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through the security screen. alaysha along with her 7-year- old friend a 4-year-old boy and 63-year-old grandmother were all shot. three years later, a verdict. jurors deliberated for nearly two days before reaching guilty verdicts against 25-year-old darrell williams for the murders of alaysha and 22-year- old anthony madeiras who was killed seven weeks later. >> this has been a long three years. >> nobody understands. we're so happy. >> reporter: prosecutors say williams went on a premeditated murder spree to get back at a gang member for an earlier murder that same day. an innocent sleepover turned into the wrong place at the wrong time for alaysha. >> found her killer. tears of joy. tears of joy. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and jurors will be back next week for the penalty phase. they will decide between the
death penalty or life in prison without parole. in oakland, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. new at 5:00 a setback for the hunger strikers who want san francisco police chief greg suhr fired. everyone in the group called the "frisco five" is in the hospital. kpix 5 reporter andria borba tells us others now are take up their fight. >> reporter: well, liz, the protestors inside city hall about an hour ago just in the past five minutes have moved in front of mayor lee's office. you can see san francisco sheriff's deputies with helmets in front of mayor lee's office right now. the protestors are chanting. they have been for quite some time. the "frisco five" are on the 16th day of their hunger strike. they were taken to the hospital around 1 p.m. they are being tended to by ucsf doctor with a group called white coats for black lives. as we said, just in the past few minutes, these protestors have moved inside city hall in front of mayor lee's office. [ very loud noise in the background ]
>> reporter: we have the sheriff's department here with batons and helmets on trying to keep them from breaching the front door of mayor lee's office right now. that is what's happening live out here at city hall. we'll bring you updates as they come. live in city hall, andria borba, kpix 5. hillary clinton back in the bay area and for a change she is here to do more than just raise money. she is just wrapping a speech at la escuelita elementary school in oakland this afternoon. this appearance was free. just had to get in line early. chopjust over the campus. you can see dozens of supporters outside the school. people were actually lined up around the block. kpix 5 reporter da lin is there right now. da? >> reporter: yeah, ken. clinton just wrapped up her speech about 10 minutes ago. she spoke for about 20 minutes at this elementary school not too far away from lake merritt here in oakland. this event was so popular, organizers had to turn several
hundred people away. those supporters in fact were standing out here listening to the speech from outside. it was an extremely crowded event. they waited in the cold and rain to witness what they hope is history in the making. >> hillary is going to be the first woman president. >> reporter: the first person in line stood here since 7:30 this morning. >> and i want an autograph. maybe get a signature or something, you know. >> trump just scares me to death. he absolutely scares me to death. his foreign policy, he doesn't have one. >> reporter: these supporters came from all over northern california. some drove a few hours to hear clinton talk about her plans to help the middle class. >> and if you look at our last two democratic presidents [ screaming ] , they set a pretty good example for what it is we need to be doing to create jobs, to raise income, to get our country back to broad based
inclusive prosperity!! >> reporter: quite a few millennials came out as well some turning 18 and voting for the first time. >> she really, like, inspired me. they say you can't be what you can't see. um, and so i don't think i would be as interested in politics as i am if it weren't for her. >> reporter: along with supporters came a dozen protestors. some bernie sanders supporters, others just plain hecklers. >> she is a warmonger! she is against the working class! she voted for the iraq war! >> reporter: a heckler with his camera tried to confront people waiting in line. >> i'm with her! i'm with her! i'm with her! >> reporter: in fact, the support was so strong, organizers had to turn people away. they had to shut the door leaving hundreds of disappointed people standing outside. the line for supporters stretched a few blocks long. easily over 1,000 people, perhaps organizers didn't anticipate that kind of popularity for this event here.
