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so that will keep the >> reporter: this golf course has a few extra obstacles and temperatures cooler but over the weekend, maybe slightly warmer and maybe a few more the animals. clouds. we have a blocking ridge of when the sun goes down, the pigs come out. high pressure i control. no threat of any rainfall. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this low pressure works under the morning." captions by: caption colorado ridge eventually clouds firstname.lastname@example.org beginning to float in our direction over the weekend. but staying dry. but very cool especially out >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald . toward the beaches in fact many good morning. it's thursday, october 24. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. spots inland even running well below average. low clouds extending further onshore this morning going to start to break up but slowly throughout the day today. so the temperatures are going time now 6:00. right now, another bad day to be down all across the for bart. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran board. highs probably only in the 70s in the warmest spots well is live in orinda. inland. you will see that in the south >> yeah. that's where yesterday's bart train fire is causing some big bay maybe about 57 degrees in morgan hill. only about 68 in san jose. out at the beaches very cool 54 delays during this morning's commute. cate. >> reporter: here's what i in half moon bay. 55 degrees in pacifica. east bay numbers where yesterday we had some 80s, know. delays will be expected until 7:30 this morning. today only into the 70s. and the damaged train is not here anier mo. about 72 degrees in pleasant it's on its way to the concord hill. 71 concord. and 73 degrees in napa. inside the bay we'll find a yard but it's moving very slowly. cool 60 into san francisco. bart got heavy equipment still some lingering clouds. keeping the train on the but check out daly city. likely to be cloudy all day
long. only 53 degrees. next couple of days, we'll keep tracks. those temperatures down then it was a 1200-pound metal over the weekend a few more monitor piece. now that 10 car train is moving clouds coming our way but at about 5 miles an hour. actually warmer then we'll cool originally they thought they down but more sunshine coming would need a rescue train to our way as we head in toward move it but engineers got the next week know. train up and running. >> it's now sitting cut up on the platform with wires all bad just a little cool. tangled up in it. they are going to move it out >> not bad. thank you. 6:19 now. of the way clean up the tracks we have some more than 16 years and then get it open hopefully after a death some new information is now coming to light in the jonbenet ramsey the estimate right now is within two hours. murder case. in 1999, the district attorney announced there was not sufficient evidence to file >> reporter: this comes after charges against her parents but yesterday at the peak of the apparently the grand jury had a evening commute. the train pulled into this different opinion. colorado judge has ordered the orinda station and people on release of court of documents showing the grand jury voted to the platform saw smoke from underneath. firefighters say the smoke was indict her parents john and coming from the train's semiconductor box. the good news is that no one patsy ramsey. jonbenet ramsey is trending today. also trending black fish. was injured. now investigators are working it's a documentary airing tonight on cnn that looks into the history of orca captivity to figure out how and where this fire started. and tells the story of a delays are about five minutes rights now because the orinda seaworld trainer killed in 2010 station is operating on a single track and until that train is completely moved off
of the rail, that's how it's when a killer whale pulled her under water. going to be. chancellor angela merkel called delays are expected to increase president obama yesterday to throughout the morning. find out if the nsa was spying again it's going to last until on her phone calls. santa rosa sheriff's deputies 7:30. reporting live in orinda, cate caugiran, kpix 5. shot and killed a 13-year-old unfortunately, the delays are already getting bad. boy carrying a fake assault rifle. bart just sent out an alert and tom harding is going to be saying to expect major delays which typically means 30 playing elton john in the minutes or more. and if they are having to biopic rocket man. single track it on a popular bat line that pittsburg-bay you can follow us on twitter point bart line, between the at #cbssf. it's a catch that sent a rockridge and the lafayette station, now that things are player to the hospital. going to get worse before they how the cardinals robbed the red sox of a grand slam in the world series. get better. so again expect major delays once again for bart especially >> straight ahead, i promise i those east bay commuters trying to get into the city. golden gate ferries caltrain will not take up too much of and ace fortunately everything your time. else is on time. only got a minute. got a world series to talk but that yellow bart line about. and a failure of communication with the cardinals. oh, sloppy game. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, that's the one impacted right now, the orinda station by the way is open. it is picking up and dropping off passengers. better news here. dublin westbound 580 approaching hopyard, all lanes are clear. there was an injury accident blocking about three lanes. fortunately they were able to clear it to the right-hand shoulder quickly but it's very stop and go right now from
