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live from our exclusive home in super bowl city, this is kpix 5 news. your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. taking a live look out from the -- a beautiful shot at levi's stadium where they are whipping it into shape for a heck of a super bowl 50 coming up on sunday. good morning, it's wednesday, february 3. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. of course, we're coming to you live from our exclusive broadcast home inside super bowl city at sens restaurant. every day security is tighter as we get closer to super bowl sunday. kpix 5's jackie ward is live down on the plaza with the changes this store reporter: good morning. we're practically neighbors. you're just over there a little ways. good morning to you and everyone at home. we are live in super bowl city this morning and we have been in this area all week. we have seen amped up security,
k-9s patrolling the embarcaderos, and public transit has extra security. homeland security personnel are on patrol in bart in san francisco, today at the embarcadero station the transportation security administration will showcase what local and federal officers are doing to prevent any incidents. and, of course, down in santa clara, a stretch of tasman drive in front of levi's stadium is now closed through tuesday. armed officers are patrolling the area. the security force includes local police, fbi agents as well as s.w.a.t. teams from departments up and down the west coast. kpix 5 security analyst jeffrey harp spent years working with the fbi and knows the pressure that comes with big events. >> in this line of work, there's no margin of error and the people have that expectation of law enforcement. they have a very high expectation, they hold to us a very high standard. so they expect the best when it comes to game day. >> reporter: the department of homeland security is the lead
agency when it comes to argues. the fbi leads both investigations and tactical assets. the communication in the scenarios is key. jackie ward, kpix 5. super bowl 50 is already a big win for some small businesses in the bay area working with the nfl. the league's business connects program has spent $3 million on contracts with hundreds of business owners. one bakery in san francisco's bayview is filling an order for 2400 items. while super bowl is under way, orders are still coming in. >> there are businesses this week still getting last-minute contracts, so we'll tally it up at super bowl is over. >> reporter: to be eligible for the program, businesses had to register as women, minority, veteran or lgbt-owned. they also get to take a course with google aimed at maximizing the benefits of their
contracts. if you live in some parts of the east bay things are going to get noisy this week. it's the oakland airport is expecting a huge inflex of private jets coming to town for the super bowl. at least 500 are expected by sunday. the airport says it's prepared. >> typically on a weekday, we see about 10 aircraft, 14 aircraft up in the northfield. that's where the business operates. obviously after this, we'll see probably about 12 to 15 aircraft per hour departing from the north field. >> it's not just private jets that will see the increase. commercial travel will be up 30% about the same as over the thanksgiving holiday. a broncos player is going back to denver after getting caught up in a bay area prostitution sting. san jose officers were questioning a suspected prostitute last night and found rookie safety ryan murphy and his brother in a car. his brother and the woman were cited. murphy was questioned and released. he is assigned to the team's practice squad.
the coach said his status has not changed. a chp officer is recovering from serious injuries after being slashed by a homeless man with a knife. the officer and his partner stopped the man who was walking on the essex street ramp to the bay bridge early yesterday. during the conversation, the man pulled out a knife and attacked the officer. the officer suffered critical injuries but is now in stable condition and is expected to recover. a new homeless shelter is opening in san francisco but the location and the timing are raising a lot of questions. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us live at pier 80 with what's behind all the complaints . cate reporter: given today's planned protests that organizers are putting together in addition to that, we have mounting tensions between the city and the homeless. will people show up? that's because pier 80 was converted to a temporary home for 150 people who have been living in tents throughout the
city. the city says it's set up with hygiene kits and beds. but homeless tell us it's in an isolated area and they won't go. >> it's too far out. i don't think so. not from here. these people from here will not go there. >> you're going to have to leave and we'll give you an alternative and we're always going to be supportive but you're going to have to leave the streets. >> reporter: that's what mayor lee said last summer. the homeless and supporters plan to protest by setting up a tenth city outside super bowl city and according to the facebook event post, protestors plan to wear 9ers color to tackle homelessness. so far at least 800 people have rsvp'd yes but organizers say we can expect more to show up near sinbad's on pier 2. that protest will be right around 4:30 this afternoon. we also know that here where we are at pier 80 is far from justin herman plaza where super bowl city has been set up. and the homeless say that's the reason why they have been set
