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good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live from vallejo where pearl's sister is speaking for the first time since the suspect was killed. >> reporter: michelle, her sister's name is rose and rose broke down in tears to us about all that's happened in the past couple of days. this is where pearl was last seen and where friends and family have set up a display of hope. it's the pedestrian bridge that crosses over 780. it has a lot of flowers, cards and messages of faith and love. we spoke to pearl's older sister rose this morning. she says her sister is a fighter and she is pleading with her to stay strong and send clues about where she is if at all possible. rose says she is glad fernando castro, the man police are calling pearl's kidnapper, is dead. but at the same time, it's frustrating. >> it's upsetting that fernando was killed because he is the one with our answers to our
questions. he's the one [ indiscernible ] who knows where she is at, where she could have been left at and he -- he knows every, single thing. >> reporter: this is video of the events leading up to his death yesterday. you can see him in the gold car without pearl as he is leading officers on a chase in solvang. officers said he shot at them and they shot back and ultimately, killing him. pearl's sister rose tells us that the search efforts will resume at 2:00 this afternoon right from this pedestrian bridge in vallejo. and the vallejo county sheriff's office is expected to brief the media this afternoon on any updates they may have. in vallejo, jackie ward, kpix 5. novato police are looking for a third high school student suspected in a violent attack that left one classmate dead and another seriously injured. two teens were arrested during raids yesterday for wednesday night's attract near fairway drive. investigators say the three suspects and both victims went to novato high school.
the school has been closed since yesterday. classes resume on tuesday. the family of kate steinle now filing a federal lawsuit over her death on a san francisco pier. the complaint targets the bureau of land management, i.c.e. and sheriff ross mirkarimi. the family wants them to be accountable for providing the means and opportunity for repeat drug felon to secure a gun and kill kate. the gun was allegedly taken from a blm agent's car that was not secured. attorneys for the steinles say, the family hopes that their actions today will serve to highlight the lax enforcement of gun safety regulations among the law enforcement agencies involved and bureaucratic confusion so that this won't happen to others. an alameda firefighter was hurt putting out a house fire. firefighters arrived to the home on fountain street with flames through the roof around
12:30 a.m. one woman escaped in time. crews put out the fire in 30 minutes. they say that they had trouble knocking down the flames from inside the house. >> there were access issues and heavy fire load in the house so crews had a hard time getting in. >> the firefighter is expected to be okay. the cause of the fire is now under investigation. now to campaign 2016 after stops in san jose and san francisco yesterday, hillary clinton continues her campaign swing in the bay area. today she met with members of the oakland community at an eatery. oakland mayor libby schaaf joined the democratic presidential front-runner at the home of chicken and waffles this morning. today's event focused on successful programs that increase opportunities in the city. >> um, i want to be a champion for oakland and all the oaklands of america, places that have challenges like any part of our country and any kind of human endeavour, but
places that are coming together. >> all the candidates are campaigning in california today ahead of the june 7 primary. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is in southern california as he seeks to upset clinton. yesterday, he fired up a crowd of more than 8,000 supporters in ventura county and called california the most important primary in the nominating process. the latest poll shows sanders close to clinton in california by 2 points. in fresno police beefed up security today ahead of a rally for donald trump the presumptive republican nominee this after a similar event in other cities led to violence and arrests by protestors. trump is also in san diego today. protests are expected at both events. memorial day weekend brings travel headaches that are never easy. this year long tsa lines will mean more wait times. kiet do has more on the massive crowds that are expected at airports this weekend. >> reporter: and just outside terminal b here at mineta
international airport, we have seen a steady stream of passengers show up all morning and afternoon long just to hurry up and wait inside the security lines there as you can see crawling along. if you are traveling anytime soon, this weekend or this summer, keep this in mind. number of tsa agents went down by 10% in the last three years but the number of flyers in that same period went up 15%. this weekend that number will go up which means get to the airport as soon as you can. wait times are skyrocketing at many airports because there aren't enough screeners to keep up with the number of passengers. the agency is under fire for hiring part-time workers. morale is low as employees leave for other full-time jobs with better benefits and conditions. the workers left behind are missing their breaks, working mandatory overtime, vacation days canceled and they are among the lowest paid federal employees making on average $35,000 a year. the u.s. travel association says it's becoming a national crisis. >> as our peak travel season
