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jose. kpix 5's devin fehely on how the city is promising to help those struggling to kept a roof over their heads. devin. >> reporter: yeah, as you can see there's a standing room only crowd here at the san jose city hall. literally hundreds have signed up for their opportunity to discuss rent control and affordable housing here in the sillicon valley and the council is expecting a marathon session that could stretch well past midnight. >> it's really hard making ends meet. >> reporter: sarah has been forced to live with her son, mother and brother. the only way she can scrape together enough money to afford her $2,800 a month apartment in midtown san jose. >> if they keep going up i'm probably going to have to move to a different area. i feel like i'm getting kind of like pushed out of san jose and i don't want to be pushed out. >> reporter: the san jose city council is considering sweeping changes to its rent control ordinance changes that would help renters like sarah but potentially hurt their landlords. >> if we don't have big deep
pockets, these impressions that we're the greedy landlords is wrong, we're small business owners and we're just basically trying to operate our small business. >> reporter: currently there are roughly 44,000 rent controlled units in san jose. landlords of those units can legally raise the rent 8% a year more than enough advocates say to put the squeeze on working families. >> it's supposed to balance a reasonable fair return but at the same time make sure that tenants aren't being subjected to unjust rents. >> reporter: supporters are strengthening the rent control ordinance would like to see annual increases tied to inflation or the cost of living. the council will have to wade through several competing proposals as they try to cool the red-hot rental market. >> reporter: now, the council is going to consider a proposal that would link the annual increases in rent to the cost of living. another that would cap it at 5%. and yet another at 6%.
and those public comments are expected to last for several hours. the last time that the city's rent control ordinance was changed was 1999. devin fehely, kpix 5. how about home sales in the bay area? they were brisk during the month of march up 37% from february. analysts with core logic say that it was a normal seasonal spike as we move away from the holidays and winter. median price $643,000. that's up 4.5% from february. despite the uptick, home says were down nearly 3% from a year ago. new at 6:00, this time tomorrow, thousands of pot enthusiasts will be celebrating the unofficial holiday 420. in san francisco's hippie hill, it's the unofficial epicenter. right now, that party is in san rafael. kpix 5 reporter mike sugerman is live at the first-ever 420 eve party. all right, mike what can you
tell us? >> reporter: well, come on down. i'm on the red carpet here. is it going to be -- i'm at the terrapin crossroads which is the restaurant here in san rafael. it's owned by grateful dead bass player and they are going to be awarding the first annual treasure of the holy grail judged to be the finest medical marijuana in the bay area. and it is possibly the first 420 eve party -- certainly that i have ever heard of. what is 420? well, you know, if you know it's a big holiday if you know it's also a big headache. today is april 19. it's 4/19 on the calendar. this is hippie hill golden gate park san francisco. today. ♪[ music ] >> tomorrow it's expected to look like this. like it has the past several years at 4:20 in the afternoon on 4/20. with upwards of 15,000 people crammed in. >> you know, 4/20, man, self- explanatory. >> reporter: for those who need explanation set the way back
machine to 1971. san rafael high school where four friends would meet after school at 4:20 in the afternoon to smoke pot. >> it was a joke back in the early '70s for us. and we still think it's a joke. >> reporter: one that went viral before viral existed. friends in the local grateful dead community helped it spread like the smoke cloud from a [ indiscernible ] just sparked up. >> you want that? >> no. >> reporter: he goes by the name slouch diesel. with his karl pal made a bucket list trip here today to smoke pot on this very spot. >> this is our first time out on the hill and i couldn't just -- trying to you know visualize all these people out here. it's probably amazing. >> reporter: amazing depends on your point you view. >> people will get here at literally dawn and try to find parking to unload. >> reporter: and they often park in buzz macy's driveway. his auto repair shop will stay open -- >> there's also merchants that either are closing for the full day or part of the day. >> reporter: bookstore owner kristin evans shuts her doors a
