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how bots are helping prepare for their return. good morning. it is friday april 16. i am michelle griego. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we are warming up for the weekend. we are. some places will even see 80s over the next few days. that's right. we're looking at temperatures feeling more like summer as we look to the weekend with highs in the 80s and even some spots near 90 later for our weekend. we'll talk about this. today is the start of a warming trend for us. we are on that trajectory here. a live look with our is of sioux falls camera san francisco camera. temperatures are in the 40s to about 50 degrees as we start our day. highs around 57, a cool day along the coast again, 59 san francisco, 66 oakland, 73 san jose, concord 76. check out fairfield as well as for antioch, 80 degrees this
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afternoon and this is just the start. we'll have more on the weekend forecast. let's check with gianna. is it still friday light out there? it is for the most part. we have one accident to look for. this was reported by chp out of vacaville west bound on 80. a couple cars are tangled up, not blocking lanes though. if you are headed out, just know it is out there in case they block a lane when tow crews arrive. other than that, look at all the green. lots of good news to report as you head out for your friday commute. we are seeing nice speeds along 101, pretty typical along 880, nimitz freeway. so far so good out of the south bay. no delays out of san jose as you work towards sfo. i am anne makovec. we are continuing to follow breaking news out of indiana this morning where at least eight people were killed at
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this fed ex facility. five other people were injured, suspected gunman did kill himself. so we are looking at no current danger there but the investigation is just beginning. the shooting apparently lasted one to two minutes. the fbi is headed there and police say it is not clear whether the shooter was an employee or what his motive might have been. >> it is very heart breaking, you know. indianapolis department officers responded. they came in and did their job. a lot of them are trying to face this because this is a sight no one should ever have to see. thmotive, atmay ha out ar itas fficult r woers there to reach their families. they're still trying to do so because they're not allowed to ke their cell phones at work. they have to keep them in lockers. the area is in lock down as
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police continue their investigation. we are hearing president biden has been briefed on the situation and we will be hearing from him later on today. back to you. >> thank you. to the coronavirus now, the door is open for every adult to get a covid vaccine statewide. now it's just a matter of being able to snag an appointment. anyone 16 and older is eligible to get their covid shot putting us on track for full reopening of the state by june 15. hundreds of appointments have opened up at a vaccination site at the ferry terminal in marin county. last night 1500 appointments were still available at the site for next week. dr. rutherford sees all this as an important sign of progress against covid-19. >> this is a big step forward and this is a big step forward to ending all our problems. >> dr. rutherford expects eligibility age to drop again to 12 and older in a few weeks
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after vaccines get fda approval for the younger age group. we've got several new vaccine clinics popping up. in contra costa, veterans memorial hall in 23rd street and richmond and antioch center. they will be open until april 25th. in san jose a vaccination house on east santa clara. in oakland today is the first day of the gospel church's weekend covid-19 vaccination clinic. it runs through monday. for the latest on vaccines and how to pointment we have a resource guide at air travel showing signs of bouncing back from effects of the pandemic as more people get vaccinated and as officials say flying is safe for those who have received their shots. oakland international is one of
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the airports seeing an up tick. >> reporter: good morning. we know we are not at the end of the pandemic but hopefully we are nearing the end. one of the measures is travel in general and air travel specifically is beginning to pick up a little bit. that was certainly true in the first few months of the year here at oakland international airport. roughly 270,000 people passed through in january and that number is still way, way down from the number of passengers this time last year before the pandemic really had us in its grip. there was nearly 1 million passengers in oakland last january. the number jumped up in february to 305,000, a 12% increase. >> it will be great that we can get the vaccination here in u.s. before we go to finland. >> i am looking forward to travel but at this point i don't think even if i get my vaccination i will immediately
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try travel yet. >> reporter: public health officials are still really urging caution. this vaccine is is not a perfect shield and we have seen worrisome variants and break through cases pop up. but at some point in time the reason we are getting vaccinated is so we can resume regular life, prepandemic life. and that certainly included travel. devin feeley, kpix5. >> thank you. students in hayward will not return to classrooms monday as the district had hoped. the superintendent says the district is still working with teachers union and other labor groups to set a time for reopening. he says a confirm date is coming soon. in south san francisco ultraviolet robots cleaning classrooms ahead of monday's
