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bogged up santa clara streets. i'm chuck coppola live in walnut creek. the highway patrol needs your help after another highway shooting. "today in the bay" starts now. very good monday morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. >> the sun not shining on panthers fans, but shining in general. hitting in the 70s today, kari. >> warm temperatures this afternoon, but a cool start to the day, as usual, around the bay area. 45 degrees in the north bay and 54 degrees in the east bay. look at these highs up to 75 deit grees. we may be setting some new records today. we should be feeling highs in the low 60s, but we're up to 79 degrees in the south bay. in san francisco, 72 and 76 in the tri-valley. we'll talk more about this warmth. i'll let you know how long it
lasts and let's see what's happening on the roadways now with mike. >> not record setting, but a very easy drive. golden gate bridge we just saw them realign that center device. look at your map, ready for the morning commute. be ready, folks, for a bigger cumulate. folks are waiting for that super bowl activity to clear. bob redell is out there and still some complications in the city, but freeways are looking really good and just a little slowing out of the altamont. now to this developing story at 5:01 and the search for a gunman who opened fire on the bay area freeway. not far from where a handful of other highway shootings happened in recent months. >> chuck coppola joining us in walnut creek with an update on the victims' condition. good morning, chuck. >> good morning, sam and laura. the latest gunshot victim of shootings is recuperating here with injuries that are described
to me as not life threatening. now, the extent of the injuries was he was inured in the arm and chest when he stopped to help a woman with a flat tire. that's when people in two cars on westbound i-80 described as an altercation with each other fired shots that struck the victim. >> while they were stopped on the shoulder here trying to figure out their next course of action, it looks like a suspect for unknown reasons came by here and fired at least two rounds, possibly more, striking both vehicles and a male victim who had a gunshot wound. it looked like to the arm and possibly his arm into his chest. >> the chp is looking for the people in those two cars that took off and fired while passing the victims on the road side. it all happened on westbound i-80 at about 9:30 last night. investigators do not think that
this incident was related to earlier string of shootings along i-80, also near panol. reporting live in walnut creek, i'm chuck coppola. >> thank you so much, chuck. to much lighter news. super bowl 50 mania and new champion crowned. full coverage from fans to the remarkable performances we certainly do have you covered this morning. what a day in the bay area. celebrations rang out both here and in denver. in denver the fans got a little out of hand. the broncos win sent downtown denver into delirium. police making a handful of arrests. they used tear gas and pepper spray to disperse rowdy crowds but police say no one was hurt and no significant property damage. quite a night for bronco fans in the south bay, as well. celebrations spilled on to downtown san jose streets even over to the team hotel in santa clara. hundreds gathered outside the
marriott waiting to greet the world champions. the parties sure to well have gone into the night. not a lot of people celebrating after the game. what was a dream game come true turn under to a nightmare when they tried to leave levi stadium. traffic bogged down streets for hours. for some folks it took them 20 minutes to get one block. this morning a mad rush on at the airports and can't say that kris sanchez didn't warn you. she joins us live from maneta san jose international airport where a number of fans started their trip home and, kris, i would not be surprised if you were high fiving the bronco fans on their way out of town. >> we may be doing a little bit of that. these folks were told to get here three hours ahead of their flights. flights have not started taking off yet, but a steady flow of traffic so far this morning. that's going to be the same story at sfo and at oakland and, of course, all those charter flights. they're going to be taking to the skies, as well.
