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good morning, i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 5:00 on this thursday. and a developing story spanning two bay area cities as the search for a missing brisbane mother takes some very chilling turns. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live in brisbane with the very latest on the search for shelly titchener. >> reporter: here on san jose avenue in brisbane there are two memorials one in front of shelly titchener's home the other on a corner under a missing persons flyer. this morning neighbors are concerned about what happened to shelly especially after hearing her husband jumped off the bay bridge. 12 days ago shelly was reported missing leaving home without her medication or cell phone. then on sunday, a woman's torso not confirmed to be shelly's was found in a marsh near the dumbarton bridge. then tuesday shelly's husband paul jumped off the bay bridge to his death. a neighbor said how he was coping with the disappearance of his wife. it wasn't so much what he
said. it was just his emotion and he got teary-eyed that she was mentally ill and didn't have her medication about how much he loved her and the two sons were really worried about her, about the missing of their mother. >> although paul had not been named a suspect, he was a person of interest. neighbors are wondering how it's all connected. the torso found in fremont has yet to be identified as shelly's and she is still considered to be a missing person. jackie ward, kpix 5. breaking news out of l.a. county where crews are battling a large brush fire there. we have some live pictures of that fire. evacuations are under way in the malibu area where flames have burned at least 20 acres and more to come. among the evacuees, about 300 children attending two nearby camps. some of the homes evacuated, as well. the fire started at the pacific
coast highway and mulholland highways around 3 a.m. new details in the case of a bay area man accused of killing a car salesman in a test drive crash. ontario police now say alex demetro was driving with a suspended license tuesday when he allegedly crashed a corvette into a tree. the collision left the car salesman next to him dead. officers there also say demetro a union city resident was under the influence of prescription drugs. he hasn't been charged. protests planned later today after uc-berkeley administrators granted an appeal to a student convicted of rape. back in 2014, protestors celebrated when a panel found omar pedroza guilty of raping a fellow uc-berkeley student stephanie garcia. the university's vice chancellor granted him an appeal and a chance to return to campus. stephanie's supporters plan to protest the decision at sproul plaza. a counterprotest is also planned at noon in that same location. apple's ceo tim cook has 24
hours to comply with a federal judge's order to help the fbi hack into the phone of san bernardino killer syed farook. so far cook has been very clear he has no plans to comply. kpix 5 reporter kiet do is live near apple headquarters in cupertino with more on the showdown between sillicon valley and capitol hill. kiet reporter: apple is doubling down on its stance against the fbi. the big news this morning, the "new york times" is reporting apple engineers right now are working on developing a new security measure that would make it impossible to break into the iphone in the way that the federal government is ordering apple to do so. now, last week, a federal judge ordered apple to help carry out a so-called brute force attack on the iphone of san bernardino shooter syed farook. the government wants apple to write a new version of its operating system that would allow millions of pass codes to be entered in at once without the phone erasing itself. right now, all iphones allow the operating system to be upgraded without entering the pass code. it's a feature meant to make it
easier to repain malfunctioning -- repair malfunctioning phones. but if the apple engineers remove the feature, and they will, the government will have to issue a whole new round of court orders essentially sparking an arms race with the tech giant. when apple appeals the court order, sources say the company will argue that the american people through congress should decide this issue. >> what is at stake here is can the government compel apple to write software that we believe would make hundreds of millions of customers vulnerable around the world including the u.s.? >> it's a long-standing principle in our justice system that if an independent judge finds reason to believe that a certain item contains evidence of a crime, then that judge can authorize the government to conduct a limited search for that evidence. >> reporter: that was u.s. attorney general loretta lynch saying the government is not overstepping its bounds in this case. apple has until tomorrow to appeal the court order. we are live in cupertino.
