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to spread and make thousands of people sick we're going bring you the very latest. >>and a number of changes on bart are going to be affecting you today, we'll keep you posted on what the new schedule lists. the faa's the bay bridge and there are things flying all over the place debris branches and leaves. >>strong winds wreaking havoc across the bay area toppling trees and power lines and the wind advisory still in effect this morning. >>thank you and thanks for waking up with us so nice and early daria false and i'm james fletcher boy the strong winds they were strong gusting causing significant damage across the bay area. i certainly saw to at my house yeah was howling and it's going to be through the morning, pretty a pretty strong and it's going to pick up later tonight as well. it
will hopping thing yeah you could hear and see if you watch their spark you can see that was the equipment and downed power lines as well yeah this intersection of 8 80 in san leandro that happened yesterday parts of the bay area there were trees that fell on cars and houses, thousands of pg e customers were affected by outages and although the peak gusts of reached between 60 to 90 miles per hour across the bay area pg e says there are no public safety power shut-offs. >>that are planned during this wind event so that's good news. they say that soil moisture levels are still a high because of all the winter rain that we received the house and house with it basically to all of those cars and vans carrying paying cake by the tree with john trouble in the weather center keeping an eye on what we're expecting throughout the day today and we're going to get relief are the winds going to die down here pretty quick. i hoped. not necessarily just yet guys we're definitely still in the midst of this one even though we are going to have a bit of a breather this afternoon winds do pick back up again this evening and that is going to result in frost of we more
losses of power for some of her residence overnight, especially for hilly spots in the eastern north bay. >>so yeah, we're still in the midst of a national weather service busy these past couple of days just extending these wind advisories one after the next hour. if you look here or stitcher tower cam looking down at san francisco. you can see it moving just a bet there are areas that have seen wind speeds coming down like the coast well other areas, most notably the north bay are still in the thick of some of the strong winds with sonoma right now winds at 22 miles per hour danville at around 19 miles per hour nap outlets peak also checking in we saw a record breaking wind gusts notably for the north bay yesterday and even though this afternoon things do calm down for a bayside in coastal areas. winds remain strong in the north bay well through the afternoon then pick up again all across the bay area into the evening tonight, winds in excess of 30 miles per hour for calistoga sonoma now speak on through the evening and
it's going to be widespread have strong winds well through the evening on into tomorrow morning now as you drive to work tomorrow morning, it's going to be another morning, you're dodging branches on roadways a lot like you can expect today in fact so a couple warnings that are going to be impacted by the strong winds here even though winds have calmed down this morning for some areas you still do have bird a breeze possible and roadways. it won't be until tomorrow afternoon that we really ease off those winds all across the bay area and look at a pretty calm set up for the rest of your forecast cs this morning tonight and then tomorrow morning these are your 3 times you really got to watch out for as far as the strong winds are concerned now clear skies will remain through the day today, not a cloud out there no fog so that's not of concern for you today, 40's and 50's for most of your current temperatures, it's also pretty mild lot of times you'll see mild temperatures on monday mornings like this. our coolest of areas or santa rosa and lena barely falling into the upper 30's now by the afternoon out of us expect
daytime highs in the 60's and 70's so it is a warm and windy one to be kicking off the workweek over to you robin, thank you john for check in on the bay bridge. the line is growing at the toll plaza getting a little crowded for the cash fares here so it's going to be a busy commute coming in, but still not bad, no crashes no hot spots and our wind advisories for a bay area bridges were canceled so we're off to a fantastic start at 11 minutes here from the bottom of the maze to fremont street. >>we're taking it to get traffic tracker in these numbers look good highway for west. the contra costa county wide open at 14 minutes here from one 60 out to 2.42 is doing fine on 6.80 south from highway 4 through one at creek the 24 split in out of danville then it's off to a great start at 19 minutes from to 38 to 37. we do have a wind advisory for the all to mont so if you're traveling on 5 80 this morning through the autumn on it's still windy out there so you want to reduce your speed, especially if you're on a motorcycle may be
