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apartments on terra nova boulevard. you saw her after she was shot. what did you say? >> i asked hef if she needed a blanket. it was cold this morning. she was sitting up and fine. >> reporter: police are still putting the pieces together but say the suspect was her ex- boyfriend, 25-year-old ricardo colindres. >> our understanding is he may have attempted to kidnap her and when she refused to go along, that's when the shots were fired. >> reporter: he got away and now police are trying to figure out what happened. >> we are going to look in the present and past relationship and put together a thorough investigation. >> reporter: bruce said their relationship was a rocky one. >> she attempted to take him to court because he had damaged her car and that probably pushed him over the edge. >> reporter: police said the suspect is a transient known to
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frequent the area. cate caugiran, kpix 5. new details in the weekend murder of a couple inside their home in san jose. a long-time friend of the victims now urging the couple's missing son to reach out to them with information. devin fehely reports. >> reporter: the missing son is at the center of the murder mystery. police want to know what he knows but they have to find him first. in the four days since his parents golam and shamima were found murdered the oldest son is missing and possibly why he is considered a person of interest. >> polite and kind. that's why what happened is a shock. >> reporter: police have said nothing about their investigation. but into that vacuum others have added details about the
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crime scene including a note both taunting sarcastic and cruel. they read sorry my first kill was clumsy. only our cameras were there last night as investigators removed drywall with another message that appeared to read take care of your brother or he's next. long-time family friend hassan rahim is urging hasid to help with the investigation. >> i want closure and he can shed light on what happened. that's why i want him to come forward. >> he is not an official suspect but he is at the center of a murder mystery. the message left behind by the killer inside the house was ostensibly addressed to him and hinted at some type of relationship between the killer
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and the couple's older son. devin fehely, kpix 5. an accident at the embarcadero at noon at the intersection of bryant street. witnesses say this bmw was attempting to turn left on to the embarcadero when it got it. boned. fire crews used the "jaws of life" to remove the roof of the car to free the right side passenger. in addition to it the one person killed, two others were injured. a wet wednesday across much of the bay. raindrops soaking our tower cam in san jose this morning. >> same story in the east bay. gray skies, sprinkles and low visibility. >> right now there's severe weather over the central valley. look at the rain and the storm clouds whipping across the area. >> let's get over to kpix 5's chief meteorologist paul deanno with our hi-def doppler. hey, paul. >> hi-def doppler, guys, has been tracking some thunderstorms strong even in napa county. i take you to lake berryessa. look what happened between 1:30 and 3:00 today. that's a significant thunderstorm that rumbled over the lake. look at what a guy on a fishing
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boat saw on the lake a funnel cloud that touched down on lake berryessa making that officially a waterspout in napa county. it rumbled over travers air force base. that thunderstorm has fizzled out quickly just a few light showers toward antioch and brentwood. i'm going to show you a wide view to show you that the thunderstorms are going on around sacramento and el dorado county and how about more snow even thundersnow this afternoon in the sierra? heavy snow falling north of bear valley all the way up to lake level and also over into nevada. so the snow won't stop this year. that's a wonderful thing. rainfall today vacaville about one-third inch. hayward earlier today about two- tenths. about one eighth inch of rain for san francisco and just a few drops for you in mill valley and you're also dealing with the wind. i know the majority of the bay area sunny now. still windy outside. 20-mile-per-hour winds in san jose. 33 in san francisco.
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and still winds whipping to 20 miles per hour in santa rosa. so windy and wet today. then everything turns on a dime tomorrow. wait until you see how warm we get in the seven-day forecast. that's coming up. >> thank you. in just a couple of hours, the warriors will take on the rockets for game five without curry on the court. >> kpix 5's sports director dennis o'donnell is live at oracle and dennis, how is the team feeling about their chances tonight without steph? >> reporter: given the fact that they can wrap this baby up tonight, ken, i think they're feeling pretty good. some of the warriors straggling out for warmups right now. as you said, curry is out. he will miss possibly the next two weeks of the post-season dealing with a knee sprain he got on sunday but according to draymond green, no need to panic. >> i think our confidence level with steph is through the roof. you know? it's beyond high. without steph, there's still a roof.