kiet do, kpix 5. let's get a little traffic and weather on what looks like -- a frog in my throat -- another good day. >> keep your eyes on this side of the desk because on this side of the desk there's a lot of cooties this morning! she just asked me for aspirin! >> i have a headache. >> i know it. i feel for you guys. just stay on that side of the desk. [ laughter ] >> i just like the team work that you guys showed up to play today. >> going to get you sick too. >> no, no! [ laughter ] hi, everybody. look at this. it's our live hi-def doppler radar. no rain yet. right now clear skies over the bay, calm waters. temperatures into the 40s and 50s. look how mild it is in san francisco. 55 degrees going to a high of 70. clouds west of the bay area. our latest computer run indicates that that clouds, the
tail end of the area of low pressure could sideswipe the bay area on friday producing a good chance of some rain showers. so we'll talk about that coming up. but today, expect highs with the sunshine 70 to 76 degrees. gianna? >> thank you, roberta. we are going to jump over and get a live look at the golden gate bridge near vista point. traffic is cruising along no delays as you work your way across the bridge. things are quiet across the golden gate bridge out of marin county. the rest of our bay area bridges the same story. here's the bay bridge. there's a few more cars working their way westbound out of oakland into san francisco but overall it's an easy commute as you head across the span and no delays now on the san mateo bridge. dumbarton bridge also clear this morning. south- and northbound 880 between hayward and fremont so far traffic is light. clocking in at 65 miles per hour in some spots. just north of there, if you head along the nimitz freeway near the coliseum traffic is moving well into downtown oakland. we'll check san jose coming up
in just a bit. 5:06 times. tonight the five remaining republicans will get together for one more debate before next week's big super tuesday presidential primaries. many see the debate in houston as the last chance for marco rubio and ted cruz to slow the momentum of the front-runner, donald trump. the other candidates, john kasich and ben carson have been polling in single digits in most states. the obama administration is reportedly considering a republican as a nominee to replace the late supreme court justice antonin scalia. nevada governor brian sandoval is a former federal judge. could be a candidate. nomination of the republican could be seen as an attempt by president obama to break a senate republican blockade of any choice. new this morning, california water officials say they are able to double predicted water deliveries this year. last month the department of water resources thought it could only provide 15% of contracted amounts but it wound up receiving double that
amount. still, its director says there could be cutbacks depending on rain and snowfall. florida health officials say three pregnant women have tested positive for the zika virus in the sunshine state. all three cases are believed to be travel related. a total of 32 cases of zika have been reported in florida. it's been spreading through latin america and scientists are studying the virus' possible connection to babies born with small heads. a malaysian woman is suing malaysia airlines and the government for $7.6 million in damages over the loss of her husband. the woman's husband was on board flight 370 which disappeared in 2014. lawyers say more lawsuits are expected over the next few days ahead of a two-year filing deadline over air accidents set by a global aviation agreement. 5:08. u.s. attorney general loretta lynch has announced changes to the handle of inmates wanted for deportation. she says they will be turned
over to u.s. immigration authorities rather than local law enforcement agencies. the shooting death in san francisco put a spotlight on that issue. kate steinle was killed last year. the suspect juan francisco lopez-sanchez is an illegal immigrant and was in san francisco after police ignored a request from federal authorities to hold him for deportation proceedings. oakland city council memory rebecca kaplan is asking people not to leave unsecured guns in their vehicles. she cites the steinle and other shooting as cases involvement law enforcement guns stolen from cars. time now 5:09. it's a plan that would protect women under pressure to lose weight. next, a new bill introduced by bay area assemblyman that could shake up the world of modeling. >> i'm thinking of all the wonderful things i have for new sports. from scottsdale. >> and from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. not only are we going to track
rain and tell you about the chances of it interfering with your weekend, but we'll check in with our weather watcher and see what they have to say. >> if you are hitting the roads early this morning, you're in luck. no delays out of the south bay. a complete look at your roads coming right up. ,, ,,,,,,
