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tragedy in southern california. >> california expands vaccine eligibility to anyone over 50. will the johnson & johnson delay affect appointments? what you need to know about how to get your shot. san francisco unified school district facing more controversy. the latest legal balance facing the board members. what it aims to achieve. good morning. thanks for joining us on this first day of april. it is 5:00. i am anne makovec for len. >> i am michelle griego. it's april fool's day. happy april fool's day. i don't know how we celebrate that. i guess with our weather. no fooling with our weather. we are looking at temperatures warming up significantly again. likely record breaking or record tying highs with the sunshine. we are starting in the 40s and 50s with mainly clear skies. we are looking at coming close if not breaking a few record highs for the day. 79, close to 80 in san
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francisco, 83 oakland, 85 fremont, 86 in san jose as well as for concord. highs are running from 15 to 20 degrees above average for this time of year with plenty unshine. on futurecast, you see all the sun maybe slightly cooler along the coast today, much cooler as we look to tomorrow. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways on this thursday? good morning. already busy on west bound 580 into altamont pass. we've got a lot of brake lights, a few out of tracy from 205 to 580. there is a trouble spot on the east bound side at north flynn. they have one lane blocked as they hook up a stalled vehicle. tow crews are on scene. our travel times are officially in the yellow zone, 33 minutes 205 towards 680. the rest of our major freeways
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are quiet. san mateo bridge, traffic is moving at the limit with no issues. overnight road work along 101 south bound has been cleared. developing this morning, four people are dead after another mass shooting, this one outside of los angeles. it happened last evening. a child is among those killed. the shooting happened around 5:30 at an office building in orange. first sounds of gunfire were followed by a gun battle with police. >> i heard five to seven gun shots. i waited a couple minutes. then the police came and i heard a few more gun shots. >> orange is a very safe city and we don't have stuff like this that happens often. >> in addition to the four people killed, two others including the suspect are in the hospital now in critical condition. this is the city's deadliest shooting since 1997. i know there are a lot of
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questions about exactly what led to this. we will bring more details throughout the morning as we get them. all california residents 50 and older are eligible for a coronavirus vaccine. in two weeks, all residents 16 and older will be eligible. meantime we are learning more about millions of doses of the johnson & johnson vaccine that had to be tossed out because of a manufacturing error. but officials are saying the j&j doses are in the nation's supply chain. those are safe. let's get to kiet do who joins us live from the mass vaccination site at the colosseum in oakland. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. in a couple hours they will be opening the gates at the colosseum. yes, they will begin administering johnson & johnson doses. again, yes those doses are safe. according to "new york times" the mistake was caught at the factory of a subcontractor named emergent biosolutions in baltimore. the company issued a statement
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saying quality control process identified one batch of a drug substance that did not meet quality standards at emergent biosolutions, a site not yet authorized to manufacture drug substance for our covid-19 vaccine. >> it would be nice to have because it is a one dose vaccine and gives options for people who might have a harder time coming back for a second dose. >> reporter: operations at the colosseum will continue as scheduled. they are doing about 7500 doses a day. the original plan is to close down this colosseum site after april 11. but the state and feds are working with local officials to try and extend that date. again operations begin in a couple hours here at the colosseum. kiet do, kpix5. today governor newsom will be vaccinated. he will receive the johnson & johnson shot in los angeles county. we will bring that live on cbsn
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bay area streaming at kpix.com. check our vaccine resource guide on our kpix5 app. download it by scanning the qr code on your screen. we'll show it again before we go to break. developing, california's two senators are calling for the state's two mass vaccination sites to stay open past their planned april 11 end date. in a letter to fema senators dianne feinstein and alex said that the oakland site and cal state l.a. administered close to 8,000 doses per day and are a real boost to regional capacity. leaders in alameda say they will do whatever it takes to keep things going at the colosseum even if the site needs to be transitioned to county management. california is distributing $9 million to prop smaller mobile sites to reach marginalized communities. >> the last thing you want to do now is shut down any facility because people are
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going to all the facilities. we just have to be a little bit more competent geographically and culturally in terms of where we set up shop. >> this comes as the state is preparing to expand eligibility to anybody over age 16 on april 15th. developing this morning, a san francisco school board member is taking legal action against the district. allison collins was ousted from her position as vice president over past twitter posts against asian americans. a rally to support collins was held last night outside the san francisco board of education office. last week the board stripped collins of her role as vice president and removed her from committee assignments. >> it is wrong to cancel allison collins for a tweet she made five years agos a parent, for speaking of her own lived experiences of racism and discrimination. >> collins is suing her colleagues and the district over free speech violations and
