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at north texas to see ohio upset the oregon ducks 42-20. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." >> touchdown ohio state! good morning i'm juliette goodrich in for michelle. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now 6:00. police suspected trouble. they were right. kiet do is at san jose police headquarters. the club was warned about potential violence. >> reporter: the san jose police department's vice unit saw this coming. they warned the club owner about the potential for violence. highly recommended to them to hire more security but witnesses say security was lax. the drama all caught on video from multiple cell phones showing r&b star chris brown
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smiling at first, followed by gunshots. the security team then rushed him off stage. the crowd went into a frenzy shoving people to the ground and then trampling then. one woman who ran into the refrigerator for protection from the flying bullets says there was practically no security. >> no tickets check, no id check, barely a patdown. oh, my god, it was terrible! screaming, running, crying, terrified. >> reporter: five people had non-life-threatening injuries. san jose police say the club owner appeared to hire more bouncers and investigators are looking into whether he did. chris brown will be back in san jose on march 6 at s.a.p. center. the city is waiting to see how this case shakes out before they make changes to the security detail. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> oh, man. going to be stuck here. and he was stuck there. take a look at cell phone video of an illegal sideshow that
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brought traffic to a halt in oakland. a car spun donuts in the middle of interstate 880 on sunday afternoon. chp believes the sideshow part of a hip-hop music video. oakland hip-hop artist known as young chop says he was making a rap video on sunday but that the sideshow did not happen at his direction. all right. 6:02 now. no sideshows this morning. clean out there. keep it clean. >> except for the fog making things look dirty right now over at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's also causing a bigger than usual backup. 6:02 already stacked up through the maze at least 25 minutes to get on the bridge. they switched on the metering lights around the usual time but the commute really started to pick up yesterday. we were thinking that the week after the holidays might see the usual traffic but it was monday when we finally started to see the bigger backups to the bay bridge. so kind of a repeat of that today unfortunately and you got some fog to deal with coming into san francisco. so chp issued a number of dense fog advisories one for the bay bridge and then another one early this morning for the san
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mateo bridge, the dumbarton. so far traffic is moving okay though out of hayward. livermore valley more problems now. first started with the stall in the altamont pass. westbound 580 at north flynn that's gone out of there all lanes back open. but now there's a new crash westbound 580 at north livermore avenue so it's just kind of slow from end to end from 205 out of tracy straight down toward the dublin interchange. the drive time is 22 minutes. i have a feeling that's a jump here as long as that accident is still blocking at least one lane. that's your latest "kcbs" drive to work. another check of your forecast. a mild day on tap. >> i find this a very interesting view. good morning, everybody. it's from sutro tower. it's live, it's our weather camera looking towards the city of san francisco west. you can see a layer of fog hanging tight over the city and the bay bridge so you see where the fog is gathering. visibility limited to a quarter mile in the oakland area. san jose a quarter mile
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visibility near mineta international airport at 45 degrees. some of the fog streams all the way into saratoga. 43 and clear in concord. 24 hours ago we were socked in. fog is not as bad, not as widespread as yesterday. it's dense but isolated. it is not a "spare the air" day day. a little pollution in the atmosphere today, though. temperatures into the 50s and 60s. northeast winds 5 to 15 miles per hour makes a difference. we are getting a little bit of air flow today. but the air becomes a little more stagnant on wednesday through friday. chance of rain sunday and month. california's attorney general, kamala harris, will formally announce plans today to run for the united states senate. she try to win the seat being
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vacated by barbara boxer. the news came a few hours after another prominent democrat, lieutenant governor gavin newsom, announced he is not running. here are other democratic challengers. former l.a. mayor antonio villaraigosa. retired san francisco hedge fund billionaire tom steyer and alameda county congressman swalwell. a man under arrest in bulgaria. the frenchman believed to have links to one of the two brothers suspected of killing brothers at charlie hebdo in france. an arrest warrant cited links to a terrorist organization. 6 cell members may still be at large. the four people killed last week in the attack on that kosher supermarket in paris buried today in israel. the prime minister benjamin netanyahu and other public figures gathered in jerusalem to pay their respects today. the bodies were taken to israel
