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good morning, everyone. it's thursday, it's september 10. i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is off this morning. and we begin with some breaking news out of contra costa county. an early-morning fire sent 7 people to the hospital. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live from the bay point with the very latest on that fire. good morning, kiet. >> reporter: good morning. still a very active emotional scene here on anchor drive in bay point. a lot of people evacuated now. many of their homes damaged. people in tears trying to figure out and worry about what they will do next out here in bay point. now, this all began at 1:00 a.m. when a minivan caught fire in a driveway off anchor drive. witnesses reported hearing explosions and at that late
hour, firefighters think it burned for quite some time before anybody noticed. the fire then jumped to a house and then heavily damaged it and then spread to three more houses. a lot of folks are in bed and by the time they tried to escape, there was a lot of smoke and flames. many of them had to run past the house that was fully engulfed and had smoke inhalation. one man had burns to his back and went to the hospital. all injuries are minor at this point. contra costa county fire marshal robert marshall says the high cost of bay area housing might be a factor in all of this because when people cram into houses, they often have unpermitted construction that pushes the homes too close together making it easier for the flames to spread. >> people are finding alternate ways of living in that kind of situation so you have houses that become overcrowded and they need places to put those people so that's one of the possibilities is that they build for that reason. >> reporter: now, investigators are checking their body cameras and dashboard cameras to see if that will help to figure out what caused this fire. the fire also burned the power
lines above the homes and that knocked out power to the neighborhood. as far as traffic, they have reopened now pacifica avenue so really the only closure we're talking about is on anchor drive. live in bay point, kiet do, kpix 5. the hot weather an extra challenge for bay area firefighters. this brush fire broke out on oakland road in north san jose last night. firefighters worked to put the fire out. all residents nearby could just wait and watch and hope. in the end firefighters got it under control before it burned any of the homes there. the captain believes the fire started at a nearby homeless camp. and 17,000 people,000 people are out of -- 17,000 people are without power this morning as the butte fire continues to burn. it blackened 1200 acres in amador and calaveras counties. no structures have burned so far, but some evacuations are in place. power is not expected to be restored until later tonight. that fire only 30% contained. this week's heat is prompting shorter school days on some campuses in the santa clara valley. school let out at lunchtime yesterday in the campbell union high school district.
the plan is to do the same today with very high temperatures forecast once again. many classrooms in the district are not air-conditioned. >> the heat also affected the sports teams with practices canceled or moved indoors. the district has high schools in san jose, campbell and saratoga. did you say many people don't have air-conditioning? >> true. >> now we have mother nature's natural air-conditioning. we have the return of the marine layer affecting the coast and bay, as well. with san francisco just 24 hours ago, we were at 66 degrees. we're now at 56 degrees due to that cool seabreeze. we are still at 70 in livermore where yesterday it topped off at 107 degrees. it is yet another "spare the air" day today. the third consecutive day and it's also the third straight day that we do have a heat
advisory in effect away from the coast. so here's how we are playing out your numbers today. 68 degrees in half moon bay. currently we have a half mile visibility due to the marine layer. but 85 degrees in pacifica. 90s and triple digits around the peninsula into the santa clara valley. east of the bay up to 107 degrees again today livermore also danville blackhawk and pleasanton. 103 in concord as well as clayton and pinole. 80s in stinson beach, triple digits in sonoma and santa rosa and napa and we'll see again today 104 degrees in ukiah, 100 in windsor. we have relief inland and we'll talk about that in less than 10 minutes. good morning, liza. >> good morning, roberta. no relief for san francisco commuters where we have been watching the "sig alert" still in place for northbound 101 just before 280. that's where a pair of lanes are shut down and traffic slow approaching the scene. it's backed unbeyond 3rd at this -- it's backed up beyond 3rd at this hour for the next
