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not looking forward to it. not at all. >> very, very discouraging. >> with less than two weeks to a strike, bart and the unions are stuck in a stalemate at the bargaining table. >> we bike, we walk, we run. >> the new 49ers stadium is short on parking and it already has neighbors worried. >> the law now says cars must give you a full three feet if they are passing you on any roadway. that is a full 36" from any part of you or your bike to any part of the car. if a car cannot give you three feet, then they have to slow down until they can. >> this is what it looks like when neighbors take action after a driver hits a little girl. >> neighbors attack the driver who hit this 2-year-old girl. apparently she chased a car into the street. [ screaming ] >> disturbing cell phone video shows an illegal street show where cars do donuts and it turns violent. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org >> your realtime captioner is
mrs. linda m. macdonald . good morning, tuesday september 24. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. developing right now as many as 10 hostages may still be alive inside the westgate mall in nairobi. this is a live look outside the mall. the deadly standoff between militants and police is in its fourth day now. it's reported some americans are among the attackers. a 49ers fan is recovering after being beaten up in the candlestick parking lot after sunday's game. he was attacked after he allegedly unzipped his pants and was about to go to the bathroom inside a stranger's car. it was especially violent overnight in the east bay. a shooting deadly crash and homicide were just part of a series of crimes overnight. kpix 5's cate caugiran is getting the latest from oakland police this morning. cate. >> reporter: michelle, it was a busy night for oakland police officers and it's going to be a busy morning for investigators
as they try to comb through those multiple crime scenes. one of the those incidents you mentioned started at 82nd and rugsdale. neighbors say they woke up to the sound of gunshots. police say two 17-year-old boys fired several shots at homes and cars in the area. then the teens drove away before officers could track them down. flow one was hurt. they hit another car near the intersection of church ann bancroft by eastmont towne centre. unfortunately, they ended up killing an innocent man inside the other car. wrist were in the area just after it hand and detained the two boys. we don't know if they suffered any injuries in the accident. reporting live in oakland, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> this is two days before oakland city council is considering a highly controversial youth curfew to cut down on crime. the curfew would ban people younger than 18 from being out
after 10 p.m. 6:02. let's check traffic with elizabeth wenger. >> suddenly things are not looking too good. we in fact have two pretty bad accidents. i'll mention one here it is the traffic alert now out in vacaville but we have learned the person driving serious injuries not sure of the extent yet but it is eastbound 80 lagoon valley road. police are on scene so they believe lanes will be blocked for a half hour more and you can see no slowing on the sensors yet but i think that's going to change here any minute. southbound 880 at high street up to 20 cars on the shoulder with flat tires. there's some sort of debris in the road. chp can't say what it is but they were doing some roadwork along that stretch overnight. all the roadwork has cleared but there may have been something left behind not sure at this point. here's a live look farther south. this is near 66 and the oakland coliseum.
everything appears to be okay down towards hayward and about 10 minutes ago they turned on the metering lights over at the bay bridge toll plaza. now we have delays at the overcrossings. that's the latest. lawrence has the forecast. >> a cold front kicking up winds in the bay area. you can see it on the latest satellite image as it slides into far northern portions of the state and into the bay area. the winds are going to start to whip. temperatures now staying fairly mild in the 50s and the 60s. by the afternoon cooler temperatures outside as much as 5 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. in san francisco some 60s and the america's cup could be in jeopardy because of the winds today. the hostage siege at a mall in kenya now in day 4. al qaeda-
linked militants have killed 62 people at the westgate mall in nairobi but as many as 10 hostages may be alive inside. this morning u.s. officials are investigating whether americans are among the attackers. sue kwon has been monitoring the developments. >> reporter: this morning a large explosion was heard from the complex and a tweet sent out about an hour ago from a journalist on the ground says an armored vehicle entered the area this morning. there are reports that two or three americans as well as a british woman could be among the attackers. reporter: more gunfire rang out from inside the westgate mall in nairobi. the kenyan military is trying to end a four-day standoff with terrorists who stormed the mall over the weekend. more than 60 people were killed in the attack. some hostages are still believed to be inside the building. the somalia-based terrorist group al-shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack. the kenyan government says several americans are among the killers. >> from the information that we have, two or three americans and i think so far i have heard of one brit.
