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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
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with us. it is january 21. i am anne makovec in for len. >> it is friday. i am amanda starrantino. let's get a check of our weather forecast with mary lee. it's a little windy today. for sure. a blustery day ahead. i will be tracking strong winds picking up with dry offshore northerly winds kicking up. we have wind advisories that will be in effect for most of the bay area starting at 7:00 a.m. for locations highlighted in gold. winds will be gusting up to possibly 50 to 55 miles per hour. we have high wind warnings highlighted in red for the north bay mountains with winds gusting up to 60 to possibly 70 miles per hour. watch for downed trees and power outages with the strong winds. something else i am watching, it's not as foggy compared to yesterday. you can see the golden gate bridge as we start our day. though there is patchy fog for parts of the north bay. temperature wise we are in the 30s for santa rosa area, 40s concord, oakland, as well as
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livermore san jose, low 50s in san francisco. as we head through the day we are looking at walking through the day in san francisco, plenty sunshine, low to mid 60s this afternoon but windy conditions, tracking strong winds. also for oakland, temps in 60s with wind kicking up and for the san jose area, mid 60s this afternoon, sunny and warm and tracking strong winds. i will let you know when we will see strongest winds today into tomorrow coming up. today we are going to be hearing more details on a new bill that will let teenagers get the covid vaccine without their parents' consent. state senator scott wiener just introduced the legislation. >> justin andrews is live in san francisco breaking down the proposal that can get a lot of people talking. >> reporter: it would allow a 12-year-old, a minor, 12 years or older, to get this covid shot without their parents
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needing to sign off. this could be one that could be controversial. it is permissive though, not a mandate.. the senator said widespread misinformation has caused parents to deny their children access. there are about 1 million people between ages 12 and 17 who have not gotten the shot because their parents oppose or haven't taken them to get it. he argues california allows those 12 and up to get certain vaccines and treatments like hpv and hepatitis b vaccines without parents' consent and says this should be no different. he will be holding a press conference at 9:30. we'll certainly let you know what unfolds there. if you want to see golden state warriors play at the chase center, you are going to need a booster shot. >> joycelyn moran joins us with how long fans have to prepare
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for the new rules. i am sure some are scrambling. >> reporter: you've still got sometime. warriors are second in the western conference, klay thompson is back, an exciting time to see them play. you will want to make 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 older and those 12 to 15, you have a little bit more time. you have to show proof of boosters starting march 1. you have to be boosted at least one week before you attend an event at the chase center. this is from san francisco department of public health for mega events over 500 people. dr. rutherford with ucsf says it's the right move and some fans are on board with it. >> i think it is absolutely, positively something that you have to have to be protected. >> it's a sense of feeling
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protected and feeling like we're going to stop the spread of this virus. >> reporter: the warriors first home game after this rule goes into effect is february 3 against sacramento kings. if you are not boosted, warriors are holding events on january 25th and 29th. >> thanks. today nurses at daly city's ahmc 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 virtual event is scheduled for 5:30 this evening. it appears coronavirus cases in san francisco may have peaked. january 9, the seven day average was nearly 2100 a day. on the 12th cases dropped to a little more than 1,000 a day. on the other side of the spectrum, across the country nearly 2,000 people are still
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dying from covid every day. the city attorneys office in san francisco issuing a pair of subpoenas as it investigates possible rogue covid testing sites. they are demanding documents from two california based companies, community wellness america, and crest view clinical laboratory, after users expressed concerns. community wellness set up two free viintablin san francisco including this one in front of mission high school. public health officials shut the site down saying it was unauthorized and violated business codes. >> we are concerned about members of the public that may not be receiving test results that are valid. we don't know what is happening to the information that's being used. >> experts tell us any testing operation should be able to display what's called a valid clia, certificate of compliance. that means the laboratory doing the testing actually knows what
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it is doing. so far neither company has responded to repeated requests for comment on this. if you are looking for a covid test, vaccine, booster, visit our county by county resource guide on kpix.com. click the red banner at the top of the page. breaking news, meat loaf, the iconic singer known for hits like "i'll do anything for love" has died. according to his official facebook page, he died with his wife by his side. 1977 record "bat out of hell" was one of the best selling albums of all times. he did acting appearing in classic rocky horror picture show. no official word on how he died but tmz is reporting it was from covid. meat loaf was 74 years old. today, san jose investigators are expected to release new details into a deadly police shooting. a man suspected in a carjacking was killed after police say he crashed a stolen car and shot
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at police. this all unfolded on west heading street and park avenue wednesday. a police chopper first began following the suspect after a report of a stolen car. people in fremont are going to gather to remember a woman killed last weekend in new york city. 40-year-old michelle go grew up in fremont and was a graduate of ucla. saturday she was shoved in front of a subway train at the times square station in new york. a candle light event tonight on capitol avenue. search ongoing for a santa rosa woman more than a year after she disappeared. she was last seen january 11, 2021, and while hope of finding her alive has faded but her family members are determined to find out what happened to her including her former fiance. they shared a son. she was 28 years old and he says there is no way she would
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have deliberately missed some of the most important moments of their little boy's life. >> i knew after braden's birthday in october and then thanksgiving and especially with christmastime and that area, it kind of sealed the deal for me unfortunately. it's a pit in my stomach that i can't really describe. >> she suffered from men a health issues and addiction. the family has hired a private investigator to help santa rosa police search in hopes of finding closure. they're asking anyone with information to please come forward. nine minutes after 6:00. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, help on the way to prepare for and recover from wildfires in the golden state. amazon with a new venture. why the e commerce giant has a new kind of retailer in its sights. i am tracking gusty offshore wind.
