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>> i'm michelle griego. let's get over to darren in the weather center. it is a good-looking morning. not dealing with much fog. the closer you get to the delta and the further inland you get, you will hit some. the central valley looking at a dense fog advisory. the bay area will be patchy at best. temperatures for the most part ranging from the mid-40s to the low 50s. in other words, remember yesterday morning? that is what it feels like today as you get ready to step outside. here are the takeaways in the forecast today. patchy fog the further inland you go. just clouds today. although there is a chance for a sprinkle or two in the far northbay up through sonoma county. that would not amount to much and would come in the afternoon. the next chance of widespread rain would come saturday into sunday. i will show you what that looks like coming up on the complete forecast. getting busy at the bay
area bridges, pacifically the bay bridge. stacking up quickly. the cash lanes are slow and go at least to the overpass. seeing delays originating. fast track users are moving along with no problems. when you get across the upper deck, you are clear heading into the city. san mateo bridge, great start. no major delays between 880 and the 101. getting on 101 should be easy. we had early morning road work through east palo alto. a look at the nimitz freeway. off to a great start. hitting the roadways early, and you plan on taking 880, smooth sailing and both directions. no delays northbound. easy ride because the coliseum. southbound, extra volume. as far as speeds go, looking good from here down into fremont. nice speeds in the south bay right now. and live at the news desk. following some of the newest headlines right now in the outbreak of the deadly wuhan coronavirus
coming from china. 17 people have died and authorities in beijing, china just announced they are canceling all large-scale new year's celebrations, trying to contain the viruses spread. wuhan, the city where the outbreak began, is under partial lockdown. a lot of flights in and out are being canceled and their health screenings at airports being done. at several countries including the u.s. at sfo as well as the uk and australia. that continues to evolve this morning as restrictions get tighter. back to you. a live look at capitol hill. day one of president trump's impeachment trial is in the books. in a few hours, house managers will be back in the senate for the second of three days of opening arguments. katherine johnson joins us live with the timeline laid out by democrats
and their case against the president. >> reporter: good morning. house managers yesterday began opening arguments by laying out the details of the case for why they believe president trump should be removed from office. yesterday they explained what they say was the pressure campaign that president trump put on ukraine to help him win the presidential election. republicans it said they heard nothing new they also talked about the importance of allowing witnesses like john bolton. they say he should testify. they rejected the idea that joe biden's son hunter should testify too. >> the american people should know who else was involved. >> the longer they talk at this point, the weeker the cases getting. >> four republican senators would have to break away from their party and vote alongside democrats for the witnesses and documents to be allowed. president trump's legal team will likely take over saturday. house managers have 16 hours of opening arguments to finish up here. so that is today and
tomorrow. and then saturday we will see trump's legal team respond. sunday, senators get a brief break. >> what do the president have to say about the proceedings? >> reporter: the president has been sticking to his usual talking points saying things like the whole impeachment trial is a hoax and a scam although he was extremely active on twitter yesterday. you broke a presidential record sending more than 140 tweets in one day. although it looks like some senators may be losing interest, the president is not. he mostly is retreating other republican lawmakers and supporters. >> katherine johnson on capitol hill, thank you. and the bay area, several elected officials will be hosting events to hear from their constituents and give an update on the impeachment trial. at noon, san rafael congressman jared huffman will kick off in petaluma. in the evening, representatives will be in
martinez. at 7:00, congresswoman jackie speier will host a town hall at south san francisco high school. ahead of the march presidential primaries, san mateo county is to begin logic and accuracy testing of a new voting system. it will take place at the registration and election division on tower road. in australia, three american crewmembers died after an air tanker crashed in the fire ravaged state of new south wales. the water bombing tanker had been chartered by the state's fire service. it was called in to fight a bushfire. the cause of the crash is not yet clear. the spire fires have been burning for months. at least 31 deaths are linked to the fires. the aircraft and the crewmembers that died belonged to colson aviation, and aerial firefighting company based in british columbia. the company released a statement that read in part "our
