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new majority leader. i jerry brown. do some early swear. >> a day after he was sworn in for a fourth term, governor jerry brown will attend the ground breaking for the state's $68 billion high speed rail system. the project will eventually link san francisco with l. a.. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. >> and barnes' three is good. good morning everyone, i'm michelle griego. >> happy tuesday everyone, i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:00 now and arson investigators are checking a fire at a famous san francisco house. kpix 5's ryan takeo is on this developing story outside the "mrs. doubtfire" house in pacific heights, good morning. >> reporter: good morning frank. yeah here we are steiner and broadway and you see the graduate there. and the damage from a minor fire there last night. there's also some burn marks on the front door. this was used in the 1993 robin
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williams movie "mrs. doubtfire." 8:00 last night police say someone apparently used gasoline to start the fire. right now it looks like the house was not the intended target instead it looks like the target was the surgeon who owns the house. the doctor told police he thinks a former patient set the fire because of ongoing issues. but he can't be sure exactly but one thing is for sure. we've never seen this iconic house look like this. live in san francisco, ryan takeo, kpix 5. a san francisco freeway is open again after being closed nearly six hours overnight. the chp reopened southbound interstate 280 at cesar chavez street just before 5:30. it was closed about 11:30 last night as officers dement with a -- dealt with a distraught man near the 280 and 101 interchange. the man involved in the activity is now in custody. liz now and get the latest on traffic and that could have been a big mess this morning huh? >> yeah they really reopened it just in time when the bulk of commuters really hit the roads. so we put up some maps.
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as you can see it's all green on the sensors on 280 on the 280 extension. and on 101. so that's looking great in all directions coming into and out of san francisco. we are seeing some slow spots however. not there but here. livermore, westbound 580 you can see that bulk of traffic right now heading westbound approaching vasco. and this is just kind of the usual commuter traffic. we haven't seen this in a couple of weeks. you know people were starting to get back to work yesterday. and today we're really seeing it as well and some of the busiest spots in fact the drive time is already in the red. heavy right now. so school is back in session. 20 minutes right now between the altamonte pass and 680. and over at the bay bridge, they're working to clear a fender-bender, it sounds like a smaller deal right now. it is blocking toll lane number three. you can't see it in the camera but we can see the traffic just behind it. and it is stacking up now nearly through the maze in the cash and fastrak lanes. it looks actually okay once you get onto the bridge but if you want to use mass transit everything is on a normal
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regular schedule taken commuters to work or wherever you're going. b.a.r.t. system wide on time with no delays. that's your latest kcbs traffic. another spare the air day. that's amazing. it's really warming up. it is. the good morning everybody. the winds very flat today out of the southeast at 5 miles per hour. it's the fifth consecutive spare the air day and right now take your pick. you can have 0s, you can experience 40s. even 50s right now in san francisco. along the coast into pacifica, monoterra and lost beaches. it's the 11th winter spare the air alert of the season. a little bit of a brown tinge to the atmosphere today with the particulate matter getting trapped very close to the surface. now currently with those numbers in the 30s and 40s, we're going to reach highs today near or record warmth. 69 degrees forecast high in mountain view. the record is 70. san jose, the record is 74 degrees, it was established back in 1911 and today we're forecasting 72 degrees. we will see a record in gilroy shattering the old mark set just last year. at 70 degrees.
