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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, a rush to vaccinate and test students returning from winter break. with the omicron surge, is it safe to return to the classroom? booster shots could be on the table for children as soon as today. what federal regulators are set to authorize. the new year bringing the same old flight cancellations. what airlines are doing to fix frustrations. what is fueling a record breaking homicide surge in oakland? what we found after pouring over the numbers. good morning. it is monday, january 3. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. it's a chilly start to our day. we could be seeing rain tonight. let's go to meteorologist mary lee with today's forecast. good morning. good morning. happy monday to you. we are helping you get back into work and school in the new year and we're looking at a weak cold front that will bring light scattered showers as we
head through our day today. nothing huge or major but definitely bring that umbrella in case as you are heading out. right now we have quiet conditions. i will show you where the rain is, well to our north across california/oregon border, at least through that area to our north. the weak cold front will push through later today. temperatures right now are in the 30s and 40s. hour by hour, here we are at 8:00 a.m., light showers for north bay. by 3:00 p.m., light scattered activity, really hit or miss as we head through our afternoon and this evening. temperatures will be in the low to mid 50s later on today. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic on this monday morning. how are things shaping up? good morning. they are shaping up really good, no major delays or issues. if you are up early getting ready to head out, we are seeing a lot of green. 880, nimitz freeway, 101, 280 along the peninsula, all
checking in problem free. if you are headed to the altamont pass, super commuters, you are in luck. still looking good, no major issues into altamont pass from that point all the way to the dublin interchange. head lights heading towards 680, things are at the limit with no delays with easy travel time of 24 minutes 205 to 680. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we are waiting for an announcement today from the fda when it comes to boosters for teenagers. they might authorize a third booster dose for kids ages 12 to 15. they may also shorten the interval time between your second original dose and the booster dose from six months to five months. and they may allow immunocompromised younger kids between ages of 5 and 11 to get a booster dose. a lot of changes and this all only applies to the pfizer vaccine. we will keep our eye on it.
this happens as governments around the world try to respond to the omicron variant. kids are going back to school. most bay area students are returning to school. with omicron continuing to spread school districts are ramping up efforts to keep students safe. over the weekend, schools from south bay to the east bay handed out test kits to students and families. for students in oakland unified, tests are recommended not mandatory. district says it pass the out 41,000 at home tests to students before winter break. some say the high demand from fellow students is a good sign. >> it's important that covid doesn't spread more so it doesn't get worse at school. we would have to start zoom. that would be much worse. >> it's a team effort. once one gets affected, everyone is susceptible. >> for students who did not get tested over the weekend, districts say there will be more testing chances at school sites in the coming days.
at 5:30, joycelyn moran will give us a look at where your child can get a covid test or vaccine. in the south bay thanks to joint efforts from san jose's children's discovery museum and santa clara public health, families have another alternative to get their child vaccinated while enjoying a free trip to the museum. >> we have a responsibility to young people, to the people that are vulnerable in our community to keep doing whatever we can to slow the spread of this virus. >> we want to be a resource to families. at this point in time, parents need all the help they can get. >> another museum vaccine clinic is scheduled for january 23 where both pfizer and moderna boosteshwie aible for e 18 and up. the fda's former commissioner warns while omicron seems to cause less severe illness in adults, it may hit young children harder than previous variants. >> this is a milder form,
appears to be more of upper airway disease than lower airway. that's good for most but the one group it may be a problem for is toddlers, young kids, who have trouble with upper airway infections. >> dr. fauci said cdc is considering including a negative test in addition to the new recommendation that asymptomatic americans need to isolate for just five days instead of ten. a live look at sfo, we are three days into new year and flight frustrations are happening. thousands of u.s. flights were canceled over new year's weekend because of covid-19 and winter weather. justin andrews is live. a lot of grounded flights and i am sure a lot of frustrated passengers. >> reporter: absolutely. grounded flights means grumpy travelers. for months, cancellations have been coming in left and right. it really got worse over the last couple weeks during the
