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about his upcoming meeting with the north korea leader. >> you had sex with him? >> yes. >> and more fallout following stormy daniels'60 minutes interview. the new push her lawyer is making this morning. >> good morning, it's wednesday, march 28th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. >> we'll check weather in a moment. >> but first we are tracking an accident in vallejo. it occurred on surface streets involving a car that hit a power pole. yolona drive and there's a power outage in the area. problems on the on-ramps to get on highway 37 because of all those lights are out. so please remember, if you come to an intersection, just treat it as a four-way stop. give yourself some extra time.
it's going to be a little crazy on the roads until they get that power restored. we'll let you know. right now, we are starting to see a lot of delays along highway 37 for folks making their way between 101 and interstate 80. we have a live look at your ride over towards the maze and you can see that backup is spilling onto 580 and 880. give yourself some extra time. metering lights are on. travel time about 20 minutes into san francisco. we have been enjoying sunshine the past few days and we'll have warmer temperatures coming up. no fog after all. it seems like it was short- lived. momentary fog formed. high pressure is here though.
it's definitely close right off the coastline. so the heat is building. record-breaking conditions tomorrow. we are 10 to 15 degrees above average so we jump from the rain and snow to summer pretty much. temperatures in the 80s for a lot of spots. you did break a record in concord yesterday at 79. that record was previously set in 2009 at 78 degrees. so congratulations to you in concord. it got warm enough there. right now our temperatures not bad. 50 in oakland. 43 in livermore. 54 in san francisco. 50 already in san jose. so at this hour, maybe summer weather. it's clear out there. we'll continue to see that sunshine today. i'll talk more about our next chance of rain and when we'll get a cooldown coming up. two bay area undocumented immigrants are now suing the federal government. >> they have been detained at the west county detention facility in richmond for the past six months. that's where kpix 5's jessica flores reports. reporter: the two men are
mexican citizens. they have been here at the detention center now for six months. they say they haven't got a bond hearing and the aclu says their due process has been denied. now they are part of a class action lawsuit, possibly with hundreds of illegal immigrants represented that have been detained according to the aclu unlawfully. they were arrested last fall. one man from antioch, one from san lorenzo. they are seeking asylum the u.s. court aclu -- according to the aclu, the department of homeland security already determined that both men have a reasonable fear of torture or persecution if returned to mexico. the aclu says that determination means the federal government cannot deport them. their attorney says the government has refused to give them bond hearings which could allow the men to go home while their case is being dealt with. both men have u.s. citizen children and the lawsuit says they are the sole providers for their families. now, one of their attorneys released this statement: the attorneys are bringing this class action lawsuit saying it represents hundreds of people in the ninth circuit possibly
who have been unlawfully detained and not given bond hearings. the attorney made this statement: >> there may be hundreds of immigrants in the same situation. live in richmond, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. immigration officials were transporting h nal for a conn an eye detainee is on the run after he escaped from a busy airport last night. immigration officials were transporting him through jfk international airport for a connecting flight when he got away. surveillance video which hasn't been released yet shows the suspect getting into a cab. there is no threat at the airport. his name hasn't been released. this afternoon, a lawsuit against the vallejo police department will be filed by the family of a man shot and
killed by police. ronell foster was a father of two. the shooting happened last month on marin at florida street. police say that the officer shot foster in self-defense after being called to the area for a domestic violence dispute. the department also added that the officer involved deployed his taser before using his gun. it was ineffective. civil rights attorney john burris is representing the family. in just a few hours, three men arrested for a deadly crime spree in the north bay will face a judge. tyrone mccray and two others will face robbery and attempted murder charges. all three are expected to enter pleas today. a fourth suspect jonathan jackson is awaiting a competence hearing. police say they broke into two homes, shooting two people one was killed. this morning, there is fresh fallout from the stormy daniels "60 minutes" interview. her attorney has asked a federal judge for permission
to depose president trump about the alleged affair. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us now with the details. reporter: this would be something because it means president trump would have to testify under oath and tell a judge what he knew about the agreement between himself and the adult film star. daniels' attorney michael avenatti requested a deposition from both the president and his personal attorney michael cohen. cohen said he is the one who paid daniels $130,000 of his own money without president trump's knowledge. of course, now cohen has a lawyer of his own david swartz who insists daniels was paid for reasons other than this issue. >> mr. cohen paid the $130,000 but the reason is to protect business, protect reputation, and to protect family. payment only 11 days before he the election is what is raising red flags as a possible violation of federal campaign law. the last president deposed was president bill clinton.
