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5 news this morning. . good morning, everyone, i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm brian hackney. let's get a weather already on this monday morning. we will begin with mr. k. that june gloom didn't waste any time. low clouds and fog and drizzle it morning. looks like that's going to be hanging out for a few hours here this morning. this afternoon, it willing cooler but we'll find some warm sunshine in the valleys, 70s there. only 50s out toward the coastline. very gray. cloudy skies out toward the bay now. you may need your windshield wipers from time to time. by the afternoon, we'll see 74 degrees from concord, 74 in san jose and 61, pretty cool, partly cloudy in san francisco. let's check on the roads with linda. we have breaking news for folks that want to use muni service in san francisco. we're just hearing about what
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could be some major delays. there's a possible sick-out with muni workers over a contract dispute and we spot they had tweet from the sfmta to expect major delays. and they apologize for the inconvenience. so we do have a reporter working on this story right now. we'll have a live report coming up but these initial reports say they could saw some major problems around san francisco. everything else is on time. again we'll have more on that coming up. this traffic alert still remains in effect, northbound 680 at hofstetter. i am told we have some life pictures on of this on the scene. i'm not sure they're exactly ready to go. we'll take them if they are, otherwise the northbound lanes of 68o from the sensors look clear and we'll have a live look at the scene coming up in a few minutes. that's the latest on traffic. back to you guys.
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developing news about a san francisco man considered so dangerous the f.b.i. says you should not go near him. kpix 5's brian webb reports 42- year-old ryan chamberlain is want he on explosives charges, that after agents spent all day saturday searching an apartment on jackson street. >> reporter: yellow crime tape covered a green door, all that's left after a 15-year hour search by the f.b.i. >> i saw the street blocked off and the haz mat vehicle. >> reporter: men in haz mat suits rushed in and out of the apartment all day and found explosives inside. >> i want to harp on the fact there's no threat to public safety. >> reporter: now the search shifts from the apartment to the man who lived there, 42- year-old ryan chamberlain. 6'3", 225 pounds, considered armed and dangerous. but patricia barlow whose office shares a wall with
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chamberlain's considered him differently. >> he was always extremely pleasant, very polite. >> reporter: our research shows chamberlain was socially and politically active in san francisco working on several political campaigns, once running for office himself, and part of the russian hill neighborhood association. >> if you have any sort of sightings or if you know him, please let us know so we can help and bring him in so people are safe. >> reporter: the f.b.i. believes chamberlain is acting alone on the move and too dangerous to approach, but patricia barlow said that is no way the same neighbor she knew. >> i thought that guy moved out and somebody else moved in and they were the culprits of the investigation. so i was a little surprised. >> brian webb, kpix 5.
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>> claim berlin may be driving a white nissan altima. three people were shot in east paolo alto around 9:30 last night near oakland drive. officers found one man with a gunshot wound to the stomach when they arrived at the scene. the other two victims were dropped off at nearby hospitals. all three are in stable condition and so far no arrests. propane tanks exploded overnight and a fire burned through a walnut processing plant in marysville. federal investigators are looking for the cause. authorities will not press charges against that sanford professor arrested at lax with a grenade. apparently it was a souvenir that belonged to his late father. the man had just finished cleaning out his childhood home and accidentally put the grenade in his carry-on. a father who lost his only
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son during the murderous rampage during the isla vista rampage. yesterday, martinez pete with peter roger, whose son eliot carried out the murder-suicide n fremont, a memorial service was held for another victim, 20-year-old david wong. last night, his parents spoke to a gathering of family and friends at harbor light church. that's the home of fremont christian school, david's alma mater. his parents say the community and faith are sources of solace during a painful time. >> the hardest thing for me to be is alive. i prayed to god that why this happen to me. >> david's parents remember him as a top student, good with math and computers, with
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aspirations to start his own business a private funeral happens later this week. happening today, oakland police officers will be patrolling the school campus in the east bay after a woman allegedly went after a 9-year- old with a hammer. police say parent volunteer hasi madeam attacked the student on friday. police think the woman has a long-standing dispute with the childs family. the student was taken to the hospital. she is expected to be okay. seven years of police disability retirement caress are under review in oakland after a former officer may have abused the system. the ex-cop may have collected half a million dollars in benefits. oklahoma land plans to look at the list of police officers who took a medical retirement. they hope to crack down on fraud. developing news, an american pow is freed from tal
