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it a waterspout. right now severe weather over much of the central valley. >> pretty good-sized hail coming down. >> also this afternoon, hail pelting cars and rancho cordova in sacramento county and you can see it came down hard in one person's backyard. this was further south of there in florence. pea sized pellets of ice littering the ground. >> fire officials in stanislaus county shared this photo on social media of hail damage in the valley home area. you can see the storm knocked down part of a roof. kpix 5's chief meteorologist paul deanno has been tracking the spring storm on hi-def doppler. >> the central valley has seen most of the severe weather and thunderstorms today where right now just south of downtown sacramento a new lightning strike over the past five minutes and even some lightning accompanying snowfall, thundersnow, in the sierra today and it continues to snow up and down the spine of our mountains where we could use additional snowfall. look at what happened earlier
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today right over lake berryessa. this is an old time lapse from 1:30 to 2:45. not happening now but look at the strength of the storm which passed over lake berryessa and caused that funnel cloud which turned into a waterspout. one area receiving showers in the bay area light now is fremont south to milpitas. this is working from north to south. it just rained in livermore and dublin heading down and will probably miss san jose to the east. totals today: vacaville nearly half inch. the rest of us less than a quarter inch. rough weather in the central valley continues. we'll talk about what happens next year. if you like sunshine, wait until you see how long it sticks around coming up. a first look at one of the mailbox thieves making life miserable in vallejo. with her car still running, she takes her loot, slams the door and then she drives away. kpix 5's emily turner is outside the vallejo post office with a push to prevent more
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crimes like these. >> reporter: it's widespread. i talked to one postal man who said on his route out of the 10 cluster boxes he served 6 having compromised. that means there is only four left and it's only a matter of time. the postal service wants to get ahead of the game now. take a look at this security video. postal investigators certainly are. you can see what looks to be a woman pull up in a van to a cluster box. when she walks around to the back, you know it's not hers. investigators say she is a crook and at least one part of the rash of mailbox thefts in the vallejo, american canyon area. >> she should be in jail. yes. >> reporter: that's an easy answer. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: a vallejo homeowner posted this video on youtube from april 16 in the middle of the night. it even shows the crook walk away with an armful of mail. we showed it to postal inspectors looking to solve the case. >> these are serious crimes being committed and this is
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good information for you. it's evidence that we can use to identify and arrest these individuals. >> reporter: so now investigators are trying to get in touch of the owner of the video and asking for the public's help for identifying the person in it. so far there are have been 23 break-ins since february and there are more like this investigators say they didn't know about that need to be reported. >> it is critical. it helps us identify the individuals, their vehicle and again, this is a federal offense. >> if your mailbox has been hit contact the postal service. you don't call the police. you call the postal service to report the crime. they have their own investigators to tackle the crime. emily turner, kpix 5. >> the punishment for mail theft is five years in prison and $250,000 fine. new at 6:00 some of the sillicon valley's brightest are urging the federal government not to put the brakes on self- driving car.
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this all comes as rules and regulations for them are being hashed out. kpix 5's len ramirez tells us safety is top of mind. >> reporter: with sillicon valley rapidly becoming the detroit of the 21st century, the national highway traffic safety administration came here to stanford to begin establishing the rules of the road fo driverless cars. there was laughter when john simpson handed a steering wheel to google's self driving car director. [ laughter ] the point simpson was making was serious. >> we're talking about technology that can kill people if it goes wrong. that's why it's important that safety provisions be in place. >> reporter: google proposes driverless cars that are completely automated, no steering wheel, no pedals. simpson said not having human drivers be capable of taking over the wheel or brakes if something goes wrong is foolhardy. >> they want to take the driver out of the equation.
