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henry lee tells us what investigators are learning about the case. this video shows a chp helicopter getting ready to land on highway 1 16 and sonoma county along lush green fields. the view from the sky, though, transformed into a horrific scene. this is what's left of a cadillac that crashed on the highway near walmart road. a 16 year old boy riding in the cadillac was killed. so there was one fatality. i believe at the moment. we have two other major injuries visible in the mangled wreckage, a child safety seat. there was apparently no small child, though. in the car, csp sergeant cruz korea said the cadillac had been heading west on the highway at about 11 15 sunday morning, weaving in and out of traffic. it was reported as driving recklessly crossing over solid double yellow lines, passing other vehicles that were traveling westbound. the cadillac then crashed into and ricocheted off an oncoming car. that vehicle collided with the first vehicle, which was traveling eastbound that caused
a chain reaction that involves a total of four vehicles. the chp determined that the driver of the cadillac 24 year old genesis alexander of nevada, was under the influence of drugs. he suffered major injuries and was trapped after the crash. he was taken by ambulance to a hospital. one of his passengers , a 16 year old boy was killed. another 16 year old boy in the cadillac was hurt. a chp helicopter landed on highway and the flight crew took them to santa rosa memorial hospital. it looks like it was a severe impact. there was major damage to the vehicle. major structural damage all around. chp says the deadly crashes serve as a warning for those who decided drive while under the influence. it's a tragic event that happened. um i'd like to serve as a reminder of before the people out there just to be careful and drive at the speed limit don't drive while under the influence of any alcohol or drugs, and the chp tells me the 2 16 year old boys are from mill valley. the surviving teenager has since been transferred to ucsf benioff children's hospital, oakland. the sonoma county d a will review the case
before determining whether to file charges against the driver . henry lee ktvu, fox two news new at six. police in pleasant hill are asking for the public's help in finding a teenage boy who has been reported missing. 15 year old brandon abbott is described as five ft. six inches tall, weighing £107 with brown hair and blue eyes. police believe brandon disappeared sometime between 10 o'clock last night and nine this morning. anyone with information about brandon's whereabouts should call pleasant hill police. across the country. today people marked the martin luther king jr day with work that they hope will help their communities. but for some healthcare workers, the holiday turned into a day of protests. ktvu demagogues reports. they are frustrated. the day is not i paid holiday for them. we want our freedom. morita holding holding signs with dr king's iconic face and memorable words. mental health professionals at kaiser permanente picketed monday outside the kaiser medical center in oakland. they thought they'd be getting today off as a
paid holiday, but last month learned that wouldn't be happening after all. cars are telling us that they can't give it to us for 2022, but they've given it to other unions who bargained it. by the way, it shouldn't be a bargaining issue. it's a civil rights issue, and then they're telling us you'll get it. january 2020 2023 in a statement, kaiser permanente said there was miscommunication within one department over martin luther king day being a paid holiday. citing operational factors that made it impossible to implement this year, adding quote. local leaders have apologized to employees who may have viewed the mistake as in any way conflicting with kaiser's deep commitment to equity, inclusion and diversity, but it's an insufficient response and frankly, it's infuriating because they had so many months. this is not something that was just out of the blue that we asked for. like i said, we've been asking for this since may of right after george floyd was murdered in 2020 for chicano therapist jessica dominguez, recognizing mlk day for kaiser therapists
was meant to be a first step. in a list of anti racist practices she and other therapists have spelled out now. she questions kaiser's commitment for me. this is very much a tipping point. if my organization kaiser can't step up and do the right thing. when our communities of color and crisis when are they going to step up to the right thing? i can't recruit my friends to be therapists. in oakland, for example, when they learned that we don't have martin luther king's day is a paid day off to them. that means their needs aren't valid and aren't important. so it's it hurts our recruitment. 8% of kaiser therapists are black higher than the national average, but not high enough to meet the needs of black patients, says therapist sabrina show met. it also hurts retention. we lose black therapists and therapists of color often call it sometimes the supremes because i'm usually one of three reporting in oakland, emma goes ktvu, fox two news. president biden is marking
