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live from the cbs bay area studios t is kpix5 news. >> i realize this has been the worst experience of my life. >> tonight t planeful of passengers has returned to sfo. i'm brian hackney. >> i'm ann notarangelo. the epic delay started on the tarmac in abu dhabi where a nonstop flight to sfo took 12 hours just to get off the ground. our christian hartnett is at sfo where he found frustrated and hungry passengers. christian? >> reporter: yes, they finally made it here to sfo, but as you mentioned, extremely frustrated and many of the passengers very angry. now, the plane was sitting on the tarmac in abu dhabi more than 12 hours because of delays
but no one could tell them what was going on. home sweet home, but for many, the feeling of land under their feet is bittersweet. >> this has been the worst experience of my life. >> frustrated. >> reporter: tired faces, empty stomachs, and patience worn thin. >> out of water, out of tissues, out of chocolate. >> reporter: air ways flight 183 lands after the 16 hour flight but only after 12 hours of waiting on the abu dhabi tarmac. because of fog. passengers took to social media. one passenger tweeted we have been stranded close to 11 hours now. no one deplaned, no food. is someone looking into this? family of the passengers waited all day to pick up their loved ones. >> i have been up all night
wondering what is going on. i haven't been able to get ahold of anyone at the airline. >> reporter: molly rogers anxiously awaited her 11-year- old daughter who was on the flight alone. >> 12 hours on an airplane waiting to take off. nobody has told me anything. >> reporter: it finally turned to relief. >> i was missing you a lot. it was a long time for you to be on the plane yourself. i feel hugely relieved. >> reporter: now ehdah airways will probably have to pay dearly for this in fines. let's put it this way. if this situation happened at a u.s. airport, the airline would be paying about $27,000 per passenger. at sfo, christian hartnett, kpix5. >> the late arrival meant a long wait for people on the return flight to abu dhabi. passengers showed up at sfo
early this morning expecting to take off at 8:30. that obviously didn't happen because the plane got stuck on that tarmac 12 hours so they sat and waited and like their counterparts stuck on the plane, they were also frustrated. >> we got tired. we tried to sit there. they gave us like, some refund. yeah, $15 breakfast. they didn't even give us accommodation. >> that man and his wife are headed to a wedding. they are hopeing to get there in time. it happens in three days. the airline says they are working to restore flight schedules an accommodate passengers as quickly as they can. any change or cancellation fees will be waived. a couple of earthquakes rattled the los angeles area tonight. both were centered near caseic.
one, 3.0 at 7:15. the second, much stronger at 4.5. it was felt from downtown all the way to oxnard. there are no reports of damage or injuries. students all over the bay area head back to school monday. but one school at newark memorial high school had a broken water pipe and mark kelly shows us the damage is extensive. >> reporter: the superintendent gave us a peek inside the torn apart classrooms. >> we have a lot of work ahead of us. >> reporter: water filled this room like a swimming pool. >> just under the technology run here. when they discovered it and opens the doors and the water rushed out of the flumes. >> reporter: janitors found the water four feet high. the culprit, the fire department's water main line which runs right under the school. >> for some reason, it gave way
and it literally exploded. >> reporter: not sure what caused the fire line to pop, but he is happy no students were inside. they could have been hurt. >> one of the floors and one of the classrooms actually blew up three feet of cement. it could have been more devastating. >> reporter: crews have been working tirelessly to clean up the mess. desks and chairs an props from the drama department drying off in the sun. >> construction and work going on quite a few months. >> reporter: still, for students, no extra time off. school goes on, same place, same time. >> we will start school monday. >> reporter: the school says it will most likely be a few months before the classrooms are fixed. in newark, mark kelly, kpix5. governor jerry brown is on the verge of making california history. on monday, he will be sworn in for an unprecedented fourth term as governor. he is also expected to combine his inaugural state of the
state addresses into a single speech. on tuesday, the governor will head to fresno for the official ground breaking for california's bullet train. the initial 29-mile stretch will start in fresno. it will link the bay area to los angeles. the tahoe queen is unable to sail tonight. it ran aground in lake tahoe, but the current problem is a mechanical issue. coast guard has the crew inspecting the quinn. a former captain says despite what happened, people shouldn't be too worry. if anything, this will ensure nothing goes wrong in the future. >> the coast guard will typically issue a no sale until a diver can expect the hull. it is all about safety. that is what is going on now. once divers have inspected the hull, any issues have been rectified should be sailing again. >> there is no word on when the coast guard will complete the
inspection. well tonight, police say it is a miracle a seven-year-old girl survived a plane crash. her family was killed when their private plane went down in kentucky. omar villafranca on her cold dark journey for health. >> reporter: after the crashing of the plane, sailor gutzler walked nearly a mile through the dense kentucky woods to the house. >> there was a little girl standing there with blood on her face. she said mom and dad are dead. we had a plane crash and the plane is upside down. >> reporter: it was cold, dark, and rainy. wilkins said the little girl was crying and only wearing light summer clothes. >> she was barefoot. had one sock on her feet. brave little girl. exstreamly. she done a heck of a job as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: sailor's family
was flying home from key west florida to mount vernon, illinois in a piper like this one. this photo was snapped aboard the plane last week. marty gutzler reported engine trouble a mile before it crashed just a mile from a small airport in kentucky. the crash killed gutzler, his wife kimberly, sailor's sister piper. >> this play for her, he is going to need a lot of help. a lot of help. >> the cause of the crash is under investigation. >> reporter: omar villafranca, kpix5. the asian flight that crashed into the java sea was not permitted to flight the route it flew on sundays, the day it plunged into the ocean. four massive objects have been
found in the floor of the java sea. so far, only 30 bodies out of 162 victims have been retrieved. uniformed officers gathered today to remember murdered nypd officer wenjian liu. he and his partner were ambushed in their patrol car last week. officers saluted bill de blasio this week. last week, they turned their backs on him accusing him of sympathizing with police protesters. would you pay $600 a month to live here? tonight, one man's plan to revolutionize the rental market by thinking inside the box. >> and we are looking toward the tallest skyscraper in the city. we will have a forecast for you including a record heat wave.
