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♪ changes . >> the world is mourning a music legend today. the tributes to david bowie pouring in after he lost his battle with cancer. >> lots of activity is happening out at levi stadium for super bowl 50. but the kids who play soccer next door say they're being pushed aside because of the big game. we'll tell you what's the latest, what's happening today between the lawsuit between nfl and soccer. "mornings on 2" continues. this is ktvu "mornings on 2". you found us on a monday morning. i am gasia mikaelian. >> i am dave clark. >> great weekend? >> he why. >> a manny and pedi?
>> i d -- i did. let's check out the weather. we will have a mostly cloudy day. our system isn't doing much. light drizzle, light rain out there. the pacific is very, very active. looks like a series of systems poised to make an appearance over the next five to seven days. this is not doing much. it will make for another sunrise. light rain out there. andrew green says good morning, steve. good old mr. drizzle in sebastopol. queen bee from cobb mountain. light drizzle. cold at 40 degrees and super foggy. not just foggy, but super foggy. there goes our system. we will get some sun in the afternoon here. system falling apart. taking a rubber band, stretch,
stretch, stretch, the middle part gets weak. kind of an umph today. 40s, 50s on the current temperatures. better system for tuesday into wednesday. mostly cloudy. some sun today. temperatures though will be in the upper 50s, 60s. a weak system and any light rain only in the morning. 50s to near 60 degrees. here he is. it's 7:02. mr. sal castaneda. >> well, all right, steve. not a lot going on. we have traditional slow traffic out there. we will start off with one of the spots we always check, and that would be the bay bridge. just to see what it looks like, here it is backed up for a 15 to 20-minute delay before you make it onto the bridge. traffic is moderate on the span. this is a look at interstate 880 north and southbound in front of the coliseum. we have been looking okay. also looking at the commute here in san jose. northbound 101 looks good.
a crash northbound 101. that's no longer a big problem. there is some slowing there. 85 and 101 a little bit slow. for the most part this commute is starting off okay for a monday. 7:02. back to the desk. new this morning bart police say a body part has been found at the downtown berkeley bart station weeks after a woman survived being hit by a train. the discovery shut down the station at 4:00 this morning. the station re-opened a short time later. bart police say the woman lost part of her leg when she was hit by the train last month. they think the body part that was found on the tracks likely this morning belongs to her. our time is 7:03. fans all over the world are waking up, they are stunned, they are shocked and mourning the death of david bowie. >> ♪ let's dance put on your red shoes and dance the blues ♪. >> can't hear enough of his music. bowie has been a pop music
fixture for 40 years. a representative says he died peacefully yesterday after an 18 month battle with cancer. >> right now ktvu fox 2's alex savidge in the studio talking more about the life of david bowie and how his fans are reacting. >> he had been battling cancer for quite a time. he managed to keep the illness a secret. no word this morning on exactly what type of cancer bowie had. certainly many fans around the world are stunned as he learn of his death. this is the scene this morning outside of bowie's new york city apartment. many people stopping by to leave flowers and pay tribute to a legend. in hollywood people are paying tribute at bowie's star on the hollywood walk of fame. bowie had just released a new album on friday with one song that now seems particularly haunting. >> ♪ look up here i'm in heaven
♪. >> it's called lazarus. the new album "blackstar." bowie leaves behind two children and his wife fashion model iman. he was a pop fixture for four decades, known for his flamboyant style. many his hits are let's dan, under pressure, "space odyssey" and changes. he had just turned 69 years old on friday. that was the same day his new album came out. a number of celebrities are honoring the music legend. russell crowe tweeted rip, david. one of the greatest performance artists to have ever lived. also josh groban, he put at in a tweet here, he said he never seemed of this earth, speaking of bowie. now he's left it. he bent rules, gender, genres, and our minds. rip david bowie. one of a kind. and obviously the tributes continuing from celebrities and music fans around the world. people hoping to learn more
about what was going on in the last year and a half. >> we talked about the fact that we saw him on the big screen in labyrinth, right? >> he was very good. >> he was. >> he was a natural. whatever it was. >> yeah. all right. >> we hope to learn more when you join us in a few. >> alex, thank you. in a few hours at 11:00 this morning the funeral for grammy award-winning singer natalie cole will be held in los angeles. shaka kahn will be singing at the service. she died new year's eve of heart failure at the age of 65. she started singing with nat king cole when she was a little girl. some of her hit songs this will be and our love. she will be buried next to her family members. time is now 7:07. police in vallejo investigating a deadly shooting last night. now, police found the man in a front yard.
he was pronounced dead minutes after paramedics got there. some of the neighbors heard the gunshots. >> two gunshots. the dogs started barking. i went out to look. didn't see anything. three minutes later the police were here. >> and police say the victim was 22 years old. we don't know his name yet. so far police haven't said anything about a possible motive. no arrests have been made. now, that latest violence in vallejo happened hours after an event that called for peace. >> we're tired of it and we're ready for it to end and stop. we should not be losing your young children to gun violence in the streets. innocent children. >> that was organized by the mother of 21atiera westbrook who was shot and killed last august inside of her car. that case is still not solved. mothers affected by violence as far away as sacramento revered
the event. with less than a month to go until the super bowl, an off the field battle taking center stage this morning. it's over some land at santa clara youth soccer league plays on used by the nfl leading up to the big game. janine de la vega live to talk to us about super bowl preparations and what's happening there today. >> reporter: gasia, 200 games were scheduled to be played this month all the way through april hearon these soccer feelel fields. the grass is already covered up. they have portables and tents set up because the city promised these fields to the nfl. they are building a media village. they will be here for super bowl 50. the santa clara youth soccer league is fighting this. a lawsuit has been filed against the city and nfl. today a court hearing is happening involving the case. the league says the city entered into a contract with the nfl to close the park and to use it as a super bowl media village without holding a public
hearing. a judge denied a temporary restraining order against the nfl. that's why work has begun on these three soccer fields. we are already starting to see some, it looks like there is one worker here walking around on the floor and checking it out. we expect that we are gonna see more of that with the weeks to come unless anything happens with this court hearing that's happening later today. >> janine, clearly, they can't play on the fields now. where is the soccer league playing? >> reporter: so the city of santa clara has offered up two soccer fields in sunnyvale. those are available monday through thursday. but the slayer youth soccer league is saying, hey, those fields are too small and we play our games on the weekend. and so they are looking for other fields. in their lawsuit they are proposing can we use the fields at slayer university? can we use the san jose state?
so they're exploring all those options because they field the fields won't work for them. >> what's the next legal step? >> reporter: there is a court hearing later this morning at 10:00 a.m. and the judge could grant a preliminary injunction. i am the not a legal expert or anything, but that could stop things or halt things. we really are just gonna have to see because this is a david versus goliath sort of fight. >> janine de la vega, we will get some more answers after 10:00. thank you. the 49ers coach entering the second week. they met with hugh jackman for several hours yesterday. jackson is currently the cincinnati bengals offensive coordinator. in 2011 he led the raiders to an 8-8 season but was fired. time 7:10. nfl owners meet tomorrow and
wednesday in houston. they will decide if a team or teams will be allowed it relocate to los angeles. the raiders, rams, and chargers applied to relocate. the raiders and chargers laid out a plan to share a stadium in carson. the rams owner proposed building a new stadium in inglewood. roger goodell sent a memo to the team saying the stadium options presented by officials in oakland, st. louis and san diego are not adequate. now, ktvu's heather he holmes will be at the nfl meetings in houston. heather will have updates here on ktvu as well as on twitter. don't forget you can follow her @heatherktvu. first weekday morning commute since saturday's deadly shooting on a bart train. >> i ducked. i saw people running, screaming. >> the evidence that could help police track down the gunman.
a spot where you can get one of the best views of san francisco, but why a famed vista point near the golden gate bridge may be off limits. an east bay commute that is busy in many areas as it is at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic backing up. we will tell you more about this commute coming up. a mostly cloudy monday morning, but there will be a few sun breaks. light drizzle of rain. not a big deal. it looks like better systems coming in later. more on that.
