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a prominent south bay man goes missing... and he's found buried in a miles from home, right now at 11:00, a prominent south bay man goes missing and is found hundreds of miles from home buried in a shallow grave. now we are learning why a check and shovel led investigators to the arrest of one of his former employees. thank you for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> i am sam brock. the victim is a 70-year-old realtor and former school board member. he was reported missing last wednesday. his body was found 230 miles away in tulare county. gin lu tommy shwe was a visible member of the chinese community in the bay area. bob, investigators revealed today that there are several key clues linking the employee to mr. shwe.
>> reporter: good morning to you sam and kris. the santa clara county sheriff and one of her investigators had a news conference here to give us more details on what led their office to find and arrest the suspect in the murder of gin lu tommy shwe, a 70-year-old man who made a living investing in real estate. he had also employed this man for two years. christopher christopher albrecht. he's in jail now for murdering him. the sheriff's office tells us he left behind several clues leading to his arrest on wednesday morning, january 18th, the day after the family reported shwe missing. a morgan hill atm surveillance camera captured him attempting to deposit a forged check from shwe's account. another camera at a home depot recorded him buying a shovel on
january 20th. tulare county sheriff's office found albrecht's van. and nearby evidence of possible foul play. two days later police arrested him for allegedly waving a knife at someone near a fast food restaurant. on him they say they found shwe's wallet. a few days later law enforcement and cadaver dogs found shwe's body and brought him back home for burial. >> obviously the past few weeks have been a difficult time for my family. we appreciate all the support we've received from family, friends and the community. as the details of my father's disappearance became available, we were shocked and saddened that my father's life story has come to such a tragic end. it is incomprehensible to us how something like this could happen to a soul as kind and giving as my father's.
it was very important to the family that my father's body was recovered so that we can have a proper funeral service for him. >> reporter: the suspect will be arraigned this afternoon in superior court on a charges of murder. financial elder abuse and forgery. this is not the first time he has been in touch with law enforcement. in 2004 he was shot by police in fontana, a city in southern california and arrested after allegedly dragging two of those officers by his car. reporting live here in cupertino. bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, bobs. from one family to may get closure to another family that is waiting. it's been five years since sierra lamar disappeared in the south bay. today the trial of her killer may begin in earnest. his lawyers and the santa clara county district attorney's office are seating eight alt nat
jurors to proceed with opening statements. this is sira lamar's father arriving at the courthouse. she disappeared five years ago on her way to school in morgan hill. the suspect has been in court several times since being arrested in may of 2012. the delay ares finally over. this is the finally steps in the penalty phase of the case and they'll try to move with dna evidence that he killed the 15-year-old girl. that dna evidence is key because her body has never been found. we'll report new developments as soon as they come in. damien trujillo is inside the courtroom. he'll treat updates. you can go to nbcbayarea.com to find out more about the case and follow us on our social media platforms. something we have been following for a long time, kris. look at this ariel shot of 310
esplanade. it's finally coming down. the apartment building clinging to the cliff in pacifica. it's being demolished. pete suratos joining us live from pacifica where the demolition stage is all but wrapped up. pete, now the cleanup process begins. good morning. >> good morning to you, sam. the clean upproce the cleanup process could take a few days. this is what's left of the property. the excavator working to clean up the debris. they started about 8:00 a.m. this morning. i spoke to city officials about the demolition, and they said it all came down to protecting the public. it's become somewhat of a familiar sight. >> you guys will see in a bit. it will go quick.
hour, two hours maybe, to have everything down. >> reporter: for the third time within a year a coastal apartment being demolished at pacifica. the coastal erosion is to blame. city officials first had to clean out the hazardous material inside. >> we did abatement on hazardous materials for the past two weeks. in terms of the materials being on site, they've been taken away. >> reporter: unfortunately, the city of pacifica is on the hook for this to the tune of more than $300,000. city officials say the owner of the building is being negligently gent. >> we contacted him to take responsibility for this action. he was not in a position to do so and essentially time ran out. >> reporter: outside of the obvious public health risk of the building collapsing off the cliff with the hazardous materials inside it, city
officials said the cost would have been ten times more than what they're paying now. crews will be here through this afternoon but it will take a few days to haul the debris to a landfill in san jose. live in pacifica. nbc bay area news. >> that has to be unnerving to drive the demolition trucks by the cliff. sunshine, perfect weather, a few more days to enjoy it. there is rain in the forecast. >> we needed the break, you're right, kris, rain is coming our way. a live look outside from the san francisco camera and the bay bridge. good time right now to get outside, get some exercise, walk your dogs while it's still this dry. vianey arana joins us with more. >> we've been enjoying plenty of sunshine. no complaints across the board. i have a feeling the 50s will be dropping down a little bit more thanks to the arrival of a storm system that could be bringing some rain. right now let's enjoy the sunshine. 48 degrees along the peninsula.
