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they've been waiting 18 years to recover their daughter's body. and now they're able to bury her but her parents say that's not enough. amber lee is live where authorities have focused their search for additional victims of the two serial killers. >> reporter: 1,000 bones were unearth from this property. as investigators consider whether to dig up a second well we spoke to the parents of the first victim to be identified. in the small central valley town of clemens, the porch light is on as it is every night at the home of cindy vanderhiten who wept missing -- went missing. a symbol of her parents wait. but her parents tonight say the light will stay on for all the unidentified victims of shermantine and herzog. >> a lot of families that need
closure, and my porch light will stay on forever. because my home is always welcome. and i want them to find hope. >> reporter: the vanderhite n's say they never stopped searching for their daughter. they say she met herzog at the bar they used to own. >> it's sad that we'll never be able to bring her home alive. but it's good that we will be able to give her a proper burial. >> i told him there was no way in hell i would pay somebody that murdered my daughter. and so they said it was blood money and i would never do that. >> reporter: but the family says they are grateful to
padilla. he convinced shermantine to reveal the grave site for money. herzog killed himself last month. the family says says they want shermantine to -- other families still waiting and wondering include the mother of a young stockton woman who disappeared without a trace 23 years ago. she is anxious for the search to continue. >> it's like a roller coaster ride because when i learned they were going to start digging, i got my hopes up and thought we're finally going to get a closure to it. >> reporter: kaiser is hoping authorities will dig up two other wells near that one in l
i --lindon. a lay off threat at american medical response says amr is asking for them for a 25% pay cut. the service is also thinking about walking away from their contract with bay area hospitals. we made inqueries in colorado but so far have not received a response. berkeley police are facing criticism tonight for their handling of a homeowners report of a trespasser over the weekend. it ended with the homeowner being beaten to death.
>> reporter: police say they were short in manpower, and they were responding only to high risk calls. >> robert sinai was a good friend of the victim. >> he raised two wonderful boys. and now he's no longer with us. i'm very sad about that. >> reporter: berkeley police say they received a call on their nonemergency line from cooker about a strange person on his property. but because officers were monitoring an occupy protest they were only responding to criminal in progress emergency calls. then a second call from the same address. this time from cooker's wife.
she called 911 after hearing her husband screaming. police say officers were immediately dispatched. >> well i think one of the things that it shows is how limited our resources. >> reporter: are like many other cities, berkeley has endured cuts to its police department. the president of the police officers association telling me tonight that in 1996 the force was 200 plus strong. today there are 163 sworn officers. neighbors say they feed uneasy about the random weekend attack and police staffing. >> i think that's a statement of where our resources are going and our priorities. >> reporter: about a block from where cougar was dragged to the bushes and beaten to death, police arrested a 23-year-old man from alameda who has a history of mental illness. reporting live tonight, i'm heather holmes. that 23-year-old suspect now behind bars is tony duwith.