bit after 4:20 p.m. it costs the city upwards of $100,000 to patrol during and clean-up afterwards. police will be out in force. smoking pot is okay. creating havoc is not. >> for those who come that plan to create any type of havoc whatsoever, we plan to be swift with arresting and removing those individuals. >> reporter: and please, help cut down on the 10,000 pounds of trash left behind last year. are you here to clean up after yourself? >> always. >> reporter: so puff come a long way since the '70s. it will be a banquet to give this out. there will be dinner, a banquet and open bar $100 a ticket. mike sugerman, kpix 5. >> more drama at the santa clara county jail. now guards are suing the
sheriff. they claim sheriff laurie smith released text messages from deputies that contained racial slurs and they say that breaks rules to protect private records. the union filed the suit. >> no one is above the law. clearly there are issues here systemic issues that we have been discussing at length that were brought out in the blue ribbon commission. and that we hope to make the jail safe for everyone. >> no comment from the sheriff. >> in the meantime the santa clara county sheriff's department says a couple of drunk inmates attacked deputies inside the elmwood correctional facility in milpitas yesterday. as inmates were being removed the fight began. one deputy required stitches after being kicked in the face. the inmates were fermenting
fruit turning it into alcohol. a surfer was rescued on ocean beach. he was clearly shaken up. they gave him a medical exam before putting him into a stretcher into an ambulance and he is expected to be okay. the rescue comes days after two teenagers were swept to sea at the same beach. now san francisco's supervisor eric marr wants to improve the signage at the popular beach to warn about the dangers posed by strong rip currents. new at 6:00 the same ocean waters can also erode the foundations of homes. -on the california coastline n pacifica, one couple facing the loss of their dream home decided to just move it. kpix 5's john ramos shows us the challenges they have trying to move it out of harm's way. >> kind of a swishing and crackling sound. every time the sound happened we have shown it outside and there were more pavers gone. >> reporter: in january a huge
el nino storm surge lopped off the backyard of melissa's home dropping it to the beach below. melissa had to flee the little dream house she had been working on for seven years. >> then we had to decide to move it or lose it. >> reporter: show chose the former calling in whacker and sons house movers out of petaluma. >> she sent me pictures and i immediately picked up the phone and i said, if we can do this we have to do it now. >> reporter: so today was moving day or more precise will go raising day a series of hydraulic jacks lifting the house off its foundation. the crusade it was nerve- racking working on the edge of an abyss. but slowly ever so slowly, the house took flight. >> the goal today is to get the house about 4 feet in the air. >> reporter: next workers will construct a set of tracks and the entire house will be moved about 20 feet forward to the sidewalk and that's where it will sit buying time while
melissa searches for someone with a vacant lot in pacifica. >> we are hoping that one of them will allow us to purchase it at market value and we can save our dreams. >> reporter: it's been a tough lesson but like many in the town she has learned that no one who lives on the ocean's edge can really standstill forever. in pacifica, john ramos, kpix 5. >> the permits are good for six months enough time she hopes to find a new location in town for her house. in other bay area headlines, berkeley police are looking for the man in this surveillance video who apparently shot at a homeless man multiple times before running away. surveillance cameras captured the gunfire last thursday across from the cal campus on kittredge and folsom streets. the homeless man was not injured. a man charged with two felonies after a deadly hit-and- run in pittsburg this morning. he sped past a patrol car, led
