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the bay area's deadliest infernos may finally be coming to a close. the plea deal just considered. good morning. it's thursday, january 14. i am michelle griego. >> i am len kiese. let's get right to mary lee with a check of the weather first and some sunshine on the way. it's definitely going to be feeling more like spring as we with all that sun, temperatures will be warming up significantly well above average for this time of year. a live look at san francisco, trans america pyramid there. we are starting thy clear skier the north bay. you can see morning lows down to 40s and 50s as we kick off our thursday. through the afternoon with the sun, 63 in san francisco, 66 sa x 13age with pley strowi ridge of high
in place. let's check with gianna. how are the bay area bridges? is it a quiet commute out there. yes, it is. if you are getting ready to head out early this morning you should be good to go for the most part. no metering lights. so far traffic is moving at a nice pace across the span with no delays into san francisco or at the toll plaza. it is a little foggy but no advisories have been issued. still a 13 minute ride between 880 towards 101. if your ride takes you out of marin into san francisco give yourself 15 minutes south 101 from the richmond san rafael bridge down to the golden gate. >> thank you. taking a look at capitol hill, it is up to the senate to decide whether to convict president and remove him from office. the house yesterday impeached presidcount,
inciting an insurrection. he is first president in u.s. history to be impeached twice. while the trial isn't expected to start until after he is out of office a conviction by two thirds of the senate will likely bar him from running again. the fbi is urging police chiefs around the country to be on high alert for extremist threats. the agency wants officer to his share intelligence on any threats they encounter ahead guinantaardeputies have been assigned to a special task force to investigate tips and leads. the sheriff says contact from a task force member might make someone think twice about carrying out extremist activity. >> if it prevents people from inciting, i think we have done our job. i suspect there will be some inciting. >> you don't want to have the regulations knocking on your door. >> after the main social media
sites kicked out right wing extremists there has been explosion in down loads of other apps with minimal control over content. anonymous tip line has been set up for county task force. we have the number on kpix.com. the coronavirus death toll in santa clara has surpassed 1,000. right now nearly 700 people are in the hospital fighting the virus. across the state, more than 31,000 people have died from covid. to put that in perspective, ara untyjail tual to w coronavirus infections have hit an all time peak over the past week as officials ponder another batch of releasing inmates. just yesterday the sheriffs office reported 109 active covid-19 cases in the county jails, predominantly in the men's jail at the elmwood
correctional. nearly 120 new cases have surfaced since january 5. as for jail staff we have learned they began getting the covid vaccine on wednesday. developing, vaccine roll out in the bay area is not going as smooth as health officials would like. bay area counties are dealing with everything from computer glitches to supply problems. let's go to kiet do who is live at the health department. a sounds like a lot to handle here. headaches all around the bay area. we've got a round up of how the vaccine distribution is going starting right here in the south bay. starting in santa clara, the health department was trying to clean up a mistake that allowed people to log to a website to get a vaccination appointment even though it was not their turn. 100 people showed up at various sites but were turned away. satisfy than a clara has been
working with the state to try to fix this problem. the public heportal that briefly crashed from too many logging onto register for appointments. in sonoma, home healthcare workers were getting first doses in a drive through mass vaccination site at a safe way location. in contra costa, a woman was able to sign up herself and her husband for their doses via the county portal. >> they'll check and see if you qualify, probably double checking your age. they'll send you an e-mail. then they'll send you how to apply for the appointment. >> reporter: state of california has expanded criteria for the vaccine, now open to anyone 65 or older. however, santa clara says they do not yet have the supply to meet that demand and fulfill all the groups for now.
that is the vaccine round up. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix5. in southern california demand for the vaccine is so high the website to make appointments at the disneyland site crashed. orange county's new registration site crashed after 10,000 people signed up to be inoculated. some who showed up without an appointment were turned away and others had to wait in long lines. disney's site is the first of a handful of mega sites planned for orange. find more information on vaccines and a break down of the state's vaccine tiers at kpix.com. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we got this new video of a panel of world health organization scientists arriving in central chinese city of wuhan to research origin of the covid-19 virus that is comprised of ten experts from ten countries. they're going to quarantine before conducting that field
work. meantime, results of an interesting new study, everybody who has had covid-19 is wondering if and for how long they're immune. this study suggests the answer is about five months. that's according to england public health which conducted the study involving more than 20,000 volunteer healthcare workers divided into two groups. one had coronavirus and the other had no evidence of past infection. it concluded the past infection reduces chances of catching the virus again by 83% for at least five months. beyond that, they're not sure. also the study has not been peer reviewed and scientists want to warn even if you are immune temporarily to the virus you can still pass it to other people. michelle. in the south bay, a homicide investigation is underway. there are no arrests so far. it all went down last night near east virginia street. no word yet on a suspect description or a move this is the third homicide of the new year.
