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for the first presidential primary tomorrow. we'll have a live report on how candidates are ramping up their war of words. fisn't just about polar bears. >> plus the wind sticking around today after hammering yesterday. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. and in the sierra mountain wind gusts clocked in at more than that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to 200 miles per hours. communities suffering the most. meteorologist kari hall is and only one candidate for president was with us back then, tracking all of that. the third hour of "today in the tom steyer. and he's still fighting for us, bay" continues right now. pledging to make clean air and and good monday horning to you. clean water a right for everyone, thanks for starting your week regardless of your zip code. with us. that's the truth. i'm marcus washington. that's tom steyer. >> and i'm laura garcia. i'm tom steyer athisppsage. we'll get to the wind in a second. but did you watch. people buzzing over the movie "parasite" this morning. the first foreign film to win best picture in oscar history. we'll talk about that and winne about 15 minutes. fun to see the glitz and glamour. >> if you didn't know about "parasite", now you kind of want to see it. >> that's always the case with the award shows and then i go back and watch it and i'm just a new state law loosens some
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building restrictions and opens like -- hmm. doors to let you rent out granny [ laughter ] >> good thing she's not a member flats and in-law units. of the academy. >> we need kari to vote. builders are busy fielding >> on short films too. questions and getting projects >> we'll check it out. we'll have a little bit of time going. a real estate lawyer recommends to get outside today. research before you start with all of the sunshine and construction. because if you don't build by we've also been tracking some the book, you could face fines. high winds. >> you really should be doing it check out yesterday's top wind the >> other wise it is going to gusts, 87 miles per hour in mt. saint helena. cost you. >> otherwise it is going to cost 75 in mt. diablo. with reports of more than 20,000 you money. >> thousands. people without power this >> thousands. >> coming up at 6:00, more morning in the east bay. and we're going to talk about questions and answers as we take to you night school for homeowners who want to go big this questionable with tiny homes and talk about a 290-mile-per-hour wind gusts in the sierra. company offering to build a we'll talk about that in a few granny flat in your backyard at minutes. mike, you're starting with the south bay. because we have reports of a crash involving a vta light rail as far tt is the no cost to you. concern. if you have a consumer response pedestrians as well as people on go to nbcbayarea.com and hit board that vta trolley. responds or call us at we'll get you more detail as it 888-996-tips. comes into the newsroom. i'll join you again tonight a something reported on niles 6:00. this morning we're getting a canyon road but we'll get more look at a rare phenomenon. detail after confirmation. the bay bridge back-up is there reverse water falls are popping
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and that is the only slowdown we have right now. up throughout australia. back to you. you could see they can appear >> thanks, mike. we're staying on top of the over clip cliffs. breaking news we've been following since 4:30 this as the country is dealing with winds and rain and flooding. morning. at least one person is hurt following this overnight fire. this happened along the malta >> 6:27 now. up next on "today in the bay," breaking news we're following in oakland. we're now sadly learning at court just southeast of 98th least one person killed in a avenue and interstate 880. fire that spread to two homes at least two homes are damaged overnight. we'll have a live report on what here. now we are just hearing now that investigators on the ground are telling us next. one person is dead from this you're watching "today in the bay." fire. now this is a live look at is a scene right thousand. we're still working to learn about all that happened here. the condition of those people that were hurt, there is still no word on how the fire started. we'll bring you another live report from the scene in about 25 minutes. but again, one person has died in this fire. >> very tragic. it is 6:02 now. in hayward investigators just left the scene of an overnight shooting. that left several people injured, at about 10:30 at a growing up in a family that struggled home on medford avenue near economically powerfully influenced my values.
