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analyst jeffrey harp is a former special agent for the fbi. he is not surprised by the expulsion of diplomats after u.s. intelligence claims russia hacked emails to manipulate the election. >> anytime have you these big sort of investigations happening, um, a result is usually somebody gets kicked out. >> reporter: in addition to the diplomats who are convicted out, the obama administration announced sanctions against four russian intelligence officials and five agencies including the main russian intelligence agency called the gru. according to harp, some of the diplomats in san francisco being forced to leave may actually be working for one of those russian intelligence agencies. >> people come here under diplomatic cover and they are doing things they probably aren't supposed to be doing. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump could lift the sanctions against russia. >> you can expect that the congress will investigate the russian involvement in our elections and i predict there will be bipartisan sanctions
coming that will hit russia hard particularly putin as an individual [ non-english name ] was raised in russia but lives in san jose. she was at the consulate today to get some documents and says she does not want to see a repeat of the cold war. >> i remember those times. i didn't have enough food and i wear the same clothes like everybody else. it wasn't nice. i don't want to repeat that. not new generation, not old generation, because it's bad. >> reporter: yeah, we have already heard reports that an american school in russia will be shut down and the official twitter feed of the american embassy outside the russian embassy in washington, dc is promising repercussions. according to harp, this kind of back and forth between the u.s. and russia is likely to make it difficult for a trump administration to unwind this damage obama has done once he is sworn in. in san francisco, melissa caen, kpix 5. >> it's not first time president obama has done this. earlier this year, he expelled two russian diplomats in a "tit
for tat" exchange. other presidents too have had their run-ins. 2001 the second president bush threw 50 russian diplomats out and then 1986, president reagan sent home 55 soviet diplomats that he accused of spying. new details on the lead contamination in oakland's fruitvale neighborhood. yesterday we told you about high levels of lead in the systems of children. today kpix 5's jessica flores went to ask county officials how worried parents should be about this. >> reporter: county officials say it's definitely concerning but they have known about it for years and they say the source of the lead could be in homes across the bay area. according to a report from reuters, in oakland's fruitvale district out of 500 kids tested, more than 7% had elevated levels of lead in their systems. that's worse than flint, michigan. >> should folks in the
fruitvale be worried about drinking the water? >> no. flint, the problem was the water system. alameda county, no. >> reporter: larry brooks is with alameda county's lead prevention program. he says the problem, the lead paint used on homes prior to 1978. >> deteriorated lead-based paint can be found throughout oakland. most of the homes built in oakland were built prior to 1980. 90%. >> reporter: the county's healthy homes department educates the public and provides grants to qualifying low income residents to upgrade homes. >> over the last 10 years, we have treated over 5,000 children for lead poisoning here in alameda county. it is still a clear, present danger for children who are living in aging homes. >> reporter: but brooks believes it's not just a fruitvale problem, it's widespread as education on lead
poisoning goes up, he says, so will screening and health officials might find even more children with elevated levels of lead in their blood. >> there is no safe level. my goal would be 0%. >> reporter: alameda county says they have about $3 million to help low income homeowners deal with the lead in their homes. in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. air quality officials say they may know where a mysterious rotten egg smell came from. people into richmond and san francisco have complained about it for the past couple of days. now there are signs it came from flaring at the chevron refinery. monitors in the area detected a release of sulfur. but investigators are still looking for other possible sources such as ships or landfills. and they say wherever that odor came from it doesn't pose a health has order. breaking news in san francisco. we are get reports of a deadly shooting in the past hour at golden gate and hyde streets. it's not clear what led up to
it or whether police have suspects. new at 6:00 a first look at the teenager killed by a suspected drunk driver on christmas day. he was 14-year-old andrew nguyen of san jose. kpix 5's kiet do says his family is now talking about their loss. >> reporter: for the first time the family of 14-year-old andrew is speaking out. they released a statement to the "mercury news" that said, while we grieve this loss to our family, we celebrate the immense joy andrew offered to those he came in contact with. and drew will forever remain a source of love and inspiration in our hearts. they thanked the first responders who came to the scene christmas morning saying, we would like to thank the medics, firemen, police doctors and nurses who supported and provided aid to our family. san jose police say jessica zamora had been drinking when she was headed westbound on capitol expressway just before snell avenue. she crossed the median into oncoming traffic and struck the family's suv head on.
