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and that's a live look at treasure island this morning. fog all around the bay area, especially around the city and oakland this morning. so beware of that. >> i'm frank mallicoat, good to have you on board. we begin with developing news in the south bay where streets are closed while police are conducting an investigation. kiet do is there where part of the neighborhood has been blocked off. >> reporter: in the past couple of seconds, this scene started to collapse. opening up the streets more in the mid-town area of san jose. we are at the area of park and race. a tow truck has arrived on scene. police have the area blocked off. and they were searching the suspect vehicle. it's a red suv. it appears of the crashed into
an old victorian style home. the truck jumped the curve and hit is house at a weird angle. we've seen a backhoe apparently working on a ruptured gas line. we saw a family loading up in a car and driving away. that's all we know for now. as soon as we get more information, we'll bring it to you. police taking away a suspect vehicle as we speak. happening today, three santa clara county jail guards are all heading to court, accused of beating a mentally ill inmate to death. if convicted they could face up to life in prison. michael tyrie was in prison because he violated probation. he was put in jail because no
beds were able at a mental health facility. the deputies are on paid leave. >> a lot of buzz surrounding the actors. every acting nominee for white for the second year in a row. and several actors boycotted and everybody expected memorable remarks from chris rock. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> he noted that for the second year in a row. every acting nominee was white. before the event, he feared that he would make light of the subject. >> we can crack jokes but we
can't crack the top 20 nominations. >> i thought given the tension in the room, he diffused everything. >> big name celebrities like spike lee and jada pinkett- smith boycotted the event all together. >> reporter: the curse was broken for leonardo dicaprio. >> it all feels incredibly surreal. >> brie larson picked up a statue for her performance in room. >> i feel strong and excited to be holding this gold guy. >> when the curtains fell, the stars made their way tootses the night. >> we worked so hard on this
film and to have it -- >> chris rock pushed the envelope in addressing the oscars so white. >> it needed to happen. >> elton john used the party to raise awareness for aids. >> we've made enough progress but not enough. >> the parties give celebrities a chance to meet for the first time. >> if i walked into leonardo dicaprio, i don't know what i'd do. >> gene simmons from kiss. >> i was just talking about you. >> can i touch you. >> i wish you would. >> celebrities showed all the styles and awards into the early hours.
teri okita. laura spencer towered -- that's rocky. >> how tall is she? >> she's like 5'10". >> he has a big presence. >> that was the only one i think i actually missed. >> you got him all. >> cate blanchett, wasn't that lovely? and i don't think there were really any misses. i enjoyed it all. >> i just thought jennifer garner could have used a splash of color. [ laughter ] >> you know what the big color is today? >> is fog a color? >> gray. we do have extremely foggy conditions in and around the bay area. especially next to the bay. and it's surging into the santa clara valley. that's the scene from our
weather camera. it's 54 degrees in san jose. and 45 in livermore where visibility is good. but oakland is socked in down to a quarter of a mile. we'll have partly cloudy skies and look at the temperatures. well above where they should be for this leap day. in the mid-and high 70s. rain-- we'll track it together. coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. >> and i want to look at the richmond, san rafael bridge. a fog advisory has been issued by chp. and an early backup this morning as you head from oakland to san francisco. folks are taking it a little slower than usual because of the limited visibility. and getting word of an accident westbound 80 at university with debris in the roadway. check out the sensors. we have slow and go conditions and a bit of a backup as a result. this accident is blocking the
left lane. and chp now on scene. no word on if any injuries are involved. if you're planning on taking the san mateo bridge. we have a fog advisory. and drive times are doing okay. and you can't make out the golden gate bridge too well. i know it's there. i've seen a couple of cars making their way across the south span. time now is 5:07. a former school official is due back in court to face charges connected to a san francisco corruption scandal. jackie ward joins us live in san francisco to explain what can be expected in court today. jackie-- >> reporter: former san francisco school board president keith jackson is facing nine years in prison. but today he's facing state bribery charges. jackson and two staffers will be arraigned for charges of
bribery, money laundering, and for using false names to make campaign contributions in names of others. additional charges for jackson came from a corruption investigation by the district attorney's office. the district attorney is trying to keep the details of the case quiet while the defense says the public has the right to know. >> the good old boys, the pay to play system, has to end. >> despite what mayor lee has said according to documents filed, jackson and two staffers were recorded on wiretaps. the arraignment will get underway at the hall of justice this afternoon. jackie ward, kpix 5. new details on the search for a missing boater. divers recovered the body of lucas johnston in 60 feet of