but, we did find some fans that didn't wait that long to get out of town. we found people heading home last night. bronco fans were all smiles as they were headed out from the airport. panther fans, though, another story. one told us the plan was always to leave last night but he was pretty happy to leave right after the super bowl. >> well, you know, they played it anyways, but even better now. >> super bowl travelers could impact your commute on b.a.r.t. today, as well, as people take trains to sfo. b.a.r.t. did have record ridership this morning. do plan ahead. and vta trains were packed on super bowl sunday. regular riders may have felt the pinch as some trains went directly to levi stadium. cal trains had more than double the number of riders than usual. you might notice some spillover this morning as fans continue to make their way out of town but with kari's forecast they'll
stick around a little longer. arrive three hours ahead of your flight, not only today but on into super tuesday, as well. kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> kari's advice might have been just to go to the beach. good option. >> if you have that option, at all. comes now the tear down of the big super bowl city that they built in san francisco. >> that's already started. "today in the bay" bob redell joining us live. the super bowl festivities over the road closures. far from over. >> good morning to you, sam and laura. you can see behind me super bowl city still stands here at the bottom of market in justin herman plaza. started taking apart the temporary structures. super bowl city is a strong complex that takes up justin herman plaza and embarcadero center lawn and my point is it's large and take a long time to
tear down. the roads surrounding super bowl city will remain shut down this week. will not reopen until sunday. that's in spite of the fact that the workers started tearing this down around 3:00 yesterday which is just before kickoff. the effort is there, just so much to be taken down. so, we're talking about another seven days before those road closures around justin herman plaza and market will be reopened. now, even though the game it itself is finished, the super bowl committee has unfinished business. the leaders of the committee will hand over responsibility to the city of houston, which will be hosting super bowl 51. that will be next year. at 8:30 broncos head coach and game mvp von miller will hold one last news conference to talk about their win yesterday before heading back to denver. those are, again, at 8:00 and 8:30 this morning. reporting live here along the embarcadero, bob redell, "today in the bay." we have much more super bowl coverage online at
nbcbayarea.com. you can just head to our home page for photos and videos of all the game day coverage. coming off that super bowl high but another high it day of temperatures today. nice day ahead, kari. >> it will be beautiful. setting some new records in some spots like oakland and san francisco. we'll be very close as well as san jose. we'll be watching the thermometer today. we're now at 46 degrees in livermore. 50 degrees in san carlos and napa waking up to 53 degrees. heading into this afternoon. we're in up thor 70s today in san jose. and palo alto, 78 degrees. mission districts today 72. fairfield we're up to 79. oakland 75 and 77 today in pleasanton. i'll have another look at the forecast coming up in a few minutes. how is it looking out there now, mike? >> it's looking great. westbound a good number of cars and more than we saw this time last weeand tracking the map and not seeing a lot of drama
for the speed sensors. likewise for the rest oof the east bay and north of there heading towards the bay bridge, a lot of folks waiting to pay cash and a live look at san jose northbound 101 moves well and southbound at oakland road a report of a puppy running around the roadway. watch out for your safety and your little dog, too. >> very good, thanks, mike. coming up next, the last full day of campaigning in new hampshire for presidential candidates. the scramble now to gain support before polls open later tomorrow. and a silicon valley billionaire loses a billion dollars. where did he last leave it? we'll take a look coming up in "business and tech." the new hampshi pls open in
less than 24 hours. decision 2016. the new hampshire polls open in less than 24 hours. now comes the last-minute rush for candidates trying to gain some momentum. >> whatever they can do. "today in the bay" tracie potts tracking the numbers for us. tracie, who looks like they might come out on top tomorrow? >> well, the numbers haven't changed in the last few days. just about an hour or so ago. we got a daily tracking poll. university of massachusetts has been doing this every day. what we found is that both bernie sanders and donald trump still have double-digit leads. but there's some fluid numbers when it it comes to republicans and whether or not they're actually going to stick with the person they're now supporting. trudging through snow, wet alleys upstairs and literally pounding the pavement. we caught up with hillary clinton's team trying to make up her double-digit deficit here.
>> people that we've knocked on doors, they really haven't made up their mind. >> reporter: the indecision even worse for republicans. >> we have to win this election. we have to. and we will. if you vote for me. if you nominate me. we will win this election. >> reporter: more than four in ten republicans polled at the university of massachusetts can still change their mind. >> people are looking for people to make decisions. and they're trying to analyze who is the best person to make those decisions. >> reporter: the most solid republicans here, trump voters. >> i don't need your money, i need your vote. >> i feel like he's real. >> reporter: ted cruz now polling third here slammed by the republicans for saying yes to women registering for selective service. back to the democrats, bernie sanders is pointing out differences. clinton voted for the iraq war. he didn't. >> i was right on that issue. hillary clinton was wrong. >> reporter: tomorrow, the voters decide.
