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stabbing, who the victim was, what that person's condition is but we know they triggered an amber alert through the chp for a little girl who was taken from san jose right around the same time, 2 years old, bethany carranza, three feet tall, weigh being 30 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes. not a super clear, crisp picture but the most recent picture. san jose police say she was last seen with her father, 24-year-old victor magana, described at 5'4", brown hair, brown eyes, considered armed and dangerous. they were last seen in a light green 2007 hyundai santa fe with license plate 7xjx025. magana, the father, is considered armed and dangerous. if you see that vehicle, that light green hyundai, santa fe or you see the little girl or the father, you are asked to call 911 so they can reunite the family as quickly as possible.
posted all of this information on facebook and twitter so you can share it if you live in the area. the amber alert extended beyond san jose and santa clara county and also including san joaquin county so perhaps the two could be on the move. an amber alert for a 2-year-old little girl. we're asking san jose police for more details on the crime scene near san jose state. in san jose, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> we're hoping for the best. kris will update us throughout the day on "today in the bay." >> you probably see kris' breath, it's a cold start to our morning. >> colder than we've had in quite a while. the cold front moved through this weekend, leaves us with clear skies and chilly temperatures. that's a live look outside in walnut creek. we have some upper 30s to start out the day. yes, you need a thicker coat and maybe layers as our temperatures head into the mid-50s today. a nice one with a lot of sunshine. we'll talk more about this and some rain moving in by the middle of the week. right now, mike, you have a
clear view of the bay bridge. >> crystal clear. kari, you said the clear skies, no blanket to keep us warm, it's a cool view of the tower headed westbound with the taillights in through treasure island tunnel, and a smooth flow of traffic. we are looking at the sensors, no problems on the approach there, north bay, a little bit of slowing, already starts for highway 37 but we're not looking at a heavy commute this morning. you will however have that commute. schools are not out and that tends to keep all the parents in town as well as they should be. a smooth drive right here but the signs again the signs for the amber alert are up around the bay. we'll follow that. back to you. >> we're keeping our eye on that and also on capitol hill where the stage is set for another historic week. nearly 700 pages, that's the length of the report, sent by the house judiciary committee overnight to prepare for this week's impeachment vote. "today in the bay's" tracie potts joins us live in washington this morning and tracie, we know at least where this is headed at this point. big day on wednesday.
>> right. it's going to be a really big day and so the end of the process or the beginning of the process of impeaching and removing a president. the final impeachment vote set to happen on wednesday, and even with a few democratic defectors expected, this house of representatives is poised to do what they have only done twice in history. >> no president is supposed to be -- >> reporter: accusations and evidence, the house judiciary committee's 658-page report released overnight, outlines two articles of impeachment against president trump, abuse of power for withholding aid to ukraine, while pressuring the country to investigate political rival joe biden and obstruction of congress for blocking white house staff from testifying about it. the final impeachment vote is expected wednesday. >> there's not going to be any republicans in the house. there will be a handful of democrats who will vote against impeachment in the house.
>> reporter: jeff van drew is switching parties to vote no. most vote yes. >> we cannot take the list the next election will be corrupted by the foreign intervention of the president. democrats are asking for a trial to begin january 9th with mick mulvaney and former national security adviser john bolton as witnesses. >> get this thing over with. i am clearly made up my mind. i don't need any witnesses. >> reporter: president trump wants to call his personal lawyer, rudy giuliani, just back from ukraine. democrats worry republicans in charge will rush to clear the president in a quick trial. >> the majority leader in the senate saying we're going to get this over with. we don't, we know he's not going to be convicted. >> reporter: but the process must play out, beginning with a likely impeachment vote this week. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >> 5:04 for you right now.
