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a developing story in san francisco. a football star... on the run... right now at 11:00 a developing story in san francisco, a football star on the run after an allegedly violent encounter. late tonight police returned to the scene. the news at 11:00 starts right now. good evening, thank you for joining out. >> i'm terry mcsweeney. alvin smith made a social media post reacting to the investigation, doing it as police continued to search for him. he's hoping to get another shot at the nfl. nbc bay area was the first to report details of the investigation on our twitter feed this afternoon. >> sergio quintana is in san francisco, and late developments for us. >> reporter: the police were called out here, seems someone in the building thought they saw
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al-don smith, so they called police. several officers armed with shields and bean bags in the building, they came out a few minutes later. the suspended nfl linebacker took to social media, posting a picture and a cryptic caption. on aldon smith's verified account, this photo of what looks like pavement, the message, wtf, oh, you are all wrong. san francisco want to talk with women on the a domestic violence incident that took place. it came from a neighbor of the victim last night around 8:30. that caller believed the suspect's girlfriend was getting beat up. the second call became from the victim who reported she was bitten, among other injuries.
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>> they have gone to a black -- >> reporter: when police arrived, neighbor terry graham saw the commotion for her apartment window across the street and decided to get a better look. >> i seen the police car sitting right here and then one across the street, and then the ambulance. and then a few minutes later the two officers came out with the girl and put her in the back of the suv. >> smith has an extensive rap sheet and other investigations alleging domestic violence. charged with hit and run, making false bomb threats at l.a.x. possession of illegal weapons. he's on suspension with the nfl after signing with the oakland raiders in 2015. . and, of course, he had been hoping to be reinstated with the nfl. tonight, inspectors with the san francisco police department are still trying to contact him. reporting live in san francisco, i'm sergio quintana, nbc bay
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area news. we've been covering this story all day. this is our tweet from around 4:40 this afternoon, when we first broke the details, stay up to date, follow us on twitter account @nbcbayarea. hit by an unmarked police cruiser after trying to get away. four men stole a car and were spotted at a mall in san bruno. the suspects sped out of the parking lot and hit several cars before crashing down the street. all four jumped out and took off on foot. one of the men was hit by a police cruiser. paramedics took him to the hospital. all four men were arrested, three are minors believed to be responsible for several robberies and burglaries in san mateo county. water officials hoping tomorrow's snow pack survey shows a dramatic improvement after all the snowfall we've seen the last several days. tomorrow will be the third of
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five surveys. the last survey about a month ago said the snow pack had 14%, improvement over the december measurement. past week, we've seen rain, snow, hail, a buildup of winter weather long overdue. >> something new to contend with tonight, cold. >> cold after some rain, sleet and snow at times in the hills we saw this weekend. right now, 47 degrees in san jose, probably not too chilly around the sant collar ata clar. dublin will wake up to lower 30s, 39 there right now. and north bay valleys, numbers easily dropping towards the lower 30s where those wind sheltered valleys around the north bay, we may have to watch out for patchy fog. some of that may try to ice up on the roadways in the morning. tomorrow morning, less so as we go through the week as warmer weather arrives. and actually we see a chance of
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rainmaking a comeback. the radar is dry, but all these clouds offshore, that's the next chance for rain. let you know hour by hour when woe expect the rain to make a comeback in a few minutes. remember, wherever you are in the bay area, our nbc bay area app is there to help you out. it is free, and you can monitor the weather conditions throughout the day on the go. new at 11:00, a huge night for a bay area actor who can now call himself an oscar winner, sam rockwell, took home hollywood's biggest honor. we talked with friends who knew him when he was a student trying to make his way, mary ann. >> yes, they know him from some impr impr impr impr improv trooups. tonight some of the bay area actors that once shared the stage with him are celebrating his success. >> and the oscar goes to -- sam
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rockwell. >> a golden night for sam rockwell, he took home an oscar for his portrayal of a racist police officer. >> i asked the judge not to give her bail. >> he grew up near -- >> when i was 8 years old, i was called into the principal's office and my father was looking very solemn. he said we've got to go, it's grandma, and we got in the car, and i said what's wrong with grandma, and he said nothing, we're going to the movies. this is where rockwell attended high school in san francisco, at the school of the arts. but back then it was called the makateer school of the arts, he graduated in the late '80s. his classmate said he loved to break dance.
