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a live shot. >> levi's stadium. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. in just about an hour, a search will restart for a missing surfer in marin county. he was last seen on the north end at rodeo beach in the marin headlands last seen in the water on the beaches north and apparently unconscious. two other surfers were with him at the time around 5:30 last night. anne makovec reports. reporter: there's a lot of concern about this guy this morning. the search for the missing surfer will resume at daylight. rescuers had to give up last night after searching for about two hours. it was just too dark and dangerous to continue. the missing surfer was first sported by two other surfers in the water at about 5:00 last night. he was unconscious and so they tried to give him cpr in the water but it was too rough. >> a large wave came in, hit them, and they separated. the three separated. the two regrouped and tried to find the downed surfer and they
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were unable to. >> reporter: so the surfers returned to shore and called 911. several agencies couldn't find him. the surf last night was eight to ten feet high and the man was last seen near a cave at the north end of the beach. all we know about this missing surfer right now is he is in his 40s. the search resumes at daylight this morning. live at rodeo beach, anne makovec, kpix 5. just in, oakland police are investigating a violent fatal crash on macarthur boulevard. the car may have been speeding when the driver lost control and slammed into a tree. no one else was hurt in the crash. macarthur boulevard is closed at high street while police investigate. 5:01. it was nice getting into the
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car today. no rain, it's warm outside, too. >> very mild. temperatures have been -- yesterday was 67 degrees for two days in a row in san jose. mid 60s today, becoming partly cloudy. another system is coming this way. mostly cloudy skies. what we're looking at now is increasing wind out of the south eat about 5 to 10. will become breezy today up to 20. numbers span from the 50s to the 40s. today with increasing clouds 50s, 60s beaches. 60s across the peninsula. it will be breezy in morgan hill at 63 degrees. 65 in san jose. notice from concord to clayton into walnut creek and streaming all the way into brentwood in the low to mid-60s east of the bay. 50s 60s north of the golden gate bridge with the winds up to 15 and 20, 58 degrees in cloverdale. let's take advantage of those dry conditions out on the roads this morning. here's a live look outside at
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the golden gate bridge. things are looking beautiful out there. 101 southbound from 580 to the golden gate toll plaza currently 14 minutes. and the bay bridge also looking good. from time to time the cash lanes are seeing about five to six cars in lanes. smooth conditions from the carquinez bridge to the maze 18 minutes. there is one accident we are keeping an eye on westbound 205 at mountain house parkway. the left lane is blocked. but they are already working on that. we are looking at a few cars slowing down right in that area but once you get past that area as you move out of tracy, your altamont pass drive time to 680 is perfect, 15 minutes. the bay area is undergoing a lot of changes all in preparation for super bowl 50. officials predict nearly a million people will be in the area for the game and the pearce an celebrations. kpix 5's keit do live in the south bay with more on how the
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biggest game in football will create a nightmare for drivers and public transportation, as well. good morning. reporter: good morning. government and transit folks are beating the drum early and often. they are telling everybody in the days and weeks leading up to the super bowl, get out of your cars and use public transportation. but doing so may not be so easy. that's because none of the transit operators are adding extra commute lines to handle the crunch of commuters and super bowl visitors. the caltrans schedule set and locked in. ac transit will have bigger buses but no extra rush hour runs. muni is adding extra cars. but golden gate transit says they are not adding buses because they think they will just get stuck in traffic. >> what about the morning crush when they start shutting down streets? >> we're going to be monitoring it very closely. whether you're commuting by bus or by ferry, you should plan extra time. and it's hard to say how much time that is because we won't know until we're in it.
