Skip to main content

tv   KPIX 5 News Early Edition  CBS  April 23, 2013 5:00am-6:01am PDT

5:00 am
boston officials reveal some of their evidence against the boston marathon bombings suspect. >> reporter: in contra costa county a new budget calls for two more fire station closures. what firefighters say this could mean for the safety of your home. >> a little sneaky fog has moved back in along the coastline. what does it mean for our weather today? we'll talk about that coming up. >> they are picking up overnight roadwork in the east bay. northbound 880 approaching high street. the rest of your morning drive, we'll tell you coming up. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, april 23rd. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 5:00. it was a bedside court appearance for the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombings. >> the next legal step for johar tsarnaev is likely to be a federal indictment. he was questioned yesterday and wrote out his answers because his throat is injured. the 19-year-old tsarnaev indicated he and his brother were motivated by religious extremism. cbs reporter edward lawrence joins us now from boston with
5:01 am
more. good morning. reporter: good morning, michelle and frank. cbs news sources have learned actually that e -o t g that interrogation that he had a role in the bombings here at the marathon. he has a bail hearing and probable cause hearing on may 30th. 19-year-old johar tsarnaev's hospital room became a makeshift courtroom monday. a federal judge arraigned the terror suspect and announced he is being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction during boston marathon bombings last week. it killed three and injured 180. if convicted, he could face the death penalty. prosecutors believe he and his 26-year-old brother tamerlan placed two pressure cooker bombs on boylston street around the marathon finish line. tamerlan died friday in a shootout with police. johar is being treated for gunshot wounds here at beth israel hospital but despite being listed in serious condition, the judge said, i find that the death of is alert, mentally competent and lucid.
5:02 am
cbs news learned interrogators questioned johar in his ital be told them that he and his brother acted alone in order to carry out the marathon bombings. our sources say the tsarnaev brothers read jihadist websites but were not reportedly part of a terrorist group. because johar is a united states citizen the justice department is trying him as a civilian, not an enemy combatant. >> since 9/11, we have used the federal court system to convict and jail hundreds of terrorists. >> reporter: late monday night federal investigators swarmed an area behind a cambridge business where the father used to work on cars. officials placed a tarp over the scene to keep the search private. but they were filmed carrying out a box. the m.i.t. police officer who was murdered on friday, ambushed and murdered on friday, will be laid to rest today later on in a funeral service. that service will be private. there will be a public memorial service tomorrow. and vice president joe biden is expectbe at that public
5:03 am
service. reporting live in boston, back to you. >> so sad, edward. we've seen a lot of the victims being honored this week. let's talk about the teenaged suspect. do we know anything more about his condition? >> reporter: yeah. at this point heis still in serious condition and as you said in the beginning, he was not able to speak. he was communicating through nodding. he was also writing down his answers for the judge. at this point, he is recovering. but he is still in serious condition. >> and edward, how about boylston street? i understand the city finally got that back. they opened it up, right? >> reporter: yeah. there was a five-step process. it did open this morning. it's a major street here in boston and traffic was snarled, obviously, people needed to recover and see the memorial and honor the victims of the bombing. but again, this morning that street is now open. >> thank you, edward lawrence in boston. also from boston, a surprise visit to the hospital
5:04 am
room of 11-year-old aaron hern from martinez. her is recovering from injuries suffered in last week's bombings. ty waller, brandon moss and josh reddick of the as stopped by to see how he is doing. ♪[ music ] and aaron's classmates at martinez junior high wanted to make sure he knows they have his back. they sent him this get well video on youtube with signs there. his math teacher took her camera room to room to show kids offering signs of encouragement. >> pretty nice. >> that's a "cool school." >> really it is. >> nice. 5:04. officials on both side of the border do not think there is a connection between two terrorism suspects up in canada and the boston bombings. authorities say two men were scheming to derail a passenger train in the toronto area. the suspects are foreign nationals who do live in canada. officials say they were in the planning phase and were getting outside help.