travel period when itcomes to yesterday asto coast eled leaving year end travel rush pretty much how it started, pretty chaotic. southwest canceled 429 flights, delta 177, american 160, united 114. bay area airports from the south bay to san francisco saw these round of delays and cancellations too. covid related sick calls continue to hamper airlines but winter storms are adding to the problem for northeast and midwest. aaa says it could take weeks before airlines get back on track. in the meantime, travelers are frustrated. >> we woke up and found that the flight had been canceled. >> i was nervous especially because i have somewhere i have to be. >> my flight got canceled three times already and it was due to lack of crew mates. >> reporter: this month united is offering triple pay to pilots when they pick up extra
shifts. travelers are hoping that will help them not get stuck at airports. >> obviously a very frustrating situation for a lot of people. thanks. for information on covid testing sites and booster shots head to kpix.com. in san jose the search is on for the driver behind a deadly hit and run on south white road and east hills drive in the allen rock area last night. this is san jose's first deadly crash and pedestrian death for the new year. police blocked the street with tape and cones and patrol cars surrounded the area as police spent the night investigating that scene. oakland police are investigating the city's first homicide of the new year. officers say a man was shot and killed outside a market on 34th street on saturday. no arrests have been made in that case. this comes after oakland had its worst homicide rate in 15 years with 134 killings in
2021. geographically east oakland remains most dangerous part of town. that area had 105 homicides and at least 448 people shot. the deeper east you go, the more shootings and killings. oakland is taking steps to try and turn things around. the city is intervention program that provides individuals with jobs and other alternatives to gun violence. in three weeks the police department will shift 48 officers to patrol deep east oakland where most of the shootings happen. today jury deliberations resume in elizabeth holmes fraud trial. the jury ended six days of deliberations last wednesday outreaching a verdict. they took a break for the holidays. holmes it accused of adefrauding investors and deceiving doctors and patients. she started the company after dropping out of stanford. if convicted she could face up to 20 years in prison. a big loss for bay area
music scene. producic producer tracks a million is reportedly dead at the age of 43. he was known as a pioneer of sound. the south bay native worked with some of the bay's top artists. there is no word yet on his cause of death. king tides return to parts of the bay area this weekend and are second to be back today. yesterday the tides made a splash on the embarcadero. drivers splashed through tides that covered parts of the road way. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, investigators trying to pin down a cause for the raging wildfire in colorado. this morning, why arson is considered a possibility. the power is still out for some up in the sierra. how it is affecting school reopenings. more snow expected up in
the sierra. we'll talk about that coming up. i want to talk about the king tides, coastal flood advisory until 10:00 a.m. due to minor flooding and coastal overflow. i am tracking our next weather system, low pressure system dropping a weak cold front. we'll talk about our chance for light scattered showers today in just a few minutes. as we look at the roadways we are off to a very good start for your monday commute, no delays on bay area bridges. we'll take
welcome back. in colorado this morning search teams are looking for two missing people in the snow covered smouldering debris from a massive wildfire. people who barely escaped the flames are taking stock of the damage. flames ripped through more than ne square miles between denver and boulder. the fire came unusually late in the year following extremely dry fall. investigators are trying to pin down the cause including possible arson. >> if there was any form of deliberate or accidental arson, i fully expect any of those responsible will be held fully responsible under the law for the utter devastation caused. >> more than 1,000 homes and
buildings were destroyed. going live to interstate 80 in the sierra, snow is back in the forecast and is expected to drop until tomorrow morning there in the sierra and north redding. national weather service says up to ten inches of fresh powder is expected but roads are looking like they've been cleared. a warning for drivers, expect travel delays and significant reductions in visibility on mountain roads. chain controls are likely to be in effect. a full week of power outages in sierra putting school reopenings in doubt. this is after heavy snow fall weighed down trees and took down power lines. students were supposed to return to class tomorrow after winter break but schools still do not have electricity. sunday the district superintendent opened gate to pinewood elementary to check it all out. >> the majority of the work in terms of handling the snow has been done. now we just need power.