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that should help clear the stagnant air. so better air quality today and for tomorrow. the bad news for allergy sufferers, all that wind will kick up the pollen. we are looking at a high pollen count today and tomorrow. we'll talk about the weekend forecast, talk about wind advisories, high wind warnings that are in effect, coming up. you will be dealing with wind on bay area bridges. a live look at the bay bridge toll new year, new start.
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happening today, vice president kamala harris is going to make a stop in southern california. she's set to announce that the state is going to get $600 million in federal funds to recover from and prepare for wildfires, that money coming from recently passed infrastructure bills. last year's wildfire season was
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among worse in california history scorching nearly 2.6 million acres. pge days from ending a five year felony probation over deadly san bruno explosion. yesterday a federal judge tore into the utility company saying pge has gone on a crime spree and will emerge from probation as, quote, a continuing menace to california. he is not mincing words. in an eight page report the u.s. district judge also wrote while on probation pge has had at least 31 wildfires burned nearly 1.5 million acres, 93,956 structures and killed 113 californians. the judge has over seen pge's probation since conviction for the 2010 pipeline explosion in san bruno. eight people were killed in the blast. probation term is set to expire on january 25. pge responding to the judge's
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harsh comments saying in part it has become a fundamentally safer company over the course of our probation. the utility also acknowledged it has more work to do. the czu lightning complex fires devastated much of the santa cruz mountains. that includes thousands of acres the red woods. now tens of thousands of seed links are being planted. 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 modern day johnny apple seed mission. >> you can see there is a red wood islet here and a red wood islet here. between the two red woods it is all ten oak which have kind of grown in and kept these different red wood groves separated from each other. it's harder for new red wood
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sprouts to come in. this is our chance to try and get it back to 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. the seed links are a year old and a typical worker can plant 100 to 200 a day. 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 is going to local agencies that provide water to 27 million people. that includes alameda and santa clara. it has enough to give districts 15% of what they requested. before recent rains, that number was 0%. working in the right direction there but just barely. 16 minutes after 6:00. no rain in the near future, mary has an eye on our
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forecast. what's it looking like? i wish i could tell you we have rain in sight but that is not coming any time soon. in fact tracking dry gusty offshore northerly winds today. a big difference with our weather today with the stronger winds kicking up, especially you will notice that in the afternoon. wind advisory for most of the bay area highlighted in gold and the wind advisory for most of the bay area, the reason why we'll see winds gusting 50 to possibly 55 miles per hour and it's really in the higher elevations where we will see those high winds. the east bay hills and north bay mountains, gusts 60 to 70 miles per hour. you can see the high wind warning highlighted in red for the north bay mountains. likely some power outages possible, downed trees. now is a good time to secure any loss outdoor objects that will likely blow around in the wind later today. current wind are not bad, calm
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to light conditions. again as we head through the afternoon, i will be watching winds kick up for us. temperatures, 40s concord, oakland, livermore, san jose, low 50s san francisco, a cold 35 degrees in santa rosa. now, not as foggy as yesterday morning but still dealing with patchy dense fog for parts of the north bay, down to near zero for petaluma, three quarters of a mile for santa rosa and also napa as we start our day. through the afternoon, plenty sunshine, warm temperatures and really tracking the winds. for the coast, and the bay, inland, we will be in the 60s this afternoon. satisfy are view, a strong pressure gradient setting up with that ridge of high pressure over the pacific and low pressure system over the great basin. we have the two features so close together, we have the strong winds, offshore winds. we had a lot of rain last month in december so not really looking at high fire danger but watching those winds this
