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live from the cbs pay area studios. this is kpix5 news. right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsm bay area. glass shattered and armed suspects on the run. thieves cleaned out this jewelry store. san jose leaders have some important decisions to make today that could shape the future of coyote valley. that's coming up. >> and it's hard for us to predict who will develop it. >> eye opening research about kids and long covid. what a doctor wants parents to know as we approach the holidays. and the future of the oakland coliseum complex could be decided in just a few hours. with relieve with what happens next.
>> good morning. it's tuesday, november 16th. >> off to another foggy start this morning before that sunshine takes over. >> let's get a check of weather and traffic now. we will start with mary lee. >> good morning. happy tuesday. dealing with that dense fog again with the dense fog advisory in effect for the north bay as well as for the east bay. we are talking santa rosa, napa, concord, livermore, all under dense fog advisories this morning down to the visibility less than a quarter mile. be safe if you are about to hit the roadways. i want to show you a live look. you can see the fog on the bay bridge this morning. temperatures running in the low to mid50's as we start off the day. through the afternoon we will catch that clearing and some sunshine as we go through the day today. temperatures a little warmer compared to yesterday. low 60's along the coast. mid-60s he around the bay. 67 in oakland. the peninsula, mid to upper 60's and highs inlands. 69 close to 70 in the south bay
and san jose. 70 in concord, antioch. livermore at 68 and 67. talk about that seven day forecast and when we could see the next chance of showers coming up. let's check in with gianna. it's backed up at the bay bridge. >> metering lights are on. we have that traffic building bumper to bumper out of the east bay into san francisco. travel time at 15 minutes in to the maze. you will have brake lights across the upper deck of the bay bridge. no troubles though on the lower deck. everything moving in you are going from san francisco over to oakland. there's a crash just into the traffic center. south 680. you have at least one lane blocked. the right hand side of the roadway. traffic backing up to pleasant hill. if you want to use the valley road instead that's a good option to avoid the brake lights. you can stay on highway 4 to 280 going toward the bay bridge and down to -- 2 2á 2 minutes southbound 68o from the bridge
to 24 connector and highway 4 also getting busy. there's a fog advisory on the bridge. >> the live news desk. we have braking booster news. taking a live look at the white house where the biden administration is expected to announce the call for expanding the number of people who are eligible for boosters to all difficults. that has already happened in here in california. anyone over the age of 18 can get some as well as a few other places like colorado and also braking news. arkansas announced it's allowing any adult to get a booster. we are expecting by the end of the week the biden administration to announce that to be nationwide and part is just to get more people to get boosters. right now only a third of adults, 65 and older have gotten one of those booter shots and as time goes on you have the immunity from people
vaccinated from earlier in the year. this add happen as soon as this week. we will watch it. back to you. >> contra costa, police surrounded the sun valley mall after nine suspects in masks armed with hammers robbed ice bug diamonds. they smashed every display case and emptied the place out it. happened around 7:00 last night. police got calls about a shooting. that was just the sound of the glass breaking and the suspects still on the loose. we could find out the fate for a human piece of property in san jose. >> and the plan is to build a massive amazon style warehouse in coyote valley. that decision will be in the ans of san jose city council. we are live with the latest on this land battle. >> this property behind me is surrounded by hundred of acres of homeland and it's really creating a battle between conservation and commercial developers.