the holiday with a speech online. it's time for every american to stand up. speak out the herd. where do you stand? whose side are you on? on this day of remembrance service in action. may god bless dr mrs king and her family. vice president kamala harris answered calls to make this holiday a day of service by getting involved in a washington d c food distribution program. during her visit, she asked volunteers to continue work to make a difference. as you all members, you know there are many ways to try. but if you want to really see somebody muscles see what they do to lift other people up. taking a day off to get back. volunteers in the bay area carry on the message from martin luther king jr to empower americans to make the world a better place for everyone. ktvu is james torres will have more on how people here in the bay area rolled up their sleeves
today to help their communities coming up a little bit later in this newscast. anxious families are waiting for word from the south pacific island nation of tonga after the massive eruption of an underwater volcano on saturday today, australia and new zealand sent surveillance planes to get a closer look. the u. n says the main island suffered significant damage to infrastructure, but so far there's no evidence of mass casualties. there are reports the island chain was battered by waves and left covered in ash. that eruption knocked out phone and internet service. i feel like nothing is good back into ireland right now. i don't know how they're going to have food, water. we know that they are okay. you know, even though that we don't know, but but we trust god. that's the only thing that all tongue its head. so far, one person is confirmed dead a 50 year old british woman who ran an animal shelter, her brother says she was swept away by a wave trying to save the rescue dogs. most people in the bay area learned about saturday
tsunami advisory on their cellphones, ktvu christian captain tells us san francisco is working now to bring back its alert sirens, which have been offline for two years. hundreds visited san francisco's ocean beach just days after a volcanic eruption near tonga sent waves 5000 miles to california's coastline. most learned about the tsunami advisory on their phones and a few who are already at the beach. heard about it from first responders. the police officer told me, he says , we're closing the area. i go. what's going on? he says. oh, there's a tsunami warning. what people didn't hear was the outdoor alert system, which has been in place since the 19 fifties. right now the sirens are offline. um and they are offline due to the fact that there was some significant security issues related to the technology. and so we had to take them off line about two years ago. the city's department of emergency management says this tsunami advisory would not have triggered an outdoor alert even if the system were up and
working because of the low risk to the area. director mary ellen carroll says the department relied on first responders securing the beach and existing wireless technology to push alerts to the mobile devices of those who have opted in to alert sf and if necessary, even to those who have not. we would not have sounded the sirens for this alert, and we did use sf alert are texting alert to let people know what was going on. the outdoor alert system was supposed to be back online this year, but covid put the project on the back burner. now the city is working to secure funding to get the outdoor alert system and working again. we would love to have the sirens back online. um we love redundancy and emergency management and preparedness and we'd love to have that redundancies, so we're hopeful that we'll be able to get the funding. to get those online department of emergency management says that while the tsunami advisory did not pose a risk to people living in the
city, it serves as a reminder that we live in a seismically active area as well. they're encouraging people to text their zip codes to 888777 to receive automatic alerts about emergencies. in their area in san francisco. christien kafton ktvu, fox two news. a french bulldog is back home tonight after being taken at gunpoint in oakland's adam's point neighborhood last week, police say seven year old daisy was found after a citizen spotted the dog roaming around in the neighborhood. the dog's owner tells ktvu. she is overjoyed to be reunited with her pet. and the search continues tonight for another french bulldog that was also stolen at gunpoint. the owner says his mom and grandmother were walking tito near their home in castro valley on saturday when a car pulled up next to them. the owner says the suspects demanded the dog will pointing a gun at his grandmother's head. the suspects also stole a purse with car keys inside, which police say they used a few hours later to steal the victims mercedes from her driveway. well some people think