and, so, we're talking to the voters and we're watching the polls and the interesting thing in that daily tracking poll and today is the last one, by the way, before the voting tomorrow. the interesting thing there is that twice as many democrats as republicans say that they are satisfied with sticking with the candidate. in other words, they're not likely to switch who they're supporting now and who they're actually going to vote for tomorrow. >> interesting. less on the democratic side. i guess that means larry david is not going to be the pinchman for bernie sanders. >> it's interesting to see, though, really funny. one of silicon valley's most influential leaders is billion dollars less rich this morning. >> rich is kind of a relative term, scott mcgrew, because poor would not exactly be accurate. >> i think laura nailed it on the head there. less rich. reed hoffman is not poor by any standard. but did lose a breathtaking amount of money after shares in the company he founded,
linkedin, plunged 43% on forecast of business ahead. hoffman owns shares that works out to a personal loss of a billion. the markets fell on friday. tough road for wall street. today doesn't look much better. got that jobs number on friday. markets not satisfied with it it. many asian markets are closed today for the lunar new year. so, we say, hey, to landon dowdy. don't say that. maybe i can't. i can do vietnamese. >> i'm not even going to attempt any mandarin. i barely do aenglish. a quick check of your markets. wall street could start the week in the red and futures are lower this morning and the markets coming off a very turbulent week amid the mixed jobs on friday.
earning reports and oil up and down all the magener dexes ending lower for the week. no major economic data and look for reports on retail sales and consumer sentiment. on friday the dow falling 212 points and the nasdaq losing 147 to 4363. scott, back over to you. >> what i was saying off camera but got on camera, i know how to say, i put it it in tell prom teleprompter. the parking service zurp is shutting down its consumer operations in san francisco after it it figured out sending people to park your car any time, any wear didn't scale very well. they will lay off just six people. just six realize figure you're one of those six, it is no small number. we have taukd in the past about watching those luxury service markets. the dry cleaning delivery services and the lunch delivery services and the parking
services. if we hit a bump in the economic road, i do think they are going to be first and six layoffs not a big deal, but kind of goes to my point. >> well, it makes sense. you know, when you face tough times -- >> how many people work at zirk total? >> under 40. you're going to pivot to do a fleet and businesses and sort of thing, no more consumer. so only six they're losing. >> thank you very much, scott. 5:17 right now. the day after the super bowl. some people are talk about the game, others talking about half-time and a lot of us still talking about these commercials. >> kind of the best part. as always, some memorable commercials. ♪ >> nothing hurts like a marmot slap. outdoors clothing maker marmot nailed it with their first ad.
a friendship between a beaver and an eager out doorsman. >> puppy monkey baby. >> you like this one, mike? i thought it was really strange. but i guess a lot of people like the puppy, monkey baby. little disturbing to watch it, again. an ad for mountain dew featuring a baby, puppy and monkey. ♪ >> if you're wondering why are these kids all singing? how could you go wrong with super bowl babies. people featured in this ad were born nine months after a super bowl. the also featured the singer seal. trying to figure that out. super bowl babies would be born on or around the super bowl, right? >> no. >> you know what, honey, i'll explain this to you later. >> we're going to get to the
birds and the bees, but, first, all the commercials on our website. head to nbcbayarea.com and now you've got me all jumbled. >> right now we're going to get you a juice pop. >> i'm probably blushing. oh, man. all right. how does this work, again? >> you are not waiting for nice weather today as the blush continues. >> we're not going to end this warmth that we had over the weekend just because the workweek is starting. let's take a live look now at the bay bridge. we have a great start to the day. clear skies and as that seven-day forecast comes up at the bottom oof the screen, come on over and check it out. you can see how much we'll be changing as we go through the week. not the way we like. we don't weeon't see any rain. dry as we start out. san francisco now at 52 degrees.