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and five degrees shy of a brand new record in oakland, santa cruz and in richmond. your high temperatures today let's take a peek around the microclimates into the 60s and low 70s. 69 in fremont through milpitas. the extended forecast i think more widespread record warmth on wednesday. and then we'll begin to see some cooler and cloudier conditions on friday through the weekend. that's a look at your tuesday forecast. gang? all right roberta thank you. developing news in new york city. a man hunt is underway after two officers were shot and wounded while responding to a robbery. investigators hope surveillance video helps identify the suspects. it shows someone opening fire last night at a grocery store in the bronx. fellow officers swarmed the area but both suspects got away. this all follows the murder of two officers last month. in about three hours, there's a court hearing in oakland for more than 100 people who blocked a busy freeway last month. these are scenes from the activity on interstate 80 on
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december8th. protesters sought to call attention to the issue of excessive force following several deadly police shootings across the country. bay area girl who vanished from her home last week is still missing. and police are worried she may be in serious trouble. kpix 5's joe vasquez reports from richmond police headquarters. >> reporter: 16-year-old belinda carson of richmond has never run away. never gone missing until now. >> she left her home about 5:00, 5:30 on new year's day. and hasn't been seen since. >> reporter: richmond police are worried belinda is being held against her will. first a strange facebook message. >> somewhat cryptic. that she was trying to get home. she was scared and to let her father know. >> reporter: then, there was the frantic phone call yesterday morning. >> she was crying. she was crying. she was -- she was kind of scared. when my grandmother told me she was frightened. >> reporter: belinda said whoever was holding her
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wouldn't let her go. >> once i heard my grandmother. it was about 6:00 in the morning, she said what? what happened? so -- instantly the whole family was up. what's going on? and she was just boohooing and breaking down crying. she -- she was just so, so, so dad and we was like -- she was pouring her heart out and we was like oh my baby. she just called she's scared. they won't let her talk or go and she just hung up the phone from a restricted number. >> reporter: joe vasquez, kpix 5. richmond police say the girl may be with a 21-year-old man and possibly another man who may be holding her captive. investigators in long beach have few leads and want the public's help now to find whoever killed the young baby girl. a gunman shot and wounded the little girl's parents and uncle and then took off with the 3- week-old child. the shooting victims have now talked with police and officers are not sure if they're withholding information. jurors heard 911 calls from a road rage shooting in marin. the prelim mare hearing was
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held yesterday. last july he got into a fight on the road with a retired mortgage broker. well that man followed dr. james simon home and simon says he got his handgun fired a warning shot, and then shot the man twice. >> what am i supposed to do? >> take a deep breath for me. okay? just calm down. help is on the way. if you -- shooting -- [ inaudible ] with attempted voluntary manslaughter and assault with a arm. he claims it >> simon is charged with attempted voluntary manslaughter and assault with a firearm. he claims that the case is self- defense and he's pleaded not guilty. happening today, sam liccardo will be the 65th mayor of san jose. and kpix 5's kiet do is at city hall to tell us what mayor
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liccardo has been doing as well as some of the challenges he will face right out of the gate. kiet good morning. >> reporter: good morning, this inauguration is ceremonial. that's because sam liccardo actually took over as mayor at the stroke of midnight on new year's day. the first thing he did in office was to go on a ride along with the san jose police department. after that he took a tour of the county's largest homeless shelter. the thousands of homeless who work but cannot afford the rent and police officers leaving san jose for better pay and benefits. the ride along was liccardo's attempt to reach out to his harshest critics the police union. >> take a look and see for yourself what our officers are dealing with on a daily basis. i'll continue to reach out and try to get negotiations moving here. >> nothing has changed. police officers are still going to leave until we fix measure b.. until we're competitive here. until there's a safety net for
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officers that they can stay and know they're going to get taken care of. the officers are going to continue to resign and retire. >> reporter: after voters passed pension reform in 2012, san jose police officers started leaving for other departments. sjpd now has the lowest number of officers it has seen in years. in part the pension reform remains tied up in court. it's set for 6:00 p.m. tonight at the center for performing arts in downtown san jose. it is free, but if you want to go though you have to register online. live in downtown san jose at city hall, kiet do, kpix 5. happening today, congress returns to action in washington with a republican majority in both houses for the first time in eight years. 71 new members will take the oath of office today. and then republicans will likely pass some bills president obama opposes. >> the republicans don't agree you're going to see the president take decisive action to make progress on his own
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where he can. >> a few republicans plan to oppose john boehner' re- election as house speaker today but he is expected to win. there she goes. an incredible scene in washington state as an entire hillside gives way right above an occupied home. >> and there's a new way to get that caffeine fix this morning. the british favorite available in the u.s. starting today. >> from the kpix weather center. good morning everybody. you can plan on near or record warmth right here in the bay area. and we'll pinpoint those locations. >> and fortunately we don't really have any major travel spots right now but we do have congestion and we're seeing it through the sunol grade. i'll have your kcbs traffic drive to work is after this break.
