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and i'm brian hackney. let's take a l good morning, it is friday, december 2. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. kenny choi is off today. as we look live outside, it's windy enough to fly an iron kite out there! my gosh! well, maybe. not quite that bad. [ laughter ] >> maybe it's signaling a few changes in the weather for the weekend. and we have just the lady to tell us about it. >> at least just one day. it's because high pressure is building in, drying out the atmosphere. did your skin feel dry this morning? very dry conditions, static cling in the hair. okay, enough about me. let's talk about you so you can prepare to get out the door this morning. [ laughter ] 49 in livermore. but do you remember this time yesterday? we were at 36 degrees with no wind. santa rosa at 42. it's 52 in san jose and redwood city. let's talk about the winds. how windy is it? north winds at 19 in san francisco. 13 in berkeley back through richmond. 17 at mineta international
airport. 12 antioch. 21-mile-per-hour winds at this moment in the fairfield area. so i think you get the gist and napa at 17. remaining breezy today northwest winds 10 to 20, occasionally stronger gusts. temperatures in the 50s and low 60s. as brian was alluding to, we have a little bit of a warmup. it will be short-lived but we'll talk about that and the chances of rain at 18 after the hour. thank you, roberta. it's 5:01. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we have a lot of cash lane backups so i'm saying i hope you have fastrak so you can get through the toll plaza easily. also, there's a high wind advisory across the span of the bay bridge so keep that in mind out the door. you want to put both hands on the wheel and drive carefully. give yourself enough space between cars. moving to the nimitz freeway a live look from 238 in san leandro to the maze will take you 16 minutes northbound on 880 but the southbound side to the san mateo bridge is looking good, as well. let's take a look now at the altamont pass. traffic coming off 205 in tracy at 45 miles per hour. speeds slow down once you hit north flynn road up to 36 miles
per hour. there's also a high wind advisory across the altamont pass. so definitely drive slowly across there. let's talk about mass transit now. bart in the macarthur station in oakland to richmond station is delayed and has limited service trains right now because there was a broken-down maintenance train on the tracks and they are trying to clear it. they suggest you take alternate transportation. that's between macarthur and richmond. that's your traffic. today marks one year since husband and wife terrorists stormed a building in san bernardino county and killed 14 people. >> 911 operator 7. >> we have a active shooter here! >> ma'am, listen to me. take a deep breath. have you seen the person with the gun? >> yeah. they're dressed in black! and they have a gun! >> 22 other people were injured on december 2, 2015. county employees had been taking part in a mandatory training session and holiday themed lunch when syed farook
and his wife tashfeen malik went on a shooting spree. they were later killed by police. one survivor is now speaking about the attack for the very first time. kevin ortiz was shot seven times and has post-traumatic stress disorder. he credits his wife, family and church for getting him through it. >> i think having them by my side through this whole journey, it's been a blessing. i don't think i could have did it without them. >> san bernardino county employees will hold a moment of silence at 10:58 this morning to mark the time when the first 911 call was placed. there will be a memorial service today. the largest police department in silicon valley is taking a stand as fear of deportation is on the rise for illegal immigrants. kpix 5's maria medina live in san jose with more on today's police announcement reporter: good morning, brian. the san jose police chief plans to announce today what they call their long-standing stance on immigration. now, the san jose mayor will be
here, as well. and i can tell you that he wrote a letter a couple of weeks ago to illegal immigrants literally saying, we have your back. now, in that letter he basically says, they will allow the police department to get involved in federal immigration enforcement and that he is prepared to go to court to block any federal action that he believes is unconstitutional to illegal immigrants. of course, all this in response to president-elect donald trump's promise he will deport millions of illegal immigrants with criminal records. >> there's a lot of fear and uncertainty about what might happen in washington, dc and what might not. i don't pretend to know exactly what the next president might decide to implement. but based on the campaign statements, there's been a lot of justifiable fear. >> reporter: and we have seen a lot of protests at schools bay area wide against president- elect trump's promise. meanwhile, county supervisors here in santa clara has said that he is willing to spend