so a lot of people again turned away. tonight clinton will be in san francisco for a fundraising event. live in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> before her speech, hillary clinton sat down with our own phil matier for an exclusive one-on-one interview. take a look. >> does california count? looks like you've got the nomination. >> california always counts. it is a state of the future. >> phil matier. >> good to see you. hey, thank you. >> have a seat. >> coming up at 6:00, the question that hillary clinton was not ready to answer. it's an interview that you will see only kpix 5 news at 6:00. two more prominent republicans are speaking out against donald trump. kpix 5's allen martin on some big names lining up against their own party's nominee. >> reporter: liz, yesterday we learned house speaker paul ryan is not ready to back donald trump yet. both presidents bush, mitt romney and john mccain say they won't be involved in this year's election. now we're learning that former gop presidential candidates jeb bush and south carolina senator
lindsey graham are out, too. ex-florida governor jeb bush wrote on facebook that trump has not shown the temperament and strong character needed to be president. he and graham say that they won't vote for either front- runner. with graham calling it a race to the bottom. >> it's pretty easy to say no to hillary because i think she is the third term of barack obama. i just don't believe that donald trump is a reliable conservative republican. good luck with paul ryan trying to find a conservative agenda with this guy. >> i won't talk about lindsey graham, who had like 1 point -- >> boo! >> did you ever see this guy on television? he is nasty! >> okay, forget this one. >> he also fired back saying that every time graham endorsed someone, they dropped out of the race! graham had endorsed jeb bush after ending his own bid for the white house. president obama did make remarks about trump for the first time since the billionaire became the presumptive nominee. he is urging people to keep
trump in check and vet him thoroughly. >> this is a really serious job. this is not entertainment. this is not a reality show. republican voters are going to have to make a decision to whether this is the man who speaks for them and represents their values. >> but a lot could change in the next few days. paul ryan invited donald trump to the capital next week. they are set to start a conversation about the direction of the republican party. ken. thank you. we are tracking the wet weather around parts of the bay area tonight. we saw plenty of umbrellas put to use in san francisco this afternoon. in palo alto, drivers were taking it easy on the wet roads. the windshield wipers also getting some use because of the rainfall. kpix 5 reporter jackie ward is live in berkeley. in the east bay where i was, it was raining most of the morning. >> reporter: yeah. no kidding. actually, the gray clouds have been hanging out all day essentially but they haven't
let any raindrops out since this morning. it's weird to be talking about rain in may especially with more of it on the way this weekend. it didn't last long. but it was enough to bring the umbrellas out and slick up the roads a bit from the east bay to san jose. >> it's not that bad right now because it's not that strong. so we like it. >> reporter: at cal berkeley, we found mr. casanova. >> right now rain is good. >> reporter: seriousry, when he is not breaking hearts with his charm he is part of the grounds an maintenance crew with the university. he even showed us his identification to prove it. >> we do the mowing and blowing in the morning, trash, and then landscaping weeding stuff like that. >> reporter: on the ballfields in albany the rain cover on the pitching mound is keeping it bone dry. >> it would take a good third of an inch before i would consider shutting the fields down. >> reporter: when we see that kind of rain that's when pitchers can slip and hurt themselves or the batter. >> when that slip happens,
that miss alliance their release causing pour -- causing more walks and wild pitches. >> reporter: this rain doesn't seem to be tampering with the weekend schedule of little league baseball. in berkeley, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> as we spoke about earlier, don't put the umbrella away yet. chief meteorologist paul deanno talking about a wet start to the weekend. this is kind of hanging around, huh? >> it is sticking around longer than first thought. rain down for now. rain not entirely finished. kpix 5 hi-def doppler showing a lack of rainfall for the bay area. didn't see thunderstorms today. we did have some widespread light to moderate that worked from the north to the south, light to moderate rain. it just cleared. morgan hill and gilroy, towards hollister, it's out of here. busy around 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. we saw steady rainfall in san francisco, san mateo county, livermore and san jose, milpitas and fremont. as i mentioned, that has moved
