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damian trujillo is live in milpitas with why this crash scene may turn into a crime scene very soon. dami damian, good morning. >> reporter: they are still investigating. two lanes ever 680 here south of scott creek road remain closed. we're hearing about 6:00 is when they might even begin to reopen it. here is what happened. construction crew was picking up construction signs here, they were doing emergency road repairs. the chp says a silver nissan veered off the road and pinned the worker against his truck. that worker unfortunately died here at the scene. another construction worker was moderately injured. he is at the hospital as well. the driver of that nissan had to be extricated from his car. he is facing life threatening injuries at local hospital. here's why police say this might turn into a crime scene. >> at this point we're going to try to determine the reason for the collision, why the silver
nissan left the roadway and collided with the contract workers and the vehicle and to find out if dui was a factor in this collision. >> reporter: if this does turn into a crime scene these lanes might be closed for the foreseeable future. that's why the chp says it's very important to pay attention to those warning signs that say workers ahead or construction ahead. in other words, slow for the cone zone is what the chp is saying. and mike inouye, our traffic reporter again, mike, they tell us about 6:00 is when they will start possibly reopening the lanes but they are not sure. >> thank you. damian continues to follow that situation. a tragedy there as far as your morning commute so far there's also an impact determined to be a sigalert. probably an hour and maybe more depending on the circumstances. get you located where this is relative, here is the bay area. south bay at the bottom. coming out of san jose, milpitas and up to fremont.
scott creek road. you see orange sensors that it slowed. approaching damian's area. that's when the commute is getting started. traditionally counter commute. the bulk coming south out of fremont and into milpitas. but we do have slowing past that scene. use northbound 880, cross over at mission boulevard which is clear but we do see a little bit of traffic flow starting to build in the last few minutes. so people aren't already thinking about the alternate, follow this because it will be at least 6:00, maybe longer. we'll get those from damian and follow the effects on your commute. >> we have an update to breaking news out of the east bay. police in hayward investigating a shooting, a woman was shot and left in a parking lot of an apartment complex in hayward. it happened after 11:00 an sleepy hollow street near west tenn tennison road. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning. right now the problem is police
do not have a suspect info action description, because their only witness has been in surgery, that's the woman who was shot. it was around 11:00 last night someone called, actually a lot of people called 911, police tell us, to report hearing lots of season shots. the first on the scene found this woman lying on the ground at this apartment complex. she had been shot multiple times. she was by herself. she had been in surgery as i mentioned. police tell us her injuries are most likely life threatening. they hope they are eventually able to talk to her because right now as i mentioned she is the only witness to her shooting. she may be able to give a lead who shot her and why so. far police know of people who heard the shooting but not anybody who witnessed it. >> there's not a lot of leads for tuesday go on. our inspectors are currently working every angle they can. and eventually we'll be able to
get something from this. >> reporter: when we spoke with p.d. an hour or two ago at the time they had not had an i.d. yet on the woman. we will look into whether there was some sort of argument beforehand. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> two young children are recovering after they were hit by a car while trick-or-treating. this happened in the north bay. the 12 and 13-year-old boys were hit while in a crosswalk in the town of cloverdale. police say the driver is a 75-year-old man and he is cooperating with the investigation. officers do not think he was drinking, speeding or even using his cell phone. the boys were taken to the hospital. their conditions are not known. >> the sonoma county supervisor accused of trying to break into a santa rosa home will be in court. 32-year-old was arrested back in july after a woman called police saying someone was trying to break in through her bedroom
window. while police were on the way he knocked at the front door, identified himself as a neighbor and then ran away. he's charged with one misdemeanor count of peeking. >> a south bay father is in fail facing child endangerment charges after police say he left his kids 18 an suv for 15 hours. julio reyes parked his car about 10:00 tuesday night. he then went off to meet a friend. neighbors reported the car to police around 1:00 the following afternoon. inside police found reyes' 8-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter alone with the doors unlocked. the kids were immediately taken into protective custody. reyes did not report his children or suv missing until late wednesday night. >> it's 5:05. this morning police are still trying to track down the owners of two pit bull mixes that attacked people in antioch. a man was walking his dog when's
when two dogs he says attacked him. neighbors were also bitten. officers shot and killed one of the dogs t other is being garn teened. if no one claims the animal in ten days police say it will be put down. >> good morning to you. it's 5:06 on this friday. we made it to the weekend. you know, it's going to get nice on this friday. meteorologist christina loren, what are we talking, in the 70s? >> 70s, 80s. yeah, it's going to be the warmest day of the week. i wanted to show you your lunch time temperatures. yesterday we stayed cool all the way through noon. but today everything changes. look at this. at 1:00 p.m. we're talking 68 degrees, 70 in fremont and 69 on the way to san jose. that's not even as far as we're going to climb. this afternoon we expect a return of the 80s. just for one day only but hey, i think you're going to like it.
