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direction doesn't start to break until right before you get to the maze. this is where we're seeing delays this morning. other than that your ride is good heading into san francisco. we are still under the 20- minute travel time and we haven't leaped into the red quite yet. 101 between 80 and cesar chavez in san francisco, traffic flowing. no problems. more coming up. it is a calm start to the day. pretty clear conditions out there. no fog in sight but it is cool out there. so you may notice that when you step out you may want to step right back in have your warm cup of coffee or cocoa or tea or whatever you like to drink ready because it's a cool start. we have clear skies contributing to the cool factor. so temperatures this afternoon will be near normal. so slightly cooler than yesterday. you may see some clouds right around your lunch break time and there's a very slim chance
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of sierra snowfall expected to come as a trough works in. here's a great view this morning of golden gate bridge. and yes, temperatures in san francisco 47. have not reached that 50-degree mark which we have been experiencing the past few mornings. santa rosa 34. so almost near freezing. some north bay cities are at freezing. we'll have more coming up. a vallejo police officer shot and killed a suspect during what officials say was a violent struggle. jessica flores has more. reporter: michelle, anne, that's right. police are investigating exactly what happened. we do know that there was some type of pursuit before the officer shot and killed the
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man. officers say it was self- defense. the family disputes that. they are demanding answers. it happened last night 7:40 p.m. at marin and florida street. police haven't said what the initial call was. according to police the suspect ran off and when the officer caught up with the suspect there was a violent struggle and that's when the officer fired his gun killing the man. police say the officer shot him in self-defense. but we heard from the man's aunt who is questioning why police used lethal force. >> i want his body out the street. they won't tell us nothing. we know who he is. they know who he is. all we them to do is get my child body out the street. get him out there. he been out here for hours from what i been told. >> reporter: that road was closed for hours as investigators examined the scene. the solano county district attorney and vallejo police are investigating. the officer is on paid administrative leave as that investigation continues. live near vallejo, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5.
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in just a few hours, a man arrested for sexually assaulting a teacher in her classroom in san jose is due in court. 23-year-old andrew bracamonte is also facing charges for robbing the teacher at harper middle school. police say school surveillance video you see there on the right-hand side of your screen captured bracamonte roaming the halls before the attack last month. police say bracamonte lives less than a half mile from the campus. as the feds crackdown on sanctuary cities, california is issuing guidelines for businesses on how to avoid aiding i.c.e. agents. state attorney general xavier becerra is making a new push for businesses to follow the new immigrant worker protection act that requires employers to keep workers informed when the federal government is investigating their status and not to cooperate unless the immigration authorities present a judicial warrant or official audit notice, after i.c.e. agents visited 77 work sites in
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northern california including the bay area. becerra also took to twitter on the issue saying: as the immigration debate heats up, a court decision could give the "dreamers" more time. >> kpix 5's katie nielsen reports from morgan hill. reporter: so we are actually here at the morgan hill i.c.e. office where later this morning a local group of immigrant rights protestors are planning a march. it's all over a decision by president trump to end daca which provides deportation protection to illegal immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. the program was set to expire march fifth but recipients challenged the legality of ending daca in court and yesterday a judge ruled in their favor. they can renew their status but no new enrollments. a bill would give some
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protection to "dreamers," fund the wall and limit family- based immigration. >> it's the one bill that can become law. we shouldn't go focused on passing a bill out of the senate. we should be focused on passing a law that can get most of the house and that president trump is willing to sign. >> well, this is a very difficult issue. we're all aware of that. but we can get something done. we're on the verge. >> reporter: the senate is expected to debate the issue today and right now, the process is open-ended meaning any proposal will be considered and the first one to get 60 votes will move on to the house. also today, siren, an immigrant rights group, is planning a protest here at the morgan hill i.c.e. office at noon to protest what they claim is retaliation against immigrants. live in morgan hill, katie nielsen, kpix 5. following the deadly wine country wildfires,santa rosa is paving the way for new housing in the fire-ravaged neighborhood of fountain grove. the city council just approved
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the rezoning for the 237-unit project after receiving reassurances it would be built to the strictest fire codes in the state. the tubbs fire destroyed more than 5,000 homes in sonoma county in october including the historic round barn for which the housing project is named. california senate leader kevin deleon received a significant boost in his insurgent bid to defeat challenger senator dianne feinstein. the service employees international union, a very prominent labor union, announced it is backing deleon. that's because of his positions on a $15 minimum wage, immigration and environmental activism. supporters of a plan known as "calexit" will be outside the state capital today, to relaunch their push to get it on the 2018 ballot. it needs more than 585,000 signatures to qualify. the campaign is looking to get california to break away from the rest of the united states.
