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the match-up f good morning, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> happy monday. i'm frank mallicoat. it's nearly 6:00. the match up for super bowl 50 is set. broncos and panthers. with the super bowl just 13 days away way, construction crews are working around the clock to get ready for the big game. >> work remembers in full swik building stages and putting up signs and banners in super bowl city. the fan village there will take up several city blocks. emily turner shows us what crews are building and who is excited about the end result. >> reporter: palo has city the transformation from the beginning and gave us a tour of the progress which changes, he says, with each new ride. >> we're definitely having fun with the whole event. >> reporter: it will be a be high-tech she event for
verizon. it's all coming together nicely thanks to 13 hours of construction a day. 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. most of the people we talked to building super bowl city are from out of town. many from new york, others england. >> manufacture this building and take it all over the place in the states and around europe. >> reporter: hired security has opinion brought on to make sure the curious stays out and all of this work stays place. this will be bustling up again at 7:00. this is supposed to be finished by the end of the day. who knows? but a lot can happen in 13 hours. emily turner, kpix 5. all of those construction projects are bringing street closures in the city. and jackie ward is along the embarcadero this morning as drivers face the first weekday commute with super bowl city going up. jackie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank.
we're actually standing on the edge of super bowl city where emily was talking about. you see the road closed, the detour sign, the construction zone signs. this is the kind of stuff that drivers are facing this morning. they are being forced to turn off the embarcadero onto washington street here in the northbound lanes -- or southbound lanes of this city. this is expected to be the first of many messy commutes. let's tell you about the big closures. the southbound side of the embarcadero from washington street to don chi way will be closed. market street to beale and davis. stewart from market to don chi way all closed. with tours and detours, the normal bottleneck situations may get worse. if the weekend was any indication how the commute would go, it won't be pretty. we've spoke be to several commuters. some are willing to put up with the closures knowing there will be benefits but others are already over it. >> this is friggen' ridiculous. i -- you know, i don't like this. i don't think anybody else
does. >> reporter: these closures started this past saturday. they will last until february 12th. that's nearly a three-wek closure system that commuters will get used to. this will be the hardest to deal with, the first part of this. let's send things to lisa. how are things looking out there? right now it's looking okay. we're taking a look at the detours and closures. over the weekend, commuters were complaining to 20, 45- minute delays heading to the detours. b.a.r.t., ac transit, samtrans and muni will be rerouting because of the clesh ures, the b.a.r.t. station embarcadero station is open at this hour. but beginning saturday, one of the entrances will remain shut down as it will be a security checkpoint heading towards super bowl city. we'll have more on that throughout the hour. at this moment, local transit is checking in with no delays but we're preparing for delays,
of course, on san francisco city streets. stop of the biggest delays will be along battery street. that's where all of the southbound embarcadero traffic is being detoured onto. you will be crossing market street by way of battery later on this morning. it's looking okay. definitely in the 7:00, 8:00 hour. we'll see more traffic out there. market straight remains shut down. east of beale and we are expecting delays over the weekend. problems coming off the bay bridge heading to the closures. be prepared for most of the same on the fremont street exit. i will have a complete look at traffic in a few minutes. >> thank you. here is a live look at levi stadium in santa clara where super bowl 50 will be played. in fact, the denver broncos will be staying at the santa clara miree yot hotel -- marriott hotel. santa clara mayor jamie mathews posted a message to welcome the two teams that will place off.
