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martin tonight. new at 6:00, the word is out, the people being told to take public transportation to avoid a super bowl 50 commuter crush. but our kpix 5's phil matier found out that bay area mass transit planners aren't changing much of anything. phil. [ clock tower bell ] >> reporter: here's the problem or the challenge. this is the embarcadero one of main thoroughfares north and south in san francisco. in order to accommodate the super bowl city that's coming up here, they need to take the traffic off this and put it on city streets. [ bell tolls ] >> reporter: but the only way they will be able to manage the flow is if people get out of their cars and take mass transit to work. are the commute lines ready for the load? here's the story. >> don't come in a car. come on transit. come on muni, on bart, on the ferries, caltrain. >> reporter: but that might not be so easy because none of the transit operators except muni are planning on extra commute lines to handle the crunch. >> at this point there's no
plan for that. at this point there's a plan for midday and evening service to be added a little bit. >> reporter: it's the same story for bart, which handles the bulk of the transbay compute and for caltrains as well in for the peninsula. >> we can't really add trains. our schedule is set by our train control system. >> reporter: but what about adding extra cars for the rush hour? muni is planning on doing it for the city commuters. so why not buses? >> we can't because the platforms are built for 10 cars so you can't have a train come into embarcadero station that's 11 cars long because one of those cars is going to be stuck back in the transbay tube. >> reporter: ac transit will have bigger buses, but no extra rush hour runs across the bay bridge. in fact, at this point, everyone is pretty much concentrating on weekends and big event nights. >> it's a super bowl week that we're concentrating on. >> what about the morning when they close down streets? >> we'll be monitoring it closely. >> bart parking is something
you shouldn't think about unless you have a monthly permit. >> whether you're commuting by bus or ferry plan extra time and it's hard to say how much time that is because we won't know until we're in it. >> reporter: we won't know until we're in t it's not just cars by the way that need a heads up. the people taking the ferries now and running there and trying to get there fast, they are going to have to divert their way around this area as well because today they started putting the fencing up for what they hope to turn into one of the biggest parties the city has ever seen. in san francisco, phil matier, kpix 5. >> if you need help getting around during super bowl week visit the special page on our website at cbssf.com/superbowl. san francisco taking extreme measures to get ready for the super bowl. john ramos found out the city is temporarily suspending all construction permits. >> reporter: san francisco is
by far the hottest building market in the country and as high-rises go up, traffic tends to slow down. but the city has gone all in for the super bowl so all bets are off with construction. >> we want to keep the streets and the sidewalks as clear as we can. putting a pause on construction is one way. >> reporter: the city is suspending all outdoor construction permits from downtown stretching embarcadero to 6th street. from january 23rd through february 12th, there won't be any more lanes of traffic coned off or giant holes in the pavement. the builders were warned about this when they took out the permits so no one should be too surprised. but a lot of construction workers are going to be out of work for about three weeks. >> there are going to be inconveniences. there's no doubt about it but then the benefits we hope will outweigh the inconveniences. >> reporter: they believe more than a million people will visit the area around market street being called super bowl
city. that's on top of the normal workday population. so to prevent massive gridlock for the next few weeks the party is over for downtown builders. >> we don't want lanes shut down or sidewalks dug up. >> reporter: they want visitors to enjoy their san francisco experience even if it's not exactly what those who live an work here experience every day. in san francisco, john ramos, kpix 5. >> another busy spot is going to be over by moscone center. that's where the nfl experience will be located. and new signs today that super bowl city is starting to take shape. crews began putting up fences at justin herman plaza and markers line the bocce courts. they will be closed off to create a temporary football field for the cbs broadcast center. street closures along embarcadero will start on saturday. a developing story out of santa rosa tonight where authorities say a suspected drunk driver hit two elderly
