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very good wednesday morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. gary has the day off and vianey is here telling us about the rain in the bay. >> the rain is gracing us with its presence as well. we're definitely seeing plenty of activity on our radar and showcasing itself to form light showers using our own storm ranger. sitting on top of the mountain. you can see light showers pushing in to discovery. in the a lot of heavy pockets of rain. however, if you're going to be taking public transportation, please take an umbrella. we're expecting periods of on and off again showers. here's a look at pleasant hill b.a.r.t. the temperatures will remain in the 50s. bundle up appropriately and keep that umbrella on hand. let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> that wet roads for the commuters, the golden gate bridge camera is covered.
we'll see this possibly throughout the morning. folks using wipers as well. slick conditions. you see the lighter flow of traffic. you can make out the individual sets of headlights there. vianey is following the radar in the san francisco area and we're looking at the blogs. the active rain. san pablo saw a lot of rain early. we haven't seen a lot of slowing. that's very good for this time on a wednesday. you saw that red sweep coming in. storm ranger has that radar. also showing you the highlight in green, mostly green sensors. not a lot of slowing. >> thank you very much, mike. at 6:01, we continue our coverage of services for former president george h.w. bush. washington's final farewell to our 41st president will get under way today. this is where it is happening. the national cathedral in washington. since his death, there's been a massive effort in the last few days to get everything just
right. tracie potts at the national cathedral. we'll continue our coverage this evening. tracie. >> hey there, laura. soon we'll see the motorcade headed to the service today. the massive display of pomp and circumstance here in washington, something that ironically colleagues say president bush never really saw for himself. >> thousands of guests will fill the national cathedral to celebrate the life of him. >> just an amazing, warm, kind gentle human being. >> four former living presidents, obama, bush, clinton and carter, plus president trump will pay their respects with dignitaries from around the world. the service includes hymns chosen by the family and scriptures read by two bush grandchildren. former president george w. bush who struggled with grief on
monday will eulogize his father. >> there's a lot of pressure for him to get it just right. >> a steady stream of visitors at the capitol, politicians, sports legends, ordinary people who waited to r hours for a moment to say good-bye. >> he was a man of integrity. >> you knew that he cared and he connected. >> there were poignant moments. a final salute from former senator bob dole and one last visit from his service dog, sully. this afternoon, special air mission 41 stands ready for the final journey back to texas. and one more private memorial. >> it's fitting. the way he would have wanted it >> the way he planned it, with no missing man flyover, no hail to the chief. just farewell. now, we are watching for that motorcade to arrive here at the cathedral. you know, there is so much planning that goes into
something like this. people really don't realize it takes years and it all comes together in a matter of days. the military in charge here in washington telling us they had 4,000 people involved. laura? >> it should be spectacular as well. what a wonderful tribute. i'm sure that is planned for today. tracie, thank you very much. there are several changes because of the funeral. today is a national day of mourning. you will nod receive any mail, post offices are closed. they may do some package deliveries. stock market is shut down today. most federal offices as well. some banks and courts will also be closed as well. make sure you check ahead. new this morning, it is a new day in downtown san jose. that is because about 12:30 this morning, the city council voted to approve a land sale to google that paves the path for a massive campus downtown. "today in the bay" kris sanchez live in san jose downtown with
how all of this went down, who got what they wanted and who was left out, kris? >> reporter: hi there, marcus. clearly, the city and google are pleased with this deal. they've been working on it for months now, perhaps even years. they got what they wanted. there were a lot of folks who were speaking in public comments who were talking about the impact this would have on their city and their quality of life. take a look at this video. some protesters, eight of them, were arrested. some of them had chained themselves to their chairs and had to be taken away in cuffs. there were folks talking about how this would impact their city and they're talking about the impact on housing prices and employment as well. though other people saying this is a good thing for san jose. >> jobs for a bunch of people. that's not going to happen for minorities. >> it's something that san jose
