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let's show you our daytime highs. we are looking with that strong on shore flow, temperatures a little bit below average, another cool to mild day. upper 70s in south bay in san jose, low 80s for concord, pleasanton, 83 livermore, 85 antioch. north bay, low to mid 70s. around the bay, 60s, 64 san francisco, upper 60s in oakland, peninsula, 78 in red wood city and with the cloud cover, cool conditions with the afternoon sea breeze along the coast in the low 60s this afternoon. we will heat things up as we look to the end of the week. details are coming up in a few minutes. good morning. if you are headed towards altamont pass it is the usual stuff for a monday commute. we are seeing brake lights already out of tracy west bound 205 onto 580 with your travel time about 34 minutes to go
from the area towards the dublin interchange. keep in mind there is a high wind advisory for altamont pass. that was issued by chp. be careful as you travel through. the rest of our freeways are good. if you are up early taking the east shore freeway, give yourself 14 minutes highway 4 to the maze. san jose to sfo, 36 minutes. first live look at the san mateo bridge, traffic is moving at the limit in both directions. west bound toward foster city, 12 minutes between 880 and 101. to the coronavirus, fda is expected to fully approve the pfizer vaccine as early as today. it will be the first to move beyond emergency authorization. approval is expected to pave the way for more mandates from cities, counties, even private companies. today, thousands of city employees in san jose must show proof of covid vaccination.
>> san jose joins a growing number of local governments making this a mandate. justin andrews is live in city hall in san jose. what happens if city workers refuse to show proof? >> reporter: g, if that's the case, there are two options. get tested weekly or find yourself on unpaid leave. the city says there is no other alternative. this affects about 8,000 city workers in san jose from the mayor to police, firefighters, city hall workers to dispatchers. under this rule all city employees including those still working from home will be required to show proof of vaccination. if you need to get tested, the city will give employees an hour of paid time to do so. if you don't comply with the mandate, you will be on unpaid leave. vacation, comp days, sick time cannot be used. city leaders say the vaccine is the best most effective tool in preventing covid. obviously there is push back
coming from some union members. >> we are not antivaccine. we are pro vaccine. we want everybody to get vaccinated. but we are antimandates. >> we need everyone in the community to get vaccinated and we are going to start right here with our own team at the city. >> reporter: there is another face to this vaccination mandate. it's being considered by the city and it is way more intense. i will dive into that at 5:30. i am justin andrews, kpix5. >> seems like things are always changing and more things going into effect almost daily. thank you, justin. happening today, free drive thru covid-19 testing in fremont. vaccines will be available. the site will be at the central park parking lot on steven season boulevard. the event will also be held on wednesday. this is as hospitalizations are on the rise across u.s.
according to cdc, covid hospitalization rates for children and adults under 50 are hitting highest levels yet. cdc says people under 50 make up majority of the patients, says the fourth wave of covid patients are getting sicker quicker. cases in american hospitals have shot up more than 240% in the last month. in california alone, nearly 8300 patients are in the hospital for covid-19. that's a nearly 210% jump from this time last month. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we are following breaking news in the east bay right now after a woman was shot while driving her vehicle in vallejo. it happened on i-80 last night west of 37. she was driving in the west bound lanes before 10:00 when somebody fired multiple rounds into her vehicle. she was able to pull over along the freeway and get some help. she was taken to the hospital and at this point, we are still waiting for official word on
her condition. you can see several bullet holes there in the vehicle and vallejo police have not given us any information at this point as to what they might be looking for when it comes to a suspect. we are going to stay on top of this. developing, a bay area nonprofit struggling to get more than 300 employees out of afghanistan. >> some of the images we are about to show you are graphic. father has been working for afghan military with the american forces and is closely connected to roots of peace based in san rafael. he says the taliban sent his family a violent warning to sever all ties. his father is in hiding and helping his son who moved to california after working for roots of peace for more than a decade can help. >> we have had four different types of forms that we have been given. each time we fill them out, very arduous, asking for birth certificates, marriage certificates and now thumb prints. how do you get those when
