tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS January 26, 2017 4:30am-5:01am PST
glowing but the marine layer has taken over. can't see it now. good morning, it's thursday, january 262017, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> the fog is in the bay. when you get that little fickle finger of fog that moves toward emeryville that's what's happening. >> i love how you explain that. >> i wanted to jump into it and talk about today foggy start cold start temperatures 30s 50s, topping off into the 50s. a little bit of clouds friday, as well. sunshine for sunday and monday. we are going to talk about the chances of rain pushing back into the bay area. but first here's roqui with traffic. >> thank you, roberta. we have some things to update you on this morning. this closure on westbound 37 since a couple of weeks ago after all these storms thinks still closed and traffic is
diverted off at atherton avenue. it's eastbound 37 is now open. roadwork on 880 in both directions in san leandro. actually, this is not 880. this is 238. so northbound 238 between stevenson boulevard and highway 92, the san mateo bridge and southbound between whipple and [ indiscernible ] roadwork. president trump will address republicans gathered for their policy retreat in pennsylvania after he signed two executive orders one to slash federal money to immigrant-protecting sanctuary cities and another to jump- start building the wall on the u.s./mexico border. but the president of mexico is saying that he regrets and
rejects president trump's decision. kpix 5's betty yu on the showdown over the proposed barrier at the border. >> the secretary of homeland security working with myself and my staff will begin immediate construction of a border wall. >> reporter: the executive order lays out the administration's plan to construct a physical wall along the shared border with mexico. at 5,000 border -- add 5,000 border patrol agents to the 17,000 already policing it and build facilities to jail those who illegally cross it. >> the day is over when they can stay in our country and wreak havoc. >> reporter: president trump told abc's david muir, mexico will pay for the wall eventually. >> so the american taxpayer will pay for the wall at first. >> all it is, is we'll be reimbursed at a later date from whatever transaction we make from mexico. >> reporter: mexican president enrique pena yee netto was quick to respond [ speaking spanish ]
>> reporter: he said mexico does not believe in the wall. i said it over and over get. mexico will not pay for any wall. in addition to the wall, the president also said torture is effective in the war on terror. >> i have spoken as recently as 24 hours ago with people at the highest level of intelligence and i asked them the question, does it work? does torture work? and he answer was yes. absolutely. >> reporter: mr. trump says that he will consult with his defense secretary and cia director before authorizing any so-called enhanced interrogation techniques. betty yu, kpix 5. as we mentioned,the president is also going to crack down on sanctuary citieses. but as kpix 5's christin ayers shows us, some bay area mayors are fighting back. >> reporter: mayors of the bay area's three biggest cities are defiant refusing to back down after president trump will cut millions of dollars in federal
funding from sanctuary cities. tough talk from the mayors of san francisco. >> we are and continue to be a sanctuary city. >> reporter: san jose. >> this doesn't change the way we're going to police our city. >> reporter: and oakland. >> we want oaklanders to know that their city government is committed to protecting them. >> reporter: after president trump signed an order to slash federal funding from sanctuary cities. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the opponents of the executive order surrounded san francisco city hall. san francisco gets about $1 billion in federal funds for health, housing, transportation an fighting homelessness. oakland gets 130 million. of that, 17 million pays for programs for low income preschoolers. >> how eliminating head start in oakland makes america safer i do not know. >> reporter: san jose mayor sam liccardo says he is prepared to fight back. >> courts are clear that the constitution says that congress and the president cannot, um,
use federal money for unrelated purposes as a lever to get cities or counties to comply. >> reporter: and schaaf is already working on a backup plan. >> we will be analyzing what our highest priorities so that if the city of oakland does need to backfill for some of these critical services we know which we will do first, how we will pay for them and what that impact will be. >> reporter: president trump did specify that grants to law enforcement would be exempt from any cuts. in oakland, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> one of those mayors ed lee of san francisco will deliver his annual address later this morning. we will discuss the state of -- he will -- lee will discuss the state of san francisco at the hibernia bank on jones street at 11 a.m. all eyes on the stock market when it opens in two hours after the dow made history yesterday climbing past the 20,000 mark. the milestone leaves the dow up more than 1700 points since president trump's stunning victory in november. time now 4:35. get a check of weather with
roberta. >> i think i need a bigger box. what do you think? >> you think so? >> all of a sudden i'm shorter. in the real world this is not true. [ laughter ] >> but now what's funny -- >> these two are very competitive. >> i do look taller. >> she is very petite. i usually tower over her. >> i wouldn't say tower. >> i think i'm the tallest on the set. >> we have this argument all the time. [ laughter ] good morning. rise and shine! and bundle up. its another cold start to your day. we have a little bit of a difference. temperatures not as cold as 24 hours ago due to the influx of a layer of clouds. currently 37 degrees in santa rosa. it's in the mid-30s around redwood city. 40 in livermore compared to 24 hours ago at 33 degrees. satellite-radar there's the deal. we do have a very vigorous area of low pressure to the north of the bay area. it is just tossing a few scattered light showers over our north bay coast central waters.