driving a van any sort of hype rollout profile vehicle or big rig, but all of the wind advisories for our bridges have been canceled if you're commuting from the south bay to the peninsula northbound one oh one looks good 26 minutes, san jose to menlo park james darya thanks a lot robin and now let's get to our team coverage of the strong wind that's impacting the bay area force will tran on the story for us this morning coming to us live from lafayette in the east bay good morning. well. >>the morning jeans and area i think the biggest problem right now. >>it's just extremely cold look at my breath. but as far as the windy conditions not as bad as we saw yesterday over my left shoulder i guess it start right now so the trees look like silhouettes, but you can probably make out it's not swaying back and forth what we saw 24 hours ago when it felt like we were all in a wind tunnel and the damage was done, i know it's going to pick up throughout the day. approximately in the east bay at certain times this morning you might even reach up to 55
miles per hour yesterday. it felt 55 miles per hour even more a lot of damage throughout the bay area on the east bay power lines went down trees. staff there was debris all over the place power outages you touched upon all of that pg and he had to scramble just to make sure that the power lines that did come down were quickly removed and made it safe for everybody, the oakland fire department there were also very busy as well making sure that people were safe. they are warning people because this is far from over if a line is down stay away from it. >>reminding people that if you come across a wire. that's down or wire with a tree in it please do not touch. it don't approach it trying to get a good location of where it is and call us and let us know a 911 we're 3, 1 one they can access and let us know about the hazard. >>and there is one thing that throughout my years of
reporting, i've learned if you see i down line do not assume that the line is dead, even if it looks start in that area i could be a live wire do a u turn and get away from the scene we will continue to monitor the situation not so bad at this particular level mighty wind here at higher levels went up the hillsides but if you're crossing the bridge alias evans has a high-profile ban and she did a test they going across the bridge. definitely it'll be a little bit scary back to you. >>absolutely all right, thank you very much well. >>5 oh 7 and let's look at the north bay where the strong winds toppled trees came crashing down on cars and houses in sonoma. this is a big oak tree had fell over yeah, look crash, the bands like they were toys. this is yesterday morning so part of a riverside drive was blocked for hours. a look at this trees crashing that house right there. the guest room look inside and look up and you can see the kind of damage it did luckily, nobody was her
there and that family is being held by the red cross. >>then see that the trees coming down and they scream in right away then. and i'm looking around join to pass star in and there's more worry for the neighboring cases straight to an end in no way could pick it up the lead that they get to hear about they before than able to go their house. >>pg e says that the peak gusts in the north bay reached up to 90 miles an hour. and breaking news from overnight at 5 oh 8, 2, people are in the hospital after a shooting in hayward it happened at 10 30 last night at the 100 block. amid for avenue right off of the nimitz freeway. those 2 people apparently investigators say they got into a fight and there was a struggle over a gun. both people were shot they are expected to recover. >>all right now the very latest on the corona virus outbreak the first american
has died from the virus settles at a hospital in wuhan china that person was 60 years old the corona virus has now killed more people than the sars epidemic did 910 people. >>have died worldwide from the corona virus more than 40,000 have been infected in 27 countries and there are at least 12 cases confirmed in the us 6 of those cases are here in california for them being treated actually in the bay area with 2 patients from san benito county. they're now being treated at ucsf 2 more are in santa clara. they're also being treated as well 5 hospital workers in santa clara county by the way are also. >>in self administered isolation and then it see at 35 people on the diamond princess cruise ship in japan. >>have tested positive for the corona virus. there are about 3,000 people on that ship and they have to be quarantine now for 14 days. and as china is struggling to contain the
epidemic american evacuees from china are under quarantine at travis air force base in fairfield the cdc says 5 of those evacuees are showing symptoms of corona virus doctor hanley welcome with the cdc says his team is handling the situation aggressively. >>this is the first time in 50 years and we've used to court in order to restrict movement for someone for infectious disease, both protect themselves. we protect the people in the corn team because they can get medical care more quickly as well as protect the outside uh outside a problem. certainly it's concerning. >>we we see the sea are all are all in. >>eyes is all hands on deck approach to try to contain this. outbreak this is that spread throughout the on throughout the united states. >>a local hospital say that if the outbreak reaches the bay area in greater numbers. they are ready if someone's admitted to san francisco general hospital by the way
