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system for the case, and apple has still not announced an official release date. a predawn fbi raid at the home of a confidant for president trump. details on the arrest of roger stone and how the white house is responding. i'm at the oakland international airport, and several groups will come together to offer free meals to the tsa workers who have not gotten a paycheck since the partial government shutdown began. a live report coming up. good morning on this friday, january 25th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. talking about how cold it is here, but not near as cold as in other places. steve paulson will be in front of the camera any minute now. >> i'm right here. been here for 5 minutes. >> there you go. >> dave, thank you. it's brutally cold in the
midwest, only going to get colder next week. for us, 30s, 40s, 50s, and fog out there, and 5 below in chicago. milwaukee 7. international falls, warming up 32, and now 37. i did a double check. open airport is at 10, warmer than livermore and 12 warmer than santa rosa. 40s to 53 at half-moon bay, and also a 55 at the half-moon bay airport. why is that? a northeast breeze, offshore wind at 20, 21 miles an hour, and the coast, down to santa cruz today, upper 60s, near 70, probably gillroy as well. the city was 66, 67, and santa rosa, and also downtown oakland yesterday, and patchy fog, concurred napa and santa rosa, reporting fog, and once it lifts, sunshine and warm temperatures. 30s, 40s, and 50s.
50 in the city, and redwood city is 39. big differences, and look at the fog forming in contra costa county, and up in napa county. watch out for that. visibility could be bad. tomorrow, we will deal with a lot of high clouds, taking us into the weekend, and there's no rain until the next of week. a dry pattern, and temperatures, with sinking air and high pressure aloft, i know it's cold to start off with, but a lot of sun and warming up, mid-60s to lower 60s today. 7:02, and ali is here for sal, and telling us traffic. >> depends where you're driving, as usual. from trey tracy, usually it lightens up by this time, but it's not the case. westbound 205 a hit-and-run crash. slow in both directions of 580 through the altamonte pass. the crash here in the towing stages, and it's slowing things down, and in the south bay,
101, northbound at san antonio, in the clearing stages, and tieing things up, 101 near san jose. the san mateo bridge, very different now from an hour ago, and now you can see traffic moving below the limit, and a little slow going making your way to the peninsula. it's 7:03, back to the desk. new this morning, roger stone, the close associate of president trump has been arrested in florida by the fbi. that's according to robert mueller's office saying stone is facing charges including witness tampering, obstruction, and false statements, and stone is scheduled to make a court appearance later today. he has been under scrutiny for months, but imlas he's innocent. -- but claims he's innocent. the white house says it has nothing to do with the president. this is day 35 of the government shutdown, and there may be a tiny sign it may end
soon. talk of a possible compromise spreading across capitol hill, through it really happen? doug luzader has the latest. >> reporter: there's not a deal, and we may be far away, but there's at least talks. as the sun comes up over the capitol this morning, could the new day bring with it a whiff of optimism? maybe. if nothing else, republican senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell is at least talking to his democratic counterpart, chuck schumer, and the president said he is open to a deal. >> if they come to a reasonable agreement, i would support it. >> reporter: he would be open he says to a temporary deal to open the government in exchange for a down payment for border wall construction, something that would fall well short of the $5.7 billion he ultimately wants, but house speaker nancy pelosi, under intense pressure from her left, really
supporting that? >> that's not a reasonable agreement between the senators. >> reporter: all of this came after the senate tried to pass two bills to reopen the government. the republican one failed to reach the needed 60 votes, and so did the democratic one, and that may help clear the air politically, but today many federal employees will miss their second paychecks, and anger is growing. >> how ludicrous it is that this government is shut down over a promise that the president of the united states couldn't keep. >> reporter: many republicans say it's useless to send the president a bill that doesn't give him at least something for a wall. >> you can try to teach a goat how to climb a tree, but you're better off hiring a squirrel in the first place. it's been weeks since tsa workers have gotten a paycheck, and people are coming together to offer help. >> reporter: good morning. several organizations will meet here at the oakland international airport to offer a little bit of relief for the
workers, and what we know is going to happen today, they will get a free hot meal, and also, some groceries. so, here's the schedule. at 9:00 a.m., a food truck will be stationed by the tsa break room, offering those free meals, and it was organized by the rapid relief team, an organization that launched a national campaign and plans to provide meals for thousands of tsa workers across the country, and then at 11:00 a.m., the alameda community county food bank will give out bags of groceries, and the noon, the alameda labor union will have a press conference here speaking in support of the workers. we were just inside, and we saw it sa -- tsa officials were still helping people, greeting them, and i asked people how they feel about this. >> i'm thankful they are still here, but i definitely feel for them, not getting their paychecks, and that makes a big difference. i think they are serving us by being here, not getting paid, and it makes a big difference,
you know, but i do feel for them. >> you know, that's kind of an unfortunate thing relying on the government for your, i don't know, your pay and pension, and i think there could be something to be said about a little bit of self- reliance or planning ahead, but these people are caught in the middle of this, and they didn't ask for this. i do have a certain degree of sympathy for them. >> reporter: travelers i talked to also said they got here a lot earlier than usual in case of delays or holdups in lines, and there's been a lot more tsa workers calling in sick because of the shutdown for financial reasons, and live in oakland, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. alaska airlines says service to a seattle air airport from the bay area has been delayed because of the shutdown. flights have been put off for 3 weeks. they are pushed back until at least march. the passenger service to
everett has been delayed because the airport doesn't have the right faa certifications yet. passengers have been rebooked on flights to the main seattle airport. the people who lost everything in the tubs fire in 2017 are reacting now to the new cal fire report that says pg&e is not at fault for that fire. cal fire said it was caused bay private electrical system at a home owned by a 91-year-old woman 3 miles north of calastoga. the unidentified woman was at her other home in rirsstarted. cal fire said she did not break any laws. 22 people died in the tubs fire, and 57 square miles burned. survivors now worry about what the new report means for any possible legal settlements. >> i would hope i get some compensation, but i don't know. i didn't do the investigation. >> reporter: were you able to
rebuild? >> i don't know that yet. >> the cal fire investigation took 15 months to complete. cal fire's report could complicate the lawsuits filed against pg&e and the company's plans to file for bankruptcy. lawyers representing the survivors of the tubs fire said pg&e is reliable because they did not turn off the power despite the dangerous wind conditions, and they will move forward with the lawsuits against pg&e despite the report from cal fire. they can certainly not immunize themselves saying it was a senior citizen living on a farm on a hill who is responsible for this. they decided to keep pumping power through the lines knowing there was going to be a spark some place. >> reporter: pg&e announced last week they will file for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. there's no indication their plans have changed. pg&e said they are facing major challenges for potential liability for other destructive
wild fires. in a statement they said quote, resolving the legal liabilities and financial challenges will be enormously complex and will require us to address multiple stake holder interests. it's 7:10. a new executive order from the san francisco mayor to improve san francisco's ability to handle a big earthquake. the city agencies have been ordered to create an emergency plan to minimize the impact of a big quake, and the mayor wants detailed quake recovery plans, and the u.s. geological survey estimates san francisco has a 72% chance of a magnitude 6.7 quake by the year 2043. fremont police have made an arrest at an east bay cold case murder, more than 28 years after it happened, and how investigators traced the suspect to a pizza restaurant in arizona. homelessness is not just a problem for big cities. we will tell you how contra costa county is trying new approaches to get new people into houses.
