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a video shows damage to the patrol car, windows blown out by the gunfire, the woman who was rushed to the hospital, she is expected to survive. she will face charges of attempted murder of a peace officer. the man she was with is cooperating with the skaters. melissa caen, kpix5 . people in fremont are on edge following robberies targeting women in gold change. ramirez is live in fremont, and says two of the incidents were caught on camera, lynn? >> reporter: that's right, ken, there have been a couple dozen of these attacks off the streets of fremont, two of the attacks were captured on video, the video shows a violent attack, and also, is quite disturbing. >> reporter: the victim is casually pumping gas in a dark- colored car on the left neck to another man doing the same, that is when a robber where it a black hooded parka clearly cases are seconds later, he reappears from behind the pumps and attacks. he grabs for her gold necklace, but the woman fights back. he
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grapples with her, throwing her to the ground, causing her shoe to sound -- go flying. he finally pulls hard enough to break the chain and runs away. the stunned victim gets up and, fortunately, does not appear to be seriously hurt. >> i need to be more cautious and take necessary precautions. >> reporter: word is spreading fast about a series of attacks on women in her community. since the beginning of may, there have been six robberies along the fremont boulevard into the sand padre corridors targeting east women -- east asian women with gold chains. >> that is the sentiment we have, mary ellis is married women wear it, and they try to take it. >> reporter: another woman was attacked on a neighborhood sidewalk. the woman was slammed to the ground as the rubber grabs the chain and runs away. seconds later, the woman gets up and appears to be okay. >> it was pretty frightening to see this. >> reporter: liz lives across the street, just a few hundred feet from oliveira elementary school.
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surveillance shows a similar scene, the same man appears to be hunting from victims, he follows one woman in a stroller, but turns back when she crosses the street. police say similarities in the cases suggest the same suspect is involved. the woman we spoke to say they will take precautions, but not stop walking. >> probably, i will wear my jacket up so that people don't see, i will be more careful about my surroundings next time. >> reporter: police think that at least two of the attacks may be related, but there may be other suspects involved, they have not and if i suspect, in the meantime, they are cautioning women, especially women they are not -- warning women to not carry large amount of jewelry. dramatic video from hawaii as lava from mount kilauea shoots high into the air. it is some of the most dramatic video since the eruption. this has been going on for the
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past few hours, along fisher number 17 on the big island. the love is threatening homes and structures. a resident watching today reported seeing a reporter from the local cbs station. >> reporter: -- >> the concussion from the exposures we feel is just, oh boy, scary. >> you were saying you could feel it in your chest, vibrating at night? >> yeah. it has my bed and shakes my bed to no end. >> much of what is happening is actually belowground, and geologists are keeping a close eye on widening cracks. a new venture opened today bringing the total to 22. there is potential for a new explosive and -- explosion at the summit of the book and
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appeared and other school mass shooting, in texas, police say nine students and a teacher are dead. gunned down by >> reporter: students were in their 1st period classes when the shooting began. >> i heard so many people saying there were gunshots and people were dead. i did not know what to think. >> reporter: someone pulled the fire alarm. the sophomore went to the nearby woods for cover. >> i should not be going through this at my school. i shouldn't have to feel like that. >> reporter: soon after the shooting, authorities took dimitrios pagourtzis into custody. >> he gave himself up. the cour commit suicide. >> reporter: the governor said there were no warning signs about the suspected shooter outside of a t-shirt.
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>> i thought he was a cool guy. he was very smart. >> reporter: they said he also had traps in the school and had pipe bombs and pressure cookers. >> because of the threats of these explosive items, community members should be on the lookout for any suspicious items. >> reporter: parents rushed to the scene after receiving an emergency alert. >> really scary. >> it has been happening everywhere. i always felt like eventually it would happen here as well. >> reporter: students were looking ahead to summer vacation, which starts in a few weeks. the teenage suspect made his first appearance in court this evening. he's being held without bond on capital murder charges. and a developing story out of cuba. a passenger jet crashed just
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after takeoff from the havana airport and so far there is word of only three survivors out of 110 people aboard. the video shows a chaotic scene. people were trying to put out the flames and treat the injured. the plane was an older model 737 . a suspected stoned driver who was suspected of killing three people in fremont is expected to be released from j -- jail. he made a reckless lane change and triggered a deadly crash on tuesday night. it killed a 14-year-old, a nine- year-old and a ,39. they were ejected from an suv. five of the people and several cars were involved. the d.a.'s office is waiting to file charges until the chp finishes its investigation.
