tv Today in the Bay NBC January 7, 2019 4:30am-5:00am PST
but it welcome to monday morning. the rain has taken a break for now. it's going to be a pretty foggy week. what a day yesterday, the downpours everywhere. live look at dublin this morning, folks up and about, maybe returning to work finally after the holidays. guess what? the gang is all here today. >> first time this year. >> first time for the year. good morning to you. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm marcus washington. mike will have a look at the commute in a bit. first we start out with soggy weather. >> it's been so windy and so wet across the bay area, now we're drying out. here is a live look in san jose as you step out the door, just a few lingering clouds, maybe some puddles left on the road but we will have peeks of sunshine.
it's going to be in the upper 50s. every now and then the sun peeks out but much improved weather for this afternoon. the next storm in the forecast we'll talk about, and mike gets you out the door. >> the roadways may be slick. the index doesn't point out any major problems, there will be slicker roadways. there's a crash 87 on the shoulder. over here eastbound 580 coming off the richmond bridge headed over toward the east shore freeway a crash should be on the shoulder as well. live look between the bay bridge and san mateo bridge, both have wind advisories. back to you. >> this morning, we're drying off from another wet weekend across the bay area. >> take francisco and san working to
clean up from the big weekend just about everywhere. this is a crash that happened on 101 inhillsburg, a car flipped over the guardrail and crashed into a creek. amazingly, the driver wasn't badly hurt. also in the north bay, floodwaters swept through the front yard of a home in san anselmo after a clogged culvert. the homeowner said it happened quickly. >> everything was fine. there is another big culvert down there, and i stepped away for about two minutes, and the n knocked into the little creek there. >> thankfully dry, only the garage was flooded. more problems, a car that slid off of a slick roadway there. luckily, no one was injured in that crash. saying good-bye. this video released l brown and
his dog walking out of the governor's office for the last time. it's the really of a dynasty and start of a new era. >> in a few hours governor-elect gavin newsom will be officially sworn in. the stage is set for the inauguration, but before all of that, a special tribute in the capitol. thom jensen has the story from sacramento. ♪ >> reporter: a party in the state's capitol city, hosted by its new couple. a night to celebrate on the eve of governor-elect gavin newsom's inauguration. the theme, california rises, because proceeds from the party and concert to victims of the state's destructive wildfires. >> and to celebrate the first responder sps the right thing to do. >> reporter: newsom will be sworn in as state capitol here in sacramento. he says he's ready to tackle the work ahead right away. >> but a budget that, within 48
hours, i'll be presenting, maybe 72, pending strike down in los angeles, the challenges it faces to issues related to our utilities. two men from paradise who opened the concert lost their homes in the camp wildfire and have written two songs about the experience and their communities. ♪ i thank god that i escaped with my life ♪ >> reporter: money from those songs go to fire victims, in addition to the $5 million raised. >> i am so very, very humbled by the outpouring of generosity, support and love that's been shown to my little town of paradise. >> reporter: this of course, just the beginning. the official inaugurn ceremony starts tomorrow morning here at the state capitol, and nbc you the
latest beginning bright and early with "today in the bay." in sacramento, thom jenson, "nbc bay area news." >> our coverage continues through the morning. the program starts at 11:15 with the oath of office around noon. we'll bring you it live here during our midday newscast. the attorney for a dog owner accused of biting a woman on the arm is speaking out calling the bite an act of self-defense. >> grabbed my client by the hair, kneed her in the groin and began attacking her, and when she had my client's hair in her hand -- >> east bay park police say she bit a jogger. the joggeratacd her. that's when the dog owner bit her. the dog owner's attorney says the jogger did the attacking pepper spray bottle. >> grabbed my client by the hair, kneed her in the groin and began attacking her and when she had my client's hair in the hand, my client bit to get her
