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protecting her kids from gunfire. tonight, a big break in the case. >> live, from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> this bay area mother of three was murdered while protecting her kids from gunfire. tonight, a big break in the case. >> christin ayers on the arrest and the reaction from friends, to the victim's family. christin? >> reporter: yeah, tonight, one man has been arrested and is charged with murder. but there were other shooters. that is what oakland police are telling us. there were about 100 bullet casings left at the scene. police say there is much more to do. >> god, father, we thank you someone has been arrested. >> reporter: a prayer of thanks tonight at the memorial for chyemil pierce, the mother of three caught in the cross fire and killed when a gun battle broke out in west oakland
monday. they arrested this man, 19-year- old anthony sims who was himself wounded in the shooting and arrested at the hospital. >> mr. sims was not only present on the day of the murder, but he had an active role in a mutual gun battle. >> reporter: police say it started monday night with a fistfight between a group of young women. feeling disrespected and wanting to defend, sims and others stepped in and opened fire. this was not a case of retaliation. they believe there was a gunning january 20th. >> they need to put the guns down. >> reporter: this man grew up with chyemil and says tonight his thoughts are with her young children. >> i hope their tears dry up. >> hopefully, this will bring them a little bit of relief. but at the end of the day, there are three children asking where is their mother? >> reporter: police have
recovered a gun was used in the shooting. a third person is in grave condition. christin ayers, kpix5. >> neighbors say they called the police and told them there was trouble, but no units responded until after the shooting. 13 minutes later. you can check those dispatch calls on our website, kpix.com. tonight, new information about 49er bruce miller and his arrest on domestic violence charges. kpix5's devin fehely is at the shop in santa clara where the alleged assault took place. devin? >> reporter: yeah, that is exactly right. according to the new information from the police department, the victim was somewhere in this parking lot behind the posh bagel behind me when she called 911 to say her boyfriend had attacked her. radio traffic offers new details in the arrest of bruce miller. >> her boyfriend attacked herrings took her keys.
she says, never mind and hung up. >> reporter: police arrested miller a week ago for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend. according to a summary of the police report provided by investigators, the couple had gotten into a verbal argument and the suspect pushed the victim causing her to fall to the ground. miller destroyed her cell phone. disturbing allegations even to a casual niner fan like mitchell. >> the nfl as an organization should stand up against abuse and domestic violence. >> reporter: 49ers gm told the san francisco chronicle we understand the gravity of where we are in. it has been well documented. this presents another black eye for an organization whose off the field problems have at times overshadowed their performance. >> they should be held to a higher standard because of that. because they are in the nfl. everyone looks up to them. so tolerating it would just, it is not okay. >> reporter: miller's future with the team remains unclear.
as troubling as the allegations appear, they caution against a rush to judgment. neither that police report nor the police radio traffic gives any indication of what this argument and fight was about. the case has been turned over to the district attorney's office who will ultimately decide what charges, if any, will be filed against miller. in santa clara, devin fehely, kpix5. >> pretty wild story out of santa rosa where a man says he was abducted at gunpoint in front of his wife and two kids. from outside his home on guerneville road tuesday night. he was forced into a pickup truck, taken to modesto and put in another vehicle. he was able to get free and he ran away. two suspects are under arrest. tonight, police believe this is all tied to an illegal pot ring. take a good look at this guy. this is a sketch of the man san francisco police say tried to lure a 10-year-old into his
car. it happened last friday as the child was waiting at amy yee a muni stop. >> i think our neighbors will be shocked when they come back from vacation and hear about this. >> reporter: the 10-year-old got away and ran to a nearby restaurant. police say the suspect was driving a shiny black toyota yaris or honda fit. a peace vigil outside police headquarters in ferguson, missouri. 50 people showed up, sang songs, and prayed where two police officers were shot. unlike last night, this gathering was peaceful. dean reynolds on the search for the shooter. >> reporter: the technical police converged on a house near the ferguson police headquarters today while detectives fanned out across adjacent treats in an urgent search for evidence that could lead them to a shooter still at
large. >> we will try to do as much as we can. >> reporter: the dragnet started about midnight right after a small demonstration was interrupted by the crackle of gunfire. [ screaming ] [ sound of gunfire ] >> reporter: one officer was shot in the shoulder. a second in the face. >> by god's grace, we didn't lose two officers last night. we could have buried two police officers next week over this. >> reporter: the family of michael brown, the teenager whose death at the hand of a white cop set off months of protests here condemned this escalation of violence and in washington, attorney general eric holder was blunt. >> this was not someone trying to bring healing to ferguson. this was a punk. >> everybody down on the ground. i heard police got shot. >> reporter: the gunfire came hours after ferguson police chief tom jackson quit. the latest in a series of official departures following a justice department report that criticized the city for racial bias. >> i don't know what your protesting because people are
stepping down. and we are trying to move forward as a city and do what is right and find out what is really wrong. and it seems like people want to block that. >> reporter: dean reynolds, cbs news, ferguson. >> both the officers shot last night have been released from the hospital. new details tonight on how a couple of secret service agents plowed through a white house barricade. they were reportedly headed back to the white house after a retirement party back on march 4. they apparently missed police tape and traffic cones that had been set up to check a suspicious package. their suv went through the police tape and hit an orange barrel. officers wanted to do field sobriety tests but a supervisor ordered them to go home. the new head of secret service waited four days to tell the white house what happened. a protest tonight outside saint mary's cathedral in san
francisco. this time, security kept the students off the main plaza. a group of students are speaking out against the archbishop's morality clause for teachers. >> i think a lot of my favorite teachers will lose their jobs or just leave because this is against their beliefs. >> the morality clause called sex outside marriage, homosexual relations, gravely evil. a police canine sank his teeth into two carjacking suspects through a chase in the south bay. we were there as two suspects were loaded into ambulances. police had given them the chance to surrender our face the dog. this started early this morning. police say the man used the gun to carjack an suv in east san jose. that kicked off a high speed chase for nearly 20 miles. finally ending in sunnyvale. police say the men then ditched the car near stevens creek and tossed the gun. neighbors saw them jumping their fences. >> i opened my backyard.
