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to our surprise the girls were. >> three teenaggirls from colorado back home after being stopped on the way to syria. federal authorities say they were going to join a terrorist group. they were arrested in germany. >> we are making sure we are containing costs and make sure we are increasing revenue. >> could you soon have to pay to walk across the golden gate bridge. the bridge district wants to start charging pedestrians and bicyclists. the final decision could come as soon as friday. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado email@example.com linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. good morning, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it's a wednesday. it's 5:00 and it's sadie hawkins day. liz will be doing weather, lawrence will be doing traffic. >> what a disaster that would be! >> that's so sweet. >> will you go with me? >> absolutely. [ laughter ] >> that was a moment. [ laughter ] >> that was a moment. >> now do weather. >> all right, guys. around the bay area today
we are seeing high clouds overhead. we'll see more of that the next couple of days. maybe some rain at least in the north bay as he would get into tomorrow but not today. going to see some sunshine and the temperatures maybe a little bit warmer especially in the east and the south bay mid-70s there. 70s inside the bay and 60s at the coastline. nice and clear over the bay. it is a little cool in spots though this morning. 47 degrees in santa rosa. 51 in san jose. and 50 in livermore. this afternoon about 72 for the high in san jose and sunshine there. 68 in san francisco. and 71 in santa rosa. now for my date. >> okay, thank you, lawrence! >> do i get a corsage and everything? >> of course. >> thank you so much. [ laughter ] it's been quiet since we have been on the air, no major accidents and a lot of the overnight roadwork should be cleared up right now at 5:01. everything is looking great heading to the bay bridge toll plaza. and it's clear now all across the span into san francisco. there was a lot of overnight roadwork both directions 880 in san leandro between oakland and san leandro right on the
border. right now everything looks good and 15, 16 minutes or so on the northbound lanes of 880 between 238 and the maze. it was scheduled to be picked up by 5:00. san mateo bridge everything clear, still good on 101 along the peninsula and by sfo, maybe a flight to catch. >> you can do weather. he can't do traffic. >> oh, disaster! [ laughter ] >> yeah. thank you so much. >> you can try it. [ laughter ] >> 15 minutes away. >> we are going to get this worked out. in the meantime, drivers with the rideshare company uber are protesting around the world today. the employees want to put an end to what they call an unfair rating system pricing policies and insurance liability issues. drivers will be on market street in san francisco today at noon. well, imagine paying a toll to just walk across the golden gate bridge. it's on the table this week. the bridge district wants to start charging a fee to pedestrians and bicyclists alike. the extra toll is to make up for the $33 million budget deficit. >> while we do everything we can on our side to be sure we
are containing costs, we need to make sure we're increasing revenue where possible. >> and it's an economic justice issue for those who want to use the bridge that do not own a car. >> i think it must be free for all. >> well, there used to be a 10- cent toll to walk across the bridge but that ended back in 1970. the bridge district could decide on the new toll by friday. there's also talk of raising tolls for vehicles by 5% every year starting in 2018. developing now, two passengers who landed at chicago's o'hare airport and a passenger who arrived in new jersey last night are all being evaluated for ebola. no word on their conditions. meanwhile, as susan mcginnis reports, another american who contracted the virus is being released from a hospital. reporter: a man is being released with a clean bill of health. he tested deadly with the ebola
virus yesterday and he said the knowledge there was no more virus in my blood is a produce found relief. the 33-year-old cameraman was admitted to the biocontainment facility two weeks ago after he became sick in liberia. one of two nurses who contracted the virus while treating the first patient diagnosed with ebola in the u.s. got good news, as well. doctors treating nina pham upgraded her condition from fair to good. today, president obama meets with his newly appointed ebola czar ron klain assigned to coordinate the federal response. the president has come under criticism for lacking an aggressive response to the virus something the administration acknowledges. >> there have been some shortcomings in the response and the president has been pressing on his team for quite some time to ensure our response lives up to the high standards that he has set for his team in service of the american people. >> reporter: among new government protocols just announced all passengers arriving in the u.s. from three
