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temperatures are about to take a nosedive. a stabbing at tonight's tet festival. details on what happened... and the condition of the victim.. just coming in. developing news, from san jose, a stabbing at the festival.
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we have details and the condition of the victim. emotions running high in tracy, friends and family remembering the life of a murdering -- of a murder tj -- murdered teenager. she was left for dead outside a road in livermore. >> we are in tracy tonight. >> reporter: 100 people are gathered here at the tracy memorial to remember a life they say was lost far too soon. >> i loved her, i love her. >> reporter: through the tears, they described the life of tracy. there were kisses and hugs, and more tears as her father asked everyone to keep living their lives for the sake of his daughter.>> that is what she wanted. >> reporter: the sheriff's department says she was stabbed last monday, dumped off tesla road near livermore and crawled
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almost 100 yards for help. her dying words led investigators to the two suspects in her murder, daniel gross and melissa and leonardo. >> i will always remember you. >> she always lightens the room when she laughs. >> i still love her, i will miss her a lot. >> i love you. we have developing news, police are investigating a stabbing at the past festival -- pet festival, a fight broke out between a group of people when one man was stabbed.>> the subjects who stabbed him fled the scene, at the moment they are on identified. the subject to a stabbed one time is currently being treated at the hospital. >> the suspects are asian men
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and there were dozens of witnesses at the time of the stabbing. if you have any information, please contact police. get ready to get cold, some people are getting prepared. we spotted ziploc bags that have beanies inside. they say these take if you are cold. we also have a list of homeless shelters in the area, temperatures will be dramatically cooler over the next couple days. as cold air is plunging out of the gulf, not only cold but the winds will pick up by sunrise and we could get a few showers. that wouldn't amount to much but the temperatures by monday night, santa rosa will be down to 27 degrees, san jose freezing, walnut creek 27. that is monday night. done expected to warm up anytime soon, the extended outlook calls for things to remain below average in terms of temperatures and in terms of rain. we will have the complete forecast in a few minutes. president donald trump is shifting the blame and the gun control debate to the
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democrats. he tweeted just like they don't want to solve the daca problem, why didn't they pass gun control legislation when they have both the house and senate during the obama administration. because they didn't want to end now they just talk. eric swallow accused the president of doing nothing to prevent mass shootings. he met with people in his east bay district calling for stronger background checks including mental health evaluations. >> i think we should ban assault weapons at every age, every street, in our country. we can continue to have tough gun laws to protect our citizens but if neighboring states don't, it leaves us more vulnerable. >> even if they are able to convince republicans to cross party lines, it is unlikely they will go anywhere. the president has the power to veto. a call for action after this week's mass shooting at a high school, the rampage in parkland killed 14 students
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and three faculty members. the surviving students who made certain their voices were heard. >> we will be the last mass shooting. >> reporter: emma gonzales joined the chorus of people at this anti-gun rally.>> we will change the lot and it will be due to the tireless efforts of the school board, faculty members, family members and the students. >> reporter: they are demanding a change to the nation's gun laws. to stop people like the alleged shooter, -- do you think it will happen again? >> the fact that we are speaking out, i hope it makes a difference. >> reporter: on friday the fbi admitted to receiving a tip last month from someone close to the shooter who claimed he was going to commit a shooting. >> we do our best, we have no control to prevent these things , we will be looking into where
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and how -- if the protocol broke down.>> reporter: he was no stranger to law enforcement, sheriff's records reveal 20 calls for service during the past two years over disturbances involving cruz and his brother. the report obtained by cbs news shows on september 28 2016, police were on the scene with the department of children and family. to check on the health and well- being of cruz. the reports that he suffers from mental illness, he had been cutting his arms to get attention. it goes on to say he had mentioned in the past he would like to purchase a firearm. classmate say they were well aware that cruz was a danger. >> you didn't know this kid. we did. this isn't just a mental health issue. he wouldn't have heard that many students with a knife. how about we stop blaming the victims for something that was
