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this is apparel. >> reporter: meet keith bruce. he is the ceo of super bowl 50 see this host committee. >> watching, listening, learning, seeing things unfold around us is information we can take back for our planning for super bowl 50. >> reporter: tons of details going into planning a super bowl where a million extra visitors come to town for a week of events. here in downtown phoenix, the bay area team has been watching as they blocked off 12 city blocks to set up super bowl central, areas for fan experiences, and concerts. ♪[ music ]♪ >> reporter: and whatever you do, do not forget the house o whatever. >> everything was in construction mode. it's being built from the ground up and open to the public. that's valuable. >> will we see 12 blocks in san francisco? i know you can't give all the details but it's going to be something like that in the middle of san francisco? >> there will be a major area
that will be demarcated as our fan village. we don't have a major city compound like we have here where we're standing in phoenix but we'll have our nfl experience will be at the moscone center, the media center at moscone west and a fan village in san francisco. the details and location of which will be announced at the end of 1st quarter that will be our celebratory footprint and let's not forget this is 509th super bowl. this is the milestone ee -- this is the 50th super bowl. this is the milestone event. not taking anything away from super bowl xlix, super bowl 50 will be a little more golden, special and more interesting. >> reporter: the nfl just released the logo for super bowl 50. and there you see it. and i got to tell you, there's a lot of excitement here but a lot of work as they have a lot of planning to do, veronica, over the next few days. they will be watching everything from security to just exactly how they get people through all these long lines and how to make sure people have fun. but safe. >> all right.
joe vazquez there in phoenix. joe, always with a good assignment. kpix 5 is the official media partner for the super bowl 50 host committee and the tv home for super bowl 50. we'll be bringing you special reports throughout the coming year. we're monitoring some trouble on the evening commute tonight. a person was hit and killed on the caltrain tracks late this afternoon. it happened just south of the mountain view station. that victim is said to be an adult who was under the highway 237 overpass. emergency responders are on the scene. caltrain is warning of significant delays through the evening commute. in the past hour a car fire snarling traffic on the bay bridge heading into san francisco. we can see the smoke from our roof cam. we got word minutes ago that all lanes are now open again. but there is a residual backup. the smoke detectors didn't sound and the fire escapes did not work. harrowing stories from survivors of that massive fire
in san francisco's mission district last night. tonight, authorities are investigating the tenants' claims. this is what's left of that building at 22nd and mission. one person was killed in last night's fire. five people were injured, including a firefighter. 18 apartments were damaged. and 54 people are without a place to live. kpix 5's da lin joins us live. da, many of these people are now just scared for their future in san francisco. they have no where to go. >> reporter: they are, kent. i mean, they survived a fire. now they have the tough task of finding a new apartment which may be impossible because many of these tenants are low income and they speak little to no english. in fact, some of them were crying because they know the fire burned them out of san francisco. this woman stands and wipes her tears away. she has lost not only her home but likely her adopted hometown. she and her husband lived here
for two decades and paid $1,000 for a two-bedroom apartment. >> we have to wait for help. >> reporter: this couple lived here even longer. 40 years. rent control kept their one- bedroom apartment at $600 a month. >> how are you going to be able to afford another place? >> we don't know now -- i don't think about it. >> reporter: many if not all of the 54 tenants who lived on the third floor are low income. some are staying with relatives. the red cross offered motel vouchers to others like alessandro gonzalez and his family. >> i don't know where we're going to live. i really don't know. >> reporter: the 13-year-old grabbed his dog, broke a window and climbed on to a fire escape when thick smoke started to fill his home. a cell phone video shows him holding his dog coming down the ladder. the video didn't capture what happened on the second floor. alessandro dropped his dog into the hands of a good samaritan
below and he would be next. >> like, all right, just jump, just jump. and when i jumped, they actually caught me. so -- a cop caught me. >> reporter: the cop caught you? >> yes. >> reporter: as you're jumping down? >> no, they caught me like in the air. yeah. it was surprising. >> reporter: the fire forced them out of their homes. now high rents are forcing them out of the city. >> move out of san francisco. >> yes. >> reporter: that couple talked about moving to modesto. but even in modesto, $600 may not be able to get you a one- bedroom apartment. the city of san francisco is trying to help but at this point, ken, they don't have specific plans to help out these poor tenants. >> yeah. unlucky to have gone through that fire but lucky to have survived it. thank you, da lin. the building had nearly two dozen businesses on the first and second floors. all were badly damaged.
