tv Today in the Bay NBC September 21, 2010 5:00am-6:00am PST
i'm christie smith. we have tip to help you stay safe. >> giants playoffs tickets go on sale today. find out how you can get them this tuesday, september 21st, today in the bay. good morning. i'm laura garcia cannon. >> i'm brent cannon. it's 6:00 and we begin with rob and the forecast. still cool. >> downright chilly for this time of year. san jose is 55 degrees this morning. you want a jacket as we step outside. in the case of san francisco and the coast, keep that jacket with you all day. a strong sea breeze and 60s to low 70s inland. 80s and 90s in the forecast. >> thanks a lot, rob. breaking news out of the south bay. a live look at the scene of a deadly accident in san jose. it's at the almaden expressway
and via va lenty. at least one person is dead. the car caught fire after hitting a tree. we are trying to get more information and we bring it to you as often as we get updates there. >> traffic arkted through the area. we have schools closed. >> the entire expressway is closed down to harry drive. a local landmark is the pw market. south of there, you can't access the expressway. local to the area, camden avenue is alternate and parallel. it also goes past leland high school by bret hart little school. approach from the camden side and use bret hart drive as well heading towards the middle school, but it affects local traffic. we don't know how long it will last. the police department is doing
the investigation. it's over a one-mile area. that's the reason for the closure. we will follow this and the rest of the freeways are moving smoothly. back to you. >> we also have a developing story we are following. nbc news said nine u.s. soldiers are dead from a helicopter crash in afghanistan. the deaths make 2010 the deadliest year for foreign troops. a few details really available about the crash at this time. the taliban claims to have shot down the helicopter and nato said there no reports of enemy fire in the area. new this morning, we have a safety alert for women. east bay police said to be alert as you get in and out of your car. they sexually assaulted two women and are looking for him. christie smith is at lake merit where the attacks happened. >> good morning. we have been out here talking with a lot of women who are exercising and kind of surprised that no one has heard of this. two women robbed and sexually
assaulted. oakland police are putting out a warning to be careful and cautious when you are coming and going. particularly in your car. make sure when you get in, you lock the door behind you. stay in well-lit areas where there people. if you are not alone. this happened on sunday evening and investigators believe that the same man may be responsible. this happened year the lake and police are not saying where. the women were on the way home. this man is armed and this morning we spoke with a woman who is out here walking her dog. >> like anyplace, you think you have to be on alert and i carry mace with me at all times in the morning when i walk the dog. you have to be careful no matter where you live. >> did you hear about what was going on? >> i didn't, no. i haven't seen more police
present at all. >> she said she ordered her mace online and it makes her feel safe. the suspect is described as an african-american male in his 20s with a medium build and wearing dark clothing at the time. they are working on a sketch so as soon as we get that information, we will bring it to you. christie smith, today in the bay. >> thanks for the update and police in the south bay are looking for an attacker. a man tried to rape a jogger on a san jose trial. the woman is a triathlete and she fought back. she was running on the coyote park trail at the south end. when she said the man jumped in front of her. the suspect is an hispanic male about 5'6" and 150 pounds. >> the senate could vote to
overturn the military's don't ask don't tell policy. senators are supposed to end debate on the $725 billion policy bill. include side a repeal of the law. it will most likely pass if democrats can stop a filibuster. they passed a similar measure in may. compromises are expected to pass after the november elections. the president is expected to sign the bill. >> a report out claims a california public pension fund handed out bonuses while the value plummeted. the report looks at the california public pensions employees retirement system otherwise known as calpers. they said almost all calpers investment managers got bonuses of $10,000 and several got more than $100,000.
it may have happened in the 2008, 2 thousand 9 fiscal year when they lost $59 billion. hewlett packard will not stop the former ceo from taking a job at oracle. he agreed to give up hp stock and take a job as oracle's copresident without spilling hp's trade streets. he was forced out in a sexual harassment investigation. >> wal-mart is making hopes of moving into san francisco. the chain is being looking for locations to open a down-sized store. the plan will be announced in the meeting with analysts. wal-mart will have to get over several hurdles before opening stores in san francisco. the city requires special permitting for chain stores to open. >> 6:06 and the giants necessary a playoff, but you can get the postseason tickets.