a chance of a light passing shower in the far reaches of the north bay but the bottom line is partly to mostly cloudy skies. temperatures today into the 50s around the immediate seashore. peninsula highs into the mid- 50s from los altos through woodside into pescadero. 57 degrees in san jose through cupertino and campbell. 56 milpitas, union city and newark. temperatures today east of the bay with the wind up to 15 only into the low and mid-50s. good morning to you in brentwood at 53 degrees back through discovery bay. low 50s common from stinson beach with the cloud cover in bodega bay to 54 with partly cloudy skies in napa. and you have mostly cloudy skies today in windsor at 58. weekend is right around the corner! we have that forecast coming up. right now, here's rock- alicious! >> thank you, roberta. it's 4:37. here's our bay area roads. starting in marin county a closure after the series of storms we have had there's been flooding in the area of westbound 37 at atherton avenue so chp is diverting traffic
still there so you have a direct route to 101. but eastbound 37 is now open. so that's the update for you if you are headed on the vallejo novato commute and marin county into san francisco here's a look at the golden gate bridge looking good. okay. moving over to oakland, roadwork on northbound 880 and this is from 29th to 23rd avenue that left lane is the only lane open until 6 a.m. and then also in the hayward- fremont area on 880 in both directions, the northbound side of 880 between stevenson boulevard and highway 92 the san mateo bridge. then the southbound 880 between whipple and stevenson two left lanes until 5 a.m. closed. at the peninsula here the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, you have a normal commute of 15 minutes. in castro valley a massive tree coming loose and crashes down on a woman's car. kpix 5's joe vazquez shows us why pulling her to safety wasn't so simple for the crews. >> reporter: this is crow canyon road right here behind me. this is where a woman was driving and a large tree came
crashing down on her car. as you can see, the tree is leaning on some power lines. that has knocked out some of the electricity in the area. the driver was stuck in her car for some time as first responders and pg&e had to come and deenergize the power lines before she could walk out. >> were you scared? >> yes. >> reporter: fortunately for the driver she is going to be okay. she had a cut on her head but wasn't hospitalized. in castro valley i'm joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> after an extensive search bay area rescue teams are not looking for a missing kayaker. kent maldonado's kayak capsized tuesday. he searched through the night and for much of the day along the alameda creek but he still hasn't been found. a vacaville mom is feeling relief at last since the man suspected of killing her daughter 34 years ago is now behind bars. back in 1982, deanna lynn johnson disappeared after going to a party by her home.
her body was found the next day down the road. she had been beaten and strangled. friends believe that 17-year- old marvin markle was behind the crime. he was convicted of a separate murder in 2001 and testimony in the trial linked him to her death. >> today is not a celebration. but it is a significant day. >> i remember at one point he said to me, you'll never get me mary after he was spitting on me. and i said, oh, count my words, honey. i will get just since markle was a teenager at the time, he will appear in juvenile court today before being sent to adult court for an arraignment. fans and friends are paying tribute this morning to mary tyler moore one of televisions's most beloved stars. the 80-year-old died yesterday at a connecticut hospital. roxana saberi reports. reporter: in minneapolis home to the mary tyler moore sitcom fans paid tribute to the star they say entertained and inspired them. >> the notion of a single
professional woman making her way in the world is a great thing to remember. >> reporter: she was born in new york. >> she always seemed like she was in charge. >> reporter: and in hollywood where she shot to fame. >> she was the kind of woman i wanted to be. >> oh, rob! >> reporter: the kind of woman moore portrayed on the dick van dyke show in the '60s chipping away at the stereotype of the typical stay-at-home mom and in the '70s see what played a journalist living on her own. >> originally, they wanted to have me divorced from somebody. and cbs said no, no, no. you can't do that. they will think she is divorced from dick van dyke. that would have been bad. [ laughter ] >> reporter: after the news of her death on wednesday, celebrities responded on twitter. dick van dyke wrote, there are no words. she was the best. we always said that we changed each other's lives for the better. others remembered moore as a role model for women. oprah wrote even now look at
this picture i want to cry. we'll love her forever. roxana saberi, for cbs news, new york. cbs chairman and ceo leslie moonves says mary tyler moore was a once in a generation talent one of the very best to ever grace our airwaves. ♪[ music ] time now 4:42. a new san jose councilman is channeling his inner superhero. why he took his oath with a "captain america" shield next.