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re not saying how many bernie sanders victims were taken to the he's fighting to raise wages. hospital or if there was more and guarantee health care for all. than one it is already been a violent now, our country is at a turning point. year in hayward with three hard working people, betrayed by trump, homicides compared to five in all of last year. struggling to survive. in this moment, we need a fighter. now to decision 2020 and the bernie sanders. presidential race. and it is the last day before we know he'll fight for us as president the nation's first primary in because he always has. new hampshire. and candidates are hitting the i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. ground hard. hoping to sway undecided voters. "today in the bay's" alice barr is in manchester with a look at how the race is heating up. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marcus. and it is, we're seeing the picture shifting and there is a new poll out from the "boston globe" showing bernie sanders pulling ahead and amy klobuchar surging into third, that is the strongest position she's held so far. erebun the final hours as the candidates are out getting their message out to undecided voters before they
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head to polls tomorrow. in a marathon campaign, it is down to the final sprint in new hampshire. candidates running the diner circuit hoping for a last-minute edge in a game of inches. othroughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. >> you've got it in the bag. vo: leadership in action. >> so we have three votes at mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together this table. >> reporter: a broad field vying in the fight for gun safety laws, for a narrow group of undecided to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help voters. >> i'm a democrat. but i have not made up my mind teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. yet. >> reporter: pete buttigieg hoping for a boost after just obama: at a time when washington is divided in last night the iowa democratic party officially gave him the old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when highest delegate count from the we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. contentious caucus. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. acor michael j. fox rallying for the former south bend mayor telling us he believes in his vision. >> honest and sincere and inclusive and they were -- i said this guy has got it. >> asking people to think -- >> he's running neck-and-neck with bernie sanders who won here handily in 2016. >> everybody is still so high on
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sanders. it's just still a huge movement right nout at 6:30, dramatic here. >> reporter: joe biden and elizabeth warren both hoping to close the gap. >> i think she's the best video of an early morning house fire and within the last few candidate to unify the minutes sad news developing. democratic party. the live report from the scene >> and amy klobuchar raising moments away. and we're still experiencing more than $2 million after a strong debate performance. wind this morning. new hampshire could be key in grab a hat with a strap. shifting momentum as undecided that is right. democrats search the menu of options for the candidate who your monday morningor across th can win in november. >> and i'm marcus washington. bay area. we're all talking about the wind here in the boy. >> reporter: and this is not this is in london. entirely the democrats show here so windy that that plane barely in new hampshire. president trump is coming to town for a rally tonight. makes it but it has to abandon there are already supporters that landing. we know a lot of planes had to camped outside of the arena. do the same thing. back to you, marcus. >> watch what happened here -- >> look at this. >> thanks, alice. now to developments in the >> you could imagine the deadly coronavirus outbreak. passengers? happening today, santa clara >> scary moment. but you could hear them county supervisors will meet to discuss declaring a local health cheering. oh, yeah, they made it safely. this is a scary sight but emergency. the south dakota cdc is reportie luckily everyone is okay with that situation. >> but they had to go back up quarantined at travis air force base are showing symptoms. again. they barely touched down but
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all arrived last week from the couldn't get control of it. >> the winds were high in the bay area over the weekend. episenor in china. so many clean-ups and down power the number of dead in china lines or outages. slightly more than 900. more than the number of people kari, you say the wind will continue for today. killed in the sars outbreak >> my stomach is still turning almost 20 years ago. after looking at that video. at least 40,000 more people in so the wind advisory continues china are infected. in the meantime, the for all of the areas shaded in coronavirus having an impact on yellow. the wind will calm down in the valley but gusty in the hills. some northern california up to about 60 miles per hour. so we're seeing breezy winds shipments and including one in brentwood. the american container sale this morning. hour-by-hour at 11:00, look at sells storage to businesses for vacaville, concord, napa, clear everything from construction to medical supplies. lake, 30 to 40 miles per hourwir at least 100 containers are still stuck overseas into happening today, b.a.r.t. making changes to get you on the road outages in the east bay. so i'll keep you up to date with earlier. the changes will affect every those numbers. you have breaking news out of commuter. san jose. >> we're following this. you could expect earlier week day service and increased peak we have vta rail right here service for concord and heading south. pleasanton trains are now this is the southbound side of 87. now between them you see the labelled concord and expect sheriff's department and later service perfect from san flashing lights.
