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bay area. 880 in oakland traffic looking good now. ♪[ music ] [ trilling ] >> let's hear it. >> no. >> give me a word. [ laughter ] >> rojas. rojas. >> but you -- >> give me a rolling r, give me a word. [ crosstalk ] >> that's a rolling r there. hey, everybody. good morning. we have thin overcast as you get ready to kick-start your friday. we do have a little bit of condensation in the form of drizzle due that layer of low clouds. 52 santa rosa, 57 san jose. the winds are blowing this morning. 11 to 13 around san francisco across the bay bridge to oakland. 16 sfo. check out fairfield. the winds are up to 25 miles per hour. these winds out of the west 10 to 20 during the day so we'll call it breezy as the clouds
continue to "pushhhh" inland this morning. below average temperatures through the weekend and only a minimal slight chance of a widespread shower on saturday. here we go today temperatures cool 50s no clearing along the seashore. mid-60s common around the peninsula today. 67 degrees redwood city. palo alto and sunnyvale. campbell at 68. then 70 around morgan hill. swing around to the eastern portion of our bay area where on wednesday we hit 95, 96,no highs today. into the 60s with sunny skies once the clouds lift. we have the clouds lining the seashore today no clearing at stinson beach but ample sunshine in novato and petaluma high 60s and low 70s. the sun will shine in lakeport today. but we do have the unsettled weather pattern for the weekend. we'll talk about that at 18 minutes after the hour. let's send it over to -- [ indiscernible ] right now, we are tracking a new accident and this is along southbound 101 at brokaw.
right now chp holding all lanes of traffic due to this crash. speeds below 40 miles per hour even just approaching guadalupe parkway so just a heads up if you are heading into the south bay. bay bridge toll plaza speeds in the green. hold on to that wheel. we have a wind advisory in effect and you have to be careful as you make your way across the span. back to you guys. the trump administration is one step closer to repealing obamacare. a new healthcare plan passed the house. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us now to tell us the impact it may have if it becomes law. >> reporter: this plan would mark a sea change in what americans would expect in healthcare coverage. that is of course if it gets through the senate. the changes in the house plan are profound. the measure would provide tax credits to help people buy insurance. many low income and older americans would get less than
obamacare currently provides. it also allows states to opt out of obamacare's protections for people with pre-existing conditions. replacing them, instead, with federally funded high risk pools. there would be big changes to medicaid. after 2020, no new enrollees would be accepted. the bill scraps the federal mandate that everybody must enroll in healthcare or be taxed. >> premiums will come down substantially. the deductibles are going to come down. >> reporter: nancy pelosi calling it robin hood in reverse. democrats already gearing up to use the issue to take back control of the house in next year's midterms. >> you had every provision of this bill tatooed on your forehead. you will glow in the dark on this one. >> the bill now heads to the senate where it is likely to undergo substantial changes. but not before the
congressional budget office determines its cost and impact, which will be helpful. speaking of impact, a lot of people are wondering how it will affect them. we have a lot more details on that on our website, cbssf.com. >> so, anne, what is next it's moves to the senate? >> reporter: the vote in the house is so very slim and the republican majority is even slimmer in the senate. so several gop senators have expressed qualms about the house bill. democrats are united in their opposition. so it's going to be an interesting fight. >> thank you. the transportation safety administration has issued a new security alert warning the nation's trucking companies and their drivers about the use of stolen trucks. the tsa says terrorists could be planning to steal the trucks with the intention of using them as killing machines! the 6-page report obtained by cbs news references 17 known vehicle ramming attacks worldwide in the last three years leading to at least 173 deaths and more than 700
wounded! >> you think we are going to be seeing more of this kind of attack? >> i -- i -- i -- i believe there will be copycats. isis recruits about 50 people a day internationally. >> the tsa warning has also been shared with bus companies and the school bus industry. officials are urging people to be on alert for strange activities that may signal an attack. a special ceremony is planned at noon in san jose today to honor the officers who have died in the line of duty. this is video from a memorial in 2015. mayor sam liccardo will attend at the santa clara sheriff's office. city of san francisco is planning to make some significant parking changes in one neighborhood. but first officials want to hear from the public later this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in the neighborhood with a closer look at the changes. jackie. >> reporter: yeah, kenny. we're live in the outer sunset where the sfmta is proposing a lot of changes for this area
that they say will make it safer and add parking for people. they will have a hearing this morning. let's show you the spots they are talking about. if approved, the stretch of the area between 39th and 40th would get striped bike lanes in both directions similar to what you see here on ortega street. the sfmta will give bicyclists a little more room to ride on. further down vicente between 44th and 46th, the city will change them from parallel to perpendicular to add more spaces. one resident says by making them perpendicular it will allow more cars to park here. but at a price. >> it goes further into the street plus the bike lanes, i think it's going to increase how fast cars drive and in my opinion i work in the tenderloin, more cars, more obstruction, more crime. >> those parking spots that we're adding in were at the request of community petition. people said that there was a need to kind of change the way that the parking works in the