>> reporter: the kenya foreign minister says al-shabab has reaching out to young jihadists to expand their capabilities. the group has been known to recruit somali-americans from the u.s. like these men who went to somalia to train and fight. >> if you guys only knew how much fun we have over here. this is the real disneyland. >> reporter: al-shabab says it has no foreigners inside the westgate mall. the u.s. says it is investigating the claims. the terror group tweeted that members were still holding ground inside the mall and some hostages were still alive. now, that was in response to a tweet from kenya's interior ministry that said security forces were in control of westgate. >> that's pretty apparent i guess social media the attackers are using it to get their message out but authorities are monitoring to find out what's going on inside. >> it's a tool. both sides are using it as a
strategy piece to see who has the upper hand. that's why the militant group twitter accounts are frozen and they are opening up new handles. >> thank you, sue kwon a pleasanton man is found beaten and unconscious in front of his home saturday morning. today police will give us more information on this brutal attack. 51-year-old david lamont is in a coma. police say he went outside to see about a disturbance in front of his home and tried to get a group of young people to be quiet. his wife found him unconscious and there are no suspects. a shareholder says pg&e management used money that should go to pipeline safety to give themselves big bonuses. the shareholder filed a lawsuit in san mateo county court. the suit says pg&e executives put profits over safety. and that led to the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion three years ago. a 15-year-old boy is
recovering from being beaten in the candlestick parking lot sunday. police say the boy had been drinking after the 49ers good morning when he got into a stranger's car. he was asked to get out of the car. the boy allegedly unzipped his pants. he was then punched and kicked. a 29-year-old from fresno was arrested in the car a few blocks away. happening today, president obama will address the opening the u.n. general assembly session this morning. this is a live picture inside. during that visit, he may shake hands with the president of iran. that could signal the beginning of a thaw in relations between the two countries. president hassan rouhani says he would like his country to improve contact with the outside world. western diplomats are cautiously optimistic. >> the time is now right for those statements to be matched by concrete steps by iran. >> on thursday, secretary of state john kerry is scheduled to meet with his iranian counterpart to discuss iran's
nuclear program. it's the first time the two nations will hold these talks since the iranian revolution in 1979. >> we have some new details about the mother and son found dead in their burned-out home in san diego county. the coroner says christina anderson was killed by at least a dozen blows to her head examiners couldn't determine the cause of the death of the son. hannah anderson was kidnapped and the kidnapper was caught and killed in idaho mountains. we have details about the washington navy yard shooter. aaron alexis lied about a previous arrest and investigators at the time of his hire also deleted any reference to aaron alexis's use of a gun in that arrest. alexis also did not disclose his debt problems. the gap in the records allowed him to work at the yard where he gunned down a dozen workers last week. a sideshow turned very violent in oakland and it's all caught on cell phone video.
those are illegal street shows where cars do donuts. they are apparent popular near the port of oakland. on sunday morning this black car crashed into a white camaro. people then rushed to the black car, pulled out the driver and the passenger, and started beating them. then the attackers started firing shots in the car. people in the area say it's dangerous. >> it's a war zone. i have never seen so many cars. it's like a freeway. >> by the time police showed up, everyone was gone. detectives do not know who the gunman was or the victim. new this morning, oakland police are investigating another death from late last night. a man's body was found in the street in the 2400 block of 89th avenue. that was shortly after 11:00. the man had been shot in the head. time now is 6:10. music legend ray charles gets another honor. where you can spot the infamous singer's face. >> they are greasy, yummy and
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the countdown has begun. 36 days away. kenya where it's day 4 of the hostage standoff between kenyan security forces and terrorists who stormed a mall in nairobi and new york, that's where the u.n. everyone general assembly is meeting president obama. he will give a speech later today and obamacare, the senate is debating a budget bill funding for obamacare is at stake and you can follow us at twitter. go to cbssf and check it out. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> we got two big problems out there right now. there was a large unknown object that caused about 13 cars to pull over to the right shoulder with flat tires. so apparently they have removed whatever that object was. they ran a traffic break in order to clear it and now things should be flowing smoothly but we have launched chopper 5 to the scene to just make sure there's no more delays in the area. in the meantime, this traffic camera is a little farther south approaching 66 and it appears everything is at the limit. and again this is only impacting the southbound lanes.