has been wanting for decades. for google to choose a transit-rich area to build out and especially right next to our downtown, it's going to be transformational. >> reporter: the google development could create 20,000 to 25,000 jobs. a and the construction jobs as well. the campus is to have housing and retail and hotel space and in contrast to apple's headquarters in cupertino that are kind of walled off from the rest of the city, this campus is meant to be open and accessible to the people of san jose. the mayor told us 25% of the housing would be affordable and rent restricted. a lot of other details still have to be worked out, including a community benefits package and also a downtown sea that could generate fund for be construction. that is coming down the road. we posted the story on
nbcbayarea.com. i also tweeted out the link on twitter and put it on facebook in case you want to read more about what this means. it really is a big deal for san jose, not just the downtown area, but the downtown area and beyond. in san jose, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> all right, kris. the meeting lasted past 12:30 this morning. but our team works around the clock for you. we actually pushed a breaking news alert for you on the phones when it came down. be sure to download our free nbc bay area app. this way you will not miss any big stories as they happen. also new this morning, self-driving cars developed by dpoog google are available for paying customers. >> the news broke in the last hour. bob redell joins us live in mountain view. where can people hail one of these vehicles? >> reporter: laura, marcus, not here in the bay area, at least not yet. waymo 1 is the name of the company. it's owned by alphabet based
here in mountain view. it's going to start in the phoenix metro area starting this morning. you might have seen the autonomous minivans driving around the mountain view area during test runs the past several years. the driverless vehicles, they use sensors and software to navigate the roads and avoid obstacles like other vehicles and pedestrians. in this video handed out by waymo, you can see how the new service will work in arizona. users will call for a waymo, using an app. very much like uber or lyft. agree to the price. whammo, there's your waymo, in theory. the service is only available to just over 400 people. those who have been part of the early rider program since april of last year. the company also says that there will be a driver in the car at first as this program rolls out. they're just doing that to supervise the vehicles. waymo says its autonomous cars which have been in testing in the real world since 2014 have driven 10 million miles on
roads, 7 billion miles in simulations. still, when nbc bay area spoke to people recently, a number of people were uncertain, even about the new driverless technology. waymo 1 plans to expand its service. not clear when it will come to the bay area. reporting live in mountain view, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> he'll be waiting for it, bob. >> yes, we will fl. let's check the forecast right now. hopefully people not waiting out there because of the rain. >> it's here and it's trickling out of the area. but still bringing with it plenty of moisture. we're going to keep the rain and the showers through the end of the mid-morning and then into the early evening it will start to clear out. here's a quick look at the microclimate highs. temperatures will be in the 50s. 53 degrees for livermore. 56 for concord. 54 through napa. the coast, low to mid-50s. as far as the bay area skies, we'll keep that scattered rain
early in the morning and by early evening, a spotty chance through the afternoon. we'll start to see the rain tim inish and we'll keep a lot of that cloud cover. bundle up and keep the umbrella on hand. tomorrow is expected to be a drier day before more rain moves in. i'll talk about that in a bit. we got to send things over to mike. >> giving us a break. no matter what. the peninsula, this is what you want. we have a smooth drive right now through palo alto. we'll see this grow. northbound, you can get off there. continue to change the config e configurati configuration. as you get to the freeway from willow, you're going to enter the freeway from your right whether northbound or southbound 101. we shout that out from time to time. looking at the green highlighting around the bay, wet road ways from overnight rain and the green sensors pretty much a green smooth flow of traffic. little build for san jose and hayward over there. upper east shore free warks crash at pablo. sound like everything is to the
shoulder. i'll double-check, guys. >> sounds good. the real estate wire fraud. the huge loss for bay area families and what you can do to keep yourself safe. on market as well. really tough day yesterday. i'll show you where your money went coming up. right now, a live look outside of capitol hill. president bush's casket is set to leave soon there. our live coverage continues all morning long. it is 6:11 right now. you're watching "today in the bay."
