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on a beautiful morning, february 16th. hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. a san francisco tourist spot known for stunning views is making headlines for violent crime. a man suspected of a triple shooting is now under arrest. jackie ward has the latest on the case and the recent crime wave. so this is where friends and family are remembering the two men from santa rosa who were killed sunday morning. and they set up a memorial before police announced they had caught a suspect. police say they caught a suspect who they believe to be the suspected killer at a gas station in richmond. they also focused on this home which may be where the suspect was living. police believe the suspected killer is off the street, but the issue of a lack of police is still out there. >> they are focused on violent crime. and we need to do more with
respect to all crime, including property crimes and we need more police officers. we're very understaffed with police. >> reporter: twin peaks is known to attract a lot of tourists, but also car thieves. police announced on twitter they caught the suspect and did not release a name. jackie ward, kpix 5 news. and an attorney is missing. the wife of 56-year-old steven mitchell reported him missing saturday night. and his car was found in bodega bay. but there was nothing suspicious. crews searched for several hours and didn't find him. a bay area spike in teen suicides has caught the attention of the feds. researchers will arrive later
today to investigate the startling data. good morning. it will be a five member team from the cdc. they will hit the ground running. they are experts in suicide prevention. and the goal is to prevent suicides in santa clara county. county officials have done a lot of data gathering. the county averages 20 suicides per year. the cdc will track trends and come up with a recommendations for suicide prevention. palo alto is offering more counseling and they've installed fencing around caltrains tracks, and starting school later so kids can get more sleep. >> a colossal wound has come through the community.
and the fault line is still there and active. and the cdc will be here for two weeks. and when they're done they'll issue a preliminary report and a more detailed one in the next couple of months. 5:03. and let's get a check on the weather and traffic. and very warm. >> it's just not right. >> i love it. >> what's wrong with me. >> >> did el niño go away? >> no, we'll see the return of rain beginning tomorrow. and then i'm banking on a rainy month of march even though the computer models are beginning to back off just a little bit. >> here's what you need to know. the forecast high temperatures, at least 16 degrees above average in san francisco. look at san jose which had a record high yesterday. nearly a half dozen records yesterday. today very similar conditions.
look at the 81-degree reading in palo alto. and we're talking east of the bay, numbers in the mid-and high 70s. a few 80s. antioch, 79 degrees. and discovery bay in the low 80s. and north of the golden gate bridge with an offshore wind up to 15. 70s and mid-70s settling in around the san rafael area. and i'm going to time the rain and tell you when you'll need the umbrella. that's coming up next time around. we're going to jump to 580 towards 680. a report of an accident over to the right shoulder. it may slow you down towards the dublin interchange. we are seeing delays east of there out of tracy. pretty typical westbound 580. bart is on time. so is ace. caltrain has delays and muni
looks good. clearing an accident southbound 101 at embarcadero. they should have it wrapped up in the next few minutes. and an accident west 80 at american canyon road. it's waiting on a tow truck. and towards the richmond san rafael bridge, very quiet conditions and traffic looks good towards the toll plaza. no delays on the northbound side of 101. westbound 92 that's the san mateo bridge, no delays between 880 and 101. so an easy ride between hayward and foster city. with a void to fill in the supreme court. some with pitching a name that resonates in the bay area. it's camala harris. >> she's someone whose name was obvious to come up. she's electable and
appointable. >> tony brass is a former u.s. attorney who worked for harris in the district attorney's office. and he warns that the nomination is tricky because she's running for the senate. and her campaign is hosting a meet and greet in san jose. it's the 8th stop on the tour. presidential politics on the back burner in washington, d.c. right now because all eyes are on the supreme court vacancy. >> and for insight on who might take the spot we turn to our washington insider. >> good morning, michelle. >> lots of names have been tossed around. does anyone appear to have the inside track. >> the assumption that the republicans will reject or not even bother to have hearings on whoever obama nominates.