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francisco to the warm springs cones out by chp. only one southbound lane open station. and apparently the news is this and ten b.a.r.t. ambassadors vta blue line train hit a wearing uniforms will walk trains in teams of two along the pedestrian on the tracks. busiest routes. the ambassadors are not police this is a tremendous back-up. officers but they won't carry this is a traffic alert for the southbound side. any weapons. the six-month pilot program will the short distance slowing as cost more than $600,000. you approach curtner and one lane getting by. it is the northbound commute now to our special series of that is heavilymp curtner where making it in the bay. east bay congressman mark de sol are tied up. 101 and 85 taking some of the back-up as folks try to reroute. mer is going to capitol hill to create new funding for the rest of the route is infrastructure loans tied to smoothy. the bay bridge coming up. housing and development focused >> we'll check back. breaking news in oakland. around transit hubs. his measure concentrates on that is where we're watching undeserved communities to ensure this video unfold all morning where the flames destroy two people have full access to homes and sadly we're now transit as well as affordable learning that someone died in that fire. >> that is what we feared. housing and even try to secure pete suratos is live at the more jobs for people. also when it comes to the bay scene since we went on air at area housing crunch, a recent study found more and more bay 4:30 this horning. area workers are super a new information from
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distances because they can't afford to live close to the firefighters. >> in the past half hour we work. bob redell is live for us in livermore. learned one person died as a and bob, we're talking about result of the fire. long commutes for a lot of you could see behind me fire people. not the normal that we hear crews will head out shortly but around here in the bay area. tire investigators are still on >> correct, marcus and laura. the scene. that home here in oakland on generally a superconsumer is malta court is what caught on fire this morning causing some someone who drives more than 90 damage not only to the home but minutes each way to work. to a nearby home as well. you could see a number of them rs some of the videom earlier as we over my left shoulder, the headlights coming down the continue to giv othe fire. altamont pass from the central around 4:12 a.m. valley. we're in the central valley we were showing up in the midst where one in 11 are of that fire. now as i mentioned one person did die. they tell us another person was super-commuters and they sielivo taken to a hospital and some far away to afford a nice home. >> three acres of land. conflicting reports from neighbors trying to figure out 2400 square feet of living how many people were in the home. space. we're hearing there may be an including a decent sized elderly person in the home and we're still working to confirm that information. as i mentioned, there was kitchen. for this silicon valley another home next to it that did hairdresser his home is a dream see damage and there was a come true. >> best thing i think i've ever family inside. i talked to them off camera and done. they got out of there safely but the commute is becoming thanks to some neighbors giving
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them the heads up on that fire really hard. that was taking place this morning. >> reporter: his castle however in tact, we spoke to one of the comes with a big price tag. neighbors who gave them theorni. that is measured in hours on the >> it just smelled like gas at road. this morning he needed to leave first. so my dogs went out. at 6:15 otherwise he won't make utf -- e backnd his 8:30 appointment at his hair salon in campbell. located right here. everyone in my house was already his house -- way down here. out here trying to see what is in soledad. an everybody awake and started 90 miles and 2 hours and 15 hearing the glasses shatter and minutes away. you think your commute is bad. everything was breaking. >> it is a choice that we made. to have a better life. >> reporter: back out here live to the scene on malta court in but facing the consequences of oakland where that home caught on fire as we're reporting. traffic thinking about it, yeah, there is one person who they it is a little rough. found dead inside of the home. another person taken to a but at the time for me it is hospital for injuries. kind of worth it. still way too early to tell what caused the fire. oakland fire did mention >> reporter: catholic radio is something about combustibles his co-pilot and a canister of inside but the fire is still tea his fuel. his large clientele, his under investigation. motivation to keep chuting 180 >> certainly tough situation out miles aday four days a week.
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there. pete live in oakland this the money i make, no. morning. 6:35. later in morning testimony is yeah, you could do it expected to resume in the deadly here but you will make half of b.a.r.t. stabbing trial in kill what you're making. >> my work is my sanctuary. i like doing what i'm doing. b.a.r.t. platform back many >> reporter: that is not to say 2018. her sister was critically ferman doesn't regret not buying a home in the south bay. injured. prosecutors say the attack was back when it was affordable and unprovoked. last week jurors saw graphic much closer to work. >> i mean, hi a second chance, surveillance video of the attack. today marks day three of the trial. high powered civil rights yes, maybe. >> reporter: today he's 15 attorney john burris is minutes early. representing the family of a man shot and killed by an off duty traffic was lighter than usual. his commute this time around only two hours. richmond police officer it in >> i'll walk in and say good vallejo. morning. and a lot of my co-workers say, the law office sent us photos of a gathering for eric reason. are you crazy? i can't believe you walk in with he was shot and killed as an a smile still. after all of the traffic. argument escalated over parking. security shows reason get a gun that's life. that'sr: rman doesn't have there his car and the armed officer fired several times at reason even as reason runs off the longest commute in the bay still armed. area. we talked with a man who lives prosecutors declined to charge the officer.
