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a homicide investigation. se to right now at 11:00, from a missing persons case to a homicide investigation, a bay area family still holding out hope that a mother of two is alive. thank you for joining us. i am peggy bunker. >> i am terry mcsweeney. tonight, her family speaking out about the investigation. we are live with new details. marianne, the family not happy
with the police department? >> that is true, terry. tonight we spoke with her stepfather and he told us he is frustrated because he says hayward police asked the family not to search for stacy, so now he is asking the fbi for help. 22-year-old aguilar was last seen leaving a party in hayward, and witnesses say she left around 1:00 sunday morning with our boyfriend and her family reported her missing on monday and now police say she is dead, the victim of a homicide. >> as a result of our investigation we developed information and evidence that she is possibly the victim of a homicide. >> police have not found her body and made no arrests, and stacy's stepfather spoke to us on the phone and police requested her boyfriend and let him go, and he told us, i don't know why they let him go, and that's why we are mad. he said they are frustrated the
police asked the family not to search for stacy. he told us police are not letting us do anything. police say they believe stacy was killed in hayward and planned to ask for the public's help finding her at a later time. >> we don't have a body that makes it more complex, and the other part is we don't have anybody in the custody for the homicide. >> stacy has a 7-year-old son that lives with stacy's mother in mexico, and her stepfather says since her disappearance, somebody has been using stacy's credit cards and he told us we just want our daughter back. >> reporter: we reached out to hayward police tonight who told us there is nothing new to report about this case at this time. reporting live in hayward, marianne favro, nbc news. we are following breaking news out of michigan where at least five people are dead after an apparent random shooting spree. among the dead, an 8-year-old
boy and his father, and a total of nine people shot and survivors are in critical or serious condition. police arrested a white man in his 50s and say they are confident he is the gunman. the weapon reportedly found in his vehicle. the motive not clear but we know the women was the first victim, shot four times in an apartment complex parking lot and a few hours later three people shot at a car dealership, and the last shooting at a cracker barrel restaurant. a showdown with many twists and turns, and the race for the white house is getting more heated with one candidate, jeb bush, calling it quits after a disappointing finish. >> but the people of iowa and new hampshire and south carolina have spoken and i respect their decision, so tonight i am suspending my campaign. >> the former florida governor finished in fourth place, and he
was emotional as he made the announcement, but there was no compassion from donald trump who won in south carolina. >> as people drop out, i will get a lot of votes also, so you just don't add them together. so i think we are going to do very, very well. >> this is donald trump's second win after a win in new hampshire and it was a fairly close race coming down to the top three candidates. trump took the win with 33% of the vote, and marco rubio was in second, but barely, and he edged out ted cruz who had 23% of the vote. on the democratic side, hillary clinton gaining new confidence after barely edging out bernie sanders in the critical state of nevada. >> i'm on my way to texas and bill is on his way to colorado and the fight goes on, the future that we want is within our grasp.
thank you all and god bless you. >> came down to the finish line. clinton with 53% of the vote and sanders with 47%, and hillary gave her victory speech at the casino in las vegas. and republicans will be in nevada next week for a caucus there and the democrats will be in south carolina for their primary. fire in the hole! fire in the hole! >> the all clear has been called in srau lay yo tonight after a bomb squad detonated an explosive device. a woman spotted the pipe bomb across the street from the county courthouse and next to the mayor's law office. bomb experts safely detonated the device and experts investigating who could have made and planted that bomb. a gun is missing and there's
concern it could fall into the wrong hands. an i.c.e. agent left his gun on top of his car and took off and it fell off. an nbc bay area investigation uncovered in the bay area six law local agencies have a total of six handguns that cannot be accounted for. the bill introduced in the state senate last month would require all gun owners left in a vehicle in a locked container out of sight. major overall after looking at problems inside the santa clara jails. a story we have been following for months now, and reported problems came after the death of
tyree. among the findings, tales of inmates being locked up in solitary confinement, and withholding medicine or medical attention for inmates in need and the group said problems exist across the entire system. they want a revamping of leadership, and a change in how the jail operates, and the groups would like to see the creation of an independent oversight monitor, and not associated with the jail or sheriff. and no decision has been made yet. our investigative unit is looking into problems at santa clara jails across the county and they uncovered issues dating back to 2010 and you can watch the investigation wednesday night at 11:00.