pedestrians. 77-year-old driver told police that she was pulling out of the oakmont village market this afternoon when she accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake. police say she struck two women on the sidewalk continued across the center median and two lanes of traffic and then crashed into a chain-link fence. the victims age 85 and 91 were taken to the hospital. one with life-threatening injuries. the driver is in police custody. a bittersweet moment today for the mother of mario woods. he is the 26-year-old man police shot and killed in the bayview last month. this would have been his graduation day. new at 6:00 joe vazquez tells us woods is now being honored with a diploma. joe. >> reporter: we're inside the tenderloin salvation army where they are holding the police commission meeting tonight. the police chief was roundly booed by some in this crowd just a short while ago when he
was announced and then you see signs saying fire chief suhr. meanwhile, this is a hubbub all about a man who was shot to death a few weeks ago. he would have graduated today. he wasn't there but he was remembered. >> mrs. woods, she lost a son. >> reporter: 84 graduates from the five keys charter school walked across the stage today a program that helps students go from incarceration to high school graduation. mario woods was supposed to be the 85th. >> we give honor and thanks to the mother of mario woods for stepping in to receive that diploma. >> reporter: he had stabbed someone, refused to drop the knife and cops shot and killed him. >> mario woods. [ applause and cheers ] >> accepting his diploma today. his mother. [ applause ] >> reporter: his mother held up
his diploma and cried. >> if i can get him back, i just want my baby back. >> reporter: mario's mother says he was trying to get his life together after he had been released from prison. the graduation ceremony happened just hours after the five officers involved in the shooting were cleared by an internal sfpd panel to return to duty. police say they will be working in roles that don't interact with the public. meanwhile, activists continue to demonstrate and aggressively call for the resignation of the police chief. i asked mrs. woods whether she is concerned these protests will go too far. >> there's a vow to protest during the super bowl, shutting down the freeway on martin luther king, jr. day. do you condone all those actions? >> i think everything has been peaceful thus far. i would hope that it stays peaceful thus far. i think all the people want is
the city to do the right thing, the fair and right thing. [ pause ] [ no audio ] >> it looks like we lost joe's audio there. we'll go ahead and see if we can get the tail end of that report for you. in the meantime, bart saying it is going to begin installing working cameras on all of its trains. as we first told you the cameras on the train car where a passenger was shot to death were not rolling. it turns out many of the cameras are just decoys and don't record anything. bart says it heard a lot of complaints from riders and will move quickly to get the new cameras up and running. >> the system was working, people didn't realize that possibly they weren't being recorded. but now that people know and the word is out we want to make sure people know that they can feel safe on bart. >> the suspect in the shooting is still on the loose. bart says it is installing cameras on trains -- or was as
it got the money and now it's coming up with a new plan to make sure that all of the cars have them. federal investigators have recovered the cameras on the greyhound bus that rolled over in san jose. the accident killed two passengers wounding more than a dozen others. the mangled bus has been towed to a yard in gilroy. kpix 5's maria medina is there with us. the investigation still has a long way to go, right? >> reporter: yeah, you know, investigators just towed away that bus a few minutes ago and not only are they far from completing their investigation, family members are also far from closure. >> we're heartbroken, tormented, i don't know what else i can say to express what we're feeling. >> reporter: ybarra had a feeling when he saw these images on the news his grandmother maria velazquez may be on the greyhound bus. >> i called the hotline and verified her name when they told me she was on that bus. >> reporter: the 76-year-old of salinas one of two victims who
