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oakland. traffic looking good right now. >> pretty good right now. >> yeah. >> for now. >> right now. >> but it's 5:00. >> i had delays at the 580/680 corridor 15 minutes delayed because of the detoured. i was glancing at your traffic cameras. is that right now? >> that's live. >> yeah. we have a lot of stuff going on out there. >> yeah. already. >> at least we have clear skies. >> and, in fact, if you look up you might even be able to see the half moon this morning. that's what it looks like from our mount vaca cam. isn't that gorgeous? >> it is. >> really pretty honestly, becoming a new moon on the 25th of may which by the way michelle's birthday is the 24th. but this is the whole birthday month, right? >> yes. it's my 25th, by the way. [ laughter ] 40s and 50s out the door. good morning, everybody. the winds under 10. right now 4 in veore. did you notice that the northeast wind in livermore is
an offshore push? today, that's it right there. the coast is clear except for the swath of low clouds off the coast the san mateo coast at least. otherwise, we have clear skies today and temperatures responding nicely to the ridge of high pressure building in. we are talking 60s at the beaches. 60s, 70s bayside. 70s around the peninsula. 80s away from the bay to the north and to the east. even warmer weather is coming up on the weekend. a new accident on eastbound 580 at grant line road. now, this is opposite commute direction. we are seeing the delays in the westbound direction. that's where we always see those slowdowns this time of morning. so just a heads up if you are traveling there. you might see flashing lights on the other side of the freeway there. emergency crews heading to the scene. live look at the golden gate bridge everything is fine in both directions. no problems to report along that stretch. 580 at 680, headlights moving
in the westbound direction. 25-minute ride from 205 to 680. those connector ramps have reopened. back to you guys. there is a "shelter in place" in place in el sobrante police on the scene of a possible standoff. kpix 5's jackie ward is live near knottingham drive. >> reporter: we're block away from where this is happening where robin hood and olinda road. police activity behind me there are 10 cars, they have the s.w.a.t. team here, as well. we have heard they have been speaking to a man inside a home who does have a gun. we have heard them speaking to him over a bull horn so yes, a "shelter in place" at nottingham drive. at the command center police say a man is armed inside the home. contra costa fire was called
here for a medical emergency at 12:45. that may have been when all of this started. but everything is change fast. we haven't been able to confirm it. this is about a block away from olinda elementary school which is in the greenbrier neighborhood. back to you. >> thank you. the department of justice has appointed a special counsel to oversee the fbi investigation into russian interference in the 2016 election. scott mcclain has reaction to the appointment of former fbi director robert mueller. >> reporter: the investigation into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia has taken an unexpected turn. the appointment of a special prosecutor. in a statement, deputy attorney general rod rosenstein wrote: special counsel is necessary in order for the american people to have full confidence in the outcome. reaction from capitol hill was
swift especially from democrats who had insisted on a special prosecutor ever since fbi director james comey was fired last week. >> everyone in this country should breathe a sigh of relief. >> a very solid and significant step. >> reporter: rosenstein, who recommended firing comey, has appointed robert mueller to lead the russian investigation. mueller is a former marine and department of justice official who served as fbi director until 2013 after serving 12 years. >> this is the single most respected figure in american law enforcement. this is someone who really embodies the best of the american criminal justice system and the chips are are going to fall where they may. >> reporter: the news comes the same day president trump interviews candidates to replace comey. the white house has said the need for a special counsel in the russian probe is unnecessary. in a statement, president trump wrote, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know: there was no collusion between my campaign and any
foreign entity. in washington, i'm scott mcclain. >> before joining the fbi mueller ran the federal prosecutor's office here in san francisco. this morning, cal/osha is expected to announce regulations set to improve safety conditions at local refineries. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the richmond chevron refinery where a massive fire sparked calls for change. anne. >> reporter: these rules have been about five years in the making. this morning there is going to be a hearing on regulations for refine rice around the state of california including the chevron refinery where i am right now. and there's been pressure on the state to crack down on refineries since this 2012 explosion that blanketed the east bay with a dark cloud of toxic smoke causing 15,000 people to seek medical attention after inhaling the smoke. richmond then sued chevron claiming the refinery willfully
disregarded public safety as a matter of corporate policy. >> decisions that we believe created and set up what happened on august 6 of 2012 are decisions that are made in board rooms and those decisions deal with how much money are you going to budget for safety? >> reporter: another more recent issue for the refinery the bay area air quality management district issued four violations to the chevron refinery here in richmond over a flaring incident in december that led to dozens of complaints about a foul odor. two of the citations were for excess levels of hydrogen sulfide detected by ground level monitoring equipment. and two violations for creating a public nuisance. now, the regulations being announced today according to labor unions will better prevent explosions, firings and releases from refineries like chevron. live in richmond, anne makevoc,
