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the, um, demonstrators. union workers outside the hotel, he is everywhere right now. >> he is kind of known from these spontaneous stops in new york. he is a very vocal support of labor unions. this has been the theme of his campaign in california, as well. he sort of made these unscheduled stops. he made another unscheduled stop in san francisco just about a weak ago. so you can never tell where he is going to be. >> you can see the protestors walking up the street to the le meridien. we'll stay with the story. if the situation changes we'll check back in with andria borba, who is live there. meanwhile, over in the east bay, bernie sanders are setting up at the vallejo waterfront. this is a live look at the next campaign event for sanders, off a win in oregon. the rally starts at 7:00. kpix 5's len ramirez reports from san jose where an estimated 10,000 people showed
up for a rally this afternoon. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: this is how it looked on the inside of this screaming and sweltering bernie sanders crowd mothers and children, young and old, and people of many colors, religions and orientations. they stood in the sun for hours. >> "feel the bern" today? >> oh, yeah. right here. [ laughter ] >> reporter: played hooky from work and school. >> extracurricular political science field trip. >> reporter: all to be part of something new in politics an outsider taking western states by storm. >> yeah, bernie sanders, man. >> we won a few months ago a great victory in the state of washington. we won oregon last night. and i have a strong feeling that with your support, we're going to take the entire west coast! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: sanders spoke for an hour hitting or familiar themes, taxing wall street, fixing income inequality, making healthcare and education
free and being welcoming to muslims and latinos. one face in the crowd belonged to enrique a san jose state student who has illegal immigrant friends and family who got a selfie with sanders. >> somebody can stand up for us and have our words spoken. so for him to be doing this is amazing. >> reporter: he already voted for sanders but in a race where hillary clinton has already locked up a nearly insurmountable lead in delegates and superdelegates, bernie sanders is a long shot and that's okay with nate. >> him forcing the democratic party in a progressive direction and represents the future. >> reporter: win or lose, he says sanders is already changing the country. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> donald trump striking a nerve in the bay area after calling oakland one of the most dangerous places in the world. in a "new york times" magazine article, trump said he has never been to iraq. when asked about the most dangerous place in the world he has been to replied, quote,
there are places in america that are among the most dangerous in the world, you go to places like oakland or ferguson. the crime numbers are worse. seriously. meanwhile, oakland mayor libby schaaf was quick to tweet this. quote, let me be clear, the most dangerous place in america is donald trump's mouth. trump also focusing on foreign policy today. he met with former secretary of state henry kissinger in new york. and in an interview with reutersers said he would be open to meeting with north korean leader kim jong-un. the presumptive nominee also released a list of 11 potential supreme court justices he plans to vet if elected. trump's potential pick would replace antonin scalia. none of them from california. a gruesome discovery for neighbors in san jose. a man found dead in a pond. the man's body and white van found in the pond near berryessa and morrill avenue. devin fehely reports from san
jose. >> reporter: this is where the minivan crashed into the gate and fence here. it's since been repaired. one of the lingering mysteries is when did the crash happen. by the time it was reported and officers arrived, it was already too late. >> the van drove through a fence into the pond. >> partially submerged to the bottom of the window and i can tell if anybody is in the car yet. we're working on that. >> reporter: it went through the gates and went into the water. when officers arrived, this is what they found. >> there's a body floating in the west side of the area. >> the female sergeant who jumped in and retrieved the body, but the paramedics on scene declared the person dead. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know why the driver ended up in the pond in the first place or how he died. >> there's obviously a lot of different factors that could have caused the person's death. we don't know if it was suicide
or a traffic collision, if it was a medical type of condition. >> reporter: investigators say they hope that an autopsy will provide them with some of those answers. in the meantime, they say it doesn't appear that the driver was the victim of a crime. >> there's nothing right now suspicious indicating that a crime was committed. in other words, from what officers could see on scene. >> reporter: now, a short time ago i got a call from a spokesman for the san jose police department who says for now, this crash will be investigated as the city's 17th deadly car crash this year. they say that could, of course, change depending on what they find during the autopsy. devin fehely, kpix 5, san jose. it was a difficult day for students and teachers at an east bay high school. they are shocked by the death of a classmate who died after football practice last night. giovanni polito who went by gio collapsed at encinal high school in alameda. he was taken to highland
