tv Eyewitness News Weekend Edition CW May 12, 2012 10:00pm-10:30pm PDT
he showed up for work and return home every day like clockwork. an all-out search 20 did not come home a tragic end to a family's search for a missing vt a supervisor compromise and find the plan now for occupy farmers now the deadline for them to get off the land owned by cal has come and gone. an unexpected blow before a financially strapped golden state the situation worse than first thought good evening i'm ann notarangelo. 48 hours after he vanished this is be recovered a car missing too am missing valid transit authority worker.
the car was found off of interstate 580 and corral hollow road just south of tracy. officers tell cbs bought the car belongs to the 63 rolled man last seen on thursday leaving his job in san jose to go back to his tracy home. the family confirmed to cbs 5 that is his car he did not survive the crash. his body was still in the honda accord when crews found it, his family says he was a diabetic and required oral medication twice a day. so far no word on what caused the crash. they're out but not down fallen a deadline by uc-berkeley to get off the track to farmland occupy protesters broke down their camp this morning anne mackovic shows us that may be gone but the farmer said they are not going anywhere it anywhere they've moved out their
camping gear but have not given up the farm. we don't and leave the occupiers that man camping on the spot of land owned by uc-berkeley since april 27th would try to build a farm that is sustainable there are protests in with the call neglect and a planned development of the gill tract this land is precious it is the last open soil in the east bay and as good food growing capability the university look use it for agricultural research and is open to talking about the plots future administrators invited to occupiers to a meeting this morning but the economic summit the vacate the property the conditions or impossible for us to meet, to break down by 10 and to meet consensus we rowling to do that the universe becomes that
the issue from different angles wednesday filed a lawsuit against 14 of the people accusing them of trespassing and being a new sense. uc-berkeley spokesperson said they will continue to fight the occupiers presence using whatever means necessary. today police were standing by observing farmers who do not seem intimidated. that is the long-term project that this is a community farm forever and albert anne mackovic cbs 5 jerry brown delivered the bad news the state's budget deficit as well to $16 billion. that is twice the previous estimate of 9 billion in january. don knapp with more. even as the governor gets his tax hike in petitions to state government election officials the tax hike would not be enough and he went public
with bad news receipts are coming in lower than expected the federal government and courts have blocked as for making billions the necessary budget reductions, the result we face a $16 billion hole not the 9 billion we thought in january state revenues three and half billion dollar is less than anticipated. the state spent more money than expected. brown blames the federal government blocking cuts. the situation forces and to go to the voters i'm bypassing the gridlock and asking you the people of california to approve a plan that avoids cuts to schools and public safety. wars of more budget problems comes as the governor pushes for the ballot measure that would
increase income tax to those with salaries of $350,000 to more along with the sales tax hike in politics no such thing as a coincidence you'll have to look at the big picture as to why someone is doing something the tax plan competes with another tax ballot measure that directs money to education are cbs political analyst jessica voters may vote yes into education it's going to education they may prove but the think it is going to the giant black hole that is the state budget they're not comfortable with that. the governor is trying to get voters to see the deficit his way what i propose is not a panacea but goes a long way to cleaning up the budget mess. if the measure fails at the ballot box then fall back plan is to kick in budget cuts.
they may shorten the k through 12 school year by three weeks. and higher tuition fees. republicans counter that the tax increases will only hurt the economy. an estimated 93,000 californians woke up without unemployment benefits. california's unemployment rate at 11%, that is not high enough to meet threshold for the federal government to extend benefits. more than 900,000 californians have received $5 billion in extended payments in the last three years. and not just the unemployed live in for jobs students are on the up-to make money this summer lisa luscious and shows us the mayor san francisco and a nonprofit teams up young adults with prospective employers does it students arrived early saturday to the mosconi
center for the san francisco summer job and resource fair. were for the summer and hopefully a part-time job to support through college he wants to work through engineering, but is interested in any kind of summer work i'll take in the job i can san francisco mayor ed lee and united way sponsor the fare includes workshops seminars and mock interviews designed to help young people prepare for the world of work. someone i can learn from about making choices in a does not have to be the and where will fall choice you can get better for that get ready for the better jobs and how you want to progress more than three dozen jobs available for 16-24 jobs and a fell 5000 positions. we want to warn sent
employers the value of engaging young people and only for the bottom line but the future of our bay area i hope this is a good launching pad the information from those attending the job they're placed into a data base that will match skills and interests with prospective employers. reporting from san francisco lisa washington cbs 5 the lack of jobs spreads across europe widespread protests broke out across the continent. the demonstrations were large and people were lashing out because one in four people out of work. dozens of people at madrid's central plaza to protest their bleak job prospects in the economy. protesters say they're angry over europe's financial crisis and plan to say to stay in the plaza for release three days.