(time check ( it is 6:14. now we're tracking the last of those showers that kind of swept in through last night. this is a live look at downtown san jose. a quick look at your santa clara temperature trend. we'll keep light showers in through 10:00 a.m. temperatures in the 3550s and i will move out. 30-plus miles per hour winds. i'll have the details on more coming up. looking at the travel times creeping up at the top of your screen. 35 minutes from highway 4 to the bay bridge. we do have a crash in san pablo. we'll track that as well as the other conditions of that wet roadway. not a major problem here in fremont. good wednesday to you. markets will be closed today for the national day of mourning. tough, tough day on the markets yesterday. dow fell nearly 800 points.
nasdaq much worse off when you look at it from percentages. now, these ups and downs are largely artificial driven by president trump's insistence earlier this week that he had made a deal with china when he really hadn't. nothing on paper anyway. the two countries didn't even agree on what they agreed on. so a rally on monday turned into a selloff, especially after a series of tweets from trump including this one that starts, i am a tariff man. it goes on to say we are right now taking in billions of tariffs. make america rich again. what he's not telling you or possibly doesn't understand himself is i don't know why he bragged about this. when america collects billions in tariffs, we're collecting them from the receiver. when we put tariffs on foreign goods, those tariffs are collected from americans. the billions that he's talking about right now are paid by americans. not by chinese. >> the new trade cease-fire, in
the case with kim jong-un, they walked away with entirely different understandings and that was on paper. the trade deal is not the only thing bothering wall street. we're seeing a flattening between the interest on short-term and long-term bonds. we talked about this yesterday. it could be worse. but it's enough to put traders on edge. as the flattening of the yield curve is usually a associated with an upcoming recession. now, it takes a while and not everything is a sign of an upcoming recession. the fact that we're this many years into a 7 to 9-year cycle. we'll continue to watch this. >> the tariffs, that gets passed on to the consumer. >> absolutely. when a chinese product comes into america, you're paying the tariff. >> they pay a tariff, though and then it's handed down to us. >> when a ship comes into los angeles, somebody in los angeles is paying that tariff.
not in beijing. >> a lot of bay area companies as well. thanks a lot. a follow-up this morning. styrofoam -- >> no more styrofoam there. going the way of the plastic bags. supervisors unanimously approved a styrofoam ban for all unincorporated areas, most cities have similar bans. merchants have a six-month grace period to get rid of their existing supplies. find a way to take home that food. >> waking up to wet roads out there. >> yeah. but the rain is start to go diminish. the scattered showers getting lighter and lighter. we're still, of course, tracking those 50s in the forecast. so, so far right now, you can see mobile doppler radar, not as active as it was at 4:30. still seeing a couple of showers moving through petaluma. the fairfield area as well. in through concord right now. we saw this line of showers push
through san francisco. that's that rain that you were seeing on the bay bridge when mike was showing the cameras. it might push more in towards oakland and hayward. oakla oakland, get ready for that. santa cruz getting some showers. driving through highway 17. that's a tough commute especially when it's raining. slow it down out there. we know it gets pretty dark and foggy. we're not seeing a lot of fog this morning. san jose's temperature trend, even though not a lot on the radar in the south bay, we'll keep the possibility of on and off showers. a lot of moisture off to the coast. that's going to bring in the chance for that. by 10:00 a.m., you'll notice we'll keep the cloudy skies. we'll get breaks in the sunshine. the skies will clear and then it will seem like it dries out into the evening hours. as for concord as well, we're ex pecksi pekting to see the cloudy skies. higher totals expected for the santa cruz mountains. not a huge rainmaker out of this
system. the hour by hour wind speeds, i want to showcase that. it's still gust any santa rosa. if i take you through the afternoon, you notice it's going to be pretty breezy to windy. it will die down into the evening hours. through the early morning and the mid afternoon, pecks ekt 15 to 20 mile per hour winds. drying out. tomorrow and friday, we'll catch a break on saturday. on sunday, into the evening hours, another system that swoops in and not only is it going to bring more rain, it's going to drop our temperatures down as well. that rain is expected to carry over into monday. monday is probably going to be our heaviest rain and the heaviest commute. about 55 degrees. into tuesday, we see the system clear out. so far right now, we officially welcome the rainy season without a doubt. how are the roads, mike? >> sometimes wet in patches. your radar shows more activity. vianey says watch out oakland. all the water is crossing over to 880.