the owner of the property wants to sell it toko commercial developers who plan to build a massive amazon style warehouse on the site. the open space authority general manager said coyote valley provides benefits for wildlife and for the climate. conservation hopes city council will send a message on its intense to preserve the land. they could vote to change the zoning so an agricultural area that would block the development of a warehouse. take a listen to what the san jose mayor had to say. >> we want to preserve coyote valley for future generations. preserving it doesn't meant you allow the amazon warehouse in the middle of it and just preserve everything else. >> attorneys for the property owner said the city is planning to force them to sell. there rewilling to sell it but not for zero. this isn't the first time that tech giants have had their eyes on coyote valley. they have considered building head quarters in the past. many will have their eyes on the city council meet that is
set to start at 1:30 this afternoon. live here in san jose. >> it'll be interesting to see what happens there. a school in sonoma turned in to a vaccination clinic as the effort continues to vaccinate those between five and 11. this is one of five vaccine clinics in sonoma during a seven day span. sonoma county has 73% of its population five and older fully vaccinated but according to a new poll by the kaiser family foundation a third of parents are waiting for real world data before vaccinating their kids. >> well recognized in adults but i think we are just starting to recognize it in children now. we know that it can happen even after those without symptoms and it's hard for us who will develop it. >> a study looked at covid and it's impacts on children. one in seven sufficient fresh long haul coronavirus with one symptom lasting more than 120
days. hundreds rallied at the state capitol. many with their children and -- students and teachers armed with home made signs protested the vaccine mandate for students. >> here in california the state reported more than 84 million cases. that's a .2% increase. the 134 new deaths have been reported. i spoke to the state health secretary about just how bad california's winter surge could get. >> i can tell you that we have tools to make sure that it doesn't get that bad. thanksgiving is a lot of multigenerational gatherings, grandparents coming grandchildren, and everybody in between. it creates a real risk for transmission. through some common sense measures we think we can keep transmission lower. >> despite the upward trend in cases deaths trending down. happening today oakland
city councilmembers could make a big decision. >> city leaders may choose which developer has a shot at redoing the coliseum site. justin andrew is live this morning ahead of a possible vote today. justin. >> i took a quick look at the agenda this morning. it's about 31 pages. the meeting this afternoon could be a heavy one. city leaders have a lot to talk about. not just this issue with you other issues. one of the bingest would be the two developers working for this which is set to be selected today. possibly. that's if the council makes that decision. this would mean the city would clear negotiations with one of those developing groups. the winner would have up to about 18 months to reach a deal to buy half of the city's site. we know the a's own the other half. since july the city has been in talk was the two groups. the african american sports and
entertainment group. the other the stewart property group. we know the director of the economic and work force development wants the council to follow it's original plan and wait until january to make a decision. either way we know that meeting gets started at 1:30 this afternoon. we will watch it for you and give you the latest online and on air. we are live in oakland. >> thank you. coming up, bay area baseball fans getting their fix. the spring training tickets just going on sale. and high gas prices aren't scaring off drivers ahead of the holiday season where you can expect some of the busiest traffic in the bay area next in travel tuesday. and if you are about to hit the roadwaysdealing with dense fog. the east bay inside valleys this morning. as we head through the day catching clearing and afternoon sun.
we have major breaking political news here in the bay area. representative jackie spear a long time congresswoman has just announced on twitter she is not going to run for re- election in 2022. here is part of that announcement. >> it's time for me to come home. time to be more than a weekend wife, mother and friend. its been an extraordinary privilege and honor to represent the people of san mateo countsy and san francisco at almost every level of government. for nearly four decades. >> she still has another year in congress representing the peninsula and san francisco. she said she would then be active in the community in san mateo county. once her term is over.
she also sent a message urging everybody to help protect our democracy. we will have a live interview with her later on in the broadcast. happening tomorrow more than 6,000 university of california professors could walk off the job at campuses. they are protesting that faith bargaining on -- like paid family leave, and layoffs at uc davis. it'll leave thousands with empty classrooms. a live look at san jose where finding airport parking about to get easier. san jose is introduces a new system for travelers. upgrades include touchless entry, license plate recognition, and discounts when you book your parking online. >> gas prices pretty expensive right now. everybody just has to bear down and pay it. not everybody as a super fuel