55 degrees for the south bay. and near the tri-valley, we're at a nice 51 degrees. san francisco is looking a little hazy at 52 degrees. the east bay 52. for the north bay, 51 degrees. and we do still have that high pressure dominating in the forecast, which means we will be keeping that sunshine today through tomorrow, and then fast forward to wednesday and that's when we start seeing patchy night fog and increasing chances for rain. i'll have a closer look at the time line and exactly how much rainfall we're expecting in a few minutes. i'll send things back to you. >> thank you, vianey. a large protest at airports across the country as president donald trump places a ban on people from certain countries coming into the united states. and within the last hour the council on american islamic relations announced they are filing a federal lawsuit on behalf of more than 20 people challenging trump's travel ban. earlier four federal judges froze a part of that executive order. nbc news correspondent edward lawrence picks up the story from
the protests and beyond. ♪ >> reporter: public reaction to president donald trump's executive order came swiftly, to airports across the united states because of stories like this. >> i have another daughter in lebanon, stuck. >> the protection of the nation -- >> reporter: the executive order signed friday imposed a 90-day ban of people coming into the u.s. from seven countries specifically. all of them majority muslim. >> certain countries in certain areas of the world produce people who seek to do harm. we have to make sure those people undergo a certain amount of vetting before coming into our country. there is a big difference between the religion and the location. >> reporter: mr. trump defended the immigration man this morning in a tweet stating, there is nothing nice about searching for terrorists before they enter our country. democrats vowed to fight it. >> we'll introduce legislation this afternoon that's going to give the congress and republicans some options to
repeal this executive order. >> reporter: late last night the new head of homeland security, john kelly, tried to clear up confusion on the executive order on green card holders insisting they won't be blocked. >> i think we need to be careful. we don't have religious tests in this country. >> reporter: the aclu sued and won a tem prayer injunction blocking deportation of those already granted permission to be in the country. the aclu received $24 million in donations over the weekend to fight the executive order. normally it takes in $4 million. edward lawrence. nbc news, washington. >> quite an increase in money. thank you very much, edward. they don't control the congress or, of course, floor votes but it looks like democrats will apply pressure to pass new legislation to overturn the travel ban. nancy pelosi is leading the call for trump to reverse the executive order on immigration.
nancy pelosi and chuck schumer scheduled a rally outside of the u.s. supreme court for 3:00 p.m. schumer said democrats are talking about legislation to overturn trump's order. republican support, he believes it's there, but it's shaky at best according to the "washington post" which identified eight republican senators who have publicly voic voiced opposition to the ban. it would take four more senators to get past the threshold to move the legislation forward. to another developing story now. this one in quebec. we've been following it since overnight. authorities say both suspects involved in a deadly rampage at a mosque in quebec city have been identified in the last few hours. alexandre bissonnette and mohamed khadir are in custody. it happened during last night's evening prayers. six people are now dead, five others are critically injured. two people are still in the intensive care unit.