his son was 18-year-olds old when he identified as a schizophrenic. >> our system is such that you go in, they shove them with anti psychotics and put them out again. in nine minutes, a bay area neighborhood targeted by vandals. the clues police have in their search for whoever is launching rocks into people's homes. a third marine is said to face court marshal tomorrow for haying a marine who killed himself. lance corporate harry lew committed suicide. just hours before that he was assaulted and humiliated by three marines because lew fell asleep on duty. one of those marines pleaded guilty. the other was demoted. harry lew's family is angry. >> don't think justice has been
served. what's hard is to see what's the best outcome from this and that is that the military changes its attitude toward hazing. >> reporter: another asian american soldier private danny chin also committed suicide allegedly after ongoing hazing also in afghanistan. the court marshal is set for tomorrow in hawaii. the occupy movement came to the front gate of san quentin today. three of the protesters who showed up today recently made national headlines. hundreds of prison reformed activists merged with occupy oakland to occupy san quentin. people here demanded an end to the death penalty and complained that far more poor people are looked away than those with money. they also say there's few opportunities for those who come out. >> look on your application, convicted of a felony. you think they'll give me a
job. you think they put that down so i can make sure i get housing. >> among those here, the two former prisoners held in iran. >> i know what that life is like. i know what it is like not to have control. and it's a terrible life. >> reporter: police were in position in case any protesters tried to the áf go through the gates. the roads in and around quintin were closed. people could not drive in and out. >> i interrupted my day, my day off of work. but it's making me pay attention to what's going on. >> reporter: the protesters also urged the public to contact governor jerry brown's office demanding prison reforms. at san quentin, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. oakland police say a man
shot by an officer during a foot chase late last night was carrying a gun. police say the officer pulled over a car containing two robbery suspects on 62nd avenue around 11:30 last night. a passenger ran from that car. the officer gave chase and shot him. police say they did recover a gun at the scene. the wounded man is hospitalized in stable condition tonight. the second person drove off during the incident and has not been found. oakland major jean quan led an effort to stop the violence. jean was joined by dozens of people. she encouraged unemployed adult and teens to come to a job fair next wednesday. howard jordan was also there to talk about a gun buy back effort. he wants people to call a gun tip hot line if they know of someone with a gun. finally a rescue plan is in the works to tackle the debt
crisis in greece. that allows greece to receive a $170 billion bail out. a separate agreement was forged with private investors. without them greece could have gone bankrupt. so far though asian markets don't appear to be impressed and are lower in early trading. the price at the pump is rising, now above $4 a gallon in much of the bay area. republicans say it's also rising as a viable election issue. and the big warm up headed our way. it wasn't that warm today but it will be tomorrow. daytime highs tomorrow warmer than we've seen in a while. i'll have the forecast for your neighborhood. and hundreds and [ other merv ] welcome back to the cleaning games.
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international marketplace. >> reporter: some republicans say president obama's stance on a controversial pipeline from canada is contributing to higher fuel prices. >> this is a president who said no to the keystone pipeline even though that will bring more oil to the u.s. including oil coming from montana and nebraska. >> he hasn't said no, he said no to the rout that has been picked. they're looking at an alternative rout. >> i wouldn't say that i blame president obama. seems like though the republicans try to blame him for everything. >> reporter: presidents are paying $4.24 a gallon for premium. >> all politics. democrats, republicans, independents. >> reporter: republican candidate newt gingrich says if he's elected he will bring prices down. >> $2.50 is not an unconceivable number. explains to you why anything you want to do for the american people can't be done. >> there are no magic bullets to solve this problem. we're going to have to do all of these things. we're going to have to look for
more energy here at home, we're going to have to conserve energy. we're going to have to make the energy we use more efficient. more details now why prices have crept higher. right now the regular in san francisco is $4.08. a month ago it was $3.75 a gallon. a year ago it was $3.62 a gallon. on our facebook page tonight we asked how high prices have to take before your change your driving habits. michael mann writes, i have already changed my habits. but $5 is my limit. >> share your opinion on facebook, look for facebook.com/ktvu. we have learned the name of
one of the two lucky pilots who both walked away from a midair crash. it happened around 8 miles south of the rio vista airport. a student pilot was navigating the chopper. we're finding out more about a deadly crash in san jose this evening. it happened on the northeast capital expressway. police say there were eight family members without seat belts inside the suv when it flipped. two people were ejected including victor gomez mendoza who died. the family was returning from a trip to mexico and the driver may have lost control because the road was wet. the driver was not cited or arrested. whoever was behind a rocket
attack used some kind of launching attack to make the damage worse. the attacks all happened in a neighborhood in south lasco road. if not for one thing, her infant daughter might have been seriously injured, possibly even killed. i looked and i saw this through the window and i thought. oh my god. >> reporter: when this livermore mother returned home, she was shocked by what she found in her 1-year-old daughter's nursery. >> pretty scary. there was glass all over it. she wasn't home, thank god. >> reporter: the rock flu threw the baby's room, punching a hole in her wall. if she were not at her grandmother's house she would have been injured. police believe a group of vandals is behind the thousands
of dollars of damages to window, mailboxes and cars including several windows at vineyard high alternative school. >> they're using some sort of device to launch the rocks. the speed and velocity they are going through, so many barriers, they're going through double pane windows, walls. >> reporter: they also have a video that could help catch the vandals. a neighbor who heard a noise captured this on his home surveillance system just before 2:00. it shows a white car leaving the area of charlotte common and charlotte way. police say the vandals are using this type of decorative yard rock. and because of this kind of damage, they are planning extra patrol. the garbage collection company recology is offering an apology to their customers. their customers were overcharged last month. residents were charged an
increase of nearly 10%. recology says customers will get a credit next month. the writer fired for writing a racially charged headline is apologizing tonight. espn fired federico and suspended an anchor who used the same phrase. for his part, lin said he didn't think it was intentional and doesn't care anymore. it is the highest civilian award in the u.s., honda's family was september to an internment camp in 1942. the next year handa served in the military. byron's wife and son mike handa will receive the award in san jose on thursday.
