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>> a bay area man is accused of selling a lot more than ice cream out of his truck. >> four years he had her? and then just out of the blue get a hold of the family and, oh, i'm in danger? it doesn't make sense. >> police say a southern california kidnapping victim endured a decade of physical and mental abuse and now the woman is safe and the suspect is in jail. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning, everyone. it's thursday, may 22. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. the third fatal police shooting of the year leads to riots here in salinas. i'm kiet do. we have a live report coming up. >> reporter: and a major detour is in effect within a matter of hours. i'm anne makovec live in san
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francisco where southbound 280 will be closed for four days. the chp says prepare for some major delays. >> and a check of your "kcbs traffic." we are scanning twitter now for the latest traffic hot spots and there's one growing at the bay bridge. they just cleared a stall. you can see the latest tweet from "kcbs traffic." they cleared a stall on the incline and now traffic is 10 to 15 minutes to get on the span. all lanes are now open. we have a gravel spill cracked windshield alert here southbound 680 approaching andrade road. it's going to take nearly 45 minutes from now just to get caltrans sweeper crews out there so we are already seeing delays growing out of pleasanton. so a heads up if you commute that every day. we are seeing some big delays, gravel and dirt in the roadway. gravel trucks spilled it earlier. westbound 580 through the altamont pass and dublin interchange sluggish slow and go the drive time up to 4 minutes to 680. that is your latest "kcbs
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traffic." very gray skies in the traffic cameras this morning. here's lawrence. >> a lot of sunshine coming our way this afternoon the temperatures going to warm up nicely. out the door we go, we have those clouds that have pushed onshore breezy conditions, too. we have had some winds gusting to 30 miles per hour in the fairfield area but by the afternoon, the clouds are going to start to scatter back to the coastline leaving lots of sunshine behind. 70s in the bay. even some mid-80s today in some of the valleys but cool 60s out along the coastline. cloudy start to the day in many parts of the bay with the drizzle outside. the temperatures generally running into the 50s. i think as we look toward the afternoon we're enjoying a very typical summer type pattern now as the temperatures warm up to the 70s in the south bay. 80s into the east bay. into san francisco a little breezy but we should see some sunshine there, about 66 degrees. that's a look at the weather, guys. back to you. >> thank you, lawrence. breaking news in salinas. a protest against an officer- involved shooting got out of control. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live now from salinas at the scene
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of last night's troubles. kiet. >> reporter: yeah. you can tell police had their hands full last night. there's broken glass everywhere. beer bottles, signs with negative comments about sloans police department. this is at the corner of north sanborn and del monte avenue here in east salinas. this is the bakery where it all went down where police shot and killed a man two days ago. we have cell phone video that was posted anonymously on youtube of the deadly confrontation. police received a call of a man with garden shears who jumped a fence and threatened a woman and exposed himself to her. police showed up, ordered him to drop the shears in english and spanish. he then made a threatening move and both of them on scene opened fire and killed him. protestors gathered peacefully at the scene the next day but slowly grew in numbers throughout the day. tension is high here in salinas because it was the third fatal police shooting of the year.