that leads to two types of nominees. one would be so widely acceptable that the republicans would look foolish. and the one name that keeps coming up. is srinivasan. indian american, regarded widely as brilliant. and most importantly. just approved for lower court judgeship by a 97-0 vote. republicans already said this guy as the credentials. the other possibility would be somebody who would fire up the democratic base. the name in washington that's mentioned the most is loretta lynch, the attorney general. you heard that harris is a possibility. somebody who would fire up the democratic base if republicans just balked on it. i can tell you this. the president is not home.
he's in california talking with asian leaders. the senate is on recess. so pundits have been talking breathlessly about this. but there are no leaks and right flow it's still conjecture. supreme court vacancies are contentious. and this one is generating a lot of attention and probably has a lot to do with the election. >> that's only part of it. you have a divided supreme court right and left. the most vocal conservatively is dead and has vacated the seat. and a liberal president constitutionally has the right to name the replacement. and it's an election year. if you were going to write a novel about a supreme court nomination, this is what would be happening. >> thank you, mark. it's 5:08. new this morning. word from the white house that
president obama will make his first visit to vietnam in may. he met with vietnam's prime minister at a southeast asian summit in california. the president's vietnam visit will be part of a trip to the region for the group of seven summit in japan. food stamp recipients will get healthier choices later today. the government will require retailers to stock a wider variety of healthy foods. and the agriculture department will provide a list of 168 items that fall in that category. the new rules will not dictate what food stamp recipients actually buy. and a new app can monitor earthquake activity. the university of california and deutsche telecom are building the network. the ultimate goal is to use the data to reduce the effects of
earthquakes. alameda city leaders will vote on a plan on rent hikes. they would be prohibited from raising rents more than once a year. and they'd have to pay moving costs under some conditions. the grammy highlights are just ahead. singing in the rain. when to expect the raindrops and we'll check in with our weather watchers. and traffic off to a good start. no delays at the bay bridge. a full look at the roadways coming right up. could be you've got the wrong bed. enter sleep number... she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. you can both adjust the bed for the best sleep of your life. only at a sleep number store. right now save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed.
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kendrick lamar and ed sheeren. >> reporter: taylor swift opened the grammy awards and ruled the show, winning the top prize. her 1989 earned the album of the year. she urged young women to not let naysayerings get in the way. >> you focus on the work and don't let people side track you. >> reporter: you can't read braille. >> stevie wonder announced -- and megan trainer couldn't hold back tears. >> and my mom and dad for always believing in me. >> reporter: this year's grammys stirred up a lot of emotions. and others used the mike to make a statement.
kendrick lamar sent a powerful message. and tributes honored maurice white, glenn frey and b.b. king. ♪ this is ground control -- >> and lady gaga brought the late david bowie's work back to life. >> that was such an amazing performance by lady gaga. there was a lot of buzz about adele's performance. she tweeted out that during the show, the piano mike fell on the piano strings and it made her performance sound out of tune. and then she tweeted out because of the mishap she was going to treat herself to an in and out burger. >> she deserves that in and out burger. >> reporter: she does, michelle.
>> i felt bad for her because everyone was so. >> are you kidding me? but i'm sure the burger helped. >> any other mishaps behind the scenes we don't know about? >> it was a very interesting year. rihanna was supposed to perform and she's suffering from bronchitis. and then the academy said lauryn hill was slated to do a duet with the weekend. and he went on solo because she apparently arrived late to the venue. and the show went on without her. but lauryn hill says she never confirmed she was going to perform. >> that would have been good. >> you never know. >> all right. thanks so much. let's kick it over to traffic. >> i loved stevie wonder's performance. i thought the a cappella was beautiful.
