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of contract negotiations yesterday oddly enough and when i came out, i found my car had been broken into right in the middle of the day right in front of city hall. >> reporter: thomas o'connor showed us the busted out window of his work car today. this is the third time his car has been broken into in two years in san francisco. all were in broad daylight. he was so frustrated he posted this tweet that read #city'sfine , #noproblemhere#markfarrell. >> reporter: the mayor said he sees this as an issue of police resources. he promises to add money in the budget specifically for sfpd to tackle this problem. >> we need to do better as a city. >> reporter: last week george gascon held a press conference where he asked the city for $1 million to build up a task
force to better understand this problem. the mayor said that's a no for him. >> we know what the problem is already. we don't need a task force. >> reporter: ferrell said instead the d.a. and police need to partner up. >> they always need to work closely together. they've had different relationships over time. we need our da's office and court system to be strong. >> it's shocking how big of problem this is the thieves are emboldened to do it in the middle of the day on a busy sidewalk and get away it. >> reporter: o'connor said he did not mean to attack the mayor by sending out this tweet. he just wanted to get his attention. he was certainly successful in that endeavor. he said he would like to see police get more resources to tackle this problem because there's so many in this city. something needs to be done. >> since the mayor isn't willing to support the d.a.'s whole task force thing does that mean the whole idea is dead in the water? >> reporter: not necessarily. it certainly does not have any
support or a lot of support. i shouldn't say any support. it doesn't have a lot of support right now inside city hall, but that could change. the d.a.'s office is hoping the new administration would support this and that could change the conversation. >> susie steimle at city hall, thanks. breaking news, federal immigration officials just released new information on sweeping arrests across northern california, our ken bastida live in the newsroom right now with i.c.e. calling out oakland's mayor. >> i.c.e. agents have been busy since sunday. that's even after word of their enforcement activities leaked out. we now know they have arrested 150 people for violating immigration laws. that number includes one arrest in bay point and another in san francisco. i.c.e. agents also arrested a north bay construction worker, snapchat video capturing the arrest of armando nunes salgado at his home in napa. kpix5 has learned that nunes salgado has a pretty dangerous
past. he was once on i.c.e.'s most wanted list for charges of assault with a deadly weapon. this evening i.c.e. is directing some of its fire toward oakland mayor libby schaaf. saturday she sent out a warning about the impending raids. the mayor said she got the information from credible sources and it was her duty in her words to tell the public as a mayor of a sanctuary city. the i.c.e. director slammed the warning saying 850 illegal aliens and public safety threats remain at large in the community and i have to believe some of them were able to elude us thanks to the mayor's irresponsible decision. unlike politicians who attempt to undermine i.c.e.'s critical position, our officers will uphold their sworn duty to protect public safety." now there is also a question about whether the mayor violated any laws with that warning. this evening i.c.e. is saying that it increased the
risk for its officers and we called the mayor's office for comment on that. we'll have more on this story throughout the evening. >> ken, thanks. rape survivors in santa clara county say they are being victimized all over again by the justice system. kpix5's maria medina is live in san jose with a new push to clear the backlog of these rape testing kits. maria? >> reporter: that's right. a county supervisor wants all backlogged rape kits processed by the end of this year and it's all because of one woman. >> there are 400,000 rape kits that have not been tested in this country. >> reporter: when valerie stinson watched a movie recently, she had no idea she would be behind a huge change in her community. >> i'd seen the film i am evidence. >> right now my name is on a box on a shelf. it has never been tested. >> reporter: the movie exposes the number of untested rape kits in the u.s. valerie went on a mission to find out just how many sat on shelves in the
south bay. >> i was surprised that there really hadn't been much reporting done on that and so the absence of information was a concern. >> reporter: so valerie e- mailed santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez telling her something needed to be done. >> and i got a response within a few days. >> her name is valerie and i wanted to say a very special thank you to you. >> reporter: today less than a month after the e-mail supervisor chavez asked the board to consider making significant changes in the processing of rape kits. first, getting all untested kits through the lab by year end and future kits within 30 days. >> anything we can do to alleviate their suffering, we should absolutely do. >> reporter: right now in santa clara county valley medical is the only place victims can get tested. the board also talked about offering other locations for survivors. all this change started with one woman's e-mail. what would you like to say to the rape victims who you're basically giving a voice to?
