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tonight, a peninsula neighborhood put on nic right now at 11:00, don't drink the tap water! tonight, a peninsula neighborhood put on notice after someone tampered with the nearby water storage tank. the question now, why? the news at 11:00 starts right now. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm janelle wang sitting in for raj and jessica. what was a vandal up to no good? has the big question tonight in south san francisco after someone climbed onto a water
storage tank and attempted to pry open a top hatch. nbc is live in south city at a bottle watered distribution center. people there aren't taking any chances. >> reporter: janelle, authorities are not really sure if those vandals were actually able to get into the tank. they have run preliminary tests. so far they haven't found anything dangerous in the water. but you can see there is a stack of bottled water there beyond this chain-link fence. that's for residence who have been told just to be on the safe side, don't drink the tap water. most house holds in the sunshine gardens area got one or two cases of water for the light. >> hopefully that will last me. hopefully this will be taken care of tomorrow. >> got a e-mail saying don't drink the water. i came out and got a case as soon as i got off of work. >> reporter: flyers from distributed on residents' doors
warning about the drinking water. this is the scene in the morning. a lock leading up to one of the storage tanks was cut. then they realized someone had climbed onto the tank. >> we're not sure if it was breached or not. it is a very heavy device. >> reporter: workers began flushing waters in the nairds neighborhoods to clear the system and they took something dangerous from the tank to make sure something had been dumped into the water. >> all measurements are normal. we feel comfortable with that. >> reporter: still, some residents have been told to ooenl only drink or cook with bottlesed water. >> just getting home from work. i was going to make dinner but we are going to look for someplace to go out. >> reporter: they have taken additional samples and sent those to a lab for further analysis. they are going to be getting those results tomorrow afternoon. and that's when residents will be told if they can go from bottled water back to tap water.
reporting live in south san francisco, i'm sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. thank you. in other news a tragic visit to san francisco. a 33-year-old australian tourist is killed outside a hotel. tonight, new details on how he died. nbc no.'s jean elle is in san francisco with the it laest on the investigation. we have heard police detained two people. any arrests yet. >> reporter: at this point police are careful to say two people are detained and no one is under arrest. while investigators here work to figure out exactly what happened, news of the tourist's death has people here in san francisco alarmed. and people are alarmed in australia. >> looked for paramedics and policemen. and they are working on someone. >> reporter: this retired australian police officer got up at 2:00 this morning when he heard sirens outside his room at the da vinci villa hotel on van
necessary. the medical examiner says the man on the ground was 33-year-old matthew bate, an australian visiting san francisco. police say he died died from injuries he received during a fight. mclennon says it looked like he was sucker punched. >> looked like he has been in a fight and someone hit their head on the ground. what we call a keen hit in australia. >> reporter: while police worked on bate, police went door to door at the hotel. >> can i help you? >> and he said yes, ma'am, i need to see your room. and barged in and flashed their lights around. >> reporter: police say they detained two people but won't say if they were staying at the hotel. as news fgs australian tourist's death tread is around the world. this mclennon daughter worried her relative was the victim. >> she yot upset and sent messages. everything is fine for us. >> reporter: relief for one
family. ing any for the bate family. the mclennon family says they won't forget what happened, but won't hold it against san francisco. >> we have problems, too. everywhere has problems. >> reporter: the bate family is heading here. a warn being five sent to five bay area restaurants. each of them received yellow fin hyun tuna that may be contaminated with hepatitis a. the recall started two weeks ago but was just announced today. one of those restaurants is noelani in san carlos, the other four are in san francisco and san rafael. tonight noelani tells nbc news we immediately removed questionable fish to ensure
guest safety. there are no reports of anyone getting sick from the fish yet. a popular east bay restaurant is back open after health inspectors shut it down after a rat infestation. lin's chinese buffet was closed earlier this week. health officials have since given it the all clear. new at 11:00 for the second day in row students at an east bay high school came to class to find racist graffiti scrawled across campus. students are shocked and disappointed and tom they say an underopen the of racism just coming to the surface this year. >> that's right janelle. it was the same thing we heard at a couple of other east bay high schools this spring a. small group of students, according to other students, who are racist or at least use racist speech who they say are hurting their friends and classmates and also hurting the reputations of their schools.
