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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. heated up over health care. some democratic heavy weights get an earful from bay area voters concerned about obamacare. today's public gathering came just a day after a republican attempt to repeal obamacare collapsed. kp was today's public gathering came just a day after the public attempt to -- republican event to repeal obamacare was pulled. >> will you support single parent insurance? >> reporter: an auditorium full of concerned constituents. pelosi and spear took questions on climate change, immigration, foreign policy and health care. >> it's engage. it's the democratic -- it's
engagement. it's the democratic process at work. >> reporter: aaron fisher showed up to voice his concerns over the political roller coaster that's the affordable care act. >> representatives have heard from the people that the aca obamacare is important to them literally being alive. >> reporter: yesterday republicans failed to unite to repeal obamacare, and president trump pointed the finger at democrats, specifically leader pelosi. what's your reaction to him pointing you out as losers? >> i called him the closer, and i think they lost a c on the name, but we killed the bill, we take it as a compliment him giving us credit. >> reporter: and now the crowd wants to know what's next. >> obamacare needs to go further, and single pay health care will be a more cost effective program. >> reporter: the question now
that obamacare is here to stay is can the two sides work together to make it better? >> if they want to have a bipartisan conversation they have to do some trading, and the problem is if president trump really wants to try and get democrats on board he's going to lose a lot of republicans. >> reporter: either way congresswoman spear said. >> we absolutely have work to do, but we have to be very clear about what our values and priorities are and put them forward. meanwhile the vice president is vowing the trump administration will quickly move past yesterday's setback in congress. here's more from new york. >> reporter: vice president pence promised small business leaders in west virginia that the fight to repeal obamacare is not other. >> yesterday -- over. >> yesterday wasn't a victory for the american people. it was a victory for the status quo in dv and a victory for the
disaster of obamacare. but i promise you that victory won't last very long. >> reporter: president trump tweeted obamacare will explode and we'll all get together and peace together a great health care plan for the people. don't worry. republican lindsey graham says both parties need to work together. >> the president needs to reach out to democrats, i should reach out to democrats, and say let's take a shot at doing this together because it's not working doing it by ourselves. >> reporter: top republicans and the president say they're readied to move onto other issues, including tax reform. cbs news, new york. >> if the gop health care plan cast it was project -- passed, it was projected to cost 24 million americans health insurance in the next decade. and rallies for president trump happened around the country today including washington dc, philadelphia, and columbus, ohio, but some got rowdy. a fight broke out at one in
southern california. bolsa chica state beach. that's when mul police say a few counterprotester doused trump supporters with pepper spray and multiple fights broke out. a man was tackled after using the spray or a rally organizer. he was later arrested along with three other counterprotesters. while things are finally calming down on the las vegas strip tonight after a gunman shot two people on a public bus and barricaded himself inside. the swat team used an explosive to break the windows on the bus so a robot could check whether or not the suspect was inside. that was the explosion. a man in his 50s surrendered about 3:15 this afternoon. more than four hours earlier he pulled a hand gun and started
firing at people on the top of a double decker bus, prompting evacuations from several hotels and casinos. >> at least six officers with their weapons drawns were asking, yelling if anybody had seen anything, and we had no idea, so they said okay, everyone needs to evacuate. >> one shooting victim is dead, another is in fair condition. investigators are now questioning the accused gunman about why he did it. a forestville man is understand arrest tonight, accused of killing his own brother. police found the 36-year-old shot toll death in the living room. they later arrested his 38-year- old brother at a gas station about three miles down the road and also recovered a rifle from the mini van he was driving. investigate so fares say the two men live -- investigators say the two men lived together with their mother. and san jose police are investigating what they call a
suspicious death. this morning officers got a call about someone lying on the ground and not breathing. a man was found with serious injuries on bard street. paramedics announced the man dead. they expect foul play but aren't providing details about how it happened and don't have suspects. >> >. kids in oakland are getting the opportunity to build a better future thanks to the help of a retired california deputy. here's the new program. >> reporter: tell me what you were like before the program? >> really i was to myself. >> reporter: five years ago andrew pryor's plan for his future included graduating from high school and never going to college. >> i wasn't going to go, i was going to do trade school or work. >> reporter: but his life took a different path when he was introduced to our kids or ok program in oakland. >> it helps with becoming a man, keeps them out of trouble. >> reporter: one of his mentors saw the change not only in
andrew, but other kids as well. >> i won't be satisfied until every black boy has a positive black man in his life. >> reporter: donald began the ok program while a deputy in sacramento county back in 1990. >> i just got tired of seeing so many young black boys going to jail and victims of homicide, so i looked around for a solution. >> reporter: a quarter century later and the program has grown across the country, turning black men, most of them officers, into mentors for kids in the community. >> everyone talks about bridging the gap between the police and the community, well i see the black officers as the bridge. >> reporter: today is their annual luncheon. christopher knows the ok program changes lives because not only is he a mentor, but he's andrew's father. >> it's helped my son very much to be an upstanding young man in oakland, california.