he went inside. and he is on the floor. looks like he jumped over my backyard. landed somewhere else. >> didn't take long before swat teams cornered the suspects in the garage area of the subdivision. we asked one of the suspects being loaded into the ambulance if he thought he would get away. he shook his head, no. looks like the six week oil refinery strike is almost over. and that's good news for everyone who buys gas. the strike forced the tessoro to close its martinez plant. today, the field workers and shell reached a contract deal, but the striking workers won't be back on the job until they approve the new contract. when they do return to work, analysts expect gas prices will go back down again. the average price in california right now? 3:41 a gallon. tonight, california is ready, really ready to clamp down on water wasters. kpix5's joe vasquez has the
strict new rules for everyone. joe? >> ken, the proposed regulations affect everything from how you water your lawn to how you order at your favorite restaurant. >> reporter: dining out on a warm night, you can get thirsty, but how much is too much? >> we asked for so much water, he brought a pitcher. >> reporter: starting next month, the state water board could have strict new rules to clamp down on water waste. among them, outdoor watering would be no more than two days per week. hotel operators could offer their customers not getting their towels washed on a daily visit. and no water unless it is requested. >> it is good to have people wait to ask for it. >> reporter: some of the requirements are being done voluntarily, but the new rules would make them mandatory with
the threat of a $500 fine. joe vasquez, kpix5. >> the new rules are just proposal. the state water board could make them official next week. enforcement would begin in april. hillary clinton makes a surprise stop here in the bay area. but tonight, it is this magazine cover that has everyone talking. >> and can you imagine offering to give your boss your liver? what if your boss was steve jobs? how tim cook tried to save the apple genius' life. >> tonight, the new kind of diamond that costs thousands less. take a look. can you tell the difference? ♪ at kaiser permanente
jimmy kimmel's late night show. he says the events in ferguson are worthy of protest, but no excuse for violence. hillary clinton made a surprise trip to silicon valley yesterday. tonight, the ready for hillary committee hosted a big fundraiser. the tickets cost a symbolic $2,016. all the buzz tonight is over this time magazine cover. look at the top near the logo. some say the magazine gave her horns. i can't see them. what do you think? tonight, time says no way. and here is proof. just check out bill clinton's cover. magazines have given devil horns to people 30 times. any resemblance to cats, bats, or devil horns is a coincidence.
tonight, we are learning how close apple's tim cook and steve jobs really were. in the upcoming book becoming steve jobs, cook tried to offer jobs a portion of his liver back in 2009 when job's health was really starting to fail. jobs response? no. in fact, he cut cook off and said no way, never. now quoting tim cook here, he said it is not are you sure you want to do this. it is not i'll think about it. it was not oh, the condition i'm in. it is no, i'm not doing that. he kind of popped up in bed and said that. cook goes onto say that jobs only yelled ate him four or five times during the 14 years he knew him. this was one of those times. the book comes out march 24. would you buy a diamond made in a lab? cate caugurian on the latest trend in engagement rings that is easier on the environment and on your wallet. >> reporter: as if popping the
question wasn't nerve-racking enough, finding the perfect engagement ring, buyers now have more choices than ever before. >> our job is to understand the market. >> reporter: leah wilson is a diamond consultant in san francisco. her client jordan ended up here at gallery of jewels. >> this is highly technical. very scientific. >> reporter: she is talking about lab made diamonds. placing a carbon chip in a micro wave chamber and creating a molecular reaction. they have strict rules for diamond sellers. they have to label it manmade or synthetic. we got a side by side comparison, a real diamond next to a lab made. and next to a simulate. this one is a naturally made diamond. this probably took a few million years to create. this one is a lab made diamond.
this one probably took anywhere between six months to two years to create. but it has all the same properties of a natural diamond. >> reporter: and the cost? about 30 to 40% cheaper. that is not the main draw for buyers. >> i think the main reason that people would be looking for a lab created diamond is politics. >> reporter: they are pacted as eco friendly and responsibly sourced. though it is an up and coming option, leah says nothing replaces the original and ultimately, jordan agreed. >> it is something that will last for her lifetime. it is the way that i can make my expression of intimacy of love felt everyday for the rest of her life. >> reporter: in san francisco, cate caugurian, kpix5. >> they are both beautiful. >> there you go. the red carpet is out tonight in san francisco. >> it is all for a big debut at the annual asian film festival.
