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> linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. a south bay couple killed in their home, now their sons are under arrest. good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. stunning new developments in the double homicide in san jose. two brothers are now accused of carrying out the attack on
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their parents. kiet do is live in san jose with how people were able to track them down. >> reporter: san jose police were quiet about this case all week and today we learned why. sources say they were secretly tracking the older son, they followed him to the central valley. in his mugshot hasid rabbi looks tired after police finally caught up to him after four days. officers with sjpd's covert response unit tracked him for some time and the 22-year-old was arrested in tracy yesterday. and in a surprise twist, his younger brother, just 17 years old, was also arrested in san jose. both sons are charged with murder for shooting and killing their parents. >> it's awful. it's terrible. i can't believe it. >> reporter: it's unclear what led up to the shooting or how it happened at the home on lucas court in san jose's evergreen neighborhood. but those who saw the crime scene said it was pure evil. disturbing messages scrawled all over the floors and walls. look closely and you can see a hint of it as evidence technicians carry out pieces of
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drywall. take care of your brother or he's next, says one. one source tells us another message was a mock apology, sorry, the first kill was clumsy. on sunday police entered the house and found the scene. this photo taken a couple years ago and posted on facebook shows the family in happier times. police questioned the younger son but initially said hasid the older son was not a suspect. the evergreen islamic center said the victims were long-time residents and volunteered in the community. neighbors described them as warm, friendly, good-hearted people who made newcomers feel welcome. >> it's hard to believe that a child would kill his parents. >> reporter: and the younger broker is now in the juvenile detention center. the older brother at the main jail held without bail. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. following breaking news in baltimore right now, this is a strange situation. a television station there has been evacuated after employees say a man threatened to blow up
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the building. this happening at wbsf which is a fox affiliate in baltimore. it's located at the base of the city's tv hill which is home to two other tv stations and also a radio station. it started with a vehicle fire in the station's parking lot. a man then entered the lobby with what looked like a bomb. the suspect may have been shot by police. a s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in east san jose this morning. this was the scene around 9:30 in the area of south capitol avenue and alum rock. our reporter kiet do was there and told us officers were serving a search warrant at a house that neighbors say has been raided before for illegal gambling. you can see four people bound with zipties. chopper 5 was overhead as more than a dozen officers staked out the place and minutes ago police confirming that 10 people are now in custody and the scene is being cleared. developing news in palo alto where the vta transit center is just now re-opening
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after a morning of police activity. someone reported a suspicious powder on a bus. the transit facility was closed at 9 a.m. as the fire department did some testing but the white powder was sheetrock dust. the center reopened 30 minutes ago. a close call this morning at the hayward airport. chopper 5 captured the aftermath of a small plane that made a hard landing. the fire department says that the single-engine plane then spun out coming to a stop on the grass between the runway and the taxiway. the nose gear on the cessna collapsed. the pilot was uninjured. federal prosecutors say three people connected to one of the san bernardino shooters have been arrested in a marriage fraud conspiracy including the brother and sister-in-law of the syed farook. the third is the wife of a accused friend accused of buying the assault rifle in the attack. marquez has been charged for aiding the attack. the three are accused of
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participating in a conspiracy that involved lying under oath to obtain immigration benefits. a developing story this noon. oakland raiders owner mark davis looking to bet big on moving his team to las vegas. he said that this morning, he is willing to spend a half billion dollars on a new stadium. >> it will be a contractual commitment and in my case it will be a lifetime commitment. i have been looking forward -- this is the goal of my lifetim when my father died was to find a home and stadium for this team. >> he wants to partner with a casino billionaire and a soccer great david beckham. the goal would be to move the raiders into a $1.4 billion stadium. at this time tomorrow, donald trump will hold a campaign event in burlingame. kpix 5's anne makovec tells us the plans are in place in case things get out of hand. >> reporter: the security