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>> reporter: now, as for bart, which handles the bulk of the transbay commute, bart is focusing their attention on the week leading up to the super bowl and the weekend of the big game. as far as adding extra cars for rush hour, muni is planning on doing it for their in-city commuters so why not bart? >> we can't because the platforms are built for 10 cars so cannot have a training come into the station 11 cars long because one of the cars will be stuck back in the tube. >> reporter: so we haven't had a super bowl in the bay area in 30 years. nobody knows really what to expect. just give yourself some extra time and then adjust accordingly. frank, back to you. >> exactly. bart is going to be very popular that week. i can only imagine. but their parking lots are only so big. so what's going to give there? >> reporter: yeah. so you know, as anybody who has taken bart lately they know that those lots fill up early. they stay full late into the day and into the evening. if you plan to use them, plan on another way to get to the
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station because of the parking lots going to be slammed. live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. a federal judge says a civil rights lawsuit stemming from a sheriff's deputy's fatal shooting of a boy near santa rosa can go to trial. 13-year-old andy lopez was carrying a toy pellet gun when he was shot by a sonoma county deputy in 2013. now a judge says the boy's parents can make a claim of excessive force in court. that means deputy erick gelhaus will face trial. the judge says the question of whether deadly force was reasonable is best resolved by a jury. the trial will be in april in oakland. new this morning, 32-year- old martin [ indiscernible ] is in the spotlight again. the former ceo of turning pharmaceuticals, it's part of an investigation on companies that have made huge price hikes on drugs. he famously initiated a 5,000% price hike on a drug used for a
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rare infection. he faces conspiracy charges. california corrections officials say the state is saving three billion less than expected on their prisons. they argue a federal judge's request to lower the head count sparked a push for expensive private prison beds and that's all part of the reason why the state isn't seeing long term savings despite less inmates. the budget would have been $1.3 billion higher this year without the changes. pacifica police are warning about an irs scam. they say scammers call residents and claim they are from the irs. then they demand money from a debit card or wire transfer. if a person refuses, scammer threatens to suspend their license then another scammer calls back and pretends to be a police officer. officials say the irs always requests payment by mail first. california regulators are trying to clear up confusion about the state's end of life law. the california medical association just released guidelines explaining what kind
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of drugs are prescribed, what a physician needs to do and how patients qualify for the option. answers are on the california medical association's website. governor brown signed the law in october. governor jerry brown will hold his annual state of the state address in sacramento later this morning. he will talk to lawmakers to focus their attention on fixing state highways and improving social welfare programs, and protecting the environment. he will also go into depth about his $122.6 billion education and healthcare spending plan. his address begins at 10:00. politics. donald trump, sarah palin, are hitting the campaign trail at full tilt. they spent the first full day on the trail on wednesday after palin's endorsement earlier this is week. don champion has the very latest on the gop presidential race. reporter: donald trump is
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riding high off the endorsement of tea party favorite sarah palin. wednesday the former republican vice-presidential nominee hit the road with trump in tulsa, oklahoma. >> are you ready to stump for trump? i'm here to support the next president of the united states of america! >> everybody wanted her endorsement. she said what you're doing, donald, is amazing. it's movement. >> reporter: her endorsement is a blow to ted cruz. the men are neck and neck in iowa less than two weeks away from the caucuses. campaigning in new hampshire, cruz tried painting trump as the new washington establishment candidate. >> there are a whole lot of people in this country that feel exactly the same way that are fed up with republican leadership that make all sorts of promises to get elected. and then sell this country down the river. >> hillary clinton will win. >> reporter: trying to create a spark, jeb bush released a new online ad wednesday featuring a fake news story showing hillary
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clinton winning the election if trump becomes the nominee. they are hoping the billionaire and cruz will lose momentum once voting starts. >> the president of the united states needs to have a steady hand, needs to have leadership skills, needs to have a backbone and a heart and a brain. >> reporter: on saturday, the des moines register newspaper in iowa will unveil its highly influential endorsement of a gop candidate. don champion, cbs news. 5:10. bracing for a blizzard. people in the mid atlantic could get the biggest winter storm they have seen in years. a look at the preparations next. >> and smokers beware. the cost for that habit could soon be going up. how much more you may pay for a pack of smokes. >> 11, it is storm number 11 in this month of january. and we'll track it and tell you when you can expect the raindrops. >> and some good news coming out of the traffic center this morning. all lanes finally back open on westbound 205 after a crash earlier this morning. still some little slowdowns there. we'll tell you about that coming up.