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>> reporter: that's largely because of klay thompson. casual warriors fans might forget that klay thompson was an all-star this year, too, and is just as confident shooting as steph curry. >> i got a good shot i'm going to tork it. if not, move it along, if i got a good shot, i'm going to take it. if not, move it along. i'm not putting pressure on me. as long as it's a good shot, i don't care if it goes in. if i do my thing on defense as usual, i'll be all right. >> reporter: here we go. [ pause ] >> reporter: the warriors five games -- they have been without curry this season, thompson's average nearly 28 points during the games which is above his season average. he is shooting 39% which is well below his season average. so klay looking to pick up the slack if the warriors win this game tonight they advance to the second round and eliminate
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the houston rockets. interestingly, 11 months ago today another game five against the rockets. warriors won that game to advance to the nba finals for the first time in 40 years. so not as much weight on this tonight. but they can eliminate the houston rockets. more coming up at 6:00. guys? >> dennis what do you think a lot of these guys playing in the shadow of steph. really, i mean, it's a team. but he is the star all year long. is this not a night for them to kind of showcase their skills? show the world they're good, too? >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. specifically, shaun livingston whose career has been derailed by injuries, he is about as good a backup as you can have in this situation. very capable. good scorer, good passer. and very much a ball distributor for this warriors offense. so he is a johnnie on the spot and so far, up to this point, he has taken advantage. we'll see if he can do it again tonight in game 5. by the way, jason terry of the houston rockets makes a very bold
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prediction. you'll hear that at 6:00. >> i can hardly wait. other bay area sports the raiders trying their luck in vegas. team owner goes to sin city tomorrow to discuss a plan for a 65,000 seat stadium near the strip. half of the $1.3 billion proposed plan could be paid for with public funds. if the raiders don't pool all their chips in vegas, they still may go to l.a. less than 24 hours after losing all five states in the east coast primaries, texas senator ted cruz has picked former hp ceo carly fiorina as his running mate. cbs' craig boswell is in washington with more on that and how donald trump is shifting to a potential general electio matchup. >> my friend and the next vice president of the united states, carly fiorina! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: ted cruz hasn't won the republican nomination, but that isn't stopping him
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from announcing carly fiorina will be his running mate if he is the nominee. the move may be too late for cruz. >> it isn't over because you and people all across the great hoosier state people all across this nation know that donald trump and hillary clinton both will be disastrous for this nation. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: donald trump swept tuesday's primaries and is on track to clinch the nomination before the summer's convention. wednesday, trump focused on foreign affairs during a policy speech in washington. >> i'd like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country, one that replaces randomness with purpose. >> reporter: trump's foreign policy address here at the mayflower hotel in washington is billed as the first in a series of policy speeches before heading off to indiana, the site of next tuesday's primary. clinton is looking ahead to the general election and is taking exception to trump's comment that she plays the woman card. >> if fighting for women's
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healthcare and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in [ screaming ] !! >> reporter: bernie sanders bernie sanders who has no chance of catching clinton's lead off staff on wednesday. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. she catches a break but her fight is far from over. >> coming up, the last minute reprieve for a 99-year-old bay area woman being evicted from her home. >> a test run embarrassment for bart. the brakes go out on one of its new cars. now the strange explanation for what happened. >> and bay area animal experts come to the rescue to help a stranded baby seem. ,,,,
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an apple employee was foundd at the company's headquarten cupertino. chopper five was over the an investigation under way after an apple employee was found dead at the company's headquarters in cupertino. chopper 5 was over the campus
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this morning where you can see a deputy's suv outside one of the buildings. the man's body was discovered inside a conference room at apple's main building. investigators were quick to say there were no signs of foul play. and no danger to any other employee. often that means the coroner will look into whether this was a suicide. a deadly crash on 580 in dublin snarled traffic for hours this morning. cell phone video shows the fiery scene on 580 just east of the 680 interchange. you can see the charred aftermath. this one was particularly nasty. the crash involves six vehicles. it all started around 6 a.m. when a big rig slammed into a bmw. that set off a chain reaction. one person was killed. we're learning some new details into what went wrong when a brand-new bart car crashed into a sand berm. you can see it there. it happened friday at the transit agency's testing facility in hayward. kpix 5's anne makovec reports from bart headquarters in
