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warriors! they did it! just about half an hour ago: the golden live from had cbs bay area -- the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> that is the ball game. the warriors -- >> they did it. just half hour ago the golden state warriors secured their spot in the western conference finals. >> blue and gold fire works lit up the skies. kpix 5's christin ayers in the middle of it. [ talking at the same time ] >> he made it. it was great. [ talking at the same time ] >> rookie of the year
>> harder time with san antonio. hoping for oklahoma city. >> we will have highlights coming up. tickets go on sale friday for the western conference final. this pregnant mother gunned down. her family desperate for answers. on highway 4 in pittsburg before 11:00 a.m. this morning. outside the police station with new information. >> reporter: the victim's mother said her daughter was pregnant with her fifth child but police say the shooting here was a targeted one. the question tonight, what are police doing to make sure drivers are safe? >> she has four kids. four kids. >> reporter: four kids without a mother. and a family pleading for help. >> somebody seen something. we are begging you, i am begging you.
please come forward. >> reporter: she was shot and killed while driving down highway 4 this morning. >> the vehicle collided after the vehicle was shot at several times times and then caught on fire. >> reporter: this is what the car looked like after it crashed. her family says the car belonged to her boyfriend. he was also shot in the arm but is expected to be okay. >> this is a young lady. gunned down like she was nothing. >> reporter: this is the second shooting on highway 4 in the past month. police are now asking the city for $100,000 to install cameras along the highway to keep drivers safe. >> we met with the california highway patrol, local agencies throughout the county and we are looking for solutions. >> reporter: city council is expected to vote on a resolution to install cameras
long highway 4 next monday. cate cauguiran kpix 5. the sex scandal rocking the oakland police officer. >> reporter: police officers accused of engaging a sexual misconduct with a teenage girl. the department confirms three police officers are on paid administrative leave and an investigation under way. the police said they would not tolerate misconduct and hold all employees accountable for their actions. the identities of the officers are not being released at this time. in the news room, andria borba, kpix 5. a man found murdered at a home, a chase with a suspect ended with a deadly crash. kpix 5's betty yu is live with more. >> reporter: investigators just
wrapped up the crime scene after shut down the road for some 11 hours today. the house where the deadly shooting happened was up the street and tonight investigators are still searching for a motive. >> reporter: tonight we watched the mortuary van roll by and investigators put evidence into large bag. several hours after the violence began. >> a sleepy community. wow! >> i am shocked and horrified. >> the drama unfolded here inside a home. sheriff's deputies showed up this morning after 911 call. they found one man shot to death. another man injured. and a get away car. >> we got a description of a prius. deputies got in a pursuit. >> the chase ended like this on highway 17.
the driver lost control and crashed into wall. the passenger was hurt and died at the hospital. the driver took off running but was caught by deputies. the highway was shut down for hours. >> this is very serious crime. two people were killed. we don't know their associations. high speeds. highway 17. very dangerous. special suspects in a violent crime. >> it goes against the grain. we are a close nit and loving community. >> reporter: the driver of the prius has been detained and sheriff's deputies have not said how the people involved in the violent chain of events are related orreleased name -- or released names. betty yu, kpix 5. today we saw the first significant brush fire of the season. chopper 5 over head this
afternoon as firefighters worked to put out the flames. 30 acres burned. the fire broke out along interstate 80 just before 5:00 p.m. firefighters say this car ignited the flames flames and that is that is left. the fire brought rush hour traffic to a halt. the fire did not threaten any homes. no injuries reported. in san francisco calls to get rid of the police chief. joe vazquez is at city hall. supervisors want him gone? >> reporter: for weeks now we have been watching loud demonstrations, people outside of city hall saying they are tired of the police shootings and they want the chief fired. today for the first time battle lines are being drawn inside. >> you need to remove this man. >> crowd at the police commission meeting lights in to police chief greg suhr.
