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we begin with that breaking news in brussels where explosions at an airport in a metro station have killed at least 26 people. they happened about an hour apart this morning. for now, flights into and out of brussels airport have been canceled. all public transit in brussels is all shut down. reporter don champion shows us how the terrifying events unfolded. reporter: moments after the deadly explosion, people could be seen running through a smoky hall inside brussels airport. at least two explosions one reportedly carried out by a suicide attacker rocked the departure hall just after 8:00 in the morning local time. >> several exits closed down, all the luggage stays here. >> reporter: afterwards airport workers led passengers to the tarmac outside the airport. >> walked through a mess, a load of stuff, glass, smoke, water dripping from the ceiling. we had to walk through puddles and we were evacuated. >> reporter: a short time later
explosions were reported at a metro train station in brussels. belgium's prime minister said what the country feared the most had happened. the attacks which appear to be coordinated, happened days after the high-profile arrest of terror suspect salah abdeslam in brussels. >> this particular attack i believe was something that they had in train, something they had worked out, that they accelerated given the arrest of salah abdeslam last friday. he was probably aware of this. they were probably concerned that he was going to talk to authorities. and they moved this up. >> reporter: >> reporter: abdeslam a prime suspect in the deadly terror attacks in paris had been on the run since november. don champion, cbs news. ro. >> we turn to kpix 5's jackie ward live at sfo. what's the security like right now there? >> reporter: here at sfo international terminal actually the same as it is every other day. the people you can see behind me getting in and out of cars
are most likely heading to seattle, long beach or las vegas. the only early direct international flights are heading to asia, mexico on canada so the sfo duty manager says currently there is nothing in place by the tsa for sfo to heighten security. it's at a normal level right now. but sfo officials do say travelers may see more police presence. it won't be too apparent. so there are no nonstop flights to brussels by way of sfo. this is normal. but there are connecting flights in london, paris amsterdam and frankfurt and domestic connecting flights to brussels in new york, newark and d.c. those are the major places people may see heightened security. back to you. >> jackie, are any big cities in the u.s. amping up security following the attack? >> reporter: as they do for any major world attack, new york and dc have primarily heightened security as far as we know on the east coast right now where west coasters would pick up a connecting flight
including the airport and their metros systems. from sfo, jackie ward, kpix 5. as we heard, air travel in europe is a mess right now. kpix 5 reporter julie watts is flying out of london today and we are going to check in with her in just a few minutes. a busy day on the streets and the roads here in the bay area. let's kick it over to gianna. >> good morning. three separate traffic alerts. let's go straight to northbound 880 right now. we have two right lanes shut down between market and 7th due to a fatal accident a vehicle hit a pedestrian. you have delays all the way back into downtown oakland. 30 minutes to travel from 238 to the maze. use 580 as an alternate. or you can stick to your left in the lanes are closed on the right lanes are closed. east 80 at pedrick blocking the three left labors in the noncommute direction but sensors show delays westbound,
as well. so give yourself a few extra minutes. word of a second accident at kid well near there. south bay traffic alert here montague expressway at de la cruz eastbound shut down for a three-car injury accident. delays in the area. eastbound lanes on montague expressway shut down at de la cruz. no word when the lanes will re- open. delays out of the south bay. northbound 101 slowing. northbound 87 as well. the bay bridge metering lights are on. traffic backed up well into the maze but it will be drier. here's paul deanno. >> mainly dry, gianna, throughout the bay area with one exception and that one exception currently picked up on kpix 5 hi-def doppler is impacting two of our major roads in san mateo county. good morning in burlingame. it is rollins road highway 101 the bayshore freeway getting wet. and it's i-280 and skyline boulevard. the bull's eye is like the shape of a heart right there