up here far from all of the activities of super bowl 50. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, kpix 5. roberta is apologizing to the viewers. >> i'm going to do that to every hour because i'm always in the nice cozy studio and saying boy, it's chilly, grab a jacket heading out. it's cold! i had no idea what i was talking about because it is cold. you will need your umbrella because of rain moving back into the bay area later today. it's live hi-def doppler radar. a little bit of light precipitation to the north. here we go. today right now cloud cover temperatures in the 30s in livermore. wow, 37 degrees? it's in the upper 30s in san jose back into the willow glen neighborhoods and 40 degrees in concord. later today, mostly cloudy skies, rain should be developing in the early
afternoon hours in the north bay spreading across the central bay around 3-ish into the evening commute and south bay. temperatures under 60 degrees. super bowl city in san francisco grab your umbrella, showers in the forecast. we'll tell you just how much rain to expect but right now let's talk about the traffic with gianna. >> there's a little bit of traffic this morning especially out of mountain view. if you are heading northbound 101, we still have this accident. they changed locations. it's at embarcadero road. the right lane is down for the count. two cars and a van tangled up in the area. you're doing okay at the peninsula this morning. northbound 101 from 92 to the 80 state police about 18 minutes. northbound 280 not bad. and 92 eastbound out of half moon bay traffic is clear all the way into san mateo. jumping over to the golden gate bridge right now, so far, so good out of marin county no troubles to report as you work your way into san francisco on 101. and the bay bridge off to a good start this morning. we are seeing a few more cars on the road but no metering lights. that's the good news and an easy ride out of oakland into san francisco.
speaking of oakland, here's a live look at conditions along 880 both directions northbound near the coliseum not showing any trouble spots. back to you. >> thank you. developing news in the south bay. two students at santa clara university have tested positive for meningitis. kpix 5's kiet do is live on the campus with a look at how administrators and health officials are dealing with it reporter: health officials are on the hunt for anybody who may have had close contact with these two infected students in the week before they became ill. if they did, then those people will be urged to get vaccinated. now the first student got sick on sunday then went to the hospital and two days later the health department learned a second student got sick. what's alarming is both students had been confirmed to have the same bacterial strain of meningitis. that's all we know for now. it's not clear if they knew each other. meningitis is spread by close or lengthy contact with asaliva
or mucous of an infected patient. it can take up to 10 days for symptoms to appear. they are like the flu. stiff neck, headache, high fever, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, and confusion. the health department is offering free vaccinations here on campus on thursday and friday. also, the health department holding a press conference today at their headquarters at 10:30 this morning. live at the university of santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. as we keep you covered on all things related to super bowl 50, anne makovec is in our newsroom with the morning's other to stories. bad news on the zika virus this morning. new evidence that it can spread through sexual intercourse. doctors in texas confirm a patient got the virus after the patient's partner caught zika in another country. the virus known to cause birth defects is typically spread through mosquito bites. legislation requiring gun owners to lock up firearms, left in abandoned cars, has
just gotten unanimous approval from san francisco supervisors. that ordinance follows several high-profile shootings involving guns stolen from empty cars. one of them kate steinle who was shot and killed in san francisco last july with a gun stolen from a federal agent's car. and marin's board of supervisors has decided not to adopt a mental health policy known as laura's law that gives local judges the authority to order severely mentally ill people to undergo outpatient treatment when parents or other parts request it. so far 11 counties in california have approved the law. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. time is 5:10. the latest survey in the sierra showing plenty of snow. more than we have had in five years. but experts say not so fast. the drought isn't over. their "demands" next. >> could the legal limit for drunk driving soon change? the plan in the works. >> at 5:10, it's fired up, live ready to go, it's hi-def
the season w e new results are in for the snowfall in the sierra and the numbers are encouraging. the second snow survey of the season was yesterday. the department of water resources says the snowpack is 130% of normal for this time of year. that's higher than we have seen in about 5 years. the drought is far from only. californians cut their water use by 18% in december and efforts fell short of the governor's 25% mandate for a third consecutive month. his order was set to expire this month. but yesterday state regulators voted to extend it into the fall with an adjustment. starting in march, urban californians must cut use by 23% compared to 2013. el nino rains are starting to fill up northern california lakes and reservoirs. the water level at folsom lake northeast of sacramento is now at 104% of average for this time of year. that's thanks to runoff from recent rain in the foothills and sierra. it's been a big help for local
