tv Today in the Bay NBC February 10, 2016 4:30am-5:01am PST
swooping in by helicopter in palalto. vectocontrolrews willtart sprayingarsh areafrom above today. the goal? to stem sweeping in by helicopter in palo alto, they will start sprague march areas from above. marsh areas from bov. bernie sanders and donald trump roll to huge victories in new hampshire and how they will affect the next primary. waters that trapped a local couple in a life or death situation. today in the bay starts right now. >> good wednesday morning. thank you for joining us. >> let's look at that forecast!
>> good morning. cool once again. another warm day as we go ahead this afternoon, highs reaching in the mid to upper 70s. as you step out, 46 degrees in the north bay and 70 degrees in san francisco in the east bay and 75 degrees in the tri-valley and south bay. i will let you know how long it lasts and any rain. >> it's exceptionally light as far as the chp report goes. no camera shakes and wind advisories and i will point out the speeds all over the bay. back to you. decision 2016, bernie sanders and donald trump enjoying victory this morning after a successful primary win.
that state is not known for electing presidents but eleva elevating candidates. >> as the pohl suggested, sanders won bid, from nearby vermont, got 60% of the votes to hillary clinton's 38%. >> we have sent the message that will echo from wall street to washington, from maine to california. that is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people. >> as for the republicans, it got kind of interesting on this side of things. ohio governor, john kasich had the best night of the race finishing second. ted cruz, jeb bush and marco b rubio all followed. >> we are going now to south carolina. we will win in south carolina. i love you all. thank you very much. thank you. >> next up for the republicans is south carolina.
the democrats head to nevada. those primaries are in 10 days. check out all our digital platforms for last night's primary including reaction from the candidates. just go to nbcbayarea.com. >> with warmer weather in come the mosquitoes. now, santa clara county is trying to combat the uptick as the world worries about the zika virus. good morning, kris. >> reporter: good morning to you. you will see a sign behind me showing helicopters will be flying over this marshy area trying to tap down production of a mosquito common to this marshy area. it's a little dark right now but it's 101 south of the palo alto airport south of the park.
they want to kill off the salt marsh mosquitoes. if you have ever been bit this is probably the mosquito that got you. recent rains allows the eggs to hatch sooner than usual and the virus and pregnant women and the agency said mosquitoes are short living in the environment. if you want to learn more about what type of insecticide that is, you can find that out about this time. this is likely something we will see more of as we head into the spring. in palo alto, kris sanchez. tragedy at sea. a man trying to save his wife drowned in pacifica. the man was waiting on the beach when a strong wave knocked her into the water. larry moore, her husband jumped
in to help her out and they were both interceptd out to sea and a nearby surfer risked his life to save her. >> got hold of her and we both tumbled in shore break and got sucked back out and tumbled again. >> incredibly courageous efforts. that surfer got the woman back to the shore. they then got the husband but it was too late. the woman was hospitalized and no word on her condition. >> you have the rip currents and you have to be careful. a lot of people heading to the coast. >> absolutely. we will continue to have this warmth over the next few days with a lack of rain and strong cold fronts moving through. we start with 53 degrees in oakland, low 40s.
and foster city, 74 degrees. financial districts today, up to 69 degrees. 71 in napa as well as oakland and pleasanton, we will have low 70s. there for the day and the next few day, i'll tell you what to expect as to valentine's day in a few minutes. an update to mike. >> you can see the light inside the tunnel. the light into the end of the tunnel. we're looking at the lights in san francisco and no delays, no big problems, just difficult overnight road crews and looks like it's cleared up in the commute direction and no problems coming over the summit. back to you. >> thank you. coming up next, a new man enters the fight over paid-per-view boxing, the reason small businesses now have a federal lawmaker in their corner.
