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good morning, everyone. taking a live look out at the bay bridge toll plaza, "friday light," right? >> "friday light" and no rain. >> or 5 a.m. it could just be that. >> could be that. >> it is friday, it's january 8th. i'm michelle griego. >> we love our friday. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:00. today in san jose, senior u.s. official also step up efforts to get tech companies on board to thwart terror. the national security team will meet with sillicon valley ceos. kiet do is in san jose to tell us who will be at those talks and what they are going to talk about, as well. good morning, kiet. reporter: yes, good morning. many of the biggest names in national security will be here in downtown san jose in just a couple of hours. we are talking about the head of the fbi, the nsa and also the attorney general. we're also hearing that apple's ceo tim cook will be here, as well. first up on the agenda, the feds will be briefing the tech executives on how terrorists are using their own technology
including encryption to recruit, radicalize and mobilize their followers. the government wants to know how they can use the same technology to prevent that from happening. and they also say they need a lot of help in identifying terrorists and preventing attacks. apple, google, facebook and twitter are reportedly sending their top level executives. some of the companies have already revamped their policies. this is seen as an informal meeting but the message is the feds are turning up the pressure on sillicon valley. >> look, there's people that are concerned about their privacy, um, in normal everyday life, i get that. we're talking about something bigger than that. >> reporter: and the meeting is set for 11:00 this morning here at the federal building in downtown san jose. and we're live, kiet do, kpix 5. in another terrorism- related story this morning a man from sacramento is under arrest. the fbi says in 2013, aws mohammed younis al-jayab went to syria to fight alongside terrorists. later he allegedly lied to
investigators about why he made the trip. the 23-year-old is a palestinian born in iraq who came here as a refugee and his case is the kind that has authorities on alert. >> law enforcement has been incredibly concerned about throws who come back to the u.s. with that kind of foreign fighter train. >> al-jayab is due back in court today. another suspect who is also an iraqi refugee is under arrest in houston now charged with trying to provide material support to the "islamic state." a murder suspect on the loose in san jose. police got word last night that a man was shot at loan bluff way on the city -- lone bluff way on the city's east side. he was dead. the suspect is not identified and fled. police aren't saying anything about motive. president obama talked about his plan for improving gun control last night in a televised town hall meeting. he led a discussion at george mason university outside washington. he said he is not trying to
take away guns and he mocked what he called conspiracy theories on that question. but he said the u.s. does need to expand background checks to cover more kinds of gun purchases. >> we're not going to eliminate gun violence but we will list every lems en it. our position is -- we will lessen it. our position is consistently miss character advertised. >> the president criticized the national rifle association for refusing to participate in the event and he said the nra should acknowledge the government's responsibility to make legal products safer just like requiring seatbelts in cars. a philadelphia police officer is recovering in the hospital after he was repeatedly shot while sitting in his cruiser. the ambush happened around 11:0 last night. police say a man fired 13 shots through the cruiser's window. the officer was shot three times in his left arm suffering nerve damage and broken bones but he fired back at the shooter, who was arrested and taken to the hospital. a wrong-way driver caused a horrific crash on highway 4 this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward is in
antioch with the very latest on that crash. good morning, jackie. reporter: good morning, frank. one person is in critical condition in the hospital this morning as a result of that crash that's believed to have started as a pursuit. so here's what we know about the accident so far. contra costa county chp is reporting that just before 1:00 this morning, a wrong-way driver plowed into a car heading eastbound on highway 4 by the "a" street lone tree exit in antioch. some of the people involved were taken into custody. we think there were three people in the car that was going the wrong way. two females and a male, we're still waiting to learn more about what caused the crash from antioch police. the car the wrong way vehicle hit had one person in it and that person is in critical condition with at least a broken leg. the two women were removed from the scene via stretcher and taken into custody. all the lanes on highway 4 eastbound were closed at one point and one lane westbound was closed but those have
reopened so there should be no problem for the morning commute. in antioch, jackie ward, kpix 5. feeling lucky? saturday night you could win the biggest jackpot in lotto history. with the prize still unclaimed, the spot now a whopping $700 million. don't hold your breath. the odds of win are 1 in 292 million. but who cares? you can hedge your bets. 13 bay area stores have produced winners in the past and neighbors are hoping for the same luck. >> i would give it a chance of i just live around the corner -- i would give it a chance. i just live around the corner. so this is the closest spot. but i'm happy to hear this is a lucky corner. >> one bay area location reported selling $10,000 tickets in one day. if you win, expect new friends and relatives and i'll be one of them. >> just for fun, i went and looked at lakefront up at lake tahoe with a big dock on the