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the same kind of legislation sparked by moms for housing in outside of sacramento and drive news sf. oakland is reportedly gathering th than momentum in other bay area cities. 100 miles each way. live in livermore, bob redell, oakland council members are considering a new policy set in motion by the mothers who "today in the bay." >>s it has to be draining on the occupied a vacant home. people. >> before you even get to work. one of the new policies would >> exactly. give tenants or housing especially on a monday morning. it shows, though, mike, as we nonprofits the first chance to talk about the morning commute. buy certain real estate for market value as opposed to after working this shift for more than 20 years, i see people investment companies. san francisco already has a out of the door earlier and similar policy. east bay times reports berkeley and east palo alto are among the earlier. >> more on the road. bob is talking about the cities new considering similar altamont one of the rules. students at berkeley high supercommutes in livermore and school plan to walk out of class this morning. mr. vasquez from soledad way to the protest comes in the wake of allegations head in a new the south so that is a big lawsuit filed by former student. issue. right now looking at 87 and that she said the school has a crash. administrators did not take probably a vta light rail just action after she reported a male classmate tried to rape her. off near the station. so we're getting more detail but last week a list appeared on a i see significant build there for northbound routes through girl's restroom indicating, quote, boy to watch out for. san jose. and a smoother flow of traffic and the list goes on to accuse but a build for richmond some students of rape. st at the bay bridge students say the school staff had it removed. happening now. toll plaza itself shows the
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in some bay area neighborhoods, back-up. but the left lanes are clean-up from the strong winds lightening up, the closest ones yesterday that in some cases are hoff so, gat took down trees and knocked out advantage. power. b.a.r.t. with no delays but the in a couple of cases the trees changes you just talked about damaged homes and cars. and at the bottom again i want no one was injured. to outline the vta light rail is in san francisco someo window o involved in a crash near the kurtner stationthe blue line f. floor of the millennium tower and a strong gust of wind and also chp had warnings about shattered the glass sending it high winds but they've mostly crashing down on fremont below. cleared this morning. we've been talking about the no one was injured. high winds. check this out. in the sierra, they measured a but access was shut down off to wind gust yesterday of 209 miles the nearby sales force park. 6:37 this morning an a rare per hour. that is crazy, right. sight at sfo. now the record was 199. planes flying over 101 to land. just a couple of years ago. that airport said the approaches so we're kind of looking at that a little sideways because there were changed to compensate por the change in direction of the is the potential that this may strong winds. be an error. some of the planes were diverted we know it was windy. to san jose or had to go but there are some other things looking at that information, the so-called go-arounds. national weather service said i know that wind really we'll look at wll figure out to something for the pilots out there. they decide that that is an just scary situation. look at that. actual record for our high wind. >> they though how to handle that but you think about how
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as we go throughout today, it is high those winds were yesterday. still going to be breezy. check out these winds. and this parts of the east bay, we'll see through 11:00, a lot of the upper elevations had gusts up to 87 miles per especially for vacaville and concord, some of the upper hour. and think of that at mt. saint elevations will also be windy today. helena but up a little bit the wind advisory continues. higher where the winds may have and as of right now we're still been higher than that. and then in the east bay, minute getting reports that we have more than 20,000 people without diablo, a gust of 75 miles per power in the east bay. hour and in the santa cruz mostly around hayward and san mountains up to 80. the winds calming down after leandro and as the high winds seeing the dry start to february continue throughout today. and we're also going to have a >> thank you. slight chance of rain cool i'm not a meteorologist. crazy windy. >> it works. toward the end of the weekend. >> still ahead on "today in the bay," any fallout for elizabeth we'll focus on the weekend forecast as saturday's high temperature reached 62 degrees holmes, the one time theranos inland. founder faces today in court at and once again the slight chance of rain early on sunday. 6:25. and netflix oscar parties san francisco reaching 60 degrees. not that fun. netflix fell short, marcus. a little bit cooler by the end >> well speaking of hollywood, the biggest night last night. the academy awards, all the of the weekend. i wouldn't cancel outside plans if you want to go hiking in muir winners plus whyeanu reeves woods, a mix of sun and clouds. appearance is going viral this but heading to the north around morning. lake shasta a chance of rain