with the corona virus precautions are in place right now to protect both patients and hospital staff. >>most important thing that we need to do to protect both patients and staff is told recognize when patients have one of these diseases, usually when i'm the sky types of infections are transmitted in healthcare. settings it's because for a period of time people just didn't realize that was what was going on. >>and so people weren't using the necessary precautions. >>there are 50 isolation rooms at the hospital those rooms do not allow air to escape so they're completely sealed medical staff will also be wearing protective clothing and if they do come in contact with the patient. >>the kron 4 morning news, the part of acid or program begins today, we'll tell you where those ambassadors are going to be stationed and a lot more details on that coming up in a live report, plus hundreds of teachers could soon be out of a job because of the school district's budget deficit really hear from both sides as they try and reach common ground. and an arrest made
after a hit and run crash that took the life of a 4 year-old boy it. and it is all about the win today across the bay area as we will continue to see some possibly damaging winds over the course of the next 24 hours well into tomorrow morning. your forecast is ahead. and i'm tracking your commute around the bay area this morning very quiet into san francisco, but your line. >>it is growing in the growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors. and now we have to deal with this. climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together believe him. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. uh, "fifteen minutes could save you 15%ain?
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>>we are back time now 5.15 want to give you a live look here at san francisco international airport because again that's part of our coverage of the wind event the storm that we've been seeing here the last 24 hours. it cause problems for flights in fact, 350 flights in and out of sfo had to be delayed yesterday 26 had to be canceled out right and some flights had to be diverted to different airports because airport authorities said that that the winds were too strong it was a safe to land here in the bay area wow. >>dollar's dick's think god to shape key. you know direction for a logging. >>so as one of the passengers crazy ending to airport officials are reminding you of course check with your carrier for any weather-related delays even though may not be foggy today. ok so be windy of to cause probably it does hurt a fly to so but also because the jet stream did you hear about this. the fastest plane ever went from new york left wonder
because of that is or 15, i should say 6 of the between a it's helping a flight on the east that's ahead when in the other direction. you know what guys on one of those their days showing us going to be great today. i know these the crazy turbulent. yeah, i was a problem with skiing to the lesson stop it always stops ripple effects continue and today, the wind continues as all it does, yeah so even though we're calm down for some spots right now doesn't mean it's going to be that way all day long we are still seeing persistent winds in the north bay and winds are going to pick up all across the bay area, especially tonight now looking across the bay there's no fog to her is no cloud cover. so what i would talk about that today because it's just not going to happen skies are going to remain nice and clear stormtracker 4 showing a very quiet picture now
yesterday we did have some showers on the oscars due to this low pressure area that's not resulting in rainfall for us, but it sure is helping to stir up those winds trying in a very strong wind from the northeast into the bay area. >>we're going continue to see that especially for the north bay through your morning santa rosa nap and fairfield the winds well in excess of 20 miles per hour even though conditions will calm down at times by the bay you will have areas of wind still picking back up on into the middle of the day now we do see things backing up into the early afternoon you might think wow it's calm down really nicely now and then tonight happened sun winds are going to pick right back on up oakland, san francisco hayward north bay fairfield down the peninsula along the coastline, especially these areas can be problematic as we could see additional power outages. some downed trees debris zone roadways. i know you've been dodging branches all day yesterday that's something they are going to continue to do especially driving around tonight into tomorrow morning. this is tomorrow morning right
here winds again issue for your morning commute likely to see even more of an issue tomorrow morning for your bridges than we are right now because this robbins been telling you it's actually come down for bridges and a lot of areas this morning. it won't be until tomorrow afternoon that we really see a calming forecast ahead of us so still this morning tonight, especially than tomorrow morning, we're still in the midst of some of these heaviest of winds and that's why the national weather service has been a busy issuing and extending these wind advisories now for many areas through tomorrow morning that includes the north bay mountains where there's a lot of trees lot of opportunity for some to breeze to fallen power lines resulting in outages and then our higher elevations in the east bay also exposed to winds that we'll be in excess of 50 miles per hour in some cases, today's daytime highs in the 60's and 70's with hayward oakland, san jose chad 68 north bay temperatures in the low 70's for a few spots so that's definitely above average are warm and windy weather continues on into