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pending litigation. uber is being sued tonight because people say the company is spamming them with text messages. one man says he got about 20 messages that urged him to become a driver for the ride sharing company. it is a class action lawsuit which means that anybody who got a text from uber could be part of an eventual settlement even if they don't join in on the legal action. the suit is asking for $500 for violation and uber isn't commenting. it may be a new year, but when it comes to the bay area rental rate, it is the same old story. the region led the nation in rent increases. average rent in san jose rose by $200 a month to just over $1,800. san francisco's average rose to nearly $1,600, but remember, that figure includes rent controlled units. and real estate website reports 2015 could be just as bad. david shows us the skyrocketing rents are the reason behind one
oakland man's mission to change the way we live one shipping container at a time. >> for what i want to do, this is the dream house. >> reporter: before you judge this man's junk, think inside the box. what do you envision this place looks like in sixth months? >> it will look less like a junk yard and more like a garden filled tiny house community. >> reporter: if is a community, luke eisman is the leader. his idea is called box house. to convert shipping containers into tiny houses. it was born out of pure disgust because he felt the rent was outrageous. he was paying $3,500 a month for a two bedroom apartment with his girlfriend a year ago. today, the average price of a two-bedroom has jumped to $4,600. that is 1100 more than new york city making san francisco the most expensive place to rent an
apartment in the nation. so he left there and headed for oakland. >> everybody agrees housing is broken. everybody wants to live in an awesome city like oakland. we need to come up with something else. and i'm happy to be one of the many failures along the way to figuring that out. >> reporter: he and five friends each put up $35,000 on adown payment for this property. it has a warehouse intended for a commercial kitchen and two bathrooms plus 14 parking spaces. each space has just enough room for a box house. the rent here? $600 a month. >> you can think of it as an expensive parking space or a cheap opportunity to build your ideal house. >> reporter: he bought a shipping container from the port of oakland for $2,300. he converted this 9200 square foot container into a box house
with a solar panel. >> i have a minimalist kitchen. my one pan i use. cast iron. a chest freezer. i have a fridge. bed slash standing desk during the day. dog area. clothes, working shower, hot and cold. >> reporter: he has been flooded with e-mail inquiries since launches a website two months ago solly setting imput. >> we are not against the idea, it is just very new. aour building codes can be met, have at it. >> reporter: when it comes to the city and its codes, eisman says he would rather beg forgiveness than ask permission. >> it is totally absurd. but this is really a license for us to experiment. this is raddedly affordable and looks weird to everybody.
but pretty fun so far. >> well, if you are wondering where the rest of the restroom is, it turns out it is outside the box. for now, at least, he is using a compost bin and a bucket. brian? well, that is what my dad and his family had to do in 1940. outdoors. we will leave that topic for another time. for now, we have clear skies. as we look out, kind of hazy today. the numbers right now, 39 degrees in con ford. oakland 39. san francisco, the warm spot. 42 in san jose. 37 degrees in santa rosa. out the door, we will have more clouds on sunday than we had today. we have the layers moistening up a little bit. there could be patchy fog. you will see that in a minute. first, we have high pressure over the west coast. that will bring temperatures up a little bit at least. even at night. but that high pressure over the west is also causing stagnant air to get trapped at the
surface. so the pollution levels are going up a little bit. that is why we have had a spare the air day today and tomorrow. the north bay, the coast and central bay. and in the santa clara valley. so, no burning in the fireplaces. future cast shows the high clouds coming in over the bay area tomorrow morning. some clearing, some high clouds, some clearing. so some high clouds coming over from time to time sunday. numbers coming up a little bit tomorrow. mid 60s by monday. the first week of january, into record territory. so, we will see if that pans out. we will turn it around a little bit. toward the end of the week, we will get a chance of rain thursday. overnight lows tonight. santa rosa down to 34 degrees. 38 at napa. 39 at fairfield. tonight the first night in a while we haven't had frost advisories and freeze warnings. they are not posted for tonight. for tomorrow, we are looking at 60 for livermore. in san ramon, 61 degrees. pleasanton, 61 as well.
