tv Today in the Bay NBC January 28, 2020 4:30am-5:00am PST
it is january 28th. as we take a live look outside. see the clouds hovering over san francisco this morning. we'll check the full forecast in just moments. mike is back with a look at -- i almost said monday morning commute. >> i was watching the monday morning commute. from afar. thank you, kari. >> good morning,gaia. >> and i'm marcus washington. let's get a look at that forecast. >> we're watching rain to the north and that will move closer to the north bay as we go into the rest of the of this rain is apart and will bring much of the bay area some clouds today. any areas around san francisco on northward will have a chance of rain and then if you are to the east and south, most likely you won't see any rain today. so i'll be tracking this and
we'll talk about what is going to happen the rest of the week coming up and, mike, you are picking sides at the bay bridge. >> we have to pick left or right and toward the right approach which is farther backed up off the 880 things are fine but it is the cash lanes. off the left, just a few cars waiting and about four lanes that still have to open for cash. that is unusual for the number of closures we have there for the cash lanes. but the freeways with moving nicely, smooth drive around the bay. in the south bay, a crash at fremont and the activity still on the chp blotter but i'll keep it clear for now but keep watching things and stay in the south bay with the top story. today the city of gilroy marks sim months since the mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. >> when a gunman killed three people and injured a dozen others. the shooter died during the rapidsons by the officers.
today the d.a. is offering a new center dedicated to supporters. the gilroy strong resiliency center is open on tuesday and thursday. "today in the bay's" kris sanchez will have a live report ahead on the center at 5:30. last night the san jose sharks honored the first responders and wore black gilroy strong jerseys during the shoot-around. they defeated animaheim 4-2. and now the death of kobe bryant still reverberating. the game tonight has been postponed. >> and they will be back at the crash scene today. and jennifer bjorkland has more details from los angeles. >> kobe -- >> reporter: l.a. awash in purple and gold to honor a son
and a the daughter who carried on his leggy and kerry and john and melissa alto belly. >> we're going to miss her. i'm sorry. >> matt mauser's wife christina a mother of three who coached with bryant. >> my 3-year-old is screaming for mom so what do you do? >> pilot save aara requested special visual rules for low ceiling. >> with you for the special transition we are currently at 1400. >> reporter: radar shows the sikorsky nearing cal abbas as after asking for advice. >> you're still too low level for a flight at this time. >> approximately four minutes later the pilot advised they were climbing to avoid a cloud
layer. when atc asked what the pilot planned to do, there was no reply. >> reporter: the chopper climbed and descended and turned left before disappearing off the radar at 9:45 a.m. on this rugged calabasas hillside. jennifer bjorkland, nbc news, los angeles. >> our story continues throughout the newscast and online you'll find more details of all of the victims killed at the helicopter crash at nbcbayarea.com. a little look on capitol hill where it is the last day of arguments in the impeachment trial. one of the president's attorneys is accusing house impeachment managers of painting rudy giuliani as a colorful distraction. another member of the legal team alan dershowitz argued yesterday that nothing house managers have described could be considered an impeachab impeachable offense. and they turn to allegations about former joe biden and his connections to the ukrainian company at the center of the
controversy surrounding his son hunter. this morning tracy pots will be live from washington with more reaction. those who live at the site of the former naval shipyard will hear about the latest radiation testing results. supervisors arengs in the wake of new testing on the clean-up site. they believe the soil there is no longer radioactive but as our unit first uncovered years ago, the clean-up has been tainted by fake results and tests never really conducted. see the full story on the website at nbcbayarea.com. state lawmakers are one step closer to approving their own gun show ban. last year cow palace approved a similar ban. the legislation would ban sale of firearms and ammo with the exception of police gun buybacks. state senators approved it yesterday and now it moves to
the assembly. a proposal from facebook to build a community center and library. facebook unveiled plans in october. that new center would be in belle haven next to one of facebook's many office buildings. city staffers are working on a potential timeline for the project and how to involve the community. a vote will happen later today. happening tonight, cal train is hosting a town hall in palo alto ahead of the work being done as part of the ongoing electrification project. they hope to have the entire line electrified by 2022. over the next few months crews in palo alto will complete foundation work and grade separation. tonight's meeting takes place at the library. new concerns from across the globe over the spread deadly coronavirus. next here on "today in the bay," the first u.s. tech company to restrict travel e growing outbr plus a cyber threat from
russia in contra costa county. the steps leaders are taking to prevent voter information from being stolen. and the bay bridge toll plaza. the back-up is starting on this tuesday morning. mike will have more on the commute in just a little bit. you're watching "today in the bay." this burger's delicious! let's make it more delicious! ♪ menutaur put an extra patty on that! bam! woah! uh-uhhh! my $4.99 triple bonus jack combo! stack it up for an extra buck.