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afternoon and into tonight. we'll see the strongest winds with this system and for tomorrow in the afternoon eventually we will see winds ease. temperatures again will be in the 60s, 65 for san francisco and oakland, 67 san jose, 64 concord. we are looking at mid 60s for the north bay in the napa valley. we are cheering on our 49ers taking on the packers at lambeau field, wind chills near zero but we are hoping for a big win with our 49ers. go niners. seven-day forecast for san francisco, oakland, san jose, sunny warm temperatures for the weekend ahead. inland east bay, north bay, coast, sunny and warm this weekend and staying dry as we look to next week. back to you. online retail giant amazon taking the old fashion approach to its newest venture. it is opening a brick and mortar clothing store in california. amazon style will feature shoes
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and accessories. a few will be on display. shoppers can scan a qr code to send testimony to a fitting room where they can use touch screen display to browse more options or request different sizes. the store is set to open later this year in los angeles. 6:20. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, a check of what's happening in the bay area and new sic d shows to entertain. this week's liam's list is coming up. here is a live look at the san mateo bridge. traffic is moving, a lot of people heading to work on this friday but everything looks like smooth sailing there. we'll be right back.
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welcome back. 6:24. time for your lunchtime forecast. are you ready for lunch? we are looking at sunshine and warm temperatures by your noon hour. for the coast, around the bay, inland into the low 60s but we will be watching winds pick up. we have wind advisories for most of the bay area today as well as high wind warnings for north bay mountains in the higher elevations. i will be tracking strong winds as we head through the day. it is friday and time to check out what is happening around the bay area this weekend. the latest in entertainment news. >> we are joined by kcbs' liam. what do you have for us this morning? good morning amazing anne and also amanda. tgif, lots going on. we will talk about art in a moment but first let's flick
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the switch for charlie. ♪ [ music ] ♪ >> i know ladies, you are dancing at the desk. the new sound from the pop sensation light switch from his new record. it will be out later this year, follow up to the 2018-grammy nominated voice note. charlie on his most personal album to date, i have noticed, heard a few songs, it does get personal. he recently teamed with elton john on album of collaborations. >> to art, san francisco's fort mason is hosting distanced of course, the host for the fog fair, platform for contemporary design and art that shifts and reveals through multiple forms and dimensions. a cool art show, the best of the bay. it includes panel discussions
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as well as those awesome art exhibitions. check the website for more. if you want protect my family, i won't protect yours. >> the multi emmy winning tv show ozark is back. the show's central family, bird family, came to the ozarks to get out of a jam when marty then was found to be skimming from the cartel for whom he laundered money. this is a gripping show, they're just rocking this. of course now they're wealthy casino owners, yes, as you do, and have more enemies and people on their back. it is such a great show, worth watching, gripping, uncomfortable viewing at its best, enjoy ozark on net flix. have a wonderful weekend. get out and support your restaurants. this weekend we are all about
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the 49ers. we are rooting for jimmy g. i know you will be watching but what will you be eating while you are watching the game? >> still figuring it out. looking up some recipes. >> good question. >> there you go. have a great weekend. full list at kpix.com. cheers and go niners. >> thanks for that. 6:27. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, new requirements to enter the country, new rules for nonu.s. travelers that start tomorrow. a quick check on the roads before break from the golden gate bridge. it is lookin
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for pfizer and moderna. that means three doses. for those who got johnson & johnson, two shots. city attorneys office issuing a pair of subpoenas as it investigates possible rogue covid testing sites. they're demanding documents from two california based companies, community wellness america and crest view clinical laboratories after users expressed concerns. neither company has responded to repeated requests for comment. good morning. thanks for joining us this friday january 21. i am anne makovec. >> i am amanda starrantino. let's get a check on weather with mary lee. we have some wind in the forecast today. we are going to notice that difference with the strong winds picking up for us especially as we head through the afternoon. wind advisories go into effect starting at 7:00 a.m. today for most of the bay area highlighted in gold. higher elevations will see the strongest winds with at least high wind warnings highlighted in red for north bay mountains.
