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senior adviser and son-in-law, jared kushners has been stripped of access to top secret intelligence. good morning. we are starting off with traffic and weather. jaclyn has the commute. >> it's the calm before the storm. but accidents are coming in. it's busy. metering lights are on for a half-hour and that backup quickly grew. it's stretching beyond the foot of the maze so 17 minutes from the maze into san francisco 580 and 80 join together and all battle to go towards the toll plaza there. it's busy so give yourself some extra time. at the berkeley curve, travel
times on the eastshore freeway, they are in the green. delays building about five minutes. 580 problem-free. 80 an earlier one but that's cleared. 580 in the yellow out of antioch, but 101 big delays through the south bay. we'll take a closer look coming up. neda has the forecast. we are seeing light snowfall, a sign of what's to come. this is the very beginnings. on hi-def doppler, you can see it's well to the north of us about 100 miles still away from santa rosa but it is cold in some of the locations so that rain is turning to snow flurries. that's very similar to what we'll start to see later on. here's the futurecast.
it will look gloomy this morning. a few areas of very scattered light rain. then by 4:00, a little bit more. and then here we go. 6:00 the north bay, widespread rainfall through san francisco, redwood city, through midnight it's going to start toic up between midnight and noon tomorrow -- start to pick up between midnight and noon tomorrow. we could get an inch in that time span. 6 a.m. heavy rain in the north bay through san francisco. we could see up to 3 inches of rainfall with this storm bringing us 5 inches for some of the coastal mountain ranges. winds pick up after midnight. we'll talk about the wind advisory, the winter storm warning and all that coming up. i.c.e. is calling out oakland mayor libby schaaf saying she endangered their officers in a recent immigration sweep. >> kpix 5's jessica flores with more on the claims and who was arrested.
reporter: good morning. that's right. well, oakland mayor libby schaaf had been warning about these immigration raids for several days. it's called operation keep safe. and for the last several days, i.c.e. agents have arrested 150 people all the way down from bakersfield up to the oregon border. oakland's mayor said she warned the public and came out to the public about this issue because she wanted folks to be safe and be prepared in case family members or parents were picked up in these raids. aclu is criticizing these raids and they are saying that i.c.e. agents are intimidating folks at their homes and also using racial profiling to detain people in public. the aclu is telling undocumented immigrants they have the right to remain silent and not to open the door unless agents have a warrant. i.c.e. says about half of the 150 people arrested have criminal records including assault and dui convictions. agents also arrested the other half for immigration violations. in a statement, i.c.e. called out mayor schaaf saying her actions put agents in harm's way and the statement saying, sanctuary jurisdictions like san francisco and oakland shield dangerous criminal aliens from federal law enforcement at the expense of public safety.
they are still looking for 800 more immigrants and saying: in her own statement last night, mayor schaaf defend her move: >> reporter: now, san francisco mayor mark farrell is also speaking out defending his city as a sanctuary city saying it will remain a sanctuary city and folks over there will be protesting at noon in san francisco in front of the i.c.e. northern california headquarters. live in oakland, jessica flores, kpix 5. president trump's senior
adviser jared kushner's access to classified information has been scaled back. the move follows months of delays in completing his background checks. reporter: jared kushner no longer has access to president trump's daily intelligence brief. the senior adviser to the white house, also the president's son- in-law, had his security clearance downgraded last week. >> mr. president, on jared's downgraded clearance are there any concerns? >> reporter: he had been granted access to top secret information while the fbi completed his background check. white house chief of staff john kelly has changed that. >> general kelly respects jared a lot. and general kelly will make that call. i wouldn't make that call. >> reporter: sources say the change in classification affects roughly 3 dozen people. it comes as general kelly tightens the temporary clearance rules following domestic abuse allegations against former staff secretary rob porter. kushner's fbi background check has been delayed for months after he refiled paperwork three times because of