thoughts and prayers are with the families of the three crewmembers on boar ." >> in addition to the wildfires, australia is dealing with dust storms. this is a look at the outback town of broken hill blanketed in dust. dust is affecting the australian open tennis tournament. today's around has been delayed because dust has spread across outdoor courts in melbourne, here is a live look at the bay bridge as the idea of designated bus lanes is picking up steam. edie nielsen filed this report a short time ago. >> reporter: this is a proposal that has been kicked around for years. if you ask commuters about it, they either love it or hate it. yesterday the board of ac transit which operates the commuter buses, unanimously voted in favor of the idea and today, the bart board of directors is set to take action as well. the plan would be to have one
dedicated bus lane in each direction on the bay bridge to speed up the trip across and hopefully incentivizing people to get out of their cars. commuters have mixed feelings about the proposal. >> the bridge is so many lanes only, so do they need a whole lane for the buses ? >> the board of directors for bart is scheduled to vote on a similar resolution at their meeting this morning at 9:00 a.m. even if they pass it, a lot of agencies have to get on board before this could become a reality. at the toll plaza, kpix5. happening today, sonoma county officials will offer a tour of the temporary emergency shelter where dozens of homeless campers will be relocated. the site is at a juvenile justice campus. officials say 30 of the 60 housing units at the site have been completed. people are expected to start moving in sunday. last week sonoma county
supervisors decided to temporarily relocate more than 200 homeless people that had been living in encampments in west santa rosa. they plan to clear out the area by the end of the month. happening today, san francisco is celebrating the opening of trans home. the first city housing program for transgender and non- gendered adults. it is opening up today on washington street near chinatown. the property will provide housing to 75 low income trans community members. the home falls under the city's new program which will support individuals through rental subsidies and other housing services. community leaders and their london breed will gather for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11:00 this morning. >> keep sending your ideas to project home at kpix.com. you can see all of our original reporting on our website. the new district attorney of san francisco said prosecutors will no longer ask judges for cash bail as condition for pretrial
detention of it was one of the campaign promises last year. now decisions on whether a defendant has to remain incarcerated will be based on risk to public safety rather than how much money the individual can collect to pay the bail. 5:09 a.m. >> still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, goldfish, peacocks and even kangaroos. have airline passengers gone too far with emotional support animals click still ahead, the new rules they may have to follow. it will be warmer today then it was yesterday. that means we will see a lot of spots get into the low 60s inland today. but it will be cloudy. maybe not that pretty. the next chance of rain gets here over the weekend. more on that coming up. tracking an accident throug tom steyer: no child should have to worry about finding good food in school. so, when my wife kat and i learned california public school children couldn't get fresh produce in the cafeteria, we took action. we partnered with local farmers, school kitchens, a non-profit.
at the live news desk, breaking news on the peninsula. a deadly crash in san mateo. very close to 101. we are hearing that this may have started as a police pursuit that ended in a crash killing at least one person. there were four people in the car that crashed. the crash is blocking the peninsula offramp from northbound 11101. this is san mateo.
katy nielsen is on her way to the scene. she will keep us posted. federal investigators and southern california are trying to figure out why a small plane crashed just after takeoff killing all four people on board. the small plane was leaving them invisible airport in corona yesterday when it crashed through a fence, hit a berm and caught fire. nearby pilots tried to help. when the fuel ignited, there was nothing they could do. the plane belonged to an 84- year-old. his daughter said the family is waiting to hear whether or not he was on board when it crashed. here is a live look at the san francisco airport. the days of passengers bringing rabbits, turtles and birds on airplanes as emotional support animals could be ending soon. the u.s. department of transportation is proposing that airlines no longer be required to accept emotional support animals on flights.
the only ones allowed would be trained service dogs. >> i think anyone that has a disability and need some kind of support should be able to bring that on to the airplane. but anything that will cause a hazard or be disruptive to everybody else, i don't believe that should be allowed. >> the proposed new rules are aimed at preventing passengers from traveling with unconventional pets like pigs, turkeys, miniature horses and squirrels. squirrels? i did not know you could have a squirrel as a pet. >> don't they tell you to stay away from squirrels? >> that's what i thought. >> what will happen to the little bunny? >> looks like coco has it all worked out. looking at the roadways commuting through the peninsula, the on ramp over to 101 may be blocked for a serious crash.