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be available as early as fall of 2023 sam mateo county says it is investigating how millions of dollars worth of surplus ppe and other supplies got left outside and ruined during the recent storms. from sky fox. you can see the san mateo events center were that equipment was stored and damaged by the recent rain. the county manager says the boxes containing safety and cleaning equipment were moved outside during an event. the supplies included nonmedical grade isolation gowns, face shields and goggles. the county says its supply of masks and gloves is stored indoors. well if you think your commute is bad, take a look at what people in toronto canada are dealing with today. the same winter system piling on snow. there is also impacting parts of the us mindy hicks shows us how a collection of severe weather systems is causing trouble now along the entire east coast. the eastern us taking a direct hit from mother nature as a messy
storm strikes parts of the south and northeast, dumping heavy snow pounding rain and damaging high winds. some are spending monday shoveling out, while others are still seeing snowfall. totals rise. including parts of ohio, pennsylvania and new york, or more than a foot has already fallen and more snow is expected to accumulate in some areas of the northeast and new england through wednesday. crews across the region working to clear the roads. we know that we still have a lot of streets to head but they're out there. in other places. the flakes replaced by rain drops steady rain soaking the northeast, especially the coastal areas. the winds were unbelievable driving conditions from georgia to maine have been messy winds and ice responsible for a widespread loss of power crews on monday, working to restore service to hundreds of thousands of customers. most in the
carolinas, west virginia and georgia. meanwhile the massive storm system stretched all the way to southern florida, spawning tornadoes, which damaged more than 100 homes around the state. there was no front of my house any longer and there was no roof on the hills of this storm. forecasters are expecting another round of cold in the midwest and the east later this week in atlanta, midi hicks, fox weather. yes definitely. winter around the united states. we've got kind of a northeaster that went through there over the weekend, and they got snow. you know, we get snow in atlanta. that's a not a normal occurrence. they get it occasionally, but i think it's been a couple years since they've had a snowfall in atlanta. that far south for us, it's just been steady as she goes beautiful weather pattern. we got kind of a blocking pattern, which just means that the high is married to our region in that low is kind of married to the east coast. so we're going to start going to
see another big storm out there. probably next weekend, not coming from the south. it's kind of come over the north, and it's going to kind of shoot through the great lakes and then go south once it gets to the eastern seaboard. so it'll be interesting to see how that all transpires. but in the meantime, we've just got more of the incredible weather on the way, which is great, because again we've done so well early with our early season rains, which has just been ridiculously great, uh, in terms of getting us to where we want to be. let me change the graphic here for you, and you can see that i want to show you this low pressure right here. that's what's getting us those sunsets. we've got a little bit of sprinkles shower activity coming off of that, just a little teeny bit. not enough to really measure but enough that it was like some areas had a little bit of dampness this morning. i know down by salinas and morgan hill. there were a few drip drops the santa cruz and even in the peninsula even out in oakland, i got reports for a couple of couple of sprinkles. so with that in mind, we are staying the pattern, which is really nice, really warm mid sixties. in the warmest spots a little bit of
just a taste of valley fog in the morning and really almost perfect weather. when's it going to rain again? when i come back? we'll kind of visit that. we'll also look at some some live cameras and set you up with the latest long range model so you can kind of plan out the day to day. see you back here. all right. thanks bill. well, gas prices have gone up for the third straight week, according to the tech company, gasbuddy, the average national price rose 1.3 cents from a week ago to $3.31 per gallon. industry experts say demand for gas fell last week, but the rising price of crude oil continues to push prices up. oklahoma had the lowest average gas price at $2.89 per gallon. california had the highest at $4.63 a gallon. family members of dr martin luther king jr are in washington today to mark the holiday honoring him. they're also calling on congress to pass an election reform bill this week. but his fox news caroline, she tells us two democratic senators are standing in their way. after marching into washington with