died in yesterday's crash now a federal investigation. >> we are here to investigate this crash not only to look into what happened but why it happened and how we can prevent future crashes like this from happening. >> reporter: eight ntsb investigators arrived on scene late last night to begin the tedious task of combing through the evidence including the fact that driver gary bonslater admitted feeling fatigued and grabbed coffee in gilroy. passengers say they saw him doze off at the wheel more than 300 miles into the trip from l.a. just before the motor coach crashed and flipped on its side on a rainy highway 101 before 7 a.m. bonslater according to the dmv had a clean driving record. >> we have recovered a camera from the bus and we'll be looking into whether it recorded any information or not. >> reporter: fely rivera also died. investigators are looking into whether the passengers wore seatbelts at the time. >> my grandma, she was [
indiscernible ] >> reporter: it could be months before the victims' families will get answers about what could have been done to prevent the tragic crash. >> i was in shock. i was in shock. i didn't believe it. still don't believe it. >> reporter: that greyhound bus was just built in 2014. chp records show it did not have any significant mechanical defects in the last three inspections. meanwhile, greyhound has yet to return my calls. live in gilroy, maria medina, kpix 5. it is the end of the road for san francisco's bike yield law. mayor lee vetoed it saying, the ordinance does not promote balanced public safety and it trades safety for convenience. bike advocates proposed the law last summer when police began cracking down. cyclists say coming to a full stop at empty intersections say it's not necessary. they staged a protest showing how congested bike lanes get when stop signs are enforced. the veto is not in keeping with
his promise to make streets safer according to to some. train safety in the spotlight tonight after three cars derailed are hazardous materials. bay area close call and why some worry crews are downplaying the danger. >> and it has happened again. a hoverboard blamed for torching a bay area family's home. the accident that has the feds now getting involved. >> i can just coach. i just want to coach football. >> he is the man hired to bring a spark to the 49ers. new coach chip kelly on his plans for the team and the future of colin kaepernick. >> rain-free for the bay area for some of you cloud-free and high temperatures close to 70 for parts of the bay area. i'll let you know where we almost hit 70 and who will see the rain first when storm number 11 comes through coming up in your forecast in 7 minutes. ,,,,,,,,
the drought is affecting all of us. ,,,,,,,, at pg&e we've definitely put a focus on helping our agricultural customers through the drought. when they do an energy efficiency project and save that money they feel it right in their pocket book. it's exciting to help a customer with an energy efficiency project because not only are they saving energy but they are saving water. we have a lot of projects at pg&e that can help them with that and that's extremely important while we're in a drought. it's a win for the customer and it's a win for california. together, we're building a better california. narrowly avoided in martine
a train carrying sulfuric a derailed this morning... wi three cars landing on their sides. haz a potential disaster narrowly avoided in martinez. a train carrying sulfuric acid derailed this morning with three cars landing on their sides. hazmat rushed to the scene. it happened under a highway -- it happened under highway 680 overpass in martinez near marina vista avenue. reporter cate caugiran says for neighbors, the scene was eerily familiar. >> reporter: depending on who you ask this morning's trail derailment has two different stories. >> this is a minor incident. there is currently no threat to the public. >> this is not a minor derailment. this is a near miss. this could have shut down this entire bridge. >> reporter: what we know around 8:00 this morning, three union pacific cars carrying 100 tons of spent sulfuric acid went off the tracks just under the 680 freeway overpass. >> the back car was 60 degrees when it came off the track.