getting a getaway in powering rain, and two hit-and-run suspects in petaluma. the man and woman caused a multicrash on friday morning and this happened at petaluma boulevard. the suspects ran away from the crash before police arrived. officer say the woman may go by the name of josephina. if anybody recognizes these suspects, please pick up the phone and give the police a call. and then the annual chinese new year's parade, a tradition that has been around for more than a century, and looks like today's party could have been the biggest one yet. >> i am sure a lot of people heard the fire crackers. >> reporter: after the parade ended we could hear fireworks going on in the city. for many families this is a tradition, they come out year after year, and they come out early. >> the sidewalks were lined
several people deep early for the colorful parade this evening, and he has never seen it. >> it was really cool. >> reporter: what was your favorite thing so far? >> the dragon. >> they came from reno to see the chinese new year's parade? >> i have been here once before and it was raining that time, though, but my trip with my grandson is a lifetime trip, so we're enjoying it tremendously here in san francisco, tremendously. >> reporter: the fireworks in the background and the parade moved from market to union street and finally around columbus and kearney, and it's a tradition that dates back more than 100 years. >> we have been coming here eight plus years now and it was an annual tradition with my daughter. >> children, politicians, huge crowds. it's the lunar year of the monkey and the night to
celebrate. >> it's just fun to see. it's great, really. >> reporter: organizers say the festival and parade are one of the largest of its kind pf reporting live in san francisco, christie smith, nbc area news. coming up next, a protest. why thousands across the country took to the streets. renters may never be able to go back home. a fire gutted this building last year and there's a problem that has kept people from returning. a live look outside at the bay bridge, looking so fine. and a quick look at the forecast. >> seeing clear skies right now towards san francisco, but as we head towards tomorrow morning, be prepared for a chilly start. 30 to low 40s with patchy fog. coming up, we will talk about a chance of breaking records in the forecast, not for rainfall but for temperatures. we'll look at that when we come right back. remembering what some called a
for stice antonin sllia was hel remembering what some called a judicial giant, the funeral for antonin scalia was held today. several thousand people attended the service in washington. his son was a catholic priest, part of the notably large scalia family. >> he was the father that god gave us for the great adventure of family life. sure, he forgot our names at times or mixed them up, but there are nine of us. >> that's right, nine scalia children, five sons and four daughters, and his fellow
justice, thomas, read from scripture. the president and first lady paid their respect yesterday. scalia died one week ago today in texas, and now the debate continues into whether or not president obama should appoint scalia's successor or whether that duty should fall to the next commander and chief. hope is fading for many san francisco ten tkupbdz, and it has been more than a year since this fire happened, and now it's ordered to be demolished. in the past year the building has taken a lot of wear and tear and inspectors say the only option now is demolition to mak it earthquake safe, and rebuilt buildings are not subject to rent control and this place
tenants are not guaranteed a right to return and this is following a pattern of kicking out long-time residents. >> after the fire there was no -- there was no steps by the property owner to protect the building from the elements and we had an incredibly rainy winter and that building was out there in the elements, and of course now, there are structural issues and no way to repair the units. >> more than 60 people were displaced by that fire and many had been getting help with temporary housing and supervisors say they are working on a solution so the former tenants can return. and then demanding justice for a former nypd officer. >> demonstrators chanted and carried signs in support of peter lang who they believe is a
scapegoat for police brutality. he accidentally opened fire while opening a stairwell floor, and the bullet killed a man that was one floor below. he was found guilty of second degree manslaughter. today's protest in san francisco was one of dozens that took place across the country, including a massive march in new york. appearing is gaining support in its fight against support, and the tech giant is being ordered by a judge to help federal agents hack into a terrorists' iphone. there was a rally outside of the flagship store in san francisco. and the group is planning similar rallies in several cities, and demonstrators say they stand behind apple's refusal to create a backdoor into the iphone of one of the san bernardino killers. the fbi is now taking apple to court arguing the company is blocking their investigation
into a known terrorist. >> rob was talking about the guilty pleasure that we will have an opportunity to take advantage of with the nice warm temperatures coming, and rain is just out of our grasp. >> for this time of year, a dry-looking forward moving forward and it will still feel like winter outside for the morning hours. 51 degrees and mainly cloud free into san francisco,nd chilly there in the tri-valley, and san jose, 54 degrees. fog free for the morning and 45 degrees, and we are watching the valleys and around the south bay for tomorrow morning, numbers in the upper 30s to low to mid-40s, so a cool start to the morning. and then out towards solano county to about 2:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, could see patches of fog and could even set up in the santa clara valley for tomorrow morning. 40s through about 8:00, and then
