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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, we are looking live from our exclusive mark hopkins camera as we look east this morning. it is friday everybody! yes! friday, may 14. good morning. i am michelle griego. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we made it. let's get to your forecast to see how our friday is shaping up and the weekend too. >> so glad we made it to friday. we are looking at cooler temperatures again. if you liked yesterday, you will like today. we still have that sea breeze kicking in for us, temperatures in the 40s and 50s. through the afternoon, cloud cover along the coast, mid 50s, still looking at cool conditions around the bay as well. upper 50s to low to mid 60s and inland looking s this anoon. you on futurecast we will have clouds as we go through our day keeping us on the cool
side with that on shore flow. let's check with gianna for a look ali>> is as i look at our freeways. we are seeing a lot of green. that's good news. just a couple things, there is chp activity and fire crew activity north bound 880 at 80 as you head to the macarthur maze. an earlier vehicle fire, everything is out and being put over to the shoulder. just know it's out there. a blip on our censors as you work into the altamont pass, slight slowing west bound 580 around grant line. other than that the rest of 580 is very quiet. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. a live look at the state capitol in sacramento, it will be a big day with the governor
issuing the biggest package in history to the legislature history. it's called the focome back. he spent the week highlighting things with it with the tax rebate in the form of direct checks to californians, largest small business relief program in the nation as well as help for homelessness and public schools. he will present all of it at 10:30. we will be on top of it and carry it live on cbsn bay area. bears home in the north bay wilderness after roaming streets of a neighborhood. hed o than thrhours. ficers ma bag ep the in the tree while they seplan to get it out safely.
it eventually made its way down, darted through another backyard, and smashed through a fence. >> an actual bear, she said yes. >> long time residents have not seen anything like this before and it's a tale they'll tell for years to come. surprising guidance from cdc means millions can lose their masks in most situations, the move perhaps the strongest sign that life is returning to prepandemic normal. it's also an effort to boost vaccinations nationwide. laura podesta has more. >> reporter: the cdc's released new guidance it says marks a turning point. fully vaccinated americans no longer have to wear masks inside or outside at most places across the country. >> we alhangor ment. >> reportethe doctor says the advised advice follows
sharp decline in new infections. the key is for people to get their shots. >> anyone who is fully vaccinated can participate in indoor and outdoor activities large or small without wearing a mask or physical distancing. >> reporter: according to cdc nearly half the country has received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. more than a third are fully vaccinated. >> it's a great milestone, a great day. >> reporter: president biden hailed the announcement but warned that the pandemic is not over. >> we have gotten this far. please protect yourself until you get to the finish line. >> reporter: masks are required indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces in several states including in new york where governor cuomo said his staff would review new cdc guidelines before lifting restrictions. >> people want to say covid is over, covid is done. 22 people died yesterday because of covid. >> reporter: no one sh c their
packed crowds like planes, buses, trains or inside hospitals and nursing homes. laura podesta, cbs news, new york. >> in the bay area the news of mask restrictions dropping for fully vaccinated americans took many by surprise. this theater at san jose state has been closed more than a year. but those who work here are hoping first act of of a post pandemic world could be coming soon. it is unclear what an audience will look like once it reopens. >> right now it is very encouraging and i am really hoping for six to eight weeks from now that we can begin to have activities safely inside our building again. once we open up to the public, my vision is that no, no one will be masked. >> locae made the decision to announce the guidance in order to motivate anyone who is
unvaccinated to get vaccinated. solano is the only local county still in the red reopening tier. a look at the reopening stages. eight counties are in the orange, two in yellow, the less restrictive. red is solano county. according to the metrics that drive the status, the positivity rate is good. health equity rate is better. what's not good is the rate of cases. even those numbers might strike you as low. >> we have to get down to 26, 27 cases a day and we are about 30, 35. so we are close but not close enough. it punishes businesses but businesses have nothing to do with the disease. it is being transmitted in homes. >> to put this in perspective about ten people contracting coronavirus in one day can make the difference in the county's position. california department of justice taking ov investigation the deadly police shooting of an unarmed
man in kied last june after off responded to a looting call at a walgreens. police say an officer fired at him after mistaking a hammer in his pocket for a gun. the attorney general slammed the solano d.a. for declining to take the case. his sisters told us they started crying when they got the news. >> it being mother's day this past weekend, it's been a heavy week for us. it's almost like a little weight off our shoulders. >> we have been organizing every day and doing everything we can working with legislation and policy that eventually this came to be and we are honored and grateful. we hope he doesn't stop and nyliget e >> wasd a leexpe wh the solano de take up the case. literally has refuseto do her job. these are her words.
