tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS December 6, 2016 4:30am-5:01am PST
>> i'm already cold. it's cold in the studio. >> we already got cold temperatures. >> we are all split on this. >> we are not. you and maria had it all the way to the low yesterday. >> you complain when it's in the middle too. >> sometimes. there are times. >> good morning, everybody. rise and shine. we have some areas of fog and some cold temperatures, 33 degrees in santa rosa. it's the comest we have coolest we have seen going back to january of this year. notice we'll have sunshine but temperatures still under 60 degrees everywhere. the most notable feature, the wind increases and the rain moves in. 4:30 now. let's take a look at the
bridges across the bay area, starting with the golden gate. that will take you 14 minutes between 580 and the golden gate toll plaza. and if you're heading to downtown san francisco along if east shore freeway, that's 19 minutes. no delays at the toll plaza there, metering lights coming on around 5:30 a.m. kenny? thank you. a criminal investigation is underway at the site of a deadly warehouse fire in oakland. 36 people confirmed dead, and investigators do not believe they will find any additional bodies. friday's fire is now the deadliest disaster since the fire in 1936 in san francisco. officials are still looking for the cause of the blaze.
>> reporter: at least 1,000 mourners came to pay tribute to those who died in the fire. for days the local arts community has been in shock. >> we should get an update on the investigation and recovery efforts later this morning. a press conference is scheduled for 6:00 a.m. we'll bring that to you live here and on cbssf.com. . >> authorities have identified many victims, mainly in their 20s, and at least three were from out of the country. two uc berkeley students are still unaccounted for. last night officials released the names of 9 more victims:
. >> vigils for the victims are taking place across the country including in san francisco, where people lit candles last night. the vigil in oakland showed many fear for the future of the arts scene. >> reporter: a lot of sadness here as you can imagine tonight. oakland's mayor briefly addressed the crowd but she was booed and heckled. some have concerns this tragedy will hurt the art community.
for days the local arts community has been in shock. >> everyone in oakland and beyond has been affected by this tragedy. >> reporter: this artist calls herself butterfly and says the creative community in oakland is close. she knows the master tenant who faced backlash for throwing the party in a warehouse that was not up to code. >> i can tell you that he's a very horrible person. and he has a long history of harming people. >> reporter: amid the anger, there was also love. chris edwards says he lost friends in the fire and handed out free candy. >> lost my friends, good friends. just come out and show love for the people that we lost. >> reporter: many others still reeling here. >> it's been intense. the loss of life is devastating. beyond that, i worry about the artists' community, how it's going to be destroyed. >> reporter: he said he's heard
tales of officials knocking on the doors of other art compounds looking for violations. his fear, that this ripple has just begun. >> getting a better sense of oakland artists and a closer look at the complicated layout. this is video showing the space just an hour before the fire. the footage is grainy but you can see groups of people standing and others sitting as the electronic dance party was getting underway on friday night. up to 15 people called that mix of wooden furniture and makeshift utilities home. a woman who used to visit said sometimes the place lacked running water. it also had a shoddy staircase made from wooden pallets. there was only one stairwell between the two floors, proving dangerous when people needed to flee the fire. we'll stay on top of the developments throughout the morning and you can check out the latest at cbssf.com.
. 4:35 now, let's check on the weather. >> it's an interesting week ahead here. we have chilly temperatures but we're going to throw some wind in there and increase rain chances. it's a dry day today, sunny day but on the cool side. we have some clouds, patchy fog out there. right now 33 degrees, clear skies for santa rosa, 45 degrees san francisco, and that's cold. meanwhile, this is what you need to know for this tuesday, december 6th. today's temperatures, 5 to 6 degrees below average, 50s around the seashore. that's as good as it gets.