5:05 am
>> the individuals were receiving support from al qaeda elements located in iran. >> two suspects have been under surveillance for more than a year now. they apparently didn't get financial help from al qaeda. this plot was not linked to the boston marathon bombings. in the wake of the boston bombings, san francisco is looking into a new way to secure its own streets. police chief greg suhr is thinking about setting up cameras along market street to monitor big events like parades that attract millions of people. >> i'm not talking about monitoring this day to day. i'm talking about during the events when there's 100,000 people up and down market street. >> cameras on market are not a new idea. there are plenty of private security cameras already up along the street. but police only look at them after the fact. the police chief will take his idea to the board of supervisors. how about the weather? it's never been so hot this time of year. temperature records fell all over the bay area yesterday
5:06 am
with some areas in the low 90s. but it's apparently going to be a little more comfortable today and you could feel it last night. good sleeping weather night before last it was hot. >> good sleeping weather? good ice cream weather, too. >> good ice cream weather, too. >> you never bought me the ice cream you said you were going to buy me. >> you said that? >> we have it on camera! >> i forgot. maybe today. [ laughter ] around the bay area today, we have patchy fog that's moved in along the coastline a sign of the sea breeze kicking in and temperatures beginning to cool down a bit. 40s in pacifica with dense fog but look inland. we have some winds kicking up and these temperatures almost 70 degrees right now in vallejo, a little windy there, also into napa. 67 degrees in livermore but in concord, where it's calm, only 54 degrees. here's the fog i was talking about. southerly surge along the coastline typical of what we see after a little heat wave. still today warm with slow cooling temperatures in the 80s and 90s yesterday. today cooling down especially
5:07 am
as you approach the coastline. still some mid-80s in the valleys but more cooling to come. we'll talk out thomg up. right now les check the roads with eth. be >> thank you, lawrence. you can see it is nice and light heading into san francisco on the bay bridge toll plaza. looking good in the east bay. overnight roadwork on the nimitz. you can see it in one of our live traffic cameras. looks like it's being cleared. we have that 880 camera we can show you so a little farther north of this camera where high street is that overnight roadwork being picked up. let's go to the dublin interchange westbound 580 starting to get busy now approaching 680 and dublin interchange. looking at the drive time for that stretch if you go to the maps it is now 20 minutes between the altamont pass and 680 so just a few taps of the brake lights as you get closer towards the livermore valley. similar story highway 4 in antioch getting busy now as you make your way towards the bay point area. drive times still in the clear on westbound 580 the nimitz and the eastshore freeway through ze. th is traffic. rds the
5:08 am
back to you guys. >> thank you. more fire at soon be closing in contra costa county. several jobs are on the line, as well. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran is live in martinez this morning with more on the proposed cuts. >> reporter: we're live at what used to be station 12 in martinez and is now an empty building. this was one of the four stations shut down this year as part of budget cuts. the new budget is proposing two more station closures in the upcoming fiscal year. as for staffing, although 365 are recommended, the budget only calls for 293. firefighters are outraged over the proposed plan. they say more cuts are critical to the safety of the area. for example, this fire in september destroyed two homes in concord. firefighters said these fires response times were slower. and the president of the united professional firefighters of
5:09 am
contra costa county has already come out with a statement saying the plan is unacceptable and he says enough is enough. reporting live in martinez, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> all right, cate, thank you. the contra costa county board of supervisors will be reviewing the proposed budget today at 9:00. a groundbreaking happens later this morning in burlingame for the first new public elementary school there in a half century. hoover elementary has not held students in more than 30 years. some neighbors want it to stay closed. they filed a lawsuit to stop the renovation project citing concerns about increased traffic on narrow roads. it is 5:09 now. a key step today in the court ordered reform of the oakland police department. a compliance director is expected to present his proposed work plan and budget to city officials later today. thomas frazier a former police chief in baltimore was appointed by a federal judge just last month. he has broad power to set an
5:10 am
action plan and to fire or demote top police officials. to the south now, a positive development for police in san jose. a new report finds that citizen complaints about the conduct of officers decreased last year by 7%. the number of complaints that resulted in officer discipline after internal review was also down. it went from 10% of cases in 2011 to just 3% in 2012. the report comes from a retired judge, who is now san jose's independent police auditor. a newspaper investigation finds that the state of nevada has been dumping psychiatric patients out of state. the "sacramento bee" finds as many as 1500 poor and mentally disabled patients got one way bus tickets from the state-run rawson neil hospital in las vegas. now san francisco's city attorney is launching his own investigation. >> patient dumping in itself is reprehensible and it's illegale
5:11 am
laws implicated. there are treatment laws that healthcare providers are required to adhere to. >> herrera has sent a letter to nevada's governor and top health officials demanding records of patient transfers. coming up, why your next online purchase could cost you a little more. >> plus, forget flooding. the restaurant that brings new meaning to waterfront dining. >> but first, play ball. a very dedicated fan going the extra mile to get a foul ball after the break. how's he doing? we'll tell you. >> what's cool about your school? we want to know. submit your nomination on our website, and we may come and feature your school on the show. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