out. how much rain? about a sixth of an inch for you in san jose and dublin. less than a tenth in concord and san francisco. and a few drips that's it for mill valley. but futurecast says, uh-uh! not done yet. look at sunrise tomorrow another wave of rainfall impacting your saturday morning plans. talk about how long that sticks around coming up. a suspect in a deadly stabbing in potrero hill is in custody. police were called to arkansas and 19th streets at 11 a.m. where they found a woman stabbed. she died at the scene. police caught up to the suspect. they say there is no threat to the public. more fallout from an exclusive report that we brought you here on "kpix 5 this morning." the city of san francisco filed a lawsuit against the academy of art university. the private art school is accused of using at least 23 of its buildings illegally for things like offices and dorms for over a decade. the university's lawyers say
the plan is to build new housing for its students and pay $10 million to the city. but city leaders say that's too little too late. >> our plan is to wrap all this up in a resolution that is satisfactory to the planning commission. >> the academy has played san francisco for a fool but that's coming to an end today. >> well, in addition to the fines and penalties, the lawsuit seeks a permanent injunction to force the university to restore all units that are zoned for housing into actual housing. the city says that accounts for 300 homes. well, surprising turn in the rape case against former 49er dana stubblefield. >> his lawyers make an unusual request to the judge. why our legal expert says good luck. >> also, you've heard about baseball rainouts. why major league baseball is canceling games because of mosquitos. >> and baseball great willie mays celebrating his 85th birthday. how san francisco is paying tribute next. ,,,,
case involving a former 49e attorneys for dana stubblef they're a new twist in the sexual assault case involving a former 49er. attorneys for dana stubblefield filed a motion today. they are no asking the santa clara county district attorney to recuse himself from the case. kpix 5's reporter len ramirez tells us, the defense claims the d.a.'s office is biased. len. >> reporter: well, that's right, ken. this is a case where the defense is going on the offense. mr. stubble field's attorneys today calling on the attorney general of california to get involved to ensure that their client receives a fair trial. dana stubblefield has not even entered a plea in his rape case but his attorneys have already gone to court filing a motion today to have district attorney
jeff rosen's office pulled from the case. the attorneys accuse the d.a. of prejudicing the case and leaking information to the media. >> they showed up at mr. stubblefield's children's school with a press release in one hand and handcuffs in the other. >> reporter: stubblefield is accused of raping a 32-year-old developmentally disabled woman in his home last year after interviewing her for a nanny job. stubblefield said they did have sex but it was consensual. his attorney cited what they called inflammatory phrases in the press release like she was unconscionably assaulted and if convict he faces a substantial prison sentence. they have suggested rosen is using the celebrity case as a stepping stone for higher office. >> so we feel that the case now needs to be handled by an impartial body. they are asking for the attorney general's office to name the prosecutor of the case so mr. stubblefield can get a fair hearing. >> reporter: the d.a.'s office sent kpix 5 a text message that reads, our response is the evidence we will present in court. we seek justice for the victim
and the people. >> this isn't anything unusual in terms of the nature of the press release. >> reporter: kpix 5 legal analyst and former judge ladoris cordell says the motion to kick the d.a. off the case will probably fail but she says filing the motion does prove one thing. >> the defense in this case is sending a message loud and clear to the prosecutors in santa clara county that they are not going to take it. >> reporter: mr. stubblefield is due to make his first appearance in santa clara county court here on june 3. at that time, he may enter a plea in this case. many people in the legal community here in santa clara county expect this to be a heated court case. len ramirez, kpix 5. a federal worker is in jail accused in three deadly shootings in the washington, dc area. eulalio tordil was wanted for killing his estranged wife at a high school in beltsville, maryland, yesterday. then this morning two people were killed in shootings at a
mall and a giant grocery store in montgomery county. police arrested tordil after spotting his eating lunch at a restaurant. >> he ordered a salad and the lady came out and asked him how was the salad? and he said the salad is delicious. and he even left the water there. then he calmly walked outside to his car and the police i guess recognized him car and they were waiting for him right there. >> tordil worked with the federal protective service at homeland security. his estranged wife had a protective order against him and he had been ordered to surrender his service weapon. "dub nation" is gearing up for game 3 of the western conference semifinals. warriors face off against the trail blazers tomorrow at 5:30 in portland. golden state leads the series 2 games to none. the team's mantra, strength in numbers, seems to be working as different players step up in the absence of steph curry and it turns out, the warriors have even registered a trademark on the phrase.
