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prosecutors dropping charges against jussie smollett. city officials are furious. >> do i think justice was served, no. >> they still insist his hate crime story was a hoax. and major league baseball takes action against larry baer following an altercation with his wife caught on camera. a confirmed case of measles in the bay area and concerned that many others may have been exposed. health officials say a tourist visited several places in santa clara county. welcome to the 4 this afternoon. >> this raising the risk of infection amongst those who have not been vaccinated.
>> reporter: good afternoon, guys. public health officials say they have teams out right now contacting businesses in places where this man visited. they say he is the tours who contracted measles outside of the us and then came here. you see we have a map up dating back to march 16. the unidentified man went to nearly 2 dozen places around santa clara county as represented by the dots on the map. officials say it is difficult to pin down exact times, but have given windows when they believe the traveler was at these locations. the locations range from an ihop on n. 1st st. in san jose early on the 16th, a few hours later the hoover tower observation deck on the stanford campus from 12:30 pm- 3:30 pm. that night the macy's store at the mall in santa clara. four days later on the 20th he
ate at a restaurant on s. 2nd st., not far from the san jose state campus. officials say santa clara county has a high inoculation rate, but those who have not gotten the shot are vulnerable to infection. >> the likelihood that measles was spread to another person is low. however, we wanted people to know that if they were in one of these places at specific times they might have been exposed. >> reporter: measles is a highly contagious virus that has been prevented through vaccinations. symptoms start with a fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat, followed by a rash that spreads all over the body. officials stress if you believe that you are infected do not, i stress again, do not go to your
healthcare provider. call them on the phone. they will need time to set up a quarantines area where they can have you evaluated. do not go, call and let them prepare for your arrival. we will put this information up on our website at kutv.com. will have more coming up in the next hour. for now we are alive in san jose. stunning new developments in chicago in the criminal case against jussie smollett. prosecutors dropping the charges against him police say filed a false report. as matt fan tells us leaders are blasting the prosecutor's decision. >> reporter: in a surprise turn of events prosecutors have dropped all charges against jussie smollett. he had been accused of staging a fake hate crime and says he still stands by his story.
>> i have been truthful and consistent on every level since day one. i will not be my mother son if i was capable of one drop of what i was accused of. >> reporter: after the investigation empire producers decided to remove them from the final two episodes of the current season. he told police he was attacked by two men walking home late at night. his report included a chemical substance poured on him and a rope looped around his neck. >> i have no idea what occurred or why in this case. i could just say things seem to spiral somewhat out of control. we have gotten to a result that is the right result. >> jussie smollett is still saying that he is innocent, still running down the chicago police department, how dare him. >> reporter: two brothers were arrested in february, but released. the decision take some of the legal pressure off of jussie smollett, but opens the question of guilt or innocence. legal experts more we -- say a lack of evidence may have been
a factor. >> it is the result of extraordinary lawyers or a realization of defect and evidence. >> reporter: jussie smollett for fitting is $10,000 bond that he pay to initially get out of jail. certainly surprised a lot of people. let's talk more with our legal analyst. are you surprised? >> as a prosecutor, as the government, you not only have to do justice, but give the appearance of doing justice. this is not the appearance. what does everyone think? they took $10,000 from him, his bail. so if you have money they take it and they will dismiss the charge against you? what the governor and prosecutor has to do is unify the cameras and explain line item by line item why they
dismiss this case. >> you bring up an interesting point because they are not saying a whole lot. however, they say after reviewing the facts and circumstances of the case including jussie smollett volunteer service in the community and agreement to forfeit his bond, the city of the chicago believe the outcome is a just disposition and appropriate resolution. that is the state attorney's office. >> absolutely not. they may be right in lack of evidence, but from everything that i have seen and heard there is not lack of evidence here. they have also painted the community, they have affected thecommunity when he said it was a hate crime. now when hate crimes are recorded it is is this was serious or not? he has affected a lot of people. to hear that they took his money, he had no record. so therefore we are going to dismiss this? no. you look to the evidence. this is a high profile guy. the country now thinks you have
a lot of money, you are famous, the government is afraid to go against you because you bring a lot of high-powered lawyers in. when i was a prosecutor you bring in high power lawyers and there were a bunch of us that will go up and say let me beat these guys. >> the optics are bad. rahm emanuel.'s, the police chief furious. he said if it was him he will want his day in court and he recall when jussie smollett and his attorney said we want this to go to trial. we want cameras in the courtroom so that i can vindicate myself. the police chief said they brokered a deal to circumvent justice. >> absolutely, from what i have seen in this case, when they make those pontifications, the defense gets up there and says i want my day in court, that is all smoke.
