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a bill brewing that could let a 12-year-old get a covid shot without their parents' consent. i am sorting through the legislation. teachers in the east bay threatening strike. what they are demanding this morning. new rules for large events about to kick in at chase center. what you need to know if you are planning to catch a warriors game. emotional plea for answers one year after a north bay woman suddenly vanished. good morning. it is friday january 20. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am anne makovec in for len kiese. let's get to mary lee for a check on our weekend weather. sounds like a good one.
it's going to be a nice weekend with plenty sunshine and warm temperatures. today we will see winds kick up. it will be another sunny, warm day but we will see strong winds. that will be the big difference for us. not as much fog as we start our day. we have wind advisories for most of the bay area highlighted in gold and that will be in effect starting at 7:00 a.m. today until tomorrow morning. we also have high wind warnings highlighted in red for north bay mountains. strongest winds will be in higher elevations, east bay hills, north bay mountains with gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour. watch for that. now is a good time if you have loose objects outside to secure them because it can blow away in the wind today. currently winds are on the calm to light side but we will see winds pick up this afternoon. temperature wise, all other the place with 30s, 40s, low 50s. through the day we will see
winds pick up, strong winds kicking up this afternoon with temperatures in the 60s with plenty sunshine. we'll talk more about the weekend forecast coming up. a state senator will be in san francisco to talk up his new bill to enable teens to get covid vaccine without their parents' consent. the senator just introduced this legislation. justin andrews is live in san francisco on the proposal that could get a lot of people talking especially when talking about parents and their kids. >> reporter: absolutely. this can stir fierce opposition. this would let someone as young as 12 to get a covid shot and won't even need their parents to sign off on it. this legislation right now is just permissive and not a mandate. widespread information about the vaccine could cause parents to deny their children access to life saving vaccinations. in the sf chronical the senator said there are 1 million young people between 12 and 17 who
have not gotten vaccines because their parents oppose or haven't taken them to the clinic yet. this could make california one of the youngest ages in any state. alabama allows such decision at 14, oregon 15. california already allows those 12 and up to consent to vaccines an treatments like hpv and hepatitis b without parents' consent so he says this should be no different. something he may have difficulty even in the legislature overwhelmingly controlled by democrats. the senator will be holding a press conference this morning. we'll see how all of this swings. taking a live look at oakland where public school teachers are going to talk about potential strike. a virtual press conference getting underway at noon. teachers union wants covid testing at all schools, high quality masks, enough staffing
to cover classrooms when teachers are out. oakland educators association wants agreement on covid sick leave. members can vote as soon as today on whether to strike. a spokesperson says they are hopeful they can reach a deal. nurses at daly city's hmc medical center are set to hold a virtual press conference to demand staffing safety amid covid-19. organizers say hospital management is not prioritizing patient care over profits. today's event is set for 5:30 this evening. a live look at san francisco, new data suggesting that coronavirus cases may have peaked in the city. on january 9, the seven day average was nearly 2100 a day. but on january 12, cases dropped to a little more than 1,000 a day. a grim reminder about the toll of the pandemic, nearly 2,000 people are dying from covid every day. a live look at the chase center where you are going to
need a booster shot to get in and watch golden state warriors play. joycelyn moran joins us live in the newsroom. if you have a ticket in the next few weeks, how long do you have to get that booster beforehand? >> reporter: you still have a little bit more than a week. it goes into effect february 1. warriors are having a pretty good season, second in the western conference, klay thompson is back. it's an exciting time to see them play but you want to be sure you are prepared. starting february 1 you will need to show you are boosted. if you got pfizer or moderna, you have three doses. if you have johnson & johnson that means two doses. this applies to those 16 and over. those 12 to 15, you have more time. you will have to show proof of a booster starting march 1. you have to be boosted at least one week before you attend an event at the chase center. this is from the san francisco department of public health for mega events over 500 people. dr. rutherford says it's the
right move and some fans are on board with it. >> i think it's absolutely, positively something that you have to have to be protected. >> it's a sense of feeling protected and feeling like we're going to stop the spread of this virus. >> reporter: warriors first home game after this rule goes into effect is february 3 against sacramento kings. if you are not boosted warriors are hosting events on january 25 and 29. joycelyn moran, kpix5. >> thanks. new, several state lawmakers are forming what they call a workgroup geared toward encouraging vaccinations. senator they plan to develop data driven policies and try to fight misinformation about vaccines. search is ongoing for a santa rosa woman more than a
year after she disappeared. she was last seen on january 11 of 2021 and while hopes of finding her alive have faded, family are determined to find out what happened. that includes her former fiance. he says there is no way she would have deliberately missed some of the most important moments of their boy's life. >> i knew after braden's birthday in october, thanksgiving, especially with christmastime in that area, it kind of sealed the deal unfortunately. it's a pit in my stomach i can't really describe. >> tara apparently suffered from mental health issues and addiction. the family hired a private investigator to help santa rosa police search for her in hopes of finding closure. they're asking anyone with information to come forward. the body of a missing nurse has been found near fremont.