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reopening. the district bought 30 for its 16 campuses. >> anything the light hits, it kills the microbes. turn it on for seven minutes in a room this size and that's done. >> we want to invest in something that we can also use for longterm wise. current for the virus but once coronavirus goes away, we want to use it for flu viruses and other viruses in the future. >> the district says the robots will also be sanitizing restrooms three times a day. layoffs at city college of san francisco would roll back classes for english learners. college has sent layoff warners to 11 full time faculty who teach english as a second language. city college is trying to address a $33 million budget shortfall. san jose state's president apologizing publicly to 17 student athletes who accused the former athletic trainer of
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sexual abuse. in a campus wide letter the president wrote the 2009 allegations of improper touching during physical therapy were substantiated as were more recent allegations raised in the course of the investigation. to the affected student athletes and their families i apologize for this breach of trust. she was not at the university when shaw's accusers first came forward but reopened the investigation in late 2019. shaw resigned in august but denies the allegations. the school will immediately add more student support resources and a new sports medicine chaperone policy. 5:08. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. what will it take for san francisco's downtown to bounce back? the optimism from local merchants as some pandemic restrictions begin to lift. get ready for a warm up. today is the start of a warming
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trend. we will continue to see temperatures rise as we head into our weekend. you are moving right along on the freeways. a live look at the bay bridge and so far it is friday light. a live look outside before break from our sales force tower camera, looking south this morning down ?ç?ç?ç
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5:12. on the road to recovery, a live look to san francisco where live indoor events like conferences are once again allowed. it's welcome news. but for small business owners making a profit from any event is months away if they reopen at all. susie steimle takes a look at what it will take for downtown san francisco to bounce back. >> the dishes, chattering of the crowd, the music, you recognize the sounds but you haven't heard them for a while. >> reporter: indoor dining reopened at 50% capacity in early march but the general manager says it's still slow. >> i describe it as slowly
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watching paint dry. it's slowly happening. it's nothing major. there are no significant movements. it's usually a couple more heads at a time. >> located in the heart of the financial district, way fair survived the pandemic but barely. it went from 100 employees to 14. have you been able to make money? >> no. >> have you been able to make money? >> no. eof the golden gate restaurant association and a small business owner herself. she says ppp loans got her through but when office workers left, they took the revenue with them. >> we are seeing optimism. vaccines are helping. but we are a long way out of the woods. we need workers back in the downtown area. >> reporter: sales force announced plans to reopen headquarters in downtown san francisco in may but also recently declared the 9:00 to 5:00 workday is dead and
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expects employees will only be in the office between one and three days a week. the more companies that embrace this hybrid model, the longer it will take downtown san francisco to fully recover. >> it might not be as busy on monday and friday. hopeful liver it is on tuesday, wednesday, thursday. >> these things will take a while. we'll have to exercise patience. it took us a while to shut down. it will take as long or maybe longer to ramp back up slowly. >> reporter: president and ceo of the san francisco claim better of commerce. he has been tracking this since 2019. all are down by around 50%. he sees vacancies, boarded buildings, migration away from the downtown as an opportunity to bring the old san francisco back everthat there is opportunity for a small business renaissance to happen in san francisco. >> i think we need to rethink downtown. can we make it more of a
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tourism destination? >> i don't know how it re invents itself. >> reporter: for them it was adapt or die and reimagining downtown might be the only way that san francisco stands a chance. mayor london breed making a push to prioritize small businesses, is challenging those in san francisco to buy from local businesses for 30 days straight. the mayor introduced a measure to streamline the pressure system says in creating a 30 day turn around. the pandemic coming home to roost in our own back yards literally. there is a backyard chicken craze. breeders with american poultry association says demand for chicks have exploded since start of the pandemic. the manager of one sacramento feed store says he has never en shelves than during the pandemic. at one point the store had to