the business owners were allowed to go in today and get perishable goods from the inside. a possible case of ebola in northern california. doctors are testing a patient to see if he has the disease at a hospital in sacramento. we have a report from uc-davis medical center where this patient is being treated. >> reporter: that's right, veronica. all we're told today is that a patient with symptoms consistent with the ebola infection is still being tested for that infection here at uc- davis and a hospital spokesman says the hospital has everything under control. from a distance it looks to be business as usual at uc-davis medical. but up front, security is on guard wearing masks and inside, an ebola team is fitted with pressurized hazmat suits which we got our first glimpse of last year. patients visiting family inside the hospital received a flyer
saying a patient consistent with symptoms of ebola are being treated in isolation. >> it's the second ebola case. >> more people die of other things than ebola. even though ebola is not a good thing. >> reporter: a nurse and representative for the california nurses association says there is a team of volunteer nurses working on the patient following strict cal/osha standards. >> ebola guidance calls for rigorous training, education and the highest levels of personnel protective equipment. >> reporter: the hospital canceled a scheduled press conference without any explanation. earlier in the day, a spokesman emphasized, uc-davis is designated by the cdc as an ebola treatment center. that's why the patient was transferred to uc-davis from mercy general in east sacramento. and neither hospital is saying whether he or she recently traveled to west africa at the center of the worst ebola
epidemic on record. >> the focus of my -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the patient's test results should return tonight or at most in a couple of days and they say they won't be releasing any new information until then veronica. >> thank you. drunk driving suspect in oakland is in even more trouble after trying to ram his way out of a chp traffic stop. this is his chevy after the failed attempt. the man pulled off interstate 580 following a short chase. but instead of following the officer's orders to get out of his car, chp says he drove right into two cruisers. now he is behind bars. road rage turns to a shoot something. the driver who pulled the trigger goes free. but you know why the d.a. says it may not be over yet. >> dose' big floods still tying up emergency -- december's big floods still tying up emergency responders. why they are working to get back to normal more than a month later. >> if you woke up at lunchtime
in the south bay you missed the fun. visibility was low, dense fog in san jose this morning. then they got sunny nearly at 70 degrees. find out which one day may be a record-breaker for record highs. that's coming up. >> and thieves steal a man's artwork right off his fence. his message for the crooks and yes says
things can change. a road rage shooting case may go to trial after all. a doctor walked out of court earlier seemingly a free man. allen martin reports. >> reporter: this is a case where two 70-year-old men were in a road rage confrontation in marin. one driver followed the other driver to his house and he was
shot. after charges were tossed out the district attorney is trying to get a trial another way. it escalated from road rage to a shooting. >> i shot him in the chest. >> reporter: then the case seamed to come to a halt. >> speechless. i'm sorry. >> reporter: in court, at a preliminary hearing earlier this month, the judge ruled there wasn't enough evidence to charge 71-year-old dr. james simon with attempted voluntary manslaughter and assault with a gun. now district attorney is taking a second bite at the apple. he presented his case to a grand jury where the defense does not participate. and the grand jury has now indicted simon on the lesser charges of assault with a deadly weapon and negligent gundies charge. kpix 5 legal analyst melissa griffin-caen says it's an unusual move for a d.a. >> generally speaking, you would give it your best shot in one forum and then if it doesn't work you move on. you may be try to get a plea
deal. but to actively go for a charge to get indictments from two different venues under four different charges, it's actually not that common. >> reporter: attorneys for both sides aren't talking before tomorrow's arraignment of dr. simon on the new charges. but after the earlier charges were dropped, the d.a. was pretty clear about pursuing the case. >> i think it sends the wrong message to the community. i think that one of the things i have done since i have been d.a., i have been extremely sensitive to the issue of gun violence. and i don't want that in our community. and we have to have some community standards. >> reporter: melissa griffin- caen also points out, double jeopardy does not apply in this situation. dr. simon was never on trial. it was simply a preliminary hearing specifically to determine whether there's enough evidence to go to trial. the judge said no. but these are different charges, lesser charges, there will be a preliminary hearing on these charges sometime after tomorrow's arraignment. >> interesting case. >> it is. >> yeah. all right. keep us updated. thank you. a new effort tonight to get