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gusts for many of us 50 to 55 miles per hour and also looking at the higher elevations in the east bay hills and north bay mountains, gusts up to possibly 60 to 70 miles per hour. you will notice not as much fog as we start our day. you can see the golden gate bridge. temperatures are in the 30s, 40s, 50s though dealing with patchy fog for parts of the north bay as we start our day. through the afternoon, plenty sunshine, warm temperatures into the 60s. we will be watching strong winds for all of us as we head through the afternoon. i will have that weekend forecast coming up. to the nfl playoffs, tomorrow is going to be an epic game. 49ers facing packers in green bay. >> joycelyn moran is live in the newsroom. some faithful are making the trip to cheer on their team. these californians are going to the cold. that's right. some are going to be braving the cold. they're making their support for their team known.
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it starts at home. take a look at the video from yesterday. 49er fans giving the team a warm send off at levi stadium as they boarded buses to head to the airport. the faithful fan group were clearing from santa clara and they'll also be cheering in green bay hoping to take that home advantage from the packers. >> we're going with a group of i would say 20 i believe. we're going to be tailgating over there. it's going to be freezing. it's going to be cold. i have my boots, thermals. i will be probably five layers deep. >> 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. kick off is at 5:15 tomorrow
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night. back to you guys. >> sounds good. yes, you have the right idea. we'll watch from the comfort of our living room. meantime, a big question, could california let minors as young as 12 get the covid shot without parents' consent. >> state senator scott wiener is holding a press conference about his new legislation. justin andrews joins us. it seems controversial when dealing with parents and their kids. >> reporter: the bill, he introduced it yesterday. it is controversial. it is permissive and not a mandate but could certainly add a lot of back and forth when it comes to parents and other people who are questioning if this is even a thing. the state allows those 12 and older to get certain vaccines and treatments like hpv and hepatitis b vaccines without their parents' consent. the senator says this would be no different. he says widespread misinformation has caused parents to deny children access to life saving vaccinations.
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in the sf chronical he stated there are about 1 million young people between ages of 12 and 17 who have not gotten the vaccine because their parents either oppose it or they didn't take them to the clinic. speaking of other clinics i want to remind you on sunday children's discovery museum is turning into a vaccination clinic in san jose open on sunday for kids to get their covid shot. the legislature is overwhelmingly controlled by democrats and say are saying it could be hard for the senator to get this passed. new travel restrictions for nonu.s. travelers starting tomorrow, essential travelers crossing into u.s. by land or ferry must be fully vaccinated to enter. american citizens and permanent residents do not need to show proof if they're entering via land or ferry. covid tests are also not required. a live look at the state
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capitol where a plan to provide universal health coverage for californians has taken a key step forward. the bill would put everyone in california under the same insurer. the state. it would be paid through increased taxes. after pass ago key committee yesterday the full assembly will consider the measure nine days from now. a live look at the capital, senate committee voting for a tech major antitrust bill. the bipartisan bill targets tech giants like amazon, apple, google, facebook's meta and also platforms like tiktok. it would make it illegal for companies to favor their own products and services over competitors. apple and google couldn't rank theirs higher than others in
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app stores. they did express concern about targeting companies in their home state, apple and google warning it can protect the ability to protect customers' privacy and security. swrland hopes gotig continued p between russia and ukraine. >> i have been absolutely clear with president putin. he has no misunderstanding. if any assembled units move across ukrainian 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's threatened by aggression from the west and it is demanding security guarantees including a ban on ukraine joining nato, something the u.s. says it will never agree to. >> may seem like a distant regional dispute or another example of russian bullying. at stake again are principles
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that have made the world safer. >> the white house said an invasion would set off a domino effect of problems for russia. that includes possibly being cut off from global banking system as well as having critical ex ports blocked. 6:38. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn cobang go up why getting a used car is becoming more difficult. shooting scenes in space in front of a green screen might soon become a thing of the past. the plans for a film studio in zero gravity. >> that sounds so cool. i am tracking strong winds and as we head through the day, that should help clear the stagnant air. so better air quality today and for tomorrow but bad news for allergy sufferers. all that wind is going to kick up the pollen so we are looking at a high pollen count today
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and for tomorrow. we'll talk about wind advisories and high wind warnings in effect coming up. the market opened about ten minutes ago. let's take a quick check. dow is down in the red about 40 points at this time. diane king hall breaks down the numbers right after the break. first here is what's coming up on cbs mornings. ahead and only on cbs mornings hear from a woman who says facebook could have prevented her brother's murder. she's suing parent company meta and challenging a decades' old law that protects social media companies. how apple's air tag technology meant to track belongings is being used to track and stalk other people. all that and more at 7:00.