>> reporter: the acid is used in processing fuel. if leaked it could cause major breathing problems. the good news, no one was injured. and according to hazmat teams there is no leak. andres soto is standing watch. he remembers in 1993 a car ruptured in richmond and sent 32 people to bay area hospitals with toxins in the area. >> this stuff travels in the air, mixes in the air and kills people. >> reporter: hazmat crews say that the containers are safe and that there is no leak. as for what caused the train to derail, that's still unevery under investigation. in martinez, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> today's images of train tanker cars off the tracks won't sit well with east bay advocates who have been fighting for rail safety. kpix 5 has done extensive reporting on groups who have fought to keep highly explosive bakken crude from being shipped
to east bay refineries. more recently a backlash against plans to ship coal by rail to the port of oakland. the clean-up still under way after a big rig accident on highway 101 in san jose this morning. a tanker truck carrying salt flipped on its side after colliding with a car. the truck driver had major injuries but is expected to survive. it turns out the car involved was stolen. that driver took off and is still at large. the second largest terminal at the port of oakland is set to close. it is the same port where a massive container ship dock just last month. port officials say the operator ports america is ending its lease early. it's citing business reasons for pulling out. the terminal will close in 60 days. other terminals at the port will have to pick up the slack until a new less ee can be found. a santa rosa family is without a home or their pets tonight because of a hoverboard. the fire department says the
hoverboard was charging when it cause fire. by the time crews arrived the home was badly damaged. they found the two family dogs inside but it was too late. >> they pulled them out and tried to resuscitate them for 15 minutes and it didn't work. >> the hoverboard fire caused more than $250,000 in damage to that house. federal investigators are now involved in the case. a stranded marine mammal being nursed back to health tonight in sausalito. a trained rescuer found this northern fur seal pup around 6:30 this morning in the bushes of a hayward business park. there is no word on how the animal got there but he had an id tag. it turns out that he had been at the marine mammal center a couple of months ago now getting the care he needs. pipester will get a full exam tomorrow. >> good for him. >> he dug it at the marine mammal center. >> he wanted to come back.
[ laughter ] >> yeah. well, the wildlife, i'm wondering how they react to all this rain that's going on. >> they are thrilled. >> my dog doesn't like it. >> dogs going outside, cats going outside -- birds, man, i haven't heard this many birds in the neighborhood in years because they are happy. they have their water where they normally get it not trying to take it from your backyard. so nature perhaps enjoying the rain and hopefully you enjoyed the sunshine today. 60s today for highs. ocean beach 59. rain is a good thing but there's none out there now. we'll get more rainfall later on this week. hi-def doppler will be active again. here's the setup. it's been an interesting setup and very unlike what happened in 1998 and 1983 the last two times we had a strong el nino. active storm trang, we are getting the rainfall. but it's here and north. notice the red color. the jet stream is hitting us,
portland, eugene, seattle. that's strange because the last couple times we had a similar setup in the early winter it was southern california. this time a little different. the storm track is north. we can see this with the next storm, storm number 11. watch the cloud shield not diving down towards southern california. it's lifting to the pacific northwest. we'll get a glancing blow from the storm up to an inch of rain depending where you live. we get new information every hour from futurecast. let's watch this together. calling for an inch of rain for napa, and fairfield, and santa rosa and ukiah. beginning friday morning. but now not letting up until saturday afternoon. so 36 hours where we'll have light to moderate rain and it will add up to an inch in hayward and half in san jose. tomorrow we are dry. the rain begins friday. not tomorrow. a little cloudier but equally as mild. concord 63. redwood city 64. san rafael tomorrow 60 degrees. so we are dry tomorrow. we are wet on friday.
a little breezy, too. saturday morning is also looking wet before we dry out. once we get dry we'll stay dry. this will be the longest dry stretch of the winter so far from saturday afternoon all the way through next wednesday at a minimum so only one storm over the next seven days. it's the first time we could say that in about six weeks. >> my dog will be happy. >> the dog will be thrilled. >> birds are happy, too. everybody is happy. >> thank you, paul. she has been called one of the biggest heroes of the san francisco bay. tonight we remember the legacy of sylvia mclaughlin her tireless fight to keep the bay from being destroyed. >> wild ride for the markets. now stockbrokers are doubling as therapists. how they are calming clients' nerves in these anxious times. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,
staunchest defenders: sylvia california coast. first, cal fire says some one diedt moss beach. that's on the s a couple of breaking stories to get to right now off the northern california coast. the first one, cal fire says that someone died at moss beach. that's on the san mateo county coast. this one came in as a cliff rescue. it is now being reported as a fatal. in the north bay search
teams are looking for a missing surfer off rodeo beach. that's in the marin headlands. high surf is hampering the search and we are going to go ahead and check on both stories and get back to you as soon as we have more details. so the bay has loves one of its staunchest defenders. sylvia mclaughlin was the last surviving cofounder of the nonprofit save the bay. sharon chin had the privilege of meeting her a couple of years ago and joins us with her amazing story. this goes back a few years. >> reporter: this goes back two years. sylvia mclaughlin was not afraid to make waves and that was unusual for a woman in the '60s. she and two friends launched save the bay to try to turn the tide on sprawl and pollution. the very first victory was to stop berkeley's plan to double the size of the city by filling in 2,000 acres of the bay. a few years later, governor reagan signed into law the first coastal zone management agency to protect the bay.
