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anxious. the crumbling cliffs, will they hold up in the storming weather ahead. >> we begin with chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. >> much anticipated after that super dry february. you can see back here behind me, it mainly just cloud cover for 90% of the bay area. this is quickly approaching those of you in santa rosia the highway 101 corridor. we expect some of the heavier rainfall to make it here. for the greater north bay, it looks like this rainfall will continue through 1:00 in the morning and gradually pushing through the bay area when a lot of us are sleeping. we'll track your thursday morning commute, plus four-day
rain totals we haven't seen like this in weeks. >> not everyone will be welcoming in this rain. crews are standing by in pacifica for what could be a long few days. home literally on the verge of slipping away. terry, what kind of damage are we expecting there? >> for the people living closest to the waters the heavy rains and high surf will probably translate and less coastline. >> he lives here in pacifica. >> i've got 20 bags of sand. >> he showed us the most recent sinkhole on the promenade by his house. >> there. see that little patch they put on there. >> the city says all member and the geo consultant are on call.
>> yes, i am rethinking the longevity in which i would like to stay in this place. >> this woman is out with had dog, lola. this is just down the street from where a disintegratiing cliff. >> i'm in the back of the apartment. i don't have the best view. so that will give me time in an earthquake or a slide to get out. >> the ocean takes what it takes and that's all there is to it. >> the waves here at pacifica pier usually look pretty wild. this weekend saturday and sunday, they're going to be definitely wild, 10 to 15 feet. live in pacifica, nbc bay area news. >> the roads are dry for now but the morning commute could be
wet. stay on top of the traffic and weather with mike inouye. you can track the rain 24/7 in realtime. and track the radar on our nbc bay area app. new tonight fed up with the red tape. the santa clara county sheriff takes matters into her own hands, making a costco run and buying security cameras with her own credit card. she said she couldn't wait anymore and there's a little bit of a publicity stunt, too. >> reporter: six months after an inmate died here. still no additional security cameras. and she's fed up when she heard it would take two additional
years, she was fed up and so she went shopping. >> the sheriff has been asking for more cameras since the beating death of an inmate. three officers on trial for the beatings. when she was told it would take two years and $20 million to add cameras to the jail. we finally got their work year, we knew we needed an interim system. she said she asked which cameras to buy, went to costco and paid for a system. cameras won't be pointed at cells and don't record audio but
they will store video for 30 days and for the first time record what's happening inside inmate modules. it. >> if there's an allegation against a deputy, we can look at the tape. >> under arrest for alleged child abuse, this baby-sitter, who police say advertised her services or the popular baby-sitter sight. police say the investigation is ongoing. >> two new developments in the case of shelly tichenor, the missing woman from brisbane.
a fingerprint to her. >> tonight the police are tracking the couple's final movement before shelly's death. investigators are getting search warrants to check their phones and checking credit card and bank statements. they're even checking license plate, anything to point them in the right direction. >> we want to know what happened to shelly tichenor. if they be anything what once again to see if anyone saw chely in remember final days. >> thank you, ian pap car set on fire and a disturbing message on a front love. it happened in el cerrito. last tuesday a couple awoke to
find car "found october front lawn." police are asking any neighbors with surveillance cameras to come forward. >> we're looking to see if we can track how the suspect got to the scene of the crime. even if the footage doesn't know what to see, so far no arrests have been made. >> the zika virus has hit home and is now here in the bay area. >> there a no evidence of logal trans -- loctransmission.
>> mike flofan is astudent who thin thinks. >> so what do you say to reassure a taxpayer that all mistakes didn't happen like this along the rest of the project? >> that's a valid concern one would raise. >> coming up, where the materials are stalled and what to to in a disaster. >> and we're waiting for another
cast iron. there are key differences to how these two materials last and how they respond in an earthquake. >> crews broke ground 2 n 2012. a source close to the project's construction contacted the investigative unit saying he's concerned about a major mistake at the new bart station. he asked not to be identified for fear of losing his job. he said crews mistakenly installed the wrong type of sewage pipe under the terminal, cast iron instead of pvc. we saw red tape blocking the work area. records show work stopped in this area for 70 days as it was decided what to do about the
error. we learned project leaders would remove it where possible. now 1,400 feet around in this area. >> it is going to take time but it will fail. >> he went to new zealand after a 6.3 raek devastated the city of christ church in 2011in an. he said cast iron failed across the think citi because it's too brittle. >> using a pvc is a proven
engineering damages. >> in this article published, researchers said the earthquake demonstrated the superior performance of pvc pipe adding that -- what's more, bart's standards for its station call for plastic pipe because they won't corrode, unlike cast iron. the investigative unit. >> it should be fixed. we. >> it's staying where my pipe you -- we sat down with the
subcontractor. >> did the contractor just misinterpret the specs specs? >> we felt it was a misinterpretation. >> does the contractor agree with bpa that is was their fault? >> i think they greed agreed and they could have restored that this could have been caught by wasn't. >> jah, that's fair to say. he said the contractor conducted and paid for a study that con chewed emotion won't be an issue in this case. he's confident that replacing the pipes is not necessary. >> is this pipe as good as what you originally called for? >> in this case it is as good,
yes. >> no concern about trojanan? >> none. >> what do you say to reassure taxpayers that other mistakes didn't happen along the rest of the project? >> sure. it's a valid concern one would raise. >> there's a rebust -- if. >> if there's any type of failure of that system, you have dea deteriorating effects. >> i think they should do the right thing, acknowledge their error and operate like responsible people. and repair it. now as opposed to. >> the contractor believed they
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into next week, we could have possibly 2 to maybe 3 feet of snow. through tomorrow, scattered rainfall coming our way with that storm system. >> nice spring skiing is what they're calling for. >> we want to show you scott kelly arriving about 15 minutes ago in houston. a remotional reunion, hugging his family and girl friend and kids. >> that's going to do it for us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- tina fey, rachel maddow,