undisclosed contacts with foreign nationals. white house officials downplayed the downgrade. >> he is a valued member of the team and he will continue to do the important work that he has been doing civilians he started in the administration -- he has been doing since he started in the administration. >> reporter: he focuses on foreign policy items including peace in the middle east. >> white house officials say the change in security clearance can be revisited at any time. this morning students from marjory stoneman douglas high school head back to class two weeks after a gunman killed 17 students and school staffers. extra security and grief counselors are on campus. it was two weeks ago that 17- year-old carlos rodriguez was one of many students in that school taking cover as shots rang out. >> it's not going to be the same. >> the freshman building is where the shooting occurred. that will stay closed. investigators say the suspected gunman nikolas cruz had planned on using a third floor
stairwell as a sniper's nest but his bullets didn't shatter the hurricane glass. he had more than 180 rounds left. the shooting has set off a debate over gun control across the country. california representative mike thompson is trying to get support for a rarely successful procedural move. it would force a vote on a bill to require background checks for all gun purchases. he introduced the bill with republican representative peter king of new york in november. it's been in committee since then. it would expand the use of the national instant criminal background check system for guns that are purchased online and at gun shows. two senators are putting together a short-term fix for the "deferred action for childhood arrivals" program with three years of border security funding under a new proposal including a three-year extension of daca while providing nearly $8 million for the trump administration's border plan. the senate has rejected three immigration proposals already that would have included permanent protections for the
nearly 2 million immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. state senator harris wrote about this on twitter saying: >> in a few hours california lawmakers will try to raise awareness about the deadline for daca recipients. to get aid they must apply by friday. the man shot and killed by san francisco police officers, his family will hold a news conference. the man was shot in april 2016. police fired 7 times as they say gongora pat launched at them with a 13-inch knife. but the attorney for the victim's family claims eyewitness statements and video evidence show a different build- up to the shooting. before today's news conference the family will meet with the city's district attorney to discuss the investigation. more information is being revealed about an officer- involved shooting and a murder
suspect in san francisco. here's jackie ward with video from the incident. reporter: good morning. we are getting a new look this morning at a police showdown that ended with police opening fire. >> we got him. he's in there. he's in there. >> reporter: police say the man holed up inside the rv is murder suspect joel armstrong accused of shooting two men on the panhandle in golden gate park nearly two weeks ago. after the shooting, he carjacked a getaway vehicle and police were able to track him to alameda street. he refused to come out so police then heard two shots fired from inside. so they fired back of the police say this is the weapon they recovered from the suspect a 9-millimeter gun. armstrong faces charges of carjacking, murder and 8 counts of attempted murder. according to police, 7 officers fired 65 shots and no one was hit. new details this morning on the big fire that tore through
a metal recycling facility in richmond last month. the cause may never be known. they have spent weeks interviewing employees at that site sifting through burned debris. the fire on january 30th sent toxic smoke into the air and prompted a "shelter in place" order. the department now plans to issue an investigative report aimed at preventing another fire at that facility. time now 6:10. the sierra is seeing fresh snow this week. the problems the winter weather is causing next. >> we're about to get dumped on by a lot of snow across the sierra. we could even see low elevation snow and a lot of rain and wind. i'll have your full forecast coming up. >> starting to see a lot of brake lights out there. your right heading along 880 heading into hayward getting very busy. we'll take a closer look at the travel times coming up. >> plus, in our tech report, a look at where ford is testing its self-driving cars and a new business model. we'll be right back.
this is the scene in the area of pollack pines. plows were kept busy and p blast one of wintry weather, another one coming, made a mess in the sierra this week. here's the scene in the area of pines. plows were busy and people were shoving outside a store. that intense storm led to car wrecks on 50 and this morning, people are bracing for an even bigger blast. >> it's been about two years since we have really seen much of any snowfall. we had some freezing temperatures and then some rain but not together. >> the snow is expected to be at its heaviest thursday and friday. and neda iranpour is getting really jazzed. >> a dream would be to drive
today and just watch the snowfall because driving tomorrow -- >> the snow will arrive tonight and it will be really heavy tomorrow. friday as well through saturday morning. if you can get there before then, it's ideal. otherwise the roads will be icy. winter storm warning begins at 4 p.m. today for the sierra foothills. they do see up to two feet of snow in the foothills. up to 7 feet of snow at the higher elevations. 65 miles per hour wind gusts. so windy and snowy.