white house, to unfurl a banner that read "resist." as k-p-i-x five's andria borba reports... some bay area proteste t. some protestors climbed a crane near the white house to unfurl a banner. andria borba reports. >> reporter: with the white house as the foreground, greece peace protestors unfurled a 70- foot banner from a construction crane easily seen from the white house with a one word message: resist. >> i know you guys are probably able to find better pictures of this, um, online right now?
but this is my view. >> reporter: among the greenpeace protestors, nancy peelly from san francisco. >> and the banner is a handwritten message to the people of the u.s. and of the world. we are hoping that people are looking up today and seeing the resistance is strong. >> reporter: the banner billowed in win off the potomac on the cold dc morning. >> it was a little chilly this morning when we arrived at the crane site. but it was a lot chillier in the oval office when president trump decided to sign those executive orders reinstating the keystone pipeline, reinstating the north dakota pie line. >> reporter: in videos posted to facebook live they gave their reasons for the message strung over the heart of democracy. >> the default position of this administration is to bury their heads in the sand and act in denial during the largest
crisis that humanity has ever faced, then our default position must be fearless resistance. >> reporter: the term resistance has been thrown around in online communities since president trump was elected. the flag strung 270 feet in the air according to organizers is the next step to follow up to inaugural protests and the women's march that happened last week. >> the resistance is strong. and, um, [ inaudible ] we have to conquer our fears. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: nd ria borba, kpix 5. >> the protestors were charged with second-degree burglary, unlawful entry and destruction of property. time now 4:46. chilly this morning but it felt a little warmer than yesterday when i was driving into the city. >> good call. you can feel it when you're
driving in. >> i look at the thermostat and the temperature gauge on the dashboard. >> just playing with you there. [ laughter ] >> that's all. >> not me. i have the heater blasting. >> i had the bun warmer. >> oh, i love those. >> i use the car seat heater, too. >> i thought it was bun warmer. okay, no. [ laughter ] >> equipped with a bum warmer. >> not as cold this morning as it was 24 hours ago due to the influx of clouds passing overhead. morning, everybody. this is our live weather camera. look how calm the bay waters are. we can see the very tip-top of the bay bridge so no fog has saturated that particular area as of yet. we do have some stratus around the bay area primarily in our inland areas. now, currently temperatures are in the 30s and 40s. it is in the mid-30s around redwood city. here's our satellite and radar and yes, we have a pretty vigorous area of low pressure out over the pacific ocean. it is right about here are. ahead of it we do have a stream of some clouds stacked up next to the cows. we have some precipitation lining the northwestern section of the state of california.
satellite and radar here is the core of the center of the area of low pressure. that is the frontal boundary. it wants to bring significant rainfall but banking off that blocking ridge of high pressure as that comes closer to the bay area. futurecast keeps all the rain out over the coastal waters today. there could be one of those little renegade showers that works its way into the far north bay. other than that, pretty decent day today. overall we'll have a few clouds drifting overhead. friday nothing but high pressure overhead and what do you see? absolutely nothing by lunchtime. people might even start their weekend early because the weather is going to be great. today around the state 50s throughout the central valley. we have a fog advisory in place for dense tule fog with limited visibility from stockton, merced, modesto. 30s today in the high sierra. official sunrise at 7:19. it sets at 5:26. i bet you notice as soon as
that sun sets, it cools off rapidly. temperatures overnight into the 30s and 40s. today's high temperatures couple of degrees below where it should be for this 26th day of the month. 50s across the board. 56 to vallejo, benicia, martinez. antioch, concord, 54 degrees. here's your extended forecast. we have sunshine from friday through the weekend. we'll even toss in monday, tuesday. rain returns right here to the bay area next wednesday. have yourself a terrific thursday! roqui? >> thank you, roberta. we have to take advantage of the sunny weekend. okay, it's 4:49. we'll take a look at the roads. you're looking good out the door and if you are heading into san francisco, the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights are not on so don't expect any delays there. on 80 westbound from the carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze, that will be your normal commute of about 18 to 20 minutes n oakland we have roadwork until 6 a.m. northbound 880 from 29th to 23rd avenue. left lane open here. and that's until 6 a.m. so watch out for cones out there. on the nimitz freeway here's a look at it live from 238 in san