businesses. >> last year was like selling christmas trees in july in the boat business. so this year i'm hoping with a full lake, it will change everything. >> but the water level is only at 54% of total capacity. the feds wanted to crackdown on drunk driving by lowering the blood alcohol limit if they can get states to go along. the national transportation safety board wants the state the legal blood alcohol limit reduced to .05. in 2003 congressman dated that the blood alcohol limiting lowered to .08. california officials say lowering the limit could save lives. happening today state senator steve glazer and some other elected officials are talking bart taxes at walnut creek station. they are expected to announce opposition to new taxes. bart is pushing for a multi- billion-dollar bond initiative but the elected officials are calling for the agency to make several changes. >> and let's take a look now at super bowl city. look at those banners we have been seeing flying around the
city. this is of course on the ferry building. super bowl 50 banner. there you go. a lot of people are heading into super bowl city in the past couple of days and, of course, today it's going to get busier. come thursday and friday it all starts at 11:00 here. and you know the nice thing about traffic? we can look at the bridge and tell you what's going on. >> that's true. it's the best vantage point you can v but you're right with all the folks headed in a lot more out-of-towners this week it very busy. lots of closures on moscone center and embarcadero. northbound 101 at embarcadero road the right lane is down for the counted. three cars involved in the wreck. chp on scene. traffic is still light on the peninsula. our travel times are all in the green so that's good news. north 10192 to 980 split. 18 minutes enough to. checking the rest of the bay area as you head out through
the south bay so far, so good no delays along 101 through san jose where we're clocking in nice speeds. 56 miles per hour as you work your way towards 280/680 interchange. travel times down there not too bad. guadalupe parkway 58 to 101 an 8-minute ride. the rest of the roads we have some stop-and-go conditions out of the altamont pass as you work your way towards the dublin interchange this morning. our slowest spots are around tracy around 205. once you get to 680 it's not too bad. he san mateo bridge off to a great start. the rest of the bay area is fairly quiet this morning. we are seeing nice conditions along 880, the nimitz. everything looks good in both directions near the coliseum. we'll take a look at mass transit coming up in just a few minutes. right now it is chilly this morning. you guys didn't want the rain, remember? all week long. you said don't let it rain. when it rains you have the cloud cover so it's warmer.
right now, we have clear skies over the northern waterfront. we have a temperature at super bowl city of 43 degrees but no rain yet. let's call on our life hi-def doppler radar. upstream we do a bit. let's check the current with the cloud cover right now. 39 in napa, 39 in san jose, mid- 30s in livermore. we are talking 37 degrees, 45 in san francisco. let's get to it. this is what you need to know today. jacket out the door. you need an umbrella for the afternoon and the evening showers. this weekend we are going to talk about near record warmth. right now our pacific satellite imagery indicates at this particular time we have a frontal boundary. you can see it right there that big old l on your tv screen. that's taking most of the precipitation well into the pacific northwest. it's a weak system but we are going to get a sideswipe of it so we'll have some light rain showers. in fact, got a lot of power associated with it, too. so high surf advisory goes into effect tonight through friday at 7 a.m. let's walk you through your day
so you can know when to anticipate the rain. 9 a.m. no rain for the morning commute. as we advance toward the coastline the evening commute there you have it. a little slippery heading home. thursday will be partly to mostly cloudy and then a few clouds linger in our friday before we set the stage for nothing but a sun washed weekend. well, rainfall amounts under .10" for the most part. meanwhile your high temperatures around the bay area today with the mostly cloudy skies a cool day. ski report: 50s across the board today approaching nearly 60 degrees. winds will blow up to 15 out of the southwest. your extended forecast for super bowl city calls for 57 degrees and do you need that umbrella. seven-day forecast, we are talking near record warmth on super bowl 50. the record in the high 70s in san jose set way back in 1963 with you we're forecasting 70 degrees in santa clara for that
big day in the bay area. a historic day i should say, right? >> i guess. >> no kidding. >> perfect football weather. >> with those temperatures, my god, the france going to love it. concerts with a big name doesn't come cheap but super bowl city is it offering some for free. they kick off tonight and we have a feeling you will recognize the line-up all at 7:30 on the city stage in sue biermann park and check out matt nathanson tonight, perry tomorrow, one republic on friday, a alicia keys on saturday. this is kids day at the nfl experience at san francisco's moscone convention center. more than 2,000 local children will have a chance to spend time with nfl players. they are from school classes that completed the nfl play 60 challenge. it's a healthy living program in partnership with the american heart association. time is 5:20. crews working frantically on the finishing touches at levi's stadium next a look inside possibly for the first time before super bowl sunday.