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we are not ready for that. >> reporter: google says completely autonomous vehicles will open up mobility for people who can't drive. >> despite at times there being disparate voices in the room today we're all pulling in the same direction, that is safer roads. >> reporter: the meeting to help shape state and national policies on driverless cars was hosted by stanford which is developing its own autonomous vehicle in a garage on campus. the room was filled with sillicon valley designers and car builders of the future who worry that too much government regulation might slow down innovation. >> all the cameras, the radar, the lidar, feed into the input. >> reporter: they say computers can be better drivers than humans. >> we're able now to achieve super human levels of perception. we can see things and track things much better than any human driver. >> reporter: but some still worry that the subtleties of safe driving will be missing when computers are in control. >> i need to know that they know i'm there. and so without eye contact of
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the driver my life is on the line. i step out in front of a car, i need to trust it knows i'm there. >> reporter: one of the other announcements today is that volvo is launching the first large-scale deployment of a autonomous vehicles in sweden next year. many other manufacturers and countries are starting do the same. the question is not if driverless vehicles will begin taking over the roads but when. at stanford, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> google's head of autonomous vehicles says that the cars would be available to the public by 2020. well, a deadly crash along san francisco's embarcadero. this was the scene at the intersection of bryant street and the embarcadero. it happened about noon. fire crews used the "jaws of life" to remove the free right side passenger. >> i was waving to the [ indiscernible ] waiting for the light to cross right there and i saw it happen. they came towards me and i jumped out of the way. i was standing right where it is. >> he got out of the way. one person was killed in the
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crash. two others injured. a stanford student blamed for the sexual assault of another student is suing the university. he claims he was falsely accused and his rights were violated. the case incited campus protests in 2014. the female student says she was assaulted by a fellow student in their alaska hometown during winter break that year. the man identified only as john doe says the sex was consensual and the university rushed to judgment in order to protect its reputation. prosecutors in alaska declined to press charges. the university says its review process was fair and the case handled properly. new at 6:00 out of the classrooms and on the picket lines. faculty at city college of san francisco rallied for a one-day strike. at issue, salary. teachers have been working without a contract for ten months. kpix 5 reporter jackie ward is at the ocean street location with what unfolded today. jackie. >> reporter: well, ken, this is one of the biggest community
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colleges in the state and it's had issues for years. an accreditation crisis, financial mismanagement and dropping enrollment numbers. and now faculty members want more money. [ chanting ] >> reporter: this was the scene at the location of city college of san francisco. [ chanting about power ] >> reporter: then the hundreds of strikers all converged at civic center plaza. [ more chanting ] >> we're the lowest paid in the bay area and the highest cost of living. >> reporter: he is an english professor. he says he works 45 to 50 hours a week. 15 in the classroom, two office hours and about 30 prepping lessons. some faculty members aren't even breaking 50 grand. more serious ones are making closer to $92,000. >> we do recognize the fact that our full-timers are below the bay area median. we really want to increase that but if we're also giving the part-timers the same boost it makes it very difficult. >> reporter: the chancellor
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says the union is asking for just over an 18% raise over three years. >> it's a fiscal impossibility. >> reporter: they are offering 7% over two years and full time instructors would see money in the bank account as of july first. critics are skeptical and say that would be one-time bonus money not a salary increase. >> can't pay your rent with money you're not going to get in the future. [ chanting ] >> they are the ones that teaching me and then i'm going to get to transfer and go to uc- davis because of city college!! whoo!!! [ screaming ] >> reporter: city college is facing rapidly declining enrollment with the loss of more than 10,000 students in just four years. on a day that was supposed to be the first day of registration for fall classes, the strike isn't great timing. >> this does impact our registration. we are hoping it's not a long- term impact. >> we have the power! >> reporter: that's the year that both sides keep bringing
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up. it's because everybody took major paycuts this year and everyone can still gripe about it because no one not even the chancellor is making as much money as back then. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> contract negotiations will continue next month with a neutral factfinder. we researched base faculty salaries. uc-berkeley $56,700. uscf $57,600. a lot of questions about the future of uc-davis chancellor linda katehi. the academic senate recently confirmed that uc president janet napolitano urged her to step down but in an email today the chancellor wrote she is 100% committed to staying put. several students want her to go. even if she resigned, i would still be here and still be angry because this is -- she is part of the problem. she is not the end of it. >> calls for her resignation