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for the funeral amid concerns over increasing anti-semitism in europe. the pentagon is dismissing the hacking of u.s. central command twitter and youtube sites as annoying vandalism. hackers say they attacked on behalf of "islamic state" militants. they seized control shortly after centcom posted information on "islamic state" positions in iraq and syria. the white house is unconcerned. >> it's a significant difference between what is a large data breach and the hacking of a twitter account. >> the pentagon says military operations were not compromised. hundreds of people turned out to remember four men who were shot and killed in san francisco. kpix 5's andria borba reports, a lot of officers were on hand last night because police were very concerned about the
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possibility of retaliation. >> i lost a soul, my father and a child. >> reporter: inside this center was a memorial to four killed in hayes valley. >> this was my third nephew that was murdered. >> reporter: -- and rallying cry to end the violence. >> this is not about the cameras. this is family business. >> right. >> family business. and if you are not going to take responsibility when you know the folks who are committing these crimes if you are not going to make sure we can get these guns off our streets, you're just as guilty. >> that's right! >> so i gonna speak what i feel, i gonna speak the truth. >> reporter: eli crawford former gang member now motivational speaker saw all four men in the tenderloin a short time before the shooting friday night. >> that night them last folks them was the last four young men i spoke to, and they
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imprinted in my mind, they imprinted and it ain't going nowhere. >> reporter: after a crowd they went to the crime scene where the men were found by sfpd in a stolen car with two guns inside. >> my nephew was not a thug, not a gangster, he is just somebody that made a mistake and made a decision to do something he shouldn't have done. >> they don't have hope. some of them are lost and they need us. >> reporter: in the shadow of the candlelight memorial though this message was found slipped underneath windshield wipers. four criminals honored by the african-american community? are you kidding me?! andria borba, kpix 5. >> and police tell us there are still no suspects in that case. time now 6:08. about 2600 mental health workers will continue a week- long strike against kaiser permanente today. the workers include psychologists, therapists and social workers.
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the union claims kaiser has been understaffed statewide for years. it also claims kaiser has not budged on its positions after four contract negotiations sessions last week. >> kaiser wants to bring the standards down in terms of salary and benefits and the productive up and they basically want to create a sweatshop mentality in their healthcare system. >> management says it's a employ for higher salaries. -- a ploy for higher salaries. thousands of nurses and nps have scheduled a strike for january 21. the contra costa county supervisors are expected to rescind their pay hike. the chairman will put the item on the agenda calling or supervisors to reconsider a 33% raise they gave themselves last fall. it provoked a backlash. union members delivered thousands of signatures last week calling for a referendum on that big raise. san francisco landmark is scheduled to be closed today
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for a second straight day. coit tower and a surrounding park will rented out so a company can use a drone to shoot a commercial there. the faa requires the public to stay at least 200 feet away while a drone is filming. it's expected to re-open tomorrow. denver broncos defensive coordinator del rio scheduled for another interview for the raiders head coach. he is having a second interview. he is from the area. his parents are season ticketholders. the 49ers will interview adam gase for a second time today. nfl network says the 49ers are pushing hard for mr. gase. time now 6:10 on this tuesday. a california lawmaker is leading a push to officially recognize cheerleading as a sport! why that could affect high
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school athletes of all kinds. >> a man in the bay area could score a free dinner in tokyo. the unusual offer from a san francisco woman looking for a date. >> six days away from a holiday and we have rain in the forecast. we'll have that pinpoint outlook straight ahead. >> and it looks like it's an unusually slow ride. unfortunately, because of a now cleared accident. it's all happening in the livermore valley along 580 plus that fog to start off your morning commut
