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gone too long without really being appreciated. i really want to send a message of support to these incredibly hardworking employees. >> reporter: she's gone floor by floor to each department trying to figure out what works. >> i've been here 30 years. >> reporter: and what might need to work better. >> how are your computers treat ing you? >> reporter: she's made it clear she expects some change. on a previous ride along she was frustrated over the time the officers take to input the previously recorded information in to their computers. >> i told him i want a deadline by which to give us a solution. >> reporter: with 694 officers on the force she wants to hire more to get to 800. the police chief would like closer to 900. but there seems to be unity for the vision of the police department. today is a morale booster. >> it's really encouraging. it's great for the officers. it's great for all of our personnel. we look forward to working with her. >> reporter: schaaf was a cheerleader at skyline high but
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don't expect her to be merely a booster. on kpix 5 this weekend, she said she was not pleased police allowed violence during the protest. >> i believe people need to be held to high expectations. this is an incredibly important department. they need to perform at the highest level. i expect nothing less. but they also have my absolute support. >> i must say the police officers i spoke with seemed generally pleased to be talking to me about the new mayor. we asked her on whether or not she plans on replacing the current chief. she said she likes what she said and her focus is on finding a new city administrator. today is the last day for applications for open positions. applications for the police academy will be taken until january 16th. any minute now sam locardo
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will be sworn in as san mateo's new mateo's -- as san jose's new mayor. ricardo says a meeting with the police union is at the top of his to-do list. >> there are a lot of things we want to do to make this a more attractive place to work for our officers. >> other items on liccardo's agenda addressing san jose's homeless crisis and sky high housing costs. tonight a marin physician who opened fire on another driver in a road rage incident is off the hook. kpix 5's mark kelly is at the courthouse where the decision to drop the charges came down a little over an hour ago. >> dr. james simon left the courtroom today tears of joy in
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his eyes. late this afternoon the judge dropped the charge attempt ed voluntary manslaughter against him. here's an interview with the doctor just moments after that charge got dropped. >> i'm speechless. i'm sorry. >> it's a very tough time for dr. simon and a very emotional time. he's gone through a significant amount of trauma. this was the right decision. >> dr. simon says he was scared for his life when william osentine followed the doctor back to his home after the road rage incident. he said the fear for his life gave him the right to shoot him twice in self-defense. while the da disagrees and he's fearful of the precedent this case will set in marin county. >> i'm very disappointed obviously in the ruling. i
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think it's the wrong decision. i think it sends the wrong message to the community. i think one of the things i've done since i've been da, i've been extremely sensitive to the issue of gun violence and i don't want that in our community. we have to have some community standards. >> testimony called in to question. osenteen's memory of the incident, he reported having only, quote, flashes of memory. at one point telling police he put his hands up and said twice don't shoot don't shoot but also reporting to police that he didn't remember the doctor even holding a gun. mark kelly kpix 5. it's a big day for supporters of california's high speed rail project and there's no bigger sporter than the govern. he was in fresno today as the state begins building an 800-mile stretch from los angeles to san francisco with
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the first section running 29 miles from fresno to madera. allen martin on why the groundbreaking is happening now and in the central valley. >> the actuality is construction on the 29-mile stretch from fresno to madera got started very quietly in june. skeptics of the project say today's ceremony was a very strategic move to make it politically harder to kill. the reality is san francisco to l.a. in three hours is still a long way away. >> to hear jerry brown talk about a high speed rail was very much his wife's idea. >> but also my wife ann who used to be a republican, and when she said no, you've got to take this money and you've got to build the fact is she was a republican gave me a lot of confidence. >> we'll get to the money in a bit. but to hear fresno's mayor speak at today's groundbreaking, the first 29-mile segment of the bullet train project is the greatest thing since sliced bread.
