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. right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area taking a live look outside this wednesday morning. saint patrick's day. this is the view looking southeast this morning. thank you for joining us. >> we are in our green. that's great. saint patrick's day. good morning. let's get a check of the weather with mary. we are looking at a dry day today before our next chance of rain. that will be moving in for tomorrow. it's a cold start. here we go. a live look with the sales force tower camera looking across the bay. we are in the 30's and 40's this morning so bundle up if you are planning to head out the door. as we head through the afternoon increasing clouds ahead of our next weather system. temperatures in the mid to upper 50's to low 60's. running about three to six degrees below average for this time of year. the clouds stream in for today. we will talk about our chance
for rain as we look to tomorrow coming up in just a few minutes. let's check in with gianna. nice to be back. it was nice to get a couple hours of sleep. if you are up early and getting ready to head out good morning. it's okay on the freeways right now. no delays or issues on the pass. things are moving at the limit. you can see a lot of green which is good news on the road. if you are making that ride westbound 580 from 205 to 680 give yourself 25 extra minutes. most of our travel times on all our major freeways are looking good, westbound 80 clear. highway 4, 101 out of the south bay not seeing brake lights or issues. let's get a live look at bay area bridges looking good at the bay bridge. easy ride out of the east bay into san francisco. same goes for the golden gate bridge. everything quiet out of marin as you work southbound 101 into the city. right now san mateo is officially in the orange tier
of reopening. the first bay area county to advance this far since the fall. that move means restaurants can serve people inside at 50% and bars will be able to open outside at 25% capacity just in time for saint patrick's day. >> it's a 4th of our revenue. it's a big thing for us. >> i think our residents have taken it really seriously. i think that reflects in its -- in the numbers. >> san francisco is on track to move into the orange next week. the mayor said that the city will probably adopt stricter restrictions than what the state guidelines allow. this morning we are learning more about moderna's next part in testing on children. the first part is concentrated on formulating the correct dose. now the company will look at how vaccinated children compare to those given a placebo. more than 6,000 kids are part of this trial including kids as
young as six months old. a doctor from stanford university school of medicine said with data showing a high level of effectiveness and safety for adults the outlook is promising for children. >> children make up 25% of the united states population. they are about 80 million people under 18. if we really want to reach herd immunity we need to make sure they are vaccinated as well. >> some parents say they want to see the data first before thinking about vaccinating their children. >> should be a kind of a little bit of time to see how it's all working and really have additional testing on if there is any side effects. >> the trial will start in the next couple of months with the vaccine most likely available in 2022. solano is believed to be the first bay area county to allow people who are 50 and older to get the vaccine regardless of preexisting health conditions. the county receives four to five thousand doses a week.
on monday the state started allowing people 16 to 64 with disabilities and underlying health conditions to get vaccinated. and a year after san francisco went to lockdown the mayor got her vaccine. she rolled up her sleeve yesterday at the maxine health center in the western edition for that one dose johnson and johnson option. for all of the latest information on sign ups and eligibility, head to the website. taking a live look at san francisco and oakland this morning where police are investigating more violent attacks on asian people. in the last 48 hours, several attacks have been reported according to the stop the aapi hate coalition. there have been around 3800 reports of hate incidents since the pandemic started. many more go unreported. san francisco said that a 32- year-old jorge milton davis was arrested on tuesday.
he is linked to two unprovoked attacks. one of the victims was nearly blinded in an attack. he was returning to work after his lunch break. >> i loose consciousness and when i wake up it's all [inaudible]. i didn't even see the person. i didn't loose anything. all my belongings is with me. they didn't rob me so i think it's a hate crime. >> in another attack a 76-year- old was punched on 7th street near broadway. that victim suffered minor injuries and is rattled by that attack. taking a live look in atlanta this morning. attacks not just happening here. a violent rampage in atlanta has left eight people dead, six who were asian. a 21-year-old is in custody after he may be responsible for shooting and killing the eight people at three different spas. investigators are looking to see if the shootings were
racially motivated. >> eight people are dead after three atlanta area spas came under gun fire tuesday evening. >> suspect was identified as robert aaron long. he is currently in custody. >> the sheriff believes the 21 -year-old shot five people, killing four at young's asian massage parlor. >> completely devastated. >> this woman's uncle is the only survivor. >> we never know when we are at the wrong place at the wrong time. it was so -- all of the sudden. >> 30 miles south atlanta police say it's extremely likely that long is also the suspect who then killed four more people at two other spas. >> we just heard gun shots coming from across the street. >> long was taken into custody after a manhunt that ended 150 miles south of atlanta. >> georgia state patrol
troopers did a pit move. >> investigators haven't said if the attacks were racially motivated. >> nothing will be ruled out. we are conducting a homicide investigation. wherever the evidence leads is where we will go. >> stop asian american pacific islander hate has reported 3,000 incidents of hate against asians since the start of the pandemic. >> atlanta police were responding to a robbery call when they found the first three people dead. organizers are just hours away from submitting their petition to recall the governor. they need 1.5 million signatures and say they have more than two million. the governor called it an attack by trump supporters. >> the side show.