when you get a deal like this why would you take a chance? do you say, listen, we want our day in court. we are going to dismiss this case, let's go and take a chance on a jury. you don't do that. you're going to keep $10,000, is pocket change to that guy. you are going to keep his money and dismiss the case? thank you very much. we are out of here. >> do you think the state attorney general's office will in fact do more explaining? >> i would hope they would. if i am the governor or chief of police i am in the office and if i have to break down doors i'm going explain it to me. let me know what happen here.
you get the chief and the mayor against you, believe me when you are ada and they are very sensitive to the police department. in alameda county da very sensitive. they want them back in elections. they want to say we backed the da. she will not get that backing now, something went on here. i don't know. by the way i heard the judge knew his nephew. >> i had not heard that. thank you so much. 16 felony charges. >> it is wrong because they are not explaining it. search and rescue crews off the coast continued their search at this hour for a man who went missing while swimming overnight. we spoke to officials about the
search underway. >> a coast guard helicopter scan the rocky waters looking for any sign of a 28-year-old man who had gone missing in the water. police say around 3:30 am tyler collins decided to go for a swim in the ocean. the group was visiting and staying at the nearby lighthouse hotel. comments in at least one friend went into the water. they were about just the when they started to fill a strong undercurrent. one of them got out, collins never made it back to shore. >> we used infrared devices and walked on foot and were unable to locate anyone in the water or who had come to shore. we contacted the coast guard, they came out with a boat and a helicopter and they are continuing the search at this point. >> by 5 am the helicopter have been employed along with a 40 foot vessel. the missing swimmers friends
stayed on the beach silent and staring at the ocean. >> the surf was very rough. it was a low tide. i think it is just starting to come in right now. the water is very cold as well. very difficult conditions. >> signs warned of the dangers and even though surfers frequent the south end of the shore, locals know this is not the beach for recreational swimming. >> it is just dangerous. there is a lot of cross waves. it is not good. >> police say the coast guard will continue those search efforts throughout the day. in the meantime police have sent out a missing persons bulletin with collins picture and description to all agencies along the northern carolina -- california coast. police in sunnydale say they do not expect fall play in a fall -- fall play -- foul
play in a case where a child fell. investigators say the boy landed on the concrete below and was rushed to the hospital where he remains in serious condition. >> the district attorney's office was notified and was in a joint investigation with us as well. the department of child and family services were also notified as part of the investigation. >> investigators will not provide further details. s. a new development in the crash of two boeing 737 aircraft, pilots and one crash has seconds to try to fix the problem politely led to the disaster. the aviation experts talk to us about the new information. larry beria suspended without pay, here when anti-
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organization and the leak in our live with more. >> reporter: for years larry baer has been the face of the giants front office, but now he has been suspended without pay. you would often see him here at the ballpark, but he cannot return to the giants until the first of but he cannot return to the giants until 1 july. while oracle part gets ready for their final expedition game major league baseball announced that larry baer is suspended without pay for the next three months. the mlb commissioner said he spoke with him and then issued the following statement. ing statement. the suspension comes after this physical altercation between he and his wife earlier this month in which she fell off the
chair. the incident was captured on cell phone video. he has been on voluntary leave of absence and in a statement he's at the following. ng. the director had written to major league baseball to take the matter seriously and feels that mlb did just that. >> it seems like a reasonable amount of time. i think it is meaningful. i think that the unpaid suspension is a good issue. >> most of what is coming out of this is that the mlb is serious about leadership and