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i saw a commercial that said you can save $500 by switching to progressive. that was me, mom. [ laugh ] i thought you said "that was me, mom." [ laughter ] good morning. welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news." fog at the bay bridge. quiet weather through the rest of the workweek as the storm track stays to the north. we'll talk about your daytime highs today as the news continues. 6:14. developing in southeast asia,
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divers have recovered the second black box in the airasia plane that crashed. the cockpit voice recorder was freed from under pieces of a wing about 100 feet below the surface of the java sea. this keem just a day after the flight data recorder was also recovered. the devices which are actually orange can provide a second-by- second timeline of what happened on december 28. new on this tuesday morning, a state lawmaker wants to make cheerleading an official school sport in california. democrat lorena gonzalez of san diego says the time and the physical requirements are at least equal to some traditional recognized sports. gonzalez is a former stanford university cheerleader. if her bill passes, it would create new safety guidelines for cheerleading training and could lead to changes in athletic department funding. calling single men a contest in the bay area for the perfect date. immediate nerd girl stephanie
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robesky of san francisco. self-proclaimed nerd girl. she scored a reservation for two at a top rated restaurant in tokyo and has no date. >> so i was sitting around with friends and i just thought it would be fun to put it on my website and open it up and see if anybody would maybe want to come with me. >> all right. so to win you have to be a single man, local, intelligent, tall, attractive. >> wow. >> between 28 and 46 years old. >> frank's out. >> she will even pick up the tab. [ laughter ] >> frank's out. oh, man. she will pick up the tab on the dinner but the flight and hotel is on you. mike sugerman is married so he is just doing the story right there. he is not trying to work t [ laughter ] >> and stephanie will choose interest dozens of candidates tomorrow. >> you get a dinner and it's nice to meet you see you later and you have to pay for your flight and hotel. >> depends, if you're a good date, do you get a see you
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later? >> it's up to stephanie. san francisco giants fans have something to do before spring training begins. the team is taking all three of the world series trophies on the road for the next couple of months. lines formed at the plaza in concord yesterday. it will be on display today from 4 to 6 point guard matchup p maybe amonth away from spring training. >> weather and traffic. here's elizabeth wenger. >> some of your cameras may be fogged over. >> you stole my thunder. [ laughter ] >> you can -- [overlapping speakers >> this is one of our busiest commutes out the door right now. clear in pleasanton the backups are bad right now in the altamont pass and livermore valley. we had a couple of earlier incidents that stalled slowed down traffic from 205 to north
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flynn. it clears out a little bit. still sluggish. another traffic jam in the livermore valley from first to north livermore avenue. this accident is still there but it is on the right-hand shoulder. and then again, slow-and-go all the way out to the dublin interchange. so this is the foggy conditions that roberta was talking about. we can barely see traffic. it's actually -- this is actually clearer than a half- hour ago. we can at least see some taillights leaving hayward. dense fog advisory in effect by chp for the san mateo bridge, bay bridge and dumbarton bridge. northbound traffic heading into downtown oakland, as you can see, the drive time still looks great between 238 and the maze. what's going on with all this fog? let's check the forecast. here's roberta. it's actually not as widespread as yesterday just 24 hours ago but where we have the fog is pretty dense in those locations. visibility down to an 8th of a mile at the approach to the bay
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bridge. the visibility is limited in the city of san francisco. san jose currently has temperatures in the 50s and a quarter mile visibility as well with the fog. i wanted to share the wind speeds at this hour because this is notable. it's slight out of the east in san jose and 2 in fremont but we have been been calm for days us this the pollutants get tracked close to the surface and that's why we have "spare the airs." we have a wind up to 7 in santa rosa but this is realtime information that wind is relaxing but because we have a bit of a breeze, how gentle it is, well, that leads us to no "spare the air" day today albeit moderate a little tinge and haze in the atmosphere still. this is our satellite and radar. no precipitation in the state of california. this area of high pressure has nudged ever so slightly east. therefore, we are returning more to a north and northeast flow. blowing those pollutants towards the open waters. high pressure will stay put.