>> i'm very proud to welcome the broncos and panthers to levi stadium for super bowl 50. we look forward to hosting both teams and their fans right mere here in the city of santa clara. >> and the panthers will stay away from san jose marriott. the mayor there welcomed the broncos and panthers with super bowl 15 mvp jim plunkette by his side. >> we're proud to be one of the bay area supercommunities hosting the super bowl. we've been busy getting read yay to welcome you. >> tonight join us for our super bowl special. joe montana will weigh in on the participating teams. broncos and panthers. that's tonight at 7:00 right
here. >> i just love jim plunkette. >> he didn't say anything. >> he was pretty quiet there. >> i saw him when we had a big celebration at the embarcadero a couple of months ago. i walked up to him. and i was in awe of him. i grew up watching you which was the worst thing to say. i think i said my mother loves you and joe our reporter said, you are supposed to say you love him. wonderful, wonderful man. they do watch our show every morning. i'm so sorry. i do love him. i do. good morning, everybody. i hope you love this forecast we have for you today. a little bit of everything. right now, some overcast conditions looking out toward the bay bridge. i didn't mean to hurt you there. you are a bronco fan, you can take it. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. very mild out the there. are out of the east at 3 miles an hour. today we have clouds in the
forecast. a few sunny breaks. we'll be noting a little bit of sprinkles around sonoma. that's about it. we're gonna talk about the legitimate chance of rain and when you can expect it. that's coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. here is a live look at new york city, a little fresh snow is falling this morning after the east coast got a massive helping of it this weekend. and now it's time for the region to dig out. brian web shows us how people are coping with the mess. >> reporter: while much of new york city came back to life after record snowfall totals, delays and cancellations are still expected for the transit system. hundreds of travelers packed into new york's penn station as the first trains departed sunday night. >> no point being upset about it. >> reporter: federal offices and schools in the nation's capital remain closed this morning as people in the area continue to dig out from under two feet of snowfall.
crystal lucas got a hand uncovering her car from a good samaritan. >> even on a sunny day they probably wouldn't say hello but in a time of need people are here to help. >> reporter: in virginia and maryland, residents did their best to chip away at the mounds of snow ahead of the start of the workweek. this man spent hours shoveling out his driveway only to have plowing trucks undo his work. >> i'm so outraged by the state i'm liable to have a streak now thinking about it. >> reporter: the impact is being felt at many of the nation's busiest airports. carol and her friends have been trying to get home to new jersey in time for her milestone birthday today. >> this is not what i thought my 30th birthday would be like. >> reporter: airports along the east coast are slowly getting back to normal but hundreds of flights have been canceled for today. brian web for cbs news, new york. over two dozen deaths
across ten states have been linked to this weekend's massive storm. the heaviest snowfall, 42 inches was reported in west virginia. los altos man is in custody accused of killing a man who went missing in san jose. the 39-year-old was arrested over the weekend. authorities say 28-year-old kyle myrick was last seen at the mostert bike shop where he worked on friday. officers discovered a crime scene at a nearby business. investigators didn't release any details at what they found. but they identified and arrested lipo as the suspect. the man is presumed dead. this week at least three bay area cities will consider plans aimed at protects renters from the skyrocketing cost of housing. meeting are planned at pacific's city hall. meetings in both cities are set to begin at 7:00. a similar meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon. that's set to begin at 2:00.
a manhunt in the sierra takes an unexpected turn when the fugitives actually call the police and beg to be arrested. >> reporter: i'm kiet do, we're live in pacifica where el nino storms have taken their toll and the city wants to declare a state of emergency. and the next chance of rain and when it's back in the forecast could be sooner than you think. we're looking at bumper-to- bumper traffic getting into traffic. bay bridge metering lights are on. there's also an accident at the toll plaza. i will have details with kcbs traffic. keet ,,,,
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whatever you look at it it's beautiful. temperatures in the 50s to mid- 60s. your full week forecast is coming up in less than four minutes. and traffic stop in the sierra turned into a rescue mission. officers tried to pull two men over on highway 50 but the men, both fugitives, dashed into the woods. they left their car. officers say their car contained a gun and drugs. they spent hours in thes and they called 911 for help. officers were not surprised. >> we knew based on the weather conditions that there is a very high likelihood that they would not survive very long. >> the men were rescued by a search team saturday morning, taken to a waiting ambulance and can'ted off to jail. the pacific city council is set to take action tonight after pounding storms caused enough damage to put homes at risk. keat do is live in pacifica