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>> a project that promises to connect northern, central and southern california together like never before. >> reporter: high speed rail has been on jerry brown's radar since he was first elected governor in the 70s. now his age is the mid 70s. and he's more determined than ever to see california become the first state in the country to have bullet trains even though the completion date is 15 years down the road. >> 2030. you may think that's around the corner. but i'll be 92 in 2030. so i'm working out pumping iron, eating vegetables. i want to be around. >> reporter: who will be around? future taxpayers and a couple of picked ones were in fresno today. >> we are supporting high speed rail because we want more choices, particularly sustainable choices. >> reporter: the choices are proving costly. in 2008 voters approved $9 billion in bonds for the project. the state legislature kicked in a billion per year more, and the federal
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government made promises. but with republicans now in charge of both the u.s. senate and house, federal dollars are questionable. critics say it best. high speed rail is only about half funded. but the governor not worried. >> because i wasn't quite sure where the hell we're going to get the rest of the money. but don't worry about it. we're going to get it. >> not a lot of opposition today. about a dozen demonstrators shouted show me the money. certainly there are some in sacramento saying the same thing. in the central valley the jobs would be welcome. remember, the first 300 miles would mostly be in the valley from merced down to burbank. >> part of this process has been the legal challenges, people giving up property, there's some imminent domain things going on. >> some of those lawsuits are settled. many are not. one was filed actually by the madera farm bureaus. they were saying the rail authority isn't living up to the settlement over the
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loss of farmland. as one farmer put it, they're robbing us blind and they say they could go back to court and sue them again. >> we've got 15 years to work it all out. eventually high speed rail will roll in to san francisco's new transbay center which is now under construction. we got an update on the project today. the 1 million-square foot transit hub south of mission street will connect 11 transit agencies with eight bay area counties. it will feature a park and a number of sustainable features. >> the old transbay terminal had a very inclosed, sort of a different feel to it. it had new transit center is very open, inviting, very enticing to the transit rider as he's going to enter the new transit center. >> so far the project is on track. construction expected to be completed by late 2017. dozens of anti-police protesters arrested for shutting down interstate 80 last month. they're still waiting to learn whether they'll be charged. they showed up in court in
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oakland today but the case isn't ready yet. chp says it's still preparing a report to send to the da. and that could take up to a year. more than 200 people were arrested back on december 8th for flooding interstate 80 in berkeley and emeryville. at the time they were cited and released. the group is demanding the charges against them be dropped. we're getting our first look at a man police say is behind a number of car fires. jason gilliand is suspected of setting three cars on fire near the campbell border. police believe he could be responsible for as many as eight car fires. his mental state very much an issue. bailiffs tell us he had an episode today that canceled a second straight court appearance. there was a levy breach today in solano county flooding hundreds of acres but this was no disaster. kpix 5's don ford on the massive restoration project. >> reporter: what man took away
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over a hundred years ago to protect farming in seconds he gave back to mother nature. >> turning back the clock to a time where this was a huge [ inaudible ] >> reporter: hundreds came out to watch the dramatic levy breach. salt water pouring in to the old oat and hay fields. now the latest title march covering 1500 acres making it one of the largest restoration projects in the bay area. >> we're actually going to provide habitat for endangered species. >> reporter: the mouse isn't the only one who will enjoy the new marsh. unlike other habitat areas where the public is banned, here they're welcomed, even encouraged to check it out. there's a state-of-the-art kayak launching dock. public pier for fishing. and miles of trails for bird watching. just add water. >> this is nature doing what it
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does best. >> getting back to its normal routine. >> exactly. we just helped it along the way. >> reporter: a key piece of the project was rebuilding a 3-mile section of highway 37 so the new marsh would not flood the roadway during storms. today the only thing flooding was the old farm and the water came roaring in. engineers say even with a break this big it could still take two or three days for all this water to equalize out. in solano county, don ford, kpix 5. >> once that project is completed it will be open to the public to explore on foot, bicycle, or kayak. still ahead it could have been a washout. a water main break affecting three schools. how one man's quick thinking kept it dry. >> $3,000 to make home improvements. the deal being offered to some bay area residents and how far the cash will actually get you. >> nothing but sunshine today in san jose.
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back home to richmond last night. she told her family she went out with friends new year's eve but ended up at a hotel with men she didn't know and those men took away her cell phone and told her she could not leave. she was able to make a panicked phone call sunday to her aunt. the family claims the media was getting her story out there and putting pressure on her captors to let her go. now they're glad she's home. >> we're glad she's okay. it's a re lief. it's a lesson learned. >> oftentimes these young girls don't see the trafficker as a criminal. that trafficker also comes on as a loving, caring boyfriend. >> the family says the girl is seeking medical help and also therapy to help deal emotionally. in richmond, ryan takeo, kpix 5. >> one expert on the sex slave trade in the bay area says this looks like a classic case of human trafficking. only most girls don't end up getting away.