some heavier rain showers right over i-280 heading towards san mateo eventually foster city and may survive all the way down to palo alto and redwood city. aside from that we are drying out. fog in the north bay santa rosa 40. livermore 42. san francisco cloudy 51. concord 46. high temperatures later today couple of degrees below average. 64 for redwood city. napa 60. and vallejo your high 63 degrees. your full forecast including when 70s return coming up. el nino storms have left their mark in santa cruz county damaging roads and flooding regions. today supervisors are considering announcing a local emergency to receive state funds for repairs. powerful rains have done an estimated $9 million in damages across the county. the storms forced evacuations in some parts of the county and sparked mud slides. a bay area man accused of causing a deadly crash while test driving a corvette is due in a southern california
courtroom today for a bail hearing. alex demetro of union city surrendered to authorities on friday according to court records in san bernardino county. he was arrested after last month's crash that killed a car salesman who was in the passenger seat. the prosecutors declared demetro a fugitive after he failed to appear for a court hearing. state attorney general kamala harris says she wants all police officers to file reports directly to her office after they use force. in a detailed report released this week she says filing the reports electronically will help her office investigate quickly and give more transparentscy. the new law wouldn't replace the standard paper report filings. today voters in idaho, arizona and utah will vote on who they want to be their party's presidential nominee. don champion has the latest from new york. voting in the west could lay the landscape for the
public presidential raise. monday front-runner donald trump focused on foreign policy in washington where he suggested the u.s. should rethink its involvement in nato an idea he repeated on cnn last night. >> we're paying disproportionately. it's too much and frankly, it's a different world than it was when we originally conceived of the idea. >> reporter: rivals responded. >> this is a dangerous world. if america withdraws, we get the kind of chaos that obama- clinton has produceed. >> as a leader of this country you want to be very careful and i wouldn't say that now. >> reporter: while in washington, trump tried rallying support from party leaders. he also spoke before apac. >> when i become president, the days of treating israel like a second class citizen will end! >> reporter: democratic front- runner hillary clinton used her speech before the pro-israel group to target trump. >> we need steady hands, not a president who says he is neutral on monday, pro-israel
on tuesday and who knows what on wednesday. >> reporter: bernie sanders skipped the conference and campaigned in utah where he needs to pull off a win. >> israel must continue to exist as an independent free state. but if we are going to have lasting peace, we have also got to work with the palestinians. >> reporter: more than 200 delegates are up for grabs today. don champion, cbs news. time now 6:08. airline passengers all over europe are forced to sit and wait in the wake of the attacks in belgium this morning. we'll hear from kpix 5 reporter julie watts on board one of those flights coming up. >> reporter: i'm kiet do live at apple headquarters in cupertino. the feds have canceled today's hearings saying they have a way to hack into a terrorist iphone without the help from apple. oregon's willa valley was once known as the land of milk and honey. back when milk and honey were real popular. ♪
in explosions at an airport a metro station. flights here's a live look at brussels where at least 26 people were killed in explosions at an airport and metro station. flights into and out of the airport are on hold right now and air travel all over europe is affected. public transit is also shut down for now. kpix 5's julie watts was at london's heathrow airport as these attacks occurred and she shot this video a short time ago while waiting to take off. >> reporter: hi, guys. this is julie watts reporting video, um, from the plane on the tarmac at london heathrow. uhm, in light of the brussels attack i have been asked to talk a little bit about the mood here. what i can tell you is of course, the brussels attack is the top story on the bbc and all the london news organizations top of mind for everyone throughout europe, i am sure. in terms of the impact, however, to air travel outside of brussels, i have not seen a significant impact. folks on the plane don't seem
to be affected. there didn't seem to be too much increase at least visible security at heathrow. however, we are told that there is definitely increased security here. it's very sophisticated and may not be something that's obvious to the naked eye. what i can tell you what we're hearing from british news sources is the number of injured, um, and, um, fatal injuries is growing in the brussels attacks. there were several bombings at the airport and the at least early reports again this is just early, some of those bombs went off past security. there have also been attacks on the london metro and on the train and, of course, i have not verified any of this personally but this is what is being reported by british media at least before i got to the airport what was being reported by british media. again, i found no delays on the heathrow express, the train that takes from you london to the airport nor going through security were there any more significant delays than normal