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wester welcome back to kpix 5 morning news. on this tuesday, january 6th take a look at the temperatures because we will have near or record warmth today. in fact, we'll get around to mountain view 69. one degree shy of a record. san jose 72 degrees. also marked by two degrees that record set way back in 1911. east bay numbers stacking up in the mid and high 60s. good morning danville. at 67 degrees. north bay numbers just slight little cooler than the eastern portion of our bay area. and the low and mid- 60s except yucaipa standing out at 71 degrees. and good morning san francisco, your high above average at 61. well, several inches of rain in western washington state have caused major flooding and landslides. and others are strand check out the side of that cliff falling onto the homes down there. a few have been knocked off their foundations and others are stranded after a section of road slid down a hill. >> i was telling him you need
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to pack your things fast if you're leaving. because you can see the cliff moving. you can see it moving. >> i heard a big crack. and the trees come down. and they just cracked and boomed. >> everyone got out of the area safely and now construction crews are working to carve a new way out. two people are dead and 12 students injured after a school bus driver crossed into the path of an on coming train. the railroad crossing in the town in north dakota isn't marked with flashing lights or crossing arms. a 17-year-old student and the bus driver were killed. the cause of the crash is under investigation. today at noon the governor jerry brown will be in fresno to witness something he's been pushing for since the '80s. the ground breaking for the state's $68 billion high speed rail system which will eventually link san francisco with l. a.. >> i jerry brown. >> do solemnly swear. >> do solemnly swear. >> and yesterday, governor
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brown sworn in sacramento for an unprecedented fourth term. and he laid out his plans for the next four years. says the biggest challenge will be to keep from building up costs as california builds for the future. >> we've extended health care to millions. we're transforming our educational and criminal justice systems. we're building the nation's only high speed rail system. >> governor is calling for a freeze on uc tuition hikes and he also wants to increase renewable energy use by some 50% statewide and cut gas use in half. well, today star bucks is unveiling a new drink. >> it was created in australia and apparently a big hit in great britain but its reception here soon to be determined. we've been talking about it this morning. there it is. it's called flat white. it's similar to a latte. less water though. baristas use whole milk to create a smooth texture. and it must be poured carefully to allow the espresso to rise
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to the top. i guess. the drink may signify starbucks' entry into the artisanal coffee game and by the way you get two shots of espresso that. >> i know. we keep saying we can use that right now. wouldn't that be nice? >> more caffeine than a regular latte? >> it's stronger. >> it's stronger okay. >> a flat white. >> i'm in. all right. you sold me. >> i think we're all in. okay, traffic, yeah it's pretty -- it's okay. it's toke now now that we have that 280 extension reopened. you know otherwise we are seeing the back to work traffic and we kind of saw it a little bit yesterday. a little slow going and then today it's kind of full bore. people are now back in school and at work. westbound highway 4 slow in antioch and now even heavier through pittsburg bay point into concord. it's kind of sluggish from end to end on the approach to willow pass. there was a smaller fender- bender at the toll plaza that had blocked one lane. they got crews out there and unfortunately the rest of the traffic is stacked up through the maze. so a good 15, 20 minutes to get
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you onto the bridge but fortunately once you hop onto the bridge itself everything looks great. road work is clear and other nimitz freeway is fine. near the oakland coliseum. oakland airport if maybe you're still heading that way. southbound traffic all the way into hayward on the approach to highway 92 is actually moving relatively at the speed limit. i saw a few brake lights in hayward but nothing too bad yet. if you're heading on to the san mateo bridge. westbound 92 is only 13 minutes and a drive time for you at the bottom of the screen. leaving hayward, this is the flat section just past the toll plaza but over the high-rise. it continues to look good into foster city. you can see all the groan on the sensors along the peninsula past sfo. coming into san bruno. and into san francisco. 101 is a great option as well as 280. here's live look at the sensors a slow spot all around that dublin interchange. westbound 580 in pleasanton and then southbound 680 out of pleasanton through the sunol grade. no accidents just con investigation. that's the latest kcbs traffic.
