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now. good afternoon, i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. here at sens restaurant, right below is us super bowl city and you can hear a little music going on down there, can't you guys? ♪[ music ] >> yes. there was a marching band out there earlier. so this is great. >> we love checking the countdown clock because that super bowl is getting closer and closer just four days away now. kpix 5's cate caugiran is close by at justin herman plaza with new security measures just revealed. cate. tell us all about it. >> reporter: frank, yes, i'm just outside super bowl city where security is a top priority. it's also a top priority with our transit agencies. we have told you in the past about possible random screenings on our ferries. if you have gone to any super bowl-related event, you know everyone is required to go through these metal detectors even if you are just trying to get to work in this area. kpix 5 did get an exclusive loo into tsa's security plans. at san francisco international airport we were invited to meet
the newest addition to the security team, k-9s. tsa says over the next couple of days, both sfo and san jose's mineta airports are adding more k-9 screening teams, dozens more. >> the dog will walk through among the people. the dog will be searching the air currents in the area. >> reporter: and on the ground, even underground, bart, vta and muni riders should expect an increased police presence, as well. this morning tsa and bart representatives say it's part of their visible intermodal prevention and response operations. the hope is, more security will cut down on crime. just in san francisco alone we are expected to get an extra 1 million visitors a day so security officials say they are not taking any chances. live outside super bowl city, cate caugiran, kpix 5. on the subject of security, we are learning another tv crew has been robbed in san francisco. a photographer from our chicago affiliate wbbm had his camera,
laptop and other equipment taken by two men claiming to have a gun. it happened at polk and lombard at 9 p.m. last night. that photographer gave up his gear and was not injured. and equipment also stolen this week in san francisco from snoop dogg scheduled to perform around town all week long. but a rented suv with about 9,000 worth of electronics was taken on hayes street on monday night. a live look now at levi's stadium scene. super bowl. and super security. the faa issuing a reminder today that the airspace around the stadium is a "no drone" zone. no aircraft is allowed within a 32-mile radius of the site on sunday. and inside, the field is painted, primed and ready for the broncos and the panthers. painters have been touching up the painted logos on the field. the end zones and benches. the fields crew says the grass is in good shape thanks to the recent sunny warm days. >> and the super bowl coaches and some of the players back in
front of the cameras this morning. they say preparing for the super bowl is like no other. even the timing comes into play. the longer breaks and even a longer halftime. >> we have talked about those things and how we're going to try to adjust with our players to those particular situations. but i think the biggest thing is trying to keep an even keel. you still play 60 minutes. the game won't change. >> coach kubiak had little to say about sending a player home. ryan murphy was caught up in a bay area prostitution sting last night. san jose police have been cracking down on human trafficking with the influx of tourists for the super bowl. while questioning a suspected prostitute at a gas station last night, they found murphy and another man in a car. the man and a woman were cited. murphy was questioned and released. the rookie safety was assigned to the team's practice squad just a few months ago. the coach said this morning the matter has been dealt with and
his status has not changed. lots going on around super bowl city and the beyond so let's check in with roberta to see if the weather will cooperate. it doesn't feel bad now. >> not bad. you and i were walking in here and a couple of of the police officers asked us, hey, where's the rain! it one of those days walking around -- it's one of those days walking around with sunglasses. but we have rain in the forecast. right now let's look at our hi- def doppler radar. no rain locally, but look well to the north. we have the leading edge of a frontal boundary. it's now pressing up against the northwestern section of the state of california. raindrops in the eureka area. here's what you need to know. first off, this is a very weak frontal boundary. it's a system -- i don't want to call it a storm, it's brushing up against the bay area sliding to the south, end result we'll have some rain here locally and it has a lot of power associated with it so we have a high surf advisory going into place tonight through friday morning. now, tracking the rain and when we should all expect it, i have the details coming up in a matter of minutes. >> i know you wanted to sing the national anthem at the
super bowl. >> oh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> but they said no, right? >> what happened? >> they picked another superstar for super bowl sunday. and this is lady gaga. she will be singing the national anthem just before the 3:30 kickoff. it's been years of planning to bring the super bowl right here to the bay area. >> the head of the host committee told us this morning all the stressing and strategizing has really paid off. >> everything that we have been working so hard for, for the past 2.5 years is coming to life. it's great to see. now we start to welcome the rest of the country, the world, as they come to the san francisco bay area -- [ pause ] [ no audio ] >> reporter: visitors and locals won't want to miss free concerts at the city stage inside super bowl city. they continue tonight in sue biermann park. matt nathanson performs this evenin perry tomorrow, one republic friday and alicia keys on saturday. coming up at 7:00 another special on "countdown to gold."
