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at the city hall. this is inside the hall where protesters called for a firing of a police chief there. 33 people were taken into custody last night and tonight the protesters known as the cisco five are in the hospital. >> it was incredibly chaotic. >> reporter: the protesters stormed the city hall. people are shouting and pushing and falling. one man was also filming. >> they started to zip tie one man and started to drag him across the floor. >> reporter: brad was one of
the 33 people put in zip ties. >> it was completely worth it. >> reporter: to him it was an act of civil disobedience. they showed up to support the cisco five. they went to the hospital for not eating for 16 days. they are protesting the shooting of unarmed people. they're now continuing to starve themselves. >> reporter: a metal redetecttor was also damaged.
-- >> meanwhile a rainy day around the bay, the meteorologist is here now with us and what's in store for the rest of the evening here. >> well, it might be the last rain we see here for the season. this is kind of an interesting pattern here, you can see the backing out towards us and not the best chance of rain for us. we're not done yet though tonight, still more to come. a few hundredths of rain here and napa got two tenths of an inch. so a nice little soaking here. this is what we can expect here for mother's day. cloudy and then a chance of showers at least in the
morning. then we clear out and the middle of the week is mostly sunny and warmer too. as we head into the next weekend, morning fog and feeling a whole lot like summer. we'll look another the all important mother's day forecast in just a minute. in china rescuers are trying to reach people after a landslide hit in the southeast area. reports say that rocks and mud buried a dormtory about 30 minutes ago. it's not clear what caused it and of course we'll bring you updates as soon as they come in. golden state is battling it out against the trail blazers.
the fans crammed into the stands and it's not looking too good for the warriors tonight. the fateful say they're still in control of their destiny though. >> having come from chicago, watching this warriors team, they don't have to worry. >> the depth of the warrior's play, is what is at stake here. >> they love to pass the ball and it may get interesting, but go warriors. >> we're of course keeping an eye on the game here and we'll update you, it's down to the final seconds here. but it's not looking too good. >> if they lose though, they
are still in the lead. curry will return in game four on monday. the sharks are taking on the national predators right now. the game started a little bit over an hour ago. the first period ended and the sharks are in the lead 2-1. game six takes place in monday in nashville. the derby winner has been crowned and it's nyquist. he stormed into the lead and crossed the finish line to become the undefeated eighth horse. he's 8-8 and the last one to go this far was back in 2008. a crowd of thousands showed up today and it's the second
largest crowd pass the 100,000 showing up to see american pharoah win last year. a boy was arrested for burglary and the teen went through an unlocked door. when the suspect realized that someone was home he took offrunning. he's been booked in juvenile detention. police are looking for a warriors fan that stole steph curry jersey from an outlet store. he grabbed about 20 jerseys from a display rack. you can see the surveillance here on all the shirts. he took off in a dark-colored
nissan, if you know any information call the police. a man, 30-year-old adam burgland police say followed a woman and then attacked her. they found him the next day in a park, the woman was able to escape unharmed. carter is set to testify in court against the trio of drifters accused in her husband's murder. she will appear in court and one of the drifters has already made a plea deal. he pled guilty and agreed to testify against his co-
defendants. the pre-limb their prelimbary hearing starts on m monday. crews were able to knock down these flames quickly and remained on site while officials and building managers assessed the scene. they have 60 units inside and only a small number were affected. at least one has fire damage and another ten have mechanical damage. one man was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. >> we went into rescue mode. we had one injury and he was transported to the hospital for injuries. >> right now the building doesn't have hot water and the amount of people displaced is not known. happening today, millions around the globe celebrated the
holiday, free comic book day it was founded a decade ago by the owner of flying colors comics. based on the turnout in the east day alone, this day is just getting bigger and bigger. >> reporter: ghost rider and captain america, jumping off the pages and into real life. >> it's a second skin, mixed with tape and art work. >> reporter: even spiderman made an appearance. this little guy made it down here from lodhi to visit for the comic book bay. >> for the fans themselves and the shops it's a great thing. >> reporter: joe field has
owned the flying comics shop here for nearly 30 years and back in 2001 he founded the freecomic day. it started small and now is celebrated worldwide in 60countries. publishers distribute million of the copies. >> it's a great day with the movies opening and that sort of thing. to call to attention the great movies that they are based on. >> we have had people wait as long as 16 hours to get in. >> reporter: over 1500 came
today and more than 3000 comics were handed out. >> you get to see so many people that are interested in the exact same thing. life is a gamble and you might has well try to win that money. >> the winning numbers have been pulled. so pull out the tickets. here are the winning numbers on the screen. the power ball number is 9. now, if nobody wins the jackpot will continue to climb. so, before the drawing, the jackpot was 415 million again, it could rise, we'll bring that number to you a little bit later on in the news cast.