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6:13 for you. you're watching "today in the bay." especially on saturday. so that is something we'll be watching as the weekend gets closer. mike, you have a big delay >> nbc bay area presents "making developing for highway 87. it in the bay." in every newscast we break down >> i do. it is because of this crash. the housing crisis. tonight at 11:00, the rent is the details that we have is that rising and you are reaching your breaking point. a light rail train is involved >> either i pay the rent or i eat. in a crash and hit a pedestrian >> what if you just stopped paying? they did. was hit near the curtner station and you see it here. meet the bay area tenants on a number of vehicles, but we strike for months. still have the two southbound how this fight gives new hope to renters all across the bay area. lanes of 87 blocked. only one lane gets by. tonight at 11:00, "making it in the bay," only on nbc bay area you see more sheriffs vehicles news. arriving on scene. tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president that is the blue line train that is stopped southbound. there is a bus bridge between curtner and the station as a result. now we get to the map because you can't see it in this shot but the distraction. experiencingucur security head has gotten into the area and said it was tremendous is better than the criminal in the white house. back-up then. that was ten minutes ago. we all have progressive plans to address and now it is jammed up past the big challenges facing our country. capitol expressway and more traffic toward the 101 and they what makes me different, is i've been working know to avoid that but that is to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, the ripple for the south bay. and to return power to the american people. the rest of the bay is smooth.
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a crash reported over the san i started need to impeach mateo bridge toll plaza. it does look like there is an to hold this lawless president accountable. incident at the base of the i'm proposing big reforms like term limits... high-rise because traffic jammed here and it flows smoothly ...a national referendum... westbound. use the dumbarton bridge as an ...and ending corporate money in politics. alternate. but i want to continue with our coverage of making it in the as president, i'll declare climate change bay. now if you think your drive is an emergency on day 1. gettingn ma wo bridge, well you and, use those powers to finally address the climate crisis. absolutely right. and, i've spent 30 years building a successful i've got numbers to show it so turn to the screen and i know international business. so, i can take on donald trump on the economy - you're busy but take a look at this because we've been working with caltrans to look at and beat him. historical data. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message - the vehicle hours of delay and that is how many hours each year because there is nothing more powerful that you and i were stuck in than the unified voice of the american people. crawling traffic. very slow. here is a breakdown. of a year's worth of the hours bay area wide we're talking speeds below 35 miles per hour, that is what is being measured and the levels from as far back as 2006 just under 100 vehicle hours of delay. throughout the nine counties each year, that seems hike a lot. but check this out.
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remember now we're still in a recession in 2009 and coming back and 2010 an as the country -- the bay area started recoveryy increasing the congestion and the footprint. look at the increase going up 20% and 60% and by 2016 we've doubled the delay from back in 2011. took only five years for the commute time and the delays to double and from 2017 until now the last three years we hook to be averaging about 225,000 well, good morning. vehicle hours of delay. that is two and a half times the happy monday. netflix got tripped up at the level from just a decade ago. so as we take a live look at oscars. they had 24 nominations and only traffic building now, had when you have relatives say you're won two. the irishman not lucky at all. zoom video continues to rise as just whining about the traffic. we wory about coronavirus. we're not. and invite them to go for a ride because those numbers are p and we feel zoom does video conferences. it around the bay. bob redell's story talks about airbnb about suspend as well. >> you're seeing more and more reservations in beijing. people having to commute there