>> the fact that we still have a bay today is due in large part to sylvia's leadership in a time when there weren't environmental leaders and there certainly weren't women leading that kind of an effort. >> mclaughlin also cofounded urban care and citizens for eastshore parks. in 2012 the east bay regional park designated mclaughlin eastshore state park along an eight-mile stretch through berkeley and four other cities. she was 99. now, i met sell via when -- sylvia when she won a jefferson award. save the bay had stopped another development and met david rockefeller and he shook her hand and said you won, she smiled. that was pretty great. >> and to think that nobody had really, you know, thought about anything like saving the bay. development in those days because like you have to get out and fill in the water and build houses and they had the foresight to say no. >> she enjoyed looking at the bay from her berkeley home for
many, many years. >> all right. sharon, thank you for that. coming up in our next half- hour, just one peek at the 401(k) and it's enough to make anyone sick. hold on. we spent the day with some financial pros to see how they are using psychology to calm market jitters. >> a school security officer tackles a student. only on "5" the two sides to this campus confrontation. >> and he looks like any other apple customer until he snatches an iphone and takes off. the bold theft caught on camera. ,, ,,
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custody.. after police say e hit two pedestrians. the crash happened around 1-20 this afternoon outside the oakmo village market in santa ros eye. a 77-year-old driver is? custody after police say she -- is in custody after police say she hit two drivers this afternoon at oakmont village market in santa rosa. the woman said she hit the gas instead of the brakes. i'm maria medina in gilroy where ntsb investigators just arrived on scene to find out what happened in yesterday's deadly greyhound bus crash. two people died. investigators say they have recovered a camera on that bus
and will be looking at footage. meanwhile, they will be questioning the bus driver who said he was fatigued at the time. witnesses said he had fallen asleep at the wheel just before the crash. closing bell brought an end to a fairly wild ride on wall street today. stocks have been taking a beating and this turns into one of the most volatile trading days in a long, long time. the plunge started right at the opening bell by middle of the day the dow was actually down more than 500 points. but it rallied in the afternoon erasing some of the massive loss for the day. the dow was down today nearly 250 points. the nasdaq had a late surge, as well. it was off by 5. the s&p 500 fell 22. oil prices also plummeting which is causing a lot of the concern with investors right now. u.s. crude closed below $27 a barrel. it has not been that low since 2003. san ramon based chevron is feeling the pressure. its stock fell 3% today alone.