him on a chase, hit a pedestrian and crashed through a fence at the delta view golf course. then he tried to run away. cops tracked him down a few blocks away. he has been identified as [ non- english language ] from concord. he has a suspended license and is on probation for a prior dui arrest. it is unknown if alcohol or drugs were a factor. the pedestrian was a 65-year- old woman. traffic changes are coming to twin peaks. the sfmta just voted to close all car traffic on one side of the hill part of a push to make the site safer for four pedestrians and cyclists. now the single lane on the west side of twin passengers will become two lanes. speaking of lane changes californians could soon be seeing more reversible car lanes. these sipper trucks that switch lane formation every rush hour ease gridlock on the golden gate bridge and assemblyman introduced legislation today to
increase their use on california roads rather than build new lanes. voters in san francisco will decide in november if residents can attend city college for free. >> city college we should -- it is an institution that many of our residents have depended on to ride the middle class. >> supervisor jane kim announced a ballot measure today for a transfer tax on luxury properties worth more than $5 million. the money would pay college fees for people living in the city. critics argue that the city can't afford to provide free education. but supervisor kim says the proposal would generate new revenue to cover the free college benefits. now to campaign 2016. big day in the big apple. polls closed in new york a few minutes ago. both democrats and republicans casting their ballots in the crucial primary. kpix 5's elizabeth cook joins us now with the early results. liz. >> reporter: veronica, front- runners donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to pick up primary wins in their
home states. cbs is projecting donald trump the winner of the republican primary in new york. the empire state has 95 gop delegates up for grabs. trump needs to take as many of those as he can to clinch his status as the front-runner before the gop convention. this is a live look at the primary night party for donald trump. it's being held at trump tower in new york city as you can see, a large crowd gathered there. the billionaire businessman has not taken the stage yet. as for the democrats, cbs news estimates that hillary clinton is leading over bernie sanders but is still too early to call. there are a total of 247 delegates for the taking in today's democratic primary. a live look now at clinton's campaign headquarters in new york city. sanders is already looking ahead to pennsylvania tonight. he is campaigning at penn state. now, this is the first time in decades new york is playing an important role in the
presidential nomination process. our kpix 5 political analyst melissa caen will have a break down in a bit. back to you. it's like air traffic control for drones. the major test for the technology of the future. how it could help control the chaos in the crowded skies. >> not what you expect when you take your car in for service. a man claims a mechanic took his audi on a joyride and it doesn't stop there. >> and dynamite discovery. how a massive project to build a new bay area dam has unearthedded some buried treasures. >> treasure of a day in the bay area not as warm as sunny but still beautiful on stanford's campus. we have cloudy skies this evening with temperatures in the 70s. we'll have rain coming up with the forecast. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
it invol a major milestone for nasa. it held the largest test yet for its unmanned aircraft systems this morning involving nearly 2 dozen drones flying simultaneously around the country including at moffett field where kiet do reports. >> command, this is texas. we have all four started up and their taking off now. >> reporter: at nasa ames in mountain view a bit of aviation history. nasa is conducting the most complex test of its air traffic management system for drones. >> command this is virginia. we have two airborne here. >> reporter: 22 drones at six sites around the country from alaska to texas all being tracked simultaneously in real time. after working on this for a year and a half the team is all smiles. you look like a proud father. >> yeah. it's a pretty big step for us to see the system working across all these different areas in the u.s. at the same time. and the system performing as we expected it to. so yeah, it's kind of a proud moment for all of us that are involved.