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not going anywhere. so we will return to stagnation on wednesday through friday. hazy at sfo. no reports of airport delays yet. chicago 14 degrees above zero. snow in new york. 60s the highs today except along the coast into the 50s. slight chance of rain saturday through monday. sunday is your best bet at this particular time. and that is your tuesday forecast p. all right, ro. thanks so much. coming up more cases of measles are diagnosed in connection with an outbreak at disneyland. where the dise
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good morning, everyone. how will history remember barack obama? now, sure he did a few things like kill osama bin ladenner, he had that national healthcare
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thing, but historians i think his crowning achievement one so great he may eventually be chiseled on to mount rushmore. >> i think it is about time that we had play-offs in college football. >> that is bipartisanship, folks. first national championship in football ohio state looking for its 8th, oregon looking for its first. late first half, 14-7. joins powers in, two touchdown lead at that pointp at that point. 3rd quarter 21-10. myota to marshall, 70-yard school. ducks still quacking at 21-17. then three minutes later jones to avoid pressure drops the football. armistead falls on it for oregon. and that lead to a field goal to make it 21-20. ducks down by just one. ohio state runningback ezekiel elliott scored from eight yards out giving the buckeyes the
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lead. elliott rushes for 246 yards and four touchdowns. ohio state wins 42-20 their first national championship since 2002. elliott already looking to repeat. so it is the first time in the history of college football that there was a play-off national championship. right now, four teams, how long before it takes? national coaching search for the 49ers and raiders continues. update at 6:00. have a great day. play of the day, nba, the orlando magic in chicago watch this. >> channing price, oh! >> that was a big win. the orlando player with the impressive dunk. the landing we'll give low marks. right on his back side. not so graceful but a nice dunk as the magic beat the bulls 121- 114. the play of the day. a new ad campaign on bay area buses has some members of the muslim community feeling
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uneasy. coming up, the creator's response to accusations that she is promoting violence. >> reporter: new details about that shooting involving r&b star chris brown in san jose. i'm kiet do with a live report on how san jose police warned the
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expect it. >> and it is really a grind through the livermore area on westbound 580. we'll explain why coming up. good morning. it's january 13, tuesday, good to have you on board, i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning. i'm juliette goodrich in for michelle griego. time now is 6:30. and san jose police are asking for help to find the person who shot five people inside a nightclub. kpix 5's kiet do is live at san jose police headquarters this morning. the club was warned about the possibility of trouble. >> reporter: it was crazy. one woman ran across a blooding floor into a refrigerator this as san jose police warned beforehand that the club should hire more security. [ rap ] r&b star chris brown was in the middle of performing his first song of the night when he saw a fight in the back of the club. ♪[ music ]♪ [ censored ]
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>> reporter: his grin disappeared when gunshots rang out. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: the security team ushered him to safety. the crowd went into a frenzy scrambling to get out of fiesta nightclub. >> oh, my gosh, it was terrible! screaming, running, crying, terrifying. >> reporter: 24-year-old katie was in the third row about six feet away from brown when she was pushed to the ground. she shows us bruises from being trampled before she ran into the kitchen. >> i just started walking -- i work at restaurants before, and i know how thick the doors and walls are he so i ran in there because i knew that like if the door was closed the bullet can't get through. >> reporter: she heard several more shots before she made it out safely. >> it could have been prevented. >> reporter: san jose says it warned the owner of the south san jose club about the potential of violence before the show, the san jose police warned them. fiesta was a last-minute venue after the theater backed occupy.