drivers to slow down at a spot where a jogger was struck and killed in san jose. kpix 5's christian hartnett is there with the story. christian. >> reporter: we're here right by yerba buena road where we have been watching cars go by this evening and obviously on the downhill. a lot of them going fast probably faster than the 40 miles per hour speed limit. a lot of neighbors said they wanted something in place like this temporary sign to discourage speeding here for a long time. some of expressed doubt that it will fix the problem but the city says it's worth a shot. the sign was put up today. it's just days after 24-year- old kiran pabla was hit and killed after two cars crashed here on yerba buena road. the two men were accused of street racing driving more than 70 miles per hour at the time of the crash. and i said the speed limit here is 40 miles per hour. both men are facing felony vehicular manslaughter charges. the city wanted to get this temporary sign up as soon as
possible. there are plans to get a permanent one in this spot. that will happen in the next month. live in san jose, christian hartnett, kpix 5. south san francisco wants to be a destination spot. and it's planning a big makeover. the city council overwhelmingly approving a plan to dramatically transform the old downtown. it includes housing, shops, offices and just about anything to generate more economic activity. the project is expected to create about 2400 new jobs. the changes won't happen overnight. it's over 20 years. more entertainment on the way to san jose. and it's not just hockey fans getting excited. the sharks are about to have some company. kpix 5's len ramirez is live with who could also be taking the ice at the s.a.p. center. len? >> reporter: veronica, the puck drops here tonight at 7:00. the anaheim ducks are in town to take on the san jose sharks. you can see the fans are filing in. but if there's one thing that these fans and downtown san
jose merchants want, it's more hockey. and they are about to get it. >> go, sharks! >> reporter: when it's hockey night in san jose, the downtown comes to life. bars and restaurants like the farmers union fill up with fans and workers. >> anytime there's a sharks game it definitely helps everybody out. we staff up extra people. >> reporter: and soon there will be a lot more hockey. the sharks are moving their aaa minor league team from worcester, massachusetts, to san jose adding 30 home games to the s.a.p. center on top of the sharks schedule. >> more life on the streets, people walking around, using the restaurants and the like and we just want to add to that. >> reporter: the sharks say san jose has become one of the top hockey towns in the u.s. the sharks ice practice facility is the largest of its kind west of the mississippi supporting some of the largest adult and youth hockey programs anywhere. the sharks say their minor league games will be good for families with ticket prices in the ten to $103,030 range. >> we -- in the $10 to $30
range. >> we think it's a good family environment, with good experiences, fun and more than just about the hockey. >> i think it's pretty cool. more hockey to watch, that's always good. >> reporter: families who feel they have been priced out of pro hockey games are already planning to support the minor league sharks when they arrive. >> the cost of the tickets much more affordable. therefore, we would be attending
scenes like this one swollen rivers, flooded riverbanks, this was what the city of healdsburg had to contend with. just over a month ago. for the fire department the flood damage is ruining a tradition. kpix 5's don ford has that story. >> reporter: >> reporter: last december, healdsburg's fire department was busy helping people from their homes and saved pets. >> it was torrential downpour for several hours. >> reporter: but while they were helping everybody else, their home the fire station was flooded, too. >> we had several inches of water flowing through the station bringing in debris and who knows what is in that water. it was contaminated. >> reporter: carpet, flooring, and walls all being torn out.
black mold started to form. every office every bunk room empties. firefighters evacuated temporary construction pods their kitchen now in the garage. even with all the construction and disruption around here, firefighters being firefighters still have to be 100% operational, 100% of the time. >> 2951-b1. >> reporter: there's one thing even the fire department couldn't save. every year the community gets together here at the station secretary of up breakfast to celebrate valentine's day. >> no valentine's day breakfast this year. we'll hope for a really big one next year. >> reporter: the repairs won't be completed until march. in healdsburg, don ford, kpix 5. >> seems so long ago that we actually saw rain that would cause any kind of flood anywhere within a hundred miles of here. we'll get it again someday. >> i'm sure.
