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. ♪ nbc bay area news starts now. >> right now, 11 clr:0011:00, w excessive force? the questionable death of an inmate that santa clara jail. >> and on the wrong side of the law tonight. search warrants have been served at the homes of three officers. there are lots of questions about how an inmate died while
in their custody. >> and here with more exclusive details frum s from a story tha continues to unravel. >> we learned that the man who died last thursday had a long history of mental illness. according to this document from santa clara superior court, the man's name is michael tiry, he was 31 years old. and tyree weighed just 150 pounds. he was being housed on the special needs floor of the jail. someone said he had wounds consistent with a physical beating with lacerations to his liver and spleen. the autopsy report has yet to be released. and when they went to check on him an hour later, he was unresponsive and later declared
dead. him and two officers got into a confrontati confrontation. the irony, he was in santa clara's jail on a petty theft misdemeanor, where he had been sentenced to just five days in jail after pleading no contest. and he had finished his jail term. he was well known in the court and jail community. in fact, he had been arrested on these very same charges and given the same five days in jail just last april. this time, he was waiting to be transferred to momentum crisis treatment center here in the area. in fact, he last appeared before mental health court steve manly just a few days before the incident and told the judge that time he was doing fine. different sources tell me that search warrants have been served on the officer's homes and that
one of the officers have had multiple excessive force complaints. and his sister told us that the family was not ready to talk about this yet. santa clara sheriff's office told us quote we are working around the clock on this case and it is an ongoing investigation. we will also be staying on this case and bring you the latest as we learn it. i'm steven stock, nbc bay area news. thank you. there's a lot going on, even at this hour. if you have a tip for our investigative unit call us at this number or go to nbcbayarea.com. new video you're about to see is just one reason why they want to fire turner construction from a major construction
project. did you see that? it's an explosion and it happened as crews were installing a steam pipe last year. it was reportedly captured by an on site person. they suspect the construction company neglected work at the hospital site to finish its other high profile site, levi stadium, on time. and they're denying those allegations. the system failed our sister and at this point, no one is taking responsibility, accountability and nothing has changed. >> sadinous has now turn under to anger. the 32-year-old was gunned down on pier 14. an undocumented immigrant with a checkered history is the prime suspect. today, filed a claim against the
share sheriff's, immigration, and they say each is responsible for the death, beginning with the release of juan lopez sanchez. >> we're here for every citizen that comes to san francisco. and to brad's point, if you think this can't happen to you, think again. >> now, the styly family says this is a comedy of errors. the gun used to kill kate was stolen from officers. this is a widespread problem. and jean, this is part of the story that many people don't know about. >> reporter: it turns out people are stealing guns issued to law enforcement pretty regularly. and it's happening more often than aio think. >> the gun was stolen or taken in clear violation of
regulation. >> their legal team says a blm ranger in san francisco broke the rules when he left his gun in his car and they require a gun to be unloaded and locked up. but attorneys say the loaded gun was left in the bag and stolen. >> the gun was actually placed in a backpack and that backpack was in plain view. >> reporter: since the gun was stolen and used to kill, someone stole a hayward police officer's gun in oakland. and another had a gun stolen and styly's father said it's a dangerous trend. >> do they not care or are we out of control here? dwrb thi i think it's a little bit of everything. >> reporter: thieves are getting
cars in home break ins and car break ins. in the least five years, nine have reported having a firearm stolen from their home. and former bart police says wen's storage policies vary but in the wake of violence, there should be clarity. >> it's a good time and always to look at their policies when you see a rash of incidents where they could harden their policies and require their guns be locked. well, new at 11:00, tonight, a job interview takes a turn for the worst. they say a prospective male model was meeting this guy. they say frisco grabbed him and molested him. this happened last week and they're asking other victims to come forward. and this one took place at a
uc berkley library. today, campus police are being tight lipped. all they tell us is that before 1:00 this morning, a woman told police she had been groped. they didn't say what particulate -- part of the library it happenedalit alitt. athorts searched the home of fifer. he retired from teaching in lafayette. investigators say thus far, there isn't any evidence to suggest that any of his former students were victimized. and pg&e is looking to collect an additional $2.7 billion. and it will be used for improved disaster response and technology
upgraded. if they agree, your bill could go up $4 in 2017. and it's happening on tracks in counties all akrauz the bay area. oil being transported via trains that run by schools. is that safe and what happens if something goes wrong and a train dera derails? and terry, you saw that report tonight? >> reporter: yeah, we got ahold of it a day earlier than that public and it says right now, more than 50,000 bay area students go to school within a mile of the tracks that carry these oil tanker trains and you could add more if additional routes are approved. take a look at this map released tonight by the oakland based center for biological diversity. it shows tracks running through
santa clara, and oakland counties. the red, schools within a half mile. >> i found the number of children that go to school within one mile of current oil train routes, staggering. >> reporter: and this one in west virginia in 2014 and now there are plans to increase train traffic. and it's not just the valume, it's the type of oil. >> one of them is from north dakota and it's highly explosive. and in northern california, the bay area, that's been the primary type of crude that we've seen. >> the association of american railroads says they're spending more money on implementing lower speeds, increasing track
inspections and track-side safety inspections. >> it won't be a question of if, it is a question of when it will happen. >> reporter: and the center for biological diversity says the solution is a moratorium because there is no safe way to transport oil via train. it was the most emotional trip and it was something that i'll never forget. >> still ahead, would you want to meet the family of grandfath grandfather's killer? and finding out how old your heart really is. we'll have the new report. and a ceo of one of sillicon valley's most notable companies. and i'm meteorologist, jeff ranieri, we'll have details on
she's standing her ground.. the clerk in kentucky continues to defy the supreme court. she won't issue major licenses to same-sex couples. >> why are you not issuing major licenses today? >> because i'm not. >> under whose authority? >> under god's authority. >> you can hear that heated exchange between davis and this was her first day back after the supreme court ordered her to handout marriage licenses to all. she faces steep fines and even jail time.
