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and i'm frank mallicoat igators in san ber good morning, everyone. it's friday, december 4. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:00. investigators in san bernardino are trying to establish a firm motive in wednesday's mass shooting. they also would like to know how the suspects got the weapons that killed 14 people. chris martinez reports from san bernardino. >> reporter: this morning the focus continues to be on finding a mtaive. as thousands gathered at a vigil last night to remember the victims killed in san
bernardino, the focus turns to what motivated syed rizwan farook and his wife, tashfeen malik, to execute mass murder. >> we are in so much shock. >> reporter: sarah and her husband were related to the suspects who died in a shootout with police. in an exclusive interview with "cbs this morning," they expressed shock and disbelief. >> i can never imagine my brother or my sister-in-law doing something like this because they were happily married, they had a beautiful 6- month-old daughter. >> reporter: investigators say farook traveled to saudi arabia and pakistan last year and returned with malik who came to the u.s. on a fiancee visa. while the couple was not on any terror watch list, law enforcement sources tell cbs news farook had been in contact with people both in the u.s. and overseas with possible ties to terrorism. >> what it adds up to me was this was a guy who probably radicalized by either isis or al qaeda. >> reporter: officials recovered thousands of bullets and more than a dozen pipe bombs inside the couple's home.
cbs news has learned those devices remained from christmas tree lights and radio controlled toys. >> clearly they were equipped and could have continued to do another attack. we intercepted them before that happened. authorities know who that person, that man is, who legally purchased those guns. but did he purchase them or were they stolen and then used in these killings? >> thank you, chris martinez. as chris said, last night there was an emotional tribute at a minor league baseball stadium in san bernardino. last night, there was a tribute at a minor league baseball stadium in san bernadino for the 14 dead and
21 injured. some of syed farook's coworkers at the department of public health broke down. >> it's scary. i mean, we were in the building directly behind on the other side and it was scaring knowing it was so close to home and knowing that we have, um, people that were inside of there. >> i happened to have also been part of a workplace shooting in the mid-'90s in richmond, california, so i think i was prepared, um, on one hand to lead us through this. on the other hand, it affected me greatly. >> he said he sheltered in place in a hallway with some of his coworkers. we're also learning more about the shooting victims. 22-year-old jennifer stevens is the youngest. she survived the shooting and is being treated at the hospital. her mother described the moment when she got the call no parent ever wants to get. >> mommy, i have been shot. took the phone from her. i only knew until four hours later texted me, i'm okay. >> again, in total, 14 people were killed and 21 others wounded. gun control bills are going nowhere in washington. dianne feinstein's bill was blocked. it would have banned gun sales
to people on the government's "no fly" list. the senate also narrowly rejected a bipartisan measure to tighten background checks. stay with kpix 5 and cbssf.com for continuing coverage of the san bernardino massacre. let's take a live look at the bay bridge. we are expecting a little more sunshine today. a lot fewer clouds this morning. very different than the mess that was our thursday. we finally got much-needed soak in parts of the bay area yesterday. and this is what it looked like in san francisco financial district. i got stuck with no umbrella. got a little wet coming back from starbucks. umbrellas were out in walnut creek yesterday afternoon, too. but all the rain is exactly what we needed after four years of drought. we'll have to deal with it. >> i had four [ indiscernible ] >> that's what they call it in hollywood. your personal umbrella holder.
