeat of the slow roll out of covid- 19 vaccines across the country earlier this year. more than 70 million americans remain unvaccinated despite lottery prizes and pleas from healthcare workers. crews have up'd containment on fawn fire, have built a fire line around the blaze in shasta but the wind is still posing danger. some are upset about the response to the fire. they gathered at a meeting over the weekend to question cal fire's air tactics. some say initial air attack
ended too soon. >> there was still lots of daylight. i am going to stand by that because i was there watching them go overhead. there was still plenty daylight. they shouldn't have stopped. >> thousands of people remain displaced. more than 140 structures have been destroyed but there is some improvement. containment has gone up to 45%. the fire torched more than 8500 acres. another year of devastating wildfires fueling a property insurance crisis. homeowners are losing coverage by the thousands. now the state is stepping in. >> this gives really a reprieve to homeowners and gives the insurance companies an opportunity to reevaluate their entire portfolio. >> pros and cons of moratoriums, project home tonight at 11:00 on kpix5. a live look at san jose where the mayor, city council members, community leaders are set to rally this morning to end sale of flavored tobacco within the city. this is ahead of tomorrow's
vote on the ordinance. santa clara officials say a recent poll shows nearly three quarters of voters are in favor of banning sale of all flavored tobacco within san jose especially when taking into account alarming increase of flavored tobacco products used by kids. 6:08. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> south bay officer called a hero. the moment he pulled a driver in distress to safety. that's next. some people aren't able to afford to even come out. >> the most beautiful sights getting more expensive. but where is the money going? that's the question residents have on their mind, next. the faithful making their support loud and clear. a look this morning at the first full capacity home game for the 49ers. i am tracking a cold front to push across the bay area. this upper level low dropping a
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good monday morning. it's a wet start to our day with drizzle along the coast and around the bay. you see the sheen on the golden gate bridge. as we head through our day, i am tracking a cold front that will bring light scattered showers. futurecast hour by hour here we are at noon with showers across lake and mendocino. look as it pushes across north bay as well as along the cot. for ea, we
could see wet weather as we head through the day today with an air quality advisory in effect but looking at good air quality. we'll talk more about what you can expect, coming up. a san jose police officer is being praised for quick thinking and bravery. he is shown on camera rushing to rescue a man trapped in a burning car. san jose fire crews recorded this video as they pulled up to the scene. they saw the officer reach into the burning car, pull the man out and drag him to safety. the man was hospitalized. the police officer wasn't hurt. a pedestrian hit and killed by a car on interstate 680 in martinez last night shortly before 8:00. police responded to reports that a pedestrian was in the road way and hit by a white toyota. the person died at the scene. police tell us the driver of the vehicle is cooperating with the investigation. developing this morning, new fees are being considered for some national parks in san francisco and marin county. >> the public comment period
wrapped up yesterday. golden gate national recreation area introduced plan to add fees in august. you would need to start paying $3 per hour and up to $10 per day to park. fees would be charged at parking lots at baker, china, stenson, rodeo beaches. lands in, sutro heights, navy memorial, cronkite. it needs this for things like trash collection and janitor services. >> if approved, the fees would be phased in over several years beginning in mid to late 2022. san francisco may close a road in golden gate park to cars permanently. >> city leaders shut down jfk drive early in the pandemic and it was a move to give people a place to get outside and
exercise and maintain social distance. the area has become popular with walkers, joggers, bicyclists. the city is trying to figure out if the change should become permanent or perhaps revert back to when it was closed only on weekends. the supervisor matt hannie supports a closure on all days. >> there are tons of folks who are walking or biking, children, families roller skating. it's in the middle of a park. it should be used by people. >> during quarantine and covid i have been running on the street every day. so many pedestrians get hit by cars. i feel more safe and comfortable running on this street. >> the city is surveying residents about what they would like to see happen. a final decision is expected next year. 6:15. if you plan on jogging or getting out today, you are going to run into a bit of wet weather. here is mary. excited about this. tracking our first front of the