let's get a cleser look at the east bay now. pleasanton at 43 degrees and 50 in alamo and we have some low 50s in alameda right now. north bay at 45 degrees. as we take it hour by hour in san jose, these temperatures will be jumping up quickly. i mean, we go from 45 degrees at 6:00 to 49. and then up to 61 degrees in two hours and then lunchtime it's 70 degrees and i think 70 is absolutely perfect. we'll be reaching into the mid up toer 70s there. and then with clear skies, we'll cool it it off, once again. we had this dry pattern in place as high pressure sets up that clockwise flow around that high pressure. brings those winds off shore. we've also had a change in the jet stream. that's that flow of upper level winds that carries those weather systems and it is staying to the north of us. we won't have any rain as go into the next few days. and we will, once again, keep this warm. slowly getting a little bit cooler as we go towards the middle of the week.
start to bring those temperatures a little bit closer to normal as we go into thursday. still highs in the upper 60s. we'll talk more about that coming up, but let's see what's happening on the roadways with mike. >> kari, things are going great in oakland. an easy drive right now. no problems up towards the bay bridge toll plaza. the maps we'll show you the same thing as far as the speeds are concerned. just a little blip at the toll mrauz. start to show folks lining up for the cash lanes. another ten minutes until those metering lights turn on. we still have that closure because super bowl city has to be deconstructed and possibly through the end of the week for these closures to continue and we'll have more traffic heading in because a lot of folks took a break from their drive. expect congestion today and tomorrow to hit san francisco. meanwhile right now a smooth, easy drive. you see behind me just a little slowing out of the altamontt pass. we'll show you pal oo alto and the drive here.
how a fight escalated into gunfire. the two men were killed and another in the hospital after shooting outside of an apartment in marin city. deputies say they were called yesterday morning following a fight between a man and woman. they say they were told that knives were involved. gunfire broke out before police arrived. we spoke to a heartbroken mother of one of the victims. >> supposed to die in the streets like that. he wasn't a part of the streets. >> says her son who she identified as 29-year-old was killed. she believes he and the father-in-law may have tried to intervene in the dispute. deputies all involved in the incident knew each other. new this morning, we are still waiting to hear from firefighters about what left one firefighter slightly injured. this happened a little bit after 9:00 last night inside of a house west of 101 in santa rosa. it appears to be suspicious.
no one was inside at the time. the fire caused $100,000 worth of damage. and that firefighter, by the way, suffered a twisted ankle. new details about an explosion on a plane flying over africa last week. somaliay authorities released video allegedly showing two men with a laptap that may have exploded on that flight. the men handing what looks like a computer to a suspect. authorities say one of the men delivering the laptop was an employee. six people are under arrest in connection with the blast. the flight had to make an emergency landing after the bomb blew a hole in the plane. stories of survival emerging now in taiwan as that country tries to rerecover frcover froml earthquake. a 6-year-old girl was rescued and was rushed to a hospital. saturday 6.4 magnitude quake killed at least 38 people in the southern part of taiwan. most of them were inside of a 17-story building that
collapsed. more than 100 people are still believed to be buried. 5:26 coming up, everyone talking this morning about peon manning and his future, but also his counterpower on the panthers. they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. more reaction from cam newton visibly upset after last night's super bowl loss. not the only one trying to get out of town. we've seen a heavier volume of traffic here earlier at maneta san jose. what you can expect even if you're not traveling post-super bowl.