hang in there. >> reporter: the board will discuss this again next month. i also want to mention there is a new state law that requires all law enforcement agencies in california to report any untested rape kits to a state database. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix5. east bay teachers fighting for a pay raise are talking about using a new bargaining tactic. kpix5's devin fehely on their version of a work slowdown. if they don't get paid for doing will do ex >> our teachers here at american are very supportive and they always go the extra mile even if not asked to, even if they don't get paid for doing extra things. i feel like they will do extra things. >> reporter: all this might change if teachers aren't able to negotiate a pay raise with the district. now they're considering a controversial tactic known as work to rule in which they would only do the bare minimum working only from the start of their first class until the final school bell rings. >> the vast majority of our
educators do voluntary work for free or at a reduced hourly rate which include tutoring before, during lunch and after school and so on and those types of things would not get done. >> reporter: the district has offered teachers a one time 1 1/3% bonus, but they say i it's not enough to keep pace -- say it's not enough to keep pace with the bay's high cost of living. the district said it's the best they can do without breaking the bank and the two sides need to make sure they find responsible ways to balance the budget while increasing compensation. i'm confident in the power of fremont unified staff working together." the teachers union hopes just the threat of work to rule will encourage students and their parents to put pressure on the district to break the budget impasse. >> we would not jump into something like work to rule immediately or without careful consideration. >> i believe that teachers in general don't get paid enough,
you know, and i feel like that is a big issue. it just shows how little respect and how little value we put towards education in this country. >> reporter: in fremont, devin fehely, kpix5. recology is making some changes to those familiar bins in a move the company said will lead to less waste. kpix5's jackie ward breaks down what you will need to know and looks into the potential for problems. possible to the landfill." san francisco >> reporter: shrinking trash cans and enlarged recycling bins, the latest effort that's part of the zero waste movement. >> we want to send as little as possible to the landfill. >> reporter: in san francisco each household used to have three 32-gallon bins, one for composting, one for recycling and one for trash, but now the blue bin is 64 gallons while the black one is 16. robert reed of recology points out now people have access to 112-gallons rather than 96. >> this is a great shift to provide more gallons for people
in total and provide more gallons for recycling because now you'll have more space in your recycling bin for those boxes. >> reporter: as early as two years ago we reported that recology was overwhelmed by all the cardboard it was receiving, mainly from the rise of online shopping. today after a $14 million investment recology sf now has the machinery it needs to keep up with the demand. this is where all the disposed cardboard of the city ends up. it's first put on a 33-meter long sort deck. then it winds its way through a labyrinth of machines before ending up as a 1,000-pound bale of clean recycled cardboard. if you're concerned about having enough space to properly get rid of stuff, what you've been putting in the black bin may really belong in the blue or green one. >> we've had engineers study what people put in the landfill bin and you know what? almost 75% of that material could have gone in the
recycling or composting. >> reporter: recology said over the last few months recycling has increased by 10 to 15% while the material in the landfill bins has decreased by 10 to 15%. everyone in the city of san francisco will get one of these new bins over the course of the year. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix5. a trip to the dmv can be a headache under the best circumstances and computer trouble today made things even worse. more than a dozen offices across the state had problems with the automated queuing system this morning including six bay area offices. apparently too many clerks were trying to access the same database at the same time and it was an entirely different problem in los gatos where they still have the old queuing system. that system has been down since friday. >> i would say frustrated, but things happen, so try to make the best of it. >> they can't handle their daily load it seems. >> no word when the issue in
los gatos will be fixed. as for that statewide problem, the dmv said it has been addressed and performance should improve in the future. a hazmat situation in the east bay, a strong chemical smell in the air, the leak on the train tracks that forced a shelter in place. >> fire crews on the front lines of a new battle, the 50- year-old system that needs serious upgrades to save lives. >> a rare sight in the bay area, snow capped peaks, why this made one man very emotional. >> that snow melted today under some strong california sunshine, made it into the low 60s in a few spots. there's a live look at san jose with clear skies. clear and warm, remember that because we aren't going to have it any time soon, details when rain returns and cooler weather all next.