coming up. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the advice that panthers quarterback cam newton did not take and why he is happy he did not. and who is the last quarterback to retire after winning the super bowl? the answer, reaction, straight ahead. (burke) smash and grub. seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. jill's gobbling up our bird's eye teriyaki broccoli.
good morning, everyone. john elway ended his career with a win over the atlanta fal tons in super bowl xxxiii. he is now the broncos general manager and hoping his quarterback's career will perhaps end on the same stage with the same result. 39-year-old peyton manning will be the oldest quarterback in super bowl history. wide receiver emanuel sanders says a win would be the perfect week for him to go out if it's his last hurrah. >> it would be unique to allow him if he decides to hang it up to go out with a ring. um, that's everybody's dream to retire to -- to -- to say, okay, this is my last year, you go out with a ring, uhm, that means the football gods really do love you and based on his career they really do love peyton. >> he is the sentimental pick all the way no doubt about it. as for the other quarterback, in super bowl 50, let's just say it's a good thing that cam newton did not listen to his elementary school teachers. >> i want to be a football player. but yeah, my teacher used to
always say, yeah, but you can't put all your eggs in one basket. and i was, you know, i remember coming in tears telling her like, no, i really want to be a football. i'm going to be a football player and so these are for the people who dream and believe that no matter what another person may say, they know what they want to be. >> and it turned out he is a pretty good quarterback. this is about the time where everybody starts coming into town. the people from carolina, the people from denver, get the party started. our sportscast tonight will emanate from super bowl city as well as the 6, 10, 11:00 news. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great day. >> all right, dennis. we're already there. play of the day, premier soccer, lester city and liverpool. check out this goal.
>> that's a beauty! a long shot from the wing. that's all they needed as lester city won 2-nil, your play of the day. san francisco homeless and their supporters are planning a protest against the city today. i'm cate caugiran with what the homeless plan to do to make sure city leaders are paying attention. >> i'm jackie ward and this is our first morning inside super bowl city. of course, security measured are up all week. we'll tell you about it in just a few minutes. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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caught a few blocks away with blood on his hands. what led up to the random attack. >> reporter: and i'm kiet do live at santa clara university where not one but two students have now gotten sick with meningitis. >> it's live, hi-def doppler radar. we are tracking rain. we'll tell you when to expect it and just how much. >> and we're doing pretty good on the roadways this morning. live look at the golden gate, so far, so good. details coming right up. good morning, everyone! it is wednesday, it's february 3. i'm michelle griego. >> good morning. i'm frank mallicoat here at super bowl city. a broncos player is going back to denver after getting caught up in a bay area prostitution sting. san jose officers questioned a suspected prostitute last night and found rookie safety ryan murphy and his brother were found. his brother and the woman were charged but ryan murphy was not
charged. it's part of a bay area crackdown. >> we are trained to look for any signs of human trafficking, hotel directors, hotel counselors and santa clara here on human trafficking. >> reporter: murphy is on the broncos from a squad. the head coach says the team is better off preparing without him. we are getting closer to the game. super bowl kicks off on sunday. and every day security is getting tighter. jackie ward is live at justin herman plaza with the changes. >> reporter: good morning. you know we have been in this area of super bowl city all week long and we have absolutely noticed as each day goes on more and more security. public transit has ex-school stewart. we have seen amped up security, k-9s patrolling the embarcaderos, and public transit has extra security. homeland security personnel are on patrol in bart in san francisco, today at the embarcadero station the transportation security administration will showcase what local and federal officers are doing to prevent any incidents.