with more on this tense situation. >> reporter: we're live on esplanade avenue, a string of apartment complexes where folks are living on the edge both literally and figuratively. the building behind the fencing has been evacuated and red tagged because the cliff side below it is crutch belling and the folks feel their building could be red tagged. residents like michelle are ready to go with bags packed. the tenants have been warned of a possible evacuation because el nino storms have eaten away at the bluff that supports the building. the high surf and rain have damaged the pacifica pier, bashed a 60-foot hole in the sea wall. the city manager has declared a emergency to get funding. they are keeping a close eye on 310 esplanade avenue. michelle said she will stay in her dream home until the end as long as she can. >> we could be here another two
years, two months, two weeks. we don't know. >> reporter: we're live in pacifica, keat do, kpix 5. after the l.a. stadium plan well through, oakland raiders management will meet with the coliseum authority this morning. they are expected to discuss an extension of a lease agreement. sources say mark davis will likely want a one-year lease at the coliseum while continuing to negotiate with city leaders for a new stadium. the nfl is scoring points with virnlallists in the -- environmentalists in the bay area. over the weekend, allege officials volunteered their time to plant trees in redwood city. they teamed up with a local organization called city trees. volunteers worked along main street planning almost 50 new trees. players from both teams in this year's super bowl have bay
area ties. >> tj ward played at dela sell. cj anderson played at cal and vernon davis. he got off the 9ers and is on his way to the super bowl. and ron rivera, former cal line backer and a classmate of mine. jared allen grew up in los gatos and ken dorsey, he's a coach, grew up in orinda and went to mira monty high. >> a lot of bay area ties. roberta is giving them a round of applause. >> root for the local guys. >> why not? >> how can you not root for peyton manning? >> that's what i've been saying. >> now i am. >> i wasn't yesterday. but now i am. i'm a convert. >> me, too. we're gonna talk about this morning commute where we have a lot of slow traffic. apparently, b.a.r.t. is experiencing switching problems at the switcher near
sfo. they are looking at delays. this is on the pittsburg line between sfo and san francisco. 25-minute delays. if you want to catch b.a.r.t. to head out to the airport, give yourself extra time this morning. all other b.a.r.t. lines are on time. but do remember, especially for later on this morning, be prepared for delays on local transit. a lot of the buses on ac transit, sam transand muni are being forced to detour through downtown and south of market area in san francisco because of all of those road closures related to super bowl 50. meantime getting into the san francisco area by way of the bay bridge. we have long delays extending to the foot of the macarthur maze. there is an accident at the toll plaza westbound 80. it's blocking one lane of traffic. and we've been having this problem over the weekend and now this morning, the lights are out at the bay bridge. over the weekend, it affected the western span. this morning, expect eastbound 80 80 section, about 12 street
lights are out. westbound traffic still looking okay on the span itself. it's just at the toll plaza where you will see the backup. highway 4 is gonna be much slower than usual. there was an earlier accident on the willow pass. that's a look at the traffic. live camtra featuring sfo where we have no reports of any local airport drays. same at mineta airport in san jose and also oakland international airport moving smoothly. the only reported airport delay happens to be in newark due to closed runways due to massive snow. we've got 40s and 50s as you step on out. we do have the winds up to 3 miles per hour. that's it out of the southeast. cloudy skies, mild temperatures beginning this monday morning. clouds and sun mix for the afternoon hours with sprinkles in the far north bay. otherwise, we'll stay locked in the weather pattern through thursday. we do have a weak disturbance right there providing some rain showers. ukiah, the redding area. and then dissipating as it hits
into our dry slot of air u we're under the influence of the air. we have that area of low pressure undercutting that system there. that's gonna be the case against through wednesday, thursday, sun/cloud mix but very mild air mass in place. we do see a little bit of light rain in the farther north bay. otherwise, clouds and sun. here you are tuesday and sunday. cloud and sun and then same again all the way through thursday with rain arriving by friday. we do have fog in the central valley going up to 62. fog in truckee going up to 41. sunrise and sunset, 50s and 60 rain is likely by the end of the workweek. we have daily chances of rain by saturday and sunday. look at wednesday. hitting 70 inland? frank and michelle? >> all right. thank you. 6:20 right now. three california inmates are on the run after a carefully- planned prison break. how they pulled off the
good morning, everyone. fans in denver witnessed possibly the final meeting in the great careers of peyton manning and tom brady. over 78 years combined between them. the most of any two starting quarterbacks in playoff history. praydy and manning facing off for the 17th time in their ka trees. fifth time in the postseason. early second quarter, 7-6, denver. manning find daniels for the second time in the game. 14-6. and then final seconds, patriots scored a touchdown but they needed this two-point conversion and it was intercepted by bradie roby.