fall season, that will bring light scattered showers. not all of us will see that, not expecting a lot. but we will take what we can get. we are looking at a wet start this morning with drizzle along the coast and around the bay. it's a cloudy start with foggy conditions as well and even definitely feels a little muggy. our afternoon, scattered showers as we go through our afternoon as a weak cold front pushes across the bay area. the best chance to see that wet weather north of the golden gate, coast, north bay, you have a better chance of seeing scattered showers. through the afternoon, cooler for all of us, below average with the stronger ocean breeze. there we go with the upper level low and trailing cold front that will bring us wet weather. let's time it out for hopefully what you can expect for at least the micro climate. santa rosa, you have a better chance of seeing wet weather today. san francisco, there is a
chance though concord, inland east bay, south bay, san jose, those rain chances are on the low side. slim chances there. hour by hour on futurecast, stopping the clock at noon, you see wet weather across lake and mendocino. through the afternoon, stopping at 5:00 p.m., you see scattered activity for north bay, the coast, for san francisco as well. as we look to 8:00 p.m., isolated showers. that continues by 10:00 p.m. spotty showers are definitely a possibility. then for tuesday morning, starting our day with clouds and then clearing with sunshine for the rest of your tuesday afternoon and temperatures on the rise for the rest of the work week. if you are lucky enough to catch that wet weather, a few hundredths of an inch possible, this is really a weak weather system that we are tracking. we have an air quality advisory in effect. you might see a little bit haze but that's aloft in the upper levels of the atmosphere. at the surface we are looking good with onshore flow and sea
breeze looking good. surface cast with the smoke and westerly winds, that's why we are looking at the good air quality at ground level. daytime highs, cool for all of us. low 60s at the coast, mid to upper 60s at the bay, 70s inland this afternoon. seven-day forecast, san francisco, oakland, san jose, better chance of wet weather around the bay, san francisco, oakland, not much for san jose. we will keep our fingers crossed. you see temperatures on the rise for the week. inland east bay, low 90s by the end of our week. north bay and coast, a better chance of wet weather today and temperatures on the rise as we head through the week. let's check with gianna for the latest on the traffic alert. >> it's on 80. two left lanes are shut down as the investigation is underway into what is a deadly crash. east 80 at el portal. it happened over an hour ago. it was an over turned vehicle
that ended up on its side. we have brake lights in both directions west 80. east bound 80, you have brake lights as well. give yourself a few extra minutes if you are headed along the east shore freeway. it looks like the closure will likely be out there for sometime. they have called tow crews to the scene. if you are ready to take 680 through fremont, we have a crash south 680. we've got the number two lane blocked, second from the left lane towards center divide due to a crash with injuries. traffic is busy as you work through the sunol grade. busy at the bay bridge toll plaza, bumper to bumper traffic. metering lights were turned on about 5:40. we had a crash across the upper deck as you come off the skyway. that added to an extra busy ride for your drive into san francisco. 16 minutes from the maze into
the city. your travel time for altamont pass is 52 minutes to go west bound 580 from 205 towards 680. past north flynn things look better towards the dublin interchange. san mateo bridge, both directions okay, 14 minutes between 880 and 101. 6:20. already falling ticket sales can soon plummet lower for oakland a's. >> it's almost like are you trying to drive us away? the foundational fans that have been here forever. >> why some of the most loyal a's fans won't be in attendance at next season's home games. california fire departments are taking notes from the military to tackle exploding wildfires. high tech helicopters helping them out. set a reminder. kpix5 is proud to launch the brand new 3:00 p.m. newscast. it's starting today after the
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some a's fans not happy about a hike in ticket prices next season. >> they say the team could drive away many loyal fans. season ticket holders received an e-mail last week doubling their prices for 2022. some say they don't plan to renew ticket plans partly because they're doubtful that the a's will reinvest money to hold onto their best players. >> if you are keeping the core foundational pieces then yes, i get it. but when you are going to let all those players go and then
it still looks the same, it's like 5%, okay, but my check didn't go up 50%. >> still may be one of the best values in baseball. watching a major league team this caliber that year after year competes, i think it will be a good value. >> a's have not responded to our request for comment. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, clock is ticking for renters. state's eviction moratorium is about to expire. we are live with how you can get a head start to apply for help. with delta cases declining, are we near the end of the surge? when doctors predict we may see the last of the covid wave.