>> reporter: remember, andrew never planned to go to college, but he's at community college now and now he's planning to go apply to ucla to become a doctor. >> i'm almost done with the program, and i'm grateful to them for that. >. uber's self-driving cars in arizona are not going anywhere tonight because one of them just got into a crash. this self-driving car toppled over in the city of tempe last night after another car crashed into it. no one was seriously injured. there was a person in the drivers seat, but the car was in self-driving mode. in a statement they said we're continuing to look into the incident and can confirm we had no backseat passengers in the vehicle. emotions running high in oakland where in a few days raiders fans will know whether or not their team will stay. da lin show us today how
oakland's mayor rally behind a plan to save the team, and even used a little profanity to get her point across. >> reporter: instead of the black hole these raiders fans are taking their game face out to have streets marching and pleading with the nfl to keep their beloved raiders in oakland. call it a hail mary or a last minute drive. fansand oakland leaders rallied for the final time before nfl owners decide monday if they'll lead the raiders move to las vegas. >> people are saying the raiders have no choice but to leave. we are calling [ bleep] on that. [ cheering ] >> reporter: fans in a packed room at the oakland coliseum agreed, blaming the raiders owner mark davis. >> we love our oakland raiders, love us back, man. >> love and loyalty cannot be bought. this is the raider nation. >> reporter: at times it was an
indoor rally and at other times a presentation made by the mayor and investment group detailing how they could build a new stadium in oakland with private money. >> there's 55 acres of premium land that is ready for a shovel to go in it tomorrow. >> reporter: some of the die hards will take the energy to the nfl meetings. ray perez and others are flying to phoenix to make one last push. >> let the nfl know that this is bigger than sports to us. this is our culture, our political movement. >> reporter: the only people that can stop the move are the nfl owners. lott is in phoenix right now trying to convince them to vote no. at the coliseum i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> not everyone wants the team to stay in oakland. fans in las vegas revolve excited about the potential doctor las vegas are excited about the potential move. >> we want to raiders entire
organization to know we support them 100 percent. they deserve las vegas, and las vegas deserves the raiders. >> i have a lot of friends in the bay area definitely excited about coming out here. not all oakland people are upset. >> 22 of 42 nfl owners have to vote yes for the raiders to make the move. lights out coming up here in the bay area and across the globe. some of the most recognizable land marks turn out their lights. why they all went dark. plus wedding with a star. -- sweating with a star. kevin hart helping people move and change lives. and what harrison ford had to say about his close call. his reason for landing on the wrong runway. >. and we have clouds increasing overnight, and
large electronics as carry ons. well starting today travelers flying to the us on turkish airlines will no longer be able to bring large electronics in carry ons. the ban applies to all devices larger than a smart phone. the us is applying restrictions from ten airports across the middle east and north africa.
turkish airlines is trying to ease the ban for passengers by letting people use the laptops and tablets until just before boarding. >. and harrison ford had harsh words for himself after a botched landing last month. the faa just released his sheepish call to air traffic control. >> i landed on the taxi. >> ford later explained he was distracted by turbulence from another plane when he veered off course and landed on a taxiway instead of a runway. the small plane passed just feet above an american airlines plane about to take up. >> my name is harrison ford. my license is in my backpack. >> no big deal, take your time.
>> it's a big deal for me. >> it's a serious violation to land on the a taxiway. it's unclear what penalty if any he'll face. and how would you like to work out next to one of the biggest comedians on the planet? today hundreds of people in san francisco got to do just that. we were there as kevin hart hosted a fitness fair in san francisco. >> reporter: he got people running, cycling, hopping, and dancing. he worked up a sweat as part of health fest. we learned today you can do it all. >> oh, thank you. >> reporter: except double dutch. >> no, i can't double dutch. nobody knows this but i have two left feet. >> reporter: the 37-year-old is up as early as 4:30 a.m. we know you're always on the go. shooting movies, doing a book tour, comedy tour, launching a
fitness initiative. how do you fit your own fitness in? >> well, fitness is a priority. i think you fit in what's important, so my days start off with a bang, and that bang is normally in the gym. >> reporter: the star wasn't always so ripped. >> it wasn't until i got scared and started to see my body change in ways i shouldn't and i said maybe i should start doing something. maybe i should get checked up, and then in getting checked up it was oh my god i'm not healthy at all. >> reporter: they hope the free activities, smoothies and inspiration lead people to lead healthy life styles. >> i'm being inspired by the other people out here. >> reporter: and preventative measures, no matter how small, add up. >> just try. whatever it is, just try your best. if you can't do the full push up, which by the way, i can't, do the girl push ups.