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limit three to six chicks per person. >> i think it was fair. i think the easiest way when survival mode kicks in, you figure out how to feed your family. >> i don't have to buy eggs either because she gives me eggs too. win-win. >> some customers turn to chicken rearing as a hobby while others want a reliable source of protein in case of emergency. 5:16. let's get a check on our roads, see how the morning commute is going. how are they looking? it's looking pretty good. if anyone is heading out early this morning, if you are headed to work or maybe school early, you have nice conditions on the freeways. the only place we are seeing brake lights or issues is the drive into the altamont pass. it seems like every day that is a slow crawl for the commute. for the most part it is bearable. you are seeing brake lights from the 205, 580 connector. headed west bound you will see
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brake lights to just passed grant line. travel times still look good, 30 minutes from 205 towards 680. the rest of major freeways are fairly quiet. 13 minutes from highway 4 to the maze. highway 4 from antioch to east shore, 26 minutes. north bound 101 out of san jose, that's an easy ride from san jose towards sfo. things are clear. in fact here is an overview of the south bay, peninsula and as you work along 880 everything is at the limit. 280 and guadelupe parkway is off to a nice start. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, a few cars but you won't have issues as of now. out of the east bay into san francisco. it is definitely friday light for the marin county commute and north bay. no accidents to commute and traffic conditions light south bound 101 headed towards san francisco via golden gate. san mateo bridge is looking
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good in both directions. it's 5:17, time to check your forecast. the traffic looks good. the weather is looking great. happy friday to you. finally friday. we are looking at sunshine this afternoon. temperatures will be on the rise today and especially as we look ahead to the weekend. a live look with our sales force tower camera as we look north at the trans america pyramid, we have the morning clouds out there and temperatures mainly in the 40s as we start our day. concord 47, 49 oakland, 47 in downtown san francisco, san jose 50, santa rosa 43. calm to light conditions as we start our day today, 15-mile per hour einds sfo a seven mil hour winds in oakland. we are starting our day with at least those morning clouds and even patchy fog, down to a mile and a half in santa rosa as we kick off our friday. temperatures will climb inland as we head through our
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afternoon. it is cool by the water along the coast. heating up as we look to the weekend with highs soaring saturday and especially by sunday and it gets a little bit cooler as we look to next week. high pressure building in for us, that's why today is the start of warming trend for us as we look to the weekend, temperatures soaring on the rise as we look to saturday and then peaking on sunday, warmest day out of our weekend and our extended forecast. as we take you hour by hour, you see that sunshine as we go through today. tomorrow morning clouds and then afternoon sunshine and again temperatures will be in the 80s saturday and especially sunday inland. we are watching that on shore flow, that pacific ocean breeze kicking in to effect still. it's really that time of year, that spring weather for us, as we look to sunrise at 6:32 and sun set at 7:46. daytime highs for the south bay, 72 in santa layer are a,
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73 san jose, 75 morgan hill lato cupertino as well as for sunnyvale. east bay, 76 in concord as well as pleasant hill. we are talking 80 degrees fairfield, antioch and brentwood, really warming up for you, low to mid 70s for the tri valley this afternoon. as we look around the bay, 59 san francisco, 58 daly city, mid 60s alameda, oakland, san leandro. north bay, upper 60s to low to mid 70s, 73 in santa rosa as well as for napa. the extended forecast, there we go with the temps warming up to the 80s saturday and sunday inland. in fact inland sunday afternoon upper 80s to near 90 and still mild to warm as we look to early next week. back to you. >> thank you. in shanghai, dior returned to run way with the debut of the fall winter 2021 collection. this shows the venue ckout
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with color and let's of sequence. cool. the place is packed, the first run way show in front of a live audience since the pandemic began. >> i can see you in those outfits. >> i will take the sequence any time. returning to the happiest place on earth is not as easy as some hope. the waiting game as tickets go on sale. at 7:00 on cbs this morning, a teen killed by police. new body cam video and demands for justice. nasa shopping for a new lunar lander to take astronauts to the moon. the designs in the final running. and talking about a new documentary showing how nature thrived during covid lock downs. it's 521. we'll be right back. with." quarantine-while, university of illinois gymnast evan manivong recently got creative with his vault. check it out: >> ninth nationally, the sophomore from kansas city, top score of 14.75 against the buckeyes. >> same vault as diab. oh! and he sticks the landing!
