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ones that are not getting a piece of the action. the silvery towers are rising fast on the downtown san jose skyline. twin towers with 643 luxury condos. but despite the american flag on the side of the building, the money behind the project is coming from chinese millionaires lured by a controversial immigrant visa program that promises them legal u.s. residency if they invest at least half a million dollars. >> i couldn't believe that somebody can actually come in and buy a green card. >> reporter: plumbers and steamfitters president al rodriguez was shocked when he discovered this chinese luxury real estate website advertising silvery towers as san jose's most prosperous downtown residential project with 200 eb5 vacancies waiting for investors and this quote your first choice to emigrate to the usa. arthur has been fighting the project over its hiring of nonunion workers who make less
money. >> they are bringing in, um,folks from other countries and not paying the workers, you know, us, who live in the community not paying us a sustaining wage to be on the project. >> reporter: the eb5 visa is almost 30 years old. it was designed to spur foreign investment in rural depressed or high unemployment regions and it does offer foreign investors u.s. residency for them and their families. the congresswoman zoe lofgren says the program has been abused. >> the way the investment for disadvantaged localities has been administered is outrageous. >> reporter: the program got headlines recently when the sister of president trump's son- in-law and adviser jared kushner used eb-5 to attract chinese investors to a high- rise in new jersey with views of manhattan. >> it's been a flaw that needs to be stopped. >> reporter: lofgren says previous reform bills have gone nowhere. he is not aware of the silvery
towers's use the ew fire to lure investors but -- e b5 to lure investors but she said san jose would probably not qualify as a depressed area. >> we have been picketinger for the last few months to try to make people aware of what's going on. >> reporter: now, i did reach out to full power properties the developer listed on the building for comment on this story but was told that no one was available. the company, though, apparently does have other projects here in san jose waiting in the wings and the workers hope they will at least be able to get a piece of the action on some of those other projects. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5 kpix 5. new at 6:00 getting punished for conserving water. that's how some east bay customers feel over the news that their water rates are going up. kpix 5's phil matier on the people who did their part during the drought and now are being asked to pay up. phil? >> reporter: yeah. that's right. and this could be the first of several water districts that are going to be raising rates
as a result of the drought when everybody conserved and used less water. it's an oxymoron but that's life. here's the story. like a lot of californians, east bay water users really cut down their use during the recent drought. with water use dropping by a third, less water means less water sales and less water sales means less money coming in to run the system that's also in need of repairs. >> our distribution extension in the sierras -- >> reporter: the cost of running the system is up by over $100 million in the past 10 years. you see hired about 300 people in the last couple of years. why? >> we need to continue to maintain this system to ensure that it provides water that's safe. >> reporter: and then there's the bill for buying water from other districts in order to help out during the drought. >> that water when you're buying water in the drought is expensive. >> reporter: and so there's a rate hike of 18% over the next
two years with more hikes following. >> whether you consume 10 or 30 gallons a day like my house or 150 gallons, it still costs the same amount of money to put it through the pipe. >> reporter: she is one of the east bay m.u.d. directors ready to vote yes on the hike. >> we have 4200 miles of pipe in the ground on average 57 years old. >> reporter: but another director is a no. >> when we asked them to conserve and save they did. and now they are a paying the price >> i have heard from customers on the both sides of the hill about this increase. they don't understand it. and one side explained why we have to do it. i usually get a thank you. >> reporter: the people we talked to? how do you feel about your water rates going up? >> i don't like it! not good. but what can we do about it? >> reporter: east bay m.u.d. officials say that by conserving water, you use less. even though the rates go up, you're going to be paying less. that's not going over well with customers.
