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now at 5:00 and streaming on cbsn bay area, a housing battle. why the moms living in a vacant oakland home are not taking the offer of new housing from a judge with a possible showdown looming this morning. 49ers' fans watching anxiously last night to see who their team will play in the next round. what they're saying about the big match-up against green bay with a trip to the super bowl on at stake. and puerto rico continues to rattle after several major earthquakes this morning. how california quake experts plan to help the country recover. good morning, it is monday, january 13th. i'm anne makovec. >> i'm michelle griego. kenny is off this morning. but mary lee is here, she's in the weather center checking our forecast. hey there. >> hey michelle and anne. good morning to you. happy monday. and we are starting off the day with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in th40s. watching our next weak weather system that will bring some light scattered showers as early as late this afternoon. but really for this evening we're going to time it out for
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you on futurecast coming up. but here's a live look with our treasure island camera and right now 37 in santa rosa 40inivermore and mid 40s concord and san jose and upper 40s for oakland as well as for san francisco. taking you through the day, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. daytime highs in the mid- to upper 50s. but i'll let you know and time out for you when we'll see those scattered showers later today coming up. gianna? all right thanks mary. to the roadways right now we saw minor delays along the eastshore freeway. we had reports of broken down vehicle possibly some debris in the roadway. it's eastbound 80 so it's no really inthe commute rection. so not really slowing you down westbound but eastbound we are seeing some stop and go conditions because of this. right around cutting boulevard. that number two lane blocked because of this stall. and debris in the roadway. so just a heads-up if you plan on taking 80 through there. other trouble spots northbound 101 at university avenue. a lane is blocked there but really not affecting the traffic very much. light in both directions there and i am getting first reports of an accident on 87 near sky
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port. but by the looks of it. things are at the limit both directions along guadalupe parkway. in matter of hours, the battle between some moms in oakland for a real estate development company. it's taken to the streets as they face eviction. just a short time from now. kpix 5's jackie ward joining us live now from west oakland with more. jackie? >> reporter: anne, the moms who live here say yes, they realize they're facing an eviction but they are not going down without a fight. you can see that they have big banners out. drumming up support from everyone in the community. judge patrick mckenny recently ruled oakland moms for housing must leave the home they took over in november. they never had a lease or permission to live there. it's owned by wedgewood propertyings out of southern california. over the weekend the developers offered to pay the families to move out. and shelter them for the next two months. the moms called this an insult while sam sanger the
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spokesperson for wedgewood properties says the judge ruled appropriately. >> there's a moral and ethical and a legal point that's vital. the squatters had no moral, legal or ethical right to this property. >> reporter: dominique walker who petitioned the court to stay in the home had this to say in response. >> this is what we're up against. a corporation who would put mothers and eir ilen out onto the street. thinking that it is the moral and right thing to do. >> reporter: now keep in mind, that was what dominique said before the moms had received an offer from wedgewood that would take care of their housing for two months. but even after the group has said that the offer is disenginous. so today and every other day this week the moms are asking people to be out here from 6:00 in the morning until 6:00 at night to support them staying in this house.