north side. i could probably buy a couple with $700 million. >> not in san francisco. >> if we win we might be able to afford a condo in san francisco with a view. [ laughter ] weather looking good today. out the door this morning, frankly not too chilly for ya. temperatures in the 30s and 40s areawide, thanks in part to a partly cloudy start, with patchy fog out there, as well. can't rule out a few sprinkles today. but the headline today is mainly dry. so we're starting off with morning clouds and patchy fog. mostly cloudy with just a few sprinkles possible today. rain returns, however, late tonight beginning in the north bay making its way south throughout the bay area overnight into saturday morning. and then we do dry out just a little bit for the second half of the day saturday. for the rest of the day today, however, keep in mind, or at least the rest of the morning, high surf advisory is in effect. extended until 9 a.m. use caution. we have some rip currents, as well as 13 to 16 feet very impressive. stay out of the water if you
are not an expert. that's your forecast for now. how about the roads? >> as you said, a few sprinkles expected out there. we have a couple here on our live shot of the golden gate bridge. so you might have slick surfaces this morning but it is "friday light" overall. we are not seeing any major problems out of marin county this morning. bay bridge off to a very good start. your approaches are clear. no delays along the eastshor freeway. looking good westbound 92 across the span. your drive time still only about 13 minutes between hayward and foster city. at the peninsula traffic is clear and the south bay we haven't had any trouble spots on northbound 280 or 101. in fact, as we fly over 280 through downtown san jose, you can see traffic is up to speed. we are about 55 miles per hour. lawrence expressway is clear. same for 101 as far as drive times go. guadalupe parkway only 8
minutes right now so easy northbound 85 to 101. sunnyvale police are looking for the teenagers who stole a tiny dog and then sold her on the internet. trina is so little she fits in a basket. the 3-pound shih tzu takes medication for a heart murmur. last month when she wandered on the street, three teenagers stole her and sold her online for $100. but trina's owner lucked out by stopping at just the right pet store. >> they recognized the dog. and they asked -- they said she was here yesterday with a lady and she said she bought it for her kids for christmas. >> trina's owner tracked down the online buyer and gave her $100 and then brought trina back home. the man accused of spray- painting racist graffiti in san francisco last fall has just been convicted. 62-year-old john schenone guilty of painting no more chinese across six locations in san francisco back in
september. he sprayed it in the bayview and portola and san franciscans of all backgrounds were outraged over that racist note. >> the message is a very clear message. we have no tolerance for racism and racist practices or hate in our city. >> schenone's attorney says he plans to appeal the verdict and push for a new trial. time now is 5:09. the future of cars in downtown san jose. coming up some innovative vehicles you can check out yourself. >> a break in the rain today, but more is on the way. details on that weekend forecast coming up. >> and we'll have a complete look at traffic in just a few minutes including a check of your bay area bridges. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
here's a live look in san jose. a little patchy fog out there. we are starting off with partly cloudy skies for many location. a little bit of patchy fog and relatively mild temperatures. we'll have your full forecast coming up in just a bit. today you got another chance to check out all the flashy rides at the sillicon valley auto show. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us these cars have features that are bound to wow bay area techies. reporter: the sillicon
valley auto show is where sensors and chips are just as important as rubber and steel. >> this is ground zero for all that innovation. >> reporter: all the big companies are here, along with smart new startups that blend the auto and the tech world. >> we wanted to be as menacing and as disruptive in this market as possible. >> reporter: trion's ceo is talking about the nemesis, a new american super car claiming 2,000 horsepower, 0 to 60 in 2.8, a top speed of 270, all for $1.6 million. >> if i win the powerball saturday night, this is the first one i'm buying. >> reporter: from ultimate power to ultimate rolls royce luxury, this is the race. >> it's a star like ceiling. it mimics the constellation. >> reporter: everies. >> reporter: the. >> reporter: the new lincoln has massaging seats. >> i'm relaxed. put me in traffic, i'll feel
good about this one. >> reporter: and for the high- tech cowboy, dan is showing off the 2017 ford king ranch pickup equipped with six tv cameras. >> one camera on top of the cab right under here on the side view mirror, the grill, rear view mirror and another camera on this side view mirror. >> reporter: it can even see around corners and if it could peer into the future it would see a world where cars an technology are moving ahead quickly. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> i like the massaging seats. >> that would -- >> i want that in my car. >> good in traffic. >> the sillicon valley auto show runs through sunday at mcenery convention center in downtown san jose. all right. i don't think we are going to see many of those sleek rides on the highway at least right now, right? >> nope, not just yet. in fact, traffic is very light if you want to skip the roads and use mass transit. that looks good, as well. bart is on time this morning. "ace" train no delays. caltrain, muni, all very good.