northbound looks good heading towards downtown oakland. so we still have this traffic alert in effect a major injury crash a car overturned a person was reportedly trapped inside the vehicle eastbound 80 by lagoon valley road so this is coming into vacaville. we are seeing a little bit of slowing eastbound. once you get past this accident things improve and westbound traffic still moving at the speed limit. if you are heading towards the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic obviously not moving at the speed limit here. it is stacking up towards the 880 overcrossing. the metering lights were turned on at 5:52 this morning. so once i get past the metering lights things look good across the new eastern span. that is the latest "timesaver traffic." for more on your forecast, here's lawrence. >> couple of clouds beginning to move into our skies at least in the north bay. it looks like a cold front is swinging into town. that will usher in some changes today. the winds going to be kicking up and the temperatures really going to be calming down as we'll see the winds blowing out towards the coastline. breezy afternoon there even inside the bay. so a little trouble for the america's cup. they may not be able to race today and then below average
temperatures for now but then warming up towards the "this week in northern california." cold front will bring with it much cooler air out of the gulf of alaska so those 80s are long gone now. i think temperatures only struggling to make their way into the 70s maybe upper 70s in the warmest spots inland but winds picking up especially at the beaches. 20 miles per hour at the coastline up to 23 in san rafael. you get the idea some stronger gusts. 74 in san jose. 75 sunny this afternoon in redwood city. east bay temperatures mid- to upper 70s in the warmest spots. and then inside the bay, you will see those breezes. 67 degrees in san francisco. and about 73 in oakland. next couple of days we'll see those temperatures bottoming out well below the average. then we'll slowly warm things up on thursday. this next weekend looking great lots of sunshine coming our way and temperatures back up into the 80s in the warmest spots. beautiful fall weather. >> perfect. >> i know, i like it.
>> very nice. >> looks good. thanks. well, new details now. one person is still missing and presumed dead after last week's massive floods in colorado. the body of a 79-year-old woman whose house was swept away by the big thompson river was found on the riverbank bringing the number of dead to 8. vice president joe biden was in colorado yesterday and viewed the def from a helicopter before meeting with -- viewed the devastation from a helicopter before meeting with disaster workers. the new 49ers stadium, why not everybody is happy for the spots up for consideration for the parking. i'm dennis o'donnell. would there be champagne popping in the bay area for the second straight day? and did the raiders lose more than just a game in denver last night? we'll tell you next. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at kpix.com/coolschool. we may feature your school on the show. texas.... where the rangers, ,,,,
. checking out our microclimate forecast, a closer look to hayward where we're expecting sunshine and passing high clouds. but the winds going to be kicking up. temperatures into the 60s. >> and oracle openworld has brought about 60,000 new folks to san francisco. and it's also causing a lot of traffic headaches around the moscone center. howard street remains closed between 3rd and 4th. those closures continue through friday morning. we'll have more "timesaver traffic" coming up. good morning, everybody. the raiders ran into the hottest quarterback in football history last night. peyton manning has thrown 12 touchdowns, no interceptions, in three games. raider fans, that one anyway, got a front row seat to watch peyton manning go to work and he did early.
