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like today. good morning on this thursday, february 12th. >> we'll get to those stories in a few minutes. first we want to check in with mike. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. hi, mike. >> let's check out how calm the winds are in the mountains and hills. 14 miles per hour in the foothills. 29 in diablo. that's not out of the ordinary. but look at the temperatures overnight thanks to the lack of winds, up to 25 degrees cooler. want to dress more winter-like this morning. still going to be mild today. temperatures above average, just not record setting like yesterday. sunshine at noon, 59 at the coast. 63 to 64 bay and inland. the mid to upper 630s, still above average at 4:00. enjoy. >> we'll check in on this commute here. we have a rash i'm following involving three cars on the san
mateo bridge blocking one lane right now. no injuries have been reported. westbound 92 before the high rise, you can expect delays. live look at 280. no problems to report. and a beautiful look at the bay bridge. a beautiful ride across. metering lights came on at 5:10. reggie and kumasi? >> thanks. back to our breaking news we're tracking in southern california. this is a live look at a huge fire at an apartment building in tustin, orange county. 60 to 100 units are affected by this fire which is now at 5 alarms. >> crews are trying to make sure that everybody inside the building is accounted for. so far no injuries have been reported. we'll continue to monitor this situation and bring you updates on abc7 news and abc7news.com. all he was trying to do was clean his car. in an instant a couple of men were holding an oakland resident at gun point.
>> the video of the incident is making a lot of us upset, especially the man's neighbors. amy hollyfield has more on this. >> people in that neighborhood are scared. the victim talked to us but he did not want to talk on camera. his uncle agreed to only if we blurred his face. this happened in the diamond neighborhood. the man was vacuuming his car in his own driveway when two men grab him, point a gun to the back of his head, force him to the ground and pat down his body. the victim said he took his phone, gold necklace and a bracelet. his uncle lives in the same building. his camera caught the attack. >> lucky he's okay. i know it's a scary moment for everybody. it can happen to any person around here. >> another neighbor's camera captured this image, that's the white sedan they believe that neighbors say it may be time to add more cameras to the street.
they want thieves to know that the street is covered with cameras ready to capture illegal activity. police tell us they're still investigating. no arrests have been made. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. track the primary election at live desk. this morning, it's official. senator bernie sanders has won in new hampshire with 26% of the votes. he narrowly beat pete buttigieg who got 24%. during his victory speech last night, sanders said this is the beginning of the end for president trump. >> our campaign is not just about beating trump, it is about transforming this country. warren, joe biden and tom steyer finished in the single digits. it's important to keep in mind that the primary race is about winning delegates not just the popular vote. senator sanders got more votes
than iowa and new hampshire, pete buttigieg has two more delegates than senator sanders. the democratic field just got smaller. two candidates just dropped out of the race, bennett and businessman andrew yang. >> you know i am the math guy, and it is clear tonight from the numbers that we are not going to win this race. my goal, when i first started running was to solve the problems thagot donald trump elected. in order to do that, i will support whoever is the democratic nominee. >> nine candidates are still in the running for the democratic presidential nomination. a lab in richmond is set to start their own coronavirus testing starting today. up until now everybody getting tested would have to have the results going to the cdc in atlanta. that process took up to a week. the cdc sent kits to 16 labs nationwide to speed up testing. the one in richmond is actually
the viral disease laboratory. the cdc has confirmed 13 cases of coronavirus here in the u.s. we're getting an inside look at the living situation for people quarantined at travis air force base. >> some friends have asking me what my quarantine looks like. well, a normal room. >> jeffrey ho flew in from wuhan last week and is staying at the westwood inn on the military base. he says there's wifi, a tv, microwave and fridge. people are free to walk around outside of the hotel. if you have questions about coronavirus including symptoms and the best way to protect yourself, we have answers to the top seven on our website, abc7news.com. a san francisco city supervisor wants to create a new department to focus entirely on keeping the streets clean. right now san francisco's department of public works oversees street cleaning. the examiner reports that supervisoratt haney would like voters to decide on a chart erb
