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each other. >> the media reported five fires this week and we believe they are related. >> reporter: overnight in brentwood, flames ripped through this honda parked in front of a home. >> the whole front of the car was engulfed in flames. >> reporter: at the same time, 3:30 a.m., less than a mile away, a truck went up in flames in a driveway. while the family was asleep in the back of the house. >> our neighbor was leaving for work and he rang our doorbell continuously. we got everybody up, got everybody outside, got them safe. >> reporter: along with those two overnight in brentwood, there have been other arson automobile fires in walnut creek, lafayette and martinez in recent days. officials believe they are tied to some earlier ones from earlier this year. >> is there a round number? >> we believe there to be more than 10 fires but we are not releasing the exact number. >> reporter: if you have evidence or video about this arson, contact contra costa county fire investigators. in pleasant hill, joe vazquez, kpix 5. two men are in the hospital after another shooting on a bay area freeway.
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this one is different. this time, the shots rang out high up in wine country on highway 101 at healdsburg. that's where kpix 5's da lin is right now. da? >> reporter: yeah, very unusual for this area. now, southbound 101 here in healdsburg is back to business. traffic now moving on the southbound lanes. these lanes were actually shut down for 3.5 hours this afternoon so investigators could collect shell casings and other evidence. now, the chp says the shooting happened around 12:15 this afternoon. a car pulled up alongside a white sedan and shot the driver and a passenger. officers say both young men were hit. paramedics rushed the victims to the hospital. they have not released a severity of the injuries. investigators are still working to identify a motive and collect information about the suspect and the suspect's car. now, the chp says unlike contra costa county, they just don't see freeway shootings here. >> this type of thing does not happen in sonoma county.
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so it's got us all very concerned and very motivated to find a suspect and a motive quickly. >> reporter: i sped this up clip of city street traffic to show you just how backed up it was. the 101 southbound closure pushed a lot of cars on to city streets. but since the chp reopened the southbound lanes around 4:00, things have been slowly getting back to normal. now, the two victims who were shot today on this freeway, well, they lived in this area according to the chp so so far, the early information has not been just -- does not tie the shooting to the previous contra costa county shootings because those freeway shootings most of the suspects and victims live in the contra costa county area. but right now they are still looking for motive. live here in healdsburg, i'm da lin, kpix 5. a new line of defense against freeway shootings in the east bay. a special meeting today to discuss a plan for installing
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wireless cameras along highway 4 and interstate 80 in richmond and antioch. there have been dozens of shootings in those areas over the past few years. several of them deadly. the state recently pledged new funding for the cameras. the contra costa county d.a. hopes to have the new system in place by the end of the summer. a san francisco artist says what happened to him at sfo should not happen to any u.s. citizen. he tells kpix 5's susie steimle that customs agents demanded his password and went through his phone. susie. >> reporter: well, allen, aaron said never wanted to give up his cell phone but he said after several threats, he felt like he had no other option. now he wants to prove what happened to him is illegal and that it's happening at other airports across the country. >> it's an unreasonable search and seizure. there was no probable cause. there was no warrant. it wasn't supported by any oath or affirmation. >> reporter: that's what he said last time he went through
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customs at san francisco international airport. border patrol agents quarantined him for hours and demanded to search through his cell phone. >> they gave me no indication as to why i was pulled aside. they didn't answer any of my questions about what it was they were looking for. >> reporter: last week, the aclu filed a formal complaint on aaron's behalf. the organization says his story is a textbook example of a troubling trend at all airports. >> these searches are happening more and more often. in the last six months there have been 15,000 searches of devices at the border and that is continuing to increase over time. >> reporter: the feds insist they have the right to search anyone at random and have been doing so for nearly a decade. conley says that violates the fourth amendment and needs to be changed. >> when you're talking about searching a smartphone the privacy interest is so much greater than a backpack or suitcase or anything like that. that has to be taken into