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>> he was so funny, great improviser, great dancer. true friend. >> during his acceptance speech tonight, 49-year-old rockwell gave a shoutout to his friend and late oscar winner phillip see more hoffman. >> for my old buddy hoffman. >> law ler says that doesn't surprise her that rockwell would think of others even in the spotlight. >> him as a human being, that's one in a billion. >> and what an impressive year for rockwell, not only did he win the academy award tonight, but earlier this year he won a glolden globe award and a screen actor's guild award for the same role, a talented man. back to you. >> impressive, indeed, mary ann, thank you. other oscar winners are making the bay area proud. james ivory is from berkeley.
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he won the award from best adapted screen play from the movie "call me by your name," he's the oldest person ever to win an oscar. never too late. "coco" has bay area ties. pixar is located in emeryville. still more to come, and live report breaking town the rest of the night's big winners at 11:30. switching fwegears, they ar standing with the students from parkland. gun violence dialogue. they held an event, painting posters with th the #enoughisenough, an and #neveragain. we hate how school shootings are being treated as if they're
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inevitable. this is our way of doing something about it. >> students raised $2,500 for the parkland victims and their families. they plan to walk out of class for 17 minutes as part of a national day of action. coming up on tuesday, santa clara county supervisors will consider banning gun shows at the county fairgrounds. two gun shows happen there each other. one supervisor says the county only made $6,000 on the last event. on top of that, he wants the ban to keep the guns off the south bay streets. the primary mission of the county is the health and welfare of our residents. and it seems to me that it's very counterproductive to have something like a gun show where people can buy and sell guns at a county facility. >> well, some gun owners disagree. they say the shows should be regulated instead of stopped. the board of supervisors meeting is tuesday morning at 9:30. firefighters made quick work of a house fire this morning, started on the 9:30 this morning
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near magnum terrace. homeowners smelled the smoke and were able to get out safely. the home had a firewall between the home and the garage. that helped to contain the flames. the fire was out in about 30 minutes. investigators are still looking into the cause. happening tomorrow, california's lieutenant governor is making his bid for the state's top spot official. gavin newsom already announced his candidacy for governor. he's set to file the paperwork tomorrow afternoon with the department of elections at city hall. knewsome served as mayor of san francisco from 2004 to 2011. >> still to come, no country is exempt. but could some u.s. businesses find relief from the president's controversial trade plan? the mixed messages today from the white house. a woman's walk with her dog becomes a dramatic rescue in san francisco. how the two of them ended up over a cliff. we've got the pictures next. the we )ll track how much the storms have helped our local reservoirs.
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as more rain moves in over the weekend, we'll track how much the storms have helped our local reservoirs. savannah guthrie joins us live ahead of a big charity tennis champ monday from 4:30 to 7:00.
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we need to be ready for whatever weather may come our way. my name's scott strenfel and i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather, and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages. during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at together, we're building a better california. a dramatic cliff rescue in san francisco earlier tonight. san francisco fire tweeted out these photos. new at 11:00, a dramatic cliff rescue in san francisco earlier tonight. san francisco fire tweeted out these photos, a woman and her pit bull went over the edge. the pit bull named blue berry
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chased a ball over the edge. crews were able to save both of them, and neither were hurt. controversial new tariffs, the president's trade advisers confirmed no country would be exempt from them. certain companies could be. nbc's kelly o'donnell has the story. >> reporter: from a trump-style campaign message -- >> we're going to put american steel and aluminum back into the backbone of our country. >> reporter: from trump style decision-making -- >> instituting tariffs. >> reporter: heard like a fire alarm across markets, among allies, and even in the president's own party. >> hurt american consumers and allies, please reconsider your solution. >> reporter: but in places like west virginia, trump's trade decisions have traction. >> fair trade, free trade hasn't worked well for west virginia.