>> huh? >> i'm so glad you explained that. >> the key operative word there was soaking. we had soaking rains yesterday and that's so beneficial because it's priming our ground in advance of the heavier el nino rains. hi,everybody. hi-def doppler radar is live, and we are still picking up that wraparound moisture. lingering showers and check that out. all that activity is pretty much north of the golden gate bridge. otherwise, right now, mostly cloudy skies right there at the bay bridge. 50 san francisco. later partly cloudy 50s and low 60s. weekend forecast at 18 minutes after the hour. >> roberta, we're watching this overturn accident on vallejo city streets columbus parkway at admiral callahan. major injury accident with a car on its roof. no lanes of the freeway are closed but this may impact some of the traffic as you exit off of columbus park bay. you may see some delays just as
you exit the freeway. certainly very slow for west 37 leaving vallejo bound for the novato area. and an accident in richmond west 80 at richmond parkway. it's off to the shoulder but it is causing a backup now just about to the highway 4 interchange. meantime, for the dublin commute we have better news. that earlier accident west 580 at hopyard has been cleared from lanes. i'll have more "kcbs traffic" in less than 10 minutes. crab season should be in full swing in northern california but now the season is in jeopardy. kpix 5 reporter lisa chan is live at san francisco's fisherman's wharf with the latest on the crab concerns. liza. >> reporter: good morning. well, the crab pots here at fisherman's wharf and throughout california remain dry and unused ever since the crab season was put on hold last month. yesterday lawmakers scientists and crabbers met to talk about the continued closure of the dungeness and rock crab fishing seasons. the commercial fishery brings in 60 to $95 million a year. but it was closed after health
officials found toxic levels of domoic acid in the crab. now, this can cause seizures, coma and even death when consumed by animals or humans. at phil's fish market the live crab have been brought in from canada. and customers are asking a lot of questions. >> we have been damaged. it's important for us to understand whether this is an anomaly or whether it's a trend we need to deal with in our business planning of the future. >> reporter: the situation is so bad, some say the governor may need to request disaster aid. recent crab samples show the situation is improving in half moon bay, san francisco and morro bay. but samples in monterey and northern california like fort bragg and bodega bay still show high levels of domoic acid. the biggest fear at yesterday's meeting was that the crash fishery might not open. with the loss of thanksgiving
sales, this could be a devastating year for fishermen. lisa chan, kpix 5. a warning is out this morning for monterey county beach-goers. stay out of the water! county health officials say there is high amounts of bacteria found in ocean water samples that were taken on monday. the advisory is extended through the weekend. officials say the bacteria, viruses and chemicals found in the water will make you sick. a lot of criticism for the police department in san francisco after a police shooting was caught on camera. we'll hear from the dead man's mother and show you the video next. >> a "hail mary" all the way from the history books. why this winning pass from aaron rodgers was so special to the packers receiver. it's all coming up. >> it is no longer "friday light" at the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are on and traffic is stacked up leaving the macarthur maze. we'll have details and a new accident in richmond, delays in vallejo. "kcbs traffic" up next. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. the suspected car thief who police on a chase th good morning. it is live, it's our weather camera looking out toward levi's stadium. 65 days until super bowl 50 and our factoid for the day today? no nfl team has ever played the super bowl on its own home field. our home field will be utilized tomorrow with pac-12 championship action. we have those details for the weather coming up. the suspected car thief who led police on a chase that ended in a san jose toys 'r us store appeared before a judge. 21-year-old matthew paz was arraigned yesterday on charges including assault with a deadly weapon. police say they opened fire on him when he rammed into a patrol car. he then allegedly ran into a toys 'r us store and tried to disguise himself as an employee. but police were able to arrest
him there. he is due back in court next month. more than 100 people took to the streets of san francisco's bayview last night. they were upset about a deadly police shooting a day earlier. anne makovec after police headquarters where the chief is standing by his officers. >> reporter: the police department continues to defend itself as the criticism about this officer-involved shooting grows louder. this was a protest and vigil last night in the bayview neighborhood. hundreds of people gathered in the spot where police shot and killed 26-year-old mario woods as he was wielding a kitchen knife accused of stabbing a person earlier in the day. it was caught on camera by several witnesses with cell phones. police say they first fired beanbags and pepper spray and then had to use lethal force. >> he was cowering, you know? he was cowering. not like a thing as a mother --