temperatures climbing nicely. we'll look at your city by city highs, your weekend forecast, that's coming up. right now let's check on your drives. i notice more value. maybe late night trick-or-treaters. >> couldn't sleep because she had so much sugar. we'll see. 101 through san jose, you see from our south day map it's not a major concern. things are shaping up in south bay. getting out of the south bay, the deadly crash at scott creek road. you leave milpitas and get into fremont at the southern end we have slowing. you ta pass the two closed lanes. there is an investigation for this deadly crash where a construction worker was killed. another major injury. we follow the flow of traffic, you can take 880 to mission, get around that seen. your commute dwrex these arrows starting to build early on a friday commute. aside from milpitas into
fremont, north 680. oakland, we'll see the volstad we the taillights. swb the headlights at the coliseum. there is the high street high rise. over the water no problems for the bridges. this is the san mateo bridge. the taillights move to the peninsula and we'll end with this shot as we still have traffic to 101, no delays through san francisco and san mateo. back to you. >> thanks so much. law enforcement agencies all over will take cart in a global tweet a-thon. among the agencies who will be tweeting, burlingame police, san leandro police, san mateo sheriff's office and redwood city police. the departments will start tweeting in just a few hours. >> it's 5:08. a world leader accuses twitter of hacking his account. >> plus, kraft making changes.
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says it's in the middle of an ùx unintended controversy. they changed the lyrics to the instead of gay apparel, hallmark switched it to fun apparel. two bay area residents who fought for years for marriage equality says changing it is a slap in the face. >> everybody enjoys it. and there wasekykykyiçñ need to a single word. >> they really are silencing -- think it's not/'ykyk÷ okay to s word gay. >> hallmark release add statement saying we never intend to offend or make political statements with our products. in hindsight we realize we should not have changed the lyrics. >> the woman who received a ticket for wearing google glass is going to fight it.
an officer pulled her over on tuesday for speeding. he tacked on a citation for distracted driving when he spotted her wearing those glasses. she argues google glass is not a video or tv screen so no law bans her from wearing it. >> kraft says it will stop using artificial dyes in three mac and cheese varieties. halloween and winter shapes. >> going gourmet. >> also add whole/h 9pr's and reduce sodium and saturated fat. the original elbow shaped macaroni and cheese is going to stay the same for now. >> san francisco's film incentive program could include web series like netflix's house of cards. the supervisor introduced the legislation.
the board will vote next week. it would add extra incentives like flashing the $100 a day film permit fee to $50 with films for budgets under $100,000. kykyiásan francisco film commission stins rebate program was establish ed established --ykyky -- >> lightest one so far. the tablet introduced earlier this smt twice as fast as the previous ipad thanks to a new processor. starting price for one of these, $499. >> walmart getting a jump on the >> walmart gettikykyymit(ájz th morning four weeks ahead of black friday. all of the details for us, good morning, mary. >> good morning, marla. ky"é about chri after halloween.