satellite-radar showing clear for now but we are going to start to see the beginnings of the storm arrive. sunset most likely cloudy, rainy and windy by then. so here's a look at your high temperatures for this afternoon. pled it upper notifications for the highs: -- mid- to upper 50s for the highs. cold thursday and friday and a decent amount of bay area snowfall across our hills. right now all of this is churning up a lot of moisture in the gulf of alaska. it's heading towards our area and it's going to bring with it rain, wind and snow. one to three inches for most of the bay area and a lot of it between midnight and noon.
and then we could get five inches across the coastal mountains. showers this afternoon, heavier widespread rainfall tonight through tomorrow morning especially that morning commute. and it will be windy, as well. some of the strongest winds we'll see will be tomorrow. down to 2,000 to 3,000 feet as far as our snow levels go. gusty winds. so secure everything outside. it will be rainy and gusty strong throughout the day tomorrow. the seven-day forecast shows once it's all done, by saturday afternoon, saturday night, things should clear up. we'll have sunshine out there and temperatures will start to rise. it's going to be a tough day on the roads. please be safe. all right. let's take it outside right now where we are tracking a
very crowded ride for drivers heading southbound 880 out of san lorenzo into hayward. about 18 minutes down to highway 84. your ride continues to be slow over to the san mateo bridge. debris past the toll plaza keeping things under 20 miles per hour so your ride over to 101 very slow sluggish and crowded. 22 minutes. so just under a 10-minute delay across the span. heading through the south bay out of gilroy northbound 101 you will start tapping the brakes and our drive times showing tennant to cochran about 20 minutes, no stalls or blocks in the lanes. clears up towards 85 but we are track the usual delays along 101 between 680 and 880. so heads up there. ford is revealing it is
testing self-driving cars and a new business model in miami, florida. it includes cars powered by ai autonomous vehicle software and others with human drivers. many will be delivering for domino's pizza and post mate. they are looking to have thousands of vehicles in commercial operation across the country in a few years amazon is buying a doorbell maker. it's a growing bet on delivering packages inside shoppers' home securely. reuters says the deal is valued at over $1 billion. amazon is expected to bring them in as an independent business like other acquisitions. google clips are on sale. the pocket sized digital camera decides on its own whether an image is interesting enough to shoot. it costs $249. it is fixed to stationary objects. you know who is looking for steady work right now? tim lincecum. and we may have an update on timmy. apparently where he is going and how you can see him coming up.
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kane made his sharks debut against edmonton. second period san jose trailing 1-0 but then his pass tipped in. later in the game couture with the shark's fourth goal of the period and san jose snaps a three-game losing streak. they win, 5-2. tuesday april 3 the texas rangers come to the oakland oakland. you may see tim lincecum. he has reportedly agreed to a deal with the rangers. he hasn't pitched in the majors since 2016 with the angels. texas will likely use him as a reliever. he could have a shot to become the team's closer. lincecum had success out of the giants bullpen during their world series run in 2012. nfl news. according to the athletics, the raiders will bring back wide receiver michael crabtree. there was speculation crabtree could be released by jon gruden after catching just 58 passes last season and being suspended after a brawl with the broncos.