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and then get this by about 9:30 last night. someone is shot and killed in a completely separate incident a few blocks away from the original scene. police arrived on the scene of that second homicide tried to give cpr to the victim and that's when someone threw a bottle at the officer's head and that's when the riot broke out. >> the public's right to demonstrate and -- and -- and that's fine. that's the american way. but when it reaches the point when the mr ist are coming in to help -- when the police are coming in to help the victim and they start getting hit in the head while trying to save victims, there's a problem there. >> reporter: more than 100 officers responded from surrounding agencies to help last night. they did make one arrest. as we said, this is the third fatal police shooting of the year. last year salinas police had one fatal police shooting. >> kiet, what are city leaders saying about that now? >> reporter: so there's one city council member he is asking for a federal investigation. he says he will ask the rest of
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the city council to aapprove a citizens review board for fatal police shootings. kiet do, kpix 5. a phone tip to police in the east bay led to an ice cream truck driver being sent to jail. 62-year-old kelly brown from oakley was arrested at a gas station in brentwood yesterday afternoon. police say someone called to say kelly offered to sell some drugs from his ice cream truck. he has been arrested for suspect methamphetamine possession. a warning from chp officers, be prepared to sit and wait in traffic in san francisco this weekend. southbound 280 closes tonight at 9:00 for four days. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us with details and how you can get around it. anne. >> reporter: and the chp has been trying to warn people about this for several weeks. you can see the low tech sign here behind me at 6th and brannan in san francisco. and over my other shoulder, the more high-tech version. the closure of 280 southbound starts at 9:00 tonight and runs
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through 5 a.m. tuesday. here's a map of the area from downtown san francisco to the pennsylvania avenue on ramp. the best way around it is highway 101. the southbound closures on 280 include the mariposa/18th street, 6th/brannan and king street on-ramps. there will be detour signs on how to get as to 101 at the closed ramp. the northbound lanes will stay open. but traffic is expected to get pretty backed up in the city depending on the time of day. >> it is going to cause some delays especially here in the downtown area. i believe there's going to be some giants games this weekend. so it will cause traffic to back up. >> reporter: during the closure, they are going to replace a bridge hinge. and that will make the roadway safer in an earthquake. there are two more hinges to replace on that roadway. so, they are going to be closing the northbound lanes of
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280 in a couple of upcoming weekends during the 4th of july and labor day. let's get through this one first. right now in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> caltrans hopes to finish earlier than the 5 p.m. tuesday deadline. stay with us throughout the weekend for the latest on that 280 closure. a woman kidnapped some 10 years in southern california is finally freed this morning. kpix 5's cate caugiran joins us in the newsroom now as this developing story of a woman who made her break after getting in touch with a relative. cate, good morning. >> reporter: police say the woman tried to escape twice but the suspect severely beat her and told the victim her family had given up looking for her. here's what happened. police say the alleged victim who used the name laura ortiz filed domestic violence charges against her husband. police say ortiz told them she was abducted ten years ago from a santa ana park by her mother's then live-in boyfriend. police confirmed her mother filed a missing persons case hours after the girl disappeared. >> who would imagine the guy would have done something like
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that, you know, have somebody like for a long time, you know? >> reporter: do you believe it? >> no, i don't believe it. >> reporter: investigators say the suspect respect isidro garcia sedated the girl locked her in a compton garage and forged fake identity documents for them both. for 10 years police say he sexually assaulted her, beat her and forced her to illegally marry him and have his baby. the suspect is expected to make a court appearance today. he has been jailed on suspicion of kidnapping for rape, lewd acts with a minor and false imprisonment. live in the newsroom, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> neighbors who saw the two frequently say the woman's story is hard to believe. they say the couple was happy, threw elaborate parties and they were trying to have another baby. developing in nigeria now the u.s. military stepping up efforts to help find more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped last month. a team of 80 american servicemembers setting up a drone base in the country of chad. that's near where the girls are believed to be held by boko haram. the group is blamed for a string of attacks that left
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hundreds dead this week. [ inaudible ] [ indiscernible ] >> told him to give up because they tried for my dad to even give up so that's why they killed him. >> 15-year-old deborah peter's brother and father were killed by boko haram during an attack. state investigators are looking into the death of a worker at a north san jose construction site. it happened yesterday at sierra road and north capitol avenue. investigators say a man was unloading sheetrock when he fell three stories r he was pronounced dead at the scene. a man is in critical condition this morning after a muni train hit him yesterday on judah street near 15th in the sunset. police say the man was on the platform when he decided to cross the street right in front of the train. a dead whale is washed up onshore in san mateo county. the baby humpback was discovered last night at pillar point in half moon bay. a viewer told kpix 5 that she and her husband thought it was a rock at first.