god, i should have been there. i should have been there. [ pause ] [ crying ] >> couldn't do that. [ pause ] >> how scared he must have been. >> reporter: the police chief says the shooting was warranted that woods refused orders to drop his knife and advanced toward officers. you can't see that part in the cell phone video. this is all reigniting the debate over tasers as well right now. the sfpd not allowed to carry tasers that may have given them one more option. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. an off-duty san francisco sheriff's deputy jumped into action helping police at chicago's midway airport take down an unruly passenger on wednesday night. a witness says the passenger had just hit a southwest airlines employee and that's when the off-duty deputy tackled the passenger and held him until police arrived. the lights that lit the ferry building marking the
centennial of the pan-pacific international expo are coming down. today this is a live look at the ferry building. back in march it was lit up with a number 1915 like it was 100 years ago when san francisco hosted the world's fair. the lights will be removed at 4:15 to mark the closing of the fair. we'll miss them. people in oakland will be getting into the holiday spirit tonight. the annual letters to santa party starts at 5:00. that's at jack london square followed by the christmas tree lighting at 7:00. and in santa clara, there's a special christmas tree lighting event to celebrate super bowl 50. that will start at 5:00 at central park. so both starting to get in the spirit. >> yes. that's right. super bowl spirit and the holiday spirit. >> yessiree. >> 65 days until the super bowl. >> unbelievable. >> how many shopping days? >> until christmas? 22. >> that's frank. [ laughter ] >> i'm done. [ laughter ] >> you're done. >> i'm done. >> liza, you and i will go shopping later. >> i am at zero, too. good morning, guys. hi there, everybody.
we are going to talk about this friday commute. this is 85 in the northbound direction. it would be the headlights where it is getting a little busier out there but fortunately no major delays through this stretch of highway 85 in the sillicon valley. do keep in mind we are now getting reports of an accident which just cropped up in the northbound direction of 280 approaching wolf. so this is near the cupertino area. an accident in the clearing stages and right now, two lanes of traffic are shut down. it doesn't look like it is delaying too much traffic heading northbound 280. just keep in mind an accident on vallejo city streets may slow down some traffic westbound 80 exiting off at columbus parkway. the accident on columbus parkway approaching admiral callahan involving an overturned car, emergency crews are with it now. so it will be slow on vallejo city streets. it is certainly very heavy already leaving vallejo westbound highway 37 bound for novato. that's a look at "kcbs
traffic." here's roberta. so frank said he had 22 shopping days to buy you a present, liza? >> i'm going to be late. i find if you shop on the 26th you get great deals. >> that's why. >> go ahead and buy somebody a new umbrella. we have lingering showers this morning according to our live hi-def doppler radar. look at that. that's some bona fide moderate rainfall moving into the cobb area in a matter of minutes here also hidden valley lake back into the higher elevations the of venado that usually gets the most rain in the bay area due to altitude. showers north of the golden gate bridge for the morning hours. otherwise we have partly cloudy skies right here in san francisco. east of the bay bridge we have the flag on the fly a southerly wind. we'll be rotating west and calming down to 5 miles per hour. a few showers early, then seasonal highs under partly cloudy skies. we have rain in the forecast for sunday. first off satellite-radar,
here's the bands of the wraparound moisture behind the passage of yesterday's cold front that dumped .75" of rain in san rafael. this is out of here. now in its wake we have another area of low pressure that's queuing up and it wants to brush the north bay pretty much on sunday. i'll put a chance of rain in the forecast for all other areas south of the golden gate bridge. today we'll have 50s and 60s. here's your extended forecast. dry saturday, wet sunday and wednesday. make it a great day. how many days before the super bowl, roberta? >> 65. >> 65. you are correct! well, we now know who is playing at the halftime show. >> yes, we do. coldplay was named headliner for super bowl 50. the announcement came last night during the packers-lions game on kpix 5. other halftime acts will be announced at a later date. super bowl 50 airs right here on kpix 5 on february 7. and a saddened for a bay area rock star. we have the latest on the death