davis and her six daepueputies appear in court on thursday. and still no sign of a man accused of killing a police officer in northern illinois. the hunt is in its 16th hour. the officer was killed this morning about an hour north of downtown chicago. they're only described as two white men and a black man. he was a veteran and father and husband. and they can now move forward with a class action lawsuit with the drive company. there are restrictions to the lawsuit. only uber x black and uber suv drivers can join the lawsuit. they must have driven for california at any time before august of 2009. and if they win, uber will be forced to pay insurance, and gas
for the vehicle that they drive. investors are keeping a close eye on asian markets right now. stocks are mostly down as the wednesday trading day comes to a close there. and it's causing a downward slide here in the u.s. the dow finished down and the s & p finished low also. sillicon valley is buzzing about maternity leave. you might recall the last time she had a child, she returned in about two weeks. she announced her baby news and work plans on social media. the twin girls are due in december. and while some applaud her dedication, some say by not taking advantage of yahoo's
materni maternity sleeve, she's showing that the job is more important. >> she's expected to take another relatively short leave. and there are still emotional wounds. a bay area man is taking an unlikely trip to japan hoping to heal the wounds from world war ii. >> ian. >> reporter: and that man's grandfather was killed during the war and like many, they didn't know what happened and certainly didn't know who did it until a few weeks ago. >> he was serving in a british navy when a kamikaze pilot flew right into him. both hingens and the pilot were killed. >> george was the only person that died but in doing so, he
saved the lives of his gun crew. >> reporter: it meant he would never meet his grandfather. >> i missed out on my grandfather and my father certainly missed having a father. >> reporter: last month, japanese media covered the story on particulate of their coverage of the 70th anniversary. >> it suddenly made everything real. >> the two families agreed to meet and last week, the hinkins travelled to japan. >> we felt something momentous was going to happen. is. >> reporter: at a mansion design bo ed by a british architect, they met. >> regardless which side of the war they were on, these two men,
they sacrificed their lives to defend their countries. >> reporter: he documented the experience, the moment. two families torn apart by war were connected once again. >> the ability to reach out your hand and shake the hand of the brother of the pilot, it connected me to my grandfather 70 years just vanished and i felt for a moment that i'd connected to that time that he existed. >> reporter: ian coal, nbc bay area news. >> forgiveness is a powerful gift. >> very nice. thank you, ian. and let's bring in jeff ranieri with our microclimate forecast. >> and we're tracking winds of 13. and that's all due to the fog at the immediate coast line.
once again, those low clouds starting to spread into san francisco. and not only that but possibly isolated drizzle. and the south bay starting off with 59. the largest change we'll have as we head through wednesday is rain for washington and oregon, for the bay area, no rainfall expected for wednesday but we will get some of the cool air and that should give everyone a cooler day from san rosa and thinking about your labor day weekend? well, let's get a look. we'll have a region of high pressure building just off shore but with the storm track just to the north as well, it's going to get warmer and 100's will stay out of the way again. and as we head throughout wednesday, check this out, san jose looking at 79 degrees.
and morgan hill, 81. and throughout peninsula, the cold wind and that will put us at 67 degrees. and palo alto, we'll have you at 76. and 70 throughout the mission. but the fog will be lingering near the golden gate bridge. and we drop out of the upper 80s tomorrow about a four to eight degree drop for the interior valley. and that will put danville at a very nice 83. and up in wine country, we'll have a 80 expected in napa. this weekend we talked also about that hotter weather and it looks like by sunday and monday, we'll see the warmer temperatures. this hotter weather coming our way may have you thinking about el nino and our rain prospects.
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american's hearts are older than their actual chronological age. they found that a man's heart is almost eight years older than his chronological age and a woman's is about five 1/2 years older. they're using this information to help people cut down on habits that might be prematurely aging your heart. and mcdonald's is saying, go ahead, have it your way. breakfast will now be served all day. for decades, they only offered those yummy mcmuff nins in the morning. mcdonald's says they hope it will help reverse slumping sales. and get ready for the super bowl in san jose. yes, now, both super bowl teams are coming to the center p. and the game is in santa clara, and the parties are in san francisco
and san jose is getting the players. this is the next best thing if you want to sigh tee the player close. it's now called opening night of the super bowl and it's open to the public. 30 bucks gets you into the shark tank where both teams will be answering questions. and this is on monday, february 2nd of super bowl week, this is actually the last time and 30 bucks into the shark tank. >> i put it on my calendar, we're going. i have a lot of questions to ask.
good evening. geraud moncure. and another 1-1 defeat and sudbly the orange and black have their backs against the wall. and game two of three, g men down two to nothing and facing zack, clutch sing tool center. and that cuts the deficit in half to 1. and next hitter, brandon belt facing reliever avalon. and jimmy rollins complete the
4-6-3 double play. tommy lusortau caught snoozing and another tough loss and a deficit of 5 1/2 games. >> you don't ever lose hope, we're a good run way from getting right back in this thing. >> i didn't expect us to be on the losing side of a 2-1 ball game but that's the way it goes p. . >> the freak will travel to see noted hip doctor in colorado where a final determination will be made. and a's and angels on cows night. top fourth, halos up 4-1. and simian diving start, a run will score. and top seven, calhoun, solo
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