5:12 am
5:13 am
5:14 am
royals redsox game this fant for a foul ball. you see him leap into the air and me the catch... taking out a f talk about a dedicated fab. sunday's red sox, royals game. this fan leaped into the air, makes the grab and down for the count. he gets back up, gets aing about hug. and in his right hand that little piece of cowhide. apparently he is going to be okay. he got the ball. and that's all that matters, right? >> he got it. but it looked like it hurt. >> painful. oh, my gosh. what do you do with it, you know? give it to a kid, i guess. >> no, i think he is keeping it. selling it on ebay or something. we had that st week
5:15 am
and he threw the ball back to the baseball player. good for him. he made the extra effort. outside on the roads, the "s" curve on the pedeckno major problems. no accidents. so yeah, easy ride into san francisco. hegenberger east bay, we had some overnight roadwork. it's in the clearing stages approaching high street. as you can see, if you are heading towards oakland coliseum, oakland airport, everything is moving at the limit. golden gate bridge traffic super quiet this morning all the way out of marin county. we haven't seen too many issues. they cleared the lanes change trucks so you can see the headlights heading towards the all-electronic pay gates getting into san francisco. and one more traffic camera. we sent our photographer this morning down towards 101 and south airport boulevard so if you are heading towards sfo this is what it looks like right now. free and clear in both
5:16 am
directions getting into san bruno. to our maps now, and some drive times for you. westbound highway 4 you can see a little bit of slowing on our sensors to the antioch exits but pretty much contra costa county is free and clear on highway 4, 242 and 680. your east bay drive times the nimitz once again eastshore freeway, that drive time is 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. and bart we continue to check in with them. they should have 30 trains or so and everything is running like clockwork on time. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." and we all love the weatherman today. let's go to lawrence to check our gorgeous forecast. >> i thought you guys loved me every day. >> when it's raining -- eh. >> my director says no. she doesn't. folks, and the bay area today we have some nice weather coming but we have seen some fog moving along the coastline and some of that is dense out sight. be careful on highway 1, thick fog there. mostly clear inside the bay. breezy in the valleys, some gusting to over 30 miles per hour. throughout the day today,
5:17 am
mostly sunny and again it's going to be mid-80s in the valleys. you will see 7and 80s side the y baand 60s with some patchy fog continuing out toward the coastline. high pressure sliding a little bit further to the north and now we're going to see low clouds and fog up from the south, prett typical. gradual cooling over the next few days and temperatures bottoming out in the middle of the week. sfo today, clear skies, no weather delays expected there, temperature of 74 degrees. around the state we have some trouble spots. into denver they are looking at more snow today. 37 degrees expected there for a high. chicago thunderstorms 55 degrees. 61 and mostly cloudy but dry in new york. around the bay today, sunshine continuing, 83 degrees and very nice in san jose. 80 in palo alto. 75 as you make your way into hayward. east bay temperatures mid-80s. not expecting records today although it will be plenty warm inland. 80 in novato, 83 santa rosa. ing to see the temperatures
5:18 am
cool down, hitting bottom about thursday or so then slowly warming up toward the weekend but right now no rain in sight. just a lot of sunshine, just patchy fog at the coast. >> i got rid of the boots. i have open toed shoes now. >> why is that? >> because it's nice weather. >> you've switched the whole -- >> switched the whole wardrobe around. >> i don't get that. i'm a guy. >> no kidding. >> true. [ laughter ] >> all right, guys. >> no open toes. the tsa has decided to delay a plan to allow passengers to carry small knives, bats and other sports equipment on airliners. the relaxed rules were supposed to go into effect thursday but the agency announced it would delay the ruling in order to give an advisory committee more me to consider feedback from various groups. there was no mention of how long that might take. a bill designed to take guns away from some californians has gone to the governor now. state lawmakers approved the plan to take more than 40,000 illegally owned guns off the streets. it would provide $24 million to
5:19 am
a program that takes guns from felons and the mentally ill. it is 5:19. some towns in the nation's midsection are trying to get ready for more high water from some major rivers there. an inch of rain expected to fall today from oklahoma to michigan. and that could raise crest forecasts for several rivers including the mississippi. a barrier in clarksville, missouri, just north of st. louis showed signs of strain on monday. the volunteers scrambled to build a second wall. a restaurant in iowa is staying open despite being surrounded by floodwaters. big muddies. it's living up to its name in a big wait a minute the mississippi river is 7 feet above flood stage but customers pleasantly surprised that it is open for business. >> makes you feel like you're on a boat. >> i thought i was on a cruise ship. i saw lots of water. >> still open. come in through the back door, bud. park on the back parking lot. >> i hear the mud pie is delicious. [ laughter ] >> the restaurant manager is
5:20 am
waiting for the water to go down. in the meantime, patrons have quite a view. >> yeah. guess it would be kind of cool to eat there. the federal government is eyeing online retailers which means it could cost you more to beshop. a proposed sales tax would require retailers with sales of more than a million dollars to tax its shoppers. that could generate up to $23 billion a year in revenue. bay area-based ebay does not support the bill. its ceo emailed millions of users asking them to fight it. the u.s. senate began debating the bill yesterday. 5:20. coming up the as did something they haven't done in almost a year. >> plus, buster posey led a giants comeback and an unlikely source finished it. >> first as we count down to opening day here's a look at the new bay bridge. we'll be right back. ,,
5:21 am
when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters.
