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appeals will decide on in the coming days. plus, maybe some football fans here in the bay area celebrating a super bowl win by the patriots last night because bay area native tom brady got his fifth championship ring. how he says his team was table to pull off a historic come back. 7:00 on a monday morning. take a look at the picture on your screen. get ready to go through some haze and mist and rain. it's going to be a wet week and thank goodness steve paul sen is working overtime to help us through the week. welcome back this monday morning, february 6th i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. straight to steve now. >> do i owe her money or something? >> i have relied on you these past two months. >> get ready. this week looks wet here
starting a little bit now but more so tonight and tomorrow. another system thursday -- i'll be honest looks like rain through the middle of the month and beyond. these are fast moving systems coming across the pacific. not a lot of cold air with them. over an inch in kent field. lexington an inch and a quarter and morgan hills up to an inch and a quarter. san rafael three quarters. san jose .28. once again, san jose is always the outlier. they beat san francisco and oakland at 16100ths. it's almost impossible to fine tune this. expect rain and wind tonight and tomorrow and another system friday and saturday. maybe a break by the weekend. nothing past four days here. so much moisture is streaming across here. the atmosphere is juiced up and the soil is taking about as much as it can.
light rain in there down towards skruz mountains. mild and 50s on your temps. everything is coming up from the southwest and that holds abundant moisture once it arrives. everyone is in on this southerly direction. you can take this and once it moves in, it's raining big times. 50s and 60s on the temps. >> what can you tell me sal? >> i can tell you traffic is busy through and wet as we. we have been looking at a lot of the typical commutes here. the bay bridge, you can see traffic here is going to be okay. it is backed up for just a little bit. all the way out to the mac arthur maze. metering lights on. nothing unusual. the car pool lanes are moving well and no major problems. also looking at interstate 880 in oakland, you can see traffic here in both directions looking good with no major issues. traffic continues to move along well.
as we go to the maps, westbound 580 traffic is busy as we drive over the at mont pass. no major problems here. the traffic is busy. 680 is slow as you drive out of pleasanten ton and head down to fremont. new this morning, three small earthquakes overnight in the north bay. all of them were just after 6:00 this morning. north of napa, the ssgs says the first three more magnitude 3.2 and the last was 3.3. we're keeping an eye on this. no word yet of damage. the patriots win the super bowl. brady has his fifth. what a come back. >> sports analysts and fans are calling it the biggest super bowl comeback ever.
the 34-28 win makes tom brady the only quarterback to earn four mvp awards from the big game. the patriots forced the game into the first overtime in super bowl history coming from 25 points behind. new england won the coin toss then scored on its first possession. that gave the patriots led by bill bell their fifth lombardi trophy. many fans were pulling through a victory because of ties to the bay area. live in san matt where the mvp played as a teenager. >> yeah, he grew up here and folks still live in this area. good morning, gasia, tom brady a proud graduate here in san matt. we're seeing students arriving for classes this morning and people talking about this victory last night. a lot of people celebrating after their home tone hero won another championship -- -- hometown. he held up the lombardi froe fy
lombardi trophy after a thrilling come back. he also took home his fourth super bowl mvp award last night. that's the most of any player in nfl history. the patriots boy, they looked like they were done last night trailing by 25 to start the second half of last night's game. somehow they managed to turn things around. tom brady talked after the game saying things obviously didn't start the way they wanted but they finished the right way. >> that's the way we didn't plan it. everything we didn't want to do in the first half and it's better in the second half. so a great -- you know, just a hell of a football game. >> one of the other stand out players in last night's super bowl is also a bay area native, patriots wide receiver julian edelman from redwood city and went to wood side high school cht he had the catch of the night, maybe the catch of the
season when he somehow managed to hall in a pass that had been tipped up in the air by the falcons defenders. that's play helped to keep the patriots alive. >> it tells you how mentally tough this team is. we're down 25 points and it's a microcosm of the season. there's adversity. we stick together and we are mentally tough and work hard and keep on playing and keep on grinding. and we finish on top. . >> and brady dedicated last night's win to his mom battling an indisclosed illness. she was wearing a scarf on her head last night and wasn't able to attend any patriots games all yearlong but she was there last night in houston to celebrate with her son. after that unbelievable super bowl victory last night of
course tom brady getting all the accolades and a lot of people are saying this cemented his legacy of the greatest quarterback of all-time, even more than joe montana of the 49ers and that's up for debate. >> we are debating. we are on facebook and twitter. thank you, it's a hot topic. >> it's really hot. because of yesterday's outcome here's our question of the day. is tom brady the greatest quarterback of all-time? or was it joe montana. let us know what you think. post a comment on our ktvu facebook page. san francisco is now at the heart of the latest legal battle over president trump's travel ban. live at the ninth circuit court of appeals set to rule by a federal judge in washington that put a hold on the president's order. >> yeah, it was more than a week ago when president trump
signed an executive order banning feem from seven muslim majority nations from entering the u.s. the debate over the controversial travel ban could go to the u.s. supreme court. it will get there by way of the ninth circuit court of appeals located here in san francisco. washington and minnesota sued president trump over the ban. the attorney general says the president's executive order unleashed chaos and argued their states have been harmed by the damage done to public universities and other institutions of higher learning as well as entry to the state's operations, businesses, tax bases and public funds. they argue the ban is a violation of the 14th amendment of the constitution because it discriminates on religion and national origin. a federal judge in washington state put a temporary stop to the ban and in response attorneys for the trump administration criticized the stop saying it second guesses the president's national security judgment.