we have some news the warriors game is over and the warriors have lost. final score 122-108. it's game three and we'll look forward to game four on monday when possibly curry will be back on the court. coming up, 99% of the california still in a drought, but believe it or not, there's a silver lining. we'll see you what it is. plus the white house race is spinning out and who is left in the race. a simple roof over their heads for this mom was their wish and her story is next. =
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liked like a scene from the movie "the fugitive" the back story is 4news. 90% of the state is in drought still but that's good news. even a small percentage of the state is now drought free. the u.s. drought monitor says that northern california is coming out of the drought but the southern california area is now facing fifth year of drought. we had a little bit of rain today and we'll get a little bit more out tonight. >> we usually see about 30% of
the level we've seen. you can see the sun is setting and still a lot of clouds around here and to band of rain for the showers overnight. you can see the storm tracker, it will move back into the area later. you may see some rain drops out there, so be prepared. for mother's day, a slight chance, i think early and and then a clearing. it's going feel like summer,kind of that summer pattern, with cloud in the morning and then sunshine. we have a decent pattern setting up. out the door 50s and 60s right now, and things are changing though. you can see a lot of wrap around moisture that's centered
here, around arizona. so we'll see the wrap around here and it's going to take another day for it to slow down. here we go, we're look through the night and the chance of a few scattered showers. tomorrow, of course mother's day and people are heading out to enjoy. a lot of clouds out there and the rain will start to subside especially in the afternoon. so with that in mind, it looks like the temperatures around the area here, 60s and 70s. inside the bay, a lot of 60s but you get over the hills here and 72 in livermoore. temperatures in the low 60s and of course, we have to talk about the mother's day forecast here, just a scattered showers
with mild temperatures as wehead towards noon. that's the latest. from chaos to calm, this weekend the republican race is all but decided and now it's the democrats determined the end the race here. stretches for five months now and we look at the standings for the race for the white house. >> reporter: from long shot to hot shot, a year ago, trump was polling at one percent. trump will spend the weekend in oregon and washington but he may need to focus winning over washington d.c.. paul ryan, speaker of the house
said he's not ready to support him but they're meeting next week. it could go a long way to bridge the gap. >> i think that paul is just being honest, he just wants some time to work through it. >> reporter: for democrats the race is a prolonged one. they continue to split delegates. >> i hope that here in west virginia, you will have the highest voter turn-out in the state. >> reporter: hillary is less than 200 delegates away from the nomination. that's if you count the super delegate, the sanders campaign doesn't like to look at the numbers from that. the convention could be contested later this summer. >> well it may be a secret that
romney doesn't like. the former candidate met with crystal and they both talk about independent runs. romney said he has not been interested in running a third party campaign. next up on the eve of mother's day, we're looking at a place that some mothers are grateful to call home. = every time i go on the street nate ite i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california.
