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breaking on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, residents trapped. water main break sending thousands of of gallons of water down this road in the east bay. thousands of californians waking up to a new reality. the eviction moratorium is no more. the help still there for renters. another bay area school district implements a vaccine mandate. webe isga as an announment
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all morninma eak flding recutti >> some folks uck home as s tofix the mess. justin andrews joins us live from the scene. you have been speaking to the people. i imagine this is a big headache for them. >> reporter: think about this. you wake up in the morning and realize your water is off. then you realize you are trapped inside your home. that's likely the case for dozens of people in alamo. that's because water crews say about 182 people are without water. that's why. this water main break on hemme avenue. look at the water gushing from the buckled road. i want you to turn to your screen and watch this video shot minutes ago. you are looking at hemme avenue. that is water gushing from the buckled road. crews admit they're having a
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hard time finding the eight inch pipe that burst because they say it is under water. they say the infrastructure is is old and pipe has likely been there since about the 1950s. we ran into a guy walking this morning, trying to get home. >> i think there are two breaks. when i was walking this way i noticed one on hemme and there was a big sink hole. then further down there is a bridge and water was under the bridge going this way. i don't know for sure but it seems to me there are two breaks. when i get home, i hope i have water. >> reporter: this isn't the only water main break crews have dealt with recently in alamo. they have been dealing with at least one more. i am told the aging pipes here, that's what water crews say is to blame. we know this could impact some
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traffic potentially. how can people get around this mess? >> you are right. it looks like it will take time for this to clear. let's show you a map of the area. this is alamo, hemme avenue closed from danville boulevard to barbie lane. i got word that north bound lanes on danville boulevard are open. but we are seeing the red so it is busy through the area. 680 is not far. it depends where your commute takes you. stone valley road can be an option as well but that's on the other side of the 680 freeway. these are smaller surface streets in and around the area, pretty close to a few neighborhood schools. we'll keep our eye on this all morning long. we are getting first reports of a crash. this is along 880. we are starting to see brake lights because of that. this is backing up to the 238, 880 connector, a couple cars involved and it looks like chp is headed to the scene. a live look outside.
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today we will see lots of sunshine and a bit of a warm up. mary lee joins us. good friday morning. it's going to be a lovely day. enjoy it. we will see plenty sunshine and temperatures on the rise. another day with above average daytime highs, similar to yesterday. we will turn hotter as we look to our weekend and then big changes for next week. i am tracking our next weather system that could bring a few showers by end of next week with cooler temperatures. 88 san jose, 92 concord and livermore, 78 in san francisco, 80 oakland, mid 80s for peninsula, upper 60s to low 70s along the coast. california coronavirus eviction moratorium is now over. this morning there are still protections for some tenants. oakland opted to keep running the program until next year. the state is still taking applications for rental relief
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for low income tenants. for those who applied, california law says landlords cannot get order of eviction through march of next year. some landlords say they've been hurting economically and need help too. >> hundreds of millions of dollars throughout the nation and it is virtually impossible for a landlord like me to get it. i am not the only one. there are hundreds of landlords that filled out all the paperwork and haven't got it. >> according to public policy institute of california analysis, more than a million in california are behind on their rent. head to kpix.com for the details on how to apply for rent relief programs. we have posted everything you need to know there. west contra costa unified approved a vaccine mandate. >> employees must be vaccinated no later than november 15. students have until december 15 to get their shots. for students younger than 12, they must receive their first shot no later than 30 days
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after their 12th birthday. students with exemptions will be required to submit to rapid testing once every two weeks. >> i feel like as a parent, that's my child. let me make the decision. allow me to make that decision. >> this is really about our students and staff and creating a healthy safe learning environment. >> students who decide not to be vaccinated have two options. either attend the independent study program or virtual school. governor newsom will visit a middle school today. he is expected to make a major announcement and highlight the work to protect students and employees. the latest vaccine monitor finds nearly half of parents of children ages 12 to 17 say their child has received at least one dose. a third of parents say they will vaccinate their 5 to 11- year-old child right away once pfizer's vaccine is authorized
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for their age. merck says the experimental covid-19 pill reduced hospital cases and deaths by half. this is people recently infected with the virus. the company says it plans to ask health officials to authorize the use. the drug would be the first pill shown to treat covid-19. today, a vaccine mandate for santa rosa city employees goes into effect. it will apply to permanent and temporary city employees plus city volunteers. those unvaccinated must submit to weekly testing. live to san francisco where new information from sfpd is significant fallonning the department might be preparing for the possibility it will need to operate without hundreds of employees who remain unvaccinated. an e-mail from sfpd chief bill scott revealed 313 employees remain unvaccinated. of them 267 officers and 46 unsworn staffers. the department has more than 2800 employees.