there's a couple of things brewing but no injury accidents. right as you work your way through the benicia. but it's not causing any major delays south 680 at 780. and one lane is blocked. we are seeing a bit of a backup typical this time of the morning. and 21 minutes, we did have the accident at the dublin interchange. and a lot of the delays are east of there. as you head out of tracy, westbound 580, you'll see a lot of delays. and a lot of red. speeds under 25 miles per hour. and speeds slow as you hit the top of the altamont pass. and san jose looks really good. no delays. traffic is clear out of the south bay. quad lupe parkway not seeing
any problems . a first look at the nimitz freeway. a few brake lights around hayward as you head to san lorenzo or union city. overall, traffic is moving okay. and not a bad ride if you plan on heading to foster city. a 14-minute ride between 880 and 101. golden gate bridge no troubles and traffic is clear. that will take 14 minutes. looks beautiful across the span. and we've had beautiful weather. >> gorgeous, stellar, the visibility unlimited and the air quality has been good due to an offshore wind. right now we're taking a look at the temperatures. 55degrees. thank you so much. one of my favorite weather watchers. she does say that windows are open. and a beautiful day is about to
unfold. let's check it out right now. looking out to the bay bridge. look at the water. and it's calm. outside the gate, 20 to 60 nautical miles. and on shore numbers are in the 40s and 50s. a little bit cooler this morning than 24 hours ago. the pollen report suggests that the pollen that you need to know about is the alder, the birch, and the cherry blossoms. we'll have one more day of numbers averaging a good 20 degrees above where we should be this time of year. the rain will return tomorrow all the way through thursday. this is the satellite and radar. and we see the clouds stacked up against the pacific northwest. and going to erode the huge ridge of high pressure. after remaining 2 1/2 to three weeks on the drive side. look at the clouds on the increase. this time tomorrow morning, a splash and dash shower north of santa rosa. otherwise, we're talking about
everybody getting wet in the afternoon and evening commute. thursday a secondary system comes in. and by the time that moves out by friday morning, we'll have up to 3/4 of an inch of rain to the north. and a half to the south. and 3/10s to the east. and san francisco with a hefty 4/10 of an inch of rain. warmer in san francisco than in fresno today. 55 in the greater lake tahoe area. our numbers 70s and low 80s. and offshore wind of 15 miles per hour occurring the afternoon. and breezy compared to yesterday. we have rain returning to the bay area tomorrow and thursday. and dry skies on friday through monday. i keep looking at the long range computer models and it's looking wet for march. starting to back off just a little bit. i'm going to do homework and check on that. >> i'm going to get a feather
good morning, everyone. a little over a week ago vaughn taylor arrived at pebble beach as the at for the pro am. and he left with his first win in almost 11 years. he started a seven under, 65 in sunday's final round and won when phil mickelson missed a 5- footer that would have forced a playoff. and mickelson goes down. and taylor wins the at&t pro am. >> i was first alternate at the deadline. and you know, i'm standing here now. and i can't believe it. this place has been good to me. i played well here last year. and just fed off of that. and it's just been a great week. thank you, phil.
>> what a great four days of golf for the at&t pro am. pablo sandoval had a rough first week. >> as a red sox fan will you please take back pablo. >> he did not answer the question. pitchers and catchers showing up to scottsdale where the giants and a's get ready to set up the 2016 season. see you tonight. play of the day, blackhawks failing to clear the puck in the maple leaf state.