water. the body of joshua patterson was found saturday in 15 feet of water. the men were not wears life jackets. a university astronomer led -- to a pair of burglars. astronomer howard isaacson was working on a project aimed at finding alien life. he called police after he spotted the suspects stealing textbooks. briefs in support of apple will be filed this week. apple is fighting a government order to help unlock an iphone. the washington post reports yahoo, google, facebook, microsoft, verizon, and amazon are preparing friend of the court briefs. the instructions at city college of san francisco will begin voting on whether to
authorize a strike. union members have been working without a contract since last july. and school administrators called the authorization vote premature because negotiations are still in the mediation stage. tomorrow is considered the biggest day in the primary season on super tuesday. voters will head to the polls in texas, georgia, and 11 ere states and american samoa. donald trump is being criticized for his handling of a cnn interview. he was asked if he would disavow support of david duke. >> i don't know what group you're talking about. >> i'm talking about david duke and the ku klux klan. >> honestly, i don't know david
duke. >> he later posted he does disavow david duke. texas, the most delegate rich of the super tuesday states. she holds a lead over bernie sanders. in georgia, the polls show clinton with a wider lead. she's ahead of sanders 63-35%. and she holds a strong lead in virginia, 59-39%. it's 5:11 on this monday. how bay area -- almond prices are tanking. why? and what it means for consumers and farmers. we have a big time weather pattern change and we'll track the incoming rain together. and limited visibility due to fog on our bay area bridges. and a couple of hot spots. details coming up 96 (church bell)
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homeless individuals. >> you feel like you're actually doing something more active and pro active about the problem. >> just to have a place to lay your head and be dry -- >> no two homes are the same. the city doesn't seem to mind them building the tiny homes as along as it is a grass roots effort. >> if they were sitting on real estate, they'll be a half million? we're getting word of two accidents on 880. the first is at winston. and checking the sensors, we have a line of yellow behind where the accident is. a little slow. back to around a street. and south of there, not far from fremont. we have reports of an overturned vehicle. and we're also dealing with
foggy conditions this morning. taking a look at the san mateo bridge it's foggy. twelve-minutes for the drive time. looking at 580 westbound working towards 680. so far, so good out of the altamont pass. most of the delays start around tracy. we have an accident at westbound 80. we saw a bit of a backup 15 minutes ago. and that seemed to dissipate. traffic is doing okay. you're looking at a 19-minute ride from the carquinez bridge to the maze. we have an early backup in the cash lanes. the fast track lanes are moving okay. chp has issued a fog advisory for the bay bridge. limited visibility. golden gate bridge foggy as
well out of marin county. about 14 minutes right now. and we don't have any trouble spots on the freeways. traffic is good on the northbound side along 101 all the way clear into the peninsula. and guadalupe parkway is doing okay. eleven minutes from 101, 680 to highway 85. and you can use bart, everything is clear. here's roberta. it was very foggy. i had to take it slow. and driving through oakland, i was heading due west. the pockets of the dense fog happened to be around the golf course -- golf links road by the zoo. very foggy conditions into the bay and widespread in the napa valley area. 44degrees currently. no wind, a bit chilly during
the night. refreshing. okay. that's the scene from san jose. 54degrees and the visibility at oakland is down to a quarter of a mile. i anticipate delays at sfo and some arriving flights. we'll see the fog dissipate. and it will become sunny with above average temperatures. and then at least a rainy period for a couple of weeks. we could see the same situation as january as -- if it all plays out. an approaching area of low pressure is weak. it's got to open the storm door for a secondary system. very foggy this morning. and we have the ample sunshine. and as we forge ahead to tuesday, you look upstream and we have the weak area of low pressure that's going to fall apart at the seams. towards thursday we see a second system move in. everybody should get wet from
this one although the rain amounts will be lighter. wait until we talk about the weekend. 73degrees in sacramento. also 70s to fresno. and low 50s in the greater lake tahoe area. time for snow. they'll see it this weekend. 70 in pacifica to the mid-70s in san jose. and outside number towards gilroy. 79degrees. and 70s all the way through the petaluma to novato. again, look at tuesday. the north bay will get showers. everybody gets wet thursday. and then a potent area of low pressure to move in saturday night to sunday when we have the running of the napa valley marathon. we don't want any hypothermia for the runners. and our computer models suggest if it stays well organized. they should bring us into a rainy march. that's 10 days out. we'll keep our fingers crossed
