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thousands expected take thedayp spending. both here and across theay right now at 4:30, a day without a woman. the moments happening here and across the nation today. good morning. thank you very much for joining us here on this wednesday morning. and let me just say this is one woman we're glad did not take the day off. >> of all days. i didn't get the memo. i'm here. snow fell in tahoe. >> so much snow fell. frozen precipitation. hail, sleet. high pressure builds in.
one thing you will want to do is is dress in layers. mid 40s in san jose. your hour-by-hour forecast will take you from the mid-40s right now to t-shirt weather later on. 3:00, mid-60s. cooling as we make our way into the evening. some train issues this morning, mike. >> that's right. ace train delay at great american station. we're aware it will will go on until 7:00. that first ace train will be 45 to an hour late. everything else running on time. ace train number three should be okay if everything goes on time. we had a new crash southbound 880 and coleman. over toward the bay bridge, smooth, easy drive. i'll hand it off to you guys. >> it is is happening in the north bay.
a mudslide shut down a large stretch of road in ma rain county. this map shows where it happened. marin county sheriff's department tweeted about it at 1:00 in the morning. no word when that will reopen. we are sending a photographer to try to get video of the slide for you. happening today, thousands of women across the country and here in the bay area are not going to be at work. this is all part of the day without a woman movement. >> kris sanchez is live where one of the rallies will take place this afternoon. >> reporter: they did organize this one. welcome back to work, laura. the rally will happen at san jose city hall between 12:00 and 1:00. it is an effort and men who back them up to show the income in
equality and the other social issues between men and women. it is to show the economic power of women in terms of what women do in the workplace and how women spend their money. they put together the women's march in january which drew thousands and thousands of women. it is is unclear how many people will turn out for this one. we talked with quite a few woman approaching the day differently. >> we're going to remain open because we're a small business and we represent a lot of woman. but we will donate 20% of our proceeds to planned parenthood tomorrow. >> i don't feel that much of a rapport and support for that. >> the criticism is the same as a day without anim grant. only so many people can risk losing a day of work or lose
their job altogether. >> thank you, kris. more details on the events that are going down. as kris just mentioned, here's a full list of large rallies. 12:00 p.m. at san jose city hall. 11:00 a.m. at san francisco city hall. and oakland at a bg p.m. berkeley, students and teachers are organizing a rally. new this morning, a bay area city is reportedly saying yes to the idea of a resounding no for president trump and possible impeachment. the east bay times reports alameda city council members approved asking congress to investigate president trump's business dealings and ties to russia. they believe he has too many conflicts of interest. they believe a probe would lead to impeachment proceedings.
pete suratos will join us with a live report in an hour. a high school scandal to tell you about this morning. close to a dozen napa high school football players are under investigation accused of hazing other students. and expulsion hearings will continue next week. one 16-year-old has been suspended two months. he is a high school sophomore and jv quarterback. the school started it yesterday. his parents and their attorney want it to be public because they say they have nothing to hide. >> the primary reason i'm here is to get him back in school. >> obviously something happened. we have to get to the bottom of what did or didn't happen as far as our son goes. >> as for reports are concerned, football players holding down one or more freshman and hit and
grabbed them inappropriately. we reached out to the district superintendent. a spokesperson said it is a sensitive situation and the district is striving to retain respect for student privacy. healthy stores data released. they periodically grade communities on the kinds of smoking, alcohol, and food products are available and are promoted in stores. the latest data will be released a little later this morning. bay area health department plans to provide their own feedback on today's results. we are entering a period of warmer weather. positive feedback. no one is complaining. >> the forecast will involve a layered look. from jacket weather, mid-40s. '60s and 70s in the forecast, as you notice, parts of california
still dealing with rain. some of that could near the bay area, coming up. and a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. no problems for visibility or the drive. we'll talk about what's going on for the rails as you track that commute. an attack on a military hospital in afghanistan that leads to widespread bloodshed perpetrated by someone pose anything a white lab coat. the details next.
