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>> and i'm michelle griego. officer jason lai resigned from the police department earlier this month after dozens of offensive texts were sent by him and to him. jackie ward has details. jackie? >> reporter: michelle, we didn't see every single text message that was sent but saw enough to make anyone uncomfortable. the public defender obtained the pages of unedited text from march of 2015 to august 2015 and it included derogatory terms about blacks, indians, hispanic and gay people and even made a joke about internal affairs reading the texts. >> when we're talking about bias precincts and racial profiling, there is a direct connection to these associations that are being made by officers being implicit
and explicit of what ask happening -- is happening on the streets. >> reporter: the department said they do not reflect the department as a whole and officer lai has resigned. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> jackie, the big question is what's next? >> reporter: this investigation stemmed from a sexual assault investigation. investigators couldn't find enough to charge lai with sexual assault charges but found enough to charge him with multiple misdemeanors and he accessed dmv records illegally. back to you. >> thank you, jackie. this is the second time in a year that racist texts have come to light. the mayor said he doesn't believe this reflects the city as a whole. >> i don't tolerate any police
officer who evidences this racism. >> we'll have continuing coverage on kpix news at 5:00 and follow it on our website as this story continues to development. south san francisco police need your help finding a 19- year-old. christian o -- omar cruz is considered armed and dangerous. he is wanted for questioning in a shooting that left one man dead at orange memorial park. another person was shot but is recovering. the motive is not yet don't. san francisco supervisors are trying to put in a safety overhaul. supervisor david campos is affected most by the mission
district and fire safety where one man recently died in a fire. campos said that the housing crunch has made it worse. >> people have to live in places may be they shouldn't be living in. we have to account for that. we have to do a better job. >> campos said that the existing laws have not kept up with technological advances including smoke alarms. to 2015 and the race for the white house. pennsylvania, connecticut, rhode island, delaware, and maryland voters will be casting their ballots. we have why today will be a big day for setting the stage for november. >> reporter: voters are expected to hand out big victories today. >> who's going to vote for trump? >> reporter: donald trump needs
53% of the remaining delegates, and the two challengers have formed an alliance to try and stop trump from becoming the nominee. kasich agreed not to campaign in indiana next week. >> he is focusing on other states meaning that indiana gets a straight and direct choice between our campaign and donald trump. >> reporter: hillary clinton has a double-digit lead in the polls and is leading in the other states' voting as well, and she appears to be focused more on the general election than the primary. >> there could not be a bigger difference between where i stand and what i believe and where the republicans are. >> reporter: with 384 delegates at stake, a clinton sweep would make it almost impossible for sanders to catch her but the vermont senator will continue to campaign. >> we'll be in the race to win, in california in june and in
fill -- philadelphia here in july. >> reporter: clinton is calling on sanders' supporters to back her in the fall. craig boswell, silver spring, maryland. >> sanders wants a strong voice on the platform at the convention to push issues important to him such as breaking up big banks and eliminating inequality. supervisors are going over ways to minimize all the noise at small planes at san carlos airport. neighbors have been complaining more and more as companies are using the airport in greater numbers. it was so loud that the company hired two aviation consultants to come up with a solution. today, santa clara county supervisors are taking up a proposal to create more affordable housing and are concerning a bond measure to be placed on the ballot. a lack of housing options was a priority for 30% of the voters in the county.
a 99-year-old widow wants a stay of eviction made permanent. this is a video from an earlier rally at city hall. last week, the judge issued the at the present -- tentative ruling to allow her to stay there for the rest of her life. now at noon, a long time effort to protect falcons is paying off. >> reporter: it's the 10th anniversary of the falcons at city hall and continues to be one of the best wildlife shows in the bay area. >> there we go. >> oh, whoa. >> reporter: every spring for the past decade, uc santa cruz researcher glen stewart repels down the face of the city hall building in san jose, 22 22 stories in the air and lowers himself into the falcon nest where the mother is heard
making an alert cry. for stewart, being in the falcon nest is special. >> yeah. it's a real thrill to be up here with the birds living in their environment. >> reporter: stewart bandses the chicks and checks their gender. this year, it's one male and one female. after 10 years, the san jose falcon nest is one of the most productive in the area giving birth to 30 falcons. back in the '70s, only two pair were found in the entire state. >> can i find 40 pairs in the bay area, so it's been amazing, and on -- it's a wonderful thing that we have them in downtown san jose, and we are cleaning the air and cleaning the water and we can be proud of that.
>> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. >> and the naming of the pal -- falcons happens every year. and a pheena, the fin whale just got much-needed mixing at a boats repair shop, and she will go back into her spot in the lawrence hall of science in the berkeley hill where -- hills where children can climb all over her. and the warrior's keach steve kerr was named the nba coach of the year. they have had the best single season march in league history. mvp steph curry will be out two
weeks after slipping and bumping his knee against the the rockets. we have found that prices are dropping. but floor seats are still going for more than $1,000 each of. details in the brutal massacre of eight members of an ohio family. the search continues for whoever is responsible. >> and prince's sister comes forward saying he had no will. what's next? >> good afternoon, everybody. boy, clouds are on the increase and so are the winds. we have rain. it is lurky. we'll track this system together. the news continues and we'll be back after this brief time-out. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
execution. en four days since t in a developing story, investigators are looking into the possibility that a mexican drug cartel killed eight members of a family in a pre- planned execution. it's been four days and nobody has been placed under arrest. the family had a marijuana grow house on the property. among the victims, 37-year-old dana rhoden. her father thinks she knew the killer or killers. >> whoever knew the family because there were two dogs there that would eat you up. >> more than 60 people have been interviewed by investigators, and it's believed there may be more than one killer because there are four crime scenes. at least 50 protesters arrested at the north carolina statehouse protesting the hb 2 bill last night. it puts into policy a ban for people using a public bathroom that does not correspond with
their birth certificate sex. protesters say this not only hurts transgender people but any private sector workers. >> any time you take the freedom and rights from my neighbors and from other people i care about, you take them from me. >> many have vowed to boycott the state. celebrities have canceled concerts, and companies are pulling out of business deals in north carolina. most recently, nick jonas and demi lovato announced they would cancel their raleigh shows. right now, 50 million people are at risk for severe weather in kansas and oklahoma and texas. tornadoes are possible in the states and mid-atlantic states could see damaging wind gusts and thunderstorms. some of them are already moving in. that's bad. now, let's get a check of the forecast with the one and
only roberta. i was talking to my son in oklahoma and asked what the weather was like, and he said, mom, i'm studying for finals. no idea. >> hasn't looked out the windows. >> hey, everybody. ever taken a walk across this bridge? this is why i am calling on this particular view. i like to look at people wearing sweaters and jackets, and the flag, on the breezy side. so the winds will increase at 20-30 along the coastal areas and san francisco, upper 40s. oakland at 60. frank is my weather watcher in novato and he said clouds are moving in rapidly and slowing down the warm up we enjoyed this morning. boy, we got down to the upper 30s in napa earlier this morning at 5:00, and winds whipping up to sfo at 13, pair
field, -- fairfield, they are at 6. and here come the clouds off the coast, a shield of clouds associated with a low pressure that will bring us rain tomorrow. light rain tomorrow and the possibility of isolated thunderstorms continuing with small hail during the day. this is it, the area of low pressure and clouds continue to thicken from the north bay into santa clara valley. tomorrow morning's commute, a scattered shower, breezy conditions, and the thunderstorms will be possible in the afternoon hours with the instability with the air mass. 61 in monterey bay and after snow yesterday, 51 in the high sierra. our numbers are seasonal for this time of year, 60s and 70s, but, again, you gotta factor in the winds making it feel cooler, ushering the pollen around and you can blame it on the oak, mulberry, and grasses if you are sneezing and wheezing. this is sunset and sun up, and
we are talking about not seeing either one. a lot of clouds and look at that warm up. we're talking we're flirting with 90 by sunday in the inland areas. summer, barbecue weather this weekend, the livermore wine festival. >> bring it on. >> that's awesome. roberta, thank you so much. in less than 90 minutes, apple is expected to report a decline in sales, $52 billion in revenue in the first quarter compared to $58 billion for the same period last year, and this is the first time this has happened since 2003, and it may be because the iphone is reaching saturation. they will announce details at 1:30 this afternoon. intel in santa clara plans to cut 11% of the workforce, 11,000 jobs including 300 in
santa santa clara. they are making a shift of desktop computer production to other devices. revenue for p dropped 14%. and according to the tech news site, the information, google is starting a start-up called area 120 that would help budding entrepreneurs fund a business. and here is a live look at the big board. the dow is down 14 points on wall street. kelly ripa returns to live with kelly and michael, and we learned that michael strahan is leaving sooner than thought. how ripa is reacting to the news. >> and you can e-mail our cool
prince died last week at his suburban estate in minneapolis. with $27 million in property, his heirs could stand to inherit a small fortune but the size of the fortune is not clear. michael strahan plans to leave next month instead of september. >> kelly ripa returned to the show after a brief hiatus. >> i needed a couple of days to gather my thoughts. after 26 years with this company, i gained the right. i wanted to gain perspective. i didn't want to come out here and say something i might regret. >> ripa tearfully addressed the crowd. sources say she was upset because she felt disrespected for being kept in the dark for the decision to shift strahan to good morning, america. coca-cola is bringing back the nostalgia brand in time for the new "ghostbusters" movie.
the ecto-cooler will be sold in 6-ounce juice boxes or cans that are printed with thermal ink that will turn green when cold. you can start buying them on may 30th. >> do you remember those? >> no, but my parents made me drink orange juice, not hi-c. >> that would be a good thing. it's time for our tip of the day. >> and tony tantillo has an ingredient perfect to eat as a snack or to add to lunch. >> reporter: today's tip of the day is chinese eggplant, so sweet and they are delicious. and when you buy them, make sure that the longer they are, nice and purple, light or dark purple, just make sure it's free from greening. right here has to be nice and clear from bruising and free from shriveling. it's nice and shiny meaning they are fresh and nice give to the touch, not too much but a nice give. bring it home and in the
refrigerator right away. i cut them in half and stuff garlic cloves in them, pepper, 10 or 12 minutes, and take them out and you will love them, and they are great sauteed. pretty good. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. great eggplant. >> if you have a consumer problem or question, e-mail our hotline, consumerwatch@cbs sf.com.
i got my buddies here, obviously warrior fans and came here to learn a little bit about the news. >> did you learn a lot? >> yeah. >> you are on live tv. >> what was your favorite part? >> the weather. >> the weather! oh, we made her say that. have a great afternoon. and thank you. >> have a good day. >> want to wave? go ahead. bye-bye.
>> justin: good. he showed up. >> deacon: well, hey, spencer calls -- who doesn't show, right? besides, i have assumed you were gonna offer me a job. >> bill: i would, but all janitorial positions have been filled. >> deacon: [ chuckles ] this guy. >> bill: where is she, deacon? >> justin: you and quinn were married. >> deacon: hey, look at that. your henchman did his homework. >> bill: justin's my attorney. i suggest you think about hiring one for yourself. >> deacon: there's no need for that. i got nothing to hide. >> bill: good. then let's hear it. where's quinn?