broncos win it advancing to their their eighth super bowl. cardinals and arizona. newton to corey brown. he goes 86 yards for the touchdown. that made it 17-0. newton throws for twods. ran for two more. 49-14. carolina advances to the second bowl and first in 12 years. sharks and kings in overtime. tied at 2. not tied anymore. win. they tied it with 12 seconds left in regulation. l.a. coach darryl sutter just out of his mind. so get ready, folks. let the hype begin as the broers take on the panthers. winner take all. see you tonight for the big warrior matchup against the san antonio spurs. we'll hit the links for our
play of the day. why not? it's a dilemma for jason dufner stuck on the rocks. if it goes in it's a birdie. just missed. caps in for the par. he needed it. he went on to win the career builders challenge in southern california because that helped him go into the playoffs. 6:26. it hasn't exactly been smooth going for california's high speed rail project. but a major change in the plan could help fix that. if your commute takes you southbound along the embarcadero, this is as far as you will be able too go, we'll tell you about more closures from the super bowl -- coming up. ,,,, ,,
well, the race is on to prepare the south bay for the arrival of the panthers and the broncos. we'll show you how things are going. a trio of inmates escape a california prison and their elaborate plan is raising some big questions. from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everyone. we're tracking a storm and i'll tell you which day to expect it. we're looking at delays for the b.a.r.t. system on the pittsburg baypoint line. good morning, everyone. it's monday, january 25th. i'm michelle griego. >> happy monday. i'm frank mallicoat. with the super bowl 13 daysaway, construction crews are working around the clock to get the bay area ready for game day. projects are in full swing along san francisco's embarcadero for super bowl city. a high-tech tent for verizon.
construction is running 13 hours a day starting at 7:00 a.m. but super bowl city construction comes with some downsides. >> the project has closed down major streets in the area. we're already seeing a little bit of traffic gridlock, especially starting this week. jackie ward is along the embarcadero as drivers brave the first day of the commute around super bowl city. >> reporter: we're right on the edge of where the majority of all of that construction has been focused on the embarcadero. we've already seen drivers be confused with how the southbound lanes are closed. you can see behind me. drivers are being forced to turn onto washington street if they are traveling in the southbound direction. this is expected tosh the first of many messy mornings due to a lot of closures. let's tell you about them. the main ones from washington to don chi way. market street east of beale and
davis street. stewart street to don chi way. the normal bottleneck spwakses may get even worse. if the weekend was any indication as to how the commute will go, this will not be pretty. we've spoken to several commuters. several are willing to put up with them knowing the cities and businesses will benefit. but others are already over it and these closures just started this past saturday. but they will continue until february 12th so that's almost three weeks of closures that commuters will have to be dealing it with. one silver lining is that the embarcadero b.a.r.t. stays will remain open for morning commuters. back to you. >> all right. thank you. >> thank you. onto traffic now and we'll talk about super bowl in a bit but i guess a problem in the east bay with b.a.r.t. >> that's right. we're looking at b.a.r.t. delays. 20-minute delay, 20, 25-minute delay on the pittsburg baypoint line. i will have more on that. right now we want to focus on
all of the detours that are gonna be taking place, all of the street closures in the city. many transit lines will be rerouted. expect big delays later this morning. as of right now, it's not causing too much of a problem bit affecting problems on ac transit, stam transand muni. the embarcadero street station will remain open but beginning this saturday, the entrance at market and spear will be shut down for most of the day. will only be open for the morning commute. this morning getting into the city we're looking at long delays getting into the bay bridge toll plaza. this is the exact spot where we saw most of the gridlock over the weekend. the fremont street exit dumps off all of the commuters right in the middle of the closures. south of market this morning. we're looking at big delays coming off the bridge. but on city streets so far everything looks okay. folks are making their way through the detour with about
no problem. market street is shut down east of beale and dive vis-- and davis. again, it's very early yet. you may see more pedestrian traffic than car traffic. no delays. we'll update you once the gridlock situation develops and it certainly will this morning. the panthers will stay at the san jose marriott hotel downtown just a short walk, the cesar chavez will be a prime spot for visiting fans. there will be live musing, a beer garden and a big cafe. a sparkling can pony with multi- colored l.e.d. icicles in the street. >> the city will be alive in lights and have a really good time. >> the city will track the flow of visitors' cell phones as they travel around. that information will be
helpful for planners. festivities are set to begin on friday. tonight, join us for our super bowl special. joe montana will weigh in on the teams, the broncos and the panthers. that's tonight at 7:00 right here on kpix 5. your television home for super bowl 50. roberta is saying, 62, 64. >> it looks like it might be more mild, approaching 67. there is a chance of rain to the north. we have have to watch that. sun, clouds mix. but mild conditions. it was hike back in 1981 on this very date that super bowl xv was played with jim plunkette, being mvp with the raiders. morning, everybody. i want to share this satellite imagery with you. we do have a weak system to the north. that wants to bring sprinkles to the north bay. otherwise, mostly cloudy skies. a few sunny breaks. take a look.