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the shooter's fault. >> reporter: several students said the rally is only the beginning, next week they plan to take their message to the state capital in tallahassee. police in san francisco shot a motorhome overnight, the man inside was a suspect in a deadly shooting. he has been arrested, he is joel armstrong, they say he shot two people around 6:30 pm last night to go --. a 28-year-old man died and the others are in critical condition. they say he later carjacked an suv which was spotted behind an rv three miles away. they say he refused to come out of the motorhome, officers fired several shots that got him to surrender after 2 am. he was not hurt. he is now facing a long list of felony charges including murder. a bomb at a home is under investigation, the device
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exploded just after midnight on the porch of a house on blue jay drive. several people were inside at the time and here's a look at the aftermath. broken windows, damaging the front door and left a hole in the siding. police are working with atf agents to find out who did it. a car slammed into a little caesars pizza, this happened on thorton avenue around 11:30 pm. the man who was hit was rushed to the hospital, he is recovering from serious injuries. the driver is an 80-year-old man who is trying to park in front of the store and hit the gas pedal instead of the brake. >> it was a big boom, because of the glass, everything hit the glass. we were there, it just shocked us. >> the driver was not hurt, the store had to be boarded up and was closed for the day. people trying to recall the
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mayor of stockton have started collecting signatures. they say the mayor, has been neglecting a six city services. they tried to get 16,000 signatures to put a recall measure on the ballot, the first person to sign with the campaign manager for the former mayor who he defeated in 2016. >> he hasn't done anything for the homeless, anything for crime, the people in stockton. we need a better and safer city. you don't need to give away taxpayer money to criminal so they don't commit crimes, that is crazy and i draw the line on that.>> he has been accused of creating jobs in the mayor's office for his friends. in response he says he supports accountability and transparency but he says some people are distorting the truth. president donald trump responding to the indictment of 13 russians who interfered with the 2016 election. laura podesta is on what the president is saying. >> information warfare.
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>> reporter: a surprise indictment from rod rosenstein on friday, accused 13 russians and three russian companies of meddling in the 2016 election. with a budget of more than $1.2 million per month, the russian nationals created hundreds of fake social media profiles. they posted attacks on hillary clinton while praising bernie sanders and then donald trump. on twitter, he wrote funny how the fake news media doesn't want to say the russian group was formed in 2014, long before my run for president. maybe they knew i was going to run even though i didn't know.>> it is ultimately about driving wedges, sowing distress, having is point fingers at one another. >> reporter: intelligence officials say russian interference is far from over. the director of national intelligence says russia will try again. >> there should be no doubt that russia proceeds with past efforts as successful and he is the 2018 u.s. midterm elections
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as a potential target for russian influence operations. >> reporter: cyber experts improved hardware and software, and can conduct postelection audits to confirm results. sergey kislyak who served as ambassador set on saturday night that neither he or his staff interfered with u.s. politics. his phone and his car gone, his social media accounts wiped. >> the search after a driver for uber and lift check disappears. the movie creating interest in a decades-old group, the tribute in oakland to one of the founding members of the black panthers. get ready to bundle up, it is not just people who have to worry about frigid temperatures. it is pets and plants.
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got through. >> it just adds to speculation as far as where is he. we are getting concerned. it is almost a week tomorrow, that he has been missing. there are so many menacing -- missing pieces of the puzzle. >> he recently moved to la from ohio. they both's -- huber -- uber and gypsy -- how the film takes inspiration from the black panthers of the 60s. >> reporter: people are lined up down the street to see black panther, you can see how far down the street that line goes. for some people this is not just about entertainment. the black panther movie is feeling interest in the black panther movement. >> my son, it is your time. >> reporter: as the movie was breaking records at the box
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office, organizers and west oakland were talking about the timing of the movies release.>> everyone is talking about the movie about the first black superhero.>> reporter: the party founder, would've turned 76. >> while people's eyes and lips are on the word black panther, we are saying let's look at the real superheroes. people that did incredible things and got the world's attention. >> reporter: a small gathering celebrated his birthday, with drumming, spoken words and a dedicated mural. melvin dixon says the movie is bringing new publicity to the black panther party. >> it sparks interest. >> reporter: the party and the character were created in the same year, 1966. it is unclear whether one inspired the other. oakland acres decked out in their best, couldn't contain her excitement. >> it is big deal, you can see the lines like star wars.