jackie ward, kpix 5. france says any talks with north korean leaders must be to end the nuclear weapons. japan is interested in what happened when north korea's kim jong-un and his wife met the president of china. china reported that during the discussions, kim pledged to denuclearize north korea and said that he is willing to hold a summit with the united states. a meeting between kim and president trump is planned for may. some experts in the region say that the potential talks may have motivated china to act. >> i think beijing probably wanted to make sure that it didn't get sidelined in the bilateral conversation between washington and pyongyang and they wanted to send a message that they are north korea's most important relationship. >> this morning, the president tweeted out saying: is meeting with me. in the meantime, and unfortunately, maximum sanctions and pressure must be maintained at all cost!"
former first lady michelle obama will be in the bay area today. she is hosting a question-and- answer-style discussion at oracle arena in oakland tonight at eight. michelle obama will be in the bay area today. she is hosting a question-and- answer style discussion at oracle arena in oakland tonight at 8 p.m. she is expected to discuss "let's move" initiative to address the challenge of childhood obesity and her "let girls learn" project to help girls around the world get schooling. facebook is trying to handle a data privacy scandal. anne makovec has more from the company headquarters in menlo park with more. reporter: yeah. now it turns out some facebook users are suing the company and this could become a class action lawsuit for all affected users. the plaintiffs in the cases are three people who use the facebook messenger app.
they say facebook violated their privacy by collecting logs of their phone calls and text messages. it's a federal lawsuit filed here in northern california. and it asks for unspecified damages. facebook said on sunday it had logged some calls and texts but only when users of the android operating system had opted in. it also said that information is securely stored and not sold to third parties. but there are some trust issues with facebook right now after the personal data of 50 million users ended up in the hands of cambridge analytica a british based political consultant. that information was then used to target users before the 2016 election of donald trump. >> we believe, given the serious nature of the allegations that have been made around the access and use of facebook user data that it is appropriate that zuckerberg should give evidence. >> facebook's ceo is being
asked to testify before multiple congressional committees and in front of parliament and also now we're hearing some reports that facebook might be delaying the unveiling of their home speaker system. that was supposedly set to be unveiled in may. facebook is revamping some privacy settings, making things more obvious to users who of course are prone to just clicking on "agree" when all those huge releases come up. live in menlo park, anne makevoc, kpix 5. 6:10. the bay area city lowering the tax rate for recreational marijuana starting today. >> plus, the looming deadline for the second phase of bart's extension and how it will affect commuters to and from san jose. >> and tracking a couple of problems including on 37. we are seeing a lot of slow speeds. we have a power outage in the area. we'll have the details coming up.
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for switching to progressive? [ engine revving ] you cannot hear me at all, can you? rate.. for recreational marijuana. it's an attempt to attract and n. with a starting today, berkeley is lowering the tax rate for recreational marijuana in an attempt to attract and keep businesses in town. with a 15% state tax on top of local taxes, people are getting sticker shock when they see the final price. berkeley's new tax rate of 5% is the lowest in the bay area. the move could pressure neighboring cities to cut their rates, as well. in recent weeks, lawmakers have also pushed to lower the state tax rate. a deadline is looming for the second phase of bart's extension to san jose. the vta, which is fund thing the extension, is pushing for
a single underground tunnel for trains through downtown. the vta says it would be less disruptive to businesses. bart favors a twin tunnel design used elsewhere in the transit system saying it's safer and easier to operate. the two agencies need to agree by the end of next month. this is not affecting the extension to the city's berryessa area, scheduled to carry passengers next year. time check 6:15. let's check mass transit and the roads with jaclyn. >> mass transit looking good, maybe the way you want to go this morning because we're tracking a couple of problems. we are going to begin along interstate 80 where traffic is flowing freely in both directions. problems on surface streets has caused some closures due to a power outage. that's right. the car hit a power pole. and knocked the power out. right now the sonoma off-ramp from westbound 37 is shut down as well as yolano drive at