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in the upper 40s reaching to the mid-50s by 11:00 and then some low 60s for a high today. we'll talk about this and a pretty big warm-up in the forecast in less than a fewminu. and looking at the san mateo bridge, smooth drive across the ban and that is why the times read out so nicely. 12 minutes across. short across the bay bridge but the shift as more lanes open at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll talk about your commute for tuesday coming up. good morning. i'm rahel solomon at cnbc headquarters. wall street is pointed toward a slightly higher open this morning after stocks tumbled yesterday amid concerns about the coronavirus including the economic and business impact. asiaaz lower overnight but they are still closed for the lunar new year, the dow dropped 454 points worst performance since
october and today reports on home prices and durable goods and consumer confidence and a federal reserve begins a two-day meeting. facebook the first major u.s. tech company to begin restricting travel to china amid the coronavirus outbreak. facebook is halting all nonessential travel and told employees who recently returned from china to work from home. although the facebook app is banned in china, the company does have office there and used supplies to make the oculus headset and portable devices. and apple has asked suppliers to make 10% more iphones this year and they have orders for up to 65 million of the older iphones and mostly 11 and up to 15 million the lower price model it plans to unveil in march. reports say that suppliers are warning the increase in production could be complicated by the coronavirus outbreak given the main manufacturing center is close to the epicenter wuhan. apple reports earnings this
afternoon. back to you. >> interesting to find that out. thanks, rahel. next on "today in the bay," kari hall tracking that tuesday forecast. how is it looking. >> we're seeing light rain farther to the north and this will affect the north bay with light rain going into the morning. the rest of the bay area staying dry. we'll talk about this and a warm-up in the forecast coming up next. and a buildup in the commute in a while. but right now oakland 880 moves nicely northbound with the taillights toward the bay bridge and i've seen this change and we'll show those to you coming up t expect across the bay. and vaping, what several cartridges were tainted with.
taking a live look outside this time from the east bay. walnut creek this morning. looks like a black and white picture. is that just our monitors? or an optical illusion. >> nothing going on out there. >> all right. you guys have a nice day. >> most of the colors haven't woken up. >> exactly. we're all easing into our tuesday morning. but a little rain way north. >> yeah. it is going to be mostly san francisco on northward. and then the rest of the bay area will see a slight chance of rain but mostly cloudy skies. looking at san rafael out the door, temperatures milder because of the clouds. right now at 51 degrees in santa
rosa and in napa. 51 in concord. san jose walking out the door to 50 degrees and also 50 in palo alto. now as we check out our view in dublin we're going to see a milder morning with some mid to upper 40s. and a lot of clouds going throughout today. some peeks of sunshine. we could see had a by noon we're at 55 degrees and then as we check out our high temperatures, heading up to 62 in san jose and mid-60s for morgan hill. nice warm afternoon. now we'll just see a mix of sun and clouds for the east bay and walnut creek reapi-- reaching 6 degrees and redwood city reaching 60 and mission district reaching 58 and the north bay up to 5in sonoma. and this is where where we'll see the spotty showers moving through. this system continues to weaken as it moves closer and it is kind of bumping up against dry air so it looks like rain will continue to dry up as it moves in going into the day as we look
hour-by-hour. it does show rain at about 9:30 from santa rosa up toward ukiah. and there will be a slight chance of rain along the coast and in san francisco. possibly along coastal peninsula areas but then the rest of the bay area misses out on the rain and through the rest of the forecast with dry weather. if you are planning to head to miami, i want to give you a heads up about the forecast. it is going to be perfect at kickoff for the super bowl. they are looking at temperatures in the low 70ss and here it will be in the upper 60s with sunshine. so not too much of a difference there. we're going to go through the rest of the week with a mostly sunny sky and well above normal temperatures. mike, you're seeing a pleasant drive. >> thasorsll around the y. we don't have a big problem out of the oolt -- altamont off the verge with 205. in contra costa county, great speeds at 680 and i mean you
couldve limit and get in trouble and it is a safety violation to go faster than the limit, folks. and at the bay bridge toll plaza we do have a build. in a second we'll talk about that. and today market street is open tomorrow they're closing market street and that is the stretch between van ness and the ferry building so that stretch from market street. we'll mauch more about that and i'll post more important but if you are driving through the area today, note your alternate. mission is one block to the south. b.a.r.t. also and muni are great options because mass transit will continue and we may see improvements and we'll hear from them in the next couple of weeks on muni. there is not 49 trains, i'm sorry, there are four. i mis-typed for b.a.r.t. and in the toll plaza, the change is the big back-up on the left lane approaches -- or the right lane is gone now and now we're about half way to the back of the parking lot because the cash lanes have all opened. we looking at
another live look through palo alto on the peninsula and easy drive. 101 sparsely populated so san jose into san francisco, no details for 101 and 280. >> thank you, mike. a recent cyber attack in contra costa county makes people wonder if the upcoming elections will be safe. last month the attack targeted contra costa libraries as hackers demanded money and the library didn't pay leaving computers and printers out of service. it is leaving some if local elections will be protected from hackers. the county elections department employees are trained to be on the lookout for malicious emails because the department has already been a target. >> the two incidents that directly affected us, the source of the emails, the threat was from nation states, other countries. all of the countries -- >> russia -- >> yeah. and iran.