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account. >> reporter: aaron's art is political in nature. he worries that played into why he was stopped. he uses that magic to promote conversation about if we are as free as we think we are. >> people struggle with the competing visions of security and safety and the degree to which we think we have rights in this country and the degree to which, um, government overreaches. >> reporter: customs and border patrol has yet to respond to the aclu's complaint. but the aclu says if policy changes aren't made, they will be heading to court. susie steimle, kpix 5. police asking for your help tracking down a driver who took off after hitting a 6-year-old child in oakley. this is a look at the suspect in the white truck that he was driving. police say the child was crossing the street in the crosswalk on tuesday afternoon. two other cars stopped but the driver of the white truck did not. police say the child was hit in the leg but is expected to
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recover. first look now at how work is progressing on a new bridge for highway 1. these photos show workers of vallejo preheating steel, making girders and cutting them to the right size. those girders will form the backbone of a new pfeiffer canyon bridge in big sur. the old bridge came crashing down during rk in march. that was after winter storms caused severe damage. the hope is the new bridge will be ready by the end of september. a live look now at a bit of fog that is starting to roll into the bay. and there is some talk our wet winter could translate into more fog and cooler temperatures. kpix 5's devin fehely took "sky drone 5" out to show us why the first few weeks of summer might not be so hot. >> reporter: if the current weather pattern holds true you can expect to see more days it summer that look like this,
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cold, overcast, ashen. in coastal areas from monterey to half moon bay to san francisco. >> the water that's coming up right now is colder than it has been for quite some time. so i would go out as much as maybe two to four weeks to say, yes, cool and foggy. >> reporter: sunny days that show off the beauty of california's coast are more the exception than the rule during the summer. tourists and locals were hoping for a warmup after a wet winter. >> we had so much rain this winter. so i think everyone is excited for some sun. >> reporter: cooler than average ocean temperatures will keep the weather mild in coastal communities fogged in at least for the first few months. summer. for now it seems the wet winter that gave way to a glorious spring will be followed by a chilly summer. >> i enjoyed the foggy -- i got used to this weather here.
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and i hope the predictions come to be true. >> reporter: in monterey, devin fehely, kpix 5. that ocean temperature right now is sitting at 48.7 degrees. as a means of comparison, two years ago it was 63 degrees. that onshore flow is going to have a stronger bite to it. how long does it stick around? the answer coming up. >> the governor holding back money from uc schools after a scathing audit exposed a secret slush fund. his lukewarm support for the uc president. >> and should you have to foot the bill for slackers? we asked city college if it's a good idea to offer free tuition, no strings attached. >> and bring in your meth to see if it's gluten-free. a bay area police department explains the unusual offer to drug users.
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hold back 50- million dollars from the u-c system.. unless it adopts major financial reforms. a recent s new at 6:00 governor brown is threatening to hold back $50 million from a uc system unless it adopts major financial reforms. a recent state audit found the university overpaid administrators and hit tens of millions of dollars in reserve accounts while students were forced to pay more. when asked if he still supported uc president janet napolitano the governor deflected a bit. >> most people think she is doing a pretty good job. i have my issues with the