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wan activated -- taliban is free. some american lawmakers are criticizing the deal reached. >> reporter: american pow sergeant bow bergdahl has -- bowe bergdahl has begun the long process of rehabilitation. >> give yourself all the time you need to recover and decompress. there's no hurry. >> reporter: his parents expressd gratitude sunday to all those involved in securing his release and spoke directly to their son who they have yet to see. >> five years is a seemingly endless long time. but you've made it. >> reporter: the 28-year-old was turned over to a u.s. special forces team saturday near the afghanistan-pakistan border. ? exchange for the -- in change for the release of five afghan detainees. here hahn capitol hill some question whether the release of
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taliban fighters could put u.s. troops in danger. >> it's disturbing that these individuals would have the ability to re-enter the fight and they are big, high level people. >> reporter: secretary of defense chuck hagel is defending the obama administration's actions. >> sergeant bergdahl's safety and health were both in jeopardy. >> secretary hagel said the u.s. did not negotiate with terrorists on the deal. that this was a prison of wore exchange. tara mergerner for cbs news, washington. >> the pow was captured by the taliban in 2009 in eastern afghanistan after reportedly wandering off his base unarmed. happening today, a plan from the u.s. epa to cut air plugs from power plants by 30%. the new rule from the obama administration will set the first national limits on carbon die ochs i'd.
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the -- dioxide. also happening today in sunny vale, fogging to prevent against the west nile virus. spraying will start at 11:00 tonight. crews will cover the area between east olive avenue, east -- county officials say mosquitoes found in there have tested positive for the virus. california's already had more cases of whooping cough this year than in all of last year. state health officials say more than 800 cases were reported just in april. that's the highest monthly count in four years. and they expect the numbers to keep rising. doctors say that more people need to get immunized. >> there's no question who will finish first in tomorrow's gubernatorial primary in california. a new poll shows 50% of likely voters support jerry brown but it's a tight race for second between two republican challengers, 18% support
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businessman kneel cash kari, 13% back assembly man tim donnelly. one name doesn't belong there, state senator leland yee is listed as first candidate for secretary of state. his name appears alongside seven others running for the office. the ballots were printed before yee was convicted on corruption and conspiracy charges. the voter information guide includes a pledge by yee to fight corruption. all right, still ahead now at 9 minutes after 5:00 on your monday morning, a well-known billionaire is among six people killed whether a private plain crashed near boston. a day of inner tubing takes a terrifying turn for a florida woman. the danger she found right below the surface. low clouds and drizzle, will we clear things out? we'll talk about that coming up. breaking news in san francisco, major muni delays
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investigating a crash at an air show in wisconsin. organizers canceled the rest of the show and sent the crowd home. investigators don't know what caused the private jet to crash near boston. it happened on saturday, a prominent philadelphia businessman and six others were killed. wendy gillette with more on the investigation. >> reporter: massachusetts emergency crews left han skom field near boston last night of the investigators will be back early this morning as they work to determine what caused a corporate jet stream jet to shoot off the runway and burst into flames. >> most of it is consumed by fire and there's fragments located in the gully. >> reporter: all seven aboard were killed, including 71-year- old louis katz. the shawl air field is mostly used for private and corporate flights.
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those who live nearby say they knew right away saturday night there was a major problem. >> all of a sudden we heard a huge explosion and the house shook and everybody came running out and everyone was in panic. >> katz was on the plane with three crew member is and three friends. they were all returning home from a fundraiser for an evacuation program at the massachusetts homes of home. rendell says after katz's recent business deal his friend died at what may have been the high point of his life. wendy gillette, cbs news, bedford, massachusetts. a businessman killed donated $25 million to his alma mater at temple university. new this morning, a photos of a shark bite on a woman's leg. the 22-year-old was out tubing in the fort lauderdale area when she was attacked. she first thought she was cut
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by glass but the half moon shape wound told a different story. more than 2,000 people were at the annual escape from alcatraz tiate lon yesterday in san francisco. the racers jumped into the 58- 58-degree water and swam to san francisco. they then raced bikes for 18 miles and ran eight more miles. andy potts won the race for the 6th time. did i see you? >> but once for "eye on the bay" i had to jump in the bay in a suit. >> you did not forget the experience. >> i was freezing for days. we're going to talk about your biggest issue is muni service. there's been a worker sickout.
