tv KPIX 5 News CBS January 28, 2017 11:00pm-11:36pm PST
>> live, from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> now at 11:00, protesters pack into airports, lawyers camp out, vowing their help after dozens of people were detained and kept from entering the country thanks to an order from president trump. >> tonight, the federal judge handed the protesters good news but there's still plenty of questions. i'm brian hackney. >> i'm juliette goodrich. we a also learning one of the people detained is a stanford student. >> we have live team coverage on the travel ban and the protests. first, cate caugurian at sfo where protesters are calling for the release of the detainees. cate? >> reporter: just a short while ago, those protesters shut down a security check point, and dozens of law enforcement officers were lined up in riot gear. we will give you a look at the
scene. you can see the same protesters crowding in front as travelers squeeze through. originally, this group started on the arrival level and moved up to the departure. we know of another group marching around sign ins hand determined to be heard. >> this executive order is tearing families apart. >> this is a racist islamophobic president fulfilling his campaign promise. >> it is outrage. it is un-american. it is not the country we want to be. >> reporter: protester ins the hundreds flooded sfo's terminal outside and in. their weapons, signs, chants, and song. in the sea of people, families waiting for hours for their loved ones to come home. >> he wants to come here and be
educated. he is partway through his studies and can't come back. >> we know that american values speak louder than any executive order and our neighbors and friends are willing to stand with us and protect us from persecution. >> reporter: the sounds of discontent defiant through the terminal. >> two of the families, two of the six detainee that's are there. one said all i want to do is hug my son. i had to walk in the corner. tearing up. >> what did the families say to you? >> they said help us. do something. they said do something. one of them is looking at me to do something. walk in there, break in. get arrested. she wanted me to get arrested. i get it. >> reporter: we have seen several signs by these protesters. some say no borders. the one you are looking at says
no wall. as far as the detainees here, we know of one who has been released. it is unclear how many may be inside or when they will be let go. i did speak to a few protesters here and they tell me they are vowing to stay here overnight until all detainees are released. reporting live at sfo, back to you. >> thanks cate caugurian. we are learning a student from stanford was briefly detained at jfk airport. a university spokesperson said the graduate student is a legal resident of the united states and had been returning for research trips in sedan. upon arrival in new york, she was handcuffed a few hours and released. stanford released a statement reading in part an unfortunate consequence of the new policy means students and scholars from designated countries are detainees in this country. the university of california are telling their students from the middle east to not travel
abroad. they fear if some of them leave the country, they won't be let back in. large crowds of people have gathered late into the night at jfk airport in new york to protest president trump's travel ban. they are holding signs and chanting let them in. 12 people were detained there today including one who worked as ininterpreter for the u.s. military. >> i i have a visa in my pass wort. i work with the u.s. government. i support the u.s. government from the other side of the wall. but when i came here, they said no. they >> upon being released, he still praised america as the land of freedom. president trump's order banned citizens from these seven predominantly muslim countries. it is effective for 90 days and people from syria are banned
indefinitely. andria borba is in our news room with the latest on the legal fight to try to stop it. >> reporter: it was an on call duty judge in the eastern district of new york who granted the injunction request for the immediate stop to the executive order. it cam from the aclu citing the likelihood it violated due process and equal protection guaranteed by the constitution. in two pages federal court judge ann donnelly put a temporary stop to the order. the american civil liberties union rushed into court. >> the judge in a nutshell saw through what the government was doing, and gave us what we wanted which was to block the trump order. block the trump order and not allow the government to remove anybody who has come and is caught up in the order
nationwide. >> reporter: it applies to people trying to get back into the u.s. from the countries listed under the executive order. the wording on judge donnely's junction is of note. the judge actually labels the executive order issued by president trump as misconduct. so, she basically writes in her order, you are stopped, you are enjoined from engaging in these acts and she uses the word misconduct. so, the misconduct is engaging in acts violative of the constitution. all day saturday, there were lawyers like the ones captured in this image from the new york city mayor's office working on the floors of the airport across the country. putting together petitions to get those detained out of custody. >> but our minimum, they will not be returned back to danger. >> reporter: the speed from
which the executive order became the subject of a federal injunction may be unprecedented. >> what just happened is highly unusual and may be just ground breaking. and it may be what is in store. that is coming next. >> reporter: now, the next step will be a hearing in late february about the executive order. from there, either side can appeal to an appellate court and all the way up to the united states supreme court. in the news room, andria borba, kpix5. >> thanks. tonight, google is telling some of its employees traveling overseas to come back home. bloomburg is reporting the company ordered 100 companies to come back to the u.s. over concerns they would be banned from reentering the u.s. under mr. trump's executive order. in a letter to employees, apple ceo tim cook announced he doesn't support president trump's order writing apple wouldn't exist would immigration. let alone thrive and innovate the way we do. our employees represent the finallest talent in the world