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the nation's top intelligence officials say the u.s. is seeing signs of russian meddling in upcoming midterm elections. intelligence claims moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election which led to the fbi investigation into possible trump campaign connections. russia denies the allegations and president trump has called the fbi probe a witch hunt. the top democrat on the house intelligence committee claims his party won't revise their counter memo which is related to the russia investigation. a white house aide said the memo could be released if the appropriate changes are made. it's a rebuttal to a republican memo. president trump says it contains sensitive information and will not release it. >> the question is what redactions will be made. obviously, we would like to keep those to a minimum. the white house has a different interest, um, i think. their interest is in redacting
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anything that doesn't reflect well on the white house. >> democrats have argued their memo will respond to and provide fully context for the statements made in the republican memo. time now 6:09. this morning, snapchat is facing backlash. in our tech report, why thousands of users are upset and demanding a change. >> reporter: and we're live here at the san francisco flower mart where you can bet it is very busy here on this valentine's day morning. >> and you can see jackie in the jacket. you will need it this morning. cool temperatures for a lot of the north bay valleys especially where we're looking at subfreezing conditions. i'll have your valentine's day forecast coming up. >> in your ride along 680, getting busy as you head through danville. we are tracking some more slowdowns. we'll check your travel times coming up.
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and love is literally in full bloom.. as flower shops across the
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country are getting ready for a very busy day. kpix 5 reporter jackie ward is live at the flow welcome back. happy valentine's day. love is literally in full bloom as flower shops across the country are getting ready for a busy day ahead especially from all those last-minute guys and gals trying to make their sweeties happy today. our reporter jackie ward is live at the flower mart in san francisco. >> reporter: i'm here with jean this morning the general manager here at the sf flower mart. this is a really busy day for you. and if you you were telling me just now that it's a good thing that it falls on a wednesday this year. >> yes. it's really good when it falls during the week, especially midweek. wednesday this year means probably really strong sales across the board for retailers. >> reporter: you guys are busy is he crack of down.
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john has been starting at 2 a.m. how will today be different? >> reporter: we are busy five to seven days prior to the holiday really busy where we have semis of flowers coming through the facility. as we get closer to the actual holiday, we tend to slow down a little bit more because most of the product is already out in our customers' hands hopefully getting to the consumer so we really ramp up and then we get back -- we get the last-minute -- all the late orders that came in from all the men out there. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> reporter: i totally understand that. i sympathize with them. what advice do you have for people on valentine's day? do you tell them to go with the roses or maybe try to get something a little more personal? >> reporter: i tell people, you know, what's their favorite color? a favorite flower? you don't have to go with the standard red rose. i know the younger generations don't really like the standard red rose, but the red rose is beautiful. so it really depends on, you know, what the person you're giving it to really likes. >> reporter: thank you so much.
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it's always fun to be here as always. thank you. it's a bustling place here. i mean, like you said, it's 6:15 a.m. we're usually half asleep ourselves. but everyone here is wide awake. they are ready to go. the housewives start coming around 10 a.m. is what these vendors say and things really pick up. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. sounds good. jackie, thank you. >> your favorite live shot. because then you maybe can get some flowers. >> yeah. that, too,. >> some places we have traffic flowing freeway in both directions, other places we have slowdowns. it's not as bad as what we have seen earlier this week. but we are still tracking problems and mass transit if that's what you were planning to use this morning, be advised
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that sausalito ferry no service to or from sausalito commuters can use tiburon or larkspur. this is all due to a problem that they are having -- they are hoping to have service this afternoon. they will put on an advisory: the l-taraval and m-ocean muni lines are currently delayed. they do have a bus bridge in place to west portal. so heads up there. bart and ace are on time. 280 accident approaching geneva on the shoulder. it's not slowing anyone down into san francisco. so here's a look right now at our vaca camera. a gorgeous start to the day but it is cold. so i wanted to show you this because temperatures up across the north bay valleys, below freezing for a lot of folks. sebastopol down to 29 degrees.