. vallejo. welcome back to "mornings on 2". 7:14. a trial has been delayed for the baltimore police officer facing the most serious charges for the death of freddie gray. officer caesar goodson's trial was supposed to start today, but a maryland appeals court just delayed it. goodson is the second of six baltimore police officers to go
on trial in connection with the death of freddie gray. the first officer's trial ended with a hung jury last month. freddie gray died last april from a broken neck and spinal injuries suffered while in police custody. officer goodson was driving the police van that gray was being transported in. he is the only one charge the in the case who has not talked to investigators. attorneys for gang leader ray mound chow say they plan to appeal friday's conviction on 162 criminal charges. the jury came down to a verdict after two days of deliberations. the charges included murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and racketeering. sentencing is set for march 23rd. that murder conviction alone carries a mandatory life sentence. our time 7:15. nobody likes seeing a bad picture of themselves online. but one man's response to a post by police is kind of odd. police in lima, ohio, posted this mugshot of 45-year-old
donald pew on their facebook page and mr. pew hates it. he didn't even like the smiling mugshot they posted in an effort to track him down. so mr. pugh went ahead and sent them a better picture of him. now, that he likes. the police department actually posted it saying pugh is just bringing more attention to himself, which will make him easier to find. now, he is wanted for not appearing in court and he is also a person of interest in several cases, including arson and vandalism. >> look, i am so vain that if you take a picture of the two of us, i want to see it before you post it. but that's nothing, am i right, sal, compared to what this fugitive did? >> i wouldn't contact -- not that i am a fugitive or anything. >> that's not good enough for him. >> right. >> the new picture is better, i say. >> all right. good morning, everybody. maybe he has a few more he wants to send. let's take a look at the commute now. we have some pictures of the commute for you. it's more like live video for you. you can see, first of all, we
are gonna start with southbound 680. 680 is slow as you drive from concord to walnut creek. it's slow again from alamo to danville. westbound 24 looks like that light popped up here. westbound 24 doesn't look like there is any reported there. i don't see anything. southbound 680 at stone valley there is a stalled car. so we are looking at some slow traffic in this area. let's go to a live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed up for about a 20, maybe a 25-minute delay depending which line you're in before you make it to the the span. san jose in the south bay not too bad. 280 northbound on the right coming out of downtown, you can see it's okay getting up to highway 17. northbound 101 a little bit slow in the blossom hill valley because of earlier problems. 7:17. steve. sal, thank you. we have a weak system just kind of draping across us hears. it's producing drizzle, light rain. not a big deal. amounts will be very, very
light. there are signs of a much better system on wednesday and probably beyond. but sunrise over the big city here. yes, sir, right on cue. happened again. yep. more sun today. probably late morning, early afternoon. our next system is barreling right along. the rain pattern continues. it's not much. a little break from last tuesday, wednesday. this is a weak system. a stronger one moves in on wednesday and probably maybe even into saturday as well. the pacific is extremely active right now. these systems are coming in, not doing much right yet. there are signs they will. light rain this morning. you can see how that's washing out. the low is just accelerating up to the north. that has a lot to do with weak finishing the system. the next one says i will take more aim at the bay area. there are plenty of systems racing across the pacific that could make it as well. it looks like they will about wednesday into saturday. maybe beyond. today not too much. light rain. a few reports of drizzle, light
fog around petaluma, sebastopol, into lake county as well around cobb. not much here. that system trying to work its way into the city and fell apart. 40s and 50s on the temps. peninsula upper 40s to near 50s. palo alto, hillsboro, san mateo checking in at 50. 14 up in truckee. 48, 45 ukiah and sacramento. 51 monterey. even though we will have some sun breaks, the cloud cover continues to race across. it will be a mostly cloudy forecast here. again very little in the way of any precip. light rain or drizzle. weak system. temperatures 50s to 60s. not cold by any stretch of the imagination. that's for sure. cold air in the east in the great lakes where it's bitterly cold. for us 50s to near 60-degree tempts. looks like we will see a downward tick on the temps after tuesday. wednesday into thursday looks to be the coolest. a series of systems into saturday. so it's still in the mix. that's good. >> yeah. all right, steve, thank you.
>> any name time 7:19. a place where bay area tourists and even locals love to go for the spectacular views. well, it's so popular it may have to be shut down. the "san francisco chronicle" says golden gate bridge officials have asked caltrans for a permit to close the vista point on the marin county side of the bridge. it would be closed during peak traffic hours. the reason the growing number of tourists causing traffic jams on the bridge. some have been hour-plus-long traffic jams. hundreds of cars stuck in the northbound lanes. now, the bridge district says the problem is there aren't enough parking spaces at the vista point parking lot. another idea being talked about is offering shuttle bus service from the presidio and marin on weekdays and on holidays. >> it's that little tiny parking lot where you circle and circle. >> forever, right. trying to find somebody to move out. >> right, right. time is 7:20. we are looking and learning
attackers from inside a convenience store recorded not long before the attack. authorities say the 18-year-old woman was walking with her father at a brooklyn park when one of the teens pointed a gun at the father and told him to leave. police say each of the boys then took turns raping the woman. so far police have caught four of the five teens. 7:24. a murder investigation is underway in italy after the body of a popular american artist and social item was found. ashley olson was found in her apartment naked and bruised. she also had scratches on her neck. now, the report suggests she was strangled, but police are waiting for an autopsy. >> i can't imagine a person who
would hurt her. she is a gentle, kind, beautiful friendly lovely girl. it's an awful shock. we've got a great community here of people and everyone loves her. >> now, there are reports miss olson suspected she had a stalker on social media. she was a native of florida. she was living as an artist in florence to be closer to her father who teaches at an art school there. an internal government report is criticizing the faa for airline pilot training. the report claims the government isn't doing enough to make sure airline pilots keep up their flying skills. that's because most airline flights are controlled by automated systems. pilots are supposed to monitor the technology. the report says the faa really isn't make insuring that pilots get enough chances to use their manual flying skills. it also says there are no training requirements for the best ways to monitor those
automated systems. 7:25. the tesla model s is getting more high tech. now it's capable of parking itself thanks to a software update sent to tesla owners over the weekend. tesla's ceo elon musk said the update to the autopilot software let's the carb parked by remote control using tesla's smartphone app. musk says once the all electric cars are fully self-driving the eventual plan is to call for the car from anywhere using a smartphone. time is 7:26. it's the biggest jackpot ever anywhere. up next the dollar amount so high, look, lottery science can't even handle the jackpot. the search for a gunman who shot a killed a bart passenger continues. the detailed description released by police and the information on the investigation we have so far. we are looking at a commute that is okay for a monday. it's still very slow at the
toll plaza. beautiful sunrise, too. not to step on steve. steve, well, look at that sunrise. thank you, sir. a little drizzly for some. looks like more rain coming in not from this system, but we'll tellle you when. land getting out fast... and comfortable, organized bed and bathrooms that make mornings better.