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university. i think their salaries are way too high. particularly the administrators and i put the 50 million in there so we can hold their feet to the fire. >> under the revised budget the state will keep the money until the university complies with the auditor's recommendations. but is the governor complying with what voters wanted? kicks 5's political reporter -- kpix 5's melissa caen says when it comes to spending the tobacco tax, the governor has a somewhat creative interpretation of what voters approved. ♪[ music ] >> because she doesn't understand what cancer is. >> reporter: you may remember the ads to stop kids from smoking proposition 56 adding a $2 per pack tax on cigarettes. 82% of the money collected was supposed to increase funding for existing healthcare programs. basically make the pie bigger and voters went for it. but the budget the governor released today here at the capital doesn't use that new tax money to make the pie bigger. >> unfortunately, the administration is continuing the practice of diverting that
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revenue to the general fund instead of spending it for the purposes for which it was collected. >> reporter: according to the legislative analysts office the governor's proposed budget uses $1.2 billion in tobacco taxes to pay for typical year to year cost increases in the program. basically, medi-cal maintenance. >> we very much would like to see an investment in the medi- cal program. >> reporter: which is what the voters really said when they voted for prop 56. this is the director of communications for health access california, one of the groups that helped to write proposition 56. >> they wanted to increase the benefits the number of people that receive care. >> reporter: health access wants to see some of the money pay for expanded services for young adults and dental care. we asked the governor about his plans. >> there is only a certain amount of money and if you don't do what our budget does, then you have to find other cuts in the medi-cal program and the reason why i did it was
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because i thought that was the least harmful painful way to go. >> reporter: do you think -- your attempts to go to the voters later if they lose faith in the fact that the taxes are being used what they are voted for. >> they are going for medi-cal and there is flexibility in the way they wrote that and we are trying to use the money the best way we can. >> the governor isn't the only person that makes decisions in the budget. and we have been talking to many other legislative leaders throughout the capital. in sacramento, melissa caen, kpix 5. a civil grand jury is calling for the ouster of contra costa county's top law enforcement official after he admitted he broke the law. district attorney mark peterson secretly spent more than $66,000 of his campaign money on himself over a five-year period. he agreed to pay a $45,000 fine late last year saying he regretted the mistakes. the civil grand jury said today he should also lose his job
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because of, quote, willful or corrupt misconduct in office. no comment from the d.a.'s office tonight. the case is now going to be turned over to an appointed prosecutor or district attorney in another county. after months of negotiations, a deal has just been reached between oakland unified and ac transit. the agreement will save 17 bus routes to community day, montera middle school and skyline high. about 1600 students take those buses to get to school. the dispute started in january. that's when oakland unified notified ac transit that it would no longer pay $2.5 million for bus service. ac transit then threatened to cancel service to three schools. new at 6:00, city college of san francisco made college free for everyone starting next semester. all it wanted from students is they maintain a c average. now ccsf has dropped that requirement! kpix 5's reporter emily turner went to ask, is it a good idea to spend taxpayer money on college students who are
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flunking? >> reporter: exactly. the question there is, how you feel about college. do you feel like it's a right or do you feel like it's a privilege? well, the city and the college both feel like it's a right and they are not going to put limitations on that. the school has been marred by scandal over the years. city college once on shaky footing with its accreditor also faced reports of misuse of funds. so now it's looking to make headlines of a brighter sort with free college. >> to have the opportunity, this means everything and wow it's just opened up so many opportunities for me and now, like, so many more open for me. >> reporter: she plans to enroll in the free city program and while she is a good student, the board of city college has decided she doesn't have to be. the program's enrollees don't have to have minimum gpa requirements to attend or have to complete half their units. >> so in other colleges if you don't make grades you lose your scholarship.
