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60 teenagers stormed a train... and terrorized passengers. good evening, i'm elizabeth cook. i'm ken bastida. it happened at the coliseum station, where there's been a string of robberies. just a few hours ago - a guy says someone stole his phone as the train pulled into the station.. then took off. kpix 5's betty yu says: the bad guys are taking advantage of the fact that they outnumber the police. it happened in a matter of seconds. bart says it
won was confused. it looked like they were horsing around. just being, you know, acting crazy. just started looking like it was turning more violent. >> reporter: she had her phone snatched and four days prior this man who didn't want to show his face said the same thing happened to me at the coliseum. a group of teens ran into his train. >> give me your wallet. >> give me your wallet. >> reporter: one of the robbers had taken his phone. he said the next morning he found this photo posted. taken with his phone of more stolen phones. >> blood is boiling. you can't ride -- public transportation should be safe. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. says it is in the process of pulling all surveillance video and it will share it with oakland police. oakland unified and the housing authority in hopes they can
help them identify the juveniles. in oakland, kpix5. breaking news. 90 minutes ago the chp issued an amber alert for an abducted baby girl and a man considered armed and dangerous. last seen this afternoon in rancho cucamonga in san bernardino, california. the suspect drove off in a red car, 6wee209. the amber alert is in effect for san bernardino, riverside, orange and l.a. county. freedom of speech show down tonight. university of california at berkeley versus conservative commentator and now she is suing. joe vasquez with what she is saying about all this tonight. >> reporter: she coming to burke b to speak on thursday no
matter what. she is still upset she was disinviolated from the campus and then reschedule -- disinvited from the campus and then rescheduled and that is why she filed a lawsuit. she expected more from university of california at berkeley. >> at the risk of sounding like a snob it is the bush league colleges where you will have angry students, incapable of forming an argument in words who start throwing things. >> third event in a row that is been canceled. >> reporter: he claims his university is stopping on the first amendment. >> reporter: after previously scheduled speaker sparked riot they invited her to speak but fearing more violence the university rescheduled on a remote part of the campus next week when there won't be a lot of students around. that is why they filed the
lawsuit claiming her right to freedom of speech was violated. >> primitive that they can't control themselves at the sight of a different opinion. >> reporter: will there be more violence? it is possible. pro-trump forces are talking about bringing weapons. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> we will see -- can't blame us. the burden is on the university. the best entrance of the university is to ensure it doesn't happen again. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> berkeley's mayor released a statement saying e we sharish the freedom of speech and -- cherish the freedom of
speech there is no freedom commit violence. see more of the interview on kpix 5 at 5:00 a.m. the search for a missing couple is over tonight. and there is still no trace of them. they took off from the truckee airport monday headed for the petaluma airport. authorities searched the sierra for the past six days and called off the search today. thicks are returning to normal at sfo after delays and cancellations this weekend. a construction project closed one of the two runways for arrivals. kpix 5's sharon chin is at the airport tonight where more closures are planned later this week. >> reporter: yes, sfo is planning more construction on friday and almost every weekend through the middle of june. >> the situation was a
nightmare. >> reporter: their flight got canceled sunday morning. the airline blamed construction. sfo runway used used for arriving flights is being repaved. >> they didn't twofer compensate for -- offer to compensate. >> reporter: they are glad they had travel insurance. >> we fought with people on the phone for an hour to get us on a direct flight. they were trying to put us on flights that had layovers. long layovers. >> reporter: 300 flights were canceled and hundreds delayed between friday night and monday morning. sfo spokesperson says airlines knew of the closure before hand. >> up to the airlines in terms of how they want to operate. whether or not they want to reduce the number of flights they are operating or take their chance and cancellations. >> reporter: they landed 18 hours after they were supposed
to be home. >> irritated, mad but we are here now. >> reporter: in addition lax closed a runway for safety work this weekend through may 26. a third of the flights are from southern california. no wonder they had to wait. >> say we are about to take off and then you sit there and sit there and sit there. >> reporter: sfo plans construction closures for 7 more weekends through june 19 from friday at 6:00 p.m. to monday at noon. no construction for memorial weekend. the goal be done by july 4. peak travel time. so if you are flying, the airport recommendations you get flight notifications. live at sfo, sharon chin, kpix 5. tonight arkansas followed through with the first double execution in the united states in 17 years. williams on the right was executed a few hours go. he was put on death row for raping and murdering a woman he
kidnapped. earlier today jack jones was executed. he killed two people and attempted to kill a girl. after the first execution lawyers for the second inmate argued the punishment was tortures and inhumane. a judge granted a temporary stay but later lifted it. president trump will mark his first 100 days in office. 95 days down. 5 days to go. how many campaign promises has he kept? veronica de la cruz has the progress report. >> reporter: the president trump's 100th day in office is saturday. president trump laid out a contract with american voters. the president failed to get legislation passed. most notable a replacement for obama care. >> 100 days. you have four years in your
first term. 8 years for two terms. >> reporter: among president trump's accomplishments so far confirmation of neil gorsuch and withdrawal from the transpacific partnership. many of the accomplishes are the result of executive action. by week's end he will have signed 32 executive orders. the white house says that is the most of any president since world war ii. last week the president took to twitter to call the milestone ridiculous. president trump said the contract wasn't really his. he said somebody put out the concept of a 100 day plan even though his signature appears on the document. he will unveil tax reform ideas on friday. the administration is pushing to include $1.4 billion for the border wall as part of the measure. veronica de la cruz, kpix 5.