efficient vehicle. if are you only getting 20, 25 miles a gallon and traveling 60 plus miles that's tough. >> and looking live now at some of our biggest bridges in the bay area. gas prices not squaring people off the roadways this holiday season. >> cording to aaa holiday travel could get close to prepandemic levels. what freeway also be the most impacted? >> our traffic specialist has the answers in this week's travel tuesday. lot of us hitting the roads. >> my advice if you are hitting the roadways is you can avoid traveling on wednesday, that is probably your best bet. that is the day before thanksgiving. you will probably spend less time sitting in traffic, especially when that evening commute merges with holiday travelers and the busiest freeway, eastbound i-80 between the maze and san pablo. >> that's going to be real crowded wednesday. we are looking at traffic to
increase in that area about 278% over the normal. if you can avoid being on that highway at that time. that is probably the best thing you could do. >> cars on the roadway during that time. other route that will likely be busy on wednesday, southbound 101 heading toward gilroy, toward i-5. northbound 101 toward marin. eastbound 580. that pass, tracy, area to i-5 and the golden gate bridge, will likely see heavier than usual traffic. definitely plan ahead and if you can avoid traveling on wednesday or sunday on the way home you will probably save some extra time. let's save you time on the roadways. there is a couple of things. we have troubles on 680 as well as brake lights building for that ride into the pass. there's a crash south 680 as we work near i-24 and that's a bit of a back up. the crash is around main street. it was blocking the right lane. several cars involved -- over
to the right shoulder. that red in the middle of the screen. that's backed newspaper to concord at this point. if you want to use the road you can use that as the alternate or stay on highway 4 all the way to 80. if you are going toward the bay bridge or into san francisco this morning. i will say this. highway 4 is busy. 23 minute is your travel time. south 680 from the bridge down to 24. 242 seeing brake lights as well. highway 4, 36 minutes antioch toward 80. are you seeing the bulk of the brake lights. the pass commute dealing the usual stuff. also foggy spots as well. busy coming out of tracy. busy onto 580. 52 minutes # 05 toward 680. foggy conditions, there's a fog advisory in effect for the bridge. we have a lot of brake lights at the bay bridge lights. the metering lights are on and
busy into san francisco. back to you. i have to say, i love the advice for holiday travel. i'm going to san francisco for a gathering for thanksgiving. let's talk about the weather. if are you about to hit the roadways. dealing dense fog again as we start off the day. especially for the north bay inside valleys under a dense fog advisory. due to the visibility down to less than a quarter mile. we are talking santa rosa, nevado, concord, antioch all under that dense fog advisory this morning. checking the current visibility down to a half mile. four miles in concord and for livermore and four miles for napa. you can see the foggy conditions with the mark hopkins hotel camera and the temperatures running in the low to mid50's as we start off the day. sunrise at 6:51. with the clouds and the dense foggy conditions. you likely went see the sunrise as we look to the sunset at
4:57 and you have a better chance of see that sunset. that's because we are going to catch the clearing. morning clouds, dense fog as we start off the day. as we head through the afternoon. partly sunny skies. catching sun as we head through the afternoon. it does turn chilly as we look ahead to this evening. satellite and radar view, that low pressure system bringing all of that rain to the pacific northwest. they are dealing flooding issues, just really days of this for them. for us with that ridge of high pressure keeping us quiet and dry. we are looking at that afternoon clearing warmer temperatures as we head through the day. you can see that sunshine through the afternoon. checking daytime highs, low 60's along the coast. mid-60s's in san mateo. close do 70 for the south bay. inland east bay 70, concord, pleasant hill around the bay from 65 in san francisco, 67 oakland and upper 60's for the north bay this afternoon. as we look to the end of our workweek that's the next chance
of showers on friday. in the meantime 70 forecast, very similar for tomorrow. more clouds on thursday and then rain returns on friday. dryer weather for the weekend. inland east bay and for the north bay we will see the cooldown through the workweek and showers on friday and the north bay and coast. you will see that rain first as we look ahead to friday. >> happening today you can up single game tickets for the 8th ticket. it starts league on saturday, february 26th this he will face the white sox. the club will host 15 games in mesa arizona including a faceoff with the giants in march. >> russia sets off a rush in -- everything from credit card transactions to the navigation on your phone could be threatened.