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evacuations are under way ie we continue to follow breaking news out of l.a. county where crews are battling a brush fire. evacuations under way. this is in the malibu area where flames have burned at least 20 acres so far. they have a lot of work to do as you can see. among the evacuees, about 300 children attending two nearby camps in the area. fire began near the pacific coast and mulholland highways after 3 a.m. at least eight people are killed by a strong system moving from the gulf coast to the northeast. a virginia farming town was hit by a massive tornado. heavy rain made streets in new york and washington, dc tough to navigate. strong winds knocked out power in several northeast cities and many people are shaken up along the east coast but only lost property. >> we are thankful we lost no animals and nobody was hurt so that's the main thing. >> when the water gets this high, it's scary because your cars are here and you don't know what's going to happen. >> this same storm system
brought twisters to louisiana and mississippi on tuesday where at least three people died. small businesses affected by the canceled dungeness crab season will get relief. san mateo county and the u.s. small business administration are offering disaster assistance to local businesses. businesses that are eligible for aid include any small business that's dependent on the sale of crab including fishing gear, fuel, docks and boatyards. a new bill would make california the first state to require models to have doctors' notes to work. under the bill, modeling agencies would be licensed by the state and could be fined for hiring models who don't have a doctor saying they are healthy. it would also require periodic health checkups and nutritional counseling for models. a former model says she supports the bill. >> this is not just a, you know, an issue for models. this is an issue for society. if we can [ indiscernible ] the standards are within the
modeling industry, then this can in turn impact society in a better way. >> the bill also offers more protection from sexual harassment. but it still has to go through both houses and signed by governor brown before it becomes law. we are going to switch gears. time for baseball! spring training under way in arizona. >> yes. kpix 5's vern glenn is in arizona and today he gives us a look at this season's san francisco giants reporter: hey, good morning,everybody. greetings from scottsdale. it's another beautiful day at giants spring training, where one of the big story lines this season has been the acquisition of starters jeff samardzija and johnny cueto. >> i don't expect anyone to learn my last name like that. just to be able to pronounce it. >> reporter: samardzija, playing on his fourth team in three seasons is nicknamed the shark. with such a complicated last name he has gotten used to be called -- anything!
>> obviously people call my shark. that works. smardg because they don't want to say my last night. i turn my head because i'm so used to people butchering it. >> reporter: later this morning samardzija and giants pitchers will throw to pitchers the first time this spring. that's it from scottsdale. vern glenn kpix 5. >> i think vern is enjoying himself there. >> i think he is having fun. >> 82 degrees down there. >> that's great. >> samardzija, gianna. say that. >> samardzija. >> can you spell it? >> it's not easy to spell. can you believe baseball is almost here? six weeks until the a's open up at home on the 4th of april against the white sox. i'm looking forward to it. northbound 101 out of the south bay is fine. no troubles. speeds around 61 miles per hour. 65 miles per hour in some spots. also jumping over to 280 and 8 looks good as well we are not seeing any delays here.
in fact, checking our drive times northbound guadalupe parkway 85 to 101, that's an easy eight minutes. no delays along 280. let's check the roads near the candlestick area. if you are working your way 101 northbound to candlestick traffic is moving okay nicely along the peninsula. no delays there right now. 101 is clear in both directions. if you plan to take the san mateo bridge between 880 or 101 you won't have any troubles this morning. westbound in fact going from hayward over towards foster city that's 13 minutes right now for your drive time. 880 itself if you are heading southbound from 238 down to about hayward, into union city and fremont traffic is light right now. no delays on that northbound side. taking a look at traffic on the nimitz near the coliseum you can see traffic is clear northbound all the way into downtown oakland. 16 minutes heading to the maze and if you are heading out of the maze to the bay bridge, looks like we are seeing a few extra cars backing up a bit. no metering lights yet so pretty quiet. you will get through there no problems. that will probably change in the next few minutes.