amendment in november to create a department of street cleaning and sanitation. this is after the resignation of mohammed nuru who faces public corruption charges. in the east bay, students are taking action saying they want to change what they call a rape culture at berkeley high school. the superintendent says about 1,000 students walked out of class and marched to the district offices yesterday. they were invited to speak to school officials. >> we are here because we feel unsafe, we feel unheard, we are scared. we are all in the hallways trying to survive. the group is upset over the school's handling of the report of an attempted rape at berkeley high. stevens says the district plans to increase resources and support. a school board in the east bay will make a critical vote tonight to rename an elementary school after former first lady
michelle obama. wilson elementary school is being rebuilt. the new campus will open in august. the pta suggested renaming the school after michelle obama. a committee with the west contra costa unified school district recommended the name thing to the full board. another long-time business is closing for good. and links of sitting and depression in some people. what we need to know. and a live look from sutro tower down on the clean air sitting on top of the bay. temperatures slipping today. we'll still be well above average, 62 in san francisco to 70 in santa rosa. temperatures are 5 to 12
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significantly cooler in san francisco today from 44 in 44 in potrero hill. 60s yesterday are gone. 52 in daly city. 55 in san leandro. 39 in santa clara achnd pleasanton. 38 at american canyon. grab that heavier coat. the west wind at the golden gate bridge, that is a shine that the offshore breeze is over and cooler weather will be on the way. still sunny today with a lot of pollen in the area. peninsula, mid to upper 60s from noon to 5:00. in it the east bay valley,
starting off at 43 at 7:00. 60 at 11:00. mid to upper 60s the entire afternoon. we'll have those same temperatures starting at noon in the south bay, mid to upper 60s through 6:00. jobina? >> thank you. good morning. a heads up for anyone that will be taking the san mateo bridge and traveling westbound. a three-car crash. one lane is blocked now. we're seeing a backup there and speeds being impacted. a live look at emeryville, 80 here. lots of headlights making their way towards the maze. metering lights came on at 5:10. moving over to san rafael, 101 nice and clear. san francisco to sfo, it's going to be a nine-minute ride. highway 238 to the maze, 14 minutes. highway 85 to san jose airport, 13 minutes. >> thanks. influencing your eating habits, what you can do on your phone that could have an impact
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welcome back. a candy store in san francisco's west portal neighborhood is closing after nine decades in business. shaws has a for rent sign in the window and almost everything inside is gone. the store was known for a wide variety of gourmet chocolates, popcorn, caramel corn and cotton candy. the highlight was the pez dispenser display in the front window. new at 6:00, too much sitting may trigger depression in teens, that's according to a new study. british researchers had 4,200 adolescents wear fitness trackers for ten hours a day for three days. they discovered that for every extra hour of sedentary behavior, the teens risk of
depression at age 18 rose by 11%. health experts say exercising releases feel-good endorphins. the study appears in the journal "the lancet." this is wild, perhaps one way to eat healthier is to follow more people on social media who live healthy lifestyles. a new study looked into the impact social media has on our eating habits. researchers in the uk surveyed nearly 400 college students about their diets. they also asked participants to guess friends diets based on what they posted online. participants ate slightly more fruits and vegetables than what they thought their friends ate and the same thing happens with junk food. the study found that facebook users consumed an extra portion of unhealthy snacks if they thought their friends also indulge. >> 90% of people in my instagram feed, it's gym selfie shirtless with the caption, ugh, feel so