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oakland. >> reporter: bart says this was not a problem with the brand- new car nor operator error. bart says this was an issue with the testing equipment itself. it was a disappointing sight last week when a bart's new fleet of the future train car crashed into a sand pile during a training run. >> stuff happens. and what you do when stuff happens is you learn things. >> reporter: bart says part of the car's braking system lost power because of a short in a wire caused by someone slamming a car door on that wire. >> and as a result, that system shut off and locked out. >> reporter: and the auxiliary braking system ran out of brake fluid. there was no damage to the new car. it was only going about 5 miles an hour at the time of the crash. the lesson learned? bart is removing the car door that shorted the wire. >> we retested it. we verified that it worked. came out with the results. we continue to test. we may find another issue. >> reporter: bart is facing questions as as to why it's
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testing its new cars here instead of having the manufacturer do it. the reason? bart's track is about 6" wider than the standard transit system. >> somebody designed bart in 1960. i don't know what the thought process was. >> reporter: and bart is set to resume testing soon. it ordered 775 of these brand- new cars. it's expected to start rolling them into service slowly by the end of the year. in oakland anne makevoc, kpix 5. reducing car crash fatalities is the goal of some of the brightest minds in sillicon valley right now. they held a self-driving car forum today at stanford. their goal, get some ideas from stakeholders as they develop legislation and guidelines for all those driverless cars that are coming our way. 32,000 people died in car crashes in 2014. and experts say the technology is there to get that number to zero. >> we should embrace the new technology in a safe manner so
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technology providers like texas instruments can help making instrumentation safe. >> google says that the cars will be available to the public by 2020. a baby seal stranded on ocean beach is being nursed back to health right now in marin. the fuzzy pup was spotted early this morning along the beach. the -- alone on the beach. the marine mammal says it's a guadalupe fur seal, endangered. they say the 15-pound pup is malnourished and unclear how long it's been away from its mother. it will be treated by vets in sausalito until it regains its strength. new at 5:00, facebook's quarterly report is out and the numbers beat the analyst's expectations. this company reported a profit of $1.5 billion and that's up nearly 200% from the same period last year. also, the number of monthly active users is 1.65 billion and that is up 15% from last
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year. real estate heir and accused killer robert durst sentenced today in new orleans federal court but not for murder. under a plea deal he will serve about 7 years in prison on a weapons charge. he will also pay a $5,000 fine. this comes about a year after durst was found and arrested in a new orleans hotel for illegally carrying a firearm. durst also faces a murder charges in los angeles. he is accused of killing his friend susan berman back in 2002 to keep her from talking to new york prosecutors about the disappearance of his first wife. berman was a former kpix 5 producer. temporary agreement reached in the eviction case of a 99- year-old san francisco woman. the details are still being worked out, but basically, iris canada will be able to stay in her lower haight apartment of 60 years with certain conditions for now. >> the judge adopted his ruling today which we were okay with. we hope that miss canada is
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going to be able to remain in her home. obviously, at this point she is going to have to come up with, um, payment of fees owed to my client or agree to execute paperwork so the building can be converted to condominiums. >> [ indiscernible durst is [ indiscernible ] we have a little bit of rain today which was nice. and is it still raining around the bay area? >> we have a couple of showers out there right now. if anybody was outside about 1:00 or 2:00 and you looked east, because it was mainly calm over the bay, it was bubbling up in the sacramento valley. we caught the tail end of that and it did impact you out toward eastern napa county solano county, fairfield, vacaville, you add some thunderstorms, let's look live what's happening right now. and the answer is, not that much. the thunderstorms are finished and just one shower over bethel island right now in portions of antioch and brentwood. look how active it was an hour
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ago right on highway 12 east of travis air force base but quickly they bubbled up and quickly they have fizzled out. now, that said, it is still a very active weather scene in el dorado county and right over the city of sacramento and then down the san joaquin valley to bakersfield we are seeing a line of showers and thunderstorms and even a few rumbles of thunder in the sierra. that would be thundersnow. it's a breezy day. now in san jose, you're wondering what's all this talk? san jose, san francisco and oakland you have been dry for the past couple of hours. it is breezy and chilly though only 61 in san jose. 62 for oakland. livermore 62. and san francisco 57. tonight, skies will clear the atmosphere will calm down. and we'll get kind of chilly. san jose 49. vallejo 49. san francisco 51. santa rosa 44 degrees. so what happened today? well, we had the front moving through. we told you we would see some widespread morning showers. that happened but sometime the trailing area of low pressure passes close enough by that even when the front is gone, the rain chance is not. you see that counterclockwise swirl right there.
