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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. a new twist related to a man beaten by sheriff's deputies and later arrested in an fbi raid. now authority say his ex- girlfriend is missing. good evening, i'm juliette goodrich. >> i'm brian hackney. we have been following this story closely all week and today, a dramatic new turn related to stanislaus petrov.
police now say his ex- girlfriend and her child are missing. kpix 5's emily turner has the story. >> reporter: stanislaus petrov first made headlines in november when video surfaced of alameda county deputies beating him up in a san francisco street after a police chase. he since has been arrested several times for various charges and is in jail after the fbi raided a place on teddy street where they say he spend a lot of time and took him into custody. >> i think they are trying to open the house. >> reporter: now petrov's ex- girlfriend dana is missing along with her 17-month-old baby girl. they are reported missing yesterday, the same day he was arrested in the fbi raid for guns and drugs and the same day a shooting happened outside the house that was raided. police will not say whether foul play was involved in the disappearance of dana or her little girl. but they haven't been seen
since march 14. emily turner, kpix 5. the solano county sheriff's office has released a sketch of a suspect who robbed and attacked people near lake berryessa. the victims say the man approached them on the trail and assaulted one of them before demanding money. bart is testing regular train service between the pittsburg-bay point and north concord-martinez stations this weekend. trying to figure out what caused voltage spikes that damaged dozens of train cars, engineers are moving cars that are most prone to equipment failure off the tracks and replacing them with cars that have better systems. if everything goes well, regular service will continue for the monday commute. the home of baseball is changing. o.co is no more.
an as spokesman says overstock decided not to renew its contract for the naming rights. so for now, the stadium is back to its original name, "the coliseum." overstock's corporate sponsorship with the a's will remain in place. a bizarre accident in southern california. a woman was killed when a plane crashed on the freeway hitting the car that she was in. the single-engine plane landed on top of the car on interstate 15 about 50 miles north of san diego. and then people driving by pulled the 62-year-old pilot an his passenger from the wreckage. they were rushed to the hospital along with three other people from the car. witnesses say the plane appeared to have issues in the air and was flying erratically as it hit the ground. >> can't imagine what it's like to be a motorist to see a plane landing on a freeway and specifically what do you do? um, it's a tough situation. we don't teach that too much in teen driving programs how to avoid planes. >> a spokesman says a driver of the car had pulled over on the
freeway to sync his bluetoot connection moments before the crash. also the plane in today's crash had landed safely on that same stretch of freeway 16 years ago. >> wow. on to the race for the white house. california's secretary of state just announced the name that will appear on the june 7th presidential primary ballot. there are five republicans, donald trump, ted cruz, john kasich, as well as ben carson and jim gillmor who both suspended their campaigns. now, on the democratic side, the big names hillary clinton and bernie sanders along with real estate tycoon rocky de la fuente, henry hughes and several others. today sarah palin joined donald trump on the campaign trail in wisconsin. couple of recent polls show ted cruz ahead of trump in wisconsin since trump's latest comments about women. he has come under fire for
saying he would punish women who seek abortions if they were made illegal. today he accused of the media of manipulating his words. >> they take things and they say it's -- it's -- very, very interesting. the problem is they don't do it with everybody. they do it with me. but i don't see them doing it with other people. >> ted cruz was the only gop candidate to attend the north dakota republican state convention before going to wisconsin. meanwhile, the campaign for the democratic candidates are at odds over a date for a possible debate before the new york primary. the clinton and sanders campaigns are accusing each other of political gamesmanship. the new york primary is april 19. and looking ahead, president obama will visit california this coming week. no official word yet on his agenda. but the white house says he will stop in los angeles thursday before heading to a couple of fundraisers in san francisco on friday. marijuana proponents gathered in front of the white house today calling on the president to legalize pot.