if you are just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. california eviction moratorium is set to expire thursday. housing advocates rallied saying protections are still needed. in concord officials with governor newsom's investigation will be urging renters to apply for help. a live look at oakland, city school district will hold what's called a virtual community conversation. this is for spanish speaking families on the district's new vaccine mandate. it requires kids 12 and older to be fully vaccinated with exceptions for medical or
religious reasons. the school board has yet to decide when that will take effect. san jose city off issues are rallying to end sale of flavored tobacco. it comes ahead of tomorrow's vote on the ordinance. santa clara officials say a recent poll shows nearly three quarters of voters are in favor of banning the sale of all flavored tobacco within san jose. good morning. i am gianna franco. >> i am len kiese. good morning. air quality advisory extended through today. looking live in concord, despite today's haze you won't need to worry much about the air quality. >> let's get to the all important monday morning forecast. days like today, you want to sleep in a little. so nice zyto be inside and all snuggled up. we had rain drops on our sutro cam. through our day, we are looking at scattered light showers as a weak cold front pushes through. we have the brings al along the
coast and around the bay. here we are at noon. you can see the showers pushing across lake and mendocino counties. as we head through afternoon especially for the north bay, north of the golden gate, you have a better chance of seeing this wet weather, really on the tail end of the cold front. here we are at 5:00 p.m. looking at scattered showers for us and again that better chance for north bay and the coast. we have the air quality advisory in effect today. a little bit haze out there, that's aloft in upper levels of the atmosphere. with the westerly winds, good air quality at the surface for ground level, so not a concern for us. we'll talk more on futurecast taking you through the day. let's check with gianna for the latest on the traffic alert. it's been out there for sometime. unfortunately this is a deadly crash so an investigation is underway. this is east 80 at el portal. two left lanes are blocked until further notice, an overturned vehicle stuck on its side.
you have brake lights in both directions. west bound 80 and east bound 80. give yourself a few extra minutes if you are taking east shore freeway. west bound towards the bay bridge, metering lights were turned on about 5:40 and we have a pretty significant back as you work over into san francisco. 21 minutes from the maze into the city. we have some breaking news out of of santa clara. crews are on the scene of a house fire. >> police say at least one person has died. flames broke out about two hours ago at a home on tuscany place in cupertino. there is no word on what caused the fire or information on the victim. contra costa investigators were pretty busy over the weekend. first, a three vehicle crash and then a fire at the church. here is a re on the side of faith worship center in pittsburg.
it happened last night shortly before 9:00. crews made quick work of the flames knocking them down in less than five minutes. no injuries reported. earlier in the evening a tractor was involved in a crash that closed a stretch of the byron happy. several cars and the tractor crashed. taking a live look at the state capitol, eviction moratorium deadline is looming. today officials with governor newsom's administration are looking to help renters. >> justin andrews is live in concord with the details. this is not a day many are looking forward to this week. >> reporter: that date is thursday, september 30. that is when eviction moratorium is set to end. that's also why some from governor newsom's office will be in concord to help with these renters. these housing advocates say now is not the time to end this moratorium because people are still suffering from the
pandemic. protections are still desperately needed, they say. advocates were caravan rallying in san francisco over the weekend driving home the message that the is t over and our economy has not yet bounced back. moratorium was put in place to stop evictions during the height of the pandemic where millions of americans either lost their jobs or couldn't work at all for months. moratorium extended multiple times. >> in the midst of a pandemic, it's criminal to evict people from their homes when not only is it an issue of personal well being but also a question of public health. >> reporter: this did line means landlords can start taking action against tenants basically saying if they don't pay the 25% of the back rent, they could be kicked out of their homes. justin andrews, kpix5. >> thank you. a group of bay area