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baltimore and washington-- there's more to come. the president was also help up s. wet condition snow caused delays in dc last night with a blizzard watch in baltimore and washington. there's more to come. the president was held up by the winter mess. wet conditions caused pileiums and spinouts in the metro area
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but dc's mayor says the city is prepared for the massive storm that's expected tomorrow. >> already asked for additional national guard vehicles. and we would be prepared to ask for personnel. >> friday's storm could bring 12 to 24 inches of snow to the dc and baltimore area. so far new york city and new england should be spared the winter mess. a snowboarder who allegedly went into a closed area near a california ski resort may face criminal prosecution. the sugar bowl resort says the snowboarder caused an avalanche. placer county investigators say the snowboarder posted video online showing the incident. sugar bowl claims the snowboarder was trespassing and that he put others at risk. governor of michigan continues to apologize for the tap water contamination with the lead in flint's drinking water. the governor tells cbs news anchor scott pelley it got away
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from the agency charged with oversight and officials doesn't use common sense. yesterday he released emails showing he was aware of complaints from flint residents a year ago. a new initiative could tax california smokers an additional $2 a pack. a coalition of health experts is pushing to get the measure on the november ballot. the save lives coalition says it aims to reduce tobacco use and raise money for anti- smoking campaigns. the initiative applies to ecigarettes, as well. a billionaire backing the petition says it could keep teens from ever trying tobacco. >> if you raise the price of cigarettes, people smokeless. people respond to prices and in particular young people don't start. so, to a very large extent we are trying to give them a disensignive to start smoking. >> -- disincentive to start smoking. >> the measure needs about 585,000 voters' signatures to get on the ballot.
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5:15 on a thursday. let's check traffic and see how we're doing. >> good news so far coming out of the traffic center. we do see all lanes back open on westbound 205 this morning. we do have a crash there earlier near mountain house parkway. that's been moved off to the side. still seeing some minor slowdowns on the road out there. nothing major. once you get past that area, you're looking at things picking up in the green this morning. another area where you may see some activity off the side of the road this is finally cleared but northbound highway 17 just past the summit we did have a crash there earlier. that was blocking one lane. but you're starting to see the green sensors back on the road this morning exactly what we want to see as you head out the door. here's a live look right now at the golden gate bridge. you can see things looking perfect. 101 northbound from 880 to the golden gate toll plaza currently in the green. 14-minute drive time exactly what we're hoping to see. a check now live at the bay bridge starting to see more headlights out there on the roads. things are picking up but no major delays to report there. now, if we head out to mass
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transit we have one thing i want to mention "ace" train 1 seeing about a 15-minute delay right now. elsewhere we are not seeing any delays. caltrain is looking good. muni is looking good so far this morning. and if you want to take a look at some of the south bay drive times you're seeing green on the sensors. so far some dry conditions this morning but roberta, is that going to stick around? >> for this morning, it will, sandra. good morning to all of you. welcome, by the way, sandra. nice to have you on board. it's 5:17 on this thursday morning. checking the weather watcher, hugh overcast 46 degrees -- high overcast 46 degrees says dave in napa. winds under 5 miles per hour for the most part at this hour but the winds are going to increase as the day progresses southeast 5 to 20 miles per hour. it's our live hi-def doppler radar.