on that. >> that's sounding very promising. it's 5:189 now. new concerns for the almond crop. almonds fetch about seven bucks a pound but the price paid to processers is taking a beating. it's a combination of almonds being priced too high. and too many being produced. but the business has not slowed because the farming business will remain popular. >> pistachios, wine grapes, table grapes, all of them take the same amount of water. >> farmers remain optimistic that the price of almonds has bottomed out. you may be wondering why the red suit. that's so bad guys can't see me bleed. >> the antihero blockbuster dead pool brought in $31
million raising the total hall to $256 million. that makes it the third highest grossing rated r rated movie in history. and bodies of egypt 14 merchandise. and eddie is eagle rounding out the top five. the host, chris rock sold his daughter's girl scout cookies to actors and actresses in attendance. and turned out to be the real deal. the troop made more than $65,000 in sales. pretty cool. good morning, everybody. coming up, sports quiz of the morning. what place did -- in the pac-12 this year. and like father like son
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morning. and sure it's going to be sunny and we have a big time weather pattern change. a traffic leat on 880 -- a traffic alert on 880. monday, february 29th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm an mac vick. it was the second year in a row that every acting nominee was white. some people were protesting and others boycotting. and the pressure was on for chris rock to weigh in on diversity. >> and that he did. teri okita joins us from hollywood with word on the hoping monologue and more. terry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning ann and frank. the parties lasted until the wee hours in hollywood. and it was a night to
celebrate. spotlight took the number one picture. and that was a surprise to some. the revenant best director and actor. >> curse was finally broken for leonardo dicaprio. >> it all feels incredibly surreal. >> brie larson, room. >> she picked up a statue for her performance in room. >> i feel excited and strong to be holding this gold guy. >> the stars made their way to the governors ball. >> to have it rewarded is like really overwhelming. >> is hollywood racist? you're damn right. >> reporter: chris rock >> rushed the envelope. >> he's an amazing performer and person. and it needed to happen.
>> elton john used his afterparty to raise awareness for hiv and aids. >> we've made a lot of progress in the last 30 years but not enough. >> the parties give celebrities a chance to meet for the first time and they too get star struck. >> carson presley got a big surprise. >> and gene simmons from kiss. >> he's right behind you. >> can i touch you? >> i wish you would. celebrities showed off styles and awards into the early hours. >> while it was a night to celebrate it was a night of social commentary on racial diversity, sexual abuse, and the environment. a quick question. i'm sure your hit a couple of
parties. how is hollywood reacting to chris rock's performance. i think it got a thumbs up here with the ladies in the makeup room. >> reporter: yeah, i think so. you know what. leading up to the oscars there was a lot of talk about chris rock. he should boycott like some of the others. tonight to a person on the red carpet they said they thought his jokes and comical vignettes were appropriate and the initial reviews are that he did very well. we'll wait to see if the positive reviews keep coming in. but so far, positive reaction. >> he certainly had a tough job. and you don't. i'm pretty jealous. thanks for joining us. and a big name in the bay area took home an oscar this
year. best animated feature for inside out about a girl who moves to san francisco from the midwest. the characters inside her head symbolize five emotions. >> i haven't seen that movie. it looks so good. >> my son -- he said it was so much fun. >> he was at the warriors game. >> my son was. >> what a ball game? >> he said the crowd was really mad. sorry. you came to watch the warriors, not the thunder. let's show you what a foggy start. good morning, everyone. dense fog in the santa clara valley. dense fog around the bay. it's equally as foggy around the peninsula. and we have gray skies just
about everywhere. livermore, 45 degrees. area of low pressure, see that there. it's going to do a big job. it will open the storm door for thursday. and we are going to be in the 70s, well above average by 11 degrees in san francisco. 70s peninsula, and 70s santa clara valley. and low and mid-70s to the east. and blackhawk as well as mill valley. here's gianna. we have a traffic alert 880 at warren. an overturned vehicle was hit by another vehicle. they have opened at least one lane. and chp is saying five minutes until tow crews are on scene. you can see traffic is slow in both directs as you work through. sluggish out of fremont. and this accident is cleared out of the left lane. it is foggy on all the bridges
this morning. time now is 5:35. developing at this hour in the south bay, police are investigating a wide car crash. kiet do is at the scene where officers are trying to figure out what caused the collision. >> good morning. police have just opened up the streets in the mid-town area of san jose at the corner of park and race. they have been here since midnight gathering evidence from a vehicle just up the street. it's a red lincoln navigator that crashed into a house at park avenue. the truck jumped and curb and caused significant damage to the house. and there's a backhoe working on a ruptured gas line. gas service was shut off to the house. we saw a family loading up in a car and driving away.
