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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, live from our exclusive sales force tower camera, looking north you see coit tower. good morning. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. we will start with a look at traffic and weather. happy monday. happy monday. did you have a good weekend? >> good but super fast. >> just like that. always is. we are looking at a foggy start and mostly cloudy skies. i will get to the dense fog advisory for the areas in gray. we are looking at the sacramento valley, san joaquin, solano, including fairfield, ben each i can until 11:00 with the visibility down to less than a quarter mile. you see in fairfield it is down to a tenth of a mile, quarter mile in santa rosa with dense
fog there as well. here is a live look with our san francisco cam with that fog, temperatures are in the low to mid 50s at this hour. through our day, we are looking at low 60s along the coast, mid 60s around the bay and inland mid to upper 60s to low 70s this afternoon. we could see as we head through our afternoon the potential for maybe a spritz or an isolated shower. i think for the most part we will see clouds with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. how are things shaping up on the roadways? not a lot of crashes but we are dealing with that dense fog. limited visibility on parts of 80, fairfield, give yourself a lot of time and a lot of space between you and the car in front of you. it is getting busy out of tracy, slightly slower west bound 205 onto 580. super commuters are already
seeing a busy ride. 30 minutes from 205 towards 680. bridges, so far, so good. bay bridge, no delays, things are quiet heading into san francisco. the golden gate bridge is off to a good start with no delays. san mateo bridge, 13 minutes between 880 and 101. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. breaking news, strike averted for kaiser pharmacists. that was going to be a big deal for anybody who goes to their out patient clinics from cancer patients to those who need blood pressure medication or allergy pills, it was going to close all out patient pharmacies until november 22. but at the last minute overnight kaiser renegotiate with its pharmacists. they struck a deal and the week long strike is no longer going to happen. also kaiser striking tentative agreement with the rest of the
workers' unions over the weekend. >> thank you. a live look at 880 in oakland where chp is investigating a terrible traffic fatality that happened last night. a pick up hit and killed a man walking in the south bound lanes near 7th street. it happened around 6:30 after dark. the driver stopped and called for help. the man was pronounced dead. it is unclear why he was on the freeway. mourners packed a candle light mass to remember a student athlete who died in a fall after leaving a frat party. da lin spoke with his friends. >> reporter: there were still a lot of questions over how a young man died after leaving a fraternity party. his family believes it was an accident. tonight family and friends celebrated his life. a few hundred people packed mission church at santa clara university torr pray for the family. his family has a long history
with the university. justin's father and brother are alumni. the parents asked for privacy and friends wanted people to know justin at 6'7" was a gentle giant and had a kind soul. >> justin had this contagious energy around him of happiness and joy. he made everyone around him feel happy and excited. >> reporter: brett allen flew in to pay respects to his childhood friend. they grew up playing sports. justin was an accomplished volleyball player. in high school and he his team won junior national championship in 2018. the university says justin was a practice player for santa clara's women's volleyball team. >> the chapel was over flowing with people. it speaks to how many lives he touched. >> reporter: police found him wednesday. his father posted justin was walking back to campus alone from a fraternity party.
he says the 20-year-old somehow fell 15 to 20 feet and passed away due to head trauma. >> a very tragic accident and it's unbelievably not fair. >> reporter: the junior business student was a fellow of sigma pi. they'll miss him. >> he could hang out with everyone. he was a joyful spirit and that came natural to him. >> reporter: police do not suspect foul play. the coroner's office is handling the case. a 9-year-old boy is the 10th person to die from the crowd crash at the astro world festival in houston. he had been on a coma since november 5 when his father put him on his shoulders to see travis scott and the crowd knocked them to the ground.
in san francisco police are looking for a vandal who targeted the oldest mosque in the city. someone threw a beer bottle and the suspect can be seen on surveillance running away. >> we are not sure why. >> we feel like our home was attacked. >> board members are fund raising to replace the window and upgrade the security system. market in oakland chinatown asking police for help finding the vandal who left a hateful message on the side of their business. it advises owners to "go back to china" followed by an explicit slur. owners have filed a police report. meanwhile, more than 2,000
came together to rally in los gatos against hate. it was a city sponsored walk for what's. petaluma, this quarter ton bear who spent a day perched on this red wood tree finally came down. betty yu with how wildlife workers finally lured him down. >> reporter: wildlife and animal services officials watched and waited hoping the stillness of the night would encourage the good sized bear to descend from the red wood tree. >> we see a lot of deer but not a bear. not a bear. >> we really are hoping he is all right. i trust all the people that are trying to help him. >> reporter: lorenzas live within walking distance. >> we had our binoculars and we could see just the back side of it. it was really cool. >> with the pandemic and the fires, excuse me, i think a lot of the wildlife is going places
they haven't been before. i feel for them. >> reporter: for much of the day the bear was the star of the show mesmerizing neighbors as it took refuge. >> did that in about six seconds. he is a big boy. it was amazing to watch. >> reporter: a neighbor snapped this photo of the bear crashing through back yards and breaking fences as well. >> that was betty yu. last time the quiet community had an unusual sighting was last year when a mountain lion made an appearance. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, new fines about to kick in to plunge california's cargo clog. why you might want to look up ahead of the niners big monday night match up. the spectacle planned in the skies. senator robert kennedy's convicted killer may soon be
released. >> the second gunman is the one who killed robert kennedy. >> what happened was we discovered there was really more to the story. >> at 7:00, rfk controversy and why some don't consider the case closed. a quick live look outside. you are looking at the city of san francisco from our treasure island camera. 4:40 is the time now. we'll be right back.