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is seeking millions in damages. the suit seeks injunction restoring her as vice president and to her committee positions. this comes after a series of tweets collins posted in 2016. she said asian americans used white supremacist thinking to assimilate and get ahead. collins says her words were taken out of context and has apologized. one of the east bay's largest school districts announcing all students continue distance learning through the end of the school year. fremont unified school district said it wasn't able to reach agreement with the teachers union on a plan for a safe return. a santa clara city councilmember who wanted to speak during a stop asian hate rally was told he couldn't and he is asian. the stop asian hate rally was hosted by the mayor and a councilmember. this is what she said after the korean american councilmember
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kevin park asked to speak. >> no, i am sorry. this is my event. so that's okay. thank you anyway. thank you for being here. appreciate the support. >> it was about unity. it was about togetherness and openness, solidarity. i feel that the actions hijacked the theme. >> she responded via e-mail to kpix that the event which was permitted for an hour had 11 speakers and performers and councilmember park hadn't rsvp' d. she said had he responded he was coming, she would have scheduled him to speak. l.a. sheriffs department refusing to release more details about the crash that seriously injured tiger woods. he was hurt last month after crashing in southern california. investigators say they have determined the cause of the crash using the black box device. the sheriff held a news conference announcing he will not release the information
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citing privacy concerns. a mexican restaurant in milpitas that's been around for decades has closed its doors for good. baja cactus is the name. it is closing after 36 years. owners say the building was sold with no option to renew the lease. last night's longterm customers stopped one last time and told us the food isn't the only thing that kept them coming back. >> this is hitting home. you wouldn't expect a restaurant, you know, to have an impact on a family. we started freaking out. i doubled my order. >> our family has been coming for 30 plus years. the food is always delicious but the people that run it also are so genuine. nine minutes after 5:00. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> bay area tech leaders banning together. how they're taking action against violence attacks on asian americans.
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another day of sunshine and very warm temperatures, well above average about 18 to 19 degrees above average for the time of year, 70s and 80s across the bay area. we'll talk about a cool down, coming up. we are seeing brake lights as you work through the altamont pass. traffic is getting busy there, west bound 580. more details, coming up. we'll be this is a no-nonsense message from three. small business insurance usually doesn't cover evererything youou need. it's's long on p pages. short t on coveragage. thatat's why thrhree was crere. it covovers your e entire busis inin just one e policy. bebecause smalall businessss os have enonough on theheir hand. so go withth three and leave e those old d polics in thehe dust. sawdust.t. technicalally. don'n't interrupupt the e spokespersrson. this comommercial isis now ov. logo.. three.e. no nonsenense. jujust common n sense.
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bay area tech companies announcing a major donation to try to help stop attacks targeting aapi community. what began as a conversation among a few executives has turned into $10 million pledge to action over the next year. among dozens of supporters, ceos of zoom, door dash, cofounders of youtube and yahoo, group took up a page in yesterday's "wall street journal." the open letter from asian american business leaders say they are committed to change and to fighting violence and discrimination against asians. >> we have been building the railroads, mining the gold of the last century. we are still doing that today
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in the internet world. yet when communities are hurt and when clearly we are not doing well, we are not given the space and given the protection that we need to function in society. >> leaders are also pledging to create a fund aapi employee resource groups to make sure asians have a safe space to report discrimination. the supreme court is set to weigh in on the fight to pay college athletes. former athletes are fighting to remove a cap on education benefits like computers and science equipment. but ncaa says the current benefits are enough to cover athletes' education. the organization argues the extra benefits would fundamentally change amateur athletics. the court may issue a ruling this summer. a peninsula breakfast spot will once again reopen its doors. this is video from its last day of flipping pancakes. if you are on a diet, look
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away. the pancake house had to shut down temporarily in november of course because of the pandemic. owners say the third generation business will celebrate its 62 year anniversary in may. also, some amusement parks reopening in the bay area. first, santa cruz beach boardwalk. there will be limited capacity but some rides including giant dipper will be running again. online reservations are recommended. if you are looking for bigger roller coasters six flags discovery kingdom is reopening. only members and season pass holders will be allowed first two days. general admission starts saturday at reduced capacity. in oakland baseball fans will get to watch a's in person. it is opening day at the colosseum. don't expect the crowd to look like this. attendance will be capped at 26%. that's around 12,000 fans. other changes, owl transactions will be cashless. mobile concessions will be delivered to your seat and face
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masks will be mandatory. okay. rule changes. but as a baseball fan i know you are excited about this. i am. i am so excited for the fans who get to see a live baseball game. it feels like things are getting a little bit back to normal. that's very cool. hopefully a's will have a good season. west bound 580 already starting to get busy into the altamont pass. we have brake lights out of tracy to 580 at least to north flynn. there is activity east bound at north flynn with a broken down vehicle. you have tow crews on scene. still sluggish because of that. then you've got usual stuff as you head through making for an already busy ride for super commuters this morning. west bound 80 is looking good. no delays on highway 4 and 101, so far, so good.