sonoma boulevard that intersection is completely blocked off. so if you are on highway 37, exit at wilson and then take wilson or sacramento street over to 29 if that's where you need to go. right now, we are seeing a lot of slowdowns along highway 37 in that westbound direction. speeds dip right around 25 miles per hour. 36-minute ride between 80 and 101. slow going as you head towards 101. here's a live look at highway 37. i'll step out of the way. this is near lakeville highway. westbound traffic are headlights at a stop. so expect delays if you are heading that direction. maybe use the richmond/san rafael bridge if you are just trying to connect with 101. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. good morning. taking a look at our mount vaca camera at this hour, always starting to show the beginnings of the sunrise. we still have a little bit of time before that gets here. but i do like the colors of
this. clear conditions across the north bay. just thin clouds. that's all we're going to be dealing with today. high pressure will bring us record-breaking heat. 10 to 15 degrees above average today and warmer tomorrow. that's when we could see a lot of inland areas break some records. here's a view across the south bay. look at that. nice clear conditions there, as well. not even noticing much wind either. three to five-mile-per-hour sustained winds right now. 50 degrees in oakland right now. san jose at 50. san francisco 54 degrees. still feels comfortable for this hour. here's the futurecast. you will see clear skies all day. this is what the futurecast is showing today, tomorrow, friday, all because of high pressure. really is dominating the west coast and that's what's going to give us that beautiful view of the sunrise today starting at 7 a.m. sunset at 7:29. here's a look at your afternoon highs today:
>> we could break records inland but tomorrow will be even warmer. we are look at mid-80s for several areas. as it get closer we'll have warmer weather tomorrow. the storms are all tracking north. look at that moisture from hawaii to canada because of how strong the high pressure is. it's not going to weaken until monday. so let's show you that seven- day forecast. by easter sunday, we are going to start to see temperatures from the out to the low 70s staying cool for monday and
tuesday. michelle. google maps is now available in 39 new languages spoken by billions of people worldwide. driving and walking routes can now be heard in danish, hebrew and icelandic. in addition to their already extensive list of available languages. 14 years ago, google was only in english. today it's available in 74 languages. snapchat is gambling with the same concept that put facebook in the hot seat. an update features an app to let users see which apps are connected to their account and what it has access to. snapchat's push to connect other apps comes just days after facebook's app led to user profiles being exposed. a new improved apple watch could hit store shelves by this fall. that's according to an analyst. he says the apple watch series 4 will have a longer battery life, bigger screen and better monitor your health. this comes after the tech giant rolled out a cheaper
ipad in chicago. it's not just the warriors that are the walking wounded. the a's and giants got bad news. and can the sharks win their ninth straight game? they went to overtime in st. louis. we'll drop the puck coming up. las vegas is set to be complete. time for your play of the day.. this time its double the >> a look at when the raiders stadium in las vegas is set to be complete.
i know this sounds sort of like a broken record, but the warriors took the floor without their four all stars once again last night. they weren't very good. bob myers negotiating a contract with chris mullin. the only bright side, the young player's playing could put the warriors up 44-31 after this jump shot.
he had 11. but in the third next to no defense. that was part of a 15-2 pacer run. tied the game. later in the 3rd, glenn robinson iii comes up with the steal and the 360. warriors held to just 33 points in the second half. indiana wins 92-81. the sharks in st. louis trying to win a ninth straight game. nobody can stop that man! sharks led 1-0. but it would go to overtime. tied at 2 ,then st. louis wins 3-2 ending the sharks' winning streak. >> a's top pitching prospect will undergo tommy john surgery. giants already without madison bumgarner and jeff samardzija may now be without closer mark melancon for opening day because of an issue with his pitching arm. wow.