west african nations must now enter through one of five airports where travelers will have their temperatures checked for signs of a fever that may indicate ebola infection. susan mcginnis, cbs news. three teens from denver were arrested in germany after trying to go to syria to join isis. the family report them as runaways. two somali sisters may have stolen $2,000 from their parents the other is a 16-year- old sudanese girl. an american just released by north korea is back home in ohio this morning. 56-year-old jeffrey fowle was freed after nearly 6 months in custody. north korean official had detained him after he left a bible at a nightclub. they haven't said why they released him. they are still holding two other americans convict of
crimes. secret service employees are accused of leaving their post to deal with another employee's issue. this is the second time agents have left the white house while the president was there. san francisco giants pitcher sergio romo didn't pitch last night. but we'll probably see him at some point in the series. andria borba says they are taking a look at surveillance video involving romo and his girlfriend. >> reporter: san francisco giants pitcher sergio romo famous for his slider and his catch phrase, that's what's up, apparently had a few choice words for sfpd. the "san francisco chronicle" reports it was around 2 a.m. when romo allegedly got a text from an ex-girlfriend and his current girlfriend got upset. the police were called in when someone saw a woman getting bear hugged and pushed into an suv. witnesses who didn't want to go on camera tell kpix 5 the incident happened outside the
owl street bar. when officers arrived, romo kept yelling you're making a mistake. eventually everyone was released, no one was cited. but after sfpd found surveillance video from a store across the street, the case is handed over to special investigation out of, quote, an abundance of caution. san francisco police want to talk to everyone involved just one more time to make sure that their stories match up andria borba, kpix 5. >> romo had a run-in with the tsa at the las vegas airport on new year's but no charges were filed. today is the first anniversary of the shooting death of andy lopez. santa rosa teen was shot by a sheriff's deputy erick gelhaus. he mistook the toy gun for an assault rifle. gelhaus was cleared of wrongdoing. there is a memorial planned at the park named after the teen in santa rosa that will start today at 4:30. time now 5:07. cameras are rolling when a brawl breaks out between
superhero characters in hollywood coming up. >> and traveling during the holidays is more expensive. after the break why you might want to hurry up and book your flights. >> and looking nice around the bay area today, we have clouds on the way maybe some rain, too. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and one of our only slow spots right now is tracy. 205 and come through the altamont pass. no surprise if you drive this every day but we'll have a full look of your travel times coming up after the break. and we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. or tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,
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forecast in just a few minu nat pop of fight welcome back to kpix 5 this morning. the fairmont building in san francisco lots of orange buildings in the bay area. we have rain coming up. we'll talk about that coming up. this is strange. mr. incredible batgirl, chewbaka, waldo and freddie krueger, they got into a nasty fight on the hollywood walk of fame. the characters -- [ laughter ] >> -- interesting group of
characters, right? >> who is that? >> they are supposed to entertain tourists and it started when mr. incredible allegedly attacked batgirl. at one point he chased, punched, kicked and then threw her on the sidewalk. >> what should i call you, sir? what do you go by? >> batman. >> the good ones we're stationary. we're standing against the curb. people come to us. but the bad ones, they roam up and down so they cross paths or they target the same people. >> batman wasn't there to stop the fighting. mr. incredible was chased off and batgirl is fine. >> being like at disneyland and having cinderella and goofy go at it. just not right. >> strange. >> got to fight crime, guys. 5:12 now. peta is accusing seaworld of animal abuse in the wake. black fish documentary. they filed an animal welfare lawsuit. she said she had seen spotted scars and lesions on the marine animal in her recent visits. seaworld's stock has dropped