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fbi is investigating a death row smuggling ring at san quentin prison. an officer from pittsburg is accused of smuggling in cell phones. federal investigators say an inmate's girlfriend and one other person from tracy bought 25 cell phones and paid corrections officer $500 per phone to deliver them to the inmate. that inmate sold the devices to other inmates for $900 a piece. >> they're going to uncover probably more than corruption than this one individual. it's not just one bad apple that causes 25 cell phones to be transported into a maximum security facility with death row inmates. >> three defendants have been charged and are facing maximum of 20 years in prison and quarter million dollar fine. 6:08. ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area.
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>> thieves getting away with very expensive goods. steve kerr can be getting a promotion of sorts. the new job and why it won't change his deal with the warriors. will a new deal with reached? why democrats are struggling to find common ground. we are proud to launch our new 3:00 p.m. newscast with allen martin every weekday before the evening news at 3:30. tune in weekdays at 5:00 p.m. i was talking about how warm it will get. six to ten degrees ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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new, santa rosa police asking for help tracking down two jewelry store robbers. it happened wednesday afternoon at the downtown santa rosa plaza mall. officers say one suspect was carrying a hand gun and made a customer lie on the floor while the other broke jewelry cases
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and stole several items. police believe the suspects may have been driving this late '90s early 2000 lexus es with a fake license plate. if you have information, contact the police. the city approved a set of long delayed regulations for the industry meaning rentals can start later this year. council members say the move will open the door for wider range of transportation options in the city. a live look at chase center. the dubs head coach can soon be teaming up to team team usa. he is a favorite to succeed greg popovich has head coach of usa basketball senior men's team. >> a key requirement for the job is prior international experience which kerr has. he was assistant coach to popovich on the gold medal
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winning team in tokyo. 6:13. let's get a check of yofo and w >> so excited. we have beautiful weather ahead with plenty sunshine. here is a live look with our san francisco cam, mark hopkins hotel cam. you see clear skies, tracking a shallow marine layer, little bit fog along the coast. as we head through our day, we will warm things up. let's check our temperatures, in the mid 40s to the mid to upper 50s. grab that jacket as you head out the door. concord is 56 and also for san francisco, 59 oakland, 55 livermore, san jose 58, a chilly 46 in santa rosa. let's talk about micro climates because all of us are going to warm up. we will see sunshine even along the coast. it will be a mild day, upper 60s to low 70s. it is heating up inland to low
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mid 90s this afternoon. on futurecast you see that sunshine as we go through today. today is october 1 and the start of a new water year. fingers crossed we are hoping for a better water year with our rain. last year was not that great. we only saw 37 to 40% of average of what we should be seeing a picked up 5 to 13 inches of rain. we are under extreme to exceptional drought for the bay area. next week, kind of excited about this. we'll hope this pans out. a low pressure system by end of next week will bring cooler temperatures and chance to see a few showers. at this point, looking at next thursday for the possibility. sunrise at 7:05 and set at . daytime ghs r to mid 80s this a
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88 santa clara, san jose, 93 morgan hill. inland east bay, 92 concord, pleasant hill, 94 brentwood, upper 80s to low 90s for the tri valley. 78 in san francisco, 78 alameda. east bay shoreline, low 80s oakland, san leandro. north bay, upper 80s to low 90s. it will be a hot day in ukiah as well and st. helena. 49ers taking on the seahawks at 1:05. of course we are hoping for a big win with our 49ers. the seven-day forecast, we will warm things as we look to our weekend. san francisco, oakland, san jose. there we go with the cool down next week especially by next wednesday and hoping for a few showers for next thursday. inland east bay and north bay, hotter into the 90s for our weekend and for the start of next week and temperatures in the low 70s through the weekend
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for the coast. let's check with gianna for the latest on our friday morning commute. hot spots this morning. if you are ready to take 880 south bound, we've got a crash causing a bit of a back up. you can see the red on our mapping system, down to about 19 miles per hour. all the activity is in the center divide on the left side of the road way but still slow as you head through. give yourself a few extra minutes as you commute out of hayward. we are seeing a bit of a back up castro y heading towards 880. typically monday through thursday we'll see metering lights on at this time or earlier. they were just turned on a couple minutes ago. things might get a little bit busier. san mateo bridge busy on the west bound side. still moving at an okay pace
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from 880, tail lights heading west towards 101 on to the peninsula side, 13 minutes between 880 and 101. nd 5 minutes from 205 towards 680. if you are headed to the game sunday it will be a beautiful day in santa clara, niners taking on seahawks. extra busy conditions expected near levis on tazman. it may be busy because of all the folks cheering on the niners. 6:18. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, looking for fall fun? yes. how you can spend the first weekend of october getting into the spooky spirit. a high tech
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we are learning supreme court justice brett kavanaugh tested positive for covid-19. he is fully vaccinated and right now he is not experiencing symptoms. he had a routine covid test ahead of a ceremony for justice amy coney barrett. we'll bring updates as we get them. fall favorites to tom hardy's new flick. we've got great ideas on how you can spend your weekend in liam's list. >> we are join behind kcbs' liam, good morning. >> good morning to the fri-yay crew.