new developments in the criminal case of the go ship warehouse fire. we have learned the remaining defendant is considering a plea deal. almena was charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter after the 2016 blaze erupted in oakland. first trial ended with a dead locked jury 10-2 in favor of guilt. now he is expected to plead guilty to the 36 counts next week. he was to be retried in 2020 but the trial was delayed in part due to the pandemic. ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, ambitious new plan to ease the housing crisis. but it is getting push bae nex we are starting our day with mainly clear skies and patchy dense fog as we head through the afternoon with that sunshine. temperatures will soar. we are looking at temps feeling more like spring this afternoon. highs will be in the 60s to low
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as part of ambitious new plan to ease the housing crisis. a new bill would create permanent funding for homeless programs. >> kpix5's susie steimle reports businesses struggling to survive this pandemic are pushing back. >> reporter: as darkness descends on san francisco tonight, the homeless can be found hovering over a new found source of heat. >> it will keep you warm and also maybe if it's wet or damp, it also dries your clothes. >> reporter: tonight peters will sleep on top of the sewer cover to stay warm. the former oakland re injud this way. >> it is dangerous to not know what to do. you can get really burned. >> reporter: this is what homelessness has come to in california, state's seemingly unsolve able crisis.
>> it's time we change our approach and give california a fighting chance to reverse homelessness. >> reporter: lawmakers are hoping ab71 is the answer, a tax on businesses making more than $5 million a year in profits. taxes will go up .8% or more. supporters say it will. the mayor calls it the most inspirational answer to this moral crisis of homelessness that i have seen during my entire career in public service. >> according to the corporation for supportive housing, tax revenue in california is down 50% over the past 30 years. authors of the bill say this intentionally targets corporate tax breaks put in place by trump administration in 2017. >> even if you say it's just going to be on big wealthy
business, the reality is it's going to affect prices for consumers in california and it's going to impact jobs. >> reporter: david cline is a spokesperson for california taxpayers association. cal tax organizing a coalition to oppose ab71. these are businesses writing to the governor saying a pandemic induced recession is not the right time to raise taxes. >> businesses and general public have seen a lot spent on issues that are supposed to solve homelessness crisis and the problem has gotten worse instead of better. >> reporter: rather than wait for solutions, unhoused often create their own turning seish attit none of us better than nobody else. we're all the same. god made us all the same. >> if ab71 does pass it will impact anyone doing business in california, not simply the
businesses that are headquartered here. susie steimle, kpix5. keep sending your stories and ideas to project email@example.com and see all of susie's reporting on our website. happen be today, it's been a little over ten months since sharks last played a game. tonight they'll be on the road. they're scheduled to play nothing but away games until february because of covid in the new 56 game season. looking at chase center, warriors will not play tonight -- they will play tonight rather but not at chase center. instead they'll be in denver against the nuggets. eric pascal will be back on the court. he missed a game because of a positive covid test but it was determined to be a false positive. warriors will not play tomorrow in phoenix. the game has been postponed because suns are dealing with contact tracing. new, ntsb is set to hold a
hearing to determine the cause of the helicopter crash that killed kobe bryant, his daughter, and seven others nearly a year ago. the safety board ruled out but has yet to provida ailure probable cause for the crash. hearing is scheduled for february 9. a push in one city to pump brakes on selling gas and diesel vehicles. berkeley is considering banning sale of cars powered by gasoline, diesel, natural gas by 2027. it would require all new cars sold in a city to be all electric. it would only play to new car sales, not used. city council is expected to address the issue at the next meeting next tuesday. it is 5:16. gianna has a check of the roadways on this thursday morning. good morning.