a few light sprinkles out there last night no big deal. this has been the story of our winter. these rainfall accumulations have been so so light and they are going to continue that way actually. we have no real rain in the forecast for the next few dayings. - - few days. the highs are warmer as high pressure settles in. that goes to 70 tomorrow. take a look at the numbers. here's today, san francisco 57, concord 60, all the way up. not what you would expect for this time of year. it has been dry and now it's going to be warm. temperatures could get warmer than that as we go into the midweek. five day forecast with your weekend in view coming up in just a few minutes. half a billion dollars dolled out to the dead. also apple settles
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>> owners of the iphone four are going to be offered their choice of a free case for their phone or a check for $15 after a legal settlement involving the phone's reception problems. iphone released the phone in 2010 but owners quickly complained of called drops. apple settled the class action lawsuit over the weekend. eligible customers are expected to receive an e-mail from apple in april. now to the race for the republican nomination. and rick santorum's controversiable remarks. santorum campaigned in my channel began it holds its primary in the next few days. santorum has had to answer remarks on president obama's theology and certain women's initiatives. santorum trails in delegates but has surged in polls
nationwide. the campaign saying he's the campaign's best candidate to beat president obama. robert handa is joining us right -- lloyd lacuesta is joining us right now. >> reporter: we found people with strong feelings about rick santorum. not necessarily positive. >> i believe that there is a lot of anger toward women and we need somebody to represent the country that is equal, that is not bias to sex, race, creed. >> i can't abide some of his ideology. when he starts talking, when he gets a sort of stiff spine about religion. >> reporter: yes the former pennsylvania senator is now considered the republican's front runner for the party's presidential nomination. the gallop poll gives him a 10% lead over mitt romney. a san jose state political scientist says the anybody but
mitt attitude probably may play a role. >> he comes across as very genuine. whether you agree with him or not. secondly he appeals very strongly to the conservative element and the tea party element. >> reporter: uncertain how he will play with the democratic delegates. the former head of the california republican party says accomplished gop leaders do not feel santorum is a candidate they want running against president obama. >> i think the feeling is he's just not electable given his positions and his conduct in the last few days, they feel
he's gotten away from focus. a scathing report reveals the u.s. government september $15,000 in checks to people who are diseased. the $600 billion was sent out over the past five years. some congressional leaders want to create a so called do not pay registry. but one taxpayers group says the solution is much simpler. >> this is not rocket science. this is saying, this person no longer is alive. they should not be getting a pension. so this is not something that you need to have a committee hering, you don't need -- hearing, you don't need to have all those metrics just stop what you're doing. >> it has recovered $100 million out of that 600 million that was improperly paid out. neighbors say it's a nuisance, a ranch in the middle
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[ seagulls squawking ] neighbors on a small street in castro valley say they are facing a big problem. one that's getting larger and louder all the time. they called ktvu to investigate a growing rooster farm and as eric rasmussen shows us, they fear it's a danger to the birds and the people who live near them. even from a distance -- >> it's nonstop. >> neighbors can't avoid the sound. >> yeah there's a lot of roosters crawling. >> reporter: they're not showing their faces but people
who live next to this sprawling complex of rooster pens on sunny slope avenue in castro valley say the noise isn't the only reason they're speaking up. >> i haven't seen anything that would give me anything, but 300 roosters would lead me to believe they're fighting them some where. >> reporter: an animal control officer sent this letter to neighbors that nunez had applied for a permit to have 300 roosters. but even though neighbors expressed opposition say nothing has been done. there are now between 400 and 500 roosters here and that the property owner makes $5,000 a month renting space to the birds owners. >> hi mr. nunez this is eric rasmussen with ktvu channel 2. >> reporter: despite several attempts we could not reach nunez to ask him about it. >> is jose here? >> no. >> mr. nunez.