livermore actually even from the altamont pass. that drive time is now in the red. and out towards the bay bridge toll plaza the metering lights were turned on before 6 a.m. at 5:44 so the delays extend towards the overcrossing for about a 15-minute wait to get you on the bay bridge. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." for more on your forecast, here's lawrence. >> and low clouds a little more extensive around the bay area. but the sea breeze has picked up that means we are not seeing the dense fog over the past couple of days. clouds outside but not thick fog. we are seeing west-northwest winds at 5 miles an hour into san jose. southwesterly at 8 into sfo. you see that sea breeze to 24 in fairfield. that's just enough to help mix out the dense fog this morning. temperature-wise, fairly similar. 40s and 50s to begin the day. but by the afternoon, it's going to be a cooler day. highs out at the beaches only in the 50s. some of these places maybe only into the low 50s for highs with the patchy fog. inside the bay you will see some sunshine, some hazy sun and 60s and 70s in the valleys. we'll have more on the weather
coming up. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, a new group is calling for bart manage earth to be criminally charges for the deaths of two workers on the tracks saturday. anne makovec is at walnut creek. the group wants murder charges filed. >> reporter: they are looking at charges of criminal negligence and murder. this group is called the united public workers for action. they are planning to hold a press conference outside a bart board meeting this morning. you just heard from the bart spokesman about this issue within the past hour. >> they are doing an independent investigation. they are going to draw ♪ conclusions. we are in the middle of a nice car. sure is. grieving process. it's extremely up that there make a deal with me, kid, and you can have the car are some who want to politicize these two very tragic deaths. and everything that goes along with it. ♪
♪ >> he the workers were on the tracks. a manager training to be a so, what do you say? thanks... but i think i got this. ♪ driver during the strike was [ male announcer ] the all-new cla. set your soul free. operating the train at the time the two workers were killed on the tracks. the workers were operating under what's called simple approval when they were on the tracks. that means they were responsible for their own safety. the warning process will be beefed up until investigators figured out what went wrong here on the tracks in walnut creek on saturday afternoon. >> what do we know about the group united public workers for action? >> reporter: neither of the unions is involved directly with that group. it's sort of a union for unions. it's public workers all over california and it's basically a political group. it does a lot of lobbying in sacramento. >> anne makovec live for us in series.... boston's david
walnut creek this morning, thank you, anne. ortiz goes deep to right fi some developing news as you wake up. firefighters in concord are trying to determine what low clouds extending well onshore today. started this fire. at least one car and a camper were destroyed when this storage building in concord walnut creek sunshine this went up in flames. the fire at the building on via afternoon 73 degrees. near weather repeat for de mercados near concord avenue started about 11:00 last night. tomorrow. >> the orinda bart station is smoke and flames could be seen for miles. the cause is under investigation. open this morning. the the good niece. but expect delays continuing on the pittsburg-bay point line. the bart board of directors they are still cleaning up will vote today on whether to make all day bike access a after yesterday's bart fire. there's only a single track permanent policy. if approved, bikes would be open. the latest bart delays coming up. allowed on all trains except the lead car and the first good morning, everybody. got a minute? are you ready? three cars during rush hour. are you ready? here we go! bart has been testing the new world series game one boston first time since 2007 against procedure for months finding the cardinals already up 4-0. david ortiz bats away, gone? no, carlos beltran took a home riders receptive. run away. the board will also have a closed session meeting with union labor negotiators following the vote. this morning a community is a run did score. beltran hurt his ribs on the demanding answers after sheriff's deputies shot and play. killed a 13-year-old boy. he was taken to the hospital. the victim was carrying a fake ak-47. he is day to day. all red sox last night. this is ortiz again. and this one is not coming back. a two-run homer. it's on top. the red sox roll 8-1. game 2 the real ak-47 is below. later today. steph curry and the ws last