the circus. it's unfortunate. i'm a little intense about it. i think it's important people know who they are. they believe that we should microchip immigrants. >> this is the 6th time in two years opponents of the governor have tried to oust him. and oakland will no longer send police to some emergency calls. the city council approved a program to have trained civilians handle 911 calls involving mental health crisis. the community responders would be based out of the oakland fire department. in san jose the city has named a new top cop for its police department. city leaders just announced their choice for the highest ranking position. he was chosen after a nationwide search. he will replace the former chief, eddie garcia, who retired in the wake of calls for police reform. the public have criticized the use of force which have also sparked lawsuits, and last fall
officers were also caught posting racist and anti muslim content on facebook. >> i also experienced racism, poverty and limited opportunities growing up in one of the most segregated cities. > this is a department that's not broken. there's a lot of great women and men who are serving but we need changes of course and we are hearing clearly from the community about importance of responsibility and being transparent and equal. >> he grew up in chicago and came to the police department in 1996. he will address the media today and you can watch it at 11 this morning streaming on cbsn bay area. 20 minutes now before 5:00. >> coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area it was the crash that put his career in danger. this morning tiger woods announces a major step forward in his recovery. and let's take a live look outside before we head to break. this is a view of the city of
the money watch report. stocks were mixed on tuesday. the dow fell 127 points. the nasdaq gained 11 and the s&p500 lost six. investors will wait to see what federal reserve chairman has to say about the economy and the direction of interest rates after the conclusion of the meeting. they will likely discuss the impact of the coronavirus relief bill. the president's small business administrator was confirmed by the senate yesterday. she was approved by an 81-17 vote. she had been california's small business advocate. today the pick for united states trade representative is set to be confirmed. rosie the riveter has a new message, get vaccinated. its being brought back been a handful of advertising and veteran groups to encourage americans to get their shots. a cbs news poll found more than one in five say they won't get
the coronavirus vaccine. and that's your cbs money watch report. for more head to cbs money watch.com. at the cbs broadcast center, i'm diane king hall. and update this morning. tiger woods is out of the hospital after the crash that put his career and his life in danger. the golf legend announced it on twitter last night saying he will continue his recovery at home. last month woods was driving in southern california when police say his suv crossed a median and then hit a curb and a tree before landing on its side. the 45-year-old suffered severe injuries, especially to his leg. also developing out of southern california this morning. a huge explosion has left at least two people dead after a cache of fireworks erupted at a home. dozens of nearby windows were
shattered, crazy video showing a horse that had to be rescued. neighbors had been complaining to police about sounds of explosions that property for a while now. investigators haven't identified the two people who were killed or determined exactly what triggered that explosion. closer to home, taking a live look at oakland, san francisco, and san jose. the mayors of the bay area's biggest cities are throwing their support behind a plan to crack down on speeders. a proposed bill would let cities set up automated cameras and send offenders a citation in the mail. the tickets wouldn't generate points. activists say it'll help reduce the number of speed related crashes. details being worked out like how fast a car must go to get a ticket. bart is making some surface changes starting next week in anticipation of more riders as restrictions are lifted. the new schedule is already available on the bart app.
the transit service said it'll add more as rider ship increases. it'll stay the same weather today. >> that's right. a dry day today. one more day of this and then changes ahead for tomorrow with our next weather system bringing the return of the rain. here is a live look at san francisco this morning and the transamerica pyramid. we are looking at mainly clear to partly cloudy skies and the temperatures. cold again in the 30's and 40's. concord at 42, 36, livermore, 46 in san francisco. 41 for san jose and close to freezing right now in santa rosa at 33. here is what you can expect. another chilly start. bundle up with that big winter coat as you head out the door. increasing clouds for today but still dry. rain moves in for tomorrow. one more day in between storm systems as we look to our hour by hour forecast and what you
can expect. you can see the clouds streaming back in. this is in the afternoon at 4:00 p.m. for tomorrow it'll be a wet start to the day. be prepared about that. this is tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. we are still looking at the showers as we head through tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. by 8:00 p.m. even for the south bay getting that wet weather for thursday. rainfall amounts with tomorrow's weather system anywhere from a 10th, quarter to a half inch of rain widespread rain for the bay area. the sunrise at 7:17 and the sunset at 7:19. checking daytime highs for the south bay. we are looking at low 60's again. 63 santa clara. also for san jose. 63 for campbell. 62 in morgan hill. for the east bay, concord and pleasant hill. 62 looking at low 60's for the tri valley. 62 in livermore, around the bay, san francisco at 57 later on today. 56daley city. 60 for oakland, san leandro and
for the north bay. upper 50's to about 60 degrees in santa rosa. here is the extended forecast and what you can expect. a dry day today with the increasing clouds and there we go with the rain for tomorrow. again that wet start for the day. tomorrow morning and then continuing with the showers throughout the afternoon. cooler day thursday, chances of lingering showers on friday, at this point looking at mix of sun and clouds for the weekend and check out next week. we will warm it up, especially as we look ahead to next tuesday. let's check in with a look at photograph speck how are the roadways on this saint patrick's day? >> they are looking pretty good. in fact if you are headed toward the pass, getting toward the dublin interchange that portion looks good. where you will see brake lights is as you come out of tracy. it's the usual stuff, westbound 205, getting onto 580 and then gets slow past north flynn. them you are looking good on
the 680. checking in problem free. we are accident free right now. that's good news if you are hitting the freeways early this morning and your travel times still look really good. mostly in the green. westbound 580. give yourself 29 minutes. westbound 80 east shore freeway. that's only a 15 minute commute to go from highway 4 to the maze. all the way toward the east shore and northbound 101 if you are going out of the south bay. things are quiet. here is a look at conditions on the maps here. we are seeing a lot of green on the sensors and nice speeds if you are going northbound 101 out of san jose along the peninsula. traffic is moving at the limit. if you are crossing the bay this morning over toward 880, right now the freeway looks good in both directions. if you plan to take the san mateo bridge things are pretty quiet. 13 minute to travel between 880. all of our bay area bridges are pretty quiet including the bay bridge. live look here. not a lot of cars on the roadway just yet on this wednesday morning.