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a broken water pipe flooded part of the basement as sf general, left the hospital without water for more than an hour. the pipe burst just before 11 a.m. at the main building in the mission. repairs took about an hour. the hospital says patient care was not impacted. a quick thinking custodian may have saved a peninsula middle school campus from flooding. a water main burst last night on the campus of linda middle school which also houses two other schools. the break sent a plume of water more than 40 feet in to the air. a wing of classrooms and offices could have been flooded but quick thinking night custodian paul lamb grabbed sandbags left over from december's storms and diverted the water. >> i think it was very crucial. if he wasn't here or no one noticed it, we've pulled up this morning, there would have been quite a few hours and we would have had substantial damage. >> i'm just doing my job.
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school is like my house. i do the best i can to protect the school and make sure the kids come back to school, enjoy it. that's my job too. >> he did a great job. school was canc eled today while crews cleaned up a muddy mess and repaired the broken main. classes will resume tomorrow. what if someone offered to give you $3,000 for home improvement projects? that deal will be offered all across california next week. cate cauguiran shows us add a little elbow greece -- elbow grease and it might save your home. >> reporter: you know we have earthquakes, and you know a seismic retrofit can cost a lot of money. >> it can run up to $10,000. >> reporter: now san leandro is one of six california cities where homeowners can get $3,000 worth of help. >> i think we're by far the smallest municipality in the state and the only reason we were chosen is because we
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actually offer the class. >> that's right. san leandro wants you to do it yourself. >> we literally teach you from a to z how to do it including hands-on, using the tools drawing some holes putting some glue in to the hole and all that. >> what we have here is a soft story garage. >> reporter: he owns quake busters. he's been doing retrofit work for more than 20 years. >> the system is tying this foundation to that floor diaphragm above. >> reporter: we asked him to throw out an estimate for the average retrofit job. >> it varies depending on the sisez of the -- the size of the house, square footage exterior finish. >> it's a little complicated but for a small home $3,000 can definitely go a long way. and how realistic is a seismic do it yourself job? >> i think a homeowner can do quite a bit of this themselves. they would have to be somewhat handy already. >> reporter: so jump in line
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for $3,000 worth of retrofit help. >> materials contractor, whatever you choose. >> reporter: for 100 homeowners in san leandro it could make all the difference. >> they really encourage their population to get ready for the next big one. they deserve credit for that. >> cate cauguiran kpix 5. >> if you want to sign up, the application period runs from january 15th to february 15th and there are certain requirements for your home. for more information contact the san leandro building division. >> i don't think we could have asked for a prettier day today. >> nightly news was talking about all the cold and the snow and the buses sliding all over. 65 at your house or 70? let me show you highs around the region today. they were very widespread. we rarely get microclimates in january but we did today. santa cruz nearly hit 80 degrees. half moon bay
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today, 72. napa oakland very comfortable 67. and san francisco, 64 degrees with hazy sunshine all throughout the bay area. one thing we all had was that poor air quality. got to show you great video from orange county. this is what it looked like in parts of orange county last week. it was below freezing and it snowed. same location one week later and today it hit 82 degrees. that's the big change in the weather. we go from snow to nothing but sunshine and temperatures in the 80s. speaking of, we'll check in on the snow pack here which is standing at 43% when you're looking at the entire sierra. the best spot would be up in the northern sierra up toward mt. shasta where we're sitting at 49%. nowhere in the sierra do we have a snow pack even 50% of normal. we're down 6% for the week but up 6% for the month. it's warm outside. dry outside. all because of that same guy off
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to our west last week bringing down the arctic air has now closed any chance of rainfall. if anything we're going to stay high and dry for the next couple days as that ridge sits right over top. it's all about the ridge. until this moves weather does not change. better air quality on thursday as the winds now come from the west, coming from the pacific ocean. the onshore blow comes back. cleaner air on thursday but the rain will be a near miss. it will stay to our north and that will keep us dry likely for the next week. i don't see a drop of rain in our forecast till next week. highs tomorrow not april. this is january. 71 in san jose. vallejo, 67. santa rosa 67. redwood city, 67 and hazy sunshine tomorrow. we trend downward thursday. we'll be cooler, in the low 60s friday through the weekend. it's all about that ridge which brought the snow to southern california last week. brought the 80s today and it's coming back again next week. not much of a change. >> stubborn ridge. >> we've been talking about it for years.