of a former stone temple pilot lead singer. coming up. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, giants star hunter pence asks for a new contract. just not the kind you might be thinking about. >> and the play of the year in the nfl from one former cal player to another. have you seen it? if not, we have it coming up. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and feature your school on the show. ,,,,,,,,
they had one last chance. >> can the receivers get far enough down the field? rodgers in trouble. it's going to get there. he turned 32 yesterday . in the end zone! it is caught for the win! >> caught by another former cal star, richard rodgers from aaron rodgers. hinted that! the packers stun the lyons 27- 23 to improve to 8-4, how about that! and the stunner in los angeles last night. where ucla who came in with a 4- 3 record shocked top-ranked kentucky 87-77. nobody gave the bruins a chance to win that game. and they did! sorry, ladies. giants outfielder hunter pence is no longer a free agent. >> alexis -- [ screaming and crying ] >> oh, my god, yes! >> --will you marry me? [ laughter ] >> alexis said yes even before
pence could get the words out of his mouth. hunter pence drops the question at disneyworld and alexis says yes. one more quick note. twitter abuzz last night on multiple reports that has 49er -- on multiple reports that have 49er team president paraag marathe dismissed or reassigned from his job with the 49ers.so the shake-up has begun. we'll have more of that tonight at 6:00. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. >> how about a wedding gift idea? a razor for hunter pence? god, shave that beard! >> play of the day, zero time on the clock, chucks up the "hail mary" on the other end another cal product richard rodgers reels it in; rodgers to rodgers, that's your ballgame. richard's dad knows a think or two about incredible finishes. i think you remember this. watch. [ screaming ]
i think we all remember thi 18 - 33 is still loose... the bears have wont bears have won!! er 20th, 1982, rodger senior played at key role ie >> they get it to rodgers, to the 30, down to the 20, the fans are out on the field! he is going into the end zone! he is going into the end zone! [ screaming ] >> joe starkey is still bringing it at call. i love joe starkey, november 20, '82, rogers senior played in a wild ending. he took two of the five laterals for cal for that unbelievable win now known as "the play," the big win over stanford. i was in the stands loving every bit of it. so that is your play of the day and your throwback play of the day. we got a two-for-one on a friday. >> yeah. awesome. 6:25 right now. coming up, a warning for new parents. what safety experts are learning about crib bumpers. >> reporter: we're learning more about the suspects in a deadly california mass shooting
bernardino massacre... what family of the shooters are saying about the searching for a motive in the san bernardino massacre. what the family of the shooters are saying about that rampage. >> what fishermen are asking of the governor to salvage the crab season. >> we have rain for the weekend and i'll tell you which day to expect it. >> and chp is working on an accident in cupertino. 280 southbound, approaching wolf. i'll have details. good morning, it's friday, december 4. i'm frank mallicoat.
>> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. investigators looking into wednesday's mass shooting in san bernardino want to know the motive and how did the suspects get their firearms? chris martinez in san bernardino with what investigators are saying so far, chris. >> reporter: that is again the focus today answering the question, why? finding the motive here. was this a case of workplace violence? was it terrorism or a mix of both? as thousands gathered at a candlelight and prayer vigil last night to remember the victims killed in san bernardino, the focus turns to what motivated syed rizwan farook and his wife tashfeen malik to execute mass murder. >> we are in so much shock. >> reporter: sarah and her husband were related to the suspects who died in a shootout with police. in an exclusive interview with "cbs this morning," they expressed shock and disbelief. >> i can never imagine my brother or my sister-in-law doing something like this because they were happily married, they had a beautiful 6- month-old daughter. >> reporter: investigators say
farook traveled to saudi arabia and pakistan last year and returned with malik who came to the u.s. on a fiancee visa. while the couple was not on any terror watch list, law enforcement sources tell cbs news farook had been in contact with people both in the u.s. and overseas with possible ties to terrorism. >> what it adds up to me was this was a guy who probably radicalized by either isis or al qaeda. >> reporter: officials recovered thousands of bullets and more than a dozen pipe bombs inside the couple's home. cbs news has learned those devices remained from christmas -- were made from christmas tree lights and radio controlled toys. >> clearly they were equipped and could have continued to do another attack. we intercepted them before that happened. >> reporter: authorities are now searching for the person they say legally bought two military-style rifles used in the massacre. we believe officials know who that person is, although they