right now the roadways look smooth. in fact, as we pull out the radar, that blob coming towards oakland. the south bay was hit early. santa clara doing just fine. north 101 shows that build just a bit. gradual build at 6:20 in the morning. we have slowing for the upper east shore into san pap lblo. looks like the vehicles made it out of the roadway without major issues or slowing. contra costa county has wet roads or slower conditions. let's show you how we're timing out. as you get out of antioch towards lafayette, and the walnut creek interchange, we have an hour and seven minutes. i can save you -- not i. our partners at waze is save you time. they can cut you through and past highway 4 and 680. they'll help you out whenever, wherever you're driving. back to you. >> thanks, mike.
tistill ahead, working on breaking news in fremont. a heavy police presence after a deadly shooting there. coming up at 6:30, the latest on that investigation. and what we know about how this all started. they're losing tens of thousands of dollars, but is anyone helping them? i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. nbc bay area responds. next. before we take a quick break, nation honoring the life and legacy of george h.w. bush. funeral service being held in washington, d.c. a u.s. ambassador sharing photos on twitter signing a condolence book for bush's family. stay with us throughout the morning. nbc news will broadcast the funeral live. state funeral for r
6:24 for you right now. back to our coverage of the state funeral for former president george hch.w. bush. a look inside the national cathedral. seeing people already gathering there. former vice president dick cheney moments ago. now we want to go to capitol hill waiting for the body of president george h.w. bush to leave there from the rotunda at the u.s. capitol and head over to the national cathedral there. we will continue to follow the story throughout the morning on "today in the bay" as well as on nbc bay area. 6:24 right now. throughout this year, nbc bay
area is investigating real estate wire fraud. it's a fast-growing crime leading to staggering losses for bay area families. >> consumer investigator chris chmura and his team are following up with victims as they try to put their lives back together. >> good morning. it's been seven months since cindy bernal lost her nest egg to thieves. she's no closer to getting her money back. wee first brought you her story in june. hackers intercepted her $25,000 cash payment when she tried to buy a house. the crooks used a bogus e-mail to trick her into transferring the money to the wrong account. it's gone. cindy had no warning this could happen. >> i wasn't aware of wire fraud. i didn't know that i should have called the title company. i didn't know all these things. >> why can't law enforcement do more to help fraud victims like cindy. tonight at 6:00, we asked bay area prosecutors what's keeping them from catching cyber crooks. why is it so difficult to
identify and arrest hackers in these cases? if you have a consumer complaint for us to investigate, please call us. the number is 888-996-tips or visit bay area.com/responds. i'll see you again tonight at 6:00. >> thank you, chris. here are the stories we're working on for you at 6:30. president bush's funeral is set to start at 8:00 this morning, 7:00 nbc will start their live coverage there. these are pictures from inside the national cathedral. another live report from washington in just a moment. first at 6:30, we're back live on the scene of breaking news in the east bay. a deadly shooting overnight in fremont as police are out in force. what our crew is learning this morning. at 6:45, a touching tribute to a life cut short. new information about a little girl just three years old, hit and killed in a parking lot of a contra costa county shopping center. 6:26 for you right now. you're watching "today in the bay." hey, batter, batter, batter, batter.
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kerry has the day off. let's check in with vianey arana. >> we have plenty of showers out there. as the hours go by, you're going to notice it's not as widespread, just a couple pockets here and there. we've got some through petaluma as well into the fairfield area. in next couple of hours as the rain diminishes, a chance of pop-up showers here and there. the moisture off to the coast. if you're going to be taking public transportation this morning, here's a look at your pleasant hill b.a.r.t. forecast. you can see by 9:00 a.m., we'll keep the rain in there. make sure to take an umbrella, light coat. definitely dress for a cool afternoon throughout the bay area. now let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> all right. cool driving out there as well. temperatures as well as conditions as far as the volume of traffic. we're getting better conditions as well. the rain not on the lens at the richmond-san rafael bridge. but you see the sheen, the
slicker roadways and smaller puddles. be careful. all around the bay, you see that radar activity. the very nee-- rain is a concer because there was a fuel leak after an earlier crash. i'm continuing to track that. more slowing through san pablo. that crash is still over on the shoulder near the exit. the rest of the bay and the east bay. hayward, as they have a typical pattern. back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. back live to washington ahead of the funeral for president george h.w. bush. first breaking news for you locally in napa right now. police investigating a deadly officer-involved shooting. it happened near the intersection of lincoln. police officers had responded to some sort of domestic altercation a little before 2:00
in the morning. there was a physical confrontation with a man and officers used lethal force. we don't know yet if the suspect was armed. we have a crew headed to the scene to bring you more information as soon as we get it. more breaking news this time in fremont. >> there's been a deadly shoot and right now pete tur at owes has the details. -- surraatos has the details. pete? >> reporter: good morning to you, marcus. the coroner's van arrived in the past ten minutes or so here on chaucer drive off of paseo pablo drive. fremont police, suvs still on the scene. now the information is still very limited at this point. we can report that this was a double shooting in this residential neighborhood of fremont. we know that one person is dead and they're treating this as a homicide scene. i want to show you video from earlier this morning. i want to show you at 12:00 a.m. is what we're told. the rain was coming down.