people are on the run? >> bay area is home to 60,000 afghan immigrants including many in fremont. the city launched a relief fund. >> this is a humanitarian crisis. we need people to know we are there for them. >> last night members boarded a train traveling east saying they're making a trip to get answers. on the fire watch, caldor fire has grown to more than 100,000 acres across eldorado. this morning containment is at 5%. at least 475 structures have been destroyed with thousands more being threatened. there are new evacuation warnings now for parts of amador. many are going on their second week forced out of their homes. one says she was forced out of her hotel room to accommodate someone else's reservations. she's now staying with family in the bay area because she couldn't get another room closer to the evacuation zone. the family of seven says they were forced to leave the best
western in placer ville over the weekend. >> we were already in the room. i am not understanding. is there a way we can pay whatever to extend our stay? >> however, that evacuee had a dose of kindness over the weekend. she says a cal fire worker behind her in line paid her hotel bill. cal fire is expected to give an update on the raging wildfires today. a news conference is set to begin at 1:00 this afternoon. today the first day of % school at diablo valley college and return to in person classes. students at both campuses are required to wear masks in class. each day starting this morning students must go through self assessment before they step onto campus. they're supposed to stay away if they have possible symptoms and if they have been exposed to a known or suspected case of the coronavirus. kpix5 has you covered on all platforms as kids go back to school. live coverage as districts return. plus your questions answered about covid in the classroom.
find that on kpix5's morning news and on kpix.com. still ahead. >> an urgent plea in the east bay. >> arthur luckily survived his encounter but the next person may not. >> where neighbors are asking city leaders to fix a dangerous intersection. more than 100,000 without power as tropical storm henri makes its way through the northeast. the destruction left behind, next. i am tracking strong on shore flow and sea breeze pushing the haze out of here. we'll talk about what you can expect. i will show you our smoke concentration forecast and a big warm up on the way. here is a live look. you can see the gray start with low clouds. i will have more on our forecast coming up. it's 5:08. we'll be right back.
pacifica starting 1st grade. what a cutie. in pacifica we are looking at mostly cloudy skies with this ocean breeze kicking in, daytime highs in the low 60s along the coast. we would love to see your cuties' first day of school photos. tag us on social media using #kpix. hopefully we can put your little one on the air. here is the satellite and radar view. we have this upper level low pressure system, this weak short wave disturbance rotating bringing on shore flow and sea breeze. that's why we are looking at good to moderate air quality through our day. surface smoke, you can see a little bit of haze for the north bay and east bay for the most part we are looking okay for our air quality today. with the stronger sea breeze kicking in for your tuesday it looks even better for tuesday and wednesday. back to you. >> thanks. 5:12. an east bay community is pleading with city leaders to take action on notoriously
dangerous intersection. it's b street and mission boulevard in hayward. neighbors say they see crashes and near misses in the cross walk all the time. a business owner shared this surveillance with kpix and showed a moment a truck slammed into a while chair bound man earlier this month. >> we are imploring city of hayward to do something about the safety of this intersection. arthur luckily survived his encounter the other day but the next person may not. >> every time i cross an intersection, every time i go outside and there are cars rolling by, i am seriously trauma eyed. >> a spokesperson for hayward tells us there is potential for short term changes to the intersection. however no permanent changes are in the works. in oakland housing activists are trying to prevent a family of five to losing their home to foreclosure. >> he bought the house in 2006 and a decade later took out a
$75,000 loan against the home to jump start a business with a company called community fund llc. that company then bought the mortgage on his home. >> they give people loans they know they cannot afford and go behind and buy the property back through the foreclosure. >> housing activists showed up at the door of the owners of the community fund llc yesterday. they're urging owners to stop eviction process and give fred and his family time to secure a loan to buy the house out right. we reached out to community fund llc and a spokesperson claimed fred's home is no longer owned by the company. tropical storm henri in rhode island yesterday drenching much of the northeast. on long island it started flooding but the last minute shift spared people from widespread destruction. still it knocked out power and flooded neighborhoods