have not released his name to us timm. and the question also is, did he perhaps buy these weapons for the shooters or those guns were stolen at some point and used in the killings? >> chris, do investigators know where the suspects learned to use firearms and make explosives? >> reporter: they don't. but there is some indication some sources say that perhaps they were trained in the use of firearms and explosives. they don't know where, though, or when. they are also taking a very close look at those pipe bombs that they found in the suspects's home. 14 of them under construction or 12 of them, rather, unconstruction, four already put together. and they -- under construction, four already put together. they closely resemble a bomb on an online magazine put out by al qaeda and that magazine shows you how to make them. they are wondering if that could be the source of where they learned to make the bombs. >> thank you, chris. last night, there was a tribute at a minor league
baseball stadium in san bernardino where some of syed farook's coworkers broke down. >> it's scary. i mean, we were in the building directly behind on the other side and it was scaring knowing it was so close to home and knowing that we have, um, people that were inside of there. >> i happened to have also been part of a workplace shooting in the mid-'90s in richmond, california, so i think i was prepared, um, on one hand to lead us through this. on the other hand, it affected me greatly. >> he said he sheltered in place in a hallway with some of his coworkers. we're also learning more about the shooting victims. 22-year-old jennifer stevens is the youngest. she survived the shooting and is being treated at the hospital. her mother described the moment when she got the call no parent ever wants to get. >> mommy, i have been shot. took the phone from her. i only knew until four hours later texted me, i'm okay. >> again, in total, 14 people were killed and 21 others wounded.
perhaps no one has been more affected than those who didn't run from the danger but ran towards it. at a press conference last night, one of the first san bernardino police officers on the scene described what he saw. >> an anive shooter we talk about sensory overload, they try to throw everything at to you prepare you for dealing with that. what you're seeing, what you're hearing, what you're smelling, um, and it was all of that and more. >> officer madden is a san bernardino native and has been with the police force there for some 24 years. and stay with kpix 5 and cbssf.com for continuing coverage. let's take a live look outside at the bay bridge. we're going to have -- >> oh!! >> it's a beautiful shot. >> beautiful. great friday. >> unlike yesterday, of course cell phone video. >> friday delight! >> a very different picture in
cupertino yesterday afternoon. take a look at this. wet and rainy conditions made for slick roads, but it was much-needed. all of us are saying, bring it on. >> raise your hand if you had a good day yesterday. >> you did. >> splashing in the rain. >> when the stars walk the red carpet in hollywood going into their awards ceremony and it's raining they have their own puh, their personal umbrella holder. i had a few yesterday when i was out and about. from our creative services department, the fine creative minds behind everything that goes on here at kpix 5. [ laughter ] >> look at that. >> i know, i was in my glory. >> that's more of an entourage. >> we were having -- >> you could see the rain if you look carefully. it was raining sideways at the marina green where we saw almost half inch in 24 hours. we have lingering showers north of the golden gate bridge. right now we have some pretty moderate rainfall being detected by our live hi-def doppler radar. and this is the area that was burned-out by the "valley fire" a couple of months ago so we
have possibly some very muddy conditions there. it's nice soaking rain in advancement of heavy rains we are anticipating from el nino. it's currently raining in venado where yesterday we saw 1.5" of precipitation 12 miles west of healdsburg. there's the skyline of san francisco. currently 50 degrees. later today partly cloudy skies near 60 just about everywhere. the weekend forecast is coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. >> and we have backups now at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's rush hour and it's no longer "friday light." i'll show you those pictures in just a minute. first, the san jose commute as it rolls along 85 in the northbound direction. you can see lit up now with northbound headlights no major delays as of yet. a lot of folks making that commute northbound 85 near camden avenue. you can see the other side of the freeway, no big delays at all for that southbound direction. meantime, over at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights are on.