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started back in 2011 when protestors were pepper sprayed by a campus police officer. she was also criticized when the university spent thousands of dollars to fix bad press from that incident. warriors play-off run continues about an hour from now over at oracle arena and without steph curry on the court for game 5, the rockets are getting a little cocky it seems. sports director dennis o'donnell with the guarantee that one rockets player made about taking on the "dubs" tonight. good. i want to see this get personal. >> reporter: well, bulletin board material, that's for sure, ken. but you mentioned steph curry is not here. he will miss two weeks with a sprained knee. but i want to show you what it's like. so curry typically comes out through this tunnel. right? and that area is mobbed with fans. you got some fans there but you cannot get close to this area when steph curry is playing. so that's a notable difference. that's also the hallway where
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steph curry shoots his 40-foot baseline shot that everyone goes crazy over. now, if there's not enough motivation without curry for the warriors to win, rockets guard jason terry provided a little more. >> i'm guaranteeing it. i mean, if i don't then what? i mean, it's a loss, right? so, you know, i guarantee victory because that's what it's going to take. that's gonna be a long flight for them to come back home to houston. >> reporter: and there you go. [ chuckling ] this might be the 38-year-old's final shot at winning another nba title and it's probably a desperate attempt to save the dysfunctional rockets season. either way, the warriors gave a collective eye roll when asked to respond. [ pause ] >> good for him. [ laughter ] >> i don't care. i mean, see what happens. ha. now? i'm not gonna make any
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statements. you know, i guess he is trying to rally the troops or whatever he is trying to do. so i don't really give a [ censored ] >> reporter: so i guess he will take any advantage he can get without steph curry, that is an advantage for the houston rockets. and ken, about an hour ago on the 5:00 news i told you shaun livingston is johnny on the spot but really at a press conference a few moments ago steve kerr clarified saying, andre iguodala is really his number one point guard when steph curry is not in the line- up. so it's the andre iguodala show. warriors win tonight? they move to round 2. live from oracle arena, i'm dennis o'donnell. see you later in sports. >> thank you. the hunt for the suspect who shot a bay area pregnant woman in the head. he is armed and dangerous and still on the run tonight. some new details on what may have pushed him over the edge. >> a chilling threat left at the home where a bay area couple was murdered. now the search is heating up for the son who vanished without a trace. >> and circling helicopters
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sparking some frantic phone calls at the state capital. what this is really all about. ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
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jose. so far -- no arrests ... and no sign of the cou's oldest son. now -- one of t victims' long- time friendss a couple found murdered in san jose, so far no arrests and no sign of the couple's oldest son. now one of the victim's long- time friends has a message for the missing son. kpix 5 reporter devin fehely is in san jose. he has the latest developments. devin. >> reporter: yeah. this couple was found murdered in their evergreen home four days ago. but police have not been able to catch their killer as you mentioned in fact they haven't even been able to catch up with the victim's missing son. officially hasid rabbi is missing but make no mistake whether the police want to say it publicly. he is at the center of a murder mystery believed to have crucial information about his
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parents death but he is missing. hasid is missing and virtually become a ghost. >> i desperately want closure and i think he can shed light on what happened. that is the reason why i want him if possible for him to come forward. >> reporter: family friend hasan rahim has you remembered the victim's son -- urged the victim's son to cooperate with police. police have not said much about the case. others are speaking out adding details about what was found inside the home including a note written by the bodies saying sorry my first kill was clumsy. investigators removed a section of drywall last night with another message that read, take care of your brother, or he's next. the victim's friends say they are baffled about how this loving couple somehow became the target of so much hatred. >> they are among the gentlest politest people i have known in
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my life and that's why what happened is such a shock for all of us. >> reporter: yeah. the victim, um, he is officially according to police not a suspect at this time but he is right in the middle smack- dab in the middle of this mystery. the message left behind inside the home appeared to address him directly and hinted at some type of relationship or at least knowledge between him and the killer. in san jose, devin fehely, kpix 5. pregnant woman survived after police say her ex- boyfriend shot her in the head. the shooting happened at the casa pacifica apartments on terra nova boulevard around 8 a.m. the suspect is a 25-year-old transient ricardo colindres. he tried to kidnap the woman outside the complex where she works and when she fought, he shot her in the back of the head. we spoke to a woman who knows the victim and saw her after she was hit.
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>> well, asked her if she needed a blanket or not, it was cold this morning. but, um, she was sitting up and she is darn lucky. >> police say the woman's unborn baby is expected to be okay. the suspect still on the loose tonight considered armed and dangerous. he is known to frequent the brisbane area. public health officials say pills laced with fentanyl are spreading in the bay area. four people in contra costa county overdosed on counterfeit pills that contained the deadly pain reliever. the other cases were in san francisco, alameda and santa clara counties. none of the overdoses are fatal. health officials are looking into whether it's related to a surge of fentanyl overdoses in sacramento. following some bay area headlines tonight police arrested douglas lai a teacher at gilroy high school on two counts of child enticement. they say that le was receiving illicit images from minors.