elsewhere westbound 80 at tennessee reports of a trouble spot two-car crash over to the right shoulder not affecting the main lines and it is "friday light" so traffic is free-flowing on the east shore commute. we have raindrops out there making a little bit slick so use caution but it's really not bad. 14 minutes southbound 101, 580 to the golden gate bridge toll plaza. here's a live look at the bay bridge right now. 19 minutes for your drive time carquinez bridge to the maze. "friday light" out of oakland into san francisco. no delays into san francisco across the span, traffic is clear. same goes for the san mateo bridge no delays eastbound. we are in the green, speeds above 55 miles an hour so no delays northbound 280, 101 or guadalupe parkway. same for the east bay. if you are commuting this morning southbound 680, 24 to 580, only 15 minutes. in fact, only 7 minutes as well
westbound 4 hillcrest to highway 242. and, of course, we had an earlier overnight accident along highway 4. that's now been wrapped up. westbound 580, 238 to the lawrence freeway only 8 minutes. if you plan to hit the nimitz this morning, looks like it's good in both directions, 880 clear near the coliseum. northbound is an easy ride into downtown oakland and no delays southbound as you head out of oakland into hayward down into fremont. in fact, 880 clear all the way into the south bay. so lots of good news from the traffic center. i saw a few raindrops on my golden gate bridge camera, julie. weather producer billy poon and i were just debating those drops. we can tell if it's drizzle, rain. i'm going to go with drizzle this morning at the golden gate bridge. overall mostly dry today but we could see some showers from time to time. as you head out the door this morning, temperatures relatively mild. 30s and 40s areawide thanks in part to partly cloudy skies a little bit of patchy fog out there, 45 right now oakland, 41 santa rosa. 38 in san jose. as i mentioned, pretty mild.
now, we are in the midst of a short dry break with the exception, of course, of a few sprinkles from time to time today. the next round of rain moves in, storm number 5 moving in tonight. beginning in the north bay, it makes its way south overnight tonight into saturday morning. we'll time it out with futurecast. as you can see, relatively dry, a little partly cloudy skies to start. see how we see just a little bit of light rainfall sprinkles pop up from time to time? that's what you can anticipate today. probably not going to need an umbrella. but you might want to keep one handy just in case you do get a few more sprinkles than anticipated. here's, though, the next round of rain moving in overnight later on tonight. here you see 9:00, where the heaviest rain begins in the north bay, spreads south throughout the entire bay area overnight into saturday morning. we are probably going to hear widespread light rain at 5 a.m. and throughout the morning but then dissipates through the day on saturday. not a total rainout but pretty damp nonetheless. what to expect, morning low
clouds and patchy fog. next big rain event number five arrives tonight and continues into saturday morning. your snow report starting off with alpine meadows. looking good, 9" of new snow and yes, more snow is on the way, expect more snow tomorrow. flurries throughout the high country. heavenly current conditions looking -- we are getting a break in the snow right now but more snow tomorrow. new snow three inches for you there. and new snow kirkwood 10." some powder and fresh snow on the way for saturday if you are heading out for weekend skiing. high temperatures today throughout the bay topping out in the low to mid-50s warmer by the bay a little cooler in the outlying areas. and for the next few days, well, we get a repeat performance from day to day. a break in the rain today, showers saturday. break in the rain then showers on monday. rain every other day gives us time to absorb the rainfall.