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between donald trump and ted cruz. one more day of record warmth in the bay area and i'll tell you when to expect the rain to return. and here we got at the bay bridge. it's tuesday february 16th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. suicide is a serious problem that's alarmed even the feds. a group from the cdc will begin an investigation later today. kiet do, good morning. >> reporter: this is a five member team and they have a lot of experience in this particular line of work. and they can do it in a fraction of the time it would take other agencies. they are experts in suicide prevention. and the goal is to prevent
suicides in santa clara county. they've done a lot of data gathering, and the county averages 20 suicides per year of young people up to age 24. they'll track trends and come up with recommendations. palo alto has been grappling with the problem by offering counseling, installing fencing around caltrain tracks, and starting school later so kids can get more sleep. this video was posted on youtube. she was tired of seeing classmates taking their lives. >> we love our moms and we love our dads. but calm down. we'll do just fine even though we got a b minus on the test. >> reporter: they'll issue a preliminary report and a more details report in the next
couple of months. live in palo alto. kiet do, kpix 5. police believe this instagram picture is the last known shot of john beck who has been missing for a week. the search is focused near the coastal trail. he was due for an payment in oakland. and he owes the feds more than $100 million for an infomercial scam. and his daughter says her father had a lot to live for. >> of course it's a factor. but he has so much love in his life. >> beck's family insists he is not hiding from law enforcement. the sum he owes is $113 million. a tourist spot known for beautiful views is making headlines for violent crimes. a man suspected of a triple shooting at twin peaks is in police custody. jackie ward is live at the top of twin peaks with the latest on the case and the recent
crime wave. >> reporter: here at twin peaks is where friends and family are remembering the two men who were killed from santa rosa early sunday morning here at twin peaks. the memorial was set up even before police announced they had caught the suspect. police cornered who they believe is the suspect at the gas station on san pablo avenue in richmond last night. and the police department focused on this home which may be where the suspect was living. police believe the suspected killer is off the streets. but the issue of lack of police is still out there. >> we don't have enough police officers. we need more police. we need more police on patrol. and we have some serious public safety challenges that we're trying to address. >> reporter: twin peaks is known to attract a lot of tourists, and also car thieves. break-ins happen frequently here. when police announced that they had the suspected killer, they only did it by twitter and did
not release a name. from twin peaks, jackie ward, kpix 5. a close knit sky diving community is mourning the loss of a sky diver. there was a midair malfunction. something went terribly wrong with the parachute as he was jumping. he was an experienced sky diver and photographer. they believe he packed his own parachute on that day and the faa is investigating. we'll get another check on weather and traffic. >> all right. let's kick it off with roberta. you're doing a little work, huh? >> i left my remote in the audio booth. that's okay. i can describe it all and i'll switch the maps myself. >> if you wondered about the clicker. that's how i switch my maps and
i left it in my radio booth right now. this is what to anticipate. it will be day two or more record high temperatures in the bay area. right now visibility is unlimited and the sky is clear. and we're taking a look at the temperatures in and around our micro climates. in the 40s and 50s. it's 58 degrees in san francisco. thank you, claudia for helping me out. let's take a look at the records. you have to go way back to 1930 when we had a record in san francisco. and also 78 in san jose. so today we're anticipating at least tying or shattering that. yesterday we had half a dozen record high temperatures, including san francisco. today, 70s at the beaches, and 70s and 80s across the peninsula. and east of the bay, the numbers averaging 16 and 18 degrees above where we should be. and 70s coming to the north. and rain and when to expect it coming up at 48 minutes after
the hour. let's jump to the freeways. the bay bridge metering lights are on. and traffic is stacked up out of the maze. and we have a problem on the upper deck of the bay bridge. there's a broken down big rig westbound past the tunnel in the middle lane of traffic. delays are building. and here's a look at conditions. and traffic is moving okay through there. and we have a trouble spot for the we are getting reports that the tiburon san francisco ferry service will be suspended for two weeks for inspection and maintenance and repairs to a floating dock in tiburon. there's bus service in place. plan for that. politically charged messages taking center stage on music's biggest night. >> betty yu shows us the surprises and flops at the grammys. ♪ [ music ] >> the set began with kendrick
lamar in handcuffs with chains around his ankles. and then he unleashed full throttle. >> the rapper has emerged as the voice of the black lives matter movement. >> a lot of energy and a lot of representation. and where i come from. >> those behind the scenes promised it was going to be emotional. >> we live in challenging times and i think people are going to be very proud of the music and the statements that are being made tonight. >> the way social media and the world is we don't have enough platforms to celebrate our music culture. >> but perhaps the biggest controversy was adele. hello? where did the audio go. the broadcast feed went silent for a few seconds and her performance seemed off. ♪ [ music ]
>> the night featured tributes to the late david bowie, the eagles' glenn frey, blues great b.b. king, and to maurice white of earth, wind, and fire. wonder took the opportunity to speak up for the disabled. >> we need to make every single thing accessible to every single person. >> taylor swift took a swipe at the haters. >> people will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. >> and queen bee, beyonce, made a statement at the end of the show, perhaps addressing those critical of her super bowl performance. >> art is the celebration of culture through self- compression. it can impact people in a variety of ways for different
reasons at different times. camala harris' name has surfaced for a possible replacement to antonin scalia. >> her name was obvious to come up. she's electable and appointable. >> he worked for harris in the district attorney's office and warps that the nomination is made tricky because she's running for a senate seat. a familiar face joined a presidential candidate on the campaign trail days before the critical south carolina primary. it was a bush family affair yesterday. former president george w. bush spoke at a rally for his younger brother jeb. front rupper donald trump escalated his war of words.
