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the fog today, believe it or not. it's a little murky. >> that could throw a wrench in the commute. things are slowing down. i'm frank mallicoat and it's 6:00 and we begin with developing news. san jose police are trying to figure out the cause of a wild crash. a red suv jumped the curve before smashing into a home. the collision may have been the result of a police pursuit that started in sunnyvale. the people to inside the home packed up and drove away. the oscars and the controversy over diversity. this was the second year in a row that every acting nominee was white. some people protested, several boycotted and the rest went with it. all eyes were on the host,
chris rock. maria medina on the monologue. >> i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> reporter: after his 10 minute monologue focused on the controversy -- we have all this controversy, no black nominees, you know in and people are like chris you should boycott. chris, you should quit, you should quit. >> his speech garnered laughs and applause, including at this oscars watch party in san rafael. >> i fought it was really well done. given the tension in the room he did a wonderful job and diffused everything. >> reporter: for the second straight year, all the nominees are white. and is it really progress to say we can crack jokes but not the top 20 nominations.
>> reverend al sharpton organized rallies. spike lee, snoop dog, and jada pinkett among those who boycotted. >> there's not enough black, hispanic, women. and i think it's changing. >> with the issue of diversity in the spotlight, many hope and believe that it will mean change. >> it's not about boycotting anything. it's just we want opportunity. we want the black actors to get the same opportunities >> at the end of the show, chris rock gave a shoutout to the black lives matter movement. as for the afterparties, the stars were mingling and others got series. and elton john's aids party raised money for aids awareness. a school board president in
court in connection with a corruption scandal. jackie ward joins us live from san diego to explain. >> good morning, frank. former san francisco school board president keith jackson is facing up to nine years in prison because of leland yee's case. and today he's facing state bribery charges. details came to light during remained shrimp boy chow -- raymond chow's case. mayor ed lee is confident that his campaign had nothing to do with the allegations. >> like comic book. >> toyota what mayor lee has said, according to documents filed in court, jackson and the two staffers were recorded on
fbi wiretaps allegedly states payments were made on behalf of mayor lee's campaign. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. let's talk about to gianna. we've been looking at the fog. how bad is it? >> pretty bad and especially where we have a few accidents it's making it worse. out80 at warren we have an overturned vehicle. and in the backup we have an accident blocking the left lane. just going from 287, 41 minutes. that's an area that we're seeing a lot of the fog. here's an example of that. the san mateo bridge out of hayward to foster city. drive time doing okay. and advisories are in effect. 14 minutes between 880 and 101. same goes for the bay bridge.
metering lights are on. all approaches are starting to slow down. 25-minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. altamont pass to 680. 22 minutes. the earlier accident has now been cleared. slow as you make the connector to 680. and south 101 at octavia. we have a broken down truck. take it slow. damage is done, one hour seven-minutes delays. it's live. it's our weather camera looking at the run ways at sfo. barely visible, half mile visibility. and a quarter of a mile around oakland. temperature-wise we're in the 40s and 50s. livermore is creating clear skies at 46. and santa rosa is clear at 41 degrees. otherwise, a pretty foggy start and then a few fogs in the forecast. overall, partly sunny. those clouds all in advance of the area of low pressure due
west. temperatures across the bay area, 11 degrees above where we should be for leap day at 72. 76degrees in oakland. up from the average high in the 60s. and a very gentle breeze around the peninsula and south bay. temperatures in the mid-70s to the east and the north. rain is coming. and we'll track it together. that's coming up at 18 minutes to the hour. >> investigators are trying to find the person who shot up a vehicle on i-880. a 40-year-old man was shot and killed early saturday morning. that man's jeep crashed near hill top drive. this is the 7th freeway shooting in the area since november. >> do you want to know what's going on. there's no answers so that makes it a little unnervey. what can you do. >> police think the driver was targeted and it was likely a
gang related shooting. a brawl between the ku klux klan. police say 10 to 20 counter-er protesters started kicking and beating them. police say it appears the kkk members acted in self-defense. no word on the san francisco man's affiliation. people in virginia mourning a police officer killed on her first day on duty. the church was packed for the funeral. and she and two other officers responded to a call of domestic dispute. she was shot and killed. officers promised to fight for justice in her honor. >> we'll continue one step at a
time in honor of ashley. the two other officers who arrived with her were wounded in the shooting and are expected to survive. more than two dozen major tech firms are expected to file briefs in support of apple and the fbi. apple is fighting a government order to unlock an iphone used been the san bernardino gunman. yahoo, google, facebook, microsoft, and amazon are among the companies preparing friend of the court briefs. the deadline was yesterday for the homeless to leave the area. tent cities have grown because of rainy weather and a lot of people forced to relocate around super bowl related events. the areas littered with feces and hypodermic needles. and even if the homeless are