throughout the northeast. >> when i opened my door, water came into my car. >> i will remember henri. he is on my list. >> more than 49 million people from new jersey through new hampshire are under flood watches or warnings this morning. 5:15. let's get a look at our monday morning fore ka. we have all been paying attention to that air quality. good news for us as we are going to see good to moderate air quality for bay area thanks to the strong sea breeze helping push most of the haze away from us. it was nice to see blue skies yesterday, and that should continue for most of us through our day. a live look with our san francisco cam, mark hopkins hotel camera. you see the gray skies, low clouds, areas of fog as we start our day and that marine layer about 2,000 feet this morning. we are looking at temperatures in the mid to upper 50s as we start our day and tracking a bit of spotty drizzle especially along the coast this
morning. this is a look at current visibility. again starting our day gray along the coast, around the bay, even clouds inland as we kick off our monday. showing current wind speeds, light to calm conditions for the most part, five mile per hour winds out of the west at sfo, oakland as well, concord, delta breeze in fairfield at 21 miles per hour. we are all in the green. that is so good to see as we start our day and as we look to our air quality forecast as we head through our monday, looking good at least along the coast, around the bay, at least for peninsula and south bay, moderate for north bay and east bay. here is what you can expect, that stronger sea breeze today bringing that cool below average weather for us, those below average daytime highs, better air quality today, a little hazy, a possibility for the north bay and east bay. that's why air quality advisory is in effect and we are going to heat things up as we look to the end of the week with daytime highs inland upper 90s
to 100. definitely the heat will be on as we look to the end of our week. satellite and radar view, low pressure system, this upper level low, and with it looking at a week short wave or weak weather disturbance rotating around that low pressure system ushering in that stronger on shore flow for us as we head through today. air quality due to the smoke, we are looking good, in the green for the most part and yellow for parts of the north bay and east bay. that's the moderate category. as we look to smoke concentration forecast as we head through our day, again, looking at the strong westerly flow helping push most of the haze out of here. that continues for your tuesday and for your wednesday. it's nice to be able to bring you some good news here. our hour-by-hour forecast for our skies, you see skies clearing inland for parts of the bay but still cloud cover along the coast, a cool day with that ocean breeze. tonight into tomorrow, marine stratus pushes in along the
coast and around the bay. sunrise at 6:32 and sun set at 7:51. daytime highs are below average looking at low 60s along the coast. around the bay mid to upper 60s, 64 in san francisco, upper 60s in oakland, peninsula 70s, 72 red wood city, mountain view 72, 82 concord, pleasanton and north bay low to mid 70s later this afternoon. the seven-day forecast, what you can expect. there we go as we warm things up san francisco and oakland into the 70s. we look to thursday and friday and even by oakland in the low 80s friday. for the south bay we are going to warm things to the 80s as we look to the end of the week. some of the hottest temperatures, 90s to triple digit heat as we look to the end of our week for north bay, low 90s friday and saturday and along the coast to about 70 by
the end of our work week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. first reports of a new crash east bound 4 at willow pass road. it's over to the right shoulder. it's the noncommute direction, hopefully noninjury. heads up if you are taking highway 4, we'll keep a close eye on that west bound where we are seeing the bulk of the volume, that's looking good. we are clocking in nice speeds looking at our maps with no delays out of pittsburg, bay point, connecting hurricane getting onto 80, things are free flowing. traffic into altamont pass, this continues to be one of our slow spots. super commuters, already busy, seeing red and yellow on our maps with a slow ride out of tracy getting onto 580. 37 minutes from 205 towards 680. there is a wind advisory in effect for your ride into altamont. a heads up as you head through there. travel time is updating, 42
minutes towards dublin interchange. looking good on the east shore, west bound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 14 minutes. we've got a nice ride out of the south bay, north bound 101 from san jose to sfo, 36 minutes. things have been moving nicely. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are off and pretty quiet. so far an easy ride out of the east bay as you head into san francisco. we did have a trouble spot on the lower deck near the tunnel but that's completely cleared. nimitz freeway, traffic is moving nicely in both directions. if you are taking san mateo bridge, 12 minutes between 880 and 101. today a pedestrian and bike crossing in milpitas opening for the first time. check out the renderings. the multi colored structure allows easier access to milpitas transit center site of a bart station that opened last year. grand opening is set for today at 10:30 am. 5:20, still ahead.