and, of course, we have brake lights out of tracy this morning westbound 580 sluggish right around to north flynn then it eases up and looks okay at the dublin interchange. 680 so far, so good through the sunol grade and mass transit is on time. changes for ferries. maintenance for the tiburon-to- san francisco ferries, bus bridges in place. >> what time it? > weather watcher time! >> these are people with weather stations in our area. maybe you have one, as well. you could be a weather watcher. go to cbssf.com/weatherwatchers to enroll in the program. i check in with them in the morning see what they have to say in and around our area. and let me see, let's check in with this one right here. 47 degrees tim woods. he says it's 47 degrees and he also says once again going to be a great day. tim is the cheer reader of the weather watcher. 48 degrees steve in los altos.
barometer steady and at this particular time it's a couple of degrees warmer. so again our weather watcher i thank you so much for your support this morning. right now 55 san francisco, 51 san jose. it is a mild start. it's 45 in livermore and 24 hours ago, we were at 38 degrees. it will be warmer than yesterday when we topped out at 77 in gilroy. we have light rain on friday. if you have allergies, today will be an uncomfortable day again all the way through the weekend. so please be mindful of that out the door. meanwhile this is our futurecast. this is an area of low pressure getting closer and closer to the coast. i took a look at the latest computer model run and segued it all together so you can get a flavor of the day for your friday. onshore push then watch the green on the screen.
that's the frontal boundary. sure, it falls apart once it goes up against the north bay but it looks like it will be wet by the evening commute. nothing measurable except north of the golden gate bridge. heading to tahoe it won't affect the mountains for however friday our big getaway friday. you can see light rain by sunday. if you are heading to alpine meadows, partly cloudy today. grab the sunblock in kirkwood, as well. temperatures at the lake level in the 50s at the very tip-top where the mountains areas are where the treetops are temperatures in the 40s. have a great time there. 70s from our beaches today into our inland areas. bayside 75 degrees going with 78 degrees. that will be noted in throughout the gilroy and morgan hill areas. otherwise on friday, we cloud it up. over the weekend we begin to see another chance of rain on sunday, otherwise, boy, a string of unseasonably mild temperatures. make it a great day. it is 5:20. she says she was assaulted by a cop. the oakland woman claims the department then tried to cover
it up. a breakdown of what she says happened. coming up. >> i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the 49ers they make a decision on colin kaepernick. we'll tell you what that is and more than 20 lead changes in the warriors game last night. and you'll never guess who it came down to coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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and i'm michelle griego. a developing story spanning two bay area cities...as the search for a missing brisba mom... takes frightening tu kpix five's jackie ward is e in brisbane... with the latt on the search for shelly titchener. jackie? there's growing concern hern brisbane about the whereabos of shelly titchener and the well-being of the family, especially after learning a shelly's husband. the torso found in fremont s yet to be identified as she police are continuing to trt this as a missing persons ce until further notice. there's been an arrest in y arrest in yet another bay aa
missing persons case. 22 ye old stacey aguilar was lastn at a party in hayward last . yesterday, hayward police announced th made an arrest in the case. 23-year-old esmid pedraza -s in custody for her murder. this point, police aren't sg anything about how he's connected to stacey aguilarr a possible motive. her body was found saturday. the san jose woman had beent to death. witnesses reported seeing her leaving party with her boyfriend on february 13-th. pedraza is scheduled to be court on friday. we continue to follow this breaking news out of l-a county... where crews are battling a large brush fire. evacuations are under way ie malibu area... where flamese burned at least 20 acres. among the evacuees... about three-hundred kids, attending two nearby camps. the fire began near pacific coast and mulholland highwa, just after three this morni.
isis setting its sights on silicon valley heavyweights. this terrorist organization posted this video calling o facebooks mark zuckerberg a twitters jack dorsey. the representatives for the socl media sites recently met wi intelligence officials in washington about combatting online recruiting. facebook twitter have both began blog radical extremists from the site. experts say this is a direct response to the ch. researchers at george washin university ran a study and found that isis related accounts online have declined over time... thank administrators blocking sit. the clock is ticking for apple... they have one day before they have to comply a federal judge's order fort to help hack into the phonef one of the san bernardino gunmen. track the clock is ticking rapidly of one day for them to comply for -- with the federal judge for them to help hack into a phone for one of the san
bernardino gunman. more on that. good morning. >> reporter: apple hinted at with a call with investors and also a concern by the new york times that is in years a right now working on developing new security measure that would make it possible to break into the iphone in the way the federal government is ordering apple to do so . last week the federal judge ordered apple to help carry out the so called brute force attack on the iphone. right now all i phones allow the operator -- operating system to be upgraded up or down a feature to repair broken iphones.