what the 9th circuit court of appeals will decide is whether the temporary stop will be upheld or if the travel ban can resume again immediately. >> the likelihood is high it has to go to the supreme court. that is two or three months and it will take five votes to overturn the appeals court. if it's a tie the appeal court holds if you're in this dialogue for a long time. >> uber, google, apple and a handful of other tech companies have filed briefings since the port of washington and minnesota suit. secretaries of state say the travel ban will put u.s. troops aboard in harm's way. the trump administration has until 3:00 this afternoon to respond to the latest round of legal finding and the 9th circuit court of appeals could make a decision on this as early as tomorrow. the 9th circuit court covers most of the western united states including alaska and hawaii but it is head quartered here in san francisco. so that's why the next chapter
in this legal battle is going to be happening here. back to you guys. in an interview over the weekend, president trump said he may take action against california where lawmakers are considering legislation that would make california a sanctuary state. >> i don't want to defund the city or anybody. i want to give them the money they need to properly operate as a city or state. they will have sanctuary cities -- we may have to do that. certainly that's a weapon. >> on another issue president trump said he respects vladimir putin. >> i respect a lot of people but that doesn't mean i'm going to get along with them. he's a leader of his country. i say it's better to get along with rushsz than not and they can help us in the fight against isis -- -- russia and islamic terrorism all over the world. will i get along with him? i have no idea. . >> president trump was asked
about reports that president vladimir putin had ordered people to be killed. mr. trump said the u.s. has a lot of killers and our country is not so innocent. as far as his threat to withhold federal funds from california, there are restrictions on his power to do that. in many cases congress would have to change laws for federal funding to be held back from a state or city. the government could eliminate federal dollars to a law enforcement agency if it refused to cooperate with immigration authority. sticker shock for some p g&e customers, the reason your power bill may be higher this winter. the commute is a little wet out there. still have some wet roads and slow traffic on highway four. a lot of cloud cover, some light rain giving way to more rain. some of it moderate to heavy and the wind picking up, a very busy weather week.
it's tax time also. there's another scam to warn you about. plus, the fight over immigration policies goes on wall street. pack cook back in the studio with our money business. >> some of the biggest names in technology filing a court brief opposing president trump's immigration order. many of them rely heavily on foreign workers. that is something affecting wall street and the talk there. ringing in the opening bell, ups is starting off the day a little bit of a mixed note.
the retailer announced yesterday his departure is effective immediately. in november the company reported better than expected quarterly profit and revenue and in january it said holiday sales were lower than anticipated. tiffanies did sign on lady gaga as a spokes person featured in the super bowl ad. pg and e customers are upset after receiving higher than expected bills. the increase natural gas rates by 13% back in august. most of us didn't notice until recently when all of us turned up feeders. rates for lek tisty going up three times in the past year. bills are an average of 21% higher than they were this time last year. the rates are still lower than the national average. now, the internal revenue service is warning employers
about a growing email scam targeting the w two forms. the scammers send a fake email pretending to be from a higher level executive in the company requesting information on employees w-2 forms and social security numbers and home addresses and salaries. previously the scam targeted corporations and now they're going after school districts, tribal organizations and nonprofit. so certainly be careful of that. there's a number of scams out there. the bbb website has a number of things to look for as well. back to the pg and e bill story, we got ours and it was the highest it's ever been. i like a cozy house but it wasn't all me. >> i kind of gave everybody in the family a little talking to. >> put on a jacket what's going on, there you go. not just us turning up the heat. >> i'll have to put on a sweater. thank you, pam. >> time is 7:16.
let's see if everybody is behaving on the roads. they are wet this morning and problems too. >> it's not raining hard. there's been showers out there. i think we will have problems. we already have slow traffic this morning between walnut creek and oakland. the traffic is going to be busy here in lafayette. it's just a little bit worse than it normally is. this morning the commute will be more than that. when you get to the other side you will see slow traffic as well at the bay bridge toll plaza backed up for 15-20 minutes. even some car pool lines are slowing down a bit. you can see the it's the peak of the morning commute here when it comes to slowing and merging slow traffic. southbound 680, i noticed how slow it this morning. getting out of pleasanten ton, heading to fremont. 880 is slow. slowing down into fremont. 7:17, let's go to steve. thank you sir. we have a lot of cloud cover
i know loma, someone getting close to two inches up there as well. look at the moisture streaming across. nothing to stop it here. a series of systems coming in tonight and tomorrow. three quarters of an inch for some. skruz mountains also parts of marin. gusts to 50. wind advisory out that kicks in tonight at 9:00 and goes until 6:00 a.m. the wind is pickingup for some higher elevations is already there. light rain this morning. a stronger system thursday and friday. we should get a break over the weekend. the way things are going in this pattern, i say that with confidence level of a c plus things moving too quick to say anything past five days should be this or that. coming up mainly from the southwest, they stretch all the way across the pacific here. you take the low level jet stream and this moisture which is way above average for what it should be.
the golden gate south north of that is not as much. that will start to fill in by this evening and tonight. light rain still showing up. east bay over to livermore and union city, back to fremont as well not a lot here but wood side and highway 35 and certainly along the skruz mountains back to scotts valley and morgan hill down to gilroy. there are winter storm warnings out for the mountains. some of this is a rain snow mix. snow levels going up. these are warm systems. what's falling is snow is measured in feet. san jose, 58. here's your southwest breeze. it's already beginning to pick up. i've seen gusts in higher elevations at 40 miles per hour. snow on the go up in seattle if you haven't heard. there's reports of 6-7 inches of snow. this is not going to happen for us. these are warm systems, almost undercutting what we call and
it's giving heavy totals. for those of you into this, the gfs for the rainfall total. look at sacramento as we get to friday, saturday and next week. 7.5 and we're looking for 4 to 5 around here. 60s on a lot of temps. you know, just get ready for rain. and wind. heavier is tonight, tuesday morning and again thursday. her nomination is causing controversy nationwide. what is happening today surrounding trump's pick for sec take of education.
a woman born in yemen -- she was finally granted a visa and was flying to the u.s. last week when the president's travel ban took affect after seven years of trying to get a visa. >> finally we finish with the process and brought her home. . >> as you can imagine she had an emotional reunion with her family at the airport. she hasn't seen her sister in four years.
a researcher who had been stopped from coming to the u.s. is now on his way to work at stanford. the researcher arrived at jfk airport yesterday after being turned away last week. they are set to work with stanford on robotics that would make surgeries less expensive for patients. it took them eight months to get the visa to the united states only to be held up again by trump's travel ban. . the second week of the murder trial of antolin garcia- torres gets underway in san jose this morning. he is charged with 120 2012 kidnapping. the defense has been arguing that investigators mishandled evidence and she may have wanted to run away. one of her friends testified the two had planned to meet up the day she disappeared and the friend said she would never abandon her family and friends. the man faces live in life in prison without the possibility
of parole. two republicans senators say they are voting against betsy devos after receiving many calls from their home district. that could mean the confirmation vote ends in a 50- 50 tie and mike pence would be called in to cast the deciding vote. she seemed unfamiliar with the individuals with disabilities education act. 7:26 now. a technical glitch during a super bowl commercial. it had google home systems going haywire. plus, we have new information about an officer involved shooting here in fremont. what woman saw when she looked outside heroin doe. we see traffic that is not great. we have a lot of slow traffic out there including rainy san matt bridge. more than just a rainy bridge, it's a rainy bay area and northern california. looks like a really rainy week.