let's first of all look at where the market is expected to open this morning. futures pointing to a higher open now after stocks faded yesterday the dow, the nasdaq and s&p their first back-to-back declines in more than three weeks. the nasdaq lost 11 points. the markets still closed out october on a positive note. it was the fourth best month of nasdaq. today we'll get data on manufacturing as well as earnings from chevron. walmart kicking off the holiday season early about a month offering online deals starting today. some include a 42 inch l.e.d.tv for $299.ykykykcxz retailers worried they have to resort to heavy discounts in
until the evening hours on saturday. that's your day for outdoor plans. once this disturbance comes through we stop the clock for you on futurecast for winds at 6:00 p.m. starting to get the oranges and the reds, that wind will be gusty through saturday night into sunday morning. so not great weather for the beach. as a result it's going to be blustery. so keep in mind we're going to see the strongest wind speeds from the north bay down the coastline. won't be that bad but certainly breezy enough to where you want to bring in the outdoor objects that could get knocked around. as we head into this weekend. here's the good news.
we turn those clocks back one hour saturday night into sunday. if you have a clock you still have to change don't forget that or you might show up to work early. hey, who wants to do that. check your drive. here is mike inouye. >> i can't break my trend of squeaking in right before the show. the bay area overall looking pretty mild. we do have one report of debris in the road north 101, you come in toward blossom hill. a little slowing just below the speed limit but we're watching for crews. 3 have to remove debris. the south bay light flow, no slowing here. getting out of the south bay we continue to follow our sigalert northbound 680 up toward the top of the screen here, that crash at scott creek road. damian trujillo is on the scene. this is a deadly crash. one person killed, two with what sounds like major injuries, an accident and scene investigation which continues to have two lanes blocked. slowing from 237 up to scott creek road. you can use 880 to mission and you're fine through the area
getting past the scene. it's counter commute. this is your commute direction typically for even friday. we see that build now west 580 and 84 heading through livermore to sunol and pleasanton. no delays. the rest of the approach toward the bay bridge toll plaza, the maze, an easy flow. a little bump up in the volume through the area. a smooth drive here as well as through the north bay. the bay bridge toll plaza is not a problem here. a smooth flow down the east shore freeway. no metering lights and no issue on the span. in the north bay southbound 101, just starting to see a bump up for san rafael and volume korean but you're at the limit. back to you. >> mike, thanks so much. 5:19. an investigation at disneyland paris is under way after an accident sent a 5-year-old boy to the hospital. the boy whose condition is improving apparently fell out of a boat on the pirates of the caribbean ride wednesday. it's not clear how or what caused the boy to fall into the water. the park official says this is
the first incident of its kind to happen on the popular ride which is now closed until further notice. >> 5:19. mexican lawmakers are close to approving new taxes on all fatty foods and soft drinks. the mexican senate just approved an 8% tax on all high calorie foods. although this needs to be approved by the lower house both houses have already agreed to an 8 cent per liter tax on soft drinks. the mexican government announced an education campaign which would offer an official seal for lower calorie high fiber snacks. >> another nation that could be combatting obesity with taxes is britain. a new study says putting a 20% tax on soda could cut the number of obese adults in the uk by 180,000. researchers say even if it's just 1.3% drop it's worth it. about one in four britains are considers obese. >> it's 5:20 now. the the winchester mystery house doing something different to
welcome back everyone. what a beautiful live look outside this morning. lights are glistening, kind of holding on to the glow of halloween. lots of folks celebrating last night. take a look at this. scary. there were long lines to get into the haunted house in san jose. it's the temple of doom, a haunted house built by bob shiro. he has been doing it for 12 years but this time more than 5,000 people lined up to see it. he says he does it because it brings out the kid in him and he's already working on next year's theme. >> i like it. cool. >> one of my neighbors does that. i went in and it was kinds of
spooky. >> you get scared? i get mad. >> they jump out. >> karate moves. >> it's frightening first, the celebration at the winchester mystery house. >> the house, they are joining forces to have an alter in the maze across the street from the mansion. you can check it out at the celebration today or tomorrow. it also marks the start of the self-guided audio tour in spanish at the winchester mystery house. >> let's look at the forecast now with meteorologist christina loren. >> you know, it's going to be nice out there today. temperatures right now are a little chilly but it's one of those days if you've been wanting to wear a tank top, short sleeve shirt, the short shorts you can do it later on. 46 in livermore, 47 at san jose.