>> reporter: now the chief is in a bigger hot seat. several san francisco supervisors are calling for his removal. there is also a counter chorus insisting he should stay. >> time for us to start a search for a new police chief. >> this is a publicity stunt by a colleague. supervisor kim is trying to get headline. but this chief is moving forward. >> this is governing by mob rule. police chief greg suhr has to lead it reforms. no outsider will be able to implement the reforms. >> this report that came out is a game changer. this chief is not in a place where he can implement the
changes. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> well, it is the first -- this is the first time we have an independent third party coming in and saying we have looked at how the department operates and these are our findings. >> reporter: mayor ed lee said that she standing by his police chief. reporting live, joe vazquez, kpix 5. two sheriff's deputies have turned themselves in tonight on assault charges. accused of beating a suspect in a san francisco alley after a chase last november. the suspect suffered a concussion and broken hands. he is also in jail facing drug and gun charges. bail for deputies is $140,000 each. crime tape surrounded a san jose neighbor after police shot a man who chased his mother with an ax in the middle of the
street this morning. neighbors told us the son suffered mental health problems. tonight the mother and son are in stable condition. a live look at a huge sink hole on mission street in san francisco. the crews say the repairs will continue over the next couple days. the hole opened yesterday. trapping a family inside this suv. no one was hurt. a broken sewer main is being blamed for the hole. one lane is open in each direction. san francisco to los angeles in 30 minutes? typer loop is trying to prove -- hyper loop is trying to prove it could happen. tonight what the future of transportation could look like. >> three, two, one. >> the briefest of test runs.
but those second are going a long way to proving the viability of the technology. hyper loop engineers conducted the test. they sent a dummy sled down the tracks at 300 miles per hour accelerating to 100 miles per hour in one second and then crashing into sand because they haven't yet developed breaks. >> turning engineering into hardware and watching it execute. >> reporter: could such a system work? bringing passengers between los angeles and san francisco in 30 minutes? >> it could work but it will be expensive. >> reporter: he says they face big challenges with earthquake faults and mountain ranges because they would have to be perfectly level and straight.
>> the only way to prove that is to develop an operating model. >> reporter: len ramirez, kpix 5. tonight a set back for bernie sanders in california a month before the primary. his state director left the campaign. the reason, he said it is because of a disagreement with the campaign. the primary is june 7. 700 delegates are up for grabs. 546 for the democrats, 172 for the republicans. a meeting set for tomorrow between house speaker paul ryan and donald trump. the goal, bringing a divided republican party together. >> we need a real unification of the party. that will take some effort. >> the gop is divided over donald trump who scored two more primary victory. he will meet with paul ryan on thursday. >> we need to get to know each
other. >> reporter: donald trump says it won't impact the race. >> reporter: in the democratic race bernie sanders won west virginia yesterday. >> i want to thank the people of west virginia. last night for giving us the victory. >> reporter: he trails hillary clinton by hundreds of delegates. today she focused on the general election in new jersey. >> i am not going to respond to the insults and the attacks coming from donald trump in this campaign. i will stand up and night for and speak out for every american that he attacks. >> hillary clinton continues to call on donald trump to release his tax returns. despite pressure he says he doesn't expect to make them public before november siting
an audit. he doesn't believe the voters are interested. driver makes a detour to help a boy who was lost get home safely. that driver was honored tonight. andria borba was there. >> we want to thank you. >> reporter: april 30 was a saturday morning. >> okay, riding back and forth. that is okay. i looked again and he was gone. it was the scariest feeling. >> reporter: the 7-year-old and his scooter was heading to downtown oakland. she called the police department and the search was on. here outside the theater where riders noticed him. down grand, a mile from home, a.c. transit driver saw danny. >> i pulled over the bus. and said, where is your parents. >> reporter: for danny who is
autistic this should have been a scary situation but fate was on her side. >> we ride a.c. transit because he loves it. we do it for fun. his favorite thing to. >> reporter: he got him on the bus and helped reunite mother and son keeping danny occupied stalking about skate boards -- talking about skate boards. >> he went above and beyond the responsibilities of his job. >> thank you. >> reporter: andria borba, kpix 5. >> the bus driver couldn't have done his duty if it weren't for the patients of the other passengers. vitamin could be linked to autism. a new study shows babies born to mothers with high levels of
folic asedand vitamin b12 had a higher risk. more research is needed. . according to the cdc1-68 american children are on the autism spectrum. now a new tool may help some children recognize emotions. only on 5 tonight, how it works. >> reporter: he would hear his mother ask -- >> can you look at me? can you look at me? >> reporter: he seldom made eye contact with anyone till he started wearing these special glasses. >> he made eye contact. wow! my son is looking at me. >> reporter: he is among 100 children who are taking part in the study. the research team developed
software for google glass to help children read people's emotions. they could match expressions with feelings. >> it is based on a facial tracking program that recognizes 8 different emotions. >> reporter: here is happy. surprised. angry. the founder demonstrates a camera in the glasses connects to a smart phone app. >> the camera is tracking my face and it sends the frames to the phone. >> reporter: children will see one of several emotions that match the face. the smart phone records what the child sees so families can play back the video. >> we can jump back here and say, this is the angry -- >> the glass brings home the idea that it is interesting interesting to look at other
people's faces and they can know what other people are feeling. >> reporter: the program director says children with autism could use the technology at home. >> many kids in need. too few practitions to provide the care. -- practitioners to provide the care. . >> reporter: as for eric, now that he is making more eye contact he is making friends and that calls for this emotion. >> happy face. >> reporter: sharon chin, kpix 5. >> researchers say when the glasses go on the market they are hoping to get them covered through health insurance. they are still looking for more volunteers for the study. they are based at stanford. queen elizabeth is a stickler for protocol but now she is in the middle of a stew.