the force of the impact severely damaged both vehicles. paramedics took andrew to the hospital where he died. zamora died at the hospital, as well. her friends and family set up two roadside memorials a red themed one for her and a blue themed one for andrew writing messages of condolences. andrew was a freshman at evergreen valley high school. jean lacy's son knew him and said he hopes all the students at the school can learn from this. >> don't drink and drive. you're taking a chance with your own life and killing other people if you do get in an accident. >> reporter: the zamora family set up an online fundraising page that's raised more than $3,500. in contrast the nguyen family shut down this fundraising page today and wanted whatever donations were made to be refunded saying, at this time we ask for privacy as our family mourns the loss of our dearest andrew. currently there is no page set
up for donations. but we would appreciate your prayers during this time. in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. greyhound bus heading to san francisco was in a crash on i-5 early today. it happened shortly before 5 a.m. in kettleman city north of bakersfield. a semi truck rear-ended this bus forcing it up an embankment. the bus leaning at a sharp angle. there were 46 people on board. two drivers and passengers were sent to the hospital with minor injuries. investigators say the truck driver may have fallen asleep before the crash. more than 100 criminal cases in san francisco could be in jeopardy! authorities say an unidentified court reporter let his certification expire between june and october of this year. state law requires the license to be current in order to work. 117 attorneys have been notified of the certification lapse. no word yet as to the impact on cases. two robberies happened within minutes of each other in
berkeley. police made two arrests but they say more suspects are still on the loose. police say the robbers struck last night at the north berkeley bart station on virginia street. officers chased a car that ran a red right on sacramento street. the car crashed, 5 suspects ran out. officers arrested two teenaged girl bus three men got away. a woman who released a video showing ray mcdonald threatening her says there is a specific reason why she did it. the ex-fiancee says she hopes it will help her keep custody of her son. emily turner spoke with her today. >> could say that i'm lucky to be sitting here right now [ whimpering ] and my son is still alive. >> reporter: kendra scott is the ex-fiancee of former 49er ray mcdonald. and now she is facing off against him over custody for their 20-month-old son. she hopes this video explains why and will sway a judge to do
the same. [screaming and crying] [sound of violence] >> stop, stop, stop!!! >> i don't want my son to -- [ crying ] >> -- get old enough to understand what's going on and have to live like that. >> reporter: ray mcdonald has been arrested for suspicion of domestic violence at least twice. and he is currently facing charges of violating a restraining order kendra got against him as well as raping a different woman who was intoxicated. she says at least one of the domestic violence arrests happened while she was pregnant. so did the rape charge of another woman. this uninvited visit to her apartment happened when their baby was just two months old. >> we have a baby! what are you doing!! >> reporter: all vital elements in family court says kpix 5 legal analyst judge ladoris cordell. >> if someone has a propensity for violence for losing one's anger, for particularly being abusive of women of moms,
that's absolutely a major factor for judge to consider in determining what is in the best interests of the child. >> get away from me!! get away! >> reporter: essentially this video, she says, so while it may not have been enough to garner a criminal charge against mcdonald, it could certainly affect the custody case, even prevent him from seeing the 20-month-old boy at all. but that's not the outcome kendra says she is hoping for. >> hopefully, ray can, uhm, get the help that he needs to be a positive influence or model for our son. >> reporter: it's important to note that mcdonald, while he was arrested for domestic violence, hasn't been charged for that. he has however been charged with violating a restraining order kendra had against him as well as raping an intoxicated woman. both cases still ongoing. in san jose police are trying to find two gunmen who did a home invasion and shot
two people inside at 10:00 on peach court near mclaughlin avenue last night. they opened fire on two men inside. we are told they are both going to survive. no description on the shooters. police are not saying whether the home was specific targeted. we are keeping an eye on a traffic alert at the bay bridge. just getting word even though it doesn't look good all lanes are reopened. but it's after an injury accident just west of the toll plaza there blocking at least two lanes but even with the lanes re-opening, it's going to be sometime before traffic heading into san francisco clears up. ♪[ music ] chaos in the friendly skies. what happened on board this dealt in a flight on the way to california that ended with a banking executive and his girlfriend being hauled off in handcuffs. >> plus, caught on camera. bay area kids run for cover when bullets start flying in broad daylight were then a little bay area boy fighting a brain tumor winning a national contest, the sweet honor still ahead. >> and while we had a nice day