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although, yes, our school was, um, gunned down, it was -- it's not something that we can't overcome. >> this morning, students are returning to their florida high school where 17 people were shot and killed. a live report on what investigators are revealing about the gunman. >> plus, one of the nation's largest outdoor retailers is
making a big change in the wake of the shooting. >> the help being offered today to the victims of the deadly wine country wildfires. >> but first, students and teachers at mark marjory stoneman douglas high school are returning to class today two weeks after the shooting. it's wednesday, february 28th. i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. 17 people died in the attack. as hena doba reports live from parkland, florida, investigators have revealed new information showing it could have been much worse. hena. >> reporter: good morning, ladies. yeah, a lot of disturbing details. this rampage could have been a lot worse. this morning, as students came to school, they were welcomed with a massive makeshift memorial with 17 crosses, of course, representing every victim along with heavy police security including two armed deputies inside the school. students and teachers arrived at marjory stoneman douglas high school this morning many
still haunted by the deadly shooting that claimed 17 lives. >> it's a little, like, nerve- wracking. we're back on campus. it's been a while. >> i'm nervous, but i'm just happy to see everyone come together and support each other. >> reporter: just two weeks ago, 17-year-old carlos rodriguez was in the school and took cover as shots rang out. >> it's not going to be the same hallway. it's not going to be the same smiles. >> reporter: today, extra security and grief counselors will be on campus. some parents are concerned their kids aren't ready to go back. >> how many of those kids that are broken that -- that -- that aren't processing this properly are going to be put back in this school? >> reporter: the freshman building where the shooting happened is closed. investigators say the suspected gunman nikolas cruz had nearly 180 rounds of ammunition unfired when he fled the scene. sources also tell cbs news cruz attempted to create a sniper's nest at the building by shooting out a third floor window. but his bullets didn't shatter
the hurricane glass. >> my plan is to spend $500 million to make our schools safe. >> reporter: florida governor rick scott has now proposed making school buildings in his state more secure by installing bulletproof glass. he is also calling for an increased law enforcement presence in every school. and sources tell cbs news images of swastikas were found on the ammo magazines and the gunman. >> hena, a first-of-its-kind school marshall program moved one step closer to becoming a reality in florida. tell us what's next. >> reporter: yeah. this is very interesting. this was a bipartisan vote. 23-6. now, it would allow armed teachers inside classrooms. they would have to get certified and trained by the local sheriff's office. but it will have to go on the house floor and be approved by
every individual school district. >> thank you. the shooting set off a debate over gun control and this morning dick's sporting goods, one of the nation's largest outdoor gear retailers is ending the sale of assault style rifles in stores. the company also says it will not sell guns to anyone under 21 years old. now, these sales are already banned in california. and this is a live look right now outside of a dick's store in san jose. dick's chairman and ceo edward stack says after the school shooting, the company felt it needed to do something. stack says that the gunman nikolas cruz had purchased a gun at a dick's store but not the one used at the school shooting. an evacuation warning for several communities an cities in santa barbara county this morning. forecasters say a storm moving in tomorrow could trigger mudslides in the fire scarred foothill area where mudslides killed more than 20 people in montecito last month. evacuations are not mandatory but the sheriff's office says
there is a high risk for loss of life and property. >> the bay area is bracing for another round of rain. a big one. here's a live look outside on the left-hand side of your screen from the embarcadero looking at the beautiful bay bridge and on the right-hand side, the hi-def doppler seeing some areas of green but, boy, nothing compared to what we are going to see on that thing tomorrow. we are going to light it up, neda. >> tomorrow morning will be lit up. that's for sure. right now, mount vaca camera showing a nice rosie sky. all is rosy in the world for now. or you can take this as a warning of what's to come. here's a great to view. look at the colors. isn't that pretty? we are seeing clouds starting to roll in already ahead of the raindrops that will be arriving. and temperatures are cool. we had pretty clear conditions overnight so down to freezing temperatures in livermore below freezing for santa rosa, north bay valleys could see frost out there this morning. satellite-radar showing right now, fairly clear skies, a few clouds starting to build in san francisco and the rain is on the way. i do want to show you the
futurecast because by noontime today, we could start to see the trickles coming through the north bay and here we are midnight, 1:00 in the morning, we could already see about a quarter inch of rain for san francisco, a lot more in santa rosa, by noon tomorrow look at all the rain that's expected over an inch for most of the bay area. an inch and a quarter for concord, up to two inches by friday at lunchtime. >> it's going to be a very busy day out on the roads for tomorrow morning's commute. please be safe out there. okay, we are tracking slowdowns. we are in the red now for drivers heading along highway 4. this is as you approach the port chicago highway. headlights moving westbound 26 minutes out of antioch over to 680. sluggish into walnut creek. southbound 680 south of 580 as