good monday morning to you. thanks so much for joining us, i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. today kari hall says, why not make it it a beach day? >> why not? we'll have some near record warmth today and feeling very spring like into this afternoon after starting out with some chilly temperatures heading out. it's now 45 degrees in the north bay. and 47 degrees in the south bay. 52 in san francisco. but we are looking at a high of 72 degrees in the city today. east bay 75 degrees and peninsula 78. and south bay up to 79 degrees. we'll talk about this warmth and i'll let you know how long it it lasts in the microclimate forecast coming up. let's see what's happening on the roads as we check in with mike. >> kari, behind me, 101 and a burst of traffic and 5:30 we see
a little slowing because a lot of folks decided to leave the house. we look at your map and no real disturbance showing on our speed sensors. san jose airport, still talk about a little more traffic over there because, of course, the latest of the super bowl activities and folks getting out of town. meanwhile, getting into town 580 slows over towards the dublin interchange. last week was light. bay bridge will start the backup and the foster city side of the san mateo bridge and looking for a stalled vehicle, but we don't see it on this live shot and check this traffic flow, guys. back to you. >> thank you. some fans leaving town happy this morning. super bowl 50 mania. a new champion crowned. we have full coverage from fan reaction to a very talked about half-time performance. all wrapped up in a historic and unforgettable night here in the bay area. it was quite a night for broncos fans in the south bay. the celebrations spilling into downtown san jose and even to the team hotel in santa clara as they were waiting for the players to get back. hundreds gathered outside of the
marriott waiting to greet the new world champions. those parties sure to extend well into the night. for some people, it might be going on this morning. for smeny fans what was once a dream game soon turned into a nightmare when they tried to get home. traffic bogging down streets for hours. for some, took about 20 minutes to get a city block. this morning the mad rush at the airports. "today in the bay" kris sanchez live at maneta for fans started their trip home and for some a great flight and for others a longer wait. >> a lot of high fiving as folks make their way through the security lines. a lot of orange here at maneta san jose. we talked to one denver fan who is here two and a half hours ahead of her flight. some folks didn't even wait that long. some folks headed straight to the airport after the super bowl last night. bronco fans were all smiles as they were heading out.
panther fans, though another story. one man told us that the plan was always to leave last night but with the loss he was really happy to leave right after the game. >> they played it anyways, but even better now. >> so even if you're not traveling by air, super bowl travelers could impact your commute on b.a.r.t. today as you take trains in. some folks will be headed to sfo on b.a.r.t. b.a.r.t. did have record ridership this weekend. still plan ahead today. vta trains were packed on super bowl sunday, as well. regular riders might have felt the pinch as some trains just blew by the regular stops and headed to levi stadium. cal trains did run extra trains but still had more than double the number of riders than usual. you may notice some spillover this morning as fans continue to make their way out of town. the advice here, maneta san jose also at sfo and at oakland internaeshzal arrive three hours ahead of your flight. if you're traveling, if you are headed out of town because
you're a fan or if you're a regular business traveler and you're stuck with the monday hustle bustle. in san jose, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." 5:34. despite the extra tight security for this super bowl, we learned several aircraft violated restricted air space above the stadium. the faa says three planes crossed into restricted space. one redirected to livermore. now, on the ground, a minor scare as officers responded to a suspicious vehicle near the stadium about 7:15. but police say it was not a threat. while security at the super bowl seemed to be no issue, the turf was another story at levi stadium. players from both teams complained about bad footing and had to change cleats during the first half of the game. 49ers fans know all too well about this reoccurring problem. it's reported that levi stadium turf has been replaced at least six times this season alone. the nfl brought in their own sod expert to install a new field just last month. upended on the field now
with cam newton a lot of folks talking about anyone can win nicely. how are you going to react if you? this weekend was a very mixed bag of emotions for cam newton. on saturday, he was named the league's mvp. not a surprise. but on sunday, newton was not able to follow it up with the ultimate prize. >> they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. >> post-game interview there to kind of walk out understandably he was very upset. obviously, very frustrated and emotional after that loss. meanwhile, there were some tough questions for the winning quarterback, as well. he was certainly smiling a lot more than cam. at 39 years old peyton manning becomes the oldest quarterback to win a super bowl. the second title in his career, but after the game, the attention was focused on whether or not this was manning's final
game. >> try to win this game tonight and to really take it all in and to enjoy being part of this journey and it's definitely been a heck of a ride this season. >> a lot of people feeling really good about peyton manning getting that last super bowl. manning went to say he would take some time now before he makes any decisions about his future. he didn't want let his immediate motions in the moment sway him in either direction. much morer bowl coverage online at nbcbayarea.com. head to our home page of our game day coverage. developing story now here at home. the search for a gunman is on this morning after a shooting on a busy bay area freeway. this all happened late last night on-80. not far from where a handful of oother highway shootings all happened in recent months. chuck coppola joining us live from the hospital in walnut creek and how it all unraveled and if there is a connection