fire on a san francisco street corner. it happened on an afternoon of december 5 in the bayview. the man wearing some sort of a skeleton mask takes a gun out of his pocket peers around the corner and runs into the middle of palou avenue and then fires repeatedly at the black sedan you see there. later police found shell casings but no sign of a gunman or the car and so far investigators have not found anyone who witnessed that shooting. it's been a deadly week in oakland with two people gunned down within hours of each other last night. a woman was shot and killed just before 6:00 on the 900 block of 21st street. a 22-year-old man was shot four hours later on 62 trend near the golden gate playground. he died. investigators are still gathering clues in both shootings. family members of two brothers charged in a deadly stabbing inside a target store in hayward are now claiming self-defense. they say jesse and frankie archuleta were protecting themselves when they stabbed the victim to death on christmas eve. kpix 5's devin fehely was there
during an intense encounter in court between the families of the victims and the suspects. >> reporter: it was a joyous moment. >> i do. >> reporter: the 2010 marriage of tyrone griffin and nicole simmons. a bright beautiful memory that she will cling to in the dark days ahead. >> he took my husband's life like it was so unnecessary. it was so unnecessary. it could have been totally avoided. >> reporter: tyrone griffin was stabbed to death in target after getting into an argument with frankie and jesse archuleta over a song playing on their phones with inappropriate lyrics for children. >> he got hit in the head with a bottle and he got dazed on the floor. >> reporter: destiny archuleta defended her brothers saying even though they had been charged with murder it was griffin who was the aggressor that night. >> my brothers are family men. they stay home. they go to work.
they have their own children. they're not bad men. this is not a random attack the. they would never do this. >> reporter: both suspects waived their right to appear in court this afternoon. jesse's defense attorney cautioned against a rush to judgment. >> when this case does end up going forward i expect he will be fully exonerated and was acting in self-defense. >> reporter: nicole says her husband was a loving father and family man who would not have started a fight with his young son living nearby. >> i want people to know what type of man, individual, father, brother, friend, man he was. he was a awesome man. >> reporter: devin fehely, kpix 5 a bay area professor is being called a hero this evening for rushing to help a boy who fell through some ice. it happened yesterday at lake barron a small lake off highway 50 in south lake tahoe. these photos from the lake valley fire department show what happened. the 13-year-old boy was on his
bike when it fell through. ucsf professor ian whitmarsh rescued the boy. rescuers helped him. the boy was treated for exposure, is okay and he was reunited with some of those who saved him. new report shows little or no pesticides on california fruits and vegetables. state regulators tested more than 3500 samples throughout2015 checking for residues from hundreds of different pesticides to see whether the produce is safe to eat regardless of whether it's organic or conventional and results show only a small percentage exceeded state or federal standards. >> about 97% of all fresh food grown in california is good to go as far as pesticide residue is concerned. >> california has the nation's toughest rules. but everyier foreign produce has too much pesticide. officials ordered some ginger
and limes to be taken out of distribution from china and mexico. a boy is savoring the opportunity of a lifetime. sharon chin says he mixed his favorite flavors and created a dream come true. >> reporter: 9-year-old raffi loves milkshakes but they taste better when the flavor you created yourself is selling nationwide. >> tastes like kind of like a cupcake. >> reporter: it's raffi's frosted cupcake a limited edition milkshake from a food company that partnered with the make-a-wish foundation to make dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses. >> several kids came here to the lab to create their own milkshake flavors. people voted over social media for the favorite one and raffi one. >> raffi is my little fighter. he is also my hero. he has been through so much. >> reporter: his mother a
pastry chef says the fourth grader at an armenian school has had a brain tumor since he was a baby. he had about 50 surgeries and continues chemotherapy treatment. but he loves to cook and his milkshake creation is a highlight of the holiday. >> to be able to come up with the flavor concept and then to win this contest and -- it's been amazing. he has been so excited. >> this is good! you did a great job. >> thank you. >> reporter: for real conducted the milkshake contest as part of a $100,000 donation to make- a-wish. >> it's about putting smiles on people's faces so when we were looking for a cause to associate with this was a natural fit. >> reporter: his flavor is available in 16,000 stores in the nation until january 31.