millions of dollars to give illegal immigrants who face deportation free legal services and just yesterday, governor brown appointed the first latino attorney general here in california history. that press conference is today at 11:00. again, the police chief, the mayor, and several city leaders will be there including someone from the mexican consulate. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. >> the president-elect is set to hold more meetings in new york today's continues to fill spots in his administration. last night president-elect donald trump rallied before supporters in ohio. one of the states that helped him win the election. the first stop on his thank you tour. he unveiled another cabinet choice at the event. >> we're going to appoint "mad dog" mattis! [ applause and cheers ] >> as our secretary of defense. [ applause and cheers ] >> he is referring to retired marine corps general james mattis. confirmation may be tough
because retired as chief of u.s. central command three years ago shorter than the 7 years required by law. detectives are still waiting to talk to two inmates who broke out of santa clara county jail last week. one was too high and the other is on psychiatric hold. rogelio chavez was found in a duplex which looks like a disaster zone inside now. authorities used tear gas canisters in the house and tactical team members tore down the ceiling before they captured chavez who was on drugs at the time. his friend karla fernandez lives at the home and is now in jail for allegedly helping a fugitive. >> she is a very important person but she had a few incidents that were challenging for her. >> next week, santa clara county supervisors will decide whether to spend $300,000 to buy new cameras for part of the jail where the inmates escaped. right now, oakland police are looking for the suspect who shot a man near city hall. officers were called to the
scene near 14th and jefferson last night. they found a victim shot in the stomach. he is expected to be okay. no word on motive or suspects. it's legal. now santa rosa and sonoma county lawmakers are considering a tax on marijuana. they will take up the proposal today. on tuesday, the santa rosa city council and sonoma county board of supervisors will decide whether to move forward with the plan. sonoma county is also considering proposed rules on growing pot indoors and outdoors. both ordinances could go to voters this march. on to the bay area's sweetest transit tradition since get -- one of the bay area's sweetest transit traditions is getting under way. the holiday train is beginning its journey from station to station. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco. oh, what do you have behind you? >> reporter: very festive decorations here at the caltrain station in san francisco. the holiday lights train ready to roll this weekend. this is the spokesman for
caltrain. well, tell us about this holiday tradition. >> reporter: so, um, every, um, every first weekend of december we have the holiday train which is decorated, stop by nine different stations in, um, between san francisco and santa clara and we have some costumed characters come out and carollers and the salvation army band playing. it's a great community event we like to celebrate with our passengers and residents of the san francisco peninsula. we partner with marines for toys for tots for families who wouldn't receive them this holiday season. since the holiday train started we collected over 50,000 toys from donations. . >> reporter: how much are the tickets? >> it's not for riding. the train stops in different stations. schedule is up on holiday- train.org and you will see all
the stations that we stop at. it starts at 4 p.m. in san francisco on saturday and sunday and will make various stops at stations throughout the peninsula. >> reporter: great. we'll get that link up on our website, cbssf.com. thanks, will, for being with us this morning. and yeah, if you want to see the train. we'll have all the information this morning. we'll have more in here later. anne makovec, kpix 5. ♪[ music ]♪ time now 5:09. still ahead, how magic mushrooms could help people with cancer. >> and a violent crash caught on camera. hear from the good samaritan who came to the rescue. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning, everybody! good news is that we do have some more milder conditions this morning than 24 hours ago. bad news is, we have a change in your weekend forecast. we'll talk about that. >> and here's a live look at the richmond/san rafael bridge looking good. but we have mass transit updates for you when we come back. don't go anywhere.