>> we're going to work with our federal partners in law enforcement to add some patrols that people will see. and then in terms of just the stations themselves, our station agents will be working overtime. we'll have extra station agents. we'll have extra janitorial services -- >> reporter: down in santa clara a stretch of tasman drive in front of levi's stadium is now closed through tuesday. armed officers are patrolling the area. the security force includes local police, fbi agents as well as s.w.a.t. teams from departments up and down the west coast. sea in the next half-hour we'll hear from our own security expert who will tell us what kind of planning and coordination goes into major events like this one. live from super bowl city, jackie ward, kpix 5. the field at levi's stadium in santa clara is almost ready for the super bowl. crews were touching up the area yesterday. everything should be ready on sunday. >> the stadium is in -- we feel pretty good where we are right now. i'd say, you know, if we are
going to put it in football terms we're probably in the red zone right now and by sunday, we'll be looking to punch it the end zone and be ready for the game. >> the nfl says the field is in good shape too thanks to the recent warm weather. another star is added to the super bowl line-up. lady gaga has been tapped to sing the national anthem super sunday just before the 3:30 kickoff. and remember, all this week our "countdown to gold" specials air right here on kpix 5 at 7:00. and our entire morning team will be out here for the rest of the week and we have a big show planned on saturday beginning at 7 a.m. with some of top talent joining us on the set. so wake up early with us on the weekend. >> what do you think about lady gaga singing the national anthem? >> it's great. yeah. >> i'm excited. she is so well trained. if she can sing with tony bennett and all the best she can do whatever. so many people have been
saying they have been living vicariously through us on our facebook page. this is an exciting time. i want to send a picture to everybody on our kpix 5 facebook page. it's cold but it's so cool at super bowl city. it's cool and it's cold. >> yes. literally at the same time. >> it's a cool experience. this morning you need your jacket, scarf and gloves and your umbrella. we have rain that's will be moving into the bay area not for the morning commute. we are dry! we do have some light rain showers to the north. that's about it. it should be pushing into the bay area during the midafternoon hours. now, as far as what you need to know today, right now, stepping out in the 30s in livermore. 39 degrees in san jose. it's 45 in san francisco. but 43 degrees right here at super bowl city in san francisco. we're looking out over justin herman plaza. it's a gorgeous started to the day. but later today the rain moves from the north to the south. high temperatures under 60 degrees. and if you are heading here to super bowl city, showers at 57
degrees. we'll tell you how much rain to expect. right now let's send it over to gianna. >> all right. let's jump over to our maps. we have a live look at the golden gate bridge. and so far, traffic is looking good. in fact, there's a live shot as you can see commuters working their way out of marin county heading into san francisco right now. bart right on time. we have 41 trains running through the system so no delays. if you are heading into san francisco today, that is your best bet for all these super bowl city closures. embarcadero southbound is closed between washington and don chee way. northbound embarcadero is open. howard closures between 3rd and 4th near the moscone center. here's the san mateo bridge, traffic very light out of hayward as you head into foster city. back to you guys. gianna, thank you. a chp officer is recovering from serious injuries after being slashed by a homeless man with a knife. the officer and his partner stopped a man walking on the essex stream ramp to the bay bridge yesterday. during that conversation, the
man pulled out a knife and attacked the officer. he had critical injuries but is in stable condition and expected to recover. a new homeless shelter opens today in san francisco but some are questioning the timing and the mayor's motive. kpix 5's cate caugiran is live at pier 80 with more. >> reporter: the city says they are offering up pier 80 as a place for the homeless to go but they say it's too far and they won't come here. so today homeless and their supporters plan to protest and according to the facebook invite or event page, hundreds of people will head to pier 2 at 4:30 today. protestors are planning to wear red and gold, 49ers colors, to, quote, tackle homelessness. there are also plans to set up a tenth city right outside the edge of super bowl city. and homeless tell us that the pier 80 shelter is just a ploy to keep them out of sight. >> it's too far out. i don't think so.