we have breaking news to tell you about, an apartment fire in contra costa county. "today in the bay's" bob redell just got to that scene in antioch and bob, we can see behind you how that fire tajjed that damaged that home. how is it going now? >> reporter: the fire is out, started around 3:30 on the 600 block of west 14th. the origin of the fire was fully involved, fortunately the person who lives there, a man, was not inside and they have not been able to locate him as of yet. they tried to call him but he was not inside and they know he's not inside right now, that he wasn't home at the time or at least they don't believe he was. so this unit caught fire and it spread to two other units next door. one of those units suffered some water damage and the other unit smoke damage. there's five units in total. the other two units, number four and five, they are fine. they're not, they didn't have any damage but the people in the two corner units, a man in the
one and the woman in the other, they are not going to be able to live here so they are the ones that are displaced, trying to get the power back on for the other units so those people could go inside. i was speaking with the contra costa county fire protection district and have them do you have any idea what the cause is? they have an investigator on scene and this is happening at 3:30 in the morning. the fire department had it out within 20 minutes. everyone got out okay, no injuries, just unfortunately you have two people whose units right now, one is destroyed, the other is too damaged to be living there. reporting live in antioch, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> certainly not the way anyone wants to start their morning especially with it being this cold outside. 5:56. expect picket lines this week at kaiser permanente centers up and down the state. thousands of mental health workers are expected to go on a five-day strike starting today. psychologists, therapists and psychiatric nurses did not reach a new contract with kaiser, which has a backlog of mental health patients, some have had
to wait two months for appointments. kaiser says it's working to address the concerns but a strike only hurts patients. later this morning, supportive housing leaders break ground on a new south bay development promising nearly 150 new units including many to house the homeless. the development is going up on corvin drive in santa clara, one block east of lawrence expressway, includes 08 units for people who were previously homeless, the other units for low income renters, expected to open in the fall of 20 1. in an effort to boost housing options in contra costa county, walnut creek and pleasant hill this year, both debating easing rules for so-called granny units, changes include loosening requirements for parking. owners living on site and easing size limitations. the changes would follow similar recent steps taken in cities like san jose. if councilmembers approve the emergency changes, each may take effect immediately. after two delays, crab season is finally in full swing.
it got under way yesterday. this is after it was supposed to start on november 15th. the delays were due to concerns of whales getting tangled in fishing lines. berkeley fishermen say they made an 11,000 pound haul yesterday from a pod new to the area. they say that's about an average but the crab is much bigger this year, which is happy news for san francisco restaurants. >> it's important because it's better to have fresh local crab, fresh local crab from here, from the bay, and people have better prices. >> that is good. that is good. >> so some good news here. experts say due to the fresh catches, you can expect crab prices to go down. >> warm up the butter. live look at interstate 80 near donner summit. hardly anyone out there on the roads but they have heading up with all the recent snow, really
great for skiers and sierra businesses which rely on them. we won't forget the snowboarders as well. over the weekend, resorts including squaw valley got at least a half foot of fresh powder. the timing couldn't be better with the holidays just around the corner. holidays, snow, feels like christmas. >> it looked like a snow globe this weekend, the light snow falling down. it wasn't a big storm and that's what we're expecting as we go through this week, all dry, clear right now, all across the bay area over toward the sierra as well. another system coming in by the middle of the week for the sierra that will bring an additional one to four inches of snow and by the weekend some additional light snow coming down. good to see at least we're adding up on the snowfall totals but nothing significant here. we'll talk about what's in the forecast in terms of rain for the bay area coming up, but mike says it's getting crowded at the bay bridge. >> it is and it will be a significant delay as it builds, but right now it's right on
pattern, we've seen over the last month getting closer to about 5:10, 5:15 and right on schedule there. the approaches look great. a crash marker right here, there was a crash reported near the toll plaza, i don't see any problem for the lane flow. sounds like everybody got off to the shoulder there, but still there may be some flashing lights and a distraction, down to the south bay, and on either side of the bay a smooth drive, crossing the bay getting more crowded as westbound is your commute, no problems getting to palo alto. i'll check on the road crew closer to marsh. back to you. >> thanks, mike. 5:10. discontinuing excursions. ahead on "today in the bay," the cruise line making a major revelation following a deadly volcano eruption on a new zealand island. and the changes google is making to its mapping service amid helping you find charging stations. plus trending this morning, calling all coffee lovers, how you can get paid to live in a castle and drink caffeine. [ electrical buzzing ]
good monday morning. we're coming up on 5:14, and as you head out the door, you might want to head back in to get a heavier coat. we're going to see clear skies and chilly temperatures, in dublin we're dropping down to 35 degrees this morning. it leads into a nice day. we'll talk about the sunshine and the incoming rain by midweek, that's coming up in about five minutes. and here is again 101, but we did check out over by marsh, there was not the flashing lights but flickering lights as folks travel underneath the overpass. good news, a smooth drive. you'll see the amber alert signs around the bay, we'll follow the rest of your traffic news. the build in oakland, coming up. that's right, the amber alert is the breaking news we're following this morning, issued for a missing 2-year-old girl in san jose. police say she was last seen with her father, victor magana. officers investigating a stabbing at a home very close to san jose state. the victim is now in the
hospital and officers say bethanie carranza was taken from that home. the toddler and her father were last seen in a light green 2007 hyundai santa fe, similar to this one on your screen. the car has a california license plate of 7xjx025. if you have any information, please call police. we'll have more live coverage on this ahead at 5:30. good morning. i'm rahel solomon at cnbc headquarters. here are today's top business head lines. wall street is pointed toward a higher open this morning as investors continue to digest the phase one trade deal struck by the u.s. and china last week. the trump administration agreeing not to go ahead with the latest round of tariffs on billions of dollars of chinese imports and cutting some existing tariffs in half. china for its part announcing it will postpone tariffs on u.s. autos and other goods. u.s. treasury secretary steven mnuchin tells cnbc phase one will likely be signed next month. the markets are coming off a positive week overall.