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in the real world with a job, if you don't complete half of your credits or whatever you're supposed to, you lose your job. why is this program different without that kind of accountability? >> well, actually, it's very similar to how, um, we do our public school system. when students fail classes in the middle school or in high school, we expect them to keep coming back to graduate at a certain point. the whole purpose of education should be about supporting people to graduate. >> reporter: so the rules that were originally in place to protect taxpayers have been deemed barriers to entry. instead of repercussions, the school says, it has a support system with counseling and tutoring. although students aren't subject to city college's academic code. after the first semester they will reassess and in the meantime "hope for the best" from the students. >> there's issues they need to look at in order to make it
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more efficient and responsible but i think the initiative is there which is really important which is higher education for everyone in order to make more informed and, um, better society. >> reporter: city college is the largest school to offer free tuition but they stand to gain with this as well because more than likely, their student population will swell which will bring in more money from the state government in the form of funding. now, how many people they are expecting that has yet to be determined. enrollment does not open until the end of this month. live in san francisco, emily turner, kpix 5. looking like a windy day out there, paul. >> it's breezy and it's where the breeze is coming from which is the very chilly ocean. >> the air-conditioner. >> the world's largest air- conditioner. we have to talk about the fact that it has different levels. two years ago the water was 63 degrees and humid in san francisco. not right now. no. it's kind of cold in the city and we're looking at
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temperatures today that didn't make it out of the 60s in most locations including san francisco 63. santa rosa 62. fremont 67 for you today. concord buchanan field officially recorded a high of 69. couple of spots made it to the low 70s and they are in the south bay for a reason because that ocean breeze is muted by the santa cruz mountains. that's why on the other side the lee side of the mountains, we were in the 70s in san jose and redwood city. let's talk snow. snowpack in the sierra is still 87% above average. of note, today may 11th, the snowpack is still 17% bigger than it typically is on april 1. a lot of snow still to melt. you saw all those beautiful waterfalls in yosemite valley. they will continue for at least the next month because there is still plenty more snow to melt. there's your ocean temperature. 48.7 degrees. you may be wondering, that's the water. what about the air above it? the air is 51 degrees. there's often a reflection of the ocean temperatures only
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different by two or three degrees. so the ocean is starting at 51 degrees. it doesn't moderate when the air moves over the bay area so inland highs only in the mid- to upper 60s for the next six or seven days because that ocean breeze will continue. partly cloudy skies overnight tonight. not as widespread with the fog or low cloud cover. i know it's cloudy out now. it will thin out this evening. fremont 50. concord 49. san rafael 48. san francisco 49. clouds tomorrow morning. but afternoon sunshine. it may feel warmer tomorrow despite the fact that temperatures aren't moving much. you will get the sunshine, but only 63 in oakland. you will get the sunshine but only 65 in livermore. it will be sunny in the north bay as well with highs at 67 degrees. temperatures relative to average will be cooler than average coming up this weekend for mother's day. nice day on sunday. mom deserves every day to be mother's day but sunday for the official celebration, 50s and 60s for highs. and that's it. one chance of rain we'll likely see some widespread showers coming up on tuesday. so one more time for all the
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moms out there, partly cloudy, and cool. for all those cool moms, mid- 50s at the beach. mid- to upper 60s inland. happy mother's day in advance to all the moms out there. back to you. >> thank you. the hills of wine country are alive with the sound of music. pianos popping up in unexpected places. the plan to bring spontaneous concerts to the streets. >> a former 49er quarterback shines with another team. take a guess which one. and what did sergio do for a masters encore? see it to believe it. next. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the jazz... the western conference finals could start as early as sunday if the spurs win tonight, otherwise it'll be tuesday... until then, just a whole lotta nothing warriors are in the middle of another week off after sweeping the jazz. the western conference fines could start sunday in the spurs win tonight, otherwise it will be tuesday. until then a whole lot of nothing. >> blah, blah, blah, blah,
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blah. >> reporter: things are so slow right now draymond green made headlines complaining about headlines. he is annoyed how his recent comments about the cavs have an easy road to the finals were used to stir up controversy. >> it's pretty pathetic that that's what the headline everybody wants -- you know, draymond disappointed with who cleveland played. do i care who cleveland played? it's just ridiculous how everybody is always pushing for a controversy. so everybody, draymond said cleveland is playing great basketball. >> let's hope he keeps talk with the media. cotton has been sent down to aaa. giants back home. going to have two familiar faces back in the line-up against the reds. brandon crawford and denard span were activated from the dl. maybe this will be the spark
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san francisco needs to turn things around. >> tough go my teammates hardest thing for me not being able to play is not going through the grind with those guys. >> even before the all star break a lot of time to come back to .500 and get things rolling in a positive momentum. i think we are just looking for the swing shot hopefully from yesterday's game and just start scoring. nfl news. blaine gabbert signed a one- year deal with the cardinals. he is going to serve as the backup to carson palmer. gabbert started 13 games with the 49ers including the first five in 2015 before he was replaced by colin kaepernick, who remains a free agent tonight. opening round players championship at sawgrass with the famous island green on 17. sergio was not among those who put one into the water. instead, the masters champ became the 8th player to hit a hole in one-on-one of golf's signature holes. he finishes one over.
