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here are the nominees for best actress in a motion picture, drama. >> cate blanchett, "carol." [ applause ] brie larson, "room." [ applause ] rooney mara, "carol." [ applause ] saoirse ronan, "brooklyn." [ applause ] alicia vikander, "the danish girl." [ applause ] and the golden globe goes to -- brie larson, "room." [ applause ]
>> thank you so much. thank you to the hollywood foreign press. it's been such a pleasure getting to know you. you're such an incredible bunch of people. [ laughter ] um, this movie means so much to me and so, i need to start at the beginning with emma donahue who wrote the novel. i'm glad lenny abramson took it over to create the film. he had people around him, ethan toteman, our production design, myself, jacob tromblay, half of this award, my performance. i have to thank my team. my mom. i can't believe this. um, i am so incredibly grateful. thank you to my friends, my family who supported me, thank
you 824 for taking this all the way. um and thank you alex, my love. i can't believe this. i'm sorry to anyone i forgot. i will write you a thank you card. okay. [ applause ] >> announcer: from "the hunger games," last year's golden globe actress in a drama, julianne moore. [ applause ] >> here are the nominees for best actor in a motion picture drama. bryan cranston, "trumbo." leonardo dicaprio, "the revenant." [ applause ] michael fassbender, "steve jobs." [ applause ] eddie redmayne, "the danish girl." [ applause ] and will smith, "concussion."
[ applause ] and the golden globe goes to -- leonardo dicaprio. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. thank you. thank you. thank you. what an incredible honor. what -- wow, that meant a lot. thank you so much. thank you to the hfpa and to the other fantastic performances in
this category, you guys were unbelievable. what a terrific year in film. two years ago, we found ourselves submerged deep in nature with all of its complications and all the beauty that it gave us scinematicall y. this was about trust and no one we trust more than our director, alejandro g. inarritu. your leadership, your vision, your acute attention to making every day so visceral and real for us, i have never had an experience like this in my entire life. the depths which he chevo and the entire crew went through is unfathomable and i really want to thank the actors that i got to stand shoulder to shoulder with in this film, in particular, my good friend, tom
hardy, who is a beast, an unbelievable talent, was there every single day, who i know in real life would never bury me alive and leave me out in the cold to die like that. my makeup artist, sean grigg, you are an unbelievable talent, thank you for all the genius you have brought to this movie. i have to thank all the people involved in making this film, mary parent, steve golan, brad westin, jim gianopolous. but arnon milc nchlmilchan, no would stick with a film to the end like you. my team, rick, steve, gretchen, rick, schaub, thank you for pushing me constantly to make choices like this, my parents, i love you dearly. my friends, you know who you are. and lastly, i want to share this award with all the first nations people represented in this film and all the indigenous communities around the world. it is time that we recognize
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>> announcer: welcome back to the golden globes much and now from the frds awakorce awa from, "the force awakens", harrison ford. >> once again it the nominees for motion picture drama. >> announcer: "carol." "mad max: fury road." "the revenant." "room." "spotlight." [ applause ] >> and the golden globe goes
to -- "the revenant." [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: coming to the stage and accepting the golden globe tonight is writer/director -- producer of "the revenant," alejandro g. inarritu. [ applause ] >> my god. >> speech. speech. speech. >> sorry, there's a lot of kissing here. i forgot to say thanks to mark, my co-writing partner, all the
native americans who help us make this film possible. and, i don't know, i want -- somebody, guys, please jump to do something. i cannot say how surprised i am and how proud i am to have survived this film with all these fellas. please. tony. >> wow, thank you guys so much. this is such a surprise, brad westin, arnon, everybody at regioncy, fox, we love you so much. this was an incredible experience. alejandro, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, everybody. >> and leo, of course. >> come, come, come, come. >> thank you. i'm afraid that's it. we're out of time. for myself and mel gibson, shalom.