you see there's a car on the front lawn. we know this is connected to the shooting. how it is connected, we're not quite sure yet. we're hoping to get more information on it. you see there's a tarp on top of that car. so at this moment, we don't know the cause of the shooting or if they have a suspect in custody. guys back out here live to the scene of a double shooting. we can report, though, that this is a third homicide in fremont this year. we're hoping to get an update from police at some point this morning. we're live here in fremont, pete suratos for "today in the bay." >> pete, thanks for that update there. at 6:33, there's a small sense of relief for butte county wildfire victims. that's because the massive list of people unaccounted for has been reduced to a handful of names. when it comes to the deaths, there have been 85 confirmed from last month's firestorm. you probably remember in the days after the fire, the number of people missing at times rose above 1,000. but authorities say as of
yesterday, just 11 names are now left on that list. also new details, santa clara county appears to be one step closer to saying bon voyage to its -- one of its commuter airports there. supervisors yesterday agreed to refuse new federal funding for reed hill view airport there. that would have required keeping the airport open for at least another 20 years. as it stands, the airport is currently locked in to operate for the next 12 years when its current federal grants expire. the county will explore alternative uses for that land and upgrade facility at the commuter airport in san martin. it's 6:34 right now. new this morning, b.a.r.t. launching a new smartphone app to help riders catch their flights. you can purchase tickets in advance. the app will help you calculate the fares based on the length of your trip. if you buy the tickets on the app, you'll be discounted 25%.
san francisco becoming the first major city in the country to get rid of minimum parking requirements for all types of development. city's board of supervisors voted to pass the ordinance yesterday. it eliminates planning provisions. a second vote takes place next week. 6:35. this morning, the nation's final farewell for president george h.w. bush is set to get under way. funeral services for the 41st president are set to start at 8:00 this morning in washington, d.c. >> tracie potts outside the cathedral where mourners are starting to gather. good morning, tracie. >> hi. good morning everyone. people are gathering here, in fact they've been arriving for some time now waiting to r that moment heading from the capitol.
live pictures of the capitol now where the motorcade will leave with that casket that has been there for two days now. people, even this morning, within the last hour are still filing by to pay their respects. now the focus will come here to the national cathedral. inside the cathedral we're seeing people start to gather. those people will soon include members of the bush family, four living former presidents and president trump and mrs. trump. a part of the ceremony. he's not speaking. but former president george w. bush is going to be speaking about his father as well. president trump did tweet this morning that he was looking forward to spending time with the bush family. of course, he did that yesterday as well in a private meeting with the bushes. but he tweeted this morning that he's looking forward to spending time with them. on what's a very solemn occasion
but also as president bush's son put it, a celebratory occasion as washington remembers and pays tribute to its 41st president. live at the national cathedral, we will soon see not only the family and the speakers, but the dignitaries who have come from all over the world for this national service today. it is a national day of mourning. back to you. >> thanks so much, tracie. once again, here is a look at today's plan. nbc news will bring us live coverage starting at 7:00 a.m. right here on nbc bay area. right after today in bay. the funeral itself starts at 8:00 a.m. at 4:45, president bush will lie in repose at st. martin's episcopal church in texas. we'll have that coverage as well. some of the shots look beautiful there, beautiful weather. it will be a wonderful celebration of his life. here, it's kind of opposite. rain still droplets forming on
the bay bridge toll plaza lens. you do notice the fastrak lanes are backed up. it smoothes out once you're at the toll plaza. over the bridge, we see all of this highlighted in green. wet conditions all around the bay. the crash at san pablo is on the shoulder. it's a distraction. that's kind of all that's going on right now with a light build to the commute. >> well, we do have changes this weekend. the radar right now is showing off the storm that moved in last night. we have another storm. but it's not this one. i want to show you what this looks like. you want to know where the rain is. a line of showers pushing through the peninsula and spotty showers through portions of the south bay.