to release her. >> the woman who was bitten has not spoken to anyone other than police. >> 4:36. a murder/suicide under investigation at half moon bay. it happened saturday night at a home on terrace avenue. san mateo county sheriffs investigators say they got a 911 call about a shooting. later, they found an 86-year-old woman and her 89-year-old husband dead inside the home. gun was also found. investigators believe it was the husband who called and reported the shooting. this morning, berkeley school board president and her wife are in the hospital. judy appel and her wife were crossing mlk when an 81-year-old driver struck them. the driver stayed at the scene on "today in with police. the bay," experiencing the happiest place on earth? >> yes, tell us about
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eye on trade talks between the u.s. and china this week. friday the dow jumped more than 700 points sparked by better than expected u.s. jobs reports numbers. jerome powell saying on friday the bank would be patient and flexible in its decision this is year >> it is going to get more costly to go into the happiest place on earth. disneyland is raising prices ahead of the star wars-themed expansion this summer. the cheapest daily ticket will cost more than 100 bucks. it's been less than a year since disney raised prices by 18%. it is 25% for more for tickets, passes and annual parking depending on when you go. they hope to manage demand and spread out its visitors. apple strikes a deal with
samsung. samsung smart tvndhows from their itunes accounts and let iphone users stream content from their iphones to their samsung tvs. the move could be a step toward apple distributing content to devices made by other companies. back over to you. >> happy new year. >> good to see you, frank. >> good to have both you guys back. >> at the same time. >> i can't talk. welcome back, at the same time. >> the same to you. 4:41. coming up next on "today in the bay," a little break from the rain, at least for a moment. >> that's right, roads are still wet as you head out. live look at palo alto 101, that's the only worry as you drive out and head to work this morning. it's going to be cool, though, some upper 40s as you head out the door. we'll look at the rest of our microclimates coming up next. >> the bay bridge i-80 starting
hey, in the sierra, squaw valley yesterday, ski resort sent us this have you had yo. it was open, but they had to close some trails due to the conditions out there, some of the lifts as well. yesterday's storm brought close to two feet of snow in the upper elevations there. >> and all that snow has a lot of traffic out there. traffic around tahoe was a mess there. drivers stuck for hours. this is a snap chat video of some of the backup there near truckee. if you are headed up to the mountains, make sure you bring the chains and extra supplies just in case you get stuck out there. >> there is a portion of 80 that's still closed. >> a huge portion, whiteout conditions. i heard someone who tried an avenue on the mapping device, never again. stick to the roads. >> big time. >> it was too rough on the highway. >> one time i went over the mt. rhodes pass and i thought i'm not going to survive. it's frightening. don't go off the trail.
>> blizzard conditions yesterday. it was a mess. and we have the high wind and rain here in the bay area. now as we take a look at storm ranger, that's our mobile doppler radar, we have it parked on san bruno mountain and our exclusive radar shows light rain across parts of northern marin and sonoma counties, as you get ready to head out this morning. still some spotty, light showers, but the main storm is winding down, and we are going to also still be tracking this rain over the next couple of hours. as you check out the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen, there is a lot more rain on the way. live look outside in fremont, as you get ready to head out the door on 880, things are starting to dry out, but look at these temperatures, even with the rain, it is still very chilly out there, with some upper 30s in santa rosa, ukiah, elsewhere, we have some upper 40s in fairfield and napa and 52 in palo alto and also in oakland. if you're getting ready to head out the door, we have some
milder weather there, some mostly cloudy skies, as you make your way out b.a.r.t. station. we'll keep the clouds throughout much of the morning and as we look at high temperatures for the south bay, not bad at all. low 60s for morgan hill. 61 in concord today and the peninsula, some sunshine and a slight chance of rain in the north bay throughout the morning but then drying out and we have our next storm set to move in and we could see it's a big one but this is not as strong as the storm that moves in just yesterday as well as saturday. we're still going to be tracking some showers as we go hour by hour throughout the morning, and then we look at some drier conditions for the afternoon, but still some lingering clouds. the north bay still has a chance of rain, even into the evening commute, while the rest of t bay area stays dry and we watch the approach of the next storm system that will be here mostly tomorrow afternoon.