so what do you do if you're getting nervous about your investments going down the drain? kpix 5's mike sugerman asked some experts today. mike. >> reporter: what do you do? what do you do?! financial professionals are feeling more like psychologists than brokers these days. they are talking down clients. they have to really hold their hands. [ bell ] >> reporter: where o where has my 401(k) gone? south. >> obviously these are challenging times. >> reporter: this broker speaks the truth. he tells clients things that to the layman might not make sense. >> the economy and u.s. picture is just as good as it's been over the last eight years. this is a time to buy. >> sometimes we are doing therapy without a license. >> grand financial advisers, this is dave shore. >> reporter: dave shore is listening. >> 95% of our brains are run by our emotions. >> reporter: he can show clients charts. he can recite history. graphs can tell the truth. but that's not what people see
in front of them. >> so short term it makes sense that the psychology is going to affect prices in the market. >> reporter: stocks go up, stocks go down. but it's the down days the phone calls go up. >> i have never had a client call me up jumping for joy when the market was up 300 points in the day. but i have had them call when the market is down 400 points in a day or 250 as it seems it ended today. >> reporter: if you think it's just the little guy who needs counseling. >> because i have brokers that have called me and said that, you know, i'm thinking about getting out of the business. i can't take it. you know, i can't take it. >> reporter: steven lawrence runs the san francisco brokers club. >> i go, you decided to make this your occupation. you have been in it, stick with it. >> reporter: looking at your portfolio and getting nervous? you aren't alone. even the pros are getting the willies. dave says no one believe a crash is in sight. it's more likely correction and some are talking about 10%. and history shows that after a bear market which goes down, a
bull market usually takes it higher than it was before. it's kind of hard to stomach currently looking at your financial statements. in san francisco, mike sugerman, kpix 5. only on "5" a security officer tackles a student at a bay area high school and the whole thing is caught on camera. watch as the student is suddenly thrown against the wall and then taken to the ground. the boy's mother tells kpix 5 da lin that she wants answers. >> reporter: the confrontation happened in the main office at fremont high school on january 8. the vice principal and a school security officer talked to a student. as the student tried to leave the office, the guard stopped him. a lot of pushing, shoving and eventually the guard forced the student on to the ground. it went on for another minute behind that wall. security officers later handcuffed the student identified by his mother as 16- year-old roberto canales. his mother gave me pictures
taken in the hospital showing browses on his face, shoulders, arms and hands. she says the guard punched her son behind the wall. >> it's hard for me because i supposed to protect my children. >> reporter: she gave me roberto's medical report which showed at the time he was under the influence of cocaine. school administrators say because he was high they couldn't let him leave. but the mother said the student didn't threaten anyone and the administrators could have calmed the situation down [ heavy accent ] >> i don't think the force is necessary. they are grown men and he is just a kid he don't got as much force as they do. >> reporter: the district police chief is investigating. he is out of town but says over the phone he did not see the guard punch the student in the video. he says the student refused to stay and the security officer
had few options. >> end up having a confrontation with somebody it unfortunately never looks good so i can see why people think that that video could be problematic. i just ask people not to rush to judgment because they don't have all the facts. >> reporter: two years ago, in the same office, two guards punched and choked a different student. those guards resigned. some students and teachers here are extremely upset the district did not suspend the security guards. they plan to have a community meeting next month to talk about it. at fremont high in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> the school's district police chief isn't ready to say whether the security officer used appropriate force on this teenager. he is waiting for the investigation to finish. the security officer continues to work at fremont high. new video now of brazen shoplifting from a packed apple store. it happened at the stoneridge shopping center in pleasanton. keep your eye on the kids in hoodies. at least four suspects seen here managed to snatch iphones and sprint out of the store. and if you recognize any of