we are really hoping for the best that pge gets the power back. i know they're working as hard as they can to do that. we're ready to have the kids back and finish this year out. >> in nevada city, schools have power but may still have to delay reopening. that's because a lot of melted snow has turned into ice on campuses. 5:15. let's get a check of our weather and traffic now. >> we are going to begin with mary with a look outside. how is it looking? we are looking at our next weather system that will bring light scattered activity back to the bay area and looking at more snow up in the sierra. we'll talk about this in a moment. i want to take you live outside with the salesforce tower camera as we look southeast, temperatures in the 30s and 40s. it's a chilly start, not as cold as the last couple you will notice that difference as we kick off our monday, a whole new week. a live look at our satellite
and radar view, that low pressure system to our north dropping a cold front our way. it's a weak front. we are going to be on the tail end of the front and that will bring light scattered showers for the bay area. temperature wise, low to mid 50s for daytime highs. hour by hour on futurecast, stopping at 8:00 a.m., light activity, light showers across parts of the north bay in the morning. here we are at 3:00 p.m. looking at that scattered activity the best chance today will be north of the golden gate. through 7:00 p.m., you see light scattered activity that will continue as we look to 10:00 p.m. south bay, you may not see much of anything and as we look to tomorrow, a few showers to start and then looking at drier weather for your tuesday afternoon through wednesday into thursday. not expecting a lot of rain with this weather system, anywhere from a few hundredths to maybe a tenth to a quarter
of an inch of rain. snow in the sierra, winter weather advisory from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. tomorrow, a half foot to a foot of new snow in the sierra. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, a few showers tuesday and then drier tuesday afternoon, wednesday, thursday, and another system on friday. inland east bay, north bay, coast, a few showers tomorrow morning and high pressure builds in mid week and our next weather system friday with drier weather as we look to our weekend. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways on this monday morning? good morning. the roadways are looking pretty good. we are not seeing brake lights or delays. a live look at the bay bridge, things are at the limit, under ten minutes to make the ride into the city. good news, it doesn't look like the work week commute is into
its full force yet but we'll keep an eye on that. a live look at the colosseum, traffic is at the limit both directions. i will show you an overview, if you are ready to head out heading to work or if you are getting back to school, you see a lot of green. 880 from hayward south into fremont, no brake lights or delays. 101 through red wood city, san mateo north towards san francisco things seem to be moving nicely. 280, not seeing brake lights or issues. 580, 680, everything clear. 680 through pleasanton, traffic is at the limit. dublin interchange. you can see the head lights. we are starting to see a few cars but overall, a pretty nice pace heading through there. super commuters if you are up early today, clocking some nice speeds around 64 miles per hour, 67 miles per hour, no
brake lights or issues. your travel time looks good as well, 24 minutes from 205 towards 680. the rest of our travel times, highway 4 to the maze, highway 4 from antioch, 280, a 25 minute commute. north bound 101 from san jose to sfo, that is lightly traveled now. there is one spot to look for in south bay, fire department activity on the right hand side of the road way but it is not causing major brake lights or issues. 5:19. today marks the first weekday commute with new $7 bridge tolls. increase went into effect saturday. the toll hike was approved by the voters. it is 350% more expensive to cross than it was in 2003. for some, the cost may be reaching a tipping point. >> i don't have to drive it every day anymore but it's
still a once a week thing. that's going to add up really quick. >> the ballot measure was approved in 2018, called for toll hikes in 2019, 2022, 2025. extra ormo ing upan improvements in the north bay. it does not affect drivers on the golden gate bridge. >> thank you, g. 20still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, don't throw your christmas tree in the trash. a unique way to recycle it that also helps north bay animals. at 7:00 on cbs mornings, hear what dr. david agus has to say about school safety. look at how ghislaine maxwell's conviction can affect our former friend prince andrew and the royal family. talking u.s. capitol siege nearly one year later.