33% since the documentary was released. flying out of town for the holidays is going to cost more. experts with expedia.com report thanksgiving flights are up some 17% from last year. flights during christmas up 2%. estimated 21 million americans expected to take to the skies through december. all right. 5:13 right now. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> it's been a great morning so far for the commute. the roadwork is wrapped up. no major hot spots out the door. so at 5:13, i'll go ahead and show you one of our slowest commutes. it is again no surprise, but it's that commute coming out of tracy on 205 and the sensors show slowing, yellow sensors below 40 miles per hour, to north flynn and it loosens up. live look near the dublin interchange headlights the commute direction. there was some overnight roadwork between hacienda and the dublin interchange. that's gone. i should say competing for slowest drive time between 580, it's highway 4, 19 miles per
hour. that right there as you pass "a" street. this is obviously always a slow spot, as well. once you get past antioch, everything is clear. southbound 242 between concord, walnut creek commute, so far no delay all along th 680 corridor. no delays, no metering lights yet. no delays on the bay bridge. eastshore freeway a nice light 20 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. looks great all across the span right now. and 101 along the skyway and 101 through hospital curve everything looks clear. maybe you have a flight to catch. continuing down into san bruno, no delay there. and 280. no major incidents out the door but if you do want to ride mass transit all are on time. remember kcbs, our radio partner, when you hit the roads at 106.9 fm or 740-am. that's the latest from here. we have been really watching
the rain, haven't we, lawrence? here's a check on your forecast. >> worried about that especially with the world series coming back to the bay area on friday. things could be interesting then. we are going to take a closer look at that in a moment. right now, mostly clear skies around the bay area but to the north we have clouds developing there and a storm system bringing some rain into far northern california and really up into the pacific northwest. some of that moisture going to slowly work in our direction but today, we'll keep things dry mostly clear start to the day a little cool in some of the valleys and then a mixture of sun and clouds toward the afternoon. more showers coming our way maybe in the north bay as early as tomorrow. and the rest of the bay area as we head into the weekend. all right. here we go weak ridge of high pressure ahead of the system so we are going to see some of these clouds roll over the ridge from time to time but most of the energy right now will stay to the north. that likely going to change tomorrow. temperatures around the state today you will see some 70s in the central valley. watch out for showers toward eureka. mostly cloudy skies 74 degrees in ukiah. throughout the day today we'll notice a lot of clouds beginning to move across our skies and by tomorrow there's a
chance of some light rain north of the golden gate bridge. we have the giants game friday and a storm system approaching the coastline. game time 5:05. the rain may hold off as long as they don't go into extra innings. we'll stay dry. then the rain overnight friday into saturday morning. temperatures expected to be in the 60s along the coastline, 70s inside the south bay and peninsula. a lot of 70s even some mid-70s inland. inside the bay today 72 degrees in oakland. 68 san francisco. and 70 berkeley. next couple of days we'll watch those temperatures staying fairly mild chance of showers tomorrow. partly cloudy and the clouds will be gathering latter part of the day on friday. chance of rain overnight friday into saturday. by the way, we have another game tonight. if you are going to check it out in kansas city, partly cloudy skies, game time temperature first pitch about 65 degrees but it's going to cool off quickly you will be well down into the 50s by the
9th inning. >> that's okay. good baseball weather. >> jinx. >> sorry. [ laughter ] >> thanks, lawrence. giants fans they are happy. game one down, three more to go. >> got a winner but the kansas city royals fans have waited a long time to get to the world series 1985 in fact. how are they doing this morning? let's check in with brandon richards from our kansas city affiliate. brandon, loss number one on the cinderella run. you guys were 8-0. how's the mood out there in kansas city? >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. i admit a lot of people waking up disappointed this morning, kauffman stadium quiet now just like it was quiet through much of the game last night after royals fans just realized victory wasn't going to happen after your giants mounted that early lead. but prior to the game, fans were very excited and i say they are still very excited because many of them never believed that they would see what's happening right now, the royals playing in a world
