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>> this place is very vulnerable. when you reflect on what happens to other communities that get hit by fire, it is frightening. power cut to the communities that will likely be spending the day in the dark. pfizer ready to expand shot to a new age group. the key step toward vaccinating youngsters. a ticket won't be enough. a mandate requiring vaccines for entry. she vanished on a cross country trip and investigators think they have found her body. the man hunt for gabby petito's fiance. thanks for starting your monday with us. live to dublin, a red flag warning for much of the bay area is now in effect. there are concerns about dangerous fire weather right now in the east bay hills and valleys. more than 7,000pge customers in ten counties are
on alert for shut offs. outages are expected an hour ago impacting more than 1200 in napa and more than 800 in solano. >> we have live team coverage all morning. justin andrews is standing by with how people are preparing for the potential power shut offs. >> mary lee joins us tracking the latest conditions. it looks pretty bad especially across our mountain peaks, gusts to more than 60 miles per hour. the strongest winds are happening now with the offshore wind event. we have the red flag warning in effect for areas highlighted in red. this is until 8:00 tonight because of gusty offshore winds, low relative humidity values plummeting through our day and hot temperatures inland. offshore winds helping heat us up, 84 for a high with sunshine in san jose, 93 concord, 90 livermore and san rafael, mid
to upper 70s around the bay with sunshine, low to mid 80s for the peninsula and 70 for the coast. the red flag warning is in effect for east bay hills and valleys. pge will begin power shut offs in two bay area counties at any moment. justin andrews is live in napa, one of the places that is expected to be affected by the power shut offs. >> reporter: some 2,000 customers in solano and napa could be affected by this. most were notified by pge over the weekend. the reason we can potentially see the power shut offs are because of the gusty dry winds. our weather team has been talking about this for the last couple days. they're set for higher than normal wildfire risk from energized power lines. pge expects to cut power from 7100 customers in ten counties across the state. shut offs were expected to
affect more than 1,000 in napa and 800 in solano. we interviewed pge yesterday. >> when customers got the 48 hour notice yesterday, that's when they should have started preparing. we want our customers prepared. take a look at the house. what needs power? do you have medications that need refrigeration? do you have a back up generator? >> reporter: i have been checking power outage maps and notice there are some in the richmond area but in napa county it looks like the power is still on. that's good news but it doesn't mean it won't affect you at some point later today. >> that's what i was going to ask. we see there are still lights. does that mean they're in the clear? but it sounds like that is not the case. >> reporter: absolutely. hold on. it could happen but you may be in the clear. you just have to wait and see. while hundreds wait to see
whether they will lose power, some are waiting for lights to come on after weekend rain. right now more than 2200 customers in east bay are without pout. pge hopes to restore electricity this morning. bay area saw a small amount of rain saturday night but it caused more than 28,000 to lose power. pge says if it had rained harder there wouldn't have been so much trouble but the first mist of the season is often bad news. here is why. >> when the first mist or rain comes after a long dry spell it turns the mixture into mud. mud conducts electricity. this can damage electrical equipment and cause outages. >> i seen pge spraying the transformers a couple days ago. taking a look at our traffic starting at the bay bridge toll plaza this monday morning, starting to see a back up. metering lights have been turned on. it will take ten minutes to go from the maze to san francisco. interstate 880 in oakland near
the colosseum seeing more vehicles on the road way in both directions. traffic is moving along. live look at the san mateo bridge, traffic is moving pretty well. it will take 12 minutes from highway 880 in hayward to 101 in foster city. pfizer says its covid-19 vaccine works for kids ages 5 to 11. the company plans to seek authorization for the age group soon. this as biden administration is holding off on covid-19 booster shots for general population. advisers to fda recommend emergency use authorization for a third dose of the pfizer vaccine but only for people 65 and up and for those at high risk of severe illness. they say there is a lack of data about safety and efficacy for everyone else. >> i don't think they made a mistake. one thing i think people need to realize, data are coming in literally on a daily and weekly basis. >> dr. fauci there also talked
