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,, your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. breaking news in pittsburg where two people have been shot. chopper 5 is live over highway 4 near railroad avenue. chp has closed down the westbound side of the freeway. and you can see that black sedan there out there. it's crashed. you can see a lot of the debris
littered around it and a number of chp vehicles. this was first reported a little over an hour ago. there is no estimate on when lanes will re-open. traffic is being diverted off loveridge road and no word on the condition of the victims but we know at least one was taken to the hospital. we have a crew on the way. we'll bring you any updates as they become available. new at noon, police say that a man went after his own mother with an axe and officers had to shoot. reporter matt bigler from kcbs radio is on the scene in san jose with the latest. >> reporter: this all happened at 7 a.m. here on lansing avenue. the scene is right behind us here. officers responded to a domestic disturbance. when they arrived on scene, they saw a fairly dramatic situation. there was a man chasing a woman out of the house. they went into the street and at some point he struck her with an axe. he was wielding either an axe or a maul, a large axe. she was struck in the head. the officers responded by opening fire on the man to stop
the attack. he was shot. and both the man and the woman have been taken to the hospital. we have just learned that they are in stable condition, both the man and the woman, who is his mother. they are in stable condition. we have heard from lieutenant tom sims with san jose police. he says officers had seconds to react to the situation. >> i'll tell you there's a big difference between responding to an event where you know somebody is chasing after somebody with an axe and having it unfold in front of you. so the few seconds that it took them to realize what was going on, it was over. >> i guess he's been having some problems, mental health problems, recently. i know he was at the mental hospital about a month ago. >> reporter: the update from san jose police is that both the 26-year-old man who has been taken to the hospital is in stable condition and his mother, who was struck on her body, is also in stable condition. this was san jose's third
officer-involved shooting of the year. from the scene in san jose, matt bigler for kpix 5. repairs are under way right now on a large sinkhole in san francisco. a family had to be rescued after their suv got stuck when a sewer main gave way under them. kpix 5's anne makovec on how long before the hole is fixed. >> reporter: there it is in the middle of mission street at new montgomery. traffic is now allowed to go around the hole but it's not going to be repaired until tomorrow night at the earliest. the hole is 12 feet by 5 feet wide and 9 feet deep. >> what's underneath is a collapsed sewer main. >> reporter: a sewer main dating back to 1875, made of bricks that broke open creating the sinkhole at around 5:30 last night leaving an suv sitting precariously on the edge, a family inside. >> everybody is freaking out of the. there's buses stopped. >> reporter: crews were able to put ropes around the vehicle and tow it away. nobody was injured.
but the hole remains. >> it's the size of a volkswagen bug. >> reporter: back to the old sewer line that broke underneath it. >> it's mortar and brick, old school. >> reporter: there are miles and miles of sewer lines just like it more than 100 years old under feet san francisco city streets. >> you know, it is a concern and that's why we need to keep investing in our aging infrastructure. >> reporter: san francisco is now trying to replace about 15 miles of sewer lines a year but has about 1,000 miles to go. in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a major construction project starts in oakland today. it will change one route for the next two years. crews will rebuild the embarcadero bridge that spans the lake merritt channel. embarcadero between estuary park and fifth avenue will be closed. traffic will be detoured to the 7th street bridge until may of 2018. the new bridge will be wider and safer in an earthquake. improvements are coming for those who commute on the water. golden gate ferry is getting a $2.2 million federal grant. the money goes toward upgrading
two ferries and landing facilities. changes will include new ramps, floats and other terminal improvements. the warriors could close out the roller coaster series against portland tonight and fans are excited to see another show from steph curry now finally off the bench. kpix 5's kiet do has a preview from oracle arena. >> reporter: good afternoon. we are coming to you from oracle arena. always gives me chills the tingles when i see "roar-acle" like this completely quiet, totally decked out in gold. this is a big night, the chance to close it out in game 5 with portland. everybody getting a strength in numbers shirt along with a rally flag. yesterday at oracle another historic emotional moment on top of so many this season as steph curry received the mvp trophy for the second year in a row. it was an earnest speech where he gave thanks not warriors front office, family and teammates calling it a huge honor and moment to appreciate and celebrate everything that went into the award. now, curry won the second mvp title with an unprecedented
unanimous vote never done before. he is the 11th person in history to get back to back-to- back titles. >> to be the first unanimous mvp winner i don't know what to say. >> reporter: game 4 was described by dennis o'donnell as perhaps the finest performance of curry's career and that is saying a lot. curry has been out for two weeks resting his injured sprained knee then came off the bench and spent much of the game shaking off the rust. in overtime, the human torch set portland on fire! he got 17 points in overtime. that's a play-off record. all that momentum plus the mvp recognition tonight, plus being at home, it is not looking good for portland tonight. fans we talked to are nothing if not confidence saying this is the beginning of a basketball dynasty. >> the warriors will take game 5. we are going to the finals. it's going to be another championship for the warriors. >> reporter: by the way, the warriors are issuing a fraud alert for any tickets purchased by a nonverified reseller. we checked on stubhub.