i have to hear sound effects. frank and michelle, wakeup. awe. isn't that gorgeous. 40s and 50s stepping on out and later today, temperatures in the 50s and 60s with mostly cloudy skies. we'll talk about legitimate rain and when you can expect it. that report is at 48 minutes after the hour. >> all right. thank you. california's high speed rail project is already over budget and behind schedule. some proposed changes could help it gain steam. officials are considering bakersfield to san jose as the first major stretch for service instead of between burbank and the central valley. the l.a. times reports the bakersfield to san jose segment would be less costly because it would not involve tufnles. an intense manhunt continue in the southern california after three inmates escaped an an orange county jail.
here's more. >> we will not stop until these individuals are back in our custody. >> reporter: authorities say these three may have spent months planning their daring escape from the orange county jail. the sheriff sandra hutchins. >> it appears to be a very sophisticated operation. >> reporter: the plan was meticulous. >> it seems that the inmates cut through half-inch steel bar, cut their way through the plumbing tunnels and gained access to an unsecure area of the roof. from the roof, the inmates rappelled down to the ground. >> reporter: authorities say it's likely they used bed sheets and other clothing to fashion a makeshift rope. as to what tools they used to escape, hout they got them or if they had help, all of those questions got the same response. >> we're still looking into that. >> reporter: they are also looking at whether a disturbance inside the jail just prior to the nightly head count may have been a ruse by other inmates to help the three
men escape. and now says the sheriff there's a more immediate concern. >> we've notified the victims of some of these crimes and the people that investigated those crimes to ensure that everybody who was involved in these cases is safe. >> reporter: authorities don't believe they have left the country. they say tips have poured in but so far, no confirmed sightings. a $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the inmates' capture. 6:38. a week from today, iowa holds the first contest of the 2016 presidential race. what to expect as the candidates make their final pitches to the voters. >> reporter: i'm keat do, we're live in pacifica where el nino storms have battered the city. now the city wants to declare a state of emergency. ,,
good monday morning. it's january 25th at 6:42. i want to walk you through your week ahead. mostly cloudy. 50s and 60s. mild temperatures with few sunshine breaks on tuesday. we will be hitting 70 degrees by wednesday under partly cloudy skies. but rain arrives back into the bay area on friday with daily chances saturday and sunday. thank you, roberta. the east coast blizzard and a couple of bay area companies are in the news as another business week gets underway. >> here's our financial radio reporter jason brooks. >> good morning. perhaps that winter chill will cool off the volatility in the stock market a little bit. crazy week last week. we finished on a positive note. a couple of solid sessions. dow up over 200.
oil has plunged and so has stocked. stocks were led higher. that seems to be happening today again. trading a little bit light hon wall street but oil is falling as stocks are pulling back. a couple of bay area firms that are in the spotlight. one of them is twitter after a big management exodus. several department heads for ecnearing, media, product, the vice president of human resources all leaving the company. jack dorsey saying it was voluntary but it was another big move. several wall street analysts have downgraded twitter thinking that the exodus is a sign that recent product changes have not helped twitter in its efforts to grow the user base. twitter shares are down by 6% right now. virtualization specialist viaware is gonna make layoffs, 5% of the work staff. let's look at the big board.
