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pain, and fear. but our people would not allow hate to win. we didn't have violence, we had vigils. we didn't have riots, we had hugs. we didn't turn against each other's race or religion. we turned toward god, and to the values that have long made our country the freest and greatest in the world. we removed a symbol that was being used to divide us, and we found a strength that united us against a domestic terrorist and the hate that filled him. there's an important lesson in this. in many parts of society today, whether in popular culture, academia, the media, or politics, there's a tendency to falsely equate noise with results. some people think that you have to be the loudest voice in the room to make a difference. that is just not true. often, the best thing we can do is turn down the volume. when the sound is quieter, you can actually hear what someone
else is saying. and that can make a world of difference. of course that doesn't mean we won't have strong disagreements. we will. and as we usher in this new era, republicans will stand up for our beliefs. if we held the white house, taxes would be lower for working families, and we'd put the brakes on runaway spending and debt. we would encourage american innovation and success instead of demonizing them, so our economy would truly soar and good jobs would be available across our country. we would reform education so it worked best for students, parents, and teachers, not washington bureaucrats and union bosses. we would end a disastrous health care program, and replace it with reforms that lowered costs and actually let you keep your doctor. we would respect differences in modern families, but we would
also insist on respect for religious liberty as a cornerstone of our democracy. we would recognize the importance of the separation of powers and honor the constitution in its entirety. and yes, that includes the second and tenth amendments. we would make international agreements that were celebrated in israel and protested in iran, not the other way around. and rather than just thanking our brave men and women in uniform, we would actually strengthen our military, so both our friends and our enemies would know that america seeks peace, but when we fight wars we win them. we have big decisions to make. our country is being tested. but we've been tested in the past, and our people have always risen to the challenge. we have all the guidance we need to be safe and successful. our forefathers paved the way for us. let's take their values, and
their strengths, and rededicate ourselves to doing whatever it takes to keep america the greatest country in the history of man. and woman. thank you, good night, and god bless. >> pelley: the republican response from governor nikki haley of south carolina. governor haley didn't mention donald trump's name, either, but she seemed, like president obama before her, to be directing some of her remarks in donald trump's way. john dickerson? >> dickerson: that's right. and she also said republicans have some share of blame in the current political difficulties we have. she may have set the new standards for these kinds of response speeches. it's usually a loser's game. she was short, she stood up for republican values and it was a good-- good delivery. >> o'donnell: she offered a prag nattic prescription for her party, a rebuttal to the president. this is the third time in the republican party has turned to a
woman to follow the president, and nikki haley is one of the bright, shining stars of the republican party who could just end up on the ticket in november for them. >> pelley: there will be a great deal more about the state of the union address first thing tomorrow with norah and charlie and gayle, on "cbs this morning." our coverage continues tonight on our 24-hour digital news network cbsn, available on all devices on cbsnews.com. for now with thanks to the jones day law firm for this view of the capitol, with john dickerson and norah o'donnell, i'm scott pelley, cbs news in washington.,
thanks for joining us for a special edition of kpix newa dent obama de good evening, i'm allen martin. >> i'm elizabeth cook. thank you for joining us for a special edition of kpix 5 news. a historic night. president obama delivering his final state of the union address. we'll have a full breakdown coming up. first a major development in the raiders push for a new stadium. the team dropped its bid to move to los angeles just hours ago. after a long day of deliberations, the nfl owners approved the relocation of the st. louis rams to l.a. the san diego chargers have the option to join the rams but there is a time limit on that. it leaves the raiders facing an uncertain future. kpix 5's christin ayers at the owners meeting in houston. a wild turn of events. raiders fans breathing a sigh of relief at least for now, christin. >> reporter: yeah. raiders fans happy. i can't quite say the same for the owner of the raiders. this means they will get a