all right. good tuesday morning to youw. restarting off the day with foggy conditions as we head through the afternoon. i want to talk about the lunchtime forecast. thinking about lunch already. we are looking at 58 in san francisco. at noon with mostly cloudy skies as we look to oakland. 60 degrees with mostly cloudy skies for the lunchtime forecast. as we look to the south b san jose 6 it with partly sunny skies. as we look to fremont 62, partly sunny and for the north bay of course are you dealing foggy conditions and likely still seeing those cloudy sky was the fog at 58 degrees at
noon. we will have more on what you can expect coming up, back to you. a russian missile blowing up one much it's own satellite is triggering a twist response from the united states. >> the explosion created a debris field that's dangerous in many ways, it could endanger the lives of at naughts and there's also a bigger threat. experts we spoke to said that our satellite systems including gps could potentially be threatened by acts like this. >> the country can hit -- and low lower orbit what's tapping a country going further and hitting a gps satellite. >> the economy cannot operate without its gps technology. a system of 31 satellite that makes the use of phones, credit cards and turn by turn navigation and cars possible. it's a system that doesn't have a back up. nasa released this statement saying all nations have a responsibility to prevent the purposeful creation of space debris from a sat and
to foster a safe space environment. its being called the last great open space in san jose. the critical vote today on whether to keep it that way. and sparks supply at the elizabeth holmes fraud prime. the testimony our legal expert called a smoking gun for the defense. >> and the supply crisis hits monday night football at levi stadium. how they are hoping for a hial mary. lieutenants take a like look outside before we head to break. this is the mark hopkins camera
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if are you just waking um with us here are your morning headlines. braking news. jackie spear said is he is not runninger for re-election. she has served california's 14th district of san mateo county and the peninsula since 2013. we will speak live with her about her decision? just about ten minutes. if are you just waking up here is your morning headlines. a big decision could come on the future of the cole selfcomplex. two groups working for the chance to redevelop the 100- acre site. the city council could enter negotiation was one of those groups. the search is on for the armed suspects who robbed this jewelry store it. happened last night. at least nine people were
involved. police got calls about a shooting that was -- the sound of all of that glass braking. the san jose city council will vote on what to do with the prized piece of property. the owners of the property want to sell it and build a massive amazon style warehouse. what the city council may vote to change it to an agricultural area. good morning to you. it's tuesday, november 16th. >> good morning to you. take it easy out there. you will drive there a lot of fog this morning. let's check the roads and a forecast this morning. yeah, hard to see in someplaces. >> dealing that dense fog. especially if you have that morning commute and the north bay and the east bay. we are dealing thick fog this morning. with the dense fog advisory in effect for the north bay inside valleys and for the east bay. that includes -- santa rosa, napa, livermore, all under those dense fog advisories this
morning. due to the visibility down to a quarter mile or less. as we go through the day we are going to catch that clearing eventually. you can see that gray start to the day with our treasure island camera looking to san francisco. temperatures in the low to mid50's through the day. here we go on future cast and you can see that clearing. some sun as we head through our afternoon and daytime highs a little warmer compared to yesterday and above average. low 60's along the coast. mid-60s's -- 67 in oakland and for the inland locations, south bay, 69 close to 70. let's check in with gianna for that morning commute. we have foggy conditions and also problems at least in walnut creek. >> 680 is busy. we have the foggy freeways. lots to get to. if are you just getting ready to head out the door give yourself extra time. especially along 680. we have been following one along main street or southbound 680. that's out there on the right
hand side. a new crash reporting south 680. that's blocking the left lane making busy for that ride out of concord. off 242 into walnut creek. give yourself a few extra minutes down to 4. you can stay on highway 4 to highway 80 as the alternate. depends on where the morning ride takes you. the live news desk and right now the search is on for the suspects in a diamond heist in the east bay. they are on the loose this morning. check out some new video we have in of the incident in progress. it was a smash and grab robbery from the sun valley mall in concord at ice bug diamonds, nine robbers in masks, armed with hamerns, stormed in there and you can see what they left behind. they smashed every display case and emptied the place out. no word yet on the value of what they took but safe to say a lot of expensive jewels.
