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split second the car was gone. >> reporter: an amber alert as search was triggered and the police called in the fbi for help while jacob's family prayed for his safe return. >> i don't want to say losing hope. we're optimistic, the whole -- every hour, every minute that went by. we knew that we were going to find the car and eventually, you know, find the baby. >> reporter: investigators say his parents were questioned and cooperative it. the crime seemingly random. >> i believe it's consistent with what we initially thought, somebody was an opportunist an running vehicle unattended jumped in and discovers he has a child inside. >> reporter: jacob has as ma. he was taken to the -- asthma. he was taken to the hospital to be treated and checked out there where he was reunited with his family. in soledad, devin fehely, kpix 5. a traffic alert in alameda county. officers searching 880 for a suspect on the run. kpix 5 reporter betty yu was stuck in the traffic mess and betty, what's it looking like
out there? >> reporter: liz, chp just opened three of the four lanes on the southbound side but for much of the afternoon, 880 was just an absolute mess. right now we still have highway patrol officers here on scene and there is an active search for three armed robbery suspects at this time possibly in the newark area. take a look at chopper 5 video. you can see just a swarm of police near a white car presumably belonging to the suspect. we are told that this began as an armed robbery over in millbrae. around 2:00 this afternoon, fremont police received word that they headed over the san mateo bridge and ended up here on 880 south. at some point there was a crash. and at that point, four suspects bailed out of the car, took off running across the freeway. one of those suspects has been caught but again there is an active search for three armed
robbery suspects at this time. the freeway has reopened. northbound was completely shut down earlier as well as the southbound side. again a very active search right now for armed robbery suspects. we'll bring you more details when we get them. live in fremont, betty yu, kpix 5. new at 5:00 a plan to ease traffic and get buses rolling in san francisco has hit a few bumps. the idea was to give muni buses a dedicated lane on mission street, eliminate the left turns and then force drivers off mission in other places. kpix 5's joe vazquez, city planners did not count on drivers simply ignoring the new rules, did they? >> reporter: this is mission and 20th. there you see the markings on the street. you're supposed to turn right every few blocks unless you're a bus or taxi and you can go through the dedicated lane and go straight. well, a lot of people have been
deciding to go straight. and it's been causing problems. the confusion continues. a new configuration of mission street has neighbors complaining of traffic jams. >> drivers yelling at the traffic officer trying to direct traffic off the street. i have heard people, you know -- there was a woman that was hit near 30th and mission near randolph. the driver was confused and she was confused also. so, you know, it's pretty bad. >> reporter: as we first reported two weeks ago, sfmta is applying fresh paint and putting up new signs commanding cars to make right turns every few blocks along mission street. the change have been sudden and have drivers spontaneously deciding to disregard the right turn only sign. they are often going right through intersections. >> we are listening. we have made some changes based on public feedback already. >> reporter: john haley of sfmta says the project is an effort to get the buses running faster as studies show more people here put a premium on public transportation, less so cars.
