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good morning, i'm emily turner and i'm devin fehely. it is 7:30 a.m. on this sunday, january 1. good morning, i am emily turner. ringing in the new year from the bay area to new york city. with beefed-up security. president elect donald trump bri -- asking for more details. president obama's recent punishment of the country. cleaning house after a sluggish season. who's on the chopping block.
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good morning, we are off to a chilly start and at the -- will be that way for much of the week. temperatures right at freezing. 33 in napa. that is for tonight. today, it is not too badly. this is a summation of what is happened. patchy fog around and then showers in northbay later today. the numbers today do new but that's no better than the mid- 50s. we will have the complete forecast coming up. across the country, thousands of revelers rang in the new year last night from san francisco to seattle. in times square, an estimated 1 million people rang in the new year with cheers. the ball dropped at the stroke of midnight. thousands of officers were on the streets. take a closer look at the space needle in seattle.
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at one point during the fireworks show, a fire started and was quickly put out. it is unclear how much damage was done to the building. >> reporter: a new video this morning of a fiery rollover crash in san jose at highway 101 near mckee road. a car swerved over several lanes before flipping. a good samaritan rush to free the driver.>> there is something in your heart that makes you run and help others. >> ultimately our officers conducted a dui investigation and found the driver under the investigation of that's the influence about the whole and put him under arrest. -- of alcohol and put him under arrest. a deadly new you're shooting at the delta pines apartment complex around 7:45 last night. police say a man was shot and killed and another victim was rushed to the hospital. neighbors were celebrating the new year when shots rang out.>>
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there were gunshots going off and we open the door and told him to get out because we had little kids inside. we open the door and there was blood all over the floor. we closed the door and everybody hit the floor we called police. >> reporter: neighbors fired several -- filed several complaints about crime at the apartment complex and they are pushing for all-night security staffing. a carl -- a car barreled into a homeless encampment at the i-90 underpass the 27th. three people were rushed to the hospital and are expected to be okay. the driver fled on foot and was quickly arrested. investigators are trying to determine if alcohol was a factor in the crash. a manhunt is underway for gunmen that open fire at a nightclub during the new year's
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celebration. at least five people were killed and 70 others were wounded. the man dressed as santa claus killed a policeman and another person outside the club before going in and firing on people inside.>> crazy people. i don't know.>> reporter: the club overlooks the bosphorus river and many partygoers drummed into the river to escape. the governor is calling it a terror attack. just weeks ago, there were twin weeks -- 10 -- twin bloss -- blasts outside of a soccer match. malware linked to russian hackers was detected at a vermont company. one of vermont's largest electric companies discovered the breach after the department of homeland security issued a cyber alert to utility companies on thursday night. the malware was detected on a single laptop which was not connected to its grid.>> this comes as dozens of russian officials were forced to leave
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the u.s. including members of the consulate staff. this is all after cyber attacks targeting the u.s. election. no computer is safe when it comes to keeping information private. >> if it is important, write it out and have it delivered by courier, the old-fashioned way. i will tell you what, no computer is safe. i don't care what they say, no computer is safe. >> reporter: mr. trump spoke to reporters briefly after his new year's bash in palm beach, florida. he has mr. -- major doubts that the u.s. was in -- that russia was involved in the u.s. election. he will meet with investigators tomorrow for an update on the investigation. more from kpix security analyst . how ironclad, in your estimation, is the evidence that the russians did try to influence the u.s. election?