it all happened at around 7:00. police got calls about a shooting that was apparently just the sound of glass breaking. the suspects are on the loose and police are looking for more surveillance video trying to find clues. back to you. >> live look from coyote valley. today the city council will vote on what to do with this piece of property. >> we are live now in san jose with more on what is at stake. >> san jose leaders today will have decisions to make that could shape the future of coyote valley. it's around this property behind me and it's really creating a battle between conservation and developers. now this land -- this property is surrounded by hundreds of acres of open land and take a look this is what they are trying to preserve, land that's protected against commercial development. the open space authority general manager said that
coyote valley provides benefits for the public for wildlife and for the climate. the owner of the property wants to sell it toko commercial developers who plan to build a massive amazon style warehouse. city council could vote to change it to an agricultural area. >> take a listen to what a neighbor hide. >> i think it's sad that cities and businesses are getting bigger bigger bigger. we aren't preserving more of the land for the wildlife. >> attorneys for the property owners say the city is trying to force the owners to sell. the attorney adds they are willing to sell it but not for zero. this is set to take place at 10:00 p.m. this afternoon. we will be sure to keep an eye on it and update you on air and on kpix.com. live from san jose. kpix5. >> it's a beautiful piece of property there. happening today jury
deliberations will start in the kyle rittenhouse trial. the 18-year-old is facing life for killing two men last year during protests against a police shooting. during closing arguments, attorneys for rittenhouse say he acted in self defense when he shot three men killing two of them. prosecutors say that he viol inginga riflto the protests. >> this is a divided case. i think there will be people unhappy no matter which way this verdict comes out. >> rittenhouse is facing five criminal counts including first degree intentional homicide. yesterday the judge dismissed a counts of possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. the judge is allowing the jury to consider several lesser charges if they acquit him on the original counts. back here in the bay area it's back to the courtroom in santa contraria for the elizabeth holmes trial this after cross of one angry
investor may have scored some points for the defense. he invested more than a million dollars and lost it all. in 2018 he wrote an e-mail to an fbi investigation telling the agent you know i'm on your team and i will do all i can to help your case. >> this is the smoking gun for the defense. if if they have a witness who said he will do basically whatever he can lp the prosecution. yes, it very much impeaches his credibility. >> holmes is accused of defrauding investors, doctors and patients by making false and misleading statements about her failed blood testing technology. the prosecution could rest its case later this week. >> happening today walnut creek city council will meet to consider a buffer zone around planned parenthood to cut own down on conproper stations between protesters and patients. they received 42 calls for service, a planned parenthood
on oakland. between january 20 and november 5th. complaints included verbal and physical harassment and blocking sidewalks and get ready for the largest intusion of cash into bay area fran sit now that's president has signed his plan into law. fran sit agencies could see up to 3.6 billion from it on the a new system to increase the number of trains in to 30 an hour. transition agencies could see up to 3.6 billion on the top of the list for bart. a new system that would increase the number of trains from 24 to 30 an hour. the san francisco 49ers just won their first home game but off the field another battle is brewing. many have been struggling with when it comes to getting items. you can blame the pandemic and global supply chain issues. goods are stuck on giant container ships. >> when the restaurant supply store has the chick ten goes
really fast and then we see that the next shipment doesn't kuhn for like two, three days and our business solely runs on half of my menu is chicken. >> the stadium worker said they are sag to wait longer for items and the towel that fans were supposed to get last week didn't make it to the stadium. it's 6:38. >> san francisco through throwing a life line to the music scene. the fundg thtobring back entertainment. and restoring charred land. how technology is helping nature bounce back after being devastated by wildfires. it's a cloudy and foggy start to the day with the dense fog advisory in effect once again this morning as we head through the afternoon. catching clearing and sunshine. partly sunny, warmer for today. tracking the next weather system. that seven day forecast coming up. in the market just opened about ten minutes ago. let's check the big board.
the dow up in the green. 133 points. before we head to break here is gayle king. >> good morning to you. in san francisco, ahead on cbs morning, jury selection for the -- starts today. hear from her older siblings who say their sister is unfairly paying for jeffrey epstein's alleged crimes. and a new standard for car safety. how an investigation inspired change that could protect your kids in the backseats. that is very important story. and al you remember him. is he going on tour and returning to his comedy roots. the former united states senator joins us in studio to discuss the impact of the
run for re-election to the united states house. >> she joins us right now live on thees that have big announcement. good morning to you. glad to have you with us. i have to ask you what went into this decision. you called it bitter sweet. >> it's i love my work and i have made so many friends and work associates back here. on the other hand, there is a time for all of us to recognize that the torch should be passed to another generation and after almost 39 years in public life i think that it's time. i look forward to doing more in the district, in the bay area, and contributing ways that i haven't been able to since i have been in congress. >> and dock woman, a big part of your history and story is about your experience in jones town and how it influenced your station to serve. that was nearly 40 years ago.