for real is donating money. that's sweet. >> how does it taste? >> good. >> reporter: in emeryville, sharon chin, kpix 5. >> i'm on that. >> great flavor. way to go, raffi. >> really good. >> brave young man. we have a little rain in the forecast. >> no, not on new year's eve. >> weather is not a democracy, my friend. it just happens. we get partly cloudy skies to clear skies tonight meaning cool temperatures. bay bridge looks pretty. but at the toll plaza we have been telling you about the traffic backups. that would not be so pleasant but today was nice with half moon bay at 64. hayward right now 63. san jose at 62. san francisco at 60. and here's how it looks overnight tonight. not quite as chilly as it was last night. we'll be a degree above freezing. they will be in their t-shirts in santa rosa 33 degrees. 36 at livermore. 34 at concord. in san francisco 45. and oakland 44 degrees. a little pesky low that's off
southern california finally will get kicked inland. yesterday we had a high in the pacific that left existence. this low will get swept upbringing it close to the shore saturday morning. so we'll have clouds and showers. tomorrow looks good with a few high clouds over the bay area and temperatures the day goes on for san francisco will peak in the mid 50s before setting down to 50 around sunset. sfo tomorrow looks good, clear and cool with a low overnight of 45. elsewhere, clouds but not bad. atlanta 49. partly cloudy at o'hare and 31. at houston, 61 degrees after 81 two days ago. and new york 41. here's how we look for tomorrow. nice, not quite as warm as today. numbers upper 50s, low 60s. and in the extended forecast, here comes that chance of showers we were telling you
about. new year's day in the morning. >> i'm listening. >> it will be chilly. [ laughter ] >> a few showers around and then saturday afternoon it will clear off so that by fireworks time, the crack of 2017 will have good weather for that. >> revelers. >> looking to next week monday and tuesday, low 50s chilly blustery and wet. >> not overwhelmingly wet but some rain. >> 2017. >> as long as we get those fireworks in there. >> we will. i hope. [ laughter ] >> thank you. a meltdown midair. passengers cheer when a bank exec and his girlfriend are removed from a delta flight. what they did that forced an emergency landing. >> some bay area harbor seals are getting a new home. the delicate operation to relocate the animals. ,, ,,,,,,
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[ screaming and cursing ] >> why, for what? >> the two people from los angeles were both charged with disorderly conduct. the couple was flying home after visiting her family for the holidays. delta issued a statement saying, the flight crew, quote, elected to return to minneapolis shortly after take- off when two passengers refused to follow crew instructions became aggressive and created a disruption in the cabin. a hot toy bringing children around the nation to tears. >> coming up in the next half- hour why the popular hatchimal is upsetting so many kids. >> then the white house names names and lists sanctions. who is being forced out of the
bay area? >> and that's going to bring us to our nightbeat question. do you view russia as a friend or foe? tweet me now i'm at #veronicadlcruz. we are going to have twitter poll results and your comments. come join us tonight for bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. ,,
obama slaps russia with a list of sanctions for its cyber assault in the weeks leading up to the u-s elections. dozens of diplomats have be nry president obama slaps russia with a list of sanctions. dozens of diplomats have been ordered out of the country including some assign to the consulate in san francisco. of course, the president's punishment coming in the last few days of his administration. many are wondering will it stick? reporter craig boswell has more. >> reporter: the obama administration is taking aim at russian intelligence officials believed to be behind the political computer hacking. >> the president wanted today to make sure that russia knew that we weren't going to accept their interfering in our elections. >> reporter: four individuals and five russian agencies including the main intelligence service known as the gru received sanctions.