on an international flight. we are just getting ready to take off. >> that was julie watts at heathrow airport this morning in london. meanwhile, investigate in belgium will probably be tracking data from cell phones at the time of the explosions but here in the u.s. a major development in the apple encryption debate. hearings were scheduled today but at the last minute the government postponed the hearings. kpix 5's keit do joins us live from cupertino at apple headquarters with more. >> reporter: good morning. the feds made the request to cancel the hearing yesterday afternoon just a couple of hours before the court the closed. we are learning that somebody contacted the fbi on sunday saying that they had a possible way to hack into that iphone. the u.s. attorney general's office wrote the filing saying, quote, texting is -- testing is required to determine whether it is a viable method that won't compromise dad on the iphone. if the method is viable it should eliminate the need of assistance from apple. the court filing says even as a pickuple battle with apple
raged on the fbi kept researching ways to hack into the phone of san bernardino shooter syed farook who killed 14 people at a company christmas party in december. the agency got word that it might be possible to break into the phone without help from apple. the feds and apple got on a conference call yesterday about the canceled hearing. but no official word yet from the company. the department of justice released a statement saying it is cautiously optimistic that this hack would work. milpitas-based company fireeye says the most likely method involves making a copy of the iphone's flash memory drive so investigators could get multiple tries at guessing the pass code. currently 10 wrong guesses will automatically erase the data. >> they probably circumvented or hacked the software that implements the encryption the security software on the phone, and they are going to try to brute force the code to get into the phone that way. >> this is an issue that
impacts all of us. and we will not shrink from this responsibility. >> reporter: that was tim cook at a product launch yesterday here at company headquarters in cupertino saying we need to decide as a nation how much power the government should have over our data and our privacy. apple has said a court order demanding it to help the fbi break into the phone amounts to a back door that could then be stolen and used as a master key to unlock millions of iphones world wide. the feds will take the next few weeks to hack into the phone and report back to the court on april 5. live in cupertino, kiet do, kpix 5. president obama's historic trip to cuba is ending. the white house says the president will call for the expansion of human rights on the island during a public address. then the president will try to end his trip to cuba on a less controversial notetaking in a baseball game between the cuban national team and the tampa bay rays.
he heads to argentina next. many americans are changing their minds about vacationing on the island. a new cbs/new york times poll finds 43% of americans say they are interested in taking a trip to cuba and now american businesses including san francisco's airbnb are trying to cash in on that change. the room sharing website saw a whopping 13,000 americans used airbnb in cuba since the federal government loosened restrictions. >> there are still travel restrictions. but it's becoming much easier to just travel directly. >> we have all kind of predicted that these changes would be happening at -- it started to happen very quickly. >> starwood has plans to operate three hotels in cuba and carnival is expected to start cruises there in a few months. lots happening on the roads this morning. >> there is a lot going on this morning. in fact, we still have three separate traffic alerts. our biggest right now is affecting the nimitz freeway which is one of our biggest freeways that people use commuting towards the bay
bridge this morning. north 880 from market to 7th street, two right lanes completely shut down this is a fatal accident. they are conducting an investigation. it was a vehicle that hit a pedestrian. the broadway on-ramp has also been shut down so we are seeing major delays as a result. 31 minutes now for your drive time northbound 880, 238 as you head to the maze right now in the meantime we are seeing backups at least to fifth at this point. so well into downtown oakland. using an alternate, the macarthur freeway. 580 looks good until you get to the bay bridge where you will see delays. i'll show you that in just a minute. east 80 at pedrick three lanes shut down a big rig accident blocking lanes delays both directions as you work your way through there. montague expressway all eastbound lanes shut down at de la cruz. this is for an injury accident involving at least three vehicles. lafayette also affected in and around that area. you can see delays out of the south bay this morning for 101 as well as guadalupe parkway right now. and here's a look at the bay