the nosebleeds are going for $175. go, "dubs"! coming to you from oracle arena, i'm kiet do, kpix 5. >> go, "dubs," is right! game five stars tonight at 7:30. if they win they will face either of the spurs or thunder in the westerns conference finals. campaign pain, former speaker of the house nancy pelosi is weighing in on donald trump's visit to the capital tomorrow. pelosi and other democratic leaders held a press conference a few hours ago addressing trump's poisonous rhetoric, quote, and how house republicans have fueled his fire. >> since when have house republicans been so concerned about intolerant statements and discriminatory ideas? but year after year, republicans have enthusiastically turned their intolerance and their discrimination into legislation. >> meanwhile republican leaders are preparing for the critical meeting with the party's presumptive nominee. speaker paul ryan hopes he and trump will be able to work together to unite the apartment. on the democratic side hillary clinton hit another bump on the
path to the democratic nomination after bernie sanders beat her in west virginia. weijia jang has the latest from washington. >> we won a big, big victory in west virginia! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: bernie sanders celebrated his primary win in west virginia defeating hillary clinton by 15 points. >> we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination!! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: but the tuesday win does little to slow clinton's steady march towards victory. she has 94% of the delegates needed to clinch the nomination. >> i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee andism confident she will be the next president -- i feel confident she will be the next president. >> reporter: vice president joe biden said this about his decision not to run. >> i planned on running. um, an awful thing to say, i think i would have been the best president. but, um, it was the right thing, not just for my family, for me. >> reporter: in the republican race donald trump won in west
virginia and nebraska but hasn't won over party leaders yet. tomorrow, he has a meeting with house speaker paul ryan here on capitol hill. >> if we make a deal, that will be great. if we don't, we'll trudge forward like i have been doing and winning, you know, all the time. >> reporter: ryan says he wants to have a one-on-one conversation with trump before making a decision to endorse him. >> i really believe that if we're going to be successful this fall we have to unify our party. we have to go forward with a positive message. >> reporter: trump is also scheduled to meet with rnc chairman reince priebus. weijia jang, cbs news, capitol hill. a deadly stabbing spree ended in gunfire outside a suburban massachusetts mall. police say arthur darosa rammed his car into this macy's storefront late last night before going inside armed with a knife. at least 4 people were stabbed at two separate locations. two people were killed. an off-duty deputy sheriff shot and killed the suspect.
family members say darosa had psychiatric problems. more violent thunderstorms could hit the central and eastern u.s. today this after tornadoes made a mess in western kentucky. jericka duncan shows us the widespread damage. [ yelling ] >> reporter: fast-moving winds formed a funnel cloud over mayfield, kentucky, within seconds on tuesday. [ sirens ] >> reporter: the storm damaged homes and businesses narrowly missing several schools. >> it was just i mean black as can be and you could just see it. >> reporter: communities sorted through the damage into the night. >> all i know is the tornado come through here, my parents when i seen them i just fell to my knees that they were okay. >> reporter: carol says her parents escaped their home just before the twister hit. >> they both got out within 30 seconds, the neighbor knocked on the door, said there's a tornado. they made it from here to here. >> reporter: the severe weather
is connected with a system that spawned violent tornadoes across southern oklahoma on monday killing two people and leveling several homes. brooke carter was relieved her mother survived. >> she made it out alive. her neighbor didn't. but we're just really glad we we have her. so -- [ crying ] >> all this stuff can be replaced. >> reporter: back here in mayfield, those violent winds tossed these cars around like children's toys. we counted in the parking lot at least 60 vehicles that were destroyed because of this tornado. and it's not over just yet. more severe weather is on its way in the southern plains and the midwest. jericka duncan, cbs news, mayfield, kentucky. the company racing to build the high speed transportation system called hyperloop is set to hold its first public demonstration today in the nevada desert. tesla and spacex founder elon musk helped design it. the idea is to carry passengers in cargo pods using electricity
and magnets at speeds around 700 miles an hour. a trip from san francisco to l.a. in the hyper loop would take 35 minutes. >> impressive. still ahead, could it be a real fountain of youth? how scientists say a couple of special skin creams can give you truly younger-looking skin. >> then i'm just going to swim this it! just dip my whole body in it right now! [ laughter ] >> hi, everybody. good afternoon. this is our live weather camera from dublin looking towards mount diablo. the skies are clear, it's going to be warmer there but wait until we show us what happening at the beaches. the full forecast right after this.