see how we're doing so far as the stock market is down a little bit. not all that bad. dow dropping 70 points. nasdaq down by 10. s&p moving lower by 9 points. shares in viaware down by 1%. michelle, frank, back to you. >> all right, jason brooks. thank you. this winter stormy weather is taking its toll on the pacifica coastline. now the city is taking action. keat do joins us live. he's in pacific pacifica where the damage has people worried about their homes nearby. keat? >> reporter: yes. we're live along esplanade avenue where a string of apartment complexes have been beaten up by el nino. the building behind the fence here has been red tagged and then evacuated because the cliffside we low it has been eaten away bay the storms. residents are ready to go with their blockings packed.
the tenants here at 310 esplanade avenue have been warned of a possible evacuation because storms have eaten away at the bluff that supports the building. the high surf and heavy rains have damaged the sea wall. they could be here for another two monthses, two years. they just don't know. >> i have the cat carriers ready. >> reporter: and the pacific city council is set to meet tonight and confirm the state of emergency declaration. >> the meeting is set to happen at 7:00 p.m. we're live in pacifica. keat do, kpix 5. and lisa, there are b.a.r.t. delays. >> it's been a tough morning for the b.a.r.t. system. hi everybody. they are running about 20
minutes late on the passenger pittsburg bay loient line between sfo and san francisco. crews are working on the problem. they hope to have b.a.r.t. trains back on schedule. do remember the embarcadero station is open for b.a.r.t. no delays so far for that stretch of the b.a.r.t. line. we'll keep a close eye on b.a.r.t. and bay area roadways. this accident on the sunol grade causing a backup southbound 680 near highway 84. there's also an accident westbound 80 right along the very busy eastshore freeway. approaching richmond parkway. one lane of traffic shut down. traffic is backed up almost to highway 4 approaching the scene. keep in mind we've been talking about the closures related to super bowl 50. expect big delays. we're see some of them already this morning. this is westbound 80 as you come off the bridge. there are delays approaching that fremont street exit. this is the same spot where we saw huge gridlock over the weekend because it dumped folks right in the middle of all of those closures and detours. give yourself a lot of time
this morning. if you need to drive into san francisco. again, we do have delays at the bay bridge toll plaza, there was an accident at the pay gates. that's been cleared up. but drive times are up to 38 minutes now between the carquinez bridge and the pay gates. now to roberta. good morning, everybody. this is your monday morning. we're taking a look at our weather watchers. these are people with weather stations around the microclimate. if you have a weather station, you can be a weather watcher. let me check that one. 49 degrees. that's katie reporting from hayward. thank you so much. and good morning to you katie. we also have 49 degrees. that would be peggy rogers. she's reporting 3/100ths of rain since midnight. not sure if it's rain or heavy fog but it's nice to see a little bit of moisture. we do have sprinkles in the northern portion of the bay area in the forecast today. other quite, everybody will be -- otherwise, everybody will be mostly cloudy.
this is where the air temperatures are pretty mild. 40s and 50s. you see a deck of cloudiness there. also hints of fog seeping in from the back door of the valley. clouds and sun mix for the afternoon. sprinkles in the sonoma county area. pretty dry weather pattern through thursday. right here. the green on the screen. that's a weak upper level disturbance. that's trying to produce. a lot of clouds are undercutting that ridge. we'll be in and out of the clouds through lunch hour. through the evening hours. here's tomorrow at this time. socked in. then more clouds in and out all the way through wednesday and thursday. no rain in the forecast until friday. 60s. 50s, 60s across the board. san jose, 64. check out wednesday, partly
cloudy, pushing 70. rain likely on friday. daily chances over the weekend. >> thank you. hard to believe but the iowa caucuses are just a week away and both parties are giving the candidates one last chance to appeal to the voters. >> melissa cane joins us now with more on the democratic forum and the republican delate later this week. >> i can't believe it's one week away. >> so excited. i think people are more than ready. and the closing arguements have pea gun in iowa -- begun in iowa. democratic candidates will make their final pitch to iowa voters. this is a forum. the contestants one on one at a time. they walk across the stage. we check out their outfits and they show us their talent, which is talking, right, they are politicians. each one will answer questions committed by iowa democrat.