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katie had paid $100 for a vip ticket. >> no ticket checks, no id checks, barely a patdown. >> reporter: police are looking at whether management took necessary precautions. five people shot with a nonlife threatening injuries. police detained and questioning a couple of people but then released them. there are no suspect this is custody. they say if you know anything, if you saw anything, if you have any video, call san jose police. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> hundreds of people gathered in san francisco to honor four men killed over the weekend. the men were shot to death in hayes valley. three were from san francisco. and one from antioch. last night's gathering was a memorial for them and a rallying cry to end the violence. >> if you are not going to take responsibility when you know the folks who are committing these crimes, if you are not going to make sure we can get these guns off of our streets, you're just as guilty. >> there are no suspects in friday night's killings. there were extra officers for
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last night's memorial because police worried about the possibility of retaliation. new on this tuesday morning, the number of measles cases linked to disney parks in anaheim is 26. state department of public health says all but four patients are from california. two new cases are in alameda county bringing the total there now to three. most of the patients visited disneyland or disney california adventure between december 15 and the 20th. others may have gotten the illness from others who had visited that park. that is kind of crazy. you and i were discussing this before christmastime how measles are running rampant in the nhl. it started with the anaheim ducks and spread to new york and -- >> sidney crosby got it. a lot of players. >> maybe they caught it internationally playing during the summertime. >> right. >> well, okay. [ laughter ] >> wash your hands. >> get a vaccination. >> get a vaccination. >> let's do some weather. good morning, everybody. wash your hands before you head out this morning. here's what will greet you. we have some areas of fog.
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so far no reports of any local airport delays as we take a bird's eye view towards sfo with overcast skies. currently 49 degrees in san francisco. temperatures are stacked up in the 40s across the board. we do center an 8th of a mile visibility in oakland. concord is clear. santa rosa is clear. san jose has about a quarter mile visibility at this hour and once the fog lifts we'll have a little tinge in the atmosphere in the form of haze today. moderate levels of particulate matter close to the surface but it's not a "spare the air" because we don't have unhealthy levels of the pm. today with the sunshine our temperatures averaging a good four to five degrees above normal. 56 degrees in pacifica. 65 in oakland. low 60s at napa across to sonoma and glen ellen. willow glen, saratoga, los gatos, san jose all around 63 when typically you should be right around 58 degrees this time of the year. stagnant air and also stagnant sunshine through about friday. we bump up the cloud cover.
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we have a chance of rain over the weekend. elizabeth, fog causing problems? >> yeah. >> it's been foggy and difficult to see some of our traffic cameras today. i want to he somehow the worst commute in the bay area. and it's actually a camera we can see near dublin-pleasanton, it's a agreed. that drive time is so bad out of the altamont pass already up to almost 40 minutes between 205 and 680. you can see gridlock through the livermore valley with an earlier accident and stall. they are clear and everything is either gone or off to the right-hand shoulder so it's kind of a slower-than-usual commute and we are not even quite at 7:00 yet so here's a live look at the bay bridge of the for the second straight day westbound 55 is backed up through the 24 interchange. we have haven't been able to say that for weeks since before the holidays. but now commuters are finally heading to work, school, where you're going into san francisco. the metering lights are on. and yes, we have dense fog advisories here at the san mateo bridge, dumbarton and bay bridge.