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first, it's back. venom 2. >> who do we leave behind and how do we leave them? >> we have been waiting, venom 2, let there be carnage, plays in a city by the bay. resumes lead role as venom. the san francisco reporter is basically where we left him last movie. his career is rebounded, his relationship with one time fiance anne is still dead. he's got a killer inside him. a voice only he can hear, the poor guy is so tormented. you will not be disappointed. if you loved the first one, you will love this one equally. venom 2, now in bay area theaters. i could never be a kardashian because i have talent. >> bianca unsanitized in san francisco and santa rosa.
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get your vaccinations and cocktails because everyone's favorite clown in a gown, those are her words, she's returning with her new comedy tour unsanitized. she's va x'd and waxed she says and has more attitude than ever. the pandemic may be ending but she's just getting started. if you survived covid-19, you will be able to survive the show. get your tickets. the first show is tonight. family fun, a pumpkin party. 10:00 until 7:00. admission is free. this beloved farm on the coast is the spot to be for the family this pump kin season. it is under new ownership but expect to see farmer john on hand and i will see you at half moon bay soon, home to the biggest most wonderful
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pumpkins, more at farmer johnspumpkins.com. whatever you are doing, get out and enjoy. please support your local restaurants. they really need you now. the full list is at kpix.com. are you going to see venom 2? >> maybe. i saw the first one and i loved it. >> i still have to see the first one. >> it's good. that preview kind of hooked me. >> time to catch up. go giants and go 49ers. >> thank you so much. happy friday to you. thanks for joining us. 6:25. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> a mess in the east bay, massive water main break flooding a contra costa county intersection. what we just learned live from the scene. go with science, people. >> bay area lawmaker pushing to make vaccines mandatory before you hit the skies. the proposal on the table. ahead, what college stud
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if you are just waking up with ushere are your morning headlines. contra costa county, a massive water main break flooding streets right now. governor newsom will visit a san francisco middle school. he is expected to make a major announcement and highlight
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state's work to protect students and school employees stouffer west contra costa unified approved a vaccine mandate. employees must be vaccinated by november 15. brett kavanaugh has tested positive for coronavirus. he is fully vaccinated and tested positive. the justice's immediate family tested negative and he has no symptoms. good morning. it's 6:30, friday october 1. i am gianna franco. >> i am len kiese. good morning. get ready for a weekend warm up. let's go to mary lee. a question for you, did you love yesterday? >> loved it so much. >> well a weather gift to you and to everyone who loved our weather yesterday, we've got it again today. we are looking at sunshine and warm temperatures in san francisco. let's walk you through your day. 78 degrees with sunshine for a daytime high for oakland, warming up to about 80 with plenty sun as we head through
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your friday. south bay, good morning to you in san jose, heating up to 88 degrees with that sun. we are going to warm up more as we look to our weekend. i will talk more about that coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. breaking news, crews are scrambling to repair a water main break that's flooded streets in alamo. this mess cutting off service for dozens of residents. justin andrews joins us live with a closer look at what residents are dealing with. >> reporter: we have been on the scene for about an hour and a half and live now. look at the water. it is still gushing right hear on hemme avenue. you see the pavement is also buckled here. crews tell us this can be going on for a while. it can be another two to three hours before water is back on for more than 100 customers without water at this point in alamo. crews say about a quarter to 1:00 this morning they were notified of what you see on
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your screen. all this water pouring onto roads which looks more like a river at this point. this is hemme and danville. crews say an 8-inch pipe shattered sending hundreds of gallons of water over taking the intersection. crews admit they're having a hard time finding the valve to stop the water from flowing because it is under water. crews say infrastructure is old and the pipe has likely been here since the 1950s. we talked to crews about an hour ago. >> water is still flowing. the cause of the break is not known. the main is an eight inch cement pipe installed in 1950. so it is over 70 years old. much of our system is quite old and in need of repair. >> reporter: think about it. some of the residents will be walking out of their homes looking at all this water maybe on the roads and streets. hopefully they're not parked on
