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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm elaine quijano. captioning funded captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 9, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." a winter storm pummels parts of the west coast. strong winds topples trees while heavy rain causes flooding, forcing people to evacuate their homes. and another round of wicked weather is on the way. the man charged in the deadly ft. lauderdale airport shooting rampage will make his first court appearance today. and confirmation hearings begin this week for the president-elect's cabinet. without all the background
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texts, causing concern among democrats, while republicans say their fellow lawmakers need to grow up. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a massive winter storm system slammed california and nevada where a state of emergency has been declared. round two is expected later today. the heavy rain flooded roadways and forced hundreds of homes to be evacuated. in the east, the storm is snow and bitter cold. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. they expect another foot of rain through tomorrow morning. this comes after powerful storms walloped the state and other parts of the country over the weekend. residents across northern california are keeping a close eye on water levels, anticipating what could be the worst flooding to hit the states
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in more than a decade. torrential downpours caused rivers and creeks to rise rapidly sunday, including the russian river, which could reach flood state today. >> 38 feet, 40 feet, it's going to put it all the way to the backyard and my foundation. >> across the border mild temps and rain falling in the sierras are causing snow. this highway in the region was closed in both directions because of a massive mudslide. >> the cleanup is going to be extensive. >> farther downstream the rising river has forced the evacuation of nearly 400 homes. >> it's definitely crazy. so we're all hoping everything is going to be all right, the people are going to be safe. >> the system also blanketed parts of oregon and snow, causing whiteout conditions and hundreds of accidents. the stormy weather came as california entered its sixth year of drought, and people along the east coast dealt with the first major snowstorm of the season. it dumped as much as a foot and
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a half of snow in southern new england and left behind frigid temperatures. >> the conditions are extremely dangerous. >> they're expected to see well below frigid temperatures for the 15th time in 13 years. more than 1,000 homes have been evacuated in reno as much as the sierra's eastern front braces for that first flooding in a decade. anne-marie? >> hena daniels in new york. thank you so much. well, meteorologist pamela gardner with wbz has more on the weather system. >> as it pump as i cross the country, flooding rain potential still there with flash flood watches and warnings posted all the way through tuesday afternoon from sacramento to san fran. as well as south to bakersfield. winter weather as well as elevations, the sierras,
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rockies, other warnings, advisories, and watches and winter weather advisory through montana. hour-by-hour forecast throughout the rest of the day, relentless with more heavy rain pushing through the coast of california and 1 to 2 feet of additional snow accumulation in the sierras with fresh powder for the ski resorts there in colorado. monday afternoon forecast across the country, bismarck, 10 degrees with snow. chicago, 30, atlanta, 42, sunshine. miami, some rain and 70 degrees. i'm pamela gardner for cbs news. well, the suspect in the ft. lauderdale airport shooting is scheduled to make his first court appearance today. santiago told investigators he planned the attack but his motive is unclear. david begnaud has new video that appears to show santiago as he began his deadly rampage. >> reporter: two young boys walking with a man appear first in the video. then comes 26-year-old esteban santiago. that's him in the blue.
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he reaches in his waistband and started shooting. the man in the gray appears to be the first shot. people drop to the floor. one woman hides behind a luggage cart. there is no audio posted by tmz. it appears to be clear video but it's unknown how tmz got it. the 9 millimeter gun santiago used to kill five people and wound six others was the same handgun he had when he went to an fbi office in anchorage, alaska, last november. the iraq war veteran complained to federal agents there that his mind was being controlled by u.s. intelligence and he was being forced to watch isis terror videos. police confiscated santiago's gun and had him committed to a -- for mental evaluation and then four days later returned it to him. >> there is law against providing a gun with someone who's mentally ill but the law requires you be, quote,
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adjudicated mentally ill." >> reporter: his mother says her son sounded strange a few weeks ago. i feel like, i don't know, scream? cry? because he was so far away, i could not do anything. santiago allegedly confessed to the attack and randomly chose ft. lauderdale. a portion of the area has been reopened but curtains now shield people from seeing the crime scene. a mass shooting at a major u.s. airport. david begnaud, cbs evening news, ft. lauderdale, florida. >> five people were killed. in the ft. lauderdale airport attack. olga never missed a mass at her church. michael oehme and his wife were headed for a cruz. his wife was injured. terry andres was a firefighter.