fbi is warning people and businesses to be on the look out for fake e-mails coming from a legitimate fbi e-mail address. investigators say at least 100,000 were sent out. one climbed to come from the department of homeland security warning the recipient was target of a sophisticated attack. but dhs cyber security agency says it made no such warning. fbi says the e-mails are result of a software miss configuration. port of oakland says it is ready and waiting to receive cargo ships that come this way. new fines are set to kick in to clear the shipping container clog in southern california. nearly 90 were anchored at the
ports with goods sitting idle. the tariff will charge companies $100 per container that sits around longer than nine days. >> $100 a day but grows in 100- dollar increments. >> we have to do everything we can to send a message that the port of los angeles will not be used as a storage facility. >> shipping companies may already be getting the message. port of long beach says it is seeing a 33% drop since the tariff was announced a few weeks ago. to washington, dc where president biden is set to put his pen to the trillion dollar infrastructure plan. in the meantime, a very big bridge to build in congress. >> we are seeing some broad based price increases. >> reporter: in an interview on face the nation janet yellen said covid caused a seismic shift in the way americans spend money leading to shortages. >> there is economic cost and
americans feel it. >> reporter: consumer price index which tracks cost of every day items from eggs to pickup trucks jumped 6.2% in the past year. speaking of eggs, they're up about 12%. so are cars and trucks. a new one will run nearly 10% more and a used one, 26%. the democrats nearly $2 trillion build back better plan will help save the economy. >> this bill is going to address core cost american families are facing. >> reporter: republicans disagree. >> every republican opposes. >> reporter: most americans support the social spending measure as well as $1.2 trillion transportation bill but 70% say the economy is in bad shape and only 39% approve of the way president biden is handling it. >> president biden is expected to hold a signing ceremony for
the $1.2 trillion transportation bill and finally get it moving along the way. 4:45. time for your money watch report. a push to bring relief to drivers amid soaring gas prices. plus outlook on when the economy will return to normal. diane king hall reports from the new york stock exchange. stocks ended last week on a high note with each of the major indexes posting strong gains. dow finished 179 points higher friday. nasdaq was up 156 and s&p 500 added 33. as gas prices surge nationwide, some are calling on president biden to make use of the nation's strategic petroleum reserve. yesterday chuck schumer said tapping the reserve is the only way to offer immediate relief
to drivers in the u.s. white house officials say the president is considering the idea but did not indicate when a decision might be coming. treasury secretary janet yellen says inflation will get under control once the pandemic is under control. during an interview on face the nation yellen said the pandemic has thrown supply chains and labor markets into chaos. the former fed chair expects economy will return to normal when more people are willing to eat out, travel, and shop in stores. that's your cbs money watch report. head to cbsmoneywatch.com. i am diane king hall. 4:46. if you are just waking up let's get a check of weather and traffic. >> we'll begin with mary lee. good morning. we are looking at a foggy start. as we head through our day, mostly cloudy and temperatures a bit cooler today. we will continue on the cool down as we head through at least the middle part of the
week. checking visibility and a dense fog advisory in effect until 11:00 for the areas in gray for sacramento, solano, san joaquin valleys. we are down to a quarter mile for santa rosa. a live look at san francisco with the fog, low to mid 50s at this hour. we are looking at the low pressure system to our north and that's bringing flooding issues across pacific northwest. it's dropping a front our way but as it pushes through it will likely fall apart. we are looking for more clouds today and looking as we head through our day the cooler temperatures compared to over the weekend. low 60s along the coast, low to mid 60s around the bay, mid to upper 60s around the peninsula, low 70s for concord and livermore. you can see clouds streaming in, dealing with that fog this morning and then looking at
mostly cloudy skies. here we are at your lunchtime hour and at 3:00 p.m. and as we look to tomorrow, a little bit more sunshine expected for your tuesday. here is what you can expect as we look to wednesday with more clouds streaming in and then checking our next weather system that will bring showers as we look to next thursday and friday or at least this thursday and friday. checking as we look to thursday into friday, there we go with our next weather system that could bring showers for us as we look to late thursday into friday. that's our next chance to see any wet weather coming our way. the seven-day forecast in san francisco, oakland, san jose, mostly cloudy skies for today and we are looking at maybe a little bit more sunshine tuesday and wednesday and there we go with showers returning by thursday night into friday. as we look to inland east bay, north bay, coast, mostly cloudy skies today. as we look ahead to tuesday and wednesday, maybe a little bit more sunshine but there we go