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then they got a whiff of the smell. it didn't take long for the curious to start showing up. it's not clear how the whale died. and removing it will not be easy. baby hunchbacks can weigh from 2,000 to 4,000 pounds. today in santa clara county, crews will be out fogging for the west nile virus. adult mosquitos collected in a number of neighborhoods have tested positive for the west nile virus. the spraying will start tonight around 11 p.m. crews will cover parts of campbell and west san jose including the santa clara valley medical center area. time now 6:10. coming up, the secret to a perfect pair of jeans? could be in your freezer. we'll explain next. >> if they don't have that slime, the bottom of their stomachs could actually -- the skin could actually start to tear off. >> bay area kindergartners share the classroom with snails. how the slimy creatures have world cup part of the learning process. -- how the slimy creatures have become part of the learning process. >> that's one smart kid! we have low clouds and fog and
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drizzle. more sunshine is on the way. we'll talk about that coming up. >> you can see what lawrence is talking about. be careful on your morning drive. they reold more lanes on southbound 101. more coming up about the reopened lanes. we want to know what drives you crazy during your morning commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing crazy@kpix.com. or tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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>> okay. and memorial day. the weekend is almost here. and kim kardashian the reality star's reportedly paying $2 million for her wedding dress with kanye. follow us at twitter at #cbssf. >> that's just a dress. >> a lot of do re mi. >> that's just a dress. can yo imagine? >> what a waste. >> she is probably trying to look different from her first and second marriages. later this weekend, tonight, we have some big problems. we have some big closures anyway. beginning at 9:00 tonight that southbound 280 freeway shuts down until approximately 5:00 tuesday. so they are fixing hinges on the highway to make it better for earthquakes. so again just a reminder between king and mariposa. use 101 as an alternate. northbound will remain open. we have a number of giants games this weekend so that could cause some extra traffic tie-ups. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. they did have a stall a little earlier on the incline. that's now cleared but it is
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backed up fully into the macarthur maze. so you're looking at least 25 to 25 minutes to get you on the span. all lanes are open. we have an update on this. this is a gravel truck spill. gravel and dirt debris spilled all over the road. they are waiting for supercrews to arrive, getting there about 6:45 this morning. chp won't close any lanes until super crews get out there but they are keeping traffic slow. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." for more on the foggy drizzly forecast, here's lawrence. >> fairly typical for this time of year. but you know what that means? by the afternoon we'll have a lot of sunshine. showers? the central valley and sierra nevada. watch out for that. otherwise we are going to see improving weather. slightly warmer by the afternoon with mostly sunny
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skies and warmer this weekend. temperatures hot in spot at least in the valleys. high pressure building in. low pressure spinning around kicking to the south and the east in the next couple of days, high pressure really taking over. today 90s into the sacramento valley. showers in the high country, mainly this morning, drying out this morning. 60s into the monterey bay. low clouds and fog pulling back to the coastline and then think overnight again tonight into early tomorrow morning starts to surge back onshore so we are going to see this play out over the next couple of days. low clouds and fog late night and early-morning hours giving way to mostly sunny skies and nice temperatures by the afternoon. plan on 78 degrees in san jose. 77 in sunnyvale. 74 in redwood city. 60s along the coastline with patchy fog. 70s and 80s into the east bay. maybe some mid-80s toward brentwood and antioch for today. then inside the bay 60s and some 70s. next couple of days we are going to notice some changes. your sunrise time is at 5:55. sunset 8:19. we are going to heat things up
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over the next few. in fact getting hot in spots inland then looks like we'll cool things down slightly on memorial day then more cooling in toward the middle of next week but this weekend, go to it, enjoy the unofficial beginning of summer. looking nice. >> can you do that 4th of july and labor day, too? >> oh, my goodness. one at a time, mr. mallicoat! >> start workingat any. >> thank you. well, rabbits, hamsters, fish, usual classroom pets at elementary schools. >> but a school in sebastopol has snails and everything else. oak grove elementary school is this week's "cool school." >> grab them. by the shell. reporter: every day for several weeks, the kindergarten classes at oak grove elementary school learn all about snails. >> that they're boys and girls at the same time. >> they have [ indiscernible ] on their tongue. >> if they don't have the slime, the bottom of their stomach could actually --skin could start to tear off. so that's why the slime protects it.