45 minutes. three cars were involved in this accident. and there are injuries reported. now in terms of traffic you're going to want to take 380 over to 280 as an alternate. also getting first reports of an accident beyond this picture here. westbound 80 before west grand approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. one lane of traffic shut down there. you can see from these live pictures it's very slow at the pay gates. already backed up beyond the 880 overcrossing. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." now to frank. california democrats have scaled back a bill aimed at curbing climate change. the governor is angry about the pressure that oil companies are putting on lawmakers. >> climate change is not some little, you know, issue of a governor or anybody else here. this is an existential threat to your children! >> governor pretty fired up. the bill had called for the state to cut its use of
petroleum and gasoline in half by 2030. that mandate was dropped after it fell short of the votes needed to pass. >> we are going forward. the only difference is my zeal has been intensified to a maximum degree! and nothing, nothing! is going to stop this state from pushing forward on our low carbon fuel standards and our cap and trade and our electric vehicle mandate and all the rest. >> also yesterday, negotiations over proposed gasoline tax increase collapsed because of a lack of support from republican leadership. how about some football? it's kickoff day for the nfl regular season and that's a special treat for the fans right here in the bay area. anne reports from justin herman plaza. >> reporter: this is cool for even nonfootball fans. check out the stage that has been set up. there's going to be a big concert this afternoon. it is free. it is open to the public. a live pre-game concert right
here at justin herman plaza. train, a band that originated in san francisco, and ellie goulding will be performing. it is free and open to the public. but you got to line up early. first come, first served. the nfl has taken over pier 35 and the plaza but the variety of football features, there's an exhibit displaying all eight super bowl trophies of the raiders and the 49ers. there's an obstacle course to catch passes. there's an area where fans can put on the equipment of the 9ers or the raiders. all part of the lead-up to the bay area's hosting of super bowl 50. >> it's been unique in that we're planning a whole year of festivities on the 50 celebration that started at the draft and things looking cool and community programming as well whether it's our super bowl high school honor roll program which is delivering 3,000 golden footballs back to the high school of every player and coach who parities baited in the super bowl to some of the great activities that the super bowl host committee is
doing really a year-long celebration here and nationally. >> reporter: the bay area have a great super bowl history. we have the most wins ofother geographic region in the united states. so the big concert today starts any at 4:30 p.m. gates open at 2:30. through colling sunday stands add 3le 30. -- -- -- the could be earth is starts at 3:30. thank you, anne. oakland has settled with the woman who got into that car accident with the mayor jean quan. the city will pay the person $15,000. she claims quan was on her phone and speeding when she slammed into the woman's nissan back in 2014. quan has denied that claim and said she isn't to blame for the woman's injuries. take a look at this video showing a limo that caught fire on northbound 880 in san jose. a member of the band red dragon cartel said the group was on
the way to a nightclub when their hummer limo went up. everyone got out okay. video shows the limo burned up. time is 6:09. we are learning more about the woman accused of jumping off the bay bridge to avoid police. and why she was willing to take such a huge risk. >> and recent heat wave is making for an even tougher year in wine country. the impact of the unusual conditions coming up. >> did somebody say heat wave? yes, it is a prolonged heat wave. i'll share with you which areas will be hottest again today. >> and it's like looking like rush hour at the bay bridge toll plaza where there's an accident in the clearing stages and big-time delays in san fr,,
today we're gonna talk about trucks. works for me. which truck brand do you think offers best in class hd towing? ford. i would say the ram. ok, lets move to the second door. best v8 horsepower. the ram. i say ford on the v8. chevy. what about this year's motortrend truck of the year? chevy. what do you think? the ford. there's no reason why they shouldn't be. let's see how you did. oohh! that's the chevy silverado hd, the chevy silverado, and the chevy colorado.