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we want it gone but it says no. still ahead it's an issue of space. >> people taking up too much of it on public transit. the movement to stop so called man spreading. ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's nothing really good around ♪ ♪ turn around ♪ ♪ every now and then i get a little bit tired ♪ ♪ of living off the taste of the air ♪ ♪ turn around, barry ♪ ♪ finally, i have a manly chocolatey snack ♪ ♪ and fiber so my wife won't give me any more flack ♪ ♪ i finally found the right snack ♪ ♪ ♪
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for over 60,000 california foster children nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss my old school. i miss my room. i don't want special treatment. i just wanna feel normal. to help, sleep train is collecting pajamas for foster children, big and small.
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bring your gift to any sleep train and help make a foster child's night a little cozier. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. summer: there will be an app for that. s riders will be abl no more fumbling for exact change on muni. starting this summer there will be an app for that. bus riders will be able to purchase tickets using a credit card or debit card, store them on their smart phones. the goal is to get passengers onboard more quickly to keep the buses running on time. tonight a movement to save space on public transit in new york is spreading to san francisco. >> mike sugerman on the campaign to stop man spreading. >> reporter: dude, really? >> you see it on b.a.r.t. pretty frequently. >> reporter: i'd tell him he's man spreading but i don't want to wake him up. >> man spreading is when you're in a public space and there's a
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guy that's like oh, this is a very confined space but i'm still going to sit and take all the space i can. >> reporter: stephanie took time out from playing heads up with her sister to explain why it bugs her so much. >> you have eyes, use them. if there's six people standing and you're taking up three seats maybe take up one. >> reporter: a new york transit campaign is in place to stop the practice. >> is that comfortable? >> it is comfortable. >> reporter: steve doesn't take up more than one seat and sometimes wonders what the problem is. >> one time there was this person on the bus she complained. she said i don't feel comfortable here but i'm not doing anything sexual. >> since the stories have run across the country we've seen comments through social media and other ways that say people are concerned about man spreading. >> reporter: they're about to take a survey and expects to
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hear a spreading chorus about the practice. >> this is good for you? >> this is very comfortable. got my bag on my lap here. >> this isn't that comfortable huh? >> not really. >> is it comfortable for you? >> not really. >> reporter: his picture made the b.a.r.t. idiot hall of fame website. that's a real thing. which also in cludes run of the mill man spreaders. mike sugerman. >> there are no penalties for man spreading but women have begun tweeting photos to shame offenders. i have a theory. you sit like that because you don't want some people sitting next to you. >> that's probably true. >> and it works sometimes. coming up in our next half hour paving the way for a major construction project on the golden gate bridge. how these trucks will make sure everything is all lined up. >> and a potential tax headache
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for people under covered california. >> and dogs roaming around out of their cages. how workers made sure the guy responsible was caught.