5:22 am
5:23 am
taking a check now, fine across the golden gate bridge, no metering lights, delays through the livermore valley and through dublin-pleasanton. we'll have a check of more traffic and weather together every 10 minutes here on kpix 5. the giants fell behind early against arizona last night. former giants cody ross with a blooper, bases loaded, 2-0 in the 1st at at&t. two-run game in the 8th when buster posey hit his second home run in two games to tie it
5:24 am
career walkoff right here. a base hit. game over giants beat the diamondbacks 5-4 in a comebacker. nice win. go to boston, first responders from watertown honored during the as-red sox game pre-game at fenway. upajhi 9 runs oakland including a bomb by mike napoli. that's a grand slam over the monster. as rallied in the 8th reddick with a double off the monster but the red sox went on to win 9-6. the as have lost four in a row the longest losing streak this season. hopefully better today. our play of the day comes from the premiere league's championship match between manchester united and asstin via. the hat trick in the 13th minute, left footer and he finds the goal. this was his second score of the game. manchester won the game 3-0, took its 20th english league title yesterday. we have it all covered today. >> yeah. >> that's nice, though, left
5:25 am
foot corner shot. >> a good assist, though, too, right. >> there go you. >> all right. 5:24 right now. bullets and baseball. how a bay area little league team is trying to get back if the game after weekend violence. >> and the suspect in the bost bombing gives new cl to his motive plus the s.w.a.t. officers whotured him speak out about the tense operation on friday. >> and we're live in martinez where a new proposed budget could mean more fire station closures. what firefighters say this could mean for you. ,, ,,
5:26 am
5:27 am
[ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf...
5:28 am
is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at ♪ shop at good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. interrogation room. the cluo a motive in the boston bombings.. and what's next for the survivi suspect. weather ad libs new details from the interrogation room. the clues to a motive in the boston marathon bombings and what's next for the surviving
5:29 am
suspect. >> patchy, dense fog back on the coastline. what does it mean for our weather today? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and just a little bit of overnight roadwork out there but for the most part no big delays including over at the bay bridge. much more on your morning drive coming up. good morning, it's tuesday, april 23rd. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 5:30 now. the next legal step in the boston marathon bombing case will probably be a federal indictment. surviving us is johar tsarnaev was charged in his hospital room yesterday. he was also questioned and wrote out his answers because his throat is injured. the 19-year-old tsarnaev indicated he and his brother were motivated by religious extremism. cbs reporter edward lawrence reports he will be tried in a civilian court. reporter: 19-year-old johar tsarnaev's hospital room became a makeshift courtroom monday. a federal judge arraigned the terror suspect and announced he is being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction during boston marathon bombings last week. it killed three and injured 180. if convicted, he could face the death penalty.
5:30 am
prosecutors believe he and his 26-year-old brother tamerlan placed two pressure cooker mbs on boylsstetround merlanid in a inline. shootout with police. r ng tated for gunshot wounds here at beth israel hospital but despite being listed in serious condn, the jd,udge s find that the defendant is alert, mentally competent and lucid. cbs news learned interrogators questioned johar in his hospital bedside and he reportedly told them that he and his brother acted alone in order to carry out the marathon bombings. our sources say the tsarnaev brothers read jihadist websites but were not reportedly part of a terrorist group. because johar is a united states citizen the justice department is trying him as a civilian, not an enemy combatant. >> since 9/11, we have used the federal court system to convict and jail hundreds of terrorists. >> reporter: late monday night federal investigators swarmed an area behind a cambridge business where the father used to work on cars. officials placed a tarp over the scene to keep the search private. but they were filmed carrying out a box.