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time for your money watch report and a look at why nearly 9 million americans called out sick for work this month. diane king hall is joining us live from new york. good morning. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes and investors are selling off once again in early action. let's look at where the dow is. you see it is down 49 points right now. bulls tried to make a come back but bears floored this week. nasdaq is dropping down triple digits down 108, s&p 500 under pressure as well. there is a new term hitting the workforce. great american sick-out. as omicron variant rages nearly 9 million americans said they were not working because they had covid-19 or were taking care of someone who had it. that number is triple the amount from a year ago and surge in cases is taking a toll
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on a wide variety of industries from hospitals to airlines. amanda. >> thanks. meanwhile, a study shows americans getting pay checks can't keep up with inflation. anderson economic group compared average wage increases to price increases and found the average american would need to work three more weeks this year to afford a typical new car. peloton temporarily stopping production of products according to internal documents obtained in a cnbc report. the move comes as consumer demand dipped and the company looks to control costs. documents show peloton plans to pause bike production in february and march. ralph lauren revealing uniforms u.s. olympic athletes will wear for 2022 winter games in beijing. ralph lauren has been designing
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since 2008 and this includes a special fabric to expand to create insulation in colder temperatures. star wars in san jose where astronomers are battling a plan to put up digital billboards near the airport. they say the light will disturb their work. even the most sophisticated telescope is already losing its vision. >> fainter objects as background light goes up, we will be unable to make those detections. >> the airport says digital signs are a necessary revenue stream and are within rules set by city council. a hearing on the billboards is set for next wednesday. plans have been laid out for a new film studio that will get hollywood stars a lot closer to the actual stars. >> zero gravity production studio, here is a look. according to variety magazine space entertainmentent rise is behind the idea. the company wants the module to
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contain sports and entertainment arena as well as a content studio. the company is planning to build it by december 2024. i will believe it when i see it. >> it's a neat idea. 6:46. >> it is. but mark my words. >> i have a feeling mary will want to check it out. >> for sure. i would love to experience zero gravity. really cool. i am tracking the winds. this is our new black mountain camera, the gorgeous golden colors. check out how the camera is shaking in the wind. we will continue to watch winds pick up as we head through the day especially by this afternoon, all of us will be feeling the gusty offshore winds. i want to show you our temperatures. we are in the 30s, 40s, 50s. let's get to the wind advisories in effect for most of the bay area highlighted in gold, winds gusting as we head
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through today up to 50 to 55 miles per hour and high wind warnings in red for north bay mountains with winds gusting 60 to 70 miles per hour. advisories, high wind warning starting at 7:00 through at least tomorrow morning with possibility of downed trees and power lines. now is a good time to secure any loose outdoor objects that you might have because they will definitely be blowing around in the wind as we head through today. not as foggy as yesterday morning, not as extensive with the fog coverage but still looking at patchy dense fog for parts of the north bay with met lieu may near zero and a quarter mile for napa. today's forecast, patchy morning fog especially for parts of the north bay, windy conditions this afternoon and tonight. we are looking at sunny warm above average daytime high temperatures.
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satellite and radar view, the reason why we have that strong pressure gradient developing is because of this ridge of high pressure in the pacific and this low pressure system over great basin with weather features so close together we are looking at gusty offshore winds, those northerly winds. the good news, we did have all the rain last month in december and that's the reason why our fire danger is not high but it is still something we are watching as we head through this afternoon. the winds will be picking up, those winds out of the north, so looking at winds gusting up to 20 to 30 to 40 miles per hour. again, with that wind advisory, could see winds gusting up to 50 to 55, higher elevations, gusts up to 60 to 70 in the mountains. tomorrow we are looking at the winds easing by tomorrow afternoon but still windy especially in higher elevations tomorrow morning. today we are looking at highs generally in the 60s, above
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average 65 in san francisco and oakland, 67 for south bay and san jose, 64 concord, inland east bay, 66 in the north bay for napa valley. our snow report in tahoe, north star looking at sunny breezy conditions. and we are looking at sugar bowl sunshine in tahoe, great weather to hit the slopes in tahoe. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, winds will be easing as we look to our weekend. sunny, warm conditions, looking great for outdoor activities you might have. we will stay dry into next week for san francisco, oakland, san jose. inland east bay, h bay, coast, 60s with sunshine this weekend and looking at dry weather over the next several days into next week. the problem to a massive spike in thefts from california cargo trains. l.a. times spoke to former union
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pacific railroad employees who say the company has reduced private police force by more than half, the problem made worse by bottleneck at urban rail yards forcing trains to sit idle. governor newsom looking into how the railroad tracks turned into wild wild west of theft. thursday he got a first hand look at some debris from a looted cargo train in los angeles. the governor himself picked up discarded cardboard along the tracks in the lincoln heights area left from items like tvs and designer clothes. he announced a new task force with more money for patrols, investigation, and prosecution. >> it's not just arrest and walk away. you gotta do the work and then present the case and see folks prosecuted. >> we are going to have a special task force assigned with u.p., with local partners lapd and county sheriffs department, we will be patrolling working closely with that aspect of it on patrol.