tomorrow too. after calms down temperatures not quite as warm for the rest of the week. and thursday morning leading into friday could see a couple of sprinkles here and there, although it looks like your valentine's day should be some pretty good weather for getting out there for the weekend robin alright, thank you john up to 92 looks like a great commute right now westbound a for the trip across the san mateo bridge. so no problems that you need to worry about. >>the early birds are out there, it's getting a little crowded here in the westbound direction making it to the peninsula, but once again trouble free no crashes or stall so 14 minutes for that drive time we're checking 18 to san francisco in your cash lanes are getting a little sluggish right stacking up to speed on the over crossing that is normal but we've had no big problems into san francisco. let's keep it that way at 11 minutes for the drive to fremont street drive times around the bay area, especially through the east bay and entering the maze they all look good we have 80 west. that's 15 minutes, 24 is wide open wannacry to the caldecott
no problems for 5 80 or the nimitz from to 38 to downtown oakland will check more coming up deiah. >>thanks a lot rob and 5 19 and the east bay a driver involved in a hit run that killed a 4 year-old boy in richmond has been arrested khan forcefully to call reports. >>i was parked trailer that's over honda's right happened a raid over here and i how it all happen and once he hit the child the somme come stop right about where my car is now or where this over cars now and he turned around 90% certain he saw what happened and then didn't he just sped off speeding off leaving 4 year-old hector injured on calling the avenue in richmond neighbor and witness e j evans says. >>the boy's parents were just feet away at around 5 o'clock friday evening, the father was out the car with right want to happen and he ran over immediately. >>i think the mother was inside the house at the time when happened and she came out
screaming. >>the stair call the richmond police department sharing surveillance images of the suv involved in the collision lieutenant matt stonebraker says it's a 1999 to 2003 to door metallic blue ford explore the vehicle does have custom wheels and has a right bumper sticker. >>on the rear window and it even could be below the rear window and then says hector was carrying popsicles helping his family unload groceries from a car parked on the street. >>when he was hit, i saw the kid laying there and the other cut on his forehead and down to a school he passed away at a hospital nearly 7 hours after being life-flighted out of his neighborhood. >>evans and other witnesses say the driver was speeding when he collided with hector, a common problem along this road. >>i knew something bad was going to happen eventually topple what i'm trying to do is gather neighbors together to see if we can get speed bumps installed the scene. >>the boy and his sister playing in the yard before and multiple i just feel awful for
their family and i want to do whatever i can to help some enrichment collegiate all kron 4 news. >>coming out. >>morning news an arrest in the murder of an east bay woman will tell you the disturbing details on who was apparently behind the attack. and the iowa caucuses saga might not be over just yet as the deadline to contest results comes up or any of the details on that coming up after the break on this day before the ne when mike first became mayor,
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>>or national headlines, pete buttigieg currently has the lead in the iowa caucuses, but bernie sanders is calling to re canvas the vote. yeah, the caucus, chaos continues just before the new hampshire primary tomorrow with john lawrence brings it up speed on all of it. >>former mayor pete buttigieg will claim 14 delegates in iowa. that's according to state democratic leaders after updated vote numbers and a review of precincts we did well in. >>counties that had voted for president obama and then voted for trump and really demonstrated i think how we can put that majority together to when senator bernie sanders is in second place with 12 delegates however it was a disgrace to the good people of all i would take their responsibilities. in the caucuses, very seriously they up badly the sanders team says iowa is still in play and they're set to fight the results after it's all said and done. >>it should be the case that we have the same number of national delegates as pete