and our team hails from every corner of the globe. carter evans has more on silicon valley's vow to fight the immigration plan. >> reporter: the president's aggressive immigration agenda has silicon valley prepares to take on mr. trump. at issue, h1b visas. companies rely on them to recruit top talent from and the world. jessica levenson is a law professor. >> this visa program is i think very much on the table. my guess is it will be changed and it is very much up in the air. >> reporter: currently, the u.s. grants visas to 85,000 foreign workers a year through a lottery. but, a draft of a proposed executive order suggests change is coming. the administration wants to consider ways to make the process for allocating h1b visas more efficient and ensure beneficiaries of the program are the best and the brightest. >> they will be enforced and
enforced strongly. >> reporter: just how the administration would do that is what concerns mike, the chief marketing officer of reduxio,. >> we are looking to recruit at least ten engineers and we cannot afford to slow down. we have to continue to stay ahead of the big guys. >> reporter: more than half of the country's start-up companies worth more than a billion dollars were founded by immigrants. tesla and spacex ceo elon musk is from south africa and microsoft and google also have immigrant ceos . google is concerned, a feeling now prominent in silicon valley. >> even if they are here legally, there is a feeling of paranoia. >> carter evans, cbs news. >> we will continue to follow trump's ban and bring you updates on cbssf.com. crews spent hours searching
for a missing teen from tracy, but there is still no sign of her. jada jenkins went missing after her car crashed into alameda creek. devin fehely shows us her family is not giving up. >> reporter: in the churning muddy water, and in the tangle of trees along the bank, the fierce determination of searchers meets a parent's undying love. >> we have scoured this whole creek from top to bottom. you know, gone over the same spots multiple times. >> reporter: the alameda county sheriff's launched a second official search for jada jenkins. she struck a car and was sent careening off miles canyon road plunging into alameda creek. >> we want to get answers. we sympathize with the family. we have talked to them. >> reporter: jenkins' car was found upside down in the creek,
but rescuers found no sign of her body. they returned with more than 100 trained search and rescue teams. in the meantime, family and friends say they will do for jada what she would do for them. make a long and fruitless search a littleless lonely. >> we are not giving up, you know. we are not giving up hope. but, we are going to find her one way or the other. >> reporter: in fremont, devin fehely, kpix5. >> at this point l is no word on whether the search will resume. a landslide has forced several families from their homes in just days. a hairline crack in the pavement turned into this broken jagged road. at the same time, the foundation under one woman's home completely dropped. two homes have been red flagged by city officials. and still ahead, a skier injured in the sierra back country and hoisted out. >> it is a sea of green and old.
in my future, i'm twice as likely to have a stroke. i'm at higher risk for depression. i'm 26% more likely to develop an irregular heartbeat. i have a 65% higher chance of developing diabetes. no matter who we are, these diseases can be managed or prevented when caught early on. because with better research, the right medicine, and with doctors who help keep me healthy to begin with, we will thrive. a backcountry skier needed a c- h-p airlift... after hurting his leg. it happened around 75-hundred feet between boreal >> hoisted out of the snow, a back country skier needed to be hoisted out in donner lake
yesterday. the group called for help 1:00 p.m. and soon after, a chp helicopter crew was able to swoop in and rescue the injured skier. let's continue this theme back in the bay area. in pacifica, a viewer shot this video of emergency workers rescuing a man from the side of a cliff. he got stuck about 9:00 last night near monterrey road. i is not clear exactly what he was doing there. that man was rescued right below an abandoned apartment complex due to be torn down on monday. the complex at 310 espanade had been built in the 60s and vacant for months teetering on the edge of the cliff. the goal was to tear it down in one day. other neighboring apartments were torn down about a year ago because of cliff erosion. governor jerry brown plans to get further radiation treatment for prostate cancer. it is not extensive and can be treated with a short course of radiotherapy. brown is 78. he plans to keep a full work
schedule during the treatment in late february and early march. first kind of diagnosis of localized cancer in 2012. hordes of baseball fans came to the oakland as fan fest. and we found out the as had a specific reason for hosting it there. >> reporter: it was a sea of green and gold at jack london square today. thousands attended the as fan fest hoping to meet the players and get an off graph. >> reporter: players like sonny gray signed wallets, balls, an bats. it was a family friendly event. a lot of activities geared toward kids and all of this free. >> i'm a really big fan of stump sore i wanted to take a picture of stumper. >> reporter: it was not just
fun and games. the new team president fired up the crowd with one simple question. >> who wants to build a ballpark in oakland? >> reporter: the team is building a ballpark in oakland. a couple of the possible stadium sites are right around the corner from jack london square. >> it allows us to test the infrastructure here at jack london square. how to people get here? do they take bart? do they drive? it was a pretty good dry run for having the ballpark here. >> reporter: the as are taking on a new slogan. commitment to oakland. after the first time in a long time, they shot a bunch of commercials this week throughout oakland. >> we love it here. so, it just makes sense to do these things here. >> reporter: with the raiders asking to move the vegas and the warriors breaking ground in san francisco, the as could soon be the only team left in the east bay. in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix5. >> the team president says they
will announce the site of the ballpark later this year. they don't plan to use any taxpayer money for it. dancer ins lion costumes kicked off lunar new year celebrations in san francisco. children took part in the ceremony at port smith square. mayor ed lee spoke about welcoming in the year of the rooster. two weeks of events will culminate with a big parade on february 11. and the tech festival kicked off at the santa clara county fairgrounds. people were dressed in the clothing of vietnam and catching a fashion show. chinese and vietnamese lunar celebrations are very similar with the family taking center stage. >> of course, it is family. for us, culturally, family is the biggest thing.