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live in west oakland, jackie ward, kpix 5. drove through parts of the south bay early this morning. the magnitude 3.3 quake was centered about nine miles southwest of gilroy and it hit just before 3:00 this morning. no reports of any damage or injuries. 49ers' fans are saying bring on the packers. their square off on sunday in the nfc championship game on the niners' home turf. the faithful. they kicked -- packed the pub in san francisco last night. they were joined by local seahawks and packers' fans watching green bay beat seattle 28-23. many 49ers' fans were relieved to see the packers win. the last time the two teams met at levi's stadium. the packers dominated winning 37-8. this time a trip to the super bowl is on the line. >> they murdered us earlier in the season. yeah. so we'll see what happens. you know. i'm going to keep my expectations in check. just -- i believe, i believe. >> ooh that's going to be a tough game. definitely. >> yeah, we were at the last
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niners and packers' game. and didn't go so good. so little bit nervous. >> tickets on the secondary market for next sunday's game will not come cheap. on stubhub, the cheapest ticket for standing room only starts at about $500 with fees. on sunday, it's the 49ers and the packers in the nfc championship at the stadium. kickoff is at 3:40. and don't forget to send us photos in your best niners' game. we want to see them. just use the #kpix on facebook, twitter or instagram. happening today, secretary of state mike pompeo is visiting the bay area. he's going to be meeting with tech companies and foreign counterparts from japan and south korea. bay area agenda includes a pair of appearances today. first he'll deliver remarks to students at stanford. then he will speak at the commonwealth club in san francisco. and we're going to have full coverage of both events on kpix 5 and and streaming on cbsn bay area. taking a live look at capitol hill this morning in
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washington, d.c. the senate is expected to vote on a measure to restrict president trump's ability to take more military action against iran. house lawmakers passed a similar measure last week. at the same time, a rash of protests have flared up in iran. that's after the iranian military admitted it shot down a civilian jetliner. new u.s. sanctions on iran are in effect and president trump vowed never to let the country have nuclear weapons. >> back in northern california, this morning, placerville police are calling the death of a missing 11-year-old boy suspicious. roman lopez was last seen at his home saturday morning. hours later police announced he had been found dead. during a news conference yesterday, police released few details and took no questions. investigators were seen at the family's home where neighbors say they had just recently moved in. a southern california f's d being struck by a car. dozens of law enforcement vehicles formed a procession to honor 12 year veteran of the
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force and amber joy leist a mother of two. officials say she was stopped at a red light yesterday morning when she saw a woman stumble as she tried to cross the street. she got out of the car to help and was hit while returning to her vehicle. the driver remained at the scene. the crash remains under investigation. and an uber driver in southern california is under arrest accused of raping a passenger. the victim says she had been drinking and had called for a ride to fontana. she told police she either passed out or fell asleep in the car and then woke up to find the driver assaulting her. >> it's obviously more safe to call a friend or call one of these services to give us a ride home. it's more safer. that's what we think. in this case, it didn't happen that way. >> the driver told police the sex was consensual. but he was arrested on rape charges. uber issued a statement saying what the rider reported to police is extremely disturbing and has no place in our
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community. when we were made aware of the incident we immediately removed the driver off the platform and stand ready to work with police on the investigation. a live look from san francisco. a pilot program is set to cityhall where all water coolers will now offer tap water. this will replace the use of bottled water as part of the program, tap water will be provided and reusable containers to nine departments at city hall. the water supply is collected from yosemite and protected watersheds in alameda and san mateo counties. i'm katie nielsen at the live news desk. problems in new york city this morning. check out this water main break. a massive underground pipe broke about two and a half hours ago sending rivers of water down the streets. this is right near lincoln center if you are familiar wiar you casee crews on the scene this morning. we have been told that some of
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the subways are not running in that area due to flooding. emergency crews also checking some of the building to see if there's any flooding in ntme back to you. more earthquakes are shaking puerto rico. last night a 4.6 earthquake rocked the island after about ten minutes there was a 4.4 magnitude quake. the aftershocks followed a 6.4 earthquake last week that caused schools, homes and other buildings to collapse. now an elite disaster response team from california is on the island to help with the recovery efforts. >> we're heading to an area where there's a significant number of aftershocks occurring every day. so safety is paramount for our team. we're going to have folks working with state officials and san juan, puerto rico. >> the team of 31 disaster response specialists will be in puerto rico for the next two weeks. they specialize in emergency management and engineering, safety assessment and debris removal. crews are still on the
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scene of a massive fire that ripped through several buildings in new jersey. the flames broke out last night forcing over 100 residents to evacuate. officials say at least five buildings were consumed. preliminary investigation shows the fire might have started on a piece of new construction and it then spread across the street to some businesses and two homes. no serious injuries were reported. time is ten minutes after 5:00. and still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area -- >> breaking up with your phone in 2020. next, some tips for cutting back that screen time. and flooding and mudslides all due to heavy showers. coming up, the shocking amount of rain in parts of hawaii that it's seen in just the past two days. well back here in the bay area we're tracking our next weak weather system that will bring some light scattered showers back to our region. we'll time it out for you on futurecast, coming up. we're starting to see that morning drive getting busy especially at the bay bridge. plus we'll check the travel times in the south bay. we tried to get the politicians
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the arts lost about $11,000 in tools and equipment after the break-in. the intruders ended up cutting their way through the wall this past weekend. despite setbacks the cyber dragons are even more determined to do what they love. >> our software team is doing everything they can to rewrite all the code that was lost when the computers were stolen. >> one of the biggest silver linings is the rallying of the community. you know students in other robotics teams alumni, colleagues of parents, they've all stepped up. >> the students set up a gofundme page and have recouped some of their losses. they hope to convince the school to let them move into a more secure facility. experts say americans spend up to four hours every day on their phones and that comes out to 48 days per year and it's something many are hoping to cut down during 2020. tech live columnist jennifer jolly says it can all start with just one phone free activity each day.