buttigieg buttigieg says he's moved past iowa and is focusing on future contests as for now senator elizabeth warren is set to get 8 delegates. this truly is about repairing our democracy. so we got 55 states and territories to go i'm in it for the long hasl six-to-eight for former vice president joe biden who despite his 4th place finish says he's also in for the long haul i really mean is i views or me getting that you have to. >>take the first 4 as one i'm john lawrence reporting. >>starting today barred loved 10 in new investors with boots on the ground at bart stations across the bay area will tom: my mom always told me actions speak louder than words. she was a school teacher. my dad joined the navy and helped prosecute the nazis in nuremberg. their values are why i walked away from my business, took the giving pledge to give my money to good causes, and why i spent the last ten years
>>back at 5 30 in case you missed what the big stories this morning lease on the weather front. it's the wind on the left side we get a live view of the bay bridge approach are going to be feeling some of those winds, especially if you're crossing bridges like the bay bridge. on the right hand side pictures of them on in tower in san francisco, don't know if you heard, but there was a window that got blown out basically by the winds yesterday to a glass falling to the sidewalk below as well you see the police tape county road that are so kind of scary situations with power lines down trees down now we've got windows blown out and some of our tall buildings and it looks like it's not quite over yet john has a look yeah, i'm not over just yet guys even though we are seeing common conditions in some areas we're
still going to be looking at an uptick in wind speeds especially tonight now this morning, some spots have calmed down or right alongside the bay you're definitely noticing winds letting up a bit while where the berkeley campus situated right here still a high wind advisory remains through much of the day today now looking at where winds are problematic right now a couple of spots along the coast. but what's really standing out to you i'm sure is the north bay where sonoma winds right now at 21 miles per hour. >>danville we've got a spot that's a very breezy right there. the most widespread and problematic of winds this morning though really are up in the north bay napa sonoma lpon over petaluma are going to look at persistently windy conditions throughout the morning. winds let up touch into the early afternoon but look at what happens into the evening tonight we're going to see an increase in winds all across the bay area and yet again and you're going to be dealing with downed branches maybe even some broken glass out there as we saw yesterday, james and darya just talking about that. sonoma outlets p
calistoga seeing winds well in excess of 30 miles per hour again this evening and no big surprise that the national weather service has extended wind advisories, especially in the north bay mountains through tomorrow morning as we're going to continue to see high winds all the way through your morning commute tomorrow before we do eventually ease off them tomorrow afternoon. so that's what you have to look forward to by tomorrow afternoon. that's when we can breathe that sigh relief winds will be nice and calm after that point. it's clear skies today, no fog, no cloud cover and really not all that chilly either it's just the winds that are complicating things 40's and 50's for your current temperatures 55 napa to iran at 50 each a few 30's up in the north bay but even then barely even the 30's hanging out at 3839 degrees by the time we work into the afternoon. some of our warmest temperatures we felt in a while it's back to the 70's for parts of the north bay 60's for the rest of the bay area so warm and windy start to the week today, rob all right. thank you john we're
taking a peek at one oh one we want to track the drive across the golden gate so into and out of san francisco. >>you are doing just fine if you need to use one oh one go ahead and do it now before something pops up we're looking at 18 minutes that is pretty quicken right on time novato to san francisco. not the same story at the bay toll plaza we have a long line the headlights are heading west it's spilling beyond 8.80 over crossing and now it's all the way out to west grand that's where it's going to start so from that point through the tolls up the incline it's going to be a busy commute but smooth sailing across the upper deck and 9 minutes to make it and we'll check more bridges for you coming up james all right, thank you very much robin breaking overnight. a man is killed in a house fire in the day today, fire broke out just before midnight on salmon creek road which is just off the day the highway. >>firefighters say they had a hard time putting this fire out because of how intense those flames were when they did finally get the blaze under controlled the victim was discovered inside. >>time now 5.32 and starting today barr is running on a new program to help riders keep
safe and you'll notice the difference you will yeah this is the new ambassador program we've been talking about. >>bart putting this effort forward kron 4 sarah stinson live in waller creek to explain how they expect this to help make things a little bit safer. sarah. >>yeah, you're going to start to see these 10 a new ambassadors walking around trains and stations across the bay area and they will basically serve as the eyes and ears of the police department and hopefully easing concerns of those bart passengers who expressed concerns of safety and security now take a look at your screen you can see what they look like whatever uniforms, they'll wear while a patrolling different stations and trains the new team has completed very specific training you can see these that have uniforms they will be wearing different from their inspectors in community service officers, the investors will be equipped with radios to report safety biohazard since security concerns these 10 people have also trained to respond to