fat, just ate a burger. so, i don't need more of that negativity in my life. >> is there a slap emoji? >> there should be a slap emoji. side eye emoji. >> i need more positivity in my life. i need my instagram life. >> you need to get rid of those filters on instagram and see what people really look like. >> thank you. >> you don't need it, mike. you're a bute. >> i'm not the one you'll find like that. >> tens across the board. >> out of 100, whoo! >> 6:17 this morning. hi, everybody. 45 degrees down in san jose. we're waking up to a mostly clear sky. a few roaming high clouds like that throughout the day. mostly sunny. not as warm as yesterday. still really comfortable outside. if you don't suffer allergies. cooler tonight, look for more fog, a slight chance of showers
to wake up to sunday morning. highs for today, 64 in oakland and richmond, 68 to san jose. 70 in santa rosa. half moon bay, 61. san francisco at about 62. you can see the fog along the coast tonight, spilling in the north day. tule fog spilling into the east bay, fog down into the south bay. temperatures around 39 at redwood city. 46 for the bay and coast. 37 in santa rosa, 44 in san rafael is our inland neighborhoods including the east bay. saturday, increasing high clouds after a little bit of fog in the morning. the rain, really plentiful up across the northern part of the state. 7:00 in the morning, there's just not a lot over us. a little bit of snow, that white over south lake tahoe and tahoe. by noon we're pretty much done. there's still a bit of wet weather and frozen weather up in the sierra. let's talk about back here at home what to expect. here we are in the morning
hours. we wake up and a couple hundredths of an inch of rain. this is not a soaking rain. temperatures in the upper 50s along the coast, low to mid 60s everywhere else starting tomorrow. jobina? >> thank you, mike. if you're headed out the door towards the bay bridge and traveling westbound into san francisco, a live look here showing you the toll plaza. metering lights came on at 5:10. i have the drive time on the screen, it will take about 36 minutes to get from the toll plaza into san francisco. live look at 880 in oakland, the coliseum there, nice, clear ride. drive times now, san francisco to sfo, 10 minutes. highway 238 to the maze, 14 minutes. highway 85 to the san jose airport, 15-minute ride. also a heads up for anyone that will be traveling on the san mateo bridge right now, a three-car crash westbound 92 before the high rise. one lanes blocked. >> all right. i have a question for ginger after she's done telling us what the real news is. guess what? it's going to be about siba.
>> she got to meet queen siba. >> i know. "good morning america" is coming up. look, there is ginger. >> hi, gingerment. >> do you have thoughts? >> on siba, i got to meet her. i feel like i got this relationship, reggie and kumasi with the dog. i don't know. it's not -- i can't imagine having that type of dog as a real dog. >> thank you. >> but beautiful. the hair is spectacular. can you imagine if she was walking down my neighborhood. i said that to the woman. it's the buffant. the poof here that takes it up to the next level. not even the tush puffs or whatever they're called. [ laughter ] >> we had fun. it's on facebook live you can see it all. we have so much more coming up on "gma." our team live in new hampshire this morning. the results of the democratic primary. bernie sanders with the big win. pete buttigieg and amy klobuchar
behind joe biden in fifth place. our political team will break down the state of the race for you. and behind the scenes of "the connors." changing the show in realtime. it was like choose your own adventure. primary results were coming in and they were changing as they went. we will talk to michael fishman live. and the top dog, we already talked about it, siba, prancing into times square after being crowned the winner at westminster overnight. yes, we can't wait to bring you an interview with her. >> the always funny will ferrell. we probably should have had will ferrell do that interview. >> yeah. >> and issa rae, maybe the both of them best in show type deal. why didn't we think of this? >> ginger is trying to assign herself a new job as if she doesn't have ten things going on at once. >> add one more. >> i like that idea. ginger, we'll see
mik'mike will get it done?'n, ok, let me tell you what the 'it' is. as mayor, i expanded healthcare coverage. as president, i'll build on obamacare because healthcare is a right. i created nearly 500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans
san francisco about 6ed whe 1/3 all because of this area of high pressure sinking down to the south, opening the door for a weak front sunday. where is all of our rain? you can see up across the canadian coast down to vancouver, 30 consecutive days of rain and seven sun shine. san jose will spend more money to reduce deadly traffic accidents on streets. 60 people died in crashes in san jose last year. that matched a 25-year high. last year's victim included 29 pedestrians. last night, san jose city council voted to pump nearly $7 million in their vision zero campaign. the "mercury news" reports that some of that money will go towards urging drivers to obey the speed limit. who can forget the viral song friday. it was released nine years ago. rebecca black was 13 when she uloaded this music video to