kpix 5. today witness testimony continues in the sentencing phase of the 25-year-old man accused of killing a missing morgan hill teen but a new development might change the course of the event. doubt has surfaced over the conduct of santa clara county sheriff's sergeant herman leon who is a central investigator in the sierra lamar case. the issue, a judge from a different case believed that leon testified to statistical inaccuracies so significant that murder convictions had to be overturned for two defendants. >> if the court feels that there's credibility issues involving one of the main detectives and that should have been disclosed to the defense, that will certainly be grounds they will look at to ask for a new trial in this case. >> defense attorneys in the lamar case say that they want the previous judge's ruling on detective leon discussed before jurors to spare antolin garcia- torres the death penalty. today in san francisco, uc regents are set to vote on the
budget which could entail a tuition increase. yesterday, uc students broke down a symbolic wall as a form of push back to the proposed hike. they are hoping regents will change their minds about the increase approved in january. many felt it was especially unfair after a state audit revealed the university failed to come clean about $175 million in funds. up for debate a cap on out-of- state student enrollment also up for discussion. today is the grand opening of san francisco's newest public art collection at trinity place in the mission. it will open up to the public. at the center of the art collection is a 92-foot sculpture called venus. it's part of the festive celebration legendary singer frankie avalon will sing his hit "venus." the music world is mourning after a loss of a grunge rocker. >> and fraternity at a northern california university is in hot water with police after a weekend trip to a national
forest. >> well, you're talking about hot water. i'm talking about hot weather. this about this. poolside in the sunshine this weekend. i have that forecast coming up. >> and we're tracking a hot spot for traffic. right now this is along northbound 280 near magdalena. details coming up of a car fire. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
hi, good morning. time check 5:11 on this thursday. it's may 18. we are taking a look at our live weather camera featuring sfo. about 13 miles just south of san francisco. you know, it is the biggest the largest airport in northern california. the second busiest behind l.a.x. the seventh busiest in the u.s. we'll talk about the potential airport delays and talk about warmer and warmer weather to come. the full forecast with traffic in less than 4 minutes. the music world is mourning the sudden loss of rock star chris cornell who died last night at the age of 52. ♪[ music ] [ grunge rock ] >> cornell's best known as the lead singer of sound garden known for hits like black hole sun and fell on black days. they were one of the most influential bands coming out of seattle during the grunge rock era. cornell was later the lead singer of the band audio slave.
billboard magazine reports police in detroit are investigating his death as a suicide. new this morning, a fraternity at chico state is in trouble for reportedly destroying part of a forest. the u.s. forest service filed a criminal complaint against the university's chapter. some of the members reportedly chopped down dozens of trees in the national forest. the boys are facing vandalism and illegal firearms charges. they are expected in court next month, the men are expected in court next month. a sacramento teen went missing after jumping into the american river last week. dramatic video shows the last time 19-year-old ray was seen alive before he was swept away. it shows him trying to swim to shore. his friends immediately called 911 but soon lost sight of him. ray's family says they decided to release the video to bring attention to his disappearance and rally the community to search for him. >> still imagine that he is still out there cold didn't
have his shirt on. um, he is lonely and confused probably hurt somewhere. >> we spent about three hours methodically moving down the river checking eddies and brush. >> state parks officials have ruled the teen's disappearance as a drowning. a tightening of rules in sausalito waters has prompted the concern in the floating anchor out community in richardson bay. sausalito officials want to address unoccupied vessels that are debris and hazards. unregistered vessels are also subject to removing. anchoring in the bay is legal if the boat does not linger for more than 72 hours and has a permit. time now 5:14. let's get a check on the roads. >> let's do that. >> all right. jaclyn? >> we're tracking hot spots. this is a car fire that was on 280 heading in that northbound direction. right near magdalena. as you can see, it's not causing a backup. the chp as well as other emergency personnel on the
scene and traffic moving just fine. looks like they got that fire out. earlier accident and that was blocking the left lane and then another car came and smacked that vehicle so now we have two cars blocking the left lane. right now your travel ti in the yellow for westbound. eastbound, which is where these crashes are, that's opposite commute isn't slowing anyone down yet. but definitely seeing those delays. watch the looky-loos westbound. so give yourself some extra time in that direction. right now things at the bay bridge toll plaza still moving at the limit. we are in the green. tracking an easy travel time into downtown, 10 minutes from the maze. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you so much, jaclyn. and, in fact, you know what? we're going to be giving your traffic produce elizabeth a heads up that there's some news coming up about harry styles. >> whoo! >> look at her blushing already. but first let's get to it this morning.