them, call police. the search for two missing college students swept into the ocean near santa cruz has been called off tonight. the two people were standing on some rocks at bonny doon beach monday when they disappeared into the water. coast guard conducted a 22-hour search that spanned 46 square miles looking for them but turned up nothing. this afternoon family and friends gathered on the coast for a vigil. the students attended uc-santa cruz. the chancellor there says it is hard breaking that they are no longer with us. pluto may have been demoted but tonight, new evidence that there is another planet lurking on the edge of our solar system. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ just you and i ♪ ♪ grow old with me ♪ let us share what we see ♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i ♪ scientists at cal tech... fl fairly confident they've located a ninth planet in our solar system. they first noticed something odd going on scientists at cal tech feel confident to that they have located a ninth planet in our solar system. they first noticed something odd going on about two years ago. through research they say there
is evidence now of a planet billions of miles beyond neptune that's about 10 times the size of the earth. >> these orbits are showing us sorts of a gravitational one way sign towards the existence of an additional body. >> that's right. i said nine planets. they demoted pluto our olds ninth planet ten years ago. now they need someone with a powerful telescope to locate it. say hello to the newly announced 2016 grammy performer. ♪[ music ] ♪ hello how are you ♪ >> adele will be taking the stage along with nominee kendrick lamar and weekend and little big town. the grammys air on kpix 5 on february 15 at 5:00 with an encore presentation at 8 p.m. track super bowl visitors everywhere they go. the big bay area city teaming up with a tech company to
follow football fans on their smartphones. i'll have details on that plus more tonight on bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. maybe there's a three-story building somewhere close to where you live about 30 feet high. the difference between the bottom and top of the building is how much california's second largest reservoir lake oroville has risen over just the past three weeks. it is up 30 feet! that's a lot of water. how much more water is in the seven-day forecast? there are two wet days. find out which ones they are coming up. >> and ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
care. sharon chin introduces this week's ...jefferson award winner. research shows childhood trauma leads to lifelong health problems so a doctor is creating a national model of care. sharon chin introduces us to this week's jefferson award winner. reporter: >> can i take a peek in your ear? >> reporter: pediatrician dr. nadine burke harris noticed a troubling pattern among her patients at the bayview child health center a clinic she helped open in one of san francisco's poorest neighbors. >> so many of our patients were experiencing high doses of adversity. >> reporter: she found a study by kaiser permanente and the centers for disease control that changed her life and career. the research showed that children are three times more likely to get heart disease, cancer and other serious diseases if they experience severe childhood trauma, like their parents' divorce, mental illness, imprisonment, substance abuse and violence. she then expected her own patients' records.
>> if our patients had four or more adverse childhood experiences, their risk of having learning and behavior problems in school was 32 times that of our patients who had zero events. >> welcome to our implementation meeting. >> reporter: so dr. burke harris cofounded the center for youth wellness in 2012 to fight the medical effects of childhood adversity. >> when young patients come for their doctors' appointments at the bayview child health center they will get evaluated and if they have three or more of the adverse childhood experience, they will get referred to the center for youth wellness. the treatment ranges from home visits and therapy to meditation, biofeedback and nutrition. >> thank you. >> reporter: lottie titus says dr. burke harris has helped her grandchildren through depression, diabetes and behavioral problems. >> she is very approachable. she, um, is, um, caring, she's compassionate. >> can i get a hug?
>> reporter: the doctor is elated when she hears reports of happy outcomes like this. >> he is one of the best kids in the class, i was like, yes, like that is success! >> reporter: so for creating an innovative program to prevent and heal the effects of childhood trauma, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to dr. nadine burke harris. sharon chin, kpix 5. >> you can nominate your local hero for a jefferson award online. head to our cbssf.com/hero. >> over 30 paul deanno. when is it going to rain? >> friday morning. it will be 36 hours. the timing of the system has change. temperatures are the same as 24 afternoon. we are in the 60s down to the mid-50s. 58 in san jose.