is where a man was shot and killed on a packed train over the weekend. ktvu's allie rasmus talking to riders. she is going to pass along a pretty detailed description of the shooter police are still searching for. coming up on 7:30 this monday morning, january 11. i am gasia mikaelian. >> i am dave clark. let's talk about our weather and traffic. those pink streaks, pink and red streaks in the sky. >> we get a little sunrise, right there. >> i like it. >> i worked on that all morning. thank you. there it is. thank you. you know, number 68 is that burnt orange, dave. that's hard to painted in. >> that's the one, okay. >> we do have a little bit of drizzle here. not much. this system's falling apart. there is a better one on the way for late tuesday into wednesday. martdy from larkspur with .04 of the wet stuff. the 48.7 degrees. 99% humidity. barometer on the rise to 30.07.
marty, i would set that at 30.29 there and tap it. our system doesn't have much left. partly sunny in here. tried to get some rain and it fell apart. there is nothing there. 40s, 50s. another system is already approaching rapidly. so that will give us some cloudy to mostly cloudy skies tuesday and rain late tuesday into wednesday. that system will make it. very light drizzle to light rain. weak system. not much. 50s to near 60 degrees on the temperatures. 7:31. last time we spoke you looked over and something popped up on your screen. is that still there? yeah, at danville. there was a stall nearby. so it's unclear if that actually could have led to the problem or if this is something completely new. but i do have a map. in fact, if you want to go out of order, i can go to that since we talked about it. southbound 680 as you drive from concord to danville on the way
to sandra moan this commute is not going to be great because of that new crash. if you are going a few blocks, just stay on the side roads there. let's take a look at what we have. this is the bay bridge toll plaza. no major problems. traffic continues to look pretty good. if you are driving on interstate 880 in oakland it's okay. now, later in the morning we usually have a slowdown right near the sol seem. today right now it looks okay. a gunman on the loose this morning after he shot and killed a man on a crowded bart train saturday night. it happened as the train was pulling into the west oakland bart station. ktvu fox 2's allie rasmus in oakland. what do we know now? >> reporter: we heard back from bart officials a short time ago. unfortunately, we don't have
any new information. officials say they have no new updates. the search for the gunman is continuing. here's what we know. things are somewhat back to normal at the west oakland bart station after a fatal shooting that happened on board a train nearby here saturday evening. it was 8:00 saturday night when this occurred. a train full of passengers was headed towards the west oakland bart station when a man on board the got up, opened fire, and shot another passenger several times. despite heroic efforts from other passengers on board who tried to help the victim doing cpr, registered nurses who rushed to his aid, the man did die from his injuries. he was pronounced dead on the train. there have been shootings at bart stations before, but this is the first time in decades a fatal shooting has happened on board a bart train. according to a bart police lieutenant the last time that happened was at the el cerrito bart station in the 1990s. everyone we talked to heard about what happened over the
weekend. as regular bart riders, they have no reservations about using the system this morning. >> it's just the way of my transportation. so you have to rely on it no matter what. it's just easier to take bart. >> stuff like that happens in oakland all the time. doesn't make me double think taking bart. i am sure some people it's like in the back of their head. >> reporter: bart spokesperson say there is some surveillance video from the train on the platform. we don't know how helpful that video has been so far in this investigation. police have put out a detailed description of the gunman and here it is. he is an african-american male in his late 20s to early 30s, about 6'2" with a skinny build and broad shoulders. he had a scruffy face and he was wearing a long green trench coat over a hoodie. he had the hood up and was wearing dark pants. the search for the person responsible for this fatal shooting continues this morning. police have not apprehended anyone for the shooting. back to you. >> all right.
allie rasmus. thank you. time is 7:34. personal items belonging to a missing uc berkeley grad student were found on the seaside cliff in marin county. investigators found the items while searching the point reyes area for 22-year-old shoe quinn zangel police found her white mercedes near the white house. she was supposed to fly to china on saturday, but never made that flight. her family members say she has been depressed and she may be suicidal. if you know where she is, call berkeley police. the president's expected to take an optimistic tone tomorrow in his final state of the union address. officials say it will be unlike any other he's given as he plans to focus more on long-term goals for the country in addition to his recent accomplishments and plans for his final year in office. after the speech, cabinet nations will promote the proposal. the white house says it's geared towards highlighting issues such as climate change, health and
access to opportunity. >> the president is gonna lay out a picture of the country moving forward, focused on the future. not afraid of it. very optimistic about our future because of what he knows about this country. >> on friday, the president announced he will keep an empty seat next to the first lady tomorrow to represent victims of gun violence. a syrian refugee the president has called an inspiration was invited to sit with the first lady. and a man who stopped a paris attack on a train will also be there. he was hailed a hero after he and two friends stopped the gunman in september. according to the white house, they were chosen because they represent americans as, quote, inclusive and compassionate, innovative, and courageous. 7:36. a lot of attention has been focused on the republican presidential primary, interesting things in the
democratic race as well. senator ben carson is gaining momentum catching up to hillary clinton in some critical early states. now, recent polls show the two of them are neck in neck, which seemed unthinkable weeks ago. hillary clinton still has a slight lead in iowa. bernie sanders is leading in new hampshire, but both leads, they are within the polling margins of error. >> bernie sanders, who would have thought when bernie sanders announced his campaign we would be three weeks out from iowa and it would be a margin of error race in iowa and new hampshire? >> now, the good news for hillary clinton is that nationally her numbers are much stronger. but this campaign season has been unique with non- traditional candidates on both sides getting unexpected support. but that's also making it harder to predict who is really going to show up at the polls when it comes to election day. this is how republican
presidential frontrunner donald trump showed up at the entrance at his campaign rally in reno yesterday. donald trump is showing he is ready for a fight and he wasted no time taking aim at the media. >> if the cameras would show the room, and i always say show the room, you won't even believe it. this place is packed. you see that center camera? it's not moving. are you gonna move it? show the room. just dishonest people. they won't move it. >> donald trump says he doesn't watch pro football any more because he says the nfl has gone soft like the united states. he said a violent hit that used to be considered a great tackle now draws a 15-yard penalty. and he says refer radios are constantly drawing penalty flags just so their wives can see them on tv. the republican david bowie thursday in south carolina.
you can watch it on the fox business network. powerball fever is off the charts as we are two days away from a drawing that could make someone a billionaire before taxes. brian flores in concord to bring us down. what are the chances of actually winning the biggest jackpot ever? >> reporter: oh, boy, gasia. not good for this one. 1 in 292 million. those are your chances for winning the powerball, if you will. that is not stopping people from trying it out. we are live outside of a 7-eleven here in concord, and we have seen a lot of people actually go in there and try their chances of winning this powerball lottery. before the drawing on saturday certainly a lot of people waiting in line at kavanaugh liquors in san lorenzo. it's considered a lucky place to buy tickets. we were outside that location before saturday's drawing. people stood outside close to an hour to get a ticket. some didn't make the deadline.
you know what? you have a second chance. the drawing on wednesday. we spoke to an employee at this seven 11 in concord. he said it's been so busy and very exhausting. >> a lot of people come like buy like $100, $200. about 200. buy every minute, every second people come. like 200. 150. hundred. something. >> reporter: we understand there was one person who got five of the six numbers in the last drawing over the weekend at a family owned 7-eleven in fremont. that person has not come forward. the next drawing scheduled for wednesday. as we talk it back out live, even the powerball signs can't handle the amount of money that will be shelled out if you win the powerball. this is $999 million. the jackson is 1 -- the jackpot is $1.3 billion. i looked up the chances of you
doing something as opposed to winning the powerball lottery. getting struck by lightning and giving birth to quadruplets. that won't be happening to me. that's 1 in 729,000. but you know what? good luck to those that are playing. >> absolutely. brian, you're bringing these stories of people spending a couple hundred dollars each time it gets big. i am sure financial experts say if you take that couple hundred dollars and invest it, you will do better. >> reporter: it is a lot of money. we are talking to people. this is all, you know, people that spend $100 or $200 part of that office pool as well. we talked to a couple of people part of that. could be the case also. there is some people spending that amount of money, you know, to possibly be a billionaire. i mean, it's crazy the amount of money that's going into it. by the way, powerball is played in 44 different states. so, yeah, good luck. >> okay. it is a chance to dream.