about vaccines for moderna and johnson & johnson. he said data about booster shots from the manufacturers could be a few weeks away from being reviewed by fda. a live look from san jose center of performing arts. starting today, you will have to show proof of covid-19 vaccination or negative covid test in order to get in. city leaders say negative covid tests will only be allowed for people with religious or medical exemption. sf chronical reports west contra costa unified canceled its board meeting over implementing a vaccine mandate. leaders were scheduled to vote on the proposal tomorrow. explaining his decision, district superintendent wrote after speaking with our attorney the district will not be ready for the meeting. the district is working on how to incorporate a vaccine mandate for contractors. it is not clear when vaccines might be approved for children under age five. director of national nstitutes of health says he cannot predict an exact date. >> data won't be submitted to
fda for a bit longer. i think realistically we will not see approval in that space until later this year. in a developing story, fbi agents believe they have found the body of gabby petito. she's the 22-year-old woman from long island who vanished last month during a cross country road trip with her fiance. a body matching description of her turned up yesterday at a camp site in wyoming. her family has not heard from her since last month when she contacted them. >> full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm 100% that we found gabby but her family has been notified of the discovery. the cause of death has not been determined at this time. >> her fiance brian laundrie is a person of interest in the case and he is still missing. august 12th, a utah police officer pulled their van over and body cam video shows the couple in the middle of an argument. he later showed up at his
parents' home in florida on september 1. his family believes he is somewhere now inside a florida wildlife refuge. today, harvey winestein will be back in court. the disgraced former movie producer and convicted rapist is facing 11 sexual assault charges in los angeles involving five women over the course of a decade. a grand jury reinstated one. winestein has pleaded not guilty to all charges and is already serving 23 year prison sentence in new york after found guilty last year of sexual assault. update on a daly city jewelry store heist caught on camera. police arrested four people in connection with the smash and grab. wednesday night seven people went in, smashed display cases with hammers at infinity jewelers. when police got there they chased a lexus speeding away
from the mall. that lexus crashed. the driver and a passenger were arrested. two other suspects were arrested soon after and investigators are trying to identify three outstanding suspects. 6:09. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> a security breach at an airport. the threats that landed one man in jail. comedy at golden gate park, robin williams meadow once again filled with laughter. we'll take you there. >> the niners went head to head with the eagles. it was a rocky start. we'll let you know if they can get back on track. i am tracking rising temperatures, warm to hot conditions along the coast, 70 around the bay, mid to upper 70s inland. we'll talk about the red flag warning. a live look with sales force tower camera as we look east
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i am tracking red flag warning for a high fire danger today, that red flag warning is in effect until 8:00 tonight and watching north bay mountains, gusts as high as more than 60 miles per hour this morning. we are looking at the east bay hills and valleys under the red flag warning with gusty offshore winds, low relative humidity values plummeting as we head through our day and hot temperatures inland. i will have more on what you can expect for the rest of the week coming up. a stunning video of a volcano erupting on a spanish island. it continues to erupt through the night. thousands of people have been forced to evacuate nearby towns as lava just pours down the mountain side reaching villages and homes. this eruption was the first in 50 years. more than 25,000 earthquakes have been detected around the volcano over the past nine
days. strongest, a magnitude 4.2. san jose international airport, we are looking about a security breach. police say a 22-year-old suspect followed an airport employee past a secure gate yesterday and barricaded himself inside his car and told officers he had swallowed an explosive device. police determined he was having a mental health emergency. bay area's largest children's hospital celebrates reopening of a rebuilt intensive care unit in oakland. the grand opening is this morning on 52nd street. the pediatric icu has been renovated and expanded, covers 20,000 square feet with state of the art equipment and 21 private rooms. 40th annual comedy day took place over the weekend. >> hosted in robin williams meadow in golden gate park.