on the watch list for investors, reports on housing, personal income and consumer sentiment. google updated google maps to help you find charging stations for electric vehicles and those that your car supports so that includes the different types of adapters you may need. there's also a new electric vehicle setting in the app so you can set your plug preferences. options like this may be necessary in the future as more automakers electrify their line-ups. many americans are apparently leaving vacation days on the table. a recent survey by priceline finds employees will forfit about half their paid time off this year, equivalent to more than $65 billion in lost benefits. reasons for not taking the days include difficulty unplugging from work, feeling guilty about being out of the office, and also concerns about your reputation with the boss. more than half of americans still had seven days of vacation left headed into the holiday season. marcus apparently that applies to you, too, you have quite a few vacation days left. >> i've got some, hopefully we can use them next year and don't have the same problem again.
>> you can give them to me. i'll take them. >> that will be fun but what about me? >> i mean, clearly you're not using them. >> because i love being here and seeing you. >> exactly. i'll just be the one that takes them. sort it all out. thanks. >> laura, you and i -- >> we'll take a little trip. i'm one that. santa and his elves aren't the only ones with a busy week. this is the busiest mailing week of the year and san francisco alone the postal service expects to handle 1.5 million packages. if you're trying to meet the christmas day deadline this is for you. the last day to send first class mail is friday, december 20th. priority mail deadline is on saturday. priority mail express is december 23rd, a week from today. happening today, the latest spacex falcon 9 rocket launch among other things, it should boost broadband access to underserved parts of the globe.
it's carrying a communications satellite for japan and the pacific eye lots. the satellite is tucked inside the rocket's nose. speaking of outer space, even though baby yoda is just a baby, hope he can take a joke or two. >> "snl" had a list lines up for american's flavor of the month made a cameo. >> i've been blessed. i've been blessed you know. people are liking the show. all the memes and the fans. >> i love it. >> "snl" carl mooney playing the sensation. this little jedi had a side he didn't know we, a little feisty. may the farce be with you is what they said. if you want an espresso, if you think people should treat you like royalty you'll like this next story a-latte.