>> we have been counting. 37 days. christmas eve it's windy and wet. if i told you we wouldn't have rain until february, you would have laughed me out of the building. tonight, san francisco restaurant week going on this week. you can actually request the outdoor table for the last night tomorrow. we had 66 today. mid-60s again tomorrow. more 70s. saint helena. heelburg 72 and sunny tailed. concord and hayward 67. foggy this morning but no rain. the lift is not present in the bay area to bring us rain. air quality not great. but not bad tomorrow. we have to be unhealthy in order to have a "spare the air" day. tomorrow will not be one. moderate for most of the bay area if not all of the bay area. where is that low pressure where you get a lift in the
atmosphere? making the clouds, making the rainfall? right over the super bowl. look at that. rainfall maybe hitting two inches of rain in scottsdale. the desert is getting rainfall and for us, just a big ridge of high pressure. so we'll talk about where it's getting stronger and closer the next couple of days, highs in the mid-70s on saturday. record breakers possible on saturday. next week the ridge begins to move. it's going to be a process that will last about 7 days. by this time next week looks like the ridge will be far enough to the south that i think some of that rainfall to the north will make it into at least the north bay by next thursday and friday. and perhaps all of us get our first rain since christmas eve by the end of next week. but no time soon. concord tomorrow, 67 degrees. oakland 69. redwood city 65. we are going to finish january record setting dry with look at all that heat 74 inland. 70s on super bowl sunday, as well. next week a little cooler and cloudier. it will be beyond the seven-day forecast before we see rainfall. looks like the pattern will change toward mid-february. just in time for valentine's
day. >> i have been out of town and i woke up this morning, we have beautiful weather here. >> it is beautiful. but we need balance. we are out of balance and we need to have sunshine and the rain. >> artwork stolen. >> why the man says the thieves may not be bulldog: oh boy! mattress discounters presidents day sale! what's this? a queen size serta mattress and box spring set for just $397. mattress discounters has the largest selection of memory foam mattresses under one roof! comforpedic... icomfort... posturepedic hybrid... and wow! get up to four years interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection! [yawn] don't miss the presidents day sale. ♪ mattress discounters ♪
for two years now a berkeley has been posting artwork on the fence around his home. recently that artwork was stolen. as kpix 5's john ramos tells us, these pictures may not be worth much but to a berkeley community, the artwork was priceless. >> reporter: this is more than just a fence. >> it was my canvas to share. >> reporter: the berkeley artist used the fence to display some of his favorite works from his book, if i were
you. the multimedia poetry is part whimsy, part whit. >> if you were you i would invest in rainbows. they will always be worth something no matter who is in charge. >> reporter: the neighbors loved the display but somebody loved it too much because on new year days he found that every one of the 18 pieces had been stolen. >> you get this shock, you know. what? and it takes a moment to sink in. it's all gone? >> reporter: of course, gary was angry. but the panels had been removed so carefully that it dawned on him that the thieves must have really valued them. to which he has this response. >> let them sell the stuff now. let them go around and try and sell this stuff. they will learn. [ laughter ] >> not so easy. >> reporter: gary can laugh about it because he is dealing with more important matters. the parkinson's disease that is slowly robbing him of the use of his hands has always taught him the precious value of time and he won't waste any of it on anger but he that is to say to those who liked his work enough
to steal it. >> whoever you are, thank you very much. i appreciate your support of my work. [ laughter ] >> reporter: give it back. >> stop supporting it though. you can stop supporting it now. >> reporter: if there is art in how we live our lives gary is creating a masterpiece. in berkeley, john ramos, kpix 5. >> gary says he does plan to replace the stolen prints at some point and today, he enrolled in an art class at city college so he can use their printers to do it. >> not going to get down on that, that's for sure. coming up in the next half- hour, we are going to detail this gruesome discovery that was found on the street last night. what we're learning about a suitcase found with human body parts inside. >> i have never seen anything as disgraceful and outrageous and despicable as the last demonstration that just took place. >> senator john mccain fired
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now at 6:30, a gruesome discovery. body parts found in a suitcase on the street. police are just scratching the surface of this mystery. welcome back, i'm veronica de la cruz. >> i'm ken bastida. tonight this creepy tale is getting even more complicated. the "chronicle" is reporting that police found a leg and torso in that suitcase. but no head or hands to identify the victim. kpix 5's devin fehely with the few clues that investigators have. >> reporter: potentially critical piece of evidence. several cameras show a suitcase and body found in mission yesterday. police presumably are poring over that security camera footage to see if it will help them identify the person responsible for this grisly crime. >> a cut-up body in a suitcase.