>> reporter: the drone pilots send in their flight paths seen here as a blue line. if there are no conflicts like flying too close to an airport government building or another drone the software approved the flight plan. if the drone goes outside the purple boundary, the pilot will get an alert. >> the scientists at nasa want to stress this is a research flat form but what it can already do is cool. using the ipad app you can actually zoom in to one particular drone flight path. you can then tap on that drone itself. it will bring up that drone's information, the call sign, the flight path, and the pilot's contact information. nasa worked with more than 200 different government agencies, companies and industry groups to create a robust tracking system for the future that can one day track tens of thousands of drones nationwide. but for now, baby steps. >> we're anxious to get this going. we need to be rigorous about our approach and making sure that we satisfy all the regulatory as well as
operational requirements before we say this is ready. >> reporter: in mountain view, kiet do, kpix 5. the first private flight service from buchanan field in concord in decades is taking off. jetsuite started service between buchanan field and bob hope airport this morning. the private jet charter operator also offers weekend trips to vegas, seats on the local flight to burbank costing between $100 and $200. santa clara-based intel slashing 12,000 jobs worldwide roughly 11% of its workforce. the chip maker announced today the layoffs are part of a restructuring effort as it turns its attention to the cloud. employees will be notified within the next 60 days. the company says it will save about $1.4 billion annually by the time the cuts are completed next year. no word yet how many of the layoffs are here in the bay area. a big step forward for the largest california reservoir project in 20 years. a new spillway now finished at
the calaveras dam designed to better direct overflow. but as kpix 5's don ford shows us, the project uncovered a treasure-trove of unique artifacts. >> reporter: the new calaveras dam construction in the east bay has reached a giant milestone. after five years, the spillway is finally finished. the remainder of the new dam is still being built. it is replacing the smaller and older dam. >> this replacement project is to build an earthquake-safe dam. >> reporter: when you move nearly 7 million yards of rock, you're bound to find some surprises like fossils. >> we have whales and whale bones and shark bones and things like that we found up on the hill up here. >> reporter: that's not all they found. the original construction crews nearly 100 years ago buried a lot of stuff on their way out. like piles of mule shoes and
wheels from wagons and old tools. one day they found something shocking! >> we also found old unused packages of dynamite. our jaws were just looking at it and they were picking at it which are hammers and we go whoa, wait a minute, wait a minute! >> reporter: but after being buried in the dirt and mud for nearly 100 years, the alameda bomb squad declared the sticks harmless. the dam replacement project is projected to cost $810 million. it's hard to imagine but engineers say in about three years, the dam will stretch completely level across the canyon. that's calaveras dam site. don ford, kpix 5. the dam will be the largest sfpuc reservoir in the bay area when it's finished. the bay area is overdue for a costly earthquake. scientists say the fault that stretches from north of reno
and lake tahoe to south of yosemite national park has been quiet for decades. they expect a magnitude 7 quake along the eastern front of that fault on average every 3 years. a 6 quake strikes every 10 years. the last magnitude 6 was 22 years ago south of carson city. >> 91 in san jose yesterday. we wanted to be able to get within 25 degrees of the 1 by the end of the week. very strange weather that whatever the week starts with, the end is going to be wildly different. we start off hot, end cold. mount vaca, mount tam off in the distance. the view from right where hi- def doppler is, it is mainly cloudy but should lead to a spectacular sunset because off to the west right above the horizon we do have some clear skies. it was a warm day today. not as warm as yesterday. but in the south bay morgan
hill hit 86. concord, buchanan field 84, san rafael 83. san jose 82. some changes are heading our way. hopefully we'll see a change in how the bullpen pitches tonight. diamondbacks, giants, should be a nice night for bump. clouds moving through mainly clear mid-60s. as for what's going on the temperatures will trend downward. here we go. we'll be mainly clear overnight tonight. and temperatures will drop even when we get up to the 80s for highs. we'll start off chilly cool and temperatures tomorrow around 50. exactly 50 for concord south of fremont san jose i'll throw in gilroy, as well. mountain view 50. santa rosa 46 as well as napa. tomorrow mild above average but not as warm. look at the high temperatures tomorrow. not the 80s. instead the 70s. concord 75. napa 73. redwood city 78. mountain view 79 degrees and rain moves in late thursday
night into friday. watch futurecast. tomorrow we're sunny but cooler. thursday we're cloudy and cooler. friday we are are wet and cool. we have some rain moving in especially friday morning. so late week rainfall. the story between now and then is cooler weather. five to seven degrees each day. then we hit friday morning. we are only going to be in the mid-60s with rain in the morning scattered showers in the afternoon all of this setting the stage for a sunny pleasant weekend. two weekends ago it poured. last weekend in the 80s. this weekend highs in the 60s and 70s with sunshine. it won't be overly warm. >> we get some rain. >> trying to make everybody happy around here. >> good job. >> you're shacking your head. >> yeah. half of them are going to be manic anyway. >> just doing my job. >> thank you, paul. they are designed to keep you safe from fraud but those chip cards can be painfully slow. the new plan to speed up the
before.. it took anywhere fm 10 chip visa is trying to speed up payments with those new chip cards. before it took anywhere from 10 to 20 seconds for the chip readers to approve the transactions. now visa says it is rolling out an update to let people dip and remove their cards in about 2 seconds or less. meantime, card skimming at atms is way up. it was up 546% between 2014 and 2015. skimming is when hackers put a device into the machine to capture your bank information and your p.i.n. number. more than half of skimming reports happened at nonbank atms. a computer glitch is blamed for dropping pregnant women from california health plans. they were switched to medi-cal
after their knowledge or consent after reporting pregnancies. the glitch is in place until september. you can get your coverage retroactive the day you reported your pregnancy. coming up in our next half- hour a man drops his audi off for service and leaves his dashcam rolling. what happened that is sparking an investigation. >> a court fight over this addition to a popular bay area park. 101 group says the open air urinal is against the law. >> donald trump about to take the stage to address his victory in new york's primary. what his win tonight could mean for his path to the presidency.