series for the first time in 29 long years. you know, the younger generation here in kansas city, they can't remember this ever happening because obviously they were too young when the royals won the world series in 1985. so they are just thrilled to see this happening. obviously, though, when the giants you know, took the lead last night and never really gave up the lead, people were disappointed. the fans were disappointed. but they remain optimistic. this city is certainly proud of our boys in blue. and, you know, this is just game one. if you ask any of the fans who came out of the stadium last night they would say, you know, this is only game one. if you remember back in 1985, the royals were playing the cardinals back then lost the first game but went on to win the world series. so fans hoping that we'll see something like that again this year. but certainly they know that they are playing against a great giants team. but i think the message out of kansas city to our friends in san francisco would be, don't
start celebrating just yet. >> hey, we had to celebrate, brandon. do you see any giants fans out and about? >> reporter: we saw a few giants fans. actually, we spoke to one yesterday and they said that, you know, they were expecting more giants fans to be here in attendance but they said i guess there was a problem there was not many direct flights from san francisco to kansas city. so they said it's a little hard to get here but yeah, there are certainly a few fans here. >> thank you, brandon. you have a good pitcher on the mound tonight. we got jake peavey it will be fun. game 2 right behind you there in kansas city. thank you for chatting with us. >> reporter: thank you. 5:19. a paralyzed man back on his feet again and it's all thanks to a medical breakthrough that was right under his nose coming up. >> and what is cool about your school? we want to know. you can email your nomination
to us at email@example.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. en greenberg has the pros emping" in this >> and there's a strong demand right now for temporary workers. steven greenberg has the pros and cons of temping in this morning's jobs report. >> reporter: temporary workers represent a record share of the nation's workforce. almost 3 million temps a week are employed through agencies. that's up 5.6% from last year. there are positives and negatives to temping. those jobs often mean low wages no benefits or training and irregular hours. other than, temping is more mainstream and many desirable employers are getting on board. companies in the bay area such as gap, kaiser permanente and jawbone hire temporary workers. and employment agencies like manpower and kelly services are actively hiring for temp administrative assistants, production associates and accounting clerks in the bay area. employers hire temps at all levels of experience. and if the company's need becomes permanent those workers are perfectly positioned to interview for the job. manpower claims that 40% of their temps become permanent hires. there's a strong demand for temporary employees. and if you have good
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himself as one of the best world series pitchers in major league history. fans here at kauffman stadium waited 29 years and they got a dud. big game james shields did not quite live up to his nickname. hunter pence took him deep in the 1st inning. giants out to the early 3-0 lead. shields was yanked after giving up 5 runs in three innings. quite the opposite for madison baumgarner who had the bases loaded in the 3rd, but he got out of it when the inning ended with a groundout. baumgarner was in total control even making the defensive plays look easy. he struck out five in seven innings, allowing only one run. the giants win 7-1. they take a 1-0 series lead and afterwards, it was a love fest. >> it would be hard to imagine him being able to be any better of a teammate. it's been an honor and blessing to have him as a teammate. so -- yeah. [ laughter ] >> i paid him to say that. >> he's a guy that's able to
elevate his games. he is extremely competitive even through -- in the regular season. um, so to say he is a different pitcher, i don't know if that's fair because i think he's given everything he's got each start. >> reporter: the key stat from game one, when a team scores three runs in the 1st inning of game one of the world series, those teams are 10-0. if the giants keep hitting like that and pitching like that, this series could go in four. game 2 today, jake peavey takes the hill for san francisco. from kauffman stadium, i'm dennis o'donnell, let's go back to you guys. >> thank you, dennis. play of the day in a game no one watched last night? michael gordon carrying the ball for arkansas state. tangled up with all the defenders but no one tackled him. his knee never touched. they are saying, go ahead, you can run. guess what, that's the touchdown. he went all the way for the score. but louisiana lafayette won the
game 55-40 over arkansas state. but kind of a neat play. >> knee down, keep going. 5:25. president obama caught off guard at the voting booth. [ pause ] >> don't touch my girlfriend. [ laughter ] >> after the break, see how he reacted after this unexpected encounter. >> reporter: bryan stow the giants fan who was attacked at dodger stadium in 2011 is watching the world series and now he is speaking out. hear from him coming up next.