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>> well, the united states government intelligence apparatus has done a thorough investigation and i believe they have. they have you six sophisticated techniques to show this. if they say that is the case, then it probably is the case. >> reporter: why do we hear the president-elect discount that intelligent so often saying that he simply doesn't believe it? >> it will marginalize his election when. -- win. if you were in that situation and somebody hacked into your -- hacked into the accounts and caused you to win, it would marginalize your win. i think that is part of his defense.>> reporter: what about the statement that no computer is safe, no matter what. if you want something to be safe, you need to write it onto a piece of paper and have a human courier deliver it. that seems to be a bit backwards. this is your business, are
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there things that we can do to protect our elections and our computer systems here in the country? >> there are basic things you can do. i know a lot of companies practice cyber attacks and things like that. if you get an email from a strange person, you don't open those and click on the attachments. that is a simple way to protect your system. there is some method that allows someone to infiltrate. u.s. government computers are connected and it separates them from everything else. there are vulnerabilities, but there are ways to get around that.>> reporter: is the administration punishing the russians? there are people who left the country as a consequence, or were asked to leave. that is backwards looking as well. what should we be doing to be more proactive as far as you are concerned?>> having a diplomat leave the country is not something new. if you go back to the cold war era and beyond, these things happened quite often.
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there has been an exchange of spies in different things that have happened. it is just sort of the way that the diplomatic establishment and intelligence agencies work. how do we get around this sort of thing? it is very difficult for a person to not be attached to a computer. that is the way we have evolved. i think one of the things we can do is practice some good, safe computer use. what do you do? what sites do you visit? to have a malware protection device on your computer? all of these things help.>> reporter: thank you for joining us this morning. emily, back to you. the swearing-in will happen on tuesday. an incoming democrat will serve on the homeland security and governmental affairs committee and the intelligence committee. vowing to take a closer look at the proposals coming from the trump administration.
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she said, at a time when so many californians and americans are uncertain about our future, i will aggressively fight for our families and the ideals of our nation. more bay area headlines. customers have been saving water, but in return their rates may be going up. officials say they need the increase to cover inflation and also to cover reduced revenue from customers who have learned to use less water after several years of drought. they will vote wednesday on the proposed increase. over 200,000 residents could see an additional $3.50 on their -- on their bill starting in february. three longtime restaurants in the san francisco union square are about to close shop.>> they will shut down tomorrow after losing their leases. a 24-hour restaurant that has been a staple for locals and tourists for years. the building was bought a year and half ago and the new owner
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wants to renovated. she told us there was something special about the original spot. >> it is smaller and more personal and cozy. we made a lot of friends here because we were able to talk to the people as well as serve the meals. >> reporter: the owner of the diner is looking for a place to open a new location. he hopes to be up and running sometime next year. just in time for new year's resolutions. a park now closes at 8:00 at night instead of 6:00. the change comes after nearly two years of cut hours in response to noise and litter complaints made by homeowners. the bay area real estate market is heating backup. real estate jumped by
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more than 20 percent in november compared to that month a year ago. according to core logic, the median price of a bay area home rose .7 percent from october to november with an average sale price of $695,000. that is up 6.9 percent from last november. that marks the 56th straight month that the median sales price has increased. a new year means new laws. next from the roads to the work place, the new rules and how they will impact you. a big chill in the bay area and showers ahead. we will have the timing and the amounts and even a chance of snow. we will have more about that in the forecast. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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in the new year. in paris: this was the arc de triomphe. hundreds of thousands of people watched... as li e monument. around the world, fireworks lit up dass lit up the skies to -- lit up the skies to bring in the new year. the clock struck midnight.
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in dubai, a fireworks show dazzled. with the start of the new year comes big changes. californians will have hundreds of new laws to follow.>> here is marina medina with a few that will affect you.>> reporter: hello 2017 and hello a long list of laws. number one is that employers will not be allowed to pay women less than male colleagues based on prior lower salary. speaking of money, the minimum wage goes from $10-$10 $.50 per hour at companies with 26 or more employees. and, the law for texting and driving is expanding. you cannot hold your phone at all when behind the wheel. bay area home prices, there's a new law to help with the housing crisis. homeowners may build small units on the properties to bring in extra income.
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now, here are new laws that made extra headlines last year. you will now be able to take a selfie with your completed ballot. are you listening justin timberlake? you can now break into a car without going to jail if you are waking -- rescuing a cot -- a pet inside of a hot or cold car. you have to call the cops first. the man who was convicted of sexual assault to serve half of his jail sentence. because of that, jail time is now mandatory for anybody caught assaulting an unconscious or incapacitated victim. those are just some of the new laws that take effect for all californians in 2017. in san francisco, maria medina, kpix 5 . new gun laws are taking effect this year which has led to record gun sales in the past few weeks.>> the laws that of come down this time are pretty egregious and deep.