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that's the actual low pressure area, quickly in, quickly out. most of the activity from this point forward will be over the central valley but there's a slight chance of a shower out toward antioch and bay point over the next two or three hours. after that, get to know this guy. it's going to give you a beautiful weekend to get outside. a north wind which for much of the country would be a cool wind for us that's one version of our offshore wind limiting the ocean influence. it's going to be a warm weekend. as a matter of fact, the warmup starts tomorrow afternoon. what to expect? showers winding down and isolated showers possible this evening. otherwise partly cloudy, breezy, chilly. sunny tomorrow. it will be warmer tomorrow but temperatures will hit their peak this weekend. very comfortable tomorrow. oakland 72 with sunshine. san jose 71. redwood city 70. san rafael 72. couple of spots hit 80 including wine country tomorrow. we'll level off in the low to mid-80s through the weekend so not as warm as we were first thinking. in the 70s very comfortable and sunny near the bay. and 60s and 70s along the coastline. the onshore flow returns next week with much cooler weather. next five days after an active weather day today will be
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wonderful to get outside. isn't it nice? it's april. mother nature could have shut down the rain by now. we are getting about a rain chance a week. >> no in the mountains. >> and it's still snowing in the sierra. >> and snow in the mountains. >> thank you. another fee from uber? a new charge for not being punctual next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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passengers to show up quickr pay up. the san francisco-based on-demand c service app says it's testia new prog uber wants passengers to show up or pay up. the san francisco-based on demand car service app says it's testing a new program where customers will be charged a fee if the driver is still waiting two minutes after the arrival. now, currently passengers get a five-minute window. uber is also charging a cancellation fee if a customer cancels a pickup, two minutes after a request. that grace period was also five minutes. pilot program is taking place in phoenix, dallas, new jersey and new york city for now. fees can range from $5 to $10
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depending on the city. on facebook we were asking, is it fair tore uber to charge for the time drivers have to wait for passengers? so far 58% say the two-minute fee is fair. 28% say the five-minute fee was fair and 13% don't want a fee. for men with hair loss, there are all sorts of strange remedies out there but some new studies show caffeine in your shampoo could actually offer some relief. according to the british journal of dermatology, small concentrations of caffeine applied to hair follicles stimulated growth. dove has already released caffeine-laced shampoo. but scientists say more research is needed towards the a man who built an empire out of air hopes his newest venture a hairdryer will blow you away. james dyson who invented the bagless vacuum unveiled his new
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hairdryer in tokyo yesterday for $400. dyson says the hollow hairdryer is lighter, faster and more efficient. the company says the supersonic hairdryer will be available in america come september. well, running for office is a 24-hour job. and no one knows that better than the mayor of stockton anthony silva who was caught campaigning at 2 a.m. in his bathrobe. a passerby snapped this photo of silva posting campaign signs outside of a gas station. if you look, the middle right of that photo, here he is in his bathrobe. when asked about it, silva shrugged it off saying, yes, that was him, and he put on his robe because he got cold. >> good tip. >> 24-hour job. >> campaigning. >> we'll be right back. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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caught red- ha i'm veronica de la cruz in the kpix 5 newsroom. new at 6:00 tonight, caught redhanded raiding the mailbox. potential break-in crime spree that brawl mail deliveries to a halt. and thunderstorms, hail, even a waterspout. we're tracking the wild weather hitting northern california right now. we'll have those stories and much more tonight at 6:00. join you then. >> the evening "cbs evening news" is next. >> we'll see you at 6:00. any more rain coming? >> couple more showers, one over dublin-pleasanton working south fremont heads up may get a little rain. >> thank you. have a great night. captions by: caption colorado
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