27-year-old michael odell was found dead yesterday near highway 84 and san francisco bay national wildlife refuge. he was last seen tuesday morning at stanford hospital where he worked the overnight shift as a traveling nurse. his car was later found near the dumbarton bridge. investigators are not releasing details surrounding the death. tomorrow a police strategy shift, a massive one, in oakland. 48 officers will be relocated to east oakland as part of the department's six area patrol plan. the new patrol district is bordered by 82nd avenue to the west, san leandro border to the east and oakland airport to the south as well as hills to the north. >> community members are advisings they just do not see enough police officers making them feel less than safe in their homes and neighborhoods. >> police say reallocations should significantly improve response times to disproportionate number of
calls for service in the area. a live look at sfo, california attorney general's office is investigating yesterday's deadly police shooting that happened outside the airport's international terminal. a tsa employee reported a man acting suspiciously around 7:30 yesterday near bart station entrance at the international terminal. police say the man was armed with two guns when they arrived. sources tell kcbs radio those were pellet guns. officers tried to deescalate but when he advanced towards them, they opened fire. >> at this point in the investigation, there is no indication of this incident being involved with terrorism, like the individual came to commit some act of terrorism. >> a bystander was injured when police opened fire but is expected to be okay. happening today, investigators expected to release new details into the deadly police shooting in san jose. a man suspected in a carjacking was killed late wednesday after
police say he crashed a stolen car and shot at police. it unfolded at west heading street. a police chopper began following the suspect after a report of a stolen car. meat loaf, the iconic singer known for hits like "i'll do anything for love" has died. according to his official facebook he died with his wife by his side. his 1977 record "bat out of hell" was one of the best selling albums of all times. he also did acting appearing in classic rocky horror picture show. it is unclear how he died. he was 74 years old. ten minutes after 5:00. on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, bay area water district officials are getting desperately needed good news. the big announcement from state water officials. new longterm plan from the biden administration aimed at
reducing fire hazards across the nation. good morning. definitely not as foggy as we start our day compared to yesterday. still some patchy fog, but we will be watching the winds kick up. a blustery day with that strong pressure gradient. we have wind advisories that will be in effect and high wind warnings. we'll talk about that and when you will see the strongest wind coming up. a quick check on the roadways before break. this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic is moving smoothly this friday morning. hoping that
welcome back. new, marin's approval of a subdivision has been blocked. recent ruling is now forcing a new vote by the board of supervisors. plaintiffs argue that the environmental review process the county used for the project failed to meet state requirements. marin county superior court judge agreed with the plaintiff and partially granted a mandate halting the project. update on the drought, conditions have improved enough that california water officials say they will release more water than initially planned from state reservoirs. it will go to local agencies
that provide water to 27 million people. that includes alameda county water and santa clara valley water. the state says it has enough to give water districts 15% of what they requested this year before recent rains, the number was 0%. today vice president kamala harris making a stop in southern california. she's set to announce that the state will get 600 federafunds anpreparfore wildfires. that money comes from recently passed infrastructure bills. last year's wildfi was among worse in california history scorching nearly 2.6 million acres. longer term management of california forests being promoted as a way to reduce fire risk. that involves prescribed burns and trying to cut down some of the trees, mainly those that are dead. bay area researchers have been studying ways to reduce fire hazards for decades.