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mcgirt and hughes are tied for the leave at 5-under par. good night, that is a huge fish! >> catch of the day goes to bob screen left along with tom dolan, greg johnson and gary johnson. they had a pretty good hall in santa cruz including a pair of 22-pounders. they also lost four fish including what bob called the monster, more commonly known as the one that got away. you think you can do better? send us your pictures to what's interesting about that catch though in santa cruz is that the fall run and winter run of chinook salmon wasn't good so the california fish & game has limited the amount of salmon fishing you can do. on the oregon-california border no fishing for salmon at all. >> one of those years. >> it is. so congratulations to those guys. >> thank you. >> next time bigger boat. [ laughter ] coming up in our next half- hour, president trump blasts
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the fbi director he just fired. his first in depth comments about the stunning ousting of james comey and how the acting director is challenge the white house narrative. >> and bailing out mom. bay area women locked up and too poor to afford bail. the campaign to help them spend mother's day with their families. >> we were paddle boarding next to approximately 15 great white sharks. >> and the warning no one wants to hear! when you're in the water. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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with the f-b-i director before he fired him. mister trump says this evening that james comey was a.. quote.. "showboa our top story-06:30, president trump says he got fed up with the fbi director before he fired him. mr. trump says this evening that james comey was a showboat. cbs reporter seth lemon joins us live from washington, dc and seth, the president not holding back here. >> reporter: yeah. that's right. in today's senate intelligence hearing, it was scheduled in advance of that bombshell announcement that he was firing the fbi director. so instead of seeing james comey testify, we saw the acting fbi director andrew mccabe sitting in his place. there are some contradictions between what the white house says and what the fbi says.
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>> i was going to fire regardless of recommendation. >> reporter: president trump told nbc that he didn't need the recommendation of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein to fire fbi director james comey. jess i showboat. he is a grandstand -- >> he is a showboat. he is a grandstander. the fbi has been in turmoil. we all know that. >> reporter: but on capitol hill, acting fbi director andrew mccabe shot down one of the white house's excuses for axing comey. >> is it accurate that the rank- and-file no longer supported director comey? >> no, sir. that's not accurate. director comey enjoyed broad support within the fbi. he still does. >> reporter: mccabe said he was unaware and couldn't confirm reports that comey had asked for more resources to investigate trump campaign ties to russia just before he was fired. >> that said, we don't typically request resources for an individual case. and as i mentioned, i strongly
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believe that the russia investigation is adequately resourced. >> reporter: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein came to capitol hill himself to meet with the heads of the senate committee doing its own investigation into alleged russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. >> so that when we had witnesses we needed to talk to, we made sure we weren't stepping on top of anything that might be an active investigation. >> reporter: rosenstein could soon be the subject of an investigation himself. congressman jason chaifetz is calling for the department of justice inspector-general to look into the firing of director comey. stark contradictions on several different issue us that have some here on capitol hill concerned of a coverup. allen? >> so, seth, the likelihood of a special prosecutor taking over the russian investigation? how's that looking? >> reporter: well, of course, the democrats are continuing their push for that special prosecutor to be appointed. we learned at cbs news that deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is opposed to the
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idea of putting anyone in that position to move that part forward. >> he would have to ask for it. seth lemon on capitol hill, thank you. chilling video leading to a deadly school shooting in san bernardino last month. you can see the gunman anderson walking into the front office where two administrators are working behind a desk. after signing in he walked into his wife's classroom at north park elementary school and opened fire. his wife and an 8-year-old student were killed. anderson then killed himself. security is tightened since then. cal rugby team is sending a message to a paralyzed teammate, he sustained an injury during a game. >> if anybody can make it, it's going to be you. >> roberta paylor was injured saturday night as the bears played in the national championship at santa clara university. the starter was pushed to the ground early in the game during