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so, for lack of a better term, people are in a panic.>> reporter: the department of justice says that the sale of automatic rifles has doubled from last year. one reason is that some will be classified as an assault weapon. that is one of eight new laws in effect. others are some -- required to report -- to report lost or missing guns within five days. there is a tool that allows magazines to be quickly replaced. >> first of all, making it more difficult for me to reload my gun when i am out shooting is not going to help you when you are mugged in an alleyway. >> reporter: the ban as part of an arsenal of new gun laws aimed at stopping mass shootings and keeping ammunition away from people intending to do harm. not all of the new gun laws start today. summer staggered over the next two years to give gun owners a chance to come into compliance. >> it is not just laws that are
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changing. pg&e customers could see bills changing this month. they could rise $1.36 per month for the next year. the utility company is recommending that customers sign up for energy alerts to help control usage. the money collected will go to improving the system. starting tomorrow. people who park in daily spots without paying will be paid -- will be charged $55 instead of $35. the charge for parking illegally in daily spots will go from $55 to $75. there is a growing number of people purposely parking illegally to save money on parking in san francisco. a live look now at the sierras. a fresh dusting of snow and accumulations are expected to build this week as another storm moves into the area ringing within a cold front.
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on tuesday, there will be a new official snowpack measurement. those are taken at tahoe. brian is in the weather center tracking the forecast and possibly snow. good morning. welcome to january. it is cold and it will be that way for much of the week. low pressure moved over california yesterday. the low will keep us cold and also there are showers on the way later today. beginning up in north bay. chilly weather, some clouds and showers develop later in the day. you can see today at 11:00 there are scattered clouds around. look at the top part of your screen. look at what happens with all these dots showing up. that suggests scattered showers. not big rainmakers, just rain here and there later in the day. it will be cold next week. mix the cold with the moisture
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and maybe the bay area peaks will get a dusting of snow by the middle of the week. we are expecting a cold spot -- cold start with patchy, low clouds. the seahawks play this afternoon with partly cloudy skies in chile at 52 during game time. the airport has a high of 52. elsewhere, we will be picking -- they will be picking up rain in atlanta and sunshine in new york city. not a bad data travel. overnight, chill -- freezing at santa rosa and 39 at san jose. the temperatures will be uniformly in the mid-50s for much of the bay area today. here is how it looks with scattered showers later in the day. monday, tuesday and wednesday variable clouds. after a break on thursday and
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friday, more rain for the weekend. have a great beginning for the new year. coming up in sports, quick turnaround for the sharks as they take on the kings. will the 49ers clean house? chip kelly will be gone at the end of the season. more in sports coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things. golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things. make the oven one of the things they're most excited to open. it's baking season. warm up the holidays with pillsbury. today maybe colin kaepernick's last day as a 49er. the phone or niners are expected to clean house -- the 49ers are expected to clean
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house. the announcement will come sometime after the day to discuss bulky and kelly's future. alabama has zero interest in exchanging pleasantries with washington before yesterday's playoff game. the crimson tide led 17-7. a claim quenching 60 -- a game clinching 68 yard touchdown. the tide advanced to the national championship game. deshaun watson and clemson facing ohio state. watson connects 438 yard touchdown to cj fuller. they took the buckeyes to move on to the title game as well. the sharks wrapping up their season. carter scores on the breakaway giving the two-goal lead that the kings need.