it's 7:13. new this morning a hawaiian airlines flight was diverted to sfo last night, late at night after a flight attendant suffered a fatal medical incident. the mon lieu lieu star advertiser says the flight was headed to new york, but something happened over the pacific ocean, prompting the emergency landing. identified as a man with 30 years of service, and the flight continued from sfo to new york shortly before midnight. it's 7:13, and in the bay area, we are looking at homelessness and how it's plaguing the suburbs, outside of the big cities like san francisco and oakland. 6400 people are homeless
every night in contra costa county alone. the number is up over the last 9 years, but there's some hope it will be brought down dramatically. frank has an innovative solution to one of the state's biggest problems. >> reporter: we know it's a big problem, especially in oakland and san francisco, but the suburbs as well. putting a roof over someone's head is a start, and it wouldn't solve the homeless issue, taking time and resources. one nonprofit might just have the perfect model. >> reporter: tucked away in the city of pleasant hill since the garden parks apartments, to the naked eye, they may seem ordinary, but inside, something remarkable is happening. >> garden parks department is the gold standard for how to end homelessness for highly vulnerable individuals. >> reporter: the inner faith housing turned the apartment into permanent housing for families who face chronic
homelessness and disabilities. 28-year-old mother of two, lori goss who has multiple sclerosis. >> honestly, there's no words to really describe how grateful i am. there are even tears coming to my eyes right now. >> reporter: it's lori's first home ever, but along with the subsidized housing comes so much more. in the squad, a community hall where five full-time staffers work, including mental health professionals. >> what do you know? >> reporter: and a youth enrichment coordinator. if life questions or conflict arises, they are there to help. teen clubs, tutoring, and reading time. the supported services are paramount to lifting up the next generation to end homelessness. >> we have families who have a tremendous trauma history, and need, and maybe in the moment kind of distressed about something that can be resolved
if you have somebody who understands how people respond to trauma. >> i have the chance to focus on school, you know, and who they are trying to become, rather than like where am i going to sleep tonight? what am i going to eat tomorrow? when am i going to -- like, those are not any of my concerns anymore. >> reporter: creating community within has become a huge self- esteem building in gpa. 96% of those who have left the garden parks apartments have become self-sufficient. it's a long-term approach to the problem that is plaging the bay area, but it requires patience and funding. >> we have the model, and the next task is to take it to scale. it's not that hard. we know how to do it, and there's a huge need in the community, and we can continue to build more garden parks, and to serve more families, and turn things around for the whole community. >> it means a lot, and more importantly it means a lot that my kids won't have to go
through what i went through as a child. that's not gonna happen. and a footnote to lori. she lost custody to her oldest daughter because of her housing and medical issues, but after a year and a half at garden parks, the courts agreed she has a stable lifestyle, and her 6-year-old is coming home this week. a couple of numbers standing out, after 10,000 caseworker hours at gpa, 87% of the residents saw an increase in annual income, and 100% of the kids participating in the afterschool programs not only improved academically but graduated to the next grade. that's a start. it's working. >> and how long can they stay there? >> they can stay as long as they want, but generally there's about a 15% to 20% turnover rate. 3 or 4 apartments open up as they become self-sufficient, and then new families can move in. >> they are making a difference
for generations, as you saw there. her little girl, a stable home means everything. >> yeah. >> well, yeah, they are kind of putting an end to the big generation thing year after year. >> by the way the contra costa interfaith housing gala, the ruby slippers, yes, no place like home. i will be there emceeing. we will help the families in need. if you would like tickets or information, the link on the website ktvu.com. >> great story. >> excellent, thank you, frank. our time is 7:18. we will get you out the door. allie rasmus is watching the commute. what's the latest happening out there, allie? >> we will tell you about the crash in marin county. usually it's fairly quiet, and we don't have problems there too often, but there's one this morning. this is marin county, rowland boulevard, ramp to southbound 101. that's in san rafael.
two vehicle crash, and one car is partially blocking the lane. be aware of that the east bay, focusing on the tracy commute, and it's been a bear all morning long. westbound 205 to 580, crash in the clearing stages, and a new crash came up on the map. westbound 580, east of springtown, and two vehicles there in the center divide. the commute on highway 24 through lafayette, it's lightening up a bit, as the sunrises here through the tunnel and the bay bridge toll plaza, pretty much the same it's been for the last hour, 90 minutes or so, and a 15-minute delay to get on the span. it's 7:19, and i will send it over to steve. is that fog? >> yes, it was fog. there's fog in the east bay and also in the north bay, and some of the fog has come back, usually around sunrise is when it pops up, but concord and napa, santa rosa, all reporting fog, and i know there may be some where you are. near the coast, not the case. look who decided to show up.
our good friend cassie jean. i guess half-moon bay, the warm spot. a beautiful day on tap. i will say. 50 to 51. the half-moon bay airport, 55 degrees. northeast breeze, and you can find 30s, not too far away, and also 40s, and there's the northeast breeze to 21, covered up by the 720. , and a little northeast at hayward, sending them up to 68 degrees yesterday, and 35 for santa rosa, and also the napa airport, and 37 for livermore, and also the oakland airport, and as you know, for the first three weeks of january, pretty good rain, better snow, but good rain. in a dry pattern, and midwinter dry spells are very, very common. i have had people say oh my gosh, we are done. no, we are not. originally the global models, looking out 7-10 days, and around february 2nd, guess
what? overnight, speeding that up, and they are showing something around the 30 or 31st. my guess, there's such a deep, cold system for the great lakes, and i mean really deep and cold, that's an anchor for next wednesday, and once it lifts out, i think we will get back into rain. n o r a in to the 29th. the forecast models speeding things up, and it will not be this weekend. above average on the temperatures, and 68 in gilroy. patchy fog, and chilly to cold, and sunny to warm for many. along the coast, upper 60s, near 70. 50, 47, and 39, 39 in fremont, and that fog is starting to thicken up. seeing the east bay and the north bay, and watch out. the visibility can be bad. lifting 9:00 or 10:00,
retreating, and high pressure will burn it off, and 10 in truckee, and 41 in monterey. they will be upper 60s as well. high clouds working their way in over the weekend, and maybe, now, again, the forecast models didn't have anything. high clouds, that's it, and above average on the high temperatures, and that's the only fly in the ointment. watch what happens. that's next wednesday morning, probably way too quick, and look what happens there. more rain. next thursday night and friday. that's a maybe. i mean, more on the first or second of february. 60s on the temperatures here. mild to warm for everybody. over to the coast, near 70 for some, including gilroy. a new idea could put cash into your pocket while you drive to work. where bay area commuters could earn up to $100 as long as they don't mine sharing. a possible new tool for one of san francisco's most popular
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the weekends. if approved, it could be put into place as soon as summer of 2020. coming up, the big break for detectives in an east bay murder case that is nearly 30 years old. how detective work and dna broke the case. a confidant of president trump has been arrested. the ties to the russia investigation. we have new information to tell you about with a crash northbound at 880 on 68th avenue. we will have the full bay area commute coming up. and the full bay area weather has warm conditions for some, a little cold this morning with fog, ending up to be a nice day with above average temperatures. what about the weekend, we will take a look, coming up.