gevalia is looking for its next queen. you'll have access to a butler, five course meals and coffee infused spa treatments and $7,000 prize at a scotland castle. men are also allowed to enter. submit your essay to the company's website before saturday. >> huh. >> lots of rooms in that castle but no beds, because you don't need one. because you're wired up. >> i'm up for that crown. >> let's do it. >> you don't even drink coffee. >> i don't but now i drink coffee because of that. >> give me your castle. >> i need that coffee or cocoa toe stay warm this morning. >> it is cold. hot coffee this morning so get ready for the day and it's also very chilly. as we take a live look outside at the golden gate bridge, no fog, in fact no fog anywhere across the bay area except for along the immediate coastline, where we have temperatures starting out in the low 40s in
half moon bay. we have some mid-30s in the north bay, and it will drop a few more degrees around sunshine -- sunrise, so i wouldn't be surprised to see dropping down to freezing this morning, as we watch out for some patchy frost. in livermore it's 37 degrees, and 38 in san martin, and in san jose 40 degrees, as you head out the door. if you're about to step out in oakland, maybe headed to the fruitvale b.a.r.t. station you need a heavier coat as our temperatures dip down to about 42 degrees, and then we'll see it gradually warming up today but at least we have the sunshine working in our favor, and it's going to be a nice day, but most of these temperatures about where we should be for this time of year, reaching into the mid to upper 50s and we're also seeing some clear skies for today. tomorrow the clouds start to move in, as this storm system approaches, but it does look fairly weak and as it moves in, early on wednesday, we'll bring in our next round of wet weather. as we take it hour by hour, this
is how it shapes up for us. once again all clear today. tomorrow we see some more clouds but it does stay dry and going into early wednesday morning, we'll start to see some of the rain coming out of those clouds, and we'll start out early wednesday with some waves of rain moving in. we have a possibility of getting anywhere from about a quarter to half inch of rain, some of the higher amounts will be in san francisco and along the coastline. going into the rest of the week we'll see a couple more waves of rain, the first one moving in on wednesday, we're dry on thursday. friday we're also looking fairly dry but late friday night into saturday we'll see our next storm system coming in, just in time for the big 49ers game here at home on saturday. we'll be watching out for the rain chances. mike, you were checking the lightings, light crossing the bay. >> both the lighting and the lights. the lighting is fine. the lights are moving smoothly. the incline it's looking better than it did a few minutes ago because the backup is now the lights at the toll plaza. the metering lights are turned on right at your expected time
although there's a lighter flow of traffic as we talk about toward the end of the year, sliding toward a lighter commute over the next couple of weeks after that, a smooth drive, that crash never materialized as a problem. we'll remove that from the last report. we do have a crash reported on the north side, coming down toward the golden gate bridge, no slowing on the sensors there as well but just a shout out to marin county, we're going to keep checking on that around the sausalito area. a smooth drive westbound across the san mateo bridge picking up a little volume. dumbarton bridge no problems, and if you're driving from castro valley over to san mateo right now, you are just about a half an hour, starting at 6:00 the travel times start to creep up and by 7:00, you've doubled that travel time to over an hour, for that same stretch. so just keep that in mind. right now your timing is great and you can watch a few more reports and stick with us. south bay, peninsula, no major deal. slowing on 280, i think there's a road crew there. i'll double check. we don't want to take anything for granted. starbucks under fire.
recovery crews off the coast of new zealand have yet to recover the victims. the number of dead is now 18, after the death of someone over the weekend at a hospital. many of the two dozen injured people are said to be in critical condition. royal caribbean cruiseline reportedly says it will discontinue excursions to white island even when it's considered safe to do it again. a man new jersey authorities say is linked to the recent deadly shoot-out at a kosher
deli is expected to appear in court today. 35-year-old ahmet ahadi is facing weapons charges. the phone number and address of the pawn shop he owns or works at was found in the pocket of one of the shooters. three people in that store died along with a new jersey city detective. the two shooters were also killed. happening now w less than a week until the start of hanukkah, police are investigating vandalism inside a beverly hills synagogue. this happened saturday. vandals overturned furniture and damaged several relics. investigators released surveillance photos of the suspect. starbucks is looking into complaints a southern california starbucks refused to serve a pair of sheriffs deputies, thursday at a cafe near uc riverside. the deputies stood at the counter for about five minutes and when no one approached them they chose to leave. starbucks has already issued an apology. a new twist this morning for
a christmas controversy blowing up on social media. >> hallmark will reinstate a series of commercials from zola, a wedding website service. some feature same-sex couples and the channel originally pulled the ads due to complaints from conservative activists about the couples kissing. 5:28 for you this morning. coming up next here breaking news all morning, an amber alert for a south bay toddler, who went missing overnight. a live report on the intense search under way right now. plus pg&e under new fire with major protests planned for later today outside the utilities headquarters. the new calls from activists for accountability.