bridge as promised. 24 minutes off the eastshore freeway east. carquinez bridge backed up well into the maze. cars moving a little on the right-hand side, that's the approach from 880, a lot of vehicles being held northbound eight a where that accident is. slow as a result. so give yourself a few extra minutes, at least 30 minutes to get along the nimitz this morning. here's paul with the forecast. >> roads are wet and we continue to see some light rain showers falling in san mateo county specifically the city of san mateo. foster city heading south of san carlos we can show you by the road where those showers are. crystal springs road skyline boulevard i-280 and 101 impacted there. just some light rain showers. rain between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. heavy showers with you in hayward, 2:30 in fremont and heavy showers toward san jose at 3a the chevy stuff is gone but some light showers will remain. what also will remain
throughout the day today maybe you want to take your family to the beach watch the rough surf, do it from a safe distance because there's a high surf advisory all day into tomorrow morning. we are seeing swells up to 15 feet and strong risk of rip currents. northwest winds today even though showers are decreasing sunshine will increase, high temperatures will stay in the 60s. stay about 3 to 5 degrees below average as a result of that flow of air coming from the north. i-5 to san francisco into central california, the low pressure system is leaving the area and the ridge of high pressure will keep us dry through easter. 2:00 this afternoon, some spotty showers possible. a little bit of cloud cover, cloud cover decreases by sunset should be gorgeous and through the evening it will be nice to get out. speaking of sunset, 7:24
good morning, everyone. during their record-breaking seasons, the warriors have not had back-to-back losses. but that streak of avoiding losing streaks was in danger last night in minnesota. golden state wrapping up a road trip. t world series leading 85-81. andrew wiggens jump shot t world series led by 8. steve
kerr not happy. but the warriors rallied. fourth quarter livingston strips wiggens and off the turnover leandro barbosa going in for the layup. tied at 91. draymond green carried golden state down the stretch. green with the dunk. under 2 minutes left the warriors take control. green finishes with 24. golden state escapes 109-104. tara vandaveer coached her 1,000th game but that south dakota coach nervous. thompson tied it and put stanford ahead. jackrabbits could win at the buzzer but miller's shot was rejected by mccall. desperation shot did not follow. the cardinal win and advance to the nine straight sweet sixteen where they will play notre dame. good two games for stanford. they beat usf and jennifer azzi and tonight they win again. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. thank you. we are going to hoop it up. play of the day. we are going to take you to
detroit. we have the bucks up by 1 seconds to go and then this happens. watch. >> harris does -- the shot is good! >> that's game winner right there. drummond tipping in the game winner for the pistons. detroit wins it by one. and they grab our play of the day. it is 6:26 right now. a california girl is at the center of a high-profile custody fight. why a native american tribe got a court order to take the girl from her foster parents. >> and we'll go back out to brussels for the latest on this morning's coordinated bombings that killed dozens of people. ,, ,,,,,,
>> i'm michelle griego. another major terror attack in europe. belgium's capital city is on lockdown after a pair of deadly bombings. explosions have killed 26 people. they happened an hour apart this morning at an airport and at metro station. for now flights into and out of the brussels airport are canceled and all public transit in brussels has been shut down. reporter don champion shows us how the tragic events played out across the city. reporter: moments after the deadly explosion, people could be seen running through a smoky hall inside brussels airport. at least two explosions one reportedly carried out by a suicide attacker rocked the departure hall just after 8 in the morning local time. >> several exits closed down, all the luggage stays here. >> reporter: afterwards airport workers led passengers to the tarmac outside the airport. >> walked through a mess, a load of stuff, glass, smoke, water dripping from the ceiling. we had to walk through puddles and we were evacuated.