the d. c. peace walk. the family of martin luther king jr had this message for congress on mlk day. do not celebrate. legislate the senate is set to take up voting rights legislation on tuesday. last week, the house passed a bill that would give the justice department power over election law changes in states. seemed to have a history of discrimination and set requirements from malin and early voting. the effort is aimed at countering new state laws, the democrats say make it harder for minorities to vote. these laws are being passed with knife like precision. to cut black and brown voters out of the process, and they're exactly what the voting rights act wants . protected against. republicans are defending those state laws and say they'll block democrats from passing the voting bill in the senate. they're willing to strip people of some of their rights strip are states of their constitutional authority in order to get the power they want
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be in your moment. here in the bay area also took time to get back to their own communities. kts james torres has a look at how bay area volunteers rolled up their sleeves in honor of dr king. for most people today is considered a day off of work or school, but it's supposed to be considered a day on when it comes to community service. at least that's how about 60 to 70 people felt here in san jose. three game rehearse fleet of wheel barrels, tools in hand and a sense of giving back. that's all volunteers needed this morning to get out of bed today, we had the day off, so it's a good opportunity to come out. the city of san jose's parks and
recreation department hosted a day of service at mary jane hammond park. volunteers cleaned around playgrounds. the city made sure anyone signing up to help today stayed safe were very strict on keeping everybody super safe with the covid verifications. masks making sure everyone's social distance. we sanitized the tools before and after, especially outdoors, feel safe, right and we've overturned mask. everybody had their vaccination card check. so i think the protocol procedures are very safe over here. the history of the mlk holiday goes back to the civil rights leader's death in 1968. it took 15 years for legislation to pass through congress, and the bill was signed into law by president ronald reagan in 1983. the first mlk federal holiday happened in 1986, but it didn't become a day of service until 1994 you know, so our kids, you know, it's good to get back to the community. the message of getting kids out echoed in oakland at a similar
cleanup event put on by students from oakland tech. we're just gonna be out here picking up trash. cleaned up the community and just beautifying the area. it will be really fun. i'm excited. more than 60 student volunteers did their part. it impressed mayor libby schaaf and that love of community that sense of power because when you can make positive change herself as a child that makes you feel like you have agency. that is what led me on my path to being the mayor taking a day on to give back volunteers carry on the message from martin luther king jr. to empower americans to make the world a better place for everyone. i'm james torres, ktvu, fox two news. wind disability is low, it might have to wait either land or diverted alternative airport. some people expect this week's expanded rollout of five g technology will disrupt air travel coming up what's being done to avoid
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sonoma county. the chp says a cadillac was driving recklessly on highway 1 16 when the driver crashed into oncoming traffic yesterday morning that set off a chain reaction that involved a total of four vehicles. the chp says the driver of the cadillac was found to be under the influence of drugs. police in pleasant hill are asking for the public's help in finding a teenage boy who has been reported missing. 15 year old brandon abbott is described as five ft. six inches tall, weighing £107 with brown hair and blue eyes. police believe brendan disappeared sometime between 10 o'clock last night and nine o'clock this morning. dozens of mental health workers today walked a picket line outside kaiser's oakland medical center. they say they're frustrated that the martin luther king jr day is not a paid holiday for them. they say kaiser originally told them today would be a paid holiday, but kaiser says it will recognize martin luther king jr day next year across the organization. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30 airports across the country are
now working to get ready for this week's rollout of five g c band service. some technology experts are worried the upgrade will actually slow down work at some airports. and it's ktvu is tom vacar reports. many aircraft aren't cleared to work with it. on monday, bad weather played a key role in the cancelation of well over 1600 flights in the u. s in bad weather, pilots and passengers want every bit of safety technology working when the plane is landing and close to the ground. as of monday, the faa says only 45% of all u. s commercial passenger and cargo aircraft have authorization for low visibility landings at many airports. those airports are where telecom giants such as a t and t and verizon have deployed five g c band equipment that goes active on wednesday. resident ceo george homes of five g expert spoke to our chicago's sister station. when visibility is low, it might have