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we had road work along the peninsula, red wood city, san mateo. 101, both directions, a lot of green here. same for nimitz freeway. everything is quiet along 880, no accidents or incidents to report through there. a live look at 880 near the oakland colosseum. things are moving pretty nicely with no delays through oakland. san mateo bridge is quiet, 13 minute commute west bound across the span into the peninsula. things are moving at the limit for the most part. east bound is checking in with no problems. if you are getting up early, san jose is checking in problem free, easy commute on north bound 101 as well as 280 and 87guadelupe parkway. yesterday was warm for sure and we will continue with those warm temperatures this
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afternoon as well with likely record tying or record breaking highs in spots. here is live look as we look north in san francisco, trans america pyramid. we are looking at 40s and 50s. concord 53. oakland 56. also downtown san francisco is 56. livermore is 48, 51 san jose, 43 with mainly clear skies in santa rosa this morning. as we go through today, coming close to the record high for the day in san francisco, oakland as well as santa rosa but likely tying record highs as we look to san jose, livermore, concord today. it's because of this strong ridge of high pressure, this dominant weather feature. that's why we are looking at the record warmth again. taking you hour by hour, you see all the sunshine today, could see a bit of that cloud cover at least along the coast starting to work its way in. slightly cooler along the coast. as we look to friday, we will
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start to cool it down friday and into the weekend and likely early next week as well. if you are suffering from allergies you know it's bad. we are looking at the sky high pollen count levels as we go through friday and now through the weekend. not a lot of relief for allergy sufferers over the next days. our highs today, 85 santa clara as well as for san jose topping out in mid 80s at 86, 86 campbell and cupertino this afternoon. east bay, concord 86, 87 pleasant hill, mid 80s for the tri valley, 86 in liver more. as we look around the bay, warming close to 80 in downtown san francisco at 79, 79 alameda, 83 oakland, 82 san leandro, low to mid 80s for the
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north bay, 85 for sonoma this afternoon, 83 in windsor. here is the extended forecast and what you can expect as we will cool down a little bit for your friday, cooling it down more for the weekend into easter sunday and cooler still early next week. right now there is just a slight chance to see a shower as we look to next monday and tuesday. >> thanks. an unlikely explanation for what's causing mysterious sea lion deaths. for decades west coast sea lions have been dying of a cancer called eurogenital carcinoma. scientists discovered it's caused by a sea lion form of herpes something they say mankind triggered by dumping pesticides into the ocean near the channel islands in the 1970s. >> it's a sexually transmitted virus which is quite an efficient way to spread if you are a virus because you have to
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reproduce to keep the species going. >> we can kind of respect them in death by taking advantage of learning as much as we can from them. >> this is similar to human cervical cancer. scientists say they hope studying the disease can unlock answers on how to prevent it in people. it is 20 minutes after 5:00. after break on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. more movie theaters set to reopen tomorrow. the question, will audiences return? how theaters are trying to convince them to come back. at 7:00 on cbs this morning, the deputy secretary of defense kathleen hicks in her first interview on how she's breaking barriers. and the delta ceo is discussing his controversial comments on georgia's new election law. it's 52:00 is.