it's hard to understand. as a matter of fact, especially when you add in the fact that the state wants to us keep conserving so if we use less, we get charged more. that's the way it is here in lafayette reservoir and in northern california. phil matier, kpix 5. the district will be holding public hearings on the rate increase next month. for the first time ever san francisco police are showing us their point of view of the wild scene that forced officers to open fire inside a sandwich shop. kpix 5's susie steimle joins us now with this newly released body camera video. susie. >> reporter: well, allen that officer-involved shooting happened across market street at the subway near where i'm standing. and our legal analyst says if you look at this video, it shows police officers doing exactly the right thing. but for the first time now you can watch from the officers' perspective yourself and decide. o police officer kenneth cha took one shot and killed 26-year-old nicholas flusche on may 3rd in a subway restaurant near union square. (chief bill scott)
"01:04:03 no matter the stances the loss of life is a significant event" this all happened around 11:15 in the morning last wednesday. subway also released >> reporter: this is a look at the chaos, it's the first time the public can watch this type of shooting from the officer's perspective. san francisco police officer kenneth cha took one shot and killed 26-year-old nicholas flusche on may 3 in a subway restaurant near union square. >> no matter what the circumstances are, the loss of life is significant. >> reporter: this all happened around 11:15 a.m. in the morning last wednesday. subway surveillance footage also released today shows flusche holding a knife and stabbing a worker repeatedly behind the counter. another angle shows the scuffle and the officer taking flusche down. witnesses say he was demanding a free sandwich. the victim survived the injuries. >> want to be transparent and we want to report the fax as they are. >> reporter: -- facts as they are. >> reporter: this is the first fatal officer-involved shooting under the new police chief. police-involved shootings have created a rift with public trust in the past. a series of shootings caused
former chief greg suhr to step down. howard jordan was the oakland police chief and is now a kpix 5 law enforcement analyst. >> once the police got there, it appears that the -- the subject, in this case, was very -- was close to the victim and could have, um, hurt them even further so i felt that the officers' actions were appropriate given the circumstances. >> reporter: officer cha seen here after he shot a mentally ill man during a confrontation in january will continue to be paid by the department during this investigation which made for a divided public comment. >> i do not see that as -- as -- as in my best interests to continue to pay an officer that all -- anytime he wants a vacation, all he has to do is go out and shoot somebody. >> reporter: police say regardless, this is a tragedy. they are still working closely with nicholas flusche's family during this investigation and that investigation is ongoing. they are actually trying to
identify three people in that surveillance video which is available on the police department's website, so if you were there that day or if you recognize anyone in the video, call police. susie steimle, kpix 5, san francisco. police in oakland are looking for a man who tried to a 10-year-old boy in front of the child's home. the boy tells officers that he was standing outside his house 45th and broadway at about 9 p.m. last night when a man walked up and grabbed him. the boy was able to breakaway and then run inside. police don't have a lot to go on. their only description of the would-be kidnapper be a large built man wearing a gray hoodie and jeans. new at 6:00 a deadly crash has state lawmakers taking action against people driving high. kpix 5's john ramos with a new device the chp is using to test drivers. >> reporter: last week on i-80 near sacramento, a man changing a tire was hit and killed by a driver high on marijuana. it turns out that isn't a rare
occurrence. >> in 2015, more drivers in fatal crashes tested positive for legal and illegal drugs than those who tested positive for the legal limits of alcohol. >> reporter: this morning, legislators, police and the chp gathered outside the capital for simulations of dui traffic stops. in the first, the suspect was given the usual motor skills and breathalyzer test and was released when the number was below the legal alcohol limit. but in the second, an officer gives a new field saliva test as well and the driver is arrested for suspicion of drug impaired driving. >> the device we're demonstrating today tests for up to 6 different drugs illegal and prescription. >> reporter: one is cannabis. next your recreational -- next year recreational use will be legal and studies show spikes in impaired driving in states where that's already happened. >> there has been an increase. what that will look like in the years to come, are uncertain. >> reporter: there are no legal
standards in place for stoned driving. even the new saliva test only indicates recent use of the drug and there is no legal limit for the amount of thc that would indicate a driver was impaired. bay area senator jerry hill has introduced a bill to temporarily adopt a standard set by colorado while california studies the issue. >> the number of impaired drivers from marijuana has gone up exponentially. so it has been a problem and will be a problem for california. that's why we need to get ahead of it if we can. >> reporter: in sacramento, john ramos, kpix 5. >> drivers who exceed a legal limit are presumed to be impaired. without it, officers have to prove the driver is under the influence which is more difficult. a $15 million program to crack down on drug smuggling in california prisons is having mixed results. researchers at uc-berkeley say inmates are using tricks like concealing meth in a bar of soap or heroin on the backs of
postage stamps. the state stepped up its security in 2014 adding body scanners, drug-sniffing dogs and surveillance cameras. that led to a 25% drop in drug use in prison with the most enforcement but there's no decline in prison violence. tomorrow governor brown is expected to announce that he wants to continue that program. people hoping for a double- double were out of luck today. a bay area in-n-out burger shuts down. the scramble to figure out what made members of a softball team sick. >> from wedding bells to a brawl, men in suits get violent at a bay area reception. who is getting blamed for ruining the big day. >> and feeling calm in the classroom. bay area schools embracing meditation. how they say it's helping students' grades. >> our local weather was not calm today. that breeze from the ocean really picked up. it is going to stay with us tomorrow and now a chance of rain in the forecast. it's a clear evening over beautiful san francisco bay. if you find out when we get cloudy and perhaps wet coming up.