my name is kieran griffin. i work here at five star auto care in rocklin california. a lot of thought was put into the change to solar and we couldn't have done it without pg&e. pg&e is very committed to clean energy. working with five star auto care we looked at how we could make their business more energy efficient and save them money in the long run. with solar we have saved about 85% on our energy cost. with this extreme drought we're using the savings from our solar system to save every last drop of water. if you are looking for ways to save energy, your first step is to call pg&e. together, we're building a better california. bay couple swindled their church out of millions. ==vo== federal prosecutors say a south bay couple swindled their church out of millions of
dollars. 60-year-old jonathan change and his wife are accused of stealing millions of dollars from the church and from a wealthy donor. he was in charge of finances and moved the money to a phony foundation he set up over a 12 year period. they are released on bond and both expected back in court tomorrow. an exclusive time to level the playing field, people say they have been taken advantage by a south bay company in the boxing business. >> now, they have muscle in their corner. liz. >> we first told you people are facing six figure lawsuits for showing boxing matches in their businesses they don't have the right to broadcast. a company owns the rights to many pay-per-view rights. business owners who fail to pay the company a fee for the programs are violating federal law. the problem is many people don't
know about the law and have never heard of j. & j. they say the company does little to inform businesses choosing instead to sue them when they make a mistake. the president of the company does not buy the ignorance mistake and is out to pirate the program. now, a congresswoman is out to change the law after bar owners in his district were sued and said they need to do a better job to educate business owners. you can watch it right now and click on the investigative tab. >> thank you. if you have a tip for our unit, call them at 1-888-996-tips and you can send them an e-mail to the unit. >> smile.
sweat eer streak. >> it looks like spring outside and we will continue to have more of this. yes, the streak continues as we take a live look at the bay bridge. we don't have much in the way of fog except for the north bay, patches of fog this morning. the 7-day forecast is coming up at the bottom of the screen. come over and take a look. we won't have as much a change in our temperature the next few days. it's 52 degrees in san francisco. in the north bay, 76 degrees as we get a closer look, low 40s in napa. 45 degrees in santa rosa, while nevada doe is 48 degrees. a few clouds in the mix. we had quite a bit of cloud cover, especially in the afternoon and wind coming in from the north at 5-10 miles an
hour. taking it hour by hour in san jose, more clouds lingering. we're rat at 66 degrees and 64 degrees at 11:00. we will have kaurm waves and still the risk of rip currents if you're planning to head to the beach. we have very warm temperatures and expect it to hit at 80 degrees at half moon bay. high in the low 70s heading to the weekend. the peninsula will be 60 degrees. friday and saturday looking nice and comfortable. heading into sunday, valentine's day, in the low 70s and we may see the temperatures ramping up once again the start of next week. let's get an update what's happening with the roads. a smooth drive, san jose
easy. easy drive. speeds at the limit all over the bay. we will show you east bay as well. no delays north towards high street where it meets with the bay bridge and merge on the overcrossing as well as the toll plaza. >> thank you very much. >> a cyber attack in the middle of tax season, thieves trying to steal information. >> and probably never having stolen anything in her life, go ahead, landon. >> i don't know what that means. a check of your markets, a bounce today after tuesday's wild sessions. futures higher this morning, dow traveling 1,000 points up and down, up and down to twists in oil prices. never up or down more than 100 points. it's at the lowest level in more than a year.
watching yellin testifying before congress today. here's what happens with the irs. it says identity thieves managed to breach computer systems in an attempt to get information used to steal refunds and they want to generate 10 numbers to file fraudulent returns and they said no personal information was disclosed by the computers. recalling cars that could explode with airbags with too much force. it affects models including c class, m class and slk. they say it is precautionary and no injuries have been reported. >> it is 4:48 right now.