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badge. this is the bay bridge. we'll have a forecast that will blow you away. traffic and weather in less than 4 minutes. doctors are using the psychedelic drug in magic mushrooms to help treat anxiety and dress in cancer patients. a new york university study and a second one at johns hopkins followed a total of 80 patients for six months. a single dose of it produced rapid and lasting reduction of anxiety and depression in 60 to 80% of patients. there were no serious side effects. doctors say the results are promising but preliminary. the drugs known to produce mystical states of consciousness might help people. >> the fda is expected to consider whether to approve larger trials. new video shows the moment of impact in a violent car
crash. this happened earlier this week in miami, florida. good samaritan came to the rescue of the woman inside the blue car, moments after the crash. >> i broke the door open and asked her if she needed help. she couldn't talk. the fact that she had her seatbelt out i think it helped her out from not getting further hurt. >> the woman is home recovering from what turned out to be minor injuries. near petaluma yesterday, look to the right of the road and you will see a car moving along and then all of a sudden it veers right off the road! everyone involved is okay. whoo. got to be careful throughout. >> cameras everywhere. that's what i think when i see this video. not only is that a bad car accident, but there's cameras everywhere watching including the one right there and the one in front of roqui. roqui, what's the latest? >> man, never -- even as a traffic anchor seeing that isn't easy. mass transit now, for bart
we have some delays coming out of the richmond station and that's a 20-minute delay between the macarthur station in oakland and the richmond station and then a 10-minute delay on richmond trains headed to fremont or millbrae. 14 minutes across the span of the golden gate bridge between 580 and the toll plaza. and the bay bridge toll plaza, a lot of cash lane backups still so i hope you have fastrak cards there. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze 18 minutes. to the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, 13 minutes. high wind advisory so keep both hands on the wheel and drive slowly and give yourself enough space between cars. green through the south bay, traffic is moving smoothly throughout the area. northbound 101 between that 280/680 split to highway 237 will just take you 11 minutes.
that's traffic. i can't speak roberta! i'll send it to you. >> sure you can. were you talking with me early this morning at 3:15? yes! good morning. 5:16. it's our live weather camera looking out from our kpix 5 studios across the embarcadero. and if you look very carefully, you can see the flag on the fly. can you see it right there? right there. yes. it's a stiff wind in san francisco. up to 19 miles per hour. temperature-wise, where we have the wind it's pretty mild. numbers are averaging 4 to 8 degrees warmer than 4 hours ago but where we -- 4 to 8 degrees warmer than 4 to 8 hours ago where where we lack wind it's cooler. san jose out of the northwest winds 1. 17. 16-mile-per-hour winds in concord. gusty winds in antioch. rise and shine! linda is our weather watcher in
fairfield reporting a north wind at 21 miles per hour. the coast is clear. we have high pressure building in from the west encompassing just about the entire state of california. it's a dry weather pattern that we are setting you up for with this area of high pressure encompassing the bay area. low pressure well to the north taking the track of a vigorous jet stream. when you see this wind particle map with the red lines here, that's giving you an idea the direction of the winds and see how tightly close they are together? that's a pressure gradient and thus it's producing and generating gusty winds but the winds while they will be out of the north today, they will rotate to the northwest late day. but nonetheless 10 to 20 miles per hour from both directions. stronger gusts at times. 57 degrees along the coastside in monterey bay through carmel into pebble beach. mid-50s throughout the central valley. so really some great traveling weather for this getaway friday but if you are heading to the high sierra, well, it will be 34 today currently 20. by sunday we'll see some increasing cloud cover leading to the potential of some snow.