activists pushing for people to start talking about immigration again. about 100 people marched four hours from santa rosa to hills berg yesterday. they want to put pressure on federal, state, local leaders and work harder to grant legal status to the undocumented. demonstrators walked 12 miles to represent the estimated 12 million undocumented immigrants living in the united states. >> we work the hardest jobs here. we maintain the wine industry here. we deserve a path to citizenship and safe and healthy work places. >> sometimes they come in in this county as farm labor and end up working in construction and end up starting their own businesses. they really end up being quite a contribution to the county itself. to the coronavirus, new cases have been gradually dropping. experts say we are not out of the woods yet. over the next months, we could
see the latest surge subside. >> this may be the last major wave of infection. i think by thanksgiving you will seattle this move through the country. the virus isn't going away but prevalence levels will decline to a level that feels more manageable. >> we were seeing seven day average of up to 160,000 cases a day at the peak of the surge. cdc says that is closer to 114,000 new cases per day. dr. scott gottlieb, a former fda commissioner, expects we'll eventually drop to 20,000 a day. world health organization reviving the investigation into the origins of covid-19. it's assembling a new team of 20 scientists, including specialists in lab safety and biosecurity as well as experts on genetics and how animals can transmit viruses to people. this group will have a mandate to hunt for new evidence in china and elsewhere. san francisco politicians will talk of the advantages of a new blood donation center run
by red cross. mayor london breed and a state senator will be on hand at the new facility. red cross wants to increase number of diverse blood donors in the bay area. today's event happens at 11:00 am at the donation center on market street near goff. several regional leaders from red cross will discuss the center's role in adding bay area healthcare. it was a full house at 49ers home opener yesterday. [ cheering and applause ] >> you see the faithful came decked out in their finest gold and red to the first regular season home opener. the crowd went wild when niners took the lead in the second half but ultimately the packers won 30-28. >> we are faithful. it's great to see. just look at all the fans here for opening day. >> it's great to be back, you know. i love coming here. i am a season ticket holder.
>> a big necklace. 49ers encouraged guests and staff to get vaccinated but it was not required for entry. fans did not need to show a negative covid test either. >> tough loss for the niners. next, bay area high school saving an endangered species right in the classroom. oh my god, it's on its side. >> investigators left scrambling to try to figure out what led this train to go right off the tracks. hear from the passengers inside. high tech helicopters going from war zones to wildfires. the market just opened about ten minutes ago. dow is up in the green about 130 points. diane king hall has a closer look, coming up. good morning. ahead on cbs mornings we are in montana with the latest on the deadly train derailment. years long cbs news
investigation on seat back dangers for kids in cars. why an important fix can now be in jeopardy. as gabby petito's family and friends gather to remember her life, we'll talk about why missing persons cases are never solved in some cases. anthony mason talks with close friends of anthony bore dane about his life and
welcome back. new, facebook says it is pausing efforts to build instagram for kids. the app is geared toward children ages 10 to 12 but instagram's chief says he needs time to work with parents, experts, policy makers and regulators to listen to their concerns. this follows "wall street journal" report on how facebook's own studies found
instagram can be harmful especially for teen-age girls. a check on your money watch report, a big week in congress with important debates on infrastructure and more. diane king hall is joining us from the new york stock exchange. good morning. good morning of the wall street on washington this week and with trading in are way you have a mixed action in the market. nasdaq is down 168. nancy pelosi set a vote for thursday on the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill. debate begins today on the legislation which would help fund traditional infrastructure projects like roads, bridges, airports. as for the largest $3.5 trillion, speaker pelosi says it is self evident that measure will shrink in size.
