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marching right now... at the state's capitol. with a message for governor jerry brown.. on, now from all over california including the bay area marching right now at the state capital with a message for governor brown. good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. demonstrators are urging lawmakers to pass two bills that would protect muslims and
immigrants. kpix 5's maria medina is in san jose where hundreds left this morning for a rally. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: before this man boarded the bus from san jose today, he shared what he claims he sees every day among family and friends. [ speaking spanish ] >> family is terrorized. by the actions that the president has taken. >> reporter: hundreds from the bay area, san jose, morgan hill, oakland and san francisco left this morning to head to the capital where 1500 statewide with expected to take part in what's being called the day of action. >> we will not stand for any law or force, federal or local, that is meant to divide us. >> reporter: want to let you know when the next bus is ready. >> reporter: crystal says their goal as to urge lawmakers to pass the california values act, which says no local or state resources will help the feds with mass deportations.
the group also wants to see the religious freedom act passed which bans a muslim registry. >> people scared to go to the grocery store to get out of their homes, it's that fear of i.c.e. coming in, of families being separated. >> reporter: in fact, he says people are so fearful of deportation, some are too afraid to share their stories on camera when kpix 5 asked for an interview. >> it breaks my heart. it breaks my heart. i know -- i know some of these people. >> reporter: alice lynch who is rallying today says their message is clear as well as loud because of their numbers. >> i do believe that numbers matter, that people do pay attention when people show up. [ speaking spanish ] >> essentially, we're the lifeblood of the economy. >> reporter: and a group who left san jose this morning as part of a faith-based grassroots organization. after the rally in sacramento they plan to hand over 62,000 signatures to the governor's office in support of the california values act. in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. president trump kicks off a
busy day on the road with a trip to michigan to speak with leaders in the ought tro industry but as craig boswell reports, questions are swirling about his taxes after portions of his 2005 returns were released to the media. >> reporter: president trump arrived in michigan for meetings with automakers. general motors announced wednesday morning it plans to add or retain another 900 jobs across three michigan facilities over the next year before leaving dc, president trump sent out a tweet calling his leaked tax returns fake news. >> came in the mail over the transom and there's absolutely nothing improper about journalists if you haven't solicited something getting it over the transom. it's entirely possible that donald sent this to me. >> reporter: david cay johnston unveiled the first two pages of mr. trump's return on rachel maddow's msnbc show showing president trump paid $38 million in taxes on an income of more than $150 million.
that's a tax rate of 25.3%. the white house confirmed the numbers in a statement. but said the president paid no more tax than legally required. after leaving michigan, president trump heads to tennessee to help sell the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare to the public. even after meeting with president trump tuesday, conservative lawmakers rallied against the republican plan outside the u.s. capitol wednesday. >> the leadership in the house is weak kneed so they are giving you something that's half as much as obamacare but doesn't fix the problem. >> reporter: vice president mike pence is making his case for house republicans to support the bill with a series of meetings on capitol hill today. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. today the president is also expected to announce a new review of federal auto fuel economy and emissions rules. automakers have been waiting for the review for weeks. they argue cheap gas will make it hard for them to sell as many efficient vehicles as they need to in order to meet
regulations. the review opens the door to lower fuel economy requirements and less stringent controls on carbon dioxide emissions. new at noon the justice department announcing charges against four men for hacking millions of yahoo users. yahoo had already suspected that hackers sponsored -- were responsible for breaking into 500 million accounts and stealing personal data. today the justice department charged two agent of russian's federal security service along with another man from russia and one from kazakhstan. this is the first criminal case the u.s. has ever brought against russian officials. [indiscernible name] and [indiscernible name] both officers protected, directed, facilitated and paid criminal hackers to collect information through computer intrusions in the united states and elsewhere. >> an internal inquiry at yahoo found that some senior executives knew about the breach soon after it happened but did little to investigate.
yahoo's top lawyer resigned and ceo marissa mayer lost some compensation. she will be stepping down soon. this afternoon we are learning more about an east bay elementary school with a possible norovirus outbreak. as kpix 5's anne makovec reports, dozens of kids are sick at home. >> reporter: all classrooms of dublin elementary school are getting a thorough cleaning today after what appears to be a norovirus outbreak that dozens of kids got sick from. >> i came out of the house and then blah! >> that's terrible. >> reporter: typical stomach bug symptoms and it spread quickly. >> my wife has it at home. >> reporter: students in the fifth grade classroom started getting sick on friday, so the district sent home notices telling parents to keep their kids home after they have nausea or diarrhea. >> they have been communicating pretty much daily on the progress and what they are doing to clean things.