viciouscyvicki hennessy beat out sheriff mirkarimi. she will be sworn in today at san francisco city hall. mayor lee will be sworn in for the second full time. governor brown will administer the oath of office. the event is open to the public. it is 5:19 right now. a rodeo crosses paths with the presidential race. the results coming up. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the giants fill a big need in the outfield. we'll tell you who is coming to san francisco and jim harbaugh was back in the bay area to check out the san jose sharks. we'll tell you about that story straight ahead. >> and 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. some are calling it a bunchf bull.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r by the
welcome back. checking the roads right now off to a good start throughout the bay area. we are accident-free for the most part. only you will see a few brake lights towards the altamont pass westbound 580 coming out of tracy but clear as you head towards 680. some are calling it a bunch of bull but others swear by the
political predictions of the bovines. in des moines, iowa, midnight and oly presented their presidential picks yesterday as part of a tradition called bull chip bingo. for the republicans, they chose donald trump and for the democrats, bernie sanders. good morning, everybody. david shaw has made no secret of his desire to stay at stanford since the day he was hired there in 2011. >> i want this to be my last head coaching interview ever. >> i love where i am. my wife loves where i am. our family loves where we are. >> i want to be coaching here until my kids graduate from here and i have a 2-year-old. >> shaw is keeping his word and will reportedly not even interview with the 49ers. former eagles coach chip kelly reportedly has met with the 49ers about that job. jim harbaugh devouring a hot dog at the shark tank last night. tied at one in the third, justin with the go ahead score. the wings win 2-1. now back to
harbaugh whose chances of winning the powerball tomorrow are better than meeting with jed. the giants address their pitching staff in december. they added jeff samardzija and johnnie cueto. yesterday they filled a hole in the outfield. san francisco and denard spann agreeing to a three-year deal worth $31 million. he is a good defender, capable of hitting over .300 but he was injured last year. he has some free time to show off his house with his significant other. >> i'm very happy that this is her favorite room, you know, a lot of people say that it goes down in the bedroom but i'm glad it goes down in here. >> oh, my god. >> get that? [ laughter ] >> denard spann going to be a nice addition in the outfield and as you can see in the clubhouse for the giants. i'm dennis o'donnell. hey, good luck, good luck with powerball tomorrow. have a great weekend. >> thank you, dennis. good luck to both of us, michelle. play of the day, we have jazz and rockets, utah's joe ingles and rudy run the pick and roll to perfection.
look at that baby with the monster dunk and look at the replay. go bettergobert a better basketball play and dunk. but the jazz lost to the rockets but they get the play of the day. it is 5:25 right now. the city of santa clara unveils more plans on how it will handle the super bowl. still to come, the unusual setup for a major sillicon valley highway. >> reporter: and i'm kiet do. live in downtown san jose, where the feds are in town to turn up the pressure on sillicon valley to do more to fight terrorism. ,,,,,,
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just ahead... what the big conference means for ameri's security. 700-million dollars... what starr sillicon valley big-wigs and others gathering in san francisco. what the big conference means for america's security. >> a record-breaking lottery jackpot is causing ai frenzy. >> a break in the rain but more rain is on the way. your weekend forecast is coming up. >> an accident on the altamont pass with details coming up. >> good morning, it's friday, january 8. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 5:30. we are learning about a serious head on accident on highway 4 involving a wrong-way driver this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward is in antioch with the latest. >> reporter: we're here at the headquarters to learn more about what happened in the crash that sent an innocent driver to the hospital who is now in critical condition. so here's what we know about the accident. contra costa county chp is
reporting that just before 1:00 this morning, a wrong-way driver plowed into a car heading eastbound on highway 4 by the "a" street lone tree exit in antioch. some of the people involved were taken into custody. we think there were three people in the car that was going the wrong way. two females and a male, we're still waiting to learn more about what caused the crash from antioch police. the car the wrong way vehicle hit had one person in it and that person is in critical condition with at least a broken leg. the two women were removed from the scene via stretcher and taken into custody. we don't know the details of their injuries. all the lanes on highway 4 eastbound were closed at one point and one lane westbound was closed but those have reopened so there should be no problem for the morning commute. in antioch, jackie ward, kpix 5. a young man from sacramento is under arrest on terrorism