a heads up there. we have more details coming up when katy nielsen gets on the scene. looking at the ultimate pass, earlier accident on west on 580. the damage is done. a slow ride out of tracy. brake lights from mount house to beyond grant line. traffic is slow there. the speed just changed from 8 miles an hour, to 10 miles an hour. westbound 580, over to 680, 38 minutes. east york freeway commute, still in the green which means you are moving at the limit for the most part. let's take a ride down the east shore, traveling out of fairfield to hercules. 17 minutes. not seeing any delays through there. passed hercules to the maze, traffic is quiet. earlier trouble spot in vallejo which has been cleared up the freeway. a live look at the bay bridge. it looks like they may have turned the lights on. it looks like we are back to business as
usual. a slow ride coming out of the 880 overpass going into the lights. past that, clear across the upper deck. san mateo bridge, no problems here. 13 minutes between 880 and 101. traffic looks good there. a live look at 880 itself, so far things are quiet through the freeways. a 10-degree temperature spread this morning. depending on where you are, could be low 40s or could be low 50s. let's get specific. i can show you who has those. 42 degrees, santa rosa. concord, 44. livermore, 44. those of the inland spots. san francisco, 52. 49, oakland. there is the spread. one highlight from today, i will take the futurecast and advance us all the way to this afternoon. 3:00 in the afternoon come look
at the green splotch and the north bay. not a lot to this but there is a small chance we could get an isolated sprinkle in the north bay this afternoon. for everybody else, noticeably cloudy day but that should be about it. in fact, little warmer today than yesterday. as far as the rain is concerned, looking at the totals, watch the rain gauge. looking at the northbay. there is only a chance this would happen there. seeing about 100th of an inch of rain. let's talk about daytime highs. getting into the south bay here. starting things off with a lot of low to mid- 60s. a couple degrees warmer today than you may remember yesterday. yesterday was pretty nice. numbers inland, anywhere from the upper 50s to the low 60s. a lot of the upper 50s have to do with the cool damp fog hanging around for some of those locations. daytime hayes highs, 58.
san francisco, 50. san leandro, 61. oakland, 60. further into the northbay, low to mid-60s. we talked about a small chance of rain for thursday afternoon. here comes the next chance. and it doesn't get here until late saturday. that is saturday evening. the green shows you a chance of light rain saturday night and into early sunday morning. by sunday at 7:00 a.m., it is done. you will see rain on the forecast in the seven day. for saturday and sunday. it looks pretty dramatic for the weekend. it is not. this is rain that will come through while we are sleeping. overnight saturday night into sunday. looking at the totals, we pick up maybe a quarter inch of rain. here's the seven day forecast. other than the chance of rain for saturday night, sunday, it is a few clouds. a little cooler to start off next week. there are a lot of low 60s. not bad for late january. a couple degrees above average. back over to you.
5:18 a.m. >> still ahead on kpix5 and streaming, you probably heard of businesses that hold wine and painting nights. the woman encouraging clients to bring their own marijuana to tap into their creative side. >> a look outside of the golden gate bridge. traffic coming into san francisco. opening arguments begin in the impeachment trial. only on cbs this morning, the team will speak with one of the house managers presenting the case against of the president. how one surgeon is helping
welcome back. 5:22 a.m. if you plan to take 101 into the golden gate bridge area, headset. southbound over to the waldo, slightly slower speeds. overnight roadwork. should be cleared in the next couple of minutes. no delays pass there. golden gate bridge, traffic quiet heading into san francisco. the drivetime looking good. slow spout through the ultimate pass. north donald 101 from san jose, 36 minutes.