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glen elle 31. very chilly start to this day of love. temperatures this afternoon are going to be normal. where they should be. so here are a few things to remember. near freezing start to the day in the valleys, below freezing in some. and a lot of the rest of the bay area temperatures in the 30s and 40s. so it feels chilly out there. but high pressure will be returning. temperatures on the rise. then they will drop dramatically by the time we get to monday on president's day. get ready for a cold day on monday. especially in the morning. morning lows could be very low. here's a great view of golden gate bridge right now. nice clear conditions out there. and the rest of the bay area here are some of your other temperatures. 40 in concord. 40 in oakland. and 37 in livermore. san francisco at 47 degrees. san jose in the 40s. sunrise this morning at 7 a.m. should be clear just a few high clouds out there this morning. more clouds are going to be rolling in as this trough makes its way towards our area.
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right now it's bringing rain for the pacific northwest and some higher elevation snowfall and we are hoping it brings us a little bit of precipitation but it's going to be pretty dry. we are not looking at rain for a while. 20 days now of dry conditions for the bay area. no rain, not quite record- breaking but it is definitely desperate times. we are in the middle of the rainy season but all we have is clouds. about 2 p.m., all of that should clear up. it will be a nice sunny afternoon. then the high elevations could see a few snow flurries as that trough makes its way down so your snow futurecast looks like mount shasta will get the most of it. this trough is going to bring more towards the very northern edge of california. donner summit, southlake, barely anything. but just a few snow flurries to add to the one to four inches they got on monday morning. your high temperatures today will be in the upper 50s for san francisco, 60 for oakland, down in the south bay san jose temperatures a little bit warmer at 64. so that brings you about a couple of degrees above average there. but we are a couple of degrees below average for san
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francisco. and get ready for several degrees below average to come. monday and tuesday, wednesday of next week, look at that, morning lows could be as low as in the 20s and 30s. so we'll be very cold. i'm warning you now. it's going to feel pretty warm and comfortable by the time we get to saturday and then a huge drop, 70s down to the 50s on monday and tuesday of next week for those afternoon highs. so it's going to be chilly. michelle. thank you. despite last year' scandals, uber is bringing in more revenue and narrowing its losses. the ride hailing company's net revenue for the quarter was $2.2 billion. that's up from over $1 billion since last year. last week uber said it would pay $245 million worth of its own shares to "waymo" to settle a legal dispute over trade secrets. despite the iphone x popularity, apple is trailing samsung in the smartphone market. according to trend force, samsung ended 2017 with an over 21 perfect market share.
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the tech giant shipped more than 310 million devices. that was enough to top apple went sent out about 215 million iphones. many snapchat users are upset about the new redesigns. over 900,000 people have signed a change.org petition to help convince snap to change the app back to the basics. snapchat previously featured content from friends, publishers and celebrities on one page. now there's a designated page for publishers and a page for friends. social media giant is getting criticism that the new interface is difficult to navigate. a former a's pitcher calls it quits and are the play-offs slipping away from the san jose sharks? we are going to drop the puck coming up. (vo) i was born during
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the winter of '77. i first met james in 5th grade. we got married after college. and had twin boys. but then one night, a truck didn't stop. but thanks to our forester, neither did our story. and that's why we'll always drive a subaru.
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former a's pitcher jarrod parker told the "chronicle" he is retiring from baseball at the age of 29. in two seasons with oakland, parker went 25-16 but had not pitched in the majors since 2013 after undergoing tommy johns surgery and breaking his elbow twice.
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two nights ago warriors coach steve kerr handed over the clipboard duties to his players. golden state's 46-point win over the suns. some thought it's disrespect to phoenix whois 18-40 and the coaching decision met with mixed reactions in the suns locker room. >> you have to do what you have to do to build your team up. if he thinks that helps him, i tip my hat. >> i think it's disrespectful. i don't think it's hard to coach those guys. i think anybody can do it. >> ouch. lebron james and the new look cavs visiting oklahoma city. 3rd quarter the three into the defenders' face. the cavs win 120-112. they are 2-0 since the big deadline trade. sharks goalie should be ready after that pregame routine. did it help against arizona? second period, tied at one, alex scores the go-ahead goal past martin jones and last place arizona beats san jose, 2-
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1. the sharks were 0 for 5 on the power play. and their play-off hopes are on thin ice. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. now to our play of the day on the ice. the chicago blackhawks taking ." on the las vegas golden knights. and vegas had already scored on the last two shots. [ play-by-play ] >> scores! it's three goals! >> there it is. david scored the wrister three goals on three shots. the final score was 5-2 with vegas winning and your play of the day. reporter ad libs plus: the state senator that's behind a proposed bill aimed at a federal judge rules in favor of daca recipients. we'll explain what it means for the obama-era program coming up. >> plus, the state senator
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behind a proposal aimed at allowing students to bring medical cannabis to school.