number like 5 or 6% is the proposal. our other top story is the eve of the biggest pot smoking holiday of the year. unfortunately for neighbors, the heart of the action is here in san francisco. a couple of schools around golden gate park will be closed tomorrow. >> it is the last thing you expect when you take your car in to get service the. a mechanic is accused of taking an audi for a joyride through palo alto after he was busted on the car's dashcam. kpix 5's len ramirez is live in palo alto to tell us more. >> reporter: i talked to the dealer and he wasn't able to offer an explanation to us or his many customers about what happened but this video that surfaced on youtube seems to show one of his employees taking a customer's car out for a joyride that includes driving at high speeds and possibly taking drugs. the video starts with what
looks like an audi technician in the service bay then someone gets behind the wheel, revs the engine and hints at what's to come. >> this is going to be fun. >> reporter: the owner posted this video on youtube allegedly taken from his dashcam last week which recorded a high-speed joyride on the streets of palo alto. [ laughter ] [ engine revs ] >> reporter: the video is like a real-life replay of a memorable scene from the movie ferris bueller''s day off in which two garage valets take a classic ferrari on a joyride. >> but this video is even stranger than fiction with the camera still rolling the audi driver parks and appears to snort something. audi of palo alto did not want to speak on camera but issued a statement that says, quote, an
unfortunate incident was brought to our attention earlier this past week. we immediately began our investigation and have already taken action. the dealership refused to say whether the employee seen in the video was involved. whether anyone was disciplined or fired. the dealer did try to remove the video but several copies are going viral. we tried but could not reach the owner of the car in question. he posted his feelings though on the video, quote, you take your audi for service and do not expect your vehicle to get abused. check out how this vehicle was treated. thanks, audi palo alto. >> speaking of audi palo alto i did get another email late this afternoon from the dealer saying that -- or actually calling in question the accuracy of that video saying clearly the video has been edited and there are questions about its complete accuracy. he said that doesn't take away any concern that they have about this incident. reporting live in palo alto, len ramirez, kpix 5. back to campaign 2016, the
early results from today's new york primary, kpix 5's elizabeth cook joins us now. liz. >> reporter: veronica, polls closed about a half-hour ago and things are going well tom will for the front-runner. donald trump is projected to be the winner of the new york primary by cbs news. the billionaire business has just entered. >> i want to thank my team. my team has been amazing. and you know, it's actually a team of unity. it's evolving but people don't understand that. the press does understand that they just don't want to talk about it. that's okay. just keep talking. it's very important. keep talking. but this has been an incredible evening. it's been an incredible evening and week. new york state has problems like virtually every other state in the union. our jobs are being sucked out of our state. they are being taken out of our country. and we're not going to let it happen anymore. we're going to stop it. very importantly, and i have to
-- >> he is at trump tower in new york city. he was expected to win in new york where his business is based. meanwhile, to the democrats. hillary clinton is leading over bernie sanders but it is still too early to call. ken and veronica, back to you. >> thank you. our kpix 5 political analyst melissa caen is here to break it down. expectations pretty high for both trump and hillary. i mean, you know, donald trump has built the empire in new york. hillary was a senator there, if they didn't win and these are not final totals it would be embarrassing. >> but they are coming off serious losses trump in utah and wisconsin and hillary a string of losses, a slew of losses. they needed this even though it was predictable. >> the delegate map obviously very important here and trump really had to win. he had to win big. so how many does he pick up and how much closer is he now to the nomination? >> remember in new york the gop allocates delegates by