kpix 5's brian webb reports, friends and family members' night in the state capital running with the kings. sadness has now turned to working on free throws. david lee, boy. anger. >> reporter: a row of candles lit up a crowd with tears miss there and the warriors lose by one, 91-90. oh. falling down as a community's sadness turns to anger. >> can't make sense out of this, it's their classmate gunned down walking through a sharks sam boyle recovering from this on-ice incident last field. >> reporter: 13-year-old andy week reportedly will rejoin the team later on this morning at lopez was shot several times and killed tuesday afternoon the skate-around in boston. won't play against the bruins though. while holding a toy gun deputies thought was real. ethan oliver says he saw it all. >> the kid froze. but chris wondolowski can play! he was -- he froze. scores one for the earthquakes >> reporter: i bought a similar last night against the team called heredia in a tournament. gun at a walmart store. that at buckshaw stadium last night. wondolowski and the earthquakes win by a final of 1-0. and that this is it, light, looks real is sports at this enough except for this orange hour,everybody. tip that shows it's a toy. have a great day. we'll see you a little bit later on. some of andy's friends think he may have painted this part to make his gun look more real. authorities showed off a fake and real gun side by side to show how much they look alike. they said deputies told andy thank you, vern. twice to drop the gun. we are going back to th world >> as the subject was turning toward him, the barrel of the assault rifle was rising up and series and we'll show this play
turning in his direction. the deputy feared for his again. boston's david ortiz going for safety, the safety of his the grand slam. carlos beltran, i don't think partner and community in the so! he goes over the bullpen and area. >> reporter: andy's parents called their son a polite and makes a terrific grab but hits his rib cage right there. popular boy and member of the he is day to day. may not play tonight. game 2 set to go tonight but school band. and they call what happened here wrong. >> what happened yesterday was that is your play of the day. red sox of course winning game really unfair. >> 1,000 memories with my son. >> reporter: for neighbors it's not about a toy gun but about one last night. two sets of rules, one for the 6:26. san jose mayor chuck reed is on rich and one for the poor. >> if you put this same kid and the east coast today. why all eyes are on him. with that plastic gun and everything on fountain grove >> reporter: and bart workers you know what they wouldn't are trying to move a train that even touch him. caught on fire yesterday >> reporter: brian webb, kpix 5. >> andy's parents say they had completely off the tracks. a rule to never take the gun but that means some major delays for your morning commute. we'll have the details coming out of the house. up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, but friends say the open field is often where andy would take it out of the house to play. the two deputies involved are on administrative leave. happening today, developers of that healthcare.gov website will appear before a congressional committee. this morning cgi federal will answer questions about the website which has been very slow and unresponsive. the developer has already taken
partial blame. but says the ultimate responsibility really lies with the government. >> it's our job to hold them accountable and when it comes to obamacare, clearly there's an awful lot that needs to be held accountable. >> the frustration that lawmakers who supported the affordable care act feel orvis fly the fact that a portion of it is not functioning at level we want it to function is frustration shared first and foremost by the president. >> some lawmakers are calling for a one-year delay at the $95 fine for not buying health insurance due to problems with the burbs but the white house is opposed to that saying there are three other ways to buy insurance on the market exchanges. new this morning a pilot dousing wildfires in australia has died after his plane crashed in a remote area 60 miles south of sydney. the water bombing plane went down in a remote area 60 miles south of sydney. the pilot was the only person on board the plane. 60 fires in the eastern part of the country have ravaged nearly 300,000 acres and destroyed 200 homes.