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to visit at this time. i have to admit, i scored some tickets. >> you did. i know that was the big debacle. >> with gianna. >> did you get your brother an extra ticket? >> no. >> at least you're honest. 5:26. utility crackdown as job conditions get worse. >> in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, how ?ç?ç?ç
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right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, gunfire at a fed ex facility overnight in indiana. hear from one victim's uncle who got a frantic call from
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inside the building. will covid vaccines become the next flu shot? one doctor says it is too early to determine if yearly doses are in our future. prince philip will be laid to rest in 24 hours. final preparations ahead of his memorial service. good morning. it is friday april 16. i am len kiese. >> i am michelle griego. a lot to get to this morning but first we begin with the all important friday forecast. mary it's all about the warm up as we head into the weekend. super excited about the weekend. we were talking about the weekend monday and now it is finally here. happy friday to you. we are looking at temperatures on the rise. we are starting with morning clouds. concord. ancio sofor as we go through our afternoon with sunshine, we are looking at highs inland really soaring. really notice the differs with the warmer weather inland.
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check out fairfield. antioch we are talking 80 with that sun. around the bay, upper 50s to low to mid 60s. let's check with gianna. how is that friday commute shaping up? overall it's looking good. we are don't have accidents or major incidents to report though we are seeing brake lights for the ride into the altamont pass. you see things popping up, a little bit red and yellow on censors, sluggish speeds as you come away from tracy getting onto 580. other than that, things are quiet. 31 minutes for your travel time, east shore freeway clear and no delays on highway 4, commute out of the south bay looking good. here is an overview of major freeways. you see we are seeing a lot of exceof the altamont pass. looking live at the fed ex facility in indianapolis where we are learning new information on the shooting that left at
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least eight people dead. police say the suspect killed himself. at least four people are in the hospital and at least one person critically injured. a man says his niece called him to say she had been shot. >> i don't know when she called. i was sleeping. she said there was a shooting in the fed ex so we drove from browns burg and she got a shot on her left arm. >> his niece was in her car in the parking lot when she was shot. she's in the hospital and is expected to be okay. investigators are trying toe ve fed ex has issued the statement to say our thoughts with those affected. we are working to gather more information and are cooperating with authorities. cdc advisory committee looking at issues with the johnson & johnson vaccine plans about a week. that means the vaccine distribution pause will likely
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continue until then. it's on hold after six women who received the shot developed severe blood clots. heads up to people who got the pfizer covid vaccine, you may have to get a third shot in the next year. the pfizer ceo says people fully vaccinated will likely need a booster in the next six to 12 months. that would help protect against new evolving covid variants. people can need covid shots annually to keep themselves protected but a ucsf epidemiologist dr. rutherford is skeptical. >> i think we will eventually have to add them. i think the scenario of having to get this changing year to year and getting it with the flu shot, i think it is somewhat unlikely. it may come out that way but i am guessing that we won't quite be there this time next year. >> more research is needed to determine if a booster shot is actually necessary. we are also learning more about break through infections,
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people who get covid-19 after being vaccinated. cdc says of the more than 78 million americans fully vaccinated there are 5800 reported cases of break through infections, 396 hospitalizations, 74 deaths. health experts are expressing numbers show such cases are very rare. for the latest vaccine news, download kpix app by scanning the qr code on your screen. we'll have that again for you in a few minutes as we go to break. in chicago demonstrators demanding geagt e cer who sh 13 year old adam toledo. the city released body cam video. it shows the officer confronting the teen in an alley after responding to reports of shots fired on march 29. police say the video proves toledo was armed and turning to the officer who opened fire. a family attorney says footage shows he did not have a gun in his hand when the officer fired