nationwide shortage on hospital gowns is having an impact on patients. some are told they have to wait for surgery because of a recall. the fda asked providers to stop using a specific cardinal health patient gown because of quality issues. they said they cannot guarantee the product is sterile. hospitals are looking to get other gowns. a study of more than 100,000 women finds those that had at least one pregnancy and those that breast-fed infants, say the risk was lowest among those that breast-fed exclusively. new research from the obesity society shows that adults that meet guidelines for both aerobic and muscle strengthening exercise experienced lower rate of obesity. experts recommend 150 minutes of exercise a week and weight training twice a week. fully vaccinating children
reduces the risk of flu related hospitalization by 54%. according to a study from the university of michigan. the findings also show that two doses are better than one for children eight and under who have never been vaccinated or only receivone dosage previously. marijuana is legal of course and plenty of states including california. we may not have a business like this one yet. >> one illinois woman is hosting art classes where she provides the paint and students provide the pot. h amateur artist must bring their own weed as well as a valid identification. the business gets around public intoxication laws because the studio is a private residence. the owner of puff and paint said she wants to create a safe environment to appreciate good blood and brushwork. >> i said, i'm really not a drinker. i never really have been.
why not smoke and paint? it means a lot to me that people want to use their hard-earned money to come here. >> they rn to dri unr the ine. a deadly crash right now in san mateo. investigators are on the scene. at least one person has died. the latest coming up. 49ers super fan making sure to our has most intimidating gear on game day. here he is in a scary mask. looks like the predator. >> we want to see your photos. share them using the hashtag #kpix. we are heading to miami for the big game. for all things super bowl, stay with kpix and visit our website on kpix.com/super bowl. we are
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i knew it wasn't fireworks and i started screaming. >> chaotic moments as gunfire erupts in downtown seattle. the intense hunt for the suspects responsible for the deadly shooting. flights from a chinese city no longer heading to sfo in the wake of the deadly coronavirus. we will have more on that. good morning. it is thursday. >> thursday already. >> january 23rd. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. here is darren with a look at the thursday morning forecast. >> thursday morning is going to look and feel just like wednesday did. let me show you what the numbers are like out there.
ranging anywhere from the low 40s to the low 50s. low 40s further inland. santa rosa, 42. the cold spot. getting into the city, 52 degrees in san francisco. oakland, 49. san jose, 45. very similar to yesterday. a couple things about today, maybe some patchy fog. i'm not seeing a lot in the way of fog concerns this morning. a cloudy afternoon today. we might even get a sprinkle in the far north bay. i will show you that on the futurecast. don't get too excited. the next chance of rain that anybody would likely notice is coming this weekend. that sounds worse then it is. coming late saturday night and early sunday morning. it will be one of those overnight rainmakers. more on all of this coming up in a few minutes. it is getting busy out there. slow spots, 580 westbound commuting out of tracy to the ultimate pass. a lot of brake lights there. the earlier crash at grant line has been cleared off the
freeway. southbay, reports of a car fire southbound 101 at blossom hill road. no word if any lanes are blocked. seeing some delays on the sensors as we approach the scene. so a heads up taking 101 through san jose. looking at 101 north of there, bogging down as he traveled past the 101 area near the 286 connector. past that, clear heading into mountain view. as far as drive times, everything looks good with no delays. and 101 on the main lines of the freeway through the peninsula is clear. not the case for surface streets. here at the live news desk, we are following a crash right now that happened on one of the off ramps from 101. this is on the peninsula in san mateo. the crash began as a police pursuit . so officers were chasing this vehicle and it ended up crashing and killing one person inside. we are hearing there were four people inside. the other three are dealing with various levels of injury right now.