while hosting a party yesterday queen elizabeth made a comment about the chinese government. her microphone was hot and she was over heard saying the chinese delegation wastrude the british ambassador to china. take a listen. . >> she called them undiplomatic. the als refused to comment on -- als refused to comment on a -- palace refused to comment on a private conversation. [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] the rainy season is winding down. a look at some numbers. all the talk of el nino, we got an average winter. 102% of average for livermore,
for shows. 101 san francisco. all that was all winter long was average. antioch, 82 for a high today. south city, 59. 25 to 30-degree temperature spread. beautiful sunset this evening from sfo. 53 in the city. livermore 60. oakland 63. tomorrow in the low 50s. concord 54 for the kids tomorrow morning. san jose 54. santa rosa 50 degrees. what changed over the past 24 hours? a ridge of high pressure is beginning to slide it the south. and an area of low pressure is approaching to the north and west. this will not yield rainfall but as the ridge hangs on, it is about this area of low pressure. rain for the pacific northwest. we will kickoff a stronger onshore flow, the cloud cover
goes inland and the cold air goes inland and inland highs will go from the 80s tomorrow to 70s on friday. some may not get out of the 60s on saturday. low clouds tonight. mild at the beach. warm inland. but then everybody cools down friday and saturday. tomorrow nice day in concord. 78 degrees. livermore 80. pacifica 61. santa rosa 72 degrees. lots of blue skies. except along the coast line. friday the cool down begins. the weekend for the bay area, that is chilly, low 70s inland. upper 50s along the coast. and we will warm up next week. less and less about the rain and more about the temperature spread that we are famous for in the summer time. [ talking at the same time ] >> thank you. warriors are heading towards the nba finals, a 4-1 series. but this was closer than that.
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after the warriors gam dennis o'donnell with the sports report at oracle arena. >> reporter: you got it. after that game 4 over time thriller draymond green said the blazers were done. would he come to regret those words tonight. steph curry received his mvp trophy. bogut left with a hamstring injury. draymond green tweaked his ankle. he did come back. warriors up 4. trying to will portland to the win. 16 points in the 4th and cut the lead to one.
trading shots. back and forth. the mvp got the final word. a long ball. the warriors win 125-121. curry and thompson combined for 62. on to the western conference finals where they face the thunder or the spurs. >> steph is steph. our fans are used to it. i am used to it. our staff is. he just makes these difficult shots and it is quite a weapon to have. >> closest five game series of all time. give them credit. offensive power house. >> they were tough to guard. anytime you win a series you are relieved and then you move on. at that point you have a new set of challenges. this was a great series.
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giants and blue jays. he walked buster posey with the bases loaded. belt scores the walk off run. giants score 5 runs more than in their last four games combines. they are winners. a's pitching, red sox hung 13 on the a's pitching staff. boston scores 40 runs in the three game sweep. max surer struck out 20 tonight. the fifth time in baseball history a pitcher accomplished it. the last was in 2001.
the warriors advance with a 4-1 series victory over portland. the sharks would move on with a victory over nashville tomorrow night. we will be right back after this. ,,,, hey pal? you ready? can you pick me up at 6:30? ah... (boy) i'm here! i'm here! (cop) too late. i was gone for five minutes! ugh! move it. you're killing me. you know what, dad? i'm good.
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