about 12-30, someone reported a frightening afternoon inone pittsburg community where a shelter in place order was issued. about 12:30 someone reported a strong odor coming from two train cars on the bnsf railroad tracks. the area on parkside drive near city park of shut down as a result. we're told there was no danger to the public. a new state report concludes emergency officials in sonoma county could have
done more to warn people the night the deadly wine country wildfires erupted. >> not one person received the alert. fi what the hell are we doing here? >> county supervisor susan gorin lost her own home in the fires. she got emotional today as the report was presented. it found an overall lack of preparation among local emergency managers and suggested the county create and practice an updated alert plan. this evening state fire officials say they need to be ready for the next big wildfire. lamore abrams reports they're at the state capitol planning for another destructive year. >> reporter: from napa to ventura county 2017 may have been a record year for destructive fires in the state torching about 1.3 million acres and six times as much as average, but california's fire chiefs say they could have saved more lives and terrain had they deployed crews before
the fires even started, yet that wasn't an option. >> things have changed in the last 50 years and before we depended on that mutual aid system to get us resources in the first 12 to 24 hours, now we need those resources in the first minutes to hour. >> reporter: case in point, the thomas fire in southern california, the largest in state history raging in the month of december. one point according to the ventura county fire chief burning 3 miles in three hours. >> resources are really at a cap. >> reporter: at a time when they're needed more than ever. >> fire season is 12 months a year. it used to run april to october. >> reporter: while senator hannah beth jackson acknowledges the new fire reality, she says time is money. local fire chiefs are requesting $100 million to fix the antiquated response system allowing dispatchers to predeploy resources in high risk red flag conditions. >> if we preposition resources and be a bit more proactive,
kind of an insurance policy, we can save a lot of property damage and lives. >> reporter: they hope saving lives takes away the burn out of the bottom line. >> lawmakers will have a wildfire budget meeting in the spring. a beautiful sight this morning in the east bay. snow covered peaks transformed the livermore hills in mount diablo. chopper 5 captured the wintery scene just after sunrise. neighbors tell us it has been a while since they've seen this much snow. in livermore overnight this dog had the right idea. hey, i'm staying in the warm car as the large snowflakes come down sticking to trees and the ground. kpix5's juliette goodrich is in livermore hills where dozens came out today to enjoy a little taste of winter. >> reporter: if you thought it felt cold overnight, you woke up to the proof, notice atop mount diablo -- snow atop mount diablo and snow covering livermore hills. >> look at that.
>> this is a little bit like the italian alps. >> in danville. >> reporter: there was enough snow early on to get creative building snowmen, but by noon the snow was quickly melting, as we soon discovered. this chunk of snow i was holding is now water. >> there's not a cloud in the sky. it's gorgeous. >> reporter: snow didn't stop cyclists from taking in the wonder. >> the snow was at about 2,000 feet and you turn around and look at livermore and pleasanton mountains and those were covered with snow as well. >> reporter: how often are you having to close the roads because of snow? this isn't tahoe. >> no. it's the first time this year. it's super icy and there's some dropoffs on the edge of the road. >> reporter: for some it was a day to play. for others it was a day to take work outside. >> we thought getting out of the building and spending the time together would be a really great way to connect. >> reporter: in the snow. >> in the snow. >> reporter: for matt grassman and his dog tank today's snow was a chance to reflect.