hospital where he died. no word yet on what caused his death. as students were back in class today, school officials tell us student athletes have to have medical checkups and sign waivers before they can practice. school officials are looking into what kind of policies teams have in place for when practice is scheduled on hot days. they are encouraging students to talk about what happened. >> the kids and staff are reeling. when a student dies, it's a huge blow to the school community. we are providing psychologists today and throughout the week into next week if need be for the students and staff. >> many of the students are using the hashtag, rip gio and sending condolences via social media. we learned this afternoon two of four oakland police officers on administrative leave for alleged involvement in a sex scandal have quit. as we have been reporting the d.a. is conducting an investigation into whether several officers
had sex with this woman, a 19- year-old who calls herself celeste guap. this started with officer brendan o'brien who killed himself last year. he left a note admitting he had sent her inappropriate texts and alleged other officers did more. in pittsburg, officers were only aiming their weapons at one suspect but ended up shooting three people. it happened last night. police say they received a frantic call from a mother saying her son was waving a gun around. when the officers arrived at the house, they found 20-year- old rigoberto gutierrez armed with his father and brother behind him. >> he was acting irrational according to the mother and pointing the firearm at the father and family members. >> officers fired five rounds hitting him in the leg. bullets also his father in the torso and 17-year-old brother in the leg. all three men are expected to survive. an update on a missing millbrae man.
his body was found in the field near healdsburg. investigators now say it was murder. 27-year-old keith green was last seen at a pancake house back in april. a few days later his phone turned up in golden gate park but no sign of him. last week officers discovered his body near highway 101 in sonoma county. detectives will not say how he died fearing it will compromise the investigation. $10,000 reward being offered for information to try to find a little girl whose mother was found murdered in san francisco. nicole fists and -- fitts and her 2-year-old daughter arianna fitts were reported missing on april 5. three days later nicole's body was found in mclaren park. san francisco police and the fbi have joined the search now for arianna, but so far there is no sign of the child. new at 5:00 a carjacking and robbery in berkeley this morning. police say a man pointed a gun at a man as he was getting out of his car stole his keys and cell phone then forced him to
go upstairs so he could use the bathroom. this all started on 7th street around 7 a.m. police say the suspect made the victim turn around while he used the bathroom and then left in the victim's car. officers found him about an hour later at this car wash on university avenue. the 25-year-old joseph skyler was booked into jail on suspicion of robbery and carjacking. his passenger, 24-year-old harold dennis, was also arrested. officers also found this two-month-old puppy in the car. the pup is now in the care of animal control officers. the grandmother is still in shock over the incidents. >> i didn't want to let him come in because i didn't know him and he was acting funny and my grandson had a funny look on his face and i just didn't say anymore. at first i was hesitating. i didn't want him in there. >> the suspects face several charges including intent to use a gun, armed robbery, kidnapping, carjacking, and
carrying a loaded gun into a public place. i'm emily turner at capitola beach. temperatures warm up and people head out into the water. guess what's there. i'll tell you what's new about the shark population coming up. >> plus, a hollywood actress taking heat for what she said about oakland on social media. >> only in the san francisco bay area can certain parts of the bay area nearly hit 100 degrees today and at the beach, you barely made it out of the 50s. coming up in weather, when we get very windy and much cooler and when rain will likely be falling in your backyard. >> and get cash from an atm with no card. the high-tech machines now in the bay area. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
it's been a problem for crabs, a problem for seals and all kinds of sea life and now warmer temperatures are what's drawing more sharks further north. they may be hanging out offshore but the sharks are the talk of the town. >> just came out to take a look. we heard they were out here. so just out here taking a look. >> reporter: it's that time of year when sharks populate the waters off santa cruz. but there's a new visitor this year shark pups that have never been seen here before. >> we're doing aerial surveys since 1990 in the bay. so we have a good sense of what's normal and what's typical and this is definitely atypical. >> reporter: sean runs the shark research foundation. he says warmer ocean waters are to blame. that temperature change has begun a northward migration bringing more sharks here rather than southern california. but not to worry, he says, there haven't been any major incidents in this part of monterey bay since 2012 when a kayaker was bitten. these sharks are hardly the size of one of those.