they go on sale this morning. you can buy it through the giants website. sale starts at 10:00 and they're a half game ahead in the nl west and play the cubs in chicago tonight at 5:00. >> the 49ers take a day off and took the europe bowl champions on on monday night football. it got exciting in the 4th quarter. they got the score and they go for a 2-point conversion right here. they get it. now it's tied at 22. here come the saints marching down the field. it goes through! the saint guess on to win. >> when we stop putting the ball on the ground and doing things to hurd ourselves. we will be a good team. >> the coach is talking about the turnovers. the niners play the 2-0 chiefs.
you will never see a 49er wear number 80. they retired jerry rice's number at halftime. rice leads the nfl for most stats for wide receiver and won two super bowls with the niners. >> that's a red jacket. >> palo alto councilmembers have no confidence in the high speed rail project. the council passed a resolution unanimously last night. the council called for state and federal officials to pull funding for the project. the train is slated to travel between san francisco and los angeles. muni is looking for ways to beat fare cheaters. this was an update to yesterday's story. motion detectors opened the exit gate when is people walk up to them, but people are waving their hand and entering. yesterday police cracked down on anyone trying to sneak through and muny is working with the
makers of the gate to get that problem fixed. >> i don't think i could reach it. >> time is coming up on 6:09 and we want to take a look at the road. >> if you have a carpool two or more and using that express lane, put that sensor and fast track tag in to avoid a double charge. a smooth flow and the tail lights are southbound. a nice flow of traffic and we were seeing the slow down today. not so much. we are showing the you the approach. they're approaching the signs and the price overhead with problems and some of the disabled vehicles and crews causing distraction. no major issues including through livermore between highway 84 and the dublin interchange. we have debris on the roadway. keep that in mind. the toll plaza with no back up yet. we are watching for that.
>> the last day of summer and a cooler one. coming back on the weekend. >> with the first of fall, it will be hot. >> we can't seem to string together a week of warm weather, but we may come close. how to get to the weekend this morning, it's jacket weather. 58 degrees in san francisco. notice the see breeze are picking up and things will be cool. 61 in oakland and the southwest wind at 5 miles per hour. patches of low clouds and cool temperatures for the next couple of afternoons and beginning friday and heading into the weekend. 80s and 90s into the forecast later. air quality is just fine as the sea breeze strengthens. it's going to be a bit on the cool side. this will be responsible for sprarchging up the sea breeze. temperatures are dropping below average as we head through the first day of fall tomorrow. the last day of summer with a bit on the cool side.
today and tomorrow, friday and saturday, temperatures soar and 70s out on the coast. friday at least through minute. >> 6:10. the woman police say faked an attack faces charges whachl really got her into trouble. >> being overweight takes more than a toll on your health. what it means for your wallet size well. >> a list of the gas pipelines pg&e are most worried about. we will take a look at it, coming up.
the beautiful bay bridge in the distance. these are the highs. oakland just 67 and san jose is 73 and cool in san francisco. 64 degrees. >> we now know where the highest risk gas pipelines are located in california. some of them are located under the bay area neighborhoods. bob redell is live with a run down of where the pipelines are located. bob? >> reporter: good morning. turns out the bay area is littered with the pipelines, some of them on the peninsula and others across the bay. let's take number 14 on the top 100 list. a three-mile long section between vargas and mission. santa clara county is home to four pipes. some in san jose. novato and an 1800 foot segment that runs through a suburban
area of lynn darro street. the 6,000 footlong pipeline between page mill and sand hill. segments of that stretch of line made the top 100 list around the middle. because there was potential for corrosion that pg&e is monitoring. a university spokesperson said they don't want anyone to be alarmed, but they said they want to meet to find out what pg&e has done and will do to improve the segments. . >> get pg&e on it right away. this was good rchb at stanford that i would hate to see the campus injured for lack of a better term from an explosion. >> do you trust pg&e? >> trust is an interesting word. what else can we do?