peninsula city creating a safe zone for sales arranged on line. those in dadale daldale in the works since a daly city daly city say it is under 24 hour swains. it has been in the works since a resident was murdered while selling a sony playstation in san francisco back in 2013. a followup after discovers from cameras are decoys. we checked how many are fake. turns out 70% of cameras are not actually in use. barth say bart says it installed the dummy devices in january and never upgraded them. the issue came to light when a rider was shot and killed on a san francisco train. bart was unable to upload the images because it was fake and now they're spend k money to
upgrade. a prostitution sting. the fbi team upped with 30 law enforcement agencies around the bay area to crack down on sex traff trafficking. seven minors from 14 to 17 were arrested by authorities. more than a dozen pimps were arrested as well as prostitutes. spreading the wealth when it comes to the revenue boost. supervisor wanting to use the money to clean up the homeless and camping. and it would help displace some from super bowl city. it could be months before we know the full super bowl impact. coming up, a broncos super bowl trip became viral when he admitted to us he didn't tell his wife. his wife now knows. is he in the doghouse.
>> like 5,0$5,000 missing in th bank account. happening right now, the spin is on in the new hampshire primary. on our home page, five things to know about last night's primary and how it could affect the run for president. >> katie holmes channels her beyonce. and are you wondering when you can get your madison baumgardne bobblehead? check it out.
bea beaches. >> we have a lot of famous su surfers in the area this friday at half moon bay. because it looks like we will have long swells at highway. cool to start out in the morning. 52 degrees at noon, 60 degrees and 63 degrees in the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies. we have all the details on nbcbayarea.com. mike, what's happening on the roadw roadways? >> it's moving very well and you're expecting this traffic flow for a wednesday. no delays as far as roads go. into oakland minor delay coming out of the oakland stakes to keep the trains moving well and catching up what they had to let go for the super bowl weekend. and a 10 minute recovery and something a little bit late under maintenance. >> did you say super bowl
weekend? there's an old saying, all's well that ends well. >> a broncos fan reveals a little secret about his journey. super bowl 50. >> i spent 21,000 on the tickets. >> 21,0$21,000? i thought you said 21$2100? >> he was getting justin in hot water. he got himself in hot water. the video quickly went viral. he had to call his wife. his wife knew the ticket cost 44$4400 but didn't know there w a 35$3500 processing fee and he was covering the bill for three friends until they paid him back. >> i was a little frustrated at first but, you know, at the end of the day, we're in it together long haul. >> there's no doghouse, there's nothing. >> take that. >> justin says he ended up personally spend 8,0$8,000 on t
trip. his friends have all paid him back. that is a very loving understanding wife. >> it's like the bank of justice. a little misleading a guy shoves out 21,0$21,000. he was lending the money out. >> i know my guys. >> especially when your team wins. and frustrating when your phone number is off from a huge give away. >> chipotle offered free burritos this week and you had to text the word to a six digit number and turned touted be way too close to one phone number of a d.c. attorney. >> the attorney has received 400 missed texts, all saying rain check. he says he's trying hard to reply and at his wits end. chipotle is trying to take out some sting by giving him free kowps. he has .5oo burritos.
>> -- he has 300 burritos. >> lifetime burritos. a couple is dragged out to sea in a full-blown rescue operation, unable to save both of them. political mayhem after the election an why the outsiders are on the inside track this morning. another 70 plus day today. we look outside, the city still stirring and good news on the weather front. right back after this. a political earthquake.. that's
what analysts are saying as the latest primary results roll out.. with bernie sanders and donald trump coming out victorious in new hampshire. bob/live i want to thank you, we love you. >> donald trump and bernie sanders coming out victory in new hampshire. a daring water rescue of a woman struggling in the waters off pacifica pier, that story coming up. >> i'm live in san francisco's union square where the crime scene tape is gone but the search continues for the robbers after the latest grab and go
the thefts. starts in the bay right now. thanks for joining us. >> a busy start to your wednesday. before we get to the news, a quick check of the weather by meteorologist kari hall. she has more reports. >> beautiful weather in the afternoon. it would be nice to get some rain but this is what we have instead. it starts in the 40s and 50s, 50 degrees in san francisco. a little cooler than yesterday with a mixture of more clouds and sun and eastbound, tr bay a tri-valley. that's a look at what's coming up and a look at what's happening with b.a.r.t. here's mike. >> we just missed the train traveling so