demonstrators marched through several spanish cities. the protest marked one year since the city's called the in dig in movement spain has the highest unemployment rate of countries using the euro almost 25%. saddest day of action spread across europe including marches in italy and germany in london a crowd of occupy protesters clashed with police but others gathered peacefully in front of st. paul's cathedral and called for financial reform. at the grass-roots level on one of the ordinary people there is an opinion the economic system failed us and needs to change. the uncertainty in europe as world financial markets struggling. 2012 tour of california cyprus is under way in sonoma county tomorrow. stage one is round trip with
start and finish in santa rosa. in other stages include san francisco to aptos, stage 3 from san jose is to the east foothills to livermore the race ends may 20th and los angeles. postal carriers to more than deliver mail today the delivered to people in need, today was the stamp out under a food drive its largest single-day food drive to support families at risk of under carrier sped that bags of food from homes to be donated to bay area food banks. more than 70 million lbs. of food collected each year. this week's cover of time magazine sparked debates about breast feeding experts say forget the cover what they say is the real issue and it could ultimately save a baby's life. president obama's acceptance of gay marriage turns into big
bucks into his campaign a potent weapon at the well for governor on a it is willing to step up and take advantage of our president who is out of touch with the values of america. how the gop plans to use same-sex marriage as a political weapon to win the white house it will not be this and whether to mom we have changes in store. things expected to be cooler a ,,
woman breast feeding her son has stirred debate. health experts say the discussion ignores the real issue, less than half of all moms breast feed only 15 percent give their children in breast milk only in the first few months. doctors say infants should receive breast milk only tour in the first few months of life. one of the state ballot measure is getting attention is proposition 29, which as a dollar to the cigarette tax. those opposed have raised $40 million most come from tobacco companies last week the no on 29 campaign took in $15 million from tobacco companies and california republican party. the yes on 29 campaign has raised $5 million. most of that from nonprofit
health organizations such as the american cancer society president obama support for same-sex marriage is in a boost among the gay community and translates to a big bites. the bombing campaign raised $1.5 million after his announcement, you can order t-shirts and buttons. the president will attend a l. g b t gala in los angeles next month republican candidate mitt romney the commencement speaker at the nation's largest evangelical university. he worked to win over conservative christians who mistress the mormon religion and have doubts about his conservative credentials. romney emphasized his conservative values your values will not always be the object of public admiration the more you live by your believes the more you and/or the center of the world.
reaction to the speech was mixed rochelle romney is running far ahead of president obama among evangelicals who plan to vote. for but romney and the president same-sex marriage could be a defining moment in the campaign. this polarizing issue could turn into a political weapon culture which to believe and value of matters. marriage a relationship between one man and one woman. mitt romney speaking at the commencement at liberty university saturday reaffirmed his stand on the issue taken center stage this week on the campaign trail, same-sex marriage. on wednesday can president obama's announcement support same-sex marriage i concluded that for me personally, it is important for
me to go i had and a firmer that i think same-sex couples should be able to get married. former rival rick santorum hopes from the uses the issue of gay marriage as a political weapon. this is a potent weapon for romney it is willing to step up and take advantage of a president who is very much out of touch with the values of america. peron is values and those of santorum out of touch with americans? a gallup poll issued friday over half of the people's poll approve the president's decision. despite the issue of same-sex marriage both candidates expect to get back to the crux of both campaigns the economy. melissa rainy reporting i did not hear any complaints about whether how
this sunday shake-up ship up you cannot please all the people all the time. we will edge in that direction if you let cool weather go to the shoreline warm weather inland. the headlines for tomorrow look like this, we expect a cool down as low clouds move then and then things rebound after a couple of fairly cool days, tomorrow and monday. we get the in signals and the atmosphere, now it is 49 degrees at santa rosa, 58 at san jose, 58 at mountain view at the door a good start inland sunny skies and mild and chilly along the coast. on the time lapse look at this map this disturbance here, capped by high pressure but
this load is and knowing it gets closer to the coastline it could break up the a marine layer, so tomorrow with to get more sun than expecting and more son if that breaks up the a marine layer if nothing else party cloudy skies. it is going to cool down one way or another tomorrow the question is how cloudy along the coastline. for the future cast, look at this on-time lamps we start out with fog on the coast that disturbance passes through, breck's a marine layer and builds back again tomorrow night. we have clouds, letter in today's sunshine. as we look at 10.
forecast temperatures in south bay where they should be this time of year upper seventies in the high or low 80's. 82 at brentwood 72 and napa 68 at mill valley, as we peer through the lens at the extended forecast it will be chilly sunday and monday near the coast and then high pressure builds and plenty of sunshine for the bay area. it will be warmer than usual this time of year at the latter half of the week. i sense and annexed in the forecast we take this seriously on with charts and high-tech devices groups from the streets looking to make sure people can patronize restaurants and businesses.
an airport in mexico close tonight because of a volcano spewed ash in the sky near one of the world's most populous cities. it is located 50 mi. southeast of mexico city, belching out plumes of ash over night the biggest one shot 2 1/2 miles in the air. people nearby are wearing face masks. 12 years ago a major eruption forced the to thousand people to evacuate. and in restaurants and businesses with easy access for people with disabilities are why volunteers from san francisco today with charts and tools. this a but access is the law the disabled people say there are loopholes. this mapping data is too great an online tool to help those with disabilities to know exactly which local businesses they can't patronize without
difficulty. we're trying to put the carrot before the stick where not trend put pressure on them we are saying it is the social good thing they should be accessible, you'll get more business if the of a more accessible place new york city also had a mapping day for the link to the man go to cbs s f. com click on links and numbers. as of having his car stolen at enough is san francisco man has trouble taking care of his disabled dog that is because in the car stolen was a specialized wheelchair for his pit bull. it is worth $500 and. the dog has trouble using his back legs and needs the wheelchair. all want is my dogs wheelchair that is the only thing really important my car to, but the main thing is him i
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