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we're trying to get a number of people calling in sick but muni said expect major delays. we just got another tweet saying that bart is honoring muni fares within san francisco, and daily city. the problem is the contract dispute and we're sending a reporter to the scene now to gather more information. but it basically means fewer vehicles in service. as more people call out sick. bart, everything on time, no delay there. cal train and ace also looks good. if that wasn't enough to slow you down, there's a number of accidents on the road including this one in san rafael, three lanes are blocked, southbound 101 approaching the 580 interchange. we're not seeing any slowdowns an on our sensors yet but it sounds like ambulance is rolling to the scene right now. and northbound 680 at hofstetter, fortunately just one lane remains blocked but a car took out a lying pole.
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this is a -- out a light pole. this is video our news crew after it happened. one driver was injured. i think two cars were jishlly involved -- initially involved in that crash. for a while, all but one lane was blocked. they were able to get a couple lanes open. we're no longer seeing any major delays in the area, so you can get through without much of a problem but expect some activity out there. a fatel cash still -- crash still blockinging in vallejo after a big rig took out a tree. and here's the golden gate bridge, no delay coming into san francisco, bay bridge also fine. more on your forecast this monday morning, here's warren. so much for a quiet monday, huh? >> i know, it's dangerous. >> a little damp outside, too, as you approach the coastline,
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we're seeing that marine layer thicken up. be careful, the roadways may be slick as you approach the beaches. with that in mind, foggy start to the day. by the afternoon, becoming mostly sunny. coastal fog continuing there and a warming trend it looks like as we head toward the end of the week. low pressure, the whole trough carving itself out on the west coast and that's going to ramp up the marine layer and bring the drizzle out again this morning. we'll going to see it tomorrow as well. about 85 degrees in the central valley, 62 degrees in the monterey bay. low clouds and fog early this morning and then hugging the coastline this afternoon and surging back on shore with drizzle likely tomorrow morning. looks like the next couple days a similar pattern will set up. 60s and 50s out toward the coastline. maybe some upper 70s but that will be well inland by the afternoon. inside the bay, temperatures mainly in the 60s. partly cloudy skies in san
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francisco, next couple days, maybe things warming up as we get to wednesday and thursday and by the next weekend, nice weather. >> june already. >> i know, i can't believe it. >> where was winter, yeah. >> how many used to watch the brady bunch? >> i did. >> i did. >> i know, sad day. >> the beloved member of the brady bunch has died. ann b davis died at a hospital in san antonio. it happened yesterday. a long-time friend said davis fell yesterday morning and hit her head. she was knocked unconscious, never woke up. she was 88. radio personality casey case um is in a washington state hospital. his daughter says the 82-year- old suffers from bed sores and lung and bladder infections. she said her father has a form of dementia. there has been an ongoing battle over his care between
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this accident, multi-car crash in san rafael, southbound 101 near the 580 interchange. once you make your way past san rafael, things clear up. plus these major muni delays after today's sick-out, weather and traffic minutes away good morning, everyone. as the calendar turns to june, the giants and a's have the best record in baseball. sonny gray improved to 6-1 after he outduelled jered weaver.
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a's win 6-3 to sweep the angels. they have a 4-1/2 game lead in the american league west. . selfie-sunday in st. louis, giants score four runs in the first and coast to their league- best 37th win of the season. . who says golf is a noncontact sport? a woman goes home with an unlikely souvenir after being struck by an approach shot. . home ice advantage heens nothing to darryl sutter and the kings, they become the first team in nhl history to win three game 7s on the road in one postseason. l.a. eliminates chicago. they'll face the rangers in the stanley cup finals game 1 in l.a. on the road yesterday they were debating whether the giants or a's would win 100 games. get ready, folks, it's going to
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murder rampage in santa barbara last week. i have a live report coming up. fog, low clouds, drizzle, june is here. how long they'll stick around coming up. looks like we have one accident cleared and another one at the 580 interchange. it is monday, june 2nd. expect delays on muni this morning. many drivers have called in sick for work. kpix 5's mark kelly is live in san francisco with the latest. mark? >> reporter: michelle, a menu write spokesperson said a higher than normal number of muni drivers have called in sick for this morning's sick. that includes both muni light rail and bus. here this morning wove seen one or two muni light rails go by, still too early to tell how many drivers necessarily called out sick of the right now menu write says it is working to -- muni says it is working to balance out this lack of
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drivers. a contract dispute is what is behind this possible sick-out. the sticking point, pay raises for drivers and having drivers contribute more to their pensions. the muni president is calling the contract proposal -- members expected it would get voted down and if a decision is not made, this could go to arbitration. so far on your morning commute today, that's what everyone wants to know when he had they had out the door, muni says check twitter and sign up for e- mail updates on their website and also we're learning this morning, bart will step in and honor muni's fare in the city and in daily city. mark kelly, kpix 5. and elizabeth we thinker is in the traffic center getting the latest on muni. we'll be belong with an update from a few minute. the nationwide man hunt for a san francisco man continues this morning.