cleared it's unclear where they should go. >> the fact that they may consider it a threat doesn't mean it solves anything. it just means that people sleeping on the streets move. and if they move, the issue is still there. >> there are still two dozen tents in the area, down from 130 a few days ago. on the eve of super tuesday, the campaign mud slinging centers around the controversial endorsements by a former leader of the kkk. >> it's going to be sunny and we have rain back in the forecast and we'll track which days to expect it. and we have a traffic alert on 880 plus the shot spots. details coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
new this morning: divers ha recovered the body of a secd boater after their good monday morning everyone. it's february 29th. leap day. and take a look at this. it's our live weather camera showing the official sunup. and we have sun there. we have areas socked in with fog and rain on the approach. and all the details are coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. divers have recovered the body of a second boater after the canoe capsized on donner lake. lucas johnson was found in 60 feet of water. the body of his friend was found in 15 feet of water. the men were not wearing life jackets. a woman is in jail after a deadly hit-and-run on pinole. investigators say the driver kept going after hitting a man who was checking a tire on the car. an off-duty berkeley police officer had been following the
suspect's car after noticing he was driving erratically. after the accident. the officer kept following her car and called for backup. the driver was eventually arrested near vacaville. the charges, felony hit-and-run and driving with a suspended license. >> at this time it's preliminary but it would be a manslaughter case. >> the body of the man who was hit was found down an embankment. super tuesday is tomorrow. and primaries and caucuses will be held in texas, georgia, and 11 other states. there's a lot at stake. >> donald is not going to make america great. he's going to make america orange. >> republican presidential candidates turning up the insults less than 24 hours ahead of the single biggest day in the primary races. and donald trump taking heat
for deflecting questions about david duke. >> would you say you condemn them and don't want your support. >> i don't know what group you're talking about. >> i'm just talking about david duke and the ku klux klan. >> he disavowed him friday. >> donald trump refused -- refused to visit size the ku klux klan. >> donald trump as the nominee means hillary probably wins and we lose this country. >> rubio throwing in donald style personal attacks. >> i don't understand why his hands are the size of someone who is 5'2". you know what they say about men with small hands? >> the democrats had a somewhat
more cordial tone. >> we don't need to make america great again. america has never stopped being great. and the latest cbs news poll says clinton has big leads in texas and georgia, the two states with the most delegates on super tuesday. leap day only comes around every four years. and it's tough to find people with february 29th with a birthday. and this pennsylvania man was born on february 29, 1932. and leap day is added every four years. >> that makes him what? 21. he got to enjoy his first beer today. >> congratulations, paul. >> we should all find a reason to celebrate leap day.
>> okay, i don't know. >> it's too early. >> i'll come up with it. >> i'm in. [ laughter ] >> i'm up for suggestions. and-- >> while you enjoy the bubbly, we'll get over to miss fog. >> we have troubles on 880. that's where we find a traffic alert at warren. the left lane is blocked for an overturned vehicle. big delays as you work through. this is a very foggy spot and we're dealing with a lot of fog. south 880 down to 237. that will take 45 minutes. the problem is if you're commuting out of hayward, that backup is starting to connect with the backup from that traffic alert. so you've got an hour if you're going from hayward to 237 to milpitas. and you'll have limited visibility.
we're dealing with foggy spots this morning. 17-minutes for the drive time, 880 to 101. taking a look at conditions out of the east shore freeway. 27 minutes and carquinez bridge to the maze you're backed up to the maze. it's backing up to 24 as well. slow and foggy and limited visibility into san francisco. still busy out of the altamont pass to 680. that's going to take 20 minutes for the drive time. one of the bright spots is the golden gate bridge. drive times are okay. 580 to the golden gate bridge. but it's foggy there as well. you know what leap day means? women are supposed to propose to men. we're taking a view out to sfo where we are foggy and socked
in. and we're taking a look at l.a.x. and this is the world -- one of the world's busiest airports. and it's one of the largest airports in the state of california. and we have visibility down to a quarter of a mile. we have delays at sfo 1 hour and seven minutes. 40s and 50s stepping out the door. and dense fog in much of our area. temperatures respond very mild today. and in and out of the rain for the next couple of weeks. the area of low pressure has a big job to do. it has to bust through a lot of our dry air mass. and once it does so it's going to open the door for a series of systems. we're supposed to see above average rainfall and temperatures. here's your monday on the sunny side. and for tuesday, here comes the measly area of low pressure that falls apart once it banks up against the north bay.