>> announcer: the nomination ballots are mailed to all eligible members of the hollywood foreign press association, who choose up to five nominees in each category. on the final ballots, the same members vote for one nominee in each category. information concerning the final results is known only to the accounting firm of ernst & young, llp prior to tonight's opening of the sealed envelopes. this is shawn parr for "the 73rd annual golden globe awards."
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golden globe awards. that breaking news. david . good evening, everyone. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> i'm peggy bunker. we are on late because of the golden globes. david bowie has died. after an 18-month battle with cancer. >> he was in pop, funk, punk, the list goes on during his 40-plus year career p.
this was posted to facebook. david bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18-month battle with cancer. while many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family's privacy during their time of grief. i was fortunate enough to see him on the serious moonlight tour in the coliseum with "let's dance." >> "modern love." his music is the sound track to a whole generation. >> we will follow this and give you updates as soon as we get them. >> sad news there. police do say that it could be the first shooting death ever on a b.a.r.t. train. detectives are hunting for the man behind the gun. this video given to us by a passenger on the train. it shows frantic moments after shots rang out. one man is dead. nbc bay area's christie smith is live in front of the west oakland b.a.r.t. station. christie actually talked to the passenger who took the footage.
>> reporter: that's right. some people on that train say they weren't sure what was happening or how far this shooter would go, that it all happened very quickly. some of them got down on the floor of the train. others they say stepped in to help. >> horrified for a long time. >> reporter: brad chapin was riding b.a.r.t. when someone shooting in the train next to his. he was watching a video on his phone. >> someone next to me was diving over me. because i was in the aisle seat. i didn't really hear the shots, i don't think. i don't know. it was just so quick. so i sort of like got down. i'm like what the heck is going on. >>. >> reporter: chapin held his backpack as a shield. he taped the moments after. he said a man told them to get down. some ran. others caught their breath and tried to help the man who was shot. >> the man sitting next to him gave him cpr for like 10 minutes. >> reporter: he said some found nurses in the crowd and others blocked the view.
>> i was impressed with how cool and collected they were. >> reporter: chapin is studying psychology and tried to assist riders. despite the effort, the man did not survive. b.a.r.t. police searched for the shooter for hours. some riders told us they are feeling uneasy. >> nervous, shaken. but again, i just try to hope for the best. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. was interviewing witnesses and checking surveillance tape. now at this point, b.a.r.t. has not set what, if anything, might be on those surveillance tapes that could be helpful. reporting live in oakland, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> thanks very much. this just in. man shot and killed in the north bay tonight. it happened near maple and reese avenues. police say the 22-year-old man was on the ground and dead when they arrived. he had been shot multiple times. police have not released his name. and are not saying anything about a possible suspect.
natural causes, that's what a newly-released autopsy shows about a controversial inmate death at the santa clara county jail. walter roaches died in september. after a guard sprayed roaches with pepper spray and removed him from his cell. the medical center said that roaches died from a blood infection and other chronic health problems including high blood pressure and drug use. his death is one of many controversies facing the jail. three deputies are facing murder charges after the death of another inmate, michael tie ree. in that case, tyree was severely beaten by the guard. >> police across the bay area are looking for this woman, denise davis. she purposefully hit a police officer with her car on friday in daily city and apparently she's done it before. davis was already wanted for striking another person with her car. if you see davis or know anything about her with wr abouts, daily city would certainly love to hear from you.
they are also tweeting about this. not mincing words about the incident. chp retweeted the daily city tweet who said, be on the look out for this pathetic menace who ran down a police officer with her car. >> a missing uc graduate student, crews tell us they found several items who they believe belong to her at the lighthouse. the 22-year-old was reported missing yesterday. police say she was reportedly depressed and possibly suicidal. she was last seen about 1:30 thursday morning in burkely. zhang was scheduled to fly to china yesterday morning but never showed up for the flight. >> passing showers across the bay area today, not much, but enough to get the roads wet. let's take a live at the bay bridge. traffic moving smoothly. rob knows and joins us now. >> barely enough to get the windshield wipers going for maybe two minutes. earlier we had light rain.