barry bonds and his daughter enjoying the final game of the bay bridge series. giants starter chris stratton pitched five shutout innings allowing four hits with three strikeouts. bottom of the fourth jackson the team starting centerfielder because stephen dugger was sent down to the minors. he singles home two runs. giants win 3-0. now on to opening day on thursday. time to play ball. you know, hopefully, the a's, giants and warriors get healthy. don't drink the water. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. lebr time for the plays of the day. lebron james facing off against his old buddy, the heat's dwayne wade. then again later in the 4th.....its almost a replay as wade gets defensive... heat win the game....and wade doubles up on our plays of the day! >> look at that swat. wade rejecting lebron twice. not in my house ! lebron james
getting a lot of rejections. those are your plays of the day. adium in las vegas is on track to be complete by august 20-20. the the $1.8 billion raiders stadium in las vegas is on track to be complete by august 2020. the owners approved a stadium financing plan yesterday. the team is just waiting on the las vegas stadium authority and county commission to sign on the dotted line. the raiders hope to play in oakland at least the next two seasons. they have a lease in 2018 and plan to sign another one for 2019. stormy daniels' attorney is kicking his client's case up a notch by requesting that president trump and his personal attorney testify under oath. >> plus, the changes being made at the state capital when it comes to lawmakers facing sexual harassment claims. >> and the interruption caused by protestors at a sacramento city council meeting as they protest following a office- involved shooting.
he knows i'm telling the truth. >> overnight stormy daniels's attorney files a motion to depose the president. the questions president trump could face. >> plus, it was a classic case of someone making an honest mistake. >> i.c.e. agents question inmates at a bay area jail breaking the state's sanctuary law. >> and -- >> stephon clark, stephon clark! >> protestors call for charges in the shooting an unarmed black man in sacramento. the moments following the shooting now being called into question. first, president trump hasn't commented after porn star stormy daniels shares details of an alleged affair
in a "60 minutes" interview. it's wednesday, march 28th, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. jackie ward reports. >> reporter: if they get what they want, president trump would have to testify under oath and tell a judge what he knew about the agreement between himself and the adult film star. daniels' attorney michael avenatti requested a deposition from both the president and his personal attorney michael cohen. cohen said he is the one who paid daniels $130,000 of his own money without president trump's knowledge. did cohen illegally use campaign funds to keep daniels quiet? >> the exact sentence used was, they can make your life hell in many different ways. >> they being? >> i'm not sure who they were. >> i'm not exactly sure who they were. i believe it to be michael cohen. >> we'll do what's necessary to protect him and the office of the presidency. >> reporter: avenatti said he wants to question both president trump and michael cohen for no more than two hours. he says their testimony is vital for him to determine if
the president knew about the $130,000 and if he approved the payment. a hearing is set for april 30th. in the newsroom, jackie ward, kpix 5. time now 6:32. let's head outside take a look. golden gate bridge some of the traffic coming in from the north bay, not looking too bad right now. and on the left, we have this beautiful shot from alamo square looking towards downtown as it zooms out. it's going to be sunny and warm. last check you sent out a twitter poll about whether people are going to like the warm weather. >> mm-hm. >> it's 69% saying they love this warm weather. >> yes the some people miss fog. some people want the rain. . we'll have high pressure for seven days so a lot of sun. this is our mount vaca cam view just a few little light
clouds way off in the distance. that's going to be our story for the next few days. expect clear skies. hopefully you will have your trusty sunblock ready to go because you will need it. here's a great view. 49 degrees in concord right now. over to jaclyn. problems for drivers making their way on the roads, interstate 80 getting pretty slow. the eastshore freeway right near carlson, you can see those brake lights we are in the yellow as far as our drive times. about 23 minutes on over towards the maze. no impact on 580 but richmond parkway is busy and over towards the richmond/san rafael bridge, here's the toll plaza there,
though headlights heading westbound, 13 minutes from marina bay parkway to sir francis drake boulevard. your ride across the golden gate bridge, nice and easy. it looks like everyone is on their best driving behavior along that stretch. but completely different story over at the bay bridge toll plaza. you will be in good company if you are heading that way. 23 from the maze to 101. grab the extra cup of coffee. it's going to be a slow ride. back to you. anger over an office- involved shooting disrupted a sacramento city council meeting last night. [ yelling ] >> stephon clark, stephon clark! >> this is his brother, the suspect shot by officers this month. stevante clark danced, jumped and demanded to be heard. the incident prompted the city council to briefly adjourn. >> my team and i at the california department of justice will do everything in our power to assure that this
investigation is fair, thorough and impartial. >> officers were seeking a caravanedly. suspect the night of march 18th when they approached stephon clark. he ran into a backyard and they thought he had a weapon, prompting them to open fire. no weapon was found. the backyard was clark's grandmother's. >> this is not just about the death of stephon clark. we recognize that there have been other lives lost who also drive your grief and passion for change. you will be heard. >> also last night, demonstrators again blocked fans from entering the arena for the sacramento kings basketball game. it's the second game in a row that fans were prevented from getting into golden1 center. a wake for stephon clark is planned this evening and a memorial service is scheduled for tomorrow. the santa clara county jail is under fire for allowing i.c.e. agents to question inmates. immigration advocates say that that's a violation of the
state's sanctuary laws. on the afternoon of march 7th and morning of march 8th, two deputies allowed agents inside the main jail to question four inmates. the federal i.c.e. agents came back on march 14th and again monday, and weren't allowed in. supervisor dave cortese says that the county has worked hard to build trust with immigrants and hopes that these were isolated incidents. >> we don't make any mistakes going forward because the community gets fearful and it's not good. >> the santa clara county sheriff says that deputies have been retrained on the policies and the procedures and they created a new law enforcement signin sheet to avoid confusion. meanwhile, two undocumented immigrants detained in the east bay have filed a class action lawsuit against the feds. kpix 5's jessica flores reports. reporter: good morning. the two mexican citizens have been at this detention center here in richmond for more than six months. and they say they haven't been given a bond hearing.