senate is scheduled to hold a procedural vote today on legislation that's passed the house to fund the government. >> thank you. looking into the cause of saturday's amtrak train derailment. >> oh my god, it's on its side. >> social media video shows the aftermath of the deadly detrailment. first responders and locals from several areas raced to help. passengers worked with crews to help people trapped inside the overturned cars. >> i was laying in my compartment on a bed so luckily i tumbled. i was able to pop the window out, climb out and help others. we sat until we got ladders and got people down. >> three were killed and seven sent to the hospital. the train was traveling from chicago to seattle when it went
off the tracks. police in novato are investigating a crash and car fire that threatened homes on a hillside. firefighters released a photo of the burned out wreckage above lemont avenue. they say saturday the car veered off a driveway on the hill top and the tires got jammed in a culvert sparking the fire. the two inside escaped injury and crews managed to fight the fire before it reached homes. a new weapon, a fleet of high tech helicopters that will fight fires at night. this used to fly in afghanistan for u.s. army but has been retro quitted to drop 3,000 gallons of water or fire retardant at a time. that's ten times what most fire fighting choppers drop. a group of southern california departments banded together to buy the $18 million chopper. fire experts say it is pretty
amazing. >> you can zero in exactly on the spot you want to drop. >> we can fly to the gps points and doors will automatically open and close between the points. ae more precise and of course that means fire fights will be more efficient. a high school in petaluma providing a hatchery for salmon at risk during drought. >> wildlife officials recently moved about 4,000 to the cool indoor tanks at the high school. this is after conditions in lake sonoma became unhealthy. the high school will soon get another 650 salmon trucked in from santa cruz. students usually raise steel head trout as a learning experience but now they're helping protect a federally endangered species. you go from math to english to doing this important work. >> love that so much. >> smart students. >> yes, they are for sure. speaking of smart, hi mary. >> love you guys. good morning. we have a lot to get to.
let's talk about our weather. it's a wet start, tracking a little bit drizzle along the coast and around the bay. as we head through afternoon, tracking a weak weather system that will bring light scattered showers. let's help get you out the door and ready for your monday. it's a cloudy start. we have areas of fog and it definitely feels muggy. once you step outside you will feel that. as we head through our day as we track this first cold front of the fall season, bringing light scattered showers for us this afternoon. the best chance of seeing wet weather with the cold front north of the golden gate. coast and north bay, you have a better chance of seeing wet weather. all of us will see cooler temperatures with the stronger ocean breeze. there we go with the upper level low and trailing cold front for us today especially in the afternoon. that front is going to push across the region. santa rosa, you have a better chance of seeing wet weather with rain chances today and for
san francisco as well though the inland east bay, concord, south bay, san jose, your rain chances are on the low side. slim chances for you. here we go taking you hour by hour on futurecast, stopping at noon, you see wet weather for lake, mendocino county. through our afternoon, scattered activity especially for north bay along the coast even for san francisco can see some wet weather. as we head through this evening, 8:00 p.m., isolated showers. some spotty showers are even continuing at 10:00 p.m. as we look to tomorrow morning, a cloudy start and then sunshine for your tuesday afternoon. let's talk about our rainfall amounts. not a whole lot and not everyone will see it. if you are lucky enough to catch the wet weather, a few hundredths of an inch possible. we are going to be tracking westerly winds so gusty conditions as we go through our day today with the cold front. daytime highs are cool for all of us.
low 60s along the coast, mid to upper 60s around the bay. seven-day forecast for san francisco, oakland, san jose, around the bay, better chance of seeing wet weather. san jose, not so much for you. as we head through the week, we are going to warm things. inland east bay, low 90s by the end of our week. north bay and coast, better chance of seeing showers today and warming up as we look to the end of the week. unfortunately this is a deadly crash that's shut down two left lanes at east 80 at el portal. there is an investigation underway. it happened over an hour ago and you've got delays east and west bound and two lanes will be closed for sometime for the investigation. it was involving two cars. one over turned and the vehicle is stuck on its side. west bound 80 is busy and east 80. we are seeing speeds down to
three miles per hour. possibly stick with surface streets until you can get back on the freeway where you won't have brake lights. we had a crash blocking lanes. it is now over to the right shoulder. a busy ride out of the sunol grade. if you are headed to the bay bridge and you are up early, you have a lot of brake lights to deal with. we had a trouble spot near the fremont street exit. metering lights were turned on about 5:40 this morning. traffic is backed up to the foot of the maze if not a bit beyond that. a few brake lights off of 80 and that west bound 580 approach. a wind advisory effect, 53 minutes from 205 towards 680. no crashes but super commuters, you've also got those brake lights building up.
broadway's biggest night made its big return after its longest intermission in history. >> the tony awards returned to the stage in new york city. >> the tony award goes to moulin rouge. >> the play was nominated for 14 awards. it also just reopened on broadway over the weekend. the musical tells the story of a composer who falls in love with a cabaret actress. inheritance won for best play, tells a story of two gay lovers living in new york after the aids epidemic. >> this award is in loving memory for all the beautiful souls lost to aids and covid and it's dedicated to the love of my life, my husband, terrence mcnally. >> actress adrienne warren for leading actress in a musical for the tina turner musical.