6:09. it's a cold case coming back to life. the new revelations in the jonbenet ramsey case. plus -- >> it's important to be informed because we are the next generation that's going to be making these decisions. >> from books to labs to real- life situations how this science class is guiding students to a greater understanding. coming up. >> more low clouds around the bay area but less fog. temperatures going to wind up being cooler. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and a downed tree continues to cause traffic troubles if you on highway 1 in pacifica. we'll have more on this plus our major bart delays right after this break. ,,,,,,,,
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places that have access to great school systems, protestors.. is raking it i why the court is giving hime access to jobs and multiple transportation modes money... than it gave the protesters. then -- then the neighborhood begins to thrive and then really really take off. "she was just always happy formerformer uc-davis the oxygen of community redevelopment is financing. police officer is receiving and all this rebuilding that happened more money than protestors he could not have happened without organizations like citi. pepper sprayed. >> she was always happy to teach. >> a 14-year-old student is held without bail for the citi has formed a partnership with our company murder of a popular teacher. so that we can take all the lessons how the school is helping from the revitalization of urban america to other cities. students cope with the tragedy. >> it is not as foggy outside so we are now working in chicago and in washington, dc and newark. but we are seeing more low clouds, some cooler it's amazing how important safe, affordable housing is to the future of our society. temperatures are ahead. we'll talk about that coming up. >> bart is back on time. for more on the orinda fire and crews removing the car off the track, cate caugiran has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. >> reporter: good news no delays at this point. but bart says we can expect them later in the morning as
they work to move that train completely off the tracks. right now it's going to the concord yard very slow at 5 miles per hour. workers spent the early-morning when it's time to talk butalk to the leader. tyco integrated security. hours trying to get a 1200- we'll create a solution customized just for you. pound motor monitor cut into pieces to clear the train from and you can manage it all right from the palm of your hand. the track. this is the piece of equipment that kept the train from moving after failing and overheating during yesterday's fire. >> is it an initial inspection? there is no damage to the track and no damage to the third rail. so now all that has to be done is to clean it up and then get that car out of the way and we have powered everything on and we were able to slowly move it. >> reporter: yesterday, riders on the orinda platform were shocked when they saw massive amounts of smoke billowing from underneath its pittsburg-bay about their environment point train. firefighters say the smoke came from the semiconductor box but its hands on experience that investigators are still working keeps these kids e dont spend alot o to find out the cause of the students at a san rafael high school have fun while learning about their fire. so it might be a little
environment. frustrating getting to work but the good news is there are still no delays reported at it's hands-on experience that keeps these kids engaged and this point but bart says to they don't spend a lot of time at their desks. and that's what makes terra linda high school this week's anticipate them because until "cool school." they can really move that train it's a science class with real world experience. off the tracks to the concord students are focused. yard, orinda station will be operating on a single track. they are studying how live in orinda, cate caugiran, temperature, rainfall and kpix 5. >> thank you. nutrients affect the growth of new this morning, bart is terrestrial plants. changing one of its policies now after two workers were >> continuing to look at how the environment conditions killed on the tracks saturday affect plant growth because it affects climate change. afternoon. kpix 5's anne makovec is in walnut creek this morning and anne, i understand bart gave you an update about an hour ago. >> reporter: yeah. this all comes as a group >> reporter: in the class, science is fused with current social and economic issues. united public workers for action is calling for murder charges against bart managers after this accident that killed two workers on saturday >> it really allows the students to kind of bring in a lot of outside knowledge their own knowledge own experience into the course how it affects their lives. >> reporter: what they learn afternoon. here is often used outside the classroom and the bay area is now, bart has already changed the perfect laboratory. one of its policies under which the workers were operating >> we live and interact with simple approval. it meant the workers were the bay. we need to be aware of kind of the history of environmental movement, environmental issues responsible for their own safety working in teams of two. in the bay.