not from here. these people from here will not go there. the tents can't stay there if there's shelter available for people. it's illegal to put a tenth up and block public sidewalks. >> was summer mayor lee told the homeless they had to leave but that the city would offer support. and that's what pier 80 is supposed to be. it's a 10,000-square-foot warehouse that can hold about 150 people. it's set up with beds and hygiene kits. and as we said earlier it's supposed to open its doors i had to -- open its doors today but with the tension between the homeless and city, will people show up? live in san francisco, cate caugiran, kpix 5. new details on a fatal crash that closed part of an east bay freeway. two cars crashed on 880 in san leandro near washington avenue about 8:30 last night. one of the cars overturned. one person died at the scene. a second was taken to eden medical center in castro valley. all southbound lanes were back open about 10:45. and developing news in the
south bay. two students at santa clara university have tested positive for meningitis. there's an effort to find anyone else who was exposed. kpix 5's kiet do is live on the campus with a look at how administrators and health officials are dealing with it >> reporter: good morning. the health department is trying to get ahead of this one to make sure it doesn't turn into a full-blown outbreak. so they are searching for anyone who may have close contact with these two infected students. if they did, then they will be urged to get vaccinated. now the first student got sick on sunday then went to the hospital and two days later the health department learned a second student got sick. what's alarming is both students had been confirmed to have the same bacterial strain of meningitis. meningococcal meningitis. that's all we know for now. it's not clear if they knew each other. meningitis is spread by close or lengthy contact with saliva or mucous of an infected patient. it can take up to 10 days for symptoms to appear.
they are like the flu. stiff neck, headache, high fever, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, and confusion. the health department is offering free vaccinations here on campus on thursday and friday. also, the health department holding a press conference today at their headquarters at 10:30 this morning. live at the university of santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. amazon has a plan to open stores offering books for sale the old-fashioned way. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com joins us from new york. she is going to join us later to tell us all about this. also to tell us about some super bowl food. so i'm excited to hear that point. >> taco bell and good stuff there. we'll get to jill into moment. and now we do have her! [ laughter ] >> somewhere up there on a satellite and we are going to take you to new york. >> reporter: i'm here. good morning. frank and michelle, i apologize for the microphone issues. a little rough start at the asian markets today. they took a dive this morning
following wall street's lead. the dow fell 295 points tuesday. the nasdaq was down 103. looking at the big board it is pointing to a higher open so at this point wall street not taking a cue from them. amazon is planning to open hundreds of physical bookstores according to one executive. they opened its first brick and mortar location in november describing it as a physical extension of amazon.com in seattle. no comment from the company. chipotle feeling the pain from this food-borne illness outbreak. sales down 14% at the end of last year the first time since chipotle went public it had a drop in sales. toyota says that a problem with its -- excuse me, toyota is doing a big recall of about 300,000 trucks and suvs because of a problem with an airbag that comes from the roof. they say a computer is the issue and dealers will replace that for free.
frank and michelle? >> all right, jill. we are at super bowl city this morning. so we are gearing up for the super bowl in the bay area. we also know it's a big day for food and apparently taco bell wants a piece of the action, too. >> reporter: that's right. mystery meat is on the menu at taco bell. the fast food chain will be officially unveiling its meat mashup in a super bowl ad on sunday. even nba player james harden who stars in the commercial says he doesn't know what it is. it's available for preorder now. taco bell will only say that this is a blend of two different foods. they call it their biggest creation yet. i have never been a fan of mystery meat. i don't know about you. we'll see if it works. >> i got a cardinal rule. if i'm eating a taco, i want to know what's in it. >> you usually eat tacos at my house. >> i trust you! >> and he knows what's in it. >> sometimes. [ laughter ] >> jill wagner, cbsmoneywatch.com on a wednesday. thank you, jill. ♪[ music ] 5:41 right now.