leandro to the maze, that's going to be 16 minutes. okay. moving over to the peninsula commute from hayward to foster city, a quick 13 minutes across the span of the san mateo bridge. and we have slow conditions along the altamont pass. but not as bad as it could be. you have 36 miles per hour coming out of 205 out of tracy so north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will take you up to 25 minutes. then it frees up through livermore. so mass transit is all on time, bart, ace, muni and caltrain. that's your traffic. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. in silicon valley, a city council member decided that his third swearing-in ceremony could showcase a little more of his personality. kpix 5's kiet do shows us why this comic book fan has now scored national attentio. >> first we'll administer the oath. >> reporter: when the mayor called lan diep to come in and get sworn in as a san jose council member he began fumbling with something under his desk. it soon became obvious that this wouldn't be a typical
boring ceremony. >> i lan diep -- >> reporter: deip donned an authentic and expensive exact movie replica of "captain america"'s metallic red, white and blue shield. >> so this is it. >> reporter: we caught up with the 32-year-old council member in his office the next day. by then, the story had gone national, covered by the "daily mail," comicbook.com and the "washington post" which said the comic book nerd won a city council seat. he has been a life-long fan and since the swearing-in ceremony on tuesday was actually his third one, he figured, why not make it memorable? >> that i will support and defend -- >> i wanted to get people thinking, talking obviously, but also curious about what would -- what else happens inside san jose city hall. >> i will strive to conduct myself. >> reporter: a week ago he was sworn in formally where he promised to car i are outthe duties of his -- carry out the duties of his office with dignity. >> reporter: do you think yesterday was dignified? >> i don't think it was undignified. [ laughter ]
>> i mean, this is a "captain america" shield. it stands for something. it stands for democracy, for equal justice for fair play. it's not like i wear a batman mask into chambers and i -- and i degraded the proceedings somehow. >> thank you. >> congratulations. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the mayor says a little levity is welcome. >> if they make me wear a cape then i'll be concerned about the dignity of the office but we're fine. >> wow, it's great. >> really? >> yes. >> why? >> well, it means that, you know, he will be there to help all of us. >> reporter: in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> the shield works. >> captain san jose. >> yeah, there you go. time now 4572. the book 1984 hits shelves years ago but it is popular again. we'll tell you why next. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com. we may come and featu re your school on the show. school on the show.
could be a solution to traffic problems. yesterday, he announced on social media... he ee lonnie quinn apparently believes that tunnels could be -- elon musk apparently believes that tunnels could be the solution to traffic tunnels. he says he has made progress and plans to start digging in the los angeles area in about a month. >> it's great. >> do you think he is serious or kidding? >> probably kidding. >> when asked about the tunnel's location he said it would be near his spacex office in hawthorne. there's no indication though that he has applied for permits. it's a classic novel required reading in high school for decades and now it's a best- seller again and some believe the trump administration is the reason why. the book "1984" features a future world where society is
controlled by a totalitarian government, facts are censored and truth is rewritten. the book is number one on amazon's best-seller list. it's in such demand, the publisher penguin is having trouble keeping up. >> i think people are buying it as a warning as a sense of trying to understand what happens when a government is actually kind of blatantly dissimulating facts and asking people to believe them as truth and not backing down when there's evidence to the contrary. >> this is not the first time it saw a spike in sales. the book became popular again in 2013 after edward snowden leaked information about nsa surveillance. if you are head to houston for super bowl li it will cost big time. a ticket to the game between the falcons and the patriots ranges from $2,800 to $11,000. priceline says that three star hotels near the stadium average about $700 a night. and if you are the type of person who prefers to watch the super bowl for the commercials,
listen up. for the first time ever a company will actually run a live commercial during the big game. a commercial from snickers will feature adam driver and other less famous drivers. snickers hasn't said what the commercial will be about. but they did drop some hints. there's some kind of showdown between some stunt horses and even a dead cowboy. >> hm. all right. 4:57. more protests overnight with hundreds gathering outside the gop meeting in philadelphia. their demands just ahead. >> and president trump is going to slash millions of dollars in federal funding for sanctuary cities. coming up, we have reaction from local mayors who say they plan to stand defiant. ,,
let's head outside take a look at the conditions. let's take a live look at the bay bridge this morning. how is the drive over on the bridge this morning? fine. don't have to deal with the fog? >> no. my son drove me into work this morning. and boy, he is an excellent driver. we came in on the freeway 62 miles per hour. >> mom, i'm being safe. >> oh, yes, you are. >> are you like my mom and go oh!! >> i put my arm out! >> i got to see the whole skyline is what i was saying because it was just take your time. >> i just kind of broke a foot down here. that's about it. i can't drive