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"today in the bay's" kris sanchez live in san jose this morning, she's been following this for us and kris, we understand there's a stabbing investigation possibly tied to this. >> reporter: well, that's true, there is a stabbing investigation and now we can confirm that the person who was stabbed was a woman. her daughter, her 2-year-old daughter, then abducted by the baby's father, her boyfriend and they are now at large. we know that that is what happened here. take a look at the video, the stabbing happened here not too far from san jose state's campus, this is east reed and south 11th street. police were called to reports of a woman screaming, when they got here they found that woman with at least one stab wound. these are life-threatening injuries. she's at the hospital but her 2-year-old toddler is nowhere to be found. there is an amber alert that was triggered by san jose police for 2-year-old bethanie, this is a picture of the little girl, bethany carranza, described at
three feet tall, weigh being 30 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes. she was last seen with her father, 24-year-old victor magana, who is describeds a5'4" and brown hair and brown eyes. the two were last seen in a light green 2007 hyundai santa fe, 7xjx025, a vehicle that looks like the one on your screen. he is considered armed and dangerous. if you see the car, magana or the little girl, bethanie, call 911 because magana is considered armed and dangerous. this amber alert is not just for san jose, santa clara county, it has been expanded to san joaquin county so we believe that perhaps he could be on the move. you will see those freeway signs lit up by the chp at the request of san jose police, but again, we know that a young woman is now fighting for her life at the hospital while her toddler has been taken by her father, and he is considered armed and dangerous, so san jose police,
chp, they really want to try to locate the two as quickly as possible. i shared all of this information onny nyse back page and twitter feet, instagram so you can share it, if you can try to get that child back to safety, that would be a very good thing. in san jose, kris sanchez, "today in the bay." >> so hope that little girl is okay. thanks so much, kris. 5:34 for you right now. and we woke up to some very cold temperatures outside. >> chilly. >> meteorologist kari hall is tracking what we with expect for the rest of the day. >> it will start out cool but it will shape up to be a nice day. here is a look at where we are as you head out the door in oakland, we're at 41 degrees, but check out napa now down to 34. i think we'll drop down to freezing as the sun rises and we'll cool down a couple more degrees from where we are right now. as you head out the door in concord, clear skies and look at how cool it will be, upper 30s to start out between now and 8:00, and then we slowly start to warm up with all of that sunshine today. we'll talk about what's ahead as some rain comes in midweek n a few minutes. mike, you're starting out
with a look at the golden gate brid bridge. >> the lens is smeary, we had the rain and that's cleared up. the roadway is just fine. i point this out because folks coming down the golden gate bridge i did talk about a crash on the sausalito area off of the roadway, off of the freeway on tear ras drive so not a problem for your morning commute. a smooth drive through contra costa county. off of l street in antioch that area, bob will talk about a fire that's going on over there, that's part of our breaking news this morning. not breaking news but it is news, the bay bridge toll plaza has your metering lights on. the rest of the bay at green, that's great. a little slowing for highway 84, coming through the area around vallecitos. now, a smooth drive building the volume for the san mateo bridge and one of the signs that kris is talking about. it does not say amber alert. it says child abduction, w jose. >> thanks, mike. the breaking news mike was talking about in contra costa county, firefighters are still on the scene of a fire that left some damage behind, at an antioch apartment building.
"today in the bay's" bob redell on the scene, just spoke with residents and what are they telling you this morning? >> reporter: well marcus, actually first i just spoke with the contra costa county fire protection district, a few new tidbits of information. they don't think the fire was suspicious they thknow the caus but don't think it was intentionally set and initially they thought some of the people who live in the small complex might be able to go back home. they're saying all 12 people who live in the five units won't be able to go back. some of the units are damaged and destroyed but the other ones they can't get water restored because of broken fixtures. the fire started 3:30 this morning, a five-unit apartment complex in antioch. two alarms, when firefighters arrived the corner unit was fully involved. they had it out in 20, 25 minutes. a second unit sustained smoke damage, third unit water damage. a frightening experience for several people who live in this
complex. >> sounded like gunshots. >> reporter: what was that sound? >> it was from the window busting out, that's when i woke up. >> what were you thinking? >> i was gunshots, don't look out the window or anything. >> i looked out the window. >> she's like it's a fire! i started screaming. >> reporter: what did you do? >> got everybody the hell out of here. ended up down here just waiting. >> reporter: and everyone's okay? >> yes. still shook up but we're all right. >> reporter: but she is correct, everyone did get out okay on their own, they're okay. the man who lives in this unit where the fire started he wasn't at home at the time. the fire department is trying to reach him. he has arrived within the past 10, 15 minutes, i spoke to him just briefly and he's clearly upset by unfortunately what happened to his home. reporting live in antioch, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> tough morning for them. thank you very much, bob. happening today, activists plan to rally outside of pg&e headquarters in san francisco,