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that's because in six days,t state will hold the nation's first primary. all the candidates for president are focused on new hampshire. >> that's because in six days that state will hold the nation's first primary. anne makovec is in the newsroom with the latest on campaign 2016. the candidates are bombarding new hampshire this week all ahead of that big vote next tuesday. republican donald trump has to regain some ground. he admits that his decision to skip the last republican debate may have cost him. trump finished second in iowa on monday behind ted cruz with marco rubio distant third place but trump is downplaying it. >> he comes in third. i come in second. trump no good. rubio, up believable night! unbelievable victory! unbelievable! [ laughter ] >> we have to go out and convince more people that
conservatism is the right approach for america. i have done that and will do that. >> the candidates on both sides are holding town hall meetings this week trying to win independents. undeclared voters are key because of new hampshire's primary voting rules which say those not registered are either party can choose to vote either way. on the democratic side, hillary clinton has more of a fight on her hands than we may have expected. she beat sanders barely beat sanders in iowa. it's set something up a referendum of what the democratic party should be. bernie sanders holds a strong lead in new hampshire. both will answer questions from voters at a town hall meeting tonight and there's a debate scheduled for tomorrow night. sanders' campaign threatened to pull out if clinton does not agree to some of their terms for future debates. clinton says she has met those terms. so we have debates over debates
live in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. talks are planned for a one- year extension to the oakland raider lease at the coliseum. team leaders will meet with officials from the oakland- alameda county coliseum authority. earlier this week the owner said his number one plan is to stay in oakland for the 2016 season. but beyond that, he didn't rule anything out. investors keeping a close watch on yahoo this morning. the internet giant is planning to lay off 1700 workers or 15% of its workforce.the internet joined is planning to lay off 1700 workers, or 15% of its workforce, and close three offshore offices and sell off up to $3 billion in assets. the fate of ceo marissa mayer is unclear although she says she is committed to turning things around. >> yahoo's stock has plummeted by 35% in just the past year. we're out in the elements here at super bowl city and traffic is like a "friday light." nice and easy. >> it is in some spots. if you are making your way early this morning into san
francisco you're in luck. no problems to report just typical stuff degree on. the metering lights are on. the backup is the usual at 880. other than that the commute off the eastshore freeway is in the green so you have a nice drive time from the carquinez bridge to the maze. the rest of the bay area very quiet. light conditions as you work your way along 880 this morning. not getting word of any trouble spots along the nimitz freeway. here's a live look at conditions near the coliseum. you can see northbound 238 to the maze only 16 minutes this morning. southbound not seeing any troubles as you head through the coliseum near this area. it's south of there around 237. we are starting to see a few brake lights around "a" street. getting word of an accident reported in the area from chp. it's business as usual. altamont pass, 22 minutes from the pass to the 680 interchange. you can see extra volume working your way on the westbound side when you make the connector on 680.
no delays north. southbound some stop-and-go conditions into pleasanton. bart on time. 44 trains no delays systemwide. the rest of mass transit on time. caltrain clear at muni metro also good but don't forget there are a number of closures around super bowl city, embarcadero, market affected as well as near moscone center. so remember howard street is closed between 3rd and 4th. it is chilly this morning. here's roberta with more on that. good morning. stepping out have your jacket, scarf, gloves and you will definitely need your umbrella. we have rain showers that will be moving into the area. rain in the evening commute. hi-def doppler not picking up anything now. light precipitation moving in across the northwestern section of the state of california. it's a chilly start to this
midweek. 37 degrees in livermore. 39 in san jose. this is what you need to know today. it is certainly a chilly start with a breezy southeast wind up to 15 miles per hour. afternoon and evening showers just in time for the commute. unseasonably mild this weekend. near or record warmth. satellite and radar, this is a frontal boundary. see all those clouds? it's pressing up against the state of california. we are getting sideswiped by the tail end. city so the end result is all the -- we are getting sideswiped by the tail end of the system so the end result is a weak system and light showers in the area. but it's so powerful still, that it's going to cause a high surf advisory tonight through friday morning. we have 15 feet swells at 19 second intervals. let's walk you through your day. up to lunch hour you see the leading edge of the precipitation. north to the south, rain in the
evening. thursday partly cloudy skies. friday partly sunny. more sun than clouds. and the end result is over the next 24 hours, just up to about a quarter inch of rain in the wettest locations to the north. we do have a sunrise and sunset slated for you right there at 7:11. you know what? you think it's cold now? coldest part of the day is sun- up. it is. temperatures into the 50s to 60 degrees today. again a breeze up to 15. here's your super bowl city forecast. if you are heading here where all the fun is, come by and say hi at noon today. showers, 57 degrees. let's walk you through your seven-day forecast. we're talking about near or record warmth on sunday. we're forecasting 72 degrees in san jose. santa clara, levi's stadium, kickoff on super bowl 50 sunday, sunny skies, 70 degrees. so it was back in 1963 that we had the record high in san jose so we're going to try to make a run at it with a winning forecast. >> can you turn it on now? show them your gloves. >> gloves in hand there we go.