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>> so i say go a step further. do one thing every day where you don't take your phone. whether that's going for a walk, a run, going to the gym, reading a book. meditating. whatever it is that healthier habit, it can start with five minutes a day. it then can become ten minutes and you can work up to an hour. but do that one thing every single day where you don't take your technology. >> jennifer also recommends looking up your screen time in the settings on in phone to see where most of your time is going. and coming up at 6:00 we'll hear more from jennifer about how we start spending too much time on the phone without noticing. when you track it right it makes a huge difference? >> you might be surprised about how many times you actually look it. you waiting in line somewhere. anything. >> all kinds of reasons why. >> old school watch. >> my batteries dead. am i still on? i'm sorry. >> having some technical difficulties gianna. >> hello.
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i have friends. i have friends. >> i'm with you. i have the phone off my wrist though. >> i have a watch. but not like -- you know. i don't know. sometimes it's useful i think the reading the book idea is great. that's what you need to do >> funny it bookstore. okay. all right to the roadways right now to the bay bridge. westbound we are seeing the traffic conditions getting slow and go westbound. those metering lights now been turned on. live shot here, very slow conditions just beyond that 880 overpass. a few extra minutes if you take the bay bridge. on the lower deck we had reports of a trouble spot spot getting on the bridge heading into the oakland area now been cleared out of the lanes. overview here of the maps as you head along the bay area here. 101. not too bad. we still have the trouble spot near university but really not causing many delays this morning. and looks like traffic ty we had e earlier accide orshould s
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vehicle with some debris in the roadway eastbound 80 right at cutting boulevard. looks like that's been cleared out of lanes because now we have everything in the green and speeds clocking in at about 62 miles per hour. so looking much better along the eastshore freeway. westbound no delays right now. things pretty quiet there. there's a crash on the parkway southbound at airport parkway. it is over to the right shoulder not really causing any delays there. it's still very early and again 101 out of the south bay. that there's a crash near lawrence expressway but still moving at okay at the limit there going northbound 101. 85 to the 682 and 280 split about a seven minute drive time and look at this. everything in the green in the san jose area. no delays on 280 northbound as you work your way through downtown san jose. now we have some activity on 680 near crow canyon. this accident to the right shoulder. but looks like things are still moving okay in both directions. but mary when i left the house moing i had a few owers in the ea overnight. this morning d thwe have another chance to see some more showers for us as we head through the evening with
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another weak little weather system for sure. here's a live look with our salesforce tower camera looking south and we're seeing temperatures in the 30s in the 40s denitely a cool to cold start to the day. santa rosa you are down to 36 degrees this morning. 42 live employer and 44 for you in concord and 46 in oakland. san jose you are coming in at 45 and san francisco at 48. there's hi-def doppler radar and you can see for the most part, things have quieted down for sure. although you can see some light showers pushing across the peninsula right over highlands and grabtown there. and that's pretty much about it. so your weather headlines, partly to mostly cloudy skies today. and then with that weak weather system bringing some light scattered showers this evening and i'll show you that on futurecast, i'll time it out for you. a stronger storm system arrives wednesday night into thursday and that will bring widespread rain. even moderate to heavy rainfall for the middle part of the week. so we have that weak weather system and timing it out for you, for today, looking at