area so by adding perpendicular parking we were able to add five parking spots in the project area. >> reporter: another slight change that would happen here between 39th and 40th, while the angle of the parking spot wouldn't change, how the drivers would be forced to park would. instead of parking front in, the city says by parking back in, it would actually make it easier for drivers to see other traffic as they leave the space. so nothing is sentenced though yet so they are having another public hearing this morning at 10 a.m. at city hall. and if approved, the sfmta will discuss that at a board meeting. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. a live look outside right now from oakland. across the bay, you can see the "salesforce tower" one of the newest additions to the san francisco skyline. and only on "5," we are getting our first look at that art display that will grace the top of the tower. the electronic display will
have 11,000 l.e.d. lights with varying colors and designs. a video projection will show scenes from around the city. at 1,000 feet high, or 61 stories it will be the tallest public work of art in america. unlike other light displays, this one will be soft and muted and that's the point. >> instead of looking at the harsh lights, they face the wall or in the case of the tower, they face the side of the building. so you get a much softer image here because it's reflected instead of directed. >> if all goes to plan it will be unveiled this fall. time now 5:08. dead sharks are washing up at bay area beaches. what researchers think may be behind the mystery. >> reporter: and why are south san francisco parents sleeping in tents? they are doing it for their children. i'm jessica flores. i'll have the story coming up. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning, everyone. today is going to be cooler
than yesterday. but not as cool as tomorrow. the full weekend forecast is straight ahead. >> and a live look at your ride along 580 right at 680. that dublin-pleasanton interchange traffic getting busy out there. also tracking a new crash in the area. and an update for you on that accident in san jose coming up. ,, ♪ "turn around... every now and then i get a little bit hungry and there's nothing really good around. turn around... every now and then i get a little bit tired of living off the taste of the air... turn around, barry. i finally found the right snack."♪
forecast in just a few minutes. there's a mystery in the bay. researchers are trying to figure out: good morning. it's 5:11. you made it to friday, wahoo! it's cinco de mayo on top. we are under a layer of low clouds and fog, condensation, some drizzle. we do have cooler temperatures today for the weekend, as well. we have your complete traffic and weather report coming up in less than 4 minutes. there's a mystery in the bay. researchers are trying to figure out what is killing so many sharks. leopard sharks are dying off in droves like this one that washed ashore in burlingame yesterday. most of the sharks are getting washed up around the foster city and redwood shores area. several others have been found in alameda, marin and san francisco. and it's been happening for about 7 weeks. >> so from a conservation perspective, it's very serious. it's not critical. this is timed with their annual breeding cycles. >> tests show a viral and
fungal infection is somehow making its way into the sharks' brains. researchers think rain runoff is causing the problem. no word from fish and wildlife officials. parents are camping out to sign up their kids for after- school programs. jessica flores reports from orange memorial park where the parents are catching in the chilly weather -- are camping in the chilly weather. >> reporter: it's chilly and misty. if you want to see some dedicated parents come out here to south san francisco in front of parks and rec building. they have been out here for hours. they are sleeping now but registration opens at 7 a.m. they are all lined up hoping to get a spot for their children in one of these after-school programs. they are kindergarten through fifth grade. the programs are designed to provide academic support and parks and rec officials say the
programs also provide cultural enrichment. they have play day curriculum. returning families are preregistered. the parents in this group are hoping to get the remaining spots. >> well, for me, for my program, i'm actually number 2 on the list. and it's, like, 10 spots. so i'm doing okay. i don't know about everybody else. >> reporter: parks and rec say they will open up waiting lists for those who don't get a spot. the programs are monday through friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. these programs are especially important for working parents. instead of propping their kids in front of tvs or sending them to grandmother's, they can go here and engage with other students. it's critical for some. other parents have to wait and hope that get some of these spots here. reporting live in south san francisco, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. >> we just heard that mom
mentioning 10 spots. how many kids can the program actually take? >> reporter: there's different programs here but total there are 600 spots. but there are thousands of children in the district, thousands of k through fifth grade students for the spots that may not get one of these spots so only 600 spots. that's very limited. obviously. for these parents. that's why they are out here hoping to snag one of those spots. back to you. >> thank you. it is 5:15 right now. let's check the roads with jaclyn. >> reporter: good morning. and we have been tracking that accident in the south bay along southbound 101 right near brokaw. at one point chp was holding traffic due to the major injury crash. looks like they are in the clearing stages of that accident. speeds are starting to resume in those lanes. you may see activity in the area. traffic is able to get by now in both directions.