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pittsburg. at least one person -- at least one person was taken to the hospital. chp and other officers are work the scene. all the westbound lanes have been closed. no word when they will re-open. traffic is being diverted off of loveridge road. walmart is suing foster city-based visa saying some of its methods aren't secure enough. the retail giant filed a lawsuit in new york supreme court. walmart says visa let customers use a signature to verify transactions with chip debit cards and that payments using p.i.n. numbers are safer. so far no comment from visa. macy's missed the mark in the 1st quarter and now the retailer says it's slashing its forecast for the year. sales fell 7.4% in the last quarter. macy's blaming consumers cutting back on spending for clothes and fewer tourists shopping at its stores. right now their stock is down
more than 13%. and here's a live look at the board on wall street right now. the dow is also down 191 points. scientists found the next big thing against aging calling it an elastic second skin that mimics younger skin. >> i don't see why you couldn't put it on every morning and wear it like any other makeup. >> the second skin was developed over 9 years and tested on more than 100 people. scientists say it could also protect sores and hype skin diseases. it is set to hit the market in a couple of years and no word on how much it will cost. "bike to work" day is tomorrow. so are you joining the cause? chris march tweeted to us if you can, i think you might enjoy it. i try to bike to work most of the week. molly says, so i'm thinking about ride moog i bike to work
some days for good exercise. and another woman tweeted this photo and is encouraging others to pledge to bike to work tomorrow. and we want to share you "bike to work" day stories so post your pictures and videos on our kpix 5 facebook, twitter or instagram pages. and we'll put some of them on the air. for me that would be 82 miles roundtrip. i'd have to leave at 1 a.m. to get here at 3:30 a.m. averaging about 20 miles per hour. plus i had that whole bay bridge thing.
>> robert sullivan a weather watcher in redwood city is saying the sun is trying to break out and it is, robert. this is the scene. our live weather camera looking towards the transamerica pyramid and we have clouds finally breaking in the city by the way where currently it's 57 degrees. 66 in san jose where we do have the sunshine. obviously a splash of sun in livermore now at 70 degrees. the winds have been increasing right now at 8 in pleasanton. still stubborn low clouds and fog sitting next to the coast. clouds at the golden gate bridge. in the evening, we'll wake up tomorrow morning to another gray slate. high pressure it is the key component it's providing us
with the dry weather pattern through the weekend but we'll tweak our forecast for the end of the weekend. a thunderstorm is possible in yosemite today otherwise the state is dry. 64 pacifica. low 70s around the bay to the low and mid-80s inland. temperatures between 62 to 85 today. high 60s at the beaches tomorrow. 88 inland. low pressure in the bay area brings our numbers down and increasing cloud cover, unstable next week. so we want you to be one of our weather watcher like robert sullivan! visit us online at cbssf.com/weatherwatchers. and not only do you become a weather watcher, but you become my new bff! >> you buy them lunch dinner and -- okay, maybe not. >> no. but they are so valuable to me and we exchange notes and
comments and it's really fun and i need to you tell me what it's like in your neighborhood. >> all right. roberta, thank you. still ahead, watch out youtube! we'll tell you about amazon's latest venture into user videos. >> and we're asking, what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. ============== we have one coming up in oakland this thursday. ,, ,,,,,,
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day is going to be is with dinosaur kale. this time of year this is so wonderful in so many different recipes. when you select it, just like this, nice and green from top to bottom. free from any yellowing whatsoever. it will feel nice and fresh. dinosaur kale is very popular. as a matter of fact, in europe, most of the kale looks like this. it's milder than the regular kale. but the flavor is out of this world. nutritional value is out of this world. this is a superfood. it's great in soups and salads a little bit of lemon to it. and some earth greens. let me tell you something! you'll be addicted to this kale. like i said it is a superfood. so thank you skin kale in the stores enjoy them. you will thank me. and i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer, and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. >> good in smoothies, too. amazon is taking aim at youtube launching its own
platform featuring user generated videos. amazon's video direct allows creators to upload their own material to prime video and generate royalties based on the hours streamed. after lagging attendance numbers seaworld has a plan to get more customers. it's adding a new roller coaster. here's what it will look like riding in the front seat. hey that looks fun. i know. the tallest longest and fastest roller coaster in orlando is designed to mimic the movement of the mako shark. >> sign me up. >> me, too. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, ,,
turned off... what she said about china that's now causa big st queen elizabeth caught off guard saying something when she thought the cameras were off. what she said about china that's causing a stir. that's coming up later today on kpix 5 at 5. >> that's it for kpix 5 news at noon. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
>> caroline: please answer. pick up. pick up. pick up. he's not answering. he's -- >> ridge: well, they got to be somewhere in the building. >> caroline: he has our son! he took our son. thomas took our baby! >> ridge: breathe. it's gonna be okay. we'll find him. >> caroline: he's upset, and he knows that he's -- that we lied, and he feel betrayed. what if he just takes him away? what if we never see my baby? what if i can't find him?! >> ridge: charlie. hey, uh, have you seen thomas? okay. >> caroline: what did he say? where is he? where are they? >> ridge: he just drove off with douglas. >> thomas: that night -- that was a terribleis