let's check our live weathercam featuring the bay bridge and behind it can you see it? mount diablo. you can see it! because the visibility is unlimited. we have clear skies. a gentle breeze at this hour. another view this time around at sfo. all the bright lights there where we do have clear skies and so far no reports of any local airport delays. good morning, everybody. 45 degrees in santa rosa. 48 in redwood city. we are at 47 in the tri- valley. otherwise in the 50s around the rim of the bay. san jose now 51 degrees with the winds southeast at 5. the winds are all under 10 around the rim of the bay. also, the coastside. the winds will become a little bit more consistent later today of a north and northwest wind and offshore conditions about 10 to 20 miles per hour. currently winds are calm in napa. checking in with our weather watcher in benicia, this is tim woods sporting 50 degrees and he says, another fantastic day to start planning which fairs and festivals you go to.
tim, you got a fair, festival? let me know. all i know about is "bay to breakers" on sunday. we'll begin to cool down under partly cloudy skies. average 64 degrees. it is start time in the high 50s by the time you head to the beach. also in the 50s. but during the race in the 60s perfect running conditions for "bay to breakers." all right. take a good look at this. see that right there? this is clear skies at the coast except a swath of clouds along the san mateo coast. that's about it. our futurecast does illustrate that we have some clouds out over the open waters. wants to interfere with our friday but high pressure keeps it out over the ocean. by saturday that marine layer gets closer and closer and there you have it playing tag with the city of san francisco. that's why we introduced those clouds during the running of the "bay to breakers" race. satellite-radar does suggest that this area of high pressure is diverting the storm track well to the north of us as it noses in. it's going to continue to dry out the air mass. the temperatures go up, the pollen goes up, as well.
humidity goes down. san jose, your forecast high temperature today at mineta international airport around the mid-70s. going with the forecast high late day right around 77 degrees. there you have it. but i'm going higher than that. in the rose garden district, also in throughout the neighborhood, of willow glen from alum rock into alviso around the high 70s. even approaching 80 degrees. 70s will be common around the peninsula today. going with about the low 80s in los gatos and in saratoga back through cupertino and into campbell. 78 today san rafael and in mill valley into kentfield. otherwise low 80s in napa. low 80s in throughout the tri- valley. but mid-80s at the delta. friday additional warming takes place under the influence of that high pressure. notice the string, the succession of days in the 90s inland away from the bay through the weekend. it's a dry weather pattern each day all the way through wednesday. our oakland a's are back in town after dropping one to the mariners yesterday. we have the boston red sox in town. sonny gray on the mound for
the good guys. pleasant conditions tonight in the mid-60s. michelle, what's up with harry styles? he is trending today. only two nights left of harry styles week on the "late late show." he has been having some fun with host james corden. they are both musically talented but as we learned last night, the singing can get them in trouble. ♪[ music ] ♪ it's not unusual [ laughter ] >> that was my bad. i'm sorry about that. >> they put together a clip of when their singing could cause some problems but the music won't be ending anytime soon. styles will be in a brand-new carpool karaoke tonight and you can watch it right here on kpix 5. jay z and beyonce are officially a $1 billion couple.
forbes just released their net worth. jay z accounts for most of it. according to the magazine, he is worth nearly $810 million. his wife is $350 million. starbucks is adding an extra jolt to its iced coffee testing coffee ice. the company is freezing some of its cold brew and turning it into ice cubes. a lot of people are excited to keep their coffee from getting watered down. it will cost you an extra 80 cents and for now, starbucks is only testing it in missouri and maryland. but hopefully they will expand. ♪[ music ] and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, i saw a few brooms out at at&t park yesterday. question is, did the giants get to use them? and their pitcher accused the dodgers of cheating. and he didn't appreciate it. we're up next. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we may feature your school on the show.
