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griego. >> i'm kenny choi. it happened in livermore. chopper 5 was over the scene as police collected evidence. anne makovec is live with the details. >> reporter: the man was shot and killed here in the parking lot. you can see the soap bubbles left behind from the cleanup effort. the man is on the run and considered armed and dangerous. this is the man police say shot and killed another man this morning with a rifle. 30-year-old had an argument at around 4:00 a.m. in the parking lot between walmart and kohl's. >> they knew each other and it was a feud between the two of them that led to the suspect pulling the firearm and shooting at him. >> reporter: this were transients living near a nearby creek. he's believed to be driving one of two vehicles, a white ford
explorer, or a motor home with this license plate. >> we have good information that they're not in town. there's no threat to the public that they're fleeing and trying to hide. >> reporter: a bit of relief for shoppers, including this woman. she says the climate of violence has her on edge. >> yesterday, i was in safeway and heard a balloon pop and i ducked. and it was a balloon. . >> reporter: there were a lot of witnesses around, even though it was 4:00 in the morning. this is a 24-hour walmart and it was open at the time. there are several surveillance cameras in the area. the police are reviewing the videotape. live, anne makovec, kpix5. and a severe traffic alert. a live look to the bay bridge. it looks like rush hour. you are stacked up at the toll plaza back under the flyover to the maze and beyond.
the overall picture of the map, it's not great. let's zoom in to exactly what i'm talking about. this crash is on treasure island. both the outside lane and one of the center lanes is blocked due to an injury accident. so emergency crews are on the scene and in the process of trying to clear that. down to 2 miles per hour passing out of the toll plaza on the east shore freeway and on to 580 at this hour. the drive time across the bridge, that's the only one in the red. 24 minutes to san francisco. elsewhere, the other bridges look all right. just the bay bridge. we'll bring you the latest. and we are following breaking news. a major crack down on san francisco's tenderloin district. 17 federal law enforcement agencies going in to clean up the s roughly 50 blocks will be targeted. be it the area's homeless population and those suffering
from addiction will not be look in el paso, texas. president trump is scheduled to arrive in about 40 minutes to meet with victims and first responders from the deadly mass shooting. you can see a lot of people out there and a growing memorial as flags are waved. the president and first lady left dayton, ohio, after meeting with victims of that mass shooting. plenty of protesters say the rhetoric is part of the problem. hilly lane is in el paso with the latest. . >> reporter: there are mixed emotions about the trip. the mayor felt obligated to invite the president but this is not a political visit. the president and first lady arrived in ohio wednesday to meet with victims and first responders of this weekend's mass shooting in dayton that left nine people dead. the white house says mr. and
mrs. trump met with patients in the hospital and thanked the medical staff. earlier, president trump said he is working with leaders on new gun laws. . >> i think background checks are important. i don't want to put guns into the hands of mentally unstable people. >> reporter: protesters on hand for the visit. >> assault weapons, it's crazy what's going on with the weapons. they need to be restricted. >> reporter: supporters also greeted the president. here in el paso where an alleged white supremacist killed 22 people, some don't want the president to come. >> he's not welcome. he's as guilty as the shooters. he has hate. he hates us. >> it's not the right time. we're still healing. >> reporter: president trump brushed off the criticism. >> i think my rhetoric brings people together, whether it's white supremacy, whether it's any otherind gup
of hate, i am concerned about is not welcome in el paso. the democratic presidential candidate took part in an antiwhite supremacy and gun rally event. and he went on to say he blames president trump for the violence and rhetoric is inciting it. the president says o'rourke should be quiet and respect the victims. the president also said there was no political appetite for a ban on assault weapons. we'll have more on the president's visits coming up on the news at 5:00 and online at kpix.com. me to andnees. fr t va bin
alarmsounded ande, fire trucks, and ambulances arrived. there has been so evidence of a shooting and they have not found anyone with a weapon. and in san francisco, the montgomery b.a.r.t. station is back open after a man ended up on the tracks. that happened an hour and a half ago and b.a.r.t. briefly shut down the station. the condition is unknown. b.a.r.t. is experiencing delays. and happening today, the criminal dubbed the ski mask rainist is set for a parole hearing. jackie ward with the new law that could set him free. >> reporter: these officers are the ones who led the original investigation back in the 1980s. this afternoon, the criminal dubbed the ski mask rainist is set to appear at a parole hearing. george anthony sanchez was sentenced to 406 years in
prison. yet today, a parolarle certain inmates to be considered for parole. he's 58 years old, on the younger side of the elderly parole program's age range. since he committed the crimes before the age of 26, he was granted youth. offender status which makes him eligible for the hears. some have spent decades in intense they're. we found video in 1987 when investigators were working the case, showing the evidence, a gun, gloves, and a mask. he was convicted of 25 rapes in the bay area in the 1980s. housed at the correctional fatality where the parole hearing will be held. jackie ward, kpix5. and a verdict in the warehouse trial could come as soon as tomorrow. a jury is weighing the fates of
the two defendants. both face 36 counts of involuntary mau t d a tow truck needed help from another tow truck after a crash on a bridgeore:00 a.m. on the san mateo hayward bridge. the tow truck veered off highway 92 and ended up in the ditch. two eastbound lanes were shut down for hours. the side of the truck made it hard to career the scene. >> any time a bigger vehicle with a higher weight capacity and weighs more, it's requires more equipment that's more expensive and more potential for equipment to break. >> fortunately, no one was hurt. the cause of the crash is under investigation. and we are watching wall street in the midst of a roller coaster week. stocks sinking after a 700 point