charges. the fbi says in 2013, aws mohammed younis al-jayab went to syria to fight alongside terror groups and lied to investigators about why he made the trip later. the 23-year-old is a palestinian born in iraq who came here has a refugee and his case is the kind that has authorities on alert. >> law enforcement has been very concerned about those who come back to the u.s. with that kind of foreign fighter training. >> al-jayab is due in court today. separately another terror suspect who is also an iraqi refugee is under arrest in houston now charged with trying to provide material support to the "islamic state." much of president obama's national security team will be in san jose today. they are meeting with tech leaders about curbing radicalization and terror recruitment online. kpix 5's kiet do is in san jose with more on the anti-terror meeting. kiet. reporter: yes, good morning. this looks to be a high level meeting between the nation's
top cops. they will be picking the brains of sillicon valley's top executives. but the message is clear, the feds are here to turn it up the pressure on sillicon valley to do more to fight terrorism. [ yelling ] reporter: one click and isis can reach a billion people on youtube. the government wants sillicon valley to help stop it. >> we're not crying wolf. there's good reason for this. and people are dying all over the world. >> reporter: the who's who of u.s. law enforcement including fbi director james comey plan to meet with the who's who of the tech world. reps from apple, facebook, google and twitter expected to attend. a source tells reuters the meeting will focus on social media content and ways to use technology to stop terrorists from radicalizing people online. >> the tech companies have to figure this out. i mean, they have to cooperate. >> reporter: former fbi agent rick smith. >> what they are saying at this point, though, is, give us the tools. give us the tools of and we have a chance. >> what would you say to the
people who were like this is a, you know, invasion of privacy? >> look, these people concerned about their privacy in normal everyday life, i get that. we're talking about something bigger than that. >> reporter: the problem, the "islamic state" is growing faster than u.s. intelligence can keep up with. add encrypted technology to the mix. >> i mean it's a needle in a haystack to begin with. this makes it almost impossible. >> reporter: senate intelligence committee member dianne feinstein told "face the nation" the u.s. is fighting in the dark. >> terrorists could use playstations to be able to communicate and there's nothing that can be done about it. >> reporter: and the meeting is set for 11 a.m. here at the federal building in downtown san jose. we're live, kiet do, kpix 5. we are getting some startling numbers on santa clara county's troubled jail. sheriff laurie smith said yesterday she fired 22 correctional officers and suspended 27 others over the
last six years. she says it's to show her strong record of holding problem employees accountable. this is the same jail where three deputies beat a mentally ill inmate to death last august. records show roughly one-third of the officers' terminations were because of misconduct toward inmates. the president talk about his plans for improving gun corollas night in a televised town hall meeting. mr. obama let a discussion at george mason university outside washington. he said he is not trying to take away everyone's guns and he mocked what he called conspiracy theorists on that question. but he said the u.s. does need to expand background checks to cover more kinds of gun purchases. >> we're not going to eliminate gun violence but we will lessen it. our position is consistently mischaracterized. >> the president criticized the nra for refusing to participate in last night's event and said the national rifle association should acknowledge the government's responsibility to make legal products safer just like requiring seatbelts in
cars. a philadelphia police officer is recovering in the hospital after he was repeatedly shot while sitting in his cruiser. the ambush happened around 11:30 last night. police say a man fired 13 shots through the cruiser's window. the officer was shot three times in his left arm suffering nerve damage and broken bones. but he fired back at the shooter, who was arrested and taken to a hospital. 5:35. storms are rolling in once again an monster waves are slamming bay area beaches in pacifica. dozens of people came out to catch a glimpse of mother nature in action. some got a little too close like that guy right there. hold on, watch, boom! and he is still there. [ laughter ] >> down the coast in half moon bay, surf is up, way up, but the huge waves didn't scare away surfers. some of the best in the world were in the water yesterday and good news for them more big swells are on the way. >> julie, you said you have been on that pacifica pier and were drenched. >> several times i have been hammered by waves live on the air. great video.
not so fun out there. >> not so fun for you. the last time we saw a really wet season was at least that i was reporting on was back in 2009. and we saw the lives in pacifica crumbling away -- cliffs in pacifica crumbling away. so we keep our eye on pacifica in a wet season. today not too wet. the pattern is exactly what we want to see to prevent landslides and things like that. we'll talk more about that in just a second but first, i want to get back to that high surf advisory. along the entire coast it has been extended until 9 a.m. expect as well as 13 to 16 feet rip currents likely. so use caution out there. taking a look now outside, a live look over san jose you can see levi's stadium off in the distance. mild temperatures and partly cloudy skies and patchy fog. temperatures 30s and 40s as you head off to work and school this morning. you won't likely need to break out the umbrella but i'd carry it just in case.