after a group of customers reported getting sick. new at 6:00 a bay area in-n- out has closed it doors for a thorough cleaning after a group of customers reported getting sick at the in-n-out on livermore avenue. kpix 5's keit do on how the chain is getting some praise for taking quick action. >> reporter: since lunchtime in
livermore, the city's only in-n- out burger is empty. >> it's surreal. >> reporter: last night the company shut down and completely disinfected the location on livermore avenue after nine members of a college softball team got some flu-like symptoms. they ate there saturday. the company then went a step further and called in the alameda county environmental health department. >> this is i think a very responsible action for them to proactively choose to close the restaurant down while they go through and find out what the cause is. >> reporter: in-n-out screened their employees but found nothing and the restaurant is closed indefinitely. maybe you can eat a salad? >> yeah. salad, yeah. salad. i love salad. >> reporter: are you trying to get something to eat? >> yeah. get a hamburger. >> reporter: the company said: >> reporter: in livermore, kiet
do, kpix 5. >> the environmental health department suspects it might be norovirus but that has not yet been confirmed. palo alto's real estate may be hot but there's one property having trouble selling. the city is abandoning plans to buy the historic downtown post office. four years ago, the city council voted to make a bid for the building on hamilton avenue. but it is now deciding the $16 million purchase price and the millions in retrofit costs were too expensive. the plan was to use it to house the city's development services center so the city could still have to stay in the building's next occupant. the north bay school is taking a new approach to improving student behavior. >> i like that. >> emily turner shows us that they are not telling the kids to calm down. instead they are showing them how. >> reporter: they come in from class but rather than grabbing a book they sit, put their heads down and close their eyes
and meditate twice a day at lawrence cook middle school [ indiscernible ] it was like a waste of time. >> reporter: his opinion changed as did the disciplinary numbers of the school. >> the thoughts that come into your head, just [ indiscernible ] think of them as clouds and they will float away. >> reporter: disciplinary referrals have gone down 35%. grades went up and classrooms calmed down. >> we have a lot of students with heavy needs, not as much support at home. some are suffering from trauma. and this population especially has a hard time focusing. >> reporter: the program was implemented this academic year for 12 minutes at the start of first and sixth periods, students are asked to calm down and let go of stress. even students notice the difference. >> during lunch and all that all the drama, it goes away and
then, like, you could get back to yourself and you focus on yourself and then you don't have to worry about other stuff that happens. >> reporter: they are training their brains to slow down and focus and while it makes the campus more calm and composed, it also trains students for life ahead. >> students tools to help them appreciate fully their lives while they're here and also having to -- oh, my gosh, i'm stressed. i can take five minutes and breathe, i'll get myself centered before i study. >> reporter: because of the success at cook middle school, they will now be trying this at elsie allen high school, which is the high school the 8th graders will be going to next year. in santa rosa, emily turner, kpix 5. new video of another shark state toking in southern california. this one -- a shark citing in southern california in long beach. there's been a large number of great whites in the area
recently. a group of beach-goers writing a warning in the sand. they outlined the word shark in big letters. >> it's great until high tide. [ laughter ] >> lasted a couple of hours. around here, we have an impact from the ocean felt everywhere in the bay area. it is that chilly breeze. 90 yesterday in concord, today only 67. santa rosa 83 yesterday. 57 for a high today. that's a change. san jose the warm spot at 73. a little cooler in santa rosa. your normal is 73. were you close to that over the weekend. you hit 80 on monday. you hit 38 on tuesday. just like that game cliffhanger on the price is right? we fall off the cliff if you're wrong by $25 or more? look at that cliff right there. from83 to 57 in one day. there's a simple reason for it. it's just that the wind direction changed. we had an offshore wind yesterday. ocean was chilly yesterday but it didn't matter as much because the wind was coming
from different directions keeping that chilly air out over the water literally. today, the breeze is coming from the ocean and it's strong and it works its way through marin, sonoma and napa and that's why it was super chilly outside. frankly the pattern won't change for the next week so we'll stay below average. cloudy tonight for everyone even inland. and some drizzle is possible along the coast even a few showers toward ukiah and willits overnight tonight. vallejo 52 for a low. oakland 53. and mountain view 51 degrees. sun-up at 3 minutes after 6:00. tomorrow chilly. get used to that for a while. we had the warm for about a week, week and a half. now we'll have the chill for a week or week and a half. these are your highs. not your temperatures at 10 a.m. this is 4, 5 p.m. we'll be chilly. it's not chilly like other parts of the country. for us it will be cool:
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to the 9th inning...that's 133 mes, if you' you got to go back two years to the day since the giants last won a game in which they were losing going to the 9th inning. that's 133 consecutive games if you're scoring at home. this giants fan asking siri what she thinks of her hat. [ laughter ] >> oh. looks good on you, though. >> yeah. top of the 2nd, buster posey continues to heat up with the
long ball. he hit three in the series, one more than he had all season going into new york. look at three straight games for the first time since 2013. giants down 3-29th inning hunter pence with the tying run on second base hit left field panik ties the game. i take it all back. that hat good look! two batters later it's the rookie christian arroyo, shot to the gap goes always way to the wall. three runs score. giants 6-3 lead. arroyo jacked out of his mind but they weren't out of the woods yet. derek wall filling in at closer with mark injured. gave up a two-run double but the tying run stranded at second pace, posey throws him out. the giants beat the mets 6-5. they snap that five-game losing streak and they finally, finally win a game after trailing going into the 9th inning. the warriors are leaving the coliseum. we know that. we not raiders are going to
vegas. now you can add the a's to that list. they have reportedly narrowed their new stadium site to lainie college in the howard terminal. all it took was an elk costume for this guy to make a couple of new friends. he walked the first three batters he faced before finding his command. struck out calhoun to strand a pair in the fifth. l.a. was 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position. bottom five, oakland down 1-0. a to two-run blast to right. a's beat the halos 3-1. they win the series 4-6 on the home stand. >> things were not going well you know. we win two games in a road trip come home and get beat and look lifeless the first game then there's a walkoff and another one and the road trip is in the past. i'm glad you brought it up again. that's in the rear view mirror. this is very important for us
for our psyche. high school city championship at&t park. lowell washington, levi humphrey a base hit to write 1- 0 cardinals. run support from joseph soloman pitching a shutout striking out nate wong to end the game. lowell beats washington 2-0 to win their fifth straight city title. as for solomon, that was his 20th win for lowell. he is heading to uop on a baseball scholarship. >> good for him. >> thank you. coming up in our next half- hour, james comey breaking his silence! the fbi director's first comments since his firing. how the president is defending the city and vladimir putin's reaction. >> a night of romance ruined when a huge brawl breaks out at a bay area wedding. who the bride is blaming for the violence. >> and a family watches their car burst into flames! the string of suspicious fires that has bay area neighborhoods on alert. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
from james comey! details on a letter he just released. >> hundreds of people now protesting outside of senator dianne feinstein's office in san francisco. some of those signs compare the situation to the nixon administration. others are asking for a full investigation into comey's dismissal. >> the former director wrote to employees, i have long believed that a president can fire an fbi director for any reason or for no reason at all. i'm not going to spend time on the decision or the way it was executed. i hope you won't either. it is done. and i will be fine. >> in times of turbulence the american people should see the fbi as a rock of competence, honesty and independence, what makes leaving the fbi hard is the nature and quality of its people who together make it that rock for america. it is very hard to leave a
group of people who are committed to only doing the right thing. my hope is that you continue to live my values and the mission of protecting the american people and upholding the constitution." >> comey also said working with the fbi has been one of the greatest joys of his life. cbs reporter seth lemon is live for us on capitol hill. seth, we have now read the letter but it definitely won't be the last time we'll be hearing from him. >> that's right, veronica. the senate intelligence committee has invited him to testify before them. there's been reaction and backlash from senators on capitol hill. [ screaming ] >> reporter: demonstrators protest the outside the white house following president trump's firing of fbi director james comey. >> he wasn't doing a good job,