and traffic is backed up into the macarthur maze. earlier accidents cleared from i-80 in richmond and from 280 in cupertino. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to frank. 6:37 your time. angry protestors out on the streets of san francisco's bayview last night. they were all reacting to a police shooting that killed a imagine. anne makovec at police headquarters where the chief is standing by his officers despite a community uproar. anne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the police department continues to defend itself against this criticism as it only grows louder. this is video from a protest and vigil last night in the bayview neighborhood. hundreds of people gathering in the spot where police shot and killed 26-year-old mario woods as he was wielding a kitchen knife accused of stabbing a person earlier in the day. it was all caught on camera by witnesses with cell phones. police say they first fired
beanbags and pepper spray and then used lethal force. >> this man was not doing anything that, that, that, um, really warranted any kind of, like, murder. >> it's very clear that the officers used all the tools available to them. >> reporter: that's the police chief, who says the shooting was justified that was refused orders to drop his knife and advanced toward officers, but that part isn't know visible in this particular cell phone video. and earlier this week the police commission just approved new protocol for the sfpd wearing body cameras. they are not wearing them yet but they will at some point next year likely next summer which will give more perspective of incidents like this. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. bay area-born musician scott weiland has died. the grammy winning artist was best known as the front man for the rock band, stone temple pilot and velvet revolver. he was found dead on his tour
bus in minnesota last night. he had a long history of drug abuse but it's unclear how he died. he was born in san jose and was scheduled to play in napa this month. he was 48 years old. it is 6:39. salvaging the crab season. what's the latest word for fisherren ? >> republicans court, the jewish vote. the comments that could have worked against them. >> and it's friday, the last day of the trading week. let's check the market. see how we're doing. tough day yesterday. but out of the gate, it's in positive territory. we got kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks coming up to talk more coming up. ,, ,,
degrees. as we swing around to the eastern portion of the bay area, a west breeze will be gentle at 5 miles per hour. partly cloudy in the 50s from concord to clayton into walnut creek. partly cloudy, gentle breeze, 50s and low 60s. new this morning, this was the scene of a deadly firebomb attack in egypt. two men threw a molotov cocktail after being denied end trans. 11 men and five women died in the attack. the nightclub was in the basements of a restaurants with no way out. a cafe turned crime scene is opening its doors once again this morning in paris. it was one of the targets in the paris attacks back in november. islamic extremists killed five people at the caf the night of the rampage. all month flowers lined the cafe. they are open for business as
the city resumes normal life. following campaign 2016, republican candidates tried to relate to the jewish crowd yesterday. some came close to taboo topics that are controversial. donald trump had this comment. >> i really believe the iran deal, look, i'm a negotiator like your folks. is there anyone that doesn't renegotiate deals in this room? >> despite that, he has his biggest lead yet with 36%. ted cruz is far behind in second place with 16. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> gayle king has more from new york. good morning, gayle. >> reporter: hey, frank and michelle. we have a presidential candidate in the studio today. any guesses? >> uhm -- >> well? >> okay. >> mr. bush? >> i'll tell you in a second. >> okay. >> reporter: i'll tell you what's coming up. we are learning about the victims of the san bernardino
shooting from their friends and families. plus, we'll talk about a cia insider michael murrell why i thinks the shooter was radicalized. more with president obama. and the republican presidential candidate, marco rubio. >> from florida. >> reporter: marco rubio, very good. he is here in studio 57. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. and you both passed. we'll see you in a couple minutes. >> we get a goldstar. all right. gayle, thanks so much. have a great weekend. time now 6:45. november was another good jobs month. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: a gold star for the labor market in november. labor says a gain of 211,000 jobs, that was a little stronger than expected. we also saw upward revisions to
the prior two months so they were even better. the jobless rate staying steady at 5% and that occurred as more people were looking for work. so that's encouraging. wage growth up only slightly. it's still flat over the past year. but this report is strong enough where most analysts think it will be the last piece of key evidence needed by the fed to believe the economy is on the right track and raise interest rates come two weeks from now when it meets. san francisco-based gap continues to struck. november was an awful month for the company and its brand. saw sales tumble across all three including a 19% plunge by banana republic. the flagship chain was down and perhaps surprisingly, old navy fell by 9% while banana republic and gap have been struggling. old navy has been a consistent positive over the past year. so it's a concern for the company and investors that gap struggled so much needs a big rebound in december. gap shares are down a little