an assistant professor at uc berkeley says conditions at a station in the sierra are offering clues on how much the work will cost. >> it could have cost $2,000 an acre, 1,000 to 2,000 for the initial treatment. now to do prescribed fire because we have managed it in the past it is more affordable. >> a lot of acreage in the west the federal government owns that they haven't managed appropriately. getting out of that hole will cost a lot of money. >> biden administration's ten year strategy proposes thinning out about 50 million acres of land and creating a longterm maintenance plan. the price tag can be as much as $20 billion for national forests and another 30 billion for work on additional land. czu lightning complex fires devastated much of the santa clara mountains. that includes thousands of areas of red woods. tens of thousands of seed links are being planted in the area of the mountain region. in 2020 the fire burned or
damaged 97% of the trees in the area. a year and a half later the forest has begun to bounce back but mother nature needs a little help. this week save the red woods league is embarking on a modern day johnny apple seed mission. >> you can see there is a red wood islet here, red wood islet here. between the red woods it is ten oak which have grown in and kept these different red wood groves separated from each other. it's harder for new red wood sprouts to come in. this is our chance to get it back on the trajectory of what it was. >> over time the seed links will grow and return to mostly red woods which are more naturally fire resistant compared to other trees. seed links are a year old and a typical worker can plant 100 to 200 a day. >> this reminds us of the need for rain. it doesn't look like we will
get any soon. 18 minutes after 5:00. mary has a closer look at our weather forecast. at least it's going to be nice. it is. we are going to see plenty sunshine and warm temperatures today. i will be tracking the winds though. we will see the winds kick up. it will be a blustery day across the bay area with wind advisories in effect for most of the bay area with gusts 50 to 55 miles per hour and high wind warnings that will be in effect for north bay mountains. higher elevations east bay hills and north bay mountains will see gusts 60 to 70 miles per hour. watch for downed trees, power outages that may be possible. already watching winds pick up in higher elevations in the mountains this morning, gusts to about 30 to 40 miles per hour. at the surface for many of us where we live, we are looking at calm to light conditions but winds will be picking up as we head through this afternoon for all of us. that's the reason why most of
the bay area under wind advisories and high wind warnings kicking in effect starting at 7:00 a.m. temperatures, a chilly start in the north bay, santa rosa, upper 30s. we are looking at 40s for concord, oakland, livermore, san jose. san francisco low 50s. it is not as foggy as yesterday morning and the day before, not as extensive with the coverage but still looking at patchy dense fog for the north bay down to about a quarter mile in petaluma. as we head through our day today, i will be watching the winds kick up. we are going to see the strong winds for the coast, around the bay, inland with highs warming up with the sunshine well above average into the 60s. the reason we have that tight pressure gradient is because of a ridge of high pressure in pacific and low pressure system over the great basin. that's bringing offshore winds
for us. thankfully we did have that rain last month in december so that high fire danger is not really the case but it is something we are watching with dry offshore winds that will be kicking up as we head through our day today. here we are at noon with winds increasing for us and again as we head through this afternoon and tonight, we'll see winds gusting up to 30 to 40 miles per hour and even higher for the higher elevations in the mountains, gusts 60 to 70 miles per hour. tomorrow morning still windy, especially in higher elevations highs today the 60s for many of us, well above average for this time of year. snow report in heavenly looking great with the sunshine. it's great weather to hit the slopes in tahoe. the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose looking great for the weekend ahead with plenty sunshine,
warm temperatures. we are going to stay dry into next week. we need that rain. inland east bay, north bay, coast, 60s this weekend continuing for many of us as we look ahead to next week. back to you. >> thank you. san francisco's chinatown is getting spruced up to usher in the lunar new year. department of public works started sending crews to steam clean sidewalks and make pot hole repairs before the calendar flips next month to the year of the tiger. what better way to ring in the new year than with the ding of a famous san francisco cable car. this is all decked out for the occasion and it will run for the next month. >> pretty cool. 5:21. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, this scared puppy was missing for months until a group of strangers stepped in. the great lengths they went to