i really need all of to you take a look at this and then put your hands together and let's say, oh, yes! it is the return of the most welcome marine layer. that marine layer is cooling down our coast and some areas around the bay today. but we do have temperatures still topping off at 85 degrees in san francisco. 92 across the bay in oakland. up to triple digits around the peninsula. full forecast in a few minutes. new documents show a richmond woman who allegedly escaped arrest by jumping off the bay bridge was allegedly drunk at the time. erlynn sanchez-edwards appeared in court yesterday. the chp says she and two other prostitutes crashed a stolen car on bridge last month. the woman had allegedly been drinking. sanchez-edwards jumped 70 feet into the bay below trying to avoid police. cost of a transit project in san francisco is going almost a quarter billion
dollars above initial estimates. the "chronicle" newspaper says the new estimate for the transbay transit center is $2.1 billion with another $244 million expected to be added. it's not clear yet how that extra cost will be covered. this week's intense heat in northern california is forcing winemakers to speed up their harvest. kpix 5's andria borba reports out of napa where the effort to pick healthy grapes is now in overdrive. >> part of wine making is a little bit of -- is a lot of perspiration and a little bit of ingenuity. >> reporter: in the sun, the perspiration factor has been high in the napa valley this week with downtown reaching a high of 103 degrees today, the harvest already under way, has hit hyperdrive. the goal, no grapes overripening on the vine. >> we'll be at about 95% of our harvest by the end of the week in a few days. and we are about 50% a week and
a half ago. so we brought in quite a bit in a short amount of time. >> reporter: at the vineyards in napa harvest on the 20 acres they own and the 100 they contract out had been happening for a few weeks already. >> with the onset of the recent heat spell, put us a little more on alert. >> reporter: and that meant long days and night in the vineyards with the sun and triple-digit heat to avoid sour grapes. >> when the fruit is ripe we pick it regardless of whether it goes on our schedule or not. >> all these skins are floating on top. the wine is underneath. >> reporter: this crate of grapes is already fermenting and bound for the barrel and then the bottle. >> smells like black cherry and rhubarb pie and cherry cola. stephen colbert having fun
with elon musk. >> you're trying to do good things and you're a millionaire. you're either a superhero or super villain. you have to choose one. >> trying to do useful things. >> his twitter photo looks a lot like dr. evil from the austin powers movie but musk refused to let colbert pin him as a superhero or villain. they moved on to topics like space travel and talks about the colonization of mars. >> but eventually you can transform mars into an earth- like planet. >> how would you do that? >> you would warm it up. just warm it up. >> with a blanket or what? how would you warm mars up? it's a long way away from the sun. >> it's a fast way and a slow way. >> okay. uhm -- [ laughter ] >> give me the fast way. >> the fast way is to drop some nuclear weapons over the polls. [ laughter ] >> you are a super villain. that's what a super villain
does. >> yes. >> okay. musk appeared this same night as actress scarlet johansson who met him during the filming of ironman 2 so a reunion last night on colbert who is off to a great start. and it's going to be a hot day and i guess traffic, you're busy, too, right? >> it's been a rough morning for san francisco commuters. we have this accident we are still watching. a "sig alert" in place. that means chp expects to have lanes shut down for an extended period. they are telling us they hope to have this cleared up by 6:30 this morning. in the meantime, you can see our sensors are pick up very slow traffic for that north 101 drive. apparently some sand barrels were damaged as well so crews are on scene cleaning up. two lanes of traffic are shut down, north 101 slow beyond 3rd approaching the accident scene. continue to use 380 over to 280 as your alternate. so that's going to be a hot spot. an accident just cleared from lanes over at the bay bridge toll plaza. westbound 80 just before west grand avenue, you know, the metering lights are on at the bay bridge and traffic is backed up from the foot of the
maze. once you pass this mess traffic does okay across the bridge heading into the city. no delays as of yet for i-80 heading through berkeley and emeryville. and we do have an improving situation now in terms of street closures. we are hearing from kiet do that pacifica avenue is now open between anchor and port chicago highway. it had been shut down for a period of time because of that fire in bay point. ainge con shut down for one block near port chicago. -- anchor shut down for one block near port chicago. it's live it's our kpix 5 weather camera atop our studios in san francisco looking due east towards the bay bridge. we have a few clouds out there. and we have the return of the marine layer along the immediate seashore hanging very, very tight. that's why in san francisco, we are down to 56 degrees. and again just 24 hours ago, we were at 66 degrees. so that's what a seabreeze would do for you. it's cooled san francisco down a good 10 degrees. we are still at 70 inland. it is yet another "spare the