all this is apple ceo tim cook talks on camera for the first time since this drama began. >> amid legal battle the federal government apple feels like it is winning in the court of public opinion. >> if we allow this to happen then we will lose everything from now on will be an open book to every government in the world world. >> federal judge ruled last week apple had to help the fbi unlock the iphone of farouq he's one of two terrorist suspects who killed 14 people during a shooting spree in san bernardino in december. >> we need to stand tall and stand tall on principle. >> in his first interview tim cook told the news the farouq case is about the phone but the future. >> what is at stake is can the government tell apple to write software that we believe would leave hundreds of millions of customers and vulnerable around
the world including the u.s. >> it's a deal sources say apple plans to argue through congress . before house committee wednesday loretta lynch maintained the government isn't overstepping its boundaries. >> it's long-standing principle in our justice system that is an independent judge finds reason to believe that a certain item contains evidence of a crime and that judge can authorize the government to conduct a limited search for that evidence. >> apple has until tomorrow to follow the appeal for that court order. another check on whether. >> rain chances for tomorrow increasing. better odds that we will see rain but it will be light rain at best. today the radar at this hour shows nothing. no need for the umbrella grab your sunglasses will have another day with a unseasonably
mild temperature. no reports of any local airport delays look how mild it is in san francisco. 55 degrees. it's 45 now in livermore were 24 hours ago we were at 38 degrees. it's not as chilly this morning heading out. it will be warmer today at the beaches. sixtys and 70s. the eastern portion of the bay area ten mile-per-hour winds temperatures in the 70. san raphael in the low 70s. seventy-four in windsor rain and will track together coming up 42 hours. the good news for traffic center no accidents right now the bad news is the slowing go conditions at the bridge this
morning. a backup at the emeryville and the flow and go want to hit the toll plaza there. a bit of away heading into sentences go this morning may be back up to west grand morning not quite to the means. getting busy this morning. westbound 580 ends up being slow as you head north and then you'll see slow and go conditions again once you at 680 making the connection of the dublin interchange. highwood were back up to antioch and also busy on pittsburgh. a bay area woman accused in oakland officer of assault and his department of a cover-up. mrs. cortez this is an off-duty officer tried to force his way into her home december 7th last year . she and her husband said they threatened to call 911. then the couple claimed another officer in their yard pointed a firearm at them. soon cortez says the off-duty officer grabbed her tightly and
that they fell to the ground. the man was taken into custody that night cortez this is the police pressured her to change her story. >> the whole time i felt re- victimized i felt that they wanted me to change my story they kept asking me over and over again are you sure this is how it happened. are you sure. >> the cortez's are considered filing suit against the department. for off-duty officers are unpaid leave. oakland pd says they are carry out internal investigation. secret service agents rated three spots in the east bay yesterday. part of a year-long investigation to catch people making phony hundred dollar bills . the secret service told us the case involved $5 billion. much of it used here in the bay area. at least one man was arrested. former senator leland will spend the next five years
behind bars in his role in a political corruption scandal . the federal federal judge handed down the sentence yesterday after he admitted to accepting bribes and helping to plot an international arms deal. stop he has 30 days to turn himself in . his fellow conspirator kim jackson and former president of the san francisco school board is also making state charges of bribery . the charges involved two of the majors fundraisers . mayor ed lee says he has no knowledge of funneling fbi money into his campaign. his legal team requested malignancy considering his long time work in the community and his wife's illness. cover boards getting harder to find these days . walmart one of several companies pulling the product after safety warnings. >> reporter: new oil numbers show a decline in production and a possible rise in demand.