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welcome back. we'll see sunshine and warm temperatures but i will be watching winds kick up with wind advisories in effect for most of the bay area. by lunchtime, looking at temperatures in the low 60s with plenty sun. but again this afternoon, strong winds ahead. in san francisco at noon, 60 degrees for your lunchtime forecast with north northeasterly winds at 11 miles per hour. those are those dry offshore winds. oakland at noon, 62 degrees with sunshine. we are looking at those windy conditions. south bay, san jose, 61 at noon with north northwesterly winds around 13 miles per hour. i'll have more on what you can expect with those advisories and high wind warnings in a few minutes. back to you. a frightened puppy who
spent two months dodging rescuers on a snowy hillside is finally back home. >> it is all thanks to a group of very dedicated strangers this eight-month-old german shepherd mix was scared away from her owner by a train in october. she spent weeks in snow and freezing temperatures and it took a team of volunteers to build a trap and set up cameras so they can track her. the group worked to gain her trust. >> good samaritans, saints, amazing individuals who don't know me, didn't know our dog. >> both of us are standing there with our masks are crying just for joy. >> it was real rewarding doing that for that little dog. it meant everything to us to help that dog. >> my heart. she had been lost for 70 days
before her rescue. welcome home. >> yes. i love that dedication. she looked part wolf dog so helped her survive the brought al temperatures. welcome home. still ahead, the january 6th committee going after a member of the trump family. who they're attempting to talk to now and the alleged phone call they want to know about. decreased demand for at homework outs hitting peloton hard. why the company shares have fallen nearly 25%. let's take a quick check on the roadways before we head to break. this is a live look outside this morning. you can see traffic moving very smoothly there as it is on all bay area bridges
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, more negotiation today to halt a potential russian invasion of ukraine. the latest on how u.s. is intervening to try to resolve the situation. major airlines breathing a sigh of relief this morning. new approvals from faa after much concern over 5g. a key step forward in universal health coverage for californians. what's next for the single payer bill. san francisco 49ers face green bay packers tomorrow. some are getting ready to brave the cold. how fans are showing support. it is friday january 21. thanks for joining us. i am anne makovec in for len. >> i am amanda starrantino. we will ma lee.
we have been seeing a lot of fog yesterday. how is it today? big difference today. the fog is not as extensive in coverage but still patchy dense fog for part of the north bay. a big difference for sure this morning. also big changes with our winds. we will see winds kick up, dry offshore winds will be developing into the bay area. wind advisories for most of the bay area starting at 7:00 a.m., highlighted in gold. high wind warnings for north bay mountains also at 7:00 a.m. we are going to see winds increasing, gusts up to 50 miles per hour for most of the area, higher elevations gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour later today. it's really this afternoon and tonight that we will see the strongest winds. calm to light conditions now but as we head through afternoon, that's when we'll see strongest winds. temperature wise 30s, 40s, 50s. through the day, sunshine, warm temperatures in the 60s but
watching those winds. i will show you futurecast in a few minutes. back to you. >> thanks. today, could california let minors as young as 12 get the covid shot without their parents' consent? a state senator holding a press conference about his legislation. justin andrews joins me. this proposal can seem pretty controversial. >> reporter: the bill he basically introduced is permissive, is not a mandate, but can certainly be controversial. california already allows those people 12 or older to get certain vaccines and treatments like hpv and hepatitis b vaccines without parents' consent. the senator says this is no different. he says widespread misinformation about the vaccine has caused parents to deny their children access to life saving vaccinations. the center will be holding the press conference at 9:30.