to wait either land or fertile training. airport five g is simply the faster fifth generation of cell phone signals . it was acquired by phone companies when tv stations exchange them for digital tv bands. the faa is concerned that potential interference between the high speed and powerful telecom equipment might interfere with aircraft systems like altimeter is critical to safe operations when visibility is low. but the issue may really be a turf battle between the faa and the fcc, not aircraft and telecom systems, says bay area tech analyst bob oh, donald, with those things potentially interfere with each other. of course not so the science of it is absolutely clear that there's not going to be any problem. the five g c band was used in satellite television for decades without aircraft incidents. these exact same frequencies are being used in many countries all over the world. world around the airports. and there have been
zero issue the faa has yet to fully disclosed which airports already have adequate buffer zones well away from five g towers, some with upper zones do include san francisco, san jose and 48. others no mention was made of oakland airport. tom vacar ktvu, fox two news. san jose. police say pedestrian who was injured in a hit and run crash earlier this month, has now died. it happened 10 days ago on center road in south san jose. investigators say the victim was walking outside of the marked crosswalk when it was struck by a blue or green pickup truck. the driver of that truck , then sped off. so far, there have been no arrests. this death is san jose's fifth traffic fatality of 2022. family and friends are grieving a woman who was killed when she was pushed in front of a subway train in new york's times square. watch the woman on the threads. yeah, god did. why going to drive me why? i'm god. the man believed
responsible is identified as 61 year old simon marshall. police say he's homeless and has a criminal history, including what are described as emotionally disturbed encounters. the victim is identified as 40 year old michelle go. people who live in her new york city neighborhood, expressed fear and shock. i mean , it's definitely something that i think about every time i go in the subway, very shocked. i mean, all the all the stuff on the subway. where people are in the middle of the day, putting people on the tracks and stuff is pretty pretty nasty. according to the new york times . michelle goes family is from fremont. she graduated from uc ucla and worked for deloitte consulting in new york. the fbi is reversing itself regarding saturday's hostage standoff as a synagogue near dallas. the bureau now says the jewish community was targeted after initially saying it wasn't fox news is dan springer has the latest from colleyville, texas tonight. these are the final
dramatic minutes of saturdays. 11 hour hostage standoff, the last three held at gunpoint, able to flee their colleyville, texas synagogue, among them, rabbi charlie citrine walker, who credits the active shooter training he and the congregation received for saving their lives, he said in the last hour, the gunman was getting increasingly agitated. with the situation and the hostages. i told them to go. i threw a chair at the gunman. and i headed for the door. in all three of us were able to get out without even a shopping fired. the fbi's hostage rescue team, then breached the building . there was gunfire and the suspect, 44 year old british nationals, malik faisal akram was dead during his rent caught on livestream akram demanded the release of afia siddiqui, known as lady al qaeda. she was convicted by a new york jury in 2010 of trying to kill american officers in afghanistan. she's in this federal prison in fort worth about 20 miles from the synagogue. we do believe from
our engagement with this subject that he was singularly focused on one issue, and it was not specifically related to the jewish community. that comment, denying anti semitism played a role despite siddiqui, being a rabid anti semite was sharply criticized and later walked back by the fbi, which wrote quote. this is a terror related matter in which the jewish community was targeted. president biden also condemned the attack and extremism. this was an act of terror. is an act of terror. biden also said the suspect bought the gun he used illegally on the street and akram reportedly stayed in this dallas homeless shelter the week leading up to the attack. the fbi says he acted alone. but last night, police in manchester , england, arrested two teenagers as part of the terror investigation. those british teenagers are being held in england for questioning. meantime, akram's brother condemned the attack and said his brother was suffering a mental health issue. but we've also learned that akram was part of a group that was under u. s
surveillance from which terrorists have come. in colleyville, texas. dan springer fox news. important though, to differentiate between symptom control, which is achieved many times by over the counter medications called medications, that sort of thing and also medications that would prevent you from getting sicker. doctors want people battling covid-19 at home to be careful about the way they're treating themselves coming up. a doctor will help us sort through remedies that are getting attention, and a new lawsuit accuses google and meta of scheming to impact the ads you see online.
