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walked into a meeting with the southern nevada tourism committee. it was held at the university of nevada-las vegas. alongside soccer star david beckham davis pitched the idea to move the raiders to sin city to play in a proposed $1.4 billion stadium that cools host a soccer team. davis is pledging to spend 500 million of his own money to make it happen. >> it will be a contractual commitment. in my case it will be a lifetime commitment. this was the goal when my father passed away. the number one thing was to find a stadium and find a home. that's what i'm looking to do. >> the news does not sit well with bay area fans and commissioners. at least two say they're upset and disappointed. the raiders have a one-year lease deal at the oakland coliseum that will keep them here through the upcoming season. officials say the raiders were unwilling to sit down and discuss keeping the time in oakland until the lease
agreement received final approval a couple weeks ago. >> i think it's real disingenuous. so now when he says, i want to stay in oakland, i'm not dog to take him for his word any more. >> mr. davis can stay in las vegas and we'll b completely happy. but we want the oakland raiders to stay heerp in oakland. now to the nfl draft in the fox theater where the raiders draft party is underway. this is an invite-only event involving club seat members and other vips including current and former players. the big headline tonight is that cal quarterback jared goff was the number one overall pick in the nfl draft. >> with the first pick in the 2016 nfl draft, the los angeles rams select jared goff. quarterback, california. >> how about that. jared goff picked by the los
angeles rams. he is now the new face of the franchise that just moved back to l.a. after beg in st. louis for several years. jared goff is the first overall number one pick from cal since steve bartkowski back in 1975. goff is a bay area native. his father was also a major league baseball player and is currently a firefighter in millbrae. as for the 49ers they're hosting their second annual draft party in santa clara. the event is right next-door to levi's stadium. fans are watching on the big screen tv. the free event is open to all ages. it includes music, food, and player appearances. a couple minutes ago the 49ers made their first pick. they took deforest buckner from oregon. 's 6' 7" defensive end, weighs 291 pounds. everything i've heard, he's a darn good player, and he's the 49ers number one draft pick, was the 7th pick everyall. we're going to talk to scott
reiss about deforest buckner and the fans reaction shortly. new developments in a double homicide case in the south bay. police announced today they have made two arrests in connection with the killings of a husband and wife. the suspects, the couple's two sons. the big question tonight, why. why would two sons kill their own parents. ktvu's jesse gary spoke with neighbors who say they're stunned. >> reporter: this cul-de-sac became a destination today. some drivers dropping off fresh now worse in front of the home where a horrible crime happened. no one seems to know what family drama was playing out on the inside. this woman was uncomfortable showing her face. >> they, like normal family, you know, like they live private lives and we don't get a chance to hang out with them a lot. but, i mean, they appear normal. >> reporter: appearances were deceiving. yesterday san jose police detectives arrested 22-year-old
hasib golam ran but in tracy. he is -- golam rabbi in tracy. police also arrested his younger brother. the 17-year-old was also charged with murder. police say the pair is responsible for the slaying of their parents, golam rabbi and his wife. the two were found sunday shot to death inside the family home in the 3000 block of lucas court. a source confirms at least three messages written in ink and scrawled on the floor and wall near one of the bodies. scrutiny now shifting to the younger son who neighbors and former classmates say was unusually shy and withdrawn. >> he never used to really, like, talk to people. he used to walk around by himself from what i remember. >> there is chatter here that the 17-year-old was battling some type of inner conflict. whatever the problem, one longtime resident says never know what problems families face when the doors are closed. members of the nearby islamic center are equally stunned by the developments saying they never saw me sign that any
problem in the family could lead to this kind of violence. in san jose, jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. in richmond police say they've made an tarn the killing of taken age girl on tuesday. the suspect is identified as 19- year-old brandon payne. police say they have recovered a gun. he was arrested near the home in richmond where a 16-year-old was killed. she was there bay point. police are asking for anyone with information to contact them. late this afternoon we learned the name of the apple employee who was found dead at work yesterday morning. the santa clara county coroner identified him as 25-year-old edward mckowiak. his body was found in a conference room about 8:30. the medical examiner says it was a suicide. the young man shot himself. apple released a statement about the young man's death. it said we are heart broken about the tragic loss of a
young and talented coworker. now to san francisco where doctors and nurses rallied did he planning action. they say there's a crisis at san francisco general hospital. as ktvu's rob roth tells us it all centers around mental healthcare. >> reporter: doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers gathered outside san francisco general hospital, charging the psychiatric unit is in a state of emergency. >> that means that people that are having mental crises, like suicidal ideations, they're hallucinating or hearing voices and they're schists 0 phrenic, having severe depression, they need to be sent to another hospital. >> reporter: jeanette conley says the unit frequently diverts because of staffing shortages. she says often emergency patients can't get admitted to the hospital because there is no room, leading to patients going undertreated or not treated at all.