good morning. let's hit the roads. if you are headed to the altamont pass, you've got brake lights as you work west bound on the 580, 205 connector. it's starting to get crowded. we are seeing slow and go conditions at least to grant line, not quite to north flynn yet but that pattern is starting to emerge for super commuters making their way west bound. we are still seeing green on our travel times. east shore freeway is not bad. west bound 80 highway 4 to the maze, 14 minute commute. road work invallhabeen op. thagn an fbrghys lel 5:00 a.m. taking a look at traffic elsewhere, if you are working through marin, we are seeing slower speeds on 101 as you
head through this morning. we have road work in and around that area but it doesn't look like much of an issue. you get through it quickly if you are headed south bound at least. you see traffic is moving easily across the span into san francisco. that's the case for most bay area bridges though we are seeing a few more cars out there. that's a look at your morning ride. it's 5:18. it's going to be a gorgeous day. >> we'll see plenty sunshine and temperatures soaring this afternoon well above average for this time of year, running from 5 to 15 degrees above average. feeling more like spring this afternoon. a live look with the sales force tower camera as we look east across the bay and the bay bridge, and temps are in the 40s and 50s to start the day. oakland good morning at 54, livermore 53, san jose 47, foggy conditions in santa rosa down to about a quarter mile. dense fog in santa rosa at 50.
let's walk you through the day in san francisco and looking at the sunshine by 3:00 p.m., 63 in the city. as we look to the east bay, oakland topping out at 66, 66 to 67 degrees with that sun and for concord, warming up to upper 60s close to 70 in the afternoon with plenty sunshine. south bay in san jose, topping out at 70 degrees by 3:00 p.m. with that sun. here is the satellite and radar view, ridge of high pressure building in for us, dominant weather feature ere daow inrmi no rain in sight over the next several days. hour by hour on futurecast, you see that sunshine. here we are at noon. as we go through 3:00 p.m. you see that sun. tomorrow, we can see more clouds, again intermittent clouds. then looking at city warm temps
for tomorrow. our sunrise is at 7:24 and sun set is at 5:14. checking daytime highs for south bay, upper 60s, close to 70 for sunnyvale, cupertino, 72 for los gadas. 69 in concord, close to 70 for the tri valley, 63 in daly city, alameda 66, 67 in san leandro and for the north bay, upper 60s to low 70s, 72 in santa rosa and sonoma, 68 napa, 74 for st. helena. as we look to martin luther king, jr. day, it looks very warm, the warmest out of the extended forecast for the coast, low 70s inland with breezy conditions with offshore winds developing. they'll be watching that closely for you. there we go with the extended
forecast staying above average as we head through the holiday weekend and still looking at that sunshine for early next week. back to you. a bay area lottery player waking up a winner. where a lucky ticket was just sold. that's coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. coming up at 7:00, next steps for president trump following his second impeachment. how one business is offering employees extra pay to get vaccinated. elmo answers kids' we'll be right back. ng hoand s
welcome back. 5:24, a live look outside on this thursday morning from our sales force tower camera. you see the bay bridge there, a new day on the horizon. it was another night with no jackpot winner. powerball has ballooned to $640 million. >> so you are saying there is still a chance. yes, there is. check your tickets because one lucky person in the bay area still won big. a ticket sold at paul's market
in san jose matched five out of the six numbers, just missing the powerball. it is estimated to be worth $2.7 million before taxes. we spoke with the store's manager who says it is certainly still something to celebrate. >> i am happy for my store, for the business, for the customer, and for the community, especially this pandemic time. god bless the customer who bought it. >> always nice when people win. there have been 33 powerba row winner. the $640 million jackpot is the 8th largest in u.s. history. winning numbers are 4, 19, 23, 25, 49, and powerball 14. time is 5:25. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, feds urging tesla to recall more than 150,000 vehicles, the
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right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, president trump impeached again. now he is calling on the country to stay catensns ilinov thvaccine is keeping bay area health officials busy. number of americans filing for unemployment continuing to climb. we are moments away from the latest jobless claims report. good morning. it's thursday, january 14.