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that snap san jose's 4 game winning streak. that does it for us. have a new year -- happy new year. the future is up in the air in oakland. joining us with more about the future of the oakland raiders here in oakland is the city councilman. >> thank you.>> reporter: there were a lot of people that believed it was a foregone conclusion that the team would leave. tell us about that. >> first of all, let me say happy new year and go raiders. i believe they will stay in oakland due to the fact that the negotiations are still in place with the nfl commissioners and the owners and the organization. i believe the package that alameda county and the city of oakland have put together for the raiders benefits not only the raiders, but we have the fan base and the stadium property and the training
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facilities right next to the airport. as well as their headquarters and summer practice locations. so, i think it is in the best interest of the oakland raiders, and most of all, and the greatest interest of the city of oakland to keep the raiders.>> reporter: for a lot of people, the raiders have been synonymous with oakland. the owner is focused on las vegas almost exclusively at this point. do you believe that in his heart that he wants to leave oakland? >> i think that mr. davis clearly understands and knows that the raiders belong in oakland. he has not only the fan base support and the financial support and the investment from private entities that are willing to keep the oakland raiders in oakland. right now, we are at the point of making the playoffs and going to the super bowl once again. so, i think the opportunities are here in oakland.
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certainly, we are more than flexible and adjustable to work with mr. davis to keep the raiders in oakland.>> do you think the raiders make oakland their permanent home?>> i think so. i think the raiders will be kept in oakland and that's where they belong. certainly oakland is grateful and it benefits oakland by having the raiders here. >> reporter: a prediction for today's game. >> for a prediction, i think the oakland raiders will win.>> reporter: thank you so much. as for the rater's game, kpix 5 will have coverage. we will have the post game show. i work the locker room from here in denver. jj stokes in the studio and andrea is the quarterback. next, why caltex says that --
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morning. the time is _ _. good morning, i'm devin fehely. i' happy new ye welcome back to kpix 5 this morning. the time is 8:00 a.m. good morning, i am deven. i am julie watts to . -- emily turner .
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how thousand celebrated the new year. dozens are killed in a new year's terror attack in turkey. i gunmen opened fire on a nightclub and there are new images on the attack. a good samaritan rushes to free a driver and an overnight crash on a bear that's a bay area freeway. first let's check the weather with julie watts one . the big story tonight will be the cold temperatures in santa rosa down to 32 or freezing. 34 in livermore. today is not too bad. here is the summation. patchy and low clouds around was showers spreading across north bay. the numbers today do no better than the mid-50s and we will have the complete forecast coming up. across the country, thousands of travelers rang in
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the new year. the skies lit up with fireworks display's from san francisco to seattle. at times square, an estimated 1 million people cheered as the crystal ball dropped at the stroke of midnight. security was tight at events across the nation with thousands of officers on the streets. take a closer look at the space needle in seattle. at one point during the firework show, a fire started. you can see it right there. the fire was quickly put out, but it is unclear how much damage was done to the building. a new video of a fire on highway 101 in san jose. the driver swerved across several lames before the car flipped and burst into flames. a good samaritan rush to pull the driver from the burning wreckage.>> it makes you run and help others. >> ultimately our officers conducted a dui investigation and determine the driver was under the influence of alcohol
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and place the driver under arrest. >> reporter: nobody was hurt and all lanes have been reopened. police in antioch looking for gunmen in a deadly new year shooting just before 8:00 last night at the delta pines apartment complex. a 56-year-old man was killed and another victim was rushed to the hospital. one neighbor describes the moments that the shots rang out. >> we open the door and told him to get out of here that we have little kids inside. there was blood all over the floor. we slammed the door and everybody hit the floor we called police.>> reporter: never say they have filed several complaints about crime at the come -- at the apartment complex and they are pushing for security staffing. a car barrels through a homeless encampment running over people as they slept. three people were rushed to the hospital, but incredibly everybody survived.