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she survived and was left for dead. >> as two suspects face a judge we are learning more about the murder they are accused of. >> plus, following the deadly wildfires, the steps one county in wine country is taking to defend its landscape against future disasters. >> and raising concerns. the differing stories from the fbi and the white house in the case of a top aide accused of abuse. >> i am concerned. i think a lot of us are
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concerned about what has come to light in terms of the background checks. >> the immigration debate continues at the nation's capital today. but a court decision to give the dreamers a little more time. it is wednesday, february 14th. i'm anne makovec. kenny choi is off today. >> and i'm michelle griego. kpix 5's katie nielsen is in morgan hill to explain. katie. >> reporter: immigration has been a hotly debated topic ever since president trump took office and a major sticking point has been the daca program. it's an obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who came to the u.s. as children to stay in the country. president trump announced last year he was ending the program on march 5th. daca recipients challenged that decision in court and just yesterday, a second federal judge ruled in their favor meaning current recipients can renew their status, but no one new can enroll. lawmakers in washington are now debating for a permanent solution. >> well, this is a very
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difficult issue, we're all aware of that. but we can get something done. we're on the verge. >> they have been talking about it for years and if we could do it, it would be a great achievement. >> reporter: the senate is expected to debate the issue today. right now the process is open ended meaning any proposal will be considered and the first one to get 60 votes will go to the house. also, today, siren, a community group focused on immigration rights is planning a protest at noon here at the morgan hill ice office to protest what they say is retaliation against immigrant communities. live in morgan hill, katie nielsen, kpix 5. a suspect is detained outside the national security agency in fort meade, maryland. nsa headquarters is part of a sprawling military complex outside washington, dc. someone drove up to the gate in a black suv and then there was a shooting.
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three people have been hurt. no word on their injuries. it is 6:32. and let's head outside for a live look this morning. on the left, a beautiful shot of santa clara this morning. the sun continues its rise and on the right-hand side, the golden gate bridge where traffic is moving smoothly. love is in the air, you guys. >> yeah. it is. [ laughter ] >> i love you guys. >> awww we love you, too. >> awww. >> awww. >> our studio manager saying, awww! [ laughter ] >> it's true. >> we might be making people want to puke. i don't know. [ laughter ] >> yeah. it's a chilly start to your valentine's day so at least this love may make you feel warm and cozy. temperatures are cool. so right now in san francisco, looks like pretty clear conditions. we have a few high clouds out there. and i do want to show you your temperatures for most of the bay area. the north bay temperatures are
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cold below freezing for a lot of areas like rohnert park. definitely chilly out there. san jose warmer at 44. you can see a few clouds out there now. so most of the cloud cover will actually arrive by noon. and then it looks like things will clear up for the afternoon. cool overnight and cloudy a trough bringing a slim chance of sierra snowfall. a few flurries. i'll track that coming up. take a look at the brake lights in the southbound direction there. we just jumped into the red 24 minutes, heading southbound from 238 on down towards 84. we are tracking an accident and
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my heart goes out to this driver. he was blocking the exit and several people have hit that car and left. we are seeing a big backup stretch as you make your way into hayward and it's stretching back into san lorenzo so do be advised of that slowdown out the door. back to you guys. a vallejo police officer shot and killed a suspect during what officials say was a violent struggle. kpix 5's jessica flores joins us live from the vallejo police department with more. >> reporter: police are investigating what happened in the minutes leading up to the shooting last night. the officer shot in self- defense. it happened around 7:40 p.m. last night at marin and florida streets. we aren't told yet what the initial call was but police say the suspect fled and when the officer caught up with him, there was a violent struggle. now we're hearing that radio
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call of what happened in the minutes leading up to the shooting. >> i have a guy on a bicycle running from me. i'm on florida street heading -- >> reporter: after that shortly after that, a couple minutes after that call, police say the officer shot the man in self- defense. his aunt said police didn't have to use lethal force and questions why. >> from what we were told they were chasing somebody else. [ pause ] >> now, i don't know. we were also told that a police officer was shot. they won't even tell us that. and i know my child ain't shot
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nobody. he don't carry guns. he never has. he never has. [ pause ] >> reporter: a lot of emotions after that shooting last night. the road was closed for hours during the investigation. the solano county district attorney as well as the vallejo police department are investigating the shooting. we are told now that officer is on paid administrative leave as that investigation continues. live in vallejo, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. today the family of the 23- year-old shot and killed with a stolen police officer's gun is filing a lawsuit against the san francisco police department. abel esquivel was murdered last year by three illegal immigrants in san francisco's mission district. the gun was stolen from an officer's personal car. his family alleges that the police department failed to follow state and local laws in securing that firearm in an unattended vehicle. this afternoon, two suspects arrested in a deadly stabbing will be in court. police arrested an engaged couple 19-year-old daniel gross