we'll take a look at your ride through the south bay and things all in the green. looking good for your friday morning commute. over to 580 right near 680 we did get earlier reports of a crash westbound couple of cars got into it over on the shoulder not blocking lanes but your ride getting more crowded for the morning commute. your travel time remains in the green just over 20 minutes. starting to see a few slowdowns as you make your way into livermore this morning. heading to the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights just yet, 20 minutes for the drivers from the maze to downtown san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. your hair looks so nice. it really does. i don't know what it is. higher humidity? i feel like a chia pet this morning! good morning, let's take a look outside. we have the higher humidity and areas of low clouds and fog. usually, we can see from the transamerica pyramid across the bay all the way to the bright lights of the port of oakland. and we cannot see it. visibility is restricted due to
the areas of low clouds and fog. temperature-wise 52 degrees in santa rosa to 57 in san jose. breezy start to the day, as well. currently around the rim of the bay, 11 to 13-mile-per-hour winds but sfo with overcast skies 16. 12 at the coast, concord at 8, 21 at fairfield. winds today will be breezy out of the west 10 to 20 and occasionally stronger gusts. let's say good morning rise and shine! weather watcher linda in fairfield, george san francisco, robert in redwood city, and katie in hayward all reporting thin overcast, 40s and 50s and a bit of a breeze. thanks for checking in! so today, cloudy along the coast all day long. we'll have sunshine away from the seashore. we will have temperatures slightly below average all weekend and a slight -- minimal chance of a passing shower on saturday night. it's a very slight risk. area of high pressure right here that brought us 10 record highs on wednesday is out of
here. in its place, watch our futurecast. that low to the north slides to the south producing thunderstorms over the weekend in the high sierra. and a chance of a light rain shower here locally. friday afternoon celebrations for cinco de mayo, we do have the clearing of the skies away from the coast. saturday morning we start off with a thick layer of low clouds and fog along the san mateo coastline. here's that chance of an isolated scattered shower by 4 p.m. saturday, clearing out. sunday will be sunny, maybe a few clouds drifting in from time to time. overall, breezy conditions. getaway friday today 78 degrees sacramento. we have a flood warning in effect for the yosemite area as we anticipate the merced river to overflow its bank by 2 feet. 65 degrees a wind advisory in effect for the high sierra, wind gusts up to 35. our winds to 20 today. 50s, 60s a few low 70s. extended forecast calls for again, partly to mostly cloudy skies by saturday night. and then sunday we'll begin to
clear out late day. and then ample sunshine next week. that's a look at your friday forecast. michelle, take it away. >> roberta, thank you. trending now, you can help elon musk name his future underground tunnel machine. he is thinking about a name. here are some options. the ultimate boring machine the second named after the system's company named the boring company. musk says it would be called the second because it has more credibility than the first. the ceo also responded to someone's idea of snoop dug. i like that one. you can tweet him and see if he likes your ideas. it's being called the poor man's drone. a professional skier created t he mounted a gopro on a nerf football with autism he throws it up, does some tricks and lets it do the rest. then it crashes. >> the warriors are doing well
in the play-offs and there is one basketball legend though who is going against them. charles barkley stopped by the late show last night and made another bet with stephen colbert. >> you owe me some money, don't you? >> i do, because this is the last time you were on here we talked about your golf swing which is the -- >> legendary. >> it's terrible. [ laughter ] >> and we made a bet and the bet was, i said that the warriors would win last year. >> you were wrong. >> i was wrong. >> let it roll off your tongue. >> i was wrong. >> okayist wrong. >> we bet a round of golf. >> you want to run the bet again and make it two rounds of golf? i'm still going against the warriors. >> i'll go with the warriors this time because i think they're hungry. >> they were hungry last time. >> hungrier. they are hungrier this time. they have something to prove this time. >> he is always hating on the warriors. i like the fact that colbert though is at least going for them. barkley went on to say the players have it a little easier nowadays. he says back in the day, they