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breaking news here, the faa has halted flights coming into new york's laguardia airport due to a shortage of traffic control staff. the shortage is due to the ongoing partial government shutdown. laguardia, of course, one of the nation's busiest transportation hubs, and we have seen flight at other east coast airports new afternoon newark liberty, and philadelphia international are also delayed today. at laguardia, we know some arriving flights are being delayed as well. clearly the ongoing federal shutdown is now in its 35th day, and the ripple effect continues, and we are going to follow this breaking news story for you throughout the morning here and online as well. >> that's major. a lot of travelers in the bay area, it will affect them. friday morning, january 25th. i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. let's talk about what is happening. weatherwise, it's nice. >> warm here, must be wet
somewhere else. frigid cold. that will be the case between now and next thursday for the midwest and much of the country. chicago, windchill is 17 below. international falls, warming up. they were at 37 below, and now only 29. >> is that all? >> you can go outside. >> minneapolis, 7, but the critical temperatures, minimums, next wednesday morning, and windchills 30 to 45 below are possible, and cottages back home, clear at 38 in inverness. the high of 64. elephant seals enjoying the warm afternoon at chimney rock. wait a minute. they were at the winery?
the nerve! they better be members. just kidding, shout out to chimney rock up there. 64 for inverness. santa rosa, napa, and livermother with the 30s. allie will tell you about the fog coming up shortly. allie will tell you about the fog. >> hurry up. let me change my camera. >> i wanted to give you the heads up there. >> 68 in gilroy, and you said it's warm, it will be warm. there's a few near 70 for gilroy and most above average on the temperatures. 30s, 40s, and 50s. the city at 50, and half-moon bay at 50, 55, and the fog popping up at sunrise. once it burns off, sunny, warm, for everybody, and higher clouds on the way for the weekend. still dry and still mild with temperatures, but again, not as sunny as today. 60s on the temperatures, mid- 60s. speaking of, here she is looking at her screen, telling us what? >> trying to add the highway 24 lafayette camera to talk about
the fog you mentioned, but we do have a new crash to tell you about. it sounds serious, north of 66, and this is in the san leandro area. there's an ambulance on the way to the scene, and be aware of that also a crash north of there, northbound 880 as well in alameda, and taking a look at the live picture of 880, north of it, second crash, and this is at the oakland coliseum, and you can see a lot of slow traffic making your way north into oakland, and here's the highway 24 camera, and a little bit of fog and haze, settling into the valley there, and the commute has lightened up over the last hour or so, and it's not too bad of a drive, making your way to the tunnel. 280 in san jose, both directions looking good, and the bay bridge toll plaza, looking busy. 20 minute delay to the span. it's 7:33. back to the desk. it's day 35 of the government shutdown, and 800,000 federal employees will miss their second paycheck today. about half of those employees are considered essential, and it means they are working without being paid, and yesterday, the senate voted down competing democratic and republican plans for ending the
shutdown, and president trump told reporters he would support a reasonable agreement, and he also suggested he wanted a prorated down payment to build his border wall with mexico, but he gave no details. nancy pelosi briefly spoke about this walking through the u.s. capitol last night. >> that is not a reasonable agreement between the senators. >> reporter: do you know what he is talking about? what size down payment? >> i don't know if he knows what he's talking about, do you? >> prorated? >> i don't know what that means. >> house democrats are preparing a new border security
package that may be revealed today. the democratic package was expected to include $5.7 billion, the same amount president trump wants to build his wall, but it would be used, instead for fencing, technology, personnel, and other security measures. the city of san jose is moving forward with the plan to offer short-term loans to federal workers. the city council approving the arrangement with technology credit union to hand out interest free loans to 500 employees including air traffic controllers and tsa workers. the city is making $10 million availability from the general fund. i misspoke, not federal loans, clearly. they will be expected to pay back the loan once the shutdown ends. the san mateo transit district is offering free bus and train fare during the shutdown. they just need to show their government id, and they can ride for free. the free rides will remain in place for the duration of the shutdown. it's 7:35. new this morning a close political association of president trump, roger stone, is in custody after he was arrested early today by the fbi at his home in fort lauderdale. frank has what happened just hours ago. >> reporter: many believe it was stone who talked donald trump into running for president. they are long time friends and
associates, and this morning stone is being held on numerous charges connectioned to the -- connected to the robert mueller investigation. the indictment does not accuse him of coordinating with the russian government for election interference in 2016. it's a key matter under investigation for the muller probe. it does lay out in detail stone's conversations about stolen democratic e-mails posted by wikileaks weeks before the elections. stone's florida home was surrounded by fbi agents hours ago, arrested without incident, and stone will make a court appearance later today, and he has been under scrutiny for months now, but he has maintained his innocence. sarah sanders spoke to reporters just a short time ago, and let's have a listen to that. >> look, i'm not an attorney. i have not read the document, i'm not going to get into things that i don't know. what i do know, it has nothing
to do with the president, nothing to do with the white house, and beyond that, i'm not going to get into back and forth. >> reporter: have you spoke to the president about roger stone. >> i have spoke to the president a number of times. >> reporter: today? >> i have spoken with the president. >> and the president has not made any comments concerning stone's arrest just yet. stone is the sixth trump aide charged in the russia probe. 7:37, happening today a new program is starting by the trump administration, one that will force some people seeking asylum to wait in mexico while their cases make their way to the court in the united states. the administration says it will kick off in california just south of san diego. it marks what could be one of the biggest changes to the u.s. immigration system in years. it's expected to face legal challenges. california's senator harris is bringing her presidential
campaign to the bay area this weekend, holding a rally in oakland. she's expected to tell people why she is running for president, and give her vision for the country. the rally will begin at 12:45. it's now 7:38. happening today, volunteers in sonoma county will be out counting the number of homeless people. counties count the homeless population in order to qualify for certain federal grants. volunteers are gathering and spreading out across the county. last year 3,000 people were counted in the county. a man has been arrested in a cold case. russell gerarro was accused of killing upton. he was a manager at safeway, and he did not show up for work. he was found beaten in his
apartment. detectives used a family tree side to narrow down on the dna. fremont police captured his dna from a fork and napkin he just used. >> if you think of technology, and dna, and evidence processing, and you will see a lot more with the labs trying different techniques, and it's what will be the forefront of solving the cold cases. >> he is in the maricopa county jail in arizona, awaiting extradition to the bay area. we are learning more about the case of a brutal beating of an 88-year-old woman. what happened when the teenager who has been arrested appeared in court. we will give you the latest on the victim's condition this morning. facebook's ceo is speaking out. how mark zuckerberg is trying to restore trust in facebook through a new oped. we continue to follow a couple of crashes on northbound
880, through sanleandro. the san mateo bridge was stuck for a minute, but now it's inching along because of the crash on the other side of the peninsula. for us, a beautiful day. the weekend, high clouds, but temperatures above average, and that's not the case for many in the great lakes, and that's where the action is going to be as far as temperatures for the next week. wednesday morning, next week, looking to be the coldest. when you shop with us, you know how to score.