period. >> reporter: the white house's deputy attorney general recommended the firing because of how he handled the investigation into hillary clinton's private email server. they say it was a long time coming. >> he lost confidence in director comey acted had been considering letting him go since the day he was elected. >> reporter: but democrats claim he had ulterior motives for firing comey. >> he was probably fired because he was getting closer to tree truth about the alleged connection between the trump campaign and russia. >> reporter: sources said is comey had asked for more energy, resources and attention for the russia investigation. it's a claim the department of justice denies. democrats now say the fbi investigation needs to be taken out of the department of justice. >> we need a special prosecutor to pick up the criminal investigation and to pursue to the very end the investigation in the senate intelligence committee. >> reporter: the north carolina
senator senator says he will continue to lead the senate investigation but says director comey's firing makes it harder. >> i think that the timing and the reasoning incites people to believe that there's something that's being covered up. >> reporter: comey has been invited to appear before the senate intelligence committee next week. it's unclear if he will accept the invitation but if he does, that testimony will likely happen behind closed doors. >> seth, things are unfolding rammedly. what's the timeline on the senate investigation into alleged russian interference? >> reporter: it's hard to say how long this will take to wrap up. but the senate intel committee has indicated they are moving forward with their russian investigation issuing their first subpoena for documents connected to that alleged collusion from former national security adviser michael flynn. >> thank you, seth.
cbs news got an interview with russian president vladimir putin just before he participated in an exhibition hockey game. he says comey's firing will have no impact on u.s.-russia relations. >> we have nothing to do with that. president trump is acting in accordance with his competence and in accordance with his law and constitution. >> meantime, president trump met with russian foreign minister sergey lavrov for a private 25-minute meeting at the white house today. the focus was how to end the civil war in syria. the white house says this meeting was scheduled before the president decided to fire comey. and we spoke with kpix 5 security analyst jeff harp about the firing. he is the number 2 in the san francisco fbi office. he says the situation could have been handled differently. >> i think there may be some issues that between him and the administration -- the president or the administration, and obviously those issues weren't able to be worked out.
i think the tactful manner or intactful manner that it was handled property upsets a few people in the bureau. >> harp says agents think the next director will probably be sub outside of the fbi. new video of men in suits throwing punches. it's what one bay area couple had to deal with on their wedding day. the brawl broke out in a parking lot of the royal palace banquet hall on stevenson boulevard in fremont. devin fehely with more on what happened. >> reporter: the bride is placing the blame on the shoulders of outside agitators who she says crashed the wedding party ruined her special day and left two guests in the hospital. a wedding crasher is to blame for this side in fremont saturday. that is what police are currently investigating. the scene was captured on cell phone video saturday night when it turned into a street fight. as many as 50 people were
involved in the fight which apparently began as an argument inside the hall and spilled out into the parking lot. it shows at least one man being savagely beaten while lying on the ground. three other men can be seen around a tight circle kicking and punching him in the head. police arrived to break it up and two men were hurt. they are hospitalized with head injuries, one in a coma. police arrested 25-year-old [indiscernible name] and have charged him with felony battery for his role in a street brawl that left two men fighting for their lives. just a few moments ago, we did manage to speak with the owner and the manager of the banquet hall. they admit that there were some issues with security that night. they say that some of the security guards canceled on them at the last minute. but they say that even if they had their full six or seven- member team, there's no way that they could have intervened in a fight between 75 and 80 people. in fremont, devin fehely, kpix 5. investigators are looking
into a string of suspicious car fires in contra costa county. there have been at least three in the past couple of days. in martinez, lafayette and walnut creek. a family was inside their walnut creek home this morning when their sedan burst into flames in the driveway! around the same time, a white suv was set ablaze in lafayette. the night before a car burned in martinez. no injuries. a walnut creek neighbor is planning to add extra security to his home. >> we put a security system in and we have a large guard dog so now we'll have one outside also. >> police are asking neighbors to do have outdoor security cameras to check and see if they caught any footage of those fires being set. the united passenger said she had no choice but to go to the bathroom in a cup. how she is describing her humiliating experience on a flight. >> and an off roading adventure