you can see moisture off to the coast. again, another system is trickling in this weekend. let me go over the timeline. coast bay and inland for saturday, temperatures in the 50s and a couple of 60s on map for inland areas. it will be kind of a culmination of sun and clouds. so it won't be completely sunny in all spots but as the increase of cloud cover rolls in as we head towards sunday, this is when we get another system that rolls in. the system is looking to move in pretty late on sunday night. that's why it put evening rain through here. what the system is going to do, drop down some of the inland temperatures back into the 50s. we'll see an increase in temperatures in towards thursday and friday as we begin to warm up. then the temperatures will once again drop towards sunday night. that's just something that you have to plan for if you're going to be out late for sunday night. back to you. >> good to know. 6:39 right now. coming up next, local stories. including the fate of a proposed catholic high school in morgan hill. what may be decided. why the plan could have a prayer
this time, even though some say it's been in purgatory for years. what you're looking at right there, a mother and baby daughter squeezing under a fence making international headlines there this morning. find out what happened after they made it across. the special counsel says one of president trump's former closest aides is giving substantial assistance. we'll tell you what that means when "today in the bay" continues. man's world?
it is 6:42. tracking the rain live. we're seeing the leftover of the showers trickling down. a quick look at the fremont temperature trend will keep the chance of showers in through the mid-morning. temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. we'll keep the cloudy skies as well. the winds are expected to diminish. right now seeing gusty conditions in the north bay. i'll break it all down for you coming up. no breakdowns or crashes on the san jose bridge. that's the good news. the bad news is you have a lot of folks heading to the san mateo bridge. the conditions, we'll track those coming up. our top story this morning. the funeral for former president george h.w. bush is set to get under way in just over an hour now. a live look at washington, d.c. inside the national cathedral. many started gathering this morning. we've seen colin powell and dick cheney there this morning. you can see a lot of people
getting ready to get the day started. this morning, the president's two granddaughters are reflecting about their final moments with their grandfather in an exclusive interview with savannah guthrie. >> what did that mean to you and your family to spend these final days and weeks and months? >> i mean, we didn't take it for granted because we knew most likely this was going to be his last summer. we all knew that. we took communion with him on sundays. one of my favorite memories were my little girls singing jesus loves me and watching my grandpa sing it. it was beautiful. that contrast between the old and the young. >> now, the sisters added that we should all make time for our loved ones. life it too short. >> that is so true. a memorial stands where a
toddler lost her life taken far too soon. a 3-year-old of brentwood died monday night. she was struck by a car. it happened in the parking lot at summersville town center mall near highway 4. the driver is said to be cooperating in the investigation. police do not believe drugs or alcohol played a role. new details for you on a story we've been following for months here. >> santa clara county agency will consider whether to construct a catholic high school. morgan hill, preserving open space. san jose's catholic diocese owns the land and wants to build the school. the city of morgan hill has been annexed -- had to be annexed in order to have the city services. now it's up to santa clara county there, local agency formation commission. >> we're offering a one to one mitigation for every acreage of
land for the children, the students, we'll reserve another acre to keep it agricultural. >> now, the commission declined to comment ahead of the vote today. now to dramatic video from the california/mexico border. a mother and daughter going under a fence. take a look. >> you can hear their cries. rachel rivera from honduras told reporters she wants to give her daughter a better life. after crossing into the u.s., they were taken in by border patrol officers. not clear where they are now. in recent weeks, president trump's administration has been releasing detained immigrants putting a strain on shelters in san diego and texas. 6:46 for you. one of the top former aides of the president is apparently spilling the beans. >> michael flynn has been a great help to the special counsel. >> substantial assistance, laura. this according to mueller's office. normally mueller's office is