consolation prize and $100 million to put toward a new stadium. they will also get the option to potentially relocate to carson. that's only in the event that the chargers decide not to move there. that didn't sit well with mark davis. he was blunt about how he feels about all this. >> well, this is not a win for the raiders. >> reporter: davis not mincing word. he said it was not a win. he walked off the stage in fact middle of the press conference and was frustrated in the hall. he told us it's going to take more than $100 million to keep the raiders in oakland at this time. he said he is open to moving the city anywhere in the country. he has to look elsewhere. his problem oakland mayor's hasn't budged on a land deal. >> i have no message for libby schaaf right now. she knows what it will take to
get a deal done. >> what will it take? >> land. >> will $100 million help? >> i don't believe that's going to fill the gap that we have right now. reporter: he said no guarantee that the raiders will be in oakland come 2016. he said hey, at this point, we don't even have a lease. mark davis not sounding like a man whose priority is to keep the raiders in oakland. one propertier asked him after he left the press conference, hey, some of the fans are actually happy that we're staying in oakland. his reaction to that? are we? so clearly no commitment to staying in oakland tonight. and he was blunt about that. live in houston, allen, back to you. >> thank you. they have talked about portland and san antonio, as well. sports director dennis o'donnell out live covering a big high school rivalry tonight. dennis, still your own certain for the raiders in oakland, sound like. >> reporter: we'll have more on
the bruce mahoney classic coming up in sports. i heard what christin said about mark davis' frustration. this was a loss for mark davis but was a win for the city of oakland and i think it was a win for raider nation. the $100 million that christin was talking about is something the nfl has promised to either the chargers or raiders. now, once the chargers commit to the inglewood project with the rams, the raiders will have one year to use that $100 million on a stadium infrastructure that could happen in oakland. i would caution oakland and their fans to celebrate momentarily. i don't think the raiders could go anywhere else at this point for the 2016 season but the onus is now on libby schaaf and the politicians to come up with a deal. mark davis has pledged $500 million before for a stadium. you got $100 million from the nfl. you have the sale of psls, sponsorship, naming rights. you can see the possibility of a financial infrastructure but they are going to have to come up with a deal or this will
come up again in a couple of years. allen, you mentioned the alamodome. you know, alamodome needs to be replaced. this is not a city with a lot of money themselves. so there are all sorts of issues there. do you think that jerry jones, the cowboys owner, wants the raiders in his backyard? no. and he is a very powerful owner. i'll have more coming up from the bruce mahoney. right now dennis o'donnell at usf. >> thank you. watching all this closely too the oakland a's. a's owner lew wolff said tonight he is still working with oakland and alameda county to keep the team where it is but a baseball only facility crews are trying to rescue a man trapped by a trench collapse. andria borba is live with the story. they didn't free him before nightfall. >> reporter: very fluid but
slow-moving rescue happening out here in oakland right now. pay attention to the cables attached to oakland firefighters. the orange cable is attached to the victim. the pulley system is slow at this point. this started about 12:30. that's when the incident was reported. the worker is trapped in a 10- foot-deep hole rescue crews trying to get him out but first have to shore up the trench. the man is in dirt waist high and has been given pain medication. firefighters have been taking turns trying to shore it up and keep the man calm as he is stuck in the dirt. >> he is doing pretty well. we gave him some meds. he is stable. what happened is in all situations like this the trench rescue, you dig and then you shore up the area that you have already dug out with wood as we
call footing and trench jacks to keep the dirt away. >> reporter: the worker is given pain medication. the ground is cold, wet, heavy. he is stuck that ten-foot hole leading to a -- he is stuck in a 10-foot hole leading to a sewer pipe. we are on the 2300 block of 21st avenue. no indication when oakland fire thinks he will be freed. just when we think they are making progress, another firefighter comes back up and that man is still stuck in the hole. live in oakland, andria borba, kpix 5. a few minutes ago the president wrapped up his final state of the union speech laying out his agenda for the final year in office. >> i don't want to just talk about next year. i want to focus on the next five years, the next 10 years and beyond. [ applause ] >> while looking ahead, the president made it clear there are policies that he wants