brian, thank you. time now 7:41. some frustrated and disappointed volkswagen owners may get a fix to their cars. what's expected to happen this week that may help mend the diesel emission scandal affecting thousands of vehicles here in america. a secret meeting between el chapo and sean penn. how to led to the drug lord's capture and lots of reaction from hollywood. good morning. we are looking at a commute that is just moderate. it's not light. it's not heavy. it's getting better at the bay bridge. we'll tell you more about this coming up. mostly cloudy skies. not much on this system. it does look like more rain's on the way. a better system for midweek. we'll talk about that.
just a half a percent for stocks. i don't think you are going to be a billionaire this morning just yet. some good news. s&p 500, dow and nasdaq relatively modest gains. we are welcoming these numbers especially after the worst ever first week of any year in u.s. history in stocks last week. another story catching a lot of people by surprise this morning. the connection between an infamous drug lord and actor sean penn. pam cook back in the studio telling us about the connection and how hollywood is reacting. >> reporter: mexico has begun the process of extraditing drug lord joaquin guzman known as el chapo to the united states. now there is word that an interview with sean penn helped lead to the drug lord's arrest. now, guzman was arrested in
mexico on friday six months after he escaped from a maximum-security prison. now we are learning that sean penn recently traveled to mexico to interview him for "rolling stone" magazine. guzman was apparently interested in making a movie about his life, but during the interview he defended his actions as a drug lord. last night at the golden globe hollywood weighed in on the idea of an interview with a criminal. >> it's part of, you know, what we do to do our job really well. and sean somehow figured out that he had an audience, i assume, with this person and i'm sure he was pursuing something creatively and thought a meeting with him would be valuable so he is it. >> it's so recent. for me as a mexican it's hard to talk about this subject to penalize him even more because it is a subject very important
and there is many dead people involved. so it's not an easy subject. >> legal experts say the process could take a long time as guzman's lawyers file legal appeals and try to keep him in mexico where he has already escaped twice. there are reports that "rolling stone" violated journalist i can procedures by showing the article to epileptic before publication. the magazine claims guzman did not make any editorial changes. later the mexican actress whose relationship led -- it already sound like a movie, right? there is an actress and her relationship with guzman that led sean penn to him. we will have more on that in the next hour. >> thank you. 7:47. a night of glitz and glamor had hollywood is the best of television and film honored at
the golden globes. >> it goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> he is king of the world! but not for that movie. he won best actor for his role in "the revenant." it won best drama. "the martian"." cookie of the hit fox tv show empire. took home the award for best actress in a drama series. the seattle seahawks marching on. they survived the third coldest playoff game in nfl history. it was minus six at kickoff. the vikings led 9-0 in the fourth quarter. the seahawks scored enunanswered points. the seahawks won 10-9. they are
gonna play the carolina panthers sunday. you will see it here on ktvu fox 2. cal star aaron rodgers recovered from a slow start. he led the green bay packers to a win over the washington redskins. they beat them 35-18. rodgersle threw for two touchdowns. now the packers move on. they are going to play the arizona cardinals on saturday. time is 7:49. let's go out to sal castaneda. keeping an eye on traffic this morning. >> gasia, dave. >> yes? >> that's it. >> okay. >> let's go out and take a look at the commute. traffic is doing pretty well today. there is a little bit of slowing here between walnut creek and oakland. it hasn't been a completely light commute, but if you are driving to the tunnel it should be a pretty normal drive. if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza you can see traffic is backed up all the way out to the macarthur maze. metering lights are on and the traffic is moderately heavy. there are no major problems, by
the way, on the bridge itself. the san mateo and dumbarton bridge, the traffic here isn't too bad. spotty traffic on both of them. closer to east palo alto and menlo park on the dumbarton bridge stop-and-go traffic. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. just a weak little system brushing us here giving us some drizzle, light rain. very few measurable amounts. less than a couple one-hundrethses for most. breaks in the clouds. a partly cloudy, partly sunny day. stronger system is racing across. that will be here tuesday night into wednesday. the rain pattern conditions. you know these systems after last wednesday have been weak. they are still making it. still light drizzle or rain. stronger systems after today's system. weak today. a half-inch to over an inch and a half on the wednesday system. break thursday. another one friday and saturday. not much left of this guy.
falling apart. stretching out. cloudy to mostly cloudy in the morning. partly sunny. light rain or drizzle here. not a big deal. the pacific continues to be oh so active. in fact there is your system for wednesday and there are plenty racing across that are rather strong. so might be playing into our weather here for the next seven to ten days. that's the sign. this system though giving us a lot of cloud cover and not much else. some drizzly. 40s and 50s. half moon bay 57. to the south 57 morgan hill and gilroy, los gatos, boulder creek. close for hoarse. santa cruz at 51. there is still plenty of clouds that rolls across. you keep more clouds in the mix here. mostly cloudy. some sun early, late. not much here. we will turn our attention to that next system starting tomorrow. it's about 50s, mid-to-upper
few locations. about 60 degrees. if we can get enough sun, not much change tomorrow. we will on tuesday night. wednesday rain. looks like some late rain thursday into friday. maybe again by saturday. looking good for us. >> if you're happy, i'm happy. >> thank you. >> time is 7:52. we knew drones were popular, now drones have their own airport. i am not kidding. at 8:00 which drones the airports are made for and what they're allowed to do at these special airports. gathering at the u.s. supreme court right now. important case being heard today that's all centered around california's largest teachers union.
welcome back. 7:54. new this morning the u.s. supreme court hearing arguments over a case that involves california's biggest teachers union. members of the california teachers association and their supporters, they are gathering outside the supreme court in washington, d.c. this morning. the case centers on teachers who want to leave the union without having to pay a fee now required by the state. now, the teachers and other public employees say a decision against the union would reduce their political strength at a time when unions are under attack. the cta represents 325,000 teachers statewid including in the napa valley, mount diablo, richmond and palo alto school districts. a bike and pedestrian path
on the eastern span at the bay bridge, the path which right now stops short of the island stops short. "the chronicle" says the delay is a last-minute design change. once that's done it will let cyclists and pedestrians through. time is 7:56. do you have an extra $200 million around? well, one of the best known mansions in the america is for sale. i'm talking about the playboy mansion in beverly hills. the five acre 29 room estate is selling for $200 million. there are a couple of strings attached. if you buy it you would have to let playboy founder hugh hefner live there in the mansion as he has for the past 45 years. also, prospective buyers, you can tour the property, but you won't be allowed in hugh hefner's bedroom. not letting you in there. >> for once i am happy with my little home. it's this big that i can barely
afford. it's a mess all the time. but i am good. elon musk doubling down an spacex. the day he plans to land a rocket in the ocean one more time. a search for a head coach after the 49ers fired jim tomsula. we are looking at the east bay commute. right now traffic is okay here on 24 as you head to oakland. mostly cloudy skies. still a decent sunrise with a few breaks in the clouds. not much in the way of any rain. that may change later in thing week. no way. savor an egg mcmuffin any time you like. a fresh cracked egg, canadian bacon and an english muffin
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a lot of people turning back to david bowie. the world is mourning the death of a pop culture icon. ahead see how so many are remembering david bowie. back here at home a gruesome discovery made at an east bay bart station. we will have the latest on what was found out there and the continuing investigation. "mornings on 2" continues now. this is the ktvu "mornings on 2". welcome back. welcome to a brand new day. monday, january 11. i am dave clark. >> i am gasia mikaelian. let's get you out the door. checking weather and traffic. steve paulson is up next. >> may not say it this on wednesday, but we have a weak system here. mostly cloudy skies. there has been some drizzle, light rain. still some in lake county.