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authorities can only hold someone for 48 hours without filing charges. so he may be released. if he is, he would be re- arrested in a few days. a dead whale is being towed out of the oakland estuary and into san francisco bay. it was found this morning under a bridge. it was taken to angel island were scientists will investigate. >> reporter: this washed up overnight. >> is kind of sad. to see marine life like that. it got stuck in the bay and it is tragic to see it go away like that. >> reporter: the annual mail -- whale migration north is just getting started. and as they passed by the coast, some die or hit by ships
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and end up on the beach. this one ended up deep into the oakland harbor. that is unusual. >> we looked over here and i noticed -- >> reporter: it was hard not to miss this whale. while no one knows exactly what happened, there is a large bruise on it side. it suggests it may have been hit by a ship. at some point someone has to get this whale out of here. otherwise, it will be a big mess. the marine mammal center contracted them to come and get this. this was nasty work swimming next to a dead whale. not complicated, but the lines must be placed just right so the dead animal does not pull
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apart. the marine mammal center said it will be several days before they confirm exactly what happened. and just about one hour ago chopper 5 was over another whale carcass. this one on tennessee valley beach. the marine mammal center told us that this was a female gray whale and they will also investigate tomorrow. police in wine country spotted an unusual visitor. >> mary lee is in healdsburg. >> reporter: that is right. this little bear was seen in this neighborhood and ended up downtown. this is what a bear looks like when it is free to wander around the neighborhood.
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police got a call around 2 am and they captured this video just walking around the corner.>> it circled for a little bit. >> reporter: it roamed the streets for about 45 minutes and went all the way to police department.>> they were kind of shocked. it was wandering around our vehicles and our back parking lot. that is rather unusual. >> reporter: neighbors we spoke to said they have never seen anything quite like this.>> we have a lot of people with little dogs, and i have a cat. >> reporter: what you think the spear was doing?>> i think he was looking -- they have really good brew down there. he is probably the mascot that
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has returned. >> reporter: everyone around town has been talking about the spear. police escorted the bear back into the mountains. another security scare at a trump property.>> a gunman made his way inside the golf club. and wedding watchers will not have to wait much longer. we will show you the final preparations for the royal wedding. and we will show you the huge crowd in union square all for a pop-up makeup store. we are live from santa fe, texas, with the very latest. and a plane crashes in cuba.
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. marshall tuck. john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families. and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing. john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future. shootout at a trump owned golf course in florida. a gunman is in custody for a political rant and then a shoot out at a golf course
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owned by donald trump. the trump national golf course was -- the man began a tirade against the president. things got tense when he pointed a gun at the staff and began firing into the ceiling. police think he may have wanted to confront the officers. >> it appears that he was trying to engage our police officers in some type of an attack. he did succeed and he did lose. >> officers shot the man in his leg. he is in stable condition tonight. and another officer broke his wrist. the president tweeted his choice for california governor saying california deserves a great governor, one who understands borders, crime, and lowering taxes. he will be the best governor we
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have ever had. i fully endorse john cox for governor and look forward to working with him to make california great again. the president also nominated robert wilkie to run veterans affairs. he has been the acting secretary since march. the president initially nominated dr. ronny jackson to lead the va, but jackson withdrew his name over allegations of improper behavior. california's unemployment rate is at a 40 year low. the number of jobless fell to 4.2% in april and it has not been this low since 1976. analysts say there's more good news. wages are beginning to creep up. the oakland airport is showing off new security equipment this morning. they are specially trained dogs. they will be working in the security checkpoints to assist with screenings. airport
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security was very eager to show them off. and they want to remind travelers these are working dogs. >> when you come to the airport , you'll see the dogs working. please do not pet them, but please know that there working for you. >> the airport will be adding two more dogs this summer and that is in addition to a dozen teams provided by the alameda county sheriff's department. san francisco wants to stock its cars with life-saving equipment. that kicked off adopt a police car. they want to raise money to purchase automatic defibrillators so that officers can help people who go into sudden cardiac arrest. each one costs about $2000. we are hours away from the were a wedding at windsor castle.