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another check of the forecast with roberta. it's live looking to the bay bridge. good morning everybody. where currently you can take your pick. we have 30s and 0s and 50 -- 40s and 50s across the board. santa rosa where the visibility is down to a half mile. it's due to some areas of patchy fog. also reporting some fog is livermore. concord 46 degrees. it is currently 40 in san jose. and yes, five -- five straight days of winter spare the air alert days. that makes 11 this winter season. a little brown tinge in the atmosphere. again today. this is what we need to know heading on out on this tuesday, january 6th. near record warmth for this time of the year. cooler and cloudy by friday. and then right now i don't see any kind of rain in the forecast until maybe possibly next thursday. and in fact, let's call in the futurecast because we're kind of holding out for some rain chances. this thursday. but watch the clock tick on by. there's your wednesday. here comes your thursday. all along the medium models
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were suggesting maybe minimal chances of rain and now it looks like the rain chances are going to premain well out over the -- remain well out over the open waters. increase the cloud cover towards the tail end of the workweek and this is a huge, very strong ridge of high pressure. not going anywhere very quickly. diverting the storm track well to the north of the bay area. the bottom line is sunny skies and 60s throughout the interior portion of the state of california. it's 72 in monterey bay. that's a near record. our near record today 72 in san jose. shy of 74 the record. it will be in the low 70s in gilroy today. forecasting a record high there. widespread records tomorrow as far as our warmth is concerned. and then we cloud it up and bring it back to seasonal highs by the weekend and that's your tuesday forecast. paying for public transportation in san francisco will get a whole lot easier. the new option on the way for riders.
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we go back to winnipeg for this morning's play of the day... her look at the sh good morning everyone. kevin durant had 30 points in one half the last time the thunder were in the bay area. but the reigning mvp didn't even come close to that last night. just one loss at home all season for curry and company. first quarter, durant ripped under his own hoop and green to clay thompson. up court. warriors up eight. durant made just 3-16 shots. harrison barnes couldn't miss on the other hand. tic-tac-toe to the black falcon. he was 5-5 from downtown and had a season high 23. the warriors led by 20 at the half. a laugher the rest of the way. thompson throws it down and thompson and curry combined for 38. the thunder shoots just 30%. warriors are now 14-1 at oracle. todd mclellan and the
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sharks facing the jets, "west side story" reference never gets old. game tied at 2. eight seconds to go. joe pavelski wins the face-off and the puck finds the pickle marc-edouard vlasic and buries it to win the game. with just four seconds left. sharks winners and warriors winners and mike shanahan seems to be the hot name between either the raiders or the 49ers. depends on who you believe. i'm dennis o'donnell, we'll have the 49er coaching update tonight at 6:00. >> the bay area carousel of coaches. we're going to back to winnipeg now for this morning's play of the day. why? because that shark winner was so good. it was so good. >> pavelski wins the drop. over to vlasic. shoots he scores! marc-edouard vlasic. >> that's your hockey game, san jose's marc-edouard vlasic scored with 4.5 seconds left to go in the third period in the sharks a big 3-2 win over the jets. and earned our play of the day
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honored. so good -- honors. so good. it is 6:35 right now. a tough reason for the 49ers and the off-season isn't starting off any better at least for the team's ceo. the lawsuit he's now facing. >> and a fire here at san francisco's "mrs. doubtfire" house. coming up we'll tell you why investigators are looking at this as a possible arson.
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he evidence that two new york city police officers are in the hospital right now after they were shot responding to a robbery. the evidence that could lead to a quick arrest. and san jose swears in a new mayor tonight. i'm kiet do with a look at the
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challenges facing this new administration. and we do have temperatures near or record warmth today. we'll pinpoint the locations for you straight ahead. and checking the ride palo alto right now just getting word of a four car crash it is blocking the slow lane. we're starting to see the delays build up along the peninsula. kcbs traffic is coming up. thank you liz, and good morning everyone. it's tuesday, january 6th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. one of the most famous houses in san francisco is damaged by an arsonist. kpix 5's ryan takeo shows us the iconic "mrs. doubtfire" house. ryan? >> reporter: my soleal we're hear in the -- michelle we're here at broadway and steiner and there's the garage of the "mrs. doubtfire" house. you see the burn mark at the bottom and also some burn marks on the front door of this house. this house was used in the 1993 movie "mrs. doubtfire" starring robin williams. and became a memorial after williams' death last year. at about 8:00 last night, police say someone apparently
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used gasoline or some sort of accelerant to start a minor fire. right now the house was not the intended target. instead it looks like the target was the surgeon who owns the house. the doctor told police he thinks a former patient set the fire because of ongoing issues but he can't be sure exactly. but one thing is for sure, we've seen this house before but never like this. live in san francisco, ryan takeo, kpix 5. thank you ryan. time for a look at your weather now. at 6:31 and we are in for a beautiful day but another spare the air day right? >> i got tole you it's -- to tell you it's been really busy in the weather department. we transitioned to wind storms and we transitioned to cold snap and now here we are. with near or record warrant right here in the bay area. yeah. 70s very unusual for this time of the year. except actually. one year ago, gilroy had a record high of 70 degrees and today, we should surpass that by two degrees. let's take a look another the current numbers -- at the current numbers in and around the microclimates.