126-118. homecoming for kevin durant who grew up right outside of washington. stephen curry leading the team with 38 points. they will play the celtics tomorrow night. the warriors are sending two players to the all star game for the fourth time in 5 years. durant and curry were named starters for the game in charlotte, north carolina. it marks durant's 10th all star game selection. gasia, the warriors were honored at oakland city hall, but not the reigning nba champions. >> reporter: you guys are number one in the state of california. >> whooo! >> come on! >> can you believe that? the warriors of clemons high school were honored for winning their third straight state football championship last month, and the city hall ceremony has become like a tradition for this school in west oakland. they only have about 300 students, and they won the state section 4 championship by beating a southern california
school that has 2500 students. the nhl all star game is tomorrow night in san jose, and there's plenty to do today. >> yeah! >> the official fan festival opening up yesterday, and the convention center has been transformed into a hockey fan's dream with a hockey rink for young fans, and in addition to the games, fans can get an up close look and take pictures with the stanley cup trophy. >> it's amazing, up close, how detailed and beautiful it is, especially how old it is. it's a dream come true for me. >> because of the government shutdown, federal employees are being offered free tickets to fanfair, and doors open at 5:00 tonight, and saturday and sunday, the doors open at 10:00 a.m. an early morning bus line is expected to be approved to replace some bart service.
bart is pushing back the weekday start time from 4:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. to give crews more time for the overnight maintenance in the transbay. if it's approved, the golden gate bus would serve the area at 4:00 a.m., in addition to ac transit, muni and other agencies. bart says about 2900 riders will be affected by the start time changes, and the new bart schedule, by the way, taking effect february 11th. happening today, drivers are expected to get the green light to inspect what is underneath the golden gate bridge, divers, not drivers, they stay on the road. the district is prepared for a $262,000 contract today, one call for inspections of the concrete base and foundation. the national highway system requires an underwater inspection every 5 years. if the contract is approved, divers could be in the water by march. >> all right. up 45, and allie rasmus is
right over there watching the commute. >> reporter: good morning. we don't want any drivers in the water this morning. plenty of drivers on the road, and there's crashes to tell you about, unfortunately. the commute is picking up. southbound 101 off the san mateo bridge, there's a crash with the vehicles moved to the side, and it's really tied things up on the san mateo bridge, backing up to the east bay. south of there, there's a new crash to tell you about in the south bay, and let me find the information, and it's northbound 101, and it's in the palo alto area, and then skipping up, north of there, the earlier crash we told you about, northbound 880, north of 66th, and it's been cleared out of the way, and, no more lanes are blocked, but it has led to a lingering backup in the area, and here's the look at the san mateo bridge with the crash on the other side of the peninsula, slowing things down there, and highway 24 in lafayette, getting busy, and there's news of the westbound tunnel road, exiting the area, and debris in the roadway.
a box and some metal debris, and something to be aware of if you're driving through there this morning. it's 7:46. i will send it over to steve. thank you, looking better in lafayette. >> it's more clear. >> exactly. >> a better look at the crowded roadway. >> there you are. we had fog half an hour ago, and there's still fog out there. thank you, allie. areas of fog, but it will be sunny and warm once we get through that. all of the attention in the midwest, and woodchuck. good old woodchuck there. i have never experienced the extremes. i can't take anything past 85. >> i don't like 85 wearing a suit, but shorts, i'm all right. coldest, 20, not sure i could handle anything like that. woodchuck, sending you to international falls next wednesday. it's only 26 below, and a lot of people from here are going, i remember that. i remember that. >> oh, yeah. >> now this is true for those of you who used to go to school, maybe, i remember in detroit, my hair would freeze?
>> are you serious? >> between gym class and stuff, you have ice in your hair. that's how cold it was. this is going to be tuesday night, wednesday night, thursday. the coldest pool of air will be plunging into there next wednesday morning, and there's projections for 28 to 38 below, probably overdone, but really, really cold with windchills 35 below next week. santa rosa, napa, reporting fog, and livermore, 37. 37 in oakland. this month has been really good for rain until 7 days ago, and we got the dry pattern, and it looked like it wanted to hold until february, and now the forecast models are hinting maybe late next week. middle of next week, something may develop, but my guess is no. now, three of them showed that, and you have to take a look at it. with such a deep system dropping into the country next wednesday, that has to go through before things break out here, and it's positive to see that. midwinter dry spells can sometimes last a long time out here, as you know. through the 29th and 30th,
remaining dry, and temperatures above average here. patchy fog back in the picture, big time. sunny and warm. upper 60s to near 70 for santa cruz, and also over to gilroy. 30s, 40s, 50s. fog for some areas as well. marin county, 35. 35 in windsor. you can see the fog for eastern contra costa county to the valley. tough to budge at times, but locally, if you're headed out to the valley, watch out for the thick fog as well later in the day. high clouds on the way, but not before we get a lot of sunshine today. they will start to work their way in saturday into sunday, and the next 6 days, looking okay, but the models we talked about, you can see the higher clouds. they are not be cold out, but higher clouds and temperatures, and middle of next week, that's quick. next wednesday, and lock - -
look at thursday night. hopefully that's right. mid- to upper 60s. the temperatures favoring the coast and the santa clara valley. the weekend, dry, temperatures, even the lows, coming up with the clouds and the highs as well. >> steve, thank you. it's 7:50, and facebook's ceo is speaking out. how mark zuckerberg is trying to restore trust in facebook through a new oped he wrote. frank will be back, no worries. good morning to you. in the next hour, the nba champs adding one more celebration to the list. the warriors took a moment to get much deserved recognition just one year after the president rescinded the offer to visit the white house. we want to honor east oakland. also the oakland a's president is live in studio to talk about the old coliseum, the new baseball site, and fan fest this weekend. that's back after the break.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 7:53, and an iranian american tv anchor wants answers from the justice department after she was in jail for 10 days. she planned to take part in a rally today, protesting the material witness statute, and she is an american citizen, in the u.s., working on a documentary, when federal agents took her into custody at the airport in st. louis. >> i went up to the desk, and they said, yes, you have been
selected for preboarding, and we turned the corner, and people identifying themselves as fbi said i was under arrest. >> she was being held as a material witness before a grand jury, but she's not allowed to say what trial. they can be detained without charge. the justice department said it would be tough to get a witness to testify otherwise. it's 7:54, and facebook's ceo, mark zuckerberg wants regulations for how data is used on the internet, saying it would be good for everybody. he wrote an op-ed saying facebook does not sell people's data and only sells targeted advertising, which basically optimizes ads based on the user's interest and clicking habits. zuckerberg also said that as facebook turns 15 next month it needs to be clear about how it
is using information and also give people choices about the way the information is used. it's 7:55, and time now for this morning's dollars and cents, and intel is taking a big hit on the nasdaq. we just checked, and right now intel shares are down 7%, after the close of trading last night, the santa clara based company reported 4th quarter sales did not meet expectations, and intel made $18.7 billion, and its revenue forecast was $19.1 billion. the ceos of the six biggest bank in the u.s. are expected to testify before congress in the springtime. the wall street journal says the ceo of jpmorgan, citigroup, bank of america, goldman sachs, morgan stanley, and wells fargo will answer questions from the house services financial committee. the report says it could happen as early as march.
congresswoman waters, the new chairwoman of the finance committee is promising tougher oversight of banks. your next pair of earphones could be good for your health. according to a new report apple is launching new airpods. they are rumored to have finance tracking capabilities, giving the users information on more than your heart rate, and so far apple has not announced an official release date. time is 7:56, and a long- time adviser to president trump was arrested this morning, and coming up at 8:00, the charges roger stone is facing in connection with special counsel robert mueller's investigation. how would you feel about missing a second paycheck? that's exactly what federal workers will do today as the partial government shutdown drags on with no end in sight. i'm griff jenkins in washington with details coming up. when you shop with us, you know how to score.