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the company will issue refunds. so far out. >> pe are beijing is popular among transit but then we only have so tourists. 337 people have come down with many cars on the rails and so the virus, two have died in many cars in the parking lots as beijing alone. we continue to watch tesla sort well. >> exactly. lookinorions for of bounce around. people. >> see wtcould help shares might rise as much as 7% with timing issues tomorrow. >> sounds good. thank you. again today if premarket numbers 6:42 right now. up next on "today in the bay," are to be believed. there is a very unexpected developments if the coronavirus forbes headline about the possibility of google buying outbreak. latest on the set in china and tesla. this would be a terrible time what we're learning about the based on share price but google people quarantined at could afford it. and did i mention it is an fairfield's travis air force base. and what is happening in the unexpected headline. an odd, odd idea. white house after trump has been impeached and the actions he's interesting factoid, a jump in applications for new home taking. and you know what, it is construction at the end of the only monday. but maybe you need to just let it go. builders trying to get in under let it go. solar panel deadline. the deadline. because as of this year, okay, look, we'll talk about th builders are required to add solar panels to price. no, it is not me. you don't want to miss this one. i was talking about solar you're watching "today in the bay." tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president there. this probe which launched overnight that will head to the sun, take a peak at the north and south pole and that is the
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first time we've seen the top or bottom of the sun. all of the information we have are pictures from straight on as we were showing this one which looks like popcorn or something. so the solar system as you probably know, everybody spins on the same -- it is not like an atom where they go over the top. and so to go over the top of the sun is really difficult because it is so much farther than is better than the criminal in the white house. sending it just there. we all have progressive plans to address so good for them. >> a at the academy awards and then what makes me different, is i've cobeen working something happened that never for ten years outside of washington, happened before. to end the corporate takeover of our democracy, a four language film won best and to return power to the american people. i started need to impeach picture. >> "parasite". >> we never imagined this to to hold this lawless president accountable. ever happen. we're so happy. i'm proposing big reforms like term limits... >> not only did the south korean movie make history, it also took ...a national referendum... home three adecisional oscars. ...and ending corporate money in politics. including best director for bong as president, i'll declare climate change an emergency on day 1.
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joon ho and best screenplay. and, use those powers to finally address the climate crisis. and politics made some and, i've spent 30 years building a successful appearances such as brad pitt for once upon a time in international business. so, i can take on donald trump on the economy - hollywood. >> they told me i only have 45 seblgs up here. and beat him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message - which is 45 seconds more than the senate gave john bolton this week. >> as for some of the major because there is nothing more powerful than the unified van peoe. categories, joaquin phoenix won his first oscar. best actor award por joker. othroughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. and jenrenee zellweger won for vo: leadership in action. playing judy garland in judy. and keanu reeves oscar date, mayor bloomberg and president obalaws,rked togethert you could see here two of them on the red carpet last night. the couple and other high-profile stars were teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. accompanied by their mother. old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when that is his mother designer patricia taylor. many in the media mistook her we bring people togeth for reeves' girlfriend. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. that is his girlfriend artist alexandria grant. reeves took a break from the bay
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area shooting "matrix 4" in the bay area. >> there is a similarity. >> they're both with keanu for sure. >> i know what people are saying. and it is really not very nice. >> they're both wonderfully beautiful artistic women and keanu is a lucky man. >> and don't you like your -- my fiance reminds me of my dad. he's very funny and humorous. >> that could happen. >> yeah. i'll call him mr. garcia. right now at 6:46, let's check out breezy with >> no. no. he's going to call you on that. temperatures going from the upper 40s to the mid-60s bftern. >> i'll wait for the text. all right. we'll talk abo for the rest of so let's get started. the week in less than five we've been talking about the high wind and it is still breezy minutes. today but you're probably saying and we're looking at a live thank goodness it won't be as windy as yesterday. shot here where we have emergency vehicles blocking off here is a live look outside in the left two lanes of southbound san jose. this looks like such a tranquil 87. that vta light rain train is shot and starting out with a involved in a deadly crash that beautiful clear sunrise. happened near the curtner now we're going to see in station. as we look at maps, that is the evergreen temperatures in the low 50s to about 64 degrees at southbound side with very little 1:00 and normally we're up to slowing there. 61. it is the northbound side.