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>> reporter: the snails have their very own playground built by the students. >> look at my guy. >> reporter: they can boat, walk a tightrope, climb a building, pull a truck or just hang out. can you feel them moving? >> yes. >> reporter: and that doesn't freak you out? >> nope. >> no. it's going on to my eyebrow, isn't it? >> reporter: these small mollusks have been part of the curriculum for about 20 years. math, science and art, snails are everywhere and they are perfect for kids this age. >> you teach the kids patience. and they can't get away too fast. and they're abundant. >> reporter: they learn how fragile snails can be and to some, they are tasty treats. >> we read a lot of snail fact books so they know that these are the snails for escargo. >> reporter: they may be slimy, but one thing's for sure, these students love snails. [ singing ] >> icky sticky garden snails, oo! [ singing ]
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>> and you could see a lot of the kids like to put the snails on their face and -- >> how about the reporter that covered that story? >> yeah. i didn't touch it. no. i couldn't! i don't know. i get a little freaked out by that. but yeah, they're very cute. learning a lot about science. >> if a snail doesn't make it and goes on vacation, they go to the compost pile. >> just checking. [ laughter ] well, what is cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. 6:20 right now. the u.s. government has thousands of northern california owls in its crosshairs. coming up at 6:30, the reason behind the mission to kill thousands of birds. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, which team has the best record in all of baseball? and giants pitchers dropping like flies last night. we'll show you who went down coming up. lovers: send us your questis about their health and well-being just email "petst kp com", or on our web x.com/pets... and >> we want to invite pet lovers to send us your questions about
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good morning, everyone. the giants won their game last night but paid a huge price. matt cain did not give up a hit in three innings but left with a right hamstring injury. looks like he hurt it on this pitch. mri is going to happen today. casilla in the 9th inning tried to run out a ground ball, diagnosed with a hamstring injury. that looks bad. giants hit three solo home runs. hunter pence had one of them. they win 5-1, but that's an afterthought after losing two of their pitchers.
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brandon moss had the only a's hit of the night. they found a way to make it stand. they won 3-2 over tampa bay. they have the best record in the major leagues. to the nba play-offs, green hit 7 three-pointers for the spurs and tim duncan had a double-double. san antonio demolished okc in game two of the western conference semis, 112-77. ouch. on the ice, darrell sutter and the kings erased a 2-0 def -- deficit scoring 6 unevensed goals five in the third period. jeff carter had a hat trick. kings even their series with the blackhawks in a 6-2 win. so two injuries to giants pitchers, matt cain's the one you really have to worry about. we'll update his condition after he gets his mri today. that news coming up at 6:00. have a great day, everybody. thank you, dennis. play of the day, back to major league baseball, carlos with a diving catch. what a catch going back, going back, diving --and yeah! a little sno-cone action there.
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it's in there. the marlins beat philly 14-5. nice catch, your play of the day. 6:27 right now. a bay area man is accused of selling a lot more than ice cream out of his truck. what else was on the menu? >> reporter: riots over fatal police shooting here in salinas. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. i'm cate caugiran live in the newsroom. a southern california woman claims she was kidnapped as a teenager. now she is free after 10 years.
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why neighbors say they don't buy the story. >> a major detour will be in effect within a matter of hours. i'm anne makovec live in san francisco where southbound 280 will be closed for four days and the chp says prepare for delays. >> lots of clouds a little breezy too and some drizzle. but lots of sunshine coming our way. we'll explain coming up. >> and this backup heading to sunol now extends for nearly six miles. it's all due to a gravel spill. we'll have all the details on your drive to work coming up. thank you, liz. good morning, everyone. thursday is here, it's may 22. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. breaking news. tensions are high in the city of salinas where a protest against an officer-involved shooting got way out of hand. kpix 5's kiet do is there to explain what led to last night's troubles. kiet. >> reporter: yeah. all the signs are here of a lot of police activity that took place in east salinas last night. this is near the corner of del monte and north sanborn road. if you look closely there, that
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is the makeshift memorial set up for a man that we're hearing is named carlos. he is from el salvador. this is the man that was shot and killed right at that location in front of this bakery two days ago. we have cell phone footage of the confrontation with police that was posted anonymously to youtube. police received calls of a man with large gardening shears who had jumps the fence of a woman's home on tuesday. they say that he threatened her and then exposed his genitals to her. the officer then caught up to him here at the bakery. they ordered him to drop the shears in spanish and english. they tried using a taser but it didn't work and police say the manmade threatening moves with the shears. both officers on scene opened fire and killed him. by the next day, protestors started showing up here and demonstrating peacefully. but then those numbers grew throughout the day. tension is high here in the city of salinas because there have been three fatal shootings by police this year. as this end later that night, get this there was a completely separate homicide just a couple
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of blocks away from the original scene. police arrived on scene to try to administer cpr to the victim. that's when the riot broke out. and that's when they started injuring that officer. >> the public's right to demonstrate, that's fine. that's the american way. but when it reaches the point where the police are coming in to help a victim and they start receiving bottles and damaging our cars and then an officer gets hit in the head while he is trying to save a potential victim, there's a problem there. >> reporter: and so that hospital -- i should say that officer went to the hospital and was treated for his injuries. police out here on the scene were helped by surrounding agencies. more than 100 officers showed up from surrounding cities to help out with this riot. one person was arrested. live in salinas, kiet do, kpix 5. >> at least one city council member is calling for a federal investigation as well as the formation of a citizen review board. 6:32.
