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story as investigators re-open a mystrious cold case...a 14 year-old boy -- who disappeared decades ago. =raj/2-shot= good evening, i'm raj mathai. =jess/2-shot= and i'm jessica aguirre. daniel naylor went missing in1982. he was considered a runaway-until police found right now at 11:00, investigators reopen a cold case of a missing child. >> he was considered a run away until police found new evidence. >> terry mcsweeney is in fremont this evening, the last player
where daniel maile where are was seen. >> 14-year-old daniel mailer was last reportedly spotted leaving this house here more than 33 years ago. reasonly, fremont reopened the case. she executed a search warpt here, which included digging up the backyard. >> this is a picture of 14-year-old daniel mailer in 1982, about the time he disappeared. police were told he had an argument with his father and left, never to be seen again. fremont police told me they're reinterviewing family members again. shortly after he vanished, daniel's bye bicycle was found. a month later, someone got into the family home and took all of daniel's belongs. this past summer, after age rendering sketch, fremont police
were told of a man who looked similar. police did revisit the case and found enough unsettingsing information to reopen it. >> i'm very surprised that the family is being investigated for the disappearance of their son because, from all the information that we know about, we assumed, like everybody else in the community, that young danny ran away. >> fremont police aren't saying what if anything they found from the dig in the backyard. they're asking the public if you remember anything from that time, back in october of 1982 or, as you look at that picture of the new daniel mailer, if anything jogs your memory, just
the smallest thing, it could be a big break. a kidnapping and sexual assault on the streets of oakland. investigators now fear this could be expected to another attack. this happened around 1:30 in the morning on sunday. a woman was walking down broadway by 23rd avenue. that's when police say a man with a gun forced her into a secluded area, robbed and sexually assaulted her. police just released the photo of the man they think may be responsible. but they are attempting to find a better image of the man's face. they want the public to be extra vigilant because they say he may be behind a attempted sexual assault that occurred back in november, as approximately. police say a man in a security guard uniform pretended to be a police officer and touched a woman inappropriately. this is luis diaz. investigators say early saturday morning, he helped a woman and her friend trying to fix their car at a penalty in mountain view. diaz then gave a woman a ride
home in his security vehicle and that's when she told police he sexually battered here. communities came to a crashing halt this afternoon. a cal train crashed into an unoccupied car in sunnyvale. there were no injuries. it caused a 90-minute delay. >> it's going to take a lot more money and a lot more time to rescue $300 million delayed south bay hospital project. nbc bay area first broke the story of the santa clara hospital building that missed its announced public opening last september. our investigation revealed the facility was nowhere near completion. that controversy led to the county firing turner construction. nbc has learned that the county is looking at a new report that shows it will take $126 million more and another year to get that facility ready. well, the countdown is on. super bowl 50 is just a few weeks away.
for some locals living near levi stadium, they're super concerned. one in particular is dreading the big game which could come with big problems. barry is live tonight near catherine hughes elementary and they have a list of concerns. >> yeah. there are many of them, including parking issues. if you're asking, why here, why this neighborhood, take a look. it's basically in the shadow of levi neighborhood. like it or not, this super bowl is on its way. the turf for the big game was installed in lee va stadium today. and tonight, the people who live just outside of it shared concerns with the santa clara police chief. some worry about access to
emergency vehicles. >> others are worried people will walk through their yard and cra trash on their streets. as for people trying to park here and walk to the game, the neighborhood already has strict rules for that. each of them was given a sticker to show they're not simply a fan trying to score free parking. >> so that they can go through their checkpoints rapidly. if not, ask the reason for being here and typically to turn people around. >> chief mike seller says all the concerns are being addressed. he says the biggest impact may be a road closure. public transportation will operate on a different schedule. >> the rail will be slightly
changed the night prior to the game. >> back to the neighborhood, there will be more officers patrolling, released for what will be a stressful week for these people. >> i'm looking forward to it. as long as things are controlled by the public officers. >> areawide, some of the congestion will be eased because they have some serious traffic plans for 101. the chief told me tonight he plans to use some of what he learns during the super bowl for the next regular season. ian cole, nbc bay area news. tomorrow is decision day. a judge says he will make a decision and that ongoing battle between the nfl and a youth soccer league. the soccer field, right next to levi stadium are being 2r6r78d into the temporary media center for the super bowl.