chances are in the bay area, the tan is not right for the short shorts. inland 81, 75 bay side at the coast 73 degrees for today. as we head throughout the next couple days we've got major changes ahead. i'm going to show you those on the seven-day forecast coming up. right now talk to mike inouye. >> looking to the south bay. traffic flows nicely right now. we see right in the middle of the screen the yellows for north 280. we see a burst of traffic. it's only down to 59, 58 miles per hour. we are looking out of the south bay, still slowing because we have the two lanes blocked north 680 at scott creek road. the sigalert because of a deadly crash overnight damian trujillo continues to follow the investigation there. and we still have no word from chp when this will reopen. for the timing north 880 toward mission is the cut there. 880 north through oakland we'll see a live look here and we see the volstady for the northbound
side. southbound picking up a little volume out of down town down to the san mateo bridge. over that san mateo bridge we see as you come off the bridge the high rise with the headlights into foster city, we're picking up company. we still are at the limit across the span which is just fine. so is the peninsula. back to you. >> that's good news. 5:26. the vote today that will determine whether or not b.a.r.t. workers will stay on the job. >> we continue to follow breaking news, a construction worker killed after finishing up work on a major south bay freeway. damian trujillo is talking to police. he will have a live update. >> a woman fighting for her life after she is shot outside a hayward apartment complex. police trying to piece together what happened. ] all right,she h. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams]
interstate 680 where a contract worker for caltrans died after a car hit him. damian trujillo is live in milpitas with the latest on this investigation. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. chp opened the middle lane of northbound 680 but the lane closest to the edge of the highway remains closed and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. chp tells me they may bring in its multiaccident investigation team which means that this might be closed for the foreseeable future again. here's what we know so far. the crew was doing emergency repair work along highway 680 when a silver nissan veered off the roadway. that nissan pinned one of the construction workers against this truck, the worker died at the scene. a second worker was also injured. he has moderate injuries, he's at the hospital. the driver of the nissan had to be extricated. he, too, is at the hospital with life threatening injuries and
that's why chp says this may turn into a crime scene investigation. >> at this point we're going to try to determine the reason for the collision, why the silver nissan left the roadway and collided with both contract workers as well as the vehicle and to find out if dui was a factor in this collision. >> reporter: again, if the team does make it out then this lane will be closed for a good part of the morning if you will. i'm looking over at northbound traffic on the south end of the accident. it is really backed up. so, bring your patience as you commute along highway 680. damian trujillo, "today in the bay." laura, back to you. >> thank you. let's check that morning commute now with mike. he's monitoring it all for us. could be a messy one. >> exactly. as damian says he sees traffic stacking up. let me show you where this is. we'll look at the maps. the bay's looking green but this is as you come out of the south
bay and north, out of milpitas into fremont, north, see the traffic stacking up all the way up to scott creek road. you travel in that northbound direction. now he said one more lane has opened so now there's just your slow lane blocked. all of the crews including ours and other media crews and the investigation that continues, a lot of light there causing dix traction northbound. that's unexpected. you see north 880 a little fwit the left starting with a slowdown as the volume starts to build. use that as your alternate, things are going to get more crowded over the commute. 237 will also connect you to 880. the rest of the commute looking pretty good into the area. we'll cover that later. back to you for now. >> thanks. 5:31. overnight shooting has police in hayward looking for answers this morning. they say someone shot a woman more than once late last night,
then left her body near a popular apartment complex not far from trick-or-treaters knocking on doors. bob spoke with police and he is live in hayward now with his new information about the case. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it should be noted this shooting took place after most other trick-or-treating happened around 11:00 last night. so it's most likely not the case that there were kids out and with when this happened. this woman was not wearing a costume, by the way. hayward p.d. tells us they don't know if she lives in the complex or visiting. the problem is they don't know who they are looking for. in terms of suspects or suspect. it was around 11:00 last night someone called 911, had a lot calling in reporting gun shots. the first officers found this woman on the ground in an apartment complex. she had been shot multiple times, left by herself. it's not like they showed up and someone tending to her.