>> reporter: they all can smile thanks to gillian's house. >> they're taking from us with nothing, no skills and nothing and they give us everything we could even imagine. >> reporter: coming face-to- face with a people that are helping fund the place they're staying at it's a huge relief and they're very grateful. this woman found the home after a unsettled family situation. >> it's just nice to know where we'll stay at night and some place to call home. >> reporter: there's women and children here. >> you have your children ask you, you know where are we going today and you really
can't give them an answer. >> reporter: there's hope for more families in need. more than a thousand children are living homeless here. when the gillian home startedthey were only to help 3 families but now can accommodate 6 families. >> if we didn't have the support that we have now, we wouldn't be able to. >> reporter: they have helped over 60 women and children move on with their lives. coming up, the so-called c isco five and their hunger protest. and how secure is el chapo
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now at 8:33 we're keepingyou updated here, the fr isco five here protesting the deadly shootings. someone protester said it was worth it to bring attention to the issue. >> it about us making a statement, we have five people that are literally dying right now and their continuing their hunger strike. >> city hall will reopen on monday. happening now a wildfire in
alberta, canada may doubleovernight. 1600 homes and buildings have been destroyed and more than 80,000 people have been evacuated. >> i don't know if i have anything to go back to. i really don't, and i went through the same thing when i was 7. so it brings back the memories so bad. >> the officials say unless it starts to rain, they will try to put the fire out over the next several months. more charges are being filed against a federal officer who police say went on a shootingrampage killing several
people and injuries others. >> reporter: the federal protective officer is now charged with two additional counts of murder and attempted murder. they made the announcement after the charges from shooting his wife. he shot her as she waited for her kids on friday. the deadly shooting continued when he opened fire at a grocery store, killing one woman. then he opened fire at the mall and shot another two. the suspect was in several of the businesses here and knowing that the suspect was armed and had made statements about what he intented intended to do, we
needed to try to get people to safety. a protective order was placed against him on february, and he'll be in court on monday. el chapo has been transferred to a prison in el juarez. this comes after he said he wanted to transfer to the u.s. jail. mexican authorities say he was moved to improve security that the prison. every so often you find an restaurant that's an indelible part of a community. when it shut down, residents. were stunned, and now has
reopened. >> well come to the new joes. >> we were devastated when it closed. >> you look like you've recovered though. >> we have and we're so happy. >> reporter: joes is back to serving up diners here like jimmy is weasel. >> 20 years. >> and i've been coming here for 50 years and my father brought me here when i was a kid. >> ever since i was 12 . >> reporter: old school joes now being run by the duggins and serving up comfort food. >> no sharing the food here. >> reporter: and you'll polish
it all off right? >> yes. >> reporter: and i'll have to try some of the dishes here and see. here's joe's favorite hamburger and ravioli and butter cake. >> it's so buttery. >> the rainy day here, called "uncorked" transformed the street here for the 11th annual event. it was a big hit with wine lovers likes yours truly. >> what brings you out today in the rain? >> wine. >> wines and organic to the
cosmic level. >> to the cosmic level? >> right. >> your soul in the grape here? >> i'm loving it. >> this is my second glass, so i'm still standing -- >> are we going to have to cut you off? >> you might. >> well there's a lot of wine and it's great to see the square come alive. >> the event went to benefit the green tours and it's a way to show off the sustainable farms here. another recall from trader joes and what products are being pulled for health reasons. it's the first time people can get their hands on the oculus head set here.
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a warning if you feed your baby rice cereal. a growing concern, fda saying that brown and white rice may have higher levels of arsenic. inorganic arsenic has been linked no problems with health. they encourage parents to give babies a variety of grains. trader joes is recalling 33,000 pounds of it's broccoli and slaw salad. leaves may be contaminated with
listeria, and the product was sold in numerous states. earlier this week, another brand recalled vegetables frozen and sold at trader joes. so the storage systems here, we had a damp and dreary day around the bay. >> and we have mothers' day tomorrow. >> and it's looking to be nice tomorrow. a couple of breaks but -- speaking of breaks i have one of those now. well, more to come here, with the clouds and we'll likely see the rain drops overnight and into earlier morning hours. but after that things should
settle down. you can see the core of the low here over nevada so all of that wrap around moisture is out there. out the door we go now and temperatures are mainly in the 50s and 60s, it will stay fairly mild outside. you can see the rotation now with the core low here. more snow over the mountains. more rain on the way and then looks like things will begin to settle down. tonight and tomorrow, a transitional period and the cloud will be gone with it. by tomorrow afternoon, a little break and more sunshine on the way. we'll see clouds and more showers tomorrow morning. then it starts to dry out, so
brunch time is looking good for moms. 70s in the south bay and east bay mainly in the 70s. about 72 in pleasantton, as we look out the next couple of days the mid-80s as we get to wednesday and then a little bit of patchy fog. well heads up, if you plan to take bart this week, which lines are shutdown and how you can still get around. coming up, if you get on the peninsula here, there's certain rules that you have to follow. if there's a rule, i've found that someone is ignoring that
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sure there's signing and warning lights but some people are willing to risk their lives any ways. they cross the train tracks here when the train is coming, and we look at one city and see how bad it is near the peninsula. >> reporter: there's a lot going on here in san mateo county. the sign says stop, and don't go around the gate. violators are subject to violation and if you look close, you can see the words "in death" so people are willing to risk their life to beat the train. the train is passing through
the station and often the express trains so it's basically a wall of steel that takes over a mile to come to a complete stop. these two women thought about beating the train but then turn around the gate. here's a man trying to beat it with a skate board. i've had similar results in sunnyville. this includes bikes here. this is basically an electrical unicycle. good thing nobody riding a skate board is trying to pass it, oh wait. just a reminder, if you pass the tracks with a arms down, you can face a fine and points
off your license. one final message, if you think about using the train tracks other than riding the train, there's help. call 1800 suicide. there's people that can help you. in redwood city, 4news. happening now, if you plan to taking bart this season, the train is set down here, it'sshut down three times already. the crews are repairing the track. they say plan on a delay of up to an hour. the next closure is may 28th and 29th. happening now a traffic alert in the east bay. several lanes will be closed along i.80.