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more theaters are reopening doors to movie goers and studios eager to finally release big blockbusters that have been sitting on the shelf for a year. >> but will audiences return
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with them? nationwide relaxed covid restrictions allowed more theater chains to reopen. regal is slated to reopen hundreds tomorrow. theaters say the priority is making audiences feel safe. >> they have to evoke cleanliness when you come in. i think the staff has to continue to handle, egress, exit in certain ways that make people feel safe. >> despite reopening several movies like black widow and the one i have been waiting for in the heights will simultaneously release on streaming platforms. >> that looks so good. >> can't wait. after break, vice president kamala harris coming home to the east bay. when she'll be here and what she'll be discussing. >> reporter: we are live at the oakland colosseum where they will be giving out the johnson & johnson doses beginning today as we learn more about why millions of the doses had to be
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, a mix up at johnson & johnson ruins millions of vaccines. could that affect vaccine roll out at the oakland colosseum today? day four of the derek chauvin trial begins today. latest witness testimony and newly released body cam footage. president biden's proposal to rebuild the nation's infrastructure. details of the $2 trillion plan. good morning. it is thursday april 1. i am michelle griego. >> i am anne makovec. len has the morning off.
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it is opening day for the a's at the colosseum. what a beautiful day for it. >> so excited about this. we are going to have great weather especially for that first pitch in oakland, looking at 70. cheering on our a's taking on the houston astros. we are looking at plenty sun today with the temps on the rise. a live look at san francisco this morning. in the city it is 56. 40s and 50s with mainly clear skies. oakland you are 56 as well. as we head through our afternoon likely coming close if not tying or breaking record highs for today with those temperatures really soaring well above average running about 17 to 19 degrees above average. in san francisco, 79, close to 80. oakland 83, 86 san jose as well as for concord. let's check with gianna. is it still slow going through
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altamont? it sure is. it's already busy for the ride west bound 580. brake lights out of tracy, usual stuff towards north flynn. there was a trouble spot on the east bound side of 580 near north flynn that's now in the clearing stages, so that's good news. 36 minutes from 205 towards 680. that's our slowest spot. other than that chp is working on a crash on 280, ramp from john daily boulevard to north bound 280. >> reporter: i am kiet do live at the mass vaccination site at the colosseum in oakland where they'll begin giving out johnson & johnson doses today. that is notable because we are learning more about why millions of the j&j doses had to be tossed out. the company says it was due to manufacturing error. johnson & johnson hired a subcontractor in baltimore who mixed ingredients for single shot dose with that of a different drug maker. as a result 15 million doses
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went bad. they were caught at the factory and did not get shipped. any doses now in the supply chain are safe including those in oakland. the race to vaccinate has come at a time where states like michigan and parts of east coast are seeing increase in cases. >> we have been very careful at reopening the state. this is the time when all the caution everybody doesn't like including all of us, this is the time it's paying off. >> reporter: beginning today, april 1, anyone over 50 is eligible for the vaccine. on april 15, anyone over 16 can register to get a shot. operations at the colosseum will continue as scheduled. they're doing about 7500 doses a day. the original plan was to shut the site down on april 11 but it looks like officials are working on possibly extending that date. also today governor newsom will be vaccinated. today is the first day he is
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qualified. he is 53 years old. he is going to get the johnson & johnson shot in los angeles county. we will bring that to you live at 9:45 a.m. on cbsn bay area. check our vaccine resource guide on our kpix5 app. download it by scanning the qr code on your screen. we'll show it to you again before break. a live look at minneapolis where the derek chauvin murder trial will resume today. day three featured further testimony and video of george floyd's final hours. >> he is a sizeable guy, looks like he is probably on something. >> parts of the body camera recordings had not been seen publicly including that one in which chauvin reacts to what happened to floyd. one witness worked at the store where floyd had paid with an allegedly counterfeit $20 bill. >> kind of took him a little
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long to get to what he was trying to say. it would appear that he was high. >> cedric steel operates down from where he was arrested. he says this has commanded attention since the start. >> george floyd is all of us. you know what i mean? it's not just minnesota. it's the whole world. it affected the whole world. yes, sir i definitely will want justice, you know. >> today prosecutors are expected to question investigators about technical aspects of the case. chauvin has pleaded not guilty to charges of second degree murder, third degree murder, second degree manslaughter. a live look at the white house this morning, president biden has launched his plan to rebuild the nation's infrastructure. the price tag, more than $2
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trillion. >> now it's time to rebuild. it's not a plan that tinkers around the edges. it's a once in a generation investment in america. >> $620 billion would go to fix 20,000 miles of roadways and highways and more than 10,000 bridges. 650billion more would go to installing universal broadband, replacing lead pipes and service lines, building affordable housing. major airports would undergo significant face lifts and roughly 500,000 electric vehicle charging stations would dot the national landscape by 2030. this would be paid for by increasing corporate tax rate from 21% to 28% and by hiking taxes on over seas earnings. >> if it's a trojan horse for a massive tax increase, put me down as highly skeptical. >> recent data shows u.s. lags