>> i'm sorry. i'm getting choked up. >> reporter: his mother passed away last night. >> she liked to live in the moment and if she saw an opportunity like this, she would kind of encourage us to take it and yeah, it was a good chance for us to celebrate her. >> reporter: he was definitely living in the moment. a lot of people were, so many people wanting to see the snow firsthand. if you didn't get a chance to, you may have a chance in the next couple days, if not sooner. stick around for weather. that's the latest here in the east bay. i'm juliette goodrich, kpix5. don't have to wait long because here's weather right now. if you missed your taunt to get some snow in mount -- opportunity to get some snow in mount diablo or mount hamilton or anywhere above 3,000 feet in elevation, you in a have a second chance this week. some lower elevation snow is possible thursday and friday. take a look at highs today, upper 50s to low 60s, san jose 58, napa 61, concord 62 degrees. it will not be as sunny or warm as it was today for at least
the next five days. radar will be active tomorrow night, thursday morning rain coming into the north bay first working its way south. look at this, the biggest impact by far in the mountains. widespread snowfall totals in the sierra 3 to 5 feet. the highest peaks could get up to 7 feet of snow by saturday over a four day period and check this out. the foothills even as low as 1,500 to 2,000 feet, this could be the biggest foothill in the sierra snowstorm that we have had since 2011, up to 2 feet of snow in the foothills. why? we're seeing a cold system come down from the gulf of alaska but this time tapping into some tropical moisture, so we get the cold air, lower snow levels and rich moisture from the tropics. we have not seen that combination of the two this winter. tonight we're chilly and clear. nothing is going on tonight aside from being chilly with lows close to freezing in santa rosa, napa, livermore 33, oakland, san francisco 40s. tomorrow sprinkles begin to move in. thursday we will be breezy to
windy with heavy rain at times thursday morning. behind the front rain is still around friday, showers or light rain. rain is still around saturday, showers or light rain. it won't be all clear till sunday, so getting soggy starting thursday morning. coming up a south bay grocery store becomes part of a massive hispanic store chain, what locals have to say about that. >> a st. mary's product comes up huge today for the giants. wait till you see how far that home run actually went and why would giants fans want to go to an a's game? hint. lettimmypitch.com next.
come to the oakland coliseum, and it's very possible tim lincecum will be on th baseball fans mark your calendar for tuesday, april 3rd, when the rangers come to the coliseum and it's very possible tim lincecum will be on the rangers roster. he has not pitched in the majors since 2016 when he gave up 41 runs in nine starts with the angels, but now he's
healthy and reportedly could be the rangers closer where he would have a chance to reinvent himself as a reliever. lincecum has always been a starter but was successful out of the bullpen in 2012 during the playoff. giants and diamondbacks, former st. mary's car kyle jensen hit a mammoth -- star kyle jensen hit a mammoth home run that hit the wall, bounced up into the trees. see that kid? he's still chasing it. that's a walkoff grand slam to cam off a six run 9th for the giants -- cap off a six run 9th for the giants. jensen is back in the state after playing last season in japan. how excited are the sharks about picking up evander kane for the stretch run? kane arrived last night and joe thornton was at the airport to greet him. >> jumbo picked me up last night. that was real nice of him, especially with the injury he has. it's good to see a familiar face right off the hop and thanks. >> kane will be in the lineup
tonight when the sharks host the oilers. he's just excited to be back on the ice. he had to sit out last week after waiting to be traded. >> my approach tonight is i've been a healthy scratch the last two games. so just trying to get the legs going a little bit. the ncaa remains under heavy scrutiny over schools and agents illegally paying players, really nothing new. lebron james went straight from high school to the nba. he was asked how much he was offered in 2003 by schools hoping to lure him to college. >> i can't even talk about that. me and my mom was poor. i'll tell you that and they expected me to step a foot on the college campus and not go to the nba, we wasn't going to be poor for long, i tell you that. that's a fact. >> that is a fact unfortunately. the warriors blew out the knicks last night thanks to another huge 3rd quarter.
thing were going so well even javale mcgee was hitting fade away jump shots. nobody in the garden saw that and no one more shocked than comedian jon stewart. magee had some fun with it. check out his new profile on twitter starring jon stewart. the fact of the matter is a lot of knicks fans were doing that flirting with the playoffs. they lost 11 of the last 12 games. there was a time warrior fans had that same reaction. coming up in our next half hour a californian accused of trying to join isis, what landed him on the fed's radar. >> a california politician at the front of gun control debate, her push to raise the age to buy a gun. >> counterfeit goods are flowing into the united states and ending up on some of our biggest shopping sites, how to spot a fake from the real thing.