>> reporter: a short time later explosions were reported at a metro train station in brussels. following the a, that, belgium's prime minister said what the country feared the most had happened. the attacks, which appear to be coordinated, happened days after the high-profile arrest of terror suspect salah abdeslam in brussels. >> this particular attack,i believe, was something that they had in train, something they had worked out, that they accelerated given the arrest of salah abdeslam last friday. he was probably aware of this. they were probably concerned he was going to talk to authorities and they moved this up. >> reporter: abdeslam a prime suspect in the deadly terror attacks in paris has been on the run since november. don champion, cbs news. as for how american airports are responding to the crisis in brussels, we turn to kpix 5's jackie ward who is live over at sfo with more. have you noticed that security
has been beefed up there this morning? >> reporter: no. not here at the international terminal at sfo but not the case where they connect flights on the east coast like in newark, new york and d.c. these people behind me are most likely catching flights to seattle, long beach or las vegas. the only early direct international flights right now are heading to asia, mexico or canada. there have been a couple of early ones to new york which are then presumably going on over to europe. but no direct flights from sfo. the sfo duty manager says there's currently nothing in place by the tsa for sfo to heighten its security. it's at a normal level right now and they say travelers may see more of a police presence but it won't be too apparent. so there are no nonstop flights to brussels by way of sfo on a normal day anyway but there are connecting flights in london, paris, amsterdam and frankfurt and big hubs like new york and dc are where people will be heading this morning to try to get to europe. >> jackie, have you had a chance to talk to any passengers at sfo and are folks
nervous or worried? >> reporter: i went into the terminal a few minutes ago and everything is calm. there are no direct flights heading to europe. so people have time to get to their new york and newark flights right now and they don't seem concerned. it really is business as usual. from sfo, jackie ward, kpix 5. facebook has activated its safety check features so that people in brussels can let their loved ones know they are okay. it allows users to mark themselves as safe during an event like a terrorist attack or disaster widely used in paris after the attacks there last november. it's one thing to watch out for traffic but a north bay driver found himself up against a flying boulder. here's the aftermath. that boulder crashed right through the man's window as he drove down cazadero highway yesterday morning. the giant would be just missed the driver when it hit the peak seat. it caused him to swerving and crash into a tree which spared
him a drive into a creek below. and he somehow had just minor injuries. ben lomond in the santa cruz mountains has had a heavy dose of rain thanks to el nino storms. so far the small town has seen 62 inches of rain. that's well over its 50" average. weather experts say it's because storms hit the mountains at an angle leaving plenty of clouds and downpours over that. no surprise that it got the most rain in the bay area this past winter. san francisco clocked in at 20 inches and san jose at 12. >> all right. paul. ben lomond that's over five feet of rain. >> a lot of water. >> how much snow would that be? >> that would be, let's see, the numbers -- [ overlapping speakers ] 700 -- if you go to a 12:1 -- about 720 inches of snow. >> okay. >> which would be enough to fill a lot of reservoirs. >> i'm impressed. >> we have seen in the sierra about 400 inches of snow this winter which is phenomenal! last winter, it was between 150 and 200. we have doubled the amount of snow in the sierra. quick math there.
>> good! >> and you worked last night, too. >> thank goodness we have good coffee around here to get the brain going. out the door, a few showers in san mateo county. here it is right along 280 around highland, south of burlingame just to the west of redwood city and los altos. ail we have are a few light showers. showers in the east are cleared. only seeing fog in the north bay. santa rosa 40. chilly. foggy one quarter mile visibility. napa 41. fremont currently 48 degrees. your weather headlines for the first tuesday of spring, couple of showers to start very widely scattered cool with a mixture of sun and clouds with some midweek warming. we'll see the 70s return. that's coming up. lanes still shut down as you work your way along 880 this morning northbound at least two lanes closed between market and 7th a fatality vehicle hit a pedestrian. they are conducting an investigation so expect closures for most of the morning. 10 miles per hour as you work your way on that northbound