they waved signs and participated in a, quote, mass consumption of cannabis at 4:20 p.m. protestors say decriminalizing it will lead to more medical research. the district of columbia legalized marijuana last year. but it is still illegal to smoke it in public there. tensions are building in the belgium suburb that's home to individuals connected to the deadly bombings in paris and brussels. today police arrested at least 7 people after clashes broke out during right wing demonstrations in the predominantly muslim neighborhood. authorities have banned all demonstrations in brussels since the march 22 terrorist attacks. and the first flights since those attacks are expected to take off from the brussels airport tomorrow. officials say for now, departure areas will only operate at 20% capacity. 10 people were killed at an airport in last month's suicide bombings. they were among at least 32 people killed in attacks that day. a symbol of unity was
unveiled today in the aftermath of the boston marathon bombings. >> whoo! [ applause and cheers ] >> the sign reading "boston strong" will be visible to runners of this year's boston marathon. it will be the third raisins two pressure cooker bombs were set off near the finish line in 2013 killing three people and injuring dozens more. the city of flint says it's getting ready to sue the state of michigan over its lead- tainted water crisis. flint's chief legal officer says the municipality will sue for damage to the water system and for legal costs. more than 50 lawsuits have been filed since january over the crisis. the city says it doesn't have the fund it need to defend it testify. flint is accused of not doing enough to help people during the 18 months it was getting its drinking water from the polluted flint river. no cars allowed on the roads of mexico for one day a week. authorities announced the new rule as the region deals with the worst air pollution in more
than a decade. they have to be idle one saturday a month, as well. the rules begin next tuesday. they will be in effect until the end of june. authority are offering free bus and subway ride. and still ahead, protestors outside a bay area post office are put on notice after camping out for more than a year. >> i think it is shameful. i think the nfl needs to be held accountable for what they are doing. >> the widow of former raiders quarterback ken stabler lashes out at the league. how she says the nfl mistreated her husband and other players. ♪[ music ]
she claims the league has conspired to hide the effecf trauma on players widow of kenny stabler is suing the nfl. she claims the league has conspired to hide the effects of head trauma on players. >> i think it is shameful. i think the nfl needs to be held accountable for what they're doing. they basically used my husband and the other players as gladiators and treated them as such. my wish is that roger goodell will understand that he does not want to leave a legacy of one similar to that of tobacco. >> rose stabler mentioned the
nfl commissioner during her announcement in fort lauderdale, florida yesterday. she said her husband suffered from mood swings and mental health issues before his death. the tents outside the berkeley post office may be coming down for good but not without a fight. tents, shopping cards full of clothes, makeshift shacks line the perimeter of the post office there. the postal inspectors just put up a notice forcing this "occupy" group to vacate. but those who live there say they're not moving. >> it's been our position from day one as soon as they did that, one, it's you will legal for them to do it and the second thing is to threaten public safety. >> the "occupy" protestors have been outside the post office for more than a year protesting the sale of the post office building. still ahead, airbnb cracking down on people breaking the rental rules in san francisco. >> and a lot of buzz over tesla's latest car. it would mean big business for the bay area. >> plus, unfriendly delivery. a late-night pizza order
multiple homes -- hosts who list multiple homes. starting tomorrow they will purge listings from host who have turned private homes into illegal hotels. current laws say homeowners can only list their own residents for vacation rentals but about one-fifth of the listings in city are by people with more than one home. alaska airlines is reportedly going to buy virgin america. they beat out jetblue and other airlines. it will be worth $2 billion. there's a new economic boom on the horizon in fremont thanks to tesla's newest car. the model 3 won't be ready to hit the road until next year but it has drivers revved up. buyers camped out to reserve one this week and thousands of cars already manufactured right
here in the bay area. >> for every one manufacturing job, 2.2 other jobs are created in the community. so as tesla grows the suppliers and everything around them will continue to grow. >> the exact number of jobs tesla's new car will create is unclear. a dallas area nurse is outraged after he made a late- night pizza order and got a surprising topping. when the nurse opened the pizza box from domino's he saw a note that read, quote, we would appreciate it very much if you didn't wait until 5 minutes before we close. the nurse, who works the night shift, placed the order just before the store closed at midnight. his friends spoke on his behalf. >> i want to see an apology to that hospital. i don't care if they have to bring a pizza to every floor. though nurses deserve something -- those nurses deserve something better. >> domino's said, we do not condone or encourage this kind of behavior or one-sided dialogue with our customers. and they should give the pizza to the whole hospital. what do you think? >> oh, sure.
i'm happy to give away somebody else's pizza. >> sorry about that. [ laughter ] we have fog and low clouds near the shoreline right now. inland, beautiful saturday under way. we look over ocean beach where there are beach hazard advisories posted through the weekend because of the potential for rip currents along the shore. take care in that direction. 74 concord, 57 livermore. look at san francisco, 20 degrees back at 55. san jose very pleasant now at 72. santa rosa 67. out the door tomorrow morning, we'll have low clouds over spreading the bay area and then the sun beginning to peek out. beach hazard statement for all coastal locations where you see that yellow. that's where -- reds up. always heads up when you're at the ocean. heads up. long period of swells 17 second means that those -- you know, very nice casual looking waves that run up on the shore then contain a lot of force to pull you back out into the ocean.