a northern california man.. accused of trying to fight for isis. us: our top story at 6:30 a northern california man accused of trying to fight for isis. elizabeth cook tells us he was arrested after flying overseas to join the terror group. >> his name is bernard augustine. he is 21 years old and is from
stanislaus county. federal prosecutors say he flew from sfo to tunisia in 2016 with the intent of traveling to libya. he was arrested trying to cross the border. court documents show evidence on augustine's computer explains his desire to join and potentially die for the terror network. one e-mail read in part, " my purpose in life is to seek the ultimate justice. the good people in this world bring balance and push back against evil and give their lives freely in the process." augustine lived in the small central valley community of keyes south of modesto. his former high school classmates say he never showed any sign of extremist behavior. >> yeah. that doesn't sound like him. i liked him. i never saw anything wrong with him. so that sucks to hear that. >> he's just a quiet guy, smart. i mean that's all i know about him. >> augustine spent time in a tunisian prison before being turned over to the fbi. he is now back in the u.s. charged with providing material
to support terrorists. a step forward for the trump administration's border wall, a federal judge has cleared the way for 14 miles of the wall in southern california. opponents had argued the trump administration illegally waived environmental laws before construction. state attorney general xavier becerra said california will still look at options to stop the wall. he said a medieval wall along the california border does not belong in the 21st century. senator dianne feinstein and republican jeff flake introduced a new bill today as students nationwide are staining walkouts. in colorado hundreds of people held protests to demand stronger gun law reform. >> kpix5 political reporter melissa caen joins us now with more on the bill and feinstein's fight for gun control. >> gun control is in the headlines now, but for dianne
feinstein it's been an issue since her election to the senate in 1992. it was gunfire that thrust dianne feinstein into the spotlight. boast mayor masconi and supervisor harvey milk have been shot. >> reporter: she was elected mayor twice on her own. in 1993 a mass shooting at 101 california street at the law firm of petit and martin. shot s. she's al >> there was killing and chaos on california street. >> eight people were killed, six wounded. that year senator feinstein proposed an assault weapons ban. >> a law firm, secure on the 31st floor of a high rise building, a disgruntled client walks in and just mows down employees. >> the assault weapons ban became law in 1994, but it
expired in 2004. since then senator feinstein has tried repeatedly to reinstate the ban, but there has not been enough support. here's senator ted cruz arguing that it's wrong to single out a certain class of weapons. >> would she think that the 4th amendment's protection against searches and seizures could properly apply only to the following specified individuals and not to the individuals that congress has deemed outside the protection of the bill of rights. >> one, i'm not a 6th grader. senator, i've been on this committee for 20 years. i was a mayor for nine years. i walked in. i saw people shot. i've looked at bodies that have been shot with these weapons. >> she's also sponsored at least seven other bills calling for gun control. today along with republican senator jeff flake she submitted another one. >> moving the age to 21 for assault weapons or those type of purchases to make a new line with what is already there for
handguns. >> president trump called for that to happen, but for now the white house is being more cautious about whether the president would sign this bipartisan bill. >> it would be premature for us to weigh in, but as i said, the president is still supportive of the concept. >> the president may support the concept, but the nra does not which may be an issue. now the president has invited several lawmakers including senator feinstein to the white house tomorrow to discuss some gun control proposals. >> states can do it themselves. they don't need federal legislation to do this, states like california. >> that's right. california has an assault weapons ban in place since 1989 and so do psych other states right now including the -- six other states right now including the district of columbia. florida does not yet. >> thanks. white house communications director hope hicks refused to answer key questions in the russia probe investigation. hicks appeared before the house intelligence committee today and talked about her time on the trump campaign. once questions surfaced about her time in the white house she
declined to answer. jare the security clearance for president trump's son-in-law and senior advisor has been downgraded. jared kushner will no longer have access to the nation's top secrets along with other white house officials who had operated on interim clearances. meanwhile president trump is already hiring his campaign team for the 2020 presidential election. brad parscale will run the 2020 trump campaign. he was mr. trump's digital media director during the 2016 presidential race. parscale played a key role in building support for trump on facebook and twitter. tonight a hazmat situation is unfolding near the nation's capitol. 11 people on a military base were sickened after a letter containing an unknown substance was opened. this happened inside a building at joint base meyer in northern virginia. three people were taken to the hospital. the building has been evacuated. hazmat crews are now examining that letter. south bay grocery merges with one of the country's largest hispanic store chains.