another dozen people also suffered minor injuries. >> quebec city today has been hit by terrorism. it's hard to believe in such a peaceful, beautiful city, that such a thing could happen. >> authorities said one suspect was arrested alt the scene and another was in his car on a nearby bridge where he called 911 to say he wanted to cooperate with police. police did not give a possible motive nor release the names of the suspects but said the two are in their late 20s or early 30s, have no prior police records. that's what they said this morning. again, now they have been named. we'll learn more about them as the day progresses. now to a story we've been following closely. new details about a bank robber and his accused accomplices that shut down highway 17 for hours. fighting fake news. the steps british law makers are taking to combat social media
=sam 2 shot= a look at the nasdaq this morning as markets are pretty much down across the board this morning in trading amidst backlash over the president's immigration order. nasdaq down 60 points. the s&p 20. the dow jones industrials down 175 points. a tech company spent the weekend issuing come d issuing condemnations of trump's immigration orders. >> scott mcgrew has been keeping track of them all. >> hey, guys. i made a chart. stick with me because this was the only way i could keep track of these things. keep in mind these are first reactions. i sorted the reactions into three types. how it affects our business, how it affects our employees and how
it affects america. this is just wrong over here is what they're saying. so many of the reserved companies only talked about business. microsoft started to get more strident as the weekend continued. over here it's companies that said things like this is unamerican, it violates our principles. sales force's ceo quoted bible scripture. hastings said trump's actions are so unamerican it pains us all. time to link arms together. uber got the worst of it over the weekend. the company started with a somewhat tepid statement compared to others, anyway. then there was this misunderstanding, uber says, at kennedy airport in new york city. taxi drivers had gone on temporary strikes to support the immigrants. uber actually stopped its
prices, generating more anger at the company and suddenly #deleteuber was trending. uber says it was a mistake and uber drivers are independent and can do what they want. lyft promised a million to the aclu. lyft has been marketing itself herself heavily as the good guy version of uber. uber got its feet under itself following the missteps promising to help the drivers stuck overseas and help them financially if they can't get back to the united states. british parliamentary committee is looking into the fake news phenomenon. the probe begins on monday to study the widespread dissemination through social media and internet of phony news stories. the group called on major tech companies to do more to present the spread of fake news on their platforms. concerns about bogus stories
have risen since the u.s. presidential election during which fake news stories garnered attention. a new step in the trial against the teenager who confessed to killing a discovery boy little boy. the trial of william schultz begins. in 2015 prosecutors say he stabbed the 9-year-old as he slept. schultz was a friend of the family and was staying at the home at the time. he confessed during a jailhouse interview. a bank robbery suspect turned into a wild 30-hour search for a man in the santa cruz mountains. he took off on foot. today we could learn more informations about the arrests. our nbc chopper was over the scene when police found one of the men and chased him through an active construction site before he was ultimately arrested. the robbery happened thursday at a bank of america in scott's valley. the next day police spotted three men in a stolen unmarked
police car. two were arrested immediately and the third was later arrested. parts of japantown were on lock down for the search. police looked through cars and homes with rifles in hand. many people continuing the search for a missing woman. volunteers continuing to canvass the area near alameda creek in search of a missing 18-year-old whose car plunged into the creek more than a week ago. jada jenkins crossed the divider, hit another car and ended up in the alameda creek. search crews found her car last weekend and her clothes on monday but still no sign of jenkins. on saturday crewed were forced to suspend the search due to rising creek levels coming from a dam upstream. about a hundred volunteers including family of the missing woman returned to the area again yesterday. >> with the water rising like that, safety is always an issue. so -- but i mean, you know, we have to be out here.