51 degrees and you could see the bands of very light showers. passing on by. enough to wet the ground in spots. as we go through tonight we will continue to see batches of showers coming on and very weak system here crossing over the coast, leaving the showers in the forecast as we go through the morning, our totals here, now just barely enough to measure. some places not getting anything out of the first system of 3 to 4 now. we will see over the next 6 to 7 days. a chance to get the windshield wipers going at times for the morning commute and things dry out for the afternoon. but the waves cranking up again. high surf advisory starts tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. could see the wave hikes up to 20 feet again at times. and this setting the stage for stormier weather to follow. especially wednesday and as we approach next weekend, we will look at the two stronger storms coming up in the forecast in a few minutes. back to you. >> rob, thanks a lot. >> fire officials have increased the number of firefighters on duty at san jose manetta international airport following an nbc bay area investigation
last spring. now the a the time, our team got only four firefighters work any given shift at the airport. >> quite surprising. experts call this a safety hazard. the airport increased staffing by 50% but is that even enough. our senior investigative reporter steven stock joins us now with the follow-up. >> sjc airport officials say they increased the number of firefighters because of an increase in the number in size of airplanes now using san jose manetta international airport. even the top safety experts says that's not enough and he says the airport is risking passenger safety. >> last may, we discovered that san jose mineta international airport had one of the lowest staffing levels compared to other airports its size in the country. only three fire fighters and a captain were duty at any one time at sjc.
that meant in the event of an emergency, left in charge of the coordinating the response, that left only one, one firefighters to help rescue and evacuate passengers from any airline wreckage. even if it was a massive passenger plane such as a boeing 777 like the asiana crass. when asiana went down in july of 2013, there were 23 firefighters on duty and on the scene only minutes after the crash. the ntsb crash investigation credited san francisco's staffing levels as being quote instrumental in responding quickly and saving lives. >> in san jose is marginally inadequate. >> terribly disturbing to me. >> months after the story aired, san jose city council approving more money for the airport to upgrade fire fighting capability adding two more firefighters per shift plus another truck.
>> actually return to the staffing levels we had prior to the reduction when flights were a little more prevalent in those aircraft sizes. >> overseeing the operations for san jose's fire department. >> i'm happy on a lot of levels. the economy is doing better. we are drawing larger aircraft more frequently. it gives us the opportunity to provide a higher level of service. >> with more international flight and larger airplanes flying out of sjc, the airport was required by faa rule to increase its emergency response capability. as sjc had been classified as a sea airport and four firefighters and two arf trucks there met the minimum requirement. but because of increased traffic beginning in october, sjc was reclassified as an index d airport. that meant under faa rules, it had to have more firefighters and extra truck at the ready. >> new regulations for d require us to have three arf vehicles
and proper amount of staff to operate those vehicles. >> john aiken is assistant director at san jose manetta airport. >> san jose is a safe airport. san jose hasn't add major accident. and if we do, i feel confident that san jose fire department will be here it take care of the situation. >> several sources tell us that nbc bay area story plus concern by delta air lines also played a big role in the increase in personnel there. according to these e-mails, the sjc dating back it february of last year, delta air lines insisted on higher minimum staffing for safety. the e-mail showed that delta paid san jose to staff more firefighters before the airline would land at sjc with a chartered 747 aircraft. >> we had the extra truck and so we accommodated delta so that they could meet their minimum. >> critics say it's still not enough. >> we're one firefighter to the
good. >> john carr wrote the book, literally, on aircraft/fire fighting skills and procedures. he and colleague, les oman, served as firefighters at sjc in the 1970s. they then wrote procedures for arff training around the world. >> it is all nice on paper. but when you don't have the bodies, it is hard to recreate them. >> especially now with the size of planes firing in and out of san jose manetta. >> there is just not those people to work those size of aircraft. >> such as this 787 dreamliner, carrying 250 people, eight different exit doors and emergency escape slide. even with the extra personnel added, that leaves two people, instead of one, left to man the eight emergency exit slides in the event of an emergency. john carr says that simply is not enough. >> in my honest opinion, absolutely not.