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the driver fled on foot and was quickly apprehended. investigators are trying to determine if alcohol was a factor in the crash. right now. security teams and istanbul are searching for the attacker who gun down dozens of people celebrating at a new year's -- celebrating new year's at a popular nightclub.>> is riley carlson reports, turkey authorities -- turkish authorities say that the gunmen killed 39 and injured dozens more.>> reporter: victims stumbled into the street on early saturday morning after a deadly shooting at the reina nightclub. a man armed with an assault rifle killed in a -- a policeman and a civilian outside before opening fire on people partying inside. the gunmen was reportedly dressed as santa claus when he sprayed bullets at partygoers celebrating the new year. there were people and i push
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them, this woman says. the smell of gunpowder was everywhere. the bar overlooks the bosphorus straight and people jumped into the water to escape. turkey's interior minister called the attack a masker and inhumane savagery. relatives you -- relatives broke down in tears as coppens arrived at the morgue. the owner of the exclusive nightclub said that authorities had warned of a possible attack. istanbul security team stepped up patrols in the city of 14 million people. authorities vowed to hunt down the killer who they believe acted alone. riley carlson, cbs news, london. the white house condemned the upper -- what it called the horrific terror attack. just weeks ago, people were killed in a double bombing outside of and istanbul soccer stadium. malware link to russian hackers was linked to a vermont
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company. one of the largest utility companies discovered the hack after a warning was issued. the malware was discovered on a single macintosh laptop that was not connected to the grid. the breach comes after dozens of russian officials were forced to leave the u.s. including 4 members of the san francisco consulate staff. this after charges that russia hacked the u.s. election. donald trump says that no computer is safe when it comes to information. >> i tell you what, i don't know where they -- i don't care what they say, no computer is safe. if you have something to share, write it down and send it by courier.>> reporter: he also added that he has major doubts that russia was even involved in the u.s. election. the 2018 governor's race is
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heating up with campaign cash coming in. the former los angeles mayor has raise one point eight $7 million. the la times reports that some contributors include venture capitalists david laud and ryan seacrest. others including governor and -- governor newsom have announced the -- bids as well. so far, no republicans have officially entered the campaign. oakland could become the next bay area city touche -- to cut down on short-term b&b rentals. right now they do not regulate renting space in private homes, but the city council has asked the staff to come up with recommendation -- recommendations. there will be a review on thursday, january 12 in city hall. this comes with high housing
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demands and affordability issues. we all know the traffic is bad in the bay area, but it seems that commutes are getting worse. this is according to a study by caltrans. there are delays for drivers on bay area roads. la county took the top with its share of traffic congestion. santa cleare had 22 percent. san mateo has 11 percent. san francisco surprisingly only had seven percent. the worst day of the week for congestion is hump day, wednesday. sacramento city leaders are speeding ahead to make the streets of the city safe and autonomous for vehicle testing. self driving vehicles can eliminate deadly crashes better than the environment. the cofounder of the uc davis institute of traffic agreed. >> we think you need to experience it to under -- to appreciate the value. >> they don't drink, they don't
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take drugs and they don't text. >> reporter: according to the california dmv, there have been 23 wrecks involving autonomous racks -- vehicles since 2014. in every case, human error was to blame. self driving cars could be seen on the streets by january of next year if approved. lighting up while driving. senator cherry hill jones us in the stadium dashing the studio with the new push to ban pot while driving. a big chill in the bay area. we will have the timing, the amounts and even a chance of snow coming up when we do the forecast. ,,
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sure, you could sit around all night waiting for a pizza to be delivered. but wouldn't making it yourself be a lot more fun? it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. that sound. like nails on a chalkboard. but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury.