>> reporter: recently the class one being on the lookout for visited the drakes bay oyster company and heard arguments oncoming trains. >> it is mainly when you're from both sides about why the walking up to an area you want to inspect that very initial breaching when you're looking to see what needs to be done then workers call in for a work farm should stay open or close. then they held it a debate and order which provides much more analyzed the hetch hetchy reservoir and the demand for water in northern california. >> it gets me thinking about how i affect the environment, protection than the simple approval process. how my family or how this >> saturday the train was being school affects the environment. >> i think it's important to be operated by a manager training to be a driver during the informed because we are the next generation that's going to be making these decisions. strike. this is a reenactment of i'm almost 18 so i'm going voting and stuff and it's nice to know that, like, we're learning about what's happening saturday's events. yesterday investigators put this reenactment together. right now. using mannequins to get a >> work together. >> reporter: making science relevant to their lives has been the hook in keeping these teenagers engaged and loving science. better idea of the train speed and position at the time. >> the ntsb is expected to take up to a year to complete the >> i think whenever you offer investigation. concord firefighters are students the opportunity to experience hands on laboratory investigating this fire after a or project-based learning or be storage building went up in flames overnight. smoke and flames could be seen involved in debates, we're modeling some very kind of high level thinking, uhm, you know, for miles in the east bay. curriculum. that fire destroyed at least one car and a camper at the
building on via de mercados >> and a lot of them they want near concord avenue. other bay area headlines, go on to study science in college. so it prepares them for that. san jose bear chuck reed is heading to the east coast where he will speak at two events on the topic of pension reform. >> it takes a good teacher to inconspire them. very popular at that school. today mayor reed is set to >> what is cool about your deliver a keynote speech in new school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com. york about his efforts to we may come and feature your school on the show. reform public employee pensions. tomorrow he will be on a panel we have a traffic alert. about pensions for police and let's throw it over to liz and firefighters in washington, d.c. the former uc-davis police see what's going on. officer who pepper sprayed a >> unfortunately it involves bart once again. trouble due to the train fire row of seated campus protestors will get more money out of it happening on the tracks in than protestors did. a judge has approved a $38,000 orinda last night during the evening commute. they just removed the train from the tracks within the last workers' comp. half hour. settlement between john pike that's the good news. but they still have the and the university. he says he suffered depression inspection process going on so a very loose estimate right now it's about 7:30 before they can and anxiety due to death completely re-open both directions of tracks because threats. the protestors each received right now they are having to $30,000. happening today, the kennedy cousin in prison for killing a girl from the bay single track it between rockridge and the lafayette stations. so pretty significant delays coming into and out of orinda area could soon be released. michael skakel the nephew of ethyl kennedy convicted back in right now on that pittsburg-bay point line. that's in the san francisco and the pittsburg-bay point 1975 for the murder of his 15-
direction. we'll continue to watch it. in the meantime, we'll hit the roads and show you an updated year-old neighbor martha moxley. he was grand a new trial. a judge said skakel's former look at our sensors. attorney didn't adequately westbound 580 approaching represent him and granted him a hopyard. all lanes are clear after this new trial. injury crash had blocked at skakel blasted the same least three lanes of traffic. and you can see it is jammed attorney for not tracking down key witnesses. >> he led me to believe clearly solid through livermore. the drive time is a lot heavier than we normally see up to these people were coming to about 43 minutes right now between the altamont pass and testify on my behalf at this the dublin interchange. trial. >> martha moxley grew up in but at least they got the piedmont before moving to the accident clear. east coast with her family. it's no longer blocking anything. and out towards the bay bridge toll plaza they turn the skakel is expected to be metering lights about a half released on bail today. hour ago so now we are left three children were hurt after another student got ahold with delays backing up towards of a police officer's gun the overcrossings. looks like towards the 880 overcrossings, about 15 or 20 during a safety demonstration. it happened at an elementary minutes to get on the bay school in southern california bridge. yesterday. witnesses say officers were that's your latest "kcbs hanging out with the kids when traffic." for more on your forecast one of the students pulled the here's lawrence. >> extending the low clouds even further onshore this morning, we are not seeing the trigger of an ar-15 rifle that was mounted on a police real dense fog maybe just a motorcycle. the students were not hit by couple of patches outside early on today. the gulf but they suffered cuts throughout the day we are going to see some sunshine in the and bruises during the afternoon. but some cooler temperatures, confusion. developing news from massachusetts, counselors will clouds at the coastline. be available today at the school where a popular teacher