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all day saturday, men in haz mat suits slipped in and out of a russian hill building and they say they found illegal explosives inside ryan chamberlain's apartment. the f.b.i. says she don't know the intent or motive but the agency insists there's not a threat to public safety. but on the other hand, they think ryan chamberlain is armed and dangerous. >> we ran into each other very frequent, he was always extremely pleasant and polite. >> chamberlain was last seen saturday south of san francisco. he might be driving a white wait nissan altima. three people were shot in east paolo alto. officers found one man with a gunshot wound to the stomach. when they arrived at the scene, two other victims were dropped
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off at nearby hospitals. all three are in stable condition so far so arrests. a 71-year-old man is behind bars this morning accused of killing his ex-wife who owned a well-known restaurant in napa. police responded to the home of ikeo nakomura. police found her body in the bathroom with stab wounds. they say her ex-husband has admitted to killing her during a domestic dispute yesterday. she's the namesake and founder of ikeo's restaurant on first street. it was closed on sunday. staffers posted a sign on the front door requesting privacy. embattled l.a. clippers owner donald sterling attended services the a predominantly black church yesterday morning. sterling listened to the pastor's message for him. >> i want my friend to know we're praying for you.
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>> pastor at praises of zion missionary baptist church invited sterling after meeting with him two weeks ago. it's not clear if sterling addressed the congregation but afterwards he talked to reporters about the experience. >> think of the support you got there today? >> i think it was a great. what did you think of it? >> it seemed like people had a lot of love for you. >> beautiful. i loved it. >> sterling has been ban fred the nba for life over -- banned from the nba for life over racist remarks he made. the nba reached a deal with his estranged wife to sell the team friday. but sterling is fighting. he's suing the nba calling the league's actions unconstitutional. the woman whose audio recording that set off the scandal was attacked in new york city. thereth is v. stiviano. her attorney said she was leaving a restaurant in manhattan last night when two
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men physically attacked her and used racial slurs. a doctor found her to be okay overall. the lawyer said she might file a police report today. 5:35 right now. let's get another check on weather. a little built of brifl outside, right? -- a little bit of drizzle outside. >> true life better than fiction, isn't it? >> it gets more and more by sa. we have some drizzle outside, so if you're headed out the door, be prepared, the roadways may be a little slick heading toward the coastline. out on the beaches it will be a cool day, 50s and some 60s. you'll find mostly sunny and mid to upper 70s and warm conditions in some of the valleys. the clouds veding on shore -- spreading onshore. the temperatures holding in the 40s and 50s. as we look toward this afternoon, planning on a sunny
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74, 74 in the napa valley and 61, a little school in san francisco. let's check on the roads with elizabeth now. there were two separate accidents in san rafael. we were thinking the first one cleared and then we got reports of another one in that same area. for a while they were holding traffic. now it looks like within the last couple of minutes, they are reopening days. southbound 101 approaching the 580 interchange. it's the second accident we're watching right now. we'll get that confirmed. you may have heard our reporter mark kelly talking about the major muni delays after a workers sick-out. there's a contract dispute, this is avengting light rail and -- affecting light rail and busses. bart will be offering muni fare in the city. cap train and ace also reporting no delays.
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a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza where we are seeing slight delays in the far right cash lanes, still no metering lights. that may change in the next ten minutes. they've been turning the metering light on a little bit on the early side. northbound 680 at hoff at the timer road now -- hofstetter road now back open. damage is expected in the millions from a fire that that roared through a walnut processing plant. it destroyed four buildings at the plant south of marysville. witnesses say they heard up to a dozen explosions as oppose pain pain -- propane tanks blew up. richard martinez has criticized politicians and the national rifle association since his son christopher was shot to death 10 days ago.