decker touchdown. then in the 2nd quarter, a wide- open walker touchdown. 17-0. manning's third and final touchdown to julius thomas, he threw for 374 yards on the night. and the raiders are dominated by the denver broncos. but the bad news terrelle pryor was hit hard late had a concussion. the raiders lose 37-21. we'll know more later this week about the status of terrelle pryor. not much of a hangover for the a's a day after clinching the west. brandon moss padded the lead against the angels. a two-run home run. his 28th of the year. a's still trying to get home field advantage throughout the play-offs. they win 10-5. america's cup will continue. team oracle once again first at the start line and by the fourth gate they open up a 21- second lead on emirates team new zealand. they go on to win by 33 seconds. the second race of the day was postponed. so if team oracle can win the two races later today, that would set up a final and decisive race on wednesday.
by the way, you're hearing the winds are going to be picking up. wind will not be a factor or lack thereof today. that's it everybody. i'm dennis o'donnell. we'll see you tonight. our play of the day comes from texas where the rangers still trying to creep into the play-offs. alex rios is helping. got a double in the 1st inning against the astros then beat out a single in the 3rd inning. same in the fourth. he goes deep. and then the hardest part of the cycle is of course getting the triple. alex rios bats number 4 and there she blows. the shot into right center. that's going to drop for a triple. he goes around all the bases hits for the cycle and rangers beat up the houston astros 12- 0. rangers still alive. community groups in santa clara are ready to take on the 49ers on the soccer field. the team wants to add 6,000 more parking spaces at the new
stadium. but that means they may have to move this nearby soccer field. many environmentalists are not happy about that. >> you see those tall trees in the back there? they are all going to come down. the soccer field footprint would take out over 370 trees. >> that location is also an american indian burial site. the city says them not finalized plans on the extra parking and it's far from being a done deal. 6:26 now. make room for bicyclists. the new law drivers need to know before getting on the road this morning. >> and the latest from kenya where gunmen claimed to still have hostages inside the westgate mall. ,,,,
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lawmakers voting on bills, why some of the votes may be illegal. >> it's a stalemate at the bargaining table and a bart strike looms closer every day. what needs to change for both sides to meet in the middle. >> a cold front now diving into the bay area. the winds going to be kicking up and the temperatures cooling off. we'll have details coming up. >> and chopper 5 just got on scene in oakland. tow crews are out there now. 19 cars on the shoulder with flat tires. we'll let you know more coming up. good morning. tuesday is here, it's september 24. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. new this morning, oakland police are trying to piece together a violent night in the city. this shooting at a home at 82nd avenue and rugsdale street was just the beginning. police say two 17-year-olds shot at the house and a car at about 10:20 last night. no one was injured. police say two teens sped away
from the scene and had a crash killing a person. police detailed the suspects. an hour later in a separate incident someone found a man's body in the street. the person flagged down a chp officer in the 2400 block of 89th avenue. police say the man had been shot in the head. in kenya an armored vehicle was seen driving on the scene of the deadly standoff this morning. day 4 of the militant attack on the westgate mall in nairobi. kenyan security forces sent out tweets saying they are now in control of the mall. sue kwon joins us with the latest. >> this is definitely playing out on twitter gunmen as you mentioned most recently tweeting that security forces do not have control. and they claim they still have hostages. this morning, the u.s. state department is looking into reports that at least two of the gunmen are americans possibly 18 or 19 years old and from minneapolis. al-shabab is a militant group
linked to al qaeda. the group has recruited americans before. a journalist inside the mall tweeted a series of posts describing how many of the people were children. at least five americans in the mall were injured. and there is still no count of how many hostages are still alive inside the mall. while gunmen entered there was a children's cooking competition going on inside. >> running around in little aprons. we heard a series of gunshots. we called everyone to the corner all the kids and moms and parents and everyone and said get down on the floor. and just as we did that, the gunmen tossed a grenade to where we were. the guy with the white shirt spoke first and said, we're from somali. and we don't normally kill women and children. but then again, you've killed our women and children.