>> reporter: including doubling their custodial staff. 70 students called out on monday twice the number of normal, yesterday it was 47. so far only has been diagnosed with norovirus. >> it's up to families if they want to go and get the test that confirms the diagnosis. >> reporter: the freemans are sure they had it but are much better today. >> i'm really glad it's gone. >> reporter: the school district wants any kid that has a stomach bug to stay home for 48 hours after those symptoms disappear. of course, the school loses money from the state for every absence but is now looking to see if there's any waiver for an outbreak. in dublin, anne makovec, kpix 5. for more information on the norovirus from the cdc, go to our website, cbssf.com and click on "links and numbers." we're learning more about a deadly shooting in fremont. we now know a police officer shot and killed a woman. it all happened around 5 p.m. last night outside an apartment complex on carlos boulevard. police say that they tried to
pull over a car that was reportedly stolen. when the suspects tried to escape, officers started shooting. one woman died, one man was arrested, another man is on the run. a hearing in sacramento today three months after the ghost ship warehouse fire killed 36 people in oakland. a special oversight hearing is looking at how such tragedies can be prevented in other work buildings throughout california. the main goal is to create policies for better building inspection and code enforcement without overburdening tenants and property owners. >> this devastating event may have happened in great city of oakland but we know this tragedy could take place in any number of localities across the golden state. in fact, we believe there are thousands of buildings similar to the ghost ship up and down california. >> oakland's assistant city administrator is testifying today along with state fire officials and the father of the
victim. the fire in december was the deadliest in oakland history. new data on express lanes along i-580 shows drivers commute habits. they have been in operation for over a year. drivers have made 7 million trips and just this past january there were more than 27,000. traffic moved in those lanes between 5 and 23 miles an hour faster. here's a breakdown of where the trips originated: gin at the start of the express lane... and 45 percent from the tri- valley. solo drivers pay the tolls with a flex tag. and the amount ranges from two to nine dollars... depending on the level of congestion on the freeway. we've learned the bay are is home to the most visited national park in the country.. stole low drivers paid with flex tags and it depends on the amount of congestion on the freeway. the bay area is the home of the most visited national park. the golden gate national
recreation area welcomed 19 million visitors in 2016. it's 82,000 acres and 60 miles of coastline from marin all the way down to san mateo. that includes muir woods, marin headlands and lands end. in the east bay, a water district serving pleasanton will decide whether to provide financial help to repair erosion. homeowners along foothill road have seen their backyards essentially disappear in recent months. they think the zone 7 water agency should cover the cost of repairs. this morning in vacaville, rescue teams have confirmed the missing sea lion has been reemerged from a drainage pipe but they aren't sure where he is right now. the marine mammal center says mr. leisure, that's his name, has been showing off since i took a wrong turn and they are hoping to find him very soon. millions of people are digging out from a snowstorm that dumped more than 2 feet of snow in the northeast. we'll take a look at the clean- up. >> and the viral interviewed family is back.
across the northeast this afternoon.. blizzard warnings remain for parts of new england and upstate new york.. temperatures and ice are a concern across the northeast this afternoon. blizzard warnings remain for parts of new england and upstate new york. and in massachusetts, i atractor-trailer lost traction and spun out on a major bridge. forecasters report 70-mile-per- hour wind gusts along with a quicks of heavy snow caused whiteout conditions. and the huge pine tree came crashing through a roof into a little girl's bedroom. >> so i went to the attack and
through my daughter's bedroom window but no one was hurt. >> the storm continues to affect travel today. more than 1100 flights already canceled. new at noon, a just released study on premature babies highlights the importance of skin-to-skin contact with their parents. researchers looked at the long- term benefits of something called kangaroo care. that's when premature and low birth weight babies get constant contact to maintain healthy body temperatures. a study shows babies who got that care are thriving 20 years later. >> having better jobs, having higher functioning society, making more money and having more normal behavior. >> i think this is my way [ indiscernible ] [ heavy accent ] >> there's no better feeling than just having them [ indiscernible ] that's amazing. >> the study also suggests that families trained in kangaroo care are more likely to stay together and be more protective and nurturing. more and more men are
cleaning out their closets and turning them into a dream space otherwise known as man caves. converting the bedroom closets into mini man caves is a growing trend from large walk- ins to more common sizes. some guys making reading nooks, otherwise a place to hide prized possessions. >> everyone wants to feel like they are in a calm space where they can unwind. >> coming in here for five minutes like i want to feel like i'm home, right, like this is just my little mancave. >> one closet designers says no matter the shape or what amenities are chosen it can be turned into a sanctuary. >> i wish i had a closet that big. mine is two-by-four. >> exactly. >> i just want to know where the female cave? where's that? no answer. >> i'm sure you got one. >> i have a few. the family involved in bbc's recent viral interview is talking about the blooper. >> professor robert kelly says he simply forgot to lock the
door. >> relations with the north may change? >> um, i would be surprised if they do. laugh -- [ laughter ] >> pardon me. [ laughter ] >> my apologies. >> i watched it a million times. kelly was talking about south korea when his kids and wife came running into his office. look at his daughter. i love the way she walks in any event the professor says he was worried the bbc would never call him again. >> my real life sort of punched through the fake cover i had created for television. right? there i am in my suit, delivering my talking points or whatever. and then suddenly reality bursts in. >> kelly says his daughter was in a good mood after having a birthday party at school that day and his wife deserves a medal for her valiant efforts. >> did you see that cute little glasses that girl was wearing?