i mean, how does two people even get close to managing eight exits on an airplane. >> we checked with other index d airports around the country and found only oakland had comparable staffing levels. all other index d we checked with had higher firefighter rescue staffing than san jose. >> are there enough firefighters on-site here? >> in our discussion with san jose fire, they are very comfortable with the fact that they can be here expeditiously with the additional staff and rigs to support the airport. >> john carr, as well as two other safety expert in this field, tell us that san jose manetta is not alone. they say too many airports have too few fire fighting resources on hand in the rare event of an aircraft emergency. these critics blame the faa for not requiring more personnel at
every airport. as for the faa, they told us it its arff requirements are adequate. >> now if you have a tip for investigative unit, give us a call. 1-8 88-996-tips. you can also e-mail the unit at nbcbayarea.c nbcbayarea.com. >> burglars took her money, they took her jewelry, took her computer. but she needs your help to get one thing in particular returned to her. that story, coming up. >> plus, do the 49 ers have their eye on a new head coach? on that man. hue jackson interviewing with the team. a big meeting tomorrow that could change the future for the niners. >> one of hollywood's biggest night, the goalen globes. live report from los angeles. with the most talked about moments and also the best and worst dressed. >> news: rock legend david bowie
news that david bowie died after a long battle with cancer. he was surrounded by family and friends. he just released his 47th album. he released that earlier this month. his work ran the gamut from rock and roll to punk. news is shaking music fans around the world tonight. jewelry and electronics stolen from a home in fremont. but the homeowner says the most prized possession taken is the one on four legs. look at this puppy. zee zee. a pure bred shitzshu worth hundreds of dollars. >> police investigators here don't know if the dog was this specific target the burglary or simply grabbed along with a lot of valuables. >> this is a lock smith installing new locks.
this is where burglars broke in friday afternoon stealing a computer, jewelry, and 11-month-old zee zee. she had stitches from being spayed removed just a day before. >> she still has marks on her stomach. if she has that on her stomach, she is definitely my zee zee. >> zee zee is not a show dog but is valuable in other ways. >> i want you to return the dog as soon as possible. you can just return her to a shelter so they can contact me. the chip sin side. >> the microchip has li's information. >> fremont police are asking for the public's help. especially if the thief put zee zee up for sale. >> often thieves will post a pet on craigslist. if you own a pet store or work at one, be aware of this.
>> li, herself, reached out via internet. but so far no response. >> i want my dog. you can take everything, but return my dog. >> the american kennel club says that pet theft in general nationwide has been rising steadily each year since 2007. the fremont police say if you have any information about the dog stolen in this particular case, that may be reported anonymously. reporting live in fremont, i'm chuck coppola, nbc news. >> take anything but the dog. thank you. we have coverage on the fight between the nfl and youth league soccer group over a field behind levi stadium. crews worked on city-own eld fields. the fields are on loan to the nfl leading up to super bowl 50. the soccer league is suing saying that plan violate prior agreements called for light use of this land.