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the streets because it could potentially impact their cars. there is a lot of repairs and clean up that crews have to do. we'll be here and see as they continue with clean up efforts. justin andrews, kpix5. >> what a mess. there are schools nearby. it's going to take some time. thank you. let's talk about the traffic impact in the area because of that closure. again this is hemme near danville boulevard. it looks like there are closures in and around danville boulevard. stone valley road is an alternate. look at our mapping system. that is starting to get backed up since people may be utilizing that. this is close to 680, surface streets around the area are likely impacted. give yourself extra time as you are traveling through. stone valley road could be an alternate. it depends where your morning commute takes you. i want to let you know about a trouble spot along 880 causing
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significant delays along nimitz freeway. it's on the ride hand side of the road and traffic is backed up through hayward. live to sfo, this morning there is a new push to make vaccines mandatory before you fly. the proposal from senator dianne feinstein came to be over concerns of a covid-19 surge ahead of the upcoming holiday season. to fly domestic travelers would have to present a covid vaccine record or negative pcr test or proof of recovered covid infection. it is legal because it offers options for unvaccinated. >> people can provide a negative test instead. people with religious objections to vaccination can instead get the negative pcr test. so there is already an exemption built in. >> we asked travelers what they think about the proposed law. >> i don't want to drink on the plane. i don't want to eat on the plane. i am not taking my mask off. i would feel more comfortable
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knowing someone else is vaccinated. >> let's just go with science, people. there is another proposal that would mandate vaccine or a negative test for amtrak passengers as well. new, australia's prime minister announced plans to reopen the borders to fully vaccinated citizens and permanent residents. the move comes more than 18 months after australia closed borders to the world. it is expected to take effect in november. this morning, cdc is projecting new covid-19 deaths are likely to drop in the next four weeks. it projects total of 724,000 to 753,000 coronavirus deaths reported by october 23. total covid-19 deaths in u.s. stand at just over 693,000. also for the third week, cdc says new coronavirus hospital cases have gone down. we learned pharmaceutical company merck says the experimental covid-19 pill reduced hospital cases and deaths by half.
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this is people recently infected. the company says it plans to ask health officials to authorize its use. update in the mysterious death of a northern california family on a hiking trail. deputies have ruled out multiple causes of death. that includes gun or any other weapon, lightning strike, carbon monoxide, cyanide exposure. also illegal drugs, alcohol, suicide. the bodies of the parents, one- year-old daughter, and their dog were found in the sierra forest when it was over 100 degrees. investigators have not ruled out another theory, toxic algae. in the east bay pge will be working to improve natural gas system by replacing a 40-foot portion of the gas transmission line. it's in dublin near the 580 hacienda road junction. if you smell gas, don't be alarmed. it will be venting natural gas from sections of the pipe and the smell and sound will be
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noticeable for a few hours between 8:00 and 5:00. but it is not harmful to breathe. a live look at capitol hill, federal government is open after congress passed a funding measure yesterday. democrats are still struggling to reach common ground on president biden's domestic agenda. negotiations are grinding ahead on president biden's legislative priorities. a $1 trillion infrastructure bill and $3.5 trillion package that encompasses everything from climate to childcare. a planned vote on the infrastructure bill was postponed last night after progressive democrats refused to vote for it. >> there is no point in us negotiating against ourselves. >> the progressives want a concrete bill on the package first. nancy pelosi says she expects to try again today. san francisco unified will be out nearly $200,000. chronical reports this is after district officials declined reimbursement of legal costs in a court case it won and being
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forced to cover opposing attorney fees in a lawsuit it lost. this week brought an end to two controversial lawsuits. the one by allison collins against the district and the other attacking plans to rename school sites. 6:38. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. it's not just the bay area dealing with a spike in real estate market. the spike in rent nationwide. a storm like you have never seen before. good morning. ahead, new drama on capitol hill as house delays a vote on president biden's infrastructure bill. we have john dickerson here to talk about the threat to the president's agenda. a cyber security breach every 40 seconds and ran some
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wear attacks are soaring. we will talk about the new chief cyber officer about what she's doing to stop it. tom brady verses bill belichick. we'll show you how fans are reacting to the legendary quarterback's
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6:42. going live to the white house that went a different color shade overnight. it went pink in honor of national breast cancer awareness month. president biden released a statement saying we stand with courageous women and men who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and honor those who have lost their battle to this terrible disease. to money watch, why last month is called the worst on wall street. diane king hall is joining us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning. i will qualify that and say the