she has been in surgery. police tell us her injuries are most likely life threatening. they hope that she recovers so they can speak with her, obviously. because right now she is the only witness to her shooting. she might be able to give the investigator some sort of lead as to who shot her and why. so far police know people who heard the shooting but anybody that might have witnessed it. p.d. also looking into some sort of argument. as far as the identity of the woman they haven't figured that out as well. bob redell, "today in the bay." >> a health scare at stanford university has employees sanitizing dorms after more than 50 students have gotten sick. the university's health department is running tests but they think the norovirus is to blame. this week 52 students in the same dorm came down with a norovirus type symptoms. vomiting, stomach pains and headache and diarrhea. this is a time of year when
norovirus outbreaks happen it could be receiver days before they pinpoint a source. overnight crews cleaned the dining hall. >> a family from brazil is searching for a missing loved one. anna and her mother flew in after paulo netto called family monday night. he said he was in trouble and someone was trying to hurt him. his phone's location was on shotwell in the mission district. no one has heard from him since those calls. >>ly is a nice boy. he was not the type of troublemaker boy. he's really intelligent. he speaks four languages. >> rodriguez says it's very unusual for netto not to be in touch. he was supposed to take a bus back to los angeles on sunday but never boarded. his family filed a missing persons report with san francisco police. they are replacing his steps hoping for clues that lead them to netto.
>> b.a.r.t. workers will vote on a tentative deal that end add four-day strike last month. they agreed to the changes last tuesday. details of the contract have never been released but some of them trickled out. workers have to pay a little more for health conscious and contribute to pensions. they agreed on safety improvements, the results of the vote should be released tonight. >> let's take a look at the weekend forecast with meteorologist christina loren. it's a very nice day on this friday. >> yeah, you know, not only is it friday, the weekend looks pretty good. we get that time change on sunday and it's the good one, especially for us early risers, we're going to get an additional hower of sleep. when we meet back we'll have more sunshine. 49 degrees in san jose. i would have overlaid the satellite to show you how far that marine layer is way off shore about 50 miles away from san francisco. so we're starting out nice and clear. the sun is going to be out and
it's going to be a pretty sun rise. that happens about 7:30. a live look now, this is the golden gate bridge. no fog to get in the way of a smooth drive. we'll check on that with mike. weather headlines tell the story. a cold and clear beginning, then we'll see the warmest day of the week as we finish off the day. saturday, temperatures drop off, turning windy by the evening. so if you want to get outdoors it looks good early saturday. overnight into early sunday, though, the winds will kick up. and sweater weather returns as we head through sunday. temperatures are going to start out in the 80s, dropping into the 60s by sunday. i'll show you how that looks and we'll talk about what you can expect for the first full week of november. that's in my next report. first here is mike. >> we're looking here toward 101 northbound, all of these headlights, a little build in traffic flow. not a big issue. we're seeing the morning commute start to build. we'll look at the map of the
south bay. we have initial reports after crash. we see little blisters. getting out of the south bay north 680 to scott creek road we have the investigation where damian trujillo follows the details. they reopened one of the lanes so just the slow lane is blocked and slowing from milpitas up to scott creek. use 880 over to mission boulevard. the commute direction here out of the trivalley. they are starting to see the build and to the dublin interchange. we'll look across the bay and see how things are. a live look to show you. northbound 101, a light easy volume. no problems for the bay shore freeway and 280 moves along that part of the peninsula as well. >> thank you. hopefully this is smooth sailing. saturdaying sunday pedestrians and cyclist use the bay bridge
bike path. they implemented specific hours when daylight saving time ends sunday and it starts getting darker earlier. a spokesman says if you want to walk or bike the bridge get there before 4:00 p.m. to give yourself enough time to walk the 40-plus mile route. the new hours will be in effect until march. >> and starting tonight once that sun goes down the lights on the bay bridge will light up. since it was put back up or put on rather in march, the lights have been on every day from 2:00 a.m. until dawn. but illuminates the arts, the group that installed the project, got the time extended to dusk to dawn. so when it's dark out, the lights on the bay bridge will sparkle. as i said, the l.e.d. light sculpture was by the group illuminate the arts. there is a celebration tomorrow. >> it's always pretty. that will be great to see it on especially in the early morning hours.