by the shoreline, we will look at half-moon bay. 62. here in the city. 59. in oakland, 63 degrees. santa rosa 60. napa, 56. vallejo, 60 as well. extended forecast calls for a few more clouds tomorrow. a mix of patchy fog. some high clouds lateener the day. on monday, we warm it up into the mid 60 region for monday and for tuesday and for wednesday. for that matter. on thursday, we have some rain coming into the bay area and we turn it around friday and saturday. you get a chance tonight, head outside. a beautiful sight of the full moon. and then two weeks from tonight, new moon, we will be talking about the highest tides of the year. higher than we had last month. i know it is only january. higher than last month. more king tides are coming in about two weeks. ann? gary? >> we will stay cold tomorrow. we have more playoff games. >> yeah. right through tomorrow, lit be a big one here on our channel
at 10:00. cincinnati and indy. >> that is what we are talking about. i'm excited. all right, the nfl playoffs are underway. could arizona get it done with their backup quarterback backup? and brother jim on hand to see his brother john. a lot of action coming up in sports. bulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life. bulldog: we need your help to do more. give at mattressdiscountersdogs.com, or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people latte or au lait? cozy or cool? exactly the way you want it... until boom, it's bedtime! your mattress is a battleground of thwarted desire.
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>> the ravens and steeler haves faced each other three times in the playoffs. each time, pittsburgh has come out on top. would the fourth time be the charm for baltimore tonight? there is jim harbaugh rooting on his brother john and the ravens. third quarter, ravens leading 13-9. joe flacc o gets out of trouble. early fourth quarter. ben roethesburger. eight minutes to play now. 28-15. he is able to get rid of it but the pass is intercepted by torell suggs. check out the replay. he grabbed it with his legs. look at that. that is odd. harbaugh, the other harbaugh? very next play after the flacco pick.
baltimore wins. ravens advance to play new england next saturday. how about the cardinals? they had to go with ryan lindley quarterback. cardinals marian greiss looks like he fumbles. the play was reviewed and ruled that the ball did cross the goal line. arizona led 14-10. cards leading 14-13. cam newton got it to fozzie whittaker. after the cardinals fumbled the kickoff, it is more newton and more panthers. 27-16 the final. it is carolina's first post season win since 2006. raiders news, looks like the team will get to interview denver defensive coordinator jack del rio for the head coaching job. he is believed to be one of the
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he is nursing an injury. the sharks have lost three of four coming into tonight's game. joe pavelski with a tough angle. and he is able to go top shelf on that one for the score. his 20th goal of the season gave the sharks a 2-1 lead. second period, tied at 2-2. here is t.j. oshie. defense had no answers for him. blues had a bunch more and won this by the count of 7-2. all right, down south to la for saint mary. great start for the gails. aaron bright taking the ball down and boom, you are going to give tout me? i will take it. he led the gails with 24. second half at mc up 11. carrie carter with the nice pass down low to garrett jackson. they win 72-63. gails are 4-0 in wcc play. a frustrating night against byu. first half cougars up 32-73.
kyle collinsworth threw the lane and slammed it home. they shot 74% in the first half. second half, it is a 27 point lead. tyler hawes hits the three. one of 15 byu threes . cougars win. maples pavilion. stanford opens up pack 12 play against colorado. second half. cardinals leading by just three. amber orange takes off goes down the lane and scorings. 48-47. cardinals win 62-55. finally, lindsay sand the cal women. brittany boyd with the fall away jumper. she will take it. so will cal. boyd had 16 points and 12
rebounds. they go onto win it by the count of 67-49. all you ufc fans out there quickly. john jones over daniel cormier. >> i'm so glad you got that in. thank you very much. we'll be right back. bulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life. bulldog: we need your help to do more. give at mattressdiscountersdogs.com, or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people
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>> bad, bad week for bullwinkle. still no sign of the moose that was cut off the eucalpytus tree. people would decorate it for various occasions for events. but vandals came in with a chain saw and chopped it off. someone created a paper mache head and put it on the tree. not the same thing. >> our next newscast is tomorrow at 7:30. >> goodnight.
hey, jake, why don't you tell grandma about what you did on your spring break? bad idea. what? nothing. i just saw that they're moving the l.a. gardening exposition from the shrine auditorium to the convention center which i think is a very bad idea. thanks for the update. go ahead, jake. tell grandma. jake: it was really cool... hang on a second, jake. i'm not sure you understand how serious this gardening thing is. it's a really bad idea. i get it. bad idea. go ahead, jake. i went camping with grandma and grandpa. we slept in a tent we cooked on an open fire and we went hiking and we saw a bear. you let him spend an entire vacation with his other grandparents and i haven't had him for one night? oh, bad idea. ♪ men, men, men, men, manly men, men, men... ♪ ♪ men. ♪