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it's a forecast that lawrence just has to get right. >> because if i don't -- everybody is relying on this. >> no barbecuing. >> this is the unofficial beginning to summer. we want a lot of sunshine. i think we are going to get it. today we are starting out with lots of low clouds and fog early on and even drizzle so things may be damp inside the bay and along the coastline. but as we head throughout day, the clouds peel back toward the beaches and will hang out today. 60s there but inside the bay 70s and some warmer mid-80s in some of the hottest valleys. now, the clouds kind of socked in right now. we are seeing delays at sfo on arriving flights up to 55 minutes and that's because of cloud cover. temperatures in the 50s outside. by the afternoon enjoying sunshine 78 degrees in san jose. 81 in the napa valley. 79 degrees in concord. along the coastline headed to the beach grab a light jacket, 63 degrees and some clouds in pacifica. we are watching a stall behind the pay gates. we may have just cleared it. it was approaching the west grand overcrossing. traffic was backed up into the
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macarthur maze. your going to be waiting for at least 20 minutes. maybe 20, 25 minutes to get you on the bay bridge. also, these delays continue to grow and i mentioned about a six mile backup through sunol southbound 680 approaching andrade road. we had a gravel spill. the super crews won't get there for about 15 minutes estimated time around 6:45. they haven't closed any lanes because of this. they are just kind of monitoring traffic keeping it extra slow in the area to avoid any cracked windshields, bigger problems. that dirt and gravel probably all over the roadway so the delays are as far back as pleasanton and here's a live look outside kind of foggy this morning across the san mateo bridge. happening later tonight, southbound 280 closure, beginning in san francisco. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live there with the details on how to get around it. >> reporter: they have been trying to get the word out. you can see three different signs here on this corner on sixth and brannon just from our vantage point now. they have an electronic sign
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and old school sign and another electronic sign trying to let everybody know that uses these surface streets and everybody that uses that on-ramp that this closure of 280 southbound starts at 9:00 tonight. it's going to run through 5:00 next tuesday morning. here's a map of the area from downtown san francisco to the pennsylvania avenue on-ramp. the southbound closures include the mariposa 18th street, 6th street brannan, and king street on-ramps. there will be detour signs on how to get to highway 101 at the closed ramp. that's the best way around it. northbound 280 will stay open but traffic is expected to get pretty backed up in the city depending on the time of day. some drivers we spoke with this morning say they are just taking this in stride. >> if it's needed for repairs, it's fine. >> i live here, so i can just use local roads or use different on-ramp. >> you're not concerned?