>> interestingly, perhaps tragically, the segment of pipeline that exploded in san bruno was not on pg&e's at risk pipelines. bob redell, today in the bay. >> thanks for the update. >> leland ye represents that area and joins us live in the newsroom right now. >> thanks for having me. >> people highly concerned about what went on and concerned about what's going on denegotiate their own homes. you are working on a disaster relief package. >> now that the explosion and the fire has been set aside, we have a look at how we repair lives and part of it is a financial repair and with many individual who is lost their homes and no longer able to occupy their homes, they will lose the tax exemption. what my bill will do is to back
bill that exemption and the local government and the school districts will lose money and these structures are no longer there and don't get the property tax. finally those individuals who have not lost their jobs or lost their business, we will use that loss as a way of helping out with attack liability. this is a small way of trying to rebuild their lives. >> the state has a disaster relief funds allocated to something like this. this is important for people to understand. we are close to three months without this state having a balanced budget. our own households in this economy, everybody scrimping and saving and they have to balance the checkbook. why can't we do it in our state capital? >> the governor is back and he was away on a trade mission. now he is a little bit more engaged. >> yeah, but this has been going on for a long time before the mission. >> you are absolutely right and
these are tough decisions we are making after years and years of a poor economy. we made cuts of $40 billion, $20 billion and back it a $19 billion. the choices are difficult and everyone is trying to hold on to important issues. that's where the battle is. >> we are in a deadlock. it's a battle. you look at the numbers tick on and on, when are we going to get it done? >> now that the governor is back, she more engaged and believe we will finally get a budget. >> i don't know that you can blame it on him being away and all of a sudden we roll up our sleeves and get it done. >> a lot of this is the alignments of different things and now that he is back it's a lot easier. >> let's get it done. thank you very much for joining us. >>. >> house democrats hope to revamp rules at pharmaceutical
plants over seas and hope the rules will help better police the increasingly global market place for prescription drugs. they want to increase the inspections and recall power. there is growing concern over the quality and safety of certain products. >> today is world alzheimer's day. they suggest the u.s. is in denial about the impact of the disease. more than 35 million people around the world have some form of dementia. the group alzheimer's disease international reports today that dementia will cost $604 billion worldwide. today it's bringing 100,000 signatures to capitol hill, begging congress to make alzheimer's a national priority. >> we need more research and a plan for alzheimer's oppenheimers to see the changes occur for the people who would otherwise suffer from the disease in the years ahead.
they report nearly half of those with dementia are upper income. most are living at home with a spouse. obesity also drains the wallets. the annual cost of being obese is about $1400 for women and $2600 for a man. they take into account 6 days and loss of productivity and need for gasoline. it costs women more because they tend to learn less, but it doesn't vary that much for heavy men. >> not all doctors are buying this. the risk of having a heart attack was reduced by 19 percent per for people who had a flu vaccination. some don't buy the results. if getting the shot truly prevented 19% of heart attacks, it would have been noticed
before. another doctor said a link between heart attacks and vaccinations existed. the 19% reduction. >> bethany storro said a stranger threw acid in her face, but last week she admitted that she did it to herself and she now faces charges including theft because he accepted money from fund-raisers. >> i don't think is anyone is really mad about what she did. they are more sad. why would someone do that to themselves? >> prosecutors say police will arrest her when the time is right. right now she is in the hospital. >> we are getting early reports that twitter has been exploited and hacked into right now, thousands of people are saying a third party can get into it.
in other news, another court appearance is in lindsay lohan's future. a judge issued an arrest warrant. lohan will not be arrested, but have to appear in court on friday. the judge issued that less than a month after she was released on rehab. lohan said she failed her court-ordered drug and alcohol screening. another arrest means a year in prison for paris hilton. the heiress pleaded guilty in las vegas yesterday. a judge sentenced her to one year probation. hilton will go to prison if she arrested for anything other than a minor traffic violation. we have an accident to
report southbound. 880 approaching highway 84. accidents over on the shoulder and a disabled vehicle in the same area. a couple of issues that might contribute to a slowing, but this is not where we see the slow down. we see it forming and as it is, southbound 880 approaching 92. heading out of hayward, a smath drive and no major slowing there. the major slow suggest in antioch. coming off of a street to horizon. the speed is 17 miles per hour. where it's red, below that. coming down into pittsburgh. debris reported around livermore. it's not adding to the commute in any major fashion. good news, likely they have cleared and some folks have
slowing. the bay bridge and the toll plaza and the volume picking up here. the lights will be turning on any second here. >> we cannot tell you what's on board this rocket. th will find out why the ese prtient ismes to c s o the present times is so top secret. up next. >> hearing the voice -- hi! welcome to progressive.com. come on in, and i'll give you a free quote. quote and compare in about 8 minutes. now, that's progressive. call or click today.