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we have radar all over the area. storm number 11 is in the west coast of northern california. we have temperatures in the 40s and 50s out the door this morning. now, here's what we have going on. mostly cloudy conditions. some areas of fog. dry and mild temperatures for today. and then storm 11, the leading edge arrives late tonight but will impact your friday and your saturday for the most part. all right. here we go. this is the area of low pressure. this is storm number 11. and right now, it looks like it doesn't have as much precipitation associated with it as the past two storms. still up to two inches of rain. but it's got a lot of wind associated with it. so here's the clouds, here's the leading edge of the frontal boundary providing us with some rain showers late in the far reaches of the north bay. and then here's your friday morning about this time. we'll be wet. you will need your umbrella for the morning commute. and then we have hit-and-miss scattered showers throughout the day. then the center of the core of
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the center of the area of low pressure will impact most of your saturday afternoon as well before we begin to dry out for the second half of the weekend. all right, your tahoe report: we'll have a rainout for your friday. then dry weather into the bay area sunday through wednesday. make it a great thursday. the oscars are in crisis control after several actors said they are boycotting the academy after only white actors were nominated in top categories and now jada pinkett smith says the problem isn't just about the academy awards. pinkett smith says her plea is also about black people taking back their power in an industry that doesn't value people of color. other hollywood "a" listers are also getting their stance on
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the lack of diversity. [ indiscernible ] how to get away with murder, says she is not boycotting the oscars. but agrees a lot of change needs to happen in hollywood. >> things can't be the same and therefore, it gives people the opportunity to come in and show what they can do. it gives women over the age of 40, it gives journeyman actors, people who probably wouldn't have been given an opportunity in film who would have been the 14th or 15th lead now they are the lead roles. >> the oscars airs february 28th. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the warriors are sending a message through the eastern conference. don't mess with the west. domination sensation. and what do we know about the 49ers' new head coach after his first meeting with the media? that answer coming up. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at we may come and feature your school on the show. play of the day... sacramento kings at l-a l rah-jon rondo ,,,,
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good morning. if you can judge a coach based on his press conference, then chip kelly should fare much better than jim tomsula did one year ago. >> we can see farther today because of the shoulders we stand on of the people who came before us. sent toxicology reports. when they come back i'll give
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you a full answer of what goes on. i don't think anybody goes into the season saying let's get sick. i think i'm hands on. i lead with my feet. i'm going to call the good plays and i'm going to have the offensive coordinator call the bad ones. >> kelly didn't divulge much about the team especially about quarterback colin kaepernick who he recently met. he loves the bay area. >> it's probably the most fertile creative ground around here when you look at the companies in sillicon valley and the whole bay area itself, i'm excited to be part of it. i mean, you walk 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. >> day one of the kelly era. the warriors saw a comedy show at second city theater in chicago two nights ago and last night, they had a laugher at the united center. steve kerr in the middle even got on stage. part of the skit. he was on the bulls team that won 72 games. that is what the warriors are chasing now.
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chicago fans treated to the andre iguodala show reverse dunk and then later barbosa throws the lob to iggy for the 21-point lead. warriors win 125-94. steph curry by the way had 25 points. now, you know, the warriors have 39 wins and four losses. we're more than halfway through the season. so matching or surpassing that 72 win season by the chicago bulls very, very possible. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. play of the day, we got more hoops. sacramento kings at l.a. rondo the kings on the move going to find the seam -- i'm taking it up myself and dunking! not a tall guy, right over ryan kelly of the lakers. two on the foul and the fall. it's a three-point play. 11 points, 17 assists. kings beat the lakers by 19. mr. rondo our play of the day. i'm kiet do. we're live at levi's stadium. we are going to tell you why the city of san jose is tracking super bowl visitors using their cell phones.
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>> the search for a missing surfer is going to resume at daylight. we'll tell you about the conditions making things very difficult for rescuers this morning. ,, ,,,,,,
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forced them to do something drastic, still ahead. and tracking your every mov how san jose plans to keep eye on super b bart leadership making big changes. how uproar from passengers forced them to do something drastic still ahead. >> and tracking your every move. how san jose plans to keep an eye on super bowl fans. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, we are 21 days into the month of january and we are looking at storm number 11. >> no crashes on the road this morning but you can see by the number of cars on the bay bridge near the toll plaza this morning, metering lights will be on any second.