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>> no. >> reporter: during this closure they are going to replace a bridge hinge that will make the roadway safer in an earthquake and there are two more bridge hinges to replace leading to northbound closures of 280 coming up within the next few months one over the 4th of july holiday and once over labor day weekend. but we'll talk about those closures when we get a little closer to them. right now, we're talking this weekend southbound 280 here in san francisco. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> one holiday at a time. thank you. an east bay ice cream vendor is suspected of selling drugs out of his truck. the cell phone photo shows 62- year-old kelly brown from oakley being arrested at a gas station in brentwood yesterday. brown is a vendor for kelly's ice cream. police caught up with him at an arco on balfour. they started their investigation after someone reported an ice cream man tried to sell drugs. >> 52 years old last person you would think would do a thing like that. glad they caught him. >> i mean, the ice cream man
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selling drugs? >> yeah. uhm, you know, nowadays i guess anything is possible. but it is a little shocking. >> brown was arrested for suspected methamphetamine possession. well, she was such a young girl when she disappeared some 10 years ago, now she reappeared to tell the story of surviving a kidnapping some 10 years strong. kpix 5's cate caugiran with developing news of a southern california woman who "says" she spent the last decade with her captor. cate. >> reporter: frank, neighbors who saw the woman and her husband say it's hard to believe. they say they were happy and the suspect dotted on his wife but police say the situation was different behind closed doors. >> something isn't right here. >> reporter: neighbors are in shock after police arrested isidro garcia on suspicion of abducting this woman when she 15 and holding her captive for a decade. >> i would imagine the guy
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would have done something like that? you know, have something like for a long time. >> reporter: do you believe it? >> no, i don't believe it. >> reporter: the alleged victim who used the name laura ortiz filed domestic violence charges against her husband. police say she contacted them after she reached out to her sister for the first time on facebook and her sister convinced ortiz to report her abuse. police say ortiz told them she was abducted ten years ago from a santa ana park by her mother's then live-in boyfriend. police confirmed her mother filed a missing persons case hours after the girl disappeared. investigators say garcia sedated the girl just 15 locked her in a compton garage and forged fake identities for them both. for years they say he sexually assaulted her, beat her forced her to marry him and have a child. >> he fined her that the family -- he convinced her that her family didn't care. >> reporter: neighbors paint a different pictured of a couple so in love, they were trying to
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have another baby. >> he bought her a car and even bought the mom a car. >> if he had her and then just out of the blue get a hold of her family and now, oh, i'm in danger? it doesn't make sense. >> reporter: the woman told police she tried to escape twice but claimed he beat her and he said the family stopped looking for her. >> the case is similar to the jaycee dugard case. >> reporter: the case draws a comparison to her story. jason brooks wasjaycee dugard was held captive in an antioch backyard for 18 years. this is the house when dugard was found and here's the house now. the new owners bought it for $41,000 and as you can see they worked on it and now it's worth about $230,000. live in the newsroom, cate caugiran, kpix 5. the u.s. government plans to kill thousands of owls in
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upstate california. the reason, the barred owl is an invisualive species on the hoopa indian reservation. they are taking over the nesting area of a spotted owl. it's a threatened species. >> the barred owl is a wonderful bird but it's invasive. >> spotted owl numbers have dropped as much as 80% in just the last 20 years. nearly 1500 fast food workers descended upon mcdonald's in oak brook illinois yesterday demanding higher wages. people showed up in dozens of buses and were met with riot police there. the protests were peaceful but 110 people were arrested. it was to get the attention of the shareholders meeting today for mcdonald's meeting. it is 6:40 on your thursday. he was one of the first openly
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gay elected officials in the country. how harvey milk will be honored at the white house today. >> oh, yum. we're talking barbecuing and memorial day. they go hand in hand. so we have the details on mop and smoke coming up. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's get a quick look at the big board right now. you can see the dow is down about 18 points. coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> and checking out your pollen report for today not bad. the next few days climbing to medium to medium high right on through the holiday weekend! more news and weather when we come back. ,,
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that's despite a new jump i the number of measures getting unemployment is at a 6 1/2 year low. >> that's despite a new jump in new claims. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, frank. we did see claims spike back higher after hitting a 7-year low last week. the labor department reports that first time unemployment claims were up by 28,000 to 326,000, still the four-week average which looks at the trend on a broader range was down a bit. so just over 322,000. also continuing claims down by 13,000 at 2.65 million. high-end retail continues to do very well despite what we saw in the 1st quarter with a lot of [ indiscernible ] due to harsh winter weather. williams-sonoma saw revenue up 9.7% to $974 million. big gains across its chain. it's namesake chain was up 9.6% in sales pottery barn up 9.7%