was killed tuesday. a 14-year-old student is held without bail for the murder. investigators have not offered a motive for the killing or the cause of death. the student had recently moved to the area from tennessee. >> i met him in lunch a few weeks ago and he seemed like a normal kid. it wasn't like he was a troubled kid. >> he was one of the nices -- she was one of the nicest teachers in danvers always went out of her way to talk to you and say hi to everybody. it's a tragedy. >> the body of 24-year-old colleen ritzer was found in the woods near the school after blood was found in a restroom. new this morning, dozens of passengers had to sleep on the floor at the airport in fort lauderdale after spirit airlines delayed several flights. the carrier says it's conducting a pro-active and voluntary check on its aircraft engines and that's causing major delays. last week a spirit airlines flight from dallas to atlanta suffered an engine failure. spirit airlines anticipates the checks on each plane will be done by midday today. another bay area tran
transit strike is averted for now. an alameda county superior court judge approved governor jerry brown's request for a 60- day cooling-off period between ac transit and its unions. the move comes just days before 1600 workers planned to strike. 6:37 right now. let's check the weather. you said less fog today and cooler. >> yeah. a little cool around the bay area. we are seeing a lot of low clouds but not true fog. so it looks like the visibility should be improved. delays at sfo though of an hour and a half plus because of low clouds sitting over the bay right now. and continuing well onshore. temperatures very similar to yesterday. starting out with some 40s and 50s. 46 in concord and santa rosa and 52 in san jose. in the afternoon cool at the coastline towards the beaches highs only in the 50s. average temperatures usually in the 70s and 60s. only about 60 even in san francisco. about 71 you will see some sunshine in concord but that's still below average and about
77 degrees slightly above the average in livermore. all right. let's check the traffic with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. back out to our breaking bart news this morning. both tracks and both platforms are now open in orinda. there has been some confusion some mixed reports on the delays. right now they are very minor delays just some residual delays of maybe five to 10 minutes and they are mostly in the pittsburg-bay point direction. they are no longer having to single track it. and if you are coming towards san francisco from the east bay, everything is pretty much on time according to the bart spokesman that we talked to. so again, these are just residual delays. everything will be back on track and they have both trains and tracks running. that's the good news there. ferries, caltrain and ace also reporting no delay. hayward southbound 880 approaching whipple an accident blocking one lane traffic jammed from beyond 92. a quick check another update on the bay bridge, metering lights are turned on before 6:00 this
morning. so we are backed up towards the overcrossings almost to the foot of the maze with 15 to 20 minutes to get on the bay bridge. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." back to you. >> thank you. it's 6:39. using social media to buy a gun. the online forum more and more people are turning to, to get weapons now. >> and google has a cool new feature. how it's transforming your handwriting. >> and the market opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the numbers. today is a very good day. we are going to check the numbers and more with moneywatch reporter gigi stone right after the break. ,,
the market moved higher after the jobless claim was reported down 12,000. gigi stone reports a lot of americans are not expecting they will ever be able to retire. >> reporter: a sobering survey out this morning from wells fargo. it finds 34% of middle class americans surveyed plan to work until they are at least 80! 37% plan to work until they get too sick or die. respondents say they can't afford to pay their monthly bills and save for retirement at the same time. a jury found bank of america liable for mortgage fraud. the bank's countrywide unit sold defective loans to mortgage giant fannie mae and freddie mac. bank of america says it's considering an appeal. this is the first time a court has found a bank responsible for wrongdoing tied to the financial crisis. and starbucks ceo howard schultz says he is going to revolution identify the world of tea the same way he did for coffee. starbucks is opening its first tea bar in manhattan called
teavana and hopes to open 1,000 more. for the latest business news follow me on twitter. i'm gigi stone at the new york stock exchange. the numbers in the last couple of minutes the market up 39 points on the dow. and we have some breaking news to share with you right now. road rage led to a shooting in fremont. police are on the scene closing brown road and mission boulevard. one man is at the hospital. we have a crew going to the scene and we'll have more information as soon as we get it. text messaging skype and face time have, well, really changed how we communicate. >> but the new technology advantages can be isolating for some senior citizens. an 81-year-old woman from tennessee is getting help navigating the web. the tutorial is part of her caretaker's routine. in fact, visiting angels home healthcare service now includes internet training as part of their program. she spends about two hours a