>> are you feeling good? [ cheering and applause ] >> are you femaling great? [ feeling great? >> are you ready for your ex comedian? >> there were count less laughs. from the start, robin williams took turns as its headliner. comic greats including ellen degeneres and whoopee goldburg have played it. >> that is the hype man we need on a monday morning. >> i love him so much. can he be on our show every day? >> i was at golden gate park yesterday and it was crawling with people. the weather was beautiful. it really seems like the city is back. >> bouncing back. >> nice to see. it was so beautiful with our weather yesterday. we are going to see plenty sunshine today. temperatures will be the rise checout this stunning view as we start our day here.
sales force tower camera as we look east across the bay and mount diablo, golden colors in the sky. we are starting our day with clear skies. offshore wind flow really helping scour our skies, clear our skies. our temperatures this morning are in the 40s, 50s, to even about 60. 52 livermore, san francisco 58, 57 san jose, chilly start in santa rosa down to 48 with clear skies. temperatures are running chillier compared to yesterday at this time. we are tracking strong winds, especially up in our mountain peaks, mount st. helena, 66- mile per hour winds clocking in mount diablo, winds gusting to about 57 miles per hour, knoxville 43, hills burg hills 40. uc berkeley on the campus, 18- mile per hour winds and 18 for orinda. strongest winds with the this event happening this morning. we had a red flag warning. i am tracking dangerous fire
weather conditions as we are looking at gusty winds, low relative humidity values and hot temperatures inland. areas highlighted in red, north bay mountains, east bay hills, east bay valleys under the red flag warning and watching north bay mountains. as we go through our day we will see winds ease through the afternoon and evening. again this morning, that's when we are watching the peak winds with this offshore wind event. through the day relative humidity values will be dropping down to 11% in fairfield, 14% in brentwood. we are looking at 13% livermore, concord, napa. we are looking at that dry air as we look to tomorrow. daytime highs for today, we are looking at 70 degrees along the coast in pacifica 75, around the bay in san francisco, 79 in oakland, low to mid 80s for the peninsula, 93 in concord and 90 for livermore as well as for
san rafael. plenty sunshine today. we are looking at the sunshine for tomorrow and for your tuesday, daytime highs will be even hotter. tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week. our sunrise at 6:56 and sun set at 7:09. taking you hour by hour with our temperatures again, warm to hot conditions this afternoon. as we look to tomorrow with your hour by hour temperature forecast, even hotter expected for your tuesday. the seven-day forecast san francisco oakland and san jose, there we go with the bump in our temperatures tomorrow and then cooling it down with onshore flow wednesday through the work week. tracking gusty offshore winds, it gets hotter as we look to your tuesday and there we go with temperatures a bit cooler for the rest of the week. let's check with anne for a look at traffic. all major freeways are in the green except for the super commuters on west bound 580. it will take about 45 minutes from tracy to highway 680 in
dublin. west bound four, 35 minutes from highway 160 to i-80. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, things are starting to back up at this hour on a monday. metering lights have been turned on. it will take about ten minutes from the maze into san francisco. the golden gate bridge, traffic is moving well. it will take about 20 minutes from highway 37 in novato to the toll plaza. a quick check on the san mateo bridge, few more vehicles heading west bound. it will take about 12 minutes from highway 880 in hayward to 101 in foster city. muni will talk about ideas for restoring service. they're holding a media round table looking at choices that the agency is facing as it continues to recover from the pandemic. a key question is whether immuney should bring back all day routes across the board or concentrate more strategically on increasing service where demand is the highest.
a well traveled route for giants fans headed to and from the ballpark. but you better watch where you walk. >> it's kind of concerning. sidewalks in san francisco's mission bay neighborhood are sinking at an alarming rate. >> it's a gap of approximately that much. >> wow, these are really enormous cracks. >> that is on project home tonight at 11:00 on kpix5. 20 minutes after 6:00. still ahead. >> it still might be september. i am pretty sure it is. that's not stopping oktoberfest, where the celebrating has already started. biggest night in
kicked off over the weekend on the peninsula. >> even though it is not october. plenty people turned out to enjoy the festivities in red wood city. they're getting the party started early, tents in court house square for people to enjoy live german music, dancing, plenty cold beer and pretzels. we asked people what do they love about it? >> we love to preserve culture, dancing, the exercise. it is truly anaerobic work out. i do it for what a guy will do for free beer and brat wurst. germans are always looking for a reason to celebrate. wine fest, beer fest, oktoberfest, may fest, all year long. >> always a reason to party. tickets are ranging from $17 to $27. you can get a commemorative
stein once you pay the entrance fee. coming up in r xt half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> dangerous fire conditions as strong winds move in. we are live with the areas on high alert. san francisco's largest event scaled down significantly. how dream force can still boost the city's hard hit tourism industry. in money watch facebook firing back. why they're calling a "wall street journal"'s report on misinformation egregiously false. a live look outside before break, you can see traffic looking
if you are just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. red flag warning in effect for parts of the bay area. parts of the north and east bay hills and valleys are on high alert. strong offshore winds prompting this warning. live to san jose, starting today, you must show proof of covid-19 vaccination or a negative covid test to get into large event spaces in san jose like convention center. new, pfizer says the covid- 19 vaccine works for kids ages five to 11. the company plans to seek emergency authorization for the age group soon. pfizer says the dose is as effective for kids as for teens and young adults.