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you want 40s? livermore at 40 evenly. you want 50s? san francisco, pacifica, ocean beach, and monoterra beaches, it's the fifth consecutive winter spare the air alert day. the 11th of the winter season. okay meanwhile these are the numbers we're looking at for near or record warmth mountain view one degree off the record. san jose two degrees shy. gilroy will have that record high temperature. oakland's five degrees off the mark. as a santa cruz and richmond checking in at 63-degrees. notable numbers in and around the bay area. 60s for the most part and 70s the further south you go. in fact tomorrow we will have more widespread record warmth across the bay area and then we see an area of low pressure approaching the bay area. minimal rain amounts and basically offshore nothing for us on shore as wellly we will cool down and increase the cloud cover. busy on the roadways with elizabeth. unfortunately a couple of commutes are starting to get a little ugly and the ugliest
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right now is in vallejo unfortunately. both eastbound lanes it sounds like here's a tweet from kcbs traffic. eastbound 37 at fairgrounds drive. there's been an accident involving a motorcyclist so emergency crews are on seen. but the -- scene. but a the backups are just beginning. and westbound already slow approaching mare island. along the peninsula this crash it started as a solo car crash and it had been kind of a car kind of went across all lanes blocking one lane. now we're hearing of a four car crash and not sure if it's all kind of related. in the meantime one lane is blocking northbound 101 at embarcadero road and it's backed up approaching that exit. also through the altamonte pass, and the livermore valley, we're seeing a lot of sluggish traffic. we've seen this since early this this morning. livermore valley you can see on the approach to vasco and even continuing westbound pretty heavy right now. nice and light though across the golden gate bridge. we haven't really seen any problems at all through sausalito on into san
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francisco. san mateo bridge just kind of started getting a little more crowded here in the last ten minutes or so. and westbound 92. the drive times still okay but i was a feeling that's going to -- i have a feeling that's going to jump to the slow category sheer very shortly. overnight there was a full freeway closure of southbound 280 out of san francisco. after some police activity, they reopened all lanes about an hour ago. so now everything is back to normal and looking good on 280 and 101. that is kcbs traffic. frank and michelle back to you guys. a man hunt underway right now new york city after two officers shot and wounded while responding to a robbery. investigators hope surveillance here helps identify the suspects. it shows someone opening fire last night at a grocery stores this in the bronx. the officers who had responded were just getting off-duty and new york's mayor and the police commissioner rushed to the hospital. >> this is an absolutely a case of officers going above be beyond the call to protect their fellow new yorkers. >> hours earlier the mayor praised the nypd for helping reduce overall crime in the
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city. in the past year. last night's shooting happened abdomen two weeks after two new york city detectives were ambushed and murdered by a gunman as they sat in their police cruise they are brooklyn. tonight san francisco's police chief will told a town hall meeting. police say the man shot and killed by officers left suicide letters one addressed to the officers who shot him. it happened sunday in the parking lot of the mission station in an area off-limits to the public. police shot the man after he pulled a weapon out of his waistband and it turns out it was an air soft gun. and now appears the man meant to provoke officers. his letter to the officers says quote -- the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave. tonight's town hall meeting will be tone the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave and tonight's town hall meeting will be at 6:00 at the cornerstone church. a missing teenager in the
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east bay. rich monday police confirm 16- year-old belinda carson, well she's been found. she was located late last night in san francisco and is now speaking with investigators. there's no details yet about her recovery or condition. carson disappeared from her richmond home on thursday night on new year's and police and her family had feared foul play. justdays after the san francisco 49ers parted ways with coach jim harbaugh the team's ceo is in a bit of legal trouble over a different firing, two different 49er managers are slapping jed york with an age discrimination lawsuit. the veteran employees were in their late 50s when york fired them. they say it was to make room for younger edgier hires, the complaint quoted york as wanting to hire younger tech workers because quote -- the team is not commenting on the suit. happening today, the man who just became the mayor of san jose will be formally