clouds everywhere and rain somewhere. it's a tricky forecast even for steve who is dialling it in by the minute. welcome back to mornings on two. this monday morn february 6. >> with that music going we're going to ease right over to steve. the heavier comes in later this afternoon and evening could be a whole different story. looks like this moisture is racing in here and looks like rain starting tonight along with wind picking up as well into tuesday and off and on into wednesday and another on thursday and friday. so get ready, they are stacked up out there. a quarter of an inch maybe for the most southern locations but three quarters to four for some. that's just from this system coming in tonight and also tomorrow.
just abundant moisture coming out of the southwest. this light rain pushing around dublin and union city and fremont. also on the peninsula. the skyline back to the san mateo coast. morgan hill and gilroy getting rain every day. >> 50s on the temps. everyone is very close. the southwest breeze, boy is it picking up in the higher elevations and the wind advisory starts tonight. strong low off of seattle giving them snow, 6-7 inches of snow. many flights cancelled up in seattle and here comes our system for tonight and tomorrow. this is warmer. there's nothing to stop it. 40s and 60s on the temps. rain and wind pick up later tonight and tomorrow. seattle flights cancelled because of the snow. >> i saw that. i have a friend in seattle and they sent a picture of snow. i'm thinking okay, there you go. >> let's go out and take a look at the east shore freeway,
westbound 80, you can see traffic is busy this morning. 38-minute drive from about highway four heading out to the mac arthur maze. nothing out of the ordinary. it's not a light commute. there's been certainly worse commutes out there. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up for a 15-20-minute delay. no nba juror problems getting on to the bridge. you will see slow traffic for sure as you drive through the area. i want to mention marin county and traffic is going to be busy on southbound 101 this morning. from about row lan boulevard, stop and go traffic and also getting into marin county on the richmond bridge. you have a little waiting to do before you make it on to that span. 7:32 back to the desk. we'll take a peak at the top stories we're following this morning. the debate over the travel ban is centered on the ninth circuit court of appeals.
a three judge panel will decide whether an emergency hold will remain in force against the travel ban. they put the hold on the president's ore. a ruling is expecting in a week. dozens of tech companies are joining the fight against president trump's travel ban. 100 companies filed a court brief against the policy in san fan fran last night. the companies argue president trump's orders could prevent them from attracting skilled workers from overseas which could hurt economic growth. the companies that joined the brief include apple, facebook, twitter, and microsoft. amazon and oracle did not join the group. in an interview over the weekend president trump says he may take action to withhold federal funding from california if they vote to make the entire state a sanctuary state. president trump says he's in favor of holding back federal money from city and states that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. one man is dead in fremont. a police officer is recovering
after an officer involved shooting. christian captain is in fremont. you have been out there a few hours now. tell us about what happened out there. >> yeah, at this point fremont police aren't releasing a whoet lot of information about this officer involved shooting. investigators say it all starts with a report of a battery about half a mile away. an officer responding to the call tracked down the involved parties near the intersection of suter drive. investigators say the responding officer and the suspect got into a physical at occasion which escalated to the point where the officer drew his weapon and fired. a neighbor tells us what happened next. >> i was in my room and i heard some gunshots and that's what made me get up and our dog is barking. that's what made me get up and come outside and look and that's when i saw the canine dog and the officer over the
gentlemen that was on the ground. >> fremont police tell us the other officers responded to the scene immediately and tried to save the man. he was declared dead here at the scene. the officer who filed his weapon was taken to an area hospital to what investigators were saying non-life threatening injuries. the incident still under investigation by fremont police. the district attorney's attorneys office have also launched a parallel investigation. we're looking to see if we can contact them later on to find out more detail about the incident. time is 7:35 super bowl li now in the record books. everyone talking about the big come back. reports from houston, patriots beat the falcons in an amazing overtime performance. . >> the new england patriots prove that they can keep on winning super bowls after an amazing victory over the atlanta falcons sunday night.
>> playing in overtime for the championship. doesn't get any closer than that. >> the super bowl goes into overtime for the first time in history after the patriots come back from the grave. the falcons unable to hold them off. >> penalties and just mistakes and so i don't think it was one thing or the other. just a couple things here and there. >> the falcons were up big in the third quarter before falling apart. >> i think for sure we ran out of gas. these guys battled hard for it. we knew it would come down to the end for sure. >> the patriots scoring 19 points in the fourth quarter with james white scoring the winning touchdown in overtime. . >> i don't think it was -- you're playing with fire if you're trying to manage the clock down to eight points ch got to get it in however you can and james ran it in -- he had three touchdowns tonight.
unbeliefable. >> patriots fan never giving up faith. >> belichick told them never give up. >> atlanta fans can't believe the falcons couldn't hold on for the victory. >> we should have won the game. i'm heart broken. >> officials in boston are having a parade for the new england patriots this week. in houston at nrg stadium, fox news. in boston patriots fans filled the streets right after the win. this is new video from overnight near fenway park. people are dancing and cheering and even chanting "brady". >> super bowl fans applaud loudly for former president, george h.w. bush and his wife barbara at the super bowl. 0. >> president bush, would you please toss the coin? >> that was a big moment before the game. the former president and his wife were brought out for the
ceremonial coin toss, the first public appearance by them since they were both in the hospital last month. mr. bush is 92 cares old and was treated for pneumonia. the former first lady is 91 and she was treated for bronchitis. lady gaga thrilled the crowd during the half time show for super bowl li. ♪ [ music ] ♪ [ music ] ♪ everybody is talking about her entrance. she performed several of her biggest hits during a 12-minute high energy performance starting out on the roof at nrg stadium and lowered by suspension cables. she was a big supporter of hillary clinton and some people were expecting her to make some kind of political statement during her show but in the end, she did not. . >> millions of people tuning in watch the big game and see the super bowl ads. one was from san francisco
based air bnb. ♪[ music ] ♪ the ad shows people of all ages, races, religions and become ground and included the "we accept" message and to embrace people and their differences. they never mentioned president trump and banning people from different countries. air bnb says they will provide short income housing and starting to help refugees and relief workers because they want to help many more types of displaced people over time. it says it will doe fwhat 4 $4 million to the international rescue committee over the next four years. there was a technical glitch during google's super bowl commercial.