>> reporter: before the group's twitter account was shut down they tweeted, quote, westgate a 14 hour standoff relayed in 1400 rounds of bullets and 140 characters of vengeance and still ongoing. good morning, kenya. and then later, "more than 30 hours have now passed and like rabbits caught in the headlights kenyans are still shellshocked." with this technology it's easy for authorities to track movements responses and accounts from inside and around the mall. sue kwon, kpix 5. the white house is keeping the door open to a potential meeting at the united nations between the president and the new president of iran. both men are in new york for the opening session of the u.n. general assembly. now united states says no meeting is officially scheduled but they are opening to talking with leaders. other diplomats are cautiously optimistic about the potential
for talks on iran's nuclear program. >> in terms of the breakthrough that i was struck by the energy and determination that the foreign minister demonstrated to me. >> one direct contact has been confirmed. on thursday secretary of state john kerry will meet with iran's foreign minister. diplomats from five other countries will also be at that meeting. a 2-year-old pittsburg girl was rushed to the hospital with serious after she was hit by an suv. the accident happened last night when the toddler was playing outside a home on jimno avenue near north parkside drive. investigators say a ball rolled into the street and the girl ran after it. that's when she was struck by a range rover. after the accident, neighbors rushed to the driver and attacked him. his face is bruised but he is okay. police do not think alcohol or speed were an issue. also in eastern contra costa county, a woman hit and killed a 12-year-old boy with her yukon yesterday after she had just dropped off her
children at excelsior middle school in byron when she hit the boy on the bike. the boy was from discovery bay. the woman cooperated with police. california drivers must make room for bicyclists. it is a new law. the brand-new law requires cars to give cyclists at least fleet of space when passing on a state roadway. and if the driver doesn't have the room, they have to slow down. some cyclists kpix 5 spoke to think the law is a good move but they are not sure if drivers will actually follow through. >> i think it's great. i have been riding and racing for many years and it's pretty much sucks when they ride up on you. >> it's not too bad on a wide road but on the narrow roads, you are lucky if they give you three inches nevermind three feet. >> if you are caught break thing the law it's a $35 fine. if a driver causes a crash there to be a $200 fine. water-dropping helicopters flew through the night dousing
a wildfire east of l.a. some live pictures there. you can see the smoke. the madre fire started about 6:00 yesterday in the angeles national forest above azusa. within a couple of hours it had spread to nearly 200 acres more than 2 dozen homes are under voluntary evacuation. the cause is unknown. we'll keep you updated throughout the morning. time now 6:36. let's get another check on the weather. america's cup is going on and who knows what's going to happen? >> i think it's going to be a rough day. i don't think they will be able to get it going today. the winds are going to pick up. a cold front now making its way into town. as it moves through it's a dry front so not going to bring us any rain but it will bring us some clouds. you can see it sliding into the north bay right now. those clouds are already moving through that direction but once it moves on through, the winds will be kicking up and the temperatures really going to cooling off all around the bay area. hey, it's looking very nice here out over the bay bridge. a beautiful shot this morning. and the temperatures staying very mild into the 50s and the 60s at this hour. but i see things change through the middle of the morning. that cold front moves by and
these temperatures will be much cooler by the afternoon. 70s in the south bay where yesterday we had a lot of 80s. in fact, many of these numbers about five to 10 degrees cooler than just yesterday. and inside the bay, those winds will be whipping. so yeah, tough going for the america's cup. think a little rough to get out with the sails filling up with all that wind. 67 degrees in san francisco. we'll have more on your weather coming up. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> reporter: thanks, lawrence. there was a three-foot-long piece of metal in the road in oakland that caused this mess. up to 19 cars on the right-hand shoulder in the area with those flat times. some have body damage. this is southbound 880 approaching the high street exit. so they were able to clear that piece of metal from the roadway so it's no longer an issue if your are about to head off for your morning commute. it is causing slow you know. they had to run a traffic break to clear it. we are not sure how it got there. there was some overnight roadwork right in the same