that's what they're worried about for tomorrow. high pressure is over the west coast. mild weather as a result this weekend as a low continues to push moisture toward the pacific northwest. tomorrow morning, fog and low clouds really pile in along the shoreline so that at 9 a.m. tomorrow morning when juliette is having her nails done, there's going to be plenty of overcast going all the way -- [ laughter ] >> -- mount diablo and south into the south bay. actually i'm having my nails done, too. the rest of the day we have mostly clear skies and a few high clouds from time to time with sunshine overspreading the bay area but probably more low clouds tomorrow than today. so more clouds tonight, chilly temperatures, partly sunny tomorrow. highs will be 90 degrees inland by midweek as that high pressure builds in. yikes! tomorrow morning, i would guess if you are a runner, roberta is not here, but i bet she would say it's nice to run in low overcoast and that's what you get for the rock 'n roll half marathon. 54 degrees here in san francisco. travel weather forecast out of
the bay area, 59 lake tahoe, 56 yosemite, 84 fresno. forecast highs for tomorrow, we are looking at 61 for san francisco. 73 at concord. 74 for san jose. nice day in the south bay tomorrow. plenty of sun, mid-70s. low clouds near the shoreline will give way to upper 50s later in the day. east bay nice. brentwood 71. the aptly named pleasanton, 73. up in the north bay numbers in the mid-60s and overcast sunday morning. this message to christian, the computer is stuck. the extended forecast is calling for temperatures to hit about 90 degrees by wednesday. and so prepare for heat. but not tomorrow. that's weather. here's sports. all right. coming up in sport, the final four is dwindling down to the final two on the warriors still eying the record for 73 wins on the season be steve kerr says
get into the championship g march madness has spilled into april with four teams left. fighting to get into the championship game in the first matchup of the day. villanova looking to take down oklahoma a team that beat them earlier this season. when the teams met in december they were in hawaii. today a different location, this houston in front of vice president joe biden. first half wildcats up 23-17. jenkins knocks down the three pushing the lead to 9. jenkins finished with 18 points in the game.
now, final seconds of the first half, josh hart with a shot clock expiring. he hits from downtown. hart finished with 23. nova up 14 at the half. but the sooners make a run after the break. jordan woodard scores off his own missed free throw and oklahoma cuts the deficit to nine. but after that, it was all nova. jenkins, he throws a baseball pass to michael for the dunk and the foul. nova shot 71% from the field. and they won the game 95-51. the 44-point win is the biggest margin of victory in the final four history. nova will play in the national title game for the first time since 1985. to the nba, being perfect is not so easy. a lesson the warriors learned just last night. 41-0 at home this season is no longer in the cards for the "dubs." >> steph fakes, three for the tie, no!
three for the tie, no! the boston celtics have stopped the record run at home! >> it was not an april fool's joke. the celtics became the first visiting team to win a regular season game at oracle since january of 2015 as the warriors home win streak was snapped at 54 games. now golden state needs to finish the season 5-1 to break the 1995-'96 old record of 72 wins on the regular season but coach steve kerr thinks the team needs to focus on getting better, not just breaking records. >> i think they want the record but what they probably realize is maybe all the talk and all the focus on the record has gotten us away from just our process and what makes us who we are, what makes us pretty good. so i think the whole focus now the last six games is let's just play well. you know? let's just be us and let's make hard cuts and set good screens and be crisp and whatever happens, happens.
remember back on thursday when injured center festus izile was the victim of a cruel early april fool's prank by iguodala? his teammate convinced him he had been cut from the team. yesterday on april fool's he got his sweet revenge. >> revenge is a dish best served cold and delicious. hm. >> happy april fool's! ha ha! >> spring was fun but it's now time for the regular season to begin in baseball. both the giants and a's getting their final tune-up in, in game 3 of the bay bridge exhibition series. instead of batting practice, the a's had a shootaround at oracle arena. josh redick going for the steph curry shot. and that's good.
now, as for what happened at the coliseum, bottom of the 3rd inning new outfielder khris davis homers off matt cain solo shot gives oakland 1-0 lead. then later in the inning, jed lowrie flies out to left center, should be a routine play but there's nothing routine about it. denard misplayed it and lowry with an inside-the-park home run. span was charged with two errors on the play. a's win 4-1. both teams open on monday. the a's at home and the giants will be in milwaukee. third round of the houston open jordan spieth holds the bunker shot. two under 70 today and five shows off the lead. on 15 jim herman rolls in the birdie putt to tie for the lead. he cashedded a 5-under 67 and
goes into sunday tied for the lead. >> what's your reaction to the april fool's joke? which one is crueler, the physical one or the one -- >> the mental one. >> absolutely. >> you cannot do that to a guy about cutting ezeli from the team. you could see the look in his eyes. oh, my gosh i got cut. >> it was supposed to be funny. >> thank you. thanks for watching. we'll see you back here again at 11:00. >> the latest news and weather, always on cbssf.com.