accountability. that it definitely wants to move forward in a constructive way and in a responsible way. it is about setting a higher standard for officers of these organizations. >> reporter: the giants issued the following statement. t. the commissioners also ordered him to have counseling and treatment. as for his wife, anti-domestic violence advocates hope she too is receiving help. larry baer will be allowed to return as president and ceo, but some of his duties will be changing. it is unclear if he will remain the face of the giants front office. >> i guess that will be determined once the suspension is over in july. here is a look at the weather today. >> it has been really nice. we had a break and we got some
sunshine. i actually sat outside with my lunch today. here we are taking and live look. some fluffy clouds out there, but this morning we got some bright sunshine. of course you can see the green from all of the rain that we have been getting. that is the benefit of the rain, which i know everyone is a little sick of. 60 degrees right now in san francisco. we have warmed up today. take a look at this. this is a current look at storm tracker. notice that we are starting to see moisture role land. it mostly stayed to the south, but now we are starting to see a difference. a few sprinkles could be showing up courtesy of a low- pressure system off the coast. this one does not have its act together quite as much as the last one. that is why we will see a hint of rain tonight and scattered showers as we go throughout the next two days.
overnight tonight will see the heavier rain with this system. tomorrow we will see more scattered varieties and pops here and there. taking a look at futurecast, this is about midnight tonight. you start to see some of the moisture role again to the north bay. look at 4 am, that is when we are seeing the origin the yellow. by 10 am it is really a scattered variety. remember, it means we will have wet roadways for your commute tomorrow morning and a little rain. later in the afternoon and early in the evening we catch another break. you can see it there, we will even get a little sunshine and before little more rolled in. a very scattered variety as we go through thursday. the thursday one is one of those is it is going to rain could just rain. all told we're talking half an inch to three quarters of an inch up in the north then and a little less as you move to points south. our rain will be returning as temperatures stand the upper
40s and low 50s. again, the north then is where you will see the most. those clouds will turn into a little sunshine as we work our way to the 60 degree high and the gate clearing as we go into the afternoon. we'll talk about your weekend forecast when i come back in just a few moments. nt boeing has been testing the automated system linked to the crashes of two boeing 737 max aircraft in less than one year. the simple explanation as it stands is the larger more forward part of the engine can cause the plane to pitch up, bowing install sensors that automatically move the stabilizer up to push the nose back down. the new york times is reporting testing found pilots in the lion aircraft had less than 40 seconds to override the automated system to avert disaster when one of the sensors failed. joining me now to talk about what was discovered here in this testing is former pilot
captaindean. what is happening in the 40 seconds inside of that cockpit at this time? >> i couldn't believe they had the accident. i have flown 40 different kinds. they all work the same. there is a wheel in the cockpit beside each pilots leg. it moves when the stabilizer moves. we practice in every simulator, we practice having that stabilizer right away when we didn't want it to. there are three ways you can shut it off very easily. you grab the wheel and stop it, two switches you can turn it off. by the pilot switch on the control column.
every pilot i know has been trained on this. it is incomprehensible to me that two pilots did not know the most basic and fundamental procedure for stabilizers. >> this automated system was meant to keep the aircraft safer, but it seems the pilots were unfamiliar. how is it possible that such a critical system, how can a pilot be unfamiliar? we point the finger at? what you think? >> i think the system has to be repaired with its software, but the procedure, when that stabilizer does run away on its own it is very simple. you just turn off two switches and you pull the handle and you can fly. the one with lion air, the same thing happened the day prior, it was a pilot on the jumpseat that told him what to do.
again, we practice this twice a year, this very scenario. >> how do you think the pilots had no idea about this particular system and what needs to be done? how is that possible? >> i do not understand why they did not know the simple procedure to stop it, turn off two switches and you are flying normally. that is why i said the first time i talked about this that i would ride any boeing 737 max trained by a us company. >> do you think us companies will be more likely to know about this particular issue? >> i know that our training is outstanding. i put this down as a training incident that those pilots were not aware of the system. it is the most fundamental safety system we have learned in flying a boeing.