a lot going on this morning. it's 6:30 on monday september 20. i am anne makovec. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we begin with the fire danger in a big part of the bay area, red flag warning in effect for parts of the north and east bay. >> pge is warning power can be turned off any minute now, 1200 customers in napa and more than 800 in solano could be left in the dark. mary lee is showing us who is on high alert. we are talking thousands of people. this is unfortunate as i am tracking gusty offshore winds. across north bay mountains gusts as high as 66 miles per hour and right now really the peak. red flag warning for north bay mountains, east bay hills and valleys and that's until 8:00 tonight. we are looking at gusty offshore winds, dry air, low relative humidity values plummeting through the day and
hot temperatures inland especially 80s and 90s this afternoon. 93 concord, 90 livermore and san rafael. we are looking at temperatures warming around the bay in the mid to upper 70s, peninsula, low to mid 80s and about 70 along the coast in pacifica. let's go live to justin andrews in napa with the latest on potential power shut offs. >> reporter: good morning. if you live in napa or even solano, you can expect to be sitting in the dark possibly at some point today because these two counties fall under the red flag warning. you probably were notified about this over the weekend by pge about the possible shut offs. customers in napa and solano should be prepared for this. more than 1,000 customers in napa and 800 in solano. high offshore winds mary has been talking about are set to bring a wildfire risk higher than normal.
statewide pge expects to cut power to 7100 customers in ten counties. we interviewed two people in orinda. >> i got the notice about tonight, the red flag warning. i went to where i have my bags packed. i want to be sure i have everything in there and that i am ready in case anything happens. i want to be ready to rock-n- roll. >> always the possibility that it can strike here and this place is very vulnerable. when you reflect on what happens to other communities that get hit by fire, it is frightening. >> reporter: you might be home asking will my power go out? i don't know. it's easy, just go to the website p ge.com and it should give you an outage map to see if potential your area will be out later today. in napa it looks like the lights are still on but that
can change into the next couple hours. >> all depending on the weather. thanks justin. mary, we will continue to follow that fire danger. >> absolutely. fire crews in sequoia national forest doing everything they can to save some of the oldest largest trees on the planet. k and p complex has grown to more than 21,000 acres, marching towards some of the oldest groves on the planet and getting deeper into the giant forest. firefighters have wrapped the base of trees in fire and heat resistant material and they've cleared most of the brush from the area, a last line of defense if they're not able to slow the fire. >> these trees are adapted to fire but not intensifier. we want to do everything we can to protect the trees as well as the historic cabins that are on the national park. >> containment stands at 0%. it is 6:34. let's get a quick check on your
monday traffic. we are getting reports of a three car accident in sunol. the cars are blocking the fast line and traffic censors showing slow speeds approaching the site of the crash. at the bay bridge toll plaza, a really big back up. metering lights have been turned on. it will take about 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. a check on the san mateo bridge, few cars heading west bound in the commute direction. it will take 12 minutes to drive from 880 in hayward to 101 in foster city. a live look at the sales force tower, company's dream force convention could provide a boost for san francisco's hardest tourism industry. the three day technology convention starts tomorrow. it will be the second convention at moscone center since on set of the pandemic. attendance is by invitation only and requires proof of vaccination. hundreds are expected to attend in contrast to previous years
whereas many as 200,000 showed up. businesses near moscone center are gearing up for increase in a lot of foot traffic. >> bring it on. we are ready. we are open and ready for people to come back. >> sales force puts emphasis on this globally. secondly it is important to tell the world that san francisco is open. it is open for business. you are welcome to come here. it is safe to meet here. >> local agencies promoting tourism hope high vaccination rates in the city will encourage other companies to host conventions soon. average u.s. daily death toll from covid-19 over last seven days surpassed 2,000 this weekend. that is first time since march 1 that deaths have been so high. meantime data from u.s. department of health shows 80% of icu beds in the country are now in use and about 30% of them are occupied by covid-19 patients. a new study by kaiser foundation found while most
large insurance companies waved cost sharing for covid-19 care in 2020, that is no longer the case for 2021. 72% of health insurance plans are no longer waving out of pocket costs for covid treatment. to dell rio texas, u.s. has started what may be swiftest expulsion of migrants in decades. biden administration is working to stem flow of haitian refugees into texas by blocking the mexican border. law enforcement began flying haitians back to their homeland sunday. agents set up a make shift processing site under a bridge and they're not wasting time. >> we are working around the enclosek to expeditiously move migrants out of the heat elements and from under the bridge to our processing facilities in order to quickly process and remove individuals from the united states. >> some migrants say they're afraid to return to haiti after the recent earthquake and political unrest.