u.s. intelligence officials believed they carried out the cyber attacks in an attempt to help president-elect donald trump and they did so on president vladimir putin's orders. the government also shut down two russian owned facilities in new york and maryland which they claim were used to collect intelligence. and the state department is kicking out 35 russian operatives from the embassy in washington and the consulate in san francisco. obama administration officials acknowledge, president-elect donald trump will wipe out these sanctions as soon as he take office. but they say he should think twice before doing so. >> the next president want to lift sanctions against senior russian intelligence units to make it easier for them to interfere with our elections? he can do so but it makes no sense. >> reporter: president trump issued a statement against it saying it's time for the country to move on saying he will meet with leaders of the community intelligence next week to be updated on the facts of the situation. president obama says he will provide a report to congress about russian attempts to interfere in the election in
the coming days. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. about 200 officials with the department of homeland security are now accused of taking nearly $15 million in bribes. according to a "new york times" investigation, they were taking money to cover criminal activity such as drug deals, immigrant smuggling and the selling of green cards. in one case a worker is accused of allowing someone to arrange a murder. 15 homeland security employees have been arrested for the bribes over the last year. a wreath of flowers is among the many arrangements brought to the hollywood walk of fame for debbie reynolds today. heartbroken fans are showing up pouring out their emotions over the loss of reynolds and her daughter carrie fisher both dying within a day of each other. debbie reynolds's son says his mother missed her daughter and wanted to be with her. minutes later she collapsed. reporter marlie hall says the sudden death shocked the public but some doctors are not surprised. >> reporter: the death of 84-
year-old hollywood legend debbie reynolds is raising awareness about broken heart syndrome. her son todd fisher told eonline that his mother was under a lot of emotion and stress from the loss of her daughter and it's pretty much what triggered this event of the medical term for broken heart syndrome is stress cardiomyopathy and it has to do with stress hormones such as adrenaline. >> so in an extremely stressful especially a sudden stressful state, there is a large amount of release of these hormones and there is a possible toxicity they can pose to the heart muscle making it weak. >> reporter: stress brought on by grief or anxiety can lead to sudden intense chest pain symptoms similar to a heart attack leading to heart failure common in women and it typically occurs in women over 50. >> patients present very sick and suddenly and often require a lot of for get them through the syndrome. >> reporter: but doctors add most people who suffer from
broken heart syndrome make a full recovery. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. people aren't the only ones being pushed aside by progress in the bay area. a herd of harbor seals is being relocated from one of its favorite east bay hangouts. kpix 5's da lin on the creative solution. [chuckling] >> reporter: 27 harbor seals sunbathing. if you think that's a tight squeeze, check out this photo taken on christmas eve. >> we saw 49 fall out. and that was a record. we never saw that before. it -- it -- we were dumbfounded because the record we had seen was like 38. >> reporter: this more bar seal monitor keeps count of the seals. over the summer he and volunteers were concerned they wouldn't return. the harbor seals have been lounging on this old doctor years until the water emergency transportation authority removed it in july to make room for a new ferry maintenance facility. but neighbors lobbied and the
ferry agency built this platform made of concrete and styrofoam. >> if we had to move it, we had to move it 900 feet from the construction zone. >> reporter: it works. they came back. >> we seen them fishing all the time. so fish, protection, safety, that's what they need. >> reporter: but some neighbors want the ferry agency to build at least one more. this platform is about 500 square feet. >> it's too small. and i think it will be really too as a matter of law when the spring comes and we have the baby seals. >> reporter: they hope the success will encourage the city to pay for a second platform. for now, the seals look happy. >> they are relaxing. >> what do you think the seals are doing, joe? >> sleeping. >> they're sleeping. are they comfy? >> yeah. >> yeah. i'd say they're definitely relaxing and enjoying the sunshine. [ laughter ] >> reporter: volunteers say this is the best time of the year to check them out. you will see a lot of them between 2:00 and 3:00. that's the warmest part of the day. of course, they love lounging in the sun. in alameda, i'm da lin, kpix 5.