5:31 am
edward lawrence for cbs news, boston. >> there will be a private funeral today for slain m.i.t. officer sean collier. the tsarnaev brothers allegedly killed collier on the school's campus thursday night. a public memorial service is scheduled for tomorrow on m.i.t.'s campus. vice president joe biden is expected to attend. and we're hearing from the law officers who took suspect johar tsarnaev into custody on friday night. members of the transit police s.w.a.t. team made the arrest after a man found him hiding in a boat in his backyard. >> i saw the suspect sitting up on the -- i believe it's called the gunnel of the boat with one leg hanging over the side and his hands were just sort of down by his side. he looked weak. he was shaky, appeared to be losing consciousness. >> hear more from the s.w.a.t. team members on "cbs this morning." that's starting at 7:00 right
5:32 am
here on kpix 5. 5:31 now. two suspected terrorists have a bail hearing today up in canada. authorities say two men were scheming to derail a passenger train in the toronto area. suspects are foreign nationals. they lived in canada and had been under surveillance for over a year. officials say they were in the planning phase and were get direction and guidance from al qaeda in iran but no financial help. some developing news in libya at this hour. a car bomb went off at the french embassy injuring two french guards and a libyan teenage girl. the bomb detonated just outside the embassy building in the early-morning hours before any staff had arrived. the explosion set off a fire at the embassy entrance that engulfed some of the offices inside as you can see. it's a mess there. a motive for the attack still not clear. 5:32. we are following a developing story in the east bay in oakland. >> right. police have surrounded a home looking for a man that may have been connected to an earlier shooting. kcbs reporter tim ryan is with
5:33 am
police this morning at the home on international boulevard. tim, what can you tell us? >> reporter: michelle, this is an area of dense housing, not terribly far from the coliseum near 66th and international boulevard. police have surgeon rounded a building searching for -- have surrounded abufo a man linked to a shooting at 10:00 last night at 90th and cherry about five or 10 minutes from here. police say a man was shot in the leg by a male acquaintance nonlife-threatening injury. the man called police and told them who shot him. police came to this area. the man's car is apparently at this apartment building. so for hours, they have surrounded this building trying to talk the man out. whether they're sure that he is inside really is not clear although just within the last 10 or 15 minutes i heard some flash-bang devices go often that will be a prelude to an end so oakland s.w.a.t. is here trying to end this thing soon and to end this
5:34 am
safely. michelle? >> tim, this is frank. have they had any conversations with this guy throughout the night? this i have been there since 10:30 or so -- they've been there since 10:30 or so. >> reporter: as far as i know -- and i just e with an oakland police officer just minutes ago, hesays there have been no nvons. so this could, frank, just be one of those situations where they surround a home that turns out to be empty. but they are trying to bring this to an end safely. >> we're watching video now of all the police activities there. are they telling neighbors to stay in their homes. >> reporter: you know, i believe that they have not made any mandatory evacuations although someone who apparently was near -- and again, this is very dense housing. not much space in between that's buildings. apparently, at least one resident here decided that they would get out. other than that, people are mostly still asleep. the parking lot full of cars although of course some people
5:35 am
coming out are wondering what's happening in their neighborhood. >> tim ryan live with us with a developing story in oakland. tim, thank you. more fire station cuts could be coming to contra costa county. supervisors will on the issue later this morning. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran tells us exactly what is on the chopping block. good morning, cate. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. now, the president of the united professional firefighters of contra costa county has already come out with a statement saying, enough is enough. the organization calls this plan unacceptable. as it stands, four stations have already been shut down in the past year and the new budget is proposing two more closures for the upcoming fiscal year. the staffing, although recommended at 365, is only budgeted for 293. now, firefighters already say the budget cuts could be the reason for delayed response times. for example, this fire back in september, two homes in concord fighrsaid, ie .