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inaugurated. kiet do is in san jose with a look at some of the issues sam liccardo will be facing right out of the gate. kiet? >> reporter: good morning, sam liccardo actually became mayor on new year's day. so tonight's inauguration is ceremonial. nonetheless, he will likely take this opportunity to talk about the city's two biggest problems and that is hiring more police officers and the homeless. he spent the first day on the job touring the county's largest homeless sheller and the mayor says the homeless problem remains one of the top priorities. liccardo also did a police ride along in an attempt to reach out to the police union one of his harshest critics. >> they've been understaffed and they're hustling hard to try to get to all the calls and it was important for moe to see firsthand. >> nothing has changed. police officers are still going to leave until we fix measure b.. >> reporter: the last interview was incoming police president union president sergeant paul kelly. talking about measure b. pension reform. voters passed it in 2012 and
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then san jose police officers started leaving for other departments sjpd has the lowest number of officers it has seen in years. parts of the measure remain tied up in court. tonight's inauguration is set for 6:00 p.m. this evening at the center for performing arts in downtown san jose. it is free, but if you want to go though you have to register online. live in downtown san jose, at city hall, kiet do, kpix 5. and today is libby shoop's first full day as mayor of oakland. some of her most vocal critics were waiting when she arrived at her inauguration ceremony yesterday in a fire blowing snail car. well, they held up signs and even sang their protests. >> part of what makes oakland oakland is it's a birthplace of social movement. it's a place of protests and passionate politics and i embrace that. i support it. >> the mayor did not talk about how she would stop small bands of vandals who have recently shatrd windows, shut down freeways and frustrated oaklanders, teachers in oakland
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are proving a point by only working regular hours. off they go. instead of coming in early and working late teachers starting at 8:30 and walking out promptly at 3:30. they're asking for a secure pay raise and believe the district is delaying their contract. >> it is -- in a way a political theater action. but it had to start somewhere and we feel as though we need to gain visibility to the problem that's been going on in oakland for many years. >> the district says it's offering 10% over the next three years yay drewing previous pay rises -- quadrupling previous pay raises. riders can purchase tickets using a credit or debit card and store them on the phones. passengers will no longer need exact change or access of a vending machine to hop on the. the pilot program will begin with apps for android and ios operating systems. 6:39 on this tuesday. petco will stop selling certain dog and cat treats made
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overseas. the major concern in the next major retailer expected to follow suit. >> one of the big advancements at this year's consumer electronics show? connected cars. how the high-tech vehicles will change the way we drive. >> and checking the market on this tuesday. it opened about ten minutes ago. and right now, on the big board we are in positive territory. coming up, kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks will crunch the numbers and all things business. stay with us.
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for over 60,000 california foster children nights can feel long and lonely. to help, sleep train is collecting pajamas for foster children, big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train and help make a foster child's night a little cozier. welcome back to kpix 5 morning news. on this tuesday, january 6th take a look at this. good morning everybody. 62-degrees in burlingame today when the average high is 56. in fact, as we swing around to the santa clara valley. 70 degrees in cupertino.
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72 degrees in san jose will be two degrees shy of a record. it will be in the low 70s today in gilroy which will be a record high. good morning pleasanton. you can expect 67 degrees as is danville and blackhawk. the winds remain on the flat side out of the southeast at 5 miles per hour. therefore, it is yet another winter spare the air alert day. novato. low 60s and downtown san francisco expects 61 degrees. the u.s. ski team has lost two junior members in an avalanche. 20-year-old ronnie berlack and 19-year-old bryce astle were skiing the apples with four -- alps with forothers when they left -- four others when they left a marked trail. they were preparing for world cup competition. petco is removing dog and cat treats made in china from the store shelves. they are concerned.