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partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies as we head through the afternoon. here we are at 3:00 p.m. you can see some light showers starting to push in across the far north bay this e arthis evi pushing into the san francisco area. this is at 7:00 p.m. and then light scattered showers looking ahead to tonight. this is at 10:00, 11:00 p.m. it continues through the overnight hours and we're going to start off the day tomorrow with maybe an isolated shower expected for tomorrow morning. but otherwise we're going to see partly cloudy skies for your tuesday. rainfall amounts looking at anywhere from .1 to about a quarter inch of rain. with our weather system tonight. and then that stronger storm system arrives late wednesday into thursday. and that will bring that widespread rain but for today, looking at daytime highs seasonal for this time of year from 56 in los sunnyvale and 57 in concord. 56 in pleasant hills. san francisco you will see a high of 55 also for berkeley. 56 in oakland. and for san leandro and topping
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out at 51 for cloverdale. here's the extended forecast. and what you can expect as we are looking at mostly cloudy skies on wednesday. and then late wednesday into thursday, that widespread rain with that stronger storm system a break friday and shower chances on saturday. all right. mary thank you. parts of hawaii are still underwater after intense rain over the weekend. >> the national weather service says parts of the state received about 30 inches of rain within 48 hours. those heavy downpours led to rescues. flooding and a long list of road closures. other issues of course downed trees and mudslides. the flash officials on high flwatch mains in effect for the entire state of hawaii. until this afternoon. officials urging people to be prepared in case that situation gets worse. >> yeah, the rain totals there shocking this morning. >> yeah the big island they saw anywhere from 24 to 30 inches of rain. and that is again just in the span of two days. >> yeah. it's amazing. time now 5:20. still ahead on kpix 5 and
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streaming on cbsn bay area -- >> meatless meat worth all of the hype? why some experts say it might not be as healyou think. and dozens of dollies, why dolly parton look alikes flooded one town this weekend in the midwest. looking good. and taking a live look at the golden gate bridge this monday morning. looking gorgeous. not a lot of fog to speak of. and coming up at 7:00 on "cbs this morning," a look at the first damage of the iranian missile strike. plus why health officials say we are on track for one of the worst flu seasons. and the queen's emergency meeting about the future of the royal family. america isn't just sick of donald trump, america's getting sicker. there are one million more uninsured americans every year under trump. and he's repeatedly tried to repeal obamacare. mike bloomberg will make sure everyone without health coverage can get it,
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some health experts say some meatless meat products might not be as healthy as we think. in order to give them the textures and flavors we love, some producers have to e pattiecan also behigh in saturated sodi with meatless burgers becoming more popular on menus experts say you should remember to double check the nutrition facts. >> it's important to help people make good informed choices. and also just to keep in mind
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that just because something has kind of a health halo effect doesn't necessarily mean it's a healthy food. >> vegetarian options like black bean or soy based burgers can often be healthier than meatless products. dozens of dolly parton fans gathered in mississippi to celebrate her birthday over the weekend. the highlight of the celebration was a dolly look alike contest. check it out. the fifth annual dolly festival brought people from far and wide to downtown bay st. louis. some people got dolled up from head to toe to look like the backwoods barbie like they call her. as for what inspires dozens to do up their hair like dolly, some believe it to be her phenomenal personality. >> dolly is very genuine. she's down to earth. i think she's a sweet compassionated person. people are up for whatever. >> it's awesome. there's a lot of enthusiasm behind the crazy ideas we put together and it's just fun.
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>> so fun. now parton's actual birthday is january 19th. but the celebrations kicked off early. a portion of the proceeds from this weekend's event will benefit parton's imagination station. and that provides free books for children. in just a few hours, the queen of england meeting with her family to discuss megxit. harry and meghan leaving their royal duties. and we are live in west oakland this morning where a group of moms and their kids face eviction any day now. supporters already here this morning to show that they stand with the moms. and don't forget we are streaming now on cbsn bay area. you can find us on, what'd we decide on the flyers again?
