tv Today in the Bay NBC November 24, 2015 4:30am-5:01am PST
backing its way into your backic its way into your commute, rain looming over the bay area this morning. car care kari is tracking it. the reigning champs set their sights on an all-time record. plus a flight over airspace, either miscommunication or direct confrontation leads to a downed military plane over the world's most volatile area. "today in the bay" starts right now. good tuesday thank, very much for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. kari, we expect some rain and
possibly snow from the system? >> it's likely we'll see both. and some rain is moving into the bay area now. if you have an early start, you are lucky. you're hitting the road before all of that moves into the bay area later on this morning. we are starting to see the clouds moving in. in some spots we still see the peeks of the moon coming occupy. looking at only mid 50s all the across the bay area as that rain moves in. it will be windy, we're expecting sierra snow, king tides, and i'll detail all of that coming up. kari, all the stuff you talked about going on today, we're hoping for lighter traffic flow it is. it is a vacation week for many, but the volume is pretty standard at this time of the morning. there's a crash up in the north way, a car went off the roadway.
this is palo alto, an easy, light drive here as well as the rest of the bay. back to you. we do have some breaking news from the south bay. a search is under way in campbell for two people after a chase with deputies. this is a live look at the scene. it unfolded earlier this morning, and right now we know deputies are setting up a perimeter along an elementary school as this continues. we'll bring you any developments. "today in the bay's" stephanie chuang is heading to the scene. more breaking news abroad. a russian wear plane shot down in the sky by turkey. russia denying allegations that the plane controlled the syrian border into the turkish airspace. >> what do we know about the pilot? >> laura and sam, wee getting records that one of the two
russian pilots who ejected from a war plane like this one is now in the hands of rebels in that region. let's get to the video. you can clearly see something going terribly wrong. it's a stream of smoke and sfm flames. it then drashs into what is the turkmen mountain regions near the coast. you can see how close it is to the border with syria where russia started air strikes against opponents emof bashar al assad. the commander of the rebel group that calls itself the 10th brigade told associated that the two russian crew members tried to land in government-controlled area of turkey, but instead felt into rebel fire as he felt. they say that one pilot was shot and dead upon landing. it's not clear what if after
warning that ten times in five minutes it was violating airspace. nato is planning an emergency meeting at turkey's request to talk about what's next, but certainly we expect a lot of developments this morning. >> we know you'll continue to follow them. thank you very much, kris. president hollande is heading to washington to meet with president obama at the white house. the main focus. >> how france can continue to ramp up their tefrt, including in the category of military contributions that france is prepared to make. >> it is believed the two will talk about the possibility of ground troops in syria. until now, president obama has been reluctant to send in more than a few special operations
troops. today's meeting is supposed to tar in 2 1/2 hours. tra tracey potts is following these development. they say timing is everything, and the timing of today's rain could put a bit of a damper into your morning community here. >> not only the community, but people hitting the road for the thanksgiving holiday. it starts out with some rain that's now moving into northern california. it's some heavy rain at that. we'll see that later on. if you have an early start, you are going to beat all of this wet weather. now, we'll start to see this moving into the north bay by 7:00 or 8:00, then into san francisco by 9:00. that's right in time for a lot of people get out for work or
once again getting an early start on the holiday travel. by noon we are seeing this moving into the south bay. we take a break for a few hours and the next round moves in. so we are looking at highs today only in the low 60s. i'll detail that in a few minutes. let's see how it looks with mike. >> over toward 580, where yesterday was a horrible driving starting at about account. this morning there's a nice easy flow. the map will show you there's no slowing on the centers, eastbound get out of the area in livermore. as kari is talking about. the getaway traffic is common this week. we're looking at a good flow of traffic. golden gate bridge, we'll track that. >> mike, thank you very much. not only are they nba champs, you knew that, but the warriors are in the process of rewriting the nba record book. the team is on the verge of
breaking yet another record. can they really start the season 16-0? that would be an nba new mark. this is a live look at oracle in oak lend where tonight a sellout crowd is paying big bucs to witness hopefully a piece of history. if the warriors win they'll become the first team in history to start 16-0. some diehard fans came looking for tickets. right now standing room only tickets are going for $300. close to the floor, think around the lines of $2,000. tip-off is set for 7:30. well, coming up next, public funds to private drinking. we investigate claims of inappropriate spending at community colleges.
unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. now to an investigative unit exclusive. beer, wine and martinis, the investigative unit investigates how a chancellor is using his district credit card to pay for alcohol. >> vickie nguyen has details for us. good morning we're talking about ron galatono. he oversees 42,000 students at three campuses, kenyatta, skyline and -- what he doesn't do is always follow the rules
with a district credit card. he paid for hundreds of dallas of alcohol while doing business. the chancellor first told us he knew of the policy, then said he didn't know if it was valid at the time of the purchases, then he said he wasn't aware of the policy. the chancellor also says he reimbursed the district for $30, but did not provide any proof. we asked the board of trustees to respond. the president said the expenses are, quote, within the parameter of what the board expects of the chancellor. in other words, they're fine with it. listen to the chancellor explain the charges himself and see the alcohol he bought. our full report is on-line at nbcbayarea.com. just click on the investigations tab. guys? if you have a tip, give us a call. or send us an e-mail. those holidays are inching closer. up next, it's not just santa
we have some gusty winds in the forecast, so let's get to it. you can see the moon and the clouds starting to roll in from the north bay, so looking very nice. you have an advantage. we'll have to deal with some heavy rain, and then it does start to dry up as we head into the afternoon. so for today road trick lining pretty good, and then later on this afternoon we will have very chilly temperatures, and then you'll -- we're watching the rain as it continues to move in. we see some right reds in there indicating -- we'll start to see this moving this by 8:00, 9:00, and then it gets heavier and moving all across the bay area,
leaving us with a pretty good soaking. once again this afternoon we'll be dry, we'll get some clearing and the next round of rain moving in early tomorrow morning. highs today only in the mid 50s, and for the north bay 56 degrees in napa, oakland 57. not a wide range in these temperatures. we're all in the mid 50s. if you will be driving into the sierra or driving even through, you'll have to deal with the snowe that begins later today and continues into early tomorrow. winter storm warnings are now in effect. that continues until 4:00 wednesday morning. we'll also have anywhere from 4 to 12 inches lake level and for the bay area, we're looking at about a quarter of an inch of rain, but there mae by spots getting about a half inch of rain between today and early tomorrow, then we'll see things getting chilly out there.