well, that's the trailer from soul searching. the festival runs through march 22. it is the largest asian american film festival in north america. >> the castro heat sir really special. >> a good place for it. we are looking at some really dense fog coming in along the shoreline tonight. we are not seeing any rain comeing in. a little bit of a chance sunday. we will hit the 80s inland. we will show you that forecast. first, we will show you this as we look toward sfo and the numbers right now. san bruno down to 57 degrees. same for oakland, livermore, san francisco. all within a few degrees of each other. santa rosa at 53. tonight, we get in the mid to upper 40s in spots as farm as 52 in san jose. overnight low tonight in san francisco, down to 53. and in santa rosa, 48. sun will rise tomorrow morning
at 7:24. here is how it looks. high pressure in santa barbara radio traffic is weakening just a little bit. it is spreading to the south a little bit so it will admit the passage of high clouds in northern california tomorrow all the way in seattle. it will not be rain and it will not be rain for us any time soon. we are just going to see kind of a film of high clouds against the sun tomorrow. temperatures about the same as they were today. so no big changes yet in the temperature department. just a few more clouds working their way over the north side of that high pressure. and, as a result, fair skies tomorrow, but tonight, fog has really moved in. visibility is low in the golden gate bridge and other spots and the peninsula. up toward point reyes. we will have low clouds along the shoreline. fairer friday. warm temperatures really warm saturday. then a chance of a few sprinkles in the north bay sunday that won't amount to
much. then we will go in the other direction next week. high pressure building back in. forecast highs today, we were about 12 degrees above average. tomorrow, we will be above average as well. down in the south bay, mid 70s will do it. 75 degrees in sunnyvale. 71 hayward. plenty of sun and fair skies in pittsburgh. 77, 78 brent wood. 73 in vallejo. 72 santa rosa. over by the shoreline, just 63 in bodega bay. way up north, 75 in ukiah. we are looking for numbers to climb into the low 80s inland on saturday. clouds come in, temperatures come down. not much rain comes down. then, sunshine, dry weather. >> great weekend to go to the beach. >> i am just the messenger. >> it has been a great went tore go to the beach. >> yeah. hope paul feels better tonight. he is a little under the weather. >> all that pollen in the air. petaluma is in the national
>> a new mcdonalds commercial is the talk of one north bay town tonight. >> take a look at it. >> nestled away in northern california in the quaint down of petaluma, you will find a locally owned restaurant where people come together for a great sandwich. >> all right, aisle getting hungry. the spot promotes the egg white delight sandwich. and features downtown petaluma land marcs. >> and we are proud of petaluma. so, i see nothing wrong with it. i don't see why there are any complaints. >> was that guy texting and eating an ice cream cone? >> he was multitasking. >> here's the thing. the two mcdonalds franchises are not even in downtown petaluma. they are in shopping centers a few minutes away. >> hm. well, first petaluma national baseball. now mcdonalds. [ laughter ] petaluma getting
>> basketball conference tournament play up top. cal and the stanford men could do themselves a huge favor with a nice run in vegas. bob myers. danny ace scouting stanford and utah. cardinal and black. randall. a second half three. randall scored 22. here came the utes to the right. ignited a 14-3 run. utah, they got some inside presence ken. here is what i mean. isaiah wright. that's his name. stanford, they were outscored 46-17 in the second half. utah won it 80-56. cardinal record now, 19-13.
a little chippy between cal and arizona. give me tyrone wallis. cal in the game. competitive in the first half. the wildcats pulled away in the second. cal, look at hollis jefferson in there for the slam. they win it 73-51. ucla in tomorrow's semis. inside the shark dressing room. tall order. but get the pucks in front. good things can happen. hurtle with a man advantage. a power play goal to make it 1- 0. and that was all he would need because he stopped 35 shots for his fifth shut-out of the year. san jose, a quality 2-0 win over a good team. sharks have won four of their last five. when hollywood and baseball collide. five cactus league ballparks got more than a visit from
actor will ferrell. he played every position with ten different teams including dh. the white sox against the giants, his fourth game. and look at this. oh, a little contact! he threw in catchers gear with the giants. the 7-4 giants lead. bruce bochy saw enough of that and yanked him. he was doing this to raise money for cancer awareness. reds, diamondbacks, padres. before he was traded by as general manager, he had some light clubhouse moments. >> is it possible to win a gold glove? >> is that a real change on the horizon? >> what is your body fat percentage? >> 9%. i'm right around 9. >> what is your favorite cheese? do you like colby? [ laughter ] >> i tell you what, he was the
king today. even the commissioner weighed in on this one and had some laughs. >> he had a great play pitching for the dodgers! he is more athletic than he looks i think. yeah. >> he looked the part. >> he did. >> and he did it well. baseball in the game very well today. >> and took a helicopter ride to all of these different fields. >> he did not embarrass himselfs like you and
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