5:36 am
particular fires, onse timeses were slower than normal. today's meeting is scheduled for 9:00 this morning and the b new proposed budget at 10:00 this morning. reporting live in martinez, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> the board decided to close the four stations last year after a $75 per year parcel tax failed to pass the november ballot. well, he's everyone's friend today, by golly. everyone loves the weatherman this week. >> just today. >> won't last long so i'm going to savor it. it was a gorgeous day yesterday. we had some record-breaking temperatures. today some fog at the coastline. so temperatures starting to cool down a bit but not bad as we are going to see plenty of sunshine throughout the day. still, the winds are kicking up in spots especially into the delta and the carquinez strait and some of the valleys. wind advisory in effect there. we could see gusts to 40 miles per hour so watch out for that if you are heading in that direction. still, beautiful skies over the bay and nice and clear right now. again, we have seen some patchy
5:37 am
dense fog move in along the coastline. where we're seeing some of the winds, the temperatures are up, already 67 degrees in livermore, calm in concord at 54. and 65 degrees a little breezy into santa rosa. as we head in toward the afternoon, we are expecting to move back into the 80s in san jose, cupertino and milpitas. east bay temperatures in the mid-80s not as warm as yesterday. a lot of 70s into the central bay. 75 in san francisco. about 79 degrees in oakland. we'll have more on your weather coming up in a moment. right now, let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. and outside right now, if you are traveling 101, we are starting to see some extra cars right now on the roads open northbound 101, headlights you see there traffic heading out of san jose towards santa clara. things look overall pretty good. we are still not seeing any big accidents which is good news at 5:37 this morning. let's go out to check some of our bridges. here's a live look at the san
5:38 am
mateo bridge, westbound 92 so far at the limit out of hayward. and some of our maps now let's go check our sensors on highway 4. super slow, 15 miles per hour as you pass "a" street and lone tree. the peninsula still moving fine through redwood city all the way down into palo alto. and the only slow drive time we are really seeing is the altamont pass commute. 25 minutes between there and the dublin interchange. that's traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you, liz. it's 5:38. north vallejo little league is asking parents and relatives to leave their weapons at home. 200 little leaguers were benched last week after a noninjury shooting happened in the parking lot during a game. the shooting happened after a father and relative apparently got into an argument during a baseball game. >> i know it happened in vallejo but think it will happen on a baseball field during a t-ball game where little kids are playing. >> they were heartbroken. they want to play baseball. nothing out them for them to do here positive, the only thing.
5:39 am
>> the game is back on. the little league posted a new no tolerance policy behind ho plate. it includes no violence and no firearms. good idea. to help orn highwantin patrol the streets of oakland. the details are still being worked out. but the chp might expand its patrols in oakland from two days a week to four. oakland is also working on a new contract for the alameda county sheriff's department to keep deputies on patrol in oakland two times a week. in other headlines around the bay, a san francisco hit- and-run victim will soon head home to georgia. 63-year-old lest row is a homeless man who was severely injured when he was struck by an suv in north beach last may. his relatives in the south along with a former 49er have now raised $17,000 to bring row back home. the driver of the suv hasn't been found. bicyclist and pedestrians will have to wait a couple more years before they can travel across the new eastern span of the bay bridge. caltrains won't be able to
5:40 am
finish the bike lane and til then, the bike path will 20 stop about two-thirds of the way from oakland to yerba buena island. 5:40. a reality show on mars. the new offer for wannabe space explorers with a big catch. >> of course. >> a daredevil move. the punishment facing a bus driver for braving the floodwaters. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
5:41 am
5:42 am
so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, whsees thashe's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive.
