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feet and move forward. >> reporter: it's still not clear whether or not the suspects had any inside knowledge about this business. investigators are also checking to see whether or not there are any similar heists that have taken place throughout the state. in hayward, annadyrangelo. oakland police have arrested five men in the shooting of an oakland police officer. the shooting happened about 6:00 yesterday evening in the 1700 clock of seminary avenue. an undercover officer was on a stake-out. police say a group of armed and dangerous men approached the officer and shot him in the arm. he was unable to return fire. the shooting prompted a manhunt by a s.w.a.t. team, officers from other agencies and the c.h.p. the search uncovered several weapons and resulted in those arrests. two of the suspects are known gang members. >> i think any time we have subjects who are willing to confront the police and pull a trigger on an officer, i think we have to take that very seriously.
>> police aren't releasing the names of the men arrested. they say they are following up on search warrants and looking for additional suspects. but it is decision day in oakland. in about an hour, the city council is going to vote on whether to fire former l.a. and new york police chief william bratton as a consultant. cbs 5 reporter joe vasquez is in oakland. joe, bratton's approval not a slam dunk, huh? >> reporter: not by any case. we're expecting a lively city council meeting, and already we're starting to see demonstrators arrive here in front of city hall. there is also a large police presence here at city hall. the topic, whether oakland should hire the former police chief of l.a. and new york william bratton as a consultant to the police department. the contract for $250,000 will be debated at a full meeting of the city council. last week it got rowdy at a criminal justice committee hearing. opponents of bratton say they're concerned about his adherence to a policy called stop and frisk. supporters say they want to do whatever is the right thing to
stop this horrible and rising violent crime problem. as you say, the city council meetings starting within the hour here. we will monitor the events as the police here are expecting quite another rowdy meeting. >> all right. joe vazquez in oakland, thanks so much. >> ok. other bay area headlines, in san jose an elderly couple are the victims of a home invasion robbery. it happened in the city's almadon valley neighborhood last night. police say multiple suspects tied up the couple, ransacked their home and took off in the victim's cars. cruise began repair warrick on the bay bridge part that was struck by an oil tanker. video shows contractors preparing to move part of the bridge's damaged fender. the base of the tower was hit earlier this month. repairs could cost up to $3 million and won't be done until sometime in spring. we're learning new details in the shooting at a community college in texas. at least three people were shot. after some kind of an
altercation at lone star college in houston. police say one of the shooters is among the injured, along with two students who were caught in the crossfire. >> basically getting into altercations, and they basically do that shot, he basically got angry, you know, and start shooting the other guy. >> the shooting put the school into lock down and had many witnesses running for cover. and switching gears, niners fans are gearing up for the big game, and we found there's plenty of 49ers gash out there if you have the cash. sports apparel shops all over san francisco are selling everything from party supplies to jerseys, at a price, of course. there is even a trailer on market street. ken is live with mobile five at allied ink in vallejo. it's where a niners fan is making his love for the team permanent. hey, ken.
>> reporter: that's right, elizabeth. there's 49er garb that's permanent. take it off, throw it in the washing machine and the other kind that stays on forever. we're at allied ink, one of the hottest tattoo shops in the bay area. we got a guy who is getting a 49er tattoo. we will show you this live. this is james pateroon. james, you came in today to get a tattoo on your leg. we'll see it in a second here. why did you do this? >> 49ers are the best team in the world, and we're about to win a super bowl. and i want to commemorate it. >> i see you got the logo going in on your leg here. ann is the artist doing the work, and ann, did this start with -- what a stencil it looks like? >> yes. a stencil. >> so now what are you doing? what part is this? >> we're tattooing the outline, and then we'll proceed with filling in colors. the 49ers colors, red and gold. >> so these guys at allied ink are offering this as a special. actually, the day before the super bowl.