traffic is moving nicely out of the east bay into san francisco. ten minutes before five and it's official. the ferris wheel in the golden gate park is here to stay for four more years. >> the board voted last night. the wheel just reopened this month after the city moved in to the red. >> i like it. ana traction to add to this beautiful park. >> i'm happy that it's staying because nobody got to ride it last year. >> the company that operates the wheel said we are very happy with today's outcome and we look forward to welcoming and reconnecting with friends and families. the final decision comes after weeks of debate between those who enjoy the attraction and those who claim it doesn't belong in the park. coming up this morning, the 49ers loose a cornerback on day two of nfl free agency.
. it's a chilly start. we are in the 30's and 40's this morning. bundle up if you are going out the door as we head through the afternoon. looking at dry conditions with increasing clouds. 63 in santa clara and for san jose this afternoon as we look to the east bay. 62 for you in concord and pleasant hill. the tri valley in the low 60's
around the bay 57 in san francisco, 60 in oakland. in the north bay upper 50's to low 60's. good morning. the 49ers are still awaiting word from left tackle trent williams on whether or not he plans to resign with san francisco. he is regarded as a top free agent on the market. cornerback witherspoon is signing the seahawks. he spent four seasons with the 49ers but lost his starting spot. raiders made a surprise move yesterday. they will cut center rode hudson. three time probowler. he has been with the raiders since 2015. one of the highest paid centers in the entire nfl. his former o line teammate tweeted about the move, they hit carr with a double middle
finger. warriors schedule lets up a little bit tonight with the rockets, losers of 17 straight games. now, may be the perfect opponent for golden state. we are coming off a 31 point beat down by the lakers on monday night it. was their 8th loss this season by 20 or more points. seth curry said things will change, they need to start getting more upset with night like monday night. >> we have to develop a winning attitude every single night. we have to get sick of just getting blown out. that's embarrassing. we have to have some pride about how we are playing. you can loose games. that will happen but not like that. >> now the only thing that seemed to go wrong for the lakers on monday night was
kyle's foul shooting. he air balled and went wide left. probably the most enjoyable moment of the game for golden state. he had his excuse ready after the game. >> san francisco had a 3.5 earthquake and started rumbling. i don't know, i got scared went over to the far left. >> did you feel it? i didn't feel it. his shot was lousy. warriors and rockets, rockets have lost 17 straight. guaranteed warrior win tonight. see you tonight. we always have those little three point whatever earthquakes. we could use that as an excuse for anything. >> anything. like it. just about three minutes before five and coming up testing vaccines on children. >> next on the news and streaming on cbsn bay area, bay area doctors weigh in on why
the trials are so important. and up tick on violence against asian americans and pacific islanders. and let's take a live look outside before we head to break. this is the view from our camera on the mark hopkins hotel. lovely, chilly morning around the bay area. three minutes now before 5:00 and we will be rig
. right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area a deadly shooting put the neighborhood on lockdown. the overnight search from the air to the ground for the suspect. asian attacks on the rise. bay area leaders going to the governor with an urgent plea. what they want him to do to help stop the hate crimes. and it's all about the
orange and today the green. a new tier just in time for saint patrick's day. what it means for bars hoping to get a little luck of the irish. thank you for joining us. it's march 17th. saint patrick's day. . >> just -- along with the jackets. >> i'm into it. >> yeah. like a latina irish type of thing. >> i like it. i'm feeling that. all right. it's a chilly start to the day with the cold temperatures once again. we are talking 30's and 40's this morning with mainly clear skies to partly cloudy. concord at 40, 44 in oakland. 46 san francisco, livermore at 35, san jose at 30. as we head through our afternoon, looking at dry conditions with increasing clouds ahead of the next weather system that rolls in for tomorrow. looking at daytime highs, mid to upper 50's to low 60's. about three to six degrees below average for this time of