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and 25-year-old melissa leonardo in modesto for the murder of 19-year-old lizette cuesta. authorities say cuesta crawled 100 yards after being beaten, stabbed and dumped near tesla road monday morning. a good samaritan called 911. investigators say the last thing she was able to was identify her killers. supporters of the bay area judge facing a recall election are now criticizing the stanford law professor leading the movement. professor michelle dauber and others submitted more than 95,000 signatures to get that recall effort on the june ballot. but some critics of the movement have pointed out dauber has never been licensed to practice law. they are questioning her credentials. aaron persky came under fire for his decision to sentence a former stanford swimmer to 6 months in jail according to sentencing guidelines for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman in 2015. this morning, there are more questions about security clearances at the white house
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and when the trump administration knew about a domestic abuse allegation against a top aide. last week, rob porter resigned after his two ex-wives told investigators he physically abused them. on capitol hill yesterday, fbi director christopher wray testified that the bureau completed its background check on porter last july. that contradicts the white house's claim last week that the investigation was still active. >> white house personnel security office who is the one that makes the recommendation for adjudication had not finished their process and therefore not made a recommendation to the white house. >> after director wray's testimony, white house officials said even though the fbi completed its investigation, the white house personnel security office did not. dozens of top administration officials still do not have full security clearances. state senator tony mendoza introduced 15 pieces of legislation despite being on a leave of absence while under
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investigation for sexual harassment. officials say the new bills he just introduced do not violate the terms of his continued leave. he left office in december after three former staffers accused him of inappropriate behavior. most of the bills mendoza introduced this week are measures known as spot bills. some of those bills include ballot elections and workers' compensation. public school students who rely on cannabis for medicine may be able to take medication to school. state senator jerry hill introduced the new legislation yesterday. the bill would allow a parent or guardian to administer the medicine typically in the form of oil or capsules to the child on campus. taking steps to prevent future fire damage. sonoma county officials are adding to their long-term plan geared toward recovery from october's wildfires. yesterday board members pushed for additional steps including possible expansion of controlled burns and rules requiring more land owners to
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clear debris from around their homes. the county has already taken major strides toward defending watersheds and preventing landslides in the burn zone during the winter rains. time now 6:40. a group of stranded climbers on oregon's tallest mountain are recovering this morning. more on the rescue efforts next. >> plus, the scandal overshadowing snowboarder shaun white's gold medal win. >> the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the big board. the dow is it down about 127 points. coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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peak.. are safely off the mountain. but help came too late for one climber -- who fell to his death. six of the seven hikers who spent the day stranded on
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oregon's tallest peak are safely off the mountain. but help came too late for one climber who fell to his death on mount hood yesterday. he fell almost 1,000 feet down the mountain. it all started when two separate groups of climbers got stuck at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet. one woman who couldn't walk or move when she was found had to be lowered down with a rope in a sled 600 feet at a time. >> these ice conditions were hazardous. >> anytime somebody loses a life is devastating. we are thankful, however, that we are able to get these other folks down safely. >> reporter: crews say warmer weather the past few days have contributed to the ice and snow melt. four people died on mount hood last year. it is looking like it could be rough on wall street and retail sales post the biggest drop in almost a year. joining us now with all the details is kcbs radio's
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financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: it looks like a rocky day ahead for the market. investors got news they don't like to hear that inflation is rising. the government reported that consumer side prices were up by 3/10ths of a percent in january. biggest gain in a year up over 2% from a year earlier. prices were up across the board including car insurance posting its biggest increase since 2001, food, gas, other products, healthcare, all going up. investors don't like that because it could tell the federal reserve to get more aggressive with rate hikes taking more money out of the stock market. another piece of bad news, retail sales down a big drop in a year car sales taking it on the chin last month. stock market is heading lower. we have a three session winning streak that is in jeopardy. but some solid gains. right now the market is worried about higher inflation. let's go to the big board. dow down by nearly 150 points. nasdaq down 14.