the city also has another field but it is not regulation size. if you're an oakland raiders fan tonight, you may also be a dallas cowboys fan. here's why. according to the los angeles daily news, cowboys owner jerry jones hasn't formally proposed the rams and chargers but they share a stadium in inglewood. that would be instead of the raiders and chargers sharing a stadium in the los angeles suburb of carson. a proposal will definitely get noticed. he is one of the league's most colorful owners. teams are meeting this week to decide which teams could move to los angeles next season. >> powerball fever is gripping the country. the lottery jackpot with estimated $1.3 billion up for grabs on wednesday. while no one won last night, $950 million, someone in fremont
is about to be richer. this 7-eleven you see here, sold a ticket that had 5 of the 6 numbers on it. pay out yb nearly, $780,000. the store will get a few thousand dollars for just selling that winning ticket. >> people are ready for that drawing on wednesday. >> you can still have a lot of fun playing. >> one party so over but another one is no doubt just beginning in hollywood tonight. >> golden globes wrapped up after honoring the year's best in movies and television. nbc's gina kim joins us live from the beverly hilton where it happened with a look at some of the night's winners. gina? >> that's right. terry and peggy. the martian and "the revenant" become the biggest winners of the evening. biggest loser was the critically acclaimed and my personal favorite "spotlight", and "carol." with five nominations, the most,
but won none of them. >> "the revenant." >> that frontier revenge epic was a revelation at golden globes. three major wins. including best drama, best director and best actor for leonardo dicapprio. >> this movie was about adaptation. >> for the hostage drama "room", brie larson. and "martian", for best musical or comedy and matt damon for best actor. jennifer lawrence talked to her frequent director after winning best actress for their collaboration "joy." >> i want us to be buried next to each other. i really do. >> cookie's alter ego passed out cookies on her way to get an ward for "empire." mad men, final season.
and "mr. robot" captured best drama. two upset for the amazon's streaming series, mozart for best drama. rachel bloom surprised too. >> oh, my god. >> winning best actress for "crazy ex girlfriend." the night's highlight included a standing ovation for sylvester stallone's first ever globe. best supporting actor for "creed", plague the role he originated nearly four decades ago. >> i'm thanking my imaginary friend, rocky balboa, for being the best friend i ever had. >> a golden moment on a golden night. >> and worth noting, two big tv winners, mr. robot and mozart in the jungle were not made by the big three traditional networks. >> interesting.
i know people were griping about "the martian" going into the musical or comedy. some people say it was a drama, not a comedy at all. >> well, let's face it. about three of the films in the comedy category were not really comedies or musical. the only two that really belonged there was "spy" and "train wreck" and the hollywood foreign press association is especially getting a lot of flak for dividing categories as they do this year. but of course the reason why they do that and the reason why the film companies that make those films put them into those categories is so they can up their chances of winning, against movies like "the revenant" and "spotlight." >> you and gina -- >> you can hear the party in the background. >> you and gina are wearing the same color dress. >> we called each other. >> also a big winner tonight, rob mayeda, best meteorologist.
>> right now we have a little bit of rain around san jose. but nothing that's going to cause any rain gauges or to spill over by tomorrow morning. 47 degrees right now in liver more and san francisco 51. right around 6 to 7:00 tonight you might have noticed we had showers pass on by. and this is the nature of the first of the few systems we will see this week. it is actually falling apart at the finish line here. crossing into the bay area. you can see how it is looking ragged here off-shore. just enough live. just enough moisture we could see sprinkles between now and midday tomorrow and very likely taking the added boost of the coastal hilltop in peninsula to ring out a few extra rain drops. meantime, probably not seeing a whole lot. you will notice as we head towards around mid afternoon tomorrow, most of the action focused in there on the north bay so the first system very weak and rain totals here still looking very light and it's been holding up this way through the evening doing nothing on the
map. and that's a tenth inch of rain. but the waves have come up starting at 9:00 tomorrow morning. high surf advisory. taking us through tuesday. as we go have stronger storms out in the pacific that will eventually come our way and bring better chances of rain approaching the later part of the week. so times mainly for the first half of the day. mid to upper 50s around san jose. san francisco into the north bay. best chance of seeing ongoing showers. there, up towards santa rosa and tri-valley highs in the mid 50s. so the stronger storm, compared to what we see now comes in tuesday night. wednesday morning commute, a lot of wind and rain wednesday morning and we will see probably at least a half inch or more out of the midweek system with another system quickly following into thursday. tuesday looks dry. warmer. wednesday, windy and wet, few showers into thursday and then another system is going to come on in as we approach the weekend. here we go again. storms stacking up in the pacific. wednesday into thursday.