youtube. ♪ it's friday, friday >> you probably remember it now or your kids being into it. this morning on "gma," rebecca black is reflecting on the opportunities and the backlash that came with internet fame. she got to work with stars like katy perry and lady gaga, she says she also dealt with bullying online and at school and it effected her mental health. >> having people tell you that you don't belong where you want to be, that you should kill yourself. having to then like reflect on all of that as a teenager is an unbelievable experience. >> black posted on social media this week reflecting on her journey and she says to her teenage self you're not defined by any one choice or thing. time heals and nothing is finite. it's a process that's never too late to begin and so, here we go. >> good for her. pope francis makes a
decision overnight on a mproposl that would have fundamentally changed the catholic church. a group of east bay tenants are pushing an owner to sell them the building. coronavirus fears no more for a family of five after a mother and daughter were quarantined in two weks in southern california following their trip to wuhan, china. the family
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a bay area woman out of coronavirus quarantine in southern california reunited with her husband. >> right here. very happy to see him. >> and counting the hours to see her kids for the first time in six weeks. >> we have the results from the new hampshire primary. i'm trevor ault in manchester, i will tell you who performed well and who did not coming up. frustrated over new rate hikes. a group of east bay tenants makes a bold move. >> let us buy the building so we don't have to struggle with this kind of stuff next year. plus best in show. >> yes! >> the standard poodle takes the top spot at the westminster dog show. why this is the last time you'll see her in competition. >> i'm adopting her. >> you are? okay. >> she no longer can be in the shows. >> breaking news, what will she be doing with her days?
>> prancing. >> the embarcadero. >> see us along the embarcadero. >> chrissy field. >> yes. >> doing photo shoots. >> feet you chicken sandwiches. >> her. >> not you. >> you can have some fake chicken sandwiches. >> can you have a dog that's not vegetarian? >> yes, as long as she's happy. >> okay. good. let's talk about the weather you would have if you were prancing down the embarcadero today. it would be less windy. the flowing hair would not be there like it would be the last couple of days. it's colder this morning. we have 39 to 42, dress warmer. upper 50s along the coast. 63 to 64 at new for the bay and inland bay area neighborhoods. all right. here's jobina. >> thank you, mike. good morning. 6:31 right now. we'll check in on a crash i'm following in oakland involving three cars here. this is northbound 880 before davis. expect one lane to be blocked
there. moving over to the san mateo bridge, that three-car crash i was following earlier, westbound 92 before the high rise is clearing up. speeds down to 22 and 32 miles per hour. live look from san jose, 87 nice and clear this morning. no problems to report there. the golden gate bridge, slightly foggy from vista point to the toll plaza, it will take you eight minutes. >> all right. thanks. senator bernie sanders pulled off a narrow victory in the nation's first primary election. >> he got 26% of the vote last night in snp snnew hampshire. >> pete buttigieg came in second place with 24%. amy klobuchar came in with 20%. trevor, you've been tracking all of this and you're joining us live this morning. >> hey, good morning kumasi and reggie. the candidates spent months here campaigning in new hampshire and then a sizable amount,
surprisingly, of new hampshire voters said they just made up their mind in the past few days here. these results do give us a bit of clarity on the race but it's clear in order to get that democratic nomination, this will be highly contested. [ crowd chanting ] new hampshire voters have spoken. senator bernie sanders wins the first in the nation primary. >> this victory here is the beginning of the end for donald trump. >> reporter: sanders had won new hampshire in 2016 by 22 points but this victory far closer edging out mayor pete buttigieg by only a few thousand votes. >> through a campaign that some said shouldn't be here at all has shown that we are here to stay. >> reporter: rounding out the top tier, senator amy klobuchar riding a late wave of support from her most recent abc debate performance, pushing a message of unity and sensibility. >> donald trump's worst nightmare is that the people in the middle, the people who have had enough of the name-calling and the mud-slinging have someone to vote for in november.