air" day the third one where we have a heat advisory in effect. it includes 6 million people, 1 million at the seashore and in san francisco have a break from the heat due to the return of a seabreeze. otherwise, hot inland. we do have relief in sight away from the bay. but that will not occur until at the end of the weekend. now, this is the return of the low clouds the patchy fog along the coast. you started noticing it and making an approach at 10 a.m. so it has put a dent in the half moon bay forecast at 68 degrees today. otherwise, high pressure a huge bubble that continues to encompass the northern half of the state. the remnants or the blowoff from hurricane linda caused some rain showers across the southern california area yesterday. very hot and humid there. we'll see increased levels of humidity by sunday. and until then, 85 in pacifica. 85 san francisco. 92 oakland. 90s and triple digits around
the peninsula today. upper 90s to 104 in morgan hill and in gilroy. 107 again today in livermore. triple digits santa rosa through calistoga through sonoma int napa. cooler on friday, otherwise you have to hang out until seasonal hiles return to the inland about tuesday. hey, frank, what's going on as far as eggs are concerned? >> yeah. time is 6:20. mcdonald's is changing the way it does breakfas and california is getting credit. it's called a watershed moment for animal welfare coming your way. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the giants' biggest home run hitters were out of the line-up. care to guess the result? the a's give the fans so,,,,,,,,
good morning, everyone. the a's gave bob melvin a two- year contract extension to stay in oakland through 2018. now, his boss billy beane made it clear melvin isn't to blame for the team being 20 games under .500. >> by the way, not all the players i gave you were good. so, uhm --[ laughter ] >> can say that again. the astros have a few good players. 4th inning evan hits one high as he does far. two-run shot. houston beat the a's 11-5. crawford on the bench? giants in arizona. heston could have used him. a two-run bomb in the 4th inning, the giants lose 2-1. they go 3-7 on that road trip.
and jimmy fallon dancing at the u.s. open. that guy on the right? justin timberlake and stephen colbert once again tonight after the late news. back to tennis, roger federer won't be a guest on the show but he made quick work of gasquet in the finals. the 34-year-old plays the net to perfection. he will play stan wawrinka in the semifinals tomorrow. steve young on the state of the 49ers. what he thinks about them and where they are going. tonight at 6:00. i'm dennis o'donnell. stay cool. thank you, dennis. play of the day, we have a little baseball for you. we have the orioles and the yankees. they are in new york. we have a great catch. justin going back and leaps up by the budweiser sign. that baby would have been gone. keeps it in the park. out. but in the end, yankees lost to the orioles, 5-3. but a nice catch and your play of the day.
he's sparking concerns about a serial sniper. >> and here we go again. three down, two more days to go with temperatures in the triple digits. i'll show you where it's going to be the hottest today. >> and the chp has a "sig alert" in place for san francisco where an accident is blocking lanes and new problems for 101 in novato. island have details good morning. it's thursday, september 10. i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is off this morning. and we begin with breaking news this morning in bay point. 7 people are injured after an early-morning fire raced through several homes. kpix 5's kiet do has been live at the scene all morning with the very latest on how that fire started. >> reporter: good morning. the sun is coming up here in bay point at the scene. we are now seeing firefighters leaving but also the arson investigators are now here to figure out what happened out here in bay point. we are also have some brand-new helmet cam footage courtesy of contra costa county fire department. that shows them standing in between two of the homes that were heavily damaged. to give you some sense of the danger and the effort it took
to get these flames under control, they were massive flames that all began around 1 a.m. when a minivan caught fire in a driveway off of anchor drive. witnesses reported hearing explosions and at that late hour, firefighters think it burned for quite some time before anybody noticed. the fire then jumped to the house heavily damaged it and then spread to three more houses. a lot of people were in bed and by the time they tried to escape there was a lot of smoke and flames, many having to run past the house that's fully engulfed and had smoke inhalation. 7 people were injured, four taken to the hospital. one man had minor burns on his back. all the injuries were described as minor. contra costa county fire marshal robert marshall says the high cost of bay area housing might be a factor in all of this because people often cram into houses in the neighborhood. they often have unpermitted construction and that pushes the homes too close together making it easier for the flames to spread. >> people are finding alternate ways of living and so you do have houses that become overcrowded and they need
places to put the people. so that's one of the possibilities is that they build that way. >> reporter: the flames are intense. they burned the power lines above and power is still knocked out to the neighborhood. and we are seeing traffic loosen up here so it is flowing once again here in pacifica avenue. still closed on anchor drive. kiet do, kpix 5. all the hot weather bringing fire fears. this brush fire broke out on oakland road in north san jose last night as firefighters worked to put the fire out. all residents nearby waited and watched. in the end, firefighters were able to get it under control before it burned any homes. the captain believes that fire started at a nearby homeless camp. and the sizzling temperatures have hundreds of south bay schoolkids heading home early from school. classes ended at lunchtime yesterday in the campbell union high school district. the plan is to do the same again today with the very high temperatures forecasted one more time.