a car caught fire, a man pinned inside. tonight you will hear from the pastor by who risked his life to save a stranger. >> facebook coo is opening up about death and heart break. tonight how she helping herself and total strangers through trauma. >> up in the sky, is that a flying car? tonight our first look at what tonight our first look at what could be the,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
thank.. for rescuing him from a burning truck. reporter rachel a man in southern california has a stranger to thank for rescuing him from a burning truck. rachel kim talks with the driver who was pinned inside and the man who risked his life to help. >> i thought i was -- not make it. >> reporter: today the 46-year- old is thankful to be looking at his work truck from the outside. but on january 3 he was inside of it. scared for his life. >> the accident happened so fast, i didn't realize the impact. >> reporter: on that day his boss let him go home early. as he was heading south, a man happened to be head north bound after his boss let him go home early. that is when he saw this car zoom past him and then crash head on into his truck. >> saw the accident.
>> reporter: after seeing the driver had not made it he focused on getting him out. >> he was saying i am stuck. i am stuck. i can't get out. >> help me, help me. >> reporter: when he tried to pull him out he discovered the door was pinned shut. he went around to get him out that way. at this point the flames were now in the cabin. but he couldn't budge because he was stuck. >> i started looking around. head up. it is hard. i didn't know what was going to happen to me. a lot of things rush through your head. your kids. your family. >> reporter: he didn't give up. he ran back to the driver's side. >> over the -- over the driver's side door, reached in, do your part. >> he kind of leaned forward towards me. i grabbed on to him, got him out the window and we were
laying on the ground. >> reporter: 30 seconds later the truck burst into flames. when he looked at the truck now -- >> it was close. i couldn't live with myself if i watched a man die in a fiery truck. >> my guardian angel. >> a construction worker suffered traumatic injuries after falling at a construction site. he fell 20 feet. firefighters rescued him arm 12:15 p.m. this afternoon -- around 12:15 p.m. this afternoon. tonight facebook coo is opening up about the sudden loss of her husband. she said after he died she felt like a ghost. kpix 5's maria medina on how she is helping herself and total strangers through their grief. >> lying on the floor. head was turned. a little bit of blood under his
head. i just screamed. >> we got to know each other after her husband dave passed away. >> reporter: he is not just her friend -- >> super survivors. >> reporter: he helps her get through unexpected death of her husband. >> we talked about resiliency, about hope, about how do we bounce back after something horrific. >> friend recommended his book to her which followed 7 people on how they recover from traumatic experience by building resiliency. two years later she released her own book. option b, facing adversity and finding joy. >> one of the pillars of resiliency is social support. >> reporter: with a new book she began non-profit, option b. the site connects those experiencing trauma to support groups and online forums. >> we grow stronger by living
through horrible moments or real adversity. i never thought i would live through those moments but i have grown stronger. >> reporter: she announced that facebook employees will get up to 20 days paid leave if they lose a family member. the proceeds from the option b book sales goes to the non- profit. maria medina, kpix 5. a plan to install speed cameras in two bay area cities just hit a road block tonight. the bill failed to pass the transportation committee today. it envisions putting speed safety cameras along streets in san francisco and san jose. they would snap pictures of cars going 10 miles per hour over the speed limit and then a ticket would go out in the mail. it is not clear what happens next after the bill failed to advance. soon flying cars may be gliding above the bay area with a launching pad in silicon
valley. mark sayre tells us flying to work may not be as far off as you think. >> something better lined up in 2 minutes. >> how are you going to get here in 2 minutes? >> reporter: this video released by a start up shows what could be one giant leap into the future of transportation. >> a surprise. you will have to wait and see. >> reporter: backed by google co-founder, this is the latest silicon valley entry into the flying car market. the video was taken at clear lake in lake county. >> he is thinking about big problems. trying to be innovative. >> the 220-pound craft uses 8 battery powered profellers. flying out a special faa category. it is limited to sparsely populated areas.