what's happening with the raiders? are they moving to l.a.? tonight, raiders owner mike davis is in houston waiting for approval from his fellow nfl orthopedics. the owners are meeting in texas and are expected to vote on the fate of the raiders, chargers and rams in the next 48 hours. all three teams want to relocate to the l.a. area. the raiders and chargers want to share a stadium in carson. the rams want to move to englewood. there are reports tonight claiming the rams and chargers would share a stadium, therefore leaving the raiders to stay in oakland. we have crews in houston covering the story the. we'll be following this on all our digital platforms. so where is he? a gunman is on the loose after shooting a sheriff's deputy at a high school campus. it happened saturday night at union city james logan high school. the deputy was volunteering at a school event when he noticed three men in a blockedoff area.
that deputy was shot in the leg. he's expected to be okay, though. police have this sketch with one of the men seen as a shooter. just minutes after being freed from jalt, a woman managed to get herself recrea-arrested deputies say it was deliberate. she allegedly smashed all the windows of those cars after deputies refused to take her into custody. the motive is unclear, but homeless advocates says her request is not uncommon during winter months. she's now under a mental health evaluation. it's going to take one more day to block that hole in fremont. pg&e was digging in this area and caused some damage. right now, the intersection of 50 and alvarez street is closed.
this is right off of auto mart parkway. good evening. i'm chief meteorologist jeff for ranieri. we'll have an updaylight on how much rain we'll get from this and the system coming in for the next six days. the final chapter for one of the bay area's most infamous and tragic moments. and an abandon dog making national headlines, but it's what a rescue group did after finding that dog that is attracting so much attention. gone tonight. the last known
died. he was 109 years old. nbc's bay area's jean elle has more. >> people say he brought history to life, especially when he made it down here to remember the earthquake anniversary. his passing is the end of an era, but it's not the end of a tradition. remembering the april 18th, 1906 earthquake and fire that devastated san francisco is a civic tradition. >> i've known well over 100, 150 survivors. >> lee has been making sure survivors get the royal treatment for 28 years. survivor bill delmonte stood out. >> he was a great storyteller. >> but after 109 years, the link to the past is gone. his family says just before his
110th birthday, he passed away. the housekeeper says delmonte was the last of a magical group. >> his sense of humor, it's wicked and rye. there is a light in the eye. there is an energy that you just get from them. >> after you're thrown out of bed at 5:00 in the morning and the city is burning down around you, everything else is gravy. >> del monte group up watching the city come together to rebuild. in a statement, the mayor says his legacy is a true reminer of how resilient our city is and he represents the people of san francisco. del monte and other survivors will be missed this year at the 110th commemoration. >> it was rebuild from the ashes and that's why we celebrate. >> and during that celebration, every year on april 18th, the
city puts a wreath on the fountain. this year, it will be dedicated to del monte. all right. thank you very much, jean. he kept so many people from so many different backgrounds, all with his music and that showmanship. tonight, the world continues to mourn the passing of iconic david bowie. ♪ ground control to major tom yes passed after what his family says was an 18-month battle with cancer. his death comes two days after he turned 69. he released nearly 50 albums. his albums and performs were unique and grabbed much attention. what you may not know is that bowie was no stranger to the music scene in san francisco. in fact, in 1972, he recorded this video in the city.
tonight and all through the day, fans gathered at bowie's star on the hollywood walk of fame. just last year, bowie released an album called "black star." his record was a carefully orchestrated final farewell to her fans. our coverage of the death of david bowie continues across our websites. do we need to change our signs on where to go to the bathroom? a politician says it's a matter of common sense. though held a rally in support
of legislation he plans to introduce tomorrow. he wants all san francisco businesses and city buildings to des egg nate all single stall bathrooms as gender neutral. >> going to the bathroom should not be something that actually threatens people in the city of san francisco. people should not be afraid to do something as basic as actually going to the rest room. >> a washington, d.c. was the first city to mandate gender neutral bathrooms. berkeley, new york city and philadelphia are among other cities that are following suit. a hot spot near the golden gate bridge may be getting too popular. drivers are complaining of big backups because so many people want to go and visit vista point. when it's crowded, traffic on 101 across the bridge can come to a grinding halt. >> it backs out on to the exit ramp and that is essentially on to the golden gate bridge,
blocking the curve lane indefinitely. >> one solution includes only allowing buses to use the vista point exit. they also want a temporary permit to allow them to monitor the area during the super bowl festivities. there will be a lot of people here and a lot of people getting wet, too. but that's still a little bit away. >> we have so much to digest over the next couple of weeks in terms of what storm systems could be coming our way. but most immediately, we have that storm system offshore ahead of the cold front. and a few showers likely in the next few hours near the california and oregon border. for us, as we head through tomorrow morning, it should stay dry. temperatures in the 40s. 46 for the north bay. maybe some spotty drizzle out there towards the golden gate bridge in san francisco. 45 for the peninsula. 46 for the south bay. let's take you into the timeline of this storm system.