i am len kiese. >> i am michelle griego. let's get a check of our weather with mary lee. good morning, mary. good morning. are you ready for a warm up? it's coming this afternoon. it is definitely feeling more like spring later today with the unseasonably warm temperatures and plenty sunshine. a live look at san francisco, trans america pyramid. we are starting our day with clear skies and patchy dense fog. morning lows are down to 40s and 50s as we start our day and north bay is dealing with dense fog down to a quarter mile in santa rosa and napa. as we head through the afternoon, check out s,63 san francisco, oakland 66, san jose 70 afternoon, 69 concord, 72 santa rosa. on futurecast you see all the sunshine as we go through our
afternoon. let's check with gianna. it's starting to slow through the altamont. >> that's one of our busiest spots. we are seeing brake lights forming out of tracy. as you work north of flynn, slow and go for super commuters making the trek towards the dublin interchange. expect your travel times in the yellow zone. east shore freeway is still in the green. we are not seeing brake lights on highway 4 yet either and 80 looking good in both directions. this is an area where we've had overnight work and traffic is moving at the limit. we'll get a closer look in my next report. >> thank you. taking a look at the white house, president trump has been impeached for the second time. ten republicans sided with house democrats yesterday saying mr. trump is ultimately responsible for the deadly siege at the capitol last week. >> the terrorists who stormed this building planned to hang
the vice president, kill the speaker, topple our government. >> i am not choosing a side. i am choosing truth. it's the only way to defeat fear. >> a vote to impeach will further fan the flames of partisan division. >> people died because of the big lies that were being told. >> yesterday the president did not address impeachment but did release a taped statement calling on the country to be calm. whether you are on the right or on the left, a democrat or a republican, there is never a justification for violence. no eva ything i believe in. >> a live look near capitol hill, national guard setting up barriers ahead of inauguration day. more than 20,000 troops are expected to secure the area as
president-elect joe biden is sworn into office. that's important triple the number of active duty u.s. troops in afghanistan, iraq, syria combined. snapchat permanently banned president trump from its platform. the move finalizes an indefinite suspension of mr. trump's account. the company issued last week. it cited attempts to spread misinformation, hate speech, and insight vi which are ceatbreaking his silence in the wake of twitter banning trump. dorsey fired a long explanation yesterday discussing the controversial decision in about 13 tweets. he tweeted he does not celebrate or feel pride in having to ban the president from twitter but after clear warning, they made the decision based on threats to physical
safety on and off twitter. dorsey added he believes this was right for twitter since extraordinary circumstances forced the company to focus on public safety.. nike says it will be pulling financial support from any lawmaker who voted to reject joe biden's win. yesterday the sports wear giant shared a new policy for the committee saying longer support any member of congress who ignores principles of democracy. inauguration is in six days. download our app to watch. it gives easy 24/7 access to cbsn bay area and kpix newscasts. taking a look at the johns hopkins coronavirus tracker. we are two weeks into 2021 and already there are more than 3 million new virus cases in the u.s. more than 23 million americans have now been
infected with the virus. that's 1 million mo than four days ago. there could be good news though on the horizon. a doctor with fda's vaccine advisory committee says mass vaccinations, warmer weather, new presidential administration, herd immunity could lead to a much better summer. i am kiet do. we are live at the public health department in san jose with a look at how the vaccine roll out is going across the bay area. as you can imagine, better in some parts than others. let's start in the north bay, sonoma, home healthcare workers getting first doses a drive thr umass vaccination site at a safe way. in alameda, the public health department opened a website portal that briefly crashed from too many people logging onto register for appointments. in santa clara, e-mails and
texts have been circulating with links to the website and that allowed people to book an appointment even though it was not their turn. about 100 people turned up at various sites around the south bay and got turned away. >> it's taking up slots that otherwise would be going to people who are eligible. we are checking eligibility and verifying eligibility. it's really important that people stop sharing the misinformation. >> reporter: santa clara says they are working with the state to fix the problem. it was not clear if people were making an honest mistake or were simply trying to e li. kiet do, unitare exct nd to area counti coming weeks. bus test express announced services will be available in contra costa, san mateo, santa clara, solano, sonoma counties.