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barriers are going up around the perimeter of the hyatt regency in burlingame. tickets are already sold out for donald trump's speech tomorrow at noon. >> they come out, they introduce trump. here, i'm coming out and i'm going to introduce bobby knight, okay? >> reporter: trump is in indianapolis today where he picked up an endorsement from the basketball coaching legend and then turned his attention to ted cruz. >> cruz can't when. what's he doing picking vice presidents? >> reporter: running mates ted cruz and carly fiorina are also in indiana today ahead of the state's tuesday primary. when the republican candidates make it to burlingame tomorrow, they will be faced with thousands of protestors and supporters and the police department in the small city says they are ready. >> everything is in place. >> reporter: this facebook page says 2400 people are planning to attend a demonstration against donald trump outside the hotel tomorrow. >> it's a very fluid number. >> reporter: the burlingame police department says it's getting help from agencies on
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the local, state and federal levels. >> making combinations so that everything proceeds smoothly. >> reporter: after trump speaks at lunch john kasich will address the convention tomorrow evening and ted cruz will speak on saturday afternoon. in burlingame, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> peaceful protests are under way today ahead of donald trump's bay area visit. over the next couple of hours, a plane will be flying over google headquarters, the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge with a banner relating, google, don't be evil, hashtag, dump trump. more than 450,000 people have signed a petition urging the tech giant not to fund the republican national convention if trump is the nominee. that petition was delivered a short time ago at google headquarters in mountain view. >> this rhetoric is amplifying hostilities towards blacks and latinos and muslims, towards women, towards lgbt people. and we think that companies like google need to take a
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stand and not continue to sponsor the coronation of donald trump. >> one group behind the effort is called "colorofchange." it's an online civil rights organization with four bases including one in oakland. a new campaign office for hillary clinton opens in oakland today. volunteers for the front-runner will be phone banking there through the june primary. mayor libby schaaf will be at the opening ceremonies at the office on 14th street bernie sanders is on the campaign trail as well today in indiana but he is unlikely to win. the campaign laid off about 200 people leaving sanders with about 300 staffers now. they hope to rehire people if the senator wins the democratic nomination. new at noon, cal fire investigators have determined the cause of last fall's deadly "butte fire." they say it was sparked by a tree that came from contact with a pg&e power line near butte mountain road in amador
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county back in september. it spread to calaveras county and burned for three weeks. they hope to get $90 million in firefighters costs from pg&e. jamie yuccas reports he was found with prescription drugs but it's not clear whether it killed him. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: sources tell cbs news, the sheriff's office in minnesota contact the drug enforcement administration about possibly assisting in the investigation if the prescription pills found at prince's home are related to his death. the sheriff's office says no active work is being done with agents at this time. once tox work is completed federal agents will look for specific information what painkillers he was taking, where they came from and who prescribed them. "entertainment tonight" said he had an ongoing problem with addiction to painkillers. >> he had painkillers due to
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help you and ankle issues. >> reporter: less than a week before his death his private jet made an emergency landing in moline, illinois. hours after his last performance in atlanta, georgia. >> what's the nature of the emergency? >> an unresponsive passenger. >> reporter: at the time, his publicist said he had the flu but audio from the control tower released this week indicates the situation may have been more dire. a bodyguard reportedly carried him off the plane to an ambulance. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> prince did not leave a known will. a judge appointed a special administrator to oversee the singer's businesses while his estate is now sorted out. still ahead, a scare for a father and son on a roller coaster. the terrifying moment and what the park did afterwards that had the dad so upset. >> plus, suing snapchat. why one man is blaming the app for a crash into his car. >> one of my favorite things to see after a cold front is nothing but blue skies and that's what we have across the bay area. it is springtime in the bay area. the forecast is coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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24 hours. rs carried young a wave of air strikes in syria has reportedly killed more than 60 people in less than 24 hours. rescuers carried young victims from the rubble following the overnight air strikes in aleppo. a hospital and another building were hit. fires burned hours later and internet video showing the chaotic aftermath. activists call it proof that the partial cease-fire agreed to in february has collapsed. a terrifying moment on a texas roller coaster caught on camera.