in the sf chronical he stated there are 1 million young people between 12 and 17 who have not gotten the vaccine because their parents oppose it or they haven't taken them to the clinic yet. speakingof clinics children's discovery museum will hold a clinic sunday for kids to get the shot. legislature is controlled by democrats so it could be hard for some for him to get this passed. we'll see how it goes. >> thanks. a live look at chase center in san francisco where starting next month proof of a booster will be required to get into a warriors game or any other event at the arena. fans are already required to show a vaccination card and id but starting february 1, they will also need to show proof of a booster shot. this follows a mandate from san francisco department of public health for indoor events of more than 500 people. chase center will become first
nba venue with this rule. >> a lot of venues you can walk in with no mask, no vaccine, no test. here you know walking in that everyone is vaccinated. as of february 1, everyone is boosted. it is really important for fans to feel safe coming to events. >> fans must have a booster at least a week before attending a game. warriors will host booster shot events january 25 and 29th in an area next to the arena called thrive city. from the warriors to the niners, tomorrow the 49ers facing the packers in green bay. joycelyn moran is live in the newsroom. some faithful ready to brave the brutal cold to cheer on their team. >> reporter: that's right. like you mentioned, they're going to be braving the cold. they're making support for the team known. it starts at home. take a look at the video yesterday, 49er fans giving the team a warm send off at levi as they boarded about us to head
to the airport. the faithfuls fan group were cheering from santa clara and will also be cheering in green bay hoping to take the home advantage from the packers. >> we're going with a group of i would say 20, i believe. we're going to be tailgating. it's going freezing. it's going to be cold. i've got my boots, thermals. i will probably be five layers deep. >> reporter: it is going to be cold. green bay's channel 5 meteorologist says the actual air temperature might be around 15 but it will feel closer to zero around kick off. you heard the fans. they've got their boots and layers ready. i on the other hand will be staying here supporting them at home where it is a bit warmer. the game is at 5:15 tomorrow night. back to you guys. >> yes, i am with you on the watching from home. the frozen tundra they call it in green bay. it's going to be interesting.
thanks. today the u.s. secretary of state sits with russia's foreign minister. the two will meet on neutral ground in switzerland in hopes of negotiating continued peace between russia and ukraine. >> i have been absolutely clear with president putin. he has no misunderstanding if any assembled russian units move across ukraine border, that is an invasion. >> that was president biden yesterday after suggesting the day before he might let a small attack on ukraine slide. russia claims it is threatened by aggression from the west and it is demanding security guarantees including a ban on ukraine joining nato, something u.s. says it will never agree to. >> they seem like a distant regional dispute or yet another example of russian bullying. at stake again are principles that have made the world safer. >> the white house said an invasion would set off domino effect of problems for russia.
that includes possibly being cut off from global banking system as well as having critical ex ports blocked. a live look at the state capitol where a plan to provide universal health coverage for californians is taking a key step forward. it would put everyone under the same insurer, the state. it would be paid for through increased taxes. after passing a key committee yesterday the full assembly will consider nine days from now. a district attorney in georgia requesting a grand jury investigate former president trump's alleged election interference. the fulton county district attorney says her office has information about possible criminal disruption in the state's 2020 election. she wants a grand jury to gather evidence and compel witnesses to testify. several witnesses have refused to cooperate without a subpoena. house committee investigating january 6th capitol attack wants to talk to
the former president's daughter. the committee sent her a letter asking her to discuss her father's actions that day including an alleged phone call to then vice president mike pence to reject 2020 election results. this week supreme court rejected attempt by former president trump to block transfer of hundreds of white house documents related to the riot. a live look at sfo, one of the airports where roll out of 5g wireless service has become a potential safety issue. this week incoming flights were diverted to other airports because of low visibility. now faa has issued approvals for additional altimeters. low visibility landings in places where 5g is deployed. at the same time ata and verizon have delayed turning on some of the towers as they work
with the government on a permanent fix. price increases for new and used cars. plus why consumer safety commission is recalling certain infant loungers. diane king hall is joining us this friday morning live from new york. good morning. good morning. shares of peloton tanked more than 23% yesterday. cnbc reported the fitness company is planning to temporarily halt production of the bike and tread as demand wanes. it had skyrocketed to the top of the fitness world as gyms were closed earlier in the coronavirus pandemic. cost of a car whether new or used is weighing on consumers. according to fresh analysis by anderson economic group used car prices shot up more than 11% in december. if you want new wheels it is more. prices spiked 37%. this is as wages barely moved the needle. incomes rose less than 5% during the same period. government issued a warning
on certain infant loungers. consumer product safety commission wants families to stop using some products. the agency says they can possibly lead to suffocation. the warning comes after deaths of a 17 day old baby and 4- month-old. anne. yikes.. we are also hearing news from across the pond. queen elizabeth needs help tidying the palace. >> yes indeed. we'll never be royal but maybe you can work for one. her majesty's royal palace is hiring a part time house keeper. it does come with benefits including 33 days paid vacation. the only thing i would like to say it maybe she can boost that pay a little bit.