started, we started experiencing a total breakdown. passenger wait times were consistently 60 minutes or more. airline passengers have report wait times as high as 120 minutes with thousands of passengers missing their flights. >> reporter: aaa says 4.6 million californians will travel 50 miles or more this weekend many of them by car, that is up 2.5% over last year. and congress has appropriated $34 million to hire another 800 tsa workers across the country to get us through the summer travel crunch. after that, they will try to find a long-term solution. kiet do, kpix 5. bart riders will have to rely on a bus bridge between the san leandro and bay fair stations from midnight tonight to 4 a.m. tuesday. that's so that crews can finish work on the tracks. the work will mainly be on the elevated structures and once finished, the project should make the ride safer and more quiet. the visitors center at
vista point at the golden gate bridge will also be closed for the holiday weekend. that will be in effect from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. through monday. this is all in order to try to minimize memorial day traffic congestion in the area. right now, the fbi is looking for a man who allegedly robbed a bank in daly city may 18 at the first national bank of northern california. investigators say that this man displayed a note to the teller demanding money before running away. here's another photo taken from surveillance video. if you have any information about this man or the robbery, call police or the fbi. today community members in san francisco will march to the bayview police station for a vigil on jessica williams. she was shot on killed by a san francisco police sergeant in the neighborhood last thursday. those at the vigil call on acting chief toney chaplin to put that sergeant on leave as the shooting is investigated. a famous san francisco house is up for sale. how much the "full house" home
is selling for. >> plus, there is no cure for a new superbug! the warning health officials are issuing today. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good afternoon, everybody! boy, we saw burnoff a lot earlier today than in recent mornings and now, this is the scene towards the tri-valley and mount diablo. we have the complete bay area holiday forecast coming up after this brief time-out. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
president's historic visit. >> reporter: president obama joined japanese prime minister shinzo abe in laying a wreath at peace memorial park in hiroshima friday, he is the first sitting u.s. president to visit the city destroyed by an american atom bomb. >> 71 years ago, on a bright cloudless morning, death fell from the sky and the world was changed. >> reporter: the president paid tribute to the 140,000 people killed and he said he hoped hiroshima would be seen as the dawn of a moral awakening. >> among those nations like my own that hold nuclear stockpiles, we must have the courage to escape the logic of fear and pursue a world without them. >> reporter: 7 decades later americans are sharply divided over the use of atomic bombs here in hiroshima and nagasaki during world war ii. a cbs news poll shows 43%
approve of the use while 44% do not. the president did not apologize. >> we must change our mindset about war itself to prevent conflict through diplomacy and strive to end conditions conflicts after they have begun. >> reporter: they looked at the flame and visited with bombing survivors. weijia jang kpix 5, hiroshima, japan. new at noon, the cdc says a woman has contracted a dreaded superbug which can't be killed by any existing antibiotics. this is the first known case in the u.s. the infection known as cre is incredibly difficult to treat and can quickly become deadly. the director of the cdc calls it a nightmare bacteria and is urging scientists to develop new drugs quickly. it's the end of the road
for antibiotics unless we act urgently. >> one report suggests that as many as half the patients with this kind of infection will die. get ready music fans. bottlerock music festival kicks off in wine country today. stevie wonder will take the stage at tonight's headliner. tomorrow's big act is florence and the machine, and the red hot chili peppers will close out the festival on sunday. three-day and single-day tickets are already sold out on bottlerock's website. let's take a live look outside right now. it is a big birthday for someone. the golden gate bridge! something, rather. turns 79 today. it opened on may 27th, 1937 and held the title of longest suspension bridge in the world until 1964. more than 2 billion vehicles have crossed the bridge. when you know something so long, it's become someone. >> we know her. >> yes. >> you know what's still amazing that it only took four
years to build that bridge. just a little over four years and what did it take over 10 years to build that one span of the bay bridge? >> kept a lot of people employed for 10 years. >> hi, everybody. the coast is clear. it's a beach day. we currently are experiencing low tide in ocean beach beginning at 10 a.m. you can run or walk your dog. gorgeous conditions. temperatures at the coast, we're pretty much in the high 50s. it's 63 in san francisco. 75 now in santa rosa after bottoming out this morning at 46 degrees. redwood city at 74. our satellite and radar does suggest that we do have the clouds retreating from the coast now. you can see that marine layer just beginning to push offshore. and once that does begin, boy, we'll continue to enjoy lots of sunshine. high pressure continues to build in. the temperatures are on the rise. the humidity is lowering. teal blue skies in honor of our san jose sharks. hey, this is the ridge of high pressure, huge dome it
continues to build in from the west causing a little bit of a pressure gradient with a departure of the area of low pressure over the past 24 to 48 hours. this is our wind particle map. bottom line is we'll have a west-southwest wind 10 to 20 during the afternoon and that's okay even though it's breezy. it clears up the atmosphere and good air quality. approaching 90 in davis and stockton, approaching 90 in fresno, as well. and then from the coast at 65 degrees in monterey to the mountains, 63 degrees in the high sierra. pretty much parley cloudy to partly sunny over the holiday weekend. and boy, keep in mind some very frigid nights dipping down to the freezing point. one of my pick cities over the next couple of days, capitola 74 degrees. we'll see the return of the marine layer on sunday night. 70s to 90 today. there's your sunset at 8:23.