and the transportation agency is meeting with mission street neighbors including a group of merchants and residents who had a strategy session this afternoon. >> we recognize it's a big change. it requires some changes in behavior. there will be adjustments to it. but again, we view this as such an important corridor and so we'll do everything we can to make sure we make the adjustments and move this forward and see how things work out. >> reporter: yeah. it's not just what's going on in the intersections. as you come back on the sidewalk here, this is mission street on a thursday at 5 p.m. it's usually hustling and bustling but right now there's nowhere to park and so a lot of the merchants are worried about business. we'll talk more about that at 6:00. reporting live, i'm joe vazquez, kpix 5. a major court ruling this afternoon and it's being seen as a big, big win for teachers unions. the state appeals court reversed the decision that found teacher tenure deprives students of a good education. the case started after a group
of oakland and other students sued. in 2014, a judge ruled tenure and other job protections were depriving low income and minority students of a quality education. well today, the state appeals court overturned that decision. lawyers for the students say they plan to appeal today's ruling. new at 5:00 a male lab mix is on the mend after being hit by a car this morning on petaluma boulevard. a passerby found the dog hiding behind a pg&e gas line by a denny's restaurant. rescue crews were able to coax him out. they saw the dog was injured all along his back legs. despite the accident, vets at the petaluma animal shelter say he is in good spirits even flashing a smile. they are hoping someone will recognize the pup and notify his owners. new at 5:00, the suspected robber with the tatoos you could not miss is finally behind bars. pleasant hill police released this photo of charles justus
last week. he is accused of robbing a nordstrom rack store on contra costa boulevard. the u.s. marshals and tehama county sheriff's deputies arrested him near the city of corning yesterday. take a look at his newest mugshot on the right. notice the new tattoo on his neck. also new at 5:00 a fourth girl has come forward accusing a concord dental assistant of molesting her. 24-year-old alejandro saro was arrested last week after an 8- year-old patient accused him of molesting her in an exam room. one day later, two other girls came forward with similar allegations. all four girls say the molestations took place at saro's job. muni may soon join the groups boycotting north carolina over its new transgender bathroom law. it requires transgender individuals to use bathrooms matching the sex on their birth certificates. since it was passed, several musician and companies have
backed out of plans in that state. now the agency that runs muni says it may skip a public transit conference an competition in charlotte next month. last month, san francisco mayor ed lee banned publicly funded city travel to north carolina. we are finally seeing the video that placed donald trump's campaign manager at the center of a battery case. it's hard to see, so we have circled the incident in question. you can see former breitbart reporter michelle fields touch donald trump to try to ask a question during a campaign event in florida last month. that's when trump's campaign manager cory lewandowski grabbed her arm and pulled her away. the palm beach county state attorney announced today that no charges will be filed against lewandowski. in about two hours both presidential candidates will face off in a debate in new york, in which bernie sanders and hillary clinton claim as home turf.
here's a look from the brooklyn navy yard. jamie yuccas is in brooklyn with a look at what is at stake this is battle for the big apple reporter: brooklyn native bernie sanders and former new york senator hillary clinton can both claim home field advantage tonight in their ninth presidential debate. this one coming just five days before voters here head to the polls in the state's primary. a group real clear politics lays out what to expect. >> i think hillary clinton is really focused on blunting sanders' momentum. bernie sanders has been hitting hillary clinton over her qualifications, over her ties to wall street. >> reporter: both candidates have spent a lot of time courting new york ty residents this week, with good reason. 70% of presidential primary voters come from the city and its suburbs. >> i grew up in brooklyn. >> whoo! >> i think new york values are
at the core of american values, that's why i'm proud to be a new yorker! >> reporter: sanders has been drawing big crowds. 27,000 turned out to hear him last night in greenwich village. but clinton is drawing bigger numbers in the polls. she is up by at least 10 points. but the race could be much closer. that's because both candidates have a strong core audience among new york voters. >> hillary clinton does well in diverse areas which new york has to offer. and bernie sanders does well among, you know, white working class voters which we have upstate. >> reporter: other issues almost guarantee to come up in new york? wall street regulation and terrorism. jamie yuccas, cbs news, brooklyn, new york. only on "5" a south bay man being called a hero. how has job as a workout instructor helped save a family. coming up. >> the day started with some rain showers throughout the bay area but coming up, we are not talking about just clear skies. clear skies with temperatures in the 80s. find out which two days will
a woman crashes her car- fuf kids near a south bay gym.. then: a cross-fit talk about right place right time. a woman crashes her car full of kids near a south bay gym. then a crossfit coach work there is pulls off a daring rescue. today, he tells us how he did it. kpix 5 reporter kiet do with the story you will see only on "5". >> reporter: greg pena is the good samaritan ninja. do you realize how much risk you put yourself at by doing all of this? >> i don't think i had a clue. >> reporter: on march 26, greg was about to coach a class at the los gatos swim and racquet club. the workout area is next to a
retaining wall for highway 17. all of a sudden, there was a loud crash and a plume of smoke. an suv had overturned with a mom and her three young kids inside. without hesitation, greg scaled the 25-foot wall. we timed him and he did it in less than 15 seconds. once up there, greg cut the toddlers and newborn free, who were dangling upside-down. jessica magdalena was the driver that day says she and her kids are okay. she was shocked when we showed her the footage when he was climbing. he came out of nowhere. >> god sent me that angel. >> reporter: you're probably thinking what i'm thinking. climbing that 25-foot wall is easy. it's not. scott graham is a firefighter who was on the scene that day and nominated greg for citizen's medal of valor. would you call him a hero? >> absolutely yeah. i know he wouldn't call himself that but, you know, you think what he did was heroic.