more than 3,000 haitians have been moved from the camp and either put on planes or in detention centers. check this out, a close call after a navy jet went down in a residential neighborhood during a routine training flight. this was the scene over lake worth texas yesterday, the plume of black smoke pouring into the sky. miraculously the jet missed several homes and instead crashed into a backyard destroying some out buildings. a pilot, instructor, and student were ejected. one had to be rescued after their parachute got tangled in power lines. they were sent to the hospital. no people on the ground were injured and obviously the outcome could have been much worse. 6:37 is the time. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> why ntsb is asking tesla to pump the brakes on its full self driving expansion. niners travel to philly and it did not start great. no first down in the first quarter. can jimmy g get his team back
on track? the stock market opened about ten minutes ago, dow taking a hit down almost 500 points. diane king hall is breaking down the numbers right after the break. good morning, big news from pfizer in fight against covid- 19. we'll talk with dr. scott gottlieb about new data and when we can expect vaccines for kids under 12. anderson cooper talks about his new book. he dives into personal stories about his famous family and fortune. it was a big night for ted lasso and the crown. we'll
our day looking at san francisco and across the bay area with those offshore winds helping clear our skies. we have a high fire danger, tracking dangerous conditions for north bay mountains, east bay hills and valleys, tracking gusts as high as up to 66 miles per hour in the north bay mountains. i will have more on what you can expect. >> thank you. 6:42. let's get a look at monday stocks plus why facebook is firing back at the "wall street journal." elise preston is joining us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning. good morning. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes. the stocks are not looking good. let's take a look. deep in the red across the board dow jones down about 410 points, nasdaq also down 229 points and s&p 500 down 54 points. facebook is pushing back against a "wall street journal"
five part series on the social media giant. the stories alleged facebook allowed users to spread misinformation on covid-19 and the vaccine. concerns were raised about human traffickers on the platform and negative impacts instagram has on younger users. facebook called the series egregiously false. >> elise preston of cbs money watch, thank you. apple's managers dealing with unrest amongst employees. many revolve around a culture of secrecy that makes it difficult to speak out about some concerns in the workplace. the company says we are and have always been deeply committed to a positive workplace. we thoroughly investigate whenever a concern is raised and out of respect for privacy of any individuals involved we do not discuss specific employee matters. thousands of workers at
disneyland pushing for higher pay. a lawsuit involving about 25,000 employees says disney is legally obligated to pay a living wage. many say they're struggling to pay expenses including housing and food. the government wants tesla to hold off on its self driving program. this would allow self driving function to be used in cities as well as on highways. but head of the ntsb tells "wall street journal" tesla should address basic safety issues with the system before promoting wider usage. spacex, four civilian astronauts are on earth and elon musk is pledging 50 million to help push the space mission over the fund raising goal. the trip was partly to raise money for st. jude children's research hospital. this happened the mission exceed the $200 million goal. it became the first ever to
orbit carrying only space travelers. one was a 29-year-old cancer survivor. today scientists at nasa aims and mountain view will announce a landing site for an unmanned mission to the moon. this is supposed to be in late 2023, nasa hoping to map the concentration of ice as well as other substances. the niners trying to go 2-0 to start the season and eagles were up by a field goal and looking for more when san francisco defense made a goal line stand and then 49ers' offense got going just before half time. jimmy garoppolo completing a 97- yard touchdown drive. in the fourth, niners made another. the final score was niners 17, eagles 11. giants faced tough atlanta