the nasdaq finished up 39 . walmart has pulled cover boards from it's website . the move comes following government warning the devices pose a fire risk . walmart will ask suppliers to apply -- comply with new safety standards. a career older surveys finds more than five human resources give women raises less often than women. a self driving car. uber is planning to build custom roads in pittsburgh and breakdown on a new research center . the goal is to study the impact of technology and transportation in cities.
jcpenney will soon start selling some merchandise for literally a penny . the retailers unveiling a new slogan called get your pennies worth pick up any sales will involve house and grounds like arizona. this is the chain's latest effort to turn around inclining sales. it is 5:42 it's back. franklin will move into the bay today were you can check out this super ship. let's take a live look out at i 880 this is in oakland and traffic is looking so bad. will be right back. ,,
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area, to investigate. gunn high school in palo als at the center of the investigation... the schools one of the best in the coun a former s a rash of teen in suicides in palo alto, gunn high school at the center of the investigation. the school is one of the best in the country. a former student told kpix 5 that she had left the school because the pressure to succeed was too much to handle. >> everyone is so driven to succeed and everyone just wants to do a good job because all the students care about learning and it gets to such a point where everyone is just going full force. >> the district says the investigation will include informal meetings with students, school faculty, parents, teachers and counselors. it will not touch on personal stories. the cdc will be on the ground here until monday. the drinking fountains at healdsburg elementary school are shut off this morning after tests showed high levels of lead in the water. for now, school officials are
giving out bottled water on campus. there are no reports of lead poisoning. county health department is doing some further testing. largest container ship the new states is returning to the port of oakland this morning. there it is! the benjamin franklin more than 1300 feet long and as wide as i football field. this will be its second visit to oakland. the ship's first stop was on new year's eve. it's expected to arrive in oakland from long beach tomorrow. it's going to head back out of port and head north for seattle and it's quite the sight. >> it is. it's always fun to watch it come in. >> how long is it again? >> it's longer than the empire state building. >> 1,454. >> bingo! [ laughter ] >> wow. >> showing off! enough of roberta! come on. how many cars are out on the highway? [ laughter ] [ overlapping speakers ] the transamerica pyramid and the golden gate bridge --
nevermind! >> let's jump over to 80 right now. you can see traffic westbound is slow-and-go. the metering lights are on at the bay bridge so that means it is backed up almost a parking lot at this point. slow out of berkeley along that eastshore freeway ride. not quite to the maze but that will happen in the next couple of minutes. the metering lights were turned on around 5:32 so slow out of oakland into san francisco. 21 minutes for your drive time from the carquinez bridge. we got a lot of brake lights heading out of the tracy this morning. super commuters making that trek this morning. no accidents westbound know, stalled vehicles just a busy ride with "super commuters" heading to grant line north flynn. gets better but you have pockets of slowing again towards the dublin interchange. i am seeing some flashing lights there. that just popped up right now. so we'll look into that. maybe that's causing a backup as you make that change over to 680. look out for brake lights westbound highway 4 through antioch. sluggish conditions there. got a bit of a break and looks
slow-and-go once you get through the pittsburg area. paths there, though, you're okay headed towards the eastshore freeway. stop-and-go northbound out of san jose on capitol expressway at least to 880. past there, though, you are clear towards the peninsula. clear skies today, hopefully. here's roberta. >> clear skies and that's why we can see the tip-top of the bay bridge which stands 525 feet tall from the water. good morning, everyone. we have current air temperatures. it is more mild this morning than 24 hours ago when it was 38 degrees at this hour in livermore. we are now at 45. we are at 51 in san jose. in the mid-50s in san francisco. visibility unlimited. blue skies, temperatures a good 14 degrees above average. we have light rain now in the forecast for your friday. hopefully that's going to settle the pollen, alder, ash and juniper and on medium to high side. lots of sneezing and wheezing going on. an area of low pressure pressing up against the pacific