congressional district so we'll actually have to get all the results from all the congressional districts before we know how many he gets. if he gets all 95 he would have two-thirds of the delegates need to be the nominee before the convex gets started. so it would be a big win for trump although i must point out he would still need some votes from california. >> yeah. that's still coming. and you know, each of these states has different rules. and that's where a lot of this confusion gets started. and in new york, i believe that independents are not allowed to vote in the primary. you have to declare one or the other democrat or republican. and for bernie sanders, that's a big negative. >> that's true. you have to declare a year in advance. today has been a mess. the secretary of state in new york is reporting 5 times as many complaints as he has gotten in the 2012 general election. so those independent votes are hurting bernie sanders in the polls he was predicted to finish within about 12 points of hillary clinton and the
results are showing a bigger span between them and that seems to indicate that that's what happens when he can't get the independent vote. >> we have the conventions in july but next tuesday we have another contest. so what's at stake here? >> next week is the next big contest and i want to make it clear we are almost done. actually next tuesday! [ laughter ] >> we keep saying this but i swear we're almost at the end. next tuesday we have maryland, connecticut, pennsylvania, rhode island and delaware are all voting and that's going to be the next big election day and then the subsequent next big election day is us! so that's kind of it. and for the republicans, there's about 172 delegates at stake in california. it's going to be big. those are another group of states that trump and clinton seem to be doing well in. i'll point out that four out of those five states also have closed primaries. and these independents can't vote in them either so that doesn't bode well for sanders. >> you can't say it's going to
be vague. it's going to be yuge! [ laughter ] >> melissa caen thank you for that. a recall may not be the only problem for tesla's suv. the new complaints about malfunction with the model x. >> and rival construction crews go head to head. the bulldozer battle you have to see to believe. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
your favorite the warm cookies you crave. now in one delicious treat. baskin robbins new warm cookie ice cream sandwiches. create yours today. r complaints inc bay area tesla is under fire after consumer reports showed problems with their model x suv. owner complaints include malfunctioning rear doors, poor paint quality and faulty air- conditioning. the model x hit the market in september with impressive sales. last week tesla recalled 2700 of the suvs. they say the company is working quickly to solve the problem. a san francisco church of group is suing the city over the outdoor urinal at dolores park. they say not only is it gross, it discriminates. the san francisco chinese christian union and pacific justice institute want the city to get rid of the thing.
groups say the open air urinal exposes those who use it to shame and embarrassment and it discriminates against women and the disabled. >> this blatantly violates the unruh act, the restoration act of 1973 and, of course, the americans with disabilities act. >> well, san francisco parks and rec says that it has ordered additional screening for the urinal. the city attorney's office says it is ready to defend itself against any lawsuit allegations. a bit of breaking news right here. cbs news is projecting hillary clinton the winner of the new york state primary. melissa caen will join us live on facebook live in about 4 minutes at 6:45 to discuss all this. get your questions ready. in the meantime, san jose city council leaders are meeting right now to discuss the rising costs of rent. san jose isn't the only one with a problem. tonight we're asking you, what should be done to curb rising rents around the bay area? have you been affected? you can send me a tweet right
now, veronicadlcruz is the place. we are going to have that story on bay area nightbeat at 10:00, come join us over on our sister station kbcw 44/cable 12. a family is warning other parents after their daughter got trapped in a bounce house. >> coming up in sports, a little more clarity on steph curry's injury. maybe. >> i don't know. honestly. >> coach is not a doctor but we have mri results. but has doubt crept into the sharks after the game 3 loss? >> a lot of stat sheets they aren't worth the paper they are written on. >> the injury bug hit the giants. it's coming up in a few minutes in sports.