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good monday morning to you. it's time loretta lynch the lunchtime forecast. before that i want to show you what you can expect if you are heading out. we are in the 30s and 40s. it's a chilly start, not as cold as the last couple mornings though. live look at the south bay in san jose. now your lunchtime forecast, tracking a weak cold front that scattered showers. by lunchtime along the coast, low 50s, low to mid francisco ah clouds. oakland, noon, 52 with clouds and for the south bay, 54 at noon for your lunchtime forecast. the best thing to do, grab that umbrella just in case. we'll talk more about the rest of the week coming up. >> thank you. a live look at san francisco where today people
can begin placing christmas trees on the curb side so they can be collected. here is video of past annual chipping. this year the event will go through january 14. people are encouraged to leave trees out the night before their regular collection day. in the north bay, a group of kids discovered a way to recycle that old christmas tree by combining environmental awareness with love of animals. >> their efforts are paying off big time. ey're help the goatdokethe flat out love them. they're pretty good for the animals too. the kids have struck gold collecting almost 100 trees donation for each. $15 it's rapidly becoming their most successful fund raiser ever. >> who would have thought, who
has gone to google and searched do goats like christmas trees? who searches that up? >> yesterday when i was carrying it, they started biting it when i was carrying it. they really like it. >> pretty cool. some pretty cool kids there too. as they get more trees they'll need more goats. the group plans to start distributing excess trees to goat farms around the county. who would have thought? >> who would have thought something like that would have happened? who comes up with something like that? >> obviously these kiddos. love it. >> that's right. still ahead, demand for covid tests keeps going up. concerning positivity trend found in southern california. covid forces yet another cruise to turn back. the number of cases that led the ship's operator to pull the plug on the voyage. a live look outside before we head to break from our
as cases continue to surge, there is a push to get kids tested before they go back to school from winter break. we'll tell you about options in the south bay. air travel not getting any better across the country. how local airports are handling all the cancellations. air travel isn't the only mode of of transport running into problems. why amtrak is scaling back its schedule this week. congress preparing to honor memory of former senator harry reed. a look at the plans in place. good morning. it is monday january 3. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. after a sunny weekend, the rain is on its way back to us. let's get a check on the
forecast with meteorologist mary lee. a break in the rain was really nice but it's here again. >> it is. tracking our next weather system, that will bring light scattered showers back to the bay area later on today. you see on high def doppler it is a dry, quiet start. you see that rain well to our north through crescent city and eureka right now. currently you are looking at temperatures in the 30s and 40s, a chilly start with mostly cloudy skies, not as cold as the last couple mornings. as we take you hour by hour, here is 8:00 a.m., showers for the north bay. as we head through 3:00 p.m., a few light scattered showers. the best chance to see wet weather will be north of the golden gate. as we look to 7:00 p.m., you see that scattered activity. a few hundredths, tenth, to a quarter of an inch of rain. not everyone will see that wet weather as well as we head through our day, shows you how weak that is. temperatures in the low to mid
50s this afternoon. we'll talk about the rest of the week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways? good morning. not bad. a live look at the bay bridge, we are moving at the limit. if you are up early, not bad, it's moving pretty nicely for the ride out of the east bay into san francisco. no delays or brake lights on bay area bridges. golden gate, things are pretty quiet in both directions. the san mateo bridge, you are at the limit between 880 and 101. south bound 101 from 37 to the golden gate, 19 minutes. drive from the maze into san francisco via bay bridge, seven minutes. west bound 92, 12 minutes between 880 and 101. >> thank you. kids are getting ready to go back to school from winter break leading to a last minute push to get tested for covid. joycelyn moran is in san jose with testing options for kids. >> reporter: as omicron
continues to fuel a surge in cases, there has been a major push to get bay area students tested before they return to school from winter break. we have seen it from oakland unified to west contra costa county unified over the weekend. in the south bay look at some of the options for your kids who go to schools within san jose unified from 8:10 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. today testing will be offered at the distribute office, operations warehouse, and liberty alternative school. to schedule, visit online and log in as your student with the student id and password. at no cost. s will be the district is encouraging those in the community who are eligible to get the vaccine. take a look at some of the video of a vaccine clinic at the children's discovery museum that happened over the weekend. many families taking their kids to get the vaccine. doctors say this along with
other pro cautions is the right move as kids go back to school. >> it is relatively safe for kids to go back to school i think with a few mitigation factors that we know so well. >> he thinks the school is a safe environment, adding that in the bay area we haven't seen up tick in pediatric hospitalizations like in the east coast. >> thanks. demand for covid tests keeps going up in southern california. los angeles county is seeing record breaking surge in positive cases and lines for testing keep getting longer as 911 covid testing site in santa monica can test more than 4,000 a day and results are leading to a new concerning trend. >> one third of the folks testing at sites today are positive. much higher than we have seen before. >> a lot of this is delta. a lot of the patients might not be able to handle even a mild omicron infection either. >> doctors gion are se ngfearo say