famously tight-lipped. we know that flynn has been a big help because of court documents released by the special prosecutor in which he says trump's former general has been fully cooperating with the investigation and should not have to go to prison. >> to remind you flynn was a general, an early trump supporter and became national security adviser and had secret contacts with the hush shans. some of them may have -- russians. some of them may have been on the order of trump's son, jared kushner. the point is flynn lied about the russian meetings to the fbi. flynn worked for president obama for a while. obama fired him in 2014. president obama warned president-elect trump not to hire michael flynn. months later, sally yates warned president trump flynn was lying about those russian contacts. we're also expecting to find out more about trump's former campaign manager, paul manafort in jail but awaiting sentencing. the special counsel says
manafort lied to them as well even after agreeing to cooperate. we don't know what about but according to them he lied. vladimir putin just said that russia would withdraw from a key nuclear arms treaty if america withdrew from it. it covers a class of nuclear weapons. there's a lot of finger pointing here. our secretary of state says we're going to withdraw unless russia lives up to its promises. >> in light of these facts, the united states declared it found russia in material breach of the treaty and will suspend our obligations as a remedy effective in 60 days unless russia returns to full and verifiable compliance. >> what's going on? it's america's opinion that russia violated the int treaty. that's why we want out. russia has been stationing missiles in europe for quite some time now that are capable of carrying nuclear warheads. we'll continue to follow this. we'll obviously be covering the funeral of george h.w. bush as well.
we'll be doing that on television and we'll be following along on twitter as well. >> thanks, scott. right now, a look ahead at the traffic and weather. the rain is kind of moving out of the area? >> trickling down. radar less active. we've had plenty of moisture that moved in overnight. some has a decent amount of heavier pockets. right now, though, our radar is picking up slowing and clearing in terms of the rain. a live look in san francisco. you can see we've got some areas we're still seeing sheen on the roads, including in downtown san jose. that's because we're getting the occasional pockets of rain that drizzle down and it lingers and goes away. this is what satellite and radar is picking up right now. pockets moving through the peninsula. rain pushing through santa cruz as well. if i zoom this out and take this to our storm ranger. it's on top of san bruno mountain. it is picking up rain through fairfield as well. not as heavy through san jose. you can see we've taken a
breakthrough there. let's look at the hour by hour outlook. by 9:30, moisture will be pushing through san francisco as well as far northern areas. in through santa cruz and we'll get an occasional pocket of rain through 12:30. notice some areas of showers in through san jose. we've got moisture pushing up from the south. that's why we're keeping this period of on and off again rain at least through the afternoon. if you notice by 5:30, the a majority of the moisture trickles out completely and we get a lot of cloud cover that lingers. by thursday morning, by tomorrow, it will be moved out of area. what's going to be left behind is a much drier day for thursday and as we head in towards friday as well. as far as the temperatures go for inland areas, we're going to stick to the 50s through tomorrow. we warm up a little bit into friday and saturday. we keep the dry conditions for the first half of your weekend. but as we head in towards sunday, this is where another change is anticipated. that's because we're monitoring another system. this system right now, the timing seems to move in late
sunday into early monday morning. that's what we're going to keep an eye out for. it could be a decent rainmaker, especially for the north bay and coastal mountains. let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> vianey, that rain has the leftovers. the water on the roadway. we're looking at the radar. the scan vianey is talking about, that red laine showing yu sta storm ranger. moving through daly city as well. we'll watch for the continued wet roadways. but we pull that layer off and pull it in with the traffic syste systems. we're showing damp roadways where it's highlighted in green. south bay commute is just starting right now. no major problems. a slower drive across the bridge. i'm tracking this for haz-mat situations. not a lot of slowing. more slowing towards san pablo. still the crash on the shoulder.