♪[ music ] ♪ so apparently this commercial caused google home systems to go off. when a voice from the ad says "oak google" it confused the system at people's homes -- -- okay. they apologized and google itself has not yet responded to the report. now the atlanta falcons is over, the 49ers can talk to kyle shanahan about becoming the 49ers new head coach. chip kelly was fired. he would be the fourth head coach in the past 26 months. there are reports the falcons are interested in chip kelly to take shanahan's job as the falcons offensive coordinator. >> the oakland raiders fans took another step to keep their team in town. they gathered in jacqueline square to record a video for
the raiders management and nfl. . >> film in oakland. >> this group has members that are dead kated to getting a new stadium built-in oakland. they say they are hopeful the investment group put together will be able to put the deal together and keep the raiders in the east bay. time is 7:41 president trump sends a warning to california. >> i don't want to defund anybody. i want to give them the money they need to properly operate as a city or state. >> at 8:00, how he is responding to news california wants to become the first sanctuary state. first, new developments in the murder of a new york jogger six months ago. the man who police now have behind bars. good morning, we do have traffic that is going to be busy still and it's going to be slow on highway four coming up
courtroom and afterwards it was clear the grief and anger is still raw. . >> do you think this is justice? >> absolutely not. not yet. . >> his father says he would never do this. >> his father is a [bleep]. >> just stop. . >> no further comments. >> go away. get lost. get out of my face, now. >> prosecutors say she confessed about the killing and scheduled to return to court in two weeks. police are searching for whoever fired shots during a party. this happened about 1:00 yesterday morning outside the sunrise bank hall and event center. students from several universities were there and several fights broke out during the party and they spilled outside into the park lot. no one was hurt. time is 7:45. police search frg a hit-and-run
driver who seriously injured a man yesterday morning as he was changing a fire on interstate 280. it happened at 4:00 a.m. on northbound 280. the victim had stopped on the right hand shoulder and was changing his left front tire when he was hit. the suspect's car described as a 2006 to 2013 red toyota corolla with damage to the right front bumper, fog light and fender. a car linked to a hit-and- run crash killed a pedestrian last week has now been found. it happened early thursday morning on highway 101 near the atherton avenue onramp. the man who was hit died there at the scene. they were able to figure out the type of car involved based on debris from the scene but they haven't said how they were able to track down the car in hayward. investigators say they have a person of interest but so far no arrests have been made. the highway patrol says a
witness helped them find a suspected arsonists who set a parked car on fire. the car was found yesterday morning and a witness helped them find and arrest 20-year old old. he was booked on a number of charges including arson. . 7:47 is the time. sal, have you been able to the physical examination on highway 24 yet? >> i'm letting them know what they're dealing with. hopefully that helps them out. starting off in the east bay with a lot of slow traffic on highway 24. you can see traffic here in lafayette is slow. seems to be improving. it hasn't been raining in the last few minutes and the traffic is busy but getting a little bit better as you drive over to the tunnel. it's about a 20-25-minute drive. also looking at the toll plaza of the bay bridge, the car pool lanes are moving well. still a big back up getting on to the brinl.
san jose in the silicon valley, nothing out of the ordinary. we still have a lot of slow traffic on 85 and 101. all trying to get to sun valley. gn, it's a typical monday morning commute. 7:48 let's bring steve in. thank you, we'll get to observations coming in. you might say okay, turn it off because there's plenty going on. some of the rain in some locations getting close to two inches in the santa cruz mountains. morgan hill all over an inch. blossom hill two-thirds and danville a third of an inch. mountain view also a third of an inch.
just incredible moisture coming across. it's taking aim right at us and it's multiple systems to impact us between today and probably friday there's some rain in the forecast. the two main systems are tonight and tomorrow. then also again on thursday but the wind advisory kicks in tonight and another system on thursday. there looks to be a break on the weekend. i don't trust anything like that. the extended outlook, about 14- 16 days out is extremely wet. so we'll see if that holds. they have been consistent on that. some of the rain moving over from san francisco and over into marin county back to berkley and oakland. on the peninsula as well. right over portola valley. some of that beginning to increase a bit. 280 over to 101 also in the east bay union city and fremont, over to hayward and pleasant ton and livermore. also from santa clara again,
morgan hill to gilroy. highway 17 more rain. 50s on the temps and mid 50s for some. san jose, upper 50s and southwest is really going to pick up. some of the higher elevations above 35. incredible moisture again coming across. these are way above average for this time of year. you get that and lots of good support from the jet stream low level and the main jet where the pilots fly, it's screaming across the pacific taking aim at us and translating into a lot of rain over the next ten days. 40s and 60s on the temps. -- -- 50s. some of the soil and river out of trees, dave, another wook week where we have to be observant of things. >> it's not looking -- well it's looking very wet going forward. >> for you to say that -- it must be.
for the queen of england, a major milestone. up next, the special celebration for her as she becomes the first british monarch to reach the sapphire jubilee. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
about two inches of fresh powder could fall and then there's a concern about the wind. the gusts could reach up to 60 miles per hour. supporters of president trump held a rally over the weekend right outside trump tower in new york city. . >> sushgsa u usa. >> these are supporters of the president about ten # people gathered showing their support for him and his policies waving american flags and singing pate yotic songs. critics showed up as well showing opposition to the president. hundreds of people protested in los angeles against president trump's executive order that fast track the dakota access pipeline and keystone xl pipelines. they gathered ner pushing square and marched for a rally outside the building. they say it threatens the water supply and sacred sites of the standing rock sioux tribe.
president trump supports the pipeline because they give the united states energy independence and create construction jobs. back here at home in marin, a stretch of highway shuts down near mure beach are cut off because part of highway one was torn away after a landslide from last month's big storm. highway closure causing increased response time for emergency vehicles. residents are frustrated and have launch aid letter writing campaign after cal tran says it may be months before the road is fixed. now cal tran says design work has been expedited. >> highway one is a coastal highway and very vital. that is one of the challenges we face. it's a very necessary and vital road but it also is very subject to storm damage.