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trailer for the next transformers movie. tensions between two all right. you got to check this out. it is not a trailer for the next transformers movie. tensions between two construction companies competing for business escalated to such a state that they got into literal bulldozer fight in china. one rammed another knocking it on its side.
down goes the bulldozer. china that's construction sector has fallen on hard times with growth down by two-thirds from its peak a decade ago. >> a nevada girl got stuck inside a bounce house. the girl slipped and got stuck when her hair attached to a section of velcro. her dad used a pair of scissors to free her an rush her to the hospital. it took four hours to remove her strands of hair from that velcro. >> i was stuck and crying. >> i suggest you don't let them play in there. but keep a close eye on them. >> reporter: angela's parents have contacted an attorney. the bounce house's manufacturer is not commenting on the incident. >> wow! watch out for those bounce houses on a windy day! >> every 9-year-old birthday party just got a wake-up call if you are planning one over the next couple of weeks. tie it down get it in the ground. just saying. 70 degrees outside. not much wind throughout the bay area but you wind will be
changing. it will be an onshore flow and that means cooler weather. today it's not cold outside but it's cooler than yesterday. san francisco is 70. santa rosa:70. concord 78. oakland 74. check in with our weather watcher temperatures and information. feels a little muggy outside. it is stickier today compared to yesterday although not as warm and peggy in petaluma says cloudy, light winds, 72 degrees and because of the less wind she says less sneezing today. so many of us dealing with allergies less stuff blowing around is a good thing. rain would be great. friday does look rather wet here in the bay area. shasta lake continues to fill now with primarily snow melt. look where it was december 19. 30% of capacity. february 19, 57% of capacity. today, 92% full. the highest it's been in more than three years. happy to see that. drought isn't over but that's
one indicator we are doing this year compared to the past couple. vallejo 48 tonight. san jose 50. san francisco 54. sunrise at 6:27. what's changing tomorrow? more of that ocean influence. that west-to-east flow mother nature there, this is the world's largest air-conditioner right there. pacific ocean sitting to our west the flow of air coming from it will be cooler and we'll be tomorrow. no 80s. instead mainly the 70s away from the water with 60s near the bay. now let's talk about rainfall. this particular low pressure area is giving us the onshore flow. but it will not give us any rainfall. that's a different weather system that will arrive thursday night and friday morning. futurecast go through the next couple of days, tomorrow some clouds for the north day primarily sunshine for the east bay the peninsula and the south bay tomorrow afternoon but the onshore flow will keep us cooler. different story thursday clouds but no rainfall. that's thursday night friday morning here are some spotty showers. let's stop the clock. 9:00 in the morning there's an organized line of some light-
to-moderate rain moving through. friday will be wet. right now, we don't know exactly when the rain is going to move through. sometime the trends are earlier so it may be an overnight event but plan on friday at times being wet. clear, cool tonight. the cooling continues tomorrow afternoon with rain chances moving in late thursday. but friday the one wet day of the next 7. so tomorrow maybe back in the comfort zone four. fairfield 75. san jose one of the few spots hitting 80. redwood city 78. santa rosa tomorrow 70. cooler thursday with more cloud cover. friday rain likely. the weekend though looking good sunshine, highs around 70 and we'll stay cooler than average next week. that's it for weather. it's time for sports coming up in two minutes. be right back. ,,
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and that allows us to provide clean energy for everyone here. it's been a great partnership. rockets without steph curryo take a 2-oh se the warriors slogan is strength in numbers and that was on full display last night when they beat the rockets without steph curry to take a 2- 0 series lead. >> kind of feels like scrimmage and practice, you know what i mean? i take all the shots. >> reporter: andre iguodala had made only two threes since an ankle injury earlier this month so he may have been the only person who wasn't surprised that he knocked down four threes in the first half. >> i think it was a blessing. i really couldn't get any attempts but i was feeling