we want to find jayda and bring her home. sometimes we have to risk a little bit. >> another driver crashed in the same spot a few days after that. there are now calls for caltrans to make that road safer. 25-year-old man in custody on suspicion of ramming a deputy's vehicle in the south bay. this started after 4:00 this morning in cupertino. santa clara county deputies chased the car and the driver led them onto the lawrence expressway, it ended in santa clara, the scene there with all the police cars and flashing lights early this morning. we learned that officers found a gun inside of the car. deputies started pursuing the driver after they say they saw him speeding. crews quickly reopened the flyover connecting northbound 280 to southbound highway 17 after an early morning collision involving a car that crashed already and was abandoned. the chp says whoever was in the
red car left before emergency crews arrived. a van came on the scene at 3:00 in the morning and crashed into that vehicle. the people in the van were treated on site and crews had it cleared within an hour. traffic is moving in contra costa county after this tree fell blocking the lanes of highway 24. the tree was blocking two eastbound lanes. it also crashed through a power line which fortunately was not energized at the time. no one was injured. a bit of a hedge right now. we have seen all the sunshine come through. it is not that warm. i think you might agree with me. >> yes. i think it looks warmer than it is. >> it definitely does. though this weekend we hit the 60s, mid 60s outside. we'll warm up a bit. have no fear. the 50s will warm up into the 60s. here is a quick shot over point
reyes. 55 degrees. we'll be warming up thanks to the high pressure that continues to dominate in the forecast. here is a quick shot using our weather underground sky cams of beautiful half moon bay. looking absolutely stunning. you'll have one more shot to enjoy beach weather. maybe not if you think it's too cold, but definitely the sunshine paired with water in place tonight through tomorrow. a check of the temps. south bay 55. tri-valley 51. really, the bay area has been waking up to 30s and 40s the past few days. but we have had a chance to warm up throughout the day. now, hazy conditions right now in san francisco, 52 degrees, the east bay at 52 degrees. the north bay at 51 degrees. here it is! we'll be warming up, guys. have no fear. here it is. 60, 66 in los gatos. 64 in palo alto. san jose a high of 67. for san francisco, another day of 60s. so your day planner is also looking pretty good, although, if you're heading out for a
late-night dinner the temps will go from 60s to 50s by 6:00. fast forward through the 2:00 a.m. hour and we'll be waking up yet again to the possibility of seeing patchy frost on your wind shields overnight and into early morning. let's talk about the rain chances. we do have a disturbance sitting off the coast that is expected to make its arrival as early as wednesday night. we are going to see increasing cloud cover. one thing you'll notice is the breezy conditions will pick up, turning windy. by wednesday night fast forward through thursday. we see the chance of a lot of scattered showers with the possibility of seeing moderate to heavy isolated downpours for hours like the north bay and san jose expecting to get rain. friday there will be rain at times, gusty coast and hills expected by friday night into saturday morning the rain turns into showers with the chance of isolated thunderstorms. looking to the weekend, by saturday we should be clearing out with chance of some possible
rain on sunday night. if you're wondering about the rain totals, through friday and into saturday as the storm system exits the north bay is expecting between 1 to 3 inches of rain. the valleys, .5 inches to 1 inch. the sacramento mountains should see from 1 to over 2 inches of rain. enjoy today and tomorrow before that rain makes its arrival on wednesday, guys. >> we'll be ready for it. elon musk says he has a solution to fix the infamous los angeles traffic. the pipe dream that could become a reality. first, something that's absolutely a reality this morning. happening right now as kris reported for "today in the bay" after years of delays the sierra lamar trial has started. soon opening statements will begin. damien trujillo is inside the courtroom and will tweet out updates. google is celebrating the late fred korematsu on monday
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and even the colonization of mars. >> now maybe his most ambitious project, more than mars, a solution for l.a. traffic. nbc's joe fryer has the latest. >> reporter: elon musk doesn't like traffic. for years he's made clear his frustrations with grid lock. while the average l.a. commuter has a few options, the billionaire is working on making train travel space age and came up with a novel if somewhat boring idea to do something about it, tweeting in december traffic is driving me nuts. i am going to build a tunnel boring machine and just start digging. for years the thought for beating traffic was to look to the sky. in elon musk fashion, as others have gone high, he seems to have decided to go low. >> we started to dig a hole on
crenshaw in front of spacex headquarters. >> reporter: there had been a question as to how serious musk was about the tunnel idea. at a hyperloop competition exhibition, he confirmed ground had broken on the tunnel and clarified that beating traffic was not the only goal. >> i am quite optimistic that tunnelling can be improved by at least five-fold, maybe ten-fold. that's key to a lot of technologies. road tunnels. hyper loop tunnels. train tunnels. >> reporter: even for the rarefied tech air that elon breathes, this is ground-breaking stuff. >> as far as the pantheon of crazy elon ideas this is somewhere near the top. >> reporter: his biographer says where others have seen block aides elon finds success. >> i would say he is the closest thing we have to a real-life tony stark today. when he comes up with a totally
nuts idea he is pretty much the only person who has a track record of making these things come true. >> reporter: tony stark also moonlights as ironman. rather than fly pentagon through the air fighting criminals this real-life tech avenger seems content with moving humanity forward one big, innovative hole at a time. >> if anybody else said it, we would say, psst. >> that was joe fryer reporting. next, the investigation of a supervision odor inside san francisco's millennium tower. >> i have smelled dirty diapers, chemical smells. the list goes on and on. >> the latest problem for that skyscraper that is sinking, leaning and stinking.