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now at 5:30, and streaming
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on cbsn bay area, a live look are r people are already aliving for a demonstration in oakland. the morning why dozens plan to protest a judge's decision in the next hour. and more police on your train ride. the new team that starts working to keep people safe today. >> good morning everyone, it is monday, january 13th. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec. it's 5:30. time to get a quick check on our monday morning weather fo m >> good morning anne and michelle. boy already monday. we had great weekend and we are tracking a few weatr systems that will bring the return of the wet weather to us as we look to the week. for today partly to mostly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. and upper 50s inland. later on this afternoon. so 55 in san francisco. 56 in oakland and 58 in san jose. topping out at 57 for concord. so tracking a weak weather system that will bring some light scattered showers as we head through the evening. we're going to time it out for you on futurecast. to let you know when you will
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see that wet weather coming up. gianna. things are getting busy out there on the roadways. most of the trouble spots are actually being reported in the south bay. we've got an accident on 17 as well as 87. and looks like 101 starting to bog down just a bit as you work northbound out of morgan hill. let's check on the trouble spot on 17 as you work your way northbound right at the summit. getting word of an accident there and not too far from the northbound 17 just south of idyllwild, we have reports of an accident where a vehicle is facing the wrong way. and at least that right lane is blocked there. so heads-up as you go through there. take a look at traffic along guadalupe parkway. southbound at 87. that accident right at airport parkway. starting to see some slight delays both directions because of that. it isn't blocking lanes though, that's the good news, right now 101 looking okay from the connector at 87. new clues being released in the shooting deaths of two young boys in union city last year. a neighbor's security camera captured flashes of gunfire
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early november 23rd outside searles elementary. an 11 and 14-year-old boy were killed sitting alone in a van at 1:30 in the morning. neither of the boys attended the school though one was enrolled at another school in the district. investigators now released the description of a car they want to find in connection with the case. police now say they are looking for a silver sedan, similar to toyota camry or corolla. this morning, hayward police are still searching for a gunman in the city's first homicide of the year. a man was shot at around 5:00 yesterday morning on osage avenue that's near 880. he was pronounced dead at the scene. so far police have not released his name nor a description of suspect. >> reporter: i'm jackie ward live in west oakland on magnolia street in front of the house where the group called moms for housing live with their kids. they face eviction any day now. but they're holding their ground and asking for the community's help. you can see that some supporters are already out here this morning. sitting anding at the front
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steps and a judge recently ruled the moms and their kids must leave the west oakland home they took over in november. they never had a lease or permission to be there. the home and land are owned by families to move out. and shelter them for the next two months. the moms called this offer an insult rather. the movement is supported by multiple oakland city council members including nicky porch that toe base. >> the oakland community land trust stands ready to sit down and negotiate with you. >> reporter: today and every day this week, the moms want supporters to show up at 6:00 in the morning and to stay here until 6:00 at night so as you can see behand me, there are people that have already started arriving. we expect this crowd to grow even more as the morning and day goes on. we'll be continuing to bring you live updates. in west oakland, jackie ward,
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kpix 5. new this morning three people ended up in the hospital after being rescued from a house that caught fire in santa rosa. it happened last night after 9:30 on oak street just north of highway 12. santa rosa fire officials say while they were trying to douse the flames, a live power line snapped and was dangling in front of the house. slowing down their fire fighting efforts. after about 20 minutes, they were able to put out that fire. no word yet on what sparked the fire. arson investigators were on scene and they say it's not considered suspicious so far. i'm katie nielsen at the live news desk. happening in just a couple of hours, the queen of england will be meeting with her immediate family to discuss prince harry and meghan markle's decision to step back familywould prd. but wants this issue resolved in days, not weeks. the duke and duchess of sussex made the announcement last of a