customers questions complaints and even request for service they will observe what's going on around stations and call upon an officer one forsman is needed the board voted back on january 9th to fund this 6 month pilot program costing $690,000 we did talk with the a board member a bard to hear more about it take a listen. >>this new form of a mass is a little different in that these are actually community service officers which already work with in bart police with them on the trains in pairs of twos and have them be a to have a direct connection to bar police and let them know what's going on. >>and he will focus their patrols on the most heavily traveled section of the system including the transbay corridor between 12 street oakland and civic center stations they will then expand some of the other busiest areas, coliseum in union city
and then run that right now along the creek to pittsburg bay point what they'll be doing is traveling in pairs of 2 and then they'll be bart stations of on the trains and they will be doing this 7 days a week they also have more coverage on saturday so we'll be live here talking with some of bart riders to see how they feel about this i'm sure they're going to feel a lot safer as i've talked to them before about having more patrols a lot of the customers a voice told me that yeah i like to see that there's someone in uniform there that i can talk to in case something is to go down for now i'm live in walnut creek sarah stinson kron 4 news all right, thanks a lot of sarah. >>and speaking of cars starting today, the agency has new train schedules to help improve service some lines will see earlier start times others will start a little later other significant changes include more trains going into san francisco on sundays and there will be a new fleet of trains debuted on saturday and you can find a full breakdown of all these changes on our website at kron
4 dot com if you'd like to take a closer look. >>time now is 5.35 and we're getting a new details on a murder that happened in hayward a man is now charged with his wife's death. she died last tuesday at their home on willamette way the da says that the victim maria loop a hernandez called her daughter and telling her to pack up some belongings and lock herself in her bedroom. prosecutors say hernandez was then stabbed and killed by her husband elmer oag >>to complete shot, we didn't even know what happened. complete shock. >>and the couple's 11 year-old daughter witnessed the murder, she's the one who called the police. investigators did find the murder weapon in the home. a deadly shooting is under way in the investigation in the north bay, this was at highlands park in valais hole where a 38 year-old man was shot and killed us to first homicide in the this year. >>in the east bay school budget cuts are threatening
the jobs now more than 200 teachers in the west contra costa county school district. the district is bracing now for more than $47 million in budget cuts for the upcoming school year now right now the school district's budget deficit is in the 10's of millions of dollars. teachers and city leaders say that well they blame the these don't leap partially the reason because of the lack of state funding is the other part. >>to blame the district 4 lack of accountability and management of the fines on a local level of the school district is taking responsibility for a floor, it's it's short commute. we have had some turnover in our business department and that's led to a land that has led to some concerns about the numbers that we've seen as a school district they have to start notifying the teachers whether they're going to be there next year. >>in addition to possibly making sweeping cuts in the classroom, the school district will likely be forced to lay off administrative workers as well. 5.37 is a time still ahead we continue to celebrate black history month with a
spotlight on black leaders to help protect our national parks. plus the warriors pay tribute to nba icon kobe bryant. his daughter gianna and the 7 others killed in helicopter crash will have more of that in just a minute and coming up next a big night for many at the 92th academy awards including some winners we made history. >>and still not out of the winds just yet we're going to be looking at another breezy day ahead of us and especially another breezy evening your forecast is ahead. and a slow commute around the bay area are bridges are pretty crowded out there we're checking in on 80 the bay bridge traffic, the line here spilled all the way out to west grand so it's pa when mike first became mayor, there were places where black and brown children hadn't received an education for 30 years. mike said, "those are the kids i want to give an opportunity". he increased teacher's salaries. he increased the graduation rates by 40%. he made schools safer all over this country. children aren't getting a quality education.