>> no. >> reporter: this woman who lives here gave us part of the story. >> he rents to people. and they keep roosters here. >> reporter: are those roosters used for fighting? >> no. >> reporter: she says they are just for show. but long time cock fighting expert isn't convinced. >> this is all consistent with what we would term a cock fighting operation. >> we did search the property and there are more than the animals that they asked to be allowed. >> reporter: there's no evidence the birds are actually fighting on the property. >> is there any question that that's what they're keeping them for? >> well, again. i've been in this line of work a little while and i've been on the wrong side of
assumptionless. a s sumptionless -- assumptions. so it's better to have evidence. >> for some agencies they think it's tough to prove, it isn't. >> reporter: experts say cock fighting operations are magnets for other crimes and disease. the áf the operation here means more traffic than their small neighborhood can handle. >> it's very frustrating. we're taxpayers, we pay a lot of money on our taxes to not have this element in our neighborhood. in castro valley, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. and we postall of our special reports at ktvu.com. just look for the tab on the front page. in sacramento a bill has been introduced in the assembly to keep food trucks away from
schools. it would bar food trucks from being 1,500 feet from schools. santa cruz democrat bill monoing says he's concerned that the trucks are offering unhealthy food. >> this is an effort not to ban the trucks, not to take away their licenses. just to put into place some prohibitions during school hours. >> reporter: the bill would also give local health agencies more control over food trucks. santa cruz and nevado already have similar rules. the rule could make it difficult for food trucks to operate any where in the city since cities generally have several schools. the caffeine comes in a powder form and it's packed into pouches or tubes. it's being sold in new york, massachusetts and online. lawmakers say they worry teenagers could abuse it and question it's billing as a dietary supplement. the company that makes aero shot says it contains the same
amount of caffeine as a large cup of coffee. ktvu has been looking into aero shot as well. tomorrow what we learned about the caffeine inhaler during our investigation as well as some of the risks that come with it. one bill already submitted was prompted by a 911 call for actress demi moore. she was rushed to the hospital back in january and later details from that 911 call were released to the public including details about her symptoms. assemblywoman torrez says her legislation would keep that kind of personal information private. critics say 911 disclosure helps ensure that dispatchers, police and energy crews are doing their jobs. among other bills introduced, the head of friday's deadline is one that would cap public employee pensions at $100,000 a year or $80,000 with the social security. another would prohibit a foreclosure while the borrower is negotiating a loan modification and a third would
allow the sale of certain homemade foods including baked goods and candy. one of the last survivors of the great 1906 earthquake died over the weekend at the age of 109. a tribute to rose cliberg took place this afternoon. that's been the traditional gathering spot over the years for those who survived the quake. cliver's nephew recalled what her aunt recalled about the actual earthquake. >> the actual jolt, she doesn't remember getting out of bed. but she does remember going up bernal hill. she was 3-1/2. she was a little frightened. >> reporter: cliver was one of three last survivors. nearly one year after the
all of us need to get involved to help kids stay focused and stay in school. we must become a nation of graduates. one way for you to help is to volunteer as a mentor. think of a mentor as a guide, someone who is there to listen, to offer encouragement and to help a young person stay on the path to success. each of our children has hopes and dreams for their future. help them get there. become a mentor. a woman who lives in santa cruz for part of the year is one of the survivors of a deadly avalanche. the wall of snow killed three people yesterday in a mountain outside of seattle. alise is a proskier. she deployed a safety air bag that provided boyansee as the