they were the ones living inside the house. that's all we know for now. as we get more information, we'll bring it to you. we're live in the mid-town area of san jose. kiet do, kpix 5 news. new details on a brawl. a san francisco man was involved in that fight. the violence broke out in anaheim park as 6 kkk members showed up to protest illegal immigration. one is clansman stabbed three attackers. it appears they acted in self- defense. no word on the san francisco man's affiliation. a woman is in jail after a hit-and-run in a killed a man in pinole. the man who was killed had been checking a tire on his car. and an off duty berkeley police
officer had been following the suspect's car. after that accident, the driver was eventually arrested on suspicion of dui and felony hit- and-run causing death and driving with a suspended license. investigators are trying to determine who is behind the latest fatal shooting. a 40-year-old man was shot while driving on the freeway early saturday morning. you can see it there. it's the 7th freeway shooting in the area since november. police believe the victim of the latest shooting was targeted and likely gang related. about a dozen people are at a homeless encampment despite the deadline to clear the area. tent cities grew because of rainy weather and a lot of homeless people were forced to
relocate. the area is littered with feces and hypodermic needles. if the homeless are cleared, it's unclear where they should go. >> it means that people who are sleeping on the streets moved. if they move, the issue still there. there are now two dozen tents, down from 130 just a few days ago. today is leap day, the 29th of february. but the beginning of a new week of trading on wall street. >> and joining us now is jill wagner of cbs money watch.com. good morning, jill. it could be a rough start for wall street. chinese markets plunged after g- 20 leaders met. on friday it was a mixed finish. the dow fell 57 points and the nasdaq was up eight. apple could be going
smaller when it releases the newest iphone. it will have a 4-inch screen, pretty much looking identical to the 5 s except for curved edges. it's not expected to include the 3-d touch feature. and you may not have to feel like a sardine. there's a new plan to stop airlines from stuffing in more passengers. a bill would require the agency so set a minimum seat size for airlines. please, please, i hope this passes. >> we're tall. >> i'm 6'3" plus. >> i'm 5'2" and -- >> you're complaining. >> any time i arrive anywhere i'm crabby. a milestone for starbucks and maybe sentimental for the ceo? >> starbucks is going where it's never gone before, italy.
the coffee chain is opening the first store in milan. plenty of local shops sell their own. they got the idea after visiting milan in the '80s. jill wagner, cbs money watch. thank you. it's 5:41. and presidential contenders are turning up the insults ahead of super tuesday. next a preview of what's to come. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
after the shooting at a dayton church. he's the brother of the victim. pastor schooler went in his study after the final prayer and his brother followed him. in the motive is not known but a niece of the brother said daniel schooler had a history of mental illness. one of the vatican's top cardinals says the catholic church has made serious mistakes handling the abuse by priests. he said he'd made mistakes trusting priests more than young children who spoke of abuse. >> unofficially, it's the -- that most complaints in the period of time we're talking about tended to be dismissed. >> i don't have the statistics on that but too many of them
certainly were dismissed and sometimes they were dismissed in absolutely scandalous circumstances. >> that hearing started just hours before the oscars where spotlight won best picture. the film addressed the major coverup of the sexual abuse in boston's catholic church. super tuesday is tomorrow. voters head to the polls in 12 states. donald trump is being criticized for his handling of a cnn interview. could you say you condemn them and don't want their support. >> i don't know what group you're talking about. >> i'm talking about david duke. >> honestly, i don't know david duke. >> trump posted online that he
does disavow duke. and the latest poll suggests hillary clinton will enjoy victory in texas. she holds a 61-37 lead over bernie sanders among democrats likely to vote. georgia, the polls show clinton ahead 63-35%. and she holds a strong lead in virginia where the margin is 59- 39%. we'll be able to cull the herd a little bit after tomorrow. it's going to be exciting. >> if trump sweeps he could be the nominee by wednesday morning. >> it's fascinating that we're talking about preliminaries. and when did that happen before? >> super tuesday. >> i take that back. [ laughter ] , [ overlapping speakers ] >> and how are we doing with the traffic lights. >> unfortunately not so good. south 880 at warren.