it's $49 for a 49ers tattoo. and you get one about the size of anything you want, about the size of your hand, your palm. and james, this is for real. this is forever, right? >> yes, it is. >> so what's going to happen on super bowl sunday? you're going to be able to wave your leg around proudly. >> absolutely. i'm going to have a big party, have a lot of friends over and celebrate our win >> he's predicting a win. he better, he's got the goods to show for it. live at allied ink in vallejo. >> ouch. wow. he's got nerves of steel. all right. thank you, ken. i'm kind of regretting my elvis gerbak tattoo right now. for a long time 9ers fans, the team's current success has them thinking back to the dynasty years, the last super bowl trip and win was in '95. mike sugarman reminds us what it was like to be a niners fan then. >> i just loved every minute of it. >> reporter: niner fans celebrated super bowl 29 wearing glasses as big as this. actually they'll be celebrating
wearing the same big old glasses. they came back over 18 years. >> morning, everybody. >> reporter: last time we had a democratic president but one who enjoyed shooting guns. >> we all shot them with weapons, i might add. >> reporter: he showed off the latest gear in mack world in 1995 which included some pretty advanced games. yosemite sam was big, as were the computers you played it on. maybe you were typing an e-mail on aol, about the big storms. >> they had a lot of rainfall in california. >> reporter: david letterman was right. big storms and floods did a lot of damage. >> and today mayor rudolph giuliani, a very compassionate man wanting to do what he could to help. he air lifted 3000 of new york's finest squeegee guys out to los angeles. >> this case is about a rush to judgment. >> reporter: also in los angeles, an obsession in '94 and '95 around the nation, o.j. simpson was accused of killing his wife. >> according to cochrane lopez was even interviewed by l.a.
police detective mark fuhrman. >> reporter: anybody who was anybody covered that case and a young ken bastida was developing his chops back in the day. we were all a bit younger. 18 years to be exact. >> steve young and gary rice. you've just won the super bowl. what are you going to do next? >> i'm going to disneyland. >> i'm going to disney world. >> reporter: we hope colin kaepernick gets a chance to enjoy the magic kingdoms, too. >> forget the elvis gerbac tattoo. i think ken is regretting that mustache right about now. the bay area full of 49er fans, all walks of life including those who walk on all4. this charming fellow, chucky niner. tess see sent us this picture of their niner mascot in their family. we're showing up fan photos in every newscast leading up to super bowl sunday. keep them coming. you can send tomorrow to email@example.com or upload them at cbssf.com. stretching isn't for sissies. that's coach jim harbaugh's
motto. how the daily regimen of stretching could be the secret weapon to niners success. >> the party's over in d.c. the plans the president laid out and the new battles he is facing in his second term. >> and the cbs 5 mobile weather lab. we are live in walnut creek. it has been so dry so far this january but that is going to change big time. your forecast, live from walnut creek, coming up. >> and ready for the big splurge before the big game? the three things you need the know about buying a t.v. for your super bowl party, including the best t.v. for watching football. next.
>> reporter: super bowl season is t.v. buying season. it even beats the holidays. >> i just want a big flat screen t.v., 46 to 50 inches. assuming it's a good deal. >> reporter: with so many options meraz ma, l.c.d., l.e.d., smart t.v., what's a fan to do? >> the plasma tv's the end on the the rock stars. >> reporter: brian cooley says your best bet is plasma. >> they're not as thin as many of the led/lcd's not as sexy if you will and 2e7bd to be thought of as an older technology. we did our list of the best cheap, best value and best high- end flat panel t.v. and a plasma model, one in every single category. >> reporter: with a higher refresh rate, meraz mas handle motion better, meaning that touchdown pass will be crystal clear and they law for better off angle viewing. >> you have the focus over to watch the game you can overpack the living room people are sitting left and right trying to see the screen. plaza ma is very good at that. >> reporter: while l.e.d.'s may