>> 49ers coming out on top. why the rookie qb is getting all the praise. more businesses and employers mandating covid vaccines. now there is a surge in black market vaccine cards. >> we received a tip a couple weeks ago and immediately started working the investigation. >> we have seen the numbers really increase. >> surprising place people have found them and the unforeseen costs. counterfeit vax cards. that's tonight on the kpix5 news at 7:00. coming up, the latest on rescue efforts with tropical storm henri and hear from the secretary of education on how to safely reopen schools and how some of music's bi
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the 49ers came out on top in their second preseason game beating chargers in l.a.15-10. >> the rookie q.b. led two drives making passes both short and long yardage and niners leaned on their running game which racked up 130 yards. >> i saw a guy willing to listen, a guy wanting to ask questions. he has the talent. what kind of person is he? i think he is a stand up guy and i think everybody will
witness that throughout his career. in baseball action, giants got yet another clutch home run to power a victory over a's. oakland carried a 1-0 lead to the eighth but then san francisco infieldee nooff the b drilled a two run home run. giants 2, a's 1. 5:25. in our next half hour on kpix5 and also streaming on cbsn bay area. >> thousands facing a mandate. we are live with what happens if they don't show proof of a covid vaccine. gubernatorial recall election weeks away, how the white house is sending support to the area. the fire hazard warning and what you need to know if you own a certain chevrolet model. >> a live look from our
right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, thousands of city workers in south bay forced to show proof of a vaccine when they clock in. we are live with what happens if they refuse. starting a new week with another advisory for the area. why it is not as bad as it seems. >> there is no question there will be and should be a robust analysis of what has happened. >> vice president kamala harris speaking out from singapore. what she says is america's primary focus in helping evacuees from afghanistan. good morning. it is monday august 23. i am len kiese. >> i am gianna franco.
let's get to a first look at weather with mary. we are talking temperatures plus air quality. >> we have that strong sea breeze kicking in, good air quality as we start our day. we are in the green, great to see that. as we head through our day we are looking at good to moderate air quality. we have that air quality advisory, could see a little bit haze for the north bay and east bay. for the most part, looking all right for our air quality today and it gets better for your tuesday and wednesday with that strong on shore flow kicking in for us. below average daytime highs with that on shore flow, 70s and 80s inland, 78 san jose, 82 concord, 83 livermore. north bay, low to mid 70s. around the bay mid to upper 60s. peninsula, 70s later today and along the coast with that afternoon sea breeze, those clouds in the low 60s along the coast. we are going to heat things up by the end of the week. we are talking 90s to 100
inland. i will have more on that coming up. we just got new information on this crash we are monitoring east bound highway 4 at willow pass road. everything is over to the shoulder but a couple cars are involved and injuries have now been reported. we have fire crews as well as chp, a lot of activity as you head east bound. as far as delays it is quite early. we are seeing slight delays as you approach the area west bound which is the commute direction. it looks like traffic is moving at the limit. we'll keep a close eye on that as we see more cars on the road for your drive. checking travel times before you head out, if you are ready to hop on 580 west bound towards dublin interchange. the rest of our major freeways are in the green. today, more than 8,000 san jose city workers must prove they've been vaccinated. >> if they don't, they must get tested weekly or be placed on