5:41, just in germany's top securi security, german investigators want to talk to snowden about the national security agency's alleged monitoring of german chancellor angela merkel. germany's top security official wants clarification and further information, snowden could be asked to testify at the german parliament hearing later this month. >> starting today millions of families may not have enough food. food stamps are being cut because the stimulus money that boosted the benefits for last
four years it's run out. tracie potts live on capitol hill this morning and tracie, we can anticipate more cuts? >> reporter: right. in addition to the money that ran out and will have an immediate impact congress is looking at even deeper cuts to scale down this program that really mushroomed over the last several years, as a result of the recession. there was a deep recession, people weren't working, there weren't jobs and so people didn't have money for food and we had a lot more people on snap as they call it in d.c., the supplemental nutrition assistance program. they are trying to pull that back. the stimulus money that was included that raised benefits during the recession, that ran out last night. so, that's going to have an immediate impact. the benefit now averaging in california $147 per person per month. that's going to drop on average by $11 per person, $36 for a family of four. in addition to that democrats
and republicans both say they need to make cuts in this program. but there is a big difference in how much. democrats want to cut 4.5 billion, republicans ten times that and tie to the work status f. you are working less than 20 hours a week, if you are not in job training, the most you would be able to get under their plan are three months of benefits over a three-year period. they are still working that out. >> one we'll continue to watch. tracie potts live from washington. 5:43. the the new york city marathon is set to resume after being postponed by superstorm sandy. 45,000 runners expected to lace up the shoes and cross the finish line in central park. many of them not even phased by the boston marathon bombing. they aren't worried. but as a precaution extra security has been added and for the first time a security check point, last spring two bombs exploded near the finish line in boston, killing three and
injuring hundreds. the fbi is now investigating a security threat that targets a plane that flew out of sfo yesterday. the united express flight was headed to san antonio a7 when was diverted to phoenix. all 42 passengers were safely evacuated and nothing suspicious found on board. the fbi is not confirming the nature of this threat. >> holiday travel expected to be nicer now that the federal aviation administration has changed some of its electronic device policies. while airlines must still apply to the faa before they ease restrictions, many say they will do it in time for holiday travel. here are the rules. tablets, mp 3 players and electronic toys can be on the whole flight. cell phones can be used as long as they are in airplane mode which means no calling or texting during your flight. and keep in mind lap tops and other heavy devices you got to stow them during take-off and landing. >> i have to admit that most important part about the
forecast is the fact we get to fall back and get an extra hour of sleep this weekend. >> it means so much to us here. >> on the early morning shift it does. >> 60 minutes makes all the difference. >> it does. if you are joining us now chances are you, too, are excited about that time change. so it's the good one. also if you like to go to bed early it's going to darker at around 530 clock in the evening. so yes, sleep tight come sunday night. we'll meet back monday morning. keeping the good news coming is that we're going to get more sunlight for the morning drive. as mike inouye always points out, that means we're going to see the sun rise slowdown. we'll get to his report in a moment. it's chilly out there. you'll probably run your heater in the home and vehicle as you make your way out the front door. later on today if you don't like to drive with your windows down, you might be turning on the ac with a 40-degree temperature spread headed our way. i want to show you what the reason why. starting with this live look here, san francisco, crystal clear to kick off a friday first