oakland 57. concord currently 56 degrees. san jose 48. fairfield and vacaville 42 degrees. hi-def doppler radar is rain- free. it's been rare this month that we haven't had rainfall. i love the fact that we can draw the jet stream right now. this is the jet stream as it's happening right now and the red color is the strongest winds at the upper levels of the atmosphere. that's kind of the path of least resistance that mother nature carved out for storms to follow. watch the storm track is not heading into southern california like it did the past couple very strong el ninos. it's been really dry this month in los angeles, santa barbara, san luis obispo and san diego. it's been extraordinarily wet in the pacific northwest because that's where the storm track is aiming. we are getting the rainfall but it's here and north as opposed to here and south. it's here. i showed you the numbers from
lake oroville getting a ton of rainfall and they will continue to. the next storm following that path every least resistance into the pacific northwest where it's already pouring, we'll have to wait for a glancing blow from this storm. that will arrive on friday morning. futurecast tomorrow morning a little cloudier. but equally as dry as today. friday morning, for the morning commute, the final one of the week, it is going to be soggy especially in the north bay around 6, 7:00. scattered showers throughout the day. it will be wet on and off all day long but only light to moderate rainfall. friday night, the rain continues. saturday morning 10:00 soccer practice maybe baseball practice maybe it's going to be soggy saturday morning. it won't dry out until saturday afternoon. so what to expect we'll have fog returning again tonight although not as widespread because we went be as cold. dry and mild on thursday so we are mainly dry tomorrow, rain moves in friday and will last until saturday morning. check out the highs. we are above average again:
figure's the 49ers the 49ere trying to jump- start their franchise with a guy named,p ess than month sillicon valley is the startup capital of the world so it figures the 49ers are trying to jump-start their franchise with a guy named chip. >> walked to work this morning and you smell the air around here you get smarter. so hopefully that will teach us to get a couple more wins. >> reporter: less than a month after being fired by the eagles, the 49ers offered kelly a new lease on life as the head coach in the nfl. >> i don't think it was a [ indiscernible ] to me probably because i got fired i looked at it more as an autopsy. so i'm in the middle of the autopsy right now. still looking at it so sent some toxicology reports. i'll give you an answer.
>> reporter: the general consensus of cause of death for the kelly era was his inability to coach and pick his players. that won't be an issue here. trent baalke will have final say over the 53-man roster. >> i want it to be in a situation where i can just coach. i want to just coach football. >> we sat in his living room actually his dog henry was sitting on my lap for two hours of it. but, you know, we share a very similar vision. >> reporter: we'll have to wait to see what that vision is for the quarterback position. kelly was noncommittal on colin kaepernick's future with the 49ers. >> obviously kaep is an extremely talented football player so you need to have a good quarterback to win. but i was also impressed in the film that i watched in terms of how blaine played this year also. >> reporter: whoever is under center we know the offense will play faster. but will it result in wearing out the defense? the eagles d ranked near the bottom of the league in all
three seasons under kelly. >> i have also never met a defensive player that says coach, i want you to possess the ball for the entire game so i don't have to play. you know, i want guys that on the defensive side of the football that the san francisco 49ers can't wait to get on the field. >> reporter: the last word goes to jed york who after firing two head coaches in two years insists that san francisco finally has the right guy. >> if chip kelly is unacceptable for the first year, will you fire him? >> chip will be here for a long time. lane kevin was at de la salle for a recruiting visit but could there be more to his trip to the bay area? chip kelly has reportedly contacted kiffin. derek car is flamed to pro bowl as a replacement for aaron
rodgers. the first raider quarterback to make the pro bowl since rich gannon. tom brady has been called many things during his career and we can now add crybaby to that list. [ laughter ] [ baby crying ] >> broncos defensive end antonio smith told reporters that brady constantly cries to the refs and the new york papers ran with it. here's the back pages from the "new york daily news." the "new york post." but brady didn't throw a temper tantrum in his response. >> the new york media has been having some fun at your expense. care to comment on some. things you've seen? >> no. i haven't seen any so -- thank you. >> thank you. the warriors in chicago wrapping up their -- >> crybaby. >> crybaby indeed. wrapping up their road trip. steph curry with the thrill. golden state up by 21 in the first half. 2nd quarter klay misses the layup, curry back in the labor
to bogut for the jam. right now -- the warriors are so good they are boring. they are up by 20 points in the 4th quarter. >> boring. >> good night, that is a huge fish! >> our catch of the day goes to sean paulus who pulled in this 47-pound coho salmon on a river in oregon. this salmon ran four times. took about 30 minutes for sean to pull him in. that is a lot of salmon steak. do you think you can do better? send us your fishing pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. you know, we don't show a lot of fishing pictures in the winter but that's the best time to go fishing for me. >> really? >> i see bald eagles. it's quiet. there's no obnoxious ski boats. >> sounds like the "revenant." >> good night. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com whoo! i mean, whoo.
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