5:43 am
barricades have been up on flooded roads in a school bus driver is in trouble after doing this, barricades have been up on flooded roads in the chicago area for five days. but on monday morning the driver plowed through the water. there were no children on the bus at the time and the bus company says the driver has been suspended indefinitely. he reportedly told superiors there were no barriers on that road and he thought it was safe. >> can you imagine? there happened to be a chopper overhead taking pictures. how about that? >> not a good idea to do that. >> if that water is moving enough, that could sweep that bus away in a hurry. good thing kids weren't aboard. >> no kidding. we have sunshine out there just the way we like it. fog moved in along the coastline and very compressed down to the surface so we are seeing some dense fog there. otherwise, it is clear in the bay and the valleys. the winds have been kicking up sunshine for most but we're
5:44 am
of today and it's going to be warm, although slow expected over the next few days as high pressure begins to it has moved a further to the north and the area of low pressure on the downside of this ridge so we have seen a southerly flow kick in with low clouds and fog. that means we are going to see a little bit more of a sea breeze today. so gradual cooling beginning today and over the next few days. it's going to be a warm day outside in most spots inland. temperatures in the 80s again into san jose, 81 milpitas, about 79 in san mateo and 77 degrees in union city. out toward the coast, the beach is going to be different. we'll see some fog there and temperatures in the 60s. east bay numbers moving up into the mid-80s where we had some 90s showing up yesterday. so a little bit cooler but still on the warm side. and inside the bay we'll find 79 degrees in oakland and about 75 degrees in san francisco. so, looking out as you plan on ahead for the baseball game, we are going to see some clear skies this evening, a little
5:45 am
bit cooler but bad. deout. giants game for toni then the n days those temperatures cooling down, low clouds and fog. and slightly cooler for the weekend. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. enjoy the 80s while we have them. outside, let get a check of the east bay especially the nimitz because we had that overnight roadwork that was causing a slight bottleneck towards high street. it's all been picked up now and you can see that it's a nice smooth flow of traffic in the northbound lanes from the observations coliseum and near the oakland airport all the way up towards downtown. so these taillights, that's the northbound direction. southbound is moving fine, as well. checking our cameras now this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. pretty quiet this morning. it's almost an unusual quiet. no accidents since we got on the air at 4:30 this morning. so southbound you can see a couple of headlights there coming into san francisco. and getting a check of one more traffic camera this morning,
5:46 am
we've got the bay bridge, whe still nome ring gh. 's why we see it pretty clear in the middle lanes, in the fastrak lanes. that's usually our first indicator that they've turned them on but right now minimal delays getting into the city. checking the roadway sensors, these are current conditions out there right now. if you are traveling the eastshore freeway, 65 miles per hour. and it's pretty quiet through richmond, berkeley, all the way down towards the macarthur maze. i just checked that drive time. it's about 19 or 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. this is one of our slower spots usually is this time of the morning from the altamont pass to the dublin interchange. about 27 minutes right now. so it's actually a little backed from up 205 coming out of tracy. mass transit had no hiccups all day. bart systemwide on time. bart, muni, caltrain and ace no delays. that's a check of your "timesaver traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. 5:46 now. more earnings reports coming out today including apple, at&t and delta airlines. three biggies. nearly one-third of the
5:47 am
companies in the s&p will report their results this week alone. the reports have been pretty good so far. on wall street the dow reversed an early slide yesterday and gained 19 points. the nasdaq climbed 27. stock indices have more than doubled since the march 2009 bottom. but many investors still a little spooked by the markets. here to explain why is jill schlesinger, cbs news senior business analyst. >> reporter: good morning. >> ordinary investors might pile into stocks. tell us what's going on. >> reporter: well, it's so wild because the financial crisis and the subsequent 55% drop in stock indexes clearly have lot of a lasting impression on investors. according to's financial security index, a whopping 76% of respondents say they are just saying, no to
5:48 am
stocks. that's a huge number. economists call this recency bias. we tend to use our resent experience as a guide for what's going to happen in the future. sohen stocks are soaring, we think markets are just going to keep on going up. but when the market plunges, we become convinced they will never rise again. >> well, so where is all the money? people are making money since 2009. are they hoarding it? is it in mattresses out there? where is it all? >> reporter: european mattresses with safes in them. [ laughter ] >> reporter: most of these folks are clinging to the perceived safety of bonds. according to the investment company institute, since the financial crisis began, stock mutual funds saw outflows 66% of the time. investors yanked out almost half a trillion dollars from their stock mutual funds. meanwhile, bond funds reported in flows 81% of the time. so, you know, adding stocks to bonds. here's a warning. bond prices can fluctuate.
5:49 am
when interest rates rise, a lot of these bonds investors especially the ones who are investing in longer term maturities, may be in for a very nasty surprise. of course that just proves that all investing involves risk. to help you overcome some of these powerful emotions, go to i outline seven investors sins. they are not deadly but they are sins. >> i think it's the old adage, what goes up has to come down. it's so high right now. i think a lot of people are thinking, oh, i don't want to invest now. i'll wait until it bops down again. your automated teller machine might become more versatile soon. some of the nation's largest banks are testing machines to let customers have live video chats with tellers and to receive exact change. the new atms will also allow you to split deposits between accounts and make loan and credit card payments. singer neil diamond expects to have a new song finished by
5:50 am
dionwas inspired to writ it follo boings in boston and italso addresses other tragedies including shootings in colorado and connecticut. diamond's "sweet caroline" is his theme song for the red sox. they played it on the 8th inning. that was him over the weekend live singing it to the crowd. >> ♪ freedom, freedom, freedom ♪ >> and folk singer richie havens died. he became a '60s legend. it was the opening act at woodstock in 1969. since none of the other artists have made it through the traffic, the concert organizers just kept telling him to keep on playing following that nearly three-hour performance, he said, quote, i played every song i knew. and, of course, the household name after that. richie havens passed away. he was 72. time now is 5:50. pandas panicking. the new surveillance video from that massive quake in china.