>> reporter: police radio recordings -- give us a glimpse into the gruesome discovery a body cut up and stuffed into a suitcase and then apparently dumped outside the goodwill store at 11th and mission. >> all vehicle traffic, all pedestrian traffic, both sides of this street, no vehicles, no pedestrians, at all. >> reporter: police say that the remains are human but either can't or won't say who they belong to just yet. neighbors are understandably on edge. >> we have body parts in it. you know? i don't know, man. you got to be pretty sick to, um, do that. >> reporter: a spokesman for goodwill says the nonprofit turned over video from this security camera to the police who are now using it to track down a, quote, person of interest. investigators also searched dumpsters and trash cans for body parts that may have belonged to the victim. >> it was hard for me to sleep last night but i feel bad for whoever it was and the family of whoever it was. my heart goes out to them.
>> reporter: neighbors say they just want the police to find the person capable of committing such a grisly crime. >> i mean, it's really disturbing. it's really scary to live so close, i mean, you hear about that kind of stuff hang on tv. but to have it happen a block and a half from your house is really kind of freaky. >> reporter: in san francisco, devin fehely, kpix 5. a report on the sierra snowpack. what little snow there is, is simply drying up. reporter derek shore on the only hope left. >> reporter: today a snow survey crew with the department of the water resources reaffirmed what many up here already know. >> well, clearly, um, not good news. january basically had in many areas zero precip. >> reporter: surveyor frank gehrkeky announced the result of the survey just about 2" snow water equivalent compared to 1.5 the same time last year. he says the different is not
worth mentioning after a warm january, he says, snow evaporating and being sucked up by dry ground. >> we are seeing a loss of snowpack and as the sun climbs higher in the sky, we're going to see the snowpack go away quickly. >> reporter: the snowpack of course provides a third of the state's water. and obviously, crucial business. >> if we have two feet of snow tomorrow, that would be about perfect. obviously, that's not going to happen. so we just work with the crew and, you know, get through it as best we can. >> reporter: in the past, there have been some very wet marchs so obviously, that is what they are hoping for now that we get some snow later on in the season. >> that was derek shore there. chief meteorologist paul deanno now. paul, how long has it been since we have had a healthy snow survey? >> back to 2011. the last time that we had a january where we were above average in the snowpack. as mentioned in the package,
30% of of the water that we use in the state is snow. it originates as snow? the sierra. in the north sierra 25%. central 25%. south sierra, 27%. it is bad all throughout the state. and this has been a trend. last we are we were 10% of normal. two years 91% of normal and three years ago, 39% of normal. this likely will be the fourth consecutive year with a small snowpack in california. as for immediate prospects for precipitation, none. zero. we will go 0 for january not only here in the bay area, some parts of the sierra have not seen any snow since christmas eve. but there is a pattern change to talk about. that's good news. we'll talk about when that gets here coming up. protestors interrupting a hearing today on capitol hill were blasted by senator john mccain. [ yelling ] >> the arrest of henry kissinger for war crimes. >> vietnam from 1969 to 1973,
kissinger -- >> it happened at a senate hearing on global threats. protestors started yelling in the middle of the hearing targeting former secretary of state henry kissinger. senator john mccain came to his defense. >> get out of here, you low life scum! >> he went on to apologize to 91-year-old kissinger on behalf of his colleagues. kissinger was also defended by bay area resident and former secretary of state george schultz. an earnings letdown from google today. the company missed analyst predictions for the "5th quarter" in a row. experts say it's because google is dealing with more expenses and stiffer competition in the online ad market. even so, the stock is up more than 7 bucks in after-hours trading. visa on the other hand beat expectations thanks to a solid holiday shopping season in the united states. the world's largest credit and debit card company saw revenues and income rocket up last
quarter. the foster city company also announced a four for one stock split. the stock market sharply higher today after news that weekly unemployment claims dropped to a 15-year low. the dow jumped 225.5 points. nasdaq up 45. s&p up 19. sweet deal for a sonoma company. crave is being bought by hershey. the sale price has not been disclosed. crave started in 2009 makes specialize the jerky products. it is easy to see why it is appealing to the famous chocolate maker. crave netted more than $30 million in sales last year. forbes has it as its most promising company's list. still ahead, driver deaths are on the decline. but safety on the roads may depend on which car you drive. coming up in consumerwatch, the cars with the highest death rates and those with none. >> and hundreds responded to this bay area woman's call for