you head on down towards 84, it's just under 15 minutes. more details about a shooting involving police officers and a murder suspect in san francisco. jackie ward joins us with the latest. >> reporter: because of the body cameras we are getting a look at what happened. this morning, we are seeing the moment when police caught up to suspect joel armstrong. he was involved in a shooting and carjacking that happened on the panhandle earlier this month. this is video when police fired into the rv armstrong was holed up in. armstrong had carjacked a vehicle after killing one man and injuring another. san francisco police tracked him to this rv at alameda. after repeated orders he refused to come out. three people and a dog came out and then moments after, police heard two shots fired from inside the rv. and they fired back. two hours after the standoff started armstrong finally left
the rv and was arrested. police say this is the firearm they recovered from the suspect, a 9-millimeter gun. armstrong faces charges of carjacking, murder and eight counts of attempted murder. seven officers fired 65 shots and no one was hurt. all of the video from the shooting has been released to the public. today, two men arrested in connection with a shooting near daly city that killed two people will face a judge. 20-year-old devin lum of south san francisco and a 23-year-old man from oakland. the shooting happened in broadmoor on sunday night. lum is facing two murder charges, the other facing accessory charges. a third person was shot and will survive. the california highway patrol is detaining a teenager this morning after reports of someone running into traffic on
interstate 80 in berkeley. this is new video from a helicopter provided by the chp. investigators say officers were called to the scene near ashby avenue at about 12:30 this morning. they identified the girl as a 16-year-old who had been reported missing and at risk. federal immigration officials have released new information on sweeping arrests across northern california. kpix 5's flores reports from oakland with why i.c.e. is calling out oakland's mayor. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. the operation is called operation keep safe. over the last several days, i.c.e. agents have been in northern california making dozens of arrests. a total of 150 people arrested from bakersfield to the oregon border. now, oakland mayor libby schaaf has been warning of these raids for a couple of days now. she said she came to the public with this information after she got tipped off from several sources. she said she wanted to warn people to be prepared in case they were picked up in these raids. i.c.e. says about half of the 150 arrested have criminal records including assault and dui convictions. agents arrested the other half for immigration violations.
aclu is criticizing the operation saying agents are aggressively intimidating families in their homes and using racial profiling to detail people in public. they are telling immigrants they have the right to remain silent and not open the door unless agents have a warrant. the ice deputy director says agents are still looking for 864 undocumented immigrants and he is calling out mayor schaaf saying in a statement: >> in her own statement last nightmare schaaf defended her move saying: >> reporter: san francisco's mayor mark farrell also is defending his sanctuary city
status saying san francisco will remain a sanctuary city. today at noon protestors will gather outside of the northern california i.c.e. headquarters and rally against this operation. reporting live here in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. a u.s. district judge has sided with president trump on building a border wall with mexico removing an obstacle to the campaign pledge. the judge is the same indiana- born judge with mexican heritage whom the president accused of being biased over his handling of fraud allegations against trump university. this morning the president tweeted: ruling from the co allows us to proceed. our untry must have border !" e house comm ions director hope refused to answ questions in the ru robe investigation. hicks appear e the house intelligence commi d talked about ime on the
aign.. but onc white house communications director hope hicks refused to answer questions in the russia probe investigation. she appeared before the house intelligence committee and talked about her time on the trump campaign. but once questions surfaced about her time in the white house, she declined to answer. a candidate for mayor in san francisco is calling for a job title to be removed from a name on the ballot. london breed is listed as acting mayor but the board of supervisors decided to replace her with someone not seeking the office long term. "the examiner" newspaper says mark leno is the candidate who filed a writ calling for the city of san francisco to remove breed's former title. meanwhile, breed and leno will join candidates jane kim and angela alioto for a mayoral forum this evening. it's scheduled for 7:00 tonight at the united irish cultural center in san francisco. in the wake of the deadly wine country wildfires, sonoma valley wants to help people rebuild at a community meeting this evening after more than 5,000 homes were destroyed in the county.