>> some of these sharks are yearlings barely 6 feet long. they have an entirely different menu. they are eating little leopard sharks, you know, things like that, bat rays. they are not going to bother humans. >> reporter: so that's all great news for anybody who is going into the ocean. but -- if you do happen to see a shark while you're swimming, experts say go ahead and tell your lifeguard just to make sure he knows. live in capitola, emily turner, kpix 5. developing now, facebook's mark zuckerberg tackling allegations of editorial bias. chopper 5 was over facebook's campus in menlo park this afternoon. and that's where zuckerberg met with 15 conservative leaders including tv personality radio host glenn beck. the meeting comes after reports that facebook's trending topics feature downplayed conservative topics and news from conservative outlets. the social media company is investigating but zuckerberg claims he has found no evidence the allegations are true.
new at 5:00 you may notice something new next time you go to an atm. you don't need a card to use it. as john ramos explains, cardless atms will soon be popping up all over the bay area. >> reporter: in san francisco's financial district, it's hard to find anyone who is not staring at his smartphone. apparently, bank of america noticed that trend. so at some san francisco branches, they are now offering smartphone atms the same technology that lets people buy things at stores with a touch of a mobile device now allows bank customers to withdraw cash, check balance and transfer money between accounts. >> as you see, younger generation, people rely more and more on their mobile devices and typically don't leave home without it. >> reporter: it eliminates the problem of forgetting your atms card. that's what happened to rachel quinlan today. >> i wanted coffee so i don't have my card so it would be pretty convenient if i was able to just, like, pay with my
phony where i was. >> reporter: the bank realized the new service will appeal to a definite age demographic. >> it's cool. it's just that being i guess older, i'm a little more cautious. >> at the end of the day it's just going to be part of life and nothing surprising me and i think we're heading in that direction. >> reporter: in san francisco, john ramos, kpix 5. los angeles just got an out- of-this-world delivery. this massive 66,000-pound fuel tank is meant for space travel. but for the last month, it's sailed through the gulf of mexico, panama canal, finally the pacific ocean. tanks like these propelled the space shuttle endeavour into orbit. now it will be displayed alongside endeavor at the california science center. a black bear on the lose in rancho cucamonga scaring neighbors and forcing a school lockdown. you can see the bear in the tree and that's where the
department of fish & wildlife cornered him. officers safely tranquilized him but he took a tumble before they were able to finally capture him. poor little guy. >> it's very crazy because this is the first time we have had a bear down here in probably -- well, i have been here since 19 79 and we never had one before. >> the department of fish & wildlife is transporting the bear to a safer habitat. paul, is it warmer here in the bay area or in rancho cucamonga? >> it was warmer here. >> wow. >> the only place warmer was death valley and palm springs. they hit triple digits. pretty toasty here. we hit 98 in lafayette. wide spread 90s away from the water. if you are watching us in bodega bay or point reyes, 90? it's like 62 degrees and foggy. welcome to the bay area where you can have a 40-degree temperature swing even in mid- may. right now we have a 21-degree temperature swing. san francisco you have gained a few degrees over the past couple of hours. you're at 70. concord though still 91. livermore 89. san jose and santa rosa two of the more comfortable spots in the low 80s.