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and west elm up 19% so williams- sonoma shares are up in the early going. big day for the market yesterday, challenging again today. let's look how we're doing so far. the dow is up a couple of points after being negative at the open. the nasdaq is up 10. s&p up around 2 points. shares in williams-sonoma up by nearly 7%. michelle and frank, back to you. >> kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks thank you you. harvey milk is getting a stamp. it's a photograph of him in front of his camera store in front of the castro. he was one of the first openly gay elected officials in the country. he got a seat on the board of supervisors in the '70s. a year later he was assassinated. parts of the denver area are still flooded this morning after violent storms slammed
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into the region. these are chopper pictures of some of that flooding left behind after a series of storms brought hail, snow and also heavy rains. three tornadoes were reported in aurora and one in watkins, colorado. the storms caused significant damage and also major flight delays. >> you were on the horn yesterday. you still have a home there? >> yeah, i have a house there so my neighborhood got hit. i think the house is okay from what we know now. but yeah -- >> crazy weather. >> a lot of friends. >> how about traffic, liz? how are we doing? >> it's crazy in sunol because of the gravel spill. they have the far right lane blocked in order to clear this gravel and dirt debris that was all over the roadway. even causing a little dust cloud according to mobile 2 that drove through the scene. so stay to the left. that's your best bet. again, caltrans super crews are estimated to arrive on scene around 6:45. so they will be on time. it's jammed solid through stoneridge. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. they have also been cycling
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through the metering lights very slowly. look at that. you can see cars just kind of inching along this morning trying to get on the bay bridge. there were a couple of earlier stalls maybe that's the reason why but westbound 80 is backed up if you are coming down the eastshore freeway. we are starting to see the delays on our sensors beginning at albany straight on down into emeryville. westbound 580 you see the heaviest delays right now through the livermore valley past vasco maybe north livermore then speeds improve a bit closer to the dublin interchange. closer to 680. fog across the golden gate bridge . maybe even a little drizzle. lawrence will have more on your forecast here coming up. tonight the southbound 280 closure we have all been anticipating begins at 9:00 could last through tuesday at 5 a.m. southbound 280 between king and mariposa. use 101 instead. with the forecast, here's lawrence. the fog rolling onshore today a stronger sea breeze, some gusts to 30 miles per hour in some of the parts of the bay
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area. looks like clouds will lift and we'll see a lot of sunshine in the afternoon and then skies clearing nicely. but you will see night and morning low clouds and fog. seeing some delays now at sfo on arriving flights at 55 minutes and that's because of the cloud cover. mostly sunny though by the afternoon. slightly warmer and then warmer holiday weekend hot in spots in the valleys. this ridge slowly building in. low pressure starting to slide further to the south and east of the bay area and that ridge will start to take over so these temperatures will be warming up. 80s and 90s into the central valley today. watch out if you are headed to the high country still a chance of morning showers there by the afternoon things settling down. computer models showing low clouds and fog surging onshore pulling back to the coast and overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning it will be back into the bay and some of the valleys. so seeing drizzle out there this morning too but by the afternoon lots of sunshine. about 82 degrees in livermore, 81 beautiful in the napa valley, 78 in santa rosa. 78 also in san jose and about 74 degrees in redwood.
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over the next couple of days, looks like a great holiday weekend setting up a lot of folks going camping, barbecuing. a great weekend to do that. our memorial day weekend looking good. temperatures in the 60s and 70s toward the coast. 80s in the valleys. >> thank you. well, memorial day weekend unofficial start of summer and that means you have to get out the barbecue. >> yes. exactly. kpix 5's roberta gonzales is in yountville with some help for our weekend grilling. i'm hungry just looking at all this. >> reporter: you should be! it's amazing. a lot of that has to do with the vines from the vineyards. this is chef katie from the chef thomas keller team here at ad hoc. first of all, okay, what are we doing for memorial day? >> we are going hog wild here at ad hoc. we are doing a little babyback ribs. pulled pork. and our famous fried chicken.
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>> reporter: now, behind me here we have a rolltisserie. there are 40 in the country. >> it's a company out of tennessee a mobile smoker so we can take the experience to anybody's backyard. >> reporter: what's going on in there? >> so we perfected the art of what's called mop and smoke. >> mop and smoke. >> yup. we have our smoking going on and we are just going to do a little bit of mopping now. >> reporter: what's in that sauce? >> we have a little bit of apple cider vinegar, our barbecue rub, and it creates a barrier for -- >> reporter: let's go ahead and show people at home what it's like. it's like this. show me how to cut this because i never know how to do that at home. >> there's three things to look for when you're making some ribs. you want to have create a good bark. you want to achieve really good slow and low temperature when you're cooking it. and then last but not least -- >> reporter: you want to eat it! >> but you want to look for the good smoke ring. >> reporter: good smoke ring.