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>> 18 members of congress sent a letter to attorney general merrick garland asking for federal help. they say train thefts are affecting supply chain across the country. san francisco's chinatown getting spruced up to usher in the lunar new year. they're steam cleaning and making pot hole repairs before the calendar flips next month to the year of the tiger. what better way to ring in a new year than with the ding of a famous san francisco cable car. this one is all decked out for the occasion. it will run for the next month. nine minutes before 7:00. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, going over parents' heads to vaccinate teenagers in california. the new bill from a local senator. when you will need to show proof of booster shots at chase center in the future. streaming today on cbsn bay
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area at 10:30 this morning, we will bring the live update from san jose police on wednesday night's deadly shoot out. plus the latest on airfares and i am pa account of 5g roll out on travelers. we sat down with peter greenberg. you can watch at kpix.com or the kpix app. we are also on the cbs news app. you can download it for free on your favorite streaming platforms. check out ryan yamamoto, our new anchor with elizabeth cook at our 5:00, 7:00, 11:00 p.m. newscasts. taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is a pretty light commute this friday morning. knock on wood
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i am justin andrews live in san francisco, minors might be able to get the covid shot if you live in california. parents, you won't be able to stop them. the bill was introduced yesterday and is brewing and could bring backlash. senator scott wiener introduced it. it could let 12 to 17-year-olds get the shot without parents' consent. it is permissive and not a mandate. california allows those 12 and up to consent to hpv and hepatitis b vaccines without senator says this is no differ widespread misinformation has caused many parents to deny access to the life saving vaccination. the senator will be holding a press conference at 9:30. though legislature is primarily democrat and could cause issues comes to getting this
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passed. we'll see what happens. i am joycelyn moran live in the newsroom. if you enjoy going to warrior games, pay attention. a new rule will go into effect february 1. you will need your booster shot to attend an event at the chase center. if you got pfizer or moderna, you have three doses. if you have johnson & johnson, two doses. this applies to those 16 and older. those 12 to 15 have more time. you have to show proof of boosters 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. we spoke to fans at the game last night. some are on board with it. the warriors are having a good season, second in the western conference, klay thompson is back. the warriors are having two events january 25th and 29th at
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thrive city. joycelyn moran, kpix5. >> thanks. i am tracking strong winds as we head through today, gusty offshore winds developing especially in the higher elevations. hills and munoz towns, gust up to 30 to 40 miles an hour. many of us, calm to light conditions but again as we head through the afternoon, you will feel those winds really kicking in. we have wind advisories for most of the bay area, gusts 50 to 55 miles per hour. that's highlighted in gold. we have a high wind warning for the area in red there for north bay mountains gusts of 60 to 70 miles per hour, this kicks into effect starting at 7:00 a.m. downed trees and power outages are a possibility. we'll see sunshine and warm temperatures in the 60s. again, tracking those winds and looking at calmer conditions for the weekend ahead with temperatures in the 60s.
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a frightened puppy who spent two months dodging rescuers on a hillside in eight shepherdx kefrr owneby traiin ber ensevel a teof volunteers to build a trap and set up cameras so they could track via. day and night the group worked to gain her trust. >> good samaritans, saints, just amazing individuals who don't know me, didn't know our dog. >> we both are standing there with our masks on crying just for joy. >> it was real rewarding doing that for that little dog. it just meant everything to us to help that little dog.
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>> glad she's home. >> so sweet. >> certainly. don't forget the news continues all day on cbsn bay area. >> cbs mornings is next. have a great day and happy friday to you. ♪ we this m gayleking. iondokoil. and irlon we're all here. let's go to today's eye opener. it's your world in 90 seconds. tensions reach a boiling point over the threat of a russian invasion of ukraine. how the u.s. is trying to stop a war. >> any, any assembled russian units move across the ukrainian border, that is an invasion. dr. anthony fauci says a covid vaccine for kids under 5
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could be available next month. >> all the way down toee

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