area. it is slow in that area southbound 880. northbound looks good all the way towards downtown oakland. we are also getting word of a bad accident. this is on city streets in san francisco. police are on scene lombard and franklin. we have learned that a car hit a hydrant and a pole. lombard and franklin that's the intersection. lombard and commercial remain shut down this is in the noncommute direction. it's heading towards the golden gate bridge not away from it. that is the latest from here in the "timesaver traffic" center. back to you. >> all right, liz. thank you. bart and labor unions couldn't be further apart as they get back to negotiations this week. the bart board which originally offered no raises is now offering a 10% pay hike over 4 years. the transit system which was hoping to save $140 million is now looking to pay $34 million. >> right now, i can't discuss what's talked about in closed session but we are wanting to
see more movement on the other side. >> they started way below where they should have in april. they started at minus 12% net so if you look at that they had a long way to go. so the movement they made, where they're at now they should have been months ago. >> the unions are not moving. they are asking for a 21% raise which will cost bart $86 million over 4 years. they have until october 10 to work it out or there will be another strike. have you ever heard of ghost voting? where a lawmaker is casting a vote for a fellow lawmaker who isn't there. an l.a. assemblyman in the foreground is not there but assemblyman reggie jones sawyer also from l.a. is voting for the missing assemblyman. we heard various versions of what's permitted. >> it's a custom and something you're allowed to do.
>> give me the definition of ghost voting. >> uhm, you know, actually i don't know. >> there you go. there's no confusion though in the state senate. they have a rule that you have to do a voice vote. you actually have to say yay or nay on a bill. coming up at 6:40, china doesn't usually allow social media use but there's a city now where that's changing. >> google is buying up more office space. how many more employees the company will need to fill the space. >> how about the market just opened up on this tuesday morning. about 10 minutes ago. take a quick peek of the early numbers. a bit of a mixed bag. a little up, a little down. but the morning is just kicked off. we have kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks coming up.
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but now the commun klein is not facebook or at which time -- china is not facebook or twitter friendly. most social media is banned through the country. now they are planning to allow western websites in the free trade zone not just social but media sites like the "new york times." china is modeling shanghai after hong kong where internet censorship is relaxed since it was a british colony until the late 1990s. four linkedin users are suing them accusing the company of breaking into companies, harvesting emails and sending spam. they say linkedin use accountholder names and likenesses in emails to the holders' friends trying to get new users. the "new york times" reports linkedin denies breaking into user accounts. google is buying up more real estate in mountain view. the tech giant just paid $246 million for $7 billion in that city. earlier this month they leased several office buildings in sunnyvale and in one month they have acquired more than a
million square feet of space enough to hold more than some 4600 employees. new state law gives teens a chance to retract potentially embarrassing posts they may have placed on the internet. take for example this girl's performance on youtube. the government signed a law to remove online activity of californians 18 and under if requested by the minors. it goes into effects in 2015. a silicon valley giant is involved in a big merger. and bay area home prices are some of the fastest growing in the country. here to chat with us, kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a big merger between two chip equipment makers santa clara based applied materials and tokyo electron. the merger will create a company worth $29 billion. they will be sharing leadership with tokyo electron's chairman
and the applied keeping his role. the two companies say they will save $500 million a year in operating expenses. wall street liked the news applied shares are up about 8% in the early going. home prices continue to climb but slower over the course of the summer. the s&p kay schiller 20 city indexes is up and the bay area up 2.2% in july from june a little lower than the 2.7% gain in june up 24.8% though from a year earlier. that was the second biggest gain only behind las vegas. overall in the 20-city index, up 1.8% in july slightly lower than the gain in june. 12.4% higher than a year earlier. chrysler filing for an ipo worth $100 million if it goes according to plan. they haven't been publicly traded since 1998. right now it's majority owned by fiat. the market off to a flat start this morning after a three session losing streak.