carried out now fixing immigration, that's one of them doing more to protect children from gun violence, that's another. and the president wants to level pay at the workplace and raise the minimum wage. kpix 5's political analyst melissa caen joins us. thank you for being here. this was his swan song the last one. it was positive, took a couple of shots at the republicans but it was a very positive -- he was looking to uplift the country. >> he was. we saw obama go back to his sort of original -- his roots as it were in terms of public consciousness of being this president of hope and change. he spoke a lot about the future. he talked about curing cancer and malaria and grand things of the future. but he also made some time to, um, you know, acknowledge just a little bit of some of the things that he has done while in office. >> anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction. >> that seemed to be somewhat
directed at paul ryan sitting right behind him. he also spoke about his success internationally because his foreign policy has been under scrutiny lately with some of the things happening in the middle east. >> but the american people should know that with or without congressional action, isil will learn the same lessons as the terrorists before them. if you doubt america's commitment or mind to see that justice is done, just ask osama bin laden. >> a bit of a victory laugh there. but he also -- >> why not? i mean -- >> his last time. >> he has everyone's attention. he also took a moment to take some shots at some of the republican presidential candidates, as well. he made some pointed remarks at ted cruz, for example, and certainly had some choice words for what we assume is donald trump. >> when politicians insult
muslims, whether abroad or our fellow citizens, when a mosque is vandalized or a kid is called names, that doesn't make us safer. >> that's right. and he is not the only one with some choice words. south carolina governor nikki haley to delivered the gop response also seemed to be taking a dig at mr. trump maybe trying to separate the gop mainstream from mr. trump's views. >> in many parts of society today, whether in popular culture, academia, the media or politics, there's a tendency to falsely equate noise with results. some people think that you have to be the loudest voice in the room to make a difference. that's just not true. often the best thing we can do is turn down the volume. when the sound is quieter, you can actually hear what someone else is saying.
>> so -- >> also a shot at donald trump? >> we believe so. we believe so. >> an interesting choice. >> but ready for the main stage. she spoke of the 2012 convention and now looks like she is moving up in the world. >> could be a vp candidate. >> not for trump. >> thank you. tonight's game over for the youth soccer league fighting the nfl super bowl plans. kpix 5's devin fehely is in santa clara where a judge's ruling has left a lot of disappointed soccer moms and dads. >> reporter: the judge's decision paves the way for the nfl to complete the transformation of these soccer fields into a media village for visiting journalists. the david versus goliath battle had threatened to derail a key component of the super bowl plan. >> we didn't win the injunction but we still won because at the end of the day the end goal is to get the soccer field for the kids. >> reporter: players and kids
expressed disappointment but even before today's ruling the san jose earthquakes had tried to broker a deal offering to let the youth use their field to practice. >> the quality of our avaya stadium is on par or better than what they had and so i think it's a good option to solve the problem. >> reporter: the earthquakes should be able to accommodate most if not all of the league's games removing what had been a stubborn obstacle to the city's super bowl plans. >> the super bowl is a very important economic driver for this region. we are very supportive of that. we have a great relationship with the san francisco 49ers. and so we wanted to make sure we could do whatever we could to help the situation. >> reporter: in santa clara, devin fehely, kpix 5. she swiped a child's birthday present and did a victory dance. a neighborhood bands together to catch this thief before she prances off with more stuff. ,,,,,,,,,,
as if that's not enough... e a thief caught on camera swiping a little girl's birthday present in san jose. and if that's not enough, the woman prances away with a stolen package. >> kpix 5's maria medina reports those moves could help put her in jail. >> stay away from our neighborhood. >> reporter: that's the message to the swindler caught on surveillance video skipping proudly after her porch pilfer. >> just don't come back here. >> reporter: the victim's neighbor says the neighborhood is disgusted. they have seen and shared the video on social media and hope someone recognizes her. >> we know most our neighbors.