cold front begins to move in by 5:00 tomorrow night. we likely will not see the first rain drops until tomorrow evening. 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, middletown, santa rosa and point reyes. tomorrow evening, you're still dry down towards san jose. we'll see that heavier rainfall move across in the overnight hours of wednesday. 2:00 to 5:00 in the morning as that cold front passes. possibly some isolated embedded thunderstorms and winds 20 to about 40 miles per hour. after that, we keep scattered showers, maybe an isolated shower or thunderstorm into the afternoon by wednesday. it's going to be just like we've had in the weeks past quickly after this storm, a new one lines up by thursday at 11:00 a.m. how much rainfall will we get snp it's pretty decent. nothing to cause major river flooding. we'll get at least a half inch in the south bay, also from san
francisco. right up here towards santa rosa to ukia, anywhere from about 1 to 2 inches with this storm system. the farther north you go, the heavier that rainfall will be. for tuesday, partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with us. milder out ahead of this system. for morgan hill, 63. at the immediate coastline, it will stay cloudy all day long and 357 in pick pacifica. chowdy throughout the san francisco marina. for the mission, temps in the 50s. we have sunshine mixed in. napa, 62 degrees. cloudy in santa rosa. back towards the east bay fremont, partly sunny, walnut creek expecting 62 and mostly cloudy. what's coming our way? that storm system we have as we head throughout wednesday.
wednesday, rain and gusty winds. by thursday evening and friday morning, more rain coming our way. not a large storm. saturday could be more of a moderate rain in the morning with rain and wind. by sunday evening, seeing the potential of scattered rain. with all of these storms systems, 1 to 2 1/2 inches. over the next ten days, we could see a total of six different storms. that may mean in ten days five plus inches for the north bay and at least 3 inches from san francisco down to san jose. this is exactly what we wanted. the thing to watch out for is maybe some river flooding ten days out from now. we'll have to wait and see. up next, one man mall rescue group's open letter over an abandon dog. >> and we have jimmy. >> hey wab guys. we have kim and donald trump republican presidential candidate.
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note directed at a dog owner that abandoned his pup. the emotionally charged facebook post appeared last week a note directed at a dog owner that abandon his pup. the emotionally charged post appeared last week and now it's gone viral. in it, a worker from the central valley described the dog abandon on the side of the road wining and waiting for the owner to return. in fact, this is video of that. the loyal dog, allegedly sitting there for days starving and cold and wimpering until workers finally managed to get a leash on him and get him to the shelter. the post said, in part, he is a very good dog. you were a bad friend. you abandoned someone that would give his life for you. someone who doesn't care how long you stayed away at work. he won't be waiting for you any more. the workers at the shelter named the dog banjo.
he's in good spirits. and guess what? banjos has a lot of potential owners now clamoring to take the faithful furry friend home for good. >> very nice. a little problem here. take a look. the driver of this car parked a little too close to lake erie overnight. this is in buffalo. the waves splashed up and sprayed the entire side of the kwar. >> wow. >> several inches of ice over the doors and windows. yeah. no complaining from us on the weather. >> a big night for the sharks and the warriors and, of course, the national title in college football. geraud on cam no panic.... no
heros..... no losses! good eveningau we always feel like we have an opportunity to win games, no matter how we're playing, really. >> no panic, no heros and no loss. >> team play, the main ingredient for the warriors suspect-0 home start coming into tonight's game against miami. dwyane wade and company trying to end that perfect home record. we'll jump right to the third quarter.
game tieded at 56. curry, around the back dish to draymond green. it doesn't go, but he gets the foul. great creativity. shawn livingston, iguodala for the alley-oop dunk. baseline pass. he throws down the two-happened flush. 22 points, 12 rebounds for green. warriors now, 18-0 at home, 111-103 the final. sharks and gal garyes. san jose power play. brett burns from point-blank range. 44-3. back on top, sharks, finds the back of the net. his 12th of the season. san jose gets the 5-4 victory. on the national stage, 2016 college football playoffs, the national championship game, alabama and clemson. fourth quarter tied at 24. after converting a field goal,
executes the on-side kick to perfection. that leads to this. a 51-yard touchdown pass. from jake to o.j., no touchdowns since 2013. he had two tonight. tied up 7. clemson cut the deficit to four after a field goal. but on the ensuing kickoff, another special team gem from the clemson tide. drake around the left side and a sprint to the house. 95 yards with a dive to the pylon for a touchdown. bama wouldn't look back. the they hold on to win their fourth national title in seven years. 45-40. the 49ers acquired permission from the new york giants to interview tom cough lin today. two super bowl victories also was interviewed for the philadelphia eagles job earlier today. and one final note, giants color
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