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behind 12 other nations when it comes to infrastructure quality. president biden is also proposing to spend up to $174 billion to encourage americans to switch to electric cars and trucks. the president is aiming to lower the cost of e vehicles by offering drivers, businesses, governments tax credits, rebates, and other incentives. a live look at oakland, vice president kamala harris has announced she is going to be speaking in the city for the first time as vice president. she's expected to be here on monday. there haven't been many details released about the visit but the vp will focus on small businesses and water infrastructure which is obviously a big deal in california. harris was born in oakland, started career as prosecutor in the alameda county district attorney's office. siri will no longer be a she by default. apple announced u.s. users will
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be asked to pick a voice when they set up their virtual assistant. the move is part of the commitment to diversity and inclusion. siri comes with a male and female voice as well as a choice of six different accents. 5:37. the latest on the labor market and this week's jobless claims. the airline reversing a pandemic policy. we are joined with those stories and more in today's money watch report. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. more americans signed up for unemployment benefits last week. according to the labor department, 719,000 people filed for weekly jobless claims. that was more than expected and a step in the wrong direction compared to the 684,000 the week before. a warning about bogus covid- 19 vaccine surveys. d.o.j. says fraudsters are promising prizes or cash for filling out
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a survey following their vaccine. investigators caution don't click links in your e-mail or text messages claiming to be vaccine surveys. delta airlines will stop blocking middle seats starting may 1. the airline's announcement reverses a policy that had been in place since last april. the latest news means no u.s. airline will limit capacity on flights to reduce the risk of spreading covid. anne. >> i guess that was too good to be true, couldn't last very long. airlines giving us a little room to breathe. today is national burrito day apparently. >> i was hoping to come to san francisco. >> you should still come especially if we are going to wear the same outfit like we are now. anyway, national burrito day and chipotle is apparently wanting customers to sink its
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teeth into more than a burrito, into investing. >> yeah. i love this story. today the food chain will give away $100,000 in free burritos and $100,000 in bit coin through interactive game where players get ten tries to guess a six digit pass code. the game was developed by a san francisco tech whiz who earlier this year couldn't remember his pass code and was essentially locked out of his bit coin fortune worth $387 million. of course the story went viral in january. as a millennial, anne, i will have to say i am happy that i can both eat the food that i want and try investing at the same time because we are not getting into that. >> that's right. bt coin is a little too millennial. i will stick with the real cash and the real burrito. thanks for that. we will see you again when the stock market opens coming up at 6:30. he is known as the bulb guy
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in san jose for his massive garden of flowers. >> but covid-19 put that in serious jeopardy. each year richard sontoro opens his garden to the public. this year he planted nearly 30,000 flowers. the garden honors his son who died from cancer in 1982. he gives donations collected to st. jude's children's hospital. last year the pandemic forced him to close to the public. this year covid-19 nearly took away everything. >> there were three of us that ended up in the hospital. i was what they call one oxygen point i guess away from getting intubated. >> the garden in san jose is only open until this saturday every day from noon to 5:00 p.m. >> that is gorgeous. 20 minutes before 6:00. next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> we will introduce you to women leading the effort to
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vaccinate the world. we are looking at temperatures that are going to be well above average, about 17 to 19 degrees above average with that sunshine, so into the 70s and 80s today. cooler by the end of the week. coming up, we'll look at traffic through the altamont pass. plus we'll get details on a car fire on highway 4. taking a live look outside before break, this is the view from our exclusive sales force tower camera looking west over the city this april fool's day. 5:41. we'll be right back.
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welcome back. it is 5:43 on this thursday. we are going to warm up again with plenty sunshine. temperatures will be near record highs for the day if not tying or breaking the record high for today. as we look to the end of the week, especially as we look to our easter weekend, cooler temperatures and more clouds. you will notice that difference. back to you. here are some real super heroes this morning. we want to introduce you to the women who have been leading effort to vaccinate the world. >> the three vaccines being used in the u.s. have female researchers at the forefront. patel is one of the lead vaccine scientists, the company is currently in the final
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trials of the covid vaccine. the team isn't just led by a woman. it's almost all women at the national institutes of health, corbit helped design the shot. >> i was told i was one of the first people to open a vial of the vaccine. >> you have incredible strength inside you. you just need the right moment to come out. >> before the pandemic, the number of women in science and engineering was rising, up 36% over the past decade. kudos to all the women out there making a difference in this world. it's pretty cool. today we miss len but, you know, this is an all female show. >> we do miss you len but sometimes it's fun to have the ladies take control. take a look at the roadways if you are headed to the altamont pass, 580. that is a slow spot.