the event is for residents with questions about the rebuilding process. the meeting takes place at the altamira middle school in snow and begins at 6:00 tonight. time now 6:42. the impact climate change is having on california crops. >> plus, the new push for uber and lyft to pay city taxes to address san francisco's growing needs. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the big board. you can see the dow is up about 92 points. coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. time for a look at what's coming up on "cbs this morning." gayle king has more from new york. >> reporter: hey, michelle, ma belle, always good to see you in san francisco. ahead, we're at marjory stoneman douglas high school where we'll talk to some of the students beginning class for the first time since that terrible shooting. and we'll follow three marines just back from deployment in
afghanistan to learn about the difficulties of returning to normal life. it's part of a new series we're calling it coming home. people like john lewis and debbie allen open up about the importance of storytelling and what it means to be black. all that plus the eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. we'll see you at 7:00. michelle, i have an idea of what it's like to be black. i'm thinking it's a good thing. back to you in san francisco. >> awww. i would love to hear you point of view. thank you, see you at 7:00. economic growth is remaining solid and papa john's is no longer the nfl's official pizza. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. economic growth not quite as strong as originally thought in the 4th quarter but still solid. the government revised growth in the 4th quarter down slightly to 2.5%. that came after above 3% in the
prior two quarters. the revision lower comes from weaker business investment. consumer spending was the strongest growth in a year and a half and, of course, a lot of people spent money on pizza but papa john's claimed people weren't buying their pizzas in the fall due to the nfl protest so papa john's is dropping its sponsorship of the nfl something it held since 2010. instead, pizza hut. other pizza chains took issue with papa john's last fall and said the nfl protest did not hurt their says at all. and it is reported that pizza hut sponsorship of the nfl is bigger than the one that papa john's had. stock market looking to rebound after some pretty heavy selling yesterday. let's check the big board. dow up over 80. nasdaq up 22. s&p up by 7 in the early going. >> thank you. there is a new push for uber and lyft to pay city taxes
to address san francisco's growing needs. supervisor aaron peskin plans to place an initiative on november's ballot to make it happen. peskin says the city could potentially generate millions of dollars annually last year. a group mulled a ballot measure to impose a 20 cents to a dollar fee for uber and lyft rides in san francisco to fund public transportation. it is 12 minutes before 7:00. jaclyn has been tracking some traffic troubles on 880 in oakland. >> slowdowns in the east bay on 880. this shot doesn't look bad. but hey, we're still in the red. 26 minutes from 238 to 84. getting to the san mateo that was tough along 880. slow to 101.
reports of debris it looks like right at the midspan there. so bridge crews went out trying to christopher that. but we are in the red for your travel time. it's 33 minutes heading to 101. that looks okay. this is right through san mateo right near hillsdale boulevard and drive times are in the green up to sfo. we are tracking delays for drivers heading along 237 westbound from 880 to 101. that's getting all jammed up. we have a new crash this is along 680 right as you approach calaveras roadblocking one lane. neda has the forecast. i wouldn't say this is necessarily the calm before the storm but this is the glow before the storm. that's a beautiful sunrise from mount vaca. we had clear skies and now not so much. look at the gray start to the day across the bay bridge right now. so yes, you can see that's a sign of what's to come.
moisture showing up north of ukiah so it's still well to the north of the bay area. about 100 miles away from us. but it will slowly work its way down. we'll start to see very light drizzle then 6:00, 7:00 will get stronger showers activity through 6 a.m. high temperatures today in the 50s cooler than yesterday. we'll see low snow levels. look what's going on near the gulf of alaska. this storm is picking up a lot of moisture as it makes its way to land. it will reach us here soon, by tonight, tomorrow will be the bulk of it. by friday we'll see continued rain and snow.