we know each other. so we always look out for each other. >> reporter: the victim tells kpix 5 the theft happened last friday. the package contained his little girl's birthday present sent by a relative for her fourth birthday. the camera catches her dancing across the street to another home where she steals a neighbor's mail. >> my wife buys a bunch of things on amazon. we all do. you see the u.p.s. driver here up and down the street constantly. >> reporter: she may have gotten away with the theft that day but julian points out the woman could soon be dancing all the way to jail. >> i wasn't impressed with the quality of the individual -- i was impressed with the quality of the video. >> reporter: thanks to the camera that caught her in the act. >> hopefully she will learn a lesson. >> reporter: maria medina, kpix 5. so close to the game you will feel like a player. the new technology changing how you'll watch super bowl 50. ,,
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>> we have rain in the forecast. a lot of rainfall over the next 4 hours. rain moving in right now for new sonoma county, mendocino county and lake county. it is raining in cloverdale, in santa rosa working its way south, vallejo, marin county. you will be next. san francisco before midnight all that heavy stuff to our north that's moving through, as well. live peek outside. we're mild. everybody in the 50s. san jose 58. san francisco 58. raining in santa rosa with the current temperature of 54. we stay in the 50s tonight. redwood city 52. napa 51 degrees. this is the 6th storm of the month one storm after another. the storm track didn't move. we just had a two-day break between storms but the break is just about over. several storms on the way. the first of which will impact us overnight tonight. midnight here comes the heavy rainfall for the north bay. a heavy rainfall for much of the bay area overnight. 5:00 in the morning. it moves east and south. a sloppy morning commute tomorrow. scattered showers through the lunch hour. then we get drying in the
afternoon. so the first half of tomorrow is the wetter half and by wednesday night, we begin to clear things out and thursday will likely be the last completely dry day until sometime next week. we are looking at several storms lining up. it's the guy over us right now. storm number 7 will give us rainfall friday and saturday. storm number 8 way out there more than 1,000 miles away will give us a soaking rainfall perhaps the heaviest for the beginning of next week. highs tomorrow despite the rainfall despite the cloud cover close to 60. you will get there in vallejo and oakland. 58 fremont and san jose your high tomorrow 59. we get a dry break on thursday. then friday showers are likely. a steady rainfall on saturday. sunday showers continue. a steady to heavy rainfall is likely on monday. showers will continue on tuesday. so remember, we have those breaks between systems. those breaks are probably gone for a while. that's your kpix 5 forecast. dennis o'donnell with tonight's sports report at usf. dennis. >> reporter: this is one of the biggest rivalries in all of
high school sports. bay area across the country it is the bruce mahoney classic. it's been around since 1947. let me give you the facts. it's named after bill bruce and jerry mahoney both veterans and killed in the line of duty during world war ii. the trophy is awarded to the school that wins two of the three too major sports, football, basketball and sports. st. ignatius won the football game in october and a win here tonight would give them the trophy their third straight trophy win. earlier tonight, it was the sacred heart girls getting ready for their game versus rival si. 1st quarter fighting irish scores. thomas finishes with 28. sacred heartbeat the wildcats 56-43. meanwhile, the "san jose mercury news" is reporting that the 49ers are out of the running for potential head coach hue jackson.
a source said hue jackson is on his way to new york to interview with the new york giants so stay tuned for developments on the hue jackson front. some are calling alabama's onside kick in the national championship the greatest ever. the crimson tide and clemson were tied at 24 in the 4th quarter when adam griffith kicked a perfect ball to his teammate humphrey. alabama scored a few plays later. momentum changed and saban won his fifth national title. >> so it worked. but let me say this. you don't look like the type that would do it to me. but if we wouldn't have got that, y'all would be killing me now. [ laughter ] >> sharks getting up close and personal with the jets in winnipeg. third period san jose with a two-man advantage leading 2-1. joe pavelski scores his 22nd score of the season to make it
3-1. they win 4-1. they are 14- 6-2 on the road this season. both teams on the road here tonight. si and sh anthony give me a flavor here. this is -- you know, the usf dons play here at the hilltop. and they don't get this many fans packed to the hilt for tonight's game. we'll have highlights of the men's performance tonight at 11:00. guys? >> thank you. all right. see you back here at 11:00. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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