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now at 6:30, a live look at the golden gate bridge right now. this commute will look a little different come monday. a movable median barrier is set to be installed this weekend. >> that means the entire bridge will have to be closed. the traffic starting friday at midnight. we're counting down to the closure and that will last all weekend long. when the new barrier is designed it will improve safety on the bridge. >> as john ramos shows us, there's one thing people will want to be aware of when driving next to the new barrier. >> reporter: every day since 1962 workers on the golden gate bridge have plugged and unplugged plastic pile ons to shift the lanes. but this weekend the bridge will be closed to install a new system of hinge sections that will
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finally create a solid safety barrier between oncoming cars. >> except instead of guys in the trucks plugging and pulling tubes, the trains will be made by these two large barrier transfer machines. >> reporter: introducing the zipper trucks. these giant road hogs are designed to creep down the middle of the roadway sliding the barrier over one lane just like a zipper. the $1.5 million vehicle is identical front to back so it never has to be turned around and drivers on each end will be able to align the concrete-filled sections with amazing precision. >> with plus or minus one half inch of where it's supposed to be on the roadway. >> reporter: that's good because there's not a lot of road to spare. the golden gates' narrow 10-foot lanes require a custom design of the barrier to be only one foot wide which drove up the cost to $30 million. so it was a bit surprising to learn the bridge actually has very few serious
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accidents on it. >> but the potential exists and history has shown that it is possible to have very, very serious and very tragic head on collisions. >> reporter: after this weekend bridge managers say the inside lane may feel a bit cramped and they're asking drivers to be extra careful until they get used to it. at the golden gate bridge john ramos kpix 5. >> we have a guide to help you get around the bridge closure. ferry, bus and other transit schedules are at a man was nearly killed when his car was clipped by an amtrak train. even though his car was badly damaged he kept driving on it. authorities took this photo of the car after they caught up with him at home. police say the man tried to make it around the railroad crossing gates in hayward when a capital corridor train beared down and hit him. after interviewing the driver police say he seemed confused and couldn't really answer questions clearly. they
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revoked his license on the spot and he was not injured. wells fargo was offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads police to a bank robber. last month police say the suspect showed the teller a note and a gun then got away with cash from the branch on courthouse drive in union city. a surveillance camera snapped a picture of the suspect. police say he has a star tattoo behind his right ear. he was last seen getting in to a dark colored sedan with tinted rear windows. he might just be the best looking thief in san francisco. they're calling this guy the botox bandit. plastic surgeon dr. larry phan says this guy auckd -- walked in to his officer yesterday, received thousands of dollars of fillers and laser treatments and walked out without paying. it's believed he may have hit other medical offices as well. a wild scene inside a pet boarding business. a burglar let dozens of animals out of
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their cages. 59-year-old michael grunwald is seen on surveillance video breaking in to k-9 play time last friday morning according to police. he let more than 30 dogs out of their cages before throwing treats and food around the store. police say grunwald started filling bags with toys and food. that's when the employees showed up for work and caught him. >> the place was in shambles. we had a few dogs out here as well. one of the staff grabbed the stun gun and told the gentleman to wait and call the police. >> grunwald sat down on the floor when he saw the stun gun. police arrested him charged him with commercial burglary. none of the dogs were injured. people getting health benefits through the affordable care act may be in for a sticker shock this tax season. reporter derek shore on why they may owe more money than previously thought. >> now that i have covered
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california just in case i want insurance. >> reporter: anthony lopez one of more than a million californians who are enrolled in covered california. >> i'm happy with what i got so far. >> reporter: after guessing his income for this year, the college student and part-time caregiver shelled out only $64 a month for a silver ppo plan. the federal government picks up the rest of his premium in the form of tax credits. but that credit could bring a crushing surprise when it comes to enrollees' tax refund. >> there are going to be problems inherent in it. >> reporter: we turned to betty williams who answers why tax refunds for participants may be affected. >> if too much was paid, if it turns out their income was higher than they anticipated and too much was paid, they essentially have to pay it back. that's through whatever refund they might have. >> reporter: if you told covered california you were going to make one annual income but really made more money you may have to give some of that tax credit back. it -- who will
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likely be in this spot? >> people who perhaps changed jobs or got a higher paying job. >> reporter: or people who made more than they thought they were going to. people like anthony who ended up working more hours than he planned but didn't think to report the change to covered california. >> it just goes by the hour and our budget is based on california and their state budget. >> reporter: the exchange says participants should be updating their income throughout the tax year if the income changes. >> when there's an income change during the course of the year to get in contact with the service center to notify about that change. >> nationwide the average enrollee in the affordable care act gets more than $3,000 in tax credits. but if your income increases and you don't recalculate your credit, you could be in for that surprise. the stock market extended its slide from yesterday as the price of oil continues to tank. u.s. crude has fallen more than 50% since june. the dow lost
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another 130 points today but at one point it was down by 240 points. nasdaq sank nearly 60. s&p 500 gave back about 18. it was a big day on capitol hill as the republicans officially took charge of both houses of congress for the first time in eight years. john boehner secured his third term as house speaker despite a bit of a challenge from a handful of tea partiers and as expected kentucky's mitch mcconnell took over as the new senate majority leader. >> we recognize the enormity of the task before us. we know a lot of hard work awaits. >> gop takeover has already set the stage for some clashes with the white house. first on the agenda a bill to green light the controversial keystone oil pipeline which the president has already vowed to veto. still ahead a new look at something out of this world. nasa captures an iconic picture. this time in high def.