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yesterday martinez met with peter rodger who's son elliot rodger carried out the murder- suicide. here in the bay area, hundreds of people gathered in fremont to mourn another victim. the parents of the slain young man spoke last night at the service. >> reporter: the mother and farther of david wang remember their son as someone who was good at voe games and math, who was -- at video games and math and who was good and kinds. the parents told their own story of amazing grace. their struggle to live on after the senseless killing of their 20-year-old son, their only child. >> all of our future dreams and hopes was all upon him. >> reporter: charlie wang and jane lu poured out their heart to friends and family. they say the community and their faith sustained them.
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>> the hardest thing for me is to be alive. i prayed to god that why this happen to me. god didn't give me an answer. instead, he put a lot of love along me. >> we will keep on living, depending on god and praising him. >> reporter: david's parents remember him as a straight a student who wanted toe start his own -- who wanted to start his own company. >> you are in my heart forever and ever. >> reporter: and they say that if their son were alive, he
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would tell them to help stop the violence and make the world a safer place to live. back to you. >> eat, that was really -- we saw that yesterday, it was tough to watch. but after last night's memorial service, an s-a funeral coming up later? >> reporter: yeah, the family has decided to has v-a private funeral ceremony so, this was the only public service but they want to keep the other ceremony within the family to themselves. >> thanks very much. the person who be hiding cash and posting clues on social media is heading back to the bay area. >> whoever it is, he he had a busy weekend in southern california. yesterday, bottles stuffed with $100 bills turned up around the dog park in the shadow of the hole used sign. -- hollywood sign. a posting on twitter last night said san francisco, we are coming back home. futures trading has suggested stocks could climb farther into record territory. >> jill wag they are of cbs --
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wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com"reportswere investorswillgetabunchofdata this week and the government releases the unemployment numbers. the unemployment rate fell to 6.3%. it was a record day for stocks on friday. the s&p closed another another record, so did the dow, adding 18 points. apple is taking center stage. the designer's conference kicks af this week -- kicks off this week. apple promising the best product line-up in 25 years. there is speculation about an iphone 6. and google is taking to the skies. the s&p is reportedly planning to spend more than a billion dollars on satellites that will
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provide internet to underserved areas around the world. according to the "wall street journal," google launched 180 small satellites to start. they're solar-powered and remote controlled and they'll fly at lower altitudes than other satellites. >> and lunch with warren buffet? >> reporter: it will cost you. the billionaire businessman is auctioning off a private lunch. it will benefit the glide foundation. the auction started yesterday t runs until friday. the opening bid on ebay? $25,000. but that is nothing compared to last year, the winner paid a million dollars. buffet said he doesn't know why people pay so much money, but the only thing off topic right now is the company he would invest in. isn't that the million dollar
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question, though? >> it's a lot of money but for a good cause. so that's great. >> exactly. have a great day, thank you. still coming up at 17 minutes before 6:00, a u.s. soldier is freed after being held by the taliban for five years. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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30-mile-an-hour winds picke an inflatable slide.. and st check out a scary moment at a lacrosse tournament in colorado. 30 mile an hour winds picked up an inflatable slide sent it tumbling across a field. this happened saturday afternoon. witnesses say two children were trapped inside. >> me and one of the defenders
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looked over and we saw the wind pick up and all of a sudden it picked up and there's a girl going down the slide of the they flies out about eight feet in the air. >> it just tumbled and like a bag in the wind. the two were -- >> the two children were not badly hurt. the company has prats the slide wouldn't -- operates the slide wouldn't comment. they said they followed all safety. his parents cannot wait for him to come home but they say there's no need to rush. >> right now so many people are in place to assist you and all the aspect of your recovery to full health. trust them. it's okay. and give yourself all of the time you need to recover and decompress. there is no hurry. >> bowe, you are not left behind. i told you you wouldn't be left behind.