millenninum tower in san much has been made of the sinking issues at the luxury millennium tower in san francisco. to hear some owners in the building tell it, their units are not only sinking, they're stinking. >> jackson vanderbeken tells us with one owner's four-year long effort to find out about mysterious odors she says are oozing from her walls and her vents. >> i am furious. i don't want to be here. >> reporter: paola says she is stuck living in the millennium tower. it's not just the furor over the sinking foundation. she says she is surrounded by strange odors that regularly invade her unit. >> i have smelled soup. i have smelled barbecue. i have smelled dirty diapers. i have smelled chemical smells. the list goes on and on.
and none of it is mine. >> reporter: pretlow lives on the 31st floor and says she has been complaining about the problem since 2012. >> i have been told for years that it's me, it's not the building. and finally i have proof that indeed this is a defective unit that i live in. >> reporter: just recently crews cut open her walls and the walls of the unit directly below her. they were searching for the source. they even set off smoke bombs to trace leaks. >> smoke billowed up into my unit, choking smoke. it was as if that smoke bomb had been set off here. >> reporter: the report they wrote identifies odors seeping in from two distinct locations within her unit. >> there are areas in my apartment that were not sealed when it was being constructed. there are holes that are
allowing the transfer of odor from one unit to the next. directly into mine. i firmly believe that this has affected my health. >> reporter: she says her neighbors should know what is going on, and she wants to know why part of the report has been blacked out. >> part of it is redacted. i have no clue as to why. >> reporter: pretlow says an attorney with the homeowners association warned her about going public, but she believes people need to know what's happening. >> that's why i am talking with you, jackson, because i don't think i should keep this secret. i want people to know what's going on with me. it may be happening to them as well. >> reporter: we talked to four of pretlow's neighbors. they said they too smelled random foul smells including algae and mold-like odors. they did not want to go on camera. pat dodson, who lives on the 42nd floor says she has heard her neighbors complain about the
problem. >> i think a lot of people are now talking to each other, where that hadn't happened before. >> reporter: her concern is about the efforts to hide data from residents. >> if it were the cia i wouldn't be puzzling. but the fact that it's our own management in our own building, that's shocking to me that there could be something we don't know about our own apartment where we live. >> reporter: pretlow says she went to millennium years ago but the developer did not act. >> they didn't want to fix it. that's the bottom line. >> reporter: we reached out to the homeowners association and to the developer of the building. they declined to comment. nbc bay area news. >> since the story originally aired we have been given an update by paula pretlow. she says the management reached out late friday to assure her a fix is in the works. we'll track the story and bring you updates.
if you have a tip for the investigative unit give us a call at 1-888-996-tips. irene mishoff was 13 years old when she vanished off a dublin street in 1989 while walking home from school. today marks 28 years since the horrible day for her parents. tonight they'll hold a candlelight vigil for eileen and walk the route she walked before she disappeared. >> we do this for her. >> yeah. >> this isn't about us. it's about her. and we don't want anybody to ever think that we have stopped looking for her. she is out there. we will not stop looking for her nor will the dublin police. >> the march starts at 7:00 in the evening at the middle school and ends at st. raymond catholic church.
san francisco health leaders are making strides in developing a right-to-die policy. the examiner reports the city's public health department is working to establish a concrete policy for patients and doctors wishing to opt into a new voluntary program. the city is aiming to support a california law that took effect last year allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending medications. >> education activists are planning a rally to oppose betsy devos and her nomination as secretary of education. the rally being planned for tomorrow. the day of a confirmation vote by a key senate committee. organizers say the teachers, students and parents are coming together at the oakland federal building at noon to protest. activists say devos' action in d.c. last week showed her, quote, lack of knowledge specifically as it concerns public education. they also obt ject to the fact that she and her family had donors to some of the senators
voting tomorrow. the fier49ers announcing thw gm. they plucked john lynch from the broadcasting booth to become the new gm. he played college ball at stanford. he made nine pro bowls and played for tampa bay and denver. the hiring is a surprise because lynch has no front-office experience. he is a heck of an analyst which is where he was last year. >> i posted it on my facebook page. i want to know what you think. i think it's exciting. one of the most critical national soccer matches in recent history coming to the south bay. avaya stadium in san jose was picked to host the u.s.-honduras world cup qualifier. tickets will be hard to come by. u.s. soccer is using a lottery system to fill the seats. quake season ticket holders are automatically be entered.
