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car says he never saw him. >> reporter: that 12-year-old boy is in the hospital this afternoon. he is expected to survive. >> honestly, i didn't see him. >> reporter: he had just dropped off his granddaughter at dublin high school and made a right turn out of this parking lot when he hit a 12- year-old boy riding a red bike on the sidewalk. >> it's an accident. it was not intentional. >> reporter: you can see the marks on the road where the boy was dragged under cat for 50 feet while other students tried to -- under the car for 50 feet while other students tried to flag down the driver. >> i saw him. >> reporter: the boy that was biking to nearby wells middle school has broken bones will you is expected to be okay. >> he was conscious and talking to the first responders as they were on scene. >> reporter: the fire department lifted the car off of him and he was airlifted to children's hospital as police continue their investigation. >> it is a scary feeling, of course. >> reporter: the school district is making counselors
available today to any student who may have been traumatized by what they saw here this morning. dublin interchange kpix 5. some windy conditions in parts of the bay area this noon hour. the flags are blowing around in san francisco and the bay waters, well, they very choppy. roberta gonzales has more on the strong gusts and a wet evening commute, as well. roberta. >> reporter: it's been so windy today that we have two-hour and thirty-two -minute delays at sfo because of wind. these are the wind speeds now sustained at sfo at 23. 26 fremont. 23 oakland. 24 berkeley. you get the idea. it is very breezy to downright windy and this is what's in the forecast during the afternoon. you'll notice like in the concord area the winds barely differ up to about 25, 27 miles per hour. this is why the national weather service has issued a wind advisory until about 7:00 tonight with some of the southerly winds to 30 miles per hour. the other side of the coin, the
approaching front. you can see it just offshore in the eureka area and by the time it makes tracks into the bay area it will affect the evening commute. right now clouds gathering around the bay area. coming up i'll tell you how much rain to expect. it's a battle between the fbi and cupertino-based apple. the rift is all about an iphone that belonged to one of the shooters in san bernardino. as kiet do reports, apple is defying a court order to decode the device. >> reporter: it's been about 12 hours since tim cook posted the letter to the website saying that the company will not build a back door to the iphone. and now the public debate is raging! the first to chime in, new york mayor bill de blasio. >> look! these are private companies. they are profit making companies. if they put their desire to make profits ahead of the safety and security of the american people, there's something wrong. >> reporter: it started shortly after the san bernardino attack when syed farook and his wife
shot up at christmas party in december. authorities found his iphone in the car. investigators think it might have important information on the couple's whereabouts leading up to the attack on the who helped them. >> we have one of those killers' phones that we haven't been able to open. it's been over two months. we are still working on it. >> reporter: a federal judge ordered apple to help the fbi hack into the encrypted iphone. last night tim cook posted an open letter to customers saying, the u.s. government has asked us for something we simply do not have. something we consider too dangerous to create. they have asked us to build a back door to it the iphone. apple engineers would have to create a new version of the operating system written just for the iphone in question that would allow the fbi to hack the phone's code by entering in millions of combinations. tim cook said on a recent episode of "60 minutes" it's a pandora's box. >> if you put a back door in, that's for everybody, for good guys and bad guys. >> these companies, whether they mean to or not, are unfortunately making it easier
for terrorists to do their devilish acts and it must be stopped. >> reporter: here's more from that letter that says, quote, while we believe the fbi's intentions are good, it would be wrong for the government to force to us build a back door into our product. ultimately, we fear that this demand would undermine the very freedoms and liberties our government is meant to protect. in cupertino, kiet do, kpix 5. >> that federal court order says apple has a week to appeal which the company plans to do setting a lengthy court battle up. the man accused of killing a richmond police officer will be arraigned. police say 30-year-old robert vega shot augustine gus vegas last week during a domestic dispute as vegas' home in vallejo. the suspect is the father of the man's grandchild. police paid their respects in richmond last year.