>> yeah. >> blankets down here. >> keeping my fingers warm. it's one thing to see a clydesdales horse in a budweiser add but anotherto pet them in person. today's's bud's fairfield brewery is giving that you chance. the anheuser-busch brewery will host clydesdales as cute as this little guy in a meet and greet. they have been in budweiser super bowl spots since 1986. as the brewery serves bud, this event is a match made in horse heaven. but you can still see the clydesdales in a budweiser ad that will happen on super sunday. cute. time now is 5:51. for years, he officiated mass, funerals and weddings. he is a phony. more on the investigation to uncover the truth. that's next. >> and a live look at, there it is, levi's stadium stadium s the place to be on super sunday and did you know, over 100 million pounds of guacamole will be consumed on sunday.
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that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ duped by a phony priest. l-a-p-d say 59- year-old ern mena scammed parishioners at saint ignatius of loyola pa in highland park out of thousands of dollars. their california church-goers deemed uv duped by a duped by a phony please. allegations that erwin mena
scammed parishioners of st. iguodala in highland park. they have evidence of him scamming people as far backing athe 1990s. church-goers are shocked! >> so people around here in the community, latinos, you know, we give to our priests, to our church. we want to help out. so i guess, you know, people kind hearted they gave and he took advantage of that. >> l.a. archdiocese tells us they have an office in charge of making sure priests are appropriately credentialed. the parish priest is supposed to check with the archdiocese but in this case, no one ever did. in fairfield, a teenager is accused of crashing his car into a five-year-old and speeding away. 19-year-old jefferson tara was arrested yesterday morning. the crash happened monday on san marcos street. the child is expected to recover from severe injuries. it's unclear if drugs or alcohol played a part in the crash.
san jose police have released surveillance video hoping to generate leads after a burglar hit a capitol expressway convenience store twice. the first burglary at the stop and save market took place in june. the sjpd says at least one of the suspects hit the same store january 13th. alcohol, lottery scratchers and cigarettes were among the items stolen. it is 5:56 right now. a broncos player is sent home from the super bowl after getting caught up in a prosecution sting. we'll have details on his detention. >> this is our first morning inside super bowl city and security has been amped up all over the city from public transit to just inside the premises. we'll tell you about it. ,,,,,,
transamerica pyramid. beautiful shot of the bay bridge and also the bay. all the lights out there. we love it. it is wednesday, it's february 3rd, good morning. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now 6:00 a member of the denver broncos is being sent home after being caught in a .prostitution sting in san jose. now the team has sent him packing. kpix 5's sharon chin says the rookie from the bay area won't be on the sidelines for super bowl 50 reporter: sources tell kpix 5 that officers detained and questioned rookie safety ryan murphy during a prostitution sting outside a motel 6 on brokaw road. nearby a gas station manager spotted a swarm of police cars. >> within a few minutes we had maybe about i'd say 7 or 8 police cars all unmarked. >> reporter: santa clara county sheriff's deputies say the county's multi-agency human trafficking task force detained a suspected prostitute when she went to get her purse from a car, officers discovering murphy and his brother in the car. sources say the brother and woman were cited for a "business relationship