re inup with respiratory problems caused by omicron variant. >> dr. fauci, u.s. is considering cod- 19 before going back to work under the new shortened five day isolation period. in a statement dr. fauci went onto say the cdc is very well aware there has been push back about that and i think we're going to be hearing more about that in the next day or so from the cdc. 5:34. taking a live look at sfo, thousands of travelers were stranded over the weekend as flights were canceled around u.s. covid infections have crews sick and the weekend's bad weather in the midwest did not help. justin andrews is live in san francisco. justin, is there a solution to this? >> reporter: airlines are trying to figure all this out. united is offering triple pay to pilots who pick up extra
shifts this month. we are learning this morning that spirit airlines is offering double pay to flight attendants who work through tomorrow. for travelers stuck in the middle of this, it is frustrated. major cancellations have been coming in left and right for months. more than 2600 flights were canceled coast to coast yesterday leaving the year end tr how it started, a mess. southwest canceled 429 flights. delta grounded 177, american 160 flights and united 114. bay area airports saw the round of delays and cancellations too. aaa says it could take weeks before airlines get back on track. >> airlines did not see this new variant coming. if pilots and flight attendants and gate agents can't go to work, how can airlines run the schedule they sold to the public months ago? >> it really depends how they can work through staffing and also with the weather, it's taking a hard hit on the airlines.
we hope we can get through it in the next week or two but it will take time i think. >> reporter: airlines said they're trying to fix the frustrations from the travelers stuck at airports but admit that the problems may not be resolved for several weeks. i know travelers probably don't like the sound of that. >> absolutely. thanks. new video of a cruise ship in europe where a covid outbreak forced cancellation of a voyage. the ship was carrying nearly 3,000 passengers. several passengers and more than 50 crew members tested positive. that led a german cruise operator to pull the plug on the trip. passengers disembarked at the portuguese capitol yesterday was were taken home by air. we were helping you stay on top of the pandemic. for a list of resources, head to kpix.com. san francisco based twitter is permanently suspending
personal account of republican representative marjorie taylor greene. this is how the account looks now. the company affirmed saying the account repeatedly violated covid-19 misinformation policy. twitter has restricted the account in the past for sharing what twitter characterizes as misinformation about 2020 presidential election. twitter handed down the suspension after she tweeted false information about covid vaccine deaths. she had garnered five strikes under a new strike system. it uses artificial intelligence to identify misleading posts about the virus. twitter issued a fourth strike in august after she posted that the vaccines were failing. she has access to her official congressional twitter account. a live look from the white house, thursday president biden and vice president harris plan to deliver remarks on first anniversary of the january 6 deadly assault on the u.s. capitol. former president trump whose actions during the attack are
under congressional scrutiny plans to hold a news conference that day. to capitol hill where body of former senate majority leader harry reed will lie in state next week in the capitol rotunda. services are set for january 12 including a former arrival and departure ceremony. a separate memorial service is planned for this coming saturday in las vegas. reed died last tuesday at his home in henderson, nevada. he was 82. let's take a live look at the state capitol, checking on the new laws that went into effect with the new year. the governor signed 770 bills to start in 2022 including california becoming first state to require $15 an hour minimum wage. that is something a lot of california cities already have statewide. farm animal rules, farm animal confinement passed in 2018,
gives mother pigs, chickens, veal calves enough room to stand up. another law allowing homeowners to create additional housing units on property based on local approval and one requiring employment development department to notify someone prior to disqualifying them from getting benefits. we have more on the many new laws that just went into effect on kpix.com. >> thank you. 5:39. in your money watch report, wireless carriers preparing to roll out 5g service. plus how long amtrak's reduced schedule is set to last. naomi ruchim joins us live from the cbs broadcast center in new york. good morning. good morning. amtrak is now scaling back rail service through january 6th because of bad weather and covid cases among employees. about two dozen trains on both
its northeast corridor and long distance routes will be affected. amtrak says 97% of its workforce is vaccinated but cases are still on the rise for staff. att and verizon rolling out a new 5g wireless service wednesday. that can force pilots to stop using some equipment that helps them land at more than 40 airports because airlines insist the new cell phone towers may cause interference. the telecom companies rejected a request to delay but did offer safety guards. that's that story. tesla is starting the new year with a positive report. the electric vehicle company said it delivered a record 936,000 vehicles last year. that's up 87% compared to 2020. the majority of vehicles delivered in final quarter were the model 3 sedan and model y hatch back.