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doses. that would mean travelers who have not had their booster shot will have to isolate for five days. when they arrive in hawaii at their own expense. right now, only american travelers can visit hawaii, with few exceptions were international tourists. some doctors worry people battling covid at home or taking cues from the wrong people about how to treat their symptoms. fox news just like a duke knack, spoke with a doctor about sorting through treatment strategies. the majority of covid case can certainly be safely taken care of at home. a macron has so many of us holed up in bedrooms at home, googling what to do now coming across pamphlets like this recommending all kinds of that home remedies . it's important, though, to differentiate between symptom control, which is achieved many times by over the counter. medications cold medications, that sort of thing and also medications that would prevent you from getting sicker. dr justin skowronski, who runs a covid floor at beaumont, health, says. don't think cold medicine and vitamins or a cure so most
of the things that you're going to get over the counter make you feel better. that's not necessarily going to prevent people from coming to the hospital. however. as you self monitor. keep an eye on your oxygen level in the blood measured using a fingertip pulse oximeter. if it's low below 90% that's time to seek expert opinion. the doc says. if you want to be prepared in case i'm a crunch strikes your home by a pulse oximeter or for $20 on amazon. keep your favorite cold medicine in supply. and if you can find them get an at home covid test if you're high risk and positive for covid monoclonal antibodies is an option. but you need a prescription from a doctor. the flip side of that is getting the prescription may not be difficult. actually finding availability. these medications is very, very tricky right now still the biggest driver for admitting patients with covid into the hospital is viral pneumonia doctors, krinsky says . that's not something to treat
at home. shortness of breath and low oxygen would be the two most concerning things with somebody with covid jessica dube knock fox news well, students in the hayward unified school district will return to the classroom tomorrow. after a week of virtual learning. the school board voted to reopen hayward schools during a meeting last friday night. the district switched to remote learning last week after more than 200 teachers and other staff tested positive for covid. the district says enhanced safety measures will be in place when students return to school after the martin luther king jr holiday. all teachers will now get medical grade masks and we'll have access to more testing. already still looking for some rain, but in the meantime, we've got some really spectacular whether to talk about i'll see you back here with the five day forecast. let's go to ktvu heather holmes. now with a look at some of the stories we are working on for the seven o'clock news over on ktvu, plus well, julie coming up live tonight. we'll have details on how apple is expected to tighten its vaccination requirements for employees at its headquarters
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up frank and that is, according to research. from a retired fbi agent, historians, criminologist and data specialists, the team believes it was very likely vandenberg gave the frank family up to save his own family. and frank was discovered in 1944 after hiding out in a secret canal home. she died at the age of 15 in a concentration camp at her diary was published by her father. after it was kept safe by one of the families, helpers. and the new year is bringing new pressure on big tech. there are new allegations tonight against google and facebook. the companies are accused of collaborating to illegally control online advertising. fox news jackie deangelis has the story. a new complaint in an ongoing lawsuit alleges that facebook subsidiary of meta and alphabet, the parent of google, essentially worked together to rig the advertising market. the suit brought by texas attorney general ken paxton and joined by more than a dozen states says
that google's ceo center pitch i and medicine ceo mark zuckerberg made a deal in 2018 that allegedly guaranteed facebook when bid on and when a certain amount of ad auctions now newly unredacted details shed light on allegations that google misled publishers and advertisers. for years about its at auction pricing in process that the company created secret programs that deflated sales for some companies, while increasing prices for buyers. google allegedly pocketed the difference between what it told publishers and advertisers that an ad cost and used the pool of money to manipulate future auctions to expand its digital monopoly. the suit also says that what google is doing inflates advertising costs. those increases get passed on to consumers, a google spokesperson said. the complaint is quote full of inaccuracies and lacks legal merit. a meta spokesperson