to go. highlights from game one of the world series coming up. >> good news for three americans infected with ebola. this comes as health official push to contain the virus. >> so far, high pressure holding on but it may not be long. we have clouds headed in our direction maybe some rain, too. we'll talk about that coming up. >> this is it. our slowest commute right now across the bay area through the altamont pass and a new accident just reported at north flynn. we'll tell if lanes are blocked coming up. >> good morning, it's wednesday, october 22. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 5:30 now. the giants didn't take long to take control in game one of the world series. >> in the air to center well hit cain back, the grab, and gone! >> hunter pence's two-run shotput san francisco ahead 3- 0. giants starter madison baumgarner gave up only one run in seven innings. >> i felt pretty good. you know, just about going out
and making pitches and executing, you know. i know that's a boring answer, but for me, that's all it is. >> he was dynamite. i mean, man was he good tonight. >> the giants beat the royals 7- 1. they won 7 straight world series games dating back to 2010. and you can still find tickets to world series games at at&t park. standing room only start at $550 on stubhub. behind the plate $3,600 each. after tonight's game in kansas city, the series comes to san francisco. games 3 and 4 are friday and saturday and if necessary, game 5 is sunday at at&t with game 6 and 7 back in kansas city. >> you're going to meet a guy by the name of yordonald ventura on the mound for the dominican republic. pitches over 100 miles an hour. >> that's going to be exciting. all these games have been great. i can't wait to see it again. the weather could be a factor
as we get into the games when the giants come back to town. right now looking good. a lot of sunshine outside today. a few high clouds starting to move into our skies in the north bay. still sliding through. looks ominous but high pressure just strong enough to hold most of that rainfall to the north for today. by tomorrow, that could change. temperatures this afternoon into the 70s in the bay and the valleys, mid-70s into the warmest spots. 60s at the coast. mostly clear skies in san francisco right now. cool in the valleys this morning. 47 in santa rosa. 51 san jose. 57 san francisco. this afternoon 70s in the south bay. 72 san jose. 72 also in oakland. 68 in san francisco. 71 clouds gathering in santa rosa. time for a road check. let's go to liz. >> back out to the altamont pass, you know, it went from just kind of sluggish a little slow and go, to now we're backed up. first to the south bay.
-- first, conditions are okay right now in the south bay approaching trimble northbound 101. you can see it starting to get more crowded. the commute is definitely under way. but no major hot spots in the south bay. this is what i was talking about. westbound 580 approaching north flynn. we have an accident there. it is already in the center divide. but like i said, it was just kind of sluggish out of tracy and now there's a backup right behind that area. it's not blocking the main lines of the roadway. but obviously causing a bit of a delay because traffic is heavy there anyway at this time of the morning. also, getting more crowded at the bay bridge toll plaza. the middle lanes this is when you want to have that fastrak right before they switch on the metering lights. the middle lanes are still clear and it looks good all across the span into san francisco. the rest of the lanes backed up to the overcrossings. 880 in oakland, problem-free near the oakland coliseum. those taillights that's what you're looking at and it looks like that all the way up to your downtown oakland exits. that is "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you, liz. uber drivers are protesting here in the bay area today.
the rideshare employees want to put an end to what they're calling unfair rating systems in place, pricing policies and insurance liability issues. drives will be on market street here -- drivers will be on market street here in san francisco at noon. people come from around the world for the experience but soon strolling across the golden gate bridge could come at a price. the bridge district wants to start charging a toll to pedestrians and bicyclists. it's all about money and a $33 million budget deficit. >> while we do everything we can on our side to make sure we are containing costs, we need to be sure we're increasing revenue where possible. >> it's an economic justice issue for those who want to use the bridge who don't own a car. >> i think it must be free for all. >> there used to be a 10-cent toll to walk across the bridge that ended in 1970. the bridge district could decide on the new toll on friday. also thoughts of raising tolls for vehicles by 5% every year
starting in 2018. new on this wednesday morning, the giants continue the world series run today, one of their biggest fans bryan stow who was brutally beaten at dodger stadium three years ago now speaking publicly for the very first time since that attack. anne makovec life in the newsroom now and anne, a remarkable story considering the extent of bryan's injuries. >> reporter: yeah, frank. brain injuries are very difficult to predict. bryan stow was in a coma for weeks after that attack and nobody knew how mobile or vocal he would ever be. but you will see he has come a very long way. bryan stow watched game one of the world series at his parents' capitola home where he now lives and continues to root on his favorite team. stow was beaten outside dodger stadium in 2011 leaving him with serious brain injuries but he has made tremendous progress since the attack. he said the team's recent run has been a blessing to his life. when asked why he loved the giants, here is his response. >> why not? who else am i going to like?