unpaid leave. justin andrews is live at city hall in san jose. leaders may be adding to this mandate soon. >> reporter: absolutely. and the mayor supports it basically making vaccinations mandatory without the option of a weekly test. again that's just being discussed among city leaders and nothing is official yet. what is official begins today, vaccination proof. this includes the mayor, police officers, firefighters, city hall workers, dispatchers must prove they've been vaccinated. this includes city employees working from home. if you don't comply you will have to get tested weekly or be on unpaid leave. vacation, comp days, sick time cannot be used. the city is offering an hour of paid time to get your test though. city leaders say the vaccine is the best most effective tool in preventing covid and this is getting push back from some union workers saying they want people to get vaccinated but they are not okay with making
it a mandate. you will hear from them coming up at 6:00. i am justin andrews, kpix5. >> so many differing views. thank you. following what could be a game changer when it comes to vaccinations really along the lines that justin was talking about. the food and drug administration is expected to give full approval to the coronavirus vaccine made by pfizer and biontech. this would be a very significant step forward. that is after pfizer and moderna vaccines got emergency use authorization from the fda back in december. they've been running with that emergency use until now and this full approval could give businesses and other organizations more of a footing to enforce vaccine mandates. this is expected to be a key step to increasing vaccination rates overall. once pfizer receives full
approval, the next step the company is planning on asking fda to approve its third shot, its booster shot. of course we will be following that for you. back to you. >> thanks. new on the visit to singapore, vice president kamala harris says u.s. must focus on evacuations from afghanistan rather than questions over what went wrong. today she met with singapore's prime minister who said u.s. can use singapore's air force aircraft to help with evacuations. >> there is no question, there will be and should be a robust analysis of what has happened. but right now, there is no question that our focus has to be on evacuating american citizens, afghans who worked with us and vulnerable afghans including women and children. >> at the same time president biden is working to limit fall out from his decision to pull
u.s. forces out. yesterday he said mass evacuations from kabul were always going to be a challenge but history will prove him right. >> i think when this is over, the american people have a clear understanding of what i did, why we do it. look, that's the job. my job is to make judgments. my job is to make judgments no one else can or will make. >> scenes outside of kabul continue to show a dire and desperate situation. the pentagon says more than 25,000 people have been flown out of the country in the last several days. administration is now enlisting commercial airlines to help. at least 18 planes will carry americans and afghan allies who have already evacuated from kabul. g7 leaders called for virtual meeting tomorrow to discuss what they believe is turning into an international humanitarian crisis. a live look at the state capitol. california's gubernatorial recall election is just three
weeks away. this morning state regulators say the gop front runner larry elder failed to properly disclose the source of his income. candidates are required to share the information to expose any possible conflicts of interest. the elder campaign says it was a simple mistake that's since been corrected. vice president kamala harris is set to visit bay area to help campaign for governor newsom. she will join him at a rally ahead of the election. remember kpix5 has you covered as we head into the election. we have a full guide at kpix.com/recall. to the coronavirus, new zealand extending nationwide lock down first prompted by one coronavirus case. it was the first case from community transmission detected after nearly six months. the country will stay locked down at least until the end of the week to get a handle on the delta variant. island nation reported 35 new cases today. most cases were detected in which will remain in lock down until the end of the month.