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received one since the government shutdown began, but relief is coming to the oakland international airport, and i will tell you what it is, coming up. good morning, everyone, and welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike milbach. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. >> a lot of sunshine. >> gasia is right, a lot of sunshine, but temperatures above average from yesterday. gilroy, 68 degrees. the caramel valley, 66. i think they will be close today, the northeast breeze along the area. santa rosa, napa, 30s, and 37 for the oakland airport, and a lot of reports of fog in the north and east bay. lifting, and chilly and cold, and sunny and warm, the end result with a couple near 70.
gilroy and santa cruz, it will be close. 33 up in lake port, and cold enough, a lot of 35s. all the way down to dublin, and even pleasanton, and 51, and here's the little northeast breeze, and the coast and bay, very warm. the fog can be slow to burn off. if you're stuck in that, you may be in the upper 50s for some. not above that overall, high pressure giving us sunshine and warm temperatures. tomorrow into the weekend, high clouds, but 60s on the temperatures, mid- to upper for some. allie has been kind of busy, but what about now? things are picking up in the south bay this is southbound 101, just north of mckee road, according to the chp. one lane in the northbound and southbound directions, it's closed because of a collision that happened there, and an ambulance is on the way to the scene. chp doesn't know when it will reopen, but be aware of that. to again, 101 in san jose,
north of mckee road. eastbound 580 at canyon road, large animal cage in the left lane. be aware of that if that's where your commute will take you. and then on city streets. there's a report of a school van and another vehicle in a collision. good news there, no injuries reported. 880 in oakland, slow going in the northbound direction because of earlier crashes, and the backup at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's not terrible, but a 20 minute delay to get on the span. it's 8:02, back to the desk. >> allie, thank you. new this morning, roger stone, a close associate with president trump is in custody after being arrested by the fbi. according to special counsel robert mueller's office, stone is facing several charges including witness tampering, obstruction, and false charges. he's scheduled for a court appearance later today. she's been under scrutiny for months now, but he's always claimed he is innocent. sarah sanders spoke to the
media earlier this morning about stone's arrest and possible ties to the president. >> it doesn't have anything to do with the president. doesn't have anything to do with the white house. one question that i would be interested to see is if these same standards apply, the charges that have been brought are about false testimony, if the same standards will be applied to people who we know have given false testimony in the same matter, like comey and clapper and clinton and others in similar positions. i will be interested to see how it plays out. >> stone is the sixth trump aide charge in the probe. the president has been silent on twitter and has not released a comment. a hawaiian airlines was diverted to sfo last night after a flight attendant suffered a fatal medical incident. they were headed to new york, but something happened over the pacific ocean, prompting the
emergency diversion to sfo. the flight attendant identified as a man with 30 years of service. the flight continuing from sfo to new york just before midnight. we reached out to hawaiian airlines to bring you more information on what happened to the flight attendant. still no end to the partial government shutdown, now in its 35th day. the democrats and republicans at odds with border security with 800,000 workers furloughed and missing a second paycheck today, and yesterday, the senate voted down competing plans. a bipartisan group of senators is pushing a bipartisan deal to fund for 3 weeks while they reach an agreement. >> i'm thinking of constructive ways republicans and democrats can move forward. >> we are trying to get a period to get things done in a productive manner. >> the latest word out of dc, the house democrats preparing a new border security package that might be rolled out just
today. it's expected to include $5.7 billion, the same amount that president trump wants for his wall, but it would be used, instead for fencing, technology, personnel, and other security measures. more on breaking news we continue to follow from the east coast. air traffic is delayed at several east coast airports because of staffing shortages. a live look at what is happening or not happening at new york's laguardia airport. the shortage is due to the ongoing partial government shutdown. thousands of air traffic control employees are working but not getting paid because they are considered essential employees, and right now we know there's long delays in philadelphia, newark, new jersey, and tampa, and laguardia specifically called for a ground stop earlier this morning, although the flights have resumed. our producers in the news room saw at least one flight take off. keep it in mind if you're flying to the east coast this morning. expect long delays. here at home, several organizations are coming together at oakland international airport to offer help to federal workers, and
alyssa harrington is telling us what is happening today at the airport. >> reporter: tsa workers here at the oakland international airport will get a free meal and groceries. several organizations are coming together to make this happen, and at 9:00 a.m., a food truck will be stationed by the tsa break room, offering free hot meals, organized by a group called the rapid relief team, launching a national campaign, planning to provide meals for thousands of workers across the country. 11:00a.m., the alameda county community food bank will give out bags of groceries. at noon, the alameda labor union will hold a press conference, speaking in support of the workers. we were just inside, and we saw tsa officials hard at work, screening people, saying good morning, helping them get through the security lines. travelers said they got to the airport earlier than usual in case of any long lines or delays. >> i just try to plan ahead, trying to make sure i get here in plenty of time to get through security. >> we are here a lot earlier,
just in case the lines are a lot longer or the tsa agents are short on workers, so, yeah, we planned earlier, and we got here a lot earlier than we normally would, and it's just sad. i would like to see the government open again, you know, especially feeling for those workers who are not getting paid, federal workers, tsa, airline and on and on and on. it's a ripple effect. >> reporter: the tsa has seen a rise in employees calling out sick since the shutdown began, and on sunday 10% were out, resulting in long lines and some closed check points. in oakland, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox news. a new service to the seattle area airport from the bay area has been delayed because of the shutdown. flights from san francisco and san jose to emeret twa have been put off for at least 3 weeks. the start of the service has been delayed because they don't
have the right faa certifications, and the airline says passengers have been rebooked on flights to the main seattle airport. happening today, paul manafort will be back in front of a judge, and a federal court will look into the claims by robert mueller's team that say manafort lied to investigators despite the play agreement to cooperated with them. he pled guilty to conspiracy and obstruction of justice, but it was voided in november because of repeated lying by manafort. people who lost everything by the tubs fire in 2017 are reacting to the report from cal fire that says pg&e equipment did not cause the fire. the tubs fire was caused by a private electrical system at a home, just about 3 miles north of calistoga. the property was owned by a 91- year-old woman who was at her other home when the fire started. she did not violate any state laws, and 22 people died in the tubs fire, and 57 square miles
burned. some survivors are now worried about what the report means for any possible settlements. >> i would hope that i would get some compensation, but i don't know. i didn't do the investigation, but -- >> were you able to rebuild? >> i don't know that yet. >> the cal fire investigation took 15 months to complete. >> the cal fire report could complicate the lawsuits filed against pg&e and their bankruptcy plans. lawyers representing the victims of the tubs fire said the company is liable because they did not turn off the power despite the dangerous wind conditions, and they plan to move forward with the lawsuits against pg&e despite the report from cal fire in minutes at 8:30, we will have more from the lawyers representing the fire survivors and what pg&e has to say in response to the report. a big break for detectives in a cold case. dna cracking the case in the
safeway worker who was killed. how contra costa county is trying to get more people into secure housing. we are following crashes on 880 in the east bay, and in the meantime, here's a look at 101 in san jose. traffic is slow going in this part of town. inland, some 30s and fog, near the bay and coast, already 50 degrees. 50 in the city and hayward. for some, warm today, and a nice weekend. there's the 50 in hayward, and 36 up in santa rosa. 39 for san jose.
bay area tech companies are banding together to ease the housing crisis. a partnership with the big tech firms announcing the launch of a $500 million fund to support low and middle-income housing in the bay area. the goal is to build or preserve 500 homes. so far they have raised $260 million. the program will fund projects in san francisco, santa clara, san mateo, alameda, and contra costa counties. we are looking at the homelessness that plagues suburbs. >> 6400 people are homeless every night in contra costa county alone. there's hope on the way. frank is live in the studio with one of the innovative solution at home to really the statewide crisis. >> it takes a lot of time, and
the particular model is working. putting a roof over someone's head is a start, but it won't solve the homeless issue. it takes a lot of time and resources that one nonprofit in the east bay just might have the perfect model. tucked away in the city of pleasant hill sits the garden parks apartment. to the naked eye, they seem ordinary, but inside, something remarkable is happening. >> garden parks apartment is the gold standard for how to end the homelessness for highly vulnerable individuals. >> reporter: 15 years ago they turned the garden parks apartments to permanent housing for families facing chronic homelessness and disabilities. 27 families and 82 people are calling it home, like this mother of two, lori goss, who has multiple sclerosis. >> there's no words to describe how grateful i am.