this is airport boulevard right out 101. the ramp on the northbound side is closed as this investigation continues. and katy nielsen is on her way to the scene. she will have a live report coming up in the next half an hour. the hunt is on this morning for some suspects linked to a mass shooting downtown seattle. one person is dead and seven others injured including a child. shots rang out yesterday evening just before 5:00 and the busiest part of the city sending people running for cover. seattle police said it happened when an argument broke out among a group of people outside of the mcdonald's. >> all the sudden i hear, pop pop pop. people are screaming and running and throwing themselves down on the street. >> there are injuries to the legs, buttocks, chest or abdomen. >> one woman was pronounced dead at the scene and
a 9-year-old boy is among the seven injured. officials say that he remains in serious condition. the shooting happened as police were investigating another shooting nearby. police did not say if the two scenes were related. 5:33 a.m. taking a live look at sfo where the flow of passengers from a major chinese city has come to a halt. chinese authorities canceled all flights and trains from wuhan. the coronavirus has also reached hong kong. health officials say a 39-year-old man traveled by high-speed rail and is now in an isolation ward at a hong kong hospital. almost 600 cases have been reported across china. in the bay area, experts are tracking the spread of the virus. a san francisco startup that follows epidemics around the world, said the outbreak is likely to get worse before it gets better. a doctor at ucf said china has made advances since the deadly sars
epidemic two years ago but still the virus has spread to at least four other countries. so far, there is a single case in the u.s. involving a man that traveled from china to seattle earlier this month. happening today, bart officials are expected to launch a multimillion dollar project to keep escalators dry. downtown san francisco stations would see 22 new canopies installed over its escalators. the canopies would keep rain off of the escalators and keep them from breaking down. the project is estimated to cost $71 million in all. the board meeting today begins at 9:00. pg&e, the embattled utility, announced yesterday it has reached an agreement with insurance companies, wildfire victims and the governor objected saying the plan calls for borrowing billions of dollars to pay off its bills. he says the debt would hurt pg&e's ability to reduce wildfire risk. >> if we don't get their act together, we will do
it for them. they are not where they need to be. >> the san francisco company is trying to dig out of a financial hole created by more than $50 billion in claims connected to a series of catastrophic wildfires. the governor says he is working on a legislative strategy for a state takeover of pg&e if the utility does not get out of bankruptcy by this june. the governor is asking the feds for land as part of a joint strategy to tackle homelessness. he says the state is already providing free access land for housing. he is cuddling on housing secretary ben carson to match the commitment by providing surplus land to local governments. the governor is also requesting an additional 50,000 federal housing vouchers. mortgage rates down almost a full percentage point from a year ago leaving millions of homeowners to consider refinancing. our business analyst jill
schlesinger joins us with more on what you need to consider before you start this process. what do you need to know if you are thinking about refinancing? >> you know this already but you really need to run the numbers. i want to remind everyone that a good credit score will get you the best rates and that may start around 700. really by the mid- seven hundreds, you will get the best rate. you also have to factor in the cost of refinancing. that could be up to 5% of the lo put that into the to online available. it is pretty simple. take the total closing cost and divide the monthly savings to determine the number of months it will take you to breakeven. obviously if it is not that big of a change in your monthly savings are lower, it could take you longer to breakeven. it may or may not make since depending on how long you think you will be in your house. >> house values have been rising. it is a good
idea to use equity to pay off other debt like credit cards or even student loans? >> absolutely. remember, especially in the bay area where your house prices have been going off the wall for many years. even as much as a year or two ago, you might have equity in your home and your refinance rate could be lower and most likely would be lower than other outstanding debt. there is a caveat. don't forget the tax cuts and jobs act that went into effect in 2018 really did change morgan inch deductibility. now you can only deduct interest. basically directly linked to your home. the purchase or improving the main or second home. if you use a refi to pay off another debt, the amount paid off of the debt is not deductible. so just know about that. it doesn't mean you shouldn't do it. to know more about the other homeowners, maybe you have an arm or you are carrying pmi, go to jillmoney.com.
>> thank you. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> a lot of cursing. a doorbell ring leads to a surprise of the lifetime for a diehard niners plan. why he is changing his game day plans. two small opportunities for rain. the first one coming this afternoon in the north bay. a sprinkle at best. more rain comes for the weekend. the timing will be important on that. i will straighten that out coming up. if you have plans this morning to take the bay i am running to defeat donald trump.
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just a few clouds out there this morning. cannot even see them from the camera on treasure island looking toward the city. clouds will make the headline today. may be a sprinkle in the far north bay. that is it. the next chance of rain gets here late saturday. i will show you that on the futurecast coming up in a few minutes. michelle, back to you. breaking news. authorities are on the scene of a deadly crash in san mateo county. kpix5's katy nielsen joins us with the very latest. >> reporter: if you take a look behind me, you can see what is going on. this is part of the investigation.