many classrooms in the district are not air-conditioned. the district has high schools in san jose, campbell and saratoga. let's check the weather. we'll have to have the heat for a couple more days. >> i emceed and event last night. [ indiscernible ] >> it was a great event. we in san jose for stop hunger now to feed people. we packed 7,000 meals last night. >> oh, my gosh. >> wasn't that great? in san jose it was 95 so it was 10 degrees cooler than pleasanton. >> so you got some relief. two hours sleep last night. >> it was worth it. take a good look this. isn't that great? >> yeah. >> that is ocean beach right now. totally socked in with the marine layer. as a result, temperatures in the mid-50s in san francisco. it's still 67 in san jose. it is 70 in livermore. today is yet another "spare the air" day here in the bay area. for the third straight day we have a heat advisory in effect until 7:00 tonight away from
the immediate seashore. so this encompasses about 6 million people here in the bay area that will feel the temperatures well above average. in fact, we are still going with 58 degrees in pacifica today but 68 degrees in half moon bay where we have been socked in with a layer of low clouds so therefore visibility down to about a half mile. 90s to triple digits around the peninsula today. 104 morgan hill and in gilroy which we had a record yesterday of 104. it was 107 in livermore on wednesday. today, same. triple digits around the tri- valley. 102 pittsburg all the way through clayton. 80s around stinson beach to triple digits in sonoma and 103 cloverdale. relief inland, i'll tell you when to expect. here's liza. no relief for san francisco drivers where we have been watching this accident and it's still out there in the clearing stages north 101 just before the 280 interchange. two lanes of traffic are shut down as they work to clear up this accident. looks like some sand barrels were damaged in the crash so
expect delays beyond candlestick approaching the accident scene. continue to use 380 over to 280 as your alternate. meantime, in the novato area, there is an accident south 101 just beyond san antonio. you can see it is causing delays now backed up into the petaluma area. and it has been a tough morning for the altamont pass. still backed up solid beyond the 205 interchange. in fact 205 is backed up from 11th and that stays steady through livermore, pleasanton approaching the dublin interchange. so slow going there. and also outside of the immediate bay area just keep in mind in los banos westbound 152 at dinosaur point one westbound lane shut down because of a wildfire so traffic is backed up for five miles approaching the scene. police say they have a suspect in a case of racist graffiti in san francisco. they arrested this man, 62-year- old john schenone tuesday after receiving several tips. anti-chinese messages appeared at 6 locations on monday
morning in the bayview and portola neighborhoods. schenone could face felony hate crime and vandalism charges. state assembly passed a measure to allow doctors to prescribe life ending drugs to terminally ill patients. the bill was approved yesterday on a 43-34 vote and could go to a vote in the state senate as soon as today. lawmakers testified for and against the bill. and many spoke of their personal experiences with dying relatives and friends. >> somebody with a terminal illness less than 6 months to live, and then they have to elect to meet with two separate physicians independent physicians who both agree on the diagnosis and the prognosis. >> governor brown has not indicated just yet whether he would sign that bill into law. a bill to restrict drones over private property hit a roadblock a veto by the governor. it makes it a trespassing crime to operate drones 350 feet from
a property unless the owner gives permission but the governor said that rule goes too far. he said it could expose hobbyists and approved drone users to excessive lawsuits. justin herman plaza will be jumping this afternoon. it's kickoff day for the nfl and the bay area is catching football fever. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the plaza this morning with what is a big football party. good morning, anne. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, just looking behind me you can see one of the many reasons why the bay area was chosen to host super bowl 50. we have a beautiful venue. the concert you can see the stage is set up there. that's going to be going on this afternoon and in the background of course the georges bay bridge. we have palm trees. -- the gorgeous bay bridge. we have palm trees. this is right along the embarcadero. the concert will feature train a band that originated in san francisco and ellie goulding. parts of the concert will be played for the nfl kickoff game tonight. it's free and open to the public.