so for your track heading back home, make sure you always carry the chains this time of the year heading to the high sierra. but some nice conditions, i mean, yesterday's high temperature was only 31 there. so 45 and 50, great skiing and boarding weather and we have a 4-foot base right now at squaw valley, just ideal. back at home, 58 to 62 degrees the high temperature in petaluma. so we are talking about a couple degrees warmer than yesterday but only 59 in livermore for the 7th on 8th consecutive day of not reaching 60 degrees. here's your extended forecast. tomorrow it's going to be downright balmy compared to what we have been experiencing. cooling off sunday. then for monday through wednesday, as a cold front plows through the bay area on monday, it knocks back our temperatures, barely into the 50s. we have us some football. it's pac-12 championship tonight at 6 p.m. at levi's stadium. clear and cool conditions and, of course, if you want to see some real football we're
talking about our raiders on sunday, 1:05. you can see it right here on kpix 5. but if you want to see it in the flesh, partly cloudy, cool conditions, 61 degrees. i'm still waiting to hear if aldon smith will be playing. we know carr will be. >> after the thumb incident. >> no, pinky. >> it's the pinky. >> these things are important. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> what's the difference? >> could be wearing the glove out there. go big, raiders! did you watch that cowboy game last night? 11-1 now. >> that's unbelievable. >> it is. someone needs to knock them out. >> it will be our raiders! >> we shall see. starting today, fishermen can catch dungeness crab across a 50-mile stretch off limits for safety reasons. the area from point reyes at salt point is cleared after domoic acid levels were deemed acceptable. the department of fish & wildlife has been watching this closely as you know since the acid derailed the season two years ago but officials stress
that crab fishing is still banned between salt point and humboldt bay. from crabs to lobsters, some crustacean central here, languages. a fisherman in canada made a big catch a 23-pound lobster! almost looks fake. experts think it's probably around 100 years old. when the fisherman brought it back to the bay, it made the news. a woman who lives nearby saw the story and decided to buy it so it would be spared from the dinner table. she paid $230 and set it back in the ocean. very nice. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, tiger returns to the golf course yesterday. why he wished he had a snickers bar on the course. and the warriors and rockets go to double overtime. tip-off coming up. >> what's cool cool -- and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com. we may come and featu re your school on the show. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
cleveland. good morning, welcome back. it is 5:23. let's start with the bay bridge toll plaza. we have a lot of cash lane backups so i hope you have your fastrak and keep in mind, high wind advisory across the span of the bay bridge. keep both hands on the wheel. from the carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze it will take you 19
minutes westbound. now let's head to another high wind advisory across the altamont pass out of tracy on 205, you're moving at 39 miles per hour into north flynn road where you hit 35 miles per hour. once you hit livermore traffic freeze up but at the dublin interchange here's a live look at that slow commuter traffic 580 westbound the altamont pass to 680 will take 15 minutes. good morning, everybody. a championship in 2015, 73 wins last year, kevin durant this year and charles barkley is still ripping the warriors. >> maybe i'm old school. but i'm never gonna like that girly basketball. i'm biased against girl basketball. >> well, at least cam newton loves girl basketball. warriors and rockets tied at 113 end of regulation. james harden in no overtime. kevin durant to win it no. but steph curry fouled out in double overtime and the rockets took advantage. harden mitts from downtown.
houston wins -- hits from downtown. houston wins snapping the warriors 12 game winning streak. tiger woods was supposed to return to golf in napa last front. instead he delayed it. he traded a wine glass for some rum in the bahamas. woods feeling the heat of competition for the first time since 2015. and it was vintage tiger on the front nine of the hero world challenge. pretty tee shot led to one of four birdies on the front. made the turn at 33. different story on the back nine. he went from sand, hit the wrong way to get out of trouble and hooked his driver on 18 into the drink. tiger double bogeyed two of the last three holes to finish with a one-over 73. he said he just got hungry over the back nine. we have thursday night football last night. the cowboys hung on to beat the minnesota vikings. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great week. ladies and gentlemen, time for play of the day! from the nba, los angeles
clippers at cleveland. here's the cavaliers star lebron james in action. >> stolen by james! converted on the window! >> fans didn't have much else to cheer about. they lost to the clippers 113- 94. if you are looking for something to get you in the holiday mood, we have just the thing! we'll tell you about the holiday ride that caltrain is taking this weekend. coming up next. >> fears of deportation at an all-time high. the bay area police chief who says not in my city. ,,,,
millions of undocumented immigrants. today the bay area's biggest city response. >> a miracle delivery in tennessee. we'll introduce you to the woman who gave birth during a tornado. >> wow! that's a future weathercaster in the making there! hi, everybody! good morning. we have one day, one day in which we're going to hit near 70 and that's it for the rest of the year. we'll pinpoint that day coming up. >> and traffic pretty quiet this morning but we have lots of mass transit updates for you. so stay tuned. >> good morning, everyone. it's friday, december 2. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. kenny is off today. we are going as to start off with kpix 5's maria medina. she is live in san jose to explain what police chief eddie garcia plans to do regarding immigration enforcement. good morning, maria. >> reporter: good morning, brian. yeah, basically, he is saying not in my city. and he is not the only one. the san jose mayor will also be here for a press conference
later this morning. now, he wrote a letter to undocumented immigrants just a couple of weeks ago basically saying we have your back. now, in that letter, he said that they won't allow the police department to get involved in federal immigration enforcement and that he is prepared to go to court to block any federal action that he believes is unconstitutional. of course, all this in response to president-elect donald trump president trump's promise to deport millions of undocumented immigrantses with criminal records. >> i don't think families should be separated. >> they might be die ported. >> and you? >> and i might be either in the orphanage or adopted by people that i don't want to be adopted by. >> you wouldn't go with them? >> no. >> two they let you go with them? >> no. >> reporter: and that was a student we interviewed just a couple of weeks ago in san jose. we have seen protests at schools bay area-wide against president-elect donald trump's comments.