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late model cars and suvs are getting safer. julie watts on a new report that found driver deaths in some of those models have been reduced to 0. >> reporter: there will always be bad drivers and accidents but a study by the insurance institute for highway safety found the chances of a driver dying in a car crash actually fell by a third in the past few years. for the first time ever, there are car models which had no driver fatalities in a one year period. there are nine of them. they include the audi a4 four- wheel drive honda odyssey minivan and subaru legacy four- wheel drive the remaining six
are all suvs, which has high death rates historically. electronic stability control reduces the risk of rollovers. now, it's not all great news. the study also named the cars with the highest death rates. and they are the key carillo, the nissan versa and hyundai accent lower price small cars including the kia rio. but overall car safety is improving especially in midsize and large cars crediting airbags and stronger places with your sit. the report says improved technology has saved 7700 drivers' lives in 2012. >> amazing technology. >> these are all newer models. >> and certainly the safest cars at least for now tend to be the largest cars. >> big is king. >> managed to reduce the rollover accidents which used to be an issue with suvs. >> thank you. still ahead, you might just
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have you seen the latest issue of "newsweek"? the headline story is about sexism in silicon valley. but tonight, some of you are saying the cover is offensive. that and more on bay area nightbeat at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. she's back from' whirlwind trip to japan. a san francisco blogger scores a reservation at a famed restaurant but remember she was missing a plus one. >> that's right. that is until she put out a call for the perfect date.
david begnaud asked how did it go? >> reporter: stephanie robesky toasted to her 39th birthday on wednesday in tokyo. the intrepid foodie with the blog called nerd girl has traveled the world in search of unusual treats. she snagged a covet reservation at a pop-up for five weeks. based in copenhagen it's voted the world's best in 2014. we met her two weeks ago at san francisco. stephanie was narrowing down hundreds of potential dinner dates to one lucky guy. she met the final four for coffee. but one stood out. >> we got pretty deep in conversation and it wasn't superficial and it was -- it was just really nice. >> reporter: stephanie shared his picture with me but this bachelor prefers his privacy no cameras on the date. she did reveal she sent him a surprise package before flying off to the far east. >> it's a little -- i put the address in there, too,.
>> reporter: a friend secretly left it on his doorstep. would you call them daily flirtations? >> yes. >> reporter: it was on to the big meal. >> it was unbelievable. not the taste of the food. it's, like, the experience of the food? and looking at it and smelling it. >> reporter: the chef is famous for serving up exotic plates and the atmosphere? romantic. >> i felt like i was going to the prom. i actually was joking with the date in a i should go get him a boutonniere. at sometimes i was thinking like my companion was out shining the food. >> reporter: like a perfect food and wine pairing, stephanie found a man who shares her love of adventure. now she is planning to introduce some of the bachelor's who didn't suit her taste to her single friends. >> stephanie says that she is expecting a second date maybe a
third maybe more. in fact, the two are supposed to fly home separately but the mystery man paid for her to change her flight so they could travel back together to san francisco. aww. >> so glad none of my dates ever ended up on a blog. glad i missed that whole generation. here's what he every what we have going on in san francisco. restaurant weekend joy it tonight. weather will be fine to get outside. 57 in the city right now. oakland 64. overnight tonight 40s for you. livermore maybe a foggy start at the tri-valley. napa fog. san jose socked in this morning. you may see some fog tomorrow. 45. sunrise 7:15. the kids will get you up earlier than that. walnut creek spent the morning with the kindergartners at walnut acres elementary school. a good bunch of smart kids, had a great time. shoutout to walnut acres elementary school and the