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feud between the royal brothers. no word yet on when an official statement will come from the palace about how this issue is being resolved. back to you. developing news out of the philippines. nearly half a million people are in the danger zone of an active volcano spewing ash and steam on nearby villages. a lightning storm lit up the sky in the philippines over the weekend as thousands of people left their homes amid evacuation orders. though it is one of the world's small stablingtive volcanos, sunday's rumbles send aswirling cloud of ash nearly ten miles into the sky. manila's airport was shut down with hundreds offlights canceled. >> i understand that. but of course it's -- i'm not happy about it. but what do you do? >> some towns are in the dark from power outages. government work and schools are all suspended. they have raised the danger
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level around the crater to level four. and that means a hazardous eruption is likely. no injuries have been reported so far. in the midst of the wildfires in australia, workers are delivering some much-needed help to animals there. the national parks and wildlife service air dropped thousands of pounds of vegetables across new south wales. that state is one of hoardest hit by the wildfires and also a natural habitat for brush tailed wallabies. workers are monitoring that area trying to protect the wallabies from predators. and some california firefighters are headed to australia to help out in the battle against brush fires. reach out worldwide is one of the nonprofit groups sending our firefighters down south. justin hester is a firefighter and paramedic from pasadena. he's going to be creating fire breaks in australia as part of a five person team. >> and then bring that experience and training here to our department and city as well. four kids and a wife at home and i got to talk to that chief
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first before i'm able to do whatever it is i want to do and pursue my passion in life. >> that firefighter already volunteered for hurricane relief in puerto rico. california firefighters who work with reach out will not be deployed to the front lines this time. severe thunderstorms are expected in the region later this week. >> this morning, muni is investigating its first fatal accident involving a train in about two years. the agency says a man was killed at bay shore and sunny dale yesterday morning. he had apparently climbed over the safety straps and onto the coupler between cars when the train started to move, he fell off and was struck by the second car. muni said in a statement quote -- the operator appears to have had no knowledge of the collision adding another openlator called to report the body in the track way. also said we seasoned our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the man struck. happening today the new strategy. for a safer transit system.
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a new team of 12 sworn police officers will be dedicated to riding trains and walking platforms on nights and weekends on b.a.r.t.. the team will supplement the newly approved ambassador program involving unarmed that app to pay for your daily parking. riders can select the station where they parked and input the parking space number and then pay for their ticket. the numbers are in. we are tracking big job growth for women in the work force. diane king hall has the details on that story and more in today's cbs money watch report. good morning. >> reporter: good morning michelle, girls, who run the world. i'm going to bookmark that and come back to that. all right stocks pulled back from record levels on friday. yeah you nailed it. the dow though dropped 133 points. the nasdaq gave up 24. futures are indicating an upbeat open. stocks in asia rose this week's signing of phase one of the trade deal between the u.s. and china.
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the agreement set to be signed wednesday will ease some tariffs. china has also agreed to increase purchases of u.s. agricultural goods. and women outnumber men in the work force for the second time of the 145,000 jobs gained in december, women picked up the vast majority of them at 139,000. that gain means women now make up slightly more than 50% of the work force. quickening job growth and health care in education is leading to the gains and economists say the gender gap is also narrowing because more women than men are getting a college degree. michelle? >> diane i have to tell you that kenny is off today. so it's all the ladies in the studio here. along with paco our floor director. we can't forget him. but yeah i know the ladies. all right. okay. so this is a big question because i didn't really even know about dry january but apparently this is a thing. orplcommitted to
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staying sober during the month you can cash? >> here's the deal. swedish beverage company looking for two highly experienced party animals to promote the nonalcoholic spirit. if selected you will be paid $50 an hour to pre-game and party with mock tailings of course. it's in sweden with travel accommodations included. you have until february 29th to apply on the company's website. >> i think we volunteer for the study. >> true. you don't even have to volunteer. just apply and get paid. they'll fly you over and you know. just got to be able to stay up all night. >> wow, there you go. i you this we can do it. >> we can do that but don't sign me up to be dry. no. >> that's true. >> you have to be dry. you have to be dry. it's a dry deal. >> all right. diane i don't know about this now. okay. have a good one. i'm out. i'm out. >> i know you are out. now to the update on the big auction we told you about on friday. a famous mustang has sold for