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for over 60,000 california foster children nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss my old school. i miss my room. i don't want special treatment. i just wanna feel normal. 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. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child.
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the tool for hackers to steal your identity.. could literally be at your fingertips. that story on it's supposed to provide an extra layer of security but turns out the tool for hackers to secure your identity could be at your fingertips. nasa has captured new images of the pillars of creation the new high definition pictures were taken from the hubble space telescope. they show three columns of cold hydrogen gas and dust bathed in the light from a cluster of stars. the previous pictures were taken in 1995.
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they're called the pillars of creation because they provide insight in to how stars are formed. remember this? now sony is bringing back its walkman. and it doesn't come cheap. the details coming up. >> my first walkman is in my mom's attic. if you were at livermore for the first time in a long time, you hit the 60s. look at the chart. we've been near or below normal for a long time. today, 63. it gets warmer for you and most of the bay area tomorrow.
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the newest gadgets they're all on display in las vegas this week for the consumer electronics show. >> bigad shaban shows us they
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affect everything from the selfie to the modern version of the joystick. >> reporter: even video games get a high tech makeover at the annual consumer electronics show in las vegas. while virtual reality head sets might make you believe you're in the game, he says his new contraption actually puts your entire body in to it for about $500. >> basically you can think of it as a large joystick where when you're running it's the same as pushing forward on a joystick controller. >> reporter: the newest products also offer consumers a chance to lounge around and enjoy the latest in tvs. 4k ultra hd. prices are finally beginning to drop and more video providers like netflix are starting to offer content in 4k. >> you're talking about a picture that's four or more times as good as the pictures we get with high definition. >> reporter: inventors are trying to rethink the way you take pictures. this mini remote
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lets you take a selfie up to 90 feet away from your phone. for more adventurous photographers how about a drone? >> it's allowing your tripod to go 100 feet in to the air. >> reporter: you might need one to get the full picture of this year's tech convention, with an estimated 20,000 new gadgets taking up the span of at least 35 football fields. bigad shaban cbs news, las vegas. >> does this look familiar? sure it does . sony walkman first out in 1979. it was the first portable cassette player with a head phone. okay cassette. it's a little thing that had tape. never mind. now it's get ting a makeover. this is the new and improved version. its price at $1100. it adds 128 gigabytes of storage wi-fi 60 hours of battery life.
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the new walkman will hit the stores this spring. i'm not even going to start talking about 8 tracks. nobody knows what i'm talking about. >> my grandfather still listens to them. good stuff. he will not pay $1100 for a new walkman. a peek outdoors. mostly clear skies at sfo. partly cloudy skies . we're holding on to the heat a little bit better tonight. san francisco and oakland right around 60. san jose 58. a few days removed from very cold air in the bay area. it's about the mild afternoons. nothing on the radar. kpix 5 high def doppler will be dry for tonight tomorrow the next several days all the way until this time next week there will be nothing on the radar. overnight tonight, look at this. no 30s. 40 for you in fairfield. santa rosa 43. concord, 43. you'll still need a jacket for the kids as they walk to school tomorrow morning and you walk with them but it won't be as cold.
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oakland, 48. san francisco in the 50s tonight. very hazy. air quality today will be unhealthy and hazy once again tomorrow. if anything it likely will be hazier and the atmosphere will be that much dirtier tomorrow because the ridge of high pressure that is sitting over top of us will be at its strongest at its closest coming up tomorrow. also acting like a deflector shield. look at these clouds trying to get close to us. they're hitting this wall and having to go due south to north riding over the top of the ridge. there's no chance of rainfall when we have a pattern like this and we've had it all too often over the past couple years. ridge stays tomorrow. bad air quality. mild temperatures. some of you in the south bay will hit the 70s. then we see a little bit of a change coming up on thursday. the ridge moves a little bit. that's enough to change our ridge direction. on shore flow. the rain will stay to the north. we'll miss that. but much clean er air. if you're susceptible to asthma or have issues with breathing much better weather for you coming up on thursday as the winds will
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come in from the ocean. we miss out on the rainfall but we'll 64 out the pollution. as for rain, zero for the next seven days. temperatures will cool down with the wind direction change on thursday. nights will be chilly but not frosty. i don't see any frost or freeze advisories any time soon. san jose, 60s and low 70s for you tomorrow. morgan hill, gilroy, los gatos low 70s. fremont, 68. hazy sunshine in danville. bits -- pittsburg, 68. novato, 66. st. helena, 66 degrees. thursday, couple degrees cooler. we'll cool more over the weekend but only low 60s. next week the ridge comes back and so does the sunshine. dennis comes back in 2 minutes.