in hawaii turns into a river rescue. a bay area group's emergency in rushing water. ,, who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california
long-running battle over wages. nearly 100 raiderettes will split a 1 point 25 million dollar payout. two raiderettes filed a class action lawsuit, claiming the raiderettes are cheering a settlement in the battle over wages. nearly 100 women will split a $1.25 million payout. two raiderettes filed a class action lawsuit claiming that the team failed to pay minimum wage and overtime. they also say the raiders didn't reimburse them for thousands of dollars in expenses from 2010 to 2014. some women who danced for multiple seasons will receive more than $20,000. an amusement park is settling with bay area families who claim they were banned from riding go-karts because of their religious head covers. several muslim women and sihk man claim they were denied access to the go-karts because
they refused to remove their head scarves. employees cited safety concerns. as part of the settlement, the company will change its no headwear policy. it will also pay $32,000 in total compensation to the families. >> fighting lice. the way to kill the bugs and get kids back to class. coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
you need to rid your kids of an icky p lice. it may sound like a whole lot of hot air, but it turns out a whole lot of hot air may be all you need to rid your kids of a problem, lice. juliette goodrich found a clinic in pleasanton where parents say the nontoxic treatment works. >> there's a mouse in high house and you'll never guess where. >> reporter: and heads up! anyone can get lice. the trick is how to get rid of it. that's where cindy comes n they run an urgent care lice clinic in pleasanton. >> everyone that works here has been in the situation where they have had lice. >> reporter: this particular
day a mother and son needed some urgent care to get lice removed. and fast. >> i guess it's required that everybody in our home gets checked. so i got checked and looks like i have a little bit of something as well. >> reporter: cindy a former schoolteacher who has seen lice spread through classrooms and her husband, who is also a firefighter, run the fda- approved treatment clinic. >> basically, one treatment, one sitting, the lice are completely gone and there's no chance of them to be able to survive the treatment. >> reporter: the machine they are use something called air alay. it uses heated air and dehydrates all the lice eggs, mist and kills the lice. pesticide free, toxin free. he says lice now are resistant to over-the-counter products. >> we provide heated air at the correct temperature of 138 degrees and what it does is it dehydrates all the nits lice eggs so they can't hatch and it kills the lice itself. >> reporter: within an hour,
kids, teens, adults and, yes, even grandparents, are lice- free. >> as soon as he's done he can go back to school. >> reporter: in pleasanton, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >> and just in case you're wondering, a treatment costs about $185. united airlines doing damage control after another passenger tells her horror story. a woman claims that she was forced to urinate in a cup! nicole hamper says she had to use the bathroom midway through her flight last month from houston to kansas city. she says flight attendants refused to let her get up since the captain had the seatbelt sign on. harper explained she has an overactive bladder and says the flight attendants handed her a plastic cup. >> it's a humiliating situation with people all around that, you know -- strangers. they just didn't understand that, you know, i really did not have any control over this situation. >> united says the incident happened during the plane's descent and implies the flight
was run by its partner mesa airlines. but says it's reaching out to harper to better understand what happened. well, it was supposed to be a trip to paradise but instead, a group of people from san jose found themselves all washed up. the group was on a guided atv tour at kualoa ranch in hawaii when it started pouring rain. a stream quickly rose leaving them trapped in the rushing water! they were stuck for half-hour before construction workers rescued them. so mother's day is four days away. we wanted to take a moment here to share some photos of our mothers. this is me and my mother rose who died a year ago. she will be missed but i'll spend the day celebrating her and celebrating my 4-year-old since i'm a mother, as well. >> how about dorothy? know, we're so blessed not only are we going to celebrate mother's day with her this weekend, the next weekend we get to celebrate her 96th