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millions of dollars. that was the 1968 ford mustang gt steve mcqueen drove in the movie "bullet." it sold for $3.4 million at auction in florida. that is most for a mustang at auction. still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area -- >> two different side shows shut down traffic. we have the wild video for you, next. plus, credited with helping save his species. meet a tortoise who's been very busy keeping his species from going extinct. oh my goodness i love it. all right, well we are starting off the day with partly cloudy skies. and we're tracking our next weather system so catching a bit of break for now. but i'll let you know when that wet water will return for us. i'll show you futurecast coming up. we've got o trouble spot along 17 in the south bay. plus seeing
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intense video of wild side show indownen the city. dozens of people gathered around a fire as people. s stuns around them. the viewer says the group lit an old christmas tree on fire and it's unclear if any arrests were made. and we have a new video of another side show. this one is in west oakland. this was sunday afternoon on campbell street and west grand
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avenue near interstate 880. police eventually showed up and broke it up. just about quarter to 6:00 now. and is the city of oakland clearing out homeless encampments effectively? or wasting public money? that's the question the city auditor is now facing. oakland is launching an audit of homelessness services this month. it's going to determine if the homeless encampment clearing process complies with city policy. they'll also determine how many encampments there are and if the city is wasting public money with its current approach to dealing with them. >> and if you go to an encampment and someone who doesn't have shelter, it's not -- we're not successful right now. >> you know, it would be nice if people would treat us like we're equal to them. and maybe you know, it wouldn't be as stressful for us or we wouldn't feel like we can't -- we would feel like we can do it. >> kpix 5 reporter susie steimle will take a closer look in the continuing series project home tonight at 11:00.
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new this morning, tohelped species from extinction by having hundreds of babies. >> oh, yeah. his mission accomplished. he is retiring as a stud and is being returned to the wild. die yay go the tortoise was shopped to the islands from the san diego zoo as part of a breeding program in the 1960s. there were just two males and 12 females of his species alive on the island. well, diego who's at least 100 years old. he's still got it. he joined 14 other male tortoises to help boost the population to more than 2,000. that's amazing. >> wow. diego. >> go. >> he's the man. >> he's been very busy. >> but hey. got the job done. >> yeah. he did. so much we can say on that one. all right. we are going to focus on the roadways right now. the bay bridge and metering lights are on and traffic and definitely packing up. in fact i'm going to get a
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report of a crash just past the toll plaza there on the westbound side. the commute out of oakland heading into san francisco look at this live shot. yeah it's very busy there as you work westbound. backed up just beyond the overpass. maybe the foot of the maze. but a slow ride there. your approach is still holding steady. no delays on the eastshore freeway. that west 580 commute also looking okay as well. a close eye on that and to the south bay. lot of stuff going on here in the south bay. northbound 17 at summit road we have a report of an accident. one lane blocked here. busy anyway north of there for a second trouble spot. this is just as you work your way out of lexington hills area. we've got a crash here where a vehicle facing the wrong way also blocking that right lane. so making this very busy as you work your way northbound 17. so keep that in mind if you are commuting out of the santa cruz mountains this morning. things are bogging down at the 280 and 680 connector. northbound 101 just past there. there's a crash at lawrence
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expressway. also accident clearing southbound 87 guadalupe parkway. not causing too much of a problem but south of there where i show youd the delays on 101 traffic still moving okay in the south bay there. not quite the case though through the altamont pass. out of tracy. ere we have a crash just before mountain house on the westbound side of 205. stay slow just past grantline but no delays to the dublin interchange. 41 minutes, 205 to 680. here's mary with the forecast. okay gianna welcome to a new workweek and we are looking at the next weather system to bring some light scattered showers as early as this evening. then a stronger storm system as we head through the middle part of the week but right now you can see some patchy fog pushing across the bay. and you can see for the east bay, those foggy conditions and i'll show you the visibility in just a moment but temperatures are running in the 30s and 40s. one of the coldest spots santa rosa you are down to 36 degrees. 42 livermore and mid 40s for you in concord, san jose. and oakland. and looking at 48 for downtown