avalanche overwhelmed her. the fire started just pwáfr -- before 5:00 a.m. today just east of the altamere expressway. most of the damage happened in the second floor of that building which is where lucky star tattoo is located. this is all that's left after flames tore through la rosa market on 23rd street in richmond. the fire department says this fire started at about 3:15 this morning in the back of the business. officials say it caused about $200,000 in damage and forced the market to shut down. no one was hurt. investigators are still trying to figure out what in serbia fr
causing problems. one of the floating nightclubs sank. in japan, operators of the damaged nuclear power plant in fukushima gave journalists a look at the site and the devastation is still very apparent. it was nearly a year ago that the 9.0 quake and tsunami hit that plant and knocked out the coolant of six reactors. it'll take 15 to 20 years to fully clear that plant. america in mexico promised to work together while drilling. clinton said reservoirs benefit both countries. today is the 50th anniversary of john glen's historic flight as the first american to orbit the earth. on february 20th, 1952, glen
climb into the friendly friendship seven module and he circled the earth three times. many people we talked to today said it is something they will never forget. >> the whole space program was a full deal. i remember watching it in the mornings when it came on the tv shows. it took your breath away. >> i remember it was very inspirational. >> i remember it like yesterday. the former astronaut and u.s. senator from ohio is now 90 year old. he made history again in 1988, at the age of 87 glen became the oldest astronaut to go to the international spaceship. take a look. this is the tiny narrow leafed campian. the food was stored by a
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traffic is flowing across the westbound lanes of the bay bridge tonight after opening 34 hours ahead of schedule. ktvu's alex savidge tells us why everything went so smoothly and if commuters will find problems tomorrow. >> reporter: the newly reassigned portion of the upper deck is clearly marked with a caution sign for drivers. that's because the lanes have shifted slightly about 40 feet
south. but drivers don't seem worried. >> expecting, almost the same. >> reporter: caltrans said an early opening was a possibility and by sunday night they had officially made the announcement. work crews had planned for weather problems. >> reporter: alderton is a mushroom suppliers for several san francisco restaurants. he planned for the bridge to be closed until tuesday morning and he made early deliveries. >> it's a relief, i thought i was going to have to go back with all the workers back that way. >> reporter: while the changes aren't dramatic, caltrans is still telling drivers to take
it easy the first time they go across. alex savidge. more details now on the partial closure of the bay bridge this weekend. b.a.r.t. says it had near record numbers. saturday b.a.r.t. had more than 236,000 riders. the fifth highest ever. and sunday 178,000 people took b.a.r.t. one of two men suspected of robbing and sexually assaulting a woman was booked into jail. police said they arrested maurice vernon. police say vernon and nicoles held a gun to the woman's head, robbed they are then sexually assaulted her in in a ferry parking lot. some unexciting moments at
disney. a parkgoers was caught on tape attacking several guards. one guard was taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries. that park is located right next to disneyland which is billed as the happiest place on earth. a campaign by teenagers against bullying. >> reporter: jonah mawry says he's been bullied since he was in first place. a video he posted about being bullying has been seen by hundreds. teens want to enlist lady gaga and president obama in their crusade. anti smoking advocates team up with james bruner today. brunner along with volunteers
with the lung association and clinica de la rasa joined to announce signs for no smoking. >> it is that time of year for an unusual optical illusion at yosemite national park. this is a picture from yosemite of a water fall. the water cascading over dark rock looks more like lava. the phenomenon lasts only a few hours a day and will probably only last a few days this year. the weekend a bit cloudy and cool in places. but not this weekend, it's going to be warm and it's going to be dry. you can see the clouds lingering up in the north bay.