>> cal tran says the 5 million $5 million repair job should be finished by april 1st. president trump says he doesn't know how his travel ban will affect the chances ot united states hosting the 2024 olympics. los angeles is competing to host the games against paris france and budapest hungary. the president says he would love to see the los angeles get the olympics but doesn't know if his travel ban would make it harder for the city to win the bid. the queen of england is marking a big anniversary. queen elizabeth the second took the thrown 65 years ago today. she's the first british monarch to reach the milestone. her sapphire jub lea is marked with cannon absolutes -- -- jubilee and also at the tower of london. no public ceremony. the buckingham palace says the 90-year old queen is spending
the day quietly in england. . time to check in with mike and gasia. fighting back against president trump's travel ban. the legal action taken overnight in san francisco. bay area tech companies are now joining the fight. >> how tom brady dedicated last night's win to his mother. it's slow out there and the rain may have something to do with it. you can see it's been raining recently here on the sat mateo bridge. get used to rain. i don't care if it's steady or heavy, light or moderate, it's all in the forecast this week coming up.
tom brady and the patriots celebrating another championship now after a stunning come back in super bowl li last night. we'll tell you how the team managed to turn it around and we'll tell you what they are saying about brady here at his old high school in san mateo. the legal battle over president trump's travel ban comes to san francisco. where the issue stands now and what the 9th circuit court of appeals has to decide on in coming days. let the wet week begin as we give you a live look at san francisco international on a monday morning. 36 delays reported and 13 cancellations. those delays i should mention are inbound and outbound of course due to weather here as
well as well as bad weather elsewhere across the country. good morning, welcome back. it's monday february 6th i'm mike mibach. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. the weather is changing by the minute. steve will tell us what you know about the week ahead. >> get ready for a wet week. this is the start of it here, our first front going through last night and now rain is picking up again. nothing too widespread. saint helena at an inch and a quarter. other locations, lexington reservoir over an inch and a quarter and morgan hill. blossom hill .63. mount view a third. there's a lot more on the way and it continues to take aim right at us. we call this multiple systems coming in, rain through friday morning and a break by the time we get to the weekend. we'll need it.
the next system, so the two main ones are tonight, tuesday and also on thursday. the moisture source is just nothing stopping it coming straight across mid latitude systems. mild and warm. rain in berkley and san leandro and south san francisco moing through rapidly as well. continuing to add up and getting thicker and darker in spots as you head towards the east bay. not all of this is heavy. its a sign of things to come here. it's not taking long. santa cruz mountains and morgan hill and gilroy in the running for rain. a tremendous amount of moisture coming through. some of the totals here, especially as you look out towards sacramento, the mother load. there could be serious flooding issues. ukiah as well. 4-5 so you know what that means for the russian river. if sacramento gets 7.62 between now and monday night you know there will be problems.
60s on the temps. okay, sal, what do you have? i saw a tweet from golden gate bus that says that the manzaneta park is flooded in marin county. i don't know what the tide situation is. buses are serving the southbound stop in front of the buckeye restaurant. northbound stop at bohono street. there's flooding down there. don't park your car there. people ignore the signs and come back and their car is underwater. that's not good. don't park down there. catch your bus at the buckeye. let's look at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is slow if you're driving westbound coming into san francisco. light rain, steve said it's raining later. not good for drivers obviously. let's talk about interstate 880 north and southbound. northbound is slowing down.
in san jose a lot of slow traffic on 101 and 280 up to sunniville. let's go back to the desk. the patriots amazing come back victory in super bowl li is once again sparking the debate over the greatest nfl dynasty ever. 0. >> he's in, patriots win the super bowl! braid has his fifth. what a comeback. >> the patriots win in the first super bowl to go into overtime. it's given the patriots fans a lot of credibility. it makes braid the only quarterback to have five super bowl victories and four mvp awards. the win was not a sure thing from the start as the falcons scored the first touchdown and ran up a 25 point lead late into the third quarter it was 28-3 and the patriots came back and forced the overtime and won the coin toss and the falcons
never saw the ball again. they took the team 75 yards and james white scored the biggest touchdown of his life. alex savage joins us live from san mateo atom brady's old high school. >> reporter: hey, good morning, certainly a sense of pride here at sarah high school in the surrounding community, watching the game unfold last night ask the incredible comeback by trade. he was a star here in and graduated in 1995. students and staff talking about last night's super bowl victory and his career overall which is just really amazing. so they are celebrating again, another championship by the hometown hero. he held up the lombardi trophy after the thrilling come back win in super bowl li. it was his fifth championship in his career.
he also took home his fourth nfl super bowl mvp award last night. that's more than any other player in nfl history. the patriots, they look like they were done last night trailing by 25 points to start the second half of last night game. brady says he and his team never gave up. >> we played our tails off all season to get to this point and it's hard to win a game in the nfl and to beat this team and get down 28-3 a lot of mental toughness by our team and we're going to remember this for the rest of our life. >> brady graduated from sarah high school in 1995 and his parents still live nearby. sign tud main entrance to the high school we were there this morning and there's brady memorabilia in the cases and lots of tribute to him across the campus. students and staff say his success in the nfl is something to celebrate. >> a sense of pride really. he was a really a common kid when he was here. a good guy.
all his clat mates and teachers liked him and i guess it's really important, he's a good human being and his parents are great people. >> being a nineer fan i always think about joe montana is the greatest quarterback of all- time but watching that, seeing for your own highs who the best is. . >> reporter: brady dedicated last night's win to his mom who has been battling an undisclosed illness the past year and a half. she was seen wearing a scarf on her head attending the super bowl last night. she had not been able to g to any of the games all yearlong but she made it to houston and on the field to celebrate after the incredible comeback. five super bowl rings and all the talk today is about whether or not braid is the greatest nfl quarterback of all-time. possibly even better than his childhood hero, joe montana. >> tough debate around these parts.