53 degrees half-moon bay. it's a little on the raw side when you factor in the wind. mid-50s morgan hill, and the eastern portion of the bay area has wind gusts 20 to 30 miles an hour during the evening hours. temperatures are in the 50s, and we could possibly see frosty conditions later tonight. it will be the coldest night of the workweek, and perhaps even the coldest going back to january. 52 degrees and you'll have the sunshine and clear skies tonight in our far reaches of the north bay with rain first arriving here tomorrow afternoon. we're going to talk more about that coming up. >> did you say tonight would be the coldest night so far since january? i'm not leaving my apartment. taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza along the east shore freeway, 19 minutes. no delays through the toll there. and road work on westbound 580 between park boulevard to the 980 interchange, one lane open
till 5:30 a.m. and we have road work in both directions of 880, northbound between mission boulevard to 92, and southbound between whipple and stevenson. two lanes are closed in both directions till 5:00 a.m. southbound 880 to highway 92, this is a look at the san mateo bridge. and a look at the pass transit, bart looking good, all on time. back to you. thank you. today the board of supervisors is meeting in a few hours to come up with a plan to help immigrants who could face deportation. the city council is also expected to meet about a resolution declaring santa clara a city of refuge for immigrants. that starts at 9:00. president obama is preventing china from buying a
sunnyvale community. >> reporter: the deal which has a u.s. subsidiary here is a sign of how far the administration will go to keep china from buying sensitive technology. it's an unusual step, and only the third time in 30 years that a u.s. president blocked a chinese deal on national security grounds. the german chip company has about 115 employees at silicon valley. the technology has military applications. >> these are measures that have a particular use. they are used under extremely punishing conditioning such as a war zone. and that includes weapons of mass destruction. this is a security risk to the u.s. government. >> reporter: and technical experts say joint measures, a group of industry leaders that tackle regional problems.
>> i foresee a chill coming down, desending upon u.s.-china relations. >> reporter: and he called mr. obama's decision political obstruction. he called the proposed $740 million acquisition pure market behavior. there is extra security at subway stations in l.a. today after officials say there was a terror threat. the fbi says the threat was made through an anonymous phone call to a public safety line. the caller reportly indicated something was going to happen at the universal city station sometime today. >> you will see the increased uniform presence, especially at the stations where we have the k-9 explosive detection teams. we'll have undercover operations underway as well. >> and they will be doing random bag searches.
election 'thank- you tour. ahead of the event, he's expected to meet with henry kissinger at trump tower ... as well as the c-e-o of exxon-mobil, w . in north carolina, henry kissinger expected to meet with the ceo of exxon mobile, possibly for job of secretary of state. yesterday trump met with former vice president al gore. . >> in the search for areas of common ground. >> other visitors included bay area tech mobile peter keel and u.s. tone for central california and former florida
congressman alex west. the north carolina man in the pizza gate incident is in court again later this week. 28-year-old edgar welch was arraigned yesterday after he fired his weapon at a d.c. pizza restaurant the day before. he says he was there to investigate a conspiracy theory claiming hillary clinton and her campaign chairman had been involved in a child sex trafficking ring run out of the pizza restaurant. of course that's false but that didn't stop this story from spreading. one of those accused of actively sharing the story is connected to donald trump's
transition team. >> fortunately no one was hurt but the incident shows the very real real consequences. >> these people have have take a moment to contemplate what's going on. >> reporter: the fake story claiming hillary clinton and john podesta were involved in the child sex ring was shared widely on reddit. after the incident, michael g. flynn tweeted: . >> and retired general michael flynn, before the election shared a link to a false story
for the pizza gate theory. while the transition team hasn't responded, those close to trump have spoken out. >> this is certainly not something the president-elect condones and certainly not something that he supports. i think this is a terrible situation and hopefully one that can be remedied. time now 4:45. let's get a check of the weather. >> it's getting interesting.
this is what i really like. they can mix it all up. so this morning, the number one key to keep in mind, it's a cool start to the day. not as cool as it will be 24 hours from now when we have temperatures at the freezing point. but this morning we're close to that: it is currently 33 degrees in santa rosa, a combination of clear skies and partly cloudy conditions and patchy fog. later this afternoon, sunshine but a cool day, still under 60 degrees everywhere. right now we are seeing an increase in the winds through oakland at 7, calm in napa. some of the clouds filtering in here, at the leading edge of the clouds bringing in an area of a cold front. that's rolling through the bay area today and it's on the dry side,. when you see these lines of red, that gives you a good idea where the winds are coming from. from the north to the bay area, and traverse the bay area.