well, a terrifying ride for some helicopter passengers. the aircraft crashed in the snow on mount baldy in san bernardino county. four people were on board. they were able to get out on their own. one had to be airlifted to the hospital a second taken by ambulance. no word on what caused that crash. honda is recalling more than 630,000 of its odyssey minivans here in the u.s. honda says the second row seat could move unexpectedly instead of locking in place. increasing the risk of injury in a crash. the automaker will replace the affected parts free of charge. vehicles from model years 2011 to 2016 are affected. so far, no injuries are reported. well, a compassionate cop getting worldwide attention for punishing a teenager with pushups instead of an arrest. arlington, texas officer eric ball caught the teenager smoking pot outside a movie theater this week. video of the pushups now going
viral. ball says his department encourages officers to think outside the box so that's what he did. >> wanted to kind of teach him a lesson to use that situation as a learning tool. he was real respectful. so i told him he had two options go to jail or give me 200 pushups. i got that from when i played sports in high school coaches and stuff. >> the teenager's mom ended up tracking down officer ball after the encounter. she thanked him for what he did. she said she would have made her son do 1,000 pushups instead of 200. it was the top of christmas wish list for thousands of children. but some parents and kids are saying, their hatchimals won't hatch. what the toymaker is doing about it. next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
stop there. they have now received approval for flying warehouses. the commerce giant wants to use blimps stocked with drones to make those deliveries. the blimps warehouses would circle cities at 45,000 feet and then launch drones with those orders. once the delivery is complete, the drones would fly to a shuttle to be carried back to the blimp. the airport warehouses could also be used for food deliveries as well similar to the ground service under way at levi's stadium. prime members can order food and party supplies right to their tailgate parties. it is one of the hottest toys this holiday season. >> oh, but there's some parents who are complaining that hatchimals aren't all they are cracked up to be. as kpix 5's joe vazquez reports, the company is now scrambling to fix some issues. >> hatchimal. >> reporter: it works perfectly in the commercial. the furry animal pecks out of the shell. but in real life, some kids are finding their hatchimals aren't hatching the way they are supposed to. and their parents aren't taking
it well either. many are playing they can't reach the company that makes the toys. family therapist says whether it's a sweater that didn't fit or a book you have already read, everyone gets a holiday gift or two that's a disappointment. >> in general, it is hard to say that people always walk away from christmas feeling good about everything they got. >> reporter: she says it's important to remember it's not the end of the world. >> focus less on the actual gift not hatching in this case on more on the fact that someone went out of his way to give you a gift. >> reporter: spin master the maker of hatchimals tells kpix 5 they are aware of some problems but they say the vast majority of children have had a magical experience with hatchimals. >> what do i do with my hatchimal. >> reporter: they have troubleshooting tips on the hatchimal website among them replacing batteries and turning the locks under the egg 90 degrees. she recommends parents involve your children in the fix. she says that should be the best gift of all.
>> encourage them to be part of the solution to a problem that's making them disappointed and sad. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> spin master says it has hired more customer service representatives and also extending calling hours. it also says customers who have defective toys will get replacements soon. and listen to this. [ beep beep ] >> yeah. several youtube videos have been posted of hatchimals saying of what sounds like the "f" word. the toymaker says the creatures are actually just saying, hug me. i have often confused those two actually. [ laughter ] >> we have got mostly clear skies around the bay area tonight that's going to lead to a cold night and showers around the area and the amounts coming up and we also have sports. >> straight ahead, it's broke, it's broke! derek carr, the aftermath.
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but you may still have a tough time finding crab... or you may have to pay the commercial crab fishery has just expanded here in northern california. the area where they fish. but you may still have a tough time finding crab or you might have to pay more for it. that's because fishermen from bodega bay north through oregon and washington went on strike yesterday over a price dispute. wholesale buyers want to lower the price paid to fishermen to 275 per pound. fishermen want $3 a pound so they say they will stop fishing in areas where the season is already opened or delay the start of their season to try to get that higher price. brian hackney is in tonight for chief meteorologist paul deanno. you have a bit of good news, right, in terms of new year's eve at least? >> yes. that is the rain will be out by new year's eve late. early you could get a few showers and things will definitely begin to cool down from today which was the