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a rugby maul and never got up. the head coach never saw an injury this bad but knows robert will pull through. >> he is a resilient guy and doing his best. you know, i think he is trying to, um, progress enough to get out of icu and to get to on to some rehabbation which is very important. >> the coach said there is no word yet on when robert will make it out of intensive care. a prayer vigil for the sophomore student will be held tonight on the cal campus. mother's day is of course this sunday. but today is national mama's bailout day to raise bail money for mothers who would otherwise spend mother's day in jail. supporters rallied outside the alameda county courthouse in oakland today. they are calling for statewide reforms that would eliminate bail requirements for
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nonviolent offenders awaiting trial. >> it's impossible sometimes to bail somebody out. families work incredibly hard with all kinds of collateral, homes, savings, and signing a contractor with predatory bail agencies. >> justice should not be based on your income. >> the group was able to bail out one mother a couple of days ago. it says another will be released tomorrow. welcome to the neighborhood. the high-profile new tenant that could be a sign of a transformation in downtown san jose. >> a bay area police department getting attention with an unusual offer. turn in your meth to see if it's gluten-free. we'll explain it. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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amazon just ordered up some office space in the heart of downtown. and kpix 5's len ramirez shows us: it could be the first step.. in a high-tech trend. ats] new at 6:00, amazon ordered office space in the heart of downtown. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us this could be the first step in a high-tech trend. >> that's the sound of progress. >> reporter: the dump truck may
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have drowned out our microphone. >> pouring concrete into a new high-rise two blocks away. >> reporter: but matthew says it's just another sign that the city is on a roll. >> san jose is really finding its own in this new economy. >> reporter: he points to moving in down the street. the ecommerce and devices giant is leasing at least one floor of this building at second and santa clara for its lab 126 division. it's the research and development group that gives life to amazon's high-tech gadgets like kindle and fire tablets and the popular echo personal assistant about 120 employees expected to move in. >> it's good for us to bring more business. >> reporter: ike's sandwich shop on the ground floor of the same building says welcome to the neighborhood. >> bring them on. i got plenty of food. i can see them all. >> reporter: amazon moving this is followed by rumors that google is now interested in moving into downtown san jose. sources tell kpix 5 that google is planning to buy and develop property now used as parking lots across the street from the
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"s.a.p. center" and next to the diridon train station a kilocasion of the future stop for bart in high-speed rail. >> companies are locating here because they need to be right near the transportation hub. >> reporter: all part of the slow transformation of san jose from suburban sprawler to a walkable city with a connected core. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> completion of the new transbay transit center in san francisco is now behind schedule by nearly 2 months. the first phase of the multi- billion-dollar project was supposed to be done by the end of this year. but now the construction manager says it is about 7 weeks behind. today he told the transbay joint powers authority about, in his words, slippages and challenges. still buses to and from the east bay could begin rolling in at first and mission by march. a big expansion now under way at san francisco's ferry building. the city is moving forward with two new entry gates that will allow more boats to pick up
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passengers. there will also be a new plaza with areas that will protect you from rain and wind. new ferry services to richmond and treasure island were also announced which could be critical during emergencies. >> you know, when we build infrastructure and it's not just for convenience, ferry service is going to be there when the big one hits. we have to have alternate ways in and out of the city. >> the $80 million expansion project will be done by 2019. there's a large population of great white sharks as close in as the surf line. >> coming up, a frightening moment some southern california paddle borders are told to get a move on! >> got some wind around here. that's from the chilly pacific ocean. it's getting us cloudy an chill will this evening. coming up, when the sunshine returns. when rain returns. maybe most importantly for you, when warmer weather returns. because we have it all in the seven-day forecast.
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today.