>> reporter: for several candidates the night was underwhelming at best. andrew yang and senator michael bennet have now dropped out while senator elizabeth warren and former vice president joe biden once front-runners nationally both finished with single digit support. still, they're vowing to fight on. >> where i come from that's the opening bell. not the closing bell. >> reporter: the state votes are about more than just seeing who wins, they're about gathering delegates for the nomination. the math behind that can be odd. bernie sanders got the most votes in new hampshire and iowa, yet still mayor pete buttigieg has two more delegates than sanders. trevor ault, abc news. >> iowa and new hampshire are so different from the rest of the country. we'll see what the other states
have in store. thank you very much. at its peak there were 29 major candidates running for the democratic presidential nomination. that is the highest number we've seen. only these nine candidates remain. so far biden, buttigieg, klobuchar, sanders and warren have qualified for next wednesday's debate, that is in las vegas. in new developments in the coronavirus health crisis the number of dead jumped to 1,015 worldwide. most of those people are in china. more than 45,000 people are infected with the disease but health leaders say the pace of the new cases seems to be slowing. the number of coronavirus cases in the u.s. is still at 13. the house committee will hold a hearing today on the outbreak. >> the deadly outbreak is now known as covid-19 by the world health organization. it's short for coronavirus disease 2019. 39 more cases are reported on a cruise ship near yokohama, japan. that brings the total to 174. at least 23 americans have become ill.
the u.s. postal service says it is having trouble sending letters and packages to china because most airlines suspended flights to china, hong kong and m macau. a palo alto woman quarantined after fears of contracting the virus will be reunited with her kids. >> she spent the last two weeks with her daughter at march air force base in southern california. julian glover is live in sunnyvale where they'll officially reconnect. julian? >> finally today happy news here. talk about a two-week quarantine that felt like a lifetime. we've been in the family of esther tebeka and her 15-year-old daughter and after finally being released from that federal quarantine in southern california, today the family will be renew reunited after mom picks up her kids here. esther's husband picked up her and her daughter on tuesday from march reserve air force base where 195 people evacuated from
wuhan, china and quarantined for two weeks are now said to be healthy. the tesh the tebekas other two children stayed with family and friends while they were in quarantine. now there's concern about how they'll be welcomed back into their community. >> we are not sick. i'm going to quarantine myself further just to ease the tension, make people feel safer. >> health officials are calling for common sense and compassion. they're saying families like these are healthy and should be welcomed back into society and not shunned. again, that family of five set to be reunited here at the south peninsula hebrew day school when they financially pick those kids up from school today.
six weeks in the making. reporting live in sunnyvale, julian glover, abc7 news. >> thank you. >> we know you have a lot of questions about coronavirus including the symptoms, the best way to protect yourself, we have answers to the top seven questions on our website, abc7news.com. still ahead at 6:30, pope francis made a major ruling on a proposal that would allow some priests to be married. and a housing battle in the east bay. why one group of tenants demanding their landlord sell them the building. plus that violent robbery in broad daylight. a man in oakland, you can see him in this video, held up at gun point while cleaning out his car. >> that is infuriating. right now something that is not infuriating, you can see that we are way up this morning, 217 points on the stock market. more on all these stories just ahead. first some other good news, and that is our weather today. it's going to be another stunner. >> yeah, real nice day today. not the record highs we had
yesterday. so we'll substitute the 70s and 80s for 60s and one 70 out there. reason being is we have less wind. we're up to 25 degrees cooler in half moon bay where it's 37 degrees. that means it was 62 this time yesterday. it's 52 in daly city. san bruno, 51. everyone else in the 40s until you get to menlo park. 45 at san jose. 4 44 at hayward. 38 in the north bay. bay bridge toll plaza, it's about 51 degrees. driving, breezy no more. no fog. just have to dress a little bit warmer if you're going to be out in the elements. so for the north bay, 40s at 7:00. 10 degrees warmer at 9:00. 64, so quick warming by 11:00. upper 60s to near 70 through the afternoon hours. you have the best chance of feeling 70 degree temperatures today after that 81 in santa rosa. 45 at 7:00.
9:00, 52. 621 at 11:00. last stop, san francisco, no more 70s but after starting around 50 we'll hang out in the low to mid 60s this afternoon. update on that chance of rain this weekend coming up next. jobina is here to talk about the commute. >> good morning, mike. happy wednesday to you. starting off with clarification on that crash that i mentioned at the beginning of the half hour here this is san leandro northbound 880 before davis. a three-car crash. one lane is blocked now. we have about a three-mile backup. you can certainly expect delays if you're headed northbound on 880. mass transit here, ace seeing some problems due to track maintenance. ace 1 about ten minutes behind schedule. all the lines will be experiencing some sort of delay through the end of the month. b.a.r.t. and ferries are on time. live look at walnut creek, 680 is nice and clear. no major problems i'm seeing.