>> she can probably afford it. i am assuming there is a stringent nondisclosure agreement that comes with the job in the contract. >> yes. make sure you do a proper bow or courtesy. >> yes, all the pomp and circumstance. we'll check you out when the stock market opens again. >> i don't know. 33 days vacation sounds good. >> it is tempting. 5:41. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> debate over digital billboards heating up in south bay. why astronomers are joining the fight. a new push to crackdown on a massive rail theft problem in california. we've now learned what may be behind this sudden surge. it's not as foggy as yesterday but still dealing with patchy dense fog for parts of the north bay. i will be tracking winds as we
head through today, that strong pressure gradient developing and setting up for us. we have wind advisories that will be in effect and also high wind warnings. we'll talk about all of this coming up in just a few minutes. a quick check of the roadways before break. this is a live look at traffic moving smoothly
taking a live look outside, this is a view from our salesforce camera looking east over the bay bridge. star wars in san jose where astronomers are battling a plan to put up digital billboards near the airport. they say the light is going to disrupt their work at lake observatory on nearby mount hamilton. even the most sophisticated telescope is losing its vision. >> for certain fainter objects as background light goes up, we will be unable to make the detections. >> they're a necessary revenue stream and are in the rules set by city council. a hearing is set for next wednesday. new details on what might be adding to the problem to a massive spike of thefts from california cargo trains. l.a. times spoke to former employees who said the company has reduced private police force by more than half. the problem is made worse by
bottlenecks at urban rail yards forcing trains to sit idle. governor newsom is among those looking into how conditions have worsened along the railroad tracks. thursday he got a first hand look at debris from a looted cargo train. he picked up discarded cardboard in the area left from thefts of tell visions and designer clothes. >> not just arrest and walk away. you've got to do the work and present the case and see folks prosecuted. >> we are going to have a special task force assigned with u.p. with local partners with lapd and county sheriffs department. we will be patrolling and working closely with the aspect on patrol. >> 18 members of congress sent a letter to the attorney general merrick garland asking
for federal help. they say train thefts are affecting the supply chain across the country. wild video of what appears to be a road rage incident in sacramento. the chp says that might not be the case. video shows a sedan tailgating a tesla which leads to the sedan crashing on the shoulder. officers say despite aggressiveness they don't consider this a case of road rage. >> was there damage? was anything thrown? was anybody injured? if the answers are no, no, no then there is no crime that's occurred. >> during the pandemic freeways weren't as packed so there were fewer crashes. now that more people are on the road, chp expects the number of crashes to go up. luckily we have been keeping our eye on the traffic in the bay area. things are still looking good, fingers crossed. mary is tracking windy conditions. that's right. it's going to be a blustery
day. hold onto your hats as we are looking at gusty offshore winds really picking up through our afternoon. wind advisories for most of the bay area starting at 7:00 a.m. and we also have high wind warnings highlighted in red. that's for the north bay mountains. many of us seeing winds gusting to about 50 to 55 miles per hour and in the higher elevations, east bay hills, north bay mountains gusts of 60 to possibly 70 miles per hour. watch for do you knowed trees and be possible with strong winds. now is a good time to secure loose outdoor objects that will likely blow around in our wind as we head through the afternoon and for tonight. currently, looking at calm to light conditions this morning. it's really up in higher elevations that i am watching winds starting to pick up, gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour this morning in the hills and mountains. again for all of us through the day, we'll see those increasing winds by this afternoon.