side. you have delays well beyond fifth at this point. 35 minutes for your drive time northbound 238 to the maze. use 580 as an alternate. use the macarthur freeway. delays into the maze heading towards the bay bridge. broadway on-ramp also completely shut down. elsewhere eastbound 80 at pedrick big rig accident has three left lanes blocked. you have delays in both directions. another wreck near cordelia westbound and another one clearing westbound near kidwell. montague expressway closed at de la cruz for a crash with injuries. they are clearing it in a few minutes. new reports of a motorcycle accident on 680. details coming up. it will be another day of delays for bart commuters. the system is running six-car trains during rush hour only between north concord-martinez and the pittsburg-bay point
stations. shuttle service is in effect during noncommute weekend. over the weekend bart replaced thyristors that are repairing the voltage spikes. problems that crippled the yellow line happened so fast that if you blink you miss it. >> 100th of a millisecond, that's how very quick this spike in voltage is happening. >> again, the shuttle service will only be operational during noncommute hours. engineers will be on the tracks looking for answers and riders will be back on bus bridges until further notice. federal investigators say a flight attendant is still on the run after fleeing during a random screening at los angeles international airport. drug enforcement officials say 69 pounds of cocaine were found in the woman's luggage on friday. flight crews normally pass through airport security unchecked. but this was random check. sources say she was brought to a secondary screening area
where she kicked off her shoes and ran. a southern california custody fight has led to a split between a 6-year-old girl and her foster parents. it was a tearful scene yesterday outside the home in santa clarita. the girl named lexie began living with a couple when she was 2. the couple kept trying to adopt her but lexie is part native american and the choctaw tribe got a court order to place her with blood relatives in utah. >> whether it's a native american child or not, have the same end goal, which is to reunite a child with his or her biological relatives. >> the tribe invoked the law designed to place native american children with tribal relatives. the 49ers are crying foul against the city of santa clara. the niners are fighting with the city over the rent at levi's stadium citing a rent reset in their agreement, the team saying the rent should be lowered to just a little more than $20 million a year. but santa clara is asking for
it to stay at $24.5 million while they negotiate. the city council is expected to take up the issue tonight. tennis tournament executive has resigned amid controversy over his comments about women players. raymond moore here was the scene of the indian wells tournament in southern california. he told reporters that female players are riding on the coattails of men. he said lady players should go down on their knees and thank god for the top male players. >> there's only one way to interpret that. get on your knees, which is offensive enough, and thank a man, which is not -- we as women have come a long way and, um, we shouldn't have to drop to our knees at any point. >> the announcement about moore's resignation came from larry ellison founder of redwood city-based oracle and owner of the indian wells tournament. ellison pointed out they have been gotten equal prize money
at all major tournaments including indian wells for a decade. after winning sunday, novak djokovic said we have more spectators on the men's tennis matches. that's one of the reasons we should get awarded more. kit account in cupertino, the feds have canceled -- kiet do in cupertino, the feds have canceled the hearing against apple that they can get into the iphone without the help of apple engineers.
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say they saw injured people bags and debris scattered all over the departure hall there. kpix 5's julie watts was at london's heathrow airport this morning. she shot this video a short time ago while waiting to take off. >> reporter: hi, guys. this is julie watts reporting video, um, from the plane on the tarmac at london heathrow. um, in light of the brussels attack i have been asked to talk about the mood what's going on. what i can tell you is of course, the brussels attack are the top story on the bbc and london news organizations top of mind for everyone throughout europe, i am sure. in terms of the impacts, however, to air travel outside of brussels, i have not seen a significant impact. folks on the plane don't seem to be affected. there didn't seem to be too much increase at least visible security at heathrow. however, we are told that there is definitely increased security here. of course it's very sophisticated and may not be something that's obvious to the naked eye.