new this morning, top secret cargo after a rocket launch. bases near santa barbara. the rocket was carrying a pay load for the national reconnaissance office. the organization overseas with the spy satellites and no details about what was on it. it launched around 9:00 last night. a report said the fbi overstepped authority in the years after the september 11 attacks. the report from the justice department also accuses the fbi of misleading congress.
it is accused of using terrorism for several activist groups between 2001 and 2006. they idea green peace and peta. >> we want to check in with rob for a look at the morning forecast. it's cool out there. >> it's giant weather with clear skies for the most part. 55 degrees and for the afternoon, a light jacket or long sleeve t-shirt is fine. 73 for a high and the warmest places running into the mid 70s and low sick no, sir san francisco. thanks to a stronger sea breeze, it will feel chilly. today and tomorrow, the coolest days of the week and things make a turn for the hotter. 80s and 90s inland towards saturday and sunday.
our state is in a real mess. and i'm not going to give you any phony plans or snappy slogans that don't go anywhere. we have to live withinur. means we have got to take the power from the state capitol and move it down to the local level, closer to the people. and no new taxes, without voter approval. we have got to pull together not as republicans or as democrats but as californians first. at this stage in my life, i'm prepared to do exactly that.
they are popping up in communities throughout the bay area. we will fill you in in a live report. >> controversial military plan may come to an end soon. we will have a live report from washington. a live look at the marks with the opening bell about to make a move on interest rates. >> the 680 expressway and day two of the slowing we see here. the metering lights on the bay bridge and an accident affecting your drive. we have more on today in the bay. good morning and thanks for joining us. >> the last full day of summer feels like fall. we want to check in with rob. >> if you are sending the sids outside to school, take a jacket and put it on them. 40s and 50s and lunchtime is
mild thanks to a stronger sea breeze. increase in high clouds and low to mid 60s and low 70s around san jose. back to you. >> nbc news said nine people are dead after a crash in afghanistan. the chopper said they shot it down, but there no reports of any enemy fire in the area. the deaths make 2010 the deadliest year in the afghan war for foreign troops. you or someone you know could be living in neighborhoods sitting on high risk gas pipelines. they released the list of the top 100 areas of concern. live in balo alto with where they are located. >> reporter: some of the areas of concern fall here in palo alto on the campus of stanford university.
a spokes woman saying they don't want anyone to be alarmed that the campus is home to some of the pg&e's segments. they released the top 100 list of the gas pipeline in response to the explosion over a week and a half ago in san bruno. ranked in the middle are four segments of a section of pipeline that runs along the southwestern edge of stanford university. this is roughly between page mill and sand hill. the utility put the sections on the list because they have the potential for corrosion. there is no need for immediate repair. something that p go g and e is monitoring. >> hopefully they are telling everything rather than a piece of bad news. they are monitoring it hopefully very well and aside from that,
when is it planned to be replaced? >> we are not aware of the plan to replace the pipeline, but stanford university is concerned. they don't want team to be alarm and they are asking for a meeting with pg&e to find out why are those segments on the list and what is and what has been done to improve them and make them better? live here in palo alto, bob redell in the bay. >> thank you very much. oakland could be the next city to get uniformed cameras for the police officers. this is an update to a story we brought you last week. the council will vote on plans to buy 350 cell phone-sized video cameras. this is a look at san jose as they hook on the ear. the police chief said the move
would benefit officers and the people of oakland. >> it allows me to watch the intersection and make sure that we are doing the correct things with search and seizure and if we get a complaint from a resident or citizen, it allows me to show the citizens this is what occurred and the procedures and why we support the officers. >> officers would have to turn cameras on if they make an investigative stop. >> students and teach teachers will urge dianne feinstein to support the dream act and provide undocumented students who have been in the u.s. since child hoot a path for citizenship. the rally is set for 7:00 this morning at the office on post street minutes before a crucial vote is scheduled in washington, d.c. bikers will begin a five-day