let's talk about that temperature difference. lafayette 98 degrees. only 49 miles away point reyes was 36 degrees cooler. a nearly 40-degree temperature spread today. overnight in the 50s. winds are doing a flip tomorrow. say good-bye to the offshore wind and that really warm stuff. tomorrow afternoon, it will be up to 20 degrees cooler in the south bay and the wind could be up to 30 miles an hour. it will be sunny and cooler. we had 94 in campbell today. you will be about 72 or 73 and windy tomorrow afternoon. so the reason we're looking at this map is to explain why. gone is our ridge of high pressure. rather than passing by to the south it's retreating farther out into the pacific. this area of low pressure which is causing some rain in british columbia and western washington is working its way toward us. the low actually won't even get
within three or four hundred miles but it's going to crank up that onshore flow and give us cooler windier weather tomorrow although futurecast says a lot of sunshine tomorrow. just no heat because the offshore wind is gone. as soon as late friday morning we could see scattered showers and it will be cloudier on friday. that's your weekend. saturday morning, scattered showers, saturday at lunchtime widespread scattered showers. here we go again. a couple of days removed from 98 degrees, we'll be in the mid- 60s and it's going to be raining late saturday morning. it's not going to be a weekend washout but there will be showers around saturday. so clouds return to the coast and the bay tonight fog as well much cooler tomorrow and it's also going to be breezy to windy but still sunny. shower chances increase late friday into saturday. so highs not 90s. we'll see a few spots in the 80s. that will be fairfield, napa, saint helena, angwin. vallejo tomorrow 78 windy in the afternoon. fremont only 69. 66 in san francisco and san
jose not the 90s tomorrow, only 71 degrees. cooler friday couple showers. saturday the better chance of showers. what, weekend again? sunday partly sunny skies. we may see a few low 70s away from the water and once we get cool we're talking about a week of cool. so we had two days of the warm stuff. here comes six to seven days of the cool stuff. yes, ken, that's cool. [ laughter ] >> very cool. >> people in bodega bay. >> this is normal. >> yeah. >> thanks, paul. >> appreciate it. a hollywood actress blasted over a social media post. >> how blake lively compared her body to oakland. next. >> but first, stocks were mixed today. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
o'donnell is live inside oracle arena. hey, dennis. >> reporter: hello, elizabeth. hello, ken. i got good news and i got bad news. the bad news is that the warriors did lose game one to okc right on this floor on monday night. the good news, golden state is 11-0 in games following a loss this season. perhaps the bigger question is why did they lose that game one on monday night? well, russell westbrook had 19 points in the 3rd quarter on monday night. but really the warriors did hold westbrook and kevin durant somewhat in check. the dynamic duo made just 17 of 51 shots. but it was the thunder's big guys that really stepped up. the trio of adam, and two others combined for 35 points and 29 rebounds. compared to four points and six rebounds for golden state's trio of centers. >> kd didn't play well, russ didn't play to his standards but they won the game.
the other guys are playing better, you know? so that's, you know, something that we got to take care of and make sure that everybody else not getting off having really good games. >> reporter: now, to be honest, i'm not sure that the warriors andrew bogut was 100% on monday night. he has a couple of days to rest. kenny and elizabeth, the other thing too, is the warriors are the first time in nba him in an 82-game season not to lose back-to-back games. so they got the history on their side tonight. and ken, i said last night on the 11:00, you can bet your forest meadows house that the warriors will win tonight's game. >> you know, vegas is a little nervous about the warriors all of a sudden. they dropped the odds on them. so i'm not betting anything. [ laughter ] >> until game 2 is finished. dennis o'donnell, live in oracle. we'll have highlights later on. all right. actress blake lively's caption about her back side has
backfired. >> folks on social media are livid because of a reference she made involving oakland. she posted this photo with the caption, l.a. face with an oakland booty. if that line sounds familiar you have probably heard it before. >> baby [ indiscernible ] with the oakland booty. [ rap ] >> you know this song. that's from mix a lot's 1992 hit baby got back. some instagram users said it was racially insensitive accusing her of cultural appropriation. lively has yet to comment. >> it's one of those cult wedding songs now. people play. [ laughter ] >> speaking of back, we'll be back right after this. stay with us. ,, (scal): good day, m'lady! i am sir-can-a-lot, here to save you
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