the first mobile testing site opened in berkeley with capacity to test up to 500 people per day. i am anne makovec at pe fra the first vaccine of the two dose coronavirus vaccine, rolling up that robe sleeve i guess you would say. pope francis recently turning 84. pope ameritus pope benedict also got it. he is 93 years old. the holy city has had 27 confirmed cases of coronavirus according to johns hopkins university. back to you. this morning, feds are urging tesla to recall about 158,000 vehicles. they're focused on model s luxury sedans and model x sports utility vehicles. the issue is the car's touch
screens can fail after a few years' use and that can affect safety functions like defogging and back up cameras. we reached out to tesla for comment but have not heard back. latest jobless claims report out minutes ago. let's go to diane king hall who is live in new york city to break this down for us. how is it looking? >> reporter: not too good. 965,000 people filed for unemployment benefits last week. we are nearing 1 million again. it is up from the prior week and it was much worse than expected. pandemic unemployment filings that's alsa surge from the previous week. deadline to receive your latest stimulus check is looming. irs will stop sending economic relief payments by friday. the agency says for individuals who are eligible but did not receive they'll be able to claim the funds when they file
their 2020 tax return. sephra making changes. it is training employees on equal customer engagement and reducing number of third party security guards at the 500 locations and will double amount of black owned brands and sales. a study found 2 in 5 have experienced unfair treatment based on their race or skin tone. dry january has apparently been especially on trend in 2021. tell us how so. >> according to a recent poll, 13% of u.s. adults were set on a sober start to the new year. that is up from 11% last year. they sited trying to be healthier and trying to drink less. nearly half admitted they drank a bit too much in 2020 perhaps understandably so. len. >> yeah. i think a lot of people can relate to that in 2020.
we'll see if people can stick to that new trend in 2021 for sure. >> we'll see. good luck. >> we'll see you again at 6:30 when the stock market opens. east bay parents and students battling to go back to school. why they say staying home does more harm than good. that's next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. we are going to warm up significantly as we head through the afternoon. you are really going to feel that difference. low 60s along the coast, mid 60s around the bay and inland mid 60s to low 70s with plenty sun this afternoon. look at all the red forming on our maps. this is the area
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in protest outside yesterday. this comes as ucsf health professionals call for schools to reopen february 1. they argue risks to education are far worse than from covid. >> distance learning is working better but it certainly is not meeting all the needs of our students. the entire school communities wants to see the schools open when it is safe. >> if i was in class, i would learn way more because i am there and i have the book in front of me. in school half the time i can't even find what i am supposed to be looking at. >> now schools can't open because alameda is in the purple tier. if they could berkeley unified would have to be remote because of negotiations. the 90 minute show celebrating america will feature appearances by incoming president joe biden and vice
president kamala harris. bon vovi, demi lovato among others will perform. set to salute incoming vp kamala harris. she will be sworn in as 49th vice president and will be celebrated during the commemorative virtual inauguration ball. ny aa way to celebrate and historic transition of power. the program debuts at 3:00 p.m. on january 17. new, the u.s. space command is set to move from colorado springs across the country to huntsville, alabama. but the mayor of colorado springs claims the air force had suggested the facility would stay put and believes the decision was political. he says it will cost the city roughly a half billion dollars every year in losses. lawmakers allegedly plan to ask biden administration to take a closer look at what motivated the decision.
spacex's dragon capsule is back on earth bringing back with it 12 bottles of wine and more than 300 grapevines. the european start up space cargo unlimited had been launched into space as part of experiment to see how vines and wines would be affected. very interesting. it's 5:46. let's get a check on the roads with gianna. good morning. good morning, michelle. let's head to the altamont pass where we've got brake lights this morning. it's starting to get a little bit slow for super commuters out of tracy. you've got a slow and go ride. give yourself a few extra minutes. we are seeing delays extending at least to north flynn so almost to the top of the pass. looking okay through the livermore valley. travel times, 35 minutes 205 to 680, our slowest spot. the rest of major freeways are showing a lot of green. worovernight in vallejo
has been cleared. traffic is moving pretty nicely this morning, thursday ride in san francisco pretty easy across the upper deck into the city. a live look at the san mateo, things are getting more crowded as we see more cars making the ride west bound towards foster city. travel time is 14 minutes between 880 towards 101. 101 is in the clear both directions along peninsula. there is a water main break on airport boulevard right at 101 not far from sfo. there are lane closures in and around the area. they're estimating this could be closed at least ven to eight hours. try to avoid that intersection if you can. use an alternate in the area. 101 itself is not affected. we are seeing brake lights north 101 coming away from the golden gate bridge likely due to road work. south bound 101 clear from