the aclu says those due process rights have been denied. and now the men are part of a major class action lawsuit. now, it was last fall when the two men, one from antioch and one from san lorenzo, were arrested. the men are seeking asylum in the u.s. according to the aclu, the department of homeland security already determined that both men have reasonable fear of torture or persecution if returned to mexico. the aclu says that determination means that the federal government cannot deport them. their attorneys say the government has refused to give them bond hearings which could allow them to go home while they pursue their asylum case. now, both men have u.s. citizen children. the lawsuit says they are the sole providers for their families. their attorney released this -- say they are not alone. they say there are potentially hundreds within this area in the ninth circuit that could
potentially be part of the class action lawsuit. hundreds they say are in legal limbo. reporting live in richmond, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. president trump is considering using the military budget for a wall along the border. mr. trump floated the idea in private conversations with advisers. it's unclear how serious president trump was about funding the wall through the military. the trump administration says president trump still plans to look at potential ways for mexico to pay for the wall despite mexico saying that's not going to happen. this morning, we are learning that the fbi didn't use all options before asking apple to unlock the san bernardino gunman's iphone. that's according to a report from the inspector general's office. the phone was used by syed farook the terrorist who with his wife shot and killed 14 people. the couple was later killed by police in a shootout. california senator kamala harris is taking steps to prevent possible political interference in special
counsel robert mueller's russia probe. she and other senators are requesting that officials in the department of justice release a written commitment to the public saying they will not interfere in the investigation into alleged meddling by russian in the 2016 election. the house introduced a bill that would prevent the firing of mueller without just cause. paul manafort wants all charges filed against him filing a motion to dismiss charges that special counsel robert mueller's team filed against him in virginia. manafort's argument alleges that mueller's indictment of him exceeded the special counsel's authority. the charges he faces involve an alleged scheme of shell companies and offshore bank accounts that he used to hide his earnings from his lobbying work for ukranian politicians. all 22 women in the u.s. senate, democrat and republican, have sent a letter to senate leadership. they want a vote on stalled congressional sexual harassment legislation. the letter, the women are
disappointed in the senate's inaction. the bill would update the current law for 1995 streamlining the process for reporting sexual harassment and providing new resources for staffers filing complaints. the house has already passed the measure but in the nearly two months since, there's been little progress in pushing the legislation forward in the senate. at the state capital, lawmakers are promising to proactively release sexual misconduct records involving lawmakers or senior staff. senate and assembly members made the announcement after a call for more consistency from media like the "associated press" who cover the capital. leaders say this policy will be in place until the committee develops new procedures for handling sexual harassment. a court date is set for several wildfire victims who are suing their santa rosa seen yeah living facility. they claim they were abandoned when the blaze broke out in okay. the tubbs fire burnt the place to the ground and several residents say the only way that they made it out was
because their families made, quote, herculean efforts. the suit is against parent company oakmont senior living. the trial is expected to begin on august 3rd. recent fire will be under discussion as the san francisco fire commission meets this afternoon. there have been some criticisms about a four-alarm blaze that happened in the north beach area in march. the discussion will include the firefighter plan of attacks on working fires. time now 6:41. the changes that uber shaking to its self-driving program in san francisco after a deadly crash. >> reporter: and facebook facing new lawsuits this time from users. coming up, how yourself or maybe somebody you know might end up being involved. >> and the market just opened up. the dow is down 40.