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that's your latest "kcbs" drive to work. back to you guys. 6:35. california attorney general harris is going to announce her plans to run for u.s. senate today. she will run to fill the seat being vacated by barbara boxer. it it came after lieutenant governor newsom announced he is not running. and new this morning, a passenger is dead and dozens are hurt after some heavy smoke filled a subway tunnel in washington, d.c. some cell phone video showing the scene. take a look on board a metro train yesterday afternoon. the train stopped several hundred feet short from where the cables along the tracks were arcing, filling that tunnel with a lot of smoke. federal investigators say an electrical problem along the third rail could have been to blame. >> in certain cases, that arc can start sort of feeding on itself and it actually generates gases that are more conductive. >> there was so much smoke that
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one passenger died two other people right now in critical condition. in new york city this morning an underground fire near penn station is affecting the morning commute. the fire broke out before dawn at an underground construction site at 34th street and 8th avenue in manhattan. no damage to platforms or tracks but commuter trains are being diverted to some other stations. the four people killed last week in the attack on a kosher supermarket in paris were buried today in israel. prime minister benjamin netanyahu and other public figures gathered in jerusalem to pay their respects. the bodies were taken to israel for the solemn funeral ceremony and concerns over increasing anti-semitism in europe. we have a sneak preview of this week's cover of charlie hebdo and as you can see, the french satirical magazine isn't backing down. the cover in fact shows the prophet mohammad holding a "je suis charlie" ("i am charlie") sign with the caption, all is forgiven [ in french ] they plan to print three million
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copies. critics say ads appearing this week onch is muni buses promote hate against muslims. mark kelly spoke with a woman behind the campaign. >> reporter: hitler sitting side by side with the leader of the muslim world. it reads, islamic jew hatred. it's in the koran. >> the point of running that photo is to show that this image in the muslim world goes way back. >> reporter: the president of the american freedom defense initiative created the ad. they are also in new york and washington, d.c. geller says the killings in paris last week show how urgently her message is needed here at home. >> in order to raise awareness about the nature, about the magnitude of islamic anti- semitism, a grim reality that is nearly universally ignored. >> reporter: some people we talked to say this ad could do exactly that. while others say freedom of
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speech reigns supreme. >> something will happen. i don't like it. >> what do you think when you see this ad? >> i really don't feel anything. you see worse things. >> reporter: mark kelly, kpix 5. >> the council on american- islamic relations is denouncing the ad. muni apologized but said it could have been sued if it hasn't displayed. it will be up for the a month. a woman accused of hiding a toddler with a tie iron is set to ender a plea. maria garate was arrested after the attack at the story road walmart. she faces charges of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. she could there is face hate crime enhancement because of anti-asian comments she allegedly made after the attack. it is 6:39. a bay area man looking for his stolen dog is getting some very high-profile help. how a story turned into a sensation online. coming up. >> also, a pair of climbers in yosemite are almost within
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good morning. welcome back. taking a look at temperatures where you live, san mateo with the forecast high today of 60 degrees. northeast winds at 15 around cupertino at 62. good morning, san jose. your average high is 59. instead, today 63 up from yesterday's high of 61 degrees. forecast highs today throughout the tri-valley with moderate air quality. it is not a "spare the air" day. and as we shift around to the northern portion of the bay area, we have patchy fog. clear in santa rosa. forecast high of 63 degrees. san francisco average high 57, but instead, 61. oil prices are down and
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that's good news for commuters. >> here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. a lot of us commute. >> reporter: that's right. most of us do around the bay area. good morning, juliette. good morning, frank. and oil prices falling below $45 a barrel for the first time in six years. this as the united arab emirates will increase production thinking they will out last shale oil drillers in the u.s. who may not be able to stay in business if oil falls as low as $40. it's been a huge help at the pump with gas prices down but we may not be so fortunate with airfares. airlines have raised fares due to rising oil prices. but a research company believes airfares will not go down in 2015 thanks to higher demand for flying in the united states and southwest ceo said recently that he doesn't want to take passengers on a roller coaster of air prices changing by the day based off where oil prices