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investigators also believe that he posed as a female person in order to trick minors into sending the messages. in south san francisco police arrested 19-year-old cristian cruz for a deadly park shooting monday. cruz was taken into custody in stockton around 2:45 a.m. this was the scene at orange memorial park after monday's shooting. cruz is charged with shooting and killing a 20-year-old man after an altercation. one person was killed in a fiery crash on interstate 580 in dublin this morning. it happened about 6 a.m. just east of the 680 interchange. chp says a big rig smashed into a bmw and that set off a chain reaction. six cars total were involved. traffic was snarled for several hours. there was some confusion in the sky this morning outside the state capital in sacramento. a fleet of low-flying helicopters circled downtown concerning some residents. turns out they were there for a
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photo shoot for heli web magazine. the choppers flew over the state capital and the american and sacramento rivers and folsom lake. paul deanno joins us now. we have some wild weather in the central valley today. >> you wouldn't want to be flying those choppers right now over sacramento. that would be dangerous. we had rough weather to the east. this afternoon it was partly sunny. off to the east what is a different story and we still have thunderstorms there. for us one lonely shower moved over pleasanton in the tri- valley and then fremont. now it's milpitas. impacting you on 680 and 280 over downtown san jose. light rain moving to the south. morgan hill gets this between now and 7:00. all the action for the past few hours is in the sacramento valley. not much in the way of new thunderstorms. sacramento is dry but more showers are there and snow continues to fall at lake tahoe. it's wonderful to add to the snowpack this time of year. speaking of rain in san jose,
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look at your tv screen. highs today, san jose 63. san jose 59. napa 69. you got a thunderstorm earlier this afternoon in eastern napa county. here's your weather headlines. partly cloudy, breezy night tonight. that unstable air that's now sitting over the sacramento valley, moving to the east away from us skies will clear leading to a breezy night and somewhat chilly night. the cloud cover kept us in the 50s this morning. we won't be as fortunate tomorrow morning. mountain view 48. concord 49. napa 46. san jose 49. that said with a ridge of high pressure building in temperatures climb tomorrow and look where they're going. some of you may even hit 80 degrees. fairfield thunderstorms today, tomorrow sunny 80. strong onshore flow. a summertime temperature gradient to the tune of about 20 degrees. pacifica 62. napa 80. in between we find livermore 74. vallejo tomorrow 77. temperatures will hit their peak this weekend with highs in the 80s. widespread 80s both saturday and sunday hanging out near the
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bay many of you are highs in the 70s going to the coast sunday will be the warm choice with the high around 70. gorgeous outdoor weather saturday and sunday. the weekend looks good. >> beautiful. >> beautiful. >> the crowd goes wild! >> whoo! >> i'm glad you approve. >> tough to impress ken. >> thanks, paul. bart explains how its car of the future ended up crashing into a pile of sandbags. why it's all because of a slammed door. >> and medics on mountain bikes how bay area firefighters will be taking on some of their trickiest rescues on two wheels. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time and 2% back at the grocery store. even before he got 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them.
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on fri a wire jammed into a cabinet door is to blame for a bart train derailment last week. on friday a brand-new bart train car slowly crashed into a pile of dirt at the transit agency testing facility in hayward. engineers say part of the car's
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braking system lowest power because a short in a wire because of someone slamming a car door on the cable. the auxiliary braking system ran out of brake fluid. the new car wasn't damaged. san rafael fire department's newest rescue vehicles have only two wheels. kpix 5's john ramos explains how rescuers riding bikes will have an advantage over the traditional fire truck. >> reporter: it sounds like a joke. bicycles being donated to transport firefighters. but who would you call if you were mountain biking in san rafael's china camp state park and this happened to you? >> good question. there's no fire boat to, you know -- any truck coming in pick you up. >> reporter: san rafael fire says they often have to rescue injured bikers and hikers on the narrow winding trails of the park, trails that no fire engine on earth could fit on. >> obviously, the fire engines can only go to the parking lot areas and then the paramedics
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are then having to access the, um, injured party by foot. >> reporter: yesterday a bike manufacturer delivered four new mountain bikes to two fire stations in the district. china camp volunteers say there are miles of trails with no distance markers. so when injured people call for help, they often have a hard time explaining exactly where they are. >> they can say we're on such- and-such a trail but they don't know where on that trail. >> so we'll put the medical ex- on the bikes when they arrive on scene and get them up the trying, putting the medics on the bikes, so they can access the patients faster and that hiking in. >> reporter: it will take a few weeks for paramedics to be trained but then they will hit the trail to help those who -- well, hit the trail. in san rafael, john ramos, kpix 5. coming up in our next half- hour, shake-ups on the campaign trail. ted cruz turning to carly fiorina to save his candidacy while bernie sanders cuts
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hundreds of staffers. melissa caen weighs in on the future of their campaigns. >> a jetblue pilot busted accused of flying a commercial plane while drunk. the excuse he gave after he was caught.