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the s&p is moving lower by 13 points. back to you. >> thank you. today is the day where people are spending time with loved ones and also spending money. the national retail federation reports americans will spend about $2 billion on flowers this valentine's day. jackie ward is live at the san francisco flower mart where business is blooming. have you scored any flowers yet yet? >> reporter: i haven't gotten any flowers. brian just scored some for his wife. hopefully nickie is not watching and she will be totally surprised by the bouquet that he got. anyway, i'm here with one of the few local growers around here. this person from half moon bay, it's showtime. we got to do this now. >> okay. >> reporter: you have been here since 1956? >> that's when my father started coming to this market here. i went and broke off on my own
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in 1967. so i have been here since '67. >> reporter: wow. tell me, i know that local growers are kind of dwindling these days. how have you been able to sustain your business? >> reporter: in the '90s, when the foreign product was coming into this country, we got hurt. at one time we employed 40, 45 people. we had to reinvent. it took me a few years to figure it out. so we cut way back and now i only employ 6 to 7 people. but it's just a better -- and we're only farming maybe one- third of the ranch now but we do crop rotation so it works fine and we change our crops and no, we're not doing cannabis. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that wasn't going to be my follow-up question but anyway, what are you focusing on right now? >> dahlias greens and others. dahlias are a big crop and they started june and run through november. >> reporter: wonderful. thank you so much for being with us this morning.
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>> thank you. >> reporter: we appreciate your time. and louie is one of the many vendors open here at the san francisco flower mart. you're open all day? >> no, we leave at 11:30. we started at 1 a.m. >> reporter: they have to go home at some point. >> i have to work the farm. >> reporter: oh, my gosh, busy guy. that's it for us in san francisco. jackie ward, kpix 5. >> it feels like it's all day long. >> i'm sure it will be a busy day there and on the roads. very busy out there. we are seeing a lot of brake lights and i haven't seen any flowers but we have seen one christmas tree. >> oh? >> that happens. people are still hauling their christmas trees away on february 14th. let's take it outside. you're taking a live look at the eastshore freeway near gilman and you can see those brake lights in the theme of valentine's day red as you head into berkeley there and over
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towards emeryville. 26 minutes to the maze. over at the maze, we're seeing a backup develop due to an accident that we're tracking blocking one lane and we can see a lot of flashing lights according to this camera right here. you can see they are over in the far lane so that's going to definitely cause some slowdowns for drivers already dealing with those delays. right now 25 minutes from the maze into san francisco. and here's a look at your ride along 880 starting to show some improvement. we have been tracking an earlier accident near "a" street and we are slow getting over to the san mateo bridge but we are tracking another problem on the shoulder. let's check in with neda on the forecast. >> all right. i showed you earlier a lot of these morning temperatures in the 30s and 40s and now i want to show you what the north bay valleys are dealing with. below freezing conditions in sebastopol. 29 degrees rohnert park and chilly 30 petaluma right at that freezing mark. and glen ellen 31 degrees. north bay valleys with cool air. in a few days, we'll all get it.