meanwhile, county supervisor here in santa clara has said he is willing to spend millions for undocumented immigrants who face deportation to give them free legal services and just yesterday, governor jerry brown appointed the first latino attorney general in california history. so that press conference is later this morning at 11:00. again, with the police chief, the mayor and several city leaders including the mexican consulate general. live at sjpd -- consul general. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. james mattis will be announced as secretary of defense. it came the same day president- elect donald trump kicked off his victory speech in cincinnati. he plans to build the wall between mexico and the u.s. tennessee now where firefighters are working on stopping flames the chimney top firing killing 11 people so far. that wildfire also leaving behind a path of destruction. residents returning to
gatlinburg today will see their city's downtown mostly intact. but hundreds of homes have burned to the ground despite two days of rain. the wildfires spans more than 17,000 acres. >> that's why we're here to prevent it from lighting up again. >> they say the house-to-house search for survivors and victims will be completed today. that fire is the single deadliest u.s. wildfire since 2013. that's when 19 firefighters were killed near prescott, arizona. as brian said, the state just saw rain but the storm system also spawned more than a dozen tornadoes in tennessee, alabama, mississippi and louisiana. at least five people were killed. amid the destruction and disarray, a baby was born in tennessee. moments leading up to the birth have been replaying over and over. >> just got quiet all of a sudden. and then it was just kind of like heard a loud noise so as
everybody was going to my mom's bathroom, me and him just stepped in there and that's when it hit, the floor had fell in front of us. >> amber newman says she remembers trying to get up but thought she was stuck because wood was piled on top of her. nearly 20 first responders drove as close as possible to her home to rescue her. her father had to help crews cut down trees blocking the street so she could meet up with the ambulance. once at the hospital, doctors performed an emergency c- section. amber is doing well. baby is doing well. >> whoo! >> oh!! >> would you call it stormy? >> stormy? [ laughter ] >> or you could -- you know how it's traditional now where you can give boy names to girls. how about noah? one of the best weathercasters in the whole wide world. saw the rain coming and gathered them two by two. >> he got a little help with that. [ laughter ] >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> right. divine intervention. all right. good morning, everybody. out the door it's a
blustery start to your day. we have gusty winds but as a result we have some more mild weather not as chilly as 24 hours ago. temperatures 42 for the coolest spot in santa rosa. otherwise upper 40s in livermore. 50s around redwood city and in oakland. it is now 52 degrees in san jose. the winds have been blowing up to about 17 miles per hour out of the northwest. 13 now in berkeley through emeryville. all the way into richmond. 19 san francisco. winds now out of the north at 12 miles an hour in antioch through brentwood. 21 in fairfield and 17 in napa. today's high temperatures may be a degree or two warmer than yesterday. if you want to call low 60s balmy. half moon bay with a full-on sunshine, but brisk. winds out of the north up to 20. high 50s in pacifica. 60s will be common around the peninsula today. 62 cupertino. 60 in san jose. meanwhile, livermore will see the 8th consecutive date
without reaching 60 degrees. high 50s there. low 60s in pittsburg. good morning to you in benicia. in the low 60s. meanwhile, down right blustery winds in stinson beach. 58 degrees. 60s around the sunset district all the way into the mission in san francisco. 63 across the golden gate bridge into novato. and 62 degrees in cloverdale with the abundance of sunshine. but we will see some increasing clouds this weekend. the potential of rain showers and colder conditions. we'll pinpoint the days coming up at 48 after the hour. roqui? it's 5:36. let's start with mass transit because we have been updating you on these bart delays all morning long. and we have some good news. now the richmond line is 10- minute delayed instead of 20. if you are heading towards richmond, millbrae or fremont here, it's recovering from an earlier maintenance track problem. and train one on ace is on time. muni is on time and so is caltrain. so let's move over now to our roads here. we do have a situation in fremont.