tell us about that. >> when i was lying on that air strip with five bullet holes in my body i said the act of contrition. i prayed that if i survived i would dedicate my life to public service and never take another day for granted. i was able to keep that promise. thanks to the people that i have so enjoyed working for all these decades they made that possible and i have had a career that has allowed me to do great things for my community and for for my people and for california people and the american people. i'm thrilled i have the opportunity. >> and you still have time left in your position. >> anything you want to make sure you tackle or lease office? >> i met with my staff last night and the final message was we have 14 months. we have a lot to do and we will get it done. there is a rot of work i want
to do as it relates to my chairman ship on the -- in terms of protecting our troop around the world. reducing suicide, dealing military sexual assault, and making sure that families have the resources they need because they serve along with our service members and beyond that my work with the woman's caucus making sure we continue to elevate women and that they have the opportunity to have the jobs they want. have the child care they need and be able to serve as well. >> thank you for your time and service you have done. good luck to you as you step away from this role. >> great to be with you. >> all right. now to money watch. diane king hall, good morning to you. >> good morning. trading has been underway for little more than 15 minutes when stocks on the plus side
and the early action following the latest round of economic data and earnings. the dow better by more than 160 points. you have gains, nasdaq shy by 30 points. shares of -- slum manied. the maker that's backed by oprah and j city missed revenue expectations and lowered its yearly sales outlook. they put some of the blame on supply chain crunch. >> all right. diane king hall. thank you much. >> all right. san francisco is launching an initiative to revive the city's entertainment and music scene. the available money adds up to $2.5 million, some of that will cover production costs. the funds can go toward stipends. happening today the california department of parks and rec is meeting to hold a
virtual event on reimagining big basic and redwood state park. this after the august 2020czu lightning complex fire. it is called redwood roots. and helping forests regrow after wildfires can be a demanding process. >> and now one washington state company is using drones to change that, often times forests need help to regrow forcing crews to hand plant lab -- and burned areas. now some are speeding up that process with drones. drone seed, a company out of washington state is deploying drones over fire devastated areas. the devices programmed to drop seed vessels where regrowth is thought to he byte most successful. >> that's pretty cool. >> i love that. >> that's so neat. >> yes. >> seems like such a great way to cover a lot of ground. >> absolutely. >> it's great. it's foggy out there. looking at your camera. can't see a thing. >> right? >> yeah. dense fog as we start off the
day and the worst for the north bay and east bay. we will have more on that. morncosu are u safe if you are about to hit the roadways. a dense fog advisory for the north bay and the east bay. the visibility down to a quarter mile or less. slow down, use your low beams and keep plenty of distance between you and the car in front of you. that dense fog advisory for places like nevado. concord, inland east bay. the tri valley and livermore. all dealing that dense fog. let's check the current visibility out there. down to a half mile for santa rosa, four miles for napa and concord. three for livermore. here is that gray start to the day. and the san francisco mark hopkins hotel camera with that fog. temperatures running in the upper 40's to low to mid50's at this hour. here is what you can expect. morning clouds and fog. as we head through the an, catching some clearing with partly sunny skies and it'll turn chilly as we look ahead to
this eveningw. relooking quiet weather with that ridge of high pressure. the pacific northwest. they have been dealing flooding with that low pressure system there. for us just looking at afternoon clearing here in the bay area and slightly warmer temperatures. you can see that sunshine as we go through our afternoon on future cast. checking our daytime highs. low 60's along the coast. peninsula, for the south bay. 69, close to 70 for santa clara. 70 concord and pleasant hill. mid to upper 60's for the tri valley. 67 in oakland and upper 60's for the north bay. this afternoon as we look ahead to the end of the workweek. that's when we have the next chance to see showers on friday. not a big storm but a few showers are a possibility. san francisco, oakland and san jose. certainty forecast, forecast looking similar for tomorrow. more clouds thursday and there we go with the rain chances on friday. inland east bay and for the coast. we will have a cooldown through the workweek and again wet
weather returning for us on friday, picking up maybe a few hundred diagnostics to a tenth of an inch as we end out the workweek. spots dealing that fog and one of those areas seeing an accident. mary mentioning that dense fog. especially in the north bay. if are you going along 101, santa rosa. that's where we have a trouble spot. we are getting word of that accident this is a long 101 southbound near the boulevard north and you can see speeds dipping down about 12 miles an hour. apparently this is an injury crash and a lot of activity now in and around that area. give yourself extra time as you head through there. other than that there is a few other things to look out for. westbound 80 also starting to get backed newspaper to hercules. through richmond there's a crash. also foggy spots. fog advisory in effect. traffic backing up westbound 80 out of val johan. you can stick with 680. that's looking better this morning than 80. at least through the -- if you
are going westbound 80 there's that crash. it's block that right lane. san pablo avenue. taking a look at the bay bridge it's backed up. metering lights on and a busy ride out of the east bay into san francisco. san mate oh, bridge and mass transit looking good. we could know the future of the oakland coliseum in just a couple of hours. and we are live here in san jose and leaders here have important decisions to make when it comes to the future of coyote valley. details on what we could expect. and streaming today oakland city leaders will announce rental assistance we will bring that to you live at 10:15 and 8:30 we hear from a tech expert about facebook's decision to end the photograph tagging feature. you can watch it at kpix.com or on the app.