>> the registrar said each vote counting computer operates independently and could not be accessed remotely so the ballot should be protected. >> a legal battle over president trump's travel ban is headed back to a federal appeals court. arguments will be heard in virginia over three lawsuits filed by u.s. citizens and residents whose relatives have been unable to enter the u.s. because of the ban. happening today, berkeley may become the first city to pass a border vision resolution. the southern border said the resolution looks to protect human rights and relating to border patrol. they will vote on the resolution today at the meeting. berkeley schools have passed their own similar resolution. new this morning. california regulators say that the dangerous toxins have been discovered in illegal marijuana vape cartridges recovered last month when several illegal shops were raided. tests done found 75% were cut with toxic additives and they
includes a chemical blamed for some of the lung illnesses now 1 now.tied to vaping. and let's head to miami. as the niners get ready for super bowl liv. jimmy garoppolo's former teammate is wishing him luck. >> tom brady texted him telling him to go handle business and one teammate is less than impressed. >> he's the worst texter of all-time. i'm telling you, he leaves me -- all of the time, hey, jimmy, i got a question, should i run my route like this, no response. jimmy, do you want to to a movie and no response. yeah, ip got your text and just no response. so yeah, he's a bat texter. >> that is george kittle at last night after being asked what is not to perfect side of jimmy g. apparently he could pass just as well off the field as on it. our live coverage from miami
continues all week long leading up to the big super bowl on sunday. ahead at 5:00 a.m. we'll check in with anthony flores to join us with a live report from miami. >> getting excited now. 4:52 now. coming up on "today in the bay," nbc bay area responds. >> a $2,000 insult on top of a painful injury. i'm chris chmura as nbc bay area responds next. and first, happening now, another wildfire sparked in australia near the capitol of canberra and now they are warning those into the neighborhood to be on alert. the fire started from the heat of story as it unlds. it is 4:52 right now. america isn't just sick of donald trump,
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a live look car. for the most part. for this morning. >> it does look clear though, right. >> see all of the lights all glitter. welcome back to "today in the bay." well this morning nbc bay area responds to a sunnyvale viewer whose spill on a scooter led to a medical billing battle. consumer investigator rolled in to diagnose that problem. >> over the summer charles shaw was riding his scooter and crashed and took an ambulance to the hospital. he paid a $277 copay for the ride but later the ambulance company sent him a bill for more than $2,300. and he couldn't get help. we messaged both the ambulance and insurance companies about the double billing. neither offered an explanation
win for him. there is a whole state agency to help with health insurance. the department of managed health care helps consumers every day and their number is 888-466-2219. and when you file a formal complaint there your insurance company is required by law to respond to them. if you are sick and tired of dealing with a business, maybe we could assist. head to nbcbayarea.com and lick responds in the menu and call us at 888-996-tips. 4:56 now. coming up next on "today in the bay," kari hall tracking the head outside in palo alto. we're starting to see a few more clouds moving in and temperatures will be in the to start out today. but we will for the most part have a nice day. a mix of sun and clouds slightly warmer than thermal temperatures. we'll talk about else is coming our way for the weekend coming
up next. i could tell you this, these cars are coming your way if u' sou orafael. an easy drive through the north bay but kari is talking about the possibility for rain and also what we know for sure will happen over in the east bay. plus an increase in crime in one east bay city. we'll talk about the action police are taking to try to crack down on the growing problem.
credible. >> right now at 5:00, history on the hill. a live report from washington on the back and poforth over calli witness in the impeachment trial. and overnight developments on the crash that killed children and parents and kobe bryant. the search for clues showing the helicopter shortly before it crashed. and also the tribute to kobe's daughter there a college basketball powerhouse. and the push to make sure pg&e customers aren't left in the dark when it comes to reimbursements from future power outages. "today in the bay" continues right now. >> and good morning. i'm marcus washington. >> and i'm laura garcia. all right. countdown to the super bowl. on sunday it is officially on. we're less than a week away and the heat is on between the 49ers and the kansas city chiefs. still ahead, we'll have a live report on last night's big media night and how players are gearing up for the game. there is a lot of bay area fans
there as well. it is kind of cool. both teams all dressed in white and they had a meet and greet which was friendly and nice. >> and it looks like a lot of fun. >> we'll check in with anthony flores who is down there. i think he had a lot of fun with the cheerleaders. >> he has to cheer it on. >> exactly. >> we'll check in with him shortly. >> right now a check of the forecast before you head out of the door. >> we're looking good here. sarting out with a milder morning. more clouds and low 50s for many of the micro now at 50 degrees in half moon bay and palo alto and concord. here is how we shape up f toda toer 50s and upper 50s for the south bay and reaching