said. medicine nonexclusive bidding agreement with google and the similar agreements we have with other bidding platforms have helped to increase competition for ad placements. these business relationships enable meta to deliver more value to advertisers while fairly compensating publishers, resulting in better outcomes for all the venue for this suit has changed. it will now be moved to the southern district of new york, where other similar cases will be heard. the decision was based on a number of factors, including common questions of fact, as well as convenience for the parties and witnesses back to you. already looking at the beautiful city again. couple beautiful cities here. of course , you're looking over here at berkeley. there's salesforce right there and the bay bridge tower and then over here, of course, your work anyway towards oakland and alameda and over here towards albany and up towards richmond and point richmond. so just beautiful night tonight. it's been great,
right? we've had a run of whether that it doesn't really get any better in january, middle of january. or even early february. i mean, we have days like this one or two, but not not day after day after day and not with a bunch of money or a bunch of water in the bank. if we didn't have we have water in the bank. i'd be such a droopy guy right now. it's in terms of just i'm kind of enjoying the weather, but we've had runs like this before. where we have really great weather. and we don't like last year, the year before that, where we just don't have any water, but we've got some water. we've got some snow. we've got opportunity for much more. february and march. we're not going to see probably any rain in january, maybe the last two days, but but you know, we can enjoy it. you know, at least knowing we've got some some stuff in there in there. reserve so there's some clouds offshore. this is a little pressure center here has been just kind of cut off from the main flow just hanging out there, and it's just throwing some clouds up and throughout few sprinkles as well last night yesterday and then again today, and most of that is
south of here, but everyone's well, something swings over and you get a little drip drop or something like that. so san francisco temperatures tonight are going to be generally in the forties. upper forties 52 right now in napa 57 in san francisco . mild overnight lows. i mean, the cloud cover certainly helps those clouds from that system to the south. but we just it's just a heck of a pattern. right? so we're just going to roll with it. this whole week is the same so weeks looks like this and then as it warms up actually towards the middle end of the week, but then as we get towards the last two days in january, we got a shot. looks like the jet stream pattern shifts. we've got a significant blocking pattern right now, which has a big ridge of high pressure over us. in a kind of a deep trough out over the eastern united states, so they're kind of in this inclement weather build. they're going to see another significant as kind of snow event and then turns into a rain event. but it's going to another significant storms going to go across the northern tier states and then drop down the east coast, the eastern seaboard from
the north and bring them more travel problems, probably for next weekend, and they've had a bunch of them this weekend. if you've seen this video and what have you so there is the five day forecast let me pop in saturday and sunday because i know you care and yeah, come on, can i there it is right there. saturday sunday. okay, so a little bit cooler on the weekend, but not much. i'll see you back here tonight at 10 and 11. all right. thanks, bill. well the late betty white is being remembered today on what would have been her 1/100 birthday with a call to donate to animal charities in her name off the screen. white was known for her love of animals and dedicated much of her life as a champion and an advocate for animal welfare. so a social media campaign called the betty white challenge has been launched asking people to honor her legacy on her birthday by donating $5 to animal charities. now for almost 75 years, white was actively involved with american humane, the group says
one of her favorite programs was its pups for patriots initiative , which provided companion dogs for veterans. coming up after the break. first it was his thumb. now it's his shoulder. the latest injury 49ers quarterback jimmy garoppolo is dealing with again details next in sports. and look for episodes of 911 lone star in the cleaning lady tonight on ktvu. they get started at eight, followed by are 10 and 11 rn about covid-19 the more questions and worries we have.