with that, they get the rights to make money on strength in numbers, merchandise. head coach steve kerr started using the phrase even before last year's championship season. a special san francisco celebration for the 85th birthday of the say hey kid, willie mays. the city honored him today by dedicating cable car number 24 to the legendary centerfielder. muni chose that car because mays wore number 24 on his jersey. a plaque was also unveiled that will be mounted on that cable car. >> i would like to thank the giants, the mayor, malcolm, and all the people involved in this cable car, because to me, it's just a wonderful, wonderful feeling. >> mays began his career in 1951 with the mets. he spent most of his years playing with the giants before retiring after the 1973 world series against the oakland a's. major league baseball is moving a series out of puerto
rico over concerns about the zika virus. the pittsburgh pirates were supposed to play two games in san juan this weekend. the centers for disease control talked to some players about the potential risks of the zika virus which can cause serious birth defects. so the players union asked mlb to change venues. those games are now set to be played in miami. too big to control. a new study shows a disease killing off millions of california trees may be unstoppable. sudden oak death is highly contagious. it's destroyed trees along the coast from big sur up to oregon since 1995. california bay laurels are most likely to spread sudden oak death and one scientist says there are more of them in marin these days. scientists suggest restoring small local forests in order to fight the disease. we are going to give you a live picture now coming from chopper 5 of hillary clinton's motorcade as they begin to leave the la escuelita
elementary school in oakland today. she addressed several hundred people at the school. and, um, we have an exclusive interview with hillary clinton coming up in our 6:00 broadcast. hillary clinton now heading to a fundraiser in northern california. >> looking forward to seeing phil matier's interview. it's going to be great. check in with paul. we had a little rain in the east bay today. looks like it's dried up somewhat. >> we have dried up a bit about but we're not done yet. remember we talked about upper level low pressure areas don't follow the rules of computer forecast models? this guy is hanging out longer than we would like. we like the rainfall on wednesday, thursday and friday. not so much coming up on saturday. but guess what? there is rain in the forecast tomorrow. just a few drips out there right now. the majority of the bay area is dry. port arena, fort bragg a few showers and clearlake. at the top of the hour hayward reporting light rain but the majority of the steady stuff is now south of santa cruz and monterey. working in the other direction.
nice shot of the san mateo bridge. there is traffic on a friday evening. we would expect no less. san francisco chilly! 57 degrees. but more telling, san jose chilly, 58 degrees for you. oakland only 59. live 61. it was 5 to 10 degrees cooler than average all throughout the bay area. tonight a chilly night at at&t park. the giants and the rockies hopefully the rockies don't score as many runs as they did last night. they scored a lot! 54 degrees your first pitch temperature 7:15 tonight. lows tonight 50s. we'll stay cloudy, consumer report 54. santa rosa 52. san francisco 54. now let's talk about why that rain is going to stick around for part of your weekend. the area of low pressure that we have been watching has been sitting off the coast for a few days. now its inland. look at the width of this storm. it's raining from concord all the way to colorado. that's a big influence that it has on the entire southwestern u.s. and even those it's moving farther away from us tomorrow not far enough to remove the rain. we have air that hits the sierra bubbles up into showers
and the steering current tomorrow is northeast to southwest. so what builds up overnight over the sierra will be in your backyard by tomorrow morning. it may be on your little league game, garage sales, anything outside. futurecast 9:00 a.m., raining. drier in the afternoon. a second wave every rain north concord bay tomorrow evening. how about about that? rain-free on sunday with some clouds around for mother's day. so a chance of showers overnight tonight. we stay unsettled especially tomorrow morning. translation showers but nothing heavy. rain is done by mother's day. another day in the 60s tomorrow. concord 67. redwood city 68. san francisco 63 degrees. dry but cloudy for mother's day. only 73 inland. next week whole different ballgame. we are sunny and mild. not hot. highs around 80 away from the morning. tomorrow morning still raining. >> thank you. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
of. actor aldon aaron wright is reportedly being cast as a young han solo for a "star wars" spinoff movie. he made a name for himself in the coen brothers hail caesar. he beat out 2500 other young actors. the move is called the smuggler. it's a flashback telling the story before he meets luke skywalker. it's expected to hit theaters in may 2018. should be fun. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
newsroom. new at 6:00 tonight: our phil matier puts the democratic frontru on the spot-- on the issue legalizing recreational mariju i'm allen martin. new at 6:00 tonight our full forecast puts the democratic front-runner -- phil matier puts the democratic front- runner on the hot seat about recreational marijuana. sanctuary to high-speed rail are questions to hillary clinton. that's coming up in our solution interview. >> not often the dashcam video ends in a dance-off. bay area police and high school students take on a '90s phrase, to send a powerful message about coming together. that and more tonight at 6:00. ken, liz? >> thank you. that's it for kpix 5 news at 5:00. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. allen and i will see you at 6:00. and remember the latest news and weather, always on cbssf.com. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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