thanks. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah
o'donnell joins us from new york. good morning. >> hey, good morning to you, michelle. ahead, first on "cbs this morning," stormy daniels' lawyer is in studio 57. why? he just filed a motion to depose president trump and his lawyer, michael cohen. >> plus, lyft's president is here. how the rideshare company is experimenting with its own driverless cars. >> and jewelry designer kendra scott is higher on forbes' list of richest self made women than several others. the way she doubled down on her business when the recession hit and created a billion-dollar empire. all that plus your eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. we'll see you at 7:00. >> you say jewelry, my ears perk up! so we'll be watching. >> i know. >> we'll be watching at 7:00. thank you. the legal woes continue for facebook in connection with its data privacy breach. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in menlo park this morning with the latest on what facebook is now facing. anne. reporter: we are talking
about three new lawsuits filed by facebook users, people who use the messenger
app on their android phone. and these three lawsuits could eventually end up as a class lawsuit that could encompass all affected users. they say that facebook violated their privacy by collecting logs of their phone calls and text messages. it is a federal lawsuit filed here in northern california and it asks for unspecified damages. facebook hasn't responded to the lawsuit. it's admitted to logging calls and texts, though, on sunday but only when users had opted in. facebook hasn't responded yet. it also said that information is securely stored and not sold to third parties. but as you probably heard, there are some trust issues right now with facebook after the personal data of up to 50 million users ended up in the hands of cambridge analytica a british consultant. that information was then used to target and sway users before the 2016 election.
>> this is not a new issue. but it's political, so that is why we're thinking about it so much. >> reporter: amid growing cries to regulate data sharing practices by social media companies, facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg is now asked to testify before multiple congressional committees and in front of parliament. we're also hearing reports that facebook is now trying to delay the launch of its home speaker system. that was originally scheduled for may. new reports this morning that facebook is working on adjusting some of its privacy settings in its app to make them more obvious to users. we all know how easy it is and tempting to just click "okay" on some of those long form privacy releases before getting to the app. anne makovec, kpix 5. uber now says it will not renew its permit to test autonomous vehicles on public
roads in california. the dmv notified uber it will lose testing privileges on testing on saturday when its permit expires. last week a pedestrian was killed by an autonomous uber in arizona. uber and arizona ordered the testing suspended following the crash. right now we have a lot of slowdowns out on the roads. it's going to be a slow ride. 880, oh, all those brake lights in that southbound direction heading out of san lorenzo into hayward. we're tracking drive times 22 in the red towards 84. the crash reported right near winton, we had one that was
blocking lanes. and as soon as they cleared lanes, there is another problem spot. usual slowdowns developing along southbound 680. we're tracking a ride. just under 20 minutes in the red. right near washington, that's no longer blocking the lanes. you can see residual delays through that stretch. san mateo bridge went from green to red. we are 26 minutes from hayward to foster city. speaking of 101, take a look at your ride near ignacio boulevard. your ride heading through novato is going to be slow and go. you can see emergency crews are on the scene. we had an accident and that is no longer blocking lanes. it's keeping your ride slow. the travel time will jump up into the red any minute. over at the bay bridge toll plaza we have been in the red for quite some time. 20 minutes into san francisco. that's a check of your traffic. let's check in with neda on the forecast. as far as the skies are
concerned, here are three things to remember. it's going to be nice. that should be number one. temperatures will be 10 to 15 degrees above average today. and tomorrow, even warmer. high pressure is going to get closer and we are going to stay dry through the weekend. so not really cooling down until easter sunday and early next week. our temperatures will drop off. here's a view of ocean beach. haven't seen anyone hit the water at this early-morning hour. but temperatures i just checked bodega bay 50 degrees. places like monterey 57 degrees. those are the ocean temperatures. so in fact it's actually warmer right now in the water than it is outside. here's a look at the bay bridge right now. look at that beautiful view. clear skies out there. 49 degrees in concord. oakland 48. san francisco at 53. san jose 50 degrees. your high temperatures for this afternoon are going to be well above average. we could reach 80 degrees for many inland locations across the south bay, los gatos, campbell, morgan hill 80 degrees expected. sunnyvale 78. palo alto 79. overall comfortable day but
warm in some spots. 82 in fairfield. 81 in benicia. pleasant hill, walnut creek, you will be warm today, as well. under this ridge of high pressure, that's what's causing all of that sun. look at the temperatures warming up across the north bay. napa, sonoma, 82. st. helena 84 likely today. so you can see this high pressure ridge is right about 500 miles off the coast of california. as it works its way closer that's when our temperatures will rise. tomorrow will be warmer than today. also, all the storms are tracking north around this ridge of high pressure. all the moisture is going up and around us from hawaii to canada, alaska. that's where the moisture is headed not to us. no snow in our forecast.