that opens the door for what happens on thursday. rainfall amounts will be light. wait until you see the 7-day forecast. 70 at monterey bay. and mid-60s in yosemite. sunup is at 6:42. we saw that over the mount vaca area. and 70s across the board today. 11degrees above average in san francisco. we should be at 61 in oakland. and approaching 80 in gilroy. the winds will be slight. and as we look ahead to the weekend. it becomes stormy by saturday afternoon with periods of heavy rain on sunday morning. that's the running of the napa valley marathon. make it a great monday. it's 6:20. and an astronomer was out looking for alien life and found something else. two men are behind bars, we'll explain.
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29th. and i'm frank mallicoat. it's a few seconds away from 6:30 and the oscars got a lot of buzz. it wasn't all good. >> 2016 marks the second year in a row that every acting nominee was white. >> teri okita joining us with highlights from the stage and all of the glamorous afterparties. terry-- >> yeah, the parties lasted into the wee hours and what a night to celebrate. spotlight won best picture. and mad max took over six oscars in the technical categories. and revenant best director and
actor. >> leonardo dicaprio took home the oscar. >> and brie larson for her performance in room. >> i feel really strong and excited to be holding this gold guy. >> when the curtains fell, the stars made their way to the governors ball. >> we worked so hard and it's overwhelming. >> is hollywood racist? you're damn right hollywood is racist. >> reporter: chris rock pushed the envelope. >> he's an amazing performer and person and it needed to happen. >> elton john used his annual afterparty to raise awareness for hiv and aids. >> we've made a lot of progress in the last 30 years but not enough progress. >> celebrities get star struck too. >> if i walked into leonardo
dicaprio -- >> gene simmons from kiss. >> he's right behind you. >> i was just talking about you. you've one of my favs. >> and there was a lot to celebrate and it was also a night of social commentary. not only about racial diversity but sexual abuse and violence and the environment. i'm teri okita. >> and a lot of political statements. and this is water cooler statement of the day. how is hollywood reacting to chris rock's performance? he was really outspoken. >> reporter: he was and that is what everybody is talking about. it's all the buzz on social media. and leading up to this week and the oscars or the last couple of weeks people were saying
chris rock should maybe step down from being the host or boycott like other actors. and to a person we heard from on the readapt. everyone thought he did a very good job. the initial reaction is that he's getting very good reviews. >> he diffused the topic right from the top and it was great. >> teri okita, we thank you for that. and a big name in the bay area, pixar studios won for inside out. the characters inside the girl's head symbolize five emotions that lead her through life. a driver smashed his suv into a home and then took off. kiet do joins us live at the scene of the crash.
and he has the very latest. good morning. >> good morning. police have opened up the streets in the mid-town area near race and park. and we have repositioned ourselves to give you a better look. there's significant damage to the house just off park avenue. it was a red lincoln navigator that crashed into the victorian style home. the truck jumped the curb and took out part of the crawl space. the suv went the opposite lane of traffic and sped off. the driver took off running and the deputies started to chase him on foot. and then smelled gas leaking from the house. the deputy broke off the foot chase and evacuated the house. sunnyvale place showed up and did not find anything and he's on the loose this morning.
kiet do, kpix 5 news. time for weather and a lot of fog on the bridge. where are we? visibility unlimited in some locations. we have clear skies and foggy conditions on the bay bridge where we have a quarter mile visibility. and i have a little gift for you. don't you just want to jump on it. >> it looks like a good time. >> you want to jump on the big old layer of fog. isn't that just gorgeous? the fog is going to dissipate and we'll have sunshine. and temperatures now in the 40s and 50s. and we have an area of low pressure. overall partly sunny. and look at the numbers, averaging 15 degrees above where we should be. 60s and 70s at the seashore. all the way up to 79 degrees in the santa clara valley.
east of the bay, 74 in concord to the mid-70s. 60s and 70s across the north bay and is far reaches of the north bay, a good shot of rain for tuesday. we'll talk about that coming up. we're going to talk about 580 westbound. we have reports of an accident blocking lanes. you've got stop and go conditions approaching the scene of the accident. and east of there if you're taking the super commuter way out of tracy, westbound is very busy. 24 minutes altamont pass to 680. southbound 880 at warren. all lanes are now clear and the sig-alert has been canceled but the damage is done. 46 minutes from 84 down to 237. and delays back as hayward at this point. if you're trying to cut across the san mateo bridge.