not much of a system. much better system will be our front will be here late tuesday, take us into wednesday. we could see even more ar that as well. this is our first system. it's falling apart. energy is going north. this system, the second one will have more to it. i will deal with that one tomorrow. light rain today. mostly cloudy, partly sunny skies, 40s, 50s on the temps. they are up there. there is a little bit of a breeze north or east for many locations. so not much here. but this system will continue to give us kind of a stream of clouds. keep some mostly cloudy, partly sunny in the forecast. there is not much to the system. end result is 50s and 60s. sal, 8:01. so far seems to be okay? >> yeah, it's okay. i mean, we have had some slow traffic for sure out there. we have had a couple of minor incidents. you can see at the bay bridge toll plaza it is not bad. this morning's commute hasn't been all that bad really
getting into san francisco. there have been no problems on the way into the city once you make it onto the bridge. san mateo bridge looks like it's slowing down heading out to the high-rise. i am not sure what's going on. there was a crash 880 near 92. nothing to do with what's going on here. i don't see anything on the bridge reported, but it could be a stalled vehicle out there or just slow traffic. when you get over to the other side traffic is slow on 101. also slow near the dumbarton bridge. that has improved quite a bit. 101 in san jose is slow coming into sunnyvale. 8:02. back to the desk. . > ♪[ music ] a man affect sod much in the world through his music. fashion, even just perception. david bowie passed away last night at the age of 69. he had been battling cancer for
the last 18 months. not a lot of people knew that. >> ktvu fox 2's alex savidge here in the studio. tell us about the tributes. >> coming in from all over the world. his fans as well. paying tribute. bowie kept his illness a secret, which is why so many people this morning are surprised to learn about his death. and in fact he had been working right up until the end. he had just released a new album on friday and it is quite clearly his parting gift to his fans. >> ♪ look up here i'm in heaven ♪ >> this song is called lazarus from his new album "blackstar." he sings about illness and death and seems to be saying good- bye. people stopped outside of bowie's new york city apartment to leave flowers and pay tribute and also in hollywood many people stopped at his starren the hollywood walk of fame and
lit candles there. the british born singer was known for flamboyant style and bold sense of fashion. among his many big hits, let's dance, "space odyssey," changes. he had turned 69 years old on friday. he leaves behind two children and his wife. a short time british prime minister david cameron spoke with bowie. cameron called him a master of reinvention. >> genious is an overused word, but i think musically, creatively, aristicly he was a genius. he provided a lot of the sound track of our lives. >> reporter: and this morning of course on social media celebrities are honoring the music ledgered. here is an instagram post from madonna. she says, so lucky to have met you. hot tramp, i love you so, referring to his song rebel, rebel. and of course many other
tributes online. along with being a prolific musician, he was a talented actor. many people likely remember him from the 1986 movie labyrinth. that introduced him as we were talking about to a whole new generation of fans. master of reinvention as the prime minister put it. that puts it, i think, very succinctly. >> a lot of people our age discovered him after labyrinth and got into his music in high school. then you found out your parents had his records, right? >> always on the cutting edge. >> we will be talking about him all day. >> absolutely. >> thank you. time is 8:05. in fact, in just a couple of hours from now the funeral for natalie cole will be held in los
angeles. >> ♪ unforgettable in every way ♪. >> gasia, they are holding the funeral i attended with natalie cole in los angeles. she died of heart failure new year's eve. she was 65 years old. started singing with her father when she was a little girl. some of her own hit songs include it this will be, inseparable, and our love. you know them all. natalie will be buried next to family members at forest lawn memorial park. time is 806. bart police say a body part has been found at the downtown berkeley bart station weeks after a woman survived being hit by a train there. it shut down the station 4 a.m. today. it re-opened a short time later. police say the woman lost part of herling when she was hit by the train last month. they think the body part likely belongs to that woman. personal items belonging to a missing uc berkeley grad student found on a seaside cliff
in marin county. investigators found those items while searching for 22-year-old shuquin zangel they found her white mercedes near the white house. family members say she may be suicidal. if you know where she is, call berkeley police. police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened about 7:00 last night near maple and woodrow avenues. police found a man in a front yard and he was pronounced dead just minutes after paramedics arrived. neighbors say they heard gunshots. >> two gunshots, then the dogs jumped up and started barking. i went out to look. didn't see anything. and three minutes later the police were here. >> police say the victim is a 22-year-old person. we don't know his name yet. so far police haven't said anything about a possible motive and no arrests with been made.
8:07. the latest violence in vallejo happened hours after an event where they were calling for peace. >> we're tired of it and ready for it to end and stop. we should not be losing your young children to gun violence in the streets. >> the event was organized by the mother of 21-year-old a'tierra westbrook who was shot and killed last august inside of her car. it's a case still not involved. mothers affected by violence as far away as sacramento came to the event asking for an end to the code of silence that keeps witnesses from coming forward. nfl owners meet tomorrow and wednesday in houston to decide if a team or teams will relocate to the los angeles area. the raiders, the st. louis rams and san diego chargers have applied to relocate. the raiders and chargers laid out a proposal to share a new stadium in carson. rams owners proposed a new stadium in inglewood. roger goodell reportedly issued a memo saying the options presented by the teams are
inadequate. 24 of 32 owners must vote in favor of relocation. ktvu's own heather holmes will be at the nfl meetings in houston. she will have updates here on ktvu and twitter. follow her @heatherktvu. the 49ers seven for a head coach entering the second week. the too many met with former raiders head coach hue jackson for several hours yesterday. there were several reports yesterday the 49ers may offer the job to hue jackson. i had a chance to meet him when he took over with the raiders, too. no formal offer was extended yesterday. jackson also met with the cleveland browns. hue jackson right now is the offensive coordinator for the cincinnati bengals. in 2011, he led the raiders to an 8-8 record, but he was fired after that. 8:07. search on for a man who shot and killed another man on a packed bart train over the weekend. the riders still shaken up this morning. at 8:30 where police are now in
the investigation should next it is that giant jackpot. it is still up for grabs. so what are the chances you will win that powerball? brian flores will join us next. good morning. we are looking at a commute here that's getting a little bit better. just a little bit here approaching the toll plaza. about a 15-minute wait. we will tell you more about the morning computer coming up. a lot of cloud cover. not much else. a little bit of a sun break or two. temperatures upper 50s, 60s. what about rain? yes, we have that on the extend the.
