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first time... after this w's ace train derailment. good afterno trains running again. commuters back on board for the first time after this week's ace train derailments. >> ace train are running again between stockton and san jose for the first time since the derailment on monday night caused by a mud slide.
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nine people were injured, four seriously. kpix 5's keit do is in livermore as service is back on track. >> reporter: the first train to go through niles canyon since the big derailment came true livermore at 5:26 a.m. the crews were working nonstop since monday night. it is truly a testament to modern engineering. ace train arrived in livermore with no fanfare. there were plenty of commuters. ace handles up to 6,000 passengers a day coming to and from the central valley to the bay area. daniel was on the train that derailed monday night. but he was in the fourth car and was not hurt. >> i'm not worried about this train. if it crashes and i can survive two train crashes. >> reporter: out of sunol the challenge was the railcar hoisting it out of the creek. it was on the side and the front end buried in a food of mud. they removed it to a flatbed.
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crews will inspect it and if possible repair it and put it back in service. representative swalwell is concerned about more upcoming rain. >> i'm just concerned. we have intense weather headed our way. it's a break in the storm right now but i want to make sure that passengers on tomorrow's trains are safe. >> reporter: at diridon station in san jose, ace trains continue to arrive all morning long with passengers saying there was no sense in worrying about mother nature. >> i figure if it's my time, it's my time. i'm going to enjoy myself. >> reporter: the signs at the platform tell passengers that they are under a slowdown order through niles. kiet do, kpix 5. new video shows the moment when a google self-driving vehicle hit a bus in mountain view. the surveillance video white lexus glances off the right side of the public transit bus. the bus driver stops and checks the damage. at the time of the accident, both vehicles were going low speeds. the incident on valentine's
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day was the first time one of google's cars was responsible for a collision on a public road. today closing arguments begin in a civil rights case against a san francisco police department. it centers around the fatal shooting of alex nieto in 2014. kpix 5's anne makovec is live outside the court with the very latest. anne. >> reporter: during the closing arguments, the lawyer for nieto's family showed graphic autopsy pictures of nieto's body after he had been shot at least four dozen times by the sfpd. the lawsuit alleges is excessive force by four san francisco police officers who confronted 28-year-old alex nieto at a park in bernal heights. it's been the scene of several vigils since that day in march 2014, when nieto was killed by police bullets. his middle school teach has attended them. >> very moved and motivated to follow his case and i'm so pleased that they actually are
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getting a hearing in federal court. >> reporter: nieto was armed with a taser gun that evening and at least two people called 911 to report him pacing in the park. at today's hearing, no cameras allowed, the city's attorney said he pointed the taser at officers and they had no choice but to shoot. the d.a.'s office never criminally charged the officers in the case saying their use of force was justified. the family is speaking monetary damages. the case is now in the hands of an eight person jury, six women, two men. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. we are going to take you down to san jose. a live look outside cloudy around parts of the bay area today and a lot more rain coming our way. let's check in with roberta for the forecast. >> today's weak system had an important job to carve a path for another area of low pressure that's going to dump on the bay area as early as tomorrow morning's commute. this is our live hi-def doppler radar in search of any kind of rain.
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not seeing too much as of yet. just across suisun bay that's about it but it skirted across the area during the morning commute and we saw just over a quarter inch of rain in santa rosa to just shy of two-tenths in the danville area. live weather camera looking out towards the bay bridge. we have layers and layers of cloud. we have delays at sfo on some arriving flights. we have an active weather pattern. see that low over the pacific ocean? that's an area of low pressure, the frontal boundary first will impact our bay area tomorrow. and then behind it, even a more powerful, powerful rainstorm moving into the bay area. i tell you what we're going to do. we are going to track thursday and friday's rain event and tell you when to expect it and how much rain coming up later on. a public viewing under way for former first lady nancy reagan. this is live look at the ronald reagan presidential library in southern california where her body is lying in repose. reporter danielle nottingham is there as thousands of
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people paid their respects. >> reporter: nancy reagan casket was carried into the ronald reagan presidential library wednesday morning. her children followed close behind. inside, the former first lady's family held a private service before opening the doors to the public. tracy king reyes and her 73- year-old mother elaine were among the first visiters in line. >> i just wanted to pay respects to a great lady that, you know, did a lot for our community and for the united states. >> reporter: earlier, a procession escorted the late mrs. reagan as she made her last journey across los angeles to her final resting place. crowds are being shuttled here to the reagan library to view nancy reagan's casket. they lined up for hours before the public viewing to make sure they didn't miss a moment in history. so you want to be there when you can. >> to see it for yourself. and this is it. >> reporter: many say nancy reagan's greatest legacy is her devotion to former president ronald reagan. >> they have a wonderful love affair. >> even on the screen, could you see this love that they