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>> they are excited about the message, it has to do with a country that is all black.>> reporter: the director at the helm of the movie says this feels like a homecoming. >> the fact that i am seeing it in oakland, on our land and they are talking about us, makes it more special. is coming full circle.>> reporter: nothing beats knowing the real history of the panthers. >> people who really want to get the story, researched the story, go to library. get ready for big changes to the weather, it is about to get cold. jackie ward explains humans will not be the only one battling so frigid -- battling the frigid forecast. >> we have all the varieties of rosemary. >> reporter: jackie has been working here since she was seven. her parents founded the nursery in livermore in 1955. she knows a lot about how to keep your plants protected even
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during very dry and warm winters like this one. these plants are in for a frigid chalk. with overnight temperatures expected to drop into the 20s and 30s next week. >> it is really tough, the timing couldn't be worse. if we get a real hard freeze, when those flowers are open i am afraid we will lose the fruit. >> how long will we have this frost? mac she spent saturday informing people what is on the way and encouraging them to plant the seeds but only if their hearty greens or peas and not tomatoes and peppers.>> laying a soft blanket would insulate them. >> reporter: she had tips on how to protect existing plants. >> what you can do is step up one more site to see if this one is bigger, they were radiate more warmth. the other thing you can do is put a floodlight at the bottom of the plan. >> reporter: blankets and sprays may be able to save your plants as well, especially if
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they have recently bloomed and because it has been so dry she encourages people to give plants a good soaking before it gets cold. because dry plants are more susceptible to lower temperatures. plants aren't the only thing we have to worry about, these temperatures will plummet. various animal organizations are recommending you bring your pets indoors. the temperatures will drop like a set of car keys tomorrow from 10-15 degrees and that will bring us back to seasonal averages or just that much blow. after temperatures in the 70s today, in the bay area, we will see them in the mid to upper 50s tomorrow. san jose and santa rosa and livermore hit 71 degrees. as we look live, a thick layer of fog is obscuring the city. conquered 54 degrees, oakland 51, san francisco 51 and santa rosa the numbers are down to 44. here's what is happening, high pressure in the pacific but on
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the eastern side of the high, cold air is coming out of the gulf. cold front that is fairly powerful but what this is missing is any moisture. it will drive temperatures down to 27 degrees and santa rosa and 27 at walnut creek, those cold northerly winds come in, it will be windy, much cooler, the futurecast says maybe even a chance of spring is around the bay area. snow levels down to 1000 feet. despite the dryness, there is enough moisture in this and it is cold enough so the bay area peaks could get a dusting of snow by monday morning. it will be fair and cold tonight at the winds by sunrise and tomorrow afternoon, we could have gusts up to 40 miles per hour. that will feel cold. it will not stop the monster jam tomorrow at the oakland coliseum. it will be windy and cold but 57, no big deal. as we take a look at the overnight lows, 37 napa, 40 livermore, son up at 6:56 am,
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it is just the difference a day will make in these numbers with readings only in the upper 40s and 60s, we will have clouds and winds and much cooler temperatures, they wide and it will stay that way for a while. the extended forecast will look at the 50s through tuesday before we get a slight warming trend heading into next weekend but tomorrow will be interesting with the winds coming up and tomorrow night, a little bit of snow may be coming down. weird. we need a dose of normalcy, here is andrea. in sports with march madness, teams are making their final push to pad their tournament resumes. klay thompson looking to become the king beyond the arc as he looks to regain his title. we will show you how it works out, next. fire fighting is a very dangerous profession.