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we've lost thousands of jobs. >> reporter: the trump plan would impose tariffs on steel and aluminum coming into the u.s., intended to make u.s. steel and aluminum providers -- inintended consequences, iowa bay des moines steel. >> it's going to hurt us in the long run. our supply and demand is going to be hard. because almost all our stainless steel is made in china. and overseas. >> reporter: with days to go, or maybe more, until the president says he will sign the tariff plan, today commerce secretary wilbur ross said other nations want a chance to influence the terms. >> a lot of countries have been talking with the president, they've been talking with me. they've been talking with others. we'll see. the president makes the decisions. >> reporter: ross dismissed concerns that threats of trade retailiation against american-made goods would hurt
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consumers. >> retaliation isn't going to change the price of a can of beer or the price of a car. it's just not going to. >> that was kelly o'donnell reporting. a day of remembrance in the south, today on the 53rd anniversa anniversary of bloody sunday, lewis was just a young activist when he first tried to march across that bridge in 1965. temp headed from selma to montgomery protesting voting rights. police and marchers clashed, and that infamous day became known as bloody sunday. >> we shouldn't forget our history. if we don't learn from it, we will repeat it. and we just need to do this so the younger ones coming up, they will know, and they will be able to benefit from what we went through. >> you may remember president barack obama visited selma back
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in 2015. camilla harris was at that event today. she was the keynote speaker for a unity breakfast. in the northeast, millions of people are without power where the nor'easter swept through the region two days ago. kristen dal green has the latest. >> reporter: tonight, downed trees and power lines litter the landscape. homeowners are getting frustrated. two days without heat and cold. wind wiped out forests, and pennsylvania. more than 830,000 are still without power along the east coast. this crew from mississippi fixing lines in connecticut. workers as far away as canada and chicago to help. >> it's what we do and we're proud of it. in massachusetts, mario
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venterelli getting the first look at his home. >> silt all throughout the house. bubbling up through the horse. >> reporter: shannon henderson lived through louisiana's hurricane, and she knows what it's tyke to be left pout wour. >> i knew i had to be here and do something. when your house is flooded and you just don't know where to start, you just needs hands, lots of hands. >> reporter: so today she is handing out donuts and hugs, with the forecast calling for another storm mid-week, residents back in new york say the situation is growing desperate. >> this could get much worse for you? >> and for everyone here, everyone here's got water in their pipes. if it goes down in the 20s, things freeze. >> that was nbc's kristen dalgren reporting. take a look at this, a redwood tree outside of their house split and then crashed
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through the roof, pg&e says the tree was struck by lightning back in september. they inspected it and said it was safe. on thursday strong winds pushed the tree to its breaking point. firefighters used a drone to help survey the damage. branches went through a second floor bedroom. nobody was hurt, luckily. things are calming down, but cold for the morning, patchy frost and maybe some ice on roadways depending on if you get fog that could set up for the morning or run off overnight from some of the hills and colder locations around the santa cruz mountains. it's 47 degrees in san francisco, not too chilly there. near the water it's not so bad. already down to 39 degrees in dublin and in san jose, mostly clear skies, currently 47 degrees. interesting fact is that we've got air temperatures already in the 30s as you saw around dublin and livermore.
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the north bay, 30s for air temperature. combine the wind speed, 40 miles per hour, a windchill pack for, down to feels like 33 outside right now in santa rosa. wind sheltered valleys, as the winds back off. by morning it will be close to freezing around santa rosa and napa. inland, and east bay valleys too, watch out for patchy frost and ice on the roads. closer to the bay temperatures in the 40s as we start the day. one change for the weekend, 60s for the highs tomorrow. despite the chilly morning, low to mid-60s. a bit cooler as you head to oakland or up towards concord and antioch, highs in the low 60s, upper 50s to near 60 in belmont, downtown san francisco for now upper 50s, and for the north bay, despite the cold numbers for the morning, good recovery for the afternoon, sunshine, highs in the 60s.