they are at justin herman plaza with a variety of football features. there's an exhibit displaying all eight super bowl trophies, the raiders and the 49ers. and there's an obstacle court where you can catch passes and an area where fans can put on the pads, jersey and helmet of the 49ers or the raiders. >> at the end of the day it's a big cultural event. we'll be doing things closer to super bowl down in the south bay, up here there's something for every age, every person, casual fan, avid fan, that's the beauty of super bowl. it brings everyone together. >> reporter: and the bay area does have the most super bowl wins of any geographic region in the united states. of course, we have two teams but who's counting? we'll take the victory. the concert by the way, the free concert today starts at 2:30.
conner is didn't concert starts at -- concert starts at 3:30. live at justin herman plaza, anne makevoc, kpix 5. mcdonald's is going cage free. over the next 10 years it will be switching to 100% cage-free eggs in its 16,000 stores. that's in the u.s. and canada. the humane society says this is an industry changing announcements and says california voters should get some of the credit for passing prop 2 back in 2008. >> california shows corporations that consumers think is unacceptable to confine chickens in small cages. >> prop 2 doubled the amount of space required for each bird. mcdonald's already uses 4% of eggs produced here in the u.s. so the change to cage-free is a win for animal advocates and chickens as well as for the fast food chain's image investigators are looking into a rash of freeway shootings shootings in arizona the latest in arizona.in phoenix where a truck's window is shattered. it's the tenth shooting over
the past couple weekend. no one has been seriously injured. >> it is just a matter of time if this behavior continues that we have tragedy on our roads. >> at this point investigators are not sure if all the shootings are connected. police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect with a reward now up to $20,000. up next, a classic race car stolen from the driveway of an east bay man's home. the evidence he hopes will get his prize mustang back home. >> and thousands were on hand for apple's product unveiling in san francisco. but for some, it was a bit of a letdown. thos,,
today we're gonna talk about trucks. works for me. which truck brand do you think offers best in class hd towing? ford. i would say the ram. ok, lets move to the second door. best v8 horsepower. the ram. i say ford on the v8. chevy. what about this year's motortrend truck of the year? chevy. what do you think? the ford. there's no reason why they shouldn't be. let's see how you did. oohh! that's the chevy silverado hd, the chevy silverado, and the chevy colorado. no way?! chevy, chevy, chevy. wow. that's a clean sweep.
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good morning. flying around the bay area, you can see what to expect at the coast today. 68 degrees a cooldown in half moon bay due to the return of the marine layer. but 85 degrees in pacifica. 90 to triple digits at the peninsula up to 104 in morgan hill and gilroy. 107 in livermore for the second day, also in brentwood and pleasanton and danville and blackhawk. 102 degrees in pittsburg today. north bay numbers stack up from 83 degrees in stinson beach to 100 degrees in petaluma. upper 90s in kentfield. upstream we go to 100 degrees in windsor. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." and our favorite gayle king back again. live and -- >> this will be good. >> it is good, you're live, good morning. >> reporter: hey, hey, frank. hi, i know we're planning a surprise. ahead we're in phoenix as the fbi joins the hunt for a shoot
ever targeting drivers on i-10. plus republicans go after donald trump and hillary clinton loses the lead among democrats in another state. and we are going to take you inside the wilson football factory. get ready for the surprise! where the iconic pigskin gets a golden makeover. >> this is the golden football! we have one right here. they are doing a makeover for super bowl 50 because it's the 50th anniversary golden year, get it, frank? >> i get it. you know where that football game, by the way? >> of course i know where it is, frank, darling. it's in san francisco. because i'm coming to see you. it's actually in anaheim but it's san francisco. >> actually it's in santa clara. >> actually in san jose. >> santa clara. >> it's santa clara. where is the damn game, people? [ laughter ] >> it's in santa clara. we'll be there. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. that's right. [ laughter ] >> that's where i got the san francisco from. i'll see you at 7:00. >> you're from her, enjoy the