the high school's pavement has been their playground since they were grade schoolers. now seniors, just a week from graduation, they are concerned about the reputation of castro valley high school and about the feelings of their friends and classmates hurt by racist graffiti targeting african-american students. >> these pillars along right here is where it was written. >> one of robert's friends pointed it out to him thursday during class. >> from here it went down to that black gate. >> reporter: the n word prevalent in all the graffiti written in three locations on campus since wednesday night. >> you could see the n and he told me i was mad about it. i was like what are you talking about? i didn't know the graffiti happened. >> reporter: rebound's friend is one of numerous african-americans at castro valley who spoke out against the bigoted great feety and handed
out flyers to combat the racism. >> there's kids here that are racist, for sure. he says a small contingent is known to use racist speech. >> it makes me mad there is kids like this at my school. >> i don't like that it's at my school. >> reporter: we were not able to get a comment from the school district this evening but they did send home warnings to parents. also, we did hear from students who said that there has been a sheriff's deputy on campus asking questions from a lot of students trying to figure out who did this. we are live, thom jensen nbc bay area news live in castro valley. >> tomming thank you for the update. taking action in the midst of growing outrage over a bullying incident at san ramon valley high we have learned at least one student is being transferred this. comes after further review by the school district. the student is accused of videotaping a classmate using
the restaurant and posting it on social media. parent were notified of the decision today. >> reporter: questions swirl around the investigation between jared kushner and a russian banker. the fbi is looking into what was discussed in the december middle east meeting. the fwank and the white house told two different stories. the russian bank says it was about business. the white house says it was not. when the russian banker was asked about it during an economic conference in russia today, he said no comment. russian president vladimir putin sat down exclusively with msnbc's megyn kelly for his first u.s. tell vision interview since the 2016 presidential election. he is dismissing claims his government hacked the election offering his own version of the eechbds. >> translator: hackers can be everywhere, russia, asia, even in america, latin america, there can even be hackers by the way this the united states. very skillfully and
professionally shifted the blame as they say, onto russia. >> sunday night with megyn kelly premieres this sunday. you can watch her one on one interview with president putin on nbc bay area. it begins at 7:00. a new marketing tool for the california republican party. state gop leaders are using kathy griffin's attack on president trump as a way to so licit donations. in an e-mail sent this afternoon the california republican party called the comedian's photoof president trump's bloody severed head disrespectful and obscene. kathy griffin says despite her public apologies she is getting condemned and each bullied even by the first family. >> i feel, personally trying to ruin my life forever, forever. you guys know him. he's never going to stop. i know him. >> griffin has been fired from cnn and her upcoming stand up
shows in napa and grass valley have been canceled. wait until we get irs involved, too. we are going to ship everybody back to their own country. >> police threatening deportation in one of the nation's best known sanctuary cities. >> i'm vicky nguyen, up next, how we caught it on camera and what the police chief is saying now. i'm meteorologist jeff ra y rainiy. clear in san jose and in the 50s right now. i'll tell you about the clouds tomorrow modern that roll back into the forecast and how much cooler it will be this weekend. that's coming up in ten minutes. live-stream your favorite sport,
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undercover report by the a san francisco police officer is under investigation tonight following an undercover report by the nbc bay area investigative unit. the eternal affairs division is looking into whether the officer violated department policy in a verbal tirade we caught on camera. investigative reporter vicky nguyen first exposed the confrontation and joins us now