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a bay area police force is offering kpix well, it is a bizarre way
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to get the community's attention but seems to be working. a bay area police force is offering to test meth for gluten. kpix 5's kiet do explains why officers are making such an unusual offer. >> reporter: at first glance, the unusual police department facebook page is standard stuff. cops getting awards, a fallen power pole, and a missing elderly person who was later found. but keep scrolling and you'll see law enforcement comedy gold. is your meth laced with deadly gluten? not sure? bring your meth down to the pd and we'll test it for you for free. the post has reached 24 million people, shared nearly a quarter million times, and has 9,000 comments. >> are you comfortable with the title social media [ indiscernible ] >> no, because i don't think, you know, it's necessarily genius. i thought it was just funny. >> is this it? >> this is it. >> reporter: the lieutenant manages the department's facebook page and came up with the idea for the post after watching an infomercial about
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gluten-free diets. followed by a movie about pablo escobar the colombian drug lord. he wants to show the public that officers are not emotionless robots. >> it shows the human side of it. we have a sense of humor. >> reporter: the comments have been overwhelmingly supportive like this one: but there were a few critical: >> to which he replied, relax. let us have some fun, huh? we have plenty of serious posts. >> we deal with death. we deal with sad circumstances. it's hard on us sometimes hard on the community. and sometimes you need that relief to deal with the crack of a smile and to laugh a little bit. >> reporter: and no, they did not get any takers on that meth inspection offer. by the way, the department had solved multiple cases with their facebook and twitter pages and so the lieutenant, who is 36, which makes him a millennial, says that departments wan no longer afford to ignore -- can no
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longer afford to ignore the power of social media. in newark, kiet do, kpix 5. a suspected carjacker tries to make a run from the police but gets stuck in gridlock traffic on the peninsula. police say that andre sanchez tried to carjack several drivers yesterday afternoon at the caltrain parking lot in san carlos. on his third attempt, he pretended to have a gun and got the driver to give up the car. but when he tried to speed off, he got caught in heavy traffic. police cezanne chez then got out and tried to get away on foot but didn't get far. he was arrested and booked into jail. advances in drug therapy for hiv and aids have increased life expectancy. a study finds a 20-year-old who begins treatment for hiv today will live to 78 and that's mainly because current drugs are better at keeping the virus from replicating. medication is also less toxic than older treatments. fewer side effects and involves a single pill a day.
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>> if you are diagnosed today and you're able to get into care and you maintain and control any other illnesses that you might encounter, you have life expectancy is normal. >> another trend is patients are starting treatment sooner mostly due to improvement in screening. beach-goers should be on the lookout for great white sharks. >> this is the sheriff's department. be advised state parks is asking to us make an announcement to let you know you're paddle boarding next to approximately 15 great white sharks. they advise that you exit the water in a calm manner. >> as calmly as possible. [ laughter ] >> this paddle border is calm. the announcement heard over the p.a. system in orange county today. great whites have also been spotted in the long beach area this week. so far, no injuries. wildlife officials say sharks don't seem to be aggressive so the beaches stay open.
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>> whatever you do, just don't fall in. see that guy? >> be calm. >> hello! [ crosstalk ] >> as we get closer to mother's day we have been giving a shoutout to the moms. yesterday allen and i showed you pictures of our mothers. and now paul, dennis, you guys -- >> yeah. this is -- this particular picture was taken of my mother after she had cancer surgery so you get through this we're going on a cruise. we were on a cruise. we were at the ship bar before dinner every night to celebrate over a little cocktail. >> you both look good. >> it was fantastic. >> no martinis in this picture. that's mom and me couple of years ago back in new jersey. her name is ann. she was a schoolteacher for 40 years, taught 8th grade english and defines the word sacrifice. putting up with me for 18 years. >> i'll say. >> all while working full time.