"the community would have no confidence in the outcome" if she were to investigate the cases. how would she know that if there is no investigation therefore no outcome? >> we reached out to the solano d.a.'s office and so far, no response. williams says he welcomes independent review of the case. 4:39. over 100 dead along the gaza strip. coming up, latest on unfolding chaos as israel tries to clear up a miscommunication they invaded gaza. taking a look outside before break from our treasure island camera. it looks hazy out there. >> it
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as officials in gaza reported 49 palestinians were killed by israeli strikes. officials say the strikes are in response to the nearly 2,000 rockets palestinian militants fired at israel. >> we are asking everybody to stay home, to be within 30 seconds of a safe zone and safe area. >> reporter: israel defense forces caused confusion after tweeting that air and ground troops are attacking in the gaza strip. it told cbs news there are currently no ground troops inside the gaza strip. late yesterday israel's defense minister moved ground forces toga cellini border and ordered mobilization of another 9,000 reservists. thursday, a plea for peace. >> palestinians have a right to live in security and to live in peace just as israelis do. so we are hard to
encourage all sides to stand down. >> reporter: egyptian officials who often served as mediators between israel and hamas traveled to the area yesterday and began talks. so the far though there have been few signs of progress. >> israel's military says two infantry units and armerred unit are at the gaza border and plans have been prepared for potential ground incursion. amazon is hiring plus colonial pipeline is back in business. here is diane king hall with today's money watch report. wall street's three day losing streak came to a halt thursday despite more signs of rising inflation. dow shot up 433 points. nasdaq gained 93 and s&p 500 added 49. colonial pipeline is fully up and running after a nearly week long shut down following a
cyber attack. cbs news learned that the company agreed to pay ransom to attackers behind the attack. the outage disrupted fuel deliveries to several southeastern states. it will be several days before supply catches up to demand. help wanted at amazon. the e commerce giant plans to hire 75,000 new workers for fulfillment and delivery operations. depending on location amazon is offering average pay of $17 an hour as well as a signing bonus of as much as $1,000 in some locations. this incentive comes as it gears up for the annual prime day shopping event. for more head to cbsmoneywatch.com. i am diane king hall. yelp plans to reopen its san francisco headquarters in november. the plan follows return to a half dozen other offices. phoenix office will be first to
reopen in november. this is later than other major companies. sales force and facebook returned this month. entire state of california is under some level of drought. >> ranging from moderate to severe. last time that happened was october 2014. the worst level covers 14% of the state up from 5% last week. oakland is getting fire ready with the help of these goats. 3,000 of them were released this week into king estates open space. it's part of the fire department's annual vegetation management program. we are tracking conditions closely on our website. go to kpix.com/drought. mary lee is also tracking our weather very closely. we wish we could say we have some good rain coming our way. at this point it does look dry. we are tracking on shore flow and catching a bit of drizzle out there. you can see our san francisco camera, mark hopkins hotel camera. you can see the wet camera.