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new this morning, gunmen storm a military hospital in afghanistan overnight it happened not far from the u.s. embassy in kabul. one of the gunmen dressed in a white doctor's coat took out an ak-47 and started shooting. at least four people were killed, 60 others wounded. it comes a week after dozens were can killed in coordinated attacks in kabul. the taliban has claimed responsibility for those attacks. no one has claimed responsibility for this most recent one. a scary story closer to home this morning. two lesser known california quake faults now the focus of a new study. it is is one scientists believe could produce a major earthquake. rose canyon andening will run from san diego to l.a. each fault was thought to be separate. but now researchers think it is one fault. it is capable of producing a 7.4
magnitude earthquake. cleanup efforts begin after deadly wildfires hit several states. >> fast moving fires more than 400,000 acres in the state's panhandle. at least four people died. that includes a boyfriend and girlfriend who were trying to move cattle when they were overcome by smoke and flames. >> another woman herding her cattle died from a heart attack. kansas, the truckers died of smoke inhalation. more than a million acres are burning across texas, oklahoma, colorado and kansas. >> moments of terror as well. lightning strikes there. that's where at least three tornadoes hopscotched across missouri. nobody was killed, but nearly 500 homes or were damaged in total. this morning the weather is expected to clear out people in
those tornado zones. a beacon of light, except when her lights go out. statue of liberty loses power. there's timely theories about why it really happened. >> the lights appear to be working just fine on the bay bridge, thank you very much. we take a live look outside this morning. traffic ticking so far. much more news, weather, and traffic in just three minutes.
at 4:44, we are talking warmer weather today. heading out to san cruz and the coast. upper 60s. along the north coast, may still be dealing with scattered showers. we'll look at that in a couple minutes. mike. looking at travel times, a portion of sir francis drake is closed at bay wood canyon. i'm checking in with sheriffs to see if they are allowing one lane through. the tech industry came out on top, not surprisingly. >> as they always do. we turn to kate rogers from cnbc world headquarters. good morning, kate. >> reporter: hey there, sam and laura. wall street will look to break its mini losing streak today. investors raising interest rates
and looking to the key jobs report on friday. the dow hosting its first back-to-back losses in january. the dow falling 29 points to 20,924. the nasdaq took 15 to 5,833. as you mentioned, health care and tech have some of the highest paying jobs in america. they rank by medical salary. doctors at number one with a median salary just under $188,000 a year. tech jobs, especially those in i.t., appear most often in the top 25. although it has been declining. your favorite old saturday morning cartoons are going digital. turner is launching boomerang. it will be available and free on
the web, ios, and android devices for $39.99 a year. >> that's perfect. my kids just discovered bugs bunny. >> i wonder what he would look like digitally? one of the most luxurious car brands in the world is looking to go green. bentley is exploring a true all-electric car for production. this is different from the recently plug-in hybrid suv due out in 2018. fully electric car. could be out as soon as 2021. you have never offered me a ride in your bentley, thank you very much. the lights went out at lady liberty last night. just barely there. the base of the statue of liberty. she remained dark a little over
an hour. it was likely due to work on emergency backup generator. but there was speculation on social media about it showing sol solidarity about a day without a woman. so we are talking about dark conditions there. it is obviously dark outside. as we wake up, temperatures up to the 70s here. >> probably the nicest stretch of seven days we have seen in quite some time. temperatures in the 70s later on. right now it is still a reminder we are stuck in winter. numbers in the low to mid-40s. 46 to wake up to right now in san francisco. we'll show you palo alto. 46 degrees. fog free. san jose, 45. so certainly cold enough for a jacket. by 9:00 and 10:00 this morning, we climb to the 50s and is 60s,
not going to need it for the afternoon. highs around 70. low to mid-70s. san francisco, 64 degrees. 65 in oakland. upper 60s around the tri-valley. hour-by-hour, clouds into the north bay. a chance of showers off to the north of sonoma county. low clouds approach the coastline. this is a pattern that is really taking shape. as high pressure builds in, storm track with a lot of rain north of the bay area. along the california/oregon border. we will see showers. into central and southern california, warming temperatures will take us through this upcoming weekend. you can see here in san francisco and the coast, mid-60s. close to 70 in santa cruz. a few increasing clouds for our inland spots. low 70s in the forecast. there you see saturday and sunday. notice saturday a few increasing clouds. a quick look at your hour-by-hour outlook.