ride to raise awareness for the climate and are you newable energy. it begins near yreka and ends in san francisco. it will raise money for three nonprofits. this is the first multiday, multicity bicycle right to draw attention to the climate and renewable energy issues. >> better deals and better prices when you eat out. a survey found diners are cutting back by getting better deals in the process. the average cost of a meal in san francisco dropped about 60 cent this is year. about half of the people surveyed found better deals than they were eating out. about 40% said they got better service. food trucks. the best bang for the buck is a truck that beat out the best buy n and out. >> we just reported a few
moments ago that twitter has been hack and that impacts thousands of users. here's what happens when you move your mouse over a tweet. you are taken to another site. >> it only affects the twitters and the home page. you can see where other third applications are okay. some people once removed that over that and a third can just jump in. >> par use twitter sometimes to send out traffic alerts. something was sent out from the page. i will see what you have to do. right now if you get a mysterious tweet from me. if you get that, don't click on it and house over that. it affects tons of people in the south bay and the east bay and coming out of the city. we are looking at this affecting folks from the south bay. the live look shows you what's going on around the area of the
express lane. there is the slowing traffic not as bad as yesterday, but it's slow early on. we will follow this on the build out. through san jose, almaden expressway is closed down to harry drive because of an overnight deadly accident and another with injuries. a car fire by brent high school. back to you guys. >> thanks a lot. >> trying to see what you sent out. it was really from mike. maybe stay away from twitter. pab. >> apple could be working on a new version of the i pad. the tech rumor mill, coming up. an extra work experience can be a problem for job seekers. we will look at the problems faced by the older unemployed. >> meg whitman talks about how to solve the state's programs and jerry brown gets another endorsement. >> it's chilly outside.
temperatures around san francisco where the sea breeze is pumping in clouds and 61 in oakland. southwest wind picking up at 9 miles per hour. a system offshore is going to be the trigger to a stronger sea breeze today and will spill high clouds our way. here's a look at the highs. last day of summer feels like fall. sicks from san francisco to oakland. only 70s acrossed inland valleys. the weekend ahead, summer come back. 80s and 90s inland. >> meg whitman said if she has to, she will spend her money to get her issues passed if she is elected. to balance the budget, the state workers should need to take pension cuts. if they don't, she is willing to put it on a state ballot and the former ceo would consider putting her own money behind it
67. >> finding a job is tough, but it's more so for people over 55. people over 55 take 39 weeks usually to find a job which is longer than any other age group. many of the unemployed over 55 say a lot of times when they go to get a job, they are told they are too qualified for it. >> as i went along, i was told in several jobs i was overqualified and they were afraid i would get bored. conversely, i don't want to starve to death either. >> 2.2 million unemployed are 55 and older. nearly half have been unemployed for six months or longer. >> a controversial military rule could go away as they plan to end debate on a $725 billion bill. that includes a repeal of the law.
today in the bay, tracy pots in washington. will there be a political price to pay? >> you bring up an interesting point. it could play into the mid-term elections. this is an nash favored democrats if you look at the polls. one of the latest shows 61% wants gays to be able to openly serve in the military. they taxed on this massive bill that the senate will start debating. 13,000 members of the military have been dismissed as a result of being openly gay. what will happen from this point? we know in sell a judge struck it down as constitutional. it's being framed as the late gaga versus john cane before.
supporting the idea of gays in the military. what critics say not that they are against the repeal, but they want to wait until the report comes out december 1st. military is looking at the attitudes of members and how it can be imp elementsed. tracie potts, today in the bay. >> friends and family roomily of the miners are trying to stay upbeat. . they held a benefit last night organized to raise money for the families of the trapped miners. many live in a tent city next to the 9 san jose, chile. rescue workers say they are several weeks away from getting to the miners who are trapped. >> it's a steapt remember will the winning streak come to an end. more news for the bottom line.
good morning. >> good morning to you. stocks are lower, but marginally after the nice really yesterday. the stock firm muted overnight and europe is pretty muted as well. investors are hopeful they may unveil new moves. the fed that makes the document this afternoon is wrestling with weather on how to one of the the economy. most experts don't expect action to be taken today. they can't lower rates. we are already at near zero. housing starts rose 10.5% in august, the biggest increase at nof are at the highest level of four months. >>an lifts from rodman and renshaw cites they would be a skip now. a video application is available on the latest i pot and iphone.