i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. we worked with pg&e to save energy because we wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
to make a >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces. you'll end up at "cardenas" (card-ih-nus) instead. the next time you need to make a run to a mi pueblo market, you'll end up at cardenas instead. >> kpix5 len ramirez tells us the popular san jose-based grocery chain has been sold. >> reporter: the merger from mi pueblo to cardenas markets is a big money deal that seemed to catch many consumers by surprise. >> i think it's a little weird because it's not mi pueblo anymore. >> reporter: ontario-based cardenas markets took over 15 bay area mi pueblo including this store on king. >> i thought i was in the wrong location, but then i saw the
other businesses. i realized it was a name change. >> reporter: the merger is a new opportunity for workers who crossed over to the new company, but it closes a chapter in a silicon valley success story. the original mi pueblo marks were started here in san jose -- markets were started here in san jose in the mid-1980s by a teenager from mexico who spoke no english. cardenas had similar humble beginnings and will now become one of the largest grocery chains in the u.s. >> they built their companies up into multi million dollar businesses and are now employing over 6,000 employees. >> reporter: this customer said not much has changed inside the stores with authentic produce, bakeries, fresh tortillas, hot deli counters and expansive meat and fish markets, but she noticed more english being used in the signage. >> i think they're trying to also serve the second and third generation latinos who still
want their authentic foods. >> reporter: this customer said she liked the discount specials better under the new name. car -- cardenas says it's looking to improve efficiencies and expand. >> i expect more of the hispanic markets will be taken over by a larger conglomerate because it's a huge, huge market. why wouldn't people want to jump on that market? the hispanic population is exploding and they're never going to stop eating. >> reporter: in san jose, len ramirez, kpix5. a shooting suspect is found. in late january three people were found shot on market street in north richmond. they all survived. the fbi found 41-year-old jermaine hicks hiding in a home in atlanta georgia. these two men are now in custody in connection with the homicide on the peninsula accused of shooting 21-year-old
vanessa gillery and 22-year-old michael salem on saturday in the broadmoor community. the police chief said this is the first fatal shooting in the area in decades. a third person was shot but survived. hollywood, silicon valley, wine country, beautiful parks, california is a prosperous and very beautiful place, but a new study ranks it dead last when it comes to quality of life. what's behind the failing grade? >> are you heading to the sierra this weekend? i have wonderful news and not so good news. the wonderful news, it's going to snow a ton. the not so great news, it's going to snow a ton while you're trying to drive to get there, details on how much rain to expect here next. at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world.
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busy andersen drive will be some drivers heading into downtown san rafael are facing some long deters after this evening, anderson drive will be closed four months for smart train construction. crews are tearing up the street to create a crossing for the commuter rail line as it heads towards its endpoint in larkspur. the city paved over the old tracks decades ago. there was an understanding. it would pay to recreate the crossing if the rail line was
ever used again. well, now that time has come. >> they're actually installing a complete new track bed. they have to put in all new signals and create the safety precautions and all the things associated with a train track crossing a busy intersection. so there's a lot of work to be done there. >> ironly henderson drive was -- ironically henderson drive was initially built to relieve congestion going into downtown. this week transportation officials are set to vote on a plan to include smaller vessels into the san francisco bay ferry fleet. the ferries could carry up to 60 passengers and provide an alternative to daily car commutes to san francisco. a job training program in san francisco is helping people build new careers while building up the city. city build academy is a 14 week program that provides training and job placement services for city residents interested in construction jobs. they get on the job training as they complete projects around
the city. once they do graduate, the program can get them straight into steady union jobs. means som :10:01 (5) >> this is way better than trying to be out there by yourself. this helped me a lot. you know what i'm saying? when somebody reached their arm out to you and you grab it and they really pull you up, that means something. >> the graduates help contractors fulfill their obligation to hire local. the program has operated since 2006. a new study finds californians rank dead last when it comes to quality of life. the study by a group called mckenzie and company scored all 50 states across eight categories including healthcare, education, economy, crime. overall it ranked the golden state at no. 32. the study found california scored high on economy, but we ranked dead last on quality of life. the state taking the top spot? iowa. the age of social media makes it seem impossible to remain anonymous, but 2.4 million people in europe have asked google to forget about
them. google said so-called right to be forgotten requests have been coming in since 2014 when the european union passed the law. it asked google to remove personal information from the company's search engine results. google says it has complied with 43% of the requests. a southwest airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing after an engine malfunction. look at the video. eyewitness on the ground taking this. flames appeared to. >> the out of the gyp several -- to shoot out of the engine several times shortly after takeoff from salt lake city yesterday morning. >> all of a sudden we heard this big pop. what do you do when you've got shooting flames out the side of the engine? it's crazy. >> no one on board the plane was hurt. once on the ground southwest brought out fred the therapy dog to help calm the nerves of some of the kids. a company funded by billionaire paul allen is making progress on a plane with thability to launch three rocks into -- with thability to launch three rockets into space with one flight.