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the deadly > i will invoke my 5th amendment privilege. derek chauvin declined to take the stand yesterday in his own defense. closing arguments in the trial start monday now that the defense has rested its case. the jury will be sequestered during deliberations. a few miles away former minnesota police officer kim potter faced a judge on zoom. she's charged with second degree manslaughter in shooting death of daunte wright, potter claiming she accidentally shot him meaning to use her taser. she'll be back in court next month and faces ten years in prison. state power regulators stepping up oversight of pge after finding utility failed to properly trim trees in power lines in areas with highest risk of wildfires. the utility completed 1800 miles of tree trimming in 2020 but focused the work on the
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least risky areas. california public utility commission is requiring pge to submit a plan to correct the safety issues in 20 days. it is lowest level of oversight the state could have done. governor newsom says he may need to declare state of emergency over the crout conditions. emergency declaration would give the governor the power to drastically restrict water supply. the state has begun warning farmers conditions can be very bad this year. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. a live look at the white house where president joe biden will be meeting with the prime minister of japan. it is biden's first in person meeting with the foreign leader at the white house since he took office. this is new video of him just arriving in dc. there is a lot on today's agenda. pandemic, north korea, climate crisis. it is expected there will be a lot of talk about china,
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administration officials saying this meeting will send a signal to china that the countries are united in opposition to recent aggression against taiwan. he will first meet with vice president kamala harris this morning and then later he will meet with biden one on one and they'll be joined by some of his cabinet members. back to you. >> thank you. happening tomorrow, the funeral for duke of he eden burrow will take place. only about 30 close relatives will begin. a custom built land rover hearse will carry the body. stops will keep his coffin in place. buckingham palace revealed princes william and harry will walk behind their grandfather's coffin but will not walk next to each other. they will be separated by cousin peter phillips as they
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escort the coffin to st. georges. this will start about 6:30 our time tomorrow and the funeral will begin at 7:00 a.m. it will not be a state funeral but a ceremonial royal funeral similar to queen mother in 2002 and princess diana in 1997. watch a live special report on the funeral hosted by gayle king tomorrow starting at 6:30 a.m. festival goers scammed a few years ago will get cash back. plus new data showing where americans spent their stimulus checks. diane king hall joins us with more on today's money watch report. good morning. another blow for astrazeneca. denmark is canceling use of vaccine amid concerns of cases of blood clots. several european countries temporarily suspended the shot while they investigated the adverse but rare cases.
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many have resumed with restrictions to age groups. americans took their stimulus checks to the malls. sales soared over 9%, much more than expected. people who attended failed fire fest are set to be compensated. a lawsuit was reached between music festival's organizers and 277 ticket holders. attendees were promised weekend of luxury in bahamas in 2017 but got quite the opposite. one of the cofounders is serving a six year prison sentence in connection with the iv>> hear esa wearable sweet treat for customers. i think i can behind this. >> same here. a make up line includes two eye shadow palates, milk chocolate
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and white chocolate. plus chocolate inspired lip balms. the challenge with this is not eating off or chewing off the lipstick. >> right? you get hungry and it tastes like the real thing, why not? >> exactly. i am like reese's peanut butter cups. bring it. >> the color palate for the eye shadows are not bad. >> it's cute. i like it. >> we should check it out. we'll see you again at 6:30. >> all right. >> i like it too. employment numbers in california, best since the pandemic began. what's helping it bounce back across the state? that's next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. we are looking at temperatures on the rise as we head through the afternoon. we're really going to warm up for the weekend. this afternoon with the sunshine, cool along the coast by the water, 59 san francisco, 66 oakland, 73 san jose, 76 for concord. we will talk about that weekend
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forecast, coming up. it lobusy for the commute into altamont pass. we'll take a look at travel times coming up. thanks for joining us. we'll be right back.