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the mobile doppler radar, very busy the last three days. not finding much right now. the skies have cleared out. our storm is still sitting here offshore, not doing much besides toss high clouds our way the next couple days. by wednesday, plan on changes. so short-term, chilly mornings, and warmer afternoons. by tuesday, we'll see highs in the upper 60s, maybe even 70s for tuesday, on wednesday, clouds on the increase, by wednesday evening and wednesday night. that's when we expect the rain to make a comeback. but the rain this go round, a lot less than we saw. remember from thursday through saturday? area rain totals were a half inch to almost four inches of rain, this is the outlook from wednesday through friday. most places picking up a quarter inch of rain or less. thursday morning commute, you're dealing with rain. friday, skies clear, and at this point, saturday looks dry. but now sunday into monday will be our next chance of rain. that system, too, likely will bring about a quarter inch to a
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third of an inch of rain. another thing that will be different, no more bay area snow. snow level will be warmer and higher. snow level is close to 6,000 feet. as you'll notice here, our seven-day forecast doesn't get that chilly. san francisco in the 60s. some of our valleys could be very close to 70s on tuesday. as the rain comes back now, no longer seeing highs near 50, but 60s for thursday and friday, and then another system comes in midway through next weekend. once we get past tomorrow morning, the trend will be warmer and milder. >> enjoy the snow while you can. still to come, girl scouts taking on cyberthreats. the new badge propelling them to high tech. the city of sacramento. the significance betwehind the artwork is ahead.
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camping. the girl scouts are introducing a new cybersecurity badge -- it's not all about cookies and camping. >> absolutely not, the girl scouts introducing a new cybersecurity badge as a part of their new initiative to engage young women in the field of science, engineering and math. girl scouts evelyn and delaney dream of starting a company together. at just 9 years old they're already on their way. learning how to code, bead by bead. >> helping people that could get like hurt, and their money could get stolen. >> they're among the first girl scouts pursuing new cybersecurity badges to take on the growing threat of data breaches, hacking and identity theft. >> and helping people be more
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safe and kind of what girl scouts do. >> they start with the basics. >> evelyn, you're my message sender. >> learning how the internet is really just a huge web of connection. older scouts will master you viruses work and participate in hack-a-thon. by exposing scouts to the field early, girl scouts ceo sylvia acevedo wants to close the gender gap. >> we're looking at how are we going to expand the workforce for what's happening in the cyberworld? >> palo alto networks, designed the program, her goal, hire girl scouts one day. >> it's going to be exciting to see these girls become our cyberdefenders. we'll need the best and greatest
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minds. >> they're plotting to break up the boys club of the tech industry too. >> some people that have companies have a bias towards men, or boys. and then they choose the boys. >> do you guys think that girls are just as good as boys in science and engineering? >> yes, definitely. sometimes, even better. >> message received. >> girls are awesome. >> so true. >> joe ling kent. "lady bird" is getting a special spot in california's capital. sacramento is in that movie. she says she also wants it to serve as a symbol of female empowerment. >> i hope that this is like this moment that really captures a change in climate, and the
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seriousness which we take women and the stories that women have to tell. >> the must recaral will measur 90 feet high. speaking of great movies, the biggest night of the year for show business, the oscars. but it was more than just taking home the gold, the messages being shared by tonight's winners. >> theof hollywood )s biggest n
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san mateo county )s own... sam rockwell... taking home an continuing coverage right now of hollywood's biggest night, san mateo county's own sam rockwell taking home an oscar. >> gina kim has been on the red carpet all day and all night working real hard out there. she joins us now live. hey, gina. >> reporter: hey, terry and anew vn sha. the governor's ball is out now. two and a half hours after the oscars wrapped up, yes, indeed,
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what a night for sam rockwell. go, sam rockwell, and a big night for diversity. going into the night we had a lot of the top awards categories pretty much sealed up, clear favorites in all of them, except for best picture. in the end, it went to the guillermo del toro directed "shape of water." >> and the oscar goes to -- >> a year after the infamous envelope mix-up, no mistakes this time, the romance about a mute woman and a sea creature earned hollywood's top prize. >> i thought this could never happen. it happened. >> in the acting category -- >> gary oldman, no surprises, gary oldman's portrayal of winston churchill in "darkest hour" brought him best actor,