>> reporter: that following sunday jessica said a prayer asking the holy spirit to protect greg and give him strength wherever he goes in life. >> i don't like to be called a hero. i like to think that anybody would have done this. >> reporter: in los gatos, kiet do, kpix 5. >> incredible strength. berkeley police need your help identifying a pair of ipads thieves. surveillance shows one of the suspects near the front of the apple store on 4th street. the other suspect is seen kneel on the floor holding one of the display devices on april 3. officers don't believe this incident is related to any other ongoing thefts from apple stores here in the bay area. google wants to join the nationwide competition for internet service. the mountain view-based company announced that it wants to beam wireless broadband directly into homes across america. google currently provides high- speed internet and cable services in a few cities under google fiber. if the company figures out the
technology for nationwide network, it can compete with big names like comcast, at&t and verizon. you buy a car, you register it with the dmv, even pay for insurance. then you find out the car was once stolen giving the chp the right to destroy it. consumerwatch reporter julie watts is here with a warning every car buyer should hear. >> reporter: this is where ruben used to park the 2009 toyota camry he bought off craigslist almost five years ago. that was before the chp showed up unannounced and hauled it away claiming it was evidence. >> it was just out of the blue boom, car was stolen. >> reporter: according to this paperwork the chp gave him the car was a possible vin switched vehicle. he says the chp investigator told him the parts on his car had been stolen. >> so you won't see this car ever again. we are going to destroy it. >> reporter: the dmv says anyone buying a used car should be aware of an underground economy called car cloning like id theft for cars where someone
steals a vehicle, pries on the v.i.n. number plates and replaces them from junks, totals or cars stolen out of state. >> it's difficult to know if any given part is stolen. >> reporter: the dmv says before buying a used car, you should always take it to a mechanic. a trained eye who can compare v.i.n. numbers strategically etched on parts in the car to see if they match. >> that will actually give you the ability to look at the parts, look at the vehicles, engine. >> reporter: according to court documents, during a large-scale investigation involving numerous vin switch vehicles the chp discovered rubin's car was originally stolen outside of sacramento in 2010 and the vehicle had been vin switched. the insurance company paid out the claim to the previous owner. so what happens to ruben? >> the car will be gone. >> reporter: a judge ordered the chp to destroy it. meaning rubin is out a car and the $15,000 he paid for it. >> they said no, that car is not yours, that's it. >> reporter: it's important to have a trusted mechanic to inspect any used car before you
buy it but look for red flags like well below value or scratches on the vin plates or on the door. on the consumerwatch, i'm julie watts. nine people were killed and 761 injured after a magnitude 6.5 earthquake rocked southern japan just a few hours ago. a survivor had his camera rolling after the first round of shaking. that's when he caught one of the aftershocks. crowds screamed as buildings swayed. the quake struck around 9:30 p.m. local time. rescuers say the full extent of the damage won't be clear until daylight. national weather service has issued a high surf advisory through tomorrow for the coast around san francisco. that advisory is in effect from point reyes down the peninsula. people are advised to stay clear of the shore break as the swell rolls in. we have told you this before. 16 to 22-foot waves expected.