>> we know southwest, american and united are all a part of the testing going on at boeing in washington dc. thank you so much for your insight. >> you are welcome. are welcome. with the robert mueller investigation complete republicans and democrats are working to shift the focus and control the message going forward. how each side of the aisle is reacting today. be sure to tune in tonight for masterchef jr. at 8 and then tune in for the 10:00 news and 11:00 news right here on kutv.
in washington today the subject quickly turn on the robert mueller report to healthcare. this as the trump administrator -- administration that it agrees the affordable care act should be declared unconstitutional. >> if upheld millions could be left without health insurance. democrats quickly push back. >> the president to a bit of a victory lap on capitol hill during a meeting with republicans, the democrats are determined to get the full mueller report release. the president visited capitol hill to rather republicans. the meeting comes two days after the attorney general reported no obstruction or collusion by the president or his campaign.
>> it was proven very strongly no collusion, no nothing. >> the president ready to put the investigation behind him that the gop will have a new message. >> the republican party will soon be known as the party of healthcare. >> democrats are trying to focus the message on healthcare. >> the republicans want to take away healthcare from tens of millions of americans again. >> the department of justice announcing it will no longer defend the affordable care act in court, agreeing with a lower court ruling that the law is unconstitutional. >> the department of justice have become the department of injustice. >> healthcare is being overshadowed by new efforts to impeach the president. fox news has learned george papadopoulos has formally asked the president for a pardon.
he pleaded guilty as part of the molar probe. he told foxnews if granted i will be honored to accept it. t. the pentagon allocates another $1 billion for the president border wall. democrats are calling the move a pet project. the latest back and forth next. a study looking at the effects of medical marijuana on american workers over the age of 50. we'll talk live to the author of the study to learn more about the finding.
today about to overturn the president's veto on the order wall emergency came up short in washington. the pentagon has given the go- ahead to shift $1 billion of funding to build 57 miles of fencing. the active defense secretary claims the move will not affect other military priorities. >> military construction on the board will not come at the expense of our people, readiness or modernization. >> patrick shanahan is in the hot seat answering questions about allocating $1 billion in funding from the pentagon to construct portions of the president border wall. in a letter to kirstjen nielsen shanahan says the money will support her agency's request to build 57 miles of 18 foot high fencing within the yuma and el paso sections of the border wall. 10 democrats critical of the move writing we have serious concerns that the partner -- department has allowed medical
interference to come ahead of critical readiness issues facing our military. >> to look at the pentagon as a piggy bank that you can simply go in and grab money for something when you need it really undermines the credibility of the entire dod budget. >> the battle over border wall funding coming at the house failed to override the president's veto. the president can now shift an additional $3.6 billion for military construction projects. the pentagon says the initial $1 billion used to pay for border fencing come from an army personnel account. that money had not been spent because the army was short by about 6000 recruits last year. by kamala harris is unveiling her first major policy push as a presidential candidate. she outlined today how she would rapidly increase teacher pay as president. she has promised spending $350 billion to help close the pay
gap over the next 10 years if she were elected. the goal is to give the average teacher a $13,000 pay increase during her first term. senator harris says she will also make helping low income schools as well as minority schools and teachers top priority. oklahoma has reached a multimillion dollar settlement in the maker of oxycodone. it is with purdue pharma in the family who owns the company. the attorney general suit accusing the company of aggressively marketing. over two thirds of at $270 million will go toward a new national addiction treatment and study center at oklahoma state university. >> the addiction crisis facing our state and nation is a clear and present danger. we are doing something about it. >> oklahoma is the first of several states to accuse drug companies of causing the opioid epidemic. statistics from 2017 show nearly 50,000 americans die
from opioid -related overdoses and that you're alone. by san francisco police have made an arrest in a money- laundering investigation. investigators say two men are charged with four counts each of illegal cultivation and conspiracy in connection with the case. according to police the 3400 marijuana plants were found growing inside of four homes in the ingleside neighborhood. they also seized three vehicles and $11,000 in cash. by there is new research looking at medical marijuana, aging workers and productivity. the more i am joined by the author of this new study, an associate and professor with johns hopkins school of public health. she joins me now on the phone from baltimore, maryland, thank you for being here. you survey 100,000 americans 51 and over, talk a little bit about what you found.