you can see the forecast, once the cold air settles in, it will take a while before we start to see things warming up. we'll see how the commute is warming up. yesterday we had a lot of low clouds and fog. but showing -- so we're seeing a smooth drive, but the only that may be an overnight crash. there's a car on the shoulder facing the wrong way, but there's nobody hanging out there. meanwhile, it looks night. that's traditional, but no problems over here through sunol. we'll track your whole commute hoping for a lighter tuesday, but we'll see how things build. back to you. >> it sure is. if google can drive your car, why can't it handle your money? let's turn to landon downey will have at cnbc world
headquarters. good morning. hey there, good morning. stocks may build some pressure for the second straight day. the markets flipped on monday posting marginal losses after coming off one of the best weeks of the year. leek for data on home prices, a and a revised look of gdp. but off on 31 points for 17,792. the nasdaq down to 5102. u.s. retailers searching for evidence of data breaches after a cybersecurity firm warns about new malicious software. the modware can evade nearly all security software, can scrape? numbers from the memory of units, and they are not naming any stores that may have been targeted. google launching a new tool called google compare that helps
potential home buyers, you enter data such as property value, downpayment, credit score, and it gives tailored results, including lend are ratings and reviews. it's only available in california currently, but may expand to other states. >> thanks a lot. "consumer reports" is out with the new naughty and nice list. tops in the nice category, cvs pharmacy, getting credit for the walk-in medical clinics. jetblue also on the list for offering free broadband. and also target is matching the lowest price of the competitors. the complete list is on a consumerreports.org. many california schools are doling out less suspensions these days with a positive ripple effect. a new you can la study conclusion that fewers suspensions have led to higher
test scores. the three-year study are some rates have been lowered by as much as half, including west contra costa schools. schools are trying instead to work with teachers to better relate to students, as a result, students senior performing better in the classroom. some neighbors lifting up a wrecked car off a bicyclist. this happened just south of downtown san jose. the paramedics rushed the bicyclist to the hospital with major injuries. this is after neighborhoods lifted a car off of the victim. then they held three men in a car that smashed into several others. no night on my watch. if i had to tie him with mice hose, i was going to tie them with my hose. >> one of the men is 31-year-old
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we are starting to see this range moving into -- far to the north. and also the king tides are back. we will have that concern of some flooding along the coastline, and we'll see them coming up late this morning. maybe they'll have to deal with roadway flooding, so keep that in mind as you head out the next few days. let's see how the rooms are moving with mike. over by the dumbarton bridge, the road gets low there, as we're watching for king tides, we're watching out. we're hoping this is not as much of a problem. vacation week and of course it's 4:54 in the morning, you wouldn't expect a backup. we'll show you the north bay.
again we should see a lighter flow of traffic, because it's a vacation week for many. >> mike, thank you very much. when the storm rolls in and the power goes out, you may see one of these trucks pull up outside. one of the so-called bucket trucks capable of powering up to 100 homes. the trucks were used raely during the valley and butte wildfires. to an investigative unit exclusive, water supplies could be contaminated after hazardous chemicals from an oil field seeped underground. now more than seven months later, local and state regulators are waiting on the results of water quality test. tonight at 11:00, we explain how the livermore leak happened and why officials still cannot
respond to basic safety questions about it. >> are people potentially at risk? >> i'm not going to say they are at risk, and i'm not going to say that they are. i wouldn't say they are a trace or not. >> tonight and 11:00 we'll show you the paper trail of documents we obtained. and what the company in charge of the lake has to say about it. if i have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call, or send us an e-mail. president obama later today is set to honor the 2015 medal of honor recipients at the white house, including a giant legend. it is, of course, america's highest civilian award. there are 17 honorees this among, among them the longest
bay area this morning. kari's tracking wet, windy conditions set to swoop in from rain looming over the bay area this morning. and breaking news, the search for suspects. plus flight over airspace, either miscommunication or direct confrontation leads to a downed russian plane over one of the most volatile areas in the world. "today in the bay" starts right now. a very good tuesday morning to you. thanks solve for joining us. >> a volatile start outside, at least it will be for you this morning. a live look. it looks calm, it does look nice. you can still see the moon out there. a live look at the transamerica building and san francisco ahead of some rain and chilly temperatures this morning. we'll have more on how communities across the bay area are preparing for the storm in a
couple minutes. >> but first to kari hall tracking the latest. >> the rain is moving into northern california at this point. as we go into the commute time, but now if you're getting out on the roads, you have an early start, it is looking good, and we are starting to see those clouds rolling in. chilly temperatures in the mid 40s for the north bay and south bay, low 50s for san francisco. the temperatures will not warm up as we go through the day, so it will be windy, wet, and also chilly, and more of that weather as we go into tomorrow as well. i'll talk about that, snow in the sierra, the flooding concern and strong winds, all coming up in the microclimate forecast, let's see how things are going. >> kari, before all this stuff you're going to talk about comes in, it's very calm. we'll look at your map, only equally smooth drive there.