6:44 on the date. let's see what's waiting outside for you. clear conditions and cooler. 42 to 44 degrees at 7:00. low 60s at 11:00. mid to upper 60s, still nice after school. 70s are down around l.a. and palm springs, 70 and 73. 62 in monterey. upper 60s for the central valley. tahoe's forecast, mid 50s on saturday and snow showers on sunday morning. back to our breaking news in southern california that we've been following all morning, this is a live look at an enormous fire at an apartment building in tustin, which is in orange county. 60 to 100 units are affected by the fire, which is at five alarms. this picture appears to show the
entire building is a total loss. >> we've learned two people inside the building had to be taken to the hospital after suffering from apparent smoke inhalati inhalation. we're continuing to monitor this situation. we'll bring you updates that we get on abc7news.com. at the live desk, there's a shortage of catholic priests in the amazon but pope francis will not be ordaining married men for home. the ruling came out this morning. bishops in the amazon recommended ordaining married men but the latest statement from the pope avoiding that statement but instead he urged for bishops to pray for more priestly vocations. a man in oakland trying to clean his car is suddenly held at gun point. >> the video is making a lot of people upset. amy hollyfield joins us life
from the newsroom with more on this. amy? >> the man said he is scared, thieves stole his phone, his gold bracelet and necklace. he says it is all worth about $5,000. look at this video. he's attacked in the middle of the day in front of his home. two men grab him, put a gun to the back of his head. they force him to the ground. they pat down his body and walk away. he was just out vacuuming his car. it was 1:30 on a monday afternoon. you can see the gun there. the victim, he didn't want to talk on camera. he's nervous. his neighbors are all telling us they're glad it was captured on camera and they hope the cameras will prevent future crimes. >> this is the worst thing that's happened probably in ten years. hopefully it will work for deterrence value first and foremost. and should there be a problem, we'll have a record of it. >> it was his camera that caught what neighbors believe is the thieves white sedan moments
before the attack. this happened in the diamond neighborhood this is on demuth street. neighbors think they'll add more cameras there. no one was hurt. just shaken up. police say they're investigating but no arrests have been made. live in the newsroom, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thank you. part of abc7 news's commitment to building a better area is making sure housing is safe and affordable. some tenants in oakland are refusing to pay rent because they say their landlord refused to fix problems with their apartments. residents showed us a lot of the defects inside of their building. some of those problems are rotting wood and mold. 7 of the building's 14 tenants have not paid rent since november. they want the landlord to broker a deal to let them take over the building before their leases expire. >> let us buy the building. so we don't have to struggle with these kinds of things next year. >> non-profit oakland community land trust is assisting and willing to pay fair market value
for the building on 29th avenue. the landlord agreed to meet with the tenants. there's a new top dog at the westminster dog show. >> the best in show goes to the standard poodle. >> yes! >> he said yes! >> yes! i felt that. >> that's siba. the 3-year-old poodle. she won best in show. as you can see, she was ready. don't be fooled by her good looks. she's also smart and athletic. this morning siba and her handler appeared on "gma." you know i do not like that shot. we will just continue running it for some reason. her handler says that chicken is her favorite treat. they didn't have chicken at the show, so luckily someone went to mcdonald's. >> you guys made a quick stop for grilled chicken sandwiches? >> we bought three, four of them forthe day. >> siba, we have a present for you, not a trophy but a huge
silver platter of chicken sandwiches. >> oh. >> her hair is laid. >> the little buffant in the front. >> yeah, you know what? i was salty about siba. >> mm-hmm. >> because of what she did. you know what she did. >> okay. >> she had that view that we got of her earlier. now, the more i see her, she's growing on me. >> looking at her side poofs. the poofs that ginger zee was talking about >> it took two and a half hours for you to get on board. >> it was a battle. siba is admittedly a queen. >> a queen. >> the second place, right, or one of them that was going to be -- the favorite was daniel. the golden retriever. >> a beautiful golden retriever, but that was the boy next door. queen, boy next door. >> i root for the underdog. i was pulling for daniel.