>> ted cruz is the most dishonest guy. i think he's an unstable person. >> trump is angrily lashing out with name calling and false hoods. >> and cruz was born in canada to an american mother. polls show trump remains in the lead in south carolina. wages are up 2.5% from last year. and college grads are enjoying a considerable median income. >> jill schlesinger is here. you're walking in to the boss' officer. what do you need to know? >> don't walk in just yet. you have to have a game plan. you're not earning a raise just because you hung around for a long time. you have to show your value and how you make a difference to your company. career experts advise a three
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suggest a range. hey, boss. in my industry, in our industry, we seek salaries of 75 to $90,000. researchers say it's really amazing. ranges frequently lead to higher salaries for a simple reason. the employer doesn't want to go below or at the bottom end of the range. the key is setting fairly ambitious numbers at the bottom. and don't make the range too wide. most successful range offers remain within 20% of one another. and i'm just saying if you're in a certain kind of industry like broadcast television. you don't necessarily walk in this second. be aware of your circumstances. >> darn, jill. we were going in after the show. >> i like the rehearse thing. you only have one performance. so when you go in you better make it count.
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learned the rise of ride-shg companies... could have plaa big part. s jumped 11-point- car sales saw a big boost last year in the bay area. and the rise of ride sharing companies could have played a big part. new car sales jumped 11% last year. that number is twice the national average. some car salespeople told us the increase in drivers working for companies like uber and lyft sparked the boost. and others said things are just looking up for bay area residents. >> the stock market was great last year and people in the bay area have money to spend.
2 million cars left the lots last year. and this year is expected to be just as good for the industry. and rough roads in san jose will get help. the city has been given $24 million for street repairs. most of the funding comes from taxes, grant, and car registration. >> we need $100 million every year to maintain our system in good condition. and only $24 million doesn't get us close to that. >> but it will help. the money will repair about 80 miles of road in the city. muni riders could face more lenient fines if they refuse to give up their bus seats to the elderly or disabled. they'll vote on whether to slash the fines for youth down to $56. right now the fees are up to
$380 if they don't give up their seats. adults pay $112. gianna, you're saying today is slow. >> it's slow at the bay bridge. metering lights are on. and we have this stalled big rig on the upper deck of the bay bridge. and they got it out quickly. a little sluggish on the approaches. elsewhere, that big rig is cleared and once you get past that you're looking okay into san francisco. taking a look at the benicia bridge, getting word of an accident. it's in the clearing stages and over to the center divide. and we're seeing slight slowing. a little sluggish. and a little bit of activity. how about slow and go conditions on the altamont pass. tracy all the way to the top of
the pass. and an accident -- 26 minutes westbound 580. no troubles on the nimitz. and traffic is clear northbound. southbound you'll see a few brake lights past 238. heading into hayward it's slow. and seeing delays in fremont. and the san mateo bridge, no problems. traffic is good between 880 and 101. and the northbound 101 just before 286 we're seeing slow and go speeds through san jose. and the drive time 14 minutes to 237. and 280 itself looks good. i stole it. oh, yes, i did. i stole your traffic camera. at the golden gate bridge. there's a reason. i wanted to take a look at the flag. we have a strong northeast wind at this time.