fireworks? what can we expect? >> well, they -- generally speaking clinton will need to focus on the persistent accusation that we won't regulate wall street because she's taken so much money from there. so look for her to talk about reigning in banks and other institutions. sanders look for his to talk about his rise in the poll. some people still view him as a candidate who can't win. now that his poll numbers have gone up, he has some proof who is a viable candidate that could win a primary or general election. he will talk a lot about that. this is not the first forum for the candidates. in patch form, they've not gone after each other but things between clinton and sanders have been high. we may see some trash talking
tonight. that would spice things up. and then we'll see who won the pageant, who will wear the crown in iowa among the democrats. >> and the republicans are getting their final say in iowa. >> that's right. this thursday at 6:00 p.m., fox news will host a republican debate. it's a traditional debate in iowa. this one is already shaping up to be pretty special. megan kelly will be one of the and donald trump has already called for her to be removed. fox news has refused. things are likely to get dicey between trump and kelly and between trump and cruz, accusing cruz of being soft on immigration. a lot of potential for head- line making moments on thursday. >> that might be fire worky. >> yes. >> how many candidates because they trimmed the field, how many can we expect? >> we don't know exactly for
sure just yet because the number candidates is determined by poll numbers. we don't know have final numbers. there will only be been six, seven people on the stage. it's almost certain that carly fiorina, santorum will not make the main take. chris christie, john kasich and rand paul are on the edge. we could see one or two of them not make the stage as well. that could really impact the way that iowa voters view those candidates right before the election. that will be important. mark your calendars. >> one week away. >> very interesting. >> melissa is excited. >> thank you. 6:52. isis militants have released troubling new video related to the terror attacks in paris. >> reporter: temporary signage and detours set up in san francisco are confusing drivers this morning. we'll tell you about closures in just a few minutes. 5- isis has ,,,, ,,,,
behind the terror attacks in five things to know at the 55. isis has released a video claiming to show nine of the men behind the terror attacks in france. the video shows the attackers' so-called final messages. some of them are seen beheading hostages. other footage shows david cameron. many people across the east coast are heading back to work after the monster snowstorm. 2 feet of snow in washington. schools remain close. the storm is blamed for killing at least 31 people. tonight, the city council is expected to approve a legal state of emergency due to the crumbling cliffside. homes are in danger of falling into the ocean because of high surf and heavy rain. emergency declaration is needed
to apply for state and federal aid. mark davis will meet with the coliseum authority to discuss keeping the team in oakland through the next season. the team's lease has expired but the nfl rejected their bid to move to lfnlt a. davis is expected to push for a one-year lease give the team time to consider its options. screws are working around the clock to prepare for super bowl 50 in san jose and santa clara. they are getting ready to welcome the panthers and broncos to their hotels and the city is taking shape with major road closures in the area. for more on that, we go to jackie ward. >> reporter: we're seeing a lot of drivers be confused by the three closures. this is a big one if you are traveling in the southbound lanes of the embarcadero, you will be forced to take a right on washington street. if you are traveling by bicycle, you will be tripped up. this the first of many messy morning commutes. this is one of the big closures from washington state to don
chi way, market street east of beale and davis street will be closed as will stewart. with closures and detour, the normal bottleneck situations make it worse for the morning. if the weekend was any indication how the commute will go, it won't be pretty. we spoke to several people and some are okay with the clean -- closures. these closures started saturday over the weekend and they will continue until february 12th. that's about three weeks of closures but this morning is the first time the drivers are facing the new signage, detours. there should be a lot of confusion on the roads. jackie ward, kpix 5. and we are seeing delays along the bay bridge. the entire length of the bridge now very heavy westbound 80 approaching the fremont street exit. we've not had any accidents for the bay bridge. we can only imagine these delays are a result of all of the closures in the south of market area and folks trying to
navigate through the detours. the bay bridge toll plaza is stacked up to the foot of the macarthur maze. 45-minute drive time there. at one point it was 20 minutes' delay for b.a.r.t. now it's 40. good morning, san jose. under mostly sunny skies. that will be the case. 46 degrees. same in livermore. otherwise pretty much in the 40s and low 50s. here's what you need to know. a combination of sun and cloud. a few sprinkles in the far northern portion of the bay area. that will be the case through about thursday. temperature-wise into the 50s and 60s across the santa clara santa clara at 6 had. the wind will be variable only up -- winds will be variable only up to 5 miles an hour. turning partly cloudy on wednesday and pushing 70. dry on thursday. rain likely on friday and a chance of rain over the weekend. >> a nice few days. >> we'll take it. >> thanks for watching,
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