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a ahead on "cbs this morning" following the ft. lauderdale attack, lawmakers are taking a look at new rules regarding guns on planes. overseas now a palestinian man drove his truck into a crowd in jerusalem. four were killed including three women. 17 others were injured. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says there's evidence the attack was backed up by an isis supporter. the suspect was shot dead. senate republican leaders say the hearings will not be delayed even though some have not completed ethic reviews. errol barnett reports. >> reporter: republican leaders say president-elect donald trump's cabinet will be approved despite delays in submitting background paperwork. >> all of these little procedure
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all complaints relate to their frustration at not only having lost the white house but having lost the senate. >> reporter: trump's choice for attorney general jeff sessions and his pick for secretary of state, exxonmobil ceo ron tillerson are two of the nominees who will face confirmation hearings this week. >> we confirmed seven cabinet appointments the day president obama was sworn in. we didn't like most of them either, but he won the election. >> reporter: repealing obamacare is trump's first priority, but democrats are resisting. >> the effort to repeal obamacare right now without a plan to replace it, this should. be about politics. it's about real people in america who will be hurt immediately. >> this week the president-elect will explain how he will separate himself from his global business brand since his first conference. errol barnett, cbs news, washington.
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something a little lighter now. the musical "la la land" dominated last night's golden globe awards. >> the golden globe goes to emma stone. >> emma stone won for best actress in a comedy or musical. in all it won seven awarding including best actor for ryan gosling, best screenplay, and best director, a golden globe record. we'll have a little more on the golden globes coming up a little later in the broadcast. also coming up, meningitis trial. opening statements of an executive accused of a deadly outbreak. and -- >> with hard work people can change it. >> the cost for tickets to the president obama's last speech soar on the open market. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." the shingles virus.
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research center gave a warm and wet welcome yesterday to more than 30 veterans. the wounded warriors visited the animals in the florida keys for some physical and emotional therapy. the splash-in marked the end of a three-day bike ride by the wounded warrior project. well deserved for sure. the skyrocketing cost for president obama's farewell speech is supposed to be free and the volkswagen scandal. "the new york times" reports the arrest of a volkswagen official in connection with the automaker's emissions scandal. the executive was head of regulation compliance in the u.s. when diesel models were rigged to cheat on pollution tests. sources say the official will be arraigned today on a federal fraud charge. "the wall street journal" says mexican forces captured a man suspected of wounding a u.s. diplomat. the attack on friday was caught on video.
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the suspect is an american citizen, and he will be sent back to the u.s. for trial. his motive is not known though. the "boston herald" says the murder trial of a former executive linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak will start today. the suspect was one of two principals of a pharmacy that produced tainted injections in 2012. the resulting outbreak killed 64 people and sickened hundreds more. the "washington post" reports the suspension of martin shkreli's twitter account because he harassed a journalist. the disgraced former drug executive used a photoshopped picture of freelance journalist of laura duca on a twitter file. she complained to twitter chief jack dorsey. tuukka says he engaged in targeted harassment. the "chicago tribune" reports tickets to president obama's farewell speech are listed online for up to $5,000. ticketing for his speech tomorrow were distributed for free. officials warn that tickets
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♪ happy anniversary baby ten years ago today steve jobs stepped onto a stage in san francisco and introduced the very first iphone ten years ago. apple says it has sold more than 1 billion units since the revolutionary device was unveiled. the launch of iphone 8 is expected this year and now none of us can live without our iphones. i mean i can't live without it. on the "cbs moneywatch," general motors takes a stand against a trump tweet and uber reveals a sweeter way to travel. jill wagner has more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. don't worry. i can't liv without my iphone either. the dow keeps flirting with the 20,000 mark but the s&p and nasdaq closed at a record high on friday.
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the dow closed up 33 points, the nasdaq gained 13, the s&p was 15 points higher. fiat chrysler is investigating new jobs. the italian automaker says it will automize factories in warren, michigan. and one outside of ohio. this is part of their plan to add three new jeeps to their lineup including a pickup truck. despite criticism from president-elect donald trump, general motors has no plans to change where it produces small cars. last week mr. trump threatened go impose a border tax on the chevy cruz. all of the sedans are made in ohio. and uber is sharing ridership fees. they're launching a new website called movement. they'll show average travel times on specific routes.
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uber believes it will let city planners make better decisions about road closes and transportation improvements. city officials have complained that uber withholds too much data. and "star wars" continues to dominate at the box office. >> you continue to fight. >> "rogue one: a star wars story", "hidden figures" came in a close second place followed by the animated animal music "sing." anne-marie. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. still ahead, meryl streep delivers a political punch. >> hollywood, foreigners, and the press. >> we'll show you the speech everyone's talking about from last night's golden globes. from last night's golden globes.