after these morning low clouds, we are going to see mainly cloudy conditions today with a few sprinkles from time to time. so keep an umbrella handy although you may not need to use it. rain does return tonight to storm system number 5 of the year. late tonight starting off in the north bay and moving south throughout the rest of the bay later on today. i'll time it out in a bit and talk more about that weather pattern i was mentioning rain off and on for the next few days. we'll time it out coming up. first a check account of roads. >> let's jump to 580. we have reports of an accident chp heading to the scene westbound 580 right at grant line possibly blocking lanes. two cars though involved in this accident. we are seeing some slow conditions as you approach the scene. it's busy as you come out of tracy this morning on the westbound side of your drive. 18 minutes now -- or 16, rather, for your drive time so we tacked on a couple of minutes there. hopefully they clear it quickly. elsewhere, the rest of the east bay not seeing any troubles on the roads. in fact, 680 is a nice ride southbound as you work your way
from 242 into danville. highway 4 hillcrest to 242, seven minutes. westbound 580, not seeing any delays there to 238. where we are seeing a backup building that's at the bay bridge. 19 minutes now carquinez bridge to the maze. no metering lights just yet. but that will probably change within the next few minutes. you can see delays beyond that first overpass at this point. so it's stacking up quickly. over to the peninsula, we go northbound 101, 92 to the 80 split, 18 minutes to 101. no delays towards sfo. 280 looks good across to 380 to 101 traffic is clear. we are seeing precipitation out there. i can say that. so a little wet weather. how's that? a few drops there. we are saying it's drizzle this morning on the golden gate bridge. >> just call it rain. >> thank you. it is 5:38. we are less than a month away from super bowl five every 550 which of course airs here on kpix 5. levi's stadium getting
ready for the big game. the big makeover. chopper 5 got a glimpse of crews prepping the new turf inside the stadium and we now know how santa clara plans to handle the traffic at the game. there will be a designated lane on 101 for people going to the super bowl. uber drivers will have a designated lot to pick up and drop off fans. and the vta is working to accommodate up to 12,000 riders. >> what's the impact in the neighborhoods? you're not going to see any impact. we'll talk about this until a we prior to the super bowl. >> santa clara isn't taking chances with security. tasman drive next to levi's stadium will be shut down for the week before super bowl 50 on february 7. and the super bowl halftime show added yet another big name performer this one really big. pop singer beyonce will join the stage with coldplay and bruno mars. and this isn't her first time
performing at the big event. beyonce part of the halftime show three years ago when the 49ers loves to the ravens in super bowl 50 in new orleans. >> that should be a good show bruno mars, too, in coldplay? >> forget the game and watch the halftime show. overseas markets are rebounding and now investors are focusing in on wall street plus the latest u.s. job numbers. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com reports. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. the chinese stock market regained some of the ground it lost during yesterday's freefall. european markets for the most part also trading higher today. overall though this has been the worst start to a year ever for the u.s. stock market. yesterday the dow fell another 393 points. the nasdaq was down 146. both market are now in what's called a correction mean they have dropped 10% from previous highs. this morning, though, investors turning their attention from china to the u.s. economy. the government just released the december jobs report. and it is a good one!
the economy added 292,000 jobs. that's more than expected. the unemployment rate held steady at 5%. so futures are now trading much higher. it's looking like it's going to get a big bump at the open possibly about 200 points for the dow. target trying to get its cool factor back. the retailer teaming up with sole cycle on the limited edition cycle including pants and tank tops. they will be less than 50 bucks so half the usual cost. >> this is cool. netflix is bringing back the '90s sitcom and it has a san francisco connection. what can you tell us about it? >> reporter: that's right. cut it out. netflix released the first pictures. highly anticipated full house reboot, fuller house. cameron, jody, barber are back. they all look like they did in the '90s sitcom. the show debuts at the end of february. frank and michelle? >> a dollar if you can tell me who said cut it out.