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going live to the state capital, a package of reforms aimed at fixing california's badly broken unemployment
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system is moving ahead. bills that cleared a key committee yesterday would allow for direct deposit of benefits, add languages for written instructions, mandate better explanations about denied claims. the agency has been plagued by fraud and technical problems since the pandemic began. most recently 178,000 people who need to refile for continued benefits after a year out of work couldn't do it because the online button was broken. we have been following the troubles at the edd for sometime. to see all original reporting go to state lawmakers passed a bill requiring hotels and event centers to offer laid off workers their jobs back or face fines. it applies to employees who have their jobs at least six nths before the ndemic and lost them because of it. the governor hasn't said whether he will sign. california jobless claims are lowest since the start of the pandemic. they've been cut in half this
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week compared to last. experts say three factors are driving the trend, accelerated vaccinations, lifted lock downs and schools going back into session. >> i think people are feeling a little cabin fever and looking for other places and opportunities, so we are having to fill more spots than we have all year. >> wait until the march numbers come out. the state is ready to come back, come roaring back. >> california was responsible for more than a third of all u.s. job creation in february. a live look at oakland where an unveiling event happens today for the tallest mural. mayor libby schaaf will lead the event with chef tyler florence at 10:00 a.m. the giant mural highlights the problem of food insecurity. it's part of a joint initiative by un world food program and street art for mankind. today in san francisco. st. anthony's will serve
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its 46 millionth free meal. it served 2800 freshly repaired meals a day last year. they reached peak of 3800 meals in one day at the height of the pandemic. today's event is set to start at 11:00 this morning. mayor london breed is expected to join and commemorate the milestone. 5:46. let's get another check on the roads. it's getting busy in some spots especially for the commute into the altamont pass. if you are getting up early and ready to head out and typically take 580, will see brake lights now. west bound out of tracy as you connect to 580 is where we are seeing brake lights building and extends to north flynn at this point. the travel time is in the yellow, 33 minutes from 205 to 680. that's really our slowest spot. the rest of major freeways are looking good. east shore freeway, highway 4. 101 out of the south bay is
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doing okay, a few brake lights. i will show you that in a second. 680 both directions, traffic moving at the limit. you will be tapping brake lights as you approach the sunol grade. you see some red on censors, that is north 101 away from 280, 680 and speeds definitely starting to dip down around 30 miles per hour. it's getting crowded for the commute. but once you are passed 880 the rest of your drive headed through the peninsula, maybe sfo, traffic is moving with no troubles. 880 looks good both directions if you are headed towards the open airport. across the bay, so far so good no delays between 880 and 101. 13 minutes for that portion of the commute. there is a wind advisory so be careful if you are in a high
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profile vehicle. 880 through oakland, you see traffic is moving near colosseum without any troubles this friday morning. it's 5:47, time to check your forecast. it's going to be a beautiful weekend. it is. plenty sunshine, great weather if you have outdoor plans for saturday and sunday. it will be a little warm. we will heat up for sure for the weekend. a live look as we look north at san francisco, trans america pyramid, bay, 47 in concord, oakland 49, livermore 45, 43 santa rosa. looking at winds, calm to light conditions, eight mile per hour winds at sfo, seven in oakland and 15-mile per hour winds in fairfield. gianna will talking about the bridge with sustained winds about 20 miles per hour with gusts of 24 if you are traveling over the venetia bridge. we are looking at current