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around the bay area. the russian
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river, a huge concern... as we wait for it to crest above flood level. in the sierra, a mudslide has closed down i-80... with caltrans officials saying -- don't even try to drive the interstate if you don't have to. and wet grounds and high wind are knocking trees down all around the area. we have a wrap up of the hardest hit spots. join us for kpix 5 news this,,,,
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here's a lk here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a musical wins while someone delivered a sour note about the incoming president. chris martinez reports. and the golden globe goes to "lala land." >> reporter: "lala land" was the big winner of the night, sweeping all of the nominations including best picture, actress, actor, or musical in a comedy. >> to any creative person who has had a door slammed in their face but they get up and keep trying, i share this with you.
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>> reporter: best motion picture went to "moonlight." casey affleck for "manchester by the sea." french actress elizabeth u pair took home the best actress award for >> my heart is beating. >> reporter: the awards also honored the best in television. amc's "the night manager" took home three acting awards for a television series. politics also took center stage during the show including opening monologue by first time golden globes host jimmy fallon. >> the golden globes is one of the few places left where the americans still honor the popular vote. >> reporter: and actress meryl streep who accepted the lifetime achieve manhatta achievement award amid a standing ovation took aim at
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,,,,,,,, here's another look at this morning's top stories. a massive storm hit parts of california and nevada. in parts of california roads were flooded. there were mudslides and more than a thousand homes evacuated in nevada. a second round of nasty weather is expected to hit the same area tonight. and folks in the east are suffering with bitter cold and snow. and new video appears to show the alleged ft. lauderdale gunman as he began shooting. esteban santiago is expected to make his first court appearance today. five people died and six others were wounded friday. santiago says he planned the attack, but officials don't know why he chose ft. lauderdale, and
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his motive remains unclear. donald trump played the role of renegade to win the presidency, but he's not the first person to challenge washington insiders. craig boswell talks about others who shook up the establishment. >> reporter: donald trump rode a wave to the white house. he will be the first person elected president without ever holding a government position. >> donald trump is perhaps the most far outside outsider of anyone ever to be elected president in the history of the country. >> reporter: american university history professor allan lichtman say other notorious renegades also made it to the white house. >> the first true outsider to be elected president was, of course, andrew jackson. >> reporter: historians say mr. trump has a lot in common with andrew jackson, a volatile but very public figure.
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he rose in the victory. >> he was elected on a platform of cleaning up the mess in washington. does that sound familiar? >> reporter: jackson forced native americans from their land and dismantled the bank of the united states, which plunged the country into a depression. this statue will welcome donald trump when he takes over the white house, but other mavericks also lived here. the republican party put theodore roosevelt with william mckinley to get the government out of his hair and mckinley was assassinated. >> that damn cowboy reformer maverick became president of the united states. >> reporter: roosevelt became known as a trust buster challenging monopolies and promising average sit skecitize square deal. >> reporter: general eisenhower ran for office without ever holding a political office. so did ulysses grant and taylor. at 70 mr. trump will become the oldest person to become president. craig boswell, cbs news, washington.
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coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the future of the ford motor company and its relationship with president-elect donald trump. we'll hear from executive chairman bill ford. plus, how companies can use your web history to charge you more when you shop online. and we'll talk with grammy nominated duo the chain smokers. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. reat day. -- captions by vitac --
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> good morning everyone. this is a live look out at the bay bridge. this is from on top of the trance america pyramid it's hard to see so you can tell the fog is out. monday january 9th i am
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michelle griego kenny is off. the rain may be over for most parts of the bay area but effects are widespread. flooding and wind huge concerns on this monday morning after winds have toppled trees making a mess of roads from the bay area to the sierra. we are going to get a check on weather and traffic. reporta you need help with the mic. >> it just fell off so i am readjusting it. we have a lot to talk b even though the storm passed us we have a lot of saturation at the ground so we could see a tree go down at any point of the day with breezy conditions. but now, we like to keep you informed because you can't be prepared unless you are gathering the information on the next storm that's going to be coming in adding injury to insult because we don't need anymore rain at this particular time we need a couple drying outdays. but going to affect tomorrow we have a flash flood watch for that yellow highlighted area. the red is more like the central valley but along the utastal areas and also the


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