following governor newsom's rejection of a wildfire settlement plan. newsom's decision on friday leaves the utility facing an uncertain future. he styed the settlement did not go far enough to ensure safety improvements. protesters are demanding pg&e make restructuring and safety a priority. organizers say at least 111 californians have died this year due to fires and power outages. happening today, san francisco leaders apeer poised to try to turn over a new leaf when it comes to cleaning up city streets. the most recent hit came last week when oracle's open world decided to move its annual convention to las vegas, citing conditions on city streets as a big reason why. our investigative unit spent a lot of time covering the story and its diseased streets series which you can still link to right now under the unit section of our home page. this week, for the first
time, mayor london breed will show off the new waterfront homeless navigation center that opponents contested every step of the way. the san francisco mayor will provide tours of the new $4 million facility, starting tomorrow. the man accused of an attack on the mayor of martinez is tu in court for an arraignment today. police say last thursday, eli dominguez unlawfully tried to make a citizens arrest against the mayor. it happened in front of his insurance business. in the struggle police say dominguez bit a police sergeant, he's facing several charges including battery. the mayor was not seriously injured. a holiday warning from police in palo alto. they're reminding everyone, lock your car doors to avoid grinchs from stealing your holiday packages. police tell "palo alto weekly" they're launching a lock it or lose it campaign. as of the start of the month there were more than 800 car break-ins across the city this
year in addition to 139 thefts from vehicles where car doors were unlocked. compare that with only 70 reported home break-ins. >> palo alto pd, all pd will tell you don't leave stuff visible in your car. put it away or don't take it in your car. it's more of a temptation. looking at the cars themselves, and there are more than over from the richmond side toward san rafael. there is the build for 580 and right on schedule, so are the bay bridge toll plaza and the metering lights. there is an issue, 680 northbound, counter commute there may be a crash or something else going on. i'm checking the chp reports. anywhere south of there looking good with a mild build around the bay. coming off of a nice weekend, we're already think being next weekend. >> yes, we are and it looks like for part of the weekend once again there will be some scattered showers moving through, and that's coming on this upcoming saturday, possibly lingering into early sunday as well.
and so as we make weekend plans, we may have to plan around those downpours that will be off and on for parts of the weekend, as our temperatures stay cool. we're only going to see highs in the mid to upper 50s. and then if you're planning to head to the beach, half moon bay will see some rain on saturday and sunday, and highs reaching into the upper 50s. we'll talk about what's going on today, as we continue our dry weather, coming up in three minutes. >> thanks, kari. there's a new twist in the college admissions cheating scandal, involving the leading defendants. still ahead on "today in the bay," the new claims made by actress lori loughlin, pointing fingers at the prosecution. plus the rayer raiders, the niners, a star pitcher leaving us behind, the bummer weekend for bay area sports fans, you kind of have to see it to believe it. we'll talk about it coming up on "today in the bay." it is 5:41 for you right now. on the economy, a unique leader.
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since one of its ingredients may harm your unborn baby. your doctor should do a pregnancy test before starting dovato. use effective birth control while taking dovato. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, nausea, trouble sleeping, and tiredness. so much goes into who i am and hope to be. ask your doctor if starting hiv treatment with dovato is right for you. good monday morning. at 5:44 as you get ready to head out the door in willow glen we'll see temperatures dropping down to 39 degree a cool start to the day. a lot of sunshine, warming us up into the mid-50s by noon. we'll talk as the dry weather conditions for now, more on that coming up in about five minutes. and about 16 that's what the bottom number says although it was a few minutes longer just a few minutes ago. we're checking out highway 84 through the tri-valley, checking
other reports in the area and time out what waze says, our partners will let you know what to expect. >> thank you, mike. breaking news for you this morning, a 2-year-old girl is taken in san jose. there is now an amber alert for her this morning. police say the toddler was last seen with her father, victor magana. officers are investigating the stabbing at a home near san jose state. the victim is now in the hospital and officers say that bethanie carranza, the little girl, was taken from the home. the toddler and her father were last seen in the light green 2007 hyundai santa fe, and that car has a california license plate, listen to it here, 7xjx025. if you have any information, you're asked to call police and of course we will have more live coverage on this at the top of the hour. this morning in southern california rescuers called off the search for a missing hiker on mt. baldy.