>> these patients a lot of times come from the tent cities, from different areas in the city. >> reporter: the rally was organized by the union 1021 which is negotiating a new contract. the union says this past january the psychiatric unit was diverting patients to other hospitals 34% of the time, double what it was the previous year. >> the patients that are stuck in the psych emergency room can't move up to the psych floors because the floors are full, and the floors can't discharge the patients to proper placement due to the lack of beds. >> nurses say there are also shortages in the emergency room. they say they fear when this new er opens next month they will be forced to treat more patients but with the same amount of staff. >> we're holding patients in the emergency department longer than we need to be holding them in the emergency department when they should be going upstairs into the hospital but we don't have the staff to admit those patients. >> reporter: the san francisco public health department issued a statement disputing the
psychiatric care is in a state of emergency. quote, we do have gaps in our system of psychiatric care and we are working hard to fill those. they are primarily in the area of non accuse hospital care. shoe the nurses say they plan to take their appeal directly to san francisco mayor ed lee to argue for more money for more staffing. at san francisco general hospital, rob roth, ktvu fox 2 news. he allowed his inner trump to come ?iew. coming up, a war of words between ted cruz and former house speaker john boehner. why it all starts with something boehner said right here in the bay area. it's going to warm up around here. talked a little bit about what it's going to look like on friday. now i'm going to push forward to saturday and sun die when temperatures are going to get up there. first, a bay area high school coach behind bars. the serious allegations against her that involve a 15-year-old student. and right now a live look at
serve a search warrant. the raid ended with several people in handcuffs. police have told us the reason -- have not told us the reason for the raid but they do say that it came to a peaceful resolution. a badminton coach at san jose high school is under arrest for an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student. plea say the 21-year-old was taken into custody on a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a child underage 1. investigators say she was having an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old male student. she was backed into santa clara county jail. new at 6:00, it's been 10 years in the making. today the menlo park fair district finally dedicated a new state of the art fire station. station number 2 now open for business on university avenue in east palo alto. it's a 12,000-square-foot station that's almost three times the size of the station it replaces. it includes a number of upgrades including individual sleeping quarters, a huge
kitchen, solar panels, a shake alert for earthquakes, and many more features to help firefighters do their job. the chief says the project began before the recession but due to a lack of funding construction had to be done in phases. >> we didn't get stimulus funds which we would have like to have had. we asked for $5 million. the reality is we took a different tactic which was to do it incrementally. it tack us longer but there's no debt for the station. the station completely paid off. >> the project included the purchase of two properties next to the former fire station. the total cost was about $12 million. members of the public can check it out during an open house this saturday from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. the state of california wants pg&e to pay $90 million to cal fire to compensate for pg&e's role in that devastating butte fire last fall. ktvu's tom vacar tells us why the state feels it is entitled to so much money.
>> reporter: on the afternoon of last september 9th what would be called the butte fire exploded in amador county just east of the gold rush town of jackson. the fire raged for three weeks in amador in calaveras county, incinerating nearly 900 structures including 500 homes. it killed two people. in all, the butte fire destroyed $450 million in property. >> whether it's a utility, a private business, or a residence, if you are negligently found to have started a fire, you are responsible for paying back the general fund and the taxpayers for that fire. so we'll be working now with pg and e to recover those costs. >> reporter: three days after the fire started pg&e announced that it believed a pine tree slouched into one of its power lines touching off the fire in steerntion rugged, and bone-dry
territory. today cal fire said it would seek $90 million for its costs in fighting the fire, the largest recovery cal fire has ever sought. the state says it was pg&e's legal responsibility to abate that potential hazard. >> in this case we do believe there was negligence so we will be seeking reimbursement and to recover the cost of taxpayer dollars for well over $90 million to put out this very large and very destructive fire. >> pg&e issued a written statement saying we cooperated fully with cal fair in its investigation on the source of the ignition for the butte fire. we are committed to doing the right thing for our customers and will respond in the normal legal process. tom vacar, ktvu fox 2 news. >> a california judge has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to drain a reservoir. a judge sided with officials who strongly objected to draining the reservoir in
yosemite. it supplies drinking water to 2 million people. the suit was brought by the oakland group restore. the judge said the group's interpretation was pre-empted by the 1913 federal law that authorized the damn. restore says will appeal. the national weather service is confirming a tornado outside of modesto. it touched down yesterday in the town of waterford. the good news, no one was injured. the weather service said the tornado was an ef-0. that's the lowest intensity. even though the wind speeds were more than 65 miles per hour. a school bus driver captured debris flying around op her cell phone, startling her and her students. >> and we told them just close your eyes, put your head down a little bit, because we didn't know what was going to go on. we didn't want nothing, you know, coming towards us, the bus, the windows, or anything like that. >> the tornado uprooted a eucalyptus tree and knocked out
power to schools. a fence and greenhouse were also damaged. both schools were closed today as a result. to our weather now as we take a live look at the conditions at the golden gate bridge. a beautiful day outside around the bay area. clear as can be. let's go to chief meteorologist bill mar in the weather center for the latest on the forecast. >> a beautiful day julie and frank. warmer tomorrow and more beautiful, if will you. it's going to be a perfect day tomorrow and right into the weekend, with temperatures on the increase to the point where they could be in the upper 80s as we head into sunday. meantime these are the highs from today. you know your highs tomorrow are going to be a little bit warmer than these. so we're going to see a lot up offer 70s and a few low 80s. the winds have died down a little. still breezy. i've seen some gusts at the airport over 30 miles per hour. radars are spinning. it's dry out there. at this time yesterday we had the severe weather in the valley. we had that waterspout up in the lake. 71 now in fairfield, 70 walnut creek. tomorrow at?