>> we hope folks aren't still nursing that new year's hangover. if you are, i hear you've got ideas to fix thad a tad too much. this new survey from southwest news service sought out our favorite hangover cures. one in five said the only cure is hiding in your room all day with the curtains closed. other popular solutions included eating bacon sandwiches and fatty fried foods. more than a third said guzzling water before bed was the best way to avoid one all together. hindsight is always 2020, right. >> always is. i've never had a hangover in my life but i have heard from a friend that if you do, the fatty foods thing definitely works. a friend told me that. >> also a chicken soup was on the list. >> good for the hang over and good for the soul. >> i had never heard that before. >> thank you so much.
we'll see you again when the stock market opens at 6:30. >> i don't believe you. >> you don't believe me? i am so trustworthy. still ahead, more than a half a billion dollars still up for grabs. next powerball drawing is hours away. a last chance for those who wanted to get up close to smell the roses. an inside look at this weekend's float fest. here is a live look at the south bay. san jose, good morning. currently it is 45 degrees. we are in the 30s and 40s. it's a chilly start. grab that jacket if you are heading out and also your umbrella. you might need it. tracking a weak cold
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5:45. welcome back. a live look outside from salesforce tower camera looking over the bay bridge. a powerball jackpot of more than half a billion dollars is up for grabs. nobody had the winning numbers in the last drawing on new year's day so it is increased to $522 million. tickets are $2 and available in 45 states including california. odds of winning are extremely slim. one in 292 million. you are more likely to get struck by lightning, killed by
a bee sting, or become president. if you are feeling lucky, the next drawing is tonight at 8:00. >> i am feeling lucky. more than 24 hours after the rose parade, flowers from floats are starting to wilt but some people got a last chance to see and smell them up close. this was the scene yesterday in pasadena where hundreds of people gathered to attend float fest, annual tradition where visitors get the opportunity to view the floats featured in the rose parade up close. all were required to show proof of vaccination or recent negative test to get on the grounds. >> they come from all over the country and sometimes all over the world and just seeing the magic in their eyes when they see this up close because it's unlike anything out there. >> the ups store took top honors winning 2022 sweepstakes trophy for entry featuring a
proud father rooster reading to his family of chicks on an animated float. always one of our traditions to watch the parade. >> you need to take me next year. >> absolutely. let's get you caught up on weather and traffic. our flowers and plants were pretty frosty over the weekend. >> it was cold for sure for the last couple mornings. now we are looking at 30s and 40s, a chilly start but not as cold as the last couple mornings. we are looking at mostly cloudy skies, a live look with our salesforce tower camera as we look north at the trans america pyramid across the bay. i am tracking this low pressure system that's going to drop a weak cold front. we are going to be on the tail end of the front. the big winners with the cold front and storm system will be pacific northwest.