just a little bit mist or drizzle as we start our day. our temperatures are running in the 40s and 50s on friday g so52oakland, and downtown san francisco at 50. santa rosa is coming in at 48. let's show you our current visibility. you can see the gray start to our day along the coast, around the bay, even inland locations as well. dealing with areas of fog and also low clouds as we start off our friday here. let's show you at least with our winds. westerly winds, on shore flow picking up, that ocean breeze. we are going to see cooler temperatures. let's show you what to expect. we have morning fog, patchy drizzle first thing this morning. we are looking at the strong sea breeze kicking in for cool temperatures again as we head through our afternoon and it gets cooler as we look to our weekend with more drizzle as we
look to your saturday. i will show you this in just a moment. the deeper marine layer is in place today. as we look to your saturday, drizzle and also chance for some thunderstorms up in the sierra. let's show you our winds. tracking westerly winds, cooling us down once again today. that will be the case for your saturday with a low pressure system, upper level low bringing that chance to see a bit of drizzle again. relative humidity is on the rise as we head through the rest of the work week into our weekend and you can see on futurecast, we are going to catch clouds as we go through our day keeping us on the cool side. as we look to your saturday, you can see patchy drizzle as we start off our saturday and then we are looking at temperatures still on the cooler side saturday and for a. daytime highs for south bay, 73
morgan hill, so a mild afternoon in the south bay. east bay, mild for you as well, looking at temperatures in the 70s from 76 concord, pleasant hill mid 70s for tri valley, low 80s for brentwood, antioch. around the bay, cool 58 in san francisco, 63 alameda, 65 oakland. north bay, we are talking mid to upper 70s to about 80 in sonoma this afternoon looking at 81 in windsor. the extended forecast and what you can expect, there we go with the cool down for the weekend. we will continue with temperatures similar with that on shore flow as we look to next week. let's check in with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways on this friday morning? looking pretty good. if you are up early and are out and about on this friday, you should be good to go for the most part. we have a closure for road work. make sure you have your
alternates or detours in place. this is an ongoing cley ve done weeksfor the overnight they shoulbe en by 00 much like clock work as they work on this project. we are starting to see a little bit slowing, a little bit crowding west bound 580 around grant line. it looks good past that towards dublin interchange with no major issues. travel times are in the green. if you are taking west bound 580 you need 30 minutes 205 to 680. no delays on the east shore and everything is clear highway 4, antioch. bay bridge toll plaza, not seeing brake lights or issues. if you are taking north 880 towards maze there was vecle fi there is activity over to the shoulder but no lanes are blocked. traffic is moving at the ear bo
directions. a lottery player southern california may have thrown away $26 million. the winning ticket sold six months ago expired yesterday. the workers claim they know the winner from security cam footage but she told them she lost the ticket in the laundry. >> oh my god, i don't think i have words for that. i know i would be very upset. >> i would cry serious tears for several days. a store employee said they handed video to lottery officials but a spokesperson said retail cameras cannot be used to verify a winner but photos of the ticket can. >> can they zoom in? i don't know. the prize money will be donated to california public schools. >> so there is that. good for the kids. >> not for the winner though.
five, has e.r.a. of 2.14. game scoreless, in the fifth, scoreless no more, first homer of the season, 1-0 giants. the same inning, one down the line, a score to make it 3-0, into the third witriple and giants win 3-1. their season high nine games over 500 at 23 and 14. a's in boston. bet these guys are looking for a new girlfriend after showing these moves in public. red sox down the line for a two run shot. it was 3-0, boston, four batters in. next inning, blasted two run home run to center and allowed seven runs in two plus innings and boston wins 8-1. soccer, santa clara women facing north carolina
ncaa semi final. title 1, second half, shot denied but a score on the rebound and gives santa clara the lead. they win 3-1. broncos going to the national championship for first time since 2002. they'll face florida state monday. nba, warriors signing anderson to a multi year contract yesterday. guess who he called first? his mom. >> i am so glad that you never gave up. i am just so happy that god has given you the desires of your heart. i have been praying for this for you, for just whatever makes you happy. it is everything that you have so hard worked r. that's awesome. anderson began the season on a two way contract. now he will be with golden state through at least next season. he could have tried a beerfree
oakland native had no interest in leaving his hometown team. >> i grew up idolizing larry hughs. now i get to play with curry. you just don't say no to things like that. i don't care about the money. people could have offered me 15 million -- i ain't saying that. people could have chosen to offer significant money and i will stay here. i love it here. >> tonight warriors host pelicans. that's the latest in bay area sports. i am dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. >> you okay? >> yeah, he got me a little teary eyed. >> i know. it's going to be a okay. so sweet. 4:56. overdose crisis spiking in the bay area. >> next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, what's driving increase for deaths in
fertile farmlands... there's lots to love about california. so put off those chores and use less energy from 4 to 9 pm when less clean energy is available. because that's power down time. on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, time to take off that mask. but the tsa says not so fast. where your mask is still required. sking rules will help get audiences back sooner. a bear takes up residence in their backyard. >> i am len kiese. behind en
good morning. the cool down continues. mary joins us with our friday forecast. good morning. happy friday. we are looking at a bit of dizzy with that on shore flow, stronger ocean breeze kicking in for us. you can see a wet san francisco mark hopkins hotel camera with that drizzle first thing this morning. temperatures running in the 40s and 50s and through the afternoon, very similar to yesterday. we are looking atol day along the coast and around the a ti the miupper this aftnoon. weve those clouds, g at drizzle sprinkles saturday. we'll talk about that. first let's check in with gianna. how are the roadways? not bad. must a little bit