we are still trying to get information about exactly what happened. what we do know is that thicrass rted a00 this morning. and some unconfirmed reports are that there is at least one person dead. there were four people in the car at the time of the crash. the question is, how did this crash happen? we are told, possibly a police pursuit. we are off of 101 of the airport boulevard exit. chp has the exit shut down off of northbound 101 to airport boulevard. we are still trying to get more information from san mateo police about exactly what happened and exactly when they will start to reopen the roads. so again, this fatal crash happened around 4:00 this morning. we will of course stay with this throughout the
morning and bring you the latest as we learn more. live in san mateo, kpix5. we will check weather and a bit. >> surface streets may be affected. the main lines of 101 are right next to where the accident is. the exit ramp coming off of 101 is closed. so a heads up if you are trying to access the airport boulevard exit. you won't be able to pick the main lines of trend 11 are clear. traffic backing up to the freeway. northbound 101 moving along at nice speeds through san mateo. 101 not seeing any troubles from that point northbound from sfo into san francisco. quiet on 280 as well. seeing brake lights at the bay bridge. traffic is already starting to stack up. no accidents or incidents. if you typically make the trek out of the east bay to san francisco via the bay bridge, slow-go conditions but not quite to the
maze yet but it is building. san rafael bridge, seeing some volume. more cars. overall, easy commute. about nine minutes to go between richmond over to 101 into san rafael. northbound 880 seeing things moving okay. it gets a little more slow north of here pass the coliseum. southbound 880 is where we see a few more cars on the roadway. and you will start seeing brake lights as he goes southbound from the nimitz freeway into hayward. that will affect your drive connecting on to the san mateo bridge. when you are on the san mateo bridge, taillights heading westbound toward foster city. traffic quiet here. 15 minutes between 880 and turn 11. one of the slow spots is the ultimate pass. 46 minutes. 205 over to 680. we started off the morning with a crash tending to slow things down there. that has been cleared off the freeway. that is good news. but the damages done as you work your way westbound.
slow around tracy and extending to grant line. a look at 680. 19 minutes. south 680 from 580 come over to 237 looking okay. let's check the forecast. i was looking at the cameras. no fog on those. not an issue on the drive this morning. no fog to slow you down. a small chance for rain later this afternoon for the far north bay. i will show you that in a second. let's get you ready to get out the door on this thursday morning for temperatures. cold spots at the north bay, 42 degrees for santa rosa. 10 degrees warmer in the city for san francisco. that is the spread. looking across the bay area, san jose, 45. south bay. east bay, oakland, 49 at the moment. we will see temperatures climb back to the low 60s for a lot of places. we will show you those in one minute. this is the headline for today. see the timestamp.
it says 3:30 p.m. in the afternoon. a little green for the far north bay. this is a small chance for a sprinkle. you have to be in northern sonoma county to notice it. looking at the totals, maybe 307-inch of rain. so a sprinkle in the afternoon for the north bay. most of us notice a cloudy day but warmer than yesterday. on average by about 2 degrees or so for much of the bay area. it is going to be warmer than wednesday was. that means san jose, 65. oakland, 60. livermore and concord, 60 today. santa rosa, 62. numbers make it sound like a nice day. it will be cloudy and may not feel as warm as the numbers would have you believe it is. but a nice-looking day overall. here comes the next chance for rain. this is saturday evening. this is 7:00. seeing showers come back in a more widespread way. saturday night at 11:00. this is when we have the best chance to
see rain. not too heavy. it will come through for the most part in that space between saturday and sunday. the overnight hours when most of us are sleeping. at 7:30 sunday, it is done. relatively clear skies. totals only come up to about a quarter inch of rain. so not a big rainfall maker for us. but we have to put a chance of rain on the seven day forecast. you can see that for saturday and sunday. and that could look like a bummer if you looked at the weekend and said, it is going to rain both days. no. it will rain the late saturday night through early sunday more most of the weekend looking okay. that is the only chance i have for the rest of the seven day forecast. temperatures may cool by monday. nothing too drastic. back over to you. high school or making an
inspiring recovery after he was paralyzed in a wrestling match two years ago. >> he returned with a message of hope. ryan joseph was paralyzed from the neck down after a school wrestling meat at pleasant hill. doctors said he would never walk again but after two years and a colorado rehabilitation center, ryan can get around with crutches and works out with his friends any chance he gets. when he attended the wrestling meat this year, he was full of gratitude. >> i can walk with crutches and work out with all of my friends. >> ryan has another big reason he wants to hang out sister started there. wrestling too . today, las vegas officially becomes our nation's capital. >> the raiders owner mark davis marking his team's official move from oakland to southern nevada. he spoke on wednesday at allegiant stadium, still under construction, just west of the
vegas strip. it is expected to be ready in time for the next nfl season in the fall. the raiders have a lease to pay there for play there for 30 years. him as a prize of a lifetime when patrick willis knocked on a door. >> he was holding two tickets to the super bowl in his hand. >> samuel choi has an nfl extra points credit card and through a random selection, won and all-expenses-paid trip to super bowl liv. he is happy. he got a call after the win over the packers saying something would be dropped off. >> i thought it would be a gift card or a jersey or something. but this is a dream come true right here.