a run scores. they exchange words. cueto accused him of stealing signs. benches cleared. smoke, no fire. as usual. kershaw pitched 7 shutout innings while striking out 5 and picking up his 20th career win against the giants. dodgers win 6-1 to snap san francisco's five-game winning streak. a's in seattle wrapping up their six-game road trip. bottom of the fifth two-run hit into center field. mariners win 4-0. oakland finishes the road trip at 1-5. warriors are up two games to none after last night's 136- 100 drumming of the spurs. and after losing by 36, san antonio head coach gregg popovich wasn't very interested in taking questions from the media. >> was it immediately from the start that you saw this or did it take a couple minutes? >> oh, quit splicing hairs. was it from the start? 1 minute 37 seconds.
>> is that's collective belief? >> i don't think it was one guy who didn't believe and infected everybody else. >> you guys asked pop good questions. enjoy the responses? >> that game was two nights ago of course. and they will get it on again on saturday for game 3. by the way, real quickly, golden state is 10-0 in the post-season. cleveland is 9-0 after beating boston last night. the finals just a matter of time. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. ♪[ music ] the play of the day from major league baseball. rays and indians cleveland down to their final out in the game. >> high flyball center field. he is out of room and he caught it! unbelievable. are you kidding me? that's the way the game ends. >> perfect timing. kevin showing off why he is one of the best centerfielders in baseball robbing the home run to end the game rays win 7-4
giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy... kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. interference in the election... we'll hear from a former f-b-i agent who served under robert mueller... and it was a le a special counsel is appointed to look into the russian interference in the election. we'll hear from a former fbi who served under robert mueller. >> why a u-2 concert is escalating tensions between the
49ers and santa clara. >> temperatures will be well above average today. >> we are tracking slowdowns because of a crash approaching 580. we deal tail this coming up in the next traffic report. good morning. it's thursday, may 18. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. right now there is a big police presence in contra costa county. they are on the scene of a possible standoff. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in el sobrante where there is a "shelter in place." jackie. >> reporter: michelle, the standoff that we have been monitoring for a few hours may be over here in el sobrante and this is the reason why. there is a man in that sheriff's patrol car right now where you see four officers standing around. he was placed into the back of the car with handcuffs. that may be the person who caused the standoff. we are unsure of that because it is unconfirmed.
earlier this morning a man was inside a home with a gun according to the contra costa county sheriff's office and a "shelter in place" was put in place for this neighborhood. we are on robin hood road and this happened about a block away at robin hood and knotting ham. there's an elementary school nearby so hopefully it will clear up before school starts. we talk to a man who was out for a morning walk with his dog. he usually comes this way and was surprised to see everything. again, we believe this situation has ended. just about 10 minutes ago. and it is a safe situation here. in el sobrante, jackie ward, kpix 5. right now, firefighters are on the scene of a fire in san jose. this is a live look along south white road. it started at 3 a.m. we are told the building used to be an o'reilly auto parts
store. but the building was currently abandoned. no one was hurt. firefighters say the flames are under control. but they are keeping an eye on any hot spots. he cause is under investigation. cal/osha will announce regulations today aiming to boost safety standards at local refineries. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: labor unions call this a strong enforceable proposal called for after pressure from governor jerry brown and the u.s. chemical safety board. and the point is to try to make the areas around refineries like the chevron refinery here in richmond safe for both workers and neighbors. you may remember this big explosion here at chevron in 2012. it blanketed much of the east bay with a dark cloud of toxic smoke sending 15,000 people to the hospital after inhaling
that smoke. and another more recent issue for this refinery, the bay area air quality management district issued four violations over a flaring incident in december that led to dozens of complaints about a foul odor are the end egg smell on the bay. one was hydrogen sulfide and two violations for creating a public nuisance. today we'll hear from labor unions and state regulators to prevent issues like that. live in richmond, anne makovec, kpix 5. the 49ers might have to pay a fine for last night's. 2 concert. chopper 5 was over levi's stadium when the curfew hit at 10 p.m. now it's up to the city to decide if the team will have to pay for the violation. ♪[ music ] it went an hour
over curfew. the stadium asked for an extension but was denied. no word on the possible fine. only on "5," incredible new video of a pod of whales having a blast on monterey bay. a photographer who specializes on kayak whale watching spotted them on monday. at one point they came closer making waves of their own that rocked the kayak back and forth forth. it happened a half mile. roberta you have a kayak and you flip over even when you're not close to a whale! >> that happens. the delta waters are still very cold! i know that from experience. [ laughter ] >> you told about that recently. >> so imagine a forecast with a guarantee 5-pound weight loss if we hit the 80s. >> i got your attention.