northwest allowing the jet stream to sag south. this is interesting. watch -- you can play along at home, take a look at the clock. we see that we begin to fill in with the clouds with the return of the onshore flow. about this time tomorrow morning. and then look to the north. that's the frontal boundary area as it bangs up against the north portion of the bay area it begins to fall apart very quickly by 3 p.m. then it sweeps into the central bay during the evening compute and then goes south. now, as far as rainfall amounts are concerned, it's going to be very anemic. anywhere from .01" of rain in san jose to about, oh, .13" in the santa rosa area but we'll take whatever we can get. 50 degrees in the greater lake tahoe area today currently in the low 20s. enjoy your available daylight today. 70 in pacifica. 75 degrees in oakland. mid-70s peninsula. low 70s to the east and 73 to the north in santa rosa. here's your extended forecast. numbers come down with increasing clouds on friday. then very light rain or
drizzle. it will be partly sunny on saturday and then clouding up on sunday with yet another chance of north bay showers and then the string of sunshiny days will resume on monday through wednesday. make it a great thursday. time now is 5:50. dozens wait to see it every year. the fire fall in yosemite national park. but only a few will actually capture the magic on camera. we try ourselves next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. are you waking up your eyes itchy,sneezing and wheeze something? it could be the pollen. we have the alder, ash and juniper counts medium to high side today. we'll continue to update your pollen report as the news continues. >> reporter: 880 now traffic is starting to slow down on that southbound side coming away from 238 as you make that trek into hayward. down to about union city. across the san mateo bridge, though, traffic is free-flowing between hayward and foster city. bay area prince fans are ready to party when they learned he was heading to oakland but many were crushed when ticketmaster malfunctioned. ♪[ music ] people rushed to ticketmaster when sales started at noon yesterday but website glitches prevented many from buying tickets. within seconds the show sold out. and we learned people who tried secondhand sites faced another dilemma along with ticket
prices in the thousands, the venue requires the original ticket buyer to attend with credit card in hand. >> you got a ticket, michelle would love to hear from you. >> true. photographers are flocking to yosemite national park to capture a natural wonder, the "firefall." the flow of waterfall and the angle of the setting sun have to be just right to create images like that. >> it's my 13th time. >> you have to have clear skies in the last 10 minutes of sunset. >> the phenomenon attracts tons of photographers to yosemite all hoping to get that perfect shot. it will only be possible though for a couple more days. it's time to revive the debate over what's better, daylight saving time or standard time. state assemblyman chu of san jose has introduced a bill that would get rid of daylight saving time in california. chu refers to research that shows negative effects of
moving clocks ahead one hour. they include an increase this is workplace accidents. in the meantime, get ready for standard time to end, clocks must be moved ahead march 13. a bald eag thal escaped from a palo alto museum could be at risk if it doesn't return home. it escaped on monday. it's not the first time the eagle has flown away from the palo alto junior museum and zoo but employees say her paralyzed tail and difficulty catching food means she could starve after a few days. so they are tracking her through a radio receiver and they know where she is and hope she returns soon. >> there are times where she is out, i don't know where she is, and i want answers. >> like a parent. >> see there years ago sequoia wandered the peninsula for several days before returning in pretty rough shape to the palo alto museum. it is 5:55. outrage at a bay area university as the administration considers reversing its decision to ban an alleged rapist from campus.
the corner of the street where they live. their growing corner and confusion about what happened to shelly especially after hearing her husband jumped off the bay bridge. she left home without her medication and cell phone on sunday a woman's torso not confirmed to be shelly's was found in a marsh near the dumbarton bridge. then tuesday her husband paul jumped off the bay bridge to his death. a neighbor who had spoken to paul recently told us how he was coping with the disappearance of his wife. >> it wasn't so much what he said, it was just his emotion and got teary-eyed and was mentally ill and didn't have her medication but how much he loved her and the two sons were really worried about her, about the missing mother. >> reporter: although paul had not been named a suspect he was a person of interest. some neighbors are now questioning how everything has happened in the last couple of weeks is connected if at all so again the torso found in fr