i did hear tom brady this morning say that joe montana and steve young still his idols and still gets chills when he's in the presence of them so he tips his cap to them. the debate yes indeed continues. alex, thank you. it continues on the ktvu facebook page and twitter feed. the question is tom brady the greatest quarterback of all- time. let us know what you think. post a comment to our facebook page or tweet us. in other news, the next chapter in the debate over president trump's controversial
travel ban comes to san francisco. allie rasmus joins us live outside the 9th circuit court appeals where there's a say in what happens next in the president's executive order. >> yes, that executive order bans people from muslim majority nations from entering the u.s. for if next 90 days and also halts the refugee program. the executive order was signed more than a week and a half ago and already it's become the center of a very heated legal debate about its effectiveness and whether it's constitutional or not. the next chapter in the debate is written by the 9th circuit court of appeals headquarters here in san francisco. this latest step in the legal battle all stems from a lawsuit that the states of washington and minnesota filed against president trump for that travel ban in a briefing filed just before 1:00 our time, the attorney general of the state says the president's executive order unleashed yea yos and negatively impacted students and staff. washington state says there's 7,000 resident departments
affected and restricting their ability to travel cost businesses like microsoft, amazon and ex-pediatric ya money and resources and that affects public tax rev few. on friday a federal judge in washington put a temporary stop to that ban and in response an attorney for the trump administration criticized the judge's action saying stopping the ban causes irreparable harm to the president in the country and second guesses the national security judgment. with the ninth circuit appeal court will decide if the temporary stop is upheld or if the travel ban resumes immediately. >> the likelihood is high it goes to the supreme court. it will be two or three months. if it's a 4-4 tie the appeal court holds and you're in this dialogue for a long period of time. >> reporter: now, uber, google, apple and 100 other tech companies have filed briefings against the ban saying it inflicts "significant harm to
american business". the trump administration has until 3:00 this afternoon pacific time to respond to the latest round of briefings and the three judge panel could make a decision about whether or not to uphold the temporary ban as early as tomorrow. the experts say they will have a decision within the week. gn, a lot of people expecting this could easily go all the way to the supreme court. back to you guys. >> allie rasmus, live in san francisco, thank you. in an interview over the weekend president trump says he make take action against california where lawmakers are considering legislation that would make california a sanctuary state. >> i don't want to defund the city. >> but you're willing to. >> i don't want to defund anybody. i want them to have money they need to operate as a city or state. they have sanctuary cities, we may have to do that. certainly that's a weapon. >> on another issue he said he presidents russian president vladimir putin. >> i respect a lot of people
but that doesn't mean i will get along with him. he's a leader of his country. i say it's better to get along with russia than not and if they help us in the fight against isis which is a major fight and islamic terrorism all over the world. that's a good thing. will i get along with him? i have no idea. >> he's a killer though. vladimir putin is a killer. >> he was about about reports vladimir putin has ordered people to be killed and the he says the u.s. "has a lot of killers and our country is not so innocent". the falcons season is over after yesterday's big loss. what this means for the future of the 49ers. back in court, in the murder of sierra lamar, up next the claims the defense is making to prove antolin garcia- torres is innocent. just a first of many rainy commutes and this morning, we have had slow traffic here in san jose northbound 280 slowing down opt way to coupe tee know
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he's set to on robotics that will make surgeries less invasive and cheaper for patients. it took him eight months to get the visa to come to the u.s. only to be held up by president trump as travel ban. a 12-year old girl is back with her family in california this morning after being stranded overseas because of the travel ban. she arrived yesterday at sfo. her parents are legal citizens of the united states. she was born in yemen and her family spend seven years going through the immigration process to bring her to the united states. she was granted a visa finally and was flying to the u.s. last week when the president's travel ban went into affect. >> finally we finished with the process and back home. i appreciate your support to help. >> she had an emotional family re reunion with her family.
antolin garcia-torres trial gets unwadz. he's charged with the 2012 murder of the sierra lamar whose body has not been found. last week one of her friends testified that the two had plans to meet up the day she disappeared and that lamar would never abandon her family and friends. if convicted he faces the death penalty or life in prison without the possibility of parole. time is 8:17. if you were driving through rain today, be prepared for tomorrow and the next day. it's a busy week again. >> it's a tough week. that applies to all of us driving in traffic or not. we're going to see flooding again if it rains the way steve says it will. and there's no reason to doubt steve who is so accurate. flooding this week, it hasn't rained enough to see it here at the bay bridge. traffic is slow so put that in
the back of your mind. not a great drive around the bay. this is a look at the richmond bridge. 280 and 85 are slow. a tough week with the weather and just everyone back to business of course. 8:18 let's go to steve. >> thank you, sir. well, again, everything is starting to really pick up even though it's raining for some now tonight into tomorrow. the wind and rain can be intense. this is what i'm concerned about for many here. david is up in will let. strong wind event at 8:00 p.m. brought the oak stree down. no horses were injured. not only that but we're getting the warm sector of these systems coming in. there's tons of flights cancelled or delayed in the northwest due to the weather. that would be snow.
a lot of snow -- this is actual actually what we dealt with last week. it's around vancouver and seattle. so portland and seattle are dealing with really tough weather conditions but everything is pretty much shut down in seattle last time i checked. maybe some warm air starting to move in a little. getting groan in there. temperatures warm up a bit. we're getting underneath that and a much warmer pattern. some of the rainfall an inch and three quarters. kent field an inch by now. other totals take your pick, mountain view a third of an inch. morgan hill an inch and a quarter. lexington an inch and a quarter and maybe more than that by now. the next system coming in, there could be isolated areas of four inches that would not surprise. gusts 40-50 in the higher elevations. sierra snow, a wet snow and this is a sierra cement.
very warm systems coming in. a stronger front arrives on thursday. you can see the moisture just screaming across. very good support with the low level jet stream. it's funneling the moisture right in here. steady rain and parts of oakland and berkley, also right here at the mother ship. pretty good rain. wood side and men low park, that is lightning up a bit. towards the at mont pass, south of that and also areas around danville where there's light rain and certainly morgan hill and goil roy, things are letting up. scotts valley highway 17 things are picking up. they will continue to do so. 50s on your temps. a er raze of these systems -- i don't like to use the term "atmospheric" because it's
overused but these are very moist systems. some of these into the sacramento area, these are causes for flooding. the weekend we get a break but if santa rosa is getting four and ukiah getting five; that's a a lot. lot. the water and the wind, i would take it to the end of the week. 'break on the weekend. there's signs of very wet patterns throughout the month. . sticker shock for pg and e customers. the reason your power bill may be more expensive this winter.
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called in break a tie. 0. >> guns may have a place in school to protect students from grizzly bears. they are attending city college next semester under an agreement reached by the san francisco board of supervisors. after months after back and forth with the board, the mayor has agreed to plan which called for spending millions of dollars on tuition. residents are eligible. the plan will also pay for books for low income students. spores say it will help city college turn the corner after losing a third of students during the accreditation crisis. now that the super bowl is over, now what is next for kyle shanahan. what the 49ers are doing this week to secure him as the next head coach. an officer involved shoot shg, what neighbors have to say about this incident.