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we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert
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in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned. the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner.
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the splash brother took a bit of an unusual approach to win the trophy... opting to not practice for the big event. klay thompson was a favorite in the nba three point taunt -- contest, he took an unusual approach, opting to not practice. he looks to take back his three- point crown, thompson had 19 points, tied him for the lead. he moves onto the next round. looking good so far, attest to regain his crown as champion, in the second round, devontae booker went off. a contest record 28, that is higher than the 27 steps posted in 2015 and clay in 2016. last chance, he came close but not close enough. finishing with 25, he wins the 2018 three-point contest. chadwick bozeman in the house to watch the dunk contest, dunk of the night goes to larry
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junior who does a double tap off the back, take another look. that is a good one. rookie donovan mitchell nails the 360 dunk while wearing a vince carter jersey. that put him over the top. lindsay gottlieb and the bears looking to even the score with the panthers. stanford trail 11 to start the fourth, they cut the lead down to two after this 3. thomas wouldn't let them move on senior day. she answered back with the three of her own, they led kyle -- cal with 28. they beat stanford for the first time since 2015. in oregon facing portland, up by three, splits two defenders and finds them for the dunk. 23 points, 10 rebounds as they
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win 73-61. kyle smith trying to build off the offset win over st. mary's, finds the lions and he tells them welcome to the hilltop. as he gets the steel, five points and 10 rebounds, less than two to go, with the knockout blow, 17 points for the native as they beat alameda 72-63. they have won four of their last five. we get you ready for some giants baseball, vern joins us from scottsdale, we will have the latest on the giants and the latest bullpen acquisition as they put 2017 in the past and look forward to a fresh new season. we will be right back. at&t has a network
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handed reliever tony watson. the former all star will join the team once the the giants have reportedly agreed to a three-year deal with tony watson, the former all- star will join the team once it is official. he did report to scottsdale, vern glenn. >> reporter: all right, if you love baseball this is where you need to be. this is the phoenix, scottsdale
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area and behind me is the home of the giants. how excited are they to be here? they are ready to go. even though reporting day for the squad is in until tomorrow, they want to get after it.>> we don't push them to get here early. we want them coming here on their own and the guys that do wait, we don't look at the many different. it is a formality. >> reporter: he wouldn't comment on one of the guys not here yet, tony watson. the closer mark lanson that played four seasons with him in cleveland was thrilled and broke the news earlier this morning. on a personal note, how excited was i get here? i flew in and brought my camera, highlights, my trant -- tripod and transmitter, i left my personal luggage at the rental car center. i have to go get it.
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right now. how do you like that? in scottsdale, vern glenn, kpix5. >> did he get his luggage backs -- back? >> he did, we will get reports for a few days, always a good story with vern.>> we will be right back.
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space-x is set to launch its next rocket from vandenberg air force base/ people in southern california could see eerie lights in the sky just after 6 am. space x is launching the next rocket from vandenberg air force base. the last launch created this glowing exhaust plume above the la run -- launch region. tomorrow's could produce something similar. >> it must be tough to go to work on your birthday.>> to be with you guys is wonderful. thank you so much, i am going to make a wish. >> happy birthday to you. >> i am still here.
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i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. we worked with pg&e to save energy because we wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
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(sighs) (panting) wow. that was great. good, i'm glad. wait, wait, wait. you're glad? yeah. i knew it. there was no "gaa." "gaa"? when the sex is working for you, you try to say "god," but it comes out "gaa." and this time, there was no "gaa." charlie... no "gaa," no good. and i'll tell you another thing. you usually grab my ass like you're holding a tree trunk in a hurricane. just now, it was more like you were palming a couple of cantaloupes at the supermarket. fireworks don't have to go off every time for me to enjoy it. oh, please, fireworks is the whole point of the exercise.

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