bit in the early going. and despite the likelihood of a fed rate hike in two weeks the market is up higher on the jobs news this morning. let's look at the big board. the dow up by 170. nasdaq gaining 46. s&p up by 20. nice rebound after the market sold off the past two sessions. frank and michelle, back to you. >> much better. jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. 6:47. how about a check of traffic on a "friday light" day? >> it's "friday light" for many areas. good morning, frank and michelle. hi there, everybody. we are going to start off with 85 in san jose. we have some sluggish traffic just in the northbound direction of 85 approaching and passing camden. be prepared for those delays this being the usual backups for this particular commute. you look on the right side of your screen, southbound 85 just breezing through there with no major delays. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, it was "friday light" until they switched on the metering lights around 5:30 this morning. so be prepared for backups at the bay bridge extending to
about the foot of the maze. i-80 will be slow now through berkeley and emeryville. those are the two commutes really with the heaviest traffic. if you plan to make the 880 drive right here, that's still looking okay with a brief northbound delay approaching and passing high street. heading for the san mateo bridge looks like we now have a backup in that westbound direction. chp reports no accidents for this stretch westbound traffic will be slow now from end to end heading across the san mateo bridge. and if you are lucky enough to head up to the snow today, remember to pack the chains. there are chain restrictions an all sierra highways. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. yeah, thanks, liza. we're queuing it up here and calling on our weather watchers. it's been slow going here this morning. we'll start off with kathy munch reporting in this morning. let's take a look. oh, boy. look at these temperatures right now. let's check that one out right there. 46 degrees, that would be kathy
munch in sebastopol reporting clear skies. we are reporting -- we love ya! heading out the door this morning, let's take a look at our live hi-def doppler radar. we do have lingering showers. this is the wraparound moisture and it's pretty moderate rain right now around hidden valley lake, clearlake you're hearing the raindrops on your rooftops and i wanted to zero in on this. in healdsburg right outside powell avenue you have some moderate to heavy rain towards highway 101 to the old redwood highway so you need your umbrellas if you are in the north bay this morning with lingering activity. otherwise, we have temperatures in the 40s and 50s. anywhere from clear to partly cloudy skies. it will remain partly cloudy throughout the day today. a gentle west wind at 5 miles per hour. near seasonal high temperatures just about both sides of 60 degrees. okay, the frontal system is out of here. we just have some waves, some bands of lingering rain showers. with this area of low pressure after dumping over 1.5" of rain
in the venado area and .11" in san jose, with nice soaking rain. it's left in its way a lot of unsettled cool air mass. so today will be dry through saturday. then we have another area of low pressure upstream. it's a very active weather pattern right now but this next area of low pressure just wants to bang up against the pack pacific, skim the northern portion -- wants to bang up against the pacific northwest, skim the northern portion of the bay area. rain in the forecast. snow tapering off. here's the ski report: >> nothing like the views from the california side of heavenly. squaw valley boasts up to a foot of fresh powder. and 11 lifts available lots of fun skiing and boarding this weekend. >> yeah. >> 50s and 60s today for daytime highs. here's the extended forecast. i'm going to say rain is likely in the north bay during the morning hours on sunday. good chances of rain showers south of the golden gate bridge for your raiders sunday. and meanwhile another chance of rain showers on wednesday.
we have pac-12 championship game action stanford and usc on saturday, partly cloudy skies, low 60s. make it a great day. a meeting was held last night to discuss the fate of the california crab season. fishermen, scientists and politicians met in santa rosa last night to talk about what they all agree is an economic disaster. crab season extended delays with the possibility of cancellation. those affected are preparing for the worst. >> we are the people who fundamentally have been damaged and it's important for us to understand whether this is an anomaly or whether it's a trend that we need to deal with in our business planning of the future. >> state officials say they need crab in all areas of the state to test clean for at least two weeks in a row. the latest samples appear healthy in san francisco but not in monterey, bodega bay and fort bragg. police are looking for an oakland mother who ditched her daughter after allegedly shoplifting at target. police say rosalina medina brought her 11-year-old daughter and her infant to a daly city target last week.