kindergarten. 70 for a high. january no rainfall. it's pouring at the super bowl site glendale arizona getting the rain coming down in buckets. all those fans from seattle thought they left the rain? sunny and 55. it's raining. they brought the rain with them. for us, there's stuff to the north of us and under this ridge. but the ridge is right over top of us and it's acting like a bouncer saying no admittance for rainfall. another weekends in the 70s as the ridge will be at the peak strength saturday and sunday. next week there are some changes. it's a long drawn-out process. a lot slower than any of us would like but eventually this ridge will push down to the south which will allow something else finally to move in. a series of weak storms from the north and west. when that happens, we will get our first rain chance since christmas eve. not going to happen over the next seven days. but there is hope that two fridays from now, and two weekends from now, we may see
some rainfall. so watch out for that. but look at the rainfall. look at this. glendale, arizona, it is a super soaker for the next couple of days. they could see two to three inches of rain in the valley of the sun. and we cannot get a drop. tomorrow fog in the valleys. mild through the weekend record highs saturday. with the changes perhaps wet changes next week. highs tomorrow once again just blowing normal away by five to 10 degrees. sunnyvale 66. hayward 62. sunny and dry for the
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career all-star team. as a reserve for the western conference. >> nice. >> he joins steph curry as the first warrior teammates to make the all-star game since tim hardaway and chris mullen in 1993. >> it would be great for warriors to have multiple all stars. great to be out there and put the organization on the map on the global stage. it's cool. >> and it is. tiger woods can smile now that he has all his teeth in the gallery in phoenix. he was playing just a second tournament in six months and it showed. two bogeys, double bogey on the first four holes. that's how -- you don't make as much money as tiger. the short game went awol but still signs of his former self. second shot on 13 sets up an eagle. he finished 2-over 73. he will have a tough time making the cut nine strokes
behind the leader ryan palmer. tomas berdych lost to andy murray. murray not entertained. after dropping the first set the brit wins the next three in a match that lasted 3.5 murray. he advances to the australian open fines for the fourth time in his career. murray faces novak djokovic or last year's champ stan save rinca. one thing you won't car is marshawn lynch speaking with the media for more than five minutes. that's the required time mandated by the nfl. >> i done talked all of my requirements are fulfilled. so now for this next three minutes, i'll just be looking at y'all the way that y'all looking at me. >> the only question lynch answered today was when a reporter asked him where to buy his beast mo gear. other than that he let the reporters know where they stand in his world.
>> y'all could go and make up whatever y'all want to make up because i don't say enough for y'all to go put anything out on me. but i'll come to y'all event, y'all show up cameras, and microphones down my throat, but when i'm at home in my environment, i don't see y'all. ha ha. but y'all mad at me. and y'all ain't mad at me then what y'all here for is it. katy perry will be at halftime on sunday. she will headline the halftime show but she took a page out of lynch's press conference playbook earlier today. >> you're a single girl. is there somebody you have your eye on this weekend? >> i'm just here so i don't get fined. [ laughter ] >> i just did an exclusive with marshawn. i can hook you up. >> i'm just here so i don't get fined. steve kerr is a huge fan of
pete carroll. after visiting during seattle's training camp, his pick for sunday won't be very popular with 49ers fans. >> seahawks, is that what you're saying? >> am i allowed to say that in the bay area? people hate the seahawks. i'll pulling for pete carroll and marshawn lynn. >> the oakland boy. [ laughter ] >> steve kerr didn't just visit seattle's camp. he did his due diligence in finding out what a good coach is and what the qualities pete carroll has that makes him a good coach. >> the whole marshawn lynch is a diversion to take away any pressure in the seahawks. he is owning it all so nobody else has to mess with it. >> genius opinion. >> that's a pete carroll thing. you watch that. >> maybe. we this is the "name your price" tool. it gives you options based on your budget -- it's a piece of cake. i was told there would be cake. get a free quote at progressive.com.
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give me monica, give me bailey. ["family feud" theme playing] [chuckling] top 6 answers on the board. here we go. we asked 100 men name something you'd rather do with your dog than your wife. monica. >> bathe it. steve: bathe it. bailey? >> go for a walk. steve: go for a walk. pass or play? >> we want to play! steve: all right, they're going to play. audience: [cheering] steve: mandi, let's play. we asked 100 men name something you'd rather do with your dog than your wife. >> sleep in the bed. >> good answer! steve: sleep in the bed. what do your wife look like? [mandi laughing]