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we'll have a check of traffic straight ahead. good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 21. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:30. a short time from now, search crews will look again for a missing surfer in marin county. he was last seen off rodeo beach floating face down and apparently unconscious in the water. kpix 5's anne makovec is at rodeo beach where the aerial water search resumes at daybreak. reporter: another hour and a half before they resume their search for this man. presumably he has been in the water all night long. rescuers had to give up last night after about two hours of searching. it was just too dark and dangerous to continue. the missing surfer was first spotted by two other surfers in the water at about 5 p.m. he appeared unconscious so they tried to give him cpr right there in the water but it was just too rough. a huge wave separated them and they lost sight of the
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unconscious surfer. so the other surfers returned to the shore and called 911. the coast guard, fire department and national park service all came out to look but they couldn't find him. >> we used all our resources in the area to try and locate him. due to the conditions, we were unable to. >> reporter: now all we know about the surfer is that he is in his 40s. the surf last night was 8 to 10 feet high. the masked man was last seen near a cave at the north end of the beach. and again, the search will resume at daylight this morning. live at rodeo beach, anne makevoc, kpix 5. bart is making some big changes to keep you safe after we exposed a big blind spot in its security system. most of the cameras on board railcars are decoys. outrage has poured in from riders who don't feel safe or bart anymore. a spokesman for the mass transit unit says bart is
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working to buy and install all new cameras on board trains. >> we have herds from the public. they are upset we are using decoys. we're going to get rid of them and we're buying new cameras for the current fleet. >> bart is blaming a lack of funneled, for the decoils but there's still no timeline for when all of the enough security cameras will installed. a mystery at san mateo county. a hiker found a body near devil's slide and right now no one knows who it is. that body was found on a cliff. all investigators can say is it is a white man and there are no signs of foul play. a santa rosa woman is under arrest accused of driving under the influence when she ran over two elderly women. it happened shortly after 1:00 yesterday afternoon at oakmont village market. 77-year-old gail gray told police she hit the gas instead of the brakes on her lexus. she said her dog was in her lap and she got distracted. she hit the two women on the sidewalk and kept going until she crashed into a fence. the victims are 85 and 91 years old.
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both are in the hospital and the 85-year-old has life- threatening injuries. ntsb investigators spent much of the night combing through debris from the greyhound bus that crashed in san jose on tuesday morning. the drive of the bus admitted feeling fatigued at the time. two passengers both women died. more than a dozen others were hurt. that mangled but has been towed to a yard --bus has been towed to a yard in gilroy. we have recovered a camera from the bus and we'll look into whether it recorded any information. >> the victims are identified as 76-year-old maria velazquez of salinas and 51-year-old fely olivera of san francisco. investigators are looking into whether the passengers were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. oakland police continue to investigate a violent fatal crash on macarthur boulevard. this silver sedan was split in half by the force of the impact. investigators say the car may have been speeding when the driver lost control and slammed
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into a tree. a passenger in the car was not hurt. macarthur boulevard is closed at high street while police investigate. emergency work has begun to repair erosion along morada road in half moon bay. crews are dumping roughly 100 tons of boulders in front of the bluff to help shore it up. monday's storm generated powerful waves that caused a 75- foot-long portion to fall on the beach. all right. storm number 11 is coming. today's january 21. we're averaging more than a storm every other day. >> if we want to really meet the drought needs, you know, in order to crush the drought, we would need double the storms in the month of february. >> okay. >> so that shows you we have a lot of work to do still. we're making a dent. today we have only a slight chance of a renegade shower in the far north bay during the afternoon hours. otherwise most of the activity begins tonight. i'm down to business with this. i have fired up every, single radar site i can anywhere from eureka to davis into mount vaca
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our live weather camera as well as our hi-def camera and we have the radar site on mount umunum spinning as well. that's storm 11. we have a branch of some clouds that are now drifting over the bay area. they will thicken as the day wears. right now mostly cloudy skies looking out towards the bay bridge. isn't that a beautiful sight? that's from the transamerica pyramid looking east. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. winds are going to increase with this approaching system out of the southeast 10 to 20 today and some very mild temperatures from the high 50s at the beaches to 65, 67 degrees across the santa clara county. 64 in vallejo through benicia. we are going to track the incoming system together and that's coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. here's sandra. >> the weather today sounds beautiful, roberta. if you are heading out this morning, be sure to be extra careful on the bay bridge. we are starting to see lots of headlights out there especially around the toll plaza there. however, some good news on 80 heading westbound from the carquinez bridge to the maze,
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still looking at a 19-minute drive time. san mateo bridge looking good, lots of brake lights. 92 westbound from 880, u.s. 101 currently at 14 minutes. and a look at your south bay drive times right now, 101 to highway 85 we are looking at 11 minutes still in the green and 85 to 101, currently 8 minutes. if you drive or commute in the bay area, you better pack your patience during super bowl week. it's predicted that nearly 1 million people will flock to the area for the big game. kpix 5 reporter kiet do has more on how the biggest game in football could create a traffic nightmare. kiet. >> reporter: yes. good morning. you know, by now it should be no surprise that your cell phone is being used to track you. government agencies have been using it for years using cell phone pinging along with wi-fi and bluetooth technology to track people. but after this super bowl the city of san jose cannot wait to get their hands on all that data. reporter: it's the kind of high-tech study you might