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worst this year. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes. bullish investors trying to get back out. dow is on the plus side by a little over 160. keep in mind september was wall street's worst month since march 2020, worse this year as well, when pandemic pandemic took hold march 2020 was last time it was this bad. s&p 500, broadest measure tumbled 4.8% last month. tech heavy nasdaq dropped 5.3% and to the tech sector, nasdaq turning lower had started positive. right now it is down about 15 points, just shy. starting today current and perspective college students can apply for aid using the free application for federal student aid. that gives access to loans and also grants and scholarships in the 2022 to 2023 school year. the earlier the better because
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funds are distributed on first come first serve basis. >> brings back so many memories from so many years ago. >> i remember that, the hustle to get it done. >> thank you so much. new, as we look live across the bay area, rent prices are soaring across the country moving far from the so called pandemic pricing some areas saw for much of 2020. according to rental listing site apartment list, national median rent rose to just over $1,300 in september. that's a 15% jump from a year ago. now prices are going up faster than before the pandemic. since january the national median rent increased by 16.4%. also new, sausalito has allocated up to $185,000 for increased security and services for the homeless campers at marin ship park. the manager says the 40 space camp is nearly full capacity
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and the city has spent more than 500,000 on addressing homelessness. city council unanimously supported the new funding at its meeting this week. a uc regions committee approved a $312 million plan for a new 12 story housing project at people's park. it's about a quarter mile south of the cal campus. the university says the development would create housing for students and extremely low income residents while preserving just under two acres of public park space. destructive caldor fire having an impact on this year's grapes. the owner says he lost about six rows this year due to outages, smoke, watering restrictions. other nearby wineries have seen grape yields down 30 to 50%. >> maybe has something to do with the quality of sunlight coming through, some tainted by smoke or whatever where we went from not ripe to oh my god
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they're drying out. >> another problem, a shortage of workers to pick grapes. combo of pandemic and wildfires is to blame. new video that may have you thinking twice about getting near the ocean during a hurricane. >> footage obtained is the first of its kind. take a look. scientists were able to capture this video by driving a robotic surf board into the core of hurricane sam, a cat 4 storm barreling towards caribbean. check out the erie dark skies and enormous waves swinging the camera around. noaa says the surf board is battling 50-foot waves and 120- mile per hour winds. absolutely incredible. mary i know this peaks your interest, using technology to help forecast the weather. >> it is amazing. i spoke to the scientists and meteorologist who leads the drone project and it is just incredible. they can get so much information and data from the
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drones that they can't really get any other way. they're using technology to forecast the storms better. it's so great to see. we need all the data information that we can get. let's talk about our weather. we are looking at sunshine and warm temperatures, a beautiful start to our day looking at san francisco with the golden colors in the sky. once again we are going it see plenty sunshine this afternoon. temperatures are in the mid 40s to the mid to upper 50s. grab that jacket as you head out. here is what you can expect as we head for your friday, sunshine, warm temperatures about five to ten degrees above average for this time of year. we will heat up even more, it will turn hotter this weekend and then big changes ahead for next week especially by the end of next week, cooler temperatures. there is a chance to see a few showers. i am tracking our next weather system. let's take you through the day with our micro climates. along the coast a mild day again for you with that
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sunshine in the low 70s, upper 60s to low 70s. heating up inland, upper 80s to low 90s with hottest spots inland into the mid 90s this afternoon. heat dome, ridge of high pressure stays in place. that's why we are going to see temperatures soaring today and through the weekend. we'll see plenty sunshine as we go through today and there we go with the low pressure system, the storm system that we are tracking for late next week. we are looking at next thursday that could bring a few showers to the bay area. fingers crossed on that. we'll be watching that closely and have a better idea as we get closer. this afternoon, mid 80s for peninsula, upper 80s for south bay in santa clara, san jose, 90 los gatos, 92 concord, pleasant hill, upper 80s to low 90s for the tri valley. 78 in san francisco, 72 daly city, low 80s oakland and san