>> reporter: this is lori's first home ever, but along with the subsidized housing comes so much more. in the quad, a community hall, and five full-time staffers work, including mental health professionals. >> what do you know? >> reporter: and a youth enrichment coordinator. if life questions or conflict arise, they are there to help. teen clubs, tumorring, reading read -- tutoring, reading time, and supportive services helping end homelessness. >> it's critical because things happen at the moment. we have families who have had a tremendous trauma history and need, and maybe in the moment distress about something that can be resolved if you have someone who understands how people respond to trauma. >> she has to focus on school, you know, and who they are trying to become, rather than, like, where am i going to sleep
tonight? what am i going to eat tomorrow? when am i going to -- like those are not any of my concerns anymore. >> reporter: creating community within has become a huge self- esteem builder at gpa. 96% of those who have left the garden parks apartments have become self-sufficient. it's a long-term approach to a problem that is playing the bay area, but it requires patience and funding. >> we have the model, and the next task is to take it to scale, and that's not that hard. we know how to do it, and there's a huge need in the community. we can continue to build more garden parks and to serve more families, and to turn things around for the whole community. >> it means a lot, and more importantly it means a lot that my kids won't have to go through what i went through as a child. that's not going to happen. >> reporter: and that, of course, is the whole idea to kind of end that cycle of homelessness, and a footnote to lori. she lost custody of her oldest
daughter because of her housing and her medical issues a few years back, and after a year and a half at garden parks, the courtses now agreed she has a stable life , and she will be coming back this week. after 8,000 caseworkers hours at gpa, 87% of the residents saw an an increase in their annual income, and 100% of the kids who participated in their afterschool programs improved academically and did graduate to the next grade. >> that would be nice if they could stay there the entire time. is it permanent? they have to move out eventually? >> there's a turnover rate, 27 apartments, three or four open, about 15% turnover rate, and so, those families become self- sufficient, move out, and then new families who need help move in. >> excellent. >> it's a great program.
by the way their gala, called ruby slippers on february 9th. no place like home in deed it will be at the blackhawk auto museum. i will be there to emcee. if you would like tickets or information, there's a link, go to our website at ktvu.com. >> frank, thank you. it's 8:18, let's get you out the door. sal is enjoying the day off, and allie, things looked good for much of the morning. >> just starting to get busy, especially in the south bay and 880. that's what we are focusing on this time around. the south bay, southbound 101, and there was a crash earlier, and now chp issued an alert, and there's one lane in both the northbound and southbound direction, closed, and you can see here, the backup in the southbound direction, and that's actually the northbound direction, extended back to dovehill road. they don't have an estimated time to reopen that. we will continue to keep an eye on it. northbound of there. northbound 880 at high street. a semitruck and another vehicle involved in a crash, moved to the right hand shoulder, and
it's creating a backup. southbound 880 at 5th street, the report of a collision involving an suv there, and another big rig, and blocking the left lane, and so definitely keep an eye on that. an earlier crash northbound 880 at 29, cleared, and it's opened up the northbound direction of 880 past the oakland coliseum. southbound, looking good. highway 4 in bay point, and it's been slow going all morning long, and no specific problems to tell you about. it's 8:19, and i can see sunshine filtering through the fog this morning, steve. fog from concord, and it's lifting, allie, you're right. a little bit being reported. a little fog at the sonoma county airport. it will burn off quick. colder temperatures to the north. our good friend chloe loving clouds. a bit of fog in southern lake county on this first day of spring? what? i mean friday. trying to be funny here. 27 in lake port, and it was
cold, and yesterday the high temperatures, rocketing up for january, gilroy and hayward. many 30s, 40s, and 50s around the bay, and also to san francisco, and that means they are on their way to warm temperatures, and a few gilroy, santa cruz, inking out the 70. berkeley, 54, not far away, you can find concord at 39. sunny vail, 39, and 36 in santa rosa and lake port. there's 30s, 40s, and even down to gilroy, san martine checking in quickly. some of that fog, though, once it will set up in the valley, making for tough conditions, burning off, and if you're stuck in the fog, temperature in the 50s. if you're not, they will be mid-
60s to upper 60s, and the northeast breeze, and a few high clouds no big deal, but more on the way for the weekend. a lot of these drifting over on saturday into sunday, and it's still going to be dry, and we have a mild forecast with above average temperatures, and mid- 60s for some, up ander 60s for -- and upper 60s for others. cold air in the middle of the country. the lows coming up with the clouds and the high temperatures above average into next week. >> steve, got it. thank you. school official facing charges after trying to help a student. >> doing the right thing is good. she didn't do the right thing in the right way. >> why this superintendent is in trouble for trying to help a sick student. why the u.s. state department is bringing some diplomats back home.
. 8:24. new this morning, some american diplomats are headed to airports to leave venezuela after standoffs with the president in venezuela. all nonessential staff has been ordered to leave for safety reasons after the interim president declared himself. the president says he's staying in office. president trump along with canada and several latin american countries recognized the opposition interim president, and madero ordered
the staff to leave. >> we consider all the declarations and actions illegitimate and invalid. the u.s. is -- penn state university. police officers said a gunman opened fire at a bar, inside of a hotel in central pennsylvania around 10:30. they said he killed a man and then broke into a home and killed another man. the man then the gun on himself. the search is underway for a man accused of shooting and killing four people and injuring another authorities are looking for 27-year-old daylan gamble. the shootings were a few blocks apart outside of atlanta. gamble is to be considered armed and very dangerous. now to new information
about a man accused of killing five women at a bank in central florida. wednesday police say the 21- year-old walked in and shot four employees and a customer. minutes after the attack, he called 911 and told dispatchers he killed everyone inside of the bank. he had no criminal record. his exgirlfriend says he had been fascinated with killing for years. according to a 2014 police report, his high school principal called police when he was having dreams of hurting students inside of a classroom. >> he's been threatening this for so long, for some reason, always wanting people to die. i have been scared for years. >> police said the shooting did not appear to be part of a bank robbery, and he had no connection to any of the victims. how the city of san jose is
it's friday. and i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm mike milbach. dave clark, it should be a good weekend for the fans coming in. >> no doubt about it. good point there. thank you, gasia and mike. a little fog to deal with, but other than that, 30s, 40s , and 50s for the area. upper 60s today to almost 70. it was 71 in the caramel
valley. i think gilroy will be close to that today. the fog, holding in check, and the temperatures are cold for some, and by the end of the day, we will have mostly sunny, partly hazy skies, and upper 60s to a few near 70, and 30s and 40s, and 50s already, and i mean, berkeley is in there. san francisco half moon bay, offshore breeze, and the fog out to the valley, and contra costa county, and points to the north, tough and cold here for awhile, and everything is good today. high clouds playing into the weekend, but mild. looking like changes for early february, and until then, above average temperatures. it's 8:30 on a friday, and usually the 8:00 hour, the focus shifts to the silicon valley. yeah, and that's a problem spot right now, and so is the east bay, 880. earlier i was commenting how nice traffic was on 880 throughout the morning, and 7:30 hit, and we saw a bunch of crashes happening here. the most recent, northbound 880 at highstreet.