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good morning, everybody. the warriors last lost a game on april 11th. their opponent then, the utah jazz. but now utah doesn't look close to winning a game in the play- offs. draymond a defensive monster in game one. last night, he shot the ball. knocking down five of eight from beyond the arc. the warriors ran up a 20-point lead in the 1st quarter. let's go to the third. up 11. look at this feed to kevin durant. 25 points. 7 assists. but utah scored 35 in the third. thanks mostly to that man! gordon hayward the former butler cut the warriors leads to single digits. there was a nervous moment later when draymond tweaked his knee. he left the game later returned. but keep an eye on that. under 4 minutes to go warriors up 11. steph curry puts the game away with a kiss off the glass and
no, he did not call it. warriors won game 2, 115-104. >> what are your thoughts on keeping the team motivated and focused having not been tested yet in the play-offs? >> i'm going to switch seats with you next game. [ laughter ] >> then you let me know if you thought that was easy. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i knew my knee was just locking up a little bit. i had it before. one time it happened when i was in college and i rebounded in michigan two days later the whole team. that was pretty good. >> game three saturday in utah. game 4 on monday. quick baseball note. the oakland a's make it a laugher actually sort of. they beat minnesota 8-5. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. what is next for american healthcare? big debate going on at the nation's capital. and around the country. coming up, what is next for the gop plan?
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update we'll have a closer look the ayour drive times. >> good morning. it's friday may 5, i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. we start with the new healthcare plan. president trump promised to repeal and replace obamacare and now it's happening. >> anne makovec joins us now to tell us what's next. >> reporter: yesterday was huge but this is really only the beginning of this debate. it is now heading from the house where it passed to the senate where it may have changes. and we're also going to hear soon from the congressional budget office on this bill's cost and impact which will be interesting. what we do know is that it will provide tax credits to help individuals buy insurance. but many low income and older americans would get less than they do under current law. insurers would be able to charge older americans five times more than younger ones. that is capped at 3:1 right now. states would also be allowed to eliminate requirements for insurance plans that cover
basics like maternity care and emergency services. >> families are real. and the problems facing american families as a result of obamacare are just too dire and too urgent. >> reporter: democrats taking a stand against the plan all voted against it yesterday. the bay area delegation in congress is speaking out across the board. democrat ro khanna who represents silicon valley said the house had a choice, we could cast a vote up to hold our country as values and keep people healthy, keep them secure and keep improving care. or a vote that could be made that places corporate interests ahead of working families' livelihood. i'm disappointing to say the latter happened. end quote. we know a lot of people are wondering how this new plan will affect them. we have details on our website, cbssf.com. >> it seems like concern over the republican plan is about pre-existing conditions. >> reporter: that is the biggest flashpoint and that could have the biggest impact on people's lives. insurers under obamacare were
forbidden from refusing coverage to people who already had medical conditions like aids, cancer or heart problems. and those people could not be forced to pay more. well, the house plan's alternative is that high risk pools will cover those people. but some say it won't be enough money. we'll know more about that when the cbo weighs in. >> thank you. republicans are also moving forward with a plan to dismantle financial regulations created after the 2008 crisis. the reforms force u.s. banks to hold much higher capital and create a plan to unwind in case of a total failure among other rules. yesterday, a house committee advanced a bill to allow banks to avoid many of the tougher regulations. it would also allow congress to defund the consumer financial protection bureau, a consumer watchdog agency created after the 2008 meltdown. all the recent warm weather could lead to problems in the yosemite valley today. the merced river is above flood stage. a viewer sent thus photo.