welcome to your wednesday. did you see it? by the evening commute, wednesday will be rainy. here is thursday with pockets of heavy rain as well. we'll continue that and direct your thursday, thursday evening. friday a lingering shower certainly possible. this morning we're in the teens, going up to 55 in fresno. sun will be up at 7:11 and we'll see partly cloudy conditions around some areas. otherwise we'll have the clarity and today's high under 60 everywhere. from pacifica, a very cool 53 degrees. mid-50s around the bay today, and reaching 54. the winds kick in and to that
chill. in the east bay, looking at your neighborhood, going to 9 and that's it. by tomorrow evening's commute, rain out on thursday. rain on friday and remaining cloudy with a chance of rain over the weekend. that's your tuesday morning forecast. . 4:49 now. let's take a look at the morning commute, starting in oakland where we have road work causing slowdowns on 580 between park and 980 interchange. one lane is open till 5:30 a.m. and we have red arrows in the area, meaning traffic is moving slowly there. moving over to the altamont pass, north tracy boulevard to the pass on 580 westbound, take you 20 minutes. then expect along there the drive around 42 miles an hour.
miles away, found walking down the street and learned the rightful owner was her friend. she said she is truly grateful to have another chance with gigi. >> she's 13 and a half years old now. how long i have her i don't know but she's home. >> she was especially kind because she could have kept the poodle for herself. time now 4:51. a store without checkout lines? sounds like a fantasy but amazon is making it a reality. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
. good morning, everybody. look at the low temperatures across the bay, averaging 5 to 6 degrees below this date. while we have cool temperatures today, factor in the wind that will blow up to 30 by the evening commute, making it feel downright raw before frost sets in tonight. starting with the altamont pass, speeds steadily going down this morning. from tracy to the altamont pass, that will take you 23 minutes. according to aaa, drowsy drivers are to blame for one in five fatal crashes.
video shows it only takes a second to nod off. drivers who miss 1 to 2 hours of sleep nearly double their risk of a crash. >> if you have earned only 4 to 5 hours of sleep in a night, the odds of getting into a crash are the same as driving legally drunk due to alcohol. >> and if you're on a long trip, it's suggested to stop every two hours to take a break. uber is creating a group to work on developing self-driving cars for the ride sharing service, and look at other ways ai technology can be used. this will be much like the facebook fair lab, which does much of the same thing for mark zuckerberg and his company. drones could become a problem at prisons across
california. at least two incidents where drones have been spotted near jails caused worry that people could drop things off to prisoners. >> concern is you drop a handgun in a prison yard or a knife or drugs. something pretty cool, there's a store being tested in seattle that sounds like a dream. there is no checkout line. amazon just unveiled the new store that sells gory essentials and premade meals. shoppers check in at the entrance using the app, then grab what they want and exit the store when they're done. amazon tracks purchases using advanced sensor technology. >> customers can buy cheaper products. the downside, some jobs will be
lost. >> the first store is in seattle, where amazon is headquartered. right now it's available only the employees. coming up, new information about the victims in oakland as many gather to remember those lost. >> coming up, we'll take a look at where things stand with a possible criminal invoice. investigation. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
underway... as crews remain staged at the warehouse in oakland ... where 36 people lost their lives. we're learning the details behind that investigation... and the . a criminal investigation underway in oakland where 36 people lost their lives over the weekend. we have details of the investigation and victims. we'll have live team coverage coming up in just a few
minutes. >> let's take a live look outside. >> it's cold outside. i like to tell people to remember the coldest air is still to come. bundle up this morning, temperatures right now freezing in santa rosa, now in the low 40s across the valley, 40 degrees in redwood city, mid- 40s around the bay from san francisco through oakland. san josi you're waking up to a little