actually the earlier one, in the clearing stages, and it's good news. still another crash to deal with, southbound 880 at 5th street, a collision with an suv and big rig, and blocking the left lane according to chp, and a new collision, westbound 580 at seminary. two vehicles involved, both on the right hand shoulder, and causing a backup in the westbound direction. the south bay. southbound 101, chp has one lane in both the north and southbound directions closed because of the crash there, and it's in the process of being cleared, and they don't have an estimated time to reopen, and there's a new crash that we are just learning about, northbound 280, just north of saratoga, and things are getting busy as the morning goes on, even though it's late in the morning commute for this kind of trouble. the bridge to the maze, 26 minutes, not too bad, a bump up from 18 minutes, an hour ago, and give yourself extra time. the toll plaza, 20 minutes to get to the span, and even the fast track lanes or excuse me,
the car pool lanes slowing a bit. it's 8:31, back to the desk. top stories this morning, roger stone, a long-time associate of president trump has been released on $250,000 bond. stone arrive at the fort lauderdale courthouse this morning facing charge in the russia investigation, and he was arrested in an early morning raid at in florida home on charges of witness tampering, obstruction, and lying to congress. he's the sixth trump associate charged in special counsel's investigation in efforts to sway the 2016 election. the charges against him do not accuse him of any conspiracy with russia. we find ourselves in day 35 of the government shutdown, and today, 800,000 federal employees will miss their second paycheck, and about half of the employees are considered essential, meaning they are working but not getting paid. yesterday the senate voted down the competing democratic and republican plans for ending the shutdown. at the white house, president
trump suggested he would accept a deal with a prorated down payment to build the border wall with mexico, but gave no details. >> but that is not a reasonable agreement between the senates. >> reporter: do you know what he is talking about? what size down payment he is asking for? >> i don't know if he knows what he is asking for. >> what about prorated? >> i don't know what it means. >> house democrats are preparing a new border security package that may be rolled out today. the democratic package was expected to include $5.7 billion, the same amount president trump wants for his border wall, but instead used for fencing and other issues. the city of san jose is moving forward with plans to offer short-term loans to federal workers. the city council approving an agreement with technology credit union to hand out the interest-free loans to 500 employees including air traffic controllers and tsa workers. the city is making $10 million available out of the general fund, and the employees are
expected to pay back the loans once the shutdown ends. cal fire says that pg&e is not to blame for the deadly tubs fire that devastated santa rosa in 2017. investigators determined the fire was sparked bay private electrical system at a home on bennett lane, north of calastoga. it eventually burned through 57 square miles in napa and sonoma counties. 22 people were killed, and 5600 buildings were destroyed. the report could complicate the lawsuits filed against pg&e and pg&e's plans to file for bankruptcy. how survivors are responding to the report. >> reporter: for victims of the tubbs wild fire, there's cases about the legality of the cases against the utility. >> i reassured all of them it
changes nothing. >> reporter: these attorneys were appointed colead counsels to coordinate the legal cases of several thousand fire victims. >> i really don't think the cal fire report takes anything off the table. >> reporter: they said the point of origin misses the point, and pg&e is still liable because they did not cut off the power despite the dangerous wind conditions. >> they can certainly not immunize themselves saying it was a senior citizen living on a farm on the hill who is responsible for this. they decided to keep pumping power through the lines, knowing there was going to be a spark some place. >> you cannot have a fire without a sparking event. if you have no power, you have no spark. >> reporter: the cal fire report may lessen pg&e's liabilities will but they gave no indication they are abandoning the plans to file for bankruptcy. they said resolving the legal liables and financial
challenges will be enormous. >> they have a big short fall there the insurance coverage, maybe not as big as it was previously, but there's still a short fall there, and they may still need bankruptcy protection to address that. >> reporter: bankruptcy attorney ben young says it will put the filing behind other creditors. the judge could let the state court proceed with victims' cases. and kellyanne says they should do the quick solution and settle. >> they are living in the parking lot of wal-mart, and pg&e should step up, paying the claims. police in fremont made an arrest in a cold case killing using dna matching technology. 53-year-old russell guerrero accused of killing jack upton in 1990. he was a manager at a safeway in fremont and stopped showing up to work one day. officers found him beaten, stabbed, and strangled in his
own apartment. decades later, officers used family trees from a dna company, and they narrowed suspects down, and guerrero was put under surveillance in arizona, and they picked up a fork and napkin he used, getting his dna. >> you think of the evidence processing, and you just see a lot more with the labs trying different techniques, and this is the forefront of solving cases. >> guerrero is awaiting extradition to the bay area. a young man accused of brutally beating an 88-year-old woman is in jail. the 18-year-old was denied bail yesterday, arrested on saturday, following an alleged crime spree, which included robberies, and a carjacking say police. investigators said the dna and surveillance video link him to the attack of the 88-year-old grandmother earlier this month, and prosecutors said she is in critical condition at san
francisco general hospital, and she has facial and skull fractures and a brain injury. santa fe police are searching for a white van involved in a deadly hurricane crash. a woman was killed at east 10th and santa clara streets. surveillance video shows the driver of the white van hitting the woman without slowing down. people passing by called 911, but she was pronounced dead at the scene. >> we know there's going to be damage on the right front corner panel, based on the impact the van had with the victim, and we have no idea who the suspect is, not sure if it's a male or female. >> police said if you have any information about the hit-and- run case, call the santa jose police suspect. the union voting to strike on monday, and the school district is now requesting the state intervene. administrators are apologizing for a note sent out to teachers claiming the teachers who are immigrants who go on strike
will be reported to the immigration authorities. the union said it's intimidating and frustrating, and the district said it was sent in error. m.u.n.i. is pushing back against a survey. researchers at the university of kentucky said bus ridership is falling at 2% a year. m.u.n.i. is disputing the claim saying the overall ridership has increased. m.u.n.i. will roll out new buses and trains and take steps to delay traffic congestion. the b.a.r.t. board of directors are trying to come up with new ways to improve the system. the board highlighted upgrades to escalators and elevators and protective canopies as successes, and new train cars are being delivered, and only 5
6% were satisfied with the services. senator harris will be holding a rally on sunday afternoon at downtown oakland, and she is expected to say why she is running for president and give her vision for the country. the rally on sunday beginning at 12:45. and harris' popularity is spreading across the country. what is being revealed in new york city today. a high schooler who wanted to be an emt got real life experience when he stepped in to help a fellow student. the incredible rescue story coming up next. temperatures above average, probably into the weekend as well. a little bit of fog for some. 30s, 40s, and 50s for the 8:00 hour. ♪ i found a birth control ♪ with no hormones! ♪ no hormones? ♪ no hormones, not an ounce! ♪ with an ingredient
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lawsuit. b.a.r.t. announced it will be adding more night patrols to crack down on fare evaders. last year they said they would hire ten additional inspectors, and they confirmed the new patrols started this week. they lose $25 million every year to people who don't pay their fares, and the inspectors will check to make sure passengers have a valid ticket. if they don't, they will be issued a citation, and b.a.r.t. plans to add patrols on the weekends. they will talk about the issue at the board meeting. a school superintendent in the state of indiana is facing charges for getting medical treatment for a student by using her son's name. casey smitherland determined a student of hers had strep throat symptoms and wanted to get him treatment. according to court documents, she had helped the student before by buying clothes and helping clean his house. she took the teen who doesn't