we'll guarantee high on the 80s. take a look at our live weather camera looking out towards yerba buena island. the visibility is unlimited. we can see mount diablo a good 40, 45 miles in the distance there. temperatures 45 in santa rosa. 48 redwood city. low 50s in san francisco. winds have been under 10 miles per hour everywhere this morning. you will see consistent winds northwest 10 to 20 in the afternoon hours. the coast is clear except right there, thin layer of low clouds lining the san mateo coast but that's about it. that's going to wipe away. we'll reveal ample sunshine today from the beaches in the 60s otherwise 60s and 70s will be common around the bay today. mid-70s around the peninsula. 70s to low 80s in the north bay. and east bay topping off in the 80s. 85 degrees in discovery bay. we have the full forecast. it's coming up at 48 after the hour but right now, jaclyn, what's up in your world? >> oh, we're tracking afive hot spots. right now, we are taking a look
at 580 eastbound direction. we have an earlier accident that had one lane blocked. crews just cleared that crash and now we are tracking a new one in the westbound direction near flynn road. so "super commuters" beware of travel times likely to jump up here in the red here. it looks like fire crews are heading to the scene westbound 580 right near north flynn road. still in the yellow 33 minutes. here's a live look at 580 approaching 680. headlights westbound. an accident westbound 24 as you approach westbound 580 has one lane blocked. emergency crews are on the scene and they are working on clearing that and it looks like traffic is backed up to claremont. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza, 20 minutes to downtown in the yellow. former fbi director robert mueller is tasked to lead the agency's investigation into the
trump administration and any ties to russia. deputy attorney general rod rosenstein appointed him. muller is the former fbi director and also a former u.s. attorney and marine. kpix 5's security analyst jeff harp served under mueller at the fbi. >> impeccable character. someone who knows the law. when you go into his briefings, there was no good answer, i don't know. that's not a good answer for him. you need to know. very sharp guy. and he asked very blunt and direct questions and he expected the answers. >> members of congress from both parties are praising mueller's selection. senator dianne feinstein also said this: administration's potentia russian ties have ratcheted up in the >> the calls for a special counsel to look into the administration's potential russian ties have ratcheted up in the days since president trump fired fbi director james comey.
despite improving job prospects for college graduates, many are headed back to their parents' homes to save money. census bureau data shows one- third of 18 to 34-year-olds live at home. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to share some ground rules before you lay down the moving truck. all right, jill. so parents like to say, my house, my rules. i have said it many times. but when an adult moves back home -- [ laughter ] >> -- is that still the case? >> reporter: it is. you are moving into your parents' house. but here's the idea. both sides really need to review their expectations for this arrangement. you start with how long you expect this situation to last. and then what are we going to do about communication? do i get to nudge you if you come home late? like what are we doing here? so just agree to something. will those kids pay rent? will they contribute to the households in another way? maybe they will do grocery shopping, maybe they will mow the lawn. i don't know. but you got to talk about it. parents your goal isn't to soak your kids for money but you
want to foster good habits ultimately financial independence. hey, good news. kids may be a little more receptive. a bank rate study released this week found millennials think people should pay for their own housing at age 22 their own car at 20, their owe cell phone at 18 without the help of their parents. so that's good. once you decide what the ground rules are just put it in writing. you want to revisit it every three months. >> wow. that's surprising. 18, 22, still seems young but gives them that responsibility. so you say that some parents are putting themselves at risk with these kinds of arrangements. how? >> reporter: well, the problem according to certified financial planners is that there are some parents who are supporting their children to the point that they are putting their retirement at risk. so in some cases, to help carry the extra costs of those adult children, people are reducing their retirement contributions. this is happening at the very time when they should be increasing those contributions. even more dangerous, with the stock market higher housing
prices on the rise, there are some parents who are taking loans against their 401(k)s or refinancing their mortgages to help pay off student loans. now, look, every one of the these ideas can be worked out and can be okay. but they also can derail retirement plans at a time when your only choice may be to work longer and that's only if you are lucky enough to have a job or learn to live on a reduced amount of retirement income. so parents: here's what you're trying to do strike a reasonable balance between being there for your kids without putting yourselves in financial danger. >> that is good advice. all right. jill. they should at least vacuum and clean up if they are going to be living back at home. i mean, come on. that's easy. >> reporter: yes. >> jill schlesinger, thank you. ♪[ music ] time now 5:40. police say they finally caught the firebug who has been terrorizing east bay neighborhoods. >> plus, the next generation of selfies is here. we'll have more on the new 3d snapshots. >> and a live look at 880 in
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bay. the crimes happened all ac we are getting our first look this morning at the suspected firebug behind the string of arsons in the east bay. the crimes happened all across contra costa county. he has been identified as 36- year-old james bishop iii of pittsburg. officials have charged him with 14 counts of arson but they believe he actually set as many as 30 or more cars on fire. officials set up a countywide task force to catch him. police and fire investigators caught bishop after a fire saturday they believe he set in a benicia driveway. home surveillance video also helped lead to his arrest.