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now if you're flying in and out of sfo. 36 delays and 13 cancellations. they are delays inbound and outbound because of weather here and elsewhere around the country. if it did not rain on you for your morning commute, get ready for that to happen this afternoon or tomorrow morning. welcome back to mornings on two. we'll help you sort it out. it's monday february 6, i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm mike mibach. let's go to steve. dial in on the forecast, good morning. good morning, seattle has lots of issues with flight delays because of snow. a lot of snow up there. they are picking up and so is the trees. a lot more on the way. decent totals here. sunniville added this half an inch of rain and lexington at
an inch and a third. there's a lot more on the way, not only today, tuesday, and wednesday into thursday, moisture is streaming right across. starting to pick up a bit. for some not heavy. it can add up on the peninsula and santa cruz mountains. these southwest facing areas and higher elevations are really in for heavy rain here. into the santa cruz mountains and valley, it keeps ongoing and not letting up. warm air mass in place. everything is coming right out of the southwest and that's going to funnel in this moisture to give us not only light to moderate rain but heavy rain through the week with totals coming in exceeding four and five inches of rain and maybe more than that. sacramento, that would be incredible rain for them. flood concerns up in the sierra as well as for us. five inches of rain and those locations using ten.
50s and 60s on your temp. okay, sal. what would you like to tell me? highway four? >> yes, highway four there's a crash at bailey road blocking several lanes. sounds like people are injured. crash beyond our line of sight. highway 4 at bailey road. if you're getting on the road after bailey, it's like wow, where did everybody go? kind of out of our view, there's a crash westbound four involving several cars. moving along, taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, that's aimproving a bit. a 15-20-minute delay at the plaza. the south bay commute, still a lot of slow traffic. most of the traffic has made it into the valley. most of the traffic is there in the west valley. if you're driving late you might see traffic easing up at
the back of the commute. 8:32 back to the desk. here's a look at the top stories we are following this morning. the debate over trump's travel ban is centered on the 9th circuit court of appeals in san francisco. a three judge panel will decide whether an emergency hold should remain in effect against the travel ban. it was a federal judge in washington that put that hold on the president's order. a ruling from the court of appeals is expected in a week. dozens of tech companies are also joining the fight against president trump's travel ban. almost 100 companies filed a court brief against the policy. the companies argue that president trump's orders could prevent them from attracting skilled workers from overseas which could hurt economic growth. the companies join the brief including apple, google, and microsoft. president trump said he may take action to withhold federal
funding from california if lawmakers in sacramento vote to make the entire state of california a sanctuary state. president trump has said he's in favor of holding back federal money from cities or states that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. a deadly officer involved shooting in fremont is under investigation this morning. christian captain with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, we have been trying to get in contact with police to learn more about this officer involved shooting. at this point they're not releasing a whoet lot of nfths. fremont officers were here on scene. the scene cleared now and they closed down mowry avenue for hours. it all started with a report of you battery about half a mile away -- -- a battery. an officer responding to the call tracked down the involved parties here near the intersection of mowry and suter. the responding offer and suspect got in a physical at
occasion. the officer drew his weapon and fired. a neighbor heard three shots and described what happened next. >> i was in my room and i heard some gunshots and that's what made me get up and of course our dog was barking. that's what made me get up and come outside and look and i saw the canine dog and the officer over the gentlemen that was on the ground. . >> fremont police tell us other officers in the area responded immediately and tried to save the man. he was declared dead here at the scene. the officer who fired his weapon was taken to an area hospital to what investigators are saying are non-life threatening injuries. the incident under investigation by fremont police and the alameda da office. last night fremont police did tweet about the incident saying it appears to be self-contained and no further threat to the community. we'll continue to get in contact with fremont pd to find
out more information. back to you, gasia. super bowl li is now in the record books and everybody is talking about the comebac. the patricia beat the falcons in an amazing performance. the story from houston. >> reporter: the new england patriots proved they could keep on winning super bowl after a victory over the falcons sunday night. >> playing in overtime for the championship, doesn't get closer than that. >> the super bowl goes to overtime for the first time in history after the patriots come back from the grave. the falcons unable to hold them off. >> penalties and just mistakes -- so you know, i don't think it was one thing or another. just a couple things here and there. >> the falcons were up big in the third quarter before falling apart. >> for sure we ran out of gas. i can tell you how hard these guys battled for it.
we knew it would come down to the end for sure. >> the patriots scoring 25 points in the first quart. james white scored the winning touchdown you're playing with fire if you're like try to manage the clock at eight points cht get it in how you can. james ran it in for three touchdowns tonight. >> patriots fans never giving up faith when their team was down. >> they never give up. you think they win in the locker room. >> atlanta fans can't believe the falcons couldn't hold on for the victory. >> we should have won the game. i'm heart broken. >> officials in boston say they will have a parade for the new england patriots this week. in houston 59 nrg stadium, joel walt man, fox news. people were dancing and cheering and chanting and the celebration stretched to houston where the game was
played. >> 28-3. we were down 28-3, came back and it happened. >> the patriots went in the locker room and they never give up. they win in the locker room and bill belichick said never give up. . >> braid, mvp, yeah! >> patriots fans are encouraged that brady is playing another 3- 5 years. a warm welcome before the game for former president, george h.w. bush and his wife there at the super bowl. 0. >> president bush, would you please toss the coin? ? >> the two were brought out for the ceremonial coin toss. this was the first time the public had a chance to see the former president and the former first lady since they have been hospitalized last month. the 92-year old mr. bush was
treated for pneumonia and st former first lady who is 191, she came down with bronchitis. they both live in houston. lady gaga thrilled the crowd at the half time show for super bowl li. ♪ [ music ] ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> lady gaga performed several of her biggest hits during a 12- minute energy filled performance. she started out on the roof and was lowered to the stage by suspension cables. she was a vocal supporter for hillary clinton but she didn't make any overt political statements during her forms. now that the season is over, the 49ers talk to the offend if coordinator about coming to santa clara. kyle shanahan was named assistance coach of the year. there was also an espn report that says atlanta back up quarterback, matt shaw who becomes an unrestricted free