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a vehicle fire on highway 4. there is restricted flow because of the trouble spot, vehicle fire east bound before bailey road. it's the noncommute direction. that's good news. we'll see how things play out there. if you are on the west bound side towards 80 things are at the limit at hercules. west bound 580, brake lights out of tracy starting around mount house, extends west bound well beyond north flynn at this point. travel times now, 40 minutes from 205 towards 680. you see the rest of our freeways showing a lot of green. 101 and east shore freeway checking in problem free. if you are heading along the peninsula, 280 north from john daily boulevard, we have a trouble spot on the ramp as you enter. bay bridge toll plaza is starting to get busy. things are crowded across the upper deck into the city. if you are taking the golden gate bridge, traffic is at the
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limit with no troubles out of marin as you work your way through. heads up if you are headed to the a's game, limited capacity but bart will be extending service for oakland a's night games. good news for the fans who get to attend for opening day tonight. the question is how is the weather going to look for first pitch? >> it is going to be beautiful. we are looking at sunshine for the first pitch, oakland a's taking on the houston astros. temperatures will be around 70 degrees for that first pitch with sun. we are looking at clear skies for the game tonight. as we go through our day this morning, we are starting in the 40s and 50s with mainly clear skies, looking at coming close to record highs if not tying or breaking those records for today. coming close in san francisco as well as for oakland, santa
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rosa, san jose, livermore, concord could break record highs set today. watching for you with that strong ridge of high pressure in place, we are looking at temperatures on the rise. once again warming up. you see that sunshine as we go through our day. slightly cooler along the coast. we will start to see marine influence along the coast with a few more clouds. as we look to friday, start of a cooling trend. a little bit cooler friday into our easter weekend. if you are suffering from allergies we are looking at unfortunately sky high pollen count levels today through the weekend and early next week. it's going to be so dry as we look to the next several days. of course we have had offshore winds kicking up all that pollen. not a lot of relief for allergy sufferers. sunrise is 6:54. daytime highs for south bay, mid 80s, 85 santa clara as well as san jose, 86 in san jose
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this afternoon, 86 cupertino and campbell. east bay, 86 in concord, antioch. brentwood topping out at 87, mid 80s for the tri valley. around the bay warming up for you as well, san francisco close to 80 at 79, 79 in alameda, 83 oakland, 82 san leandro. north bay, low to mid 80s with 84 in napa later today and highs around 84 in st. helena. there we go with the extended forecast and what you can expect. cooler friday but we will continue to cool down for our weekend. easter sunday, a few more clouds and we'll continue with that into early next week. a slight chance to see a shower as we look to next monday and tuesday. back to you. the band cold play is on a mission to help clean up rivers in malaysia. >> the uk band is sponsoring a waste trapping machine. the machine is capable of
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a southern california dog living up to her name in a very big way. james harden's small pup angel is credited with alerting her owner to a home intruder. the 69-year-old vietnam veteran says he was sleeping when angel began jumping on his chest, woke him up, discovered someone in the house. harden grabbed a gun and confronted a man hiding in his bathroom. >> she's got a special place in my heart. she done a great job. i was very proud of her. >> harden was able to hold the suspect until police arrived and arrested him. he says angel is the one who really saved him and his wife. angel deserves a very special treat. >> such a good dog. that's my favorite kind, the little white poodle, reminds me
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cbsn bay area, four people killed in a mass shooting. the latest on the tragedy in southern california. >> as california expands vaccine eligibility today, the oakland colosseum site switches to johnson & johnson but will a mix up affect the roll out? >> students in the north bay heading back to the classroom today for the first time in a year. details of their hybrid program. good morning. thanks for starting a new month with us. it is thursday, april 1. i am anne makovec in for len. >> i am michelle griego. it is another day of record breaking heat. mary, we are loving this warm spell. we have our short sleeves and we are good to go. >> i love all the spring outfits we are start showing here with our shorts, our dresses and all of that. we've got that today. if you like this warm weather, you will like today. looking at coming close if not tying or breaking record highs for the day once again. we will watch those temps so

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