not be ideal for the big game their picture is brighter and more vibrant for every day viewing. when choosing a t.v., cooley says size does matter. think 50 inch for the average living room, which you should be able to find for under a grand. and while he says you do definitely want a 1080p, just how smart does your t.v. really need to be? >> the so-called smart t.v.'s which are just internet connected may not add a whole lot in terms of watching football or the super bowl, because the n.f.l. doesn't make much if anything available for streaming. however, you definitely want a smart or connected t.v. going forward. i would not buy a new t.v. today that doesn't have those features built in. >> reporter: now the best day to buy a t.v. is the day after the super bowl. that's when prices start to come down. and buyer beware of a manufacturer who promises a faster processor or something else that sets them apart. for the most part they all use the same parts. >> ok. thanks. >> look and sound good. >> exactly. it's a journey eight years
and the vice presi president obama started his day at church. the first lady and vice president joining the president at the inaugural national prayer service. it's a tradition that dates back to the days of george washington. the interfaith service included prayers and readings from leaders of christian denominations, as well as islam, snu dayism and the sikh coalition. back to work for president and his new congress. mr. obama wasted no time diving into his new agenda. tomorrow house republicans are expected to pass a bill that will allow the government to borrow money to pay its bills for the next few months. and the debt limit deal demands democrats in the senate do something they haven't done in four years: pass a budget. >> the last time the senate has
passed a budget, the ipad wasn't even invented yet. >> one of the first items on president obama's to do list is to finalize the next phase of the draw-down of u.s. troops in afghanistan. also on the president's radar, comprehensive immigration reform and a push for congress to pass tighter gun control laws. and it's election day in israel, and it appears prime minister benjamin net yaw >> will get another term in office. voters headed to the polls today. even among his opponents netanyahu is considered the best man to lead his country. no matter the outcome, the u.s. approach to the palestinian conflict won't change. the big easy is getting ready for the world stage and having the niners and ravens playing in the super bowl isn't just great for the fans. it's actually really, really good news for the new orleans economy. two weeks out and the transformation of jackson square is getting closer to completion. other projects going on all
over town, too. small businesses, specially the -- some local breweries apparently gearing up and getting ready for the influx of fans and media. they're just getting ready for dennis, aren't they? >> i am ready to go. bring me the benegts. i spent two weeks there when the 49ers played denver. >> and you made it out alive. >> a long time to be on bourbon street. >> the stories he could tell. >> when we get into the x's and os, we're talking peripheral stuff. but the bottom line, frank gore will be the reason that the niners win the super bowl. last season, he broke the 49ers franchise record for career rushing yards. this year, he added the club's rushing touchdown record to his resume, and now the heart and soul of the 49er offense is headed to his first career super bowl. >> the best day of my life, when my kids came, but you know, this is one of them, man. i'm happy. it's been a long time. we came a long way as a team. you know, from being the
laughable niners now going to the super bowl. >> nobody does it better than frank gore. sometimes we have conversations on the sideline, and what he sees, what he thinks will work. and we bat it around. sometimes during the game. >> i'm ecstatic, a guy like frank gore, who's busted his butt for a long time. you know, he deserves to be in the spotlight. everybody deserves to know, not just how great he's been this year and last year but when he came into the league in 2005. >> if he runs for 100 yards the niners are going to win this game. people forget that when frank gore -- he came in the same year that the 49ers quarterback alex smith was drafted number 1. frank was a third round pick because he had two surgically repaired knees, he dropped down to the third round. >> wow. >> he has put in such good numbers. such good numbers. >> yeah. >> it will be great for him to have a win. >> 100 yards, and a win you heard it here. take it to the bank.