it's an offshore wind and the temperature in san francisco as a result -- 58 degrees. the winds are calm and it's now in the 40s in livermore and santa rosa. pollen report, another day with sneezing and wheezing. and we have the counts on the medium to high side when the rain returns to the bay area. rain returns tomorrow. and one more day of near and record warm temperatures. yesterday we had five record highs going all the way back to 1916. so it doesn't get this warm this time of the year very often. and now we have the erosion. and an area of low pressure -- this is our future cast. here we are this afternoon. clear skies, very similar to yesterday. clouds increase and a smattering of hours knot of santa rosa. the front makes for a wet evening commute. a bit of a break and a
secondary system for thursday. and by the time it clears we're talking about 3/4 of an inch in the ukiah area. 3/10 to 4/10. and just slightly over 4/10 of an inch of rain. mid-50s in the high sierra and they need snow. going to get it tomorrow. up to 20 degrees above average. and 70s and 80s. if outside number will be 82 or 83. and otherwise, rain wednesday thursday, and dry as we slide into the weekend. but wintry mix. >> it's been nasty across the country. nitis weather and communities in the south recovering from severe storms. this is alabama and debris all over a fire station after an apparent tornado hit johnsonville. and dash cam shows a twister
through a florida town. a storm did major damage. and one alabama man describes the wild storm he had to face. >> we got in the house and covered up. and heard all the rumble. and just like that it was all gone. >> came and went. and in baltimore, this ambulance flipped over as it was responding to a call. everyone inside did survive. and flooding fears across the northeast as the weather is expected to get very warm after the sub zero weekend. time now is 5:51. crab fishermen given the go ahead to open the season on friday. and some are staying not so fast. we'll explain next. ,,,,
♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ officially open on friday. t some fishermen are saying..t so fast." crab caught in the bay area been deemed safe. but in tate, there crab season supposed to officially open on friday but some fishermen are saying not so fast. crab caught in the bay area has been deemed safe. some crabbers want to wait for the all safe everywhere. >> i would like to see the state closed until the whole state is clean. it would be the chipotle situation all over again. >> the crabbers will meet with the department of fish and wildlife about the concern. the season has already been
delayed three months. >> >> a suspension of the ferry service between tiburon and san francisco. the operators need time for inspection, maintenance, and repairs to the floating dock on the marin side. the midday and weekend service will be suspended completely. a bay area city is expected to vote on a dispute on services like air b and b. some homeowners have complained about traffic and strangers in the neighborhood. regulations would limit stays under 30 days. comcast service is back to normal. and the damage will linger awhile. many customers took to twitter to express their frustrations with the tv and internet provider. one company spokesman tweeted the problems were with
transmission lines. no specifics were offered about how many customers lost service. police catch the suspected killer they believe killed two men from santa rosa and seriously injured another. we're live from the murder scene with the latest. i'm kiet do and we're live in palo alto where a special team from the cdc arrives today to help out with suicide prevention. protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day. staples. make more happen. choose, choose, choose. but at bedtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number, and the ultimate sleep number event, going on now. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store. right now find our
live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, february 16th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. it's nearly 6:00 on this tuesday. san francisco's twin peaks offers breathtaking views and now the tourist spot has been plagued by a crime wave. a man suspect odd after triple shooting has been arrested. and jackie ward is live with
the very latest on the case and the string of repeat crimes as well. jackie-- >> reporter: this is where family and friends are remembering the two men from santa rosa killed early sunday morning. and a memorial has been set up at the murder scene before police announced they caught the suspect. police cornered who they believe is the suspect in richmond last night at a gas station. and they focused on this home which may be where the suspect was living. police believe the suspected killer is off the streets but the issue of a lack of police is still out there. >> the police are focused on violent crime and we need to do more with respect to all crime including property crimes and we need more police officers. we're very understaffed with police. >> twin peaks is known to attract a lot of tourists and also car thieves. break-ins happen regularly. and when police announced that they h