look at the numbers right now the dow losing 6 points, nasdaq up 4, and s&p is dropping 2. michelle and frank, back to you. >> kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks, thank you. time now 6:47. liz is so busy in traffic she doesn't know where to begin. >> well, we do have a number of different incidents going on right now. this traffic alert is still out there and it's a bad injury crash. there is another accident in the opposite direction. so the traffic alert is eastbound 80 right there by lagoon valley road. at least one lane is blocked. it has been blocked for a half hour. and now we are getting word of a new fender-bender. it is westbound. that has already been cleared off to the right-hand shoulder but we're obviously seeing delays right now in both directions of interstate 80. towards the bay bridge it's a busy morning. fortunately we have not seen any incidents here. it's just your usual commuter traffic right now and it's stacking up towards the foot of the maze coming down the eastshore freeway. we are also seeing a few brake lights down through berkeley up to about 26 minutes right now
from the carquinez bridge to the maze. once you get past the incline section this is what it looks like on the upper deck itself. it is a nice flow of traffic all the way out towards treasure island and coming into san francisco. some east bay drive times that westbound 580 commute very busy this morning 29 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. and oracle openworld continues to cause some traffic headaches for folks near the moscone center. howard is shut down between 3rd and 4th through friday morning. that's the latest from here in the "timesaver traffic" center. for the latest on your forecast, here's lawrence. >> all right. elizabeth, big changes today. a cold front swinging into town will usher in some good winds along the coastline and inside the bay. and it looks like some cooler temperatures too. mostly clear and then by the afternoon, in fact part of the morning we'll see winds picking up and it's not going to be as warm. below average temperatures through the middle of the week. a cold front is moving in after
high pressure brought us sunshine yesterday. temperatures coming down, cooling trends in effect winds picking up as the cold front passes through. how about sfo? well, no delays to be reported today. and that's good news as we have mostly clear conditions toward the afternoon. around the country. 91 degrees the possibility of showers. clear skies and 72 degrees in new york. around the bay today, should be brisk out toward the coastline. you will really feel the wind out toward the beaches today along the great highway. 70s in parts of the bay and then really only mid- to upper 70s in the warmest spots inland. next couple of days, here we go. we are going to watch those temperatures bottoming out toward the middle of the week. then warming up a bit on thursday and friday. and this weekend is looking great. lots of sunshine coming our way. those temperatures soaring back up into the 80s. all right. time to get up, kids! your schoolcast today. san leandro high school in san
leandro, morning bell, 58 degrees. clear start to the day. lots of sunshine a little breezy though. if you would like to nominate your school for our schoolcast, go to kpix.com/schoolcast. >> .com. >> what i said. >> enter your school. >> thank you. security experts are concerned the fingerprint security on the new iphones might not be as secure as customers would like. hackers in germany claim they found a way to crack the system with fabricated fingerprints. they promised it would protected customers from thieves and cyber attacks. that's not stopping consumers from buying them. apple sold over 9 million over the weekend and that's a record. stock jumped 5% yesterday on the news. time now for a look on what's coming up on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us from new york. good morning. >> hey, good morning to you,
frank and michelle. ahead our conversation with president bill clinton. he has a personal connection to the kenya attack. we are also going to talk about whether he thinks president obama should meet today with the new iranian leader and hillary clinton's possibly 2016 run. plus, former fbi insider john miller joins us to discuss how the government is working to help terror organizations to keep terror organizations from recruiting and operating inside the u.s. and one-third of the rock and roll super group crosby, stills and nash, graham nash on 50 years of rock history. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you right at 7:00. >> sounds like a great show. norah o'donnell "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. see you then. time now is 6:51. he is $400 million richer and he wasn't even planning on playing powerball. the errand that led to the winning ticket.