>> thanks so much for having me. we conducted a large study of older adults in the united states and we looked at what has happened when their states past medical marijuana laws making it legal for adults certain medical conditions to access medical marijuana. we found that among older adults who had one or more qualifying conditions that would enable them to use medical marijuana, after the state passed the law there was a decline in the prevalence of pain of about 5% and also in the qualifying group there was an increase in hours worked and a greater likelihood, about 6% more likely to be working full- time as opposed to part-time. there has been very little work on the effects of medical marijuana for older adults even though this is a very important patient population. more than half of older adults
have at least one medical condition that will qualify for medical marijuana. we found that when we studied the effects of the loss we found those reductions in pain and improvement. >> so you found there was pain relief and also that they were more productive at work. what do you believe these results, i'm guessing that you believe these results point to why so many baby boomers are using medical marijuana? >> right. we think these things could come from, certainly there is a lot of work demonstrating increased use of medical marijuana within this age group. there may also be substitution away from opioid medications, which make it hard to work. at the same time it is also possible that the availability
of a new treatment prompted more patients to go to the doctor and get relief. >> you mentioned those seeking out medical marijuana were doing so to treat some sort of symptom. do you know what a majority of those americans over the age of 50 were using medical marijuana to treat? >> the most commonly cited reason for using medical marijuana is pain relief. >> are you talking arthritis or things like that? >> it could be arthritis, it could be another type of chronic pain. it could be injury related. in our study there were also people who would qualify for use because of cancer treatment, or glaucoma, and there are a number of other conditions that frequently
qualify for use in many states. >> we appreciate you taking the time. we will wait to see if the findings of your study due in fact impact any sort of medical marijuana legislation in other states across the country. thank you so much. >> thank you. is it too much of a good thing with apple now getting into the streaming business there are many options and it can be overwhelming to some consumers. we take a look at streaming fatigue. >> they are messing up. people just want to be subscribed just in case. >> hulu, disney, apple, amazon just some of the big name players in an incredibly crowded field. the 300 streaming sites to choose from it is no wonder some are feeling fatigue. p castle at the same survey we did which claims 69% of consumers are subscribers to at
least one streaming service, but 47% experience fatigue. he explains that is due to the financial burden of keeping up with the services and the endless service of content that speaks to you and the security risk of joining more than one platform. >> the more services you have your services in the more risk there is to you. >> what is interesting is that more binge watches enjoy more platforms in the rate of pay for tv subscribers remain unchanged. d. >> that is really a personal option. . it is the winter that just will not end. coming up next, how people are gearing up for yet another round of snow. we are going to be
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>> we show how folks in the sierras are coping with the snow. >> i would like to do something else besides dig out every day. >> for the past couple of weeks this man has been playing an exhaustive game of snow shoveling. >> my blower broke down the last couple of days of the last big storm and left me about 8 feet behind. >> slowly but surely he has been chipping away at the snow, the more is on the way. >> are you done with this? >> for this season i am. >> although spring is here you couldn't tell by the snow tunnels in soda springs. the walls of frozen powder remain 10 feet high in some spots. brian bosak travels the world snowboarding during the winter. he says no matter where he goes
the sierra snow amounts remain the most impressive eocene. >> tahoe definitely has more snow than anywhere i have been this winter. we have more than anyone. >> asked for the snow coming this week, caltrans says they will be fully staffed with the rest that operators. they also will not have to deal with weekend crowds while plowing interstate 80. >> it makes it a lot easier as far as safety goes. it triples and quadruples travel time for those traveling on the interstate. >> folks have had it up to here with the snow. here in the bay area, finally a nice day out there. it was nice today to get a