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continuing to follow that breaking political news. jackie spears of the peninsula is not running for re-election in 2022. she made at nounment this morning on twitter and that was after nearly four decades as a politician. she started off as a county supervisor, served in the california legislature and she has been in congress since 2008. a. she still has a yeah left. she will focus on protecting the troops, their mental health and preventing sexual assaults in the military. we will be on top of it. back to you. live in oakland at the coliseum this morning. we could learn in just a matter of hours which sleeper is up to bat when it comes to buying a
portion of this site. this is a 100-acre site. the oakland city council meeting gets started this afternoon at 1:30 there. are two development groups working for redevelopment on half of this coliseum complex site. the a's own the other half, whatever one is selected today if the council make that decision it would mean the city would enter negotiation was one of them. the winner would have about 18 moss to reach a deal. we will watch this as that meeting gets started at 1:30 as they sort through it. we are live in oakland. live here in san jose where this property behind me has conservationists and developers at battle over the future of coyote valley. it's surrounded by hundreds of acres of open land. this is what they want to preserve. they want the land to be protected against commercial development. the owner wants to sell it toko
commercial developers who plan to build a amazon warehouse on the site. they could vote to change the zoning to an agricultural area which would then block the development of a warehouse. now, many eyes on both sides will be on this meeting that's set to start at 1:30 p.m. we will pay attention and make sure to bring you the updates on air and online. if you are going out of the north bay this morning dealing a lot of dense fog. limited visibility. and we have this crash along 101 southbound north and photograph sick building up in that area. if are you traveling through there you plan on taking 101 in that area. give yourself extra time and a lot of space between you and the car in front of you. especially with the break lights. limited visibility making things more difficult. foggy across the bridge. busy as you work on 80 through
vallejo and brake lights. let's see how long the fog will stick around. we are looking at that as w relooking at santa rosa, nevado, all under that dense fog advisory down to a quarter mile or less. you can see those foggy conditions that gray start to the day with the roof camera looking at san francisco and temperatures in the upper 40's to low to mid50's and dealing patchy drizzle this morning in spots. dense fog, low clouds as we thread through the day. we will catch clearing. partly sunny skies and a chilly evening. looking at the temperatures little warmer compared to yesterday. low 60's along the coast. 65 in san francisco, 67 in oakland. for the peninsula mid to upper 60's this afternoon and highs inland upper 60's to low 70's. 70 in concord, 68 for antioch as well as for livermore and 67 for the napa valley.
clearing through the day taking you hour by hour this afternoon. back to you. the past year and a half has been a trying one for students across the country. so, any reassurance they can get sc is od. >> for stghl ts otit's in the form of puppy love. meet oliver. he has apdog at the school and shows love to all the students. his owner is an english teacher there and brings him in twice a week. his job is to make high school a bit easy tore get through and help students connect. look at that face. i would love that. >> four dogs in here. hope are you listening. >> yeah. >> we know you -- always is. [inaudible]. let us know. >> don't forget the news continues all day on cbsn bay area. >> cbs mornings up next. have a great day.
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