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and zblsh frances mcdormand. she won her second best actress oscar. she saluted the night's female nominees. >> don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight. invite us into your office in a couple days, or you can come to ours, whichever suits you best and we'll tell you all about them. >> the night did produce some firsts. >> jordan peele's "get out,". >> first african-american to win best original screen play. >> i knew if someone let me make this movie that people would hear it and people would see it. >> and kobe bryant, wrote "dear basketball". >> i'm glad we do a little bit more than that. >> two years after the #oscar snow white, increasing diverse voices. and the biggest box office hits of 2017, the films you and i all
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watched got relatively little love at this year's oscars, star wars, the last jedi won none of the four awards it was nominated for, and blade runner 2049 got two. back to you guys. >> sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. >> thanks a lot. "black panther" is still dominating at the box office. >> the marvel movie was directed by oakland native ryan coogler. it's the third week in a row it's led in the box office, earned a grand total of $500 million so far. not expected to drop from the top spot in the near future. east bay kids helped keep "black panther" in the top stot. ja vail mcgee invited students to come. grand lake theater in oakland this afternoon. mcgee said he wanted to do this
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right after that movie came out. you've got to work around the warriors schedule. >> i'm glad i can do it. it just felt right because it's an all black movie, and an all black director, that's really empowering and touching for kids in the inner city to see, people of our color doing great things. >> the east bay agency for childr provides after school activities. bogus airplane parts, a growing concern in the sky, we investigate, next. the weekend--
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we )ll track how much the storms have helped our local reservoirs. plus- the today show )s savann >>ah as more rain moves in over the weekend, we'll track how much the storms have helped the local reservoirs. >> savannah guthrie joins us live ahead of a ten that is match in san jose monday from 4:30 to 7:00. check out this surveillance video from florida, police say that boy right there is trying to steal a silver car, and he's only 10 years old.
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and they say this isn't his first car theft. here's how they say he did it. earlier in the day he was at a car dealership with his mother. while they were there he stole two sets of keys. later in the night he came back with another person and the two tried to make a getaway. but the staff at the dealership had realized that the keys were missing, so they disabled those cars. police say the 10-year-old was already on pro babation from stealing a car last summer. something we don't think of before we top onto a flight. bogus parts that find their way onto airplanes, and it can have deadly consequences. >> steven stock has been looking into this for more than two years. talks with the whistle blower saying the problem has gone from bad to worse. >> faa and ntsb records show nearly 3,000 incidents of
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unapproved parts going on airplanes, flown by almost every commercial airline. it has enforcement action. >> the fatal accident could happen anytime. >> this man says the problem of unapproved parts on airplanes is worst than the faa acknowledges. >> i was an investigator myself. >> his name is charles she. >> i had 20 teams working for me. >> based in china where he spoke to us, she worked as a quality control inspector, overseeing parts made and shipped from china for a company that supplied flight control systems for boeing aircraft. >> those materials are bad materials. >> during his inspection, she says he found that parts outsourced by a third party chinese supplier were made with inferior materials that weren't being baked long enough to harden appropriately during production. the third party company he says forged proper production
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records. these parts are components of the boeing triple 7 spoiler systems which allow the airplane to take off and land safely. >> you need to bake the part to get the hydrogen out of the part. otherwise the hydrogen goes into the part and then it can make the part very brittle. so that part can fail. >> she said he took his concerns to his company, boeing and to the faa several times. faa documents confirmed that hundreds of the parts used on the boeing 777s were manufactured in violation of faa standards. and that documents were, quote, fabricated. even so, the faa still allowed boeing to install the parts as is. those parts remain on boeing aircraft to this day. a spokesperson for the company she worked for mogue incorporated. the parts were tested and met
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specifications. the third party chinese vendor that supplied them no longer supplies bow egg. >> no one knows how serious the issue really is. >> joseph debouso and his business partner mike rye owe say the faa is not doing everything it can to track and keep the unapproved parts out of the system. >> they need to treat unapproved parts no differently than other safety issues. >> congressman peter defauz owe of oregon says the faa does not pay enough attention to unapproved parts. >> one critical component could take down a plane midair. >> he asked the inspector general to weigh in. >> heavy maintenance to overseas, where, you know, one criminal could fut in a part that's going to cause a critical failure in that plane.