time when you come back, these numbers will all be a good five degrees warmer. let's take a look. tomorrow morning, clear, forecast highs, you're looking at temperatures mostly in the 60s and 70s. those are yellows. the oranges are 80s. so we're dog see some low 80s tomorrow. as we move beyond this we're going to see temperatures even warmer. i'll see you back here after the break and we'll talk about the five-day forecast and that significant warm-up. >> thank you bill. former house speaker calls a presidential candidate the devil. >> interesting thing is, he said that i never worked with. i've never worked with john boehner. >> in 10 minutes, the new war of words between ted cruz and john boehner. >> reporter: i'm scott reiss live in santa clara. the 49ers have made their pick. we'll show you how these fans reacted right after this.
>> reporter: frank, obviously a lot of anticipation for fans of a team that, let's be honest, rebuilding. they've got a lot of needs on both sides of the ball. there was a lot of talent on that draft board. about 15 minutes ago the commissioner made the announcement. >> the san francisco 49ers select deforest buckner. >> reporter: what was the reaction? you could pretty much see for yourself, the fans going crazy. most of them expected that buckner might be the guy. after all, he made sense on several levels, not the least of which, as frank mentioned, chip kelly, the 49ers coach, was the university of oregon coach in 2012 when deforest buckner was a freshman. he is a big-time pass rusher. 10 and a half sacks last year. unlike eric armstead who was the first-round pick a year ago this guy is nfl ready.
he can step in tomorrow and be a quality pass rusher. the consensus is a solid building block for a 49er defense. a lot of work with the upcoming picks, unless they make a trade they will not have another selection today. rounds two and three tomorrow. four through seven on saturday, and we will hear from both chip kelly and the 49ers gm. they're scheduled to address the media around 9:00 tonight. of course we will have that for you tonight on the 10:00 news. guys. >> so scott, there are a couple of other huge sports stories. jared goff obviously going number one overall to the rams. but also, raiders owner mark davis saying he wants to take the team to las vegas. what do you think of that? do you think that the raiders really are going to go to las vegas? >> reporter: i tell you, it's tough to digest that that's actually a possibility. we've heard las vegas ban dayed about -- ban deed -- banedded
about -- bandied about for years now. at the very least i think we now need to start paying attention to the very real possibility they will wind up there. a lot has to happen between now and then, i still, frank, to answer your question, have a lot of faith in the city of oakland and the fans joke land to do whatever it takes to keep this team here. i do believe this is where the raiders belong. >> i think they belong here, too, but scott, do you think this could be a bargaining chip? the nfl has always said no team is going to play in las vegas because of obviously the gambling. do you see the owners finally allowing a team to go there? >> reporter: well, ultimately the almighty dollar is a pretty big daily, or so i'm told. there's a lot of money to be made with a franchise in southern nevada. will the owners allow it? i don't know. i think it's too early to say. obviously this thing has some legs because we keep getting deeper into the process, and
las vegas has been the one constant in terms of possible landing spots. again, a long way to go but what i figured a year ago was probably not a real possibility now looks like could happen. that scott, thanks very much. and stay with ktvu for continuing coverage on the nfl draft. sports director mark ibanez will bring us the latest in sports. we're also posting updates on facebook, twitter, and on our ktvu mobile app. california's high-speed rail board met to discuss another revision to the first section of the planned route between sap jose and the central valley. the board is expected to approve this revision. it calls for a $64 billion approach that sends the train from the central valley to the san jose area before it heads to southern california. the first section of track is scheduled to be finished by 2025. the original idea was to have the train run between the central valley and southern california. but the board said the san jose stop could ensure that at least part of the track will be done with the money available.
>> protesters rallied outside google head quarters today. they're calling on google to with draw its republican continue sent of donald trump. they say corporation spontaneousership is to gain access to power. >> if that power this year in the republican party is power that's aligned with racism and things, yeah, we think it's fine to hurt that foundationer and to not -- fund that power and not fund it. >> no word if google l will
comply drops its funding. >> john bainer has givencalled donald trump lucifer in the flesh. >> he allowed his inner trump to come out. >> it didn't take long to ted cruz to refer to comments of bainer. bainer called him quote lucifer in the flesh and said i've never worked with a more miserable son of a blank. >> i've never worked with john bainer. truth of the matter, i don't know the man. >> donald trump is in indiana hustling for votes and scoring points with