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visibility and morning clouds, even areas of fog down to about a mile and a half in santa rosa. as we look to what to expect, temperatures climb inland especially through the afternoon. you will really notice that warm up. still cool by the water this afternoon, we are going to heat up for all of us as we look to our weekend. cooler and down to seasonal for this time of year as we look to next week. high pressure builds for us. that's why our temperatures will be on the rise as we head through the next few days. warmer temps and especially as we look to saturday, a little bit warmer. sunday, the peak of our heat with the temperatures, warmest temps from our weekend and especially the warmest of the extended forecast. as we go hour by hour you see all that sunshine through our day with morning clouds, afternoon sunshine for your saturday on futurecast there. let's check our winds, still tracking on shore flow. it's just that time of year,
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that westerly pacific ocean breeze kicking in. sunrise is 6:32 and sun set at 7:46. daytime highs for south bay, low 70s from 72 in santa clara, 73 san jose, mid 70s morgan hill, los gatos at 74. as we look to the east bay from 76 in concord as well as for pleasant hill. check out fairfield, antioch, brentwood, 80 degrees this afternoon. we are looking at low to mid 70s for tri valley. around the bay 59 in san francisco, 58 daly city, mid 60s for alameda, oakland, san leandro. north bay, upper 60s to low to mid 70s, 73 in santa rosa and 73 for napa. the extended forecast, you see those temperatures climbing saturday and especially on sunday with highs ipo land into upper 80s to near 90 degrees inland. it's warm still monday but we will cool it down a bit as we look to the rest of next week.
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sunday night it is the 56th academy of country music awards live from nashville, tennessee. >> it will have performances from 30 of country music's biggest stars hosted by keith urban and mickey guyton, guyton making history this weekend as first black woman to host acms. >> me standing on the stage as a black female cohost will show so many people of color they can 100% be in country music. >> it is a historic night all around. this is the first time four black artists are nominated in a single year. also the first time every single of the year nomination artinomimo female arst mostle towith six nods. we spoke to host keith urban about how they're keeping safe but getting as many artists as they can involved. >> using multiple venues is a great way to have more live
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555. today after six months in space a bay area astronaut will hurdle back to earth. >> what a story to tell. the napa native spent a total 185 days on the international space station. while in space she got to do some cool things. this is video from her space walk in early march. this was her fourth space walk. she continued solar power system upgrades and helped finish wiring a european experiment platform. >> she even got to vote from space during the november election more than 200 miles above earth using secure electronic ballot. mission control forwarded it to the space station and relayed completed ballot to the county clerk. her descent will be aboard a russian spacecraft. >> the reentry and landing is
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expected to happen tonight around 8:30. hopefully she's welcomed by a lot of family and friends. >> yes. we are getting more details about that shooting that left eight people dead overnight in indianapolis at a fed ex facility. the very latest on the investigation from police, next. >> reporter: travel and tourism industry was on life support for much of the pandemic. there are signs it may be recovery. i am devin feeley at oakland international airport and i will have that story coming up. san mateo county school district bringing in ?ç?ç?ç
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at a fed ex facility. eight people are dead. what police are just telling us about the gunman. this is a big step forward and this is a big step forward to ending our problems. >> adults eligible for the covid shot in california but what about the kids? the time line just in from a bay area doctor. with vaccination rates soaring more people are taking to the sky. we are live at the oak land airport with the up tick in travel. good morning it's friday april 16. i am len kiese. >> i am michelle griego. keep enjoying that sunshine. we are staying warm all weekend long but you don't want to hear that from me. we want to hear from the expert mary lee talking about that sunshine. good morning. we are looking at temps on the rise as we look to today and especially for the weekend with plenty sun. temperatures this morning are in the 40s to about 50 degrees with morning clouds and also areas of fog. we will catch clearing as we go through our afternoon today. where you will ly


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