we have an overturned vehicle hit by a second vehicle blocking the left lane. red and yellow indicates speeds under 25 miles per hour. and tow crews are on the scene. hopefully, they'll have this wrapped up quickly. expect a busy ride out of fremont. south 880 at warren is where the accident was. out of altamont pass, busy slow and go conditions and jammed up around 205. slow and go and you'll see delays all the way to isabel where we have an accident blocking the middle lane. congestion approaching 680. 20-minutes for the drive time. westbound 580 altamont pass to 680. a little slow near the sunol grade. bay bridge is backed up. we have foggy conditions and metering lights are on.
give yourself a few extra minutes. there's a fog advisory for the bay bridge. so limited visibility as you hit across the span. we're not seeing any delays. and traffic is moving from 580 to the toll plaza. take it slow and leave a lot of space. and foggy across the san mateo bridge. 13 minutes from hayward to foster city. roberta, i understand there's rain headed our way. >> we have lots of rain. and that's coming up with the 7- day forecast. and you could see a little bit of condensation. some reporting stations -- livermore. and santa rosa. and we're socked in across the board. after 6 a.m. we start to see the stackup with delays. we'll keep you apprised of that. we have the fog. and it will dissipate. and sunny and mild conditions. and in and out of the rain for
the next two weeks. this area of low pressure has a big job. it's got to bust through the dry air mass. and when it does, this is going to try to kick open the storm door. and i want you to keep your eyes posted and poised on the north bay. tuesday, there's the area of low pressure and it falls apart once it banks up against the north bay. and wednesday we have the sunshine. and thursday it's a measly system. and we should all get wet for the morning commute. today sacramento, 73 degrees. 52 in the greater lake tahoe area. you'll get dumped on. 73 in fresno. there's the sunup at 6:42. and the sun is setting later after 6:00 in the evening hours. i just love the longer days. 70 to 79 degrees. 79 in gilroy.
wow. that's about 11 to 12 degrees above average. rain in the north bay during the afternoon hours. and everybody gets low for the morning commute. rain for the napa valley marathon on sunday. we could see a couple of weeks of rain after that. have a great day. the experience is once every four years. >> not a lot of people have february 29th as a birthday. and one is paul -- of pennsylvania. he was born february 29th in 1932. >> my son and i were both -- we had our 8th birthdays in the same year. can you imagine that? >> leap day is added every four years so our calendars can catch up with the solar year.
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good monday morning everyone. sure, it's going to be sunny today. north bay shower in the afternoon on tuesday. and dry skies wednesday, and more rain by the morning commute thursday, and becoming stormy by saturday afternoon through your sunday. and left lane remains blocked south 880 at warren avenue for an overturned vehicle. and a bit foggy through the area so be careful. a navy seal will receive a special honor at the white house. edward byers jr. will receive the medal of honor for pulling off a daring rescue. he rushed into a gunfight in 2012 to save a hostage. he is humble and does not consider himself a hero. and it didn't take long to figure out who would be the plus one at the white house ceremony. >> i called my mom that night and told her and got to love my mom. her first question out of her mouth was do you think i'll be able to come to it. and i was like of course, mom.
i'm pretty sure you're be allowed to come. >> he'll be the first navy seal to receive the medal of honor since the vietnam war. a helicopter rescued a man who fell 25 feet down a cliff. the man was flied a remote controlled plane and it went over the cliff. he tried to climb down and slipped and fell, breaking his leg. spacex has not announced when they'll try another rocket launch attempt. >> four, three, two, one. >> the mission was scrubbed because of issues with keeping the liquid oxygen used to fuel the rocket at the right temperature. spacex officials say the temperatures got too warm after the launch was put on hold due to a boat passing through the
no pass zone. there are now different prices for disney parks depending on the time of the year. tickets in the value period are 105-dollars. and regular season tickets are 110 bucks. and 124 for peak days which includes holidays. hollywood's lack of diversity taking center stage. we're in san francisco this morning where the former school board president is facing up to nine years in prison for federal charges. today he faces state charges. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
it's monday and it's all about the fog today, believe it or not. it's a little murky. >> that could throw a wrench in the commute. things are slowing down. i'm frank mallicoat and it's 6:00 and we begin with developing news. san jose police are trying to figure out the cause of a wild crash. a red suv jumped the curve before smashing into a home. the collision may have been the result of a police pursuit that started in sunnyvale. the people to inside the home packed up and drove away. the oscars and the controversy over diversity. this was the second year in a row that every acting nominee was white. some people protested, several boycotted and the rest went with it. all eyes were on