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are headed. good news from small business owners. the national federation of business says that its optimism index hit an 8 year high in december. that's also helping out the stock market which is rally big time this morning after another day of losses on monday. let's take a look at the big board see how we're doing so far. dow is up by more than 260 points. nasdaq up 68. s&p is up by 25. juliette and frank, back to you. >> guess if you don't like the stock market just wait a day, it's like the weather. >> reporter: big changes lately. >> over 200 points. thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. time now is 6:45. a san francisco man's search for his dog has turned into an all-out social media blitz. someone stole david baker's 50- pound pit bull mochi from his apartment. he first put out a lost dog poster and then turned to facebook, twitter and instagram and things really took off when green day front man billie joe armstrong shared the instagram photo with half a million
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people. >> to me, it's a kidnapping. that was my child and it's taken away from my house. >> the thief also got away with two bicycles and a laptop. remember those climbers on yosemite's el capitan? they are on the edge of history this week. their climb almost complete after a couple of weeks. they could reach the summit tomorrow. the two men are about to become the first people to ever climb the wall using only their hands and feet. the ropes and the gear they are using is not for climbing. safety measures only to keep the men from plummeting to the ground. so this is a photo of the supply team. it's getting ready to bring necessities up to the climbers. food, water, batteries, and an all important bottle of tub of whiskey which the climbers say is at dangerously low levels. >> oh, really? for the climb. >> got to have the whiskey. [ laughter ] >> i'd be scared out of my wits. let's see. out the door we'll show you the bay bridge. it's a rough start to our
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morning commute. i'm sure the fog is not helping the community in the area. some of the approaches are slow. 580 is heavy from 24 and the eastshore freeway, i'm going to show you some of the sensors. it's jammed up speeds below 25 miles per hour from albany straight into emoryville. at least once you get on the bay bridge itself everything looks clear once you get past the metering lights. there is a fog advisory for the span. here's a live look at 880 in oakland. just a little while ago we could barely see traffic because the fog was blanketing our camera. now it's looking okay near the oakland coliseum, and airport. taillights are northbound heading into downtown. we can finally see a little bit of traffic in the milpitas area. it was completely black earlier because of the fog. westbound 580 a little sluggish. this is usually right around the time of the morning we begin to see those backups from 880 to zanker road. we were just getting word of a crash coming into san mateo. five to six cars involved one lane is blocked it's a southbound lanes of 101
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approaching hills day. slow from 92. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. it's not a "spare the air" day today. good morning, everyone. but we do have fog to deal with as you head out. this is our live weather camera looking out towards sfo where so far, we are not seeing any reports of any local airport delays but we'll keep you posted. meanwhile temperatures in the 40s across the board from 42 in santa rosa with clear skies, 43 and clear skies also in concord. but oakland reporting visibility down to an 8th of a mile in some locations. san francisco has some overcast conditions and livermore is clear at 47 degrees. so the fog this morning is more widespread. but those areas where we do have the fog, it is very dense. i wanted to share this with you. this is really important. we're talking about the winds and you know, there's not much of it out there calm in oakland and san francisco. that's where we have the areas of fog, as well. but where we are picking up a gentle breeze as in concord and also in berkeley, that's what's
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really helping blow the pollutants out towards the ocean and that's why we don't have a "spare the air" day. calm winds now in napa but we had a wind earlier today up to 7 miles per hour. so we have the patchy fog out the door. we have no "spare the air" day but we'll still have some moderate air quality so a little bit of a haze in the atmosphere and then we have a chance of rain coming up on saturday through monday. right now the computer models are backing off that because high pressure is huge. it's a dome, it doesn't want to go anywhere so it's deflecting the storm track well to the north of the bay area. 62 sacramento. 67 in monterey. 30 going up to 50 in the greater lake tahoe area. sun-up. 5 degrees above normal and our average temperature this time of the year in san francisco is 57. going up to the low 60s. there's that shot of precipitation. last week's consumer
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electronics show in las vegas revealed major trends. we have cnet's senior editor to break it down for us. tell us about it. >> reporter: it was fun. there were a couple of things that really stood out. one is going to be really disruptive to tv. it's called sling tv. so this is by the same people who do sling box. but it's its own thing. it's going to bring live tv shows to screens that you already own. so this could be your xbox, roku player, your ipad or any android tablet. it's going to be about 12 different channels for $20 a months and you can buy add-on packs say for the sports pack or if you want -- >> up to $100 for everything. >> this is aimed at people who don't want to use paid tv who can pay $100, $200. it's very basic and -- >> all wi-fi? >> yes. it's on devices that you already own. so that's one major thing.