no rain in the forecast as things stand right now. upper 60s by saturday afternoon. of the two weekend days right now, sunday will be the warmer day. 3:00 sunday afternoon, the highs back in the 70s. really nice. seven-day forecast, rain drop free for a while. i'm sure anyone can appreciate that now and through this upcoming weekend. >> good news, rain drop free. major delays on the road. an easy, early drive. the crash looks like it cleared from 880. that's good stuff. tri-valley, no major problems. coming out of the altamonte, westbound 580 off 205. 680, 880, they will see the build early on sometime after 6:00. we will see the sensors change.
roads are moving fine. rails are moving fine. the stations are right on time. track maintenance going on for the first train. >> 4:51. coming up, take the bark out of your dog's next car ride. if he likes to sit in your lap or stick his head out the window, it could be a rude awakening for people. mudslide overnight shut down a busy road. sir francis drake boulevard. we'll bring you video as soon as our photographer arrived. iceland wants to get rid of the gender pay gap by 2022. we'll be back much sooner than that, in just two minutes.
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welcome back, everyone. very good wednesday morning to you. a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. folks already out and about. a peek of great weather heading our way. 4:54. looking for a forever home this morning. the spca is asking for your help. it recently took in 80 chihuahuas, all of them from the same home. each has since been spayed, newt erred, micro chipped. 30 are still looking for loving families. if you can't adopt, consider donating money or supplies. visit our website,
nbcbayarea.com and click on the link in the upper left-hand corner of the web page. chihuahuas are fairly manageable in a car. they are pretty small. bad news for dogs. they are going to need to be strapped in. >> it would ban dogs from riding in cars with their head out the window. maine is considering a law for dogs to be restrained while in the car. dogs sticking their head out the window, moving freely in the car will be considered illegal. it is stirring up mixed feelings among dog owners. >> anything that is not tied down is a projectile and can-can lead to significant issue. >> there are laws in place in maine and other northeastern states prohibiting dogs from ride anything truck bed. >> my dog drives me nuts sitting
in my lap for two seconds. so i understand where they're coming from. a brighter look for students. they are launching the san is jose promise program. it aims to make community college affordable and acceptable for local high school students, all students. they plan expanding college scholarship and readiness programs. the launch event is at 11:00 at san jose city college. warmer weather coming our way. we're tracking above average temperatures instead of above average rainfall for a change. upper 60s by midafternoon. some parts of northern california still dealing with showers. that's coming up in a few minutes. a look at the dublin grade. the winding road. tail lights towards the dublin interchange.
an arrest in the death of a little league coach. why he never should have been on the streets in the first place. congress divided. today the debate begins on capitol hill on a proposed bill to replace the affordable care act. two weeks later flood victims in san jose waiting for help and answers. the state of emergency fund anything limbo right now. today in the bay starts right now. and you have reached the middle of your week. early morning at 5:00. >> very early morning. get straight to the forecast. it's going to be a gorgeous day.
a bit brisk around the santa clara valley. middle of the screen, 12:00 and 3:00, low 70s later today. i'll let you know how long the above average temperatures last in the forecast. we'll see happening with issues in the north bay. >> you talk about no rain. of course. dealing with wet soil. delays at sir francis drake. eight miles away from the freeway. same as the last five. be careful through the area. lucas valley road is an alternate over there. ace train number 1, no alternate needed.