join ken bastida, jennifer montana tonight at 7:00 for all things super bowl 50 right here on kpix 5. one other sports note. new details about the death of former oakland raider quarterback ken stabler. he died july 8 from colon cancer. now researchers say he also had a chronic brain disease linked to repeated concussion. concussion and head injuries are a big topic in the nfl. stabler is a finalist for the pro football hall of fame class of 2016. new at noon, real estate heir and accused murderer robert durst today pleaded guilty to a weapons charge. he will be spending the next 7 years in jail. but as kpix 5 reporter anne makovec explains, durst's troubles don't end there. >> reporter: this plea deal will eventually put him on trial for murder. durst is suspected of killing a woman here in california and is asking to be extradited so he can prove his innocence. that woman susan berman, a
former bay area journalist, with ties to kpix 5. [ pause ] [ no audio ] ing the stigation into his missing wife -- soon after -- a bullet in the >> all right, that was, um, a technical difficulty we're having with that report. but berman was a producer for a show here called "evening magazine" on kpix 5. she was good friends with durst and she may have known something about his wife's disappearance back in the '80s. and the allegation is that perhaps he might have killed her to keep the secret safe. so that's something that we are going to continue to follow as essex stra died the to california. he is expected to arrive back in our state in objection for his arraignment on those murder charges. again, he maintains that he is innocent. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. some other bay area
headlines. tests confirm two santa clara university undergrads have meningitis. both students had been admitted to the hospital. health officials are working together to identify other students who made contact with those two sick students. if any are found, they will be given antibiotics to help them stave off the infection. and the city of san francisco will open a new homeless shelter tonight. it's inside a warehouse at pier 80. there have been a number of complaints about its remote location and a protest is planned for this afternoon. the mayor has been accused of trying to sweep the homeless from the streets away from super bowl 50 activities. and the homeless man suspected of slashing a chp officer with a knife could be in court as early as tomorrow. noel corpuz allegedly attacked the officer as he confronted him walking on the essex street entrance to the bay bridge in san francisco yesterday morning. the officer was stabbed in the neck and arm. he is in stable condition and is expected to recover. terrifying moments on a flight in as a matter of law
yeah. an explosion ripped -- in somalia. an explosion ripped a hole in the side of the plane and a passenger was sucked out. jonathan vigliotti reports. >> reporter: cell phone video captured the aftermath of tuesday's explosion as air poured through the hole in the plane. oh, general masks were -- oxygen masks were tossed around and a passenger was sucked out, his body found later. a diplomat on board who shot this video said everyone was afraid they were going to die. >> we saw a hole in the plane and the first thing you worry about is can we really make it? >> reporter: the plane was going to an east african country when the blast happened minutes after take-off. the plane was at a relatively low altitude and the aircraft held together until the pilot landed it. somali officials say they have found no evidence of criminal activity so far. but the plane's pilot and aviation experts say the hole showed all the signs of terrorism. >> there's a bomb. that hole is caused by a bomb. they will be able to tell that.
they probably already know. >> reporter: the al qaeda- linked terror group al-shabab controls part of the country. and isis is expanding in the region. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news. >> the somali government insists the blast was not a bomb. we are learning about the first case of zika virus caused not by mosquitos but by sex. doctors in texas say the patient got the virus from a partner who was infected in another country. it causes severe birth defects in babies and until now transmission was limited to mosquito bites. it's a new state but same old campaign tactics. we'll hear from donald trump's newest attacks on ted cruz in new hampshire. >> unfinished business outside the international space station. what some cosmonauts are hoping to accomplish during a five- hour spacewalk. >> and a guest appearance by some super bowl superstars. we are going to tell you how
but the attacks sound the s cbs news correspondent weij jiang on who's just dropped. donald trump is alleging th the presidential candidates are in new hampshire. the attacks sound the same. weijia jang on who just dropped out. >> reporter: donald trump is alleging that ted cruz won the iowa caucus by committing fraud. he tweeted, ted cruz didn't win aya. he stole it. that's why all of the polls were so wrong and why he got far more votes than anticipated. bad! in a series of tweets he said the cruz campaign put out a series of tweets that ben carson was quitting and they should go with cruz. cruz held a town hall in new
hampshire wednesday morning. >> the central issue in the 2016 election will be reigniting the promise of america. >> reporter: as the two front- runner battle for supporters, rand paul announced his race for the white house is over. paul's camp issued a statement that said he suspended his campaign and is focusing his attention on winning another term at senator in kentucky. seven of the republican hopefuls are here in new hampshire today holding events less than a week before the first primary race in the nation. >> i want to talk to you -- >> reporter: marco rubio got a boost from a stronger-than- expected showing in iowa. he said he will seek paul's endorsement. >> we would welcome it as part of the unifying party. >> reporter: rubio will hold four town halls in the state today. weijia jang, cbs news, manchester, new hampshire. republican candidate john kasich says he will drop out if he doesn't do well in new hampshire on tuesday. proceedings resumed today inside a pennsylvania