5:51 am
plus -- >> my first thought was, okay, i need to be calm. >> a tiger in the bathroom. no, this is not a scene from hangover. a woman's shocking up close encounter in a john at a circus coming your way. so do something nice for it. chevron with techron. care for your car.
5:52 am
5:53 am
all right. plenty of sunshine, your pollen count today running in the moderate category, mulberry, oak and grasses could be the problem. we'll have more on your weather coming up. >> and checking your bay area roadways right now, bay bridge starting to stack up especially in the cash lanes and so far, so good if you are traveling 101 near south airport boulevard if you have a flight to catch. we'll have more "timesaver traffic" coming up. are you crazy enough to sign up for a one-way trip to mars? well, a dutch company mars on
5:54 am
plans the trip part of a reality show in 2022. more than 10,000 people have expressed interest in being on the flight even though it's a one-way flight. they expect to get billions for the journey by selling broadcast rights on the mission. good luck. a rare look at some nonhuman reaction to a major earthquake. this is video from saturday when a 7.0 quake struck china's sichuan province. giant pandas were frightened trying to climb the trees. since the breeders provided them with abundant food to assure them everything is okay, breeders will play with the cubs who were scared the most. they feel it too. sometimes animals feel it even more. >> or feel it coming on before -- >> dogs will start freaking out. a woman got quite a surprise speaking of animals when she took a bathroom break. she was at the circus in kansas over the weekend and guess what happened? she ran into an escaped tiger.
5:55 am
the tiger act had just wrapped up when the cat got loose. being a female the animal headed straight for the women's restroom. [ laughter ] >> bet she didn't have to wait in line. securityed t entire yai except for one person and that was jenna. she used another entrance to use the facilities and she found herself face to face with the animal. >> my first thought was, okay, i need to be calm, turn around, walk out, you'll be fine. that's what i did. >> she stayed calm. it was quick but her young daughter had questions, such as did the tiger wash his hands and if it bought any popcorn? >> the answer is no. >> i would say no. well, the residence living on the top of city hall in san jose are going to get a visitor today. >> we're talking about the family. here they are live. falcons clara and fernando and their baby chicks will get a visit from a biologist. they expect they will band the
5:56 am
legs so they can b tracked and determine the sex at that time if they can. you can see it on the falcon cam starting at 7:15 this morning. they come back every year. >> it's hard to see but you can make out the nest. 5:56. in the next half hour, no knives on a plane for now. why the tsa is taking a second look at its controversial policy. >> just after the boston marathon bombings, another terror plot is foiled. what police say two men were planning on board a train headed for new york city. >> and. >> reporter: we're live in contra costa county where a new budget on the table could mean more fire stations on the chopping block. we'll have the details and the strong response from firefighters.
5:57 am
these are our ocean spray 100% juice blends with no added sugar, just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very fruit-tritious. or, try ocean spray light 50, with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry-pomegranate and cranberry- concord grape, it's like a fruit stand in every bottle. know... demonstrating how we blend the fruits. try all our tasty ocean spray 100% and light 50 juices.
5:58 am
5:59 am
the attack. wher >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald new clues about th
6:00 am
bombing suspecpls after the attack. wherinvests inthey wereheaded w explosives. >> right now, oakland s.w.a.t. officers surrounding a home where a shooting suspect is barricaded. what they're doing to try to lure him out. >> we are starting out mostly clear and warm in some spots although some sneaky fog has moved in along the coastline. what does it mean for our weather? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and look at this. suddenly we have more company heading towards the bay bridge toll plaza right now. we'll let you know if they turn the metering lights on coming up in a few minutes. good morning, it's tuesday, april 23rd. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. he has already been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction. in the boston marathon bombings. but more charges are ahead for johar tsarnaev. >> the next legal step for tsarnaev is likely to be a federal indictment. the 19-year-old tsarnaev indicated he and his brother were motivated by religious extremism. cbs news reports the two


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on