>> an older toyota rav-4 was identified through security video provided by homes and businesses close to fire occurrences. >> bishop is being held on more than $3 million bond. san francisco police are searching for the suspects who beat and stabbed a man in the middle of dolores park. witnesses tell police that a group of six people chased the victim through a stretch of the park around 5:30 yesterday. soon they began hitting him with a golf club and bottle. the attackers fled after people nearby started shouting at them. a paramedic says the victim had two stab wounds. fire in the hole fire in the hole! >> boom just brought the former fort ord one step closer to becoming part of the national monument. explosives dating back to world war i made this stretch of monterey unsafe for the reuse plan. but projectiles, rockets, grenades and mortars were destroyed yesterday during three blasts to ready the area
for monument. there's a new way to take selfies. the latest trend prints them out in 3d, one of a handful of new companies across the country creating the pictures. they use 54 cameras at several different angles and after you get your pictures taken, the company 3d prints them in a special powder. now, vacuum reveals the figure reason. and then bursts of air prep the surface for finishing. >> this is a full moment in time 360-degrees of who we are at this moment. >> selfies aren't cheap. depending on the size, they could cost -- here's the catch -- $700 for the little figurines. >> oh. >> so i think it's cool. >> spend your money wisely. >> but here's the issue, you see what your back side looks like. i don't know if that's good. [ laughter ] >> i don't want to see that >> your back side looks pretty
good. >> does it look all right? >> they aren't selfies. someone else is take the picture. >> i'll take this and it won't be $700. >> $700. >> we'll make it into a figurine. charge the company. >> it will be on my twitter. >> very rarely take a selfie. >> i don't have long arms. >> what's a selfie? >> i have t-rex arms. [ laughter ] >> you do. [ laughter ] >> christmas gift for you next year. >> that's why jaclyn and i are also [ indiscernible ] >> off topic. to the roads, we are tracking a couple of problems for drivers along westbound 580 into livermore. this is an accident near north flynn. it's on the shoulder. not blocking lanes but causing some delays. speeds below 20 miles per hour as you transition from 205 out towards 680. we are tracking a 35 minute travel time.
new crash southbound 680 near sunol boulevard. that is blocking the middle lane. we aren't seen too much of a backup just yet. we'll keep a close eye on that. looks like emergency crews are just arriving on the scene or may have cleared that to the shoulder. in the south bay heading through san jose, northbound 101, you will be tapping on the brakes as you make your way from 680 on out towards 880 there. cruising speed just buy low 40 miles per hour. bay bridge toll plaza, still looking like the parking lot. we are in the yellow. a little over 20 minutes as you make your way from the maze into downtown san francisco. those metering lights are on. hat's a check of your traffic; o ver to you. thank you. i have been taking a look at a crazy rip current in the bay waters outside of pier 9 this morning also taking a look at the flag that's relatively flat right there. that rip current is right in this area. can you see this? otherwise, calm waters. calm wind in the city of san francisco. this time around we are going to mount vaca where the sun is
making its presence known. it's making a rise this morning at 5:56. temperature-wise we are in the 40s and 50s. it is now 45 degrees in santa rosa. wind speeds are all under 10. remember just 24 hours ago, northeast an offshore flow. that's right. today is the first day of an offshore component calm conditions right now in novato. these winds will be blowing later today. northwest 10 to 20 consistent. our weather watchers this morning are all suggesting no winds temperatures in the 40s and 50s with clear skies from hayward into fairfield. the coast is clear! except for this right here. watch this swath developing right off the san mateo coast. but that's going to dissipate. we see high pressure building in and as it does so, here's your futurecast. we are cloud-free all the way through friday. behind me here you see some clouds trying to gather. trying to make it approach but it won't happen until right about then on your saturday evening into your early sunday