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one terrorist could put in a part that intentionally is going to fail. >> finding record-keeping weaknesses, lack of management control, as well as inaccuracies in tracking unapproved parts, the inspector general report said the faa's oversight of industry actions to remove unapproved parts is ineffective. and the faa cannot be assured that the unapproved parts no longer pose a threat to safety. >> are you going to change that? is there going to be changes under your administration. >> we asked the faa's current new acting administrator daniel kay elwell about the inspector general's report? >> something for us to look into. we take all those reports very seriously, and we review them meticulously. so if there's an issue, we'll definitely address it. >> a former commercial pilot himself, elwell emphasized the faa's recent stellar commercial safety record. >> there has not been a commercial passenger fatality in the u.s. in nine years. it's an amazing safety record
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that is born from a collaborative approach to safety. when it comes to unapproved parts getten on aircraft, do you worry about that as a pilot? i mean, or as an administrator? >> i don't. i've been -- as i said, i've been flying for longer than i care to admit. and recently checked out, again, so if i had a concern about it, i wouldn't be fine. >> the experts at jda aviation who teach how to stop and spot unapproved parts say the inspector general's report makes clear the faa needs to do more. >> does the faa need to make this a priority? >> absolutely. to make it a priority, and to hold people accountable, they need to understand that it is a serious issue that needs to be containingen seriously. >> and if we don't? >> something's going to happen. somebody's -- we're going to
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lose an airplane. >> the boeing spokesperson tells us the safety of the flying public is boeing's primary concern, and any allegation related to safety is thoroughly investigated. the commercial airlines cited in faa records all said they, too, work to make sure the inapproved parts don't get on their air plaens. >> call us or visit our website, not just your average run, bringing runners through chinatown. it did more than just help burn calories. right now, things pretty quiet for our storm ranger mobile doppler radar, but on shore we're tracking our next source of run as it arrives later on this week, how much to expect and when the rain will make a comeback when we come back in two minutes. nbc bay area responds, solving consumer problems, and recovering $1 million. if you want help, call or visit
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we're not going to get more. >> at least around the bay area. pretty unusual. we're talking about cold temperatures here, but let me remind you what really cold temperatures are like. let's go back up to the sierra, temperatures right now in one digits. it's 8 degrees. that snow's not going anywhere. the high was 33 today. that's the good news, at least short-term we're going to see mild temperatures continuing around the sierra, probably some 40s, 50s maybe this weekend. the snow totals just amazing from the last three to four days, as much as 50 to 99 inches of snow. the base there at squaw valley was about 140ish, just about the same time last week. we've doubled the bases on some of those sierra ski resorts as you see there. the issue is, you've got a lot of snow, but it was relatively dry snow, not high water content. the reality check here is we would need six similar storm systems or patterns to get
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caught up by april 1st. the odds are against us at 1 in 50 chances. storms will come in, packing some higher snow levels around wednesday and thursday. right now, 47 in san francisco, shouldn't be too chilly there by morning, also 47 in emeryville as we go to san jose, temperatures three in a row, 47 degrees, by the morning we'll see 30s setting up, actually across the north bay, and east bay valleys, locations with patchy frost or recent rain. watch out for ice that could show up on the roadways, especially around the higher hill tops. afternoon highs tomorrow will be comfortably in the 60s around san jose, mid-60s tri valley, a combination of upper 50s to low 60s tomorrow with mostly sunny skies from san francisco up to the north bay. the storm ranger is not picking up anything. clouds to the west, but rain-producing clouds will hold