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the oval office, the baseball writers elected four players into cooperstown the votes are in and for the first time since dwight eisenhower was in the oval office, they elected four players to cooperstown. >> i don't want to die and at the end of the year people say there goes one of the best raiders ever. if you're going to give me props give them to me right now. >> pedro martinez was around
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today to receive his property. headlines the hall of fame class of 2014 along with john smolz smolzbiggio and randy johnson. >> the only time i ever envisioned anything when i was probably about 10 years old i was playing little league baseball. i grew up in the bay area. as a little league player they had -- you could walk on the field at the oakland coliseum, much like they had when i was pitching here. that's why i would step off the mound when i was at a ballpark, when they had little league day and i'd take those moments in because i was in those shoes with that little kid walking by. >> very well said. mike piazza short of the votes to get in. barry bonds got a few more votes
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but still well short of the magic number. kent received 14% in his second year on the ballot. giants pitcher tim hudson underwent surgery to remove bone spurs from his right ankle. he'll be sidelined for eight weeks. this is the same ankle he broke in 2013. the team expects the 39-year-old hudson to still be ready by opening day. nba. warriors blew out the thunder last night to improve to 27-5. while scoring has never been their problem the defense is the biggest reason golden state is the best team in the nba. they held okc to 31% shooting and for the season are holding opponents to a league best 42% shooting. >> as a fan it's easy and even for me it's easy to fall in love with the offense. all i watch is sports center, the defensive suf. you watch it for the highlight dunks the steph curry dribbling expositions, his passing. so yeah, i think it's easy to look at it.
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>> they're doing this without the injured andrew bogut. the raiders' searching coach continues with a seventh interview scheduled for tomorrow. although davis and mckenzie are very familiar with this next candidate. >> all i want to do right now is be the head coach of the raiders. so how badly? very, very bad ly. >> i think people like this guy. tony spur -- sparano will have his former interview. he's got the full support of the locker room to have that interim tag removed. new jersey governor chris christie may be jerry jones' and the cowboys' good luck charm but they're not the only team with star power on their side. jim harbaugh spent saturday night on the baltimore sideline watching his brothers' ravens beat the steelers. >> are you going to try to convince him to come up to new england? >> it was great. i don't know if he had a recruiting weekend or what this weekend but i said
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that's probably pretty good recruiting. you tell those guys you want to play in the national football league, come to michigan. that's the recruiting pitch. [ laughter ] >> harbaugh and the ravens will head to foxborough this saturday to take on the patriots. today baltimore's run blocking scheme was the topic of discussion with new england head coach and part-time comedian bill belichick. >> hope catholic. >> we love playing the laugh track of belichick. any time he smiles it's a big deal. they've played the ravens four times in the last six years. ravens are 2-1 in those playoffs. that's no laughing matter. >> i'm not laughing. we'll see you tonight at 11:00.
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how y'all doing? all right, now. how's everybody? i appreciate you, now. thank you very much. yeah, i do. i appreciate it, everybody. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. i got a good one for you today. i got a family here returning for their second day already with a total of $20,000. from grady, alabama, it's the dicks family! [cheering and applause] and from charleston, south carolina, the home of shrimp and grits, it's the ferguson family! [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new,
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fuel-efficient ford fusion hybrid right there. let's play "feud"! give me amy! give me ismailia! ["family feud" theme playing] ladies, top 8 answers on the board. we asked 100 single women--name something you bring to bed after you've been dumped. ismailia? >> box of tissues. steve: box of tissues. amy? >> a glass of wine. steve: a glass of wine. pass or play? >> we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. all right, miss fredia, let's play. we talked to 100 single women--name something you bring to bed after you've been dumped. >> chocolate. steve: chocolate. >> good answer, good answer. >> yeah! steve: hey, karen, tal


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