with details on this new investigation. >> reporter: last month we took our uncover cameras to a san francisco street corner to show you a marketplace where stolen goods are stole right out in the open. we didn't expect to record a plainclothesed san francisco police officer approaching a group of minorities and threatening to deport them. in san francisco, the corner of 7th and market is a bustling hot spot for hot homicide. >> [ bleep ] crab meat. >> reporter: we set up a watch to document the exchange of stolen goods. everything from crab meat to raw steaks. >> i just pulled it out ten minutes ago. >> make me a burr eato. >> reporter: what surprised us most, an he can change twan an sfpd officer and a group of hispanic man our cameras were rolling as he made deportation
threats in one of the most iconic sanctuary cities in the world. >> wait until we get ins involved. >> reporter: the complain clothes officer arrived with two areas and seemed unconcerned about revealing himself? you know when we're doing? taking your picture? we are taking your picture. no, no, we took your picture. oh, yeah. yeah, we took. >> i not doing nothing. >> oh, yeah, yeah, wait until we get ins involved in there, too. going to be awesome. ship everybody back to their own countries. >> reporter: san francisco police approximately see says officers shall not enforce immigration laws or assist in the enforce men of immigration laws unless there is an imminent danger. >> the officer did not know he was going filmed and obviously felt free to threaten people. >> reporter: jeff adachy is the
san francisco public defender. he has tried more than 150 jury cases since taking office in 2002. several involved sfpd and jim nation. could this just be a one-off statement of a frustrated officer lashing out? >> i understand that police officers can be frustrated. they are trying to do their jobs. but it's still no excuse. >> reporter: a police roster obtained by nbc bay area reveals badge 656 belongs to officer joch with a n. friday. sfpd decline to comment because of the ongoing investigation but confirmed he has been with the department ten years. we learned the officer has been on camera before, you tube video from 2011 shows him in a confrontation with a local rapper after the officer unplugged a boom box playing loud music. when the rapper refused the officer's commands to stop recording the officer moved forward and tried to slap the phone out of the man's hand.
a jury found the rapper guilty of obstruction of commands from a police officer. >> i'm curious what follow-up has occurred after that incident? >> that incident is under investigation by internal affairs. we do not engage in the work of enforce men for immigration laws. it's very clear, as a matter of fact. if that's violated, then disciplinary matters have been and will be taken. >> for a department trying to rebuild public trust, it's said this incident exposes how much work remains. >> this is something that should be investigated. hopefully there will be a strong edict from the sfpd. >> reporter: we reached out to the officer but he declined to
report. the department won't say whether he is still on the job as this investigation unfolds. but now the sfpd has reminded all officers about its rules. with the investigative unit, i am a vicky nguyen. back to you. >> if you have a tip for our investigative unit give us a call at 888-996-tips. you can also sent a e-mail to the union -- the unitat. city officials say at that pipe burst that was installed in the 1950s. dozens of homes lost water for most of the day. fire crews are gearing up for a busy wildfire season. they say you can, too. cal fire released an app that is called ready for wildfire.
it alerts you when you are within 30 miles of a wildfire. >> i will be getting that. >> i will be getting that, too. fire i think deer is not too bad. low this weekend? >> it could be worse this time of the year. we are looking at temperatures that are going to be cooling off and humidity also increasing just a little bit. >> now, nbc bay area micro climate area, certified the most accurate in the bay area by weather rate. >> a look at the high definition camera at san francisco. clear at the lower levels. above, we are tracking cloud cover moving into san francisco at 56 degrees. it will hold under the fog. that's going to be the biggest difference heading into saturday morning. we will see the low clouds returning into the bray area. not as sunny as it was to start us most recently. south bay, 58 degrees. peninsula, 56. trivalley starts at 55.