between this shooting and any previous one. >> so far we don't believe that there is a connection. now, the gunshot victim involved in this recent incident happened last might. he was shot in the arm and chest and he is recuperating here here in walnut creek. we're atold his injuries are no life-threatening. bullets shattered a window while injuring a man who stopped to help a woman who had car trouble. it happened on westbound 880. chp believes the man and woman were innocent bystanders when a high-speed altercation between passing drivers erupted in gunfire. >> a vehicle ended up with a flat tire. she pulled oover to the right shoulder to go ahead and figure out what she was going to do next. she also had somebody that she knew pull over with her. while they were stopped on the shoulder here trying to figure out their next course of action, it looks like a suspect for unknown reasons came by here and fired at least two rounds,
possibly more. >> again, this happened around 9:30 last night. all lanes of i-80 wered for about an hour. now, the chp wants anyone with more information about the shooting, the cars or the people involved to contact them. officers, as i said earlier, do not believe that this recent shooting is related to any of the otherings that have happened along this stretch of highway in the east bay. reporting live in walnut creek, i'm chuck coppola, "today in the bay." puppy safe and sound after being caught in a very rough spot. >> the dogs cries for help caught the attention of a south bay police officer. san jose police released these pictures of that rescue. the department says that an officer was on patrol on sebastian drive about 10:00 on saturday night. police say when the officer investigated the cries, he found the puppy stuck inside of a storm drain. several officers showed up to help free that dog from the drain. and back to his owner. >> there you go.
right place, right time. right rescue, too. 5:38 right now. it is a great day ahead across the bay area. it's almost going to feel like spring. >> it will. but a little bitty to start out there. it's now 46 degrees in livermore. 47 in san jose. san carlos starts out the day at 52. look at the highs this afternoon. could be setting some new records this afternoon, especially in san jose. be watching the number in palo alto. up to 78 deit gree degrees and north bay we're up to 78 in napa, which would also set a new record. in oakland 75 and new record possible there. and livermore today 76 degrees. so, we'll put this in perspective and we'll talk more about the temperatures to expect as we go through the week. that's coming up in about ten minutes. let's see what's happening on the roadways now with mike. >> look at dublin camera. westbound 580 shows the good volume of traffic and good dip for those speeds. show you how severe. not too bad for the altamont
pass and an expected pattern and we got a break from that last week. slowing towards the dublin interchange and right here for south 680 through pleasanton. this is what we expect to see this time on a monday. bay bridge metering lights and upper east shore and, again, the build heading over towards san francisco and reminder we still have city street closures. that's super bowl related. super bowl is over, but that's not. back to you guys. >> our coverage is not over either. thank you very much, mike. so, we've certainly covered the game, but how about that half-time show. the moment everyone is talking about this morning. why the performance has some fans unimpressed. and even though the game is over, i'm bob redell. why some of the super bowl traffic headaches will continue throughout the week. what about the super bowl ad you didn't see. think about. we'll take a look coming up in "business and tech."
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comes the teardown of francisco.. =sam/boxes= they say all good things must come to an end at some point. "today in the bay" bob redell and the super bowl festivities are over, those road closures going on for a few more days here. >> several days, sam and laura, before the roads open and reopen around justin herman mrauza and you can see the reason why super bowl city is still standing and that should be a surprise given how large and massive this complex was. just before kickoff yesterday afternoon, workers started
taking apart the temporary structures and buildings that made up this concert venue leading up to the days that led up to super bowl sunday. part of the embarcadero and the northeast end of market. so, it's going to take a lot of time to take it down because it is so large. they're talking about not until next sunday. this entire workweek saturday and all those roads should be reopen by sunday. that being said, we're talking about another seven days. you can see on the map there, the roads that we are talk about. basically the same roads we were talking abouting up to the super bowl itself. even the game itself is finished, the super bowl committee still has finished business. later this morning at 8:00 the leaders of the committee will officially hand over responsibility to the city of houston, which is going to be hosting super bowl li next year and then at 8:30 broncos head coach and game mvp will hold one last news conference to talk
about their win yesterday before heading back to denver. reporting here in denver, bob redell "today in the bay." >> thanks so much, bob. ♪ o say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> incredible voice on display there by most accounts. laida gaga impressing with her performance. the national anthem sung by that pop star who kicked off that game last night as the blue angels fly overhead as she hit the final note the flyover from the blue angels. a lot of people talking about the game and also the half-time show. last night's performance has some fans unimpressed. >> mixed reviews of coldplay's half-time performance. the british bandoned with a less than usual flare for a super
bowl. beyonce and bruno joined the stage and seemed to heat things up. ♪ >> half-time show featured a montage of performers and words believe in love. >> that was cool to see the performances over the years and as you were watching last night's super bowl halftime. entertaining to watch the reaction realtime on twitter. >> that's right. scott mcgrew one of the funniest came from someone on the field. >> during the coldplay concert. one of the people who ran out to be coldplay fans were live tweeting from the field. lots of people had their phones. she tweeted, yes, maroon 5 #superbowl50. was she being serious? was she even there? does she not know the difference between coldplay and maroon 5?