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expect from sillicon valley. san jose is tracking hundreds of thousands of cell phones during super bowl 50 week with the help of a startup called air sage. >> their technology tracks cell phone usage, cell phone tends to ping about 150 times a day from the phones their gps location to a nearby tower. >> reporter: team san jose, the city's convention and visitors bureau, says the data will give them a clear idea of where fans stayed or visited for the week in the bay area. >> really want to see what destinations they are liking and what areas we can help to focus on for future marketing efforts. >> reporter: team san jose has been tracking phones for a year. air sage has access to verizon and t-mobile and the technology can pinpoint locations within about 100 yards. the data does not reveal the user's identity. >> i don't see, like, the harm in it. i mean, i can see the potential harm but i mean i think in this case in this scenario the wear they are using the data just so that they -- the way they're using the data, just so that
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they're using it. >> reporter: it makes sense to this man who manages a bar. >> always going to find it an invasion of privacy a little bit no matter how much they say they are not going to look at stuff but, um, with an event of this size, i know for me running this bar it's unpredictable. we don't know where people are going to be. >> reporter: and the report will be done in april. it will be handed over to the city to be used to plan big events in the future. we're live in santa clara. kiet do, kpix 5. new this morning, vaccine rates are going up in all but a few counties across the state. data from state health officials shows 92.9% of kindergartners were up to date with vaccines. that's 2.5% jump from last year which saw heated debates after a measles outbreak. president obama didn't send advisers to the north american international auto show. he checked them out himself. while in detroit he said gm and chrysler would have gone out of
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business if he hadn't bailed them out 7 years ago. the obama administration is expected to announce new visa requirements today for some travelers from europe. federal officials would like to make it tougher for europeans who fought for isis to step food on u.s. soil. the new rules would apply to europeans who are dual nationals of iran, iraq, sudan or syria or anyone whose visited those countries within the last five years. regulators have identified the top threats of fraud that investors are likely to face in 2016. let's chat. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger joins us to explain the findings and to provide some tips for guarding against scams. well, let's start with seniors because i guess they are pretty vulnerable to this, right? >> reporter: yes. criminals have a way to go where the money is. that usually means targeting older americans who are nearing or already in retirement and have a bunch of money saved. but here's an interesting fact. according to the financial
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industry regulatory authority, fraudsters are also now targeting people of all ages. and they seem to be focused on those who are college educated, have higher incomes and some financial knowledge. maybe they are trying to exploit the fact that we think we know more than we do. they are also looking at those who may have had a recent health or financial change. promises of high returns with little or no risk are obviously the classic red flags. but the sec has a new warning around social media. if you see a tweet mentioning you, a direct message an email or any other unsolicited communication regarding a so- called investment opportunity, please exercise extreme caution. >> jill, are there certain products that scammers are highlighting? >> reporter: absolutely. you know, now we have a lot of market volatility and interest rates are still low. so criminals are likely to be peddling the promise of high interest-bearing promissory notes. they are going to tout them as
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an alternative to cds. legitimate notes are marketed almost exclusively to sophisticated or corporate investors not to people like us retail investors. there have also been scams related to real estate. now that the market is steady and growing, we see a big crop of nontraded real estate investment trusts, time share resales and brokered mortgage notes. now, these types of products often carry a lot higher risk than you realize. if you believe you have been defrauded, please file a complaint at the sec. go to you cannot control the markets but you can control your ability to react to these fraudulent approaches. >> all right. jill schlesinger, live for us in new york, jill, thanks. it's 5:41. is there a giant hidden planet in our own solar system? scientists look at the possibility next. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. it's definitely the calm before the storm right now. we do see some increasing clouds out there. a very slight breeze under 5 but the winds will be increasing. temperatures will increase to the mid-60s today. clouds will thicken up and we have rain and it's acomin'. we'll track the storm together in less than four minutes. some san franciscans are persisting with their calls for the city's top cop to be fired. dozens of people packing the police commission meeting last night. they held signs reading fire chief suhr and justice for mario woods. officers shot and killed woods last month as he held a knife on a sidewalk in a bayview neighborhood. his mother says he had been trying to get his life together after getting out of prison. the five officers involved in -- >> if i can get him back, -- i just want my baby back. [ crying ] >> earlier yesterday, the five
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officers involved in the deadly shooting were cleared to return to duty but working in roles that don't involve the public. a dangerously close call in martinez. three union pacific tanker cars carrying sulfuric acid derailed under the i-680 overpass around 8:00 wednesday morning. contra costa county fire said it was a minor incident and there was no threat to the public. but neighbors say the scene is all too familiar. in 1993, a train carrying the exact same material toppled over in richmond poisoning thousands. >> this is not a minor derailment. this is a near miss. this could have shut down this entire bridge, you know, it could have devastated thousands of people in this region. >> hazmat crews say the containers are safe and there was no leak. as for what caused the train to derail, it's still under investigation.