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exuded for each other. >> to me that was just a real woman. you know? that took care of a man. >> reporter: as in life, nan say reagan will forever be by her husband's side. she will be buried next to him on friday. in simi valley, california, danielle nottingham kpix 5. >> the public will be able to visit nancy reagan's casket through tomorrow afternoon. first lady michelle obama, former president george w. bush and former first ladies laura bush and rosalynn carter and hillary clinton will attend mrs. reagan's private funeral. to campaign 2016, republicans dropped out of the presidential race is now throwing her support behind candidate ted cruz. >> so it is time now to unite behind the one man who can beat donald trump, who can beat hillary clinton, who can beat the dc cartel. it is time to unite behind ted cruz, ladies and gentlemen. [ applause ] >> the next pred of the united states! >> carly fiorina made her public endorsement for the texas senator today in miami
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calling him a, quote, true conservative who wan get the job done in washington. fiorina suspended her campaign last month after scoring low in the polls. the endorsement comes after another strong showing last night for republican front- runner donald trump. cbs reporter kenneth craig with the results for both parties in tuesday's primary. >> reporter: donald trump made it clear who won in tuesday's elections. >> only one person did well tonight, donald trump, i will tell you. >> reporter: trump's big win netted him 58 delegates tuesday. ted cruz won 45 thanks to his idaho win while marco rubio came up empty. >> it always comes down to florida, doesn't it? >> rubio needs to win his home state of florida to stay in the race. but he is trailing trump in the polls there. cbs news confirms there are internal discussions about whether or not he should drop out. >> i'm talking about a [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: vermont senator bernie sanders is hoping voters in florida next week
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will do for him what the voters in michigan did tuesday, pull off an upset. >> i just want to take this opportunity to thank the people of michigan who repudiated the polls. >> reporter: clinton won mississippi and is more than halfway number to the number needed to clinch the nomination. >> unless there's a string of upsets and surprise, she is still headed towards the nomination. >> reporter: clinton leads in the polls in every state voting next tuesday. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. >> clinton and sanders will debate tonight in florida. a natural gas explosion in seattle early today reduced several businesses to rubble. it happened about 1:45 a.m. north of downtown seattle. crews were still spraying water and foam on active flames after daybreak. firefighters checking out a report of a gas leak when that blast happened. nine of them had minor
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injuries. people blocks away felt the impact. >> i was like seven blocks way but i felt it over there. i was in the -- yeah, i was sleeping. [ simultaneous speakers across the street. i thought a car blew up or something. >> a neptune coffee outlet sandwich shop and bike store were businesses damaged or destroyed. it's not clear where the gas leak came from. coming up, new attacks in israel putting security forces on high alert. increasing threats inside and outside of the country. >> and the restaurant chain just can't catch a break. a new step back for the already struggling chipotle coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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in the region. cbs reporter jonathan vigliotti israeli security forces are on high alert today after
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two more attacks in the region. cbs reporter jonathan vigliotti says the violence comes as vice president joe biden visits the country. >> reporter: police secured the scene of yet another violent attack. this one on a bus near jerusalem where officers say two palestinians opened fire injuring one person. the shooting followed an attempted stabbing in the west bank earlier in the day. and a deadly stabbing spree the fight before in jaffa that killed an american student. the wave of violence hit as vice president joe biden visited israel to meet leaders on both sides of the conflict. >> israelis and visitors to israel cannot go on being afraid. >> reporter: biden was just a mile away from tuesday night's deadly stabbing and his wife and grandchildren were having dinner in the area. amateur video apparently shows the attacker fleeing the scene before police killed him. israel is facing threats from
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outside the country, too. on wednesday, iran reportedly test-fired two ballistic missiles. it comes weeks after iran's historic nuclear deal with world powers. biden says the u.s. will take action if the deal is broken. villarreal, cbs news. >> more than 180 palestinians and at least 28 israelis have died during the violence in the last five months. back here at home now state lawmakers have prosed a tax on sugary drinks. it's all aimed in part at getting people to cut back. the legislation would force distributors to pay a health impact fee of 2 cents an ounce meaning a 12-ounce soft drink would cost you an extra 24 cents. the expected $2 billion a year in revenue would fund programs to prevent obesity and diabetes. an assemblyman from healdsburg authored the bill. chipotle shares continue to drop after at least one worker at a boston area restaurant tested positive for
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norovirus. no customers appear to be infected. this comes as chipotle is working to turn around slumping sales after an e. coli outbreak. a company spokesman says the affected restaurant has been cleaned and is expected to re- open tomorrow. a live look now at the big board on wall street. let's see how it's doing. well, not much. but we'll take it. the dow is up 2. >> anytime it's up, good news. hey, it's your chance to channel your inner astronaut. the private space company blue origin says it will launch its first human test flights into space next year. the founders jeff bezos of amazon says thousands of people have expressed interesting in paying for a flight. don't think i'd want to be the first one. >> a test run. >> let that work its way out a little bit, huh? >> hey, weather gal. i have a question for you coming up, okay? right now, however -- okay. is that all right with you guys? will you pay attention? >> sure. >> there will be a quiz. okay. [ laughter ] >> let's check the weather watcher program.