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here's a view of san francisco on this valentine's day, nice pink sky for everyone who has love in the air. highs today cooler than yesterday, 50s and 60s in the area. these are average temperatures. a trough impacting the northern edge of california. rain and hire elevation snowfall for the pacific northwest. no showers for us. we'll only see cloud coverage by noon. and then 1:00 p.m. it clears up and that's it. so just some clouds, that's the only shake-up in your forecast today and some sierra snowfall. a slim chance for snow flurries on the higher elevations. there's a wind advisory for tahoe, waves up to 3 to 5 feet
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there. dry streak 20 days in a row of no precipitation in the bay area. windy up there this afternoon. by the time we get to next week, sunday night into monday, that's our next chance of possibly some sierra snowfall. we are hoping for some rainfall in our area but this model shows it could graze past the bay area so we may get some showers but most of this will impact southern california. it is a pretty dry system that's to come. some of the models show no chance of rain for us. what we will definitely feel is a blast of cold air coming through because of that system.
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so as that happens on monday morning you're being warned temperatures will be below freezing for a lot of us in the 20s and 30s monday and tuesday morning. and then afternoon highs will be in the 50s. that's your forecast. olympic drama in pyeongchang where american snowboarder shaun white was the last snowboarder to go down the pipe. white delivered a near perfect performance winning gold. but his victory is being overshadowed by harassment allegations. a former member of white's rock band accuses him of sexually harassing her and sending her sexually explicit images. she reached a settlement with him last year. white said he didn't think it would tarnish his olympic legacy. >> i'm here to talk about the olympics, not, you know, gossip. so but, um, i don't think so. i am who i am and i'm proud of who i am and my friends, you know, love me and vouch for me and, um, and i think that
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stands on its own. >> in a televised interview this morning, white apologized for dismissing the allegations as gossip. he called it, quote, a poor choice of words to describe such a sensitive subject. a second federal judge has ruled in favor of daca recipients. we'll explain what it means for them as well as the immigration debate. that's coming up. >> plus, the changes bart is introducing that are aimed at cleaning up stations and increasing ridership.
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the debate over immigration continues today at the nation's capital and a major sticking point is the daca program. it's an obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who
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came to the u.s. as children to stay in the country. president trump announced last year he was ending the program on march 5th. daca recipients challenged that decision in court and just yesterday, a second federal judge ruled in their favor meaning current recipients can renew their status but no one new can enroll. lawmakers in washington are now trying to come up with a more permanent solution. >> they have been talking about it for many years and if we could do it it would be a great achievement. >> well, this a very difficult issue. we're all aware of that. but we can get something done. we're on the verge. >> reporter: the senate is expected to debate the issue today. also today, siren a community rights group here in morgan hill will be protesting at the morgan hill ice office against what they call retaliatory actions against immigrants. live in morgan hill, katie nielsen, kpix 5. it is 6:58. time for your "final 5." >> reporter: a suspect has been
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detained after a shooting outside the national security agency in fort meade, maryland. nsa headquarters is part of a complex 20 minutes outside d.c. authorities say someone drove up to the gate in a black suv and then there was a shootout. three people have been hurt. no word on their injuries. this morning, more questions about security clearances at the white house and when the trump administration knew about a domestic abuse allegation against a top aide. last week rob porter resigned after two women said he abused them. vallejo police are investigating what happened leading up to a deadly officer- involved shooting. it happened on marin and florida streets in marin around 7:40 last night. this afternoon two suspects arrested in a deadly stabbing will be in court. a man and woman were arrested in modesto for the murder of 19- year-old lizette cuesta. bart is making significant
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changes in order to clean stations in response to a 4% decrease in evening and weekend ridership since 2017. it includes a complete overhaul of bart's cleaning approach and increased public out reach to the homeless. >> reporter: an accident on the san mateo bridge. you can see it on the right side of your screen. and we also are tracking delays at the bay bridge toll plaza. a crash in that backup there as well blocking one lane. the official sunrise in less than 30 seconds. and there it is! our vaca camera shining nicely for your valentine's day and we are seeing partly skies out there. here's a quick valentine's day forecast for you: cool start to the morning, cool by lunch, cool by dinner. >> jaclyn, thank you for our valentine's day gifts. ♪[ music ] have a great day. good mor it's . choi.
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it's wednesday, february 14th, 2018, valentine's day. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, shots are fired after an suv is stopped outside the national security agency headquarters in maryland. three people are injured. dramatic rescue efforts stretched into the night, 10,000 feet up oregon's mt. hood. at least 40 rescuers raced an incoming storm to save hikers stranded on treacherous terrain after a deadly fall. an engine emergency terrifies passengers on a united airlines flight to hawaii. after a big bang, they looked out their window to see part of the jet missing. president

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