a stern warning from fda over livestock medication promising to treat covid-19. plus why gm is expanding chevy bolt recall. elise preston joins us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning. good morning. federal reserve has moved annual jackson hole symposium to a virtual event. traders will be watching this week's event to see what central bank has in store as it continues to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. more problems for general motors. the auto maker is recalling chevrolet bolt electric cars over concerns the batteries could catch fire. last month gm warned owners 2017 to 2019 models of the fire hazard advising them to park outside and not charge the cars. fda is warning americans to stop using a drug for livestock to treat or prevent covid-19. the drug ivermectin is supposed
to treat parasitic worms in animals such as horses and cows. but people are dangerously taking it for covid. the agency took to twitter over the weekend to warn those misusing the medication to stop it. whether it is back to the office or work from home, i understand more americans are kind of still dreading the start of the work week. fill us in on this. sunday scaries are alive and well. according to a new linked in survey about two third of workers deal with anxiety and stress sunday night ahead of the daunting return to work monday. more than 40% of respondents say the pandemic caused or worsened their end of weekend angst. millennials and gen-zers battled it most. i know you guys don't deal with sunday scaries because it seems like such a great place to work. >> there is no such thing as sunday scaries when you work at
kpix5. we hop out of the bed with huge smiles on our faces and we actually skip into the building. >> i believe it. everyone is so pleasant on and off screen. >> yes, absolutely. you should believe it. thank you so much. we'll see you again at 6:30 when the stock market opens up. >> i need video of you skipping. i need to see that. >> we do it every morning. >> of course we do. >> and hold hands while we do it. >> yes, we do. a dramatic bay area rescue caught on camera. why teens involved say they blame themselves. music for the soul and medicine for the body. how hardly strictly festival is joining the fight against coronavirus. with covid cases continuing to climb, is it safe to fly? we ask a travel expert live at 6:30. a live look with our mark hopkins hotel cam looking at san francisco. it's a gray start. we have low clouds, areas of
5:43 on this monday morning. a live look outside from our mark hopkins camera looking east over the bay. thanks for joining us. a dramatic rescue in north bay after boys got stranded on a 400-foot cliff. crews used flash lights as they hoisted the boys into a helicopter. one of the teens said climbing the cliff with friends was probably not a great idea. >> there were points where probably all of us grabbed rocks, laid down, and were falling on a cliff side 100 feet above sharp rocks. one of the stupidest things we have done. >> at least they can realize that and learned a lesson. fortunately none of them were
seriously hurt. >> thank goodness. there was a free pop up concert and covid clinic in san francisco over the weekend. it was sponsored by hardly strictly bluegrass festival. it typically draws 7,000 but because of covid it's going virtual again this year. in an effort to be able to gather in person though organizers decided to host a mini festival and vaccine clinic outside the bay view opera house. >> we didn't realize it at first but then we were look awesome, it's really fantastic that it worked out. >> having any live music is kind of medicine for your soul i guess. >> i love live music. they'll host another pop up on september 12. as for the virtual festival that's online on october 1. another virtual festival yesterday, burning man, burners are coming together online.
organizers created a digital platform full of virtual and live stream events. virtual burn runs through september 7. new video out of new york where tropical storm henri flooded streets and homes after making landfall. this is how one person managed to get to safety. he paddleboarded through two feet of flood waters in one new york suburb. central park broke maximum daily rainfall record saturday seeing nearly five inches of rain. that is a lot of rain at one time. >> it is. mary has our forecast on this monday. good morning. we are looking at strong on shore flow in the bay area. that will help to scour our skies and help push that haze away from us for the most part. we are looking at cooler temperatures as well. that stronger sea breeze bringing below average daytime highs for this time of year and again that better air quality, was so nice to see the blue skies yesterday. it will likely continue. we could see a little bit haze
in the north bay and east bay and i will show you smoke concentration forecast in a moment. as we head through the day, get ready for a warm up. we will heat things up by the end of the week, upper 90s to 100 inland. air quality looks goodall in the green as we start our day. our air quality forecast taking you through our monday, looking good along the coast, around peninsula, south bay in santa clara and moderate air quality for north bay and for the east bay. satellite and radar view, we have this upper level low and around the low pressure system rotating around it, a weak short wave or disturbance. that's bringing that strong on shore flow and sea breeze for us. hour by hour, air quality due to the smoke is looking good in the green and then a yellow, moderate for the north bay and east bay. as we go through our day, smoke concentration forecast. this is another weather model
that shows that strong westerly flow helping push that haze away for today, tomorrow, and for your wednesday. it looks so much better compared to last week for sure. as we take you hour by hour with our skies, you see skies clearing inland for parts of the bay and still cloud cover along the coast. tonight into tomorrow, marine stratus along the coast and around the bay. this morning, catching a little bit spotty drizzle along the coast with the strong on shore flow. sunrise at 6:32 and sun set at 7:51. daytime highs, we are looking at low 60s along the coast, around the bay, mid 60s in san francisco, upper 60s in oakland. peninsula, 70s this afternoon and inland 70s to low to mid 80s. 70 in napa valley, 82 in concord as well as for pleasanton. here we go with the extended forecast for san francisco and oakland. you see those temperatures rising into the 70s and even 80s for san francisco and oakland by the end of our work week.