little sunshine. when i walked out this morning i thought good. we are going to have more of that in our future, but not necessarily tonight. it has been pretty warm out there, take a look at your temperatures right now. ht now. that is about 5-10 degrees warmer than it was about 24 hours ago. check out fairfield, 10 degrees warmer right now than this time yesterday. we have had a nice temperature run. the wind is relatively calm, we have a little out there. taking a live look at storm track or two and you can see we are starting to get a few pops on the radar showing moisture rolling in. earlier today we had it a little further south, but now starting to track him. as you go throughout the night we are going to see a little more as the cloud cover moves in. we have the next system rolling through bringing showers yet
again. we have a little rain fatigue going on. tonight the heaviest rain will be concentrated mostly in the north bay overnight. scattered showers for wednesday and thursday before we head toward the weekend. tonight the rain returns as we look out for upper 40s and low 50s across the bay area. as we time it out here comes the rain, scattered showers rolling in. as we look to the 2-3-4 time behavior push comes in. this is 5:00 on wednesday. we will get some brakes and there also. i think if we see sunshine it will be later in the afternoon. scattered showers stick with us right through our thursday until the end of the day and then it starts to clear out setting us up for a really nice friday. by the time we had the friday morning and friday afternoon now we are talking. we are showing you pictures of the sierras. as of 11 pm tonight they will
be under a winter storm warning, looking out for another 2 feet of snow as we start to see those snow levels drop. travel will be very treacherous. they're asking you to try not to do that on wednesday and thursday. if you do, be prepared to break out the chains and have a rough ride of it. how much snow have we gotten? we have gotten a lot. we are above 150% from the northern, central and southern sierra. you can see the snow water equivalent to the 40 inch mark. we are up here at 44. we are going to be adding to those totals. here we go with a little spring snow one more time. your five day forecast shows we will be looking out for showers tomorrow. scattered showers on thursday as well. it is going to be friday before we start to feel the effects of a pattern change. notice we really warm-up heading toward the weekend. it is looking right now like the weekend will be lovely. i think the friday will be the
seller day to get outside. saturday partly cloudy, a 68 degree day is not bad. sunday also looking pretty good. we are ready for a break and i am happy to deliver it. now we have a look at the stories that we are working on for 5. there is something lurking in the water off the coast? >> a close encounter, a great white shark moves within feet of bay area surfers. see the video and hear the story for the man who came to the rescue coming up. and how one local law enforcement department reached out to the community and kids in particular. >> student got a firsthand look at what it is like to be a alameda county sheriff deputy. coming up tonight, their reaction to the job in training. we are working on the stories and much more coming up at the top of the hour. coming out right here, apple's announcement yesterday shows the silicon valley giant
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for the fourth time this year a measles case in the bay area. a tourist visited 19 locations the south bay this month. good evening. tonight, the santa clara county public health department is going to those 19 south bay locations including a mall, grocery store and restaurants. they are warning business owners and managers about the tourist infected with the measles who recently visited. ktvu south reporter joining us live from san jose, jesse? >> reporter: alex, good afternoon to you, the public health director says the county was notified of the case of measles over the weekend, they spent the next couple of days of compolaroiding a list of places this tourist visited -- compiling a list of the places this tourist visited. >> measles are a reported condition. those that confirm it call us at the health department right away. that is per health regulations.
>> reporter: public health director says that dating back to march 16th, the unidentified man went to two dozen places around santa clara county as represent by the dots on the map. the officials say he contracted it outside of the states and then came here to see the sights. >> they have given windows of time when the traveler was at these locations, it is from an ihop on north 1st street early on the 16th and a few hours later the hoover tower observation deck. from 12:30-3:30 that afternoon. then, macy's store in santa clara, four days later, on the 20th, he ate at a tie restaurant on south 2nd street not far from the campus. >> if you are one of the few not prte