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the fda got more than 4,000 complaints after pets ate their jerky treats from china. petco is the first pet retailer to pull the snacks, the rival petsmart will have the treats off its shelves by march. wall street is back in action this morning after yesterday's big plunge. >> here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> good morning michelle. good morning frank. investors hoping to claw back from the steep losses we saw yesterday. the dow dropping over 330 points in the process a lot of worries over europe and the potential exit of greece from the euro zone. also oil continues to push stocks lower and oil now down below $50 a barrel for the first time in five and a half years. that adds to concerns about the health of the global economy. although consumers here in the u.s. certainly do not mind seeing lower gas prices giving them a little bit more power at the store. maybe even saving a little bit more money. stock market is coming back a little bit this morning pretty flat. we are getting several economic reports today including one on
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home prices. this comes from core logic. they say that in november, home prices were up 5.5% from a year earlier. that is the slight increase over the gain the month before. although core logic does expect home prices to continue to slow down in 2015. calling for a gain this year of around 4.6%. we're starting to see more inventory as people start selling their houses a lot of people now seeing their values come above where they bought them in the mortgages trying to get out from underneath water. let's take a look at the big board and see how we're starting off today and a mild start but that looks pretty good compared to the red from yesterday. the dow is up by 27 points. nasdaq flat. s&p is up a couple of points, apple had a tough day along with most tech companies yesterday. down about 3% and down another half per sent this morning. back -- percent this morning. back to you. >> okay we thank you sir. >> sure thing. at noon, the governor will help move the high speed rail project to the next level. governor brown will be in fresno for the system's ground-
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breaking ceremony. the $68 billion system is designed to eventually link the bay area with los angeles. well, the latest high-tech gadgets will be on display at the consumer electronics show. >> always a big deal and it opens today in las vegas. and bigad shaban is there with a look at advancements involving so-called connective cars. >> the steering wheel is moving but there's no one in the driver's seat. >> that's right. >> reporter: bmw took us for a ride in its latest prototype. an electric car that can hunt for a parking spot on its own with just a simple command of a smart watch. >> bmw, park yourself. >> reporter: engineer gave us the preview of what bmw plans to unveil at the annual consumer electronics show here in las vegas. >> so it's using sensors to make sure that it's not hitting anything. >> right. right. we have four laser scanners. one to each side of the car. so that we precisely know where all the objects are of the environment. >> reporter: and once you're ready to leave the parking garage, you simply give another command to your smart watch.
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bmw, pick me up. and the car heads right for you. vehicles boasting internet connections and compatibility with phones and music players are the new norm. at least 36 million vehicles across the world are now connected to the internet. that number is expected to more than quadruple to 152 million by 2020. jerry with ford says connected cars now make up at least 90% of his company's fleet. >> the systems need to let the customers do it is what they want to do and get back to driving. >> reporter: if you're heading out for a car that will do is that driving for you, bmw isn't sure when the latest technology will make its way to the open road. bigad shaban, cbs news, las vegas. >> i wonder when all the glitches are worked out. >> in 20 years. i like to drive. i don't know about you but i like getting behind the wheel and just letting it go a little bit. >> i let it parallel park for me. but i heard michelle talking about hackers it's true. you never know. it's like a ghost car.
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all right so out the door if you're about to hit the road. we have a number of issues out there. that kind of keep popping up one after another unfortunately. and it's been just a quiet two weeks traffic wise but yeah things are back in full swing now. especially in the east shore freeway westbound 80 at carlson boulevard. the scene of a multivehicle crash and at least one lane is blocked. we're seeing the backups from at least san pablo avenue but i keep seeing them the long line of yellow sensors continue to back up behind that. so just watch out for that accident there. in the meantime in vallejo. they're working to clear the scene of the motorcycle crash east 37 at fairgrounds drive. a number of emergency crews are on scene and there's some slowing actually in both directions of 37. but again the crash is on the eastbound side. also along peninsula northbound 101 at embarcadero road. another accident in palo alto and you can see the slow downs to 237. the slow lane is blocked in that area along the peninsula. past embarcadero though everything looks great. on the bay bridge the approaches are actually moving okay sometimes we see that
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slowdown from 580 back to 24. not this morning but it's stacked up there for at least a good 15 minute wait. that's your kcbs traffic. another check of our warmer forecast here's roberta. it will be near or record warmth today at least one record will be realized and that will be dill roy. the old record was established just a year ago at 70 and today we're forecasting 72 degrees. i'd say christian can follow along here. i'd like to taffe a look at -- take a look at the live weather camera outloors right now. because i am getting some reports of some fog and i don't think that's so much the case right here. nope it is clear as we take a birds ewe view out towards the bay bridge. but if you're in the santa rosa area we currently have areas of fog limited visibility down to a half mile. otherwise you want 40s? we have it. in san francisco, and in mountain view you want upper 30s that's can'tly the temperature in redwood city. it's in the 30s at the delta. backing all the way through fairfield. and there you have santa rosa
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at 33 degrees reporting areas of fog. five -- five straight days now of winter spare the air day alerts. it's the 11th of the winter season. and i can see us going into the weekend with alerts at hand because we have stagnant winds out of the southeast at 5 near record warmth today. especially across the southern portion of the bay area. cloudy and cooler by friday. but no rain chances until maybe, maybe next thursday. this is our futurecast. we do have an area of low pressure that wants to brush up against the northern half of the state. by thursday, but the rain chances are minimal and you'll see the green specks there. they will remain offshore. so we are under a huge dome of high pressure. it's diverting the storm track well to the north of the bay area. we will see nothing but the stagnant air and sunny skies and near record warmth. hazy sunshine today sfo no reports of any delays. meanwhile only 13 degrees and blizzard-like conditions in chicago. numbers, 60s and 70s for
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daytime highs today. and take a look at the extended forecast, i think we'll see more widespread warmth on your wednesday. and then we'll cool it down and have seasonal highs by the weekend. have a great day everyone. okay. roberta thanks. scaling yosemite will no easy feat. it's been done before but alan martin says not bare handed on this particular path. >> reporter: on the dawn wall it's not that no man has gone before. it's that no man has gone before this way. >> no one has climbed this section of rock on this wall with only their fingers and arms as their tools. >> reporter: tommy and kevin of santa rosa are more than halfway up the dawn wall. the vertical sheer face of granite on yosemite's 3,000 foot el capitan and they're free climbing. no ropes except to hold gear and catch them if they fall. >> we also do mount st. helena.