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san francisco. so here we go. we did have some showers that pushed through the bay area overnight and you can see that's pretty much wrapping up on hi-def doppler radar this morning. let's check the visibility because we are looking at five miles in oakland and six miles in hayward and down to a quarter mile for santa rosa this morning. as we look to our afternoon, your weather headlines, partly to mostly cloudy as we go through the day. and then that weak little weather system will bring light scattered showers as early as this evening. anu just widespread rain could see windy conditions as well and that's wednesday night into thursday but here's the satellite and radar view with the weak weather system that's going to be pushing across the bay area. time it out for you taking you hour by hour and you can see this afternoon, we are looking at mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. and a few showers starting to push in across the far north bay by this afternoon. through the evening you can see
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the light scattered showers pushing into the san francisco area. and then light showers continuing as we head through tonight. this is at 11:00 p.m. we're going to see some showers overnight and then things pretty much wrap up as we head through tomorrow morning. will see snow up in the lo sierra with a winter weather advisory for the west slopes of the sierra and the tahoe ghest of sn so sunrise at 7:24. and our sunset at 5:12. so daytime highs seasonal for this time of year, we are looking at 58 in san jose. for concord, 57. mid 50s in san francisco as well as for oakland. and topping out 56 for windsor. there's that extended forecast. we're looking at showers again this evening. partly cloudy on tuesday. and then that stronger storm
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bringing the rain and the wind wednesday night into thursday. michelle? all right, mary thank you. the world war i drama "1917" is topping the weekend's box office. it brought in more than $36 million in its first weekend. it defeated disney's star wars rise of sky walker. that came in second with $15 million. third was sony's "jumanji" with $14 million. >> and ariana grande has apparently buried the hatchet with the recording academy. she's returning to the grammy awards following last year's dispute with the show's producers. she posted on social media she will be performing at e grammy awards on january 26th. the 26-year-old pop star has been nominated in five categories including album of the year and bekpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area -- a lost ring back on missin
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also coming up, how a man who found it in 1999 helped get that ring back to its rightful owner. so many years later. and before we head to break, here's a live look outside at the richmond-san rafael bridge. it's 5:52.
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>> in 1996, jeremy godsey from new castle. indiana lost the brand new class ring and assumed he would never see it again. that was until a message popped up on his phone just a few weeks ago. somehow the ring made its way 300-miles to tennessee in the hands of a boy who was 10 at the time and had no idea how to return it. as he grew older he found the ring in the closet and decided it was time to track down the owner. >> got online and was searching for chrysler high. and new castle popped up. c and he -- he looked up names for me and i narrowed it down to the jeremy godsey. >> pretty cool. he says since he received ring, he has been wearing it and has not takegosh the power of social media. >> i know. because when it was lost, the social media wasn't going on. so. >> absolutely. >> now you can find things. so awesome. >> it is amazing.
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oncbsnbay area a live look in alameda county this morning. where they are rallying for moms facing eviction. we'll take you there live for more on why they say they are not leaving without a fight. and 49ers' fever in the bay area. this morning how fans are
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reacting to the big showdown ahead of a possible trip to the super bowl. we are keeping our fingers crossed. good morning everyone, it is monday, january 13th. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec. in for kenny choi and let's go right over to mary lee before we kick off this morning for a look at the monday forecast. >> happy monday to you anne and michelle and we have partly cloudy skies to start off the day and also some patchy fog. so catching a bit of a break from the showers as we go through our day today. but then tracking our next weather system that will bring some light scattered showers as early as this evening. but for this afternoon looking at partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies. mid 50s for the coast and for the bay. and we're talking upper 50s inland. so seasonal daytime highs. 5 in france and 58 in san jose and 58 for concord. time out the showers for us on futurecast coming up. gianna? all right it is getting busy out there the monday morning. hitting the roadways in the south bay a couple of hot spots to report that ride on northbound 17 slow and


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