about a half inch to 1.5 inches of lane for most of the bay area. gusty wind up to 35 miles per hour. and then there's that thursday system right behind it. here is a preview of next weekend late friday into saturday. there you go again. three quarters inch of rain especially in the north bay. in the next half hour, show you how much of the rain will linger for the weekend. and a fourth system arriving bit end of the weekend and just a complete rain-out for next weekend. well let you know. there will be a break for next weekend. we will show you when in the next half hour. >> looking forward to that. >> also nominate him for best weather graphic. >> look at that. always. >> yeah. >> nicely done. >> coming up, virtual valet. a feature for owners that makes parking oh, so easy. >> also, sean penn and el chapo. rolling stone coming under fire after this exclusive interview. an american woman murdered in
italy. tonight: the death of a florida artist is shocking people in both the united states and overseas. ==vo== ashl o an american woman murdered in italy. the death of a florida artist is shocking people on both sides of the united states and overseas. this is ashley olsen seen here. found dead in her apartment in florence last night. police say her neck was bruised, slashed and according to italian news reports, her boyfriend, an italian artist found her body. he became concerned when he hadn't heard from his girlfriend in a few days. so far no suspects have been named. but investigators are checking those close to her. >> she was a gentle, kind, beautiful, fun, lovely girl. and this is a shock. >> also, she had been living in florence for sometimes. her father also lives in the city, he teaches in a florence school. her death is being treated as a homicide. >> the mexican drug lord known
as el chapo took a new turn today. the drug kingpin reportedly did an interview with sean penn. the two reportedly met last year. me the mexican notorious drug lord is back behind bars. mexican authority want it speak with sean penn and mexican soap opera star about their secret trip to meet drug lord guzman. it is his first article in decades. guzman only agreed it take the questions and writes after a previous seven-hour face-to-face meeting days before a failed october raid. according to penn, this picture, you a then the case that meeting. penn quotes el chapo as saying i supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anyone else in
the world. guzman's desire to make a movie about himself and meeting with producers and actors eventually led to an arrest. >> wants to identify as many people closely associated with el chapo as they can. >> trusted source tells nbc news that authorities were aware that penn and el castillo were in mexico to meet with guzman in october as law enforcement was closing in. a planned arrest was delayed to make sure the two would not be harmed when the raid eventually took place el chapo and his security team escaped. we reached out to both penn and dell castillo. neither has commented. this isn't the first time penn has dabbled in journalism. he previously has written articles for the nation and san francisco chronicle. this time rolling stone said
they agreed to led the suspect review the article and he made no changes. >> planned parenthood is endorsing a candidate. their pick, democratic nominee, hillary clinton. the president of the planned parenthood corporation made ate announcement at a rally today. she said she was honored in their support and promised to join their fight for women's health. >> planned parenthood is threatened. the health of women and a lot of men, too. all across our country is threatened. >> now clinton also said that she believes we need to protect access to safe and legal abortions. >> a case before the u.s. supreme court that could shake california's largest teacher's union. tomorrow, the high court will hear a case which could decide whether teachers should be able to withdraw from teacher's unions, including the california teacher's association, without having to pay the state mandated fee. a group of california teachers
say unions are taking advantage of their members. she say those that want it withdraw should be allowed to do so without a fee, that could be up to $400. the. the union in 22 other states could lose millions of dollars. >> up next, new details on how the so-called affluenza teenager and his mother originally escaped across the border. david bowie has died. he was 69
battle with cancer. he died surrounded by his family and friends. bowie just released his 47th album. called "black star" earlier this month. his music ran the gamut from rock and roll to punk and all kind of things in between. david was born in 1947 and inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1996. duncan also confirmed his father's death on twitter. >> the so-called affluenza teen is in a deteng center tonight. ethan couch is fighting extradition to texas. while his mother is trying to get herself out of jail. new details tonight on how authorities say the pair escaped from the first place to mexico. >> tanya couch is in a texas jail tonight, she could be set free tomorrow, if her $1 million bond is reduced. her attorney says she's done nothing wrong. tanya couch is charged with helping her son, ethan, flee to mexico to avoid getting caught.