♪[ music ] >> the a's? the dodgers? no. the giants are where it's at. >> reporter: stow has an enviable collection of sports memorabilia a testament that the team he supports has supported him, too. >> this one's from tim lincecum. and this one is from will carr, bryan a true giant signed by will clark. >> reporter: stow still needs round-the-clock care. he was awarded an $18 million settlement but he has not received the money because of setbacks with the court. he says he still is happy with his life. >> being alive, waking up every morning and knowing i'm here and this place makes me feel good. >> reporter: there are holes in his memory including the giants winning the world series in 2010 and 2012. but hopefully he will be able to see another win this time around. frank? >> he sounds pretty good, though, anne, i must say. does he remember anything about the attack at dodger stadium?
>> reporter: the last thing he remembers about that day 3.5 years ago is going to the game. his parents say they created the memories of that attack for him so that he can somewhat understand what he has been through. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. three teenaged girls from denver were arrested in germany for allegedly trying get t syria to join isis. the families reported them as runaways. the girls are two somali sisters 15 and 17 and the other is a 16-year-old sudanese girl. the chairman of colorado's muslim council says they were expecting something like this to happen. but not with girls. >> i was shocked because i was [ indiscernible ] we thought the boys will -- was easy targets to our surprise the girls were easy targets. >> all three girls are u.s. citizens thought to be radicalized in the united
states. three passengers arriving in the united states are being evaluated for ebola. a news cameraman who contracted the virus in liberia now being released from a nebraska hospital with a clean bill of health. and today president obama will meet with his newly appointed ebola czar ron klain. he is in charge of coordinating the federal response. california nurses meanwhile want the latest cdc guidelines for healthcare workers to become mandatory in the state. they took that message to governor brown yesterday. then to cal/osha in oakland. individual hospitals are not doing what's needed to treat possible ebola cases here in the state. >> i addressed this and was asked if more training would be available. they said they were hoping that those who attend the class train the other nurses. that's not adequate. >> there's a whole comprehensive plan that needs to be in place and it's not. >> the waste, dealing with lab specimens, staffing. >> the california hospital association says it is surprised by the nurses claims
and that the health system prepares for infectious diseases like ebola every day. wall street hopes for another day like yesterday. >> that would be nice. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com, you were here a couple of days ago, jill, and back at work. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was great to meet you guys a couple of days ago and yup, back here on wall street. the opening bell rings in about an hour and the dow is back in positive territory for the year. it gained 215 points on tuesday. the nasdaq rose 103 points. and it comes as companies like apple and yahoo have reported some strong earnings for the last quarter. speaking of apple, there is a new security warning for anyone who uses apple's icloud. the company says it's aware of organized attacks to steal personal information from customers. apple says that attack did not compromise its own servers. yelp is taking aim at expedia and other hotel booking sites. yelp users will soon be able to
search for hotels, read the reviews and then book a room directly on the site. yelp says the option will be available in all markets for tens of thousands of hotels. frank and michelle? >> well, jill, a new report finds that many americans are working for free? explain that. >> reporter: yeah. americans it turns out are taking less vacation time than at any point in the last four decades. according to a new report from the u.s. travel association, it found that in 2013 employees took an average of 16 paid vacation days compared to 20 days back in 2000. but it's not really translating into more accolades at work. the report finds that employees who left 11 to 15 vacation days unused are actually less likely to receive a raise or a bonus. so moral of the story, frank and michelle, take your vacation. >> use 'em or lose 'em. oh, my god! absolutely! got to get away. >> have to use vacation days. >> thank you, jill wagner of