by noon, low to mid-60s and temperatures climbing into the upper 60s, and then showing where the temperatures will be headed next for places like san jose could be closing in on records by tuesday, mid-70s around downtown, but south of downtown san jose, we are talking highs close to 80, and by tuesday, even san francisco tomorrow, looking at the mid-60s, as we are headed towards tuesday, low 70s and trending cooler as you approach friday. north bay, patchy fog and mid-60s around the treu valley and locations near dublin seeing a stretch of 70-degree weather right there, tuesday, slight drop into wednesday, but the average high is only 63 degrees. pretty close to the highs we had today and again for tomorrow. the first half of the week starts with a warmup as high pressure strengthened it will divert the storms off north. next week, we will get cooling
temperatures but in terms of rainfall, not a lot out there, probably a quarter inch of rain through next saturday, and then the forecast looks cooler temperature wise. saturday, over the next seven days, probably your best bet for seeing rain. long-range, once we get out of next weekend, storms starting to stack up here to the west we hope as we get out of a dry finish to february. march looks different. long-range forecast expecting to see storms, and a above average chance of storms. back to you. >> the good news is, it's leap year so we get an extra day in february. it was a rough night in portland. >> got killed. >> full highlights on the game coming up. >> the oakland a's reporting to spring training and here why bob
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hey, guys. fallon smith here. tonight the defending champs bounced back, but it was ugly down the stretch. warriors facing the clippers at staples center, second night of a back to back. the stars were out in hollywood, of course. second quarter, and watch out, big man. up 13. fourth quarter, warriors up again. and from downtown, steph curry, loving it. curry misses, but no worries, wow, the putback jam. l.a. had a furious come back, a 13-0 run with the reserves, but
the warriors held on 115-113. the a's kicking offspring training in arizona. the first day is making sure the guys are healthy and pumped up for 2016. >> bringing in guys like hendrix, and from the left side we feel like that was the major concern we tried to shorup, and when you bring in a guy like khris davis and the power he brings along, we feel like we are in better shape than last year. >> over in scottsdale with the giants, matt cain, here is he and see if he is focusing on anything different this spring? >> not anything specific, but everything is early in spring and trying to get a good foundation, working the outside corner, and tweaking it out a little bit and fine-tuning the
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>> live on the fox business network, it's the sixth republican debate. [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, and welcome back. i'm fox business rock star neil cavuto. >> and i'm maria bartiromo. a reminder -- we've lost a few competitors since the last debate, with only seven joining us tonight, so remember, candidates, if at any time
tonight your poll numbers drop below 3%, you will hear a ud gong then be escorted off the stage like showtime at the apollo. at which point you'll take a seat in the audience next to that sweet rose of the carolinas, senator lindsey graham. the next question is for our front runner, donald trump. >> thank you, maria tony romo. >> mr. trump, since the last debate, ted cruz has pulled ahead of you in iowa. is it true you've started attacking him because you see him as a threat? >> frankly, maria, i'm glad everyone is talking about my good friend, rafael edwardo cruz. people are coming up to me all the time saying, "donald, ted cruz was born in canada. he can't be president. his campaign is illegal." their words, not mine. >> donald, this debate about
natural born citizenship is just political nonsense. clearly i'm not canadian. canadians are well-liked. i am not. canadians are rugged and outdoorsy, where i, myself, am mostly made of pudding. canadians are genuine and warm, whereas when i smile, it looks like i'm peeing. >> all right, governor christie, if i ask you a question, do you promise not to turn your answer into a tirade against president obama? >> i promise. >> how would you change the tax code? >> barack obama is the worst president in history! and when chris christie is president, the first thing we will do is kick your rear end out of the white house, buddy! >> well, whoever is elected president, obama will be required to leave. it will be the end of his term. >> uh, yeah, 'cause i'm gonna send him packing, so... >> he'll already have packed and left because his term will be over.
>> yeah, well... [ chuckles ] >> this next question is for jeb. >> it is? >> wait, i'm sorry. no, i'm wrong. it says ted. ted cruz. >> awwww. >> mr. cruz, you suggested mr. trump embodies new york values. could you explain what you mean by that? >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. and frankly, they are not the rest of the country's values. instead of celebrating christmas, new yorkers celebrate a pagan holiday called festivus. instead of watching american football, they challenge each other to masturbation contests. in new york, people don't say hi to their neighbors. they say, "hello, newman." >> sounds like you're describing the tv show "seinfeld." is that what you mean by new york values? >> believe me, if i could say "liberal jews," i would. >> dr. carson, you've said we're