it passed the latest series of tests on a runway in the mojave desert this week. the plane will replace the first stage of a rocket launch hopefully lowering the cost of sending rockets into space. remember when spacex sent a red convertible hurdling toward mars? scientists are saying it could have carried the largest load of earthly bacteria ever taken to space. normally spacecraft are sterilized, but the convertible was not since it wasn't supposed to land anywhere, but it could reach mars anyway possibly bringing invasive bacteria to the red planet. >> should have used the hand sanitizer on that. >> so the flu from earth will make it there first before humans do. we'll get a cold before we even arrive. it's going to get cold around here the next couple days, highs only in the low to mid-50s, rain moving in for the north bay as soon as this time tomorrow. temperatures currently 40s to upper 50s. tonight we're clear the next several hours. we'll cool off quickly.
down to 38 in fremont, 42 in oakland and pacifica, vallejo and san rafael 38 degrees. the radar is clear now. by this time tomorrow some showers or light rain will begin to move into the bay. it's going to be stormy coming up thursday morning as an area of low pressure to our north -- i've labeled it next storm because it's the next storm -- it will work its way south the next 24 hours, clouds tomorrow morning. this storm will tap into some tropical moisture. the last five or six nights we've talked about low snow levels and not much rain. this will hang out to the west more following the storm track to our south and west and tap into some tropical moisture. so we get rain around here which will be more than 1 inch of rainfall. more importantly, the sierra will see several feet of snow from tomorrow night through saturday night -- will receive several feet of snow from tomorrow night through saturday night. we're talking 3 to 5 feet of snow in the mountains. tomorrow morning we're cloudy. tomorrow evening you can see
the rain lightly moving into the north bay. we could see scattered showers anywhere this time tomorrow. most of it is north of the golden gate. heavy stuff moves in thursday morning, pouring in the north bay, san francisco and marin and windy. front moves through. the rain is not done. thursday evening, scattered showers, some pockets of steady rain. friday, scattered showers, pockets of steady rain. this goes on through saturday evening before this particular storm moves out. you add up all that rain over the course of thursday, friday, saturday, 1 to 1 1/2 inches of rain in the east bay, 2 to 3 inches of rainfall in the santa cruz mountains, up to 2 1/2 inches of rain for the north bay and mountains and in san francisco, san mateo, burlingame or foster city, you likely will see an inch or 2 of rainfall. so showers are likely ahead the of the storm late tomorrow. the heaviest rain on thursday and on and off showers through saturday. we should be 64 now this time of year, san jose tomorrow 59
degrees, fremont 56, pacifica 52, cloudy with an evening shower in walnut creek 57, antioch 58, mill valley 54. earlier showers or light rain for santa rosa, 51 degrees tomorrow. thursday wet and windy in the morning. the rain won't let up until saturday, not a washout but on and off rain friday and saturday. sunday is your drier choice over the weekend, more sunshine by next monday, but a storm moving in that arrives thursday morning. back to you. coming up counterfeit goods flooding some of our biggest shopping sites, how you can spot a fake from the real deal. >> coming up on nightbeat at 10:00 would you give medicinal marijuana to your pet? it's a new bill the state capitol is considering. we'll have that story tonight on nightbeat, 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44 cable 12. and here you have a bánh mi inspired fried chicken sandwich.
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