pitching at oracle park. the starter tossed seven shut out innings and allowed only three hits. braves bats came alive in the 7th with a two run homer and a solo blast at the water. braves won 3-0 and giants lead over dodgers in nl west is now just one game. giants begin their final road trip of the season tuesday night in san diego for three with the padres and three in denver. >> dodgers will be at coors field this week followed by three at arizona. i have to admit, i only get really excited when it gets to this point. >> as you should. orange october in the bay area is so much fun. >> for sure. all right. we have that sunshine. we are looking at temperatures on the rise as we look to our afternoon today and especially for tomorrow. you can see a gorgeous start to the day, those golden colors out there with sunrise, sales
force tower camera as we look east at mount diablo. offshore winds are helping clear the skies, clear skies across the bay area, in the 40s, 50s, to about 60 degrees. concord you are 57 and also in san jose, 60 oakland, 57 san jose, a chilly 48 degrees in santa rosa. i am tracking gusty offshore winds in fact really watching mountain peaks, mount st. helena blocking gusts up to 66 miles per hour, mount diablo 61, knoxville 43, uc berkeley on campus, 22-mile per hour wind gust and 18 in orinda. tracking dangerous fire weather conditions, red flag warning for the north bay mountains, east bay hills and valleys and that's until 8:00 tonight because of offshore winds, dry air, relative humidity values plummeting through the day and hot temps inland. we are seeing strongest winds with the offshore wind event
and watching north bay mountains for high winds. as we go thh day we are going to see winds easing through the afternoon and especially for this evening. that's why the red flag warning will expire at 8:00 tonight. we are going to see dry air in place, temperatures are going to be warming up because of the dry air and we are looking at relative humidity values plummeting down to 11% in fairfield, 14% brentwood, 13% for napa, concord, as well as for livermore this afternoon. it still looks pretty dry as we look to your tuesday. let's check our temperatures as we go through our day, 80s and 90s inland with sunshine, 93 concord, 90 liver more and also for san rafael. around the bay mid to upper 70s, peula, low to mid 80s and along the coast with sunshine, 70 in pacifica. on futurecast, you see all the sunshine for today. that will continue for your tuesday and in fact tomorrow is even hotter. tomorrow will be the warmest
day of the week. your hour by hour temperature forecast taking you through today with again warm to hot conditions and for tomorrow, it does look even hotter especially inland for your tuesday. seven-day forecast, san francisco, oakland, san jose there we go with temperatures heating up more for your tuesday and cooler with onshore flow kicking in wednesday through the work week into our weekend. inland east bay and north bay, gusty offshore winds today but check out tomorrow, it gets even hotter and then looking at temperatures cooler wednesday and through the work week and into our weekend. let's check with anne for a look at traffic on this monday morning. 11 minutes before 7:00. these cars are blocking the fast line and traffic censors are showing very slow speeds approaching the site of the crash. highway 84 west bound approaching 680 is also seeing
a back up. san mateo bridge, a few cars heading west bound in the commute direction. it will take about 12 minutes to drive from highway 880 in hayward to highway 101 in foster city. bay bridge toll plaza seeing a big back up, metering lights are on. it will take over 15 minutes to drive from the maze into san francisco. a quick check on main travel times, it is slow going for super commuters on west bound 580 and slow on west bound highway 4 from highway 160 to i- 80. television celebrated biggest stars and shows at last night's primetime emmy awards. net flix the crown was named best drama series and its stars won for portrayals of queen elizabeth ii and prince charles. the crown won best supporting actor and actress, writing, directing awards. another net flix queen reigned supreme, queen's gambit named
outstanding limited series. >> this is for the fans who told their friends dude you gotta watch the orphan girl chess drama. >> i think i said those exact words. emmys went to saturday night live and cbs late night talker steven colbert. >> i want to thank cbs for giving us the show every night. i want to thank ted lasso for not being in the category. >> those shows won a lot of awards. ru paul made emmy history, became most awarded person of color in emmy history with 11 wins. the latest prize was for best reality competition program for ru paul's drag race. we posted the full list of winners at kpix.com. >> it was a good show, nice to see everybody back together. >> having fun. it was a fun night. china could ban a movie filmed in san francisco. >> the film board has not