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just imagine a life alone, that nobody wanted to be around you. >> norrie oelkers: and we had children coming in for screening with brown bags over their head. they're never allowed to leave their house unless they have a bag on their heads. >> kathy majette: some children don't live, because they have problems with eating, and drinking, and die of malnutrition. >> mel: and they see us as their last resort. >> dr. jill gora: every child deserves a fair chance at life, >> peggy stillman: it may only take an hour to do something that will change their lives forever. >> noreen kessler: and you just see a whole new person, a whole new beginning. it's almost like they're reborn. i can't think of another word but phenomenal. [ music ] >> roma downey: as a mother, i would do anything i could to help my child live a normal life. and i'm sure you would, too. but what if you couldn't do anything? what if you were totally helpless? that's the situation for hundreds and thousands
of parents in developing countries whose children are born with cleft lip or cleft palate. in the united states, these deformities are corrected shortly after birth. but in many countries around the world, these children are left untreated and are shunned. [ music ] [ children's voices ] >> roma downey: i'm in le loi hospital. the volunteer operation smile medical team has come from all over the world to perform surgeries, and parents have brought their children here, hoping that they'll be selected. nine-year-old sut has been ridiculed and rejected all his life. sut isn't even his real name, but that's what he's been called from the day he was born. sut means harelip; a terrible name for a child born with a cleft lip. he's from a very poor family who could never afford surgery. when he was 5, he went for his first day of school.
the other kids laughed at him and made fun of him, so he ran away from school, and he's never been back. he has problems speaking, eating, and drinking. >> leslie rice: he's got to be able to move his lip, so that's the first part of speech. so, that's why we've got to be able to fix this part, so he can talk better. can you open your mouth wide? good. can i hear you say ahhhh? >> ahhhh. >> leslie rice: there are so many children who have facial deformities and cleft palate and cleft lip and they need so much attention and help and especially how we do it at home, so young, and to think that we have 7 and 8-year-olds in these countries that need help. >> peggy stillman: if we don't do it, the children are going to have deformities for the rest of their lives. it'll affect their happiness, their ability to speak, the way they look.
and if we can just do a simple procedure, it may only take an hour to do something that will change their lives forever. [ child crying ] >> dr. bill magee: operation smile began when my wife kathy and i were asked to go on a medical mission to the philippines to take care of children who were born with cleft lips and cleft palates. >> kathy magee: well, in the philippines, we turned away 250 children and we always had hoped that we would be able to take care of those kids. and we went back. we gathered a group of our friends and we did that. we took care of those children. >> dr. bill magee: that decision literally changed the course and the direction of our lives, our family's lives, our values and, i believe, our purpose in life. >> roma downey: this little guy's name is son. he's two years old. he was born with both a cleft lip and a cleft palate,
which is an opening in the roof of his mouth. his mom is very worried. son has difficulty eating and often chokes on his food. [ child crying ] they don't have enough money for rice, much less to afford this surgery. she never, ever thought he might have this chance. she says she wants him to be handsome. the hardest part is, operation smile can't possibly operate on all these children this week. more than 500 kids have come here for screening, most of them from miles and miles away. but we'll only be able to help about 100 children, this trip. >> dr. bill magee: why should any child, anywhere on this planet, have to live a life of misery because someone isn't there to take care of them? there is no justice in that. [ music ]
[ children laughing ] >> roma downey: ngan, who's 3, has a beautiful smile, but it wasn't always this way. she was born with a cleft lip and cleft palate. last year, operation smile repaired her lip and she's back now to have surgery on her palate. [ music ] [ loudspeaker in foreign language ] this is the day everyone's been waiting for. hundreds of families have been gathered here in the hot sun since very early this morning, after having spent the last two nights on the floor in the hospital. they're hoping and praying to hear their child's name called, to hear that they've been selected for surgery. they've been calling out children's names for over an hour now, and the families that haven't been called are getting worried. you can feel the tension and anxiety in the air.