it's all more maintenance, the closures start tonight at 10:00 p.m. and last until 10:00 a.m.. they continue until next week from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. the following day. for the first time the general public can get an on hands reality oculus rift head set. the much hyped product is now on tech shelves. if you have a demo, you will need an appointment. they will have them set up in stores and experiences and games people can try out, including the climb. a lot of buzz about this one, it transports you into a rock climbing experience. it's very immersive and it
really feels like you're climbing. it's an experience you have to have for yourself. now anyone can and through best buy, you can sign up for a 30 minute demo, they're bookingappointments 7 days a week. people are already signing up and the first opening i found was weeks away on may 26th. you can buy it now, but it costs $600 a fast running pc, one that costs about $3,000. they also have a back order problem and many are very upset with facebook and oculus. because some people that have ordered back in january are
still waiting. so people are still frustrated for waiting on their product and now their holding demos. may we'll see a little protest pop up here in best buy, so we'll have the see. well it's always hard to pick out just the right gift for mom, so we'll give you the top five gifts here. a trendy face product here, a bath bombs. all the coloring books and they're a hot item for creative moms. add a box of colored pencils and you're all set. turning an old memory into art comes into at number three.
a piece of jewelry is always good. recreating a funny picture here and number five, replacing something that's lost or broken. all new episodes of "back story here and here's a preview. >> trying to get the better shot and it's muddy and cold and it's dark. you can't see anything even with the lights. it is still dark, really, really, dark. >> first time i've seen a train crash up close and personal. they kept saying that it look like a scene of the "fugitive." >> 300 people were are the train at the time and they went into the water and they had to lift the people out of the windows at this location.
nine people injured and fortunately no fatalities. >> you can catch that tomorrow night. still to come, storms are bringing marble sized hail in colorado. we'll also talk about the rain and how it will affect moms' day tomorrow. that's all after the break. = 's care organic garden soil. that's some good dirt. and that's some other good stuff too.
if you're looking for something to do tomorrow, try making your mom to alameda park for the spring festival. you can enjoy arts and crafts. it's happening at the historic park district tomorrow. the start time is 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and it's free to attend. take a look at this, a strong storm bringing marble sized hail in denver. the combination of cooler air and moisture is pushing into the state and the storms are turning into tornadoes. some watches around the area and back here in the bay area, we started off the weekend with some areas actually getting rain. so joining me now, for one last chance here, you are keeping an eye on things and you promised
us a nice day for mom. >> well no pressure here, we may have some lingering showers out there tomorrow. bring the umbrella just in case. the clouds are expected to part by mid afternoon. in the 60s out at the coastline. in the next couple of days we'll see the more traditional summer-like pattern. wednesday and next weekend, this may be the last storm of the season. >> mom you can wear your hat. >> i think so. and they're about to launch a brand new 10:00 p.m. news cast and we have a new
in new york city's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad. these are their stories. five cats! kate, you want them all? i promised mrs. batchelder. you're an angel. the firemen told me it was her electric blanket. that's terrible. if you hear from her family, could you give them my number? i need to talk to them. okay. now, you take care it doesn't happen to you, dying alone like that, all pathetic. (cat meowing) she was such a sweet lady, mom. you would have liked her. where's the rosemary and the lavender? her son complained they were too pungent. they told me this would be semiprivate. oh, it's not that bad. anyway, sweetheart, you cannot keep