approved for release. >> thought i could change my name and start a new life. >> the chinese nationalists reportedly have criticized the star who was born in china but grew up in canada. so far it is the year's top grossing film in u.s., spent its third weekend at the top of the box office, grossed over $177 million. eight minutes before 7:00. next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> we continue coverage of the dangerous fire conditions, a final update from the weather center and napa county, next. remember this guy? he walked from l.a. to san francisco in a bear suit and apparently he is continuing his journey. the progress that he has made over the last couple months. streaming today on cbsn bay area, medical monday with stanford healthcare. a doctor talks about covid boosters and if they're
here is a live look with our treasure island camera. you see a pretty view with clear skies as we look to san francisco and our sales force tower camera with that golden sunrise as we look southeast. offshore winds helping clear our skies but watching high fire danger with the red flag warning in effect for the north bay mountains, east bay hills and valleys. because of gusty offshore winds gusts have been as high as 66 miles per hour this morning. we are looking at warm to hot conditions inland, 80s and 90s around the bay, mid to upper 70s this afternoon. i am justin andrews live in napa county because customers here and in solano county were
notified about possible shut offs happening today. that's thanks to the gusty, dry winds that our weather team has been talking about for a few days. winds are set to bring a higher than normal wildfire risk from energized power lines. pge expects to cut power to about 7100 customers in ten counties across the state. as of sunday night shut offs were expected to affect more than 1,000 customers in napa and about 800 in solano county. a few minutes ago i checked online and it shows some outages in the richmond area but in napa county, it doesn't appear there are any as of now. the lights are still on so that is good news. be sure you check on the website, pge's website to see if your area is affected. justin andrews, kpix5. 6:57, time for a look at other top stories. pfizer says the covid-19
vaccine works for kids ages 5 to 11. >> the company is seeking authorization soon. pfizer studied a lower dose of the two dose vaccine in more than 2200 kindergarteners and elementary school aged kids. the kids developed coronavirus fighting antibody levels as strong as teens and young adults. a live look from san jose where starting today, you have to show proof of your covid-19 vaccination to get into large event centers like the convention center. negative covid tests will only be allowed for people with medical exemptions. sf chronical reports west contra costa unified canceled its special board meeting tomorrow over implementing vaccine mandate. the district says it is not quite ready for the meeting. fbi agents believe they've found the body of gabby petito who vanished during a trip with her fiance. remains were found at a camp site in wyoming. the fiance is a person of interest in the case and is
still missing. hundreds will attend a three day sales force event at moscone center. nearby businesses are preparing for extra foot traffic. update on the accident south bound highway 680 in sunol. all lanes are open but showing slow speeds approaching. highway 84 west bound approaching highway 680 also seeing a slow down. bay bridge toll plaza, a big back up, metering lights are on. it will take over 18 minutes from the maze into san francisco. you may remember in april we told you about a guy in a giant bear suit walking from los angeles to san francisco. now he's made it all the way to oklahoma. >> no stopping this guy. he is at his halfway mark, tulsa, still in the same bear suit which has to smell really rank right now. his goal is to end in new york city and he is doing it for charity including active minds and autism society of america. >> i am sure he stops in certain places and gets a wash
down, wipe down inside and out. >> one would hope so. the news continues all day on cbsn bay area >> cbs ♪ welcome to cbs mornings and hello to you, our viewers in the west. happy monday, i'm gayle king. >> i'm tony dokoupil. >> and i'm nate burleson. >> yes, he is. let's go straight to today's eye opener, it's your world in 90 seconds. as we get into october we will see the vaccines for children get enough data to be presented. pfizer says its covid vaccine is safe for kids as young as five. former fda chief scott gottlieb weighs in on that. >> a lot of people feel that the advice they got from public health officials wasn't