morning. that allows some cooler air mass to "pushhhh" into the coastal areas and bringing down the temperatures just a couple of degrees on sunday. that ridge of high pressure diverting the storm to the north of us, high pressure has arrived. there's your sunrise 5:56. sunset 8:15. today temperatures going up substantially compared to yesterday. 67 in san francisco when the average high is 64. we should be at 474 in san jose but 79. 80 in santa clara. low 80s in sonoma. 78 kentfield, mill valley, san rafael. low 80s in healdsburg, santa rosa. to the east concord, clayton and walnut creek, all in the low 80s. should be in the 70s but instead 81 degrees in livermore. even warmer for your friday. take a look at your saturday. then again we see the return of the marine layer influence along the coastside on sunday. and that's when we have "bay to breakers." it's going to be ideal running conditions for the "bay to
breakers" run through the city. if you want to call it a run. kind of really not even a jog. it is kind of just a big moving party. 64 degrees the average high. meanwhile, my oakland a's are back in town. every weathercaster's favorite guy in the world, sonny gray. he is on the mound for the good guys. game time temperature in the mid-60s. make it a great day. time now 5:50. the verdict is handed down in a high-profile trial of a police officer who killed an unarmed black man in oklahoma. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
♪ news has died, ailes' death was first reported by the drudge report. roger ailes the former chairman and ceo of fox news has died. his death was first reported by the drudge report. he was 77. his wife announced that the former fox news chief passed away. um, the cause of death is unknown. new this morning, an oklahoma jury has found a white police officer not guilty in the shooting death of a black man. protestors took to the
streets of tulsa last night questioning why betty shelby was acquitted in the death of 40-year-old terrence crutcher. shelby shot him last september after his car stalled on a city street. the officer says she believes crutcher was on pcp and posed a threat. many locals are divided about the message it sends. >> we had a cross-section of our community. we had blacks on this jury. we had whites on this jury. >> i just feel terrified. what do we teach our kids is the next question? >> jurors deliberated for nine hours after a week-long trial. officer shelby is on unpaid leave. two people are dead after a fiery plane crash just west of mexico city. the private plane went down just a few hundred yards outside the airport after taking off yesterday afternoon. the pilot and copilot were the only people on board. a hawk is bringing construction to a halt. the protected bird is delaying much-needed repairs to some interstate 80 overpasses. work was supposed to start this
week on the midway and meridien bridges which cross interstate 80 east of vacaville. but plans changed when crews found a nest. "skydrone5" giving us a bird's- eye view. caltrans' plan was to demolish the midway overpass and build a new one to meet standards but then biologists discovered the hawk and a nest since the hawk is on the protected list, crews cannot work within 600 feet of the nest. >> these bridges are built back in the '50s. and it's something we have to update. and take care of. >> historically there were about 17,000 of these type of hawks. today there are about 4,000 breeding hawks. >> so for now crews will focus on the meridien overpass just down the road until the nest is gone. the oakland a's might have a new fan. he roots for the mariners but the a's showed him some real team spirit. >> oakland's ryan healy lobbed
this bomb into the upper deck in seattle tuesday night. it hit peter johnson in the pants pocket shattering his iphone 6. peter tweeted the a's this picture saying, hey, can you guys please buy me a new phone? your two-run shot broke mine. the team responded and they said, doesn't worry, peter. the a's are buying you a new phone. that is cool. ♪[ music ] the standoff in el sobrante is officially over. possibly two men have been arrested allegedly related to this standoff. we'll bring you the details. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
how president trump is reacting this morning. >> past testimony in the sierra lamar trial is being called into question. good morning, it's thursday, may 18. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. we are following breaking news. roger ailes the former chairman and ceo of fox news has died. he died early this morning. ailes was 77 years old. his wife elizabeth releasing the following statement: i am profoundly sad and heartbroken to report that my husband roger ailes passed away this morning. roger was a loving husband to me, to his son zachary and a loyal friend to many. ailes left the company in july of 2016 following allegations of sexual assault. roger ailes dead at the age of 77. >> we're going to continue to follow this story because the cause of the death is not released at this time. we are going to continue to follow that. let's get to weather and traffic. jaclyn you have some hot spots out there. >> yes. bu