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a father and child were on the mousetrap and the seatbelt malfunctioned. dad held the child. he was outraged when people were allowed back on the ride. >> they didn't put anybody in the seat that we were in. they but still loaded the rest of the seats up and let the ride take off again. in my opinion, if someone tells you the seatbelt is broken you should probably shut that done and not let anybody else on. >> the amusement park said in a statement it was extremely concerned to hear about that experience and ensures the cart is removed and all seatbelts are working properly. a georgia man is suing snapchat saying that a teenaged driver crashed into his car while using the app's speed filter. jericka duncan looks at whether snapchat can actually be held responsible. >> reporter: crystal mcgee apparently posted this snap shortly after crashing a car in
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september. the caption, lucky to be alive. while driving this white mercedes, the teenager allegedly used snapchat's speed filter and topped out at 113 miles per hour. she then slammed into this gray mitsubishi. in a lawsuit, the driver of that car wentworth maynard said mcgee was distracted and using the snapchat app on her phone. so this is how snapchat worths every works. you can today video or even pictures. once you're done before you send it you can choose from a number of filters. this one can show you just how fast we're going in the car. the lawsuit claims the popular miles per hour filter is actually an incentive for snapchaters to drive very fast. >> i have heard teenagers say that things don't feel real until you see them on social media. >> reporter: with more than 100 million daily users, snapchat has deep pockets making it a prime target for the lawsuit says this attorney. >> does raise some questions
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about whether snapchat could have legitimately and reasonably known that people would be using this feature while they are driving. >> reporter: in a statement, snapchat said, we actively discourage our community from using the speed filter while driving, including by displaying a do not snap and drive warning message in the app itself. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. >> the plaintiff in the lawsuit claims that he spent 5 weeks in intensive care and has permanent brain damage. let's get a live look on wall street and so how the dow is doing. oh. not a good day down about 188. now for a check of weather, let's check in with roberta. how's it going out there? >> did you forget my name? >> just a dramatic pause. >> begins with an r. [ laughter ] >> it's not rain! >> boy, what a day outside! this is our live weather camera. it is perched atop the transamerica pyramid looking due north towards alcatraz and
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angel island. wow, this is unbelievable! the visibility is unlimited. we have wind-swept blue skies. i have lots of people just saying what a glorious day it is today so fresh the air feels clean after yesterday's cold front breezed through the bay area. 60 degrees right now in san francisco. everyone in the 60s. mid-60s in santa rosa. frank is in novato one of our weather watchers said summer breeze makes me feel fine. [ laughter ] >> blowing through the jasmine in my mind. name that tune! [ laughter ] >> seals and croft, right? all right. we love you, frank. thanks so much. everybody has a little bit of spring fever. all right. the winds right now west- northwest at 20 in san francisco. 13 sfo. 17 along the coast. you get the feel for all this. it's a breezy day. these winds will continue to increase out of the northwest up to 20 miles per hour. we have high pressure building in over here. and we have the departure of yesterday's cold front still providing some rain showers, beneficial rains over the desert southwest. lots of clear skies, but the breeze increases toward sunset,
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warm trend for the weekend. this is our futurecast. as the high pressure dome builds in, we are returning more to that northerly and northwest flow, so therefore some warmer air mass is trucking in but meanwhile, the wind is ushering the pollen around. it remains medium to high. be prepared if you have a little discomfort from allergies. that count will soar over the weekend. 80 in sacramento today. 51 in the south shore. 60 monterey bay. our numbers 10 degrees warmer inland than yesterday. we were at 62 in livermore going for 71 to 74 throughout the tri-valley. here's your sunset and your sunrise times. similar conditions on friday to today. then a gradual warming trend saturday. look at your sunday. yeah, near 90 inland. then if you don't like it warm, we cool monday through wednesday. i don't have a baseball forecast today because the giants are in new york, a's play the astros tomorrow. >> sunday looks like a beach
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day. >> barbecue at your house. >> i'm going to be on discovery bay on a boat. i have my priorities and my plans. >> you have it made. [ laughter ] >> all right. well, still ahead, giving young kids their first taste of technology. meet this week's bay area jefferson award winner. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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students their first taste technology. kpix 5's sharon chin introds this week's jeff welcome back. a volunteer has been helping a sunnyvale school give students a first take of technology. sharon chin has this week's jefferson award winner. >> reporter: first grader maria vargas is ai see every amazed
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at the robots. students program robots with a block and flashlight. >> they can do what you tell it to do. >> reporter: pierre cintra started the after school robotics club at lakewood elementary school in sunnyvale. >> i love technology. i like to get these kids 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
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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. 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.
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>> you can nominate your local hero for a jefferson award online go to we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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follow breaking news in baltimore... where a televi station has been evacuated. employees say a man threated up the building. we're continuing to follow breaking news in baltimore
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where television station has been evacuated. employees say a man threatened to blow up the building. they say he entered the lobby at wbsf with what look like a bomb. that suspect may have been shot by police. we'll have updates on and later at 5:00. and it's starting to heat up outside. right? >> yes, today's a kick-start of a warming trend. 10 degrees warmer inland from yesterday. >> have a great day. captions by: caption colorado ,,
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>> quinn: i don't want to run anymore, liam. go ahead. call the police, but just --just first. >> liam: do you think that's what i want? an apology? you ruined my life, quinn. steffy's married to wyatt. are you happy? [ door slams ] are you happy?! >> liam: what is that? is that a wedding band? [ door opens ] >> ridge: steffy. >> steffy: hey. what are you doing here? >> ridge: what am i doing in my own ofce


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