>> tickets to the game, airfare and the hotel. >> way better than a gift card. he had no idea he would have to cancel the super bowl party at his house but now he has a much better way to celebrate the big game. he will be bringing his dad along with him to florida. >> should be awesome. >> a lot more coverage on the 49ers. including a look at the hard-hitting defense and the punishing running game are providing a recipe for success. go to kpix.com/superbowl. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, the star-studded grammy awards show, just three days away. coming up, how the academy is embracing up tom steyer: no child should have to worry
about finding good food in school. so, when my wife kat and i learned california public school children couldn't get fresh produce in the cafeteria, we took action. we partnered with local farmers, school kitchens, a non-profit. that program now serves over 300 million healthy meals every year. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson washington dc could use, right now.
sunrise at 7:20 a.m. the sun will go back down at 5:22 p.m. still dark. waiting for the sunrise with temperatures ranging anywhere from the low 40s for inland spots to right around 50 for much of the bay. we are back in a bit. traffic is busy at the bay bridge. dealing with mass transit delays if you typically take the ace of rail, the train is
running 56 minutes behind schedule. this is due to an earlier obstruction on the tracks. everything is back on the move. give yourself extra time. that is leaving out of manteca in the last couple of minutes. happening today, prominent african-american arts and civic leaders are said to enjoy the soul of a nation exhibit at the san francisco do young museum. it collects art in the age of black power showcasing pieces that promote solidarity and resistance through culture. mayor london breed and former mayor willie brown are among the leaders speaking today. a few days left until the grammy awards where a new generation of nominees is headlining the event. >> the academy is embracing the music industry's hottest new artists. ♪ ♪ . >> lizzo is especially looking good with eight nominations under her belt. that includes album and song of the year. artists like billie eilish
close behind. grammy night is always set to be a star-studded event. experts say more representation from younger artists mean a changing. >> it is about the social media stars that become artists. >> the artists are not so easily outdone. 61-year-old country star tenant tucker has four nominations. the grammys are this sunday at 5:00 p.m. right here on kpix5. >> and our special coverage leading up to the grammys starts tomorrow night. should be great. >> looking good and the yellow. >> always looks good. >> i'm excited to see alicia keys. last year she did such a great job hosting. dueling pianos. she was playing two pianos at once. >> always talented. billie eilish, one of the youngest artists to be
nominated at 18 years old. >> good for her. good luck everyone. >> in the next half hour, a significant surge in and grab is across bart stations. the alarming report coming up. the young woman blamed in part for her boyfriend's suicide is about to be released from jail any minute now. she sparked a national conversation. the latest next. . san mateo police investigating a fatal accident. they say
the bay bridge making room for a bus only lane. this morning, bart weighing in. house manager is gearing up for another intense day on capitol hill. a preview of the opening statements and president trump's impeachment trial. good morning everyone. it is thursday, january 23rd. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. it is 6:00 on the dot. thursday morning. let's get a check of the forecast. no rain for now. not for now. may be a sprinkle in the north bay this afternoon but barely enough to measure. i will talk to you more about saturday night's when coming up. first, it is thursday. a 10 degrees temperature spread. the cool spot, inland locations. santa rosa, 41. that will feel cold when you step outside. the warm spot, san francisco at 51. and then we range anywhere in between there. san jose, 46. concord, 44. here are the headlines. may be patchy fog this morning. that