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it's illegal to have an open container of alcohol in your car. don't define a new bill at the state capital is dealing with the marijuana version of the open container law. it is illegal to have an open container of alcohol in your car. the current laws do not define what an open container of weed is. the new bill aims to make the word more specific. there will also be wording that clearly bands spot while driving. sates dinner -- state center jerry hill who is behind the bill is joining us
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now. this has to do with proposition 64 in its shortcoming. >> it was passed by the voters a couple of months ago and it would be an infraction if you had an open container of marijuana in your car, but it doesn't say anything about if you are driving and smoking a marijuana cigarette or joint at the same time. there was a loophole there. to make it consistent with drinking and driving and having an open container, that's why we introduced the bill. jeff rosen brought the idea to us. >> reporter: what is the importance of something like that? it may be obvious, but what is the take away here? >> the take away is that if you have an open container that you can go to a restaurant and have a glass of wine and have a bottle left over and if you bring it home, you can stick it in the back seat instead of in the trunk. you can get an infraction for that. it should be the same if you are smoking a joint or drinking
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while driving. we want to make it more serious because that's what it is, a more serious offense.>> reporter: you take drunk driving very sick curiously. with this law -- very seriously. how does this law impact alcohol?>> it right now it is an infraction -- -- right now it is an infraction. if you are drinking and driving, you could be impaired in your ability to drive and we think it should be and misdemeanor or an infraction. let a judge or district attorney decide how serious or egregious the violation is. it could be a misdemeanor. we are trying to add that today. at the end of the day, we want to stop impaired driving. we lose individuals from impaired driving and we want to prevent that. >> reporter: how is it just now coming to the forefront? >> with proposition 64, it was left out. i think it was unintentional. i
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think they thought they covered it by having an open container. in reality, that's not going to work. we need a separate bill and separate legislation and a separate law just like we have with drinking and driving and an open container. two separate violations in two separate laws.>> reporter: you were talking about an infraction and a misdemeanor, how does this change that? >> if you were to have an open container or you are driving or drinking with an open container, it could be at the discretion of the district attorney. you are charged as an infraction or a misdemeanor. it is pretty serious if you are drinking and driving or drinking and smoking marijuana, that is serious. that could impair your driving very easily and quickly. it should be a little more serious than a traffic ticket.>> reporter: it is interesting there are opponents to this bill. you cannot have an open container and drive under the influence. they say it is redundant and why do you need this?>> is the
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same thing with alcohol. we want to be consistent. first that driving is as safe as possible and that the laws consistent. you have drinking and driving and open containers and we want that to be consistent with marijuana. it is not in prop 64 and we want to make sure it is.>> reporter: what is next? >> next is the first committee meeting in april and then it works its way through the legislative process and then we hope to be on the governor's death by september 15. one thing that is on everybody's mind is that if there is going to be a set standard? what is the plan for the state?>> that's the problem. with the level of thc in your body, nobody knows at what point you are impaired as a driver. the technology is trying to catch up with the legislation and the initiative at this point.
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in the next six months to one year, we hope to be able to test that so we can keep people who are impaired off the road and not behind the will -- the wheel. >> that's >> reporter: that can be on your to do list. >> absolutely. now let's turn to the forecast with brian hackney who is tracking what you can expect. good morning and welcome to january. it is cold and it will be that way through much of the upcoming week. low pressure over california and headed to the southland. that keeps us cold and there are showers on the way later today. beginning in the north bay. chilly weather and clouds and some sun later in the day. you can check the forecast to see what is at that's what is happening. at 11:00, we have scattered clouds. look at the top part of your screen at what happens. all of these dots begin happening suggesting scattered showers. not a big rainmaker. just a little bit of rain here
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and there. it's going to be cold next week. mix the cold with the moisture and maybe the bay area will get a dusting of snow. we have patchy showers and clouds for the remainder of the day. voter niners take on the seahawks this afternoon under partly sunny skies. chilly and 52 at game time. at the airport, we have a high of 52. elsewhere, rain in atlanta and sunshine in new york city. not a bad day to travel. the overnight lows tonight down to freezing at santa rosa. 33 of fairfield. as we look at the forecast highs, the temperatures today will be uniformly in the mid- 50s for much of the bay area. here is how it looks with a few scattered showers on monday, tuesday and wednesday with variable clouds and cool temperatures. after a break on thursday and friday, more rain coming in by the we can. have a great beginning to the
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new year. coming up in sports, a turnaround for the spark says -- the sharks as they take on the kings. trent balky and chip kelly will be gone at the end of the season. cooking for others. a bay area man contributing his talents to help organizations in need. ,,,,
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so no matter what your favorite is, you can feel good when non- profits in the east this afternoon the oakland raiders take on the broncos in the today maybe colin kaepernick's last day as a 49er and he may not be alone. the phony niners are expected to clean house that's the 49ers -- the 49ers are expected to clean house including trent baalke and chip kelly. turning now to college football.