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a trained rescuer found a seal named pipester around 6:30 yesterday morning in the bushes of a hayward business park. no word on how he got there. but he had an identification tag and it turns out he had been at the marine mammal center a couple of months back. pipester is now getting the care he needs and will get a full exam tomorrow. >> he got on the wrong track somewhere, huh? >> i know. poor pipester. we have the gang here and a good chance to say hi to sandra osborne. welcome to the morning show. >> thank you so much. glad to be here. and things are already business busy. if you look at mass transit right now, "ace" train one about 17 minutes behind schedule. so definitely plan for that. elsewhere though things are looking good. caltrain no delays and muni no delays so far this morning. all right. here's a live look outside at the bay bridge. metering lights are on. good news, we are still in the
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green 80 westbound carquinez bridge to the maze currently about 20 minutes. san mateo bridge, smooth sailing from 92 westbound from 880 to u.s. 101. currently sitting at a 13- minute drive time. right now, 580 westbound the altamont pass to 880, we are looking at some slowdowns there. we did have a crash near the area earlier that has been cleared away, but still looking at about an 18-minute drive time currently in the yellow. elsewhere, 880 from 238 to the maze, 16-minute drive and about 20-minute drive heading from the carquinez bridge to the maze. so overall some good news there. golden gate a beautiful shot a few headlights on the road but overall smooth sailing on the golden gate bridge. roberta. >> hey, sandra. it's great to have you. welcome. i don't know if anyone told you, new kid on the block buys breakfast for everyone! [ laughter ] this is a live hi-def
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doppler radar. we have our radar site over here at mount vaca. i have running the davis radar site, the eureka and also the mound umunum site because we want to keep you informed on when to expect the raindrops. not right now. mostly cloudy skies. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. we do have some pockets of fog not limiting visibility but nonetheless, it's there as you step out this morning. dry and mild temperatures for today and then we're tracking storm 11 for this month of january. here it is right now. you can see that we have some renegade clouds and even a few light scattered showers in advance of this initial front. now, as the front comes through the bay area, we'll see it taking the course of a vigorous jet stream. it's very active highlighted in the reds and yellows, it's the jet stream. we have had a dry january in southern california because these storms will be just plowing right into the northern half of the state. so here it is right here. storm number 11. the core is way up there still. that's going to impact your saturday. futurecast clearly illustrates that the clouds will thicken as the day wears on.
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winds will increase out of the southeast 10 to 20. here you have the first bands of rain showers overnight. it will be raining this time tomorrow morning. scattered showers during the afternoon hours. and there is that core that plows through saturday morning and then we'll have the showers begin to taper off during the late day hours on your saturday setting the stage for a dry sunday. all right. here you go. we have an atlanta, georgia today the possibility of airport delays due to rain. we'll keep you on top of all airports today because of a very big-time storm that's heading into the southeast and trying to lift up into the northeast. sun-up and sundown today, there you have it. in between mostly cloudy skies. a few sunny breaks. southeast winds to 20. very mild. san jose, you're talking 67 degrees today. rain tomorrow. rain lingers into saturday. and then a dry weather pattern each day from sunday through wednesday. make it a great thursday. >> scientists say they have evidence that there is a ninth planet in our solar system.