it is believed apple can rifle samsung's galaxy tab device and will be offered on four wireless carriers. back to you. >> we also have an update to twitter. we told you the account had been hacked. if you got on manually, there was a chance a third party could get into your account. we are now being told from the director of digital media that twitter closed down the bug. if you force someone to follow you, that person now has to machineual low unfollow you. the best bet is to stay away from it, but they said they returned to normal. >> the head of the class when it comes to customer satisfaction. the cupertino company scored 86 out of 100, making it the
highest scoring computer country in the country. dell and hp skering and all were up from last year. >> we will check in with mike and on the count when it comes to traffic. >> that's where it counts. we will take care of that and for jason for getting that information as well. we are looking at southbound 680. 30 miles per hour. the live look showing us a slow drive down to so noel grade. the slow down started about 6:20 where we saw the slowing approaching the area where we see the new express lane take effect. when you get in, you can't get out until auto mall and 237. keep that in mind as you head through the area and you don't have to read too much. there is the slow down, but not quite as bad. at skpakt slows a bit. all directions picking up in
volume. the a's will play the ball game past the coliseum. that is your morning commute backed up towards emeryville. very slow. about 22 minutes and building off of the bridge and smooth for hercules, richmond and berkeley. the glowing lights with fog creeping in. >> we are starting to see the low clouds fill in this morning. you can see the temperatures across the north bay are chilly with 40s to mitt 5s in flay and for most of the bay area, a long steve t-shirt or sweatshirt will be fine. keeping temperatures down. 60s and 70s inland. starting friday it's the opposite. 80s and 90s in and 70s and 80s near the coast. low 70 no, sir fay is. upper 60s around oakland and
even the north bay valleys will see highs only climbing into the 70s with increasing clouds. as we head towards the weekend, summer comes back with 90s popping up inland. back to you. >> we have a safety alert for the woman in your life. be on the look out for suspicious activity getting in and out of your car. police are on the hundred dollar for a who did just that. live why where the attacks took place. christie? >> two women sexually assaulted on their way home in the evening. police reminding women to be in well-lit areas and make sure you lock your car door behind you. we have been sitting with pem and most of them haven't heard of it, but they seem well-prepared.
investigators are not saying which side of the lake. they believe the same guy could be responsible for both of these attacks. he is armed. we spoke with a pair of women exercising this morning and is angry she feels threatened. >> yes. i don't know what to do. kdically i walk around, but i don't think it will bring my shotgun. >> she showed us the can of mace that a lot of women carry. she also has a can of bear spray. the attacker is described as an african-american male in his 20s with a medium build with dark clothing. he's about 5'10" to 6 feet tall. oakland police are working on a skpech when we dpet it, we will bring to to you. >> today in the bay. >> we will be anxious to see it. >> michael douglas attended a
premier for a new movie. he did walk the red carpet in new york for the premier of wall street, money never sleeps, a sequel to the 1987 film wall street. he won an oscar for the rowe as gordon gekko. shia labeouf is in that movie and it comes out on friday. >> she hoping to get well. >> he has a tough fight. >> check in with mike with a note on closures? >> an overnight deadly accident on almaden expressway. >> an accident that crashed in a fire resulted. the expressway south of via va lente further south. use camden avenue and if you are a local, you know where it is. this takes you in the vicinity
of leland and both of those you have to offer. bret hart as well as bern side are two major roadways that go through the area. as well off of highway 185. traditional slowing and i wanted to point this out, very good back upstarting there coming through, but nothing compared to yesterday with almost a full stop. this may be a result of folks looking at the read out. it's only day two of the new expressway. >> something to get used to. the weather these days. it's hot? >> we have been getting used to mild temperatures. today is the last full day of summer. patchiy low clouds towards lunchtime. we will get 70s and inland. the sea breeze will keep it down on the coast and the peninsula. high clouds spilling in this evening that makes for a nice
sunset. the fog will stick around the coa coast. the temperatures are cool, but as we head towards the weekend, not only 80s and 90s, but offshore winds which as you know this time of year, we have to watch for fire danger. the winds don't get too desperate. an update to the story we brought you last month. you may remember the video of a british woman caught on tape throwing the cat into a garbage can? she has been charmed with two counts of animal cruelty. she just walked away. now she had to walk into court. lola was trapped for 15 hours before she was rescued. now she has to do her time. let's face it. thank you very much for joining us. >> another local news update in
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