everybody else can apply for up to four tickets. once the application phase is over, a computer will randomly select the winners. >>. siktickets remembefor the s are hard to come by as well. how much are people actually spending for chips and wings and drinks and all that? the breakdown of the super costs for the super bowl. plus -- a man ends up saddled with more than $700 in pre-paid b.a.r.t. fares that he isn't going to use. i'm investigative reporter chris chmura. nbc bay area responds next. >> we're starting to warm up as we finish the start of monday into tuesday with sunday before we track rain in the forecast. an hour by hour outlook coming up in a few minutes. to a milpitas teacher whose
welcome back. nbc bay area responds to a teacher whose field trip plans flopped. >> chris chmura is here to explain how more than $700 for a field trip was on the line. >> james larssen planned a field trip to san francisco for 160 students. the idea was to take b.a.r.t. to the city. so he bought all 160 tickets using his personal credit card. a $736 charge. but james' plans went belly up when the new warm springs
b.a.r.t. station construction was delayed, meaning he and his students would have to leave from a different station. james said it doubled the travel time to two hours each way and he asked b.a.r.t. for a refund and was denied. he called us. we shared james' unique situation with b.a.r.t. and it gave him a full refund of $736. calling the situation a one-time accommodation. if you have a consumer complaint call us at 1-888-996-tips or visit us only at nbcbayarea.com/responds. all right. no complaining about the wait much longer. some call super bowl sunday an unofficial american holiday. it certainly rings more true when you consider how much americans are actually spending on the big game. a new retail survey finds more than half of all super bowl viewers will do so somewhere other than their own house. as a result fewer new tvs are
being purchased this year. the national game association says game-related spending will average about $75 per viewer. a healthy amount of chips and wings and all the other things you like to bring. seven-layer dip. >> put yourself on notice, i am not hosting this year. >> have you been invited to one of her super bowl parties? >> i am new. maybe next year. >> drag the tv outside -- >> well, if you had plans to do it outside this time today it would be great because it's sunny. the rain chances should exit just in time for super bowl celebrations. the arena looking gorgeous right now. just a few clouds. seeing cool temps but the high pressure is keeping us nice and dry. it is bringing plenty of sunshine, not just for areas along the coast. look at lake tahoe. looking beautiful thanks to the
weather underground skycams. we'll warm up as the high pressure continues to dominate. the temps will go into the 60s again. this weekend we have been enjoying 60s. we'll have another shot of that. partly cloudy skies. peninsula 48 degrees and mostly clear. tri-valley at 51 degrees. the east bay, 52 degrees. we have been waking up, though, to the chilly temps. i've been seeing a lot of early-morning patchy frost on the wind shields. san francisco 55. north bay 51. here is a look at what to expect for the highs across the bay area. san francisco could see a high of about 62 degrees. santa rosa at 63. palo alto 64. los gatos and fremont into the mid to upper 60s. and san jose has a potential of hitting a high of about 67 degrees. so we are definitely enjoying the 60s and a quick check of your day planner. here is a look at what you can plan ahead. by 1:00 we should be hitting the high of 66, 67 degrees. between 1:00 and 5:00 the temps
drop into the upper 50s. fast forward through the 9:00 hour, you are looking at 52 degrees. and we'll start to see a slight increase in cloud cover, which means you could be waking up to a bit of the early-morning patchy frost. let's go ahead and take a quick hour by hour outlook. rain arrives as early as wednesday night, wednesday afternoon 5:30 to 6:00. fast-forward to 10:00. overnight into thursday early morning. santa rosa, napa, san mateo expecting early-morning showers which could make for a slick commute. also in the santa cruz mountains expect moderate to heavy downpours early thursday morning through the early commute, unfortunately, which could make for some very slick roads out there. here is a quick check as far as rain totals. the north bay will be seeing anywhere between 1 to 3 inches by friday, for the valleys, anywhere from .5 to 1 inches of rain. for the sacramento mountains. 1 inch to 2.5 inches of rain.