day of november. it's going to be a really nice day. let's talk about airport delays. we don't have any, we're not expecting any throughout the morning because we're starting out clear but it's a getaway friday and that mean you try to get to the east coast keep in mind we already have delays right off the bat. getting into new york city. so right about an hour into laguardia, check ahead throughout the day with your carriers as those will likely ripple out. 76 in santa teresa. 76 in san jose and 75 in fremont. let's talk tahoe. if you want to get out there, look at the difference between saturday and sunday. saturday, it's going to be on the comfortable side, feeling like tahoe at 57. late saturday night an area of low pressure comes through, we expect snow showers up there. saturday night into sunday. the cold air trailing behind the front is going to keep your temperatures on sunday in the upper 30s. keep in mind they still have that peak fall color and it's spectacular.
a beautiful time to get up there. saturday into sunday, we are also going to see changes headed our way. temperatures will drop from the 80s today into the upper 60s by sunday inland and monday and tuesday slowly creeping back up temperaturewise. 74 degrees by wednesday. that looks like the warmest day of the week. the next system comes through on thursday. this one, it doesn't look promising now but it could get better. might bring us showers up in the north bay. but the chance is only 10 to 15% for the time being. we'll keep you updated. here is mike inouye and the morning drive. >> as we know the percentages change as those mornings go along so she's tracking the changes of the rain. we're looking here toward the bay area. we're having a good chance of slowing, we know that because it will be the morning commute. right now we have some as you leave the south bay. we have still northbound 680 starting to build. it's a little more gentle but in general out of san jose north of montague expressway up toward scott creek road, the scene of
this deadly crash. the investigation continues to have the slow lane blocked. damian is following. that the south bound side also distracted by the crews so we have seen the shift. where it's yellow it was down to 58, 59 miles per hour. to get around that thing you take 880 up toward mission and then cut over, again it's what ecall counter commute. your commute direction coming into the south bay out of the tri-valley and the east bay. we get a move on the maps we'll try to move them over. that's not going to move. we have mild slowing toward the dublin interchange no. major issues for west 580. here as you approach down the east shore freeway. you're at the speed limit for the most part. a live look shows you the bay bridge toll plaza with cash lanes starting to back up. back to you. >> thank you very much. happening now, mike, fire crews on the scene of a house fire in san jose. we got word that the fire has been knocked down.
san jose fire department, they tweeted throughout picture from the scene. they say all of the people inside made it out safely. no doubt they are still out on the scene. 5:49. the man moo lit up a grak pit during a deadly car chase with police will be back in court for sentencing. eric banford was convicted of second-degree murder in july after hitting and killing a motor igs danny dixon. this is his third strike. he could face 40 years to life in prison. his previous convictions include voluntary manslaughter after he punched a victim 18 drug robbery in 1991. the man accused of opening fire at a store inside san francisco's jewelry mart will be back in court today. a status update is scheduled for barry white jr. white is charged with 16 felony counts including murder and attempted murder. in july he entered a jewelry
store and opened fire, killing two women. white was reportedly upset about the value of jewelry he previously purchased. >> one game hits theaters today. thanks to the vision of elon musk. >> welcome to battle school. >> the makers say they brought in musk to figure out how to ground the movie in reality. he helped determine what travel into space would look like and what would happen up there. >> amazings. >> he's the right man to go to on that. >> a lot of vision that man has. the major government change that could mean extra money. >> one major snok food company read the release chocolate covered potato chips. >> the sharks player known for his caveman look prepares to shave it off.