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pitt won his first acting oscar for his supporting role is the that nominating yeah, it's been a time in hollywood areas. and laura dern took home best supporting actress for marriage story, she played a hardening lawyer, she's really good you can find a full list of all the winners on kron 4 dot com. >>as we head to break, here's a quick live look outside congratulations. all of them by the way a san francisco international airport got to tell you the high winds yesterday caused massive delays and even some cancellations for flights into and out of the bay area. so if you've got a flight today. call ahead because the winds are expected to continue hopefully won't impact your flight but again better safe than sorry fighting climate change isn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives,
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>>before and we are celebrating black history month yeah, this morning we take a look at the work african-americans did to preserve our national parks, anthony bailey reveals the hidden history of yosemite. >>our national parks are home to some of the most iconic views in the world. we look across here you're seeing the south fork of them are said river, you're seeing and the coniferous trees that we have here deciduous trees national park ranger shelton johnson teaches visitors about to somebody among the reenactments and talk the present is a story of a group of after american troops called the buffalo soldiers their name given by native american fighters who harkin their hair to the crown of the
buffalo if you could bring soldiers back and put it right here again it wouldn't look that much different then what they experience themselves. in 1866 the army sent the group which included civil war veterans and other soldiers to the wilderness, we know as well oh no. the group is comprised of the 9th and 10th calvary and the 24th and 25th infantry. so roads had to be built hotels were built lodging of erisa source rebuild and they were all built for the convenience of visitors. >>for the next several summers a few 100 soldiers would camp in a tent city at the headquarters located in the a loop with a woman campground this since they were serving some of the first park rangers anywhere in the world national parks were a new poaching in timber thieves were new to families a custom exploration and life in the wild west. so they said they providing a presence of discipline, a presence of authority so that people knew that the park was under the command of these forces, the national parks and
park rangers would not be established until years later in 1916. the buffalo soldiers also left their mark in the area of conservation. >>and slopes behind me. the buffalo soldiers actually build in 19 oh 4 an armory dumb it is believed to be the first museum in the national park system. >>although from contributions are gone ranger johnson says that other connections are still very present. >>happened i'm wearing on my head right now to rise from the calvary hats that were worn by us army troops both in yosemite sequoia and yellow that history of the after american contribution. >>to the national parks is what johnson is working to keep alive and inspire others we didn't just come along after this was set up we're part of the setting up we are part of the building of this idea. >>that was anthony bailey reporting make sure to tune in on saturday of every 22th at 9.34 are hidden history special celebrating black history, it's hosted by pam moore.
>>was checked very weather and traffic beginning with the forecast because it is windy once again today was pretty bad yesterday it was friday and saturday of the weekend perfect yeah now and sunday came a lot of sunshine and love yesterday i was kind of like second guessing myself as those parking my car was like is that tree strong enough, park on the side instead of that site because one car had one spot that was underneath the kind of a big training was clear yeah, they're way too many branches of the roadway make it too comfortable, but this morning we are looking at breezy conditions yet again and that tonight is going to be another windy once or not done with the wind just zoomed in for a shot of market street riot driving through san francisco right there you can see the camera swaying back and forth a little bit we definitely do still have some high winds in the vicinity, especially sitting right above the day now you head down into the bay most your bridges are
too bad right now certainly coming down from yesterday but windy conditions will still remain especially into the evening tonight. >>as low pressure since to our south high to our north and that's drying that air right through the bay area of pushing some very strong winds right now through napa fairfield in santa rosa, these are your wind gusts in these areas so very breezy up there livermore looking at some windy conditions right now as you can know there are actually some pretty calm conditions right along the bay and now we're going to gradually com into the afternoon you can have a brief break from the wind and then there are right back on into the evening tonight napa santa rosa fairfield hills above oakland and hayward are going to see some of our strongest winds through the evening. potential of some more downed trees downed limbs. some to breeze on roadways things you have to watch out for a get into tomorrow morning which will be another windy morning before we do come down tomorrow afternoon that he can finally breathe a sigh relief we've got a pretty calm forecast after that point starting tomorrow afternoon in