they will see a lot of rain. for us, t scattered showers. i will show you our temperatures, low to mid 50s this afternoon. on futurecast, here is 8:00 a.m., light showers across parts of the north bay, stopping the clock again at 3:00 p.m. and best chance to see wet weather will be north of the golden gate. you will see a little bit more rain. as we head through 7:00 p.m., you can see this is not a big rainmaker by any means, not a major storm but just that scattered activity. here is 10:00 p.m., a few showers still lingering for tomorrow morning and then drier weather tomorrow in the afternoon as high pressure builds in through mid week. we are looking at from a few hundredths, tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain with this weather system. a winter weather advisory from 7:00 a.m. today until 7:00 a.m. tomorrow for west slopes of the sierra picking up a half foot to a foot of snow in the
sierra. the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, you see a drier weather as we look to tuesday afternoon, wednesday, thursday and another system rolls in for friday. inland east bay, north bay, coast, drier mid week. our next weather system is friday and then drier weather ahead for our weekend. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways? it's been an easy commute which is good news. a live look at censors on our mapping system. we've got live updates here. 73 miles per hour through fremont. through the peninsula, san mateo, red wood city, 101, all clear. i haven't seen brake lights or issues along 680, 580, everything clear through the sunol grade. a map of traffic into the altamont pass, no issues,
slowest speed about 48 miles per hour, a nice ride for super commuters if you are headed towards the dublin interchange. a live look, 580, 680 connector west bound head lights heading towards 680. you see a few cars but still a nice ride with an easy travel time in the green. 25 minutes 205 towards 680. highway 4 is clear, commuting out of antioch towards 80, from there to the bay bridge, 27 minutes from antioch to hercules. you will need another 14 minutes from highway 4 to the maze if you are hitting that connector on 280. once you get to the bay bridge, things are quiet. everything is moving nicely, no metering lights yet. when those are turned on, we'll let you know. i would be surprised if that happens today. it's pretty quiet. time for a look at entertainment headlines. a new book tells stories behind
stars. jockey tells story of jack, a middle aged jockey who wants to ride under dog horse in a championship race. collins jr acted alongside really jockeys who shared their life experiences. ncis and ncis hawaii back with mid season premieres. neighborhood and bob hearts abishola return with new episodes. catch them tonight here on cbs. coming up, how the world came together to help a california dog when just can't stop smiling. today on the drew barrymore show, drew talks news with gayle king, tony dokoupil, nate burleson all
good monday morning. hopefully you had a wonderful holiday season. it's a dry quiet start in the 30s and 40s. tracking our next weather system, you e rain to our north from crescent city to eureka, a cold front that will bring light scattered showers to the bay area. for now we are looking at temperatures in the 30s and 40s. grab that jacket if you are heading out and grab that umbrella as well. you might need it. there we go with the low
pressure system dropping that front for us. we will be in the tail end of the cold front that will bring light scattered showers to the bay area. i will show you futurecast taking you hour by hour in just a few minutes. >> thank you. a lucky pup has found his forever home. jasper has an unknown condition that causes him to have a permanent smile. >> now he is also getting medical help for his other health issues. this eight pound chihuahua mix will run like the rest of them, cuddle, even enjoy a good scratch behind the ears but it is clear he is one of a kind when he tilts his head and gives a smile. an animal shelter has been raising money for whatever condition was causing the smile but above all, to find him a home. >> just kind of made me think i wanted to be that person and have our family be the ones and he got to live the west of his life, make sure his needs were
met. i couldn't say good-bye. >> how could you say good-bye to that face? he is seeing several specialists clueing a neurologist. he has done several tests that will help himself and other dogs find care. he is so cute. >> i love jasper. he is smiling with the eyes. >> a model dog there. >> love it. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> holidays are over and now kids are headed back to classroom. with the coronavirus surge, is it safe? the concerns from parents. a warning from the former head of the fda. why children are more at risk of omicron variant. flights canceled well after the holidays. what is going on? we are live. a live look outside before we head to break. we have rain on the way once again. we'll be right back.
on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, heading back to class as covid cases continue to sky rocket. last minute push to get your child tested. relief could be on the way for worried parents as soon as today. what fda is expected to approve at any moment. the new year brings the same fight cancellations. frustrnsxt. s are fi cotobe the day elizabeth holmes learns her fate? jury deliberations are set to resume in just a few hours.
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