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happy mother's day, mom. >> happy mother's day to all of them. >> you can see more of the kpix 5 anchor pictures with moms on our facebook page like we see paul right know. >> hi, paul. >> mom watches on the internet. we don't just stay in the bay area. we're everywhere! outdoors, what's going on with the weather. we have 50s and 60s. we have the breeze. we have the clouds at sfo. it is 58 in san francisco. 68 in san jose. concord 65. livermore 62. santa rosa 62. we're looking for some baseball tonight another victory hopefully for the san francisco giants. first game against the reds partly cloudy cool 57 degrees first pitch which is about 25 minutes away. tonight san francisco drops to 49. there be low clouds. san jose low 50. napa 47. livermore 48. the chilly ocean breach impacts our overnight temperatures. how chilly? pretty chilly. nobody that i know would ever say when you put your toe in
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the pacific ocean around here and say it's warm. it's not warm. even when it was really warm two years ago in the mid-60s, still kind of chilly compared to maybe if you went on vacation in hawaii but this is cold. the coldest it has been since june of 2013, 48 degrees making the air above it colder making the onshore flow once it's here, and it is, also colder. so that ocean water that we measure 30 miles offshore has a direct impact on the weather that we feel here in the bay area even if you are out toward fairfield or livermore. that's the chilly air that's impacting you, as well. friday will feature less cloud cover. lots of sunshine in the afternoon but because that ocean breeze was there we'll stay chilly. same story on saturday. you will get a lot of sunshine but the ocean breeze will keep temperatures below normal. one chance of rain we told you yesterday it would be on tuesday, 24 hours later that's still the forecast thinking, some scattered showers on tuesday. but a continued persistent onshore flow keeping us cooler than average for a while. more sunshine tomorrow. staying chilly. the cold ocean with the cold
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ocean breeze means you will be cold as well below average for a while and scattered showers come next tuesday. tomorrow friday you ma i had it, almost the weekend! concord 67 degrees. how is that relative to average? we are talking about cooler at 8 degrees below average. sunnyvale tomorrow 66. only 58 for half moon bay. walnut creek 6. pittsburg 67 with sunshine. walnut creek 66. san rafael 63. sonoma 65. lakeport only 61 degrees with mainly sunny skies. we are also sunny on saturday a little cloudier for mom on mother's day. but still pleasantcy chilly 50s and 60s for highs. showers on tuesday. when do we get warmer? this time next week thursday rebounding as we'll limit that onshore flow. that's your kpix 5 forecast. coming up tonight at 10:00 on nightbeat we are talking about the white house mixed messages of why fbi director james comey was fired. comments coming up tonight at ten on nightbeat.. that's over on kpix's sister station... 44 cable 12.
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you'll soon be hearing the sou of music, around the napa valley. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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kpix 5's john ramos.. on the "pop up piano project". art is a funny thing. sometimes it's about self-expressionâand sometimes you need a little help. quick piano music cind
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living in na you will be hearing the sound of music around the napa valley. kpix 5's john ramos on the pop- up piano project. >> reporter: art is a funny thing. sometimes it's about self-expression and sometimes you need a little help ar are. >> reporter: cindy skinner is a musician living in napa. she was inspired to create something she found online called, street pianos. >> they were unloved pianos until someone took them under their wing and painted them refurbished them and put them in a public space. >> reporter: but like i said, cindy needed help collecting old pianos takes a lot of space so that's where interior designer entered the picture. >> i had seen this in a few cities and i have a huge warehouse and art space so i thought no better place for her to do these. >> reporter: now she needed someone to paint them. so he introduced her to an artist who specializes in abstract painting of napa
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valley wine so this first piano depicts sauvignon blanc with a jagged angles representing the sharp flavor of the wine. penelope says she was grateful to be part of something bigger. >> so having this be part of public installation that can be played anytime that's really special. and that's why i could not have said no. >> reporter: now, all she needed was a place to put her first pop-up piano. ironically her own town of napa said permits could take a year. up the road the town of yountville jumped at the idea so tonight at veterans memorial park the people will get to enjoy the first sights and sounds of a work of art that is truly a team effort. >> that's what makes it work is that everybody -- i mean, i had the idea, then all these people said yes! >> in napa, john ramos, kpix 5. >> soothing. >> sit down and play. good night. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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