♪ i want money lots and lots of money so don't be asking me why i wanna be rich ♪ >> i could sing that long, but you wouldn't like it. >> to it. >> i want to. people all over the bay area probably singing that, saying it, thinking it as the powerball jackpot keeps climbing. no one won in the drawing on a saturday, so now the jackpot is over $1 billion. the biggest jackpot in the world ever. so did you play? did you play over the weekend? i know a lot of people did. but nobody won yet. >> that's right. that means the jackpot is growing. someone could be a billionaire before taxes. let's bring in brian flores. the signs don't go to four
digits. it's like 999 plus. >> reporter: i could sing that song all the way, too. >> wait a minute. >> reporter: i am dreaming. >> i got your back. >> reporter: got you, too, dave. we are outside the concord mini mart in downtown concord where lotto -- i mean powerball fever certainly hit that fever pitch, if you will. according to powerball officials, it is 1 in 292 million, the chances of you winning. the jackpot has increased to $1.4 billion. but certainly not people lining up and getting their tickets. just like we saw on friday and saturday, people are getting their tickets as we he get closer to the jackpot drawing. we are outside of kavanaugh liquors in san lorenzo over the
weekend. this jackpot reportedly at $1.4 billion. expected to possibly grow. but after taxes that lump sum will be about 800, close to $900 million. we did speak with an employee at a 7-eleven in concord where he says the lines have just been constant. >> so a lot of people come like they buy like a $100, $200. about 200. by every minute, every second. people come. they get 200. 150. hundred. something. >> reporter: now, we also understand there was a person who got five of the six numbers in last saturday's drawing at a 7-eleven store in fremont. that person did not get the powerball number. that ticket is worth more than 750,000, close to $800,000. that person has not come forward yes. so you might want to check your tickets and check the numbers as well. you know what? lottery can't handle the amount
of millions expected to only out of the powerball. it says $999 million. this close to $1.4 billion this morning. get your tickets. it's going to be busy at many liquor stores and stores that sell powerball in the next couple of days. back to you. >> thank you so. so what else do you do if you win any significant amount of money? the lottery? >> coming up on "mornings on 2" the nine, a financial advisor will break down how to manage your windfall and how to make the most of your wealth. that's on the nine. i would like to have that problem. . i am going to participate in that discussion. i have a couple of questions we are going to be asking george when he appears on the 9. that's later. right now the traffic is okay.
on eastshore freeway the biggest time is now. 37 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. a lot of that waiting is in richmond and el cerrito. on the bay bridge toll plaza waiting as well. there is something to wait for there. we do have the toll plaza, don't we? there we go. that traffic is going to be moderately heavy as you drive through. you know what? it hasn't been that great this morning. contra costa county backed up solid from 242 on down into danville. i thought by now it my be better. we might be seeing some easing. but we haven't. at least highway 4 is not bad from anitoch to concord. that's better. but again you have to slog through that slow traffic until you get to san ramon. it breaks flea. 8:17. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a little bit of rain.
drizzle. not a big deal. it will be a bigger deal by tuesday night, wednesday morning. wednesday morning commute looks like it could be tough. get a heads up there. today though mix of mostly cloudy skies. some partly sunnies thrown in as well. overall the pattern continues across the pacific to be very active. i know these systems, a couple of people have said, steve, these systems aren't doing much. last tuesday, wednesday was good. we are getting it moving across. you don't see a big ridge of high pressure moving in. stronger front moving in on wednesday. half-inch to an inch and a half. this little guy is falling apart. a lot of cloud cover. the next system will make it. very light rain or drizzle this morning. i think more cloud cover than anything else. there is plenty of systems. i mean, they are stacked up a long way. the door is not open per se, but looks like good energy coming into northern california the next seven to ten days especially northern california. our first system is -- didn't have enough with it. it will continue to give us partly to mostly cloudy skies
and tomorrow we'll draw our attention to the west on the next system. 40s and 50s. not very cold of a system. a little breeze north for most or an easterly breeze. i don't want to say wind, but it's a breeze. 12 truckee. 26 in reno. 41, i think las vegas made it to 37 down there in las vegas. 47 ukiah. 44 sacramento. 50s on the coast. the main low went way up towards portland and seattle. that's why this system really kind of fell apart. the next one will not do that. it will move across us and more widespread rain out of that. maybe again friday into saturday. mostly cloudy. some sun here. very light rain. this system again nothing to write home about. mid 50s for some, upper 50s for others. a little bit of patchy fog out there. not much change tomorrow. tuesday night starts to rain. wednesday morning it will. could be some off and on rain thursday into friday. another system due saturday. >> steve, got it. >> got it. >> okay. time is 8:19. what may have started out as an
exclusive interview has triggered an investigation of a hollywood star, a recaptured mexican drug lord, and an ac -- actress. the story behind the el chapo interview. rumors that apple is making a change that would make the plug-in earbuds obsolete. the new accessory that could be used with your next iphone.
taking a look at the opening bell from earlier this morning, checking wall street we see that markets are just slightly up this morning so far. apple's new music streaming service has reached ten million paying subscribers. apple music costs $10 a month. premium service on rival spotify costs the same, but it took nearly six years to reach that ten million users mark. another 75 million listen for free. apple music's milestone comes two months after the service was extended to google's android phones. a new audio accessory may be added to the next generation of apple's iphone. reportedly apple is developing new bluetooth earbuds that are completely earbuds that are
completely wireless. reportedly they will be offered as an upgrade. apple usually unveils its new devices in the fall. a company that trains drone pilots is building what it says will be the first airport for commercial drones. the company called arrow drone says it will take three years to build the facility in the city of boulder and nevada. it plans to offer training, maintenance and other services to drone pilots when the drone port is complete. aero drone says it's one of the few test sites approved by the faa. tesla and elon musk is hoping the third time is a charm. reuters reports musk plans to land the next falcon 9 rocket on a barge in the middle of the pacific ocean. this is video of last month's successful launch and landing of a falcon 9 booster at cape canaveral. the new attempt scheduled for this sunday from vandenberg air force base. elon musk has tried twice, but failed to land the rocket in the ocean. tesla's model s is getting more high tech. now it's capable of parking
itself thanks to a software update sent to tesla own owners -- owners over the weekend. it lets the carb parked by remote control with tesla's smartphone app. musk says once the all electric cars are fully self-driving the plan is to make it possible to call for the car from anywhere with a smartphone. an investigation has found that fee at chrysler had a security flaw. the hackers were doing an experiment for "wired" magazine. they say they were able to take control of this speed, the brakes and transmission remotely. millions of cars and trucks could be vulnerable. happening this week volkswagen plans to submit emission repairs to the environmental protection allegedly. this comes after the epa found out that vw had been cheating
on emissions tests. volkswagen ceo will deliver the plans to fix affected diesel engines wednesday. it will be the first time vw will presentation solutions after that scandal. last year the company admitted they cheated on emissions tests and hundreds of thousands of vehicles in the u.s. are affected. a new survey shows 40% of millennials have turned to payday lenders or tax refund advance companies. a report by pricewaterhousecoopers shows many people in their 20s and 30s don't feel comfortable putting money in stocks or talking with financial advisors after watching their parents lose money. pricewaterhouse says it's disturbing the younger generation has turned to alternative financial systems since millennials are better educated. but they may have more student debts and wages that have not increased. time is 8:26. super bowl 50 now just weeks away. that means the preparations are really going on.
next we'll talk live with san jose mayor sam liccardo on the preparations in san jose as well as a proposed soccer field. the search for a man who shot and killed a bart passenger on board a train saturday continues this morning. the detailed description police have released and what we know about the investigation. and we're looking at the east bay commute and right now on eastshore freeway we have had people showing up a little bit more and at the bay bridge toll plaza it is backed up trying to get into san francisco. rancisco a lot of cloud cover. not much else. very light precip. it looks like some rain will return for everybody by wednesday. we will have more on that.
let's check weather and traffic. steve paulson is working hard in his office. >> i am looking ahead here what's coming down the weather highway. looks like more rain here. today's system is like, this is it? people are writing, what's going on, steve? the one wednesday will. that looks okay. maybe beyond that we will have another one possibly arriving on saturday. maybe saturday afternoon. until then we deal with a lot of cloud cover. not much else. khloe loves clouds. mark in middletown 48 and light precip. there has been right rain around cobb. foggy as well. some in sebastopol and marin county. not much. had some early, early while most of you were sleeping. that is long gone. there is a back edge to this. we will get some sun today. 40s and 50s on the temps.