we don't really know but it did fire up a lot of people on twitter who retweeted it. a point to my story and that isser does things conlogically in realtime. you see the wiener dog ad and you expect twitter to be reacting to the wiener dog ad. but strong rumors that it it will change your timeline to be more like facebook. they will not in chronological ord order and people absolutely hate this idea. jack dorsy himself had to react to the rumor saying the change would not happen in his words, next week." he's not saying it won't happen, just not next week. generate new interest and new users of twitter. now, we talked a lot about the ads during the game, but what ads did you not see? think about it. you've seen one each super bowl for more than a decade. you did not see a go daddy ad. the company has said in the past it wants to grow up and change
with the times. no more sexy ads like this one. last year ran a straight forward ad and this year absolutely nothing. there were tech companies. sofi ran this one. the narerator says this person is great, this person is not great. spent 20% of the entire marketing budget on that ad. i didn't think the ad itself all that great. ads in which i'm not quite sure it is what you're trying to sell me, i don't think are very good ads. >> right, exactly. or if you can't remember what was being advertised. >> the one great, not great. yeah, who was it? >> like the monkey puppy baby. who was it? >> there were crickets at the party. i was watching when that commercial came out. >> are we talking about monkey baby? >> mike thought it was funny, too. >> exactly your point. there we go. a sfiffifth of the budget for t company. bay area businesses decim e
decimated by the cancellation of crab season now have the chance to apply for financial help. representatives from the small business administration in santa cruz this morning. anyone who took a huge financial hit from fishermen to supply companies to sea food distributors. high levels of toxic algae have kept other bay area shell fish limits. any businesses or workers impacted by that closure may be eligible for low interest, federal disaster loans of up to $2 million. 5:49. a lot of people starting their workweek today recovering from the super bowl. >> feeling crabby maybe. >> or monkey baby puppyish. >> all right, walk right into that one. we are watching some really nice temperatures, again, in the 70s, kari. >> it is going to be beautiful, again. yesterday was really perfect and
a touch warmer than yesterday, if you like the warmth. as we take a live look now at san jose. it it is cool to start. you still do need a jacket. don't think it's really summertime out there. it's still february. but as we take a look now at that seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen, our temperatures will be going down over the next few days. and not a lot of rain in this forecast. as we are now at 46 degrees in the north bay and east bay, peninsula and south bay or san francisco, rather, is at 52 degrees. as we get a closer look, we do have upper 50s and pacific heights now at 57 degrees and here's a look at the bigger picture now. we had high pressure keeping our weather nice, but we need this thing to move out of the way. it's blowing the winds off shore with the flow around the high pressure moving in a clockwise direction. it will keep it warm. also, we had a change in the jet stream. that's the flow of those upper level winds. it's taking those areas of low pressure and the rain well to the north of the bay area. but it looks like we'll be stuck
in this pattern forilatal while, but our temperatures will be backing off just a little bit. into the next three days. we will have highs still in the 7 o0s in the south bay. the peninsula will be dropping back into the mid-60s san francisco staying just about the same. see that trend else where across the bay area. just to put this in perspective. in livermore we should be at 59 degrees this time of year and look at where we'll be today. 76 degrees. and we will stay above average all throughout the week. even on friday as we see those temperatures dipping down. we're still about six degrees above normal. let's check in now with mike to see how the roadways are moving. >> kari, overall things are moving really well. bay bridge toll plaza where the metering lights are on and a bigger backup for most of last week and looking from west 80 and coming through hercules and a crash trying to get two vehicles to the shoulder. consider your left two lanes
