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more hours. now as jessica flores reports we get an idea of motive. >> reporter: this was the scene of an active shooter situation. it's a homicide investigation now. the marin county sheriff's department believes this stems from a tenant landlord dispute. the marin county sheriff's office is revealing what led up to this intense scene. s.w.a.t. teams moved in, tenants ran from their apartments. investigators say an 80-year- old tenant shot his landlord and his landlord's daughter after an argument over a pending eviction. the landlord's daughter died. the father is expected to survive. >> first deputies on scene grabbed the two victims, carried them out of the scene to awaiting ambulances. >> reporter: the shooting prompted the sheriff's department to set up a perimeter to search for the gunman. the entire neighborhood was locked down including a nearby daycare center. >> i think they are pretty
terrified. she told the cop she had six babies in here, keep them safe, and they said they would. >> reporter: they used a battering ram to get in, then threw a flash-bang inside. after rushing in, they found him dead, a revolver by his feet. investigators said he died from an apparent self- inflicted gunshot wound. residents are back home and at this point the sheriff hasn't released the names of the victims or the shooter. in mill valley, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. >> this information just in to our newsroom. officials now have identified the victim as 30-year-old sabrina lu of mill valley. the other victim 84-year-old leonard lu is still in icu. 71-year-old victor lugo is the suspect. highway 4 is open again after a horrific accident in discovery bay. two cars were involved in the crash, one ending up on its
roof. one person had moderate injuries, three others minor injuries. officers describe it as a high- speed crash. he cause is under investigation. it's only been a week since bart officially approved its extension into downtown san jose, and it's already facing a hurdle. anne makovec on the lawsuit just filed by a major bay area sports team that could stop the project in its tracks. >> reporter: the lawsuit says the sharks organization will be negatively impacted by construction and lost parking here near the s.a.p. center and that transportation officials haphazardly pushed through the plan for this bart station underground. the sharks sports and entertainment company is suing the santa clara valley transportation authority and bart saying because vta is so biased in favor of its own transportation systems, it refused to consider studies or conduct studies that might challenge the agency's biases. last week the $4.7 billion
proposal for bart's extension to san jose was approved. a state-of-the-art single tunnel under the heart of downtown with riders dropped off by the "s.a.p. center" which hosts games, events and concerts. while the sharks say they are supportive of bart coming to san jose, the president said in a statement: we don't think the current plan addresses several important issues for "s.a.p. center" including a promise to ensure adequate parking in the diridon area and a safe and accessible environment for our customers during construction. we do not take this decision lightly. >> reporter: no comment today from the vta. and a bart spokesman referred us back to the vta saying: >> reporter: this all comes as transportation officials are asking for federal grants for this plan and the feds do consider local opposition when deciding whether or not to award those grants.
in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. new at noon, oakland's mayor is offering a progress report on the city's homeless situation. she held a town hall meeting to address the crisis. kpix 5's jackie ward was there. >> i have never seen anything like this. >> reporter: the homeless problem in oakland is no secret. trash swallows sidewalks and tent encampments sprawl out from under freeways. oakland mayor libby schaaf said her city has seen a 25% increase in people living on the street, most of them last housed in oakland. >> 82% when we did this count last year, 82% had last been housed in alameda county. >> reporter: as dismal as those numbers are, schaaf reassured the audience that some progress has been made, like a "tuff shed" shelter at sixth and castro. >> 15 people have already gotten full-time jobs out of the 40 that were there. eight of them have now gotten into permanent housing. so once we get people
stabilized, we're really able to help get them back on their feet. >> reporter: it's gotten the attention of washington, d.c. in a good way. schaaf said just yesterday, her office got a call from the department of housing and urban development asking more about oakland's "tuff sheds" and how they can help. >> so we are one of the very few cities in the country that they are actually giving us some technical assistance to help further develop that, to analyze it, to see how we can make it more cost-effective. >> reporter: while the solutions schaaf mentioned are helping short term, schaaf reminded people that the long- term solution to eliminating homelessness is affordable housing. in west oakland, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> mayor schaaf also reminded people at today's town hall meeting that the city of oakland finally has 311. it's a number people can call to report anything from illegal dumping to potholes. evacuations are under way in hawaii as one of the world's largest active volcanos, mount kileaua, continues to erupt sending lava into neighborhoods there.
cbs reporter danielle nottingham has the very latest. >> reporter: hawaii's kileaua volcano erupted thursday sending ash into the sky and lava spewing into residential areas. >> a crack right there in the road. the road is cracking. >> reporter: this cell phone video shows the ground breaking open