even though we will get a few breaks, there is a lot of cloud cover moving in from the pacific. partly sunny to mostly cloudy. some sun in the afternoon. maybe light precip i think is about done here and what's there won't do shall. 50s to near 60 degrees. sal, quiet weather. quiet in traffic? >> quieter for sure. we have had some things going on, but they haven't risen to the level of closing major freeways for a long period of time. let's look at what we have now. starting off with some of these east bay freeways. the traffic here at the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up a little bit of slowing on the east shore as well. there is still slowing at the toll plaza. but if you look at 880 that ramp is clearing out. that's usually the first sign of things getting lighter. also looking at the san mateo bridge. that's better than it was the last time we saw it. still slow across the entire span to the peninsula. the peninsula traffic on 101 heading from san mateo to the city is not too bad. if you are driving on 680, i have drawn some lines here,
southbound 680 is going to be slow from concord to danville still. highway 4 not any more. 680 is still slow. back to the desk. >> thank you. a policeman hunt goes on for a gunman who shot and killed a man on a crowded oakland bart train saturday night. >> this happened as the train pulled into the west oakland bart station. allie rasmus live after talking with passengers, some i maj irare still rattled? >> reporter: the search for the gunman continues this morning. other than that, bart officials say there isn't any new information or any new updates to give us on the status of this investigationing. here's what we do know. over the weekend on saturday evening a crowded bart train pulled into the west oakland bart station as it was heading towards the station a man got up and opened fire. he shot another passenger several times. despite efforts from other passengers on board who tried to do cpr. there was even some registered
nurses reportedly who rushed to the man's aid. the man died from his injuries in the train car. now, there have been shootings at bart stations before, but this is the first time in decades a fatal shooting has happened on board an actual bart train. now, according to a bart police lieutenant the last time that happened was back in the 1990s of the el cerrito bart station. talking to bart passengers this morning everyone has heard about what happened over the weekend, but as regular bart riders they say they have no reservations about using the system and they really no other choice when it comes to getting to work. >> it's like very sad and unfortunate. but i also think that that kind of thing can happen anywhere, unfortunately. i got to take the train. >> you have to be knowledgeable things like that can happen. i see things almost every day, you know, whether it's somebody, i don't know, looks out of character. i just think it's gonna happen. and i don't think it's out of or uncharacteristic for that to happen on bart. of course it's gonna make you
think twice about, you know, your safety. >> reporter: now, bart spokesperson says there is surveillance video from the platform and most train cars are also equipped with video cameras. they aren't sure if the car where the shooting happened has working video. but police have put out a detailed description of the gunman. he is african-american in his late 20s to early 30s, 6'2", skinny build a broad shoulders. he had a hood up and he was wearing dark pants the search for this man continues. no one has been arrested or apprehended in question with this crime over the weekend. gasia and dave. >> all right. thank you, allie. a murder investigation is underway in italy after the body of a popular american artist and social item was found. police say she was naked and bruised and had scratches on
her neck. reports suggest she has been strangled. olson's boyfriend said he hadn't heard from her in days so he got in touch with her landlord to get access to her apartment. police have questioned olson's boyfriend but say they don't have any suspects right now. >> definitely hard. i just, you know, can't imagine what she went through, you know, no one deserves to go through that. so whoever did this to her, i hope that they get what's coming to them. >> there are reports olson suspected someone was stalking her on social media. the florida native was living as an artist in florence for some time to be closer to her father. time is 8:35. a trial has been delayed in maryland for the baltimore police officer facing the most serious charges in the death of freddie gray. officer caesar goodson's trial was supposed to start am today, but it was -- start today, but it was stopped by a appeals
court. the first trial ended last month with a hung jury. freddie gray died last april from a spinal injury suffered while in police custody. officer goodson, he was driving the police van that was transporting gray. he is the only officer charged in the case who has not talked to investigators. lawyers for reputed chinatown gang leader raymond you chow plan to appeal his conviction on friday of 162 criminal charges. the jury verdict in conviction came after two days of deliberations. the charges included murder, conspiracy to mitt murder and racketeering. he is due to be sentenced march 23. the murder conviction alone carries a mandatory life sentence. new this morning the u.s. supreme court is hearing arguments over a case that involves california's largest teachers union. members of the california teachers association and their supporters gathering in washington, d.c. this morning. it centers on teachers who want to leave the union without
having to pay a fee that's required by the state. the teachers and other public employees say a decision against the une i couldn't could cut their political strength at a time when unions are under attack. the cta represents some 325,000 teachers in the state, including napa valley, mount diablo, school districts. one of california's oldest one room schoolhouse is facing a looming deadline to keep from shut downing. it only needs one more student. we are talking about union school. established back in 1895 in the hills south of petaluma. it's a public school that has been teaching the children of marin and sonoma county ranchers for more than a century. it teaches 2nd through 5th grade in one classroom. the problem is california requires the school to have a daily attendance of six students. they have six, but because of sick days the average daily attendance has fallen and is
now 5.89. >> think we're gonna appeal to the families that are looking for a smaller school setting. smaller school environment. something more home-like. something where every student has a one-on-one experience with their teacher. >> teaches you science, music, art, p.e. and i think it's fun. >> as school should be. the school has put out the word hoping to lure students from petaluma, maybe novato. all right. it's 8:38. less than a month way from one of the biggest sports events of the area. super bowl 50. it will be at levi stadium santa clara. joining me now live from san jose the mayor sam liccardo. always good to see you, mr. mayor. >> good morning, dave. >> good to have you here. talk to us about super bowl 50. how is san jose preparing for the super bowl? >> well, it's a great event for
the whole region. we are thrilled it's coming to santa clara. in san jose we will be hosting opening night. we will be hosting an nfc team in our hotels downtown. the practice facility. that's all going to be happening here, which means lots of traffic. we are going to need to manage that and up our security as well. and so we've created a separate fund from all of the new hotel revenues that we're generating from the super bowl to help pay for some of that overtime and additional staffing we'll need. >> what can you tell us about the reported soccer field proposal we have been hearing a lot about? >> it is really exciting. we are working on a seven soccer field complex in the guadalupe park. it will greet all of the new arrivals out right out of the airport. folks will see, hopefully, hundreds of kids out there playing on weekends. this is a partnership with the earthquakes. they are going to be building
out the fields. they will have a soccer academy there for their youth training program and we'll have several fields open for public use. >> sounds exciting, mr. mayor. let's talk about the weather. i see you don't have a heavy coat on this morning. but it's out gonna stay cold for a while now. have you made any progress, you and city leaders, for getting the homeless some shelter out of that cold? >> we're working with a lot of partners in the faith community and we're opening up community centers here within the city. so we've got four community officers centers that we're setting up as cold weather shelters in addition, of course, to the non-profit partners like home first, who have been operating shelters as well. we are now expanding our reach with the help of a lot of synagogues, churches and other faith communities that are willing to open their doors. we are getting the red tape out of the way, eliminating the permit requirements and helping them manage, if they are willing to welcome folks on a cold night.