football. [ laughter ] >> that should be a rock 'em sock 'em show. that starts at 7:00. soon police in california may not be able to pry into your cell phone or computer without a warrant. a bill sent to the governor's desk would require police get a judge's approval before searching through your text, computers, even your gps. it could be signed into law in just a few days. the driveway may be safe to park the car but for one bay area race car driver, it spelled disaster. christin ayers spoke to this man who is now missing his prize the $100,000 mustang. >> it kills you. it's like having your child kidnapped. you know? you just, um, you don't know where to look. reporter: this is the race car that mike chadwick calls red. he spent 12 years lovingly restoring it. >> one of a kind. it's a one-of-a-kind mustang, '67. >> reporter: a 1967 mustang,
with a 6 -- with a 634 cubic inch engine. it's sleek, fast and pricy, worth over $110,000 and make says he took red for a spin at the sonoma raceway monday. but the place where he stores the mustang was closed. so he parked red in the trailer attached to his pickup truck and left it in front of his san ramon home. the next day -- >> quarter past 2 in the afternoon they stopped and broke into it and drove off. >> reporter: a neighbor snapped this picture of someone driving mike's pickup off with the trailer attached and his beloved mustang inside. that neighbor thinks there were three thieves driving this sedan. mike believes the thieves targeted him. >> they had to have gone to the race, saw my car perform, and it was a fast car. and they probably followed me home and then came back the next day and stole it. >> reporter: a day and a half later, and he says he is losing hope he will ever see his mustang again. >> as far as i'm concerned, the car is gone. >> reporter: san ramon police are investigating. mike's truck is a tan ford pickup towing a 24-foot-long
trailer that says stroke of luck racing on its side. in san ramon, christin ayers, kpix 5. mike isn't offering a reward for the mustang. he just wants the car back. mike, we wish you all the best. let's check traffic now. here's liza with a look at that. >> it's been a busy commute in san francisco, frank. good morning, everybody. we are still watching 101 in the city where there is an accident in the clearing stages. now, the chp had hold to re- open lanes by now. it's taken them a little while to clear it. so this is northbound 101 before 280. the latest report shows two right lanes are shut down. traffic is backed up welcome marine layer to candlestick approaching the scene. use 280 as the alternate to get out of the peninsula for san francisco. also an accident in the clearing stages and bay point is in the commute direction. westbound highway 4 at bailey.
traffic has been backed up from antioch for that westbound commute. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are on and traffic is backed up into the macarthur maze. i-80 the eastshore freeway that westbound drive is backed up from beyond golden gate field approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. so a long commute for this bridge, other bridges are moving well. as we look at the welcomed fog at the golden gate bridge, southbound 101 moving well leaving southern marin. there are some delays this morning, though, for 101 leaving petaluma bound for novato. heading for the richmond/san rafael span, this is it right here. there are backups now just as you approach the toll plaza. traffic seems to be doing okay once you're on the span bound for san rafael. and traffic volumes are up at the san mateo bridge but westbound traffic is going to be fine at the toll plaza. it will be sluggish for you though on and off though heading all the way across the span towards the peninsula. and on this "spare the air" day, we are keeping a close eye on local transit. it's been a good morning for the bart system. they are still on time, no delays for any mass transit.