good but more traffic towards the bay bridge where you see the water on the lens. you see more drops there. use your windshield wipers and use caution through the area. slower speeds necessary. but only the fastrak will show -- we've not seen weath weather-related problems here. back to you. thank you very much, mike. 6:52 right now. happening now, breaking news. we're getting our first video of a shooting in a food supply warehouse in baltimore. one person was shot at the business. very large police presence there at the scene. there are reports of two suspects. we got word in just the last hour or so that a s.w.a.t. team has searched the building. but the suspects got away. next here on "today in the bay," a quick look at the top stories, including breaking news from the north bay where a suspect is dead after an officer shoots them. plus, a landmark sale overnight. san jose approved that google
expansion. tense moments, protests, arrests and what happens next. take a look at this video into our newsroom overnight. a car mangled after smashing into a light pole in the south bay. what we know about the people hurt. it is 6:53 right now. we're back in two minutes with more news. welcome back.
"today in the bay." we begin with breaking news in napa and word of a deadly police shooting. you're looking at the first pictures into our newsroom from the scene. this is near lincoln. officers responded to some sort of domestic dispute about 2:00 in the morning. they say a man got into a confrontation with the officers, which then forced them to open fire. we don't know yet if that man was armed. breaking news in fremont where we're following developments in an overnight deadly double shooting. police say that one person was shot and killed. a second person is hurt. this is video from newton court and chaucer drive east of paseo padre parkway. details are limited. from the video, it appears the victim was shot inside the car. we have a crew there. we'll bring you more information as soon as we get it. now to coverage of today's state funeral for president george h.w. bush. only the 34th in the history of the nation's capitol to be buried. we'll take a look at the
national cathedral in washington, d.c. where dignitaries have been gathering for quite some time. the funeral starts at 8:00 this morning. we'll start our live coverage, nbc news live coverage. the funeral. at 4:45 in the afternoon, the president will be taken to texas where he will lie in repose there. they will have a private family funeral tomorrow in texas. a victory for google and its search to bring a massive new development to the south bay. here's pay live look in san jose just now. council members unanimously passed a deal. it paves the way for google's transit area. it may eventually bring 25,000 jobs. it was following hours of public testimony earlier in the day. >> they're promising jobs for a
bunch of people. that's not going to happen for minority. >> it's something that san jose has been wanting for decades. for google to choose a transit-rich area to build out and especially next to the downtown, it's going to be transformational. >> here's a map of the area. all the parcels set between santa clara and san carlos streets. google as scooped up another surrounding properties there in that area. 6:58 right now. new this morning, two people injured after a car slammed into a utility pole in the south bay. happened at 3:00 in the morning on capital expressway and snell in san jose. firefighters say both people in the car had serious injuries. no word on what may have caused the crash. we believe all lanes -- i would assume, they're reopened. it happened so early this morning. if you live in phoenix, arizona, you can use an app to order a self-driving car from waymo. the car is supposed to take you to your destination with
driverless technology. for now, an operator will be on hand just in case. we don't know when the service called waymo 1 will roll into the bay area. waymo is owned by google's parent company alphabet. another quick check of weather and traffic together. what about the forecast? >> expect to the see the scattered chance of showers through the early morning into the afternoon as well. temperatures in the upper 50s for san francisco and the inland area. we dry out for tomorrow and friday before another system moves in on sunday. all right. sounds good. what about that morning commute? >> it's calm. very good right now. wet roadways. be careful. they're starting to calm down as vianey talked about. the san mateo bridge, it's running smoothly. palo alto, you can see damp roadways and the clouds above. there may be issues around the bay but not a lot of traffic so far. >>let hope it stays smooth. that's what's happening "today in the bay." nbc news coverage for the
funeral of george h.w. bush is coming up next. we're going to have live continuing coverage starting at 7:00 a.m. don't forget. the services start at 8:00 this morning. coverage starts right now with nbc's live coverage. good morning, everybody. if you are just joining us, it's 10:00 a.m. in the east. this is a shot of the united states capitol. at this hour the casket of george h.w. bush will come here to the national cathedral as the nation bids farewell to the president. packed room full of official washington past and present. every living former president will be in attendance. he will be eulogized by another former president, his own son.