>> thank you for the updated information. always good to get that information from you. always good to see you. san jose mayor sam liccardo. thank you for dropping by to see us. look forward to talking to you again. >> thanks, dave. a pleasure. 8:41. the president will deliver his final state of the union address tomorrow. officials say the president plans to focus on long-term goals for the country. not just his recent accomplishments or plans for this had coming year. after the speech cabinet members will be traveling around the country promoting the president's proposal. the white house says the road tour is geared towards highlighting issues such as climate change, health and access to opportunity. >> the president is gonna lay out a picture of the country moving forward, focused on the future, not afraid of it, and very optimistic about our future because of what he knows about this country. >> on friday, the president announced he will keep an empty seat next to the first lady on tuesday to represent victims of
gun violence. a syrian refugee the president called an inspiration also invited to sit with the first lady. and the sacramento marijuana who stopped a terror attack on a paris bound train last year will be at the address. spencer stone was hailed as a hero after he and two friends stopped the gunman in november. he will be one of two dozen guests sitting with the first lady. they were chosen because they represent americans as, quote, inclusive and compassionate, innovative and courageous. >> quite an honor. 8:47. last night was a night of glamor, but also a night of jokes that made you cringe and lots of big awards. the coming up on "mornings on 2" highlights of the 2016 golden globe awards. the interview that has a magazine and actor in the hot seat. details surrounding sean penn's sit-down with el chapo. we are looking at the east bay commute right now. nothing too bad. the bay bridge is getting a little bit better. i do see so the lights at the toll plaza. looks like something's going on. we will tell you what's going
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pam cook back in the studio now with more on the interview. pam, this may have led to the arrest of the man known as el chapo? >> yeah, ex cohas -- mexico has begun the extradition process to the united states. there is word that an interview of sean penn and a connection to a mexican actress helped lead it to guzman's arrest. now, he was arrested in mexico on friday six months after he escaped from a maximum-security prison. we are learning that sean penn had recently traveled a remote part of mexico to interview him for "rolling stone" magazine. guzman was apparently interested in making a movie about his own life. during the interview he talked about his fleets of submarines, airplanes, trucks and boats used to run his drug cartel. last night at the golden globe awards hollywood weighed in on the idea of interviewing a criminal. >> first of all, sean penn is
one of the actors, he is god for me. and i really admire him. but i wouldn't do it. i don't know. i mean, i don't feel like -- it's just a very personal -- i don't -- i wouldn't like to meet a criminal to have -- i mean, i'm sure that el chapo was more than a criminal. >> now, penn says the interview was planned by mexican actress kate del castillo, who was working with guzman about a project for his life. investigators want to question her and sean penn. the question now is, are they going to be in trouble with the law because of this interview, which was conducted while he was on the run. he was an escaped prisoner. >> wow. this is huge. >> we will hear more. we will stay on this.
>> all right. pam, thank you. time is 8:47. let's check traffic now. sal, you are watching the east shore and everything else? >> yeah, that's right. the east shore freeway. getting a little better. a 38-minute time. and you'll see the traffic is especially slow in berkeley. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza it's better. there was a stalled truck there earlier. they removed that. traffic is backing up for a 10 to 15-minute delay. not all that bad getting into san francisco. if you are driving in oakland northbound 880 traffic is going to be slow from about san leandro all the way up to just north of high street and it clears up for the drive north. 8:48. let's go to steve in the weather center. thank you, sir. a lot of cloud cover. not much else. a few reports of light rain, drizzle. really, i don't think much more than a .03 or .04. that's not everybody. just a few.
some fog around. temperatures 40s and 50s. weak little system, but there is a better one on the way and that will be here on, looks like, late tuesday, more likely into wednesday. the pattern continues here and it does look more favorable for rain as we head towards wednesday. again friday into saturday. this is a weak system. but the one on wednesday will have much more going for it. a lot of cloud cover here. keeps the temperatures on the cool side. a lot of 50s here. upper 50s for some. light rain. overall, cloudy to mostly cloudy. partly sunny later on. looking ahead head after wednesday looks like another couple systems want to pay a visit. thursday looking dry. some rain on friday. more likely coming in on the weekend. best opportunity would be saturday evening. that could change between now and then. that seems to be the early timeline. there is a lot coming across the pacific. looks like january will stay very active. just not very active with this system over us right now. again there is not a lot of low level clouds. high level clouds. 40s and 50s on the temps.
chill in the morning air. can you see the cloud cover just racing right across. we'll stay under the mostly cloudy forecast here. some afternoon sun. few breaks here and there. but a very weak system. so 50s and 60s on the temps. some are mid 50s farther to the north. starting to push the upper 50s around the bay and south bay as well. tomorrow looks to be almost the same. probably morning fog and then increasing clouds late tuesday, wednesday our system arrives. just some lingering showers thursday. i would focus on saturday for now. >> but particularly wednesday morning you're saying. >> yes. 8:50. a lot of attention is focused on the republican presidential primary. democrats are making interesting moves, too. senator bernie sanders gaining momentum. he is catching up to hillary clinton in some critical early states. recent polls show the two of them are neck in neck. that seemed unthinkable just weeks ago. now, hillary clinton has a slight lead in iowa. bernie sanders is leading in
new hampshire. but both leads, they are within the polling margin of error. >> bernie sanders, who would have thought when bernie sanders announced his campaign we would be three weeks out from iowa and it would be margin of error race? >> nationally, hillary clinton's numbers are much stronger. but this campaign season has been unique. non-traditional candidates on both sides are getting unexpected support. but that also makes it hard to predict who is really going to show up at the polls when it comes to election day. and then there is republican presidential frontrunner donald trump. he made quite an entrance at a campaign rally in reno yesterday. he shows he's ready for a fight and he wasted no time taking aim at the media. >> if the cameras would show the room, i always say show the room, you won't even believe it.
this place is packed. you see that center camera? it's not moving. are you gonna move it? show the room. they are just dishonest people. they won't move it. >> donald trump says he doesn't watch pro football of any more because he says the nfl has gone soft like the united states. he says a violent hit that used to be considered a great tackle now gets a 15-yard penalty. and he says referees are constantly throwing penalty flags just so their wives can see them on tv. well, the republican candidates will debate their sixth debate on thursday in north charleston, south carolina. you can see it on the fox business network. time is 8:52. the option of unisex bathrooms may be mandatory soon in san francisco. a proposed calls for single stall bathrooms available to all genders. supervisors david campos will introduce this bill tomorrow. the measure requires businesses
with single-stall bathrooms to make it clear at least one is available to everybody. but if a business only has multi-stall bathrooms, that would not be required for a change. now, the opening of the new bike and pedestrian path on the eastern span of the bay bridge may be delayed. the path, which right now stops just short of yerba buena island, was due to be finished by the summer. but "the chronicle" is reporting it may be delayed because of a last-minute designed change to an observation platform. once that's finished the path will let cyclists and pedestrians go between oakland and yerba buena island. time is 8:53. it's being called one of the biggest mishaps during a live pageant. >> full responsibility right here on the card. i apologize. >> it happened during the golden globe awards. this time it was no accident. "mornings on 2" will be right back.
and the golden globe goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> last night leonardo dicaprio won best actor for his role in "the revenant" at the golden globes. this also won best drama while "the martian" starring matt damon won best comedy. as for tv awards lady gaga earned best actress for "american horror story: hotel." and that lady won the award for best actress in a drama series. >> it was scary. but i'm the type of artist if the role doesn't scare me, i don't want it because it's not gonna change me as a person. so i took a risk. >> she sure did. the host ricky gervais, some people were not happy with his performance. a lot of them got on twitter criticizing him. he took shots at a long list of
celebrities, including ben affleck, jennifer lawrence, caitlyn jenner and million gibson, to say a few. well, one of last night's presenters decided to poke some fun at what is being called one of the worst live tv blunders in history. >> and the winner is "straight out of compton." >> ouch. yeah, that's actor/comedian jamie foxx. he was due to announce the winner of the best original score. that's when he on purpose announced straight out of corm ton, which was not nominated. that was a jab at steve harvey and his recent mishap during the miss universe pageant. >> it's right here on the card. i take full responsibility. it's right here on the card. i apologize to everybody in compton. i apologize it to ice cube. sorry. it's right here on the card. >> the real winner went to the man behind the score of quentin tarantino's latest movie called
the "hateful eight." coming up on the 9, the way david bowie affected most of us. we will tell you about the tributes pouring in from all over the world. also what if you do get rich? what do you do with that money? don't blow it. we will talk about that and also talk about some of the disastrous football games over the weekend. that's coming up on the nine.
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