temperature wise, we are in the 40s from concord, oakland, livermore, san jose, low 50s in san francisco, a cold 38 degrees in santa rosa. not as extensive with our fog this morning compared to yesterday but still dealing with patchy fog for parts of the north bay. for today in your forecast, looking at that patchy morning fog for parts of the north bay, windy conditions really for all of us as we head through this afternoon and tonight. we'll see sunshine and warm above average daytime high temperatures today. satellite and radar view, we have a strong pressure gradient developing because of the ridge of high pressure in the pacific and low pressure system over the great basin. that's creating gusty offshore winds for us. the good news, we had a lot of rain last month in december. so not talking about a high fire danger but it is something we are watching with dry northerly winds picking up. as we head through afternoon, winds increasing for us especially as we head through
later in the afternoon and for tonight. we'll see the strongest winds with this weather system and then for tomorrow morning, winds start to ease and especially by tomorrow in the afternoon, calmer conditions. temperatures in the 60s this afternoon, sunrise at 7:21 a.m., sun set at 5:21. we are cheering our 49ers taking on the green bay packers. it is going to be cold at lambeau, wind chill near zero. seven-day forecast, san francisco, oakland, san jose, looking great for the weekend with temperatures in the 60s. dry weather continues into next week. back to you. this morning adele's las vegas residency is on indefinite hold due to rising covid cases among her crew. the singer made the announcement in a tearful video on social media. the residency was supposed to kick off tonight and run
through april 16. adele says all dates will be rescheduled. the highly anticipated final season of ozark is here. as the series winds down the family is summoned by a drug king pen who wants to cut a deal with fbi. ozark season 4 part one debuts today on net flix. green light, net flix biggest show ever, is coming back for season two. we are talking about squid game. the series streamed for 1.6 billion hours in the first 28 days of release. it features contested invited by a mysterious organization to compete in children's games for $38 million but games have deadly consequences if they don't win. that's the catch there. a big no for me on that show. sounds super stressful. eight minutes before 6:00. still ahead, a woman being
praised this morning for rescuing an animal in need. some are stumped on what kind of animal she actually saved. coming up on the drew barrymore show, valerie bertinelli stops by to chat about her new book today on kpix5. a quick check on the roadways before break. this is a live look outside at the richmond san rafael bridge
good friday morning to you. it is not as foggy as yesterday but still patchy dense fog for parts of the north bay as we start our day, tracking strong pressure gradient developing with ridge of high pressure over pacific and low pressure basin bringing dry offshore winds. wind advisories starting at 7:00 a.m. through tomorrow morning for most of the area in gold and high wind warnings for the north mountains. i will let you know when we will see the strongest winds. a woman is praised for helping rescue an animal in need. >> this is really weird. apparently wildlife experts can't figure out exactly what the animal is. pennsylvania rescuer says she saw paw prints outside her door and thought it could be her
neighbor's loose dog. she followed the tracks and found this. she coaxed it to her basement and called experts to help. despite their training so far the animal remains a mystery. >> they transported it here. i am like i can't definitively say what it is. to be on the side of caution since they can carry rabies and since it might be coyote we can keep it here, get genetic testing done and go from there. >> it has skin disease and is being kept in isolation. results from genetic testing take two to four weeks to come in. >> i am interested to know. four minutes before 6:00. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, controversial vaccine bill introduced at the state capitol. what it can mean for teens trying to get shots without their parents' permission. trying to keep fans safe in
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there is a combative bill brewing that could let a 12- year-old get covid shot without parents' consent. we are sorting through that legislation next. if you want to see the splash brothers at chase center, you will soon need to show you also have your booster shot. we'll tell you when this goes into effect. cracking down on illegal pop up covid testing sites. questions being asked in san francisco this morning. a new plea to find a missing woman from santa rosa more than a year after she disappeared. good morning. thanks for starting your friday with us. it is january 21. i am anne makovec in for