traditionally, especially back in vietnam, everybody has about a two to three week vacation and all they do is visit family. during those weeks, they are traveling across the entire country making sure they hit every single relative. >> the festival continues through tomorrow night. i think i have hit every single relative too. >> oh my. >> we get a i along perfectly well. ski resorts are loving. this. the snow pack is 186% of normal statewide for today's date. what a difference a year makes. it is the second snow survey of 2017 scheduled thursday. the water year is shaping up to be one of the wettest ever. and and we will add to it. wednesday, thursday, and friday, more rain will be moving into the bay area. between now and then, we get plenty of sun and we are gazing out at the back to back twin suspension span of the bay bridge. hanging out there in the middle of the bay. concord right now, 41 degrees.
oakland, 49. livermore, 39. san francisco, a balmy 51. santa rosa, 40 degrees. from high atop the west coast, you can't see it but it is influencing our weather, invisibly. high pressure is right over the bay area. as a result, the pressure is up. temperatures follow suit. some places will be in the mid 60s tomorrow. most of us will be in the upper 50s and low 60s . sunny and mild until midweek. temperatures will dive down into the 40s by the time sun raise hits tomorrow morning. futurecast, here is the time lapse of the way the sky should look tomorrow. except for a few high clouds at the top of the screen. that's about it. what do we expect? mostly clear and cool. sunny and mild. rain come back wednesday. wednesday, thursday, and friday will be wet. it will be cold. santa rosa down to 35. fairfield, 34. and if you are headed out of the bay area. partly cloudy skies will greet
you from eureka in the north to fresno in the south. we will be looking for sunshine between now and tuesday. we increase clouds. rain, not a huge maker. it will be wet. and saturday, we will back off and go back to partly cloudy skyings just in time for the weekend. that is some good news. and here is more. >> yeah, magic in motion. oracle arena, hosted a performance for the ages that may be talked about for years. a moment when the dubs really came together. and shined. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
i'm not talking about this...no my friends... >> nba up top. the warriors, just when you thought you had seen it all, i'm not talking about this. no my friends. i mean this block party at one end. and why not? draymond green. finish him! warriors up 14 on the clippers and it was only the beginning. final minute of the half. kevin durant, a left-handed rip. kd scored 23 on nine of 11 shooting but we will always remember this one. steph curry, good as it goes. half court, number with style. points, 72 and one-half. 21 point lead. curry really got going. picking his shots. this one put him up 33.
he scored 25 in the third. 43 for the game. sat out the fourth quarter. golden state now 40 and 7 on the strength of steph curry. they roll the clippers, 144-98. >> it is like, it is a great chance we are going to go. and i was directly behind. once he let the ball go, i knew it would be a spectacular play. >> you are thinking about it during halftime. i came out and made my first shot in the third quarter. that just continued. we were able to keep that energy as a group. and have an amazing third quarter. >> i don't know, people write this. but, like, steph, what does that mean? i have read it. okay? well, whatever that means, i think that is what happened. [ laughter ] >> i'm no steph curry. but, i'm just getting started. ahead, while the men's final is an hour away, what a show put
lifeline. big bucket. calvin herimon at a key moment late. they won it 72-59. two weeks from tonight, they host gonzaga. pacific needed all the mojo it could get, but it wasn't enough. ronnie boys picked it clean. usf won 81-60. evening their west coast conference record at 5-5. mark pugh of the bulldogs, third ranked. up against pepperdine. a lot of above the rim play. 32 point lead. gonzaga won. they are 22-0. they will likely be the number one team of the nation when the new polls come out on monday. serena on the right. and venus williams. australian open. women's final. first time since 2009 they faced each other in a grand slam final. you see the ace by serena and
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>> all the excitement after the warriors game. i mean, what was the secret with steph tonight? ingly don't know. he was just feeling it. sometimes the guys get in a zone. just when you done think they can get to another level, there they are. he was up there. >> that makes it fun to watch. >> he is merely a superstar other nights. tonight, he had a cape on. >> thank you very much for watching. our next newscast tomorrow morning at 7:30. ,,,,,,,,
kandi, kandi, listen to me. our divorce does not have to be adversarial. bet she won't know that word. no, not "ads for cereal." told ya. do you know it? that wasn't the bet. oh, come on. you're being very unfair. i love chester as much as you do. oh. oh, really? oh, well, then maybe you can explain to me why i'm the one who feeds chester, gives chester tick baths and cleans up when chester piddles on the rug. when'd you change your name to chester? and it's not just me. jake loves that dog, too. no, i don't. he slobbers and he threw up in my shoe. i had a date like that once. you'd think it would have slowed me down, but no. all right, all right, can i at least talk to him? my father talks to dogs and they send me to a psychologist. hello, chester? it's daddy!