day surfing the internet. >> go on day trips quite a bit and make pictures and then send pictures and ask people if they can figure out where we are. >> experts say surfing the web decreases depression by 20%, something that affects 25% of seniors. google can take your handwritten scribble and turn it into text. they have rolled out a new feature in google docs and gmail. you can write out what you want to say with a mouse pad or cursor. google will try to create a typed version of your words. if it can't decipher the world it will give you choices to pick from. seems time-consuming. >> yeah. why not just write it first? the gun market is booming on instagram. there are new reports that more people looking to buy or sell a gun are turning to instagram. unlike gun shops or gun shows, sales on the internet are essentially unregulated by federal authorities. when it comes to earnings, mark zuckerberg is doing rather
well. the facebook cofounder is making $30,000 every seven minutes. oops. he just made 500. [ laughter ] >> his corporate compensation package last year a record $2.3 billion. most of that came from stock options. hey, walmart kicked off a trading program in hopes of boosting ipad sales. you can trade in for $300 on your tablet and use the credit towards the purchase of an ipad. they cut the price of the ipad air the new one by 20 bucks and will start selling it on november 1. there's a boom in condo construction in san francisco but many of these new buildings don't have garages. that means more people will be taking the already crowded muni. so it's starting to deal with the upcoming growth. muni has passed a third car to selected downtown metro trains. >> people who normally get passed up in a station can get on the three-car train and get downtown. >> next month, muni plans to
experiment with double loading on light rail where back-to- back trains can load at the same time as far as the new housing prices start around $700,000 for 600 square feet. goes into the millions for larger units. i can't -- 600-square-foot space for $700,000?! >> more than 100,000 for 10 by 10 spot. >> i don't know. people pay it liz, i guess. >> going to the hills. >> makes denver look pretty good, huh? >> i know. >> it's expensive. let's go out towards bart and once again update you here. both tracks are now back open. they are no longer having to single track it in orinda. there was an earlier bart fire last night. they had to remove the trains from the tracks and then they had to do the inspections so it took a while for things to get back on track but they are getting there slowly. right now there may be some minor residual delays mostly in the pittsburg-bay point direction but just a heads up things should be back to normal very shortly for bart riders. golden gate ferry caltrain and ace everything else reporting
no delay. all right. out to hayward now. southbound 880 approaching whipple. we are still watching this accident. still blocking one lane and the delays here getting bad. looks like it's stacking up towards 238 and those red sensors are not the ones we like to see. those mean speeds under 40 miles per hour. so you can see them backed up all the way towards san leandro down into the hayward area. northbound traffic looks like it's getting by okay though heading towards oakland, this is a live look near the oakland coliseum and close to oakland airport taillights moving northbound and so far it's only 18 minutes on northbound 880 between 238 and the maze. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." with your thursday forecast, here's lawrence. >> all right. not seeing that thick ground fog around the bay area today. instead, low clouds extending well onshore. maybe further onshore than yesterday. so as we head out the door this morning the temperatures very similar 40s and 50s but not that thick fog that we have seen the past couple of days. looks like by the afternoon a little sunshine in the bay and the valleys but cloudy at the coastline. and those temperatures are
going to stay very cool. a little warmer toward the weekend but we may see a few more clouds. of course, we have had a few of these areas of low pressure just passing to the south of this blocking ridge of high pressure. no threat of any rain around the bay area. the jet stream just too far to the north so staying dry for now. but cooler than normal in many spots today. around the state you will see some 80s still into the central valley 58 degrees partly cloudy into monterey bay and drizzle in eureka. around our bay, well, keeping things cloudy at the beaches. only in the 50s. mabel some spots only in the low 50s there, maybe in some spots. 60s inside the bay and 70s in the valleys. next couple of days some similar temperatures and then we'll warm up slightly over the weekend maybe back into the 80s in some of the warmest spots. then our skies are going to clear out but cool down as we head in toward next monday and tuesday. all right. let's check your schoolcast for today. st. helena catholic school. you might want to grab a jacket out the door. it's a chilly start to the day, 45 degrees. 68 into lunchtime recess and by the time you get out, 75 degrees and mild.