the sierra snow is melting and the river could flood in the yosemite valley. it should drop below flood stage by tonight. and that photo is courtesy of phil russell a friend of yours. >> he is my favorite forest ranger in the whole wide world. i just reached out to him about 15 years ago about information about yosemite as far as weather is concerned and we just have this rapport back and forth and he sends neat toes but he was telling me that we're about a foot over flood stage right now with some minor flooding going on there. we anticipate it to reach 2 feet above flood stage by this afternoon as it peaks before it begins to descend. this is all because the absolutely worst thing happened. we went from the rainy season to summer. we didn't have anything in between. so therefore with the hot weather, we have a quick, quick melt of the snowpack in the yosemite area as well as in the tahoe region. let's get right to our forecast right now. we do have that right there, this is the view from the transamerica pyramid. generally, when i shared this view with you, we could see all
the way to the bright lights of the port of oakland and also the estuary of oakland and we just can't see much right now at all due that layer of low clouds and fog. we are in the 50s across the board. it's breezy on the bay bridge west over from oakland heading to san francisco. hang on to that steering wheel with both hands. 13-mile-per-hour winds in oakland. 16 sfo. 10 in vallejo now, 21 in fairfield. west winds 10 to 20 throughout the day today. a breezy day. clouds will stack up at the coast all day long. otherwise, sunshine away from the beaches. we'll have below average temperatures through the weekend and just a slight, slight chance of rain on saturday night. 50s at the beaches today. no sunshine there. 67 degrees in redwood city. we'll have some sun all the way through palo alto into east palo alto. foster city, burlingame and also in belmont. then we jump up to 70 to the south around the santa clara valley and morgan hill, gilroy
warmer than that. 68 degrees downtown san jose which is actually pretty seasonal. 60s and 70s east of the bay and i giggle about this because wednesday we were at 95 and 96 degrees. again a blustery wind in stinson, no sunshine 64. 70 in sonoma. upstream we go. you will have the sunshine in winchester sore at 71. notable changes for the weekend we'll talk about that still coming up at 48 after the hour. right now, how's it going, jaclyn? >> now, we thought this accident was clear, roberta, but it's actually still blocking lanes. this is in the south bay, southbound 101 right near brokaw. and you can see the backup and we are seeing slowdowns in the northbound direction which is pretty typical for this time of morning along 101. just a heads up you will be tapping on those brakes if you are heading along 101 near guadalupe parkway and brokaw. san mateo bridge taillights westbound out of hayward into foster city. still under 15 minutes. speeds remain in the green. and we have a wind advisory
over at the benicia bridge also on the bay bridge, so please be careful over those spans. looks like they just turned on the metering lights. traffic really starting to back up into the maze. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you. there are new details about a murder in san jose. we now know a silicon valley executive and his wife were killed by their daughter's ex- boyfriend. officers were called a-to-a home in the willow glen neighborhood -- called to a home in the willow glen neighborhood last night and found the suspect. a police source tells kpix 5 he is mirza tatlic. police say his failed relationship with the victim's daughter is likely the motive. she recently moved to boston to reportedly get away from him. on wednesday night, police say he went to her family's home, took her brother hostage and shot and killed her parents. >> and it's just a tragic, tragic, um, incident perpetrated by evil. >> the 13-year-old brother was released unharmed. police shot and killed the suspect this morning police need
your help to identify three suspects wanted in connection with a violent protest in berkeley a few weeks ago. take a look at these men. officers say that they were all part of the demonstration but more specifically are wanted in connection with a violent attack that happened there. if you have information, call berkeley police. 20 people were arrested last month when protestors clashed in civic center park last month. no one was seriously injured. we're hearing from a student targeted in a racist sexist social media scandal at albany high school. [ indiscernible ] >> picture of cottage cheese saying i was lumpy. >> she says since the pictures came to light she is struggling to concentrate at school. to make matters worse, four of the students who circulated the post are now suing the school
district. they say their suspensions were a violation of their right to free speech. parents of the victims are outraged! >> you don't have a first amendment right to promote a hate crime. >> some of the posts circulated by students showed african- american students photo shopped with nooses around their necks. the sfmta is trying to make things safer but they want input from people. kpix 5's jackie ward joins from us a neighborhood ahead of a public meeting. >> reporter: the block we're standing on in the outer sunset is one small part of a much bigger plan that the sfmta has for this area. there are a lot of little changes that the city says will make a big difference if these get approved. so right now, you will see what are called share arrows on the street that indicate where cars need to be aware of sharing the