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so wmer than normal. the seven-day forecast is already up at the bottom of the extra minutes from capital screen showing some very expressway. we'll talk about the ripple down spring-like weather for the bay as we continue to see some dry to the south bay. it is 6:46 now. weather continuing. new developments in the deadly looking at 66 degrees for a high coronavirus outbreak, happening today in palo alto. today, santa clara county supervisors will 69 degrees in antioch. and 72 in santa rosa. declaring a local health here is what is happening. emergency. so we've seen a lot of clouds >> the cdc is saying five people and rain going up and around are quarantined at travis air moving into the pacific force base are showing symptoms from near the epicenter in northwest and missing the bay area. we have high pressure that is china. there is no confirmation on the blocking it but there are also test results. some low pressure that is nearby number of dead in china is more and when you get high pressure than 900. more than the number of people killed during the sars outbreak close to low pressure, that almost 20 years ago. at least 40,000 more people in makes the air rush and that is the reason why we the high winds china are infected. yesterday. now to decision 2020. but still no rain throughout fresh off of his narrow victory week and the rain chances stay to the north. a few changes going toward the in the iowa caucus and following end of the week. tomorrow's new hampshire an area of low pressure dipping primary, former south bend mayor in may give us a slight chance of rain but l pete buttigieg plans to head to sacramento. he's expected to appear at town hall style event on friday. even now are drying up rain chances into the weekend. still no word on the exact
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i'll still holding on to the hope to see rain saturday night location of the event. into sunday morning. it is not enough to ruin your thre eye on joe biden. outside plans ab our >> even though the former vice temperatures stay warm. president didn't do very well in we'll gradually cool off iowa. >> he did not. throughout the week. came in fourth. from the upper 60s to start the but biden is one of the week to about 60 degrees by the president's biggest worries. weekend. mike, you are tracking i think the president and for something, a crash. that matter many us thought joe biden will be farther ahead than we do have live pictures he is right now. into the news center from the the new hampshire primaries as vta line. you point out are tomorrow. this is southbound 87 at nonetheless, we have learned that trump's personal lawyer rudy giuliani continues to kurtner. the light rain is in between the investigate for the president and has set up a special process north and southbound signs and flashing lights on the far right just one lane of traffic getting within the department of justice to investigate the president's rival. here is the president's close by. the light rail has apparently ally lindsey graham spelling it hit a pedestrian near the all out. station. big distraction for both sides. >> has the department of justice you see the headlights. been ordered to investigate the the map, northbound commute bidens? >> no. the department of justice is direction and slowing things down. receiving information coming out southbound a short section and of the ukraine from rudy -- northbound really jammed up and just por the distraction and the >> already. >> to see if -- he told me commute that builds. they've created a process that capital to kurtner your slower rudyou
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drive. 101 seeing more traffic and more verified. >> the country is ukraine. are taking 101. that is the ripple effect we the ukraine is what the russians talk about. say. so the biden investigation is part of what got trump impeached e san mateo vij, a disabled and he's exonerated now. vehicle and the bay bridge toll but this biden investigation appears to continue. we saw him dismiss lieutenant plaza metering lights on. back to you. it is 6:23. colonel vindman from the still ahead on "today in the bay," new housing legislation national security council. walk him out of the white house. the white house called this the inspired by two moms who took over a vacant home in oakland. perp walk. and his twin brother also lost plus images coming out of australia. his assignment. take a look at this video. reverse water falls. over the weekend gordon sondland well, next, the amazing sight who testified under oath to that has the fire ravaged congress lost his job as country on edge. ambassador. you're watching "today in the all of this despite susan bay." obama: he's been a leader collins' assurances that the president had been properly humbled by his impeachment and had learned his lesson. the president will release his budget today, calling for cuts in social security and foreign aid but boosts budgets for defense and nasa so we could go back to the moon. we'll look more closely at that budget tomorrow after it is released.