>> literally. >> good one, reggie. >> i with us with you, my queen. >> thank you, mike. >> the divide. the divide is right here. >> we won. >> coming up on 6:50. let's talk about how nice it would be to take a walk outside whether with your dog or by yourself. we had a little haze developing, almost some fog trying to develop across the golden gate bridge with that west wind. expect more of that tomorrow. today, high pressure mostly sunny conditions. the record streak ends, but temperatures will still be well above average. cooler tonight with more fog. sunday we're looking at light rain, otherwise medium range models show us dry through the end of the month and it's a leap year, we get an extra day and still can't find rain. half moon bay, 61. san francisco, 62. 64 to about 70 degrees elsewhere. 64 in oakland and richmond. the 70 showing up in santa rosa. far cry from the 81 yesterday. fog up in the north bay, along the coast, east bay and trying
to encroach upon the south bay. temperatures in the upper 30s to mainly low 40s in the deepest inland valleys. 46 around the bay and towards the coast. this saturday, increasing high clouds during the afternoon hours, after a gorgeous day with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. sunday morning waking up to a chance of drizzle, light rain and then by noon it's over. notice at least the snow will continue in the sierra through the better part of the day. hopefully a couple inches. we need it desperately. as far as how much we're going to get, let's go. we wake up at 8:00, a couple hundredths out there. by midnight -- or noon, i should say, that's not what we need. january 16th the last time we had a soaking rain. you don't see one in my accuweather seven-day forecast but temperatures a little bit above average. enjoy. jobina? >> still following this crash in san leandro involving three cars here blocking one lane. this is northbound 880 before
davis. i'll pull up the other map so you can see the speeds and distance of the backup extending more than three miles. speeds down to 22 and 14 miles per hour in the area. certainly expect delays. live look at san jose, this is 87. for the most part moving smoothly. not seeing major slowdowns. 280 at king street very empty in san francisco. no problems will. drive times across the board have been slow. tracy to dublin, 42 minutes. antioch to concord, 26 minutes. san rafael to san francisco, 19-minute ride. reggie and kumasi? >> thank you very much. coming up next, 7 things to know before you go. >> join michael finney today for the 7 on your side tax hotline a team of tax experts will be able to take your questions live on the
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it's 6:55, if you're just about to go out the door, here's 7 things to know before you go. number one, senator bernie sanders has won the new hampshire primary. it was a tight race with former mayor pete buttigieg trailing behind by a few thousand votes. a palo alto woman is going home today after being released from a coronavirus quarantine in southern california. esther tebeka and her daughter have been evacuated from the region of china hardest hit by the outbreak. >> number three, oakland police are searching for robbers who attacked a man in his driveway
in the middle of the day. they got away with his phone and jewelry worth about $5,000. number four, breaking news in orange county, crews are trying to put out this apartment fire in tustin. this video shows what it looked like two hours ago and what it looks like now. at least two people had to go to the hospital for observation. >> look how calm it is on mount tam. cooler weather this morning, 30s and 40s. mild this afternoon, above average in the 60s. no record highs. number six, following a three-car crash in san leandro blocking at least one lane. this is northbound 880 before davis. you should expect delays in the area. the backup is more than three miles. speeds are down to 14 miles per hour. and kumasi's new dog is number seven, or so she wishes. siba won best in show at the westminster dog show. and we're told she's not just about good looks, she is also smart, athletic, and bugie as as
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good morning, america. as we join you this wednesday morning, bernie sanders has won the new hampshire primary, pete buttigieg and amy klobuchar close behind. breaking overnight -- bernie sanders takes the granite state. >> it's on to win the democratic nomination. and together! >> pete buttigieg a strong second. >> we will win the white house! [ cheers and applause ] >> and amy klobuchar leaps into the top tier with a surprise finish in third. >> hello, america. i'm amy klobuchar, and i will beat donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> elizabeth warren falls well short of the pack. >> americans in every part of the country are going to make their voices heard. [ cheers and applause ] that's right.