marin county heading into the city. it is 5:47. that's a look at your morning commute. lots of sun today. feeling more like spring as we head through the afternoon, unseasonably warm temperatures and could come close to record highs for today. a live look with our sales force tower camera as we look east across the bay and bay bridge. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s as we start our day. 48 concord, oakland 54, livermore 53, san jose good morning, 47. looking at foggy conditions in santa rosa down to 50 as we start our day. here is what you can expect. we'll see sunshine and warm temps, highs well above average for this time of year in the 60s to inanuary was back in 201 the strong ridge of high pressure is in place sending storms well to our north and away from this will be the domi
weather feature over the next days. hour by hour on futurecast stopping at noon, you see mostly sunny skies. here we are at 3:00 and you can see plenty sunshine. we'll see more clouds for your friday but still above average for this time of year with the daytime highs. we can use the rain. we are looking at this long, dry stretch for us. we are looking at just 16 to 33% of average for our water year that started in october. we definitely need the rainfall but it does not look like it is coming soon. sunrise at 7:24 and sun set at 5:14. 69 santa clara, 70 san jose, 71 campbell. morgan hill you will see a high of 73. east bay, upper 60s and close to 70 for concord, pleasant hill. around the bay, topping out at
63 for san francisco, sausalito, daly city. oakland 66, 67 san leandro. north bay, upper 60s to low 70s. 74 in st. helena. the extended forecast, we will continue with mild to warm temperatures through the rest of the work week into the holiday weekend. you can see the temps continue to climb as we look to monday for martin luther king, jr. day. we'll be watching development of offshore winds as we look to monday, could have an elevated fire risk for monday with temperatures the warmest out of the extended forecast. back to you. >> thank you. crab season is underway. first catch started arriving at pier 45 last night. crab season was supposed to start on november 15 but for the second year in a row the season was delayed to protect the whales. fishermen hoped they would see abundance but the first pull
was less than expected. next on kpix5, five generations of a family celebrating a major milestone. me heed 107 years old. a live look outside at the richmond san rafael bridge. coming up today, producer director and costar meghan good of "if not now, when" stops by to chat withdrew. i have the power to lower my blood sugar and a1c. because i can still make my own insulin. and trulicity activates my body to release it like it's supposed to. trulicity is for type 2 diabetes. it's not insulin. and i only need to take it once a week. plus, it lowers the risk of cardiovascular events. trulicity isn't for people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. don't take trulicity if you're allergic to it, you or your family have medullary thyroid cancer, or have multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2.
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unseasonably warm temperatures as we head through the afternoon. i think i need another cup of coffee this morning. 5:54. as we head through the afternoon, enjoy the sunshine, 66 oakland, 70 san jose, close to 70 in concord. six to 13 degrees above average for this time of year. back to you. a milestone like no other. one family came together for a very special celebration. >> congratulations on turning 107! >> 107! ng and applause ] that is so awesome. hope was surrounded by family, all five generations, for her special day. she turned 107. along with that, a special surprise, a private parade with santa clara fire truck and
police cars. the mayor even presented a proclamation. >> you have lived during the most eventful century of history. and you are a gem. >> ten grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, six great great grandchildren. >> everything is beautiful for me today. >> happy birthday ♪. >> oh she is beautiful. she was born in texas in 1914 and moved to santa clara in 1945 where she's lived ever since. what a milestone. congratulations and happy birthday. for more good news on what's happening in the bay area, go to kpix.com/together to find stories of how we are better together. we love those stories. 5:55. it is a case of mistaken
right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, conviction now in the hands of the senate. when twice impeached president trump may face trial. roll out roadblocks. what is slowing down vaccine distribution in the south bay. the permanent funding to solve homelessness out of pockets of big corporations but not everyone is on board. why some say this bill will
break already struggling businesses. we also just got this week's jobless claims report. the numbers are much worse than expected. anne has an update from the live news desk in a moment. first good morning. it is thursday january 14. i am michelle griego. >> i am len kiese. good morning. let's get a check of the forecast first with mary lee. things are warming up. oh yeah, len. we are going to see temperatures climb this afternoon well above average for this time of year, feeling like spring as we go through our day with temps in the 60s and 70s this afternoon. a live look in san francisco, mainly clear skies and some fog as well. patchy fog in oakland and dense fog in santa rosa. as we head through the afternoon, check out the daytime highs. we are talking 63 in san
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