overcast for the east bay as well, and 57. now, in terms of the sky condition, i want to show you a little bit better of how this looks on our top-down view. you don't have to worry about the weekend. i know you are saying i want sunshine on my saturday. we have got i covered. heading into the afternoon at 1:00, more of a partly cloudy to mostly sunny sky returning. the only thing we are watching is a little bit of cooler air sliding in. that should drop temperatures anywhere from three to seven degrees tomorrow. not nearly as warm as it was today. but it's still very manageable for june. the beginning of the month. 79 here in san jose. 83 in morgan hill. i paused there for a second because i can't believe it is a june already. it's flying by so fast, 2017. 72 in hayward. inland, warmer in concord with 86. pleasanton, 81. throughout the peninsula, 58 at
half moon bay. jacket weather at our beaches. palo alto, 76. head up towards san mateo and you have 69. san francisco, marina, 62. winds gusting up to 20 miles per hour. classic sf conditions tomorrow. north bay, 80 in novato and 78 in sonoma. let's get you into the san francisco forecast or the next seven days. relatively stable with the temperatures in the 60s. the only real ish oou is heading through sunday. gustier winds, 15 to 30 miles per hour. for the inland valleys we will see numbers going down each more as we head into sunday. we will be at 76 for the average high. and then would back a little bit more next monday and tuesday. as i've been saying, no 90s, no 100s. i think this keeps everyone happy. >> it's very steady, i like it. >> i know you are a fan of that. >> i am a fan of the 70s and 80s. 90s is too much.
up next, a camera catches an east bay car thief in action. the stunning number of cars stolen in one on the aloun. going to game two. getting to oracle arena can be tricky. the closure that may have you rooi rethinking your plans. and we have jimmy. >> mike bir big lea is here tonight. plus, selma hayek. music from queen ban did it and czarra nelson. plus thank you notes. happening now, three people have been arrested for selling drugs in a san favrel park. police along with the department of alcohol and beverage control are targeting the area in and around the park. more on our website. live-stream your favorite sport,
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=vo= san jose state has dropped one of their players from the basketball team after he was arrested. he is facing charge force beating up and robbing a man in union city. police believe the victim was set up by his exgirlfriend. investigators say they were able to track brown and other suspects after they allegedly used the victim's credit card at a nearby in-n-out burger. they are facing a handful of charges including robbery and conspiracy. caught on camera. a suspected car thief in action in livermore. police say it's just one example of a crime on the rise in that city. officers say close to 200 cars have been stolen across livermore just this year. one victim says thieves broke into his house tuesday morning grabbed his car keys and made off with two cars parked in his driveway. are you headed to the nba times this sunday?
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software on the tracks between community. giants and the a )s this week. they swept the giants, earlier the washington nationals proving to be a nemesis for both the giants and a's this week. they swept the giants earlier this week. today they kicked off their three game series against the a's in oakland. the a's not fairing well either. so far. it was 2-2 tie game in fourth. washington took over from there with an offensive explosion. the nationals scored 11 more runs. a's first baseman alonso hit a solo home run in the ninth but it was too little too late for a comeback. oakland loses 13-3. >> where was the offense all season? the giants crushing it behind the bat today. they scored ten runs against the phillies. the most runs they have put across the plate since september. what a night for pitcher ty bloch. the leftie threw his first career shutout. they win on the road 10-0.
game two of the nba finals is going down sunday here at oracle arena in ookds. warriors are keeping busy in between games. fresh off last night's win players were out improving the local community today. they opened a learn and care zone at west lake middle school in oakland. it provides resources to help students explore educational interests. >> being around the kids and experiencing this moment with them and sharing it -- i'm a big kid myself. i had a lot of fun today. >> as for the warriors, it's back to practice for them tomorrow. a prestigious honer for nbc bay area. we'll tell you what it is next. have assembled.
the best in story telling. our investigative unit was in new york city to accept the prize for their ongoing series on the misuse of school officers. now to see our award winning report please join us tomorrow night at 6:30 for our arrested at school special report. there is is stephanie, michael, our producer and our photographers there as well. congratulations to them. >> yes. they all look so sharp. it's such a great honor. >> such a huge honor. >> uh-huh. >> let's look at our forecast. it is a beautiful. do we have time. >> it's going to be in the 80s tomorrow. and 70son sunday. >> i love it jeff. >> yes. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend. bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- salma hayek, mike birbiglia,