[ laughter ] >> it's -- joey gladstone. >> joey! >> wow. >> jill, i'm sending you a dollar. >> very good. [ laughter ] >> why is he not back? i don't understand. what is he up to that he is not coming back? >> this is apparently a program that you two liked a lot. >> this is a good program. >> john stamos looks the same. he looks pretty good. >> must be all that greek yogurt. >> i owe you a dollar, jim. i'll be sending it to you in the mail. have a great weekend. >> all right. you, too. >> thanks. it is 5:42. it will be a crowded couple of days at retailers that sell powerball tickets. straight ahead the record setting lottery jackpot that just keeps on growing. >> and it is 5:42. taking a live look out at 880, this is in oakland right now. looks like traffic is moving on pretty well but gianna will be back to let us know what other hot spots in the bay area, what they are. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,
welcome back. 5:45. i wouldn't call it rain. i would call it drizzle on the lens over the golden gate bridge. possibility of a couple of sprinkles from time to time throughout the day. but mainly dry the weather headline but rain returns tonight. we'll time it out coming up in just a bit. feeling lucky? saturday night you could win the biggest job pot in lotto history. jackpot. the jackpot is $700 million. the odds are 1 in $292 million. you can hedge your bets, though. 13 bay area stores are produced winners in the past and neighbors are hoping for the same luck. >> i would give it a chance of
i just live around the corner. so, um, this is the closest spot. i'm happy to hear this is a lucky corner. >> one fremont retailer reports selling $10,000 worth of tickets in just one day. if you do end up winning, don't forget your friends right here at kpix 5. [ laughter ] >> absolutely. >> mainly me. >> we got a pool. our producer back there and if we all win we are going to have color bars on this broadcast next week. >> we all owe him money for the pool. >> i'm just filling in today but can i jump in on the pool? >> i would be cautious. [ laughter ] >> everyone -- we win, oh, you -- >> we would buy you lunch. >> thank you. >> in france. [ laughter ] >> i'd fly you there. >> you're flying on the freeways this morning. it's "friday light" in a lot of spots. highway 4 an overnight accident here right now though traffic is looking good westbound. this is right near lone tree. looks clear all the way into pittsburg. you me it see a few brake lights in pittsburg but -- you might see a few brake lights in
pittsburg but otherwise okay. causing some spectator slowing slowing so we are seeing pockets of slow-and-go conditions out of the altamont pass this morning. you're going to bog down near 680, as well. foggy at 680 so heads up there. metering lights are on at the bay bridge. we are officially backed up almost to the maze at this point. eastshore freeway 19 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. a lot of cars there. you're stacked up so give yourself some extra time. probably another 10 to 15 minutes from the maze into san francisco. northbound 880, 238 to the maze, at least through oakland, so far traffic is pretty clear northbound southbound, not seeing any troubles out of oakland into hayward and if you plan to cut across the san mateo bridge to the peninsula, cruising 880 to 101 no snags. in the south bay a few brake lights 15 minutes slower speeds
now northbound 101/280 680 interchange to 237. 237 itself not seeing any troubles on that westbound side and 280 in the south bay through downtown san jose is clear as well as guadalupe parkway. and a look at the golden gate bridge we have a bit of drizzle out there. for more on that here's julie. >> thank you, my dear. yes, we are starting off with a little bit of drizzle out there. but the headline today is mainly dry. in fact, we are partly cloudy to start with some patchy fog. temperatures mild out the door this morning. temperatures topping out in the 30s and 40s areawide. throughout the day, the headline today a short dry break. we could see a few showers. the next system tonight storm number 5 of the season, chief meteorologist paul deanno is naming these storms or numbering then, anyway, as we move on throughout the month. and this is storm number 5. we'll look at futurecast and time it out. as you can see this morning again partly to most his cloudy patchy fog and sprinkles here and there throughout the day. notice these little specks of green popping up, again drizzle, showers possible
throughout the day but mostly dry for most of us. it's tonight the next round of rain moves in primarily into the north bay first. and then filling in throughout the bay area overnight tonight as we pause it tomorrow morning around 5 a.m. you can see most of us will have seen some showers although it will start to dissipate as we move on throughout the day today or tomorrow that is. not a total rainout for saturday but keep the umbrella handy. morning low clouds today, patchy fog, mainly cloudy with a few sprinkles the story for today. tomorrow, again, rain event number 5. it arrives tonight makes its way south throughout the day today. tahoe forecast showing snow showers and temperatures 35 tomorrow for the high country so not a bad day if you want a little bit of powder up there. sunrise today 7:25, sunset 5:07 p.m. this evening. here's a look at your high temperatures today. areawide we are topping out in the 50s, mid-50s by the bay, low 50s in the outlying areas and along the coast. and your extended forecast kind of a repeat performance from