it's been a traffic alert for a few hours now and it's scott creek road between 680 and warm springs boulevard. that's closed. if you taking the city street on your morning commute, it's closed due to a downed power line. there should be another hour of crews clearing it out. avoid that area. let's head now to the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are on. also, a high wind advisory across the span of the bay bridge. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 19 minutes. and then expect a 15-minute drive through the toll plaza into downtown san francisco. moving over to the golden gate bridge, if you are heading from marin into san francisco, this will take you 14 minutes but again, keep in mind there is high winds across the bay area. and moving on to the san mateo bridge, from hayward into foster city that will be a quick 13 minutes. brian? >> all righty, roqui. today is graduation day for members of san jose's police academy. mayor sam liccardo will be among those on hand to deliver remarks during the afternoon
event at family community church and all of it starts at 1 p.m. the most colorful caltrain of all time will soon be stopping at bay area stations. the agency's special holiday train starts its annual journey this weekend. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in san francisco with what passengers can expect from this cheerful ride. hey, anne. >> reporter: this is the way to get in the holiday spirit. i have the salvation army band, hit it guys, here behind me. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: they are going to be on the train which is going to be making stops at all caltrain stations between san francisco and santa clara all weekend long. you can see they have snow coming from what will eventually be the main stage here. [ loud music ] >> reporter: this is parked in the caltrain station and eventually, it will be headed up by the conductor who is ross peterson here with us this morning. thanks for being with us this morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: what a special job you have. >> oh, it is so much fun. we start in early october to
decorate the train so it's hours and hours and hours of work. >> reporter: tens of thousands of lights on the train? >> nobody will count them but the last count we had was about 70,000. >> reporter: all right. so tell us how this works. the train stops at each of of these stops and what goes on? >> so what we do is we have four stops after san francisco. each stop is about 20 minutes. we have a show that we perform on stage. we bring our stage with us. it's one of the cars. there's a band and chorus and costumed characters and santa claus gets off the train and walks on the platform and greets all the kids and the adults. or kids of all ages, i should say. >> reporter: you have been doing this since 2001. how is the project growing? >> it has gone exponential. we started out with three cars and we're barely able to put it together and now it's quite a production. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: all right. ross peterson, conductor of the
holiday train for caltrain. >> if you come, please bring a new unwrapped toy for toys for tots programs. >> reporter: yeah. that's a big thing in partnership with the salvation army. >> the marine corps toys for tots. >> reporter: thank you, ross. we appreciate it. we'll have more information on the holiday train if you want to see it through the weekend. we'll have information on our website, cbssf.com. we'll have that under "links & numbers." live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. it's now revealing whose pictures are the most popular of all this year. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning, brian. well, banking stocks are driving the dow to another record high. the dow was up 68 yesterday. the nasdaq fell 72. some economic data. the labor department says the u.s. economy added 178,000 jobs
last month. that's slightly more than expected. the unemployment rate did go down from 4.9% to 4.6%. that is the lowest level since 2007. now, this is the last big economic report before the fed meets this month and strong job growth makes it more likely the fed will decide to increase interest rates. and apple is getting some high-tech help to improve its map feature to compete with google maps. they could use drones to make its maps more accurate. they will track construction work and other road changes quicker than on the ground cameras. >> big brother is everywhere. instagram released its end of year data so who and what is popular on instagram? >> reporter: okay. pop star selena gomez is clearly the queen of social media. she has the most followers of any celebrity, 103 million, followed by taylor swift and beyonce. the most popular filters are clarendon and gingham. and disney theme parks central