road with bicycles. one change between 39th and 40th would get stripes in both directions and then between 44th and 46th, the city wants to change these parallel spots to perpendicular ones in order to add more spaces. but some spaces would actually have to be taken away for what the sfmta calls daylighting. >> it's cars about to make a right turn at an intersection or proceed straight through, if they can't see a kid under 5 feet, 4 feet tall because they are hidden by a parked car, that's not a safe situation. >> reporter: so to make it safer the sfmta says by removing the spots on the corner of intersections by schools, drivers can more easily see people in crosswalks oncoming traffic and kids walking to or from school. so like i said earlier, this is just one small piece of a much bigger plan and agenda that they have for the city. they have a public hearing later on this morning at 10 at city hall if you want to offer
your input. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. americans could be jumping on board with the future of transportation. plus martha stewart is branching out. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com reports. >> reporter: good morning. futures right now pointing to a little bit of a higher open. yesterday plunging oil prices dragged down energy stocks. the dow was down 6. the nasdaq rose 2. martha stewart expanding her empire with a skin care and apparel line selling them on qvc. last month she launched an online wine store and partnered with a meal kit delivery service. and the future of transportation is almost here. that could mean very few americans will have their own cars. in a new report analysts predict that by 2030, most americans will use self-driving electric ride shares to get around and they predict it will be about 4 to 10 times less
expensive than buying a car. michelle? >> interesting. i don't know. i like the freedom of a car. so we'll see if that comes to pass. >> who controls the muic ? >> right. >> i'd have to have control of that. jill, we hear that blackberrys could be making a comeback. >> there's a new model called t1 that goes on sale at the end of the month in the u.s. it has that old school physical can he board that everyone loves and a touchscreen. it runs on the android operating system. it has google assistant and will cost about 550 bucks. >> i have to tell you, it took me a long time to get rid of my blackberry. i loved it. >> the keyboard, it was addicting. >> it was. ill wa gner of cbsmoneywatch.com, have a great weekend. time now 5:41. a special tribute is planned tonight to honor a bay area sports broadcasting legend. >> reporter: and why are south san francisco parents sleeping in tents tonight? they are saying that they are blaming expensive child care.
come for communities along the mississippi river... this week's much of the u.s. has experienced significant flooding in recent weeks and there's more to come for communities along the mississippi river. this week severe weather has been blamed for at least nine deaths in the midwest and the south. this is what it looks like in st. louis right now. the area around the famous arches completely swamped. the national guard has been called in to help the relief effort in missouri and arkansas. powerful storms swept through southeastern georgia leaving behind this damage. at least 5 people were hurt when a reported tornado tore down this auto parts store. you can see debris landing on cars, took out power lines, as well. 13 other structures were also
damaged. there's a big camp-outgoing on right now in south san francisco. dozens of parents are doing it for a chance to sign their kids up for after school care. kpix 5's jessica flores is live at orange memorial park with more on the parent campout. jessica. >> reporter: well, we all know how expensive child care can be here in the bay area. that's why these folks are camping out. i want to give you a live look at what we're seeing. there are tents here. some parents have actually walked up to the parks and rec building. they are waiting in line hoping to get their kids on some before and after-school programs. but registration doesn't open here until 7 m. the city parks and rec department is offering the program to city students kindergarten through fifth grade each school has its own program and some just have about 10 spots. returning parents are preregistered. they will have waiting lists for those who don't get a spot. what does it feel like for you
as a working parents to do this in order to get an after-school program. it's crazy. it's crazy. we live in the silicon valley. we're on the peninsula. there's loads of money. it seems like there should be programs available that are affordable. >> reporter: and that woman tells me for her to get child care every day for a month it would be like having a second mortgage. so obviously these parents really wanting to get their children on the spot. parks and rec says the programs are designed to provide academic support. they also have a play-based curriculum and guys, these programs aren't free. they cost about $400 a month for the parents if they have their children in these programs five days a week. and the programs do run from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day so before and after- school programs. reporting live here in south san francisco, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. >> how many total spots will be available this summer? >> reporter: 600. every school has its own designated spot so some schools
just have about 10 spots and that's why these people are lining up because they know that there's only maybe 3 or 4 spots left in their school. they are hoping to get them. back to you. >> thank you. the a's will pay tribute to the late broadcasting legend bill king tonight before the game against the tigers. they will unveil a holy toledo sign in center field. that was the late broadcaster's beloved catch phrase. king died in 2005. he called championships for the a's, raiders and warriors during his career. you clap your hands, roberta. >> i'm very excited about that. he is the best of the best. >> yeah. >> recently we have seen all these legendary broadcasters saying good-bye. vince scully for the dodgers calling his last game. >> i heard from the a's. tossing out first pitch june 22 against the astros. so we have to be there. >> we have to be there. >> it was fun last year. >> it was a lot of fun. did you a great job. >> well, thanks. >> did you get it to the plate?