cbsmoneywatch.com. see you tomorrow. a man in illinois found a strange way to break the ice when he happened to run into president obama at a polling place. can you imagine voting next to the president? the man's girlfriend was voting right next to president obama. so the man told mr. obama to steer clear. >> don't touch my girlfriend. >> i said i know you mr. president but don't touch my girlfriend. >> yeah, his boyfriend mike jones says it was so quiet in there he thought he needed to add a little levity. [ laughter ] >> so said that to the president who got the last laugh. he kissed her on the cheek on the way out a day they will never forget. >> he didn't listen. >> he is smooth. >> he is. 5:41. would-be purse snatcher gets pay back and wait until you see what happens when the bus driver gets his hands on him coming up. >> plus an uber passenger accuses her driver of losing his temper and assaulting her. the driver wants to set the
welcome back to kpix 5 this morning. we are starting out with a few clouds moving into part of the north bay skies. we are looking towards san francisco. and yeah, looks like it will be a nice day, some rain could be moving in our direction. we'll talk more about that coming up. watch as a man tries to grab a woman's purse on a bus in chile. he misses and tries again and his hand gets caught in the door. the driver takes off starts
whacking the guy with a baseball bat. there he goes. after a few minutes, the suspect is in tears. and when the bus stops, the would-be thief is delivered to the cops. hello there. >> hello there. door opens and good-bye. [ laughter ] it's a case of he said/she said and a san francisco judge will decide who is right. a woman told kpix 5 this week about an uber driver becoming irate and pulling her out of his car last weekend. she said he threw her phone down the street in the process. the driver saw jill's report and called him to say it never happened. >> i have never touched that woman. i did not touch her. i -- there was no way me touching the girl. she didn't want to leave. and i was actually forced to say that i'm going to call police. >> san francisco police say they had enough evidence to charge hynek with three misdemeanors, battery, malicious mischief and
vandalism. uber has suspended him. 5:45, liz? >> we have your daily metering lights report and today they were switched on 5 minutes ago, 5:41 it looks like. so yeah, we're seeing the delays now in the middle lanes, the fastrak ones and it is backed up to the 880 overcrossing. 10 minutes to get on the bay bridge. on the span things are good. relative hot spot-free. this is when our one accident of the morning in the center divide but it is causing a big wait behind it from the 205 split all the way to north flynn, you can see it's kind of a bottleneck there all those speed sensors are all right around there. that 27, or even less, this one dropped to 11 miles per hour. so obviously it's a slow ride through the altamont. this was a solo car crash again in the center divide at north in any and loosens up a little bit through the livermore valley. here's a live look at a bit of a wait right now in the cash lanes heading to the richmond/san rafael bridge. not too bad heading into marin county typical for this time of the morning. silicon valley, westbound 237,
that is still in the clear. drive time 6 minutes between 880 and sunnyvale. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." more on your forecast, with the forecast, here's lawrence. that time of year we shift toward a winter like pattern. today a nice day outside as we'll see a lot of sunshine and a few high clouds drifting overhead. still a weak ridge of high pressure strong enough to hold that storm system to the north for today. by tomorrow that will likely change. so with that in mind, enjoy the sunshine today. it will be mild this afternoon in many spots. you will see a mixture of sun and clouds. we could see a few showers developing into the north tomorrow. and then more rain for everybody as we head into the weekend. right now that ridge though is bumping most of that energy up to the north. just occasionally we'll see some of these high clouds drift over the top of that high pressure system and move across our skies. temperatures today in the central valley into the 70s. possibility of some rain toward eureka if you are heading in that direction. and 67 degrees into monterey bay. throughout the day high clouds
drifting overhead and tomorrow we begin to see that rain line shift a little further to the south into the north bay but the rest of the bay area staying dry. as we get into friday, though, the clouds begin to gather late in the day and then here we go. just after the giants game, some rain moves in, that will likely spread across the entire bay area overnight on friday night and into saturday. temperatures for today will be in the 60s maybe even some mid- 70s the warmest spots inland. your sunrise time 7:25. sunset tonight at 6:23. over the next couple of days the weather gets very interesting. slight chance of showers to the north tomorrow, clouds on the increase with some gusty winds late in the day on friday. a crans of rain friday night into saturday. then it looks like we dry out sunday and monday but more rain on tuesday. got another world series game tonight, partly cloudy skies. >> we do? >> yes. first pitch probably about 65 degrees. dropping off down to low 50s probably by the 9th inning. >> jake peavey. >> bring it home. >> going to get the fireballer.