after authorities saw this video they believe is him at a party where alcohol was served. a violation of his probation. the privileged teen was convicted in a drunk driving crash that killed four people when he was 16. a judge sentenced him to probation instead of jail time. his lawyers argued that ethan suffered from affluenza, suggesting he was too rich and spoiled to know right from wrong. tanya's arrest warrant said ethan became scared when the party video surfaced and his mother was aware he was trying to come up with a plausible lie to say it wasn't him in the video. the next day before driving off to mexico in tanya's truck the warrant alleges tanya couch withdrew $30,000 from her personal bank account and told her husband that he would never see their son again. on december 10th, ethan failed to show up for a scheduled meeting with his probation officer and the search was on. the two were captured in the resort city of puerto vallarta on december 28th.
since her return, tanya told the sheriff, she sun comfortable in jail. >> i explained to her that this was a jail, an resort. >> ethan is fighting his extradition. it could be months before his return to texas. charles hadlock, nbc news, fort worth. >> a virtual valet. tesla owners don't even have to get behind the wheel to park their cars. check out the summon feature in action. one person posted this video to youtube. tesla says it featured tesla drivers trying to get into their cars in really tight space. the feature can open and close your garage door which is kind of like, not that big a deal. but parking your car is a big deal. the update with tesla owners over the weekend. >> very cool. >> you a good parker? >> i'm an excellent parallel parker. though i do have a ding in my car from garage parking. >> you need a tesla. >> i do. coming up next, a wild day in football. nfl wild card sunday. we have the dramatic highlights
on a bit lake with golden globes. they go long. >> and it is monday in five minutes. get going. >> i'm going right now. watching wild card weekend from home, but the front office has been hard at work trying to find the right guy to lead the team back into the pro season. the 49ers were including york and balke met with hue jackson this morning. according to insider matt jackson is a serious candidate to be next head coach but no offer has been made as of yet. >> he has a met for five hours this morning. i'm told hue jackson was very impressive. he add lot of good stuff to say and 49ers want it hear about his offense. they want it hear about his plan for how the 49ers flew forward this this off season. they did not make an offer, as you sudden said, and then jackson had about an hour break and he went into an evening with the cleveland browns. all this stuff happened, you
know, the day after the cincinnati bengals had that gut-wrenching loss in the play offes. now it looks like the 49ers and browns will have some company, mike silver from the nfl networks reports that new york giants are expected to get into the action on monday with an official request to talk to hugh so now everybody is in limbo. >> sea hikhawkseahawks/vikings,e at kick off, minus 6 degrees. freezing! russell rolls on stanford's own doug baldwin. next drive, bridgewater with peterson on the screen pass. kam chancellor rips the ball free and seahawks recover. leading to a go-ahead field goal. but with 26 seconds left, vikings set up the game-winning field goal and oh, my goodness,
blair walsh misses a 26--year-old field goal. that has to hurt. seahawks win 10-9. they move on to face carolina. packers/redskins. late second quarter. within one and kept things rolling. rodgers finding an open adams for the score. packers up 6 at the half. third quarter. you like that? you like that? well, the redskins did. but they wouldn't like this. in the fourth, lacy, punches it in for the green bay touchdown. green bay wins and advance it face arizona. stanford hosting colorado. buffalos winless in conference play. samuelson, money. from downtown. up 7 at the half fourth quarter.
drives the lane, can't finish. that's okay. johnson there to clean it up. bucket and foul. career high 17 point. 11 rebounds. stanford wins, 71-56. that's going to do it for sports. peggy, this time tomorrow, 49ers may have a new head coach. have to wait and see. >> people are waiting it hear. >> niner nation. >> yeah. can't wait to hear where we're going. >> keep you updated for sure. >> thanks a lot. >> we'll be right back.