drop monday and some recovery yesterday. the markets have beiji raised the stakes inde war. >>tennessee woman sshe been rem prison. cyntbrown she was pickedp f prostitutionho is. >> i am a changed person. because itch no choice but to be. >> she has all the potential in the world not to just go and do good, but mentor others. report. >> brown was granted early release after receiving clemency from the governor. she'll be on supervision for years. and a judge denied bail for a southern california millionaire accused of killing his wife and becoming a fugitive. he was in court in santa ana
this morning and caught in mexico on sunday after more than four years on the howe avoided law enforcement. >> we believe hooesz been in mexico since the disappearance. >> reporter: he live of the grid for four years. he vanished in 2015 after charged with murdering his wife in their home while their children were at school. at a news conference tuesday, authorities said he tried throwing off investigators. >> he strategically placed indicators he was headed to canada. >> reporter: he was actually in mexico. first at high end resorts. then motels and hostiles, working odd jobs to make money. even though he fled with nearly a million in cash. >> they he went from a real
estate millionaire to bussing tables. >> he was desperate to fit in and stay on the run. >> reporter: intense coverage by media, including 48 hours, put pressure on him. >> it made him trip up? >> i believe so, yeah. i think that caused an incredible amount of stress. >> reporter: he faces 25 years to life in prison. >> watch the full story on peter chadwick on 48 hours saturday night at 10:00 on kpix5. still ahead, an international airline reveals it is watching you while you fly. . >> the data its collecting on the passengers. and getting ready for heavy traffic around the chase center. how a nearby hospital plans to help patients avoid the grid lock. and temperatures much cooler this afternoon compared to yesterday because of the ocean breeze kicking in for us. let's take you live outside. this is a look with the dublin
. the brand new chase center opens up next month and ucsf wants to help prepare you for the traffic. it launched a website and e-mail alert system for patients and staff to give users a heads up when there are warriors games and special events. a calendar will show how bad traffic is expected to get. red means major delays.
and nineers fans will remember the catch made by dwight clark dubbed the catch. the team is celebrated the man and the moment. the 49ers are hosting dwight clark day with fan give aways. back in 1982, he received a touchdown pass atacand l stick park that sent the team to its first super bowl. and we're four days away from kickoff. watch our coverage starting saturday night at 6:00 right here. and ahead of saturday's game, we want to see all your 49ers pictures and faithful photos. share them on social media with the hash tag kpix. and a massive headache for travelers flies in and out of two major london airports. a software glitch on british airways forced the airline to
cancel flights and delay others. thousands of passengers were stranded at the airports. fortunately, the airline says the system has been fixed. and a few passengers can expect privacy on a jam-packed flight. they may be giving up more than they realized. the hong kong-based airline records images of passengers on board and collects data on what they do, including itineraries, travel companions, purchases, and in flight entertainment usage. the other airlines collects data and experts say the risk comes if it's stolen by hackers. and a check on the forecast. and i went out there earlier and it was chilly. >> it is. yeah, temperatures much cooler compared to yesterday at this time. all because of the marine influence kicking in for us. the on shore flow stronger for today. that will be the trend as we head there you the rest of the week with temperatures cooling down. a live look with the sfo airport camera. you can see getting clearing.
a little bit of clearing here on the sfo cam. temperatures are running at 77 in concord. 62 in oakland. 77 livermore. 58 in san francisco. son jose, mid 70s. the 24-hour temperature change, we are 5 degrees cooler in oakland. 5 degrees cooler in mountain view. and 7 degrees cooler in livermore. and that is the trend with temperatures cooling down as we head through the next sefrlt several days. the on shore breeze will increase over the next several days. temperatures will be cooler. below average temperatures today and then we'll continue as we go through the workweek and the start of the weekend. on futurecast, you can see we are going to start to see clearing eventually. inland, you're catching the sun. for tomorrow morning, again, waking up to low clouds and areas of fog and temperatures cooler for thursday and friday.
so on futurecast, through the rest of the workweek, the ocean breeze is in place because of the low pressure system still to our west. the sunset is 8:12. the sunrise, 6:19. highs pleasant. 80 concord. 80 livermore. 68 oakland. 66 san francisco. and talking about the preseason opener, our 49ers taking on the cowboys saturday at 6:00. mostly clear, 76 degrees for kickoff. and watch that right here on kpix. here's the seven-day forecast. and temperatures cooling down through the workweek and the start of the weekend and warming back up for sunday and early next week. and we are following breaking news. canadian police say two bodies have been found and they're bleefred to be those of the teen fugitives suspected in three killings. police think the teens killed a north carolina woman and her boyfriend as well as another
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. welcome back. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. not long ago, there was a crash on the bridge westbound creating all this traffic backing up. of and taking another live look at the big board. it has been a roller coaster ride on wall street. right now, the dow is down about 31 points. and tonight at 5:00, oakland students get ready to head back to school, about a quarter of
the principals are not returnin. how the turnover is impacting classrooms and the school year coming up. that and much more at 5:00. weather is good. depending on where you live. there's something for everyone. . >> we have the sunshine inland and the clouds for the bay and the coast. much cooler for us. >> it's always the mie ro climates in the bay area. >> and that is it for us here. >> we'll see you tonight at 5:00. have a wonderful afternoon.
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