courtroom. i judge will decide whether to dismiss a sexual assault case against bill cosby. the decision rests on a promise of immunity, a former prosecutor gave him now deceased lawyer. cosby's attorneys are arguing that deal with the prosecutor shields him from charges in that case. two russian cosmonauts right now carrying out a spacewalk installing experiments on the outside of the international space station. the cosmonauts are set to work outside for 5.5 hours. a spacewalk on january 15 had to be cut short when water was found on a crew member's helmet. well, -- and there's the picture. right there. -- it is a sea of blue and black at this north carolina krispy kreme. the store is coating donuts in panthers team colors and they are flying off the shelves. over super bowl weekend they expect to go through nine gallons of panther blue icing enough to cover 300 dozen
donuts. can you do the math? >> no! >> me either. they are offering broncos colors too but few takers. of course they won't get a lot in north carolina. but in denver i'm sure it's different. >> in colorado they have some of the healthiest people in the world. they have done surveys and tests and say they are some of the fittest people that live in colorado. >> they are the fittest people but they still have krispy kremes! >> i was trying to buy you a break there. >> sorry! [ laughter ] we have some rain moving into the bay area. it's a weak system. we are calling on our live hi- def doppler radar at this particular time and we're not picking up any rain. but upstream we go, there you have the initial bands of rain skimming the northern portion of the north coast. now, as we go ahead and take a look at our skies, the clouds have been thickening. they are gray and the temperatures are in the 50s after dipping down to 37 earlier this morning in livermore. the winds are under 10 miles per hour. here's what you need to know and what you can expect for the remaining portion of the day. cool temperatures, breezy southeast winds at 15,
afternoon and evening showers and boy, wait until you see the extended weekend forecast. frontal boundary albeit weak, it is bracing up against the northwestern section of the state of california and will whip across the bay area increasing clouds. after we get rid of this system no rain until february 15. let's go to our surf map. we have so much power associated with this system it's causing some swells to build up to 15 feet. meanwhile, futurecast walks you through your day and watch the rain spread across the area from the north to the south. for the evening commute the overnight hours and then there is your thursday with partial afternoon clearing and temperatures into the 50s and 60s. friday, a few clouds, otherwise sunny skies. then by then we'll see basically less than .10" of rain to the east a quarter in san rafael. all right. here you go, with your tahoe report. skiing and boarding is at its best. snow showers today at northstar. sugar bowl just do it!
gorgeous conditions for the weekend. spring-like skiing. tonight the sundown is 5:35. our temperatures today into the 50s. under 60 everywhere. by the way heading to super bowl city to say hi, grab an umbrella. rain will be developing. the seven-day forecast does call for nothing but sunshine this weekend near or record warmth on sunday through tuesday. highs in the low 70s and for super bowl sunday, it's super bowl 50, 70 degrees abundance of sunshine. >> that's still a head shaker. i can't believe it. >> love it. thank you! a wannabe mommy on a mission. why this dog was staging a late- night breakout. ,,,,,,,,,,
few are more iconic than the budweiser clydesdales... to you can meet them up close en pet them -- at when it comes to super bowl animal commercials few are more iconic than the budweiser clydesdales. meet them today and pet them at the anheuser-busch brew were in fairfield. they have been in budweiser super bowl spots since 1986 and will be featured again this sunday. another animal story that will really warm your heart. it's a case of puppy love inside a canadian kennel. an australian shepherd named maggie is caught on camera escaping her closure heading straight over to another cage with two new puppies inside. the operators say maggie may
have had special motivation. she had been abandoned as a pup by her own mom. >> we see so many negative and disturbing situations that it's just beautiful to see these puppies happy and healthy and a mom like maggie who is adopted. >> maggie's owners are surprised seeing as maggie has been spayed but showing a little bit of love there. >> the maternal instincts. we have all heard the saying of an apple a day. tony tantillo has one you might not have tried. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is with [ indiscernible ] apples. i love doing tips this time of year, fall, the wintertime, all the apples are coming out. all these new varieties of apples that are coming out. i love them. cameo is one of my favorites. i take that back. they are all my favorite. but the cameo is very unique. take a look how beautiful this apple is. it's kind of got a little bit color of fuji, gala and red delicious. the texture and flavor is like
all three. when you buy them, the more beautiful on the outside, skin tight and shiny, the better they are going to be. and make sure that they are nice and hard. they have to be hard. when you bring them home, store them in the refrigerator even though i say this all the time they look so beautiful in the bowl on the countertop on the table. in the refrigerator because at room temperature they will be mealy and that you don't want. cameo apples. they are one beautiful looking apple. aren't they? and great for us. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. ♪[ music ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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