this is, of course, a combination of wednesday, thursday and friday. so add the three up and those are your rain totals estimated for the long-range models. the next seven days. today we could be seeing anywhere between 64, 65. 62 degrees for tuesday. as we fast-forward through wednesday, unfortunately, that high pressure will no longer dominate and we'll be seeing a low pressure system make its entrance bringing the chance of some rain, early-morning wind expected on thursday. aside from the slick commute expect gusty winds. heading into friday also expecting patchy showers that will carry on through friday night, making time to clear out by saturday and sunday. get your umbrellas ready. i'll send things back to you. >> you'll want to stand in front of the clouds, not the sunshine. >> preserving our weekend on the other end of the graphic. coming up, the hoylllywood award season is in full swing. last night at the s.a.g. awards it was plenty political.
now in full swing. acrs turn to nor their ownat the 23rd annual screen actorsui the hollywood awards season is in full swing. last night the actors' turn to honor their own at s.a.g. >> the biggest event surprise of the night, if you will, how quickly things became political. nbc's natalie morales has much more. >> good evening fellow s.a.g. members and everyone at home. and everyone in airports that belong in my america. >> reporter: ashton kutcher just one of the many stars expressing opinions will president trump's recent immigrant travel ban. >> julia louis-dreyfus. >> reporter: picking up best female actor in a comedy series. her acceptance speech turned serious when she addressed the
controversial ban. >> my father fled religious persecution in nazi occupied france. this immigrant ban is a blemish and it's unamerican. >> reporter: he is often asked how lbj would feel about president trump. >> i honestly feel 36 would put his arm around 45 and earnestly wish him success, and he would also whisper in his ear something he said often. just don't [ bleep ] in the soup that all of us got to eat. >> reporter: best actor in a comedy series went to william h. macy portrayal of a dead beat alcoholic father in "shameless." >> i'd like to go against the strain this evening and thank president trump for making frank gallagher seem so normal.
>> reporter: stranger things earned best ensemble in a drama series and the night's biggest audience reaction. >> 1983 midwesterners will repel bullies. we will shelter freaks and outcasts, those who have no homes. we will get past. >> reporter: emma stone picked up best female lead for lala land. ali won best supporting actor. "fences" scored wins viola davis, best supporting actress and denzel washington surprised by his win for lead actor. >> i am a god-fearing man. i am supposed to have faith. i didn't have faith. i said you know that young boy is going to win, denzel. >> reporter: top prize went to "hidden figures" for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture. >> this story is about what happens when we put our differences aside and we come together as a human race.
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to return and find someone had stolen their lemons, $10 in cash and a stuffed giraffe. after hearing about the left a toy store donated the stuffed alligator and whole foods donated a crate full of lemons. dispatchers, and the police union also gave $50 to the girls to help them move their business along. >> as a mother hopefully somebody said, girls, you can't leave your stuff out in the frond yard. >> that lesson. but also who steals from 9-year-olds. >> you're right. you're right. >> what is the world coming to. a midday bump in temperatures. >> you do. the day planner looking good. by 1:00 or 2:00 we should top out with the highs in the mid to upper 60s for some parts of the bay area and then dropping right down to the 50s and the 40s for tonight. >> all right. >> enjoy. >> nice snuggling weather. thank you for joining us. we'll see you tomorrow.
stand by, everyone. we're live in five, four, three, two, one. "stranger things." [ applause ] >> oh, that was a stunner last night, even the cast of "stranger things" even they were surprised and, of course, very excited to win the top tv award in last night's screen actors guild awards. >> i just love kids. >> i love that. >> they make it so fun. their excitement, they're jumping up. by the way, they beat out some huge shows last night. "the crown". "game of thrones" "west world" "and downton abbey". >> perhaps awarding the new show. everybody talking about "stranger things." the red carpet the number one thing to get your picture with the cast of