warmest day of the week. already we're down to 48 degrees at livermore and in santa rosa 47. in san francisco right now 54 degrees. we do have clear to partly cloudy skies. it will usher in cool temperatures tonight. santa rosa freezing. fairfield 31. livermore 36. here's how it looks off the pacific coastline. that low, that pesky little low off baja finally gets kicked inland as it gets caught up in the southwesterly spinning under that other low that's north of hawaii and as it gets kicked closer to the shoreline, we begin to pick up this. high clouds tomorrow morning. tomorrow looks nice. not quite as warm as today. look what happens on saturday. in the early going on saturday we increase clouds. not a big rainmaker. just could be a few scattered sprinkles especially over the coast ranges but nevertheless, sort of a leaden overcast start to new year's eve. the rest of the day northerlies push the clouds out of the bay area so that by fireworks time,
saturday night, we should be in the clear. so it will be partly cloudy and chilly tonight not as warm. well, not as mild for friday because numbers are coming down. we'll get a rain chance on saturday in the early going and clear it off late in the day. for tomorrow, the numbers are pretty close to average in fact dead on cue for san francisco. 56 degrees right where we should be the last week of december. concord at 59. san jose continues warmer than average at 62. oakland will be at 59 degrees tomorrow. a few high clouds in the early going and then increasing sunshine as the day wears on. and so for new year's eve, eve, in santa clara, 61 degrees. san jose 62. los gatos 63 degrees tomorrow. very nice in the east bay, as well. numbers mostly in the upper 50s and low 60s with plenty of sunshine. including the north bay tomorrow. 58 degrees for santa rosa. 57 for petaluma and kentfield. in san francisco, 56 degrees. and then for ukiah and lakeport
the numbers will be in the 50s. and pleasant day for cloverdale and windsor with numbers near 60. extended forecast is where we pick that up chance of a few showers early saturday morning. sunday will live up to its name the first day of 2017 comes in with sun but it will be followed shortly by rain on monday and tuesday. showers and cool monday and tuesday. then we'll break into sunshine by wednesday and thursday. so something for everyone as 2016 says bye-bye. we are going to say hello to vern glenn up next with sports. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
...latest on qb derek carr... as we're gonna take you "inside football" with newly released video... yes, we know the surgury was nfl up top. the raid he is let'sers latest on derek carr. new video. surgery was successful no ligament damage, he happened to be micked up on the very play he was injured against the colts five days ago. [ screaming ] >> it's broke, it's broke, it's broke, it's broke, it's broke!
>> stoic. didn't scream in pain like many of us would. of all the team sports this has to be the ultimate next man up one. so it's matt mcgloin under center and i'm sure this is an issue for the broncos defensive coordinator because he has a little information to prepare for his defense. just being under center opens options in the run game. oakland could clinch the afc west in a first round bye. here's coach jack del rio sounding -- like a coach. >> just take them one at a time. we have been able to stack up enough to be in contention. now we need to close the weekend out right taking care of business and taking care of this opportunity and bring home the title. that's how we started the year as our number one goal and it remains our number one goal. >> hey, mark this one down. you can see the raiders and
broncos right here on kpix 5. s kickoff sunday. i'm in denver. and my teammate andrea nakano and jj stokes in studio eye black optional. college football for you. how's this for a visual? that's jim harbaugh. his michigan team plays for -- i know it's the dinner hour, his michigan team praise florida in the orange bowl tomorrow. about miami. >> the beach, bikinis. >> yeah. i don't know anything about that. >> no. not on the itinerary? >> don't know what you're talking about. >> so the beach is out. the prize they won is the orange bowl trophy. a win would be great. orange slice snacks?
awesome. >> i don't know anyone who doesn't like hands run oranges. i find on, tow very refreshing. same with orange juice. great thirst quencher. and last time i ate an orange was yesterday. i had one the day before that. all right. will muschamp and south carolina just scored against south florida and went for two in the birmingham bowl. just a minute to play. here's jake bentley great leaping grab by hurst. it tied the game. south carolina had been down by 18. in overtime, south florida closed it out. flowers to dillon. and dillon hauled it in for the game winning touchdown. and south florida won it, 46- 39, first 11-win season in school history. nba here's steph curry with three of his 28 last night. a 121-111 win over toronto.
golden state is playing nine of ten games at home. the road game at sacramento. how about that, coach? >> somebody said we don't get on an airplane until january 19th. these guys are probably going to be dying to get out of the house by then. and the wives an girl friends are going to be ready for them to leave, too. >> yeah. dallas mavericks are coming in on tomorrow. so what, you love the "dubs" and get out -- now's the time of the you have until january 19th to get to oracle and see them. january 16th, the cleveland cavaliers. >> oh, look out. >> are here. >> oh, lebron. >> there will be a little drama around that. >> that will be tough tickets. >> not just another regular season game. >> you're in denver it weekend. i'm running out to get my eye black. >> beautiful. >> for the raiders game. >> i love the look. >> i'm running out to get harbaugh a t-shirt. >> that's it for kpix 5 news at 6:00. join me for nightbeat at 10:00
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