when security guards stopped her for shoplifting, police say she took off with the baby and left her older daughter behind. child protective services has the girl. >> heartbroken because we have to deal with the aftermath and how do you deal with a child who is being raised that way to have them differentiate between what's right and wrong? >> officers believe medina may be hiding at a relative's house. a jump in infant deaths has doctors telling people not to use crib bumper. the number of deaths linked to that increased three times in the last seven years and now the american academy of pediatrics is advising parents against using the bumpers or other side bedding. currently there are no federal regulations that restrict their use. it is 6:52 on this friday. the latest on the san bernardino massacre and the massive vigil to remember the victims. >> police shooting caught on camera is spawning a lot of criticism this morning.
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that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ the time san bernardino sho syed f road in five things to know at the :55. investigators are looking into the time san bernardino shooter syed farook spent abroad in pakistan and saudi arabia. fbi has not yet declared the massacre as terrorism as a motive. it's unclear yet. following the mass shooting in san bernardino, democrats and republicans are divided on how to approach gun control. yesterday the senate voted against a bipartisan measure to expand background checks for gun purchases. and the suspect who took police on a wild chase that ended at a san jose toys 'r us store appeared in court yesterday. 21-year-old matthew paz was arraigned on charges including assault with a deadly weapon. he is due back in court next month. a warning this morning for
monterey beach-goers. stay out of the water. health officials say there's high bacteria found in samples taken monday. it may cause illness. the advisory goes through the weekend. coldplay will be playing the super bowl halftime in february. more performers are expected to be announced later. i'm anne makovec live in san francisco where criticism over a police shooting continues to grow louder. [ yelling ] >> that was a protest and vigil last night in the bayview where people gathered in the spot where police shot and killed mario woods as he was wielding a kitchen knife accused of stabbing a person earlier in the day. it was all caught on camera by witnesses with cell phones. police say they first fired beanbags and pepper spray and
then used lethal force. >> he was cowering, you know,est cowering. not like a thing as a mother -- god, i should have been there. i should have been there. [ crying ] >> couldn't do that. >> how scared he must have been. >> reporter: the police chief says the shooting was justified, that woods refused orders to drop the knife and advance towards officer but that's not visible in the cell phone video. this is also reigniting the debate over tasers right now. the sfpd is not allowed to carry them. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. all right. we have slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is backed up into the macarthur maze, no accident just heavy traffic. so the metering lights are on. once you're on the bridge it he have is, traffic looks okay heading across the span into san francisco. it's a 27-minute drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maze in oakland. heading for the richmond/san rafael bridge, we have backups
this morning at the toll plaza. and that stays heavy all the way across the bridge. if you look close you can see our yellow sensors along that westbound direction of 580. south 101 also slow leaving highway 37 in novato. that stays heavy approaching central san rafael. northbound 880 in the oakland area, just a pocket of slow traffic approaching high street. that's your "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. it's live! it's hi-def doppler radar, and look! we're still getting some of that backwash right there, it's in clearlake. we have more moderate rainfall over healdsburg. and i love this shot. can you see the marshmallows out there? that's what it looks like, right? that layer of low clouds hanging tight to the bay waters. temperatures 38 degrees with the clear skies in livermore. there you have the scene in san francisco at 50. it's 41 in san jose. numbers close to 60 today. 50s across the board all the way into the east bay, the north bay, as well. far reaches of the north bay temperatures 50s and 60s. dry skies on saturday. >> thank you for watching kpix
5 news this morning. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, december 4th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a massive arsenal of guns, pipe bombs, and bullets found inside the home of the san bernadino suspects. were they "inspired" by al qaeda? we asked the sister of syed farook if there were warning signs. senator marco rubio will be in studio 57 today. does he have a plan to prevent more senseless deaths? first, today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> we continue to exploit all the evidence possible. >> investigators