park times square new york city and the eiffel tower are some of the most photographed places. brian? >> all right. now we know. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you. have a good weekend. ♪[ music ] time now 5:42. coming up, a very close call for a woman in poland. we'll show you what protected her from this crash. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
of the drivers lost control.. slammed in new video shows a woman in poland almost hit by a car. police say it all started when one of the drivers lost control slammed into another car and then crashed into a light pole. thankfully, the woman on the street was standing behind the pole so the car missed her. we're told everyone involved is okay. wow! >> very lucky. in washington, dc, it's beginning to look a lot like
christmas after the national christmas tree was lit in a ceremony outside the white house. >> 5, 4, 3, 2, 1! whoo! >> merry christmas, everybody! >> the obamas then enjoyed the ceremony from the audience while actress eva longoria hosted and performers like kelly clarkson, marc anthony and more took the stage. at the same time this sobering news. anyone in japan planning to get pizza delivered by reindeer on christmas is out of luck. >> that's sad. domino's has abandoned the promotional stunt. the reason? the reindeer were just too difficult to train. really? instead, domino's now plans to dress up its delivery scooters as reindeer complete with brown fur and antlers. when we first reported on this story i could have told you this wasn't going to work. >> i don't think so. not a good business plan. [ laughter ] >> i'm glad they figured it
out. all right. let's check weather and traffic. >> wait a minute, what? >> i was working over there. i just heard something about reindeer and pizza. no. right? >> no. >> when we went to australia remember when they had alligator on their pizza and things like that? we're not talking reindeer. >> no. reindeer not on pizza. they are using them to deliver pizza. not on pizza. >> on the other hand, this is how great ideas begin. [ laughter ] >> very true. what are we going to do? roqui? let's go ahead and start with traffic. no reindeer on the roads. but somebody may be eating pizza. i don't know. let's talk about the richmond line. it's a 10-minute delay on bart towards richmond, fremont and millbrae. so give yourself extra time. ace trains 1 and 3 are on time. muni and caltrain are on time, as well. let's head now to scott creek road in fremont between 680 and warm springs boulevard. this is closed and this was released as a traffic advisory a couple of hours ago.
it's still out there for another hour or so to clear up a downed power line. this is a city street, fyi. the bay bridge where the metering lights are on. also a high wind advisory across the span of the bay bridge so keep both hands on the wheel. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 20 minutes. expect a 15-minute drive through the toll plaza. another high wind advisory across the altamont pass across 205 at 39 miles per hour. speeds down to 28 miles per hour once you hit north flynn road. 580 westbound between north tracy boulevard and the altamont pass will take you 27 minutes. and then expect to free up through livermore on to the dublin interchange. here's a live look at that. 580 westbound at the altamont pass this is 80 will take you 15 minutes. roberta, what are you doing over there? [ laughter ] >> was i distracting you >> totally! >> sorry. i was kind of trying to get into my groove and i was moving doing some little calisthenics! let's check the live
weather camera towards the bay bridge this morning. clear skies, but boy, is it a blustery start to your day. some very gusty winds but that's a good thing. it's not as cold. as a result the winds are mixing up the atmosphere. so 42 degrees in santa rosa. 49 in livermore where yesterday at this time we were in the mid- 30s. it's in the 50s around the peninsula backing through san jose with the winds out of the northwest at 17. 11 in san ramon. 13 in berkeley. 13 also in novato. 21 in fairfield. i think you're getting the feel for all of this now. the winds will continue to blow this afternoon out of the north 10 to 20 miles per hour with an occasional stronger gust so the coast is clear but with those gusty winds, some of the sand from the coast could end up on the great highway. be mindful of that today, please. lots of cloudiness out there. as i widen this out, we have our satellite and radar showing an area of low pressure well to the north of the bay area taking the course of a very vigorous jet stream that's being diverted well to the north because high pressure is
right about here. so the pressure gradient between the two is causing this. see these red lines here? that's our wind particle map showing winds out of the north pulling and drawing in cooler air, as well. until then, just some gusty winds in fact, pretty breezy through saturday afternoon. travel weather for this getaway friday in the mid-50s in throughout the central valley. big sur through monterey bay into carmel, mid-50s. if you are heading to the high sierra, what a great base we have already this time of the season! 34 degrees today but we are talking more mild conditions on the south shore and north shore. 45 to 50 over the weekend. but keep on top of your weather forecast. we have an area of low pressure, a cold front that could bring some snow late sunday into monday for your traveling plans. so make sure you have the chains. 7:07 official sunrise. and by the time it sets, these temperatures are going up a couple of degrees in comparison to yesterday in many