blocked and your right getting by and that is closing the slow down just past the carquinez bridge. the rest of your bay looks very good. build in tri-valley and a bigger build for west 580 and a crash over at isabel. i'll watch for any other updates from chp. over here a little build through hayward and union city for south 880. that pattern sorting out for what we would expect for a monday. no big deal right there. i want to give you a live look, as well. san mateo bridge as we're traveling across the bay. end with a live shot as you see westbound direction and your commute direction move past where it was and i haven't seen any problem. back to you. >> smooth to start, thank you, mike. coming up next, we investigate. >> this is broken glass? >> yes. >> you've never had your window broken? >> no. >> a bizarre cover up at an auto repair shop that left one family with more car troubles than you
could imagine. why thousands of consumer complaints are being kept secret. happening now on our homepage, forget the super bowl hangover. see what is the biggest social media buzz on the day after. on our facebook page, what is worse than your team losing? the unusual super bowl memfor north carolina governor while sitting in levi's gridlock after the game. another warm day awaits the bay area. any minute now we'll send out our morning weather alert which you can sign up for on our nbc bay area app. no
now to an investigative unit exclusive. there had been new hope for frusted drivers who feel like they've been taken for a ride because of bad repairs or overbilling at auto repair shops. they can submit their complaints to a california state agency to protect consumers while holding that accountable. why are they being kept secr secret? bigad shaban has been looking into that. >> inkrms drivers to check out its website to look up the track record of repair shops across california. their database is not exactly the best road map for drivers. consumer complaints aren't posted and the agency is limited when it can actually limit fines
and citations to repair shops. we reviewed state data for the past three years and discovered that for about 97% of auto repair complaints, that's more than 10,000 complaints each year, auto repair shops never received any kind of discipline or enforcement action. albert and michelle filed one of those complaints after getting their suv back from this midus repair shop. they noticed strange noises coming from the car and the repair shop. their car fell off a mechanical lift and also told the couple he and their co-workers were ordered by their district manager and were told to fix the car without telling. there was a cover up from the shop that took place, but he denied any involvement and blamed it all all on his employees. why the shop offthered family
$6,700 to buy the damaged car, the family is now considering suing the shop for more. after we contacted the bureau of automotive repair, an investigator that the shop improve record keeping and communication with its customers. because no citations or fines were issue, when you look up that midas on the state's website, the shop doesn't have a single violation. back to you. >> thank you. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give them a call 1-888-996-tips or send them an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. chipotle restaurant opening a little bit late. all of this part of the fall out from food scares. restaurants will be opening at 3:00 this afternoon instead of the usual 11:00 a.m. also happening today, santa claraversity will offer yet another free vaccination clinic.
two students were infected. a third thought to have the disease ended up with meningococcal meningitis. santa clara public health department gave 1,500 vaccinations at friday's free clinic. university leaders are also urging students to get vaccin e vaccinat vaccinated. right now at 6:00 on "today in the bay" the hunt is on for the latest highway shooters on i-80 in the east bay. >> go broncos! and the golden super bowl is now in the history books from the fans to the players. of course, the celebrities. we take a look at an unforgettable night across the bay area. and travelers expected at all major airports here in the bay area, if you want to be golden, you'll want to hear what we have to tell you and we have some advice. "today in the bay" continues
right now. and a very good monday morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. very smooth sailing yesterday and now we're smoothly moving into your monday, kari. >> a great way to start out the week. it is cool as you head oout the door, as usual. we do have mid-40s in the north bay, as well as the south bay. but mid-50s in san francisco in the east bay. the peninsula today will be topping out at 78 deit greedegr. near record highs for many spots in the tri-valley we're looking at 76 and 72 in the city. now, we'll talk more about that. i'll let you know how long it it lasts coming up in a few minutes. let's check in now with mike with a heads up for the tri-valley drivers. >> this week we have already a bigger build west 580 here and just outside our camera shot. a crash reported west 580 around isabel. that is blocking one lane and