6:51. next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> rent almost due for the month and statewide eviction moratorium is about to expire. we are live with how bay area renters can get help. the film breaking barriers again. the big success, coming up. streaming today, medical monday segment. we hear from a stanford doctor about latest on covid booster shots and upcoming flu season. the star of bob
after that landlords can start taking action against tenants who haven't paid at least 25% of their back rent. housing advocates say protections are still desperately needed. some were caravan rallying yesterday in san francisco driving home the message that the pandemic is not over. moratorium was put in place to stop evictions during the height of the pandemic where millions of americans either lost their jobs or couldn't work for months. now housing advocates are fearful with the september 30 expiration date. at 10:30, officials with governor newsom's office will be here helping the renters apply for assistance. 6:56. time for a look at this morning's other top stories. >> at least one person is dead after a house fire in santa clara county. flames broke out two hours ago at a home on tuscany place in cupertino along highway 85. no word on a cause or
information on the victim. contra costa investigators looking into a fire that damaged site of faith worship center in pittsburg. no injuries were reported. oakland unified school district will hold a virtual meeting for spanish speaking families. the focus is a mandate for students 12 and up. they have not decided when the mandate will start. san jose mayor, city council members, community leaders rallying to end the sale of flavored tobacco in the city. a live look outside, an air quality advisory has been extended for bay area due to wildfires burning across the state. air quality is not expected to be unhealthy. the reason why, we are looking at good air quality for the bay area. we have onshore flow and westerly winds helping at least at the surface at ground level push the haze out of here. you might see it aloft in the
upper levels of the atmosphere but we are looking good at the surface. i am tracking drizzle along the coast and around the bay for a wet start this morning and tracking a weak cold front that will bring light scattered showers through the afternoon. here we are at noon, showers across lake and mendocino. through the rest of the afternoon, better chance of wet weather north of the golden gate. here is 5:00 p.m. with light scattered showers at the north bay, coast, possibly even the san francisco area and looking at a few hundredths of an inch of rain. cool temperatures across the region as we go through the afternoon. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic and the traffic alert. the investigation continues into a deadly crash east bound 80 at el portal. we have two left lanes blocked until further notice. it's noncommute direction but we are tracking brake lights in both directions. stick with san pablo as an alternate to avoid brake lights on the freeways. once you are past that it looks
better towards the maze. south 880 at the embarcadero exit, reports of a crash blocking the left lane. filmed in the bay area, still breaking records this morning. >> it has now topped box office four weekends in a row. >> thought i could change my name and start a new life. >> the first ever asian led super hero movie filmed in san francisco is the highest grossing movie of the pandemic. we are talking more than $363 million worldwide. >> i still need to see that. >> me too. it's on the list. >> we've got a long list, len. >> it's like a cvs receipt. that's how long it is. the news continues on cbsn bay area. >> cbs mornings is next. join us for our launch of our new 3:00 p.m. newscast. join allen martin starting today and every week bay after the drew barrymore show. >> it will be followed by cbs
evening news with norah o'donnell. have a great day. ♪ welcome to "cbs mornings" and hello to you our viewers in the west on this monday. i'm gayle king. >> i'm tony dokoupil. >> and i'm nate burleson. >> let's go to today's eye opener. it's your world in 90 seconds. i heard a loud bang and then the cars tipped and all i could think was, oh, [ bleep ]. >> investigators search for answers after a deadly amtrak derailment in montana. we are on the ground there. the president's $3.5 trillion agenda is in peril with democrats still at odds ahead of some key votes. and the threat of a government shutdown looms.
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