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steve reporting at this lunch hour, lots of 50s even some 60s. let's go to that one right there. oh, that's dana in novato. she is always in happy. if i lived in novato i'd be pretty happy, too. >> i'm sure the redwood city are loving the dampness. >> i think we are all loving the dampness. frank and michelle, if you could be a tree, what kind of tree would you be? i'm sorry, i just had a barbara walters moment! [ laughter ] >> a little activity in the form of rain showers still across the bay area. let's zip on in right there outside of the sunset district. just enough to use your umbrella so, oh, this is our live weather camera looking out towards the golden gate bridge where we have had a lot of rain today. not a lot. it's measuring up to .10" over a quarter in the santa rosa area just enough to make the roads very wet. temperatures are very mild in the 50s and 60s. winds are beginning to pick up out of the southeast 10 to 20 miles per hour. on-again, off-again light rain
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gradually diminishing towards the evening commute. heavier rainfall on thursday but the most powerful rain will come on friday. this is the leading edge of the plume of moisture that's now clipping the northwestern quadrant of the state. we have this plume of moisture. it's streaming all the way back to the hawaiian islands so this is what's going to impact your forecast tomorrow. this is the core, the center of the area of low pressure. we have the rotation, the precipitation, and a counterclockwise position around the flow so that's going to sweep in for friday. let's go ahead and use our futurecast and time the rain together. that's the front passing through tomorrow morning. so the initial band will not impact most of the area for the morning commute. just north of the golden gate. here's your thursday lunchtime. you will want to pack your lunch and eat indoors and here's your friday everybody has periods of heavy rain during the morning, during the afternoon. clearing out by the evening commute. but there will be a lot of water on the roads. all right. here we go into your saturday. a bit of a break before more rain on sunday. we tally it up and here's totals.
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towards friday up to 3" of rain. statewide, we are tack talking about 60 in sacramento. high sierra, snow coming. we have 2 minutes and 24 seconds of more daylight today. we wouldn't know it. we're indoors all day. >> we're not perfect. >> the el nino influence, but boy, we are going to have heavy rain, gusty winds up to 40 miles per hour, chance of thunderstorms on friday and sunday night. >> good beach weather? >> it's my miracle march! >> i guess. >> glad you didn't quiz us. all right. thank you, roberta. some sad news now in the music world. sir george martin the record producer who helped propel the beatles to fame died. he allowed the beatles to compose their own material a rarity for rock groups in the early 1960s. he encouraged them to go after
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new sounds and arrangements resulting in some of the most influential albums of all time. and they included rubber soul, abbey road and sergeant person's lonely hearts club band. george martin was 90 years old. the president of the recording academy released a statement saying, quote, he was one of the most innovative producers of all time and his impact on music is unparalleled. our creative community has lost a gifted artist. >> i think paul mccartney said he was like a father to all the beatles. so george martin, dead at the age of 90. still ahead, a new museum dedicated to the broken- hearted. what you're find inside coming up. >> and we want to invite all you pet lovers send us your questions about their health and well-being. just email pets@kpix.com or on our facebook page, and we'll have our pet expert give you an answer every friday right here at noon. (sumo mandarins)
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they're known for their annl fashion show. tonight the well, today's tip of the day is going to be is sumo mandarin. they are not pretty. the skin the peel is ugly. but what's inside is absolutely beautiful! when you select them make sure they are orange all the way around. heavy for their size. very important. that means the tangerine in there is going to be full of juice and not pulp. when you bring them home, simply store them, here is the key now, on the counter, not in refrigerator. the shelf life is short. so buy them and enjoy them rather quickly.
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very easy to peel as you can see. and then open them up, look how beautiful that is! tastes incredible. they smell nice, too. the window is short and they will go bye-bye. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. portfolio i eat thisbefore i eat this, i better pay for it and clean up the mess. >> take a bite, and pay for it. they are known for their annual fashion show and tonight the victoria's secret angels are hitting the beach for a swim special on cbs. >> they are. and i spoke to supermodel lily aldrich who told me they had a photo shoot and someone was a no show. >> all the girls are there. but there's someone missing, michelle! you were supposed to be there. what happened? did you not get on the flight? what happened? you were supposed to be a part of the swim special. so we're going to have like put new somewhere. [ laughter ] >> i love your face. [ laughter ] >> wait a second. >> she rolled with it. >> no one wants to see me at
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the beach. [ laughter ] >> what happened? >> no one wants to see that. you can catch the victoria secret here at 9 p.m. >> i'll have to dvr that baby. if you have a breakup you may not have the heart to throw away or give away your mementos. how donating to the museum of broke relationships. it's opening in may. we'll be right back. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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why it says the classic burr and fries will make it moree money... that story and mor it's lunchtime and a fast- food chain is ditching the healthy stuff going back to its roots. why it says the classic burger and fries will be more money. >> a lot of rain friday. it's coming. >> get ready! captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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