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down a span for several hours shots fired overnight on a busy bay area freeway, prompting police to shut down for several hours, during the morning commute. good afternoon. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. that span is back open at this time. the victims wasted no time in getting their wounds treated. >> reporter: bullet casings
littered the freeway at 280 and alemany, where chp officers shut down southbound lanes. officers comb the freeway for evidence. as they investigate the freeway shooting. >> the three parties that were at the hospital, all suffered with what was deemed to be a nonlife threatening injury. and some are, i believe, one or two are still there for treatment now. but will be released soon. officers say the two were riding together in a black escalade around 3:00 a.m. when they were shot at. the victims continue taking themselves to the hospital. investigators interviewed the victims at the hospital. we interviewed those parties. they all indicated they did not see anything. they're not speaking to why they were shot at. and so we are going with what we have right now. which is no information on a suspect vehicle. with no suspect information, chp investigators say it's unclear if the
shooting was targeted. >> reporter: all lanes of southbound 280 are back open now. meanwhile, investigators are asking anyone who may have seen the freeway shootings to contact chp right away. in san francisco, jessica flores, kpix 5. the mavericks big wave surfing contest near half moon bay is on hold. the world surf league was hoping to hold it tomorrow. but the wsl says the waves just aren't there. they've delayed the competition at least until thursday. and neda is tracking these big bay area waves. >> yeah, the waves are -- [ inaudible ] >> how is that? the waves are big. they're just not as -- sorry about. that they're just not as big as what they need for maverick. here's our high-surf advisory. looking at ocean beach. and definitely, things are churning up out there on the water. and we have an advisory. until 4:00 tomorrow. look how big this swell is expected to get. 15 to 18 feet this afternoon.
with some areas, 18 to 20 feet. it's big owl -- out there. beach erosion, all likely while we're under in high surf advisory. extended until 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. what we're watching out there today is the hazy conditions. we had a lot of fog this morning. and now we are seeing visibility still low. hayward down to 5. livermore 5. concord, 4. it's nowhere near as bad as it was earlier. but santa rosa, still 2 1/2- mile visibility. there's a spare-the-air alert. and no wood burning stoves allowed. if you have today off and had outdoor plans, you're sensitive to those pollutants, may want to limit your time outdoors. i'll drag the rain forecast for you in a bit. a shift in the search for four people, still missing after last week's deadly mudslide. crews are now transitioning from rescue to recovery mode. and candlelight vigil last night. the death toll from the
mudslides now stands at 20. cleanup and search efforts are continuing around the clock. crews are focused on the difficult task of finding the bodies of those still missing. one survivor described the moment the mud overtook its home. it was coming up the stairs. it blew out walls. >> i looked. and i went, we can't get in the car. it's being swept away by five to six-foot wall of mud debris. >> it is acting as a catch basin. massive amounts of mud and debris, preventing more extensive damage beyond it. the head of the state's emergency services is making a stark comparison between the two historic california fires. he said that cleanup from the wine country fires is the largest one since the great earthquake and fires in san francisco, back in 1906. since october, more than 1800 lots in the north bay have been
cleared of approximately 1 million tons of debris. and all work approved under a debris and ash removal plan must be approved by today. or property owners will be subject to enforcement by the county. when it comes to flu season, this appears to be one of the worst we've had in a long time. since it started in october, 42 people under the age of 65, have died in california. this same time last year, the number was only 9. in the bay area alone, more than a dozen deaths have been linked to the flu this season. mostly in contra costa and santa clara counties. at an urgent care clinic, doctors estimated up to 80% of the patients they saw over the weekend were there because they had some type of flu-like symptoms. president trump is spending the holiday had at his mar-a- lago home. >> down on several levels. there is a big deadline coming up on friday.