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if you want more of these tips visit us online because we're going to hook you up at kpix.com. reporting from yountville with the chef, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. time now 6:52. a bullfighting festival is suspended after there are no matadors left to compete. the bloody incident next. >> and riots break out in salinas after the third fatal police shooting of the year. i'm kiet do with a live report straight ahead. ,, ,, dog: what, what? mattress discounters what, what? mattress discounters memorial day sale ends monday?
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:55. the u.s. military is stepping up efforts to help find girls kidnapped in nigeria. 80 servicemembers located in chad will support intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft to locate the teenagers. the girls are being held by the muslim terror group boko haram. for the first time in more than three decades a bullfight had to be called after in spain's festival because no matadors were left to compete. the bulls turned the tables on three of the matadors in the ring. a month long festival mark the start of the bullfighting season. delia garcia bratcher is accused of grabbing a 12-year- old boy by the neck at santa rosa's olivet elementary school last week. the teacher claims the boy had beenshe said he was bullying her daughter. vector control will fog tonight to curb the west nile virus in santa clara county.
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adult mosquitos collected in several of the neighborhoods there tested positive for the virus. spraying starts around 11 p.m. tonight. it will cover campbell, west san jose and the valley medical center area. a major four-day highway closure begins today in san francisco. southbound 280 between king street and pennsylvania avenue on-ramp will be closed starting at 9:00 until tuesday morning. i'm kiet do live in east salinas where a police riot ended just a couple of hours ago. this all began on tuesday. we have some cell phone footage of a deadly confrontation with police. that's when officers got a call of a man making threats with large gardening shears. they ordered him to drop them. a taser didn't work. so they shot him. he was killed. by the next day, on wednesday, protestors gathered peacefully. but then they grew violent by
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fight. then someone was shot and killed in a separate incident a couple of blocks away at 9:30 last night. officers arrived on skin to help that victim and that's when protestors threw a battle at the officer's head. >> it's the public's right to demonstrate. it's the american way. but when it reaches the point where the police are coming in to help a victim and they start receiving bottles and damaging our cars and then an officer gets hit in the head while he is trying to save a potential victim, there's' problem there. >> reporter: about 100 officers responded to help out with this. there were 300 protestors here last night. one arrest. live in salinas, kiet do, kpix 5. a backup now is up to 7 miles on southbound 680. there's a gravel spill approaching andrade. they have the right lane blocked. there is a cruiser out there now. expect big delays. the backups extend to about 580 interchange a little beyond that. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. they have been cycling through
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the metering lights slowly this morning. that's why some of the approaches are backed up. specifically the eastshore freeway. slow traffic westbound 80 approaching carlson. it looks like it gets worse as you get closer to berkeley and emeryville so give yourself some extra time. bart is a good option on time. >> we have seen lots of fog around the bay area this morning strong sea breeze carrying the clouds onshore. even some drizzle along the coastline inside the bay. we have seen delays at sfo of almost an hour on arriving flights and that's because the low clouds and fog. this afternoon, lots of sunshine temperatures going to be warmer maybe mid-80s in the warmest spots inland. 70s inside the bay. 60s along the coastline and patchy fog. very nice into the holiday weekend. temperatures up into the 90s in the hottest spots. 60s and 70s right out toward the beaches. >> perfect park weather. >> barbecuing. >> everything! >> bicycling. >> everything. >> all. >> not bad. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. thanks for watching kpix 5 news this morning. your next local update is 7:26. >> "cbs this morning" is coming
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up next. enjoy your day, everybody. and we'll see you at noontime. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning to our views in the west. it is thursday, may 22, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." from wildfires to hail, weather extremes impact millions. >> the u.s. sends in predator drones to help find the kidnapped nigerian girls. >> as we approach memorial day, an iraq veteran shares heroism from within as he writes a note to self. but we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we had to evacuate. >> wildfires explode in arizona. >> raging about 120 miles north of phoenix. >>s

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