a little patchy valley fog but shouldn't be widespread. forecast overnights will be in the 40s. tomorrow, with the winds starting to come a little offshore, temperatures are going to warm up. calls have been streaming in all day. we're down here away from the rain and that's how it stays this week. it is dry all week. high pressure sets up, high pressure settles in. gives you a little fog and jacks for temperatures. you're going to see numbers go into the 70s. what you're going to notice. you note it last week and this
week. pwhrosz -- blossoms on tree. and tree pollens, they really mess with people and they will start to come out. you will start to notice this a little bit. tuesday at 5:00, we went through the whole day with clouds. wednesday, thursday. you know where i'm going with this. friday, saturday, sunday. daytime highs well above the average. 65 in pacifica, 66 in san francisco, and up to almost 70 degrees in brentwood. so we are in for a very warm day. i'll get out of way here and you can see half-moon bay at 66. santa cruz 58 and 69 in livermore. what are you going to do? we need the rain. we're welcome -- we're lucky it rained a lot last year. we're headed for more of the same. all the 70s, one of the nicest february weeks i can remember. here we are january, february, coming to thanks for joining
us. nbc nightly the end of february. >> good thing we got a lot last year. we would be really hurting right now. >> thanks, bill. some of the clothes that whitney houston wore on the bodyguard are going up on auction. a pair of earrings along with a vest and a black dress that houston wore in the film are being sold. the earrings are listed at $400, the dress is listed at $1,000. although the items are expected to go for more than that. if
skiers finally got what they wanted this holiday weekend up in the sierra. the resorts say they are happy with the clouds and skiers say the conditions were excellent. mark joins us now with sports. it looks like a good night tonight for the warriors. >> yeah, i think so. what i mean by that you know i guess you could look at it like this in the short term, pretty
nice little one against one of the nba echelon team. think about the here and now pretty nice. clippers attract a sell out crowd and they wanted to see this. chris paul, blake griffin ramming it home. 29 points for griffin tonight. but efke is the one who stole the show. his first start. and curry with the pass to udo who slams and he had 19 points and eight rebounds. nip and tuck final minutes monta with a floater. he had 32 tonight. warriors up three. then to seal it it's nate robinson. it finds it's way down through the hoop. 94-27 the full-time and the warriors know how to close this thing out for a change 9-0 run to end it.
meantime the circus is coming to oakland but not until june because manny has a drug suspension to fulfill. a move that kind of smells of desperation. the a's have signed rams to a one year agreement. $500,000. they feel he could bring a few people out to the yard the see his act which has grown really tired in recent years. meantime, a's fans would probably be a lot more excited if this was the guy sauntering into their camp. pujols dressed for the first time in angels gear. he shows up to camp way ahead of schedule to begin bonding with his mates and begin the first of a 10 year $240 million year. with that short porch stadium, new york wants anyone who swings the bat from the left side. raul ibanez fits the mold. everyone at age 39 they're hoping he has a little pop
left. it's a one year, $1.1 million agreement with the yankees. even in football, beauty as they say in the eye of the beholder. any raider fan will tell you -- an ugly season trying to defend the pass. penalized a league high 17 timeless. gave up eight touchdown passes and were relieved from oakland. but the kansas city chiefs, what do they see in them. something. they reward him with a three year deal with $11 million. 6million of that guaranteed. stanford rout find himself a job. that's the sporting life for a monday night and we'll see how the whole manny ramirez thing works out. maybe i'll eat my words. >> let's hope so. >> he's hoping so. >> i don't think it's a great deal for the a's. >> we'll find out. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we'll see you next time news breaks. >> the ktvu here tomorrow morning at 4:30, with the new commute in the upper deck of
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