the meantime gusty winds remain and the sotu wind advisories for the hills of the east bay down through the blows on up into the north bay marine sonoma napa and solano counties all looking at wind advisories, especially for those higher elevations, we've got more trees and that's more potential the breeze talking to some power lines making for potentially even more power outages than we've seen already 60's and 70's for your highs today, temperatures are going to feel great it's just going to be breezy at times so i keep the jacket at least with you as you're stepping into the afternoon. tuesday, another warm and windy one before we do come down tomorrow afternoon after which point it will be a lot calmer in fact friday for valentine's day is not looking bad couple sprinkles possible that morning, but this forecast does remain dry. robert all right. thank you john we are still hot spot free. but the morning commute continues to pick up so more and more. >>folks hitting the road making their way to work a crossing the bay and the bridges are pretty packed right now we have 92 the trip
across the san mateo bridge much heavier now compared to the last time you took a peek at it right so we don't have any problems here but you see the crowd there are heading west and it's pretty busy into foster city right now, but as you connect to one oh one making it to san mateo you're doing fine putting it 15 minutes right now for your average drive. same story for 8080 wesson to san francisco. you have the traffic backed up here just beyond 8.80 over crossing out to west grand the next point will be the maze so before it reaches that maze, you have time to beat the heavier traffic which is on the way so we'll put it at 12 minutes but that number's gonna go up right now it's very quiet into san francisco. we're checking in on one oh one your approach from the peninsula to san francisco looks good 6 minutes for that connection. 2.80 wide open from daly city to downtown san francisco and then peaking at thp donmar tunbridge a nice transition from the east bay to the peninsula to 37 looks good as well 8 minutes, 80 off to one oh one chains all right
robin, thank you 5 51 is the time. >>we're getting new details this morning in the helicopter crash that claimed the lives of nba superstar kobe bryant. his daughter gianna and 7 others. the ntsb released new images as part of their ongoing investigation you can see some of those here on the screen. there's an area circled in red right there that's the helicopter. it was flying into heavy fog low clouds just moments before the crash. extremely foggy conditions that created very limited visibility for the pilot which appears to be of course a factor in the crash. the ntsb did not find any evidence of engine failure. investigators are looking at pieces of the wreckage determine exactly what caused the helicopter to go down. there were no initial or should say no internal issues at all appear to be extra money. >>time now is 5 52 and the warriors honored kobe bryant as they hosted the lakers over the weekend. the warriors came up with a thoughtful tribute to the nba legend fans also showed their support and talk
about their feelings what koby meant to them. >>wires are class organization and to see everybody do this really for a few moments we're all going to be one in the nba. i would be to you know is composed of all my childhood memories here to celebrate mom. >>you know, and i think you want this way. >>the warriors lost the game to the lakers won 25 to one 20 and they host heat on monday. >>it's 6 o'clock we take a look at the hidden history of 49 ers legend roger craig and the side be firm?
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>>today's box office report brought to you by the new luxury lounges at century san francisco center. jumanji the next level took in 5 and a half million dollars for another 5th place finish in a domestic total of 298 million doolittle dropped to number 4 earning million 1917 and it's 10 oscar nominations to 3rd place on ticket sales of $9 million over now. after 3 weekends on top bad boys for life fell to second grossing $12 million for a domestic total of 166 million. birds of prey and the fantabulous emancipation of
one harley quinn easily debuted on top though its opening weekend total of 33.3 million was considerably lower than expected in hollywood, i'm david daniel. >>in the next hour strong winds causing damage across the bay area over the weekend and brace yourself it's not over yet. we'll have more on the forecast and new cases of the corona virus on corn team cruise ships plus the first american to die of the virus will have the very latest as well. tom: my mom always told me
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>>good morning and thanks for waking up with us on this monday morning i'm darya folsom and on james letter on this windy monday morning like it was windy yesterday in fact a lot of damage across the bay area and looks like that's expected to continue at least throughout the morning could pick up even later tonight. >>i see this park to hear the popping and that's a power line and the equipment was sparking their downed power lines you can see them here shut down part of 8 80 in san lander yesterday other parts around the bay trees fell on to cars on the house and thousands of pg e customers were affected by outages and although peak gusts reached anywhere from 60 to 90 miles per hour. pg e said they