>> should be an exciting game. >> i usually watch the beginning. >> you saw the best part. >> it was-0 when i went to bed. >> you were good. habitat for humanity is getting help. some local sports players are helping rebuild homes that burned down. good morning. >> reporter: i was out here when that home burned and two others were damaged. now i'm here in oceanview with the program early. it's inspire volunteer, education, to tell us more weekend program chris lee. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> chris, tell us at home what we are doing out here besides waking everybody up in this neighborhood. >> we are excited about today. we'll have the warriors and associates helping benefit a caught for habit habit greater san francisco. we are going to help work on 28
homes here in the bay area. we were here 8 months ago working on the saitch project. it's a gray time to give back to the community. >> reporter: in the distance we have the homes behind us here and again one of those homes caught fire. now we have to rebuild it. >> yeah. you know, it's an unfortunate thing but we're here to help and hopefully we'll get to come back and make a difference on the home that we are were damaged. we are hoping to rent out or lease these homes in a couple of years from now. a couple of warriors will come out today. they had a game last night. >> aaron craft and jason capote. we appreciate it. >> reporter: frank and michelle, this is nba pairs week where all the teams in the nba go out and help and i have to telled you the golden state warriors are giving back to the community 365 days a year. if you want to be part of that program or habitat for humanity, we'll hook you up.
visit us online at kpix.com and click on "links and numbers." reporting from oceanview this morning, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. this is an amazing story. a quadriplegic man is walking again after getting a cell transplant. >> pretty remarkable. he was paralyzed after a knife attack four years ago. and doctors took cells from his nose grew them in a lab and then actually transplanted those into his spinal cord and here he is. >> and now some brain signals are reaching his rohr body. scientists believe the nasal cavity cells can stimulate the spinal cord cells to regenerate. >> a little bit of hope there. >> tough when you have a spinal cord injury. it's tough. >> great, though. all right. we'll be right back. ,,
died on the job. 62-year-old craig hunt died fighting the "dog rock fire." nearly 700 people gathered to say good-bye at a memorial service in san jose yesterday. he flew for cal fire for 13 years, taught chemistry at victor cruz off season. previously he was navy pilot for nine years. he leaves behind a wife and daughter. "airbnb" is finally allowed to operate in san francisco after years of people renting rooms illegally. the board of supervisors voted 7-4 yesterday in favor of a zoning change that essentially legalizes the short-term rentals. "airbnb" has started collecting san francisco's 14% hotel tax. it's expected to bring in millions of dollars a year for the city. well, only here in the bay area would someone pay nearly $2 million for a home that should be knocked down and condemned. but here we go. check out this beauty on middlefield road. palo alto the town. sold for $1.8 million. infested with rodents and, in
fact, the house is in such bad chase the realtor won't take anyone inside to tour. but it did sell and neighbors are happy about that. as you might imagine. the realtor says says new owners plan to raze it and build a new house. that will add an extra $800,000 to the already $1.8 million they have already paid. 5:56. up next, governor brown met with california healthcare workers to discuss the ebola virus. but it didn't go as planned. why nurses say their concerns are still being ignored. >> bryan stow the giants fan beaten at dodger stadium three years ago is watching the world series and you may be surprised at how well he is doing today. hear from him up next. ,, ,,
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city. madison baumgarner gave up just one run in seven innings. >> the boys was easy targets. to our surprise, the girls were easy targets. >> three teenagers from colorado back home after being stopped on their way to syria. federal authorities now say they were on the way to join isis. they made it to germany before they were finally arrested. >> we do everything we can on our side to be sure we are containing costs and need to be increasing revenues. >> you could soon have to pay to take a stroll across the golden gate bridge. the bridge district wants to start charging pedestrians and bicyclists. final decision could be friday. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. good morning, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> happy wednesday, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. >> game one of the world series went to the giants. >> in a hurry. they got all the runs they needed in the top of the