>> yes. >> no to those kids, don't mess with mom. listen to her. >> you see what happens. [ laughter ] >> i know. roberta, i just love that. that's how you come into the studio every day. >> that's her sugar high. she has cupcakes at school for her birthday is what she had! [ laughter ] hi, everybody. can you imagine what a difference a day makes from yesterday's abundance of sunshine and all the way through to the mid-80s to now i started up the live kpix 5 high- def doppler radar picking up precipitation in petaluma. moderate rainfall in point arena all from a weak disturbance going south. precipitation wants to fall apart. but we could see a stray shower or sprinkles. here's our live weather camera looking out towards the bay bridge. mostly cloudy conditions, we have the return of the marine layer along the coast and this is inland. mount vaca, can you see mount diablo in the background? under partly to mostly cloudy skies, we have two different things going on. we have the marine layer and then we have this weak
disturbance bringing us that cloud cover. temperatures are now 50s and 60s. and that's okay. we are typically in the 60s this time of the year. but numbers coming down today 5 to 10 degrees in comparison to yesterday. so light showers possible throughout the day and evening. mild temperatures thursday. more rain slated for sunday evening into monday and tuesday. now, here's the weak disturbance. and it has been providing rain showers all morning around the northwestern section of the state of california swinging towards the bay area. our computer models say it wants to fall apart. some light rain showers in the north bay but that's it. cloudy thursday morning. thursday afternoon filtered sunshine. and then sunshine through st. patrick's day. statewide, 83 fresno. rain to the north. clouds over the greater lake tahoe area at 55 mild degrees. no need for chains this weekend. our temperatures in the 60s and
in the 70s. we'll see by sunset tonight that stray shower important. your extended forecast, the temperatures are still mild on thursday, friday especially. clouding up on the last day of winter with rain possible in the evening. first day of spring, springtime showers brings those may flowers. partly cloudy on st. patrick's day but all the way up to the low 80s inland. let's take a look at how stocks did this afternoon. the dow is up right now 119 points. >> stick around for today's word of the day from a local celebrity as we get ready for the bay area's annual spelling bee this weekend. >> and we want to know what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com and we may feature your school on the show. 'll be right back. >> tune in tomorrow morning to see this week's "cool school." we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
spellers are doing this week as they prepare for the c-b-s bay area spelling bee. all right. time now to think about spelling. that's what the bay area top spellers are doing this week as they prepare for the cbs bay area spelling bee. and today we have asked jane from alice 97.3 to play along and we asked her if she could spell a japanese word for a small passenger vehicle that's pulled by a man. >> kuruma? >> ding, ding! >> yeah!
[ laughter ] >> i love her laugh. she did such a good job. let's see if our student spellers get it right too. >> she is a from dublin. [ spelled it correctly ] [ chanting ] >> watch the spelling bee saturday at noon on kbcw 44/cable 12 or see the live stream on our website, cbssf.com/live. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
startup says it's made the world's first lab-grown chicken strip. how they make it... and what it tastes like... it could revolutionize the meat street. a bay area startup says it made the world's first lab grown chicken strip. how they make it and what it tastes like. coming up today at 5:00. new video today at noon of a mountain lion showing mercy. a camera set up in sunol regional wilderness caught the interaction. it crouches down, looking like it's going to attack but look at that. instead, having a late-night
snack she just lets the possum walk away unharmed. >> strange. >> he probably ate the sister or brother before that. >> you never know. >> i don't think he was in the mood for possum. >> that's where i run and hike and that's my only fear, mountain lions. [ laughter ] >> now we can prove it's there. i hope it shows me some mercy! have a great day. ,,
[ chatter ] >> steffy: thank you. >> liam: thank you. >> steffy: mmm. >> liam: so, did you get much sleep last night? >> steffy: uh, kinda, but i'm just -- i'm so excited. >> liam: oh, me, too. >> steffy: it won't be long before i'm mrs. liam spencer. >> liam: can't wait. >> brooke: my gosh. you ate all your -- >> ridge: give me that. >> brooke: no, that's -- >> ridge: why do you want me to eat all the pineapple? >> katie: can't be easy for you. >> brooke: [ laughs ] oh, before we left, i forgot to tell you, r.j. sent an e-mail. >> ridge: what'd it say? >> brooke: "happy eloping. watch out for the kangaroos. love, your dear son." >> ridge: that crazy kid. >> brooke: [ chuckles ]