foggy this morning, and chp has issued fog advisories. the metering lights are on and traffic is backed up. seeing big delays. carquinez bridge to the maze, 37 minutes. reports of an accident on the dumbarton bridge. three jail guards head to court, accused of beating a mentally ill inmate to death. they've pleaded not guilty to murder and assault charges. today's hearing will determine if the jail guards will remain in custody. this is the man they are accused of killing. michael tyrie was in jail because of violating probation. a judge meant to send him toe a mental health facility. there were no beds available. an astronomer led police to
a pair of burglars. howard isaacson was working late on a project aimed at finding alien life. he spotted two suspects stealing textbooks from the building. the catholic church has made serious mistakes says cardinal george pell. they grilled him on how the vatican has handled the abuse scandal and how he's dealt with the alleged crimes. he trusted priests more than children who spoke of the abuse. unofficially, it's the case isn't it that most can'ts in the period of time we're talking about tended to be dismissed. do you accept that? >> i don't have the statistics on that but too many of them certainly were dismissed and
sometimes they were dismissed in absolutely scandalous circumstances. >> the hearings started hours before the oscars where spotlight won best picture. the film addressed the coverup of the sexual abuse in boston's catholic churches. melissa cain will join us to break down the super tuesday contests. ,,
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very gentle. 76degrees in danville. hello mill valley in the mid- 70s. sonoma, 75 degrees. and partly sunny skies in cloverdale in the mid-70s. a new week of trading is getting underway on wall street. >> and joining us with the leap day financial report, jason brooks. we have one extra february day to get it right. >> that's right, ann and frank. it would be nice to see stocks take a leap forward. it's been a struggle but we've seen a bit of life in the market the past couple of weeks. a lot of talk about fears of a slowing global economy and using all tools at their. >> investors not getting a lot out of the g-20. and we have the jobs report for february. that will be key as we get ready for the central bank meeting that take place later
this month. shares in bumler liquidators are dropping off. the company continues to lose summers. some of the laminate floors made in china contained formaldehyde. and recently, the federal government said the risk of cancer is three times greater than previously estimated. shares in lumber liquidators are down since 60 minutes aired the report. the market is dropping 18 points. and nasdaq down. and s&p 500 down by 2 points. frank, back to you. we thank you, jason. get ready to pay more to hank with mickey mouse and all his buddies. >> as if it wasn't expensive enough already. now charges different ticket prices for parks, depending on
the time of the year. the calendar will be divided into value, regular, and peak. tickets during the value period will stay the same. the regular season will be 110. and $124 for peak days, including holidays. >> so a family offour pushing 500 bucks. >> and that's not including the food. i mean, it's a good time. we have a lot of fog. let's see how we're doing. >> it's a foggy commute, especially on the bay area bridges. we start with 880 and the dumbarton bridge. there's an accident involving a vehicle and a box truck there. traffic is slow towards the toll plaza. south 880 has been a struggle. there was an overturned vehicle
at warren. 42 minutes to 237. it's pretty foggy so limited visibility. we have a motorcycle accident westbound 580. it's blocking the middle lanes and traffic is slow. you can see traffic backed up and a lot of yellows and reds. that reflects on the drive times. 26 minutes altamont pass westbound 580. bay bridge very foggy this morning. you are backed up into the maze. westbound 580 is slow. and stop and go conditions and it's slow across the upper deck. there's a fog advisory across the bay bridge. be careful. and look at how slow and go. westbound 80 towards the polls. 15miles per hour around berkeley. foggy conditions. 24 minutes for the drive time. a little bit slow through there and the golden gate bridge
moving okay. and foggy as well. what time is it? it's weather watcher time. >> time to check in with my bffs. these are people with their own weather stations. you could become a weather watcher. 45degrees so says ron. good morning, sir. he's in concord in the mid-40s. and 52 degrees. i bet that's george. let's see what george has to say. very foggy and less than a three block visibility in san francisco. we take you to the southland and this is los angeles international airport. you can barely see the l.a.x. there. and it's socked in. and no reports of delays there. as we transition on over to sfo we see we have visibility down to 3/4 of a mile. and delays at one hour and
seven minutes on some arriving flights. check out the numbers in the 40s and 50s. livermore reporting clear skies at 46 degrees. the temperatures respond. and 11 to 15 degrees above average and then we'll be in and out of the rain for the next couple of weeks. we will start to see runoffs. partly sunny with a few clouds drifting over the area. and this area of low pressure has a big job to do. watch and you can play along. and you take your eyes to the north of us. we have a little bit of light rain across the north bay. and as we advance towards thursday everybody is a bit wet for the morning commute. 52 today in the greater lake tahoe area. here's the extended forecast. 70s across the board. flirting with 80 in the inland areas. stormy by saturday afternoon to sunday. make it a great monday. tomorrow is a big, big day