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and that's coming out later this month. >> tell us about the printer. this xyz printer is crazy. >> we saw a food printer. so a 3d printer is kind of the big thing right now. and you can print plastic objects with them. with this one, you can actually print food. so you can make cookies, you can make cakes, you can make pizza. it's sort of like those play- doh extruders you had as a kid but instead of a shape you squeeze out there are all of these modest and objects and it already knows how to map the shape so you can make a cookie in the shape of a dragon. >> was it tasty? >> i hear it tastes pretty good. >> all right. >> looks good, tastes good. okay. then also you're talking about the twin wash? >> yeah. so lg has this cool thing where you can basically add a drawer to the bottom of a front loading washing machine and it will wash a delicate cycle so you have your major heavy soiled clothes going and then you have a sub-washing machine underneath. so that's kind of like a cool
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fun theory. >> we have video of it. >> could have used it after -- [overlapping speakers >> how about mercedes? they made some headlines down there, too? >> they did. so there is a whole movement for self-driving cars right now. and basically self-driving self-parking. audi had one where they sent the car from san francisco to las vegas for the consumer electronics show. these are about three to five years out but we are going to start seeing a lot more of it. it is not just the autonomous car of the future. it's the near future. >> volkswagen? >> oh, well, they are all working on things like this. >> okay. they are too. >> so yeah. so self-parking, and then autonomous driving. >> i think we'll need more insurance. when you park the mercedes versus the volkswagen, the self parking would be more insurance for the mercedes. >> i wonder how much insurance would you need for these self- driving cars? >> you do need to have an
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autonomous driver's license so there's an extra step. it won't be just hopping into a vehicle and okay, car, take me. >> that will be the day when you drive up to a signal and hey, where are you? >> thank you. we'll be right back. search teams find another key piece of evidence in the investigation into the airasia plane crash. the information it's expected to provide. we'll be right back. you can find a new frontier. there's nothing stopping you and a lot helping you. technology that's with you always. this is our promise. it's never been better to wander because wherever you go, you'll find us doing everything we can,
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terror attacks in paris last week. israeli prime minister was there to comfort families of the victims killed in the kosher supermarket. investigators now think six people were connections to the plot may still be on the run. also divers have recovered the cockpit voice recorder from the downtown airasia plane. this came just a day after the flight data recorder was also recovered. the devices will hopefully provide a second-by-second timeline of what went wrong before the crash. things get out of hand in columbus, ohio, last night. thousands of ohio state students and fans in the streets to celebrate the team's big win in last night's college football championship game against oregon. police used tear gas to dispersed rioters. also, california attorney general kamala harris is expected to announce a run for the u.s. senate today. harris will try to win outgoing senator barbara boxer's seat in 2016. yesterday lieutenant governor gavin newsom announced he will not run. and 26 people are diagnosed with measles in connection with an outbreak linked to disneyland.
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three of the cases are in alameda county. most of the patients visited disneyland or disney california adventure park between december 15 and 20. and i'm kiet do live in san jose with more new details about that shooting over the weekend involving r&b star singer chris brown. san jose police department's vice unit had warned the club owners of a fiesta about the potential for violence and how they needed to hire more security. but witnesses tell us security was lax. the gram la was caught on video -- >> reporter: the drama was caught on video from multiple cell phones showing chris brown smiling at first followed by gunshots. his security team rushed him off stage and the crowd went in a frenzy shoving people and trampling then. one woman ran into the refrigerator for protection and says there was no security. >> no ticket checks, no id checks, barely a patdown. oh, my god! it was terrible. screaming, running, crying,
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terrified. >> reporter: five people suffered non-life-threatening non-life-threatening injuries. the club owner appeared to hire more bouncers but investigators are looking into whether it happened. chris brown will be back in san jose on march 6 at s.a.p. center. right now san jose police are looking at what happens before they decide whether they need more security for that event. kiet do, kpix 5. checking your "kcbs" drive to work, we had some updated information on this crash along the peninsula. it's actually farther south. it's southbound 101 at ralston. now two lanes are blocked involving up to 6 cars we have heard and so anyways the delays are now backed up to highway 92. currently we have air temperatures in the 40s and 50s and later today good morning, everyone patchy fog with hazy sunshine no "spare the air" day. 50s and 60s across the board. slightly above average. we have a chance of rain showers by the holiday.
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