here's the seven-day forecast. temperatures drop on easter sunday. high pressure will weaken and that is a look at your forecast. looks like a gorgeous week. thanks of a new request from stormy daniels' attorney may help us get to the bottom of where president trump's attorney really got the money to pay off the porn star. >> plus, what president trump is saying about north korean leader kim jong-un's historic meeting in china. ♪you've got a friend in me
deposition from both the president and his personal attorney michael cohen. cohen said he is the one who paid daniels $130,000 of his own money without president trump's knowledge. of course, now cohen has a lawyer of his own david swartz who insists daniels was paid for reasons other than this issue. >> mr. cohen paid the $130,000 but the reason is to protect business, protect reputation, and to protect family. >> reporter: the timing of the payment only 11 days before the election is what is raising red flags as a possible violation of federal campaign law. the last president deposed was president bill clinton. hearing is set for april 30th. jackie ward, kpix 5. time for the "final 5." facebook still in damage control. the company is making their privacy and security settings more user-friendly. the tech giant isn't changing their privacy policies or the
type of data it collects from users despite criticism for collecting years of data on call and text histories from android users. the company is facing a new lawsuit over the issue. the alameda county sheriff's office says that a crash in front of terminal one in oakland international airport that left four people injured wasn't terrorism but an unintentional accident. the driver a 54-year-old man was arrested for not having a license and felony reckless driving causing injuries. protests are still happening more than a week after a fatal office-involved shooting in sacramento. a wake for stephon clark is planned tonight and a memorial service is scheduled for tomorrow. two bay area fathers who are illegal immigrants are now suing the federal government. they have been detained at the west county detention facility in richmond for the past six months. the aclu says their due process rights have been violated. north korean leader kim jong-un and his wife met the president of china and his
spouse for the first time. during the discussion, kim pledged to denuclearize north korea and said he is willing to hold a summit with the u.s. a meeting between kim and president trump is planned for may. this morning, president trump tweeted: his meeting with me. in the meantime, and unfortunately, maximum sanctions and pressure must be maintained at all cost!" pause fo fic!! pause for traffic!! e for traffic!! pause for weather! for weather!! and we are tracking an injury accident. a motorcycle down. this is northbound 85 just past highway 87 blocking a lane. 880 north of 238, that northbound direction just got heavy making its way up towards the maze. and we are tracking some slowdowns heading through the north bay. this is 101 right at ignacio so heading through novato 20 minutes in the red. eastshore freeway crash near
pinole. westbound delays. here's a great view of downtown san francisco. look at the sky there. nice conditions. the sun is about to rise in the next minute or so. 48 in oakland. 46 in livermore. here's a look at the visibility. we are seeing a little bit of fog in the southern portions of the bay so it looks like mountain view, not affecting your impact. no airport delays. there's nothing to be seen in the futurecast. high temperatures look like this: sunrise at 7 a.m. >> still trying to figure out what that little windshield wiper thing is. >> they can't reach it because it's at the top of mount vaca. >> there's about an hour left for you chime in on neda's weather poll. >> tell us if you are enjoying
the weather, or if you prefer rain and fog. >> i enjoy this view. >> have a wonderful day. "cbs this morning" is next. captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news. stormy daniels' lawyer asked a judge to order president trump and his lawyer michael cohen to answer questions under oath. daniels' attorney michael avenatti is in studio 57 to tell us what he's looking for. north korea's dictator confirms he is ready to meet with president trump. we're in beijing with new revelations about kim jong-un's secret trip to china. breaking news from facebook. the social media giant announces changes to help you protect your personal information while ceo mark zuckerberg indicates he'll likely answer questions from