for san jose you see those temperatures rising into the 80s by friday, upper 80s, warmest day out of our extended forecast. inland east bay, temperatures soaring to 90s to triple digits by end of our work week. for the start of the weekend, looking at the north bay, daytime highs in low 90s and for the coast warming up to about 70 degrees. as we see students heading back to school, here is what you can expect. gianna franco, an amazing throw back pic. love the hair looking gorgeous. >> woo! >> amazing. love your photo. >> that is a lot of hair spray in that photo, mary. that is my 16-year-old self. oh my goodness. >> looking good. >> love the flash back. >> at least i was old enough to drive. taking a look at the roads, willow pass road, a trouble
spot here. good news is it is noncommute so it is not causing a lot of brake lights or issues. if you are headed east bound four, you will have slight delays as you pass the scene. west bound look at our maps, starting to see things slowing down a little bit near the bay point area. west bound highway 4, no crashes in the commute direction but starting to see more volume on the road for that monday morning ride. keep that in mind if working towards 80 into hercules out of antioch. right now things are moving nicely and at the limit as you head through. checking your ride into the altamont pass area where we see super commuters making the trek out of tracy. it is a busy ride this morning already, usual stuff as you work off of 205 onto 580. 45 minutes is your travel time at last check. we have a high wind advisory in effect issued over night by chp. keep that in mind if traveling through, things might feel a little gusty in that area. let's look at some other travel
times. west bound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 15 minutes. commuting out of san jose, good morning to you and north bound 101, headed from san jose near hellyer towards sfo, a 39 minute commute. taking a look at pictures here, a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, more cars on the road way. no metering lights yet but certainly starting to get a little bit busier, extra volume out of the east bay into san francisco. 880, both directions are quiet. if you are taking 880 to bay bridge, you should be good to go with no delays. a live look near the colosseum. headed south towards san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, it will take 13 minutes across the span from 880 over to 101. today a new plan pushed to make roads in mount diablo safer for cyclists and drivers. state funding is up for grabs to fund new bicycle turn outs. those are supposed to make it
easier for cars to pass. mount diablo has seen many accidents and hundreds of near misses. today's event with senator glazer happens at 10:00 in mount diablo state park. it is 5:51. bringing hope to the box office. rounding out the top five for a second time. more than 100,000 acres burned in eldorado county. chaos still unfolding from the caldor fire, at 6:00. on the drew barrymore show today today at 2:00 on kpix 5... the richmond san rafael bridge, extra volume for the monday commute as folks work across the span to the ma
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good morning. time for a look at this morning's entertainment headlines. kevin costner returns in yellow stone. the season will premiere in november. 1883 will stream exclusively on paramount plus on december 19. michael jackson 1 returns to the stage in las vegas. it's been nearly a year and a half since the pandemic closed the curtain on the popular show inspired by king of pop.
michael jackson one features combination of dance numbers, ahead of of jackson's birthday which is august 29. a supernatural killer summoned on the big screen in candy man. the film is centered around an artist who learns of the legend and is drawn into the mythology as a wave of violence is unleashed. candy man is in theaters friday and it looks scary. >> want to say candy plan three times in the mirror on the break? >> no. you do that and let me know how to works out. free guys starring ryan reynolds. >> there he is, blue shirt guy. >> yes. >> the second box office win for free guy. it is about a bank teller who discovers he is a background player in a video game. so he decides to become the hero of his open story. over the weekend paw
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