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alabama had zero interest in exchanging pleasantries with washington before the playoff game. the crimson tide leading 17-7. running oft or a -- running over a couple of defenders, scarborough ran for 180 yards. they advanced to the national championship game. in the other semi final, clemson. watsons a fuller and the tigers blanked the buckeyes to move on to the final game as well. the sharks finished up their 2016. jeff carter scores on the breakaway giving the two gang -- two-goal lead to the kings. snapping the four-game winning streak. have a happy new year. the oakland raiders take on the broncos.>> we have you covered from denver. >> reporter: rafter -- right after the raiders and the broncos we have the post grain
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-- post game show. jj strokes will be in the studio. raising money with the pancake breakfast or barbecue generally leads to one man. >> he pulls up his mobile kitchen and cooks for free. we have this week's jefferson award winner.>> reporter: global hoxie is a bit of a collector -- lowell hoxie is a bit of a collector. >> i have more in the back. >> reporter: all the pots and pans serve him well. he has been cooking for years. not for money, he never charges a dime. when he volunteers to cook, each event pays for the food and supplies.
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it began in 1985 when he volunteered to cook for a boy scout jamboree. then he built a mobile kitchen using equipment he salvaged. >> i have a kitchen sink that i can set up if you want.>> reporter: he has a barbecue that he built and a mobile kitchen. the word got out.>> a woman called and said, you were there last year. i said yeah and she's that she asked if i could do it again. i said yeah. now if someone has a breakfast, they say, this is the guy you need to call. >> reporter: he has served up so many meals. when you combine that with the pancake breakfast that he has done, there is no telling how many meals he has served.>> it is hard to cook for 400-600 people at one time and i guess i have a knack for it.>> reporter: can hatch has known --
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ken hatch has known lowell hoxie for years.>> you'd have to hire a commercial caterer and that would cost money.>> something that would not be as profitable. people of come from all over. >> reporter: how long will he keep at it? >> as long as i am able to do it physically, i will keep at it. it does get a little tiring. >> reporter: he helps youth groups and nonprofits. the jefferson award goes to lowell hoxie. kpix 5. it is unfair to show us the great-looking food this early in the morning. lowell is not a caterer, he has just generous. to nominate someone for a
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in paris: this was the arc de triomphe. hundreds of thousands of people watched... as lights beamed off the monument. in tokyo: around the world, fireworks lit up the skies to usher in the new year. this was in paris at the arc de triomphe. thousands were watching. in tokyo, thousands of white blues -- balloons were released. in dubai there were fireworks. we want to show you a video that has everybody talking this morning. >> that's right. mariah carey ringing in the new year with an epic lick sink that's lip-synch fail. it looks like somebody dropped the ball. she is doing her best, but she
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ended up apologizing blaming the snafu on a missed sound check. unfortunately, twitter was already a blaze with people pointing out the performance. mariah carey's performance was the 2016 experience wrapped up. this one says everybody is in times square singing mariah carey except mariah carey. >> that's the sort of thing that will live in infamy on the internet for every -- forever. we have a bright moment after a year that a lot of people would like to forget. we have the first new baby of the year.>> that is so exciting. her name is grace emily moreno and she was born exactly 12 seconds after midnight making her the first newborn of 2017.
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the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things. golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things. make the oven one of the things they're most excited to open. it's baking season.
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>> dickerson: today on "face the nation", on the first day of 2017, a look at america. >> on this new year's day we will explore the challenges facing our divided country, and what can be done to forge more unity in 20 speech. >> 2017. >> first a book panel with isabel wilkerson who wrote the warmth of other suns, j.d. vance, author of hillbilly elegy, actor diane guerrero, the author of in the country we love, and amani al-khatahtbeh, who wrote muslim girl, a coming of age. then a panel discussion with journalist michele norris of the race card project, jeffrey goldberg, editor of the atlantic, "washington post" columnist michael gerson and atlantic columnist david frum,

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