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>> sergeant bowe bergdahl has been been in the u.s. military hospital in germany this morning. he was turned over to a special forces team saturday in exchange for the release of five afghan detainees. a change in royal leadership is announced this morning in spain. the country's spain says king juan carlos plans to abdicate and let his son come to the thrown. . it is 5:47 right now. let's get a check on the road. >> first, this is a new doesn't in san ramone. a four-car accident blocking the slow lanes, southbound 680 approaching the canyon exit. and look at this, huge drive times already for the altamont
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pass and livermore valley. there's been an accident -- actually a stall, web 58 near -- westbound 58 near 11th street. better news for this accident, looks like everything has been cleared. there was a bigger accident and that was cleared and now there was another accident. still may be a little slow and go through san rafael on southbound 101 as you approach the 508 inter -- 580 interchange. bay bridge, metering lights are on. you can see the delays now in the cash and the fast track lanes backs up pretty much to the overcrossing. and breaking news out of san francisco, we're expecting major muni delays after a worker sick-out. in looking at the latest tweet, saying all routes and lines are experiencing longer than normal waiting times and potential gaps in service. so we still don't know the
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number of workers that called out sick but it's must have to cause major delays. bart is offering -- bart is accepting fares for muni riders, that's light rail and busses. . a lot of clouds out there, some drizzle, too, as you're heading out the door. it's a great start to the june day as you expect low clouds and fog to retreat. as we head toward the latter part of the day, it will be a little bit cooler than it was yesterday. still find mostly sunny skies, except out toward the beaches and a warming trend, especially as we get into wednesday, thursday and friday as high pressure begins to sneak back in. we have a trough along the west coast, that's ushering the cool marine air, the fog and low clouds, too. this afternoon, sunshine in the sacramento valley, 85 degrees. 73 degrees, mostly sunny in tahoe.
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and then as we get into the evening hours, the fog and low clouds surge back on shore, maybe all the way back to the central valley. cloudy day to start tomorrow and maybe some drizzle as well. you'll see 60s toward the coastline. into the east bay, maybe upper 70s as you head toward brentwood and antioch. inside the bay, generally in the 60s. a little cool in san francisco, about 61 degrees and partly cloudy skies. next couple of days, we are going to see those temperatures warming up, especially getting into wednesday and thursday, maybe some 90s in the hottest spots as we look toward friday and saturday. still low clouds and fog in the morning, every single day of the week. like summer, doesn't it? >> center in the bay area, o -- summer in the bay area. .
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as we see more sunshine into wednesday and thursday, that pollen count will also be on the rise. here's a live look out into vallejo, the scene of the accident where a big rig hit a tree. one person was killed and they continue to clear the scene. as you can see, westbound 80 getting by okay with slight delays. we'll have another kpix traffic report coming up. developing news near boston, ntsb investigators are trying to figure out what caused a private jet to crash during takeoff. investigators say the plane went off the runway saturday night t plunged off an embankment and caught fire. people who live near the airport said it sound like the jet exploded. >> all of a sudden we heard a huge explosion and the how can shook and everyone came out and everyone was in panic. >> among those killed was 71-
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year-old louis katz, he was in massachusetts for a fundraiser for an education program. justin bieber is apologizing for something he said five years ago. he was 15 at the time and was just emerging as a pop sensation and that's when he was caught on video telling a racist joke using the "n" word. bieber said when he was a kid he didn't realize how certain words can hurt but now he's learned from his mistakes. the bodies of six people who fell from mount rainier will be difficult to recover. the area is so dangerous, there are no immediate plans to get to the victims. the climbers fell 3300 feet and all are presumed dead. experienced climbers and rangers say it's one of the riskiest routes on mount rainier. >> the area above it is vertical and this is the spot
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where anything in that vertical 3,000 feet, anybody ice or rock fall so, this is actually a very dangerous location to go into. >> the area also has frequent avalanches. the climbers were last heard from on wednesday. the third day of a planned five- day me speak kigs. -- five-day expedition. and head out the door early today if you're taking muni on the way to work. coming up, why muni is seeing delays on all of its lines. launching false attacks. isn't it time to put the old politics aside? the chronicle endorses ro khanna, saying he "offers an upgrade in congress for silicon valley." and the mercury news says, "ro khanna is ready for the congress of tomorrow... ...while honda is a politician of the past." for our future: ro khanna.
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>> a u.s. soldier freed after nearly five years of cap tift with the -- cap tift with the taliban. >> i pray to god that why this happen to me. god, he didn't give me an answer. instead, he put a lot of love along me. >> hundreds gathered to mourn one of the bay area victims of the santa barbara rampage. from across the bay, to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. well, a hearty good morning on monday, june 2nd. i'm brian hackney. >> and i'm michelle agreeing o it's 6:00. let's check in with liz on the morning commute. >> a number of accidents still out there on the road. this is

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