talking football. 5:53. now the raiders play host to the philadelphia eagles sunday. a win would get them to the .500 mark for the season. kickoff is 1:05. it's a bye week for the 49ers. but when they return to play all-star linebacker aldon smith could be on the field with them. the team reactivated smith yesterday meaning he is eligible to play. smith was deactivated after he was arrested for dui and checked into a rehab. on november 12 he will face charges for that arrest and also weapons charges stemming from a previous incident. >> 5:53. the window for the mavericks big wave contest opens today.
any time through march 31 organizers can call for the start of the competition. when word goes out, 24 sports expert surfers have 24 hours to get to half moon bay. known as one of the most dangerous surf spots in the world the giant swells are legendary. >> the sharks player known around the league for his caveman look is getting ready to shave it all off for charity. take a look. today at noon, brent burns will allow a teammate to buzz off his hair and shave the beard. the foundation raced more than $23,000. it's growing, eventually it will be gone. and the money raised will be split between defending the blue line and the katie moore foundation which helps families and individuals fighting rare diseases. >> new government rules might help save you money on health care. restrictions on flexible spending accounts, they are going to be eased allowing you to carry up to $500 of unused
cash into next year. previously there was a use it or lose it policy for the accounts meaning if the money was not used by december 31, it was gone. people are allowed to set aside as much as $2500 a year for health care costs. >> a new snack food is rolling out next week. frito-lay is about to release chocolate covered lays potato chips, only at target through the holidays but if they are a big hit, it could become permanent. the move comes amid growing demand for flavor mash hups. we don't have enough choices out there. >> we'll have to check it out. different flavors, too. they say dark chocolate, i think mint. >> mint? i don't know about that. >> freshens your breath? i don't know. you're a potato chip gal. >> if i could only eat potato chips the rest of my life i would be a happy camper. we've got a good looking day shaping up. plenty of upper 30s to mid-40s
to start the day. we're really going to climb later on. temperatures reaching 81 inland, 75 degrees around the bay and 73 even in san francisco today at the coast, staying comfortable and enjoy that beautiful fall color around the bay area. we have a wind storm headed our way. it's going to knock a lot of the leaves off the trees. we'll detail that in the 6:00 hour. let's check your drive. it's picking up out there. here is sweet and savory mike inouye. >> some say salty. whatever. depends on my mood. looking here toward north 101 where the volume is building here. not a big surprise but let's show what's in the area. the map you see slowing here, that's the only slowing for the south bay. just before you get to that we have a crash reported moving to the shoulder at north 101 at tully. there is the build. north 680 getting out of milpitas up to fremont we still have good slowing as well, one lane blocked by the sigalert, the deadly crash. a smooth drive over the bridges. a crash 280 at 84 off of the air
bottom of the screen we're not seeing slowing there and a live look will end with the bay bridge. backup for the cash lanes at the toll plaza a. smooth drive across the span. >> pretty sight. thank you. >> 5:57. the fbi is scaling back its investigation into the shooting death of a santa rosa teen. what we have learned. that's coming up. >> we continue to follow breaking news. a woman shot outside a hayward apartment complex. police still trying to sort out what happened. we'll have a live report with the latest details next. what a judge has decided after a southern california city files suit against the makers of the popular sriracha hot sauce. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor.
an apartment complex in hayward. >> the other breaking story on 680 in milpitas where a construction worker is dead after a nissan veers off the road, pinning that worker between two cars. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm marla tellez. jon is off today. we will have live coverage on both of these breaking stories, but we want to begin with damian trujillo live along interstate 680 near scott creek road where the crash scene turned into a crime scene. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yes, this is now a crime scene investigation here. chp has opened two lanes of the three here along northbound highway 680 south of scott creek road. here's what we know so far. construction crew working for caltrans, not really caltrans but a contracted crew, they were picking up construction signs after emergency repair along 680. that's when a silver nis
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