>> thanks, dennis. paul is in walnut creek in the cbs 5 mobile weather lab. >> the cbs 5 mobile weather lab is live in walnut creek. i'll tell you what. we have the top notch weather recording equipment right here on the top of the cbs 5 mobile weather lab. it's had a very easy time measuring rainfall since we put this vehicle in service about 10 days ago. that's because every day, we've had zero rainfall. now that is wonderful news if you're a parent and your kids are getting ready for soccer practice. zero rain-outs for soccer or basketball or anything you wanted to do outside. look at the kids out here. no rain tonight, but that's going to change. we'll have decent rainfall moving in over two days of the next seven. january rainfall, start in livermore where you have only had 14% of your formal rainfall for january. san jose, 11%, and san francisco, only 3% of your normal rainfall. 3%. outside we are cloudy and dry, mid 50s for concord, oakland at
58. san francisco currently 59 degrees. because of the cloud cover we won't be as chilly. santa rosa down to 40. san jose 43, and mountain view 44 degrees overnight tonight. you can see on the satellite radar review that clouds and moisture are moving in. you see it building to our south and west. the clouds are now here and with low pressure moving in from the north and west dragging a weak cold front through, showers return tomorrow. mostly we get it tomorrow afternoon. but showers for the first time in a long time will be here and a cooler and cloudier pattern will be here for a while, even after that front moves through. so here is your future cast. we'll see showers moving into the north bay early. most of you got the rain in the afternoon but scattered showers moving back in for the first time in a week and a half. highs tomorrow will not be as mild. hayward 58, palo alto 51, right around 59 for walnut creek, vallejo 58. pet lou ma tomorrow 56. daly city 57 degrees. the next seven days, scattered showers tomorrow, especially late. drying out thursday and friday. low 60s, partly sunny, cloudier
on saturday and then another round of rainfall moves in on sunday before we clear out once again on monday and tuesday. all in all, there isn't going to be anything terribly heavy. not going to be anything terribly widespread but for the first time we'll see showers in the forecast and these kids outside enjoying a dry night tonight for practice will likely see things changing in 24 hours. that's it live from walnut creek with the cbs 5 mobile weather lab. >> paul get back out there. no yellow card next time. well, it's kept them on the field and on the road to the championship. the niners' secret weapon has kept them healthy this season. an base, it's
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well, the 49ers are favored to win the super bowl, and with a great record, huge fan base, it's not that much of a stretch. >> or is it? why stretching may give the niners the edge. [ cheers and applause ] >> >> announcer: gore takes it into the end zone for a touchdown! >> reporter: the niners are heading to their first super bowl in 18 years, thanks to a dazzling quarterback, a phenomenal coach and a ferocious defense. but another important factor, these guys stretch, a lot. and this focus on stretching may give these players an edge >> it helps to prevent injuries. >> reporter: today. >> nice! >> reporter: i suited up. >> so this is the quad and the hip flexor stretch. >> reporter: and got a good stretch from physical therapist marty maddox. maddox says football players develop huge muscles and if they don't stretch them to keep them flexible and elongated, there's trouble. >> watch kaepernick running,
and he didn't have normal flexibility when he takes off in that heated sprint, he would probably hurt himself. >> reporter: the 49ers have been in remarkably good health, compared to the competition. over the past two years, while 49ers have missed 159 games due to injury, the ravens have missed 310. that's 95% more. other teams stretch, but the niners do so religiously. before and after each practice, and again in the locker room. they train hard to stay loose. otherwise -- >> you want to move it quickly, and it's tense and tight, it can very easily rupture or tear. >> it's a event >> oh, god, marty it hurts. go niners! from >> reporter: we all could learn. >> go niners! >> reporter: i was outdoors exercising this weekend but did not take the time to stretch, and boy, could i feel it today. i need to take my own advice. >> so really, everybody should be stretching. >> yes. >> i've heard twice a day, morning and night is good.
>> i think it's a great idea. you'll sleep better. think about it. if you're keyed up playing with youri moats or video game, you're doing this all day long. no wonder your neck hurts. you've got to stretch. all of us. getting off and on the bus it will help. q. is there such a thing as overstretching? >> well, there can be but that's another story. >> ok. >> for most of us we need to do it. >> moderation. >> just do some of it. >> all right. we'll be right back.
the costly ruling against a groc re in the b new at 6:00 tonight, the costly ruling against a grocery store chain that's here in the bay area, how fresh and easy is accused of misleading customers in california. plus... >> why is it that people have to pay the cost. >> why some folks in the bay area will have to pay thousands of dollars just to go home. those stories and much more tonight at 6:00. >> that's 30 minutes away. right now cbs evening news is next. >> pelley: tonight, an attack from the arctic on the heart of america. deaths and some schools are closing, as the
midwest is hit by the coldest weather of the season. dean reynolds is there. documents just released suggest that the highest authorities in the catholic church in los angeles knew about sexual abuse, but did not tell. bill whitaker reports. after a school shooting in texas today, bob orr will show us the new police strategy for stopping a school shooter. and nancy cordes on the state where all of the top elected officials are women. >> we don't have binders full of women, we have ballots full of women. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 38 below-- that was the low today in northern minnesota. schools are closing, shelters are opening as waves of arctic air sweep into the northern states.