agent is interested in following shanahan to san francisco if he comes. raiders fans gathered yesterday to record a video message for the raiders management and nfl. >> build in oakland, build in oakland. >> the group included members of the forever oakland organization dead kated to getting a new stadium built-in oakland -- -- dedicated. they say there's solid business reasons for keeping them in the bay area and they hope they can put the deal together and keep the raiders in the east bay. new developments now in the murder of a new york jogger. the man police now have behind bars. good morning, still slow out there in many areas including highway four. tough to see but there's a crash out there. traffic is winding down to one lane right in front of the bart station. rain is picking up already for some and it's really picking up by tonight into
sexual assaulting and killing the 30-year old last august. the nypd linked louis to the crime according to investigators. she fought for her life and had his nda under his finger fails. he was arraigned on second degree murder charges and more expected for the family who was inside the courtroom. >> do you think this is justice? >> absolutely not. not yet. his father says he would never do something like this. >> his father is a [bleep]. just stop. go away. go away! get lost. out of my face. now! >> prosecutors say louis confessed to killing the arresting officer and he's scheduled to return to court in two weeks. . >>. about 1:00 yesterday morning outside the event
center, students from several universities were there. fights broke out and spill #d out into the parking lot. one driver was seriously injured while changing a ire ton interstate 280 -- -- tire on. the victim stopped on the right hand sholder and was changing his wife when he was hit. the fog light and fender, meantime a car linkd to a hit- and-run crash that killed a pedestrian last week has been found. the hit-and-run happened early thursday morning on highway 101 near the onramp. the man who was hit died there at the scene. investigators say they were able to figure out the type of car involved based on debro. they haven't said how they were able to find the car in hayward. they do have a person of interest but no arrests have been made. coming up, checking in with sal and the monday morning
commute. good morning. >> good morning, mike. right now a lot of slow traffic out there. i want to get to the pictures we have if we can start with the toll plaza or actually start with -- i know -- highway four. that accident looks like the picture has gotten better westbound four in front of the bart station. it's blocking lanes and that's why traffic has been very slow coming out of pittsburgh. seems traffic is still very slow. this is westbound four at bailee right near the bart station. watch for blocked lanes. looking at the bay bridge toll plaza you'll see traffic getting better getting into san francisco but still a delay. this morning's commute in the south bay is slow. we still see a lot of slow traffic along 101 and 85. at 8:46. let's bring steve in. the weather is not getting better. >> it's getting worse.
the evening commute may be bad as well. the rain has been picking up for many. the sky yesterday so dark. finally the rain made it. get ready for more rain. some most of the day off and on. eventually it will start to fill in and you can see the moisture source just heading rauth out. there's nothing to stop it really. just continuing to moisten things up. let's face it, any system coming in is producing rain. some of that towards the east bay and san ramon. some of that continues right about over stanford and redwood city. union city and out to the altamont pass. the rains picking up in the santa cruz mountains. it's been consistent, over two inches in some locations. the boulder creek highway nine looks like more on the way. there's plenty to work with.
the wind picking up. these are warm systems the southerly wind direction coming from south and southwest. this is going to be a wet pattern for some, especially santa cruz mountains and also russian river. for many in marin county, some projections here not off the chart. as we head towards the end of the week, some up in sacramento. seven inches of rain by the time friday rolls around. you know that's causing problems. yauk ukiah also over five early next week as well. things to keep an eye on with wind picking up and heavier rain coming in. maybe a break on the weekend. sure looks like it. we're going to need it again. hints of a wet pattern after the weekend so stay tuned. february is shaping up to be similar to january. >> coming up at 9:00, we're going to dissect the super bowl as the best and worst. there was a technical glitch,
taking a peak at the opening bell starting trading on wall street. brand new work week for you. taking a peak at numbers and see what the dow is doing over two hours you can see it's flat. up but not too much. macy's stop carrying trump's mens wear last year. . customers are expecting macies to follow the lead with ivanka trump's clothing and jewelry. nearly all the items are being sold at discounts. bap
♪[ music ] ♪ [ music ] ♪ . the ad shows people of all ages, races and religious backgrounds and includes the hash tag "we accept" the es imagine embraces all people and their differences. it never mentions president trump or the executive order banning people. it's a follow up to the ad saying abnb will provide housing for people in during the next five years. they will start by helping revs, rereef workers and disaster survivors but wants to help many other type of displaced workers workers. another super bowl ad received so much attention it
crashed the company's website. ♪[ music ] ♪ 0. >> the commercial from hardware chain lumber 84 featured a spanish speaking mother and daughter traveling from mexico to the u.s. at the end it was banned from airing on television. to see the entire ad, you had to go to lumber 84's website which received so much traffic it ended up crashing. another commercial by aud highlighted equal pay. . >> do i tell her despite the education and drive, her skills and intelligence, she will automatically be valued as less than every man she meets.
0. 0 oorjts in this ad for kia, it was one of the best commercials that aired during the super bowl. she seems to be on a role making headlines making a surprise appearance on snl with shawn spicer. there was a technical glitch during the super bowl commercial. commercial. >> this commercial caused google home systems to go off and confused the assistant in people's homes. people were tweeting google was
avenues in afghanistan have killed more than 80 people in the last two days -- -- avalanches. rescue teams are trying to make their way through roads that were blocked by the snow. yesterday afghanistan's government declared a public holiday due to the snow. the united nations has offered help. more snow headed towards the sierra nevada. snow levels expected to fall.
wind could reach up to 60 miles per hour. hundreds of people protested in los angeles against the order to fast track dakota access pipeline and keystone xl miep lines. opponents say the dakota access pipeline threatened the water supply and say credit sites. police have investigating a troubling discovery on a hill in danville. investigators found what was lookly a swastika. it's backward which represents hinduism and buddhism. neighbors say it's not the first time the symbol has been seen in the area. a suspected arsonist who set a car on fire in oakland.
the queen of england is marking a big anniversary today. she's the first british milestone to reach the mile ston of sitting on the throw for 25 years. 25 years. she spooes spending the day quietly at her estate? england. she took the thrown in 1952 after the death of her father -- -- 65 years. los angeles is one of the city's competing to host the games against paris and budapest. in a radio interview trump said he would love to see los angeles get the olympics but doesn't know if the travel ban
would make it harder for the city to win the bid. the host city will be announced in the month of september. a history making come from behind championship win. >> brady has his fifth. plus, the big game commercials that still have people talking. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> i don't know about you guys but i got what i came for out of super bowl li and it was this -- the half time performance by lady gaga and only lady gaga.