have health insurance to one clinic where he was turned away, and she brought him to a different facility, checking in him as her son, using her insurance for the service. >> it was her desire to help the young man who was in bad shape, but probably not the best example to set for young people to assume identities and make false statements. >> smitherman said she was worried about his health and realizes her decision now was wrong. she is facing several charges including insurance fraud, but prosecutors said they will likely be expunged from her record. a student is being credited with saving another student's life. 9th grader alia royal was playing basketball when she banged into another girl at full speed. brian canty saw the principal running to the gym, and he started to run, too, and he used the lessons he learned in his emt training to help the
student. >> as soon as the emt department got in, i told them, you know, i gave them the run- down, and we need a bird out there. >> it's a kid going to a school that saved another kid's life, and i think it's really cool that we could share the story with everyone else. >> share it with the world. turns out she was having seizures in the ambulance, and she suffered a severe concussion. she was in the hospital for a week, and now she is smiling and okay. the school district board formally recognized brian on wednesday for his quick response. he says he wants to become an emt and eventually a medivac emergency nurse. the community is sluggish for the commute. >> today, a late start to the height of the commute, and we still have problems that can remain out there, and southbound, 101, at mckee road in the south bay, chp has reopened all lanes in the
northbound direction, however, one of the lane in the southbound direction, it is still closed, and that backup extends beyond, looks like 680 there, and so, be aware of that, and also, northbound, 280, and north of saratoga. it's slow-going in those spots, and you can see it reflected here in the live traffic camera. 280, san jose in the northbound direction, sluggish there, and 880 in oakland, past the coliseum, northbound direction, slow going because of the crashes at 5th street and also high street, and it is also just slow getting to the mccarther maze. a 15-minute delay to the span. it's 8:47, and let's send it over to steve. >> allie, thanks. one more look at the midwest. next tuesday night and wednesday and thursday, there will be some incredibly cold
temperatures. coldest in a long, long time. the last time chicago had back- to-back days where their high was never over 0 was 1996. still 3 below now. international falls making it to 37 below this morning. 1 below in milwaukee, and next wednesday morning it will be the coldest, and we will keep an eye on if going into next week. san francisco, oakland, gilroy, and hayward, 66 to 68 degrees. 30s, 40s, and almost 50. a few 50s, but santa rosa and livermore, hanging on to the 30s. cold for some, but not bad for others. fog, a little more each day showing up here. sunny and warm, the end result. a nice january, more so snowwise, the percent of normal more than rainwise, and we started the dry stretch. the forecast models continuing to hint at change, into the end of next week, and early february, my guest guess would be the 2nd of february, and i
think we will get back into rain. until then, such a deep system anchored in the middle of the country, and i don't think much will budge here. allowing for no rain and mild to normal temperatures. high clouds on the way for the weekend. 30s, 40s, and 50s. already 55 at half moon bay with the northeast breeze. the 40s on the peninsula, upper 40s for the hills, and also look at half moon bay at 55, pacifica at 50, and so is hayward. for some, warming up quick. the fog will be back, and southeastern contra cost a county, burning off, and there's sun. the clouds move together south, and they will drift across for the weekend. looking for a lot of sun, and low to mid-60s, and finding it santa cruz, and gilroy, going 70 today. if the high clouds don't knock it down, you will see it tomorrow. it's dry. enjoy it while you can. it will not be this weekend.
steve, thank you. 8:49, and we are monitoring breaking news. the government shutdown is slowing air travel. we are monitoring all airports where the faa is delaying flights because of staffing shortages. people are refusing to work if they are not getting paid. we have laws against distracted driving, but the new law says drivers are not getting the message, even though fewer people are talking on their phone while they drive.
no green on the radar, but plenty of green be optimism on wall street. stocks are higher this morning. tech companies and consumer focused companies are leading the pack with gains. the dow jones up by almost 1 full percent, gaining 240 points, and the s&p also making a 1% gain. nasdaq, mike, up by 1.25. intel taking a hit this morning. we just checked, and the shares are down more than 6% after the close of trading last night, the santa clara based company reporting the 4th quarter sales failed to meet expectations. intel making $18.7 billion, and the revenue forecast was 19.1 billion. the next pair of earphones could be good for your health. a new report says apple will launch new earpods with fitness tracking capabilities, giving users data on their overall health, not just their heart rate, and it may include a
wireless charging system for the case. joe montana investing in something outside of football. caleva says his venture firm is taking part in a $75 million investment in the company. they have a farm and two marijuana store. montana said he is investing in legal marijuana because he thinks it could help combat the opioid crisis. a new report says more and more drivers are distracted using cell phones on the road. the number of drivers using their cell phones while driving increased by 57%. the report says people talking on their phone behind the wheel is actually going down since 2014, but now more people are using their phones to browse the internet, text, and listen to music while they drive. roger stone arrested overnight in the special counsel's russia investigation from dc to florida, we are breaking down the fbi raid and the charges against president
coke. >> and a coke. >> is coke. >> for the first time in 12 years, we will not see a coke commercial during the super bowl. the ad that celebrates unity will be airing just before the game as part of the pregame show broadcast. coke wants the ad inspired by the 1975 andy warhol print to air before the national anthem. the warriors will spend the
weekend on the road while riding their 9-game winning streak. >> good defense. going off the wing, and a timeout taken. >> the warriors beating the wizards last night, and it was a homecoming game for kevin durant. he scored on the drives to the rim. the warriors are off today, and they will take off the boston celtics tomorrow night, and right now, the warriors are sending two players to the all star game for the fourth time in 5 years. curry and durant named starters yesterday, and it will be durant's tenth all star game selection, and curry's sixth. the warriors were honored at oakland city hall, but not the reigning nba champions. >> you guys are number one in the state of california. >> the warriors of clemons high school were honored for winning their third straight football
championship. it's an annual tradition for the school. they only have about 300 students, and the warriors won the station section 4 championship by defeating schools from southern california with 2500 students. the nhl all star game is tomorrow night in san jose, but there's a lot to do today. the official fan festival opening up yesterday, and the convention center has been transformed into a hockey fan's dream with interactive games and rinks for young fans. fans can also get an up close look and take pictures with the stanley cup trophy. senator harris is a presidential candidate, and now she has her own action figure, being revealed today in new york city. the doll is dressed in business attire, pearls, heels, and a gray suit. it's 6 inches tall. the company that did the kamala harris doll has done one for hillary clinton and one for
robert mueller. it's preorder status, and the kamala harris has a price tag around $20. roger stone arrested overnight in the special counsel investigation. we are breaking down the fbi raid and the charges against president trump's long time confidant. we will be talking about renovating the coliseum site and developing howard terminal into a new water front ballpark. we are taking you to the bay area suburbs where homelessness is a problem, just like in big cities, and see the apartment building where people who were once homeless are rebuilding their lives. welcome to the 9, and love is in the area across the bay area, specifically in the bay area. jacqueline square, i had my senior ball