with the rain chances picking back up as we look to thursday into friday. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways on this monday? >> we are seeing brake lights building as super commuters make their way into the altamont pass. west bound 205 onto 580 are sluggish, speeds dipping down to 23 miles per hour. stays slow to north flynn and then better towards dublin interchange. 36 minute travel time from 205 towards 680. it is foggy this morning. parts of 80 towards parts of the bridge. not far from the atherton exit there is a roller crash blocking at least one lane. heading through marin, you
might see slight delays because of this. we are seeing a lot of green, so it is still early for that morning ride. they'll do the lane changes in a few minutes. bay bridge toll plaza is quiet, everything good out of the east bay into san francisco. a quiet drive so far under ten minutes from the maze into the city. san mateo bridge is off to a good start, 13 minutes between 880 and 101. if you are taking carquinez bridge, it is foggy. give yourself a lot of space between you and the car in front of you. i have word of dense fog along parts of 80 through fairfield, okay speeds in and around the area. freeways look good, no delays on 101, 85, 280, or 87. >> thanks. niners will be looking for first home win of the season. tonight they take on division
levi stadium around 3:00 for that kpix newscast. first and foremost, how about sunday business? we start off, in case you missed it, with the warriors. steph curry headliner in his hometown of charlotte north carolina and nothing could be finer, as they worked it, textbook inside for green. wiggins dropped that time, scored 28. hornets not up two for long, curry and the bank was open on sunday, by one into the final quarter. not much went right for warriors. a curry miss. warriors early 9 for 39 from deep, two and a half left, charlotte up one, floater. he was fouled. free throw made it a four point game. golden state down two. green rocked the rim, tie game
with 45 seconds left. miles bridges, not quite a sky hook but he will take it, put . on by rosier who is five inches shorter. hornets won 106-102. 49ers business week 10 belongs to them and l.a. rams now, only game left, monday night football at levi stadium. oh snap niners last home win against the rams october 2020. it was a rough one last week against cardinals. they turned the ball over three times, had all sorts of trouble tackling arizona ball carriers. how can they snap the losing streak at home? >> when things aren't going
right, everybody is trying to find an answer. gotta fix this, gotta fix that. you aren't doing this right, you aren't doing that right. at the end of the day we are turning the ball over and not getting enough stops on defense. there are a billion answers that people want to solve, people on their couch, people at espn, reporters, yeah we want to fix it and win games. >> that brings us full circle to tonight. what's at hand? gotta do something to avoid yet another loss in the stadium, a stadium where they haven't won a game since october 2020. see you later. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> what you can expect to pay at the pump this morning. the vaccine deadline today in one bay area city and what it can mean going forward for employees who don't get
a taste of welcome. gas prices are continuing to soar in california. we are live in san jose and we'll tell you some of the cheaper gas prices we are finding, coming up. breaking overnight, a strike averted for kaiser, the agreement just reached for the healthcare giant's pharmacists. tribute and remembrance for a student who lost his life too soon. >> reporter: vaccine deadline day for berkeley city workers. what happens if they don't comply? i will tell you coming up. good morning. it is monday november 15. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. good morning. welcome to monday. first things first, a check track and weather. it's a foggy start.
it is for sure. dense fog in spots, so i want to get right to it, dense fog advisory for the areas in gray, fairfield, vallejo, benicia due to the visibility down to a quarter mile. slow down, use low beams and keep plenty distance between you and the car in front of you. we are down to about .4 of a mile in fairfield, five miles concord and a half mile in santa rosa this morning. temperatures are running in the upper 40s to low 50s at this hour. through our day we are looking at highs in the low to mid 60s around the bay, mid to upper 60s to low 70s for peninsula as well as for inland locations. through our day we are looking at mostly cloudy skies. temperatures will be cooler compared to over the weekend. we'll talk more about the week ahead and what you can expect