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it's the same group that demoted pluto some years ago. the scientists from cal tech say they noticed something odd deep in outer space two years ago. well, they started looking into it. the conclusion, there's a giant planet beyond neptune that's about 10 times the size of earth. >> these orbits are showing us sort of a gravitational one way sign towards the existence of an additional body. >> the scientists now say they want visual proof they are hoping someone with a really powerful telescope can see planet 9. it is 5:50 on your thursday. still ahead a local cop caught breaking the law all for a tackco. the investigation now under way in the east bay. >> and we're less than three weeks away from super bowl 50. this is a live look out at levi's stadium. next week, tens of thousands if not a million people will be making their way to the bay area for all the super bowl festivities. we'll have more on that coming up. ,,,,
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too far when he tackled a good morning. in case you missed it the first time around i want to walk you through your thursday. increasing cloud cover today. no need for the umbrella.
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and then there you have it. storm 11 comes in tonight. this time tomorrow morning, it will be a wet morning commute. scattered showers throughout your friday. >> this morning no major accidents to report. however, "ace" train one is 17 minutes behind schedule. a debate in fremont over whether a security guard went too far when he tackled a student. it happened at fremont high school on january 8 as the 16- year-old boy tried to leave an office, the guard pushed him to the ground. then he was handcuffed. a medical report shows he was under the influence of cocaine at the time. his mother says he didn't pose a threat and administrators could have defused the situation. >> very, very hard with my son. >> i don't think that force is necessary. they are a grown man and he just a kid. he don't got as much force as they do. >> the boy had multiple bruises. administrators say they could not let the boy leave the office because he appeared to be high.
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the district police cleave says the guard was running out of options although an investigation continues. a concord police officer risked his reputation all for a taco meal. a viewer sent us photos of a patrol car that was park illegally in todos santos plaza right in front of a fire hydrant in a red zone. it might have been okay in an emergency but it seems the officer wanted food. concord police tell us the images are alarming and they are looking into the incident. a north bay family lost their home and two dogs because of a hoverboard. santa rosa firefighters say a hoverboard like this caught on fire as it charged tuesday night nearly destroying the home. the family was not inside but their two dogs were trapped by the smoke and flames. firefighters couldn't save them. and amazon will give refunds to anyone who wants to recover a hoverboard. -- to return a hoverboard because they pose a fire hazard. the consumer product safety commission is now investigating
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more than 3 dozen incidents of hoverboards smoking or bursting into flames. but amazon says even while providing refunds it will continue to offer the boards for sale. >> reporter: the search resumes this morning for a surfer missing off the marin county coast. coming up, the conditions making this rescue operation very dangerous. >> reporter: i'm kiet do live at levi's stadium taking a look at how transit agency and what they will and will not be doing for the flood of visitors during the super bowl. they're delicious side dishes with the protein of beans, whole grains.. ...and veggies! mmm good. my work here is dooooone! bird's eye protein blends.
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. griego. and i'm frank mallicoat good morning, everyone. it's thursday, january 21. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 6:00. just in, oakland police are investigating a fatal high-
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speed crash on macarthur boulevard. you can see the silver sedan was split in half by the force of the impact. investigators say the car was speeding when the driver lost control and slammed into a tree around 11:30 last night. a passenger in the car was not hurt in the crash. macarthur boulevard is closed at high street while police investigate. today at first light a search resumes for a missing surfer in marin county last seen off the north end of rodeo beach apparently unconscious on the surface of the water still attached to a surfboard. anne makovec is at rodeo beach where other surfers lost contact with him. >> reporter: the search is set to resume at daylight. but this man has been in the water, we assume, all night long. so it's not looking good for him. rescuers had to give up last night after searching for about two hours. it was just too dark and dangerous to continue. the missing surfer was first spotted boar two otherrer is first in the wate


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