he says don't laugh at this prototype. >> they laughed at oroville and wright. even when they proved this could fly. >> reporter: he says anything that can lead to solutions for traffic grid lock has a huge upside. >> mobility. getting around. this is going to be the problem of the 21 century. i am glad our brightest people are thinking about it. >> the price of the flier has not yet been released but they hope to have them on the market by the end of the year. mark sayre, kpix 5. what do you do when it rains? there is no top on it. >> you get really wet. >> really fast. [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> smart people to that come up with the answers. livermore over the weekend not hitting 70s. 11 degrees below average. where is spring?
it is coming. livermore currently 52. san francisco cloudy and 54. san jose checking in at 56. upper 40s for the north bay. mountain 52. cloud cover. we have a storm to the north. a big strong ridge of high pressure kept the rain to the north. some of you in the north bay had a few showers earlier today. look at all the rain. mess up to the north. pattern is changing. the rain stayed away. another front moves through wednesday bullet the rain will stay away and then the ridge gets close to us and then the weather pattern changes. future cast tomorrow morning, cloudy. few peaks of sunshine. next front on wednesday. talking clouds. looks like it will pour but it won't. showers north of santa rosa and napa and by thursday here comes the ridge, the sunshine, the warmer weather and this ridge is not going to hang out for one or two days. it will hang out for one or two
weeks. here we go with spring. warmer weather and sunshine around the corner. little sunnier tomorrow but not that much. still below average. north bay shower on wednesday and then the pattern change begins on thursday. wind on thursday but sunnier and warmer too. 66 fremont tomorrow napa 69. san francisco 63 degrees. extended forecast, cloudy on wednesday. here comes the sunshine on thursday. look at friday, saturday, sunday, monday, 70s and 80s inland. 70s near the bay. 70 degrees at the coast. spring has sprung. we will be able to say that this weekend. bass fishing weather. no coach, no problem for the golden state warriors tonight. if you missed the 1st quarter you missed the game. tip-off is next. to watch tonight's warriors game from the locker room..but his fill- ,,,,
his back and then some. kevin durant back on the court. looking fully healed. the dunk. warriors 22-3 lead. kevin durant scores 10 points in 20 minutes. later in the courter. 41-16. mcgee for the alley-oop. golden states 451st quarter points. final seconds of the first. behind the back. drops it in for the three. 72-48. steph curry pulls up. hits 3. 104-77. he finishes with 37 points in 30 minutes on the floor. warriors sweep. they face the clippers or the jazz in the second round. >> the 1st quarter, have you been a part of an avalanche like that before? >> no. it was unbelievable. i wish i could say this one thing or that one thing was
really good but everything that we tried to do we tried to do it at a high level and it worked. >> i think they are better than they were last year. i think they are playing with a purpose. considering what happened last year. it will take a great series to beat them. >> the giants lost their ace and tonight ,,,,,,,,,,
injury in colorado last week. madison bumgarner wouldn't provide a time table for his return and apologize for putting the team in the situation -- apologized for putting the team in the situation. >> unfortunate. not the most responsible decision i have made. you know, it sucks. >> former giants romo wearing dodger blue. given a warm welcome in his return to at&t. left the game with right hamstring tightness. bottom of the inning. san francisco 1-0. a two outrbi hit. giants win 2-1. matt cain beats the dodgers for the first time in four years and after being after after thought in spring
what made two guys build race car engines in their own shop? what made them believe that a two-ton behemoth could compete in a track race? or that they could take on the elite in world motor racing, and win? we may never truly understand what drives mercedes-amg. but here's to another 50 years of it. mercedes-amg. half a century of driving performance. our next newscast is tomorrow morning at 4-30. michelle griego and kenny choi will have all the news you need.. to start your day. good night. stephen colbert is next.
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