for presidential elections. it's super tuesday. >> with more on what to expect, melissa caen is with us. >> good morning. >> i see you doing this. >> oscars, smoscars. >> tuesday is the day when voters in about a dozen states pick their candidates for president. no other single day has this many elections and delegates at stake. there's going to be crying, lovin', and leaving after tomorrow. there's going to be a very big turnout. states that low early voting like alabama are seeing record breaking numbers of voters. and that's in line with alaska, nevada, iowa, and new
hampshire. many voters are undecided like the prior elections. lots of voters are making up their minds at the last minute. something could happen to sway the elections. let's not rely too much on the polling. and finally, both republican and democrat delegates are basically being awarded proportionately right now. trump and clinton will probably not clear the field tomorrow. bernie sanders, ted cruz, marco rubio, these guys can all lose and walk away with a good bunch of delegates. >> you said probably not. so there's a chance? >> mathematically, it's unlikely that they'll be able to do that tomorrow. we have more elections on march 5th and 8th. >> three big states to look for tomorrow. number one is texas.
if ted cruz loses his home state to trump, it would be a crushing blow to the cruz campaign. he has the to win texas. there's a saying in texas when someone is a big talker, all hat and no cattle. and that's what people will be saying about cruz if he doesn't win. minnesota is important because no one has any idea who is going to win. this is one that either trump and clinton might not win. if you're looking for a state where rubio or sanders might have a surprise victory, this is a fun one to watch. and massachusetts voters are wealthier and more independent. if trump wins, he can say everybody loves me. not just the poorly educated and tea partiers. i appeal to everyone and i can win in november. so massachusetts is a small
state but it would a very big win for donald trump. >> if someone said to you a year ago donald trump would win easily you would have said? >> 911. this person has lost it. this is defying everybody's predictions. it's just been amazing. >> so we'll see you tomorrow morning -- or actually wednesday morning. >> thank you. time is 6:52. a rookie police officer killed hours into her first shift and now a member of the u.s. military is facing the death penalty. the top story is next. and we're in san francisco this morning where the former school board president is already facing nine years in prison for federal charges and today will be arraigned for state bribery charges. ,,
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88th academy five things to know at the 55. hollywood honors the best and brightest at the 88th annual academy awards show. chris rock won praise for addressing the lack of diversity. spotlight was best picture. and leonardo dicaprio and brie larson winning. hillary clinton and donald trump are leading in key states except texas where ted cruz leads among republicans. an army staff sergeant is expected to be arraigned on murder charges later today. ronald hamilton allegedly opened fire to officers responding to a domestic
violence call. an officer was killed on her first day on the job. three have pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from the death of michael tyrie. and a vote will begin today or whether to authorize a strike. this comes after a year of salary negotiations. and union members have been working without a contract since july. >> reporter: i'm jackie ward in san francisco where keith jackson is facing nine years in prison for the case with leland yee. jackson and two of mayor lee's staffers will be arraigned. details came to light during raymond chow's case when fbi wiretaps. the da is trying to keep the
details quiet and the defense says the public has the right to know. >> the good old boys system -- has to end. >> despite what mayor lee has said, jackson and the two staffers were recorded on fbi wiretaps allegedly stating payments were made on behalf of lee's campaign. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> reporter: and 880, we're seeing a little bit of improvement on the drive time. still slow from a couple of earlier accidents. dumbarton bridge westbound at the toll plaza. there's a fare increase for caltrain. keep that in mind. mass transit is on time. and the bay bridge metering lights are on. foggy and an advisory in effect. you're backed up all the way to
the maze. and a motorcycle accident clearing westbound 580. busy out of the altamont pass this morning. and the south bay commute starting to bog down on 101. >> did you say fog. >> there's a lot of it. taking a look at the mount vaca camera, we have a few clouds, and that's the scenario once the fog dissipates. we'll have partly sunny skies, and 40s and 50s. today's numbers stacking up in the 70s everywhere. san francisco is about 12 degrees above average. look at oakland. we should be 61 going to 76. we have rain in the far north bay early, early tuesday. and then everything gets wet for the morning commute. and then it turns stormy and interesting. enjoy your leap day. >> yeah -- go ahead.