calhope offers free covid-19 emotional support. call 833-317-4673 or live chat at calhope.org today. tonight in sports, the emotion and the thrill of the 49ers playoff win yesterday over dallas is now in the rear room here as far as the 49ers are concerned, their immediate priority is health as they prepare for the rest of green bay packers on a short week, quarterback jimmy garoppolo had nearly perfect first half for the 49ers yesterday and the second half in which he air mailed a couple of passes that allowed the game to be the heart stopper. that was today comes word that garoppolo strained his right shoulder and that he may have had his accuracy effected. garoppolo is expected to practice this week. and so is linebacker fred warner, the 49ers leading tackler. warner re
injured his ankle on this fourth quarter play without any contact and didn't finish the game. but here's what he said today in a tweet. warner actually apologizing for the scare and saying he'll be good to go for the game at lambeau field, nick bosa, who also left the game after an injury, remains under concussion protocol. on saturday, the 49ers will see a team they faced on a sunday night and week three in that game after falling behind 17 nothing garoppolo engineered 1/4 quarter comeback that saw that 49ers going front 28 27 on that touchdown pass to kyle. use check with just 37 seconds left . but that was enough time for aaron rodgers to get mason crosby into field goal range. crosby down the middle with a 51 yard. er and the packers had a 32 28 win heading to 49ers their first loss of this season. that game was in santa clara. saturday's game will be on the frozen tundra of lambeau field. you can dread that type of game or you can relish being in what could go down as a playoff
classic. i mean, it's pretty cool. meantime you can go play there in the winter. i mean, i would prefer not to tell you the truth. um it's a little a little bit cold for me, but i'll be dressed warm. i don't have to play so i can load up with a bunch of layers and it is going to be a real special game. it could be a huge challenge, and it could be something that by myself, and i know everyone involved with us is member for our lives. two days after they were eliminated from their second playoff game. in 19 years , the raiders have begun a housecleaning started today with the firing of general manager mike mayock. mayak was hired in 2000 and 19 and will probably be best remembered for the 2020 draft in which the raiders took henry rugs and damon arnette, neither of whom are still with the team owner mark davis will now begin interviewing head coaching candidates. interim coach rich passage will be one of the candidates, the guy who salvaged what could have been a disastrous season when jon gruden resigned in october. i guess i learned that. i could do
the job. i'm extremely grateful for the relationships that have been built with me and the players, along with the other coaches and the players and me and the coaches, so for them to do that. i'm very thankful and grateful for that. the sharks at home today for a matinee and got a record breaking performance from timo meier. this is about the only time all day that meyer wasn't scoring sounds on a power play in the first period. brent burns to meyer burns back with it. to the other side. one nothing san jose. now it's two. nothing still in the first meyer on a rebound. three nothing santa's a less than 30. seconds later, myron turned back once, but not twice. he's got it. there's your hat trick. nobody wasn't finished. another power play admire tees off final and the sharks are on the move here with the three on two better go
to meyer again. five goals from myers, a single game record in sharks history and one short of the nhl record. the sharks win 62. when you're hot, there's only one thing to do. tebow meyer. just keep shooting the puck and yeah, no, it's huge credit to the guys. you know, my linemates made some great plays . so yeah, thank you really special, and you know, it's great that do in front of our fans. and you know such a great great group of guys and get this win means like and time for a little check this out action on a monday evening. this happened earlier today with the bulls in memphis grizzlies. john moran takes a hard foul from chicago's tony bradley. bradley and moran to lock up the grizzlies. 6 10 £247 steven adams is there to make sure that there won't be a mismatch between guys who aren't close to the same size? i would not mess with steven adams. mm hmm. oh not a good idea, joe.
hmm. oh not a good idea, joe. thank you. you want to hear an interesting thing about stairs? not really. if the height of a single step is off by as little as two millimeters, most people will trip. i don't care. two milli... that doesn't seem right. no, it's true. i did a series of experiments when i was 12. my father broke his clavicle. is that why they sent you to boarding school? no. that was a result of my work with lasers. (music playing) new neighbor? evidently. significant improvement over the old neighbor. 200-pound transvestite with a skin condition? yes, she is. oh, hi. hi. hi. hi. hi. hi? we don't mean to interrupt. we live across the hall. oh, that's nice. oh, no, uh, we don't live together.
i mean, we live together, but in separate, heterosexual bedrooms. oh. okay, well, guess i'm your new neighbor. penny. oh. leonard. sheldon. hi. hi. hi. hi. hi. well, uh... oh, uh, welcome to the building. oh, thank you. maybe we can have coffee sometime. oh, great. great. great. great. well, uh, bye. bye. bye. bye. should we have invited her for lunch? no. we're gonna start season two of battlestar galactica. we already watched the season two dvds. not with commentary. i think we should be good neighbors, invite her over, make her feel welcome. we never invited louie-slash-louise over. well... and that was wrong of us. we need to widen our circle. i have a very wide circle.