they are powerful to sweep you out. >> a good warning considering it's going to be beautiful the next couple of days. that's the key. if you get a high surf advisory paired with weather, that makes families and people want to go in the water head to the beach and things get dangerous and we'll see that kind of intersection tomorrow because the winds are going to change and it's going to get much warme on the weekend. current temperatures not warm. the onshore flow is still there. san jose sunshine and 63. it's 5 degrees cooler in san francisco. 58 for you. and santa rosa and live 62. one more time that high surf advisory through the evening tonight. now at 8:00 tomorrow it the waves don't magically go away. they just go under the advisory criteria. they will still be above average through the day tomorrow and likely into the weekend. but the swells will be running 13 to 18 feet which is rather high through 8:00 tomorrow morning gradually relaxing throughout the day tomorrow which happens to be friday heading toward the weekend. clear night tonight. we weren't warm during the day. we'll get chilly tonight around
40 in napa and santa rosa. livermore down to 43. san jose 45. redwood city 44. but the big change is the change in wind direction. the onshore flow that kept you chilly over the past couple of days is gone replaced by a north wind. a lot of the parts of the country a north wind would be air from canada which would be cold. for us it's one version of an offshore wind limiting the ocean influence so we'll be much milder starting friday. the 680 corridor, vallejo, benicia, martinez, concord, the winds coming out of the north and northeast, that will warm us up because we'll limit the cooling impact of the chilly pacific ocean. so the reason why the winds are changing, this ridge of high pressure is building. you see the clockwise building around it. as it gets closer the winds go north and then northeast, which will get us warm over the weekend. looking very active on the radar all of that staying north. blocks to the north by that building ridge of high pressure. so breezy this evening. mainly clear, chilly night but we'll be warmer tomorrow. the two warmest days will be saturday and sunday. the 7s will be replaced by 8s.
we'll see widespread 80s away from the water. tomorrow milder. saturday and sunday 80s inland, 70s near the bay and winds back to an onshore flow next week, we keep the sunshine but it will not be as warm. making the rounds on social media the past couple of days talk of la nina which is is the opposite of el nino. does this mean we are going back to a drought situation? do not worry one bit. we do not know yet whether la nina is coming back next winter. way too early to tell you about typically after a strong el nino kind of like the pendulum swinging one way it typically swings back the other way. we'll see. a chimp named chacha escaped from a zoo in japan but his sweet taste of freedom didn't last. he was spotted hanging out on some utility poles.
there he is yawning an monkeying around on the wires. a worker shot him with a tranquilizer gun. he was taken back to the zoo. officials still aren't sure how he escaped. >> chacha is safe. >> chacha is a man. a male. >> he is fine. >> good. okay. big changes coming to mickey d's. >> coming up, how the chain plans to cut some healthy food options. >> but first, stocks were mixed today. ,,
based company. r a bill introduced new at 5:00 a push to overhaul the tax system could mean bad news for a mountain view-based company. under a bill introduced in congress, a free online tax prep and filing system would be created. that is seen as a threat to intuit's turbotax software. they saw strong numbers last tax season. the company says of the people
who actually used the software to file taxes, intuit had a 62% share of the market. it's a wrap for one of mcdonald's healthier menu items. according to bloomberg, the fast food chain is getting rid of its mcwraps. mcdonald's introduced a snack size in 2006 and entree size in 2013 to try to attract younger healthier eaters but the wraps took longer to make and never really caught on. mcdonald's started phasing them out last summer. the san jose sharks begin their run in the stanley cup play-offs tonight. the first round opponent is the l.a. kings. san pedro square is already decked out for what hopefully will be a long play-off run. and it was the warriors versus the kobe bryant in a battle for tv ratings. yeah. and golden state won. that's right. the warriors' record-breaking 73rd win earn a 2.7 rating for
espn last night edging out lakers star kobe bryant's farewell game. that earned a 2.6 rating. kobe did put on a show. scored 60 points as he closed out his nba career that has spanned two decades. both games were also hot on social media. >> warriors play-off run starts this saturday at home. they will be taking on the houston rockets. 12:30 at oracle arena. now for a look at what's ahead on the "cbs evening news." scott pelley is in new york. >> reporter: here's the "cbs evening news" tonight. dr. john lapook goes to washington and asks lawmakers why they are not providing emergency funds for the war on zika virus! and for a town devastated by tragedy, healing now takes center stage. we'll have those stories tonight on the "cbs evening news." ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
newsroom. new at 6:00 tonight: putting a stop to i'm allen martin in the kpix 5 newsroom. new at 6:00 tonight, putting a stop to the so-called pink tax. women paying a premium on everything from clothes to shampoo. the new fight to level the playing field. >> and a little pot shop took on the feds and won. a major victory for marijuana supporters that's been two decade in the making. that and more at 6:00. >> thank you. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. >> allen and veronica will see you right back here at 6:00. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com
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