good. so, um, you kind of have the feeling like what kind of groove you're in and i had it then. we won the game though. i was happy. >> kind of reminded me of the finals. andre, um, has a knack for just kind of knowing when we need him. >> reporter: the dubs actually scored more points last night than with occur are i in game one. klay thompson led the team with 34 and enjoyed the extra freedom on offense. >> so much easier without him out there. when steph's on the floor, his name just sags in the paint he doesn't move the ball just very slow teammate. [ laughter ] >> just kidding. he is the exact opposite of that. >> reporter: all joking aside, curry's status for game three is uncertain. he had an mri today and hopefully the results provided some clarity for his head coach. >> just to clarify, the-foot an ankle problem? >> i don't know. honestly. it's both. i mean, i'm not sure i know the difference. it's the back of his foot under
th angle ankle something down there. home cooking isn't sitting well with the sharks as they missed a chance to take a 3-0 series lead against the kings. >> here's the break for l.a.! tanner pearson scores!! >> l.a.'s tanner pearson scored the game winner in overtime and with the sharks collapse against the kings in the 2014 play-offs, still fresh in people's minds, l.a. defenseman drew dowdy saying some doubt could start creeping into the san jose sharks dressing room saying, quote, you know, they're thinking a little bit about it now. so we're right where we want to be. >> we didn't think it was going to be easy. didn't think we would pin four straight but we're working towards that and we wanted to, you know, make them give us the best chance. we still believe in this group. >> we haven't been pushed out.
we have gone nose to nose with them. those stat sheets aren't worth the paper they are written on. injuries taking a toll on the giants bullpen. george kontos with a strained elbow and chris hesston sent down to the minors today. the a's at yankee stadium begin their 10 game road trip. top of the sixth yankees up 2- 1. jed lowrie to the right side and valencia with the scoring tying run and that's where we are at this time. it's tied at 2 in the bottom of the 9th. they have play-off fever in atlanta and the hawks found their groove. whoo! he throws to al atlanta beats boston 87 h1n1 72 to take a 2-0 series lead. the celtics never found the rhythm but this guy has tons of rhythm. they scored a franchise low 7 points in the 1st quarter. well, russell westbrook has some moves of his own but
charlie villaneuva wasn't impressed walking through the pre-game routine last night and it didn't sit well with oklahoma city's two all stars. >> what were they doing before the game? looks like a pre-game dance or whatever you were doing over there. >> i didn't do nothing. >> weren't trying to send a little message to you? >> no. no. that's fake [ censored ] it's a basketball game man. >> that's for guys that don't play. got to the do something. [ laughter ] >> nice. >> villaneuva had no minutes in the game. so he was spot on in that one. but, you know, you have to disrupt the pre-game ritual. >> could you disrupt that dance? would they be willing to do that? >> i don't know. >> that was really something. [ laughter ] >> tonight we'll play that in slow motion. for news throughout the evening the latest is always on our website, cbssf.com >> join us for nightbeat at 10:00 over on our sister stable kbcw 44/cable 12. see you right back here at 11.
announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: i appreciate y'all. thank y'all. thank y'all very much. i appreciate you, folks. thank y'all. yeah, i do. i appreciate you now. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey, and, boy, we got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their second day with a total of $20,000, from chicago, illinois, it's the champs. it's the davis family. and from o'neill, nebraska, it's the willis family.
everybody's here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new, state-of-the-art ford edge. let's play "feud." give me carmen. give me anne. let's go. top 5 answers on the board. here we go. we asked 100 women. name a question you're asked you always answer with a lie. anne: your age. steve: your age. anne: yeah. we want to play. steve: they gonna play. ty, now we talked to 100 women. i'm gonna say it one time, ok, guys. name a question you're asked you always answer with a lie. ty: if you're married. anne: i don't. i don't lie. steve: yeah.