18 inches as well and look at squaw valley sitting pretty at 18. so they were happy with that. a few inches is great for the ski resorts. here's what's on the way. we are talking several feet of snow coming to the ski resorts and look the snow levels will be dropping very low down across the sierra foothills as low as 2,000 feet which means our bay area hills could get some low elevation snowfall, as well. but this is pretty impressive when you see things like 55 inches popping up here on the futurecast southlake could get 34 inches and that's why this winter storm warning takes effect starting 4 p.m. today for the sierra foothills and we could see one to two feet along the foothills. grass valley, placerville is expected that low. the ski resorts 3 to 5 feet even at the passengers. windy conditions. 65-mile-per-hour wind gusts for the mountains and then for us, we'll have a wind advisory starting 2 a.m. through noon tomorrow because of our winds picking up to 45- mile-per-hour gusts. this is including san francisco, all of the bay area
cities surrounding us south bay east bay north bay everyone will be impact by the higher winds so time to secure that patio furniture, bring it inside if you can or tie it down. it will be rainy and windy. we can expect to see blowing tree branches and power lines and debris because of the showers and the winds. now one to three inches of rain are expected, possibly up to 5 inches for some locations, sierra snow up to 7 feet. it will be over by saturday afternoon, saturday night. then sunday, monday, tuesday high pressure returns. that's your forecast. a new study says climate change will have a major effect on agriculture in california. the report published says the state's climate will no longer be able to support major crops by the end of the decade. researchers studied past and current torrentes in the trends in the state's climate. immigration made dozens of arrests in northern california.
in the last several days immigration agents arrested 150 people across northern california... in what they're callingoperation "keep safe"... ice says it about half of the 150 arrested have criminal records, including convic i'm jessica flores live in oakland where mayor libby schaaf is defending her decision to go to the public and warn them about possible immigration raids, those raids now confirmed by i.c.e. it's called operation keep safe. agents arrested about 150 people across northern california. i.c.e. says it's about half of those arrested have criminal records including assault and dui convictions. now, mayor schaaf says sources told her the operation was coming and over the weekend, she wanted to tell people to be prepared and to know their rights. i.c.e. deputy director thomas homan says agents are still looking
for about 864 illegal immigrants and he is calling out the mayor saying: >> reporter: now, san francisco's mayor mark farrell is also defending his city status as a sanctuary city saying they will remain a sanctuary city even in the wake of these raids. a big protest is planned in san francisco in front of i.c.e.'s northern california headquarters at noon. reporting live here in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. three minutes now before 7:00. and time for your "final 5." this morning, students from marjory stoneman douglas high school head back to classes two weeks after a gunman killed 17 students and school staff. the extra security and grief counselors will be on campus.
the freshman building where the shooting happened will remain closed today. the security clearance for jared kushner has been downgraded. he will no longer have access to the president's daily briefing. he is part of a group of roughly three dozen people whose access was downgraded following new tighter security standards. this afternoon the family of a man shot and killed by san francisco police officers will hold a news conference. luis "gongora pat" was shot and killed in april 2016. new details on the massive fire that tore through a metal recycling facility in richmond last month. the cause may never be known. the fire was january 30th. a san francisco supervisor is demanding answers over nonworking fire call boxes. out of the 2,000 call boxes in san francisco, dozens are out of service. the board of supervisors is expected to discuss the problem today. it's a slow crawl on
westbound 580 from marina bay parkway to the richmond/san rafael bridge. eastbound of a two-car crash on midspan so expect delays. eastshore freeway slow 27 minutes. bay bridge toll plaza in the red into san francisco. here's your sunrise and it's cool out there this morning. we had clear conditions overnight dropping temperatures down to 29 in livermore, 30 for santa rosa. satellite-radar showing at the very top of your screen that's the first bit of rain that's expected to reach us here by this afternoon. but overnight tonight, early tomorrow morning, we are going to get dumped on by now until saturday morning one to three inches of rain for the bay area. five inches possible for some of the mountain ranges. >> oh, boy. >> and snow. >> going to be a tough commute. >> busy. >> we have been warned. we'll be busy here tomorrow so start your day with us. we're glad you started your wednesday here. >> look at that. embarcadero the bow and arrow. >> yeah. the calm before the storm.
"cbs this morning" is next. ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it's wednesday, february 28th, 2018. welcome to "cbs this morning." survivors of the massacre at stoneman douglas high school return to class this morning. grieve counselors and tighter security measures are in place. we have new information about the gunman's plan. we'll talk with a student who says a teacher saved her life. senior white house adviser jared kushner loses his top secret clearance. several officials tell "cbs this morning" they worry about foreign officials trying to trick the president's son-in-law. a new report claims north korea has been sending supplies to syria that could help make chemical weapons. seth doane is the only network correspondent in damascus