they plan to reevaluate the situation after the death of a search and rescue volunteer over the weekend. the volunteer, 32-year-old tim staples, fell down an ice chute while looking for a man who vanished more than a week ago. the man somehow became separated from the group he was hiking with. now to decision 2020, starting today, senator bernie sanders is making an extended visit to southern california. his tour is supposed to continue all week and include stops in coachella valley, venice and l.a. on friday, he'll attend an immigration rally in san diego county and on society, new york congress ann owe alexandria ocasio-cortez endorsed him in october. a debate scheduled for thursday in california is in danger of being canceled due to a labor dispute. lori loughlin not going down without a fight. she and her fashion designer husband are accusing prosecutors of concealing evidence. they refused to turn over evidence showing the couple believed their payments to usc
would be used for legitimate purposes. they are accused of paying the university $500,000 in bribes to secure her daughter's admission as a rower. three major bay area sports teams playing at home and they lost. the lowly warriors lost to the kings. >> the niners could not hang in against the falcons, losing in the last seconds 29-2. so the good news here, the 49ers will clinch the playoff spot going into the post season for the first time since 2013. but now, they're fifth seed. the raiders played their final game at home in oakland, losing to jacksonville in the last seconds there, as well, 20-16. for thousands of long time fans it was bittersweet. >> to see them gone now, it's going to be hard, man. we got to trek to vegas now, baby. >> it's a hard pill to swallow and i'm going to miss my team. >> i wish the raiders would have won and i would have been more happy. >> we were hoping for raider magic, but it didn't turn out
that way. >> not all raiders fans were good this weekend, they misbehaved. there were booze, trash, bottles thrown on the field as the team walked off for the last time. and if it wasn't a bummer for bay area sports fans this weekend already, this may have sealed the day. mad bum going away. maybe the worst of all, giants fans will see him a lot in the visitors dugout, he agreed to a new five-year deal with the arizona diamondbacks, the division rival, the deal worth $85 million. >> mad bum. >> that's right. >> coming off a nice weekend, just glorious, very california. >> a few spots had some showers moving through on saturday. that was as a cold front moved through and now we're feeling that cold air this morning. here say live look outside in oakland, as we are seeing some clear skies, and yes, there we go, looking at the stadium, and
we're waking up this morning, heading back to work, time to get back to the money, and we're going to see temperatures in the upper 30s to start out the day, and then as we go into the rest of the day, a slow warmup so you need a heavier jacket, as you step out this morning, and temperatures heading up to 54 degrees in antioch, oakland reaching 56. san jose reaching 57 degrees, but all of these temperatures about normal for this time of year, and so as we're starting out, we are seeing the clear skies, and time to layer up. we are going to need the scarf and the coat and also whatever layers you need to stay warm, as we go throughout the day. and we do have some cool air now, there will be some more rain headed in as we go toward the middle of the week. these clouds moving in and by wednesday morning we're waking up to some rain. we're going to see in terms of how much rain we may measure by early wednesday morning, we may see a half inch of rain in san francisco, as you head inland, a lot of this storm kind of just falls apart but we could pick up
on another quarter inch of rain and the rest of the week is looking pretty good. we'll see a couple of rain chances in there, between late tuesday into early wednesday morning. we're drying out for the rest of the day, and then there will be some showers just to our north, by the end of the week. the rest of the bay area will see that rain heading into late friday into saturday, and that may linger in to sunday. so a look at our seven-day forecast, this is how it shapes up for us, we have upper 50s for today. a little bit cooler tomorrow but that is going to be ahead of the next cold front moving in, bringing us some rain on wednesday. thursday and friday we're dry, and then that rain returns on saturday. mike, you're starting out with the drive through contra costa county. >> i am, kari which is looking good. there is the sign, talked about northbound 680, counter commute because most of our commute would be coming down out of concord. meanwhile out of walnut creek there is a crash around sick amore valley road. sounds like there may be a couple lanes involved. no slowing, that's a note north
of the walnut creek interchange. a slight build out of san pablo and the metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza. we're tracking the rest of the bay, look how much green there is out there, mild slowing 84 and may be a fender bender south of 680 through pleasanton and slowing off the castro valley y. peninsula minor crash on the shoulder of the san mateo. timing near the dublin interchange. live more to fremont leaving now it's fine. our friends at waze do predictive timing. get out before 7:00. 7:00 is the worst it will peak at about 45 minutes out of livermore toward fremont. waze will help you do the timing and watch for the changes ahealed of you as well. join nbc bay area wazers as our team. joining on with folks on mass transit there are no delays for b.a.r.t. the elevator may be out of service at the oakland coliseum station so do keep that in mind, that one elevator service is