i'll track that for yo seven-da another breezy one as we conditions. thursday is another break before another storm system moves in, in time for the weekend. a lot to sort out this week. you want to make sure you keep checking back in. i'm checking in with mike. the roads are slippery in spots. >> a couple of puddles, as the headlights come through, you can see a couple of puddles approaching the cash lanes, fast track and hov lanes all slick because of the overnight rain kari talked about. no major problems. it doesn't show up as an issue for our road weather index. the only thing that shows up is disabled vehicle east shore around el portal. nothing showed up on our sensors. smooth, easy drive, the crash still on the shoulder, south 85, talking about slicker conditions as well and flooding overnight reported, cleared from the
roadway, as far as the freeways are concerned through san jose and that's a good drive. wind advisory for the bay bridge of the span, just issued by chp. same thing for the san mateo bridge, but steady cameras and no problems reported over the last half hour. back to you. >> thanks, mike. 4:49 right now. new this morning, the chp believe speed played a major factor in a deadly overnight solo crash, it happened before 1:00 a.m. on highway 101 neither monthry road overpass atop of gilroy. the car struck the center divide going northbound. the man in the car died at the scene. the crash did not impact traffic. in vallejo an officer-involved shooting is under investigation. man with a knife washoy an trespassing call. this happened around 8:30 last night near nebraska and napa street. police say the officers tried to detain the suspect but he pulled out a knife. police say they asked him to drop the we pop. the suspect turned on an officer who fired at the suspect. he is now in the hospital in
serious condition. that officer who fired is now on administrative leave. happening today, dr. jill biden is in the bay area. she's expected to speak this morning with cancer patients in the east bay. later, she's a keynote speaker at a health care conference in san francisco. will he or won't he? we may know soon if joe biden makes a run for president in 2020. "new york times" reports biden is skeptical if anyone else can take down donald trump. it's likely he'll decide in the next two weeks. happening today, democratic lawmakers are headed to mexico to look into the circumstances behind the death of a child in u.s. custody. their mission is to investigate the circumstances surrounding the tragic death of philippe gomez alonso. the 8-year-old guatemalan boy died on christmas eve, the second child to die in custody. 7-year-old migrant girl from guatemala died of dehydration and shock last month. coming up next, the big
winners from last night's golden globe awards seen on nbc bay area. first nbc bay area responds to a lot of car repair disputes following fender benders. >> questions often arise whether repair work was done properly. consumer investigator chris chmura says a free inspection might help you. >> when you leave a shop you don't have to wonder if they did the work they were supposed to. the state will inspect the car for free. the inspector will compare your invoice to the work done. if they find a discrepancy, that can trigger an official complaint or even an investigation. you can sign up for your free inspection online. we put a link on our website, nbcbayarea.com/responds. it's under the consumer resources section. you can also call us with your consumer complaints. the number is 888-996-tips. happening now, talks between the united states and china expected to start this morning
golden globes. bay area native and golden globes host andy sandberg had fun with the fellow bay area native dr. ryan kugler. >> the bay area was well represented during the show. mehershali went to st. mary's as well, won the golden globe for best supporting actor for his role in "green book." >> he graduated from st. ignatius in 2005, best actor in a limited series, he was on the show "the assassination of johnny versace, american crime story." >> that was a good one, too. the overall results could add some more suspense as we move deep near hollywood's awards season. >> "today in the bay's" jennifer bjorklund is outside the beverly hilton with a wrap-up. >> bohemian rhapsody. >> reporter: surprise wins for best drama and rami malek was
best actor. >> thank you to freddie mercury. >> reporter: best actress brought another upset. >> glenn close. >> reporter: the actress' shock at winning gave way to tears on stage. >> my god, i don't believe it. >> reporter: for "a star is born" a night that started with five nominations ended with best original song for lady gaga. olivia coleman won best actress in a musical or comedy for "the favorite" and christian bale best actor for his role as dick cheney in "vice." >> thank you so satan for giving me inspiration on how to play this role. >> reporter: the interracial road trip story "green book" grabbed best musical or comedy, regina king won supporting actress for "if beale street couldtalk." more surprises in television, the kaminsky method best actor
for michael douglas. rachel brasnihan for best actress. sandra oh also celebrated. best actress win for "killing eve" and today, oscar balloting begins. members of the academy, nearly 8,000 of them now have eight days to make their picks. in beverly hills, jennifer bjorklund, nbc news. awards season is here. coming up next on "today in the bay," the rainy season seems to be here as well. >> it's going to stay with us and be quite active over the next few days but today, we're going to take a break and just see some mostly cloudy skies. we'll get a look at the microclimates and that you can expect where you live coming up next. >> we see some leftovers, the sheen on the roadway, highway 101 through palo alto. smooth drive here. we'll talk about the new incident for the south bay i just saw. at sfo. flights delayed because of bay
commute in a bit. good morning to you. thanks for starting your day with "today in the bay." i'm marcus washington. >> good to see you. i'm laura garcia. it's nice to be back with everyone. i actually like you people! >> that's a good thing. >> that's a good thing. let's talk about all this rain that we're having. we needed it. >> yes, it was crazy over the weekend with all the wind and the rain. it's still raining in parts of the north bay, as we track it on nbc bay area storm ranger this morning. you can see showers moving through and a wet commute for you while the rest of the bay area dries out. we'll talk about what's ahead for the rest of the day and the rest of the week coming up. mike, it's soggy out there on the roads. >> it is. tough for the north bay. as you showed south bay is where i'm talking about, matilda southbound 101. quick break, they have to move a stalled