what we're hearing from british news sources is that the number of injured, um, and, um, fatal injuries is growing in the brussels attacks. there were several bombings at the airport itself and the early reports, again this is just reported information, is that some of those bombs went off past security. there have also been attacks on the london metro and on the train and, of course, i have not verified any of this personally but this is what being reported by british media at least before i got to the airport what was being reported by british media. again, i found no delays on the heathrow express, the train that takes from you london to the airport. nor going through security were there any more than usual delays on an international flight. we are just getting ready to take off. >> that was julie watts likely winging her way back home after what looks like a long morning at heathrow for obvious reasons. it will be interesting to see how the stock market reacts to the attacks in belgium, as
well. joining us is jason brooks. >> good morning, when we see an incident like this wall street, other global stock markets, take a cautious look at things. and that is the case this morning. stocks are pulling back not a big move. they are down modestly. of course the usually sectors are getting hit hard and that would be the travel sector, airlines, online travel sites like priceline and expedia down this morning. the stock market rebounded from the sell-off in january but with you area that has yet to show enthusiasm is the ipo market. ernst & young says that through the 1st quarter of this year ipo activity across the globe is down 40% compared to last year down to the lowest level since the recession? global economic uncertainly impacting investors and many are considering other ways to
invest. stock marke lower, down by 70 this morning. nasdaq down 16. s&p down 9. frank and michelle, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. the battle between apple and the federal government comes to an abrupt standstill. the feds now say they have someone else who will help them hack the phone of alleged san bernardino shooter syed farook. kpix 5 reporter kiet do joins us live in cupertino with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. the feds say thanks to the worldwide attention this debate has received, somebody came forward on sunday who could hack into the iphone to help the fbi without apple. the u.s. attorney generals office filed the paperwork to cancel the hearing saying, quote, testing is required to determine whether it is a viable method that will not compromise data on farook's phone. if it's viable then it should eliminate the need for these
systems from apple. it turns out the fbi never stopped researching ways to hack the phone of san bernardino shooter syed farook who killed 14 people at a company christmas party in december. the phone was found in his getaway car and investigators want to see if it has outside help in planning the attack. the feds and apple got on a call yesterday about the hearing but no word from the company. the doj is cautiously optimistic that this hack would work. if it does, and the feds back down, it would be a short-term win for apple. and avoid the full blown showdown in court over privacy but kpix 5 legal analyst ladoris cordell says if the government is now saying it has a way to get into the iphone, that's troubling. >> it's just so magical that the day before the hearing they -- the government says guess what? we think we have found a way to get in. it just strikes me as being a little curious. >> this is an issue that
impacts all of us. and we will not shrink from this responsibility. >> reporter: and that was apple ceo tim cook speaking at a product launch yesterday in cupertino saying we need to decide as a nation how much power the government should have over our data and our privacy. apple has said a court order demanding it to help the fbi break into the iphone is a back door that could be stolen and used as a master key to unlock millions of iphones worldwide. the feds will test the new possible hacking method for two weeks and report back to the court on april 5. kiet do, kpix 5. things heating up for the candidates vying for the white house. today voters in idaho, arizona and utah will vote for the nominee. democratic front-runner hillary clinton is looking to extend her delegate lead. donald trump rivals hope to slow him down. on monday candidate focused in
on aipac a pro-israel group in washington. clinton targeted trump's record on foreign policy. >> we need steady hands, not a president who says he is neutral on monday, pro-israel on tuesday, and who knows what on wednesday. >> bernie sanders addressed the crowd remotely from utah. hundreds of delegates are up for grabs today. gianna has been a busy lady. traffic is a mess around the bay area. >> and it remains a mess along the nimitz freeway this morning. northbound 880 two right lanes still shut down for an accident involving a vehicle that hit a pedestrian. it is a fatality. the investigation will take some time. coroners just arrived. the broadway on-ramp is also shut down. the closures from marked to 7th, what it's doing for your delays this morning is at least almost 40 minutes to go from 238 to the maze. you have a backup all the way almost to the coliseum at this point. we typically don't see these kind of delays at least until after 7:30 so you're seeing some slow-and-go conditions as you work your way northbound
880. use 580 as an alternate. traffic is okay on 580 until you get to the maze. southbound delays approaching hayward. here's a look at the bay bridge. it's backed up into the maze. not a lot of delays coming off this portion. this is where you enter from 880. so again you're seeing less traffic here because folks are being held up because of that accident along 880 at market. eastbound 80 at pedrick three lanes closed for this accident all morning. delays in both directions. other trouble spots south 680 at castlewood motorcycle accident with injuries. this one blocking the left lane. delays at this point all the way back to 580. in fact we have reports of another trouble spot westbound 580 over at 680. that's blocking at least one lane with delays all the way back to santa rita. busy out of the altamont pass. 25 minutes as you work your way to 680 right now. anher wreck blocking lanes north 101 at university. 12 miles per hour now as a result. at least the left lane is blocked. you have delays almost to 237 at this point. so give yourself a few extra minutes.