that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. time check for you it is now, what is it, liza, 6:48? >> 6:50. >> i'm not feeling the love this morning. 5:18 this morning i had 10 weather watcher checking in and now i have nearly 3. where did? >> go? to work or back to sleep? we have linda in san rafael reporting 59 degrees and los altos steve reporting 65. and we have temperatures in the low 60s according to darrell y ee in alameda, love you guys, thanks so much for staying with us this morning and checking in letting me know what's going on in your neighborhood. watch this. oh, my goodness, you have to take a look at this. put your hands together. we have all been waiting for that. it's the return of a pretty robust marine layer that has saturated the golden gate bridge knocking back the coastal temperatures. san francisco at 56. still at 70 in livermore. santa rosa at 54. as liza said, we have yet
another "spare the air" day in effect for most of the bay area in addition to the third consecutive day of a heat advisory in effect for 6 million people who live in the bay area. so that probably is you unless you're on the immediate seashore where you are the recipient of the seabreeze so your temperatures coming down there today. 68 degrees in half moon bay. right now we have visibility down to about a half mile due to areas of low clouds and fog. but it's going to be hot again today bayside into our inland areas and we have relief in sight for inland residents by the tail end of the weekend. this is it. i started noticing this about 10:00 yesterday morning. the marine layer inching closer and closer to the coast. and now lining the immediate seashore into monterey bay. that right there is blowoff from hurricane linda causing rain showers across southern california. we won't see any rain but high humidity on sunday. we are still under that bubble of high pressure in northern california. while we have the cooler
seabreeze we have hot temperatures inland. here's how i plan out your numbers. 85 in pacifica. 60s in half moon bay. 70s around daly city. 90s triple digits peninsula through the santa clara valley. 107 for the second straight day in throughout livermore. tomorrow just a couple of degrees cooler that's about it. and seasonal highs returning right here to the bay area by the beginning of next week. make it a great day. >> my tomatoes are loving the heat. me, not so much. [ laughter ] apple fans are still buzzing following the company's new product rollout. the new apple tv is getting some upgrades including access to apps and siri remote. the new ipad pro posting a bigger faster tablets with a 3d touch. >> this is apple's way to try to attract new users for the ipad, which has declined in sales for the past six quarters in a row. >> other updates include the
announcements of the iphone 6s and new fashion bands for the apple watch. some people are disappointed since many features and products are available from other companies already. time now 6:53. floodwaters are sweeping away houses, highways and cars in japan and the worst may be yet to come. >> reporter: and i'm kiet do. we are live in bay point where a car fire causes four homes to catch on fire sending people to catch on fire sending people to ,,,,
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injured. so far there are no suspects there. a new $26 million visitor center will open in shanksville, pennsylvania today to honor the victims of united airline flight 93. video to artifacts and photos telling the story of the people who wrestled the four hijackers for control of that airplane destined for san francisco on september 11th of 2001. 44 people died in the crash. floodwaters continue to rise in central japan after two days of heavy rain forcing more than 30,000 people to abandon their homes. the remnants of tropical storm dumped nearly 2 feet of rain in some areas and another 8" could fall by the weekend. right now there are no reports of any deaths. and the campbell union high school district will once again allow students to leave early today because of the extreme heat. many classrooms in the district are not air-conditioned. the district has high schools in san jose campbell and saratoga. and the nfl regular season begins tonight with the pats and steelers and a season long
celebration leading up to super bowl 50 which of course is here in the bay area. ellie goulding and train will put on a free concert in san francisco's justin herman plaza. the gates open today at 2:30. i'm kiet do. we are live here in bay point. arson investigators are trying to figure out what caused a house fire. this is footage from the contra costa county fire department's helmet cam. that shows them standing between two homes that were heavily damaged. gives you some sense of the danger and the effort it took to get these flames under control. and they were massive flames. this all began around 1:00 this morning when a minivan caught fire in a driveway off anchor drive in pacifica avenue. witnesses heard explosions and firefighters think it burned for quite some time at that late hour before being noticed. the fire jumped to the house damaged it and then spread to three more houses. a lot of folks were in bed then and by the time they tried to
escape there was a lot of smoke. many of them ran past the house that was on fire and they had smoke inhalation. a total of 7 people were injured. four were taken to the hospital. . one man had burns to his back. all injuries are described as minor. the flames were intense and so they burned up power lines above. power is out to the neighborhood. total damage estimated to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $850,000. live in bay point, kiet do, kpix 5. we have slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic has been backed up into the macarthur maze. the eastshore freeway long delays west 80 very slow from beyond golden gate field in all banfully approaching the maze. >> good morning, everyone. if you take a look outside right now, see that right there. let's put our hands together and say yes and thank you. thank you very much. it's a return of the marine layer. that's knocking back on you coastal temperature. 56 in san francisco. 68 in our inland areas. still up to 107 in the hottest locations. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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