>> i forgot. >> what are you talking about? >> i forgot. >> are you serious? i practiced! >> it was a strike right down the pipe. >> that's why they asked me back. [ laughter ] >> it was a bounce they wouldn't be having me back. >> 90 miles an hour? [ laughter ] >> um -- >> minus 60? >> people aren't going 90 on the roads which is good. maybe 60. but not over at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are on and the backup is starting to develop. in fact, it's been developing. we still have an easy ride across the span. it's in the green likely to get slower. say good-bye to the "friday light" conditions. bye-bye! we'll take it to the south bay where we're tracking an earlier accident. still blocking two lanes along southbound 101 right near brokaw. but really the backup or the slowdowns i should say that we are tracking is in that northbound commute direction. speeds drop below 40 miles per hour. this is a live look 580 as you
approach 680 down here and those headlights making their way westbound. we did have an earlier crash no longer blocking any lanes but we're definitely starting to see some slowdowns. our travel times in the yellow now for westbound 580 drivers. 25 minutes from the altamont pass to 680. highway 4 still looking good out of antioch and the eastshore freeway, remaining in the green. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. >> thanks, jaclyn. good morning, everybody. heading out, sure, we have the return of the fog and just surged past the bay to our inland areas where we have a bit of a break right here in that deck of cloudiness. how about another view? this time around let's head inland where we have the low clouds filtering in towards mount vaca. the fog hasn't reached there yet. isn't that gorgeous? that's just a beautiful view. san jose right now 57 degrees. otherwise 52 in santa rosa with thin overcast skies. oakland at 56. breezy start to the day 13-mile- per-hour winds in oakland. when you see the winds out of
the west, that's an onshore flow. that's the wind coming in off the ocean bringing in the cooler air mass. we have southwest winds in antioch at 10. 21 in fairfield. our weather watcher linda, i wanted to tap into her knowledge her expertise and she is saying, clear with high winds and 96 humidity outside. fog not so far inland. humidity at 96%, 20-mile-per- hour winds and she says feliz cinco de mayo. we have the forecast for today, sunny skies away from the coast, upper 50s beaches, 73 degrees inland. high pressure is now out of here. low pressure this guy right here, it's going to sag south throughout the weekend end up right there producing thunderstorms in throughout the high sierra and the chance of a raindrop or two by saturday night. here's your lunch hour today. some sunshine away from the coast. here's your saturday morning. the clouds hanging tight to the san mateo coastline.
then we clear out slightly. so partly cloudy skies throughout the day. then there's that chance of a raindrop five, 6:00 in the evening hours. we do start off with some clouds on sunday and end up with sunny skies. meanwhile today, big getaway friday. 78 state capital through stockton and davis. we have a wind advisory in effect for the high sierra. a flood warning in effect for the merced river overspilling its banks at yosemite. 60 in monterey bay. sun-up 6:09. today's temperatures, high 50s beaches, 60s bayside, mid-60s around the peninsula, high 60s, low 70s in the east bay. remember on wednesday we had 95 and 96 degrees? 10 record high temperatures. that's history! over the weekend breezy. but we will keep off the rain chances only that very minimal chance saturday night and then sunshine next week. that's a look at your friday cinco de mayo weather forecast. we'll check in with kenny choi seeing how he is celebrating the day coming up after this. ,,
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pushed inland at least a good 45 to 50 miles. i'll talk about the impact this will have on your cinco de mayo forecast. >> it's busy out there. we are tracking delays for drivers through the altamont pass, also if you are using mass transit. we'll take a look at the times coming up. good morning, it's friday, may 5. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. the proposed healthcare bill is moving forward. >> kpix 5's anne makovec joins us now to tell us how it's different from obamacare. >> well, americans could certainly expect a lot of differences when it comes to what's now required for healthcare. but that is when this passes the senate. the changes in the house plan are profound. it would provide tax credits to people help them buy insurance but many low income and older americans would get less than obamacare currently provides. it also would allow states to opt out of obamacare's protectifo