just do something, just try. >> my message is don't come out today and let it be your last day. today is the first day of many. >> los angeles chargers melvin gordon also helped host the event. and some of the world's most iconic land marks switched off their lights for earth hour. they were all in the dark for 06 minutes, and here -- 60 minutes, and here in the bay area the lights were shut off around the bay bridge and golden gate bridge at 8:30 tonight. it's intended to raise awareness about climate change and the importance of saving electricity. always a good idea. as we have a look at the bay area tonight at this hour we're increasing high clouds in the north bay. we start out tomorrow morning like this. cloudy skies inland, around the south bay and coast. it will head from north to
south, and in the early going just a few sprinkles, but then turns into something more robust. doppler not picking up much. off the cape though are genuine light showers. here's the approach to the toll plaza at the richmond bridge right now. oakland 55 degrees, and livermore 51. by 4:00 in the morning we go from clear skies in the north bay to mostly cloudy, and watch what happens later in the day by 1:00 in the afternoon a band of showers moving into the north day, but that's not to say that we're not getting anything else. you can see the light rain moving through the bay area by 11:00 tomorrow night mostly light. light to moderate rain. fast mover, not big amounts. mostly sunny after monday. so to sum it up light rain
spreadings from the north to the south later tomorrow. showers will linger into early monday. it will be sunny and in the 70s by mid-week. rock and roll half marathon tomorrow. cloudy skies to start off. a few sprinkle, 62 and cloudy. overnight around 50 degrees, sun up just after 7:00 a.m., and daytime highs mostly in the low 60s. forecast, showers spreading south over the bay area during the day tomorrow, and tuesday thus weekend nothing but -- through the weekend nothing but sun, so take heart, we'll warm up, dry out, get plenty of sunshine, and i know that will bring a smile to this young lady's face. >> thanks! new at 11:00, thousands of fans roared as the sf deltas had their first game tonight, they walked away with a 1-1 draw. the team spent about a million
dollars to refurbish the stadium. their next game is in two weeks against the california hail hog. >. somebody just called to complain that we didn't cover the deltas, and there it is. there it is sir! straight ahead we'll close the business tonight with a historical fact around what the oregon ducks did tonight. in fact, oregon men and womens ball are not done. in fact i got evidence right here. i got moving pictures. it's all about the o. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
..of the ncaa variety... 1939 was the very first final-4... ...avg home price? $3800. gas, 10 cents a regon ducks >. basketball up top with the ncaa variety. 1939, the very first final four. average home price 3800. gas 10 cents a gallon, and the oregon ducks basketball team was living large. well 78 years after that final four appearance, the ducks had a shot, but beat top seed kansas and what? come on! there they were, extending the second half lead p. two minutes left, ducks at it again. the three. ducks won the midwest region 74- 60. xavier...... top seed bulldogs ran away with it... ...already zags great stockton in san jose
watching gonzaga and xavier. matthews for three. the zags made 12. xavier didn't play well. jonathan williams with the offhand. four in double figures and the zags for the first time are going to the final four. 83-59, they won the west region. high school ball, the girls. allison johnson, bandit down one to modern day. got a turnover. julia black, what a finish. 64-61 in the vikings first division two start appearance. they were once down by 17. and i'm not done. i'm just getting started. i'm coming back with a contender on the western conference pacific division and
yeah. sharks lost big, 7-2. they're tied atop the pacific division with anaheim. busker pos -- buster posey and brandon crawford back with the giants after the world classic win. posey back, track, gone. got them on the board. the giants pitching did struggle this spring training game again. second long ball there of the inning. stratton gaveit up three times. but a line drive to center and it drops. the giants win in a walk off final of 8-7. next thursday the a's will be at the giants at the start of bay bridge series. >> the owners vote monday.
>> supposedly. scheduled for monday. >> will they vote for the raiders to leave or stay? >> i can't give you an answer. there's 32 owners, well 31 without mark davis, and some old school guys probably won't like the idea of being in vegas. but new blood? yeah, we want vegas. >> it's a nail biter. >> we'll find out. thank you, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
>. chatting during the break, we don't even know if it will take place on monday? >> they could put it you off. i've seen wild stuff happening. and the oakland a's have a saying too. >> they'd like to have the raiders go? >> of course they'd like to have the stadium to themselves. >> thanks for watching. ,,
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