birthday. she will be alive and probably kicking up her heels and we're very blessed, very blessed. so be sure to check out our facebook page this weekend for pictures of the whole kpix 5 anchor team and their moms. >> and happy mother's day to you, as well. >> every day should be mother's day since there's never a day off. temperatures, where did the heat go? got shoved 100 miles east by the onshore flow which will drag in cloud cover this evening. the exception would be san jose. it's a southwest wind so the santa cruz mountains, which block a lot of the rainfall for you. blocking some of that cooler air for you. so you're the exception to the rule. 70 in san jose right now but only 58 in santa rosa. tonight 40s and 50s, cloud
cover in fremont, 50 the low. tri-valley, cool, as well. seasonably cool. lots going on, even though the majority of us won't get a drop of rainfall, there are some changes going. the first change is obviously the wind. the wind speed increased. the wind direction changed. that's everything for us this time of the year because to the east of us, the desert. to the west of us is a super cool body of water that's why temperatures can change rapidly around here. now we are getting the flow from the ocean. the buoy just west of bodega bay is reporting the ocean temperature of 48.9 degrees. that's some chilly water with some chilly air above it. that's where our source of our air is coming. there is a cold front that's going to roll through tonight and tomorrow which may fire off a few showers in mendocino county and lake county but even as close as santa rosa. you could see some rain tomorrow morning. we'll stay cloudy for much of the day tomorrow which will lead to an even chillier day tomorrow compared to today. today was chilly. by thursday evening, the clouds from that front begin to clear and friday should be sunnier than thursday but temperatures aren't going to move because
that ocean breeze will be persistent. as a matter of fact, next tuesday, look at the low. it's still to our north and west. but now some energy wrapping around that low may fire off a few showers as far south as san jose and monterey. the bay area may get a few light rain showers coming up early next week. but the cool breeze from the ocean isn't going anywhere soon. tomorrow cloudy with sprinkles in the north bay. sunnier and chilly, cooler than average friday and saturday. next week chance of showers tuesday but a high likelihood we'll be below average for temperatures for the next 10 days.
we are going to be cooler than average for the next seven days. back to you. coming up, a hot pot of chili and compassion. how tonight's jefferson award winner found a way to feed the hungry and bond with his son. >> and coming up tonight at 10:00 on nightbeat we're talking about former fbi director james comey. now that he has been fired where should the russia investigation go? have your comments tonight on nightbeat.. that's on 44 cable 12.. at 10 tonight. once a week... the homeless in ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
fremont line up for a free, hot meal courtesy of this week's jefferson award winner. when he retired 14 years ago, stan peters wanted to show that everyone can do something to help people. and he wanted to make sure his people line up for a free meal in fremont. stan peters wanted to show that everyone can do something to help people. and he wanted to make sure his autistic son felt that, too. every wednesday stan peters cooks up a mean pot of chili. >> it may be seasoned okay.
>> it is. >> five gallons of chili and five gallons of pozole and then john fixes maybe 70 or 80 hot dogs. >> reporter: john is stan's son, who has autism. you like doing this? >> yeah, that's pretty good, allen. >> i wanted something that my son and i could do together and he needs to have a feeling of being socially useful and this is a really good thing to do for that. >> reporter: after 10 years of cooking at a homeless shelter, stan wanted to go it alone. >> now we're kind of sneaking out and helping homeless people. smoked paprika. >> reporter: for four years now, stan has been buying all his own ingredients for his only made soup and chili. and he spends 7 hours perfecting each batch. >> this is the pozole. >> yes. >> reporter: he and john then load it up along with bottled water and donated pastries and head to fremont's bill ball plaza. about 30 to 40 people regularly
show up. >> chili, hot, nice good tasting chili. thank you. >> i like his chili. i love his chili. >> reporter: and on this particular night, a bonus. someone donated barbecued ribs. mike burns has been helping stan and john for the last three years. >> they are taking care of people that need to be taken care of. >> reporter: as long as people show up, stan says he will keep bringing food and a message. >> my big hope is that people will see what we're doing and see, wow, anybody can go out and help people. good to see you, my friend. >> reporter: so for feeding the homeless a healthy hot meal each week, this week's jefferson award winner in the bay area goes to stan peters. he hopes others will help john and continue the wednesday night meal when he is no longer able to do it. you can nomination someone like stan for a jefferson award online at cbssf.com/hero. well done. >> great story. >> good night. ♪[ music ] ,,
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