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>> come on. >> we need snow up in the sierra. they've been having winds. weekend. >> but yesterday we're talking i'm laura garcia. about the national weather service saying there was a gust of 209 mip miles per hour. >> up at kirkwood. that may be an error. >> i heard they have to close lifts up there. >> it was super windy. if it wasn't 209 it was very close. and we still have the wind adn yellow are still under wind advisory as winds may pick up to about 60 miles per hour today. and so when they sent that out. we were like, wow, that is crazy. the old record is 199 miles per hour and that happened at alpine meadows not too far away. as we look closer, they're saying this may be an error and something will have to monitor and go deep into some of the observations to see if this is
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going to be verified. so we'll see if they verify that today. as well as some high winds that will continue across the bay area. look at our hour-by-hour forecast. we take it through30 we're at 43-mile-per-hour winds in vacaville. concord 31. ur hills, we'll still have some high winds even going into the afton winds grad start to subside tonight and that wind advisory will be allowed to expire tomorrow morning at 11:00. if you're about to step out of the door, still breezy but a lot of the valleys not as windy today. from the low 40s to the upper 60s, very warm temperatures for this time of the year. reaching 67 in livermore. 67 as well in san jose. and 72 today in santa rosa. it is been so dry but the reason why we've had the winds rushing is because we have high pressure blocking that rain nearby some low pressure and that makes it
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really windy as we get the winds flowing from high to low pressure. it is going to gradually cool off this week and i'm holding out hope to get some rain. slight chance on saturday night into early sunday but it does dry out before it reaches the bay area. so i'll have more updates on that. mike, you have more breaking news for the south bay. it is about this scene behind me. this is on the light rail tracks but at curtner on 87, it goes between the southbound side and the northbound side which is your commute. now this transit patrol here. fewer vehicles than we saw about 20 minutes ago. one lane still only open on the southbound side. as we look at the map, the slower drive is not that bad for the southbound side of 87. it is very short-lived here. it is northbound that is jammed up because of the commute and the distraction folks see there. we are still waiting for the right vehicles to arrive with the right authorities so they'll not clear the scene for the time being and we have a bus bridge in place from the blue line from
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n.at the northbound commute sees the buildup and people hear about the crash and know where that is and how critical that corridor is. so folks shift toward north 101 and then over to 85. look at this, at winchester another crash. one car in the center divide and one on the shoulder and that is the ripple effect and we see folks shift and then things ripple around the boy and another crash looks like it just happened 280 north of the 101 interchange. that is it for the south bay. over here we have a crash which cleared to the shoulder around the san mateo toll plaza and then over the high-rise i think there is one more issue mid span. that is for the san mateo bridge. and the bay bridge has a lighter back-up for crash lanes on the left but still have the fast track lanes jammed. back to you. >> thank you for the latest. it is 6:54 now. thailand mourning the death of the worst ever matt shooting at
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an airport themed mall near bangkok. the gunman was a soldier angry over a financial dispute with his kmaning officer. responding officers eventually killed the gunman. well next a quick look at stories overnight.ng two first tragic developments in oakland and what we noww is a deadly early morning house fire and following a shooting in if hayward that sent several people to the hospital. we'll tell you about the necessidetails next. and stick around. because coming up on the "today" show at 7:00, the up hill battle to get illegal vaping devices off the streets. >> you could come out here and arrest the people and there is a new one pop up around the corner. >> we shut them down and they're back in business the next day.
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i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. because, right now, america needs more than words. we need action. welcome back. before you head out of the door. it is 6:58. >> breaking news we've been covering from oakland this morning. since we came on air at 4:30, sadly one person died following this overnight fire that damaged two homes. it happened on malta court just southeast of 98th avenue in interstate 880. hat was tcetigators still at te started. and a short time ago in hayward investigators leave the
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scene of an overnight shoot tag injured several people. this happened around 10:30 last night at a home on medford avenue near meekland and 880. police are notsow many victims were taken to the hospital and if there is more than one shooter. it is a violent year in harold with three homicides cared to five all of the last year. happening today, b.a.r.t. making changes that could help you get on the road. a little earlier. expect earlier week day service on some lines, increased peak service for concord and pleasant hill trains will be labelled concord and expect later service from san francisco to the warm springs b.a.r.t. station. a live look at bridges at this hour and that wind that is continuing across the bay area. >> especially for the bridges and our hills today. it is still going to be quite breezy and then our temperatures reach the upper 60sment very warm start to the week. and then cooling down by the about a involved this light rail train which you see her on the blue line at curtner in between
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the middle of 87 both directions and slowing saz -- slowing as a result of the crash. >> we'll be back with an update in half an hour. >> and we'll see you tor the midday show at 11:00. make it a great week. good morning. breaking overnight, desperate measures. quarantine squads in china, rounding up suspected patients, as the coronavirus death toll soars, now surpassing the deadly sars outbreak. the first american death reported. 11 more american cases on that doutti teg, gaining ground on bernie sanders. >> this is, i think, what winning feels like. >> and joe biden struggling in fourth.
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