for lawmakers, racing to hammer out deals on a budget and immigration reform at the same time. as president trump pushes back on claims that he's a racist. >> i am the least racist person you have ever interviewed. that i can tell you. >> the president says he never used a vulgar term to describe haiti, el salvador, and some african nations, during a meeting about immigration. and two republican senators are backing him. >> i'm telling you, he did not use that word. >> i didn't hear that word either. i certainly didn't hear what senator durbin has said repeatedly. >> reporter: democrat dick durbin was also in the room when the president made those comments. >> what the president said in that meeting was so awful and so impactful on so many people. that when he denied saying it, i felt duty-bound to clarify what actually happened. >> reporter: the president and congressional leaders appeared to be making progress last week on daca, to protect immigrants brought to the u.s. as minors. but this controversy has
derailed negotiations. this morning, the president tweeted, honestly, i don't think the democrats want to make a deal. they talked about daca. but they don't want to help. we are ready, willing and able to make a deal. but they don't want to. democrats could demand daca protection in a budget deal to prevention the government from running out of money and potentially shutting down. >> i, for one, will not vote for government funding until we get a deal on daca. >> and today, demonstrators across the country are using the mlk holiday as a chance to protest the administration's immigration policies, there are several planned here this the bay area. here's one last night, in oakland, where more than 100 people gathered. many of them from el salvador. they just had their protected status revoked by the white house. >> all right, anne. thank you. new at noon, people are also using this holiday to celebrate. many bay area residents hopped
onto caltrans train to honor the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr. riders boarded at san jose. and took the train to san francisco. 1200 signed up for the free ticket and the free ride. the riders received mlk activity books, quizzes on history. some say it's more than a train ride. it's a symbol. >> it's a message of unity, for one. in today's date. we have to get over controversy and war. but everybody coming over together. the bay area is showing the world that we can come together. >> and once in san francisco, riders will march the yerba buena arts center. 50 years after dr. king's death, they are hoping a new exhibit will make dr. king's poor people's campaign a reality. mola lenghi shows us the push to end mofferty. >> we -- poverty. >> we are going to walk,
nonviolently, and peacefully. >> reporter: most people remember dr. martin luther king, as a leading civil rights leader b. you he -- but he was remembered as being a champion of the poor. >> he believed in social equality. >> the civil campaign launched by dr. king in 1968. the campaign put a face on poverty. a face that could have been any color. that concern sparked a movement that created resurrection city. >> reporter: dr. king encouraged people from all over the country to take part in civil disobedience. clearly, it didn't end poverty, but it did shine a spotlight on it, providing a moment where the despair of america's poor could be seen. >> i will give my full time to the campaign. and most of that time will be spent in washington. >> reporter: for six weeks, a
tent city occupied acres. national mall. >> muddy. dirty. it was intense. but it was the comradery. the brotherhood and the sisterhood was just amazing. >> the poor people's campaign got lost, during a tumultedious year -- tumullous -- tumultuous year. dr. king's death sparked riots nationwide. and massive anti-vietnam war protests were taking place. >> the fear that people had for the country and for each other and all was very much like the fear that people are stirring up right now. >> the nationwide movement that dr. king had dreamed of, stalled. a crisis millions still face today. mola lenghi, cbs news, washington. events are planned at the king center in atlanta, to commemorate dr. king's death in
early april. still ahead, hotels are implent -- implementing tighter security. why it could mean a change of privacy to guests. and panic in hawaii, after a false alert after a missile strike. we'll take a look inside the command center, as that -- that sent out the erroneous message. cbs eye on the community...
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so the next a growing number of hotels are tightening their security measures. so the next time you check into one, you may have less privacy. the walt disney company has recently begun replacing do not disturb signs with room occupied signs at its resorts. that means hotel staff can enter guest rooms for almost any reason. the move is in response to the las vegas massacre in october,
where gunman steven paddock fired from his hotel room, killing 50 people. investigator says he hung a do not disturb sign on his door, as he amassed his arsanle. -- arsanle. >> the longer you -- arsenal. >> the longer you leave that, the more time it allows to plan for an attack. >> they plan for more security whenever they see a do not disturb sign for more than 24 hours. marriott and hyatt are also looking at their policies. false ballistic strike over the weekend has been reassigned in the operation center. the alert, telling people coto come to shelter, causes widespread panic. david begnaud went inside the command center. >> reporter: the panic was palpable. hawaiians rushing for cover under the threat of a missile attract. -- attack. this man was huddled inside a
closet. 55 people called hon lulieu's -- honolulu's 911 system. >> it's a mistake. >> vern miagy said one of his employees clicked the wrong button twice. he was supposed to click the one for drill. instead, he clicked the real thing. this was the alert heard across the island. >> a missile launched. this is not a drill. >> with -- all due respect, are you sure this is an accident? >> yes. i know the valid. -- individual. >> but why did he hit it twice? >> the man who has worked for the agency for 10 years was sitting here whether he pushed the wrong button. he realized within the first few minutes that hoo had made a mis -- that he had made a mistake. but it took 38 minutes to get the alert out saying it was a
false alarm. >> congresswoman was one of the first to correct the error on twitter. >> 38 minutes of terror for the people of hawaii before this message went out saying false alarm. >> reporter: people were confronted with this question. what would you do if this were the real thing. >> wake-up call. wait a minute. i don't know what to do. our opportunity is to reach out and get the information to the people. >> reporter: the governor says the next time they practice these drills, he wants two people to be involved in the process. david begnaud, cbs news, honolulu. let's take a live look outside. the rain is expected to hit the north bay first tonight. we are looking forwards marin now. a bit hazy at this time. we'll check in with neda for more. >> definitely is hazy out there. can't even see the golden gate bridge. we are seeing a little more particulate matter in the air. high-def doppler showing the rain. well to the north of us.