tonight into the 40s and 50s. >> you see michelle in the middle? that was her last year doing the high step and salsa, carnaval in the mission district. i mentioned that this morning. i kind of pointed it out said that was you. i had people ask me -- >> is that really her? >> i didn't know michelle was in the parade! >> outfit and salsa dancing! i want to be the girl with the tan legs. >> all right. a san francisco victorian made popular by the '80s sitcom "full house" is for sale on broderick street. it was shown in the opening sequence. the owners remodeled the inside leaving the charm intact on the
outside. asking $4.1 million. let's check the big board and see how the dow is doing, up 21. still ahead, our tech expert joins us along with her dog sequel to show us how to protect our pets against fleas. >> and what's cool about your school or summer camp? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and feature your school or camp on the show. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,
lovers... every friday., we'll take your questions at your favorite animal. this we ting your all you pet lovers every friday we take your questions about your favorite animal and this week's topic, protecting your pet from fleas. a very important topic. dr. jill chase joins us now along with one of your patients, sequel. >> reporter: right now fleas are a big problem. i can't tell you how many phone calls i have gotten about it. it's absolutely fleas. we have had very dry environment the last 3 1/2 years. >> so the weather plays a part in that? >> it does. usually we get this very cold snap and they go. they tend to go dormant. they just have not. so they have been basically multiplying exponentially. the biggest piece of information is they live in the environment. that's where they spend most of their time. they spend very little time on the pet. so using the topical products while it's helpful to kill them off, if you want to do a good job you need to treat the environment. i wanted to show on sequel, she is a good example, they have a
little bit of a problem at their house, not bad. she has been chewing a little. there's less fur, probably hard to see, but that's just because she can only reach from here back. she can't reach this area up here to chew on herself. >> is it painful? >> so it's like getting bit by mosquitos, so it's really itchy and so people will sometimes say, well i'm using a topical product or i'm giving them something oral but they are still itch u. they are still getting bit. so doing the environment, if you want to save a trip to the veterinarian, that's the way to go. >> so the best way to protect your pet? >> treat the environment and if you can't, definitely use the topical or the oral or you have a dog with an allergy to fleas you will have to use both and still do the environment. >> where did the owner get the name sequel. >> the owners actually have been amazing with their -- i have taken care of several generations of their dachshunds. one of the owners worked with word so their first dog was sin
tax, the other is an accountant, the next dog was audit and the sequel was the next generation and then they have the puppies i took on tv apex and zina. they do a good job. >> sounds like spelling bee words. [ laughter ] >> thanks, dr. jill. and thank you so much, sequel. >> you're welcome. >> we want to invite all your pet lovers out there. send us your questions out there about their health and well-being. just email email@example.com, and we'll have our pet expert give you an answer every friday right here at noon. they are perfect to add to your memorial day cookout. today our fresh grocer tony tantillo looks at cantaloupe. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be is with cantaloupes. now, they are not domestically grown. they are imported coming in from northern mexico but the season is moving up towards the u.s. and the flavor profile is incredible. and so is the color of these beautiful cantaloupes. did you know cantaloupes could quite possibly be the most nutritional of all melons? they are a superfood. they are great for us. selection and storage. when you buy it, make sure that netting is nice and tight all
the way around. it has to be heavy for its size. it has a small cavity and you have a beautiful amount of cantaloupes in there. you want to check the tip and make sure here is now whole. they are very soft. thumb through it almost. that you don't want. again, make sure it's heavy. when you bring them home, store them in the refrigerator. do not store them on the counter but enjoy them at room temperature and look how beautiful these cantaloupes are. oh!! so good. and i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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>> ridge: here's your ticket. l.a. to shanghai. >> thomas: i leave today? >> ridge: you want to take over this company, you need some experience. >> thomas: i can get experience here. >> ridge: international experience. you want rick to take over this place? no. you need to go get the right experience, take the necessary steps. >> thomas: these steps -- these steps -- they're so far away from douglas. >> ridge: he'll still be here. you'll be involved, but you're not gonna be under the same roof. doesn't that sound better? come on. do it for this company. do it for this family. do it for douglas. but you got to leave l.a. >> sasha: you want me to take a pregnancy test? >> nicole: why not? you're pregnant, right?