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the final preparations included afternoon tea with the queen and the bride's mother. >> reporter: bells rang as meghan markle and her mother arrived at the hotel. prince harry and his best man shook hands with people and charmed the crowd lining the streets outside windsor castle. this came hours after kensington palace announced that prince charles will walk the bride down the aisle. that is in place of her father, who is too ill to attend. >> he now has his daughter in law. >> reporter: they are in the final rehearsals of the wedding and fans cannot wait.>> we are so excited for them. >> reporter: police are expecting as many as 100,000 people. they say they are ready to secure windsor castle as the
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newlyweds ride to the carriage .>> as you get into windsor, barriers will be up and officers will be out. >> reporter: there will be a strong military presence as well . >> we are not ceremonial troops , and for us this is something special and different. >> reporter: and this -- the bride and groom will stay apart before the big day. megan will be with her mother and prince harry will spend time with his brother william. >> you can watch the royal wedding right here. coverage begins at 1 am. a big day for people crazy for the kardashians. >> especially people who are
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fans of kylie cosmetics. they opened up a shop in union square and the line to get in stretched for blocks. kylie jenner was there last night putting the finishing touches on the displays. >> i have been in the here -- >> the store is on grand avenue. check it out while you can. it is only open for one week. this is a little-known fact. he has been keeping up with the kardashians for years. san jose is sunny but it is still breezy and cool in san francisco. will the cold break for the weekend? and coming up at 6 pm, the
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pilots making history on this alaska airlines flight. the markets closed mixed today. here is a look at the closing numbers from wall street.
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we are almost there. we almost made it. the weekend is almost here.>> they made it already. we will be there soon. it is going to be a pleasant
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weekend. but for people who were saying it is almost memorial day and it is time to get warm, nowhere close. we are going to be below average for the next several days. the ocean breeze is still there. 72 degrees in concord. look at oakland. they barely got above 60 degrees today. look at the low cloud cover back over the coast. and san jose only 66. is already cool outside. breezy and chilly tonight. the rockies and the giants tonight. overnight tonight, we will be in the 50s. this is usually where we are at night. nothing on our radar around here. but for the seventh straight day, let me take you to the sierra where it is storming
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again right over lake tahoe. it has been soggy for a while. if you're heading to the mountains, here is the next two days. a better chance of getting wet on saturday in the mountains. if you're going hiking, plan accordingly. this is tomorrow. it will be in the mid-70s and it will be much cooler on sunday. so why is all this happening? the low pressure is moving out but the western edge is impacting the sierra. our ridge of high pressure hangs out for one more day and then another low-pressure area moves in and that will cool down temperatures even more on sunday. we start the weekend off with some drizzle and otherwise are cloudy. we will get sunshine in the afternoon, but the ocean breeze is not going anywhere. and sunday less cloud cover,
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but more of the ocean breeze in the afternoon. so inland temperatures will be below average. it will be closer to average tomorrow, and a tiny chance for showers especially in the north bay late sunday and early monday. here is the highs for saturday. 60s and 70s, but not warm. napa 71 degrees. san francisco 62 degrees. late sunday inter-early monday, a tiny chance of showers. we might warm up toward the end of the week to around 80 degrees. we will be right back. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
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winning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador. maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55.
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and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein
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one southern california fast food reparation has just gotten a little faster. >> one restaurant has turned the grills over to robots. this restaurant in pasadena is using a machine that can make more than 100 hamburgers in one hour. there cooked to perfection using sensors and artificial intelligence to monitor the grill. this is the first in a wave of robotic revolution. and it was supposed to be a celebration on the streets of san francisco.>> the group from mexico that is being denied a
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dream trip. we will be back coming up in 30 minutes. it's the story of our nation. john chiang's father came here with little money, but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families. and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing.
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john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future. "ñ captioning sponsored by cbs >> glor: police say a student armed with his father's shotgun opened fire in a texas high school. >> at first, there was a good three minutes of straight chaos and you could just hear the shots-- boom! boom! boom! >> glor: at least ten are dead, many others hurt, just three months after the parkland massacre. sa very sad day. very, very sad day. >> i shouldn't be going through this at my school. be it's been happening everywhere. i've always kind of felt like eventually it was going to happen here, too. >> glor: also tonight, a deadly inash in cuba. a jetliner with more than 100 on board goes down on takeoff from havana. hawaiians brace for more eruptions. >> reporter: this is fissure 20-d, and it only looks as ouough we stumbled on the entrance to hell.


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