but it has made landfall. all morning, it was off the coast. you can see it right there. still north of yuky a. but redding, red bluff, chico, expected to get rain. and we'll see this work its way down, further south toward the bay. also, of course, the ocean is pretty active. pretty big swells. up to 10-foot swells. the surf is up today. remember tomorrow, we have a high surf advisory in effect. and the rainfall, especially going to impact the north bay. but it's not going to be too big of a storm. the rest of us may just get a few hundredths of an -- few hundredths of an inch. right now, temperatures look like this in the mid- to upper 50s. 59. in san jose. and 57 in san francisco. livermore, 56. sunrise tomorrow. 7:23 in the morning. most likely, late tonight, early tomorrow morning. that's when the rainfall will reach us. our afternoon highs look like
this. upper 50s and low 60s. 62 in livermore. 60 in san jose. 60 for san francisco today. a few degrees above average. but here's your future cast. but as far as rainfall goes. here we are at 3:00 p.m., we'll stat to -- start to see the north bay getting a little rain. that's coming down as i showed you up near garberville. could work its way down to sonoma county. and a bit of a stronger band will come through. of course, it's going to hit the north bay first. because it's coming down from the north. by the time morning rolls around, we may just get a very light drizzle across the rest of the bay area. again, maybe a few hundredths of an inch of rain. but to the south bay, looks like barely anything. if you get any rain, it will be just a few drops. future cast showing that it's a lot weaker of a system than initially expected. then another one right behind it. again, rain chances through the night and tomorrow. but another storm comes down from the north on thursday into
friday. that storm will be a colder and wetter storm system. snow levels could drop as low as 3,000 feed. for the high elevations. we could get a foot, foot and a half of snow, across the ski resorts, by the time friday rolls around. and look at the ski temperatures. we'll go from the 60s to the 50s. we'll be back after the break.
the cranberri the music world is heartbroken this afternoon. lead singer dolores reardon of the cranberries has died. according to her publicist, she was in london. in for a recording. we do know the cranberries' 2017 tour was cut short because of her health. best known for hit songs like zombie, linger and dreams. a new hero from the d.c. universe. rocky thea sat down with cres williams. the actor behind black lightning. >> black lightning? >> yes. >> you have to represent the black man, the black family, the black father, the black superhero. >> yeah. >> this is huge for you. i can imagine, there is a lot of pride, but also pressure. >> i think ultimately, i kind of wanted some of that pressure. the thing is, when you get down
to work, it's just about that work. but it's as the opportunity as an actor we always feel. i'm responsible to create and breathe life into a 3- dimensional character. i've been focused on that. then there's these moments outside of the day-to-day, doing the work. where i realize, the other things, the big scope. and i just get overwhelmed with gratitude. >> black lightning premieres tonight at 9:00 p.m. on our sister station, kbcw44 cable 12. and a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or question, you can e-mail us at cbs sf.com. or call the hotline. that's 888-5-helps you. we'll be right back.
naval orange -- navel orange. they're going to get bigger, sweeter, and less expensive. but for now, they're not that bad. in fact, the crops this year, this time, probably a little better than it was last year at this time. which is great for all of us. a little less expensive. and less sugar. when you buy them, make sure they nice and orange like this all the way around. like citrus, the heavier, better. less pulp, more juice. smaller peel. great more orange. when you bring them home, always throw them on the counter. never, ever in the
refrigerator. navel oranges, the number 1 consumed citrus in the u.s. for years. and it's easy to peel, fresh and tastes great. on friday, we saw tony using that kale as a pocket square. >> naval orange. [ laughter ] >> it's good to eat, though. a lot of people have the sniffles and stuff. >> good idea to eat some oranges. >> where does your mind go? >> i don't know. it's noon. we're done. have a great day, everyone. [ laughter ]
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