day to day. so we're dry on friday, showers saturday. dry on sunday, showers monday. and so on through the extended forecast. back to you guys. >> thank you. senator ted cruz is now leading in the polls in iowa and the republican presidential race and criticism of cruz from other candidates is intensifying. as craig boswell tells us, that reporter: ted cruz is on a roll in iowa and spoke with cbs news on his bus between especially includes donald trump.campaign stops. >> three weeks ago, just about every republican in the field was attacking donald trump. today just about every republican in the field is attacking me. >> reporter: cruz is facing more attacks because he is now leading the polls in the hawkeye state. donald trump brought up the latest jab by questioning the texas senator's american citizenship because he was born in canada by way of his american mother. >> don't like the issue. i don't like even bringing it up. >> reporter: trump also hit democratic front-runner hillary clinton on women's rights and sexism with an instagram video using bill clinton's relationship with monica lewinsky. the former president mostly brushed it off during a campaign stop for his wife in iowa. >> he said a lot of things. >> what's your reaction!
>> reporter: as the campaigns --barbs over women's rights, planned parenthood publicly endorsed clinton. chelsea clinton hits the campaign trail next tuesday in new hampshire. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. >> senator rand paul is also using the issue saying ted cruz saying he is qualified to be prime minister of canada. hillary clinton will be back in the bay area to raise some cash. the presidential candidate will attend three events, two in san francisco, one in palo alto. admission to each costs between $500 and $2,700 per person. 5:51. rough times for a bay area clothing company. coming up what caused shares of the company to sharply drop. coming up. ,,,,,,,, ♪
just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. good morning. hearst hi-def doppler. you can see a few sprinkles off the coast but we are mostly dry and staying mostly dry today. next round of rain heads in tonight and i'll have details coming up. jumping over to the nimitz freeway, looks good both directions through oakland. just a heads up though getting
word of a trouble spot northbound near fremont boulevard. more details on that in just a few minutes. a clothing company that got its start in san francisco is struggling to compete with rival retailers. holiday season was not so jolly for the gap. the company announced that its core sales fell 5% last month across all brands. gap stores saw a 2% drop. old navy sales drop 7%. banana republic, dropped 9%. california taking in more tax money but governor jerry brown says some of it is for a rainy day. he unveiled a cautious budget yesterday. the $171 billion spending plan focuses mostly on public education. $71billion for k through 12 and community colleges. there's $36 billion to make long needed road and bridge repairs financed with new fees and taxes. $1.4billion more for medi-cal and more than $500 million for drought and wildfire remedies. but he wants to keep the rainy day fund intact and pump in $2
billion more. >> this is not a candy store where you can pick out whatever you want. you got to choose and, um, that's what we're going to do. so this is my first cut. if other people would say, gee, we ought to take some of that out and put it into here, but there will be a tendency just to do everything and then i'll have to straighten it out at the end and they are different and i -- >> the governor says he wants to focus on modest expansion and services and liberal investment in one-time expenses. a wrong-way driver causes an accident on highway 4 in antioch sending one person to the hospital who is in critical condition. >> reporter: and the nation's top cops are here from washington, dc to try to pressure sillicon valley companies to do more to fight terrorism. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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and i'm frank mallicoat we are learning more about o d on good morning, everyone. it's friday, january 8. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 6:00. we are learning more about two iraq refugees arrested on terror charge in the united states. one is in sacramento, one is in houston. brian webb reports. >> reporter: court document reveal 23-year-old sacramento suspect aws mohammed younis al- jayab communicated over social media with an unnamed individual living in texas back in 2013. in one exchange, the two allegedly discussed training and fighting overseas. the texas person identified as individual eye writes i need to learn from your weapon expertise. al-jayab allegedly responds, if you arrive and i am still there, i will train you. a criminal complaint unsealed thursday accuses the sacramento man of travin