[ male announcer ] the outside of your car is going to get dirty. but the right gasoline can help keep the inside clean. chevron with techron. care for your car. or three americans and one briton are among the attacks at a mall in kenya. reports claim the americans are 18 9 years old and lived in minna or . kenya's foreign minister says two or three americans and one brit are among the attackers at a mall in kenya. reports claim the americans are 18 to 19 years old and lived in minnesota or one other place. kenya's military says most of the hostages have been released but as many as 10 do still be held inside that nairobi mall. al-shabab a somali based terrorist group with ties to al qaeda has claimed responsibility for that attack. president obama will address the opening of the u.n.'s general assembly session today and secretary of state john kerry is scheduled to meet
with his iranian counterpart this week to discuss iran's nuclear program. it's the first time the two nations will hold meetings and talks since the iranian revolution in 1979. and congress has one more week to pass a new budget or the government will be shut down. the senate began debate on a budget bill on monday. republicans would like to strip away the money to implement obamacare. the winner of last week's $400 million powerball jackpot has claimed his prize. but the south carolina man is remaining anonymous. the winner says the man stopped to get gas and his wife told him to go in and buy some hot dog buns. they didn't have any so he bought $20 in lottery tickets instead. >> buy hot dogs now. and a 15-year-old boy is recovering from being bet en at candlestick parking lot after sunday's 49er game, he was beaten. he was about to urinate inside a stranger's car when he was punched and kicked. 29-year-old man from fresno was arrested in the car just a few
blocks away. new this morning, bullets flew in a violent night in east oakland but it was a car crash after the shooting that turned deadly. kpix 5's cate caugiran is getting the latest from oakland police this morning. cate. >> reporter: michelle, investigators had detained two suspects involved with two different crime scenes and it turns out they are 17-year-old boys. now, police say the two boys drove to the intersection of 82nd and rugsdale and fired several shots into homes and cars in the area around 10:20 last night. several neighbors called police. no one was hurt in that area. however, as the teens tried to get away from police, they ended up crashing into a car near the eastmont towne centre at church and bancroft. the crash killed an innocent man in the other car. this news comes as oakland is considering a controversial youth curfew to cut down on crimes like this. the curfew would ban youth under 18 from being in public areas after 10:00 in the evening. reporting live in oakland, cate
caugiran, kpix 5. new this morning, oakland police are investigating another death from late last night. a man's body was found in the street in the 2400 block of 89th avenue. that was shortly after 11:00. the man had been shot in the head. and getting one last traffic check this morning, let's go out live to vacaville. we are getting our first pictures now of this overturn accident. so this is eastbound 80 approaching lagoon valley road. the driver of that car obviously very serious injuries. the extent of which we're not sure right now but we do know one lane is blocked. and we did check in with chp and they said that one lane is going to be blocked for the next hour. they are hoping by about 7:50 this morning they can re-open all lanes. in the meantime, westbound traffic is also slow but should not be impacted by this crash. let's also go out live now to san francisco. the scene of another pretty bad accident. the driver of that car slammed in a hydrant and then a pole as you see there.
this is lombard and franklin right now the westbound lanes of lombard remaining shut down. now, it is in the direction of traffic heading towards the golden gate bridge. so it is going against the commute. but you can expect some delays. and a quick look at mass transit so far if you want to use this, this morning, everything is on time including systemwide for bart. lawrence? >> how about a beautiful live shot for us this morning? yeah. this is a nice one. the sun just coming up. you can see that cold front just making its way into the bay area. isn't that a beautiful shot? >> ooos and aaaahs!! [ laughter ] >> temperatures 50s and 60s right now. clouds will whip through the bay area. but winds will kick up throughout the day today. and some cooler temperatures outside. still some 70s in the valleys. 60s toward the coastline. bottoming out tomorrow, and then i think we warm up this next weekend. yes, mr. mallicoat? >> the whole program, not one thing about the raiders on the broncos between you two. >> i had not much to say after that game last night. >> we're not talking right now. [ laughter ] >> guess not.
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