neighborhoods. not all. and, in fact, forecast, livermore 58, 59 today. it means it will be the 8th consecutive day that we have not seen 60 degrees in livermore. 58 degrees in mountain view. but oh, boy! wait until you see that seven- day forecast. the warmest day coming up nearly 70 inland on saturday. that's going to probably be the warmest day through the rest of the year. then we cool down on the sunday. slight chance of rain monday. otherwise just remaining cool monday through thursday. are you ready for some football?! tonight, levi's stadium, we have colorado taking on washington. we have mike macintyre and his colorado team coming to the bay area, the buffalo, we might even see a sighting association say megan our producer from colorado. okay. now, also, football, raider fans, raider nation, we have the raiders playing host to the buffalo bills. derek carr and the guys partly cloudy cool conditions 61 degrees. go, raiders! meanwhile, if you want to lace
up the skates, hovel ice rink in san francisco, 61 degrees. we have more celebration going on. this is so much fun. the downtown pleasanton parade steps off on saturday at 5 p.m. with 57 degrees. holiday ice rink san francisco at 60. we have so much going on in the bay area! east bay ice skating as well at 63 degrees in san jose. mainly sunny this weekend in the low 60s. enjoy your day. looks like a lot of fun, roberta. all right. turning to what's trending this morning, mila and ashton kutcher just welcomed their second baby. no official word if it's a boy or girl but kutcher may have spilled the gender beans. in an october appearance on nbc's today show, kutcher said the couple's 2-year-old daughter wyatt was pointing to her mother's belly and saying, baby brother. who knows? from a baby to a viral puppy. have you ever wished your pet would clean up after itself? meet pablo a 3-month-old pit bull who tried to do that. he had an accident on the bathroom floor and this is what
his family came home to, a toilet paper covered puddle. his owner posted the photon on twitter and it's going viral. >> trying to, you know, match him up with their little puppies on [ indiscernible ] talking about hopefully they can meet him one day and stuff like that. and i'm just like, oh. >> of course. he can clean up after himself. the pit bull has his own twitter account. and finally, a viral christmas tree in australia. it's made out of nearly 2500 beer cans of all things. take a look. it stands about 15 feet tall. the man who created it said he and his mates have been saving up the cans for a year. and it even lights up at night. the display is all for a good cause. the man who built is says he is collecting donations through the end of the month to donate to alzheimer's charities. ♪[ music ] all right. time now 8 minutes before 6:00. how dog walkers are fighting
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wh just when you think you've seen it all something you don't see every day a great white shark leaping off the ocean! a woman who was studying abroad in australia captured the video over the weekend. the crew says they see plenty of sharks on their trips but not usually that close. dog walkers in south san franciscan help fight crime. the san francisco police department launched the new dog walker watch program last night. the goal is to have people serve as the eyes and ears on the streets. if you want to take part join a training session. the next one is thursday at 6:30 p.m. ♪[ music ] coming up, taking a stand against donald trump. the bay area police chief who says immigration enforcement isn't his job. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
kenny choi is off today. a huge mess was left behind where rogelio chavez was arrested a week after he broke out of santa clara jail. authorities used tear gas in the house and tactical team members tore down the ceiling to find him. his friend karla fernandez lives at the home and is in custody for helping a fugitive. >> she is very responsible person. but she had a few incidents that were challenging for her. >> next, week santa clara county supervisors decide whether to spend $300,000 on new cameras for the part of the jail where chavez and other inmates managed to escape last week. there is growing fear of deportation among undocumented immigrants in the u.s. but san jose's top cop says not in my city!! kpix 5's maria medina live at sjpd headquarters with what chief eddie garcia plans to announce in just a few hours. good morning, maria. >> reporter: good morning, brian. yeah. the top cop here is expected to announce the long-standing position on immigration and thea