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off late on wednesday. increasing clouds, and by wednesday evening, we see the showers move through the bay area. this go around, not like the last storm that dropped four inches of rain. less than a quarter inch of rain, and most of that will likely fall early on thursday. then after that system moves on out, friday into saturday, if you have weekend plans, right now looks like friday afternoon may be a few sierra showers, saturday still looking dry, now sunday into next monday we'll begin to see more rain passing on through. and that next weekend system, by the way, will be relatively mild, snow close to 6,000 feet, and rain totals likely to be generally light. nothing like we saw over the last three to four days. temperatures beginning to climb. san francisco 60s the next couple days, best chance of rain during the workweek, wednesday night into thursday, and look at those temperatures, we had 50s for highs this weekend. tuesday and wednesday looks like upper 60s, and yes, close to 70
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first half of the week feeling maybe a bit more like spring and then the chance of rain comes in on thursday. next two storms, don't bring a big punch, not nearly in terms of feet of snow. >> that warm weather is going to feel real nice. >> we've earned it. >> looking forward to it. thanks, rob. mission accomplished, members of the california air national guard successfully rescued a man 700 miles out at sea. he was aboard a carrier ship friday when when he got very sick. the rescue wing took off from mof fat field early saturday morning and brought the man to san jose rescue center. the rescue wing has saved more than 1,100 people since 1977. turning it over to sports now, as gina kim mentioned earlier tonight, a legendary nba player took home an academy
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award tonight. after tonight, kobe bryant may officially be the ghost. he's received every possible award in basketball and now he's added an academy award to his resume. more on that straight head. plus, the giants and dodgers clashed in spring training. make ago case to make the opening day roster. there was a new face in the giants dugout, just for the day. more on that next in sports.
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it's fall, almost back, the giants, it can't come soon enough. putting last year's disastrous season behind them, and we had spring ball. good old fashioned rivalry. the giants facing the dodgers. scottsdale, arizona. top one, yasiel puig, cody ball
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len ger, the only run the shark allowed in two innings of work. center fielder, steven dugger, the 24-year-old trying to make the opening day roster. and wow, look at that, makes a diving catch, bases loaded to end the inning. that won't hurt his chances. bottom three now, this time it's dugger at the plate. facing maeda. third homer of spring. that won't hurt his chances either. i'm sure the giants loved that. bottom 7, williamson at the dish. this offseason, maybe it helped, yeah, it did. two run double off the left field wall. that was all the offense the giants had in them today. dodgers win big, 9-3. another great moment from sunday's game.
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kris berman, gotta make a pitching change in the seventh inning. columbus, down 3-1 in the third, vander king lights up the lamp, his first goal at the sharks. now 3-2. sharks push. but they could not get the equalizer. the sharks lose 4-2, the final. so he's a five-time nba champion, 18-time all-star, two-time olympic gold medalist, and now kobe bryant is an oscar winner, folks, crazy. he won an academy award tonight for his animated short film "dear basketball," a cinematic version of a love letter he wrote to the game when he retired. let's hope he has room left in his trophy case for all that hardware. another incredible story from sunday, if you didn't know who griffin was before the nfl
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combine, you do now. didn't even get an invite to the combine until january. and today, he ran a 4.3840-yard dash. that's for any position, folks, to put it into perspective, adrian peterson, ezekiel el lot and of dell beck ham jr. didn't run that fast. he also put up 20 reps on the bench press, and did it with the prosthetic hand. yes, incredible. that's it for sports. more news after the break.
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popular finally, tonight, chinatown held its 40th annual chinese new year run today, scenic run went through popular areas of san francisco, including chinatown, north beach. the run is a fundraiser that
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benefits the physical education program and community center at the ymca. it serves 1,600 youth and families in chinatown, with programs every week. >> yeah. one last look at your weekend. going to start out chilly. >> it is. winter for the morning, but more spring-like the next few afternoons, temperatures in the 60s, maybe close to 70 before rain makes a comeback, but not a lot, on thursday. >> thank you for joining us. have a great night and a great week. >> good night. we need to be ready for whatever weather may come our way. my name's scott strenfel and i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather, and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages. during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at
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