impaired. back to you. >> thanks, mike. happening now, in the philippines, rescuers are still scrambling to find at least seven people trapped inside of a three-story building after it clapped following a strong earthquake. at least five people died in yesterday's 6.9 magnitude quake. at least 80 people are hurt. the region has been battered by three deadly earthquakes in recent months. coming up next on "today in the bay," just how dangerous are ecigarettes? new bay area research sparking some new concerns. plus a popular contra costa county ice rink suddenly forced to close on what would have been its busiest day of the year. the heartless act by vandals that caused all the ice to melt. >> we came to a lake this morning. >> coming up, how the community is now rallying behind the owners to help reopen that ring. then coming up at 6:00, breaking news an amber alert in effect for a 2-year-old girl who
days. brentwood on ice says someone opened the valves to its chiller, causing its ice to melt. it's closed until wednesday and that timing could not have come at a worse time. the owners say saturday's downtown parade was expected to bring in 4,000 skaters. >> we came to a lake this morning. >> i was excited to skate and once we found out it was closed we got really disappointed. >> the rink's owners add that some young women stole a pair of skates friday night. he says police are looking into whether the thieves are linked to the vandalism. >> 5:56. boeing to make a major decision about its 737 max plane as soon as today, trying to decide whether to further cut or suspend production of the plane. the 737 max planes have been grounded since last april following two deadly crashes. last week the faa announced the planes would remain grounded until at least next march.
researchers at ucsf say people who use ecigarettes are at a significantly greater risk of chronic lung disease. researchers tracked ecigarette and tobacco habits in 32,000 people, none with a history of lung disease but the study found ecig users were more likely to develop the disease. using ecigarettes and smoking tobacco is very risky. tomorrow sonoma county leaders unveil an emergency plan to address the homeless crisis focusing on people living along the joe verdada trail. possible short term indoor and outdoor shelters at the county fairgrounds. sonoma county has approximately 3,000 homeless people. there are more electric scooters on the streets of san francisco, part of sf mta's powered scooter program which launched in october. more scooters were placed around the city starting yesterday from
the mission district all the way to san francisco state. the total number of scooters alowed in the city is now more than 3,000. 5:58. the launch of a spacex falcon 9 rocket is hit to help provide broadband access to underserved parts of the world. the satellite tucked inside the nose will settle in space about 22,000 miles above the earth's equator. disney's "frozen" continues to freeze out the competition at the box office. >> "frozen 2" surpassed the $1 billion mark this weekend, it's the sixth disney movie this year to do so. the hotly anticipated sequel to the 2013 blockbuster "frozen" arrived in theaters the week before thanksgiving during its opening weekend. the film brought in $127 million in the u.s. alone.
right now at 6:00, breaking news that we're following for you in the south bay, an amber alert in effect right now for a 2-year-old girl taken overnight in san jose. >> this is the little girl you see on your left, bethanie carranza, and that is her father, to the right. kris sanchez is in downtown san jose, following the story since early this morning, and kris, we talk about a stabbing being connected to this kidnapping in some way. explain that to us. >> reporter: within the last hour, we have confirmed the woman who was stabbed here at this home near downtown san jose is in fact the mother of the child, who is at the center of that amber alert. this happened around 10:00 last night. police were called to the home on east reed and south 11th street about 10:00 last night on reports of a woman screaming. when they got here, they say they found a woman who was
stabbed at least one time. she is now fighting for her life at the hospital. san jose police believe she was stabbed by her boyfriend and the father of her child, who then took off with the little girl. if you look at your screen, we'll show thaw picture again, bethanie carranza, she's 2 years old, she's described as three feet tall, weighing 30 pounds, she has braun hair and brown eyes. she was last seen with her father, 24 victor magana, 5'4", brown hair, brown eyes, considered armed and dangerous at this point. the two were seen last in a light green 2007 hyundai santa fe with license plate 7xjx025 the amber alert expanded beyond santa clara county to alameda, fresno, kern, kings, los angeles, merced, san luis obispo, santa barb