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>> reporter: himself a climber, to give us some idea of what caldwell and kevin are going through. nine days so far of climbing, sleeping and everything else on the dawn wall and a bit more than halfway up. >> that's nine, ten days of pulling, on your fingers, on you know -- people haven't been climbing on this wall so the holds are sharp. everything is sharp. their fingers are probably raw. i mean, they've -- they're probably taped up every finger is taped up. and it's cold. it's -- it's just incredible. >> reporter: alan martin, kpix 5. >> yeah, it's cold. it's the mid of winter up there. the climb could take up to six more weeks to complete as well. >> yeah, that if s if they finish at all. we're clearing them on. be safe -- cheering them on. we just want them to be safe. >> absolutely. >> we'll be right back. yo ot to make every second count.
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five things to know now at the :55. investigators hope surveillance video will help them track down a pair of men who shot two new york city police officers. the officers were responding to an armed robbery when one of the suspects opened fire. both officers are in the hospital and both are in stable condition. congress starts its new term today. thanks to election day victories back in november, republicans will now control both the house and the senate. that could mean battling with the president over matters like the keystone oil pipeline and immigration and health care. senator mitch mcconnell will become the new majority leader as well. the first major cold snap of the year is bringing bitter cold weather to much of the nation. chicago is expected to get up to six inches of snow today. in minneapolis, this morning's windchill is expected to dip do 30-degree -- to 30 degrees below zero. and jury selection continues in the trial of the man charged in the boston
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marathon bombing. 21-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev in court yesterday as the first potential round of jurors was screened. process could take several weeks to seat a jury. federal probation reports may seek the death penalty. sam liccardo will be san jose's 65th mayor tonight. the former city councilman will take the oath of office at 6:00 p.m. at the center for performing arts. he'll be joined by four newly elected city counsel sill members. -- council members. i'm ryan takeo live in san francisco, arson investigators are looking into a fire that happened here yesterday at the "mrs. doubtfire" house. we're in the pac heights neighborhood. you can see the burn marks there on the garage and also some up on the front door. the house was used in the 1993 robin williams movie "mrs. doubtfire" and also served as a memorial after williams' death last year. at about 8:00 last night, police say someone apparently used gasoline or some other accelerant to start a minor fire. the surgeon who now owns the house thinks a former patient set the fire.
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but he says he cannot exactly be sure. we're live in san francisco, ryan takeo, kpix 5. and a couple of quick traffic notes. they just cleared this accident in rich monday it's the right hand shoulder westbound 80 at carlson boulevard. san mateo bridge. pretty crowded right now trying to get out of hayward on the westbound lanes. and the golden gate bridge, looks good now once again that full close your goes into this effect this weekend. 34-degrees in santa rosa with areas of fog. to the 40s across the bay to 50- degrees in san francisco. later today, near and record warm temperatures. 72-degrees in gilroy. that will be a record: 72 in san jose. 60s and 70s today. it is a fifth winter spare the air alert day of the season. equally as warm today if not even more so with more records. >> wow. >> all right. well that's going to do it. thanks for watching kpix 5 news this morning. remember your news local update is at 7:26. >> we're out of time aren't we? >> we're out of time. >> okay have a great day everybody. "cbs this morning" is coming up
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