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leandro. north bay upper 80s to low 90s later today. 90 in santa rosa. hot temperatures in the low 90s in ukiah. the seven-day forecast, you see temperatures on the rise as we look to saturday and for shunde. there we go with the cool down tuesday, wednesday, especially by thursday. again we are hoping we will see some showers and squeeze out a few showers as we look to next thursday. inland east bay and for the north bay, heating up. see it is hotter for our weekend and there we go with the cool down into the 70s, mid week next week and a mild weekend along the coast. it is stem star friday and this morning i am so happy and excited to feature robo avatars. they won maryland tech invitational. congrats to them. i love this photo. this is the moment they found
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out they won the competition. how cute are they? >> they are adorable. congratulations to them. it's so cool that you are doing this. >> i love featuring them. congrats. they are so cool. every friday we will be featuring really cool students and stem programs. >> very cool. so many smart kids in the bay area. parents definitely send your kids and pay attention. there are a couple hot spots south bound 880. this crash is to the right hand side of the road way. in hayward traffic is busy thar north bound 880 near marina boulevard, reports of a trouble spot, a stalled vehicle causing brake lights also in the area. metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza, back up to about mid lot, not quite to the over pass or the foot of the maze. what's the problem is a trouble spot as you head into san
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francisco off upper deck of the bay bridge so making it busier than usual for a friday. keep that in mind. golden gate bridge, it was foggy earlier this morning. that's cleared up nicely. you can sigh traffic is moving nicely with in no delays or brake lights south 101 into san francisco. things are pretty quiet for may republicans commute, 20 minutes from 37 into the city. heads up 49er fans, if you are headed to the game on sunday to cheer on the niners as they take on the seahawks kick off is at 1:05. gates open at 9:35. expect busy conditions in this publtranis alys a u want to av of the freeways. next on kpix5 and cbsn bay area. >> crews racing in contra costa
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to clean a huge mess. we are live at the scene of a massive water main break affecting hundreds of homes. how would you like to win big in the bay area. the more than $600 million jackpot that could be yours. streaming on cbsn bay area, amazon's newest products include a wall mounted echo and home robot. that's at 8:15. at 8:45, another look at weather extra segment with meteorologist darren peck. how last month's
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i am justin andrews live at hemme and danville in alamo. take a look at what we are seeing as the sun is up. we are able to get a look at the damage and how massive this break is if alamo. we have been talking about this since we hit the air at 4:30.
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at any minute i am told crews will be turning off one of the valves and that should stop the water that's been pouring out since before 1:00 this morning. that's now six hours. crews say 180 or so customers are without water and hoping to have it restored in a few hours. an eight inch pipe shattered overnight and that's why we see this, hundreds of gallons of water over taking this intersection. water crews say infrastructure is old, has been there since the 1950s and the pipe was likely just flat out old. if we come back out live, there is a lot of repairs and clean up that will need to be done throughout the morning. the scene behind me will likely be here for several hours. 6:56. time for a look at other top stories. >> big announcement from governor newsom expected in a few hours. elvis it a san francisco middle school at 10:00 this morning. the governor is expected to
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highlight the work to protect students and employees. west contra costa unified approved a mandate. employees must be vaccinated by november 15. students have until december 15 to get their shots. brett kavanaugh has tested positive for coronavirus. according to the high court, kavanaugh is fully vaccinated and tested positive last night. he has no symptoms. his immediate family tested negative. coronavirus eviction moratorium is over. there are protections for some tenants. the state is taking applications for rent relief for low income tenants. federal government is open after congress passed continuing resolution yesterday to keep it funded through december 3. democrats are struggling to reach common ground on president biden's domestic agenda. santa rosa police asking for help tracking down two suspects who robbed at jewelry store. they may have been driving es0.
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if you have information contact srpd. isn't this a lovely view as we look east ts morning. we are going to see plenty sunshine through our day. very similar to yesterday, daytime highs five to ten degrees above average for this time of year, so another warm one across the region. for the weekend, we will heat up more. a hotter weekend and then big changes next week with cooler temperatures and chance to see a few showers. meantime, upper 80s in san jose, low 90s concord, 90 in santa rosa. around the bay upper 70s to low 80s, mid 80s for the peninsula. what happened to friday light out there? i was hoping things would be more smooth but not the day, especially at the bay bridge. metering radio its were turned on later than usual because we had a stalled vehicle as you come off into san francisco
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