uniformed pallbearers carried the casket into a chapel. the funeral is 10 a.m. friday at the richmond memorial auditorium. and police are releasing few new details about who shot and wounded three teens in berkeley. investigators say two victims are being treated for critical injuries. police have not revealed any possible motives but say the shooting does not appear to be random. teens were shot about 7:30 was night near parker street and san pablo avenue. tonight, santa clara city council holds an emergency meeting to choose their next mayor. this comes after mayor jamie matthews quit unexpectedly the day after the super bowl with two years left on his term. yesterday city lead, decided it's better to appoint a replacement than to hold an election. councilwoman lisa gillmor reportedly is the likely choice. and in danville the town council voted to ban short term home rentals like on airbnb and home-away. the proposal sparked a battle between homeowners who make
money on the rentals and those who don't like the idea of having strangers in their neighborhoods. >> almost everyone in our neighborhood has children. and you can't do a megan's law check on an overnight guest. >> my husband has been out of work for over a year and a half. and this is one way for me to stay in danville. [ voice breaking ] >> reporter: that ordinance will take effect in a month giving renters time to remove the listings. the republican presidential candidates are focusing in on south carolina three days ahead of the state's primary. donald trump far ahead in the polls there. cbs reporter craig boswell on what's turning into a race for second place. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: donald trump answered questions before 500 invited guests in south carolina and offered his get out and vote message. >> you ever hear these politicians, doesn't matter who you vote for but you must go out and vote. i don't feel that way. just go and vote if you're
going to vote for me. >> reporter: he is ahead 2:1 over marco rubio and ted cruz. rubio called for the party to unite behind one candidate. >> let's stop fighting with each other. it has to end. someone has to be able to bring us together. >> reporter: furthest behind donald trump in the poll is jeb bush. he is holding three town hall meetings today to win voters in south carolina. the former florida governor told voters to ask themselves a questio : >> who has the leadership skills that have been tested to make sure you know that that person has the steady hand to be able to deal with the challenges going forward? >> reporter: ted cruz, marco rubio and ben carson will face off in a town hall meeting tonight with jeb bush, donald trump and john kasich doing the same tomorrow. craig boswell, cbs news, bluffton, south carolina. let's take live look at the big board now. could it be three days in a row? and yes, it could! stocks surging after recovering and the price of oil and encouraging company earnings.
it's up nearly 250 points. to mexico now where ] landed in par rez this morning to -- where the pope landed in juarez this morning to cheers. he will be the first pope to say mass along the u.s./mexico border. adriana diaz tells us people on both sides have spent months getting ready. >> reporter: pope francis will say mass before hundreds of thousands in juarez later today. about 50 yards from the border with el paso, texas. >> the plan is that after the mass, that he will walk up to the fence to offer a personal prayer for migrants. >> reporter: on tuesday the pope displayed a rare show of anger. he scolded an admirer after the person pulled his robe so hard, that the pope nearly fell down on a child in a wheelchair. francis told the person twice not to be selfish. earlier, the pope addressed
45,000 young people. he says he knows it's hard for youth to feel valued when they have lost so many loved ones to drug violence. reminiscent of a rock concert, one person shouted, we love you, pope francis. >> gracias. >> reporter: but not everyone is happy that the pope is here. some call his visit a diversion. how many people do you think are unhappy with the pope here? 10%, 20%? >> no. i think a little bit more because they think that the money should be in other areas. >> reporter: the hashtag i don't want the pope to come has appeared on twitter. this man said the estimated $10 million spent for his visit should go to education, health and employment. but millions of others disagree and have embraced the pope. adriana diaz cbs news, mexico city. new at noon nike reportedly is cutting ties with boxer manny pacquiao after he made derogatory comments about homosexuals and lesbians. he told a television station in
the philippines that gay people were worse than animals. but issued an apology yesterday mostly in spanish. [ speaking spanish ] >> i'm humbling myself before you and before god for, um, my mistake. thank you and god bless. >> nike made a point embracing lgbt athletes for years. pacquiao is still against same- sex marriage. still ahead an unusual story of lost and found. what this man didn't get back from his wallet and the explanation as to why. >> and tons of technology decades of research but coming up why driver less cars still have a long way to go coming up. ,,
we have a story about a semi good samaritan in new york city. riley flaherty lost his wallet and a week later received a letter containing his identification and his credit cards. but the samaritan explained why some things were missing. >> i kept the cash because i needed weed. the metrocard because, well, the fare is $2.75 now and the wallet cause it's kind of cool. >> well, there you go. flaherty says he is concerned though that a stranger had access to his personal information. >> whether it's $1 or $1,000, the fact of the matter is there is a, you know, pot smoking modernday robin hood out there who knows my blood type, that i'm an organ donor and where i sleep. it's terrifying. >> he canceled his credit cards after losing the wallet these days every major automaker is testing self- driving cars but big challenges remain. peter greenberg some have to do