let's check the weather. a little dry today. here's paul. >> we are getting drier. you are absolutely right. right along i-280 there's one lonely tiny shower right over crystal springs reservoir in san mateo county just by burlingame in the city of san mateo that's how good kpix 5 hi- def doppler is. we can show you one intense shower that if you were on 280 would last for 20 or 30 seconds north toward the city. aside from that we are drying out. spotty showers are possible but we are seeing clear sky and a beautiful sunrise in 15 or 20 minutes. we have clear skies and chilly conditions. it's only 46 in concord. it's 42 in livermore. it is foggy in napa and santa rosa with temperatures there right around 40 degrees. it's 39 in kennilworth junior high school part of our live neighborhood network. 39 degrees there. a few drips of rain since midnight. pleasanton 43. cupertino 43. low pressure moving out. high pressure moving in. sometimes it's that simple. we have had this low for the
past couple of days a, rain is out. a building ridge of high pressure is moving in. there are more storms coming but they will be blocked to the north by that ridge of high pressure. so the rain after this morning is done for a while. that ridge will be a bit bashful. it will stay well to our south and west but will be close enough, the storm track stays in the pacific northwest and southern british columbia far away from us. we are rain-free through easter. it will be cool today. cooler than average with a mixture of sun and clouds. we'll be dry for the remainder of the week and temperatures after today will warm up above average. livermore your high today in the tri-valley 62. mixture of sun and clouds for san rafael 62. redwood city and san jose 64. close to 70 wednesday. we'll get there away from the water thursday, friday and saturday. lots of sunshine as things will dry out. easter sunday maybe that easter egg hunt outdoors a little cool and cloudy but rain-free on sunday. 6:53. authorities are still trying to piece together exactly what
♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ belgium this morning -- whet least 36 people have died in coordinated bombings. you're the airport a horrible situation in brussels, belgium this morning before 36 people have died in bombings. you're looking live outside the airport where the first attack happened. you might be able to see some of the windows are blown out. obviously in the terminal there. now, the first attack killed 13 people at the main airport in brussels during the morning rush. there were two explosions one reportedly a suicide bombing. the brussels airport was locked down and security at airports all over europe has been tightened. an explosion rocked a metro station near the european union headquarters. at least 15 people were killed there and 55 others were hurt. the attacks come just days after the main suspect in the
paris terror attacks was arrested in brussels. salah abdeslam had been on the run since november. authorities believe he may have been planning another attack. i'm jackie ward live at the sfo international terminal where people are not seeing delays from here but they will be on the east coast and in europe. so far the tsa has no heightened security order here. the only early direct international flights are going to asia mexico or canada. so sfo officials say travelers may see more police presence but it won't be too apparent. security is still at a normal level here. there are never any nonstop flights to brussels by way of sfo. so it's normal that there aren't any today. there are all connecting flights like in london, paris, amsterdam and frankfurt and, of course, the big domestic connection flights to brussels are by way of new york, newark and dc so that's where people
will feel an impact. if you are heading to sfo, no problems. no extra time needed. you will see heightened security, though, in new york and dc if you are continuing on your way to europe. from sfo, jackie ward, kpix 5. delays north 880 market to 7th two lanes shut down for a fatal accident backed up to the coliseu or beyond. 40-minute delays. north 101 at university you have big delays there as well for an accident blocking the left lane. a new wreck south 101 at ygnacio. isolated morning showers, we'll see partly sunny skies this afternoon. livermore 62. san rafael 62 the coolest day of the next several. we'll be returning to the 70s away from the water thursday, friday, saturday, and we'll be dry easter sunday. >> okay. >> and we know that president obama will address the belgium terror attacks in just about 10 minutes. >> stay with "cbs this morning" for the very latest and we'll have updates throughout the morning. enjoyer morning, everybody. we'll see you at noon.
♪ good morning, tuesday, march 22nd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, terror attacks rock brussels, dozens are dead and more than 100 wound. >> belgium's terror alert is raised to its highest level after explosions at the airport and subway station. we have a team of correspondents across europe. president obama has been briefed on the situation. we're expecting his first comments shortly. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. everybody has to evacuation to the gate a-30. >> there's an