if you would like to nominate your school for our kpix 5 schoolcast go to school school. -- go to kpix.com/schoolcast and you can enter your school in there. >> up in wine country. >> a little chilly start for them. >> no kidding. 45. intruders at a bay area country club have gone hog wild and apparently roughed up the place in almaden valley when the sun goes down the pigs come out! these wild boars have dug holes all around the country club and people's yards causing thousands of dollars in damage. for the past month as many as 40 of them some weighing up to 300 pounds have been coming down from the hills looking for food. >> we're concerned about the human issue now and the pigs being on the street and that's what we're looking at as a country club and with our neighbors around us wanting to have them protected. >> so far the department of fish and wildlife nor the city of san jose are stepping in so the country club has installed fencing. >> reporter: coming up on kpix
5, both platforms are open here at the orinda bart station, this after workers tried to move a train that caught on fire yesterday off the tracks. we'll give you the details in a live report. >> reporter: new calls for murder charges against bart managers after that deadly accident this weekend. bart's response coming up next. the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can
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deputies found him in a field tuesday afternoon with the rifle. investigators say officers think the gun was real ordered lopez to put down the weapon twice. the teen was shot several times and killed. at least one car and camper were destroyed when this storage building in concord went up in flames on via de mercados on concord avenue started at 11 p.m. smoke and flames could be seen for miles. the cause is under investigation. >> reporter: i'm cate caugiran live at the orinda bart station where both tracks are now open after crews worked overnight to clear a damaged train from the tracks. bart workers were here trying to get this 10-car passenger train moved from the station. investigators found out it was the monitor that failed and kept the train from moving. they had to cut it into pieces in order to clear it from the tracks a. >> this is our busiest line. we have trains running sometimes every five minutes. and so it's great news that we were able to get this work done overnight and get it out of the
way before the peak of the peak commute. >> reporter: yesterday during the height of the evening commute riders on the orinda platform were shocked when they saw smoke billowing from under its pittsburg-bay point train. firefighters say the smoke came from the train's semiconductor box. investigators are still working on finding the cause. only minor delays at this point but against things should be back to normal quickly which is good news for commuters. live in orinda, cate caugiran, kpix 5. i'm anne makovec near the bart tracks in walnut creek where the investigation into a deadly accident this weekend that killed two workers continues. this morning, there are new calls for murder charges against some of bart's managers in the wake of that accident. that is were a group called the "united public workers for action." they are going to be holding a press conference outside a bart board meeting this morning. >> in the meantime we wish people would allow us the
grieving process instead of laying blame before we really know what caused this horrible deadly accident that we're all grieving from. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board is heading up the investigation into those deaths. they reenacted the accident yesterday using mannequins trying to get a better idea of the train as speed and position. meantime bart is also suspending the policy under which those workers were operating called "simple approval." in a meant the workers were responsible for their own safety working in teams of two with one being the lookout for oncoming trains. at this point, that policy is suspended which means any workers out on the tracks will have greater warning of any trains that are headed their way. live in walnut creek, anne makovec, kpix 5. breaking news now. road rage has apparently led to a shooting in fremont. police are at the scene right now and have closed brown and mission. one man being checked out at the hospital. we have a crew headed to the scone and will bring you more
information as the morning continues. out to hayward now probably our worst drive time and worst hotspot. southbound 880 approaching whipple. within the last few minutes they opened all lanes so the accident is cleared to the shoulder but delays continue jammed solid from san leandro. also very busy from the altamont pass and the livermore valley. there was an earlier crash in pleasanton. so the drive time is in the red nearly 40 minutes between those wind turbines and 680. and out towards the bay bridge, it is standing up into the macarthur maze so you're looking at 20 minutes now to get you on the bridge. but good news, all bart trains are on time. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." here's lawrence. delays at if due to low clouds of over an hour and a half, not dense fog like yesterday. still clouds extending further onshore. temperatures now in the 40s and 50s. it's going to stay cool at the coastline, highs at the beaches only 50s today, maybe some 70s in the valleys and 60s inside the bay.