with decisions on the road. >> so professor this looks like a regular car. >> reporter: to see where driverless cars are heading, we went for a ride with professor [ non-english language ] at carnegie-mellon university. >> all those people saying we are going to be driving in a driverless car, you say -- [ [ inaudible ] ] >> reporter: it has a long way to go. >> the biggest nightmare that people like me who work on [ indiscernible ] is that somebody deploys technology prematurely and causes an accident, god forbid hits a stroller. >> reporter: a billion-dollar global initiative from the manufacturer to fast track the driverless car. how do you program in human decision-making choices into that driverless car? >> what you're talking about in artificial intelligence is
called planning. >> reporter: for an near infinite number of scenarios. say your car is approaching a head-on collision. to avoid the oncoming vehicle, your car can only move right because crossing the yellow line on the left is illegal. but what if there's a person or people to your right? >> that's what we would do. >> reporter: back on the road at carnegie-mellon our car takes a detour and the professor takes the wheel. >> you had to take over. >> reporter: evidence that the autonomous vehicle has miles to go. >> that was peter greenberg reporting. another automotive note. today aston martin signed a deal to develop an electronic car with the next two years. the british sports carmaker is joining with a consumer electronics company in china. time for a check of weather. we have a little rain coming. >> and we have a lot of wind, as well. it's one of those days where i wish i had a buck for every time somebody had a story about the wind or the rain. right now, everybody has been reporting gusty winds but i
found this really interesting. 61 degrees. that's frank keenan one of our weather owners novato and he says we feel like we are on the verge of rain. we're picking up the rain to the north of us right now. that's moderate rainfall but as i zip on in, just received a report from one of my weather watchers kathy munch in sebastopol a little bit of light raindrops on the rooftops. this is the story all morning. we are picking up south winds to 21 miles per hour at mineta international airport. but the gusts are up to 41. gusts over 30 at sfo where we have airport delays two hours and 32 minutes or some arriving flights. because of the wind chill speeds we have the wind advisory in effect until clock tonight because of the wind speeds. look at the cloud cover. we have layers and layers of clouds and everybody is talking about how balmy it feels
outside in the 60s. temperatures steady. low pressure breaking down the high pressure system that kept us dry for nearly three full weeks so that area of low pressure has a big job to do. it has to bust through all that dry air mass and it's going to do so. here's the front. the bulk of the rain entering the central bay for the evening commute. and then you will see the hit- and-miss scattered showers. thursday showers in the forecast. another front moves into the bay area on friday into the evening commute with minimal amounts of rainfall associated with it. we should see up to an inch of rain here in the bay area. 67 degrees in sacramento today. the greater lake tahoe area, it's rain and then snow. two feet of snow with that winter storm warning in effect. the tahoe report squaw valley more snow coming two feet there. sugar bowl same. again, the sun-up and the sundown, we are probably not going to see it today. 60s across the board. here's your extended forecast with the rain.
by the time it tapers off on friday, we will have seen about an inch in accumulation. but, you know, it's really exciting out there now because of the wind, the rain. now something is coming. >> you love it. it's been what, three weeks since we have had rain. >> it's time. >> i guess so. we got spoiled. thank you. hard to believe but it was in 2000 when the outdoor adventure game show "survivor" debuted on cbs and tonight the 32nd edition begins. into the them time around, brains, brawn and beauty. >> the idea for that is to put these people into the categories based on the qualities that they typically rely on in daily life. so maybe you're a really smart emergency room doctor or you scored perfect on your s.a.t., you're a brain of the that's what you use. >> there are two contestants from here in the bay area. ti tran a gardener from san francisco part of the aids lifecycle ride for 13 years and
neil gottlieb from sausalito describes himself as an ice cream entrepreneur started the three twins ice cream company back in 2005. and you can watch the premiere of "survivor" tonight at 8:00 right here on kpix 5. still ahead, coffee versus soda. one beat the other big time when it comes to added sugar. and it might surprise you. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
flavored coffee drinks contain a lot more sugar than soda. a group called action on sugar analyzed more than 100 hot drinks from coffee shops and found some of the drinks have 25 teaspoons of sugar three times the amount in soda. tony tantillo shows us one vegetable that will make just about every meal better. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be napa cabbage. i made such a great dish the other day with orecchiette pasta with sausage, a little red peppers, tomatoes and napa cabbage. it's an asian vegetable that's fabulous, used in so many different ways. when you about i it, make sure it's got this beautiful green and white color all the way around. free from any yellowing. check that the cut is clear and white and free from cracking and heavy and dense. when you bring them home, store it in the refrigerator right away. shelf life is about four or
five days of use it within a couple of days. napa cabbage. great for asian and italian dishes. it tastes so good and lends itself to many recipes. and i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer, and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. if you have a consumer problem or question, email our hotline at email@example.com. or call the hotline at 888-5- helps-u. we'll be right back. ,,
violent? the blowback against the latest nerf gun. coming up tonight on kpix 5s that's a new toy marketed towards children but is it too violent? the blowback against the latest nerf gun coming up on kpix 5 news at 5:00. and, of course, if you stayed at home today you'll get wet. >> and i cannot believe the wind. i have not seen it this windy in a long time. >> all right. well, buckle it all down and get home safely, folks. see you tomorrow morning at 4:30. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org ,, ,,
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