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in vallejo. a neighbor our top stories tonight, we are getting a look at who could be behind a rash of mail thefts in vallejo. a neighbor recorded this surveillance video a few weeks ago. you can see a woman with an arm full of letters. postal service investigators are urging people to report when their mail is missing. the technology for self- driving cars is moving forward quickly. google proposes cars with no steering wheels or pedals. today the feds met with car designers at stanford to ask for help developing the rules of the road for these automated vehicles. an unusual announcements in the race for the white house. ted cruz picking a running mate before even securing the republican nomination. the move comes after the texas senator lost all five primaries yesterday to donald trump. >> after a great deal of time
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and thought, after a great deal of consideration and prayer, i have come to the conclusion that if i am nominated to be president of the united states, that i will run on a ticket with my vice-presidential nominee, carly fiorina. [ applause ] >> cruz and his former rival and tech executive hugged it out during a rally today in indianapolis. but the decision might be too late for cruz's campaign. trump is racking up the delegates. 961 at this time! after yesterday's sweep he is on track to clinch the nomination before the summer's convention. during a policy speech in washington today, trump focused on foreign affairs. >> i'd like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country, one that replaces randomness with purpose. >> that uncharacteristically formal address is billed as the first in a series of policy
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speeches before next tuesday's primary in indiana. >> meanwhile on the other side bernie sanders is shrinking his campaign staff after losing four out of five east coast states to hillary clinton last night. sanders announced that he has sent out hundreds of layoffs in an interview with the "new york times." the latest delegate count has hillary clinton with a near insurmountable lead over bernie sanders. kpix 5's political analyst melissa caen is here with us tonight. sanders' staff downplaying the cuts. um, but -- but this is something we saw coming, uhm. you cannot sustain -- it costs money to run a campaign. >> reporter: a lot of money. it looks like the cuts that he is making are in states that have already voted. right? so basically what he is doing is acknowledging, we're not going to be back here probably in a general election so we can cut those staff positions and focus on the states in particular california that have yet to vote. so what that indicates is
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number one he definitely is going to stay in it at least until june. some of people think he may drop out but he still has staff and money and talking about issues. >> and ted cruz naming carly fiorina as vice president. what do you make of this strategy? is this something that bernie sanders should try? [ laughter ] >> maybe he should announce a vice-presidential candidate. the first thing to know about cruz's announcement today is that it's working already!! that's what we're talking about. we're not talking about how he can't win and his campaign is disintegrating. we are talking about him. that's why. two other points. carly fiorina has been a consistent voice in opposition to donald trump since the debates even after she dropped out. she has been in this war with donald trump. [ chuckling ] and if cruz needs a proxy to go on television and radio stations and make the
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case against donald trump, she is a good person to pick. the last thing i'll point out is that so she did lose in 2010 to barbara boxer here in california by a lot. but she did get the republican nomination. she got the republican nomination by winning 56% of the vote so remember, she might have a little love left over here in california and he is probably banking on that to help him here in california. >> there is no doubt that donald trump, hillary clinton are waging war -- they need the women's vote. listen to trump for a minute. >> i think the only card she has is the woman' card. she has nothing else going. >> mr. trump accused me of playing the "woman card." if fighting for women's healthcare and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the "woman card," then deal me in [ screaming ] saturday night saturday night saturday night ! >> i think donald trump has
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challenges with women right now. it's no big secret. is this a good strategy store him? >> the hashtag deal me in has been trending on twitter with people making comments. barbara boxer for example tweeting that, as well. you know, it might be a good strategy or at least a not losing strategy in terms of his nomination. but when it comes to the general election, if this is going to be how he is going to continue to speak about women and try to appeal to women, um, that's going to be, um, a very interesting strategy. [ chuckling ] >> come november, probably won't hurt him between now and june but afterwards when he tries to pivot, clips like that are going to be interesting. >> still waiting for bernie sanders to announce a vp. we'll see. >> maybe you. [ laughter ] [ overlapping speakers ] >> wouldn't take the pay cut. thank you. leave your uber driving waiting and it could cost you. we asked to you weigh in on a possible move to charge riders a late fee. coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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according to the the federal complaint, in april of last year, dennis murphy junior
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119 passen a jetblue pilot charged with driving under the influence. last year dennis murphy junior according to a complaint flew 119 passengers from new york to orlando, later that day flew 151 passengers back to new york. when he landed he was selected for a random alcohol test. and he failed. murphy appeared in court today in brooklyn. he says the faa has it all wrong. he says the reason he blew over the legal limit was because of the gum he was chewing. jetblue says they have a zero tolerance alcohol policy and he no longer works for them. in the meantime, the faa is releasing statistics tonight that show on average, one pilot per month fails an alcohol and drug test. we're asking you tonight, does it make you any more anxious when it comes to flying? let us know right now. cast your vote online at my twitter passenger at #veronicadlcruz. we'll have that story and more tonight on bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12.
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uber testing a new program that will charge passengers who make their driver wait. under the new program, if a driver is still waiting for two minutes after they arrive for you, a fee will incur. currently there's a five-minute waiting fee. also a grace period for canceling goes from five minutes to two minutes. we asked facebook users what do you think of the new late fees? we got this. hell ya! i am an uber driver and i sometimes wait longer than five minutes. >> i think uber only cares about the money. they potentially are missing out on. >> and another one. uber is a cab company pretending it isn't. this is the first step towards charging what cab companies charge. there you go. lake berryessa something
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happened today that doesn't happen that often. a waterspout in eastern napa county. that's how unstable the air was today. time lapse from earlier numerous thunderstorms away from the water. what's coming up next with the weather? that and your weekend forecast coming up. >> i'm dennis o'donnell live at oracle arena. the giants offense goes off, the a's does not and which president's face is on the dime and what does very to do with tonight's warriors basketball game? that's straight ahead from oracle. ,, ,, when josh atkins books at laquinta.com. he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready.
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of technology. sharon chin introduces this week's jefferson award winn.
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passionate about it. >> reporter: pierre an engineer and google payroll manager volunteers at lakewood with several coworkers. google allows them to spend 20 work hours a year giving back to their community. since june pierre and the team have organized a tech fair, hosted a field trip to their office and fundraised among their colleagues to build the school's new idea lab. on this day he and his volunteer team are also introducing the kids to virtual reality. >> whoa! >> reporter: they view images from a smartphone tucked inside the cardboard glasses. >> it's fun to see the kid interacting for the first time some of them. >> reporter: but principal pam cheng says pierre stands out among the other volunteers. >> pierre is this person who says, hour of code? the kids are good at this. they need more opportunities. >> reporter: he started an after-school club in march called cs first.
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so once a week, students learn coding based on an m.i.t. program. fourth grader patrick duarte created this sequence of a cat choosing between a forest or a bedroom. >> it's really fun. >> reporter: pierre also built the robotics curriculum for the younger kids. did you ever think could you do that? >> you can do it. >> reporter: one day when someone asked about his dream job, pierre had an epiphany. >> my dream job would be to teach technology to students. hang on, i already have that job! >> reporter: so for creating opportunities for lakewood students to learn technology, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to pierre cintra. sharon chin, kpix 5. ♪[ music ]♪ >> you can nominate your local hero for a jefferson award online at cbssf.com/hero. active weather in the bay area today.
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we had showers and thunderstorms at the delta and napa county. thinks are calming down. statehouse in morgan hill and rain over downtown san jose. we show you all the activity in the sacramento valley stretching up toward the sierra, where it has been snowing all day. the view in dublin from diablo a vertical spill to the cloud cover over the 680 corridor. right now 64 in oakland. only 56 and it's windy at sfo. wind gusts in excess of 40 miles per hour for a fourth could be secondive day. santa rosa 65 and concord the warm spot 67. it's cooler tonight because
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clouds are clearing. storms to the east because the low pressure system passed by to the north and east. that will rapidly move over nevada and by this time tomorrow be over salt lake city, utah. it's gone. what's next is a rather large ridge of high pressure. not as big and close as we were looking at 24 hours ago so temperatures not as high. we were talking about temperatures approaching 90 degrees likely staying in the low to mid-80s which is perhaps even more comfortable as we head toward the weekend. that would be away from the water. so we're partly cloudy tonight. there may be a sprinkle or two out there this evening but the majority of us are finished. more sun. we're warmer tomorrow but temperatures will hit their peak this weekend. 71 sunny in santa clara. fremont 70. pacifica 62. santa clara has the 49ers draft party tomorrow. look out for that. walnut creek sunshine 74. pittsburg 78.
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68 in san francisco. novato 75. cloverdale 78 with sunshine. the rain is gone for a while. friday, mild, saturday and sunday warmer. cooler next week as the onshore flow returns. sunshine for the week. dennis live from oracle is next.
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warriors and rockets game five tonight at oracle arena. i'm dennis o'donnell. if if he win tonight the warriors go to the second round. franklin delano roosevelt, he is the man on the dime. of course, the former president and you remember that old expression, things can turn on a dime? >> the only thing we have to fear is fear itself! >> not if you're a basketball team. the biggest fear you have is injuries. and the western conference has been turned on a dime in just three days. when steph curry went down there was widespread panic in "dub nation" because the warriors would be under manned in their next series against the los angeles clippers. >> set to be out there with us.
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i think that we can adjust. we have been true it before. how we're going to play is already answered. >> reporter: then the dime turned again. clipper star point guard chris paul broke his hand. then star forward blake griffin had a quad injury and his season is over. it was enough to make roosevelt's head spin. >> it's the worst that i have seen. >> but every storm is -- it stops raining at some point. we have won games before. i think we can win games in the future without you guys. >> but if they don't this highly anticipated matchup might become this matchup against oakland native damian lillard and portland. a warriors season in doubt has turned on a dime. [ rap ]
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♪[ music ] >> reporter: the giants dropped quite a few dimes on the new contract for brandon belt. how about 730 dimes for the giants first baseman. it appears to be paying off. it helps when the padres are in town. 3rd inning belt down the line. matt runs a mile to track it down. game tied on the double. samardzija gave up five runs. no problem when you get runs. giants take the lead five runs batted in for the shark in his last two starts. belt is red-hot. deja vu in the fourth another knock down the line. somebody should change the scouting report. two runs score on the triple. belt finished a home run shy of his cycle. he had five runs batted in. the bullpen holds on.
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norris down alley and it's caught. the giants held on after the catch by blanco. they sweep the padres after getting swept by arizona at home last week. the giants have not had a batter hit for the cycle since 2011. >> yeah. well, with him, you know, he kids all the time. every before the game, a good day for a cycle but we're still waiting it. he had a shot at it. but he did a nice job getting the runs in, using the whole field. he just missed one first time up. >> in my head i had already done it. the i thought the first one was a home run anyway so i'm counting in my head the home run so i hit for the cycle today. jim harbaugh coached first base in spring training for the a's and tigers. who does he root for tonight? sonny gray not really attacking his start with the most enthusiasm. tigers outfielder deep in the yard three-run shot to give the
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tigers a 4-0 lead. gray was removed after 2 innings and 65 pitchers. the tigers lead right now in the 7th inning. the sacramento kings unveiled their new logo yesterday. and today, paid for fans to have it tatooed on a body part. 5 area tattoo parlors have lines out the door to catch the new purple ink. those are definitely committed fans as they will be tonight at oracle arena and ken and veronica, it was 11 months ago today that the warriors beat the rockets in game 5 to advance to the nba finals for the first time in 40 years. tonight they win, they move on. >> not if, it's when. this is over tonight. thanks, dennis. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: yeah. how's everybody? i appreciate you, now. yeah, i do. thank you all. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud." i'm your man, steve harvey, everybody. we got a good one for you today. returning for their fourth day with a total-- 40,780 bucks, from batavia, illinois, it's the champs. it's the walton family. [cheering and applause] and it's a rematch. they were just here. i love this family. from antioch, california, it's the sabella family. [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win
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theirself a lot of cash and a possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new, state-of-the-art ford edge. let's play "feud." give me john, give me sari. ["family feud" theme plays] john: good luck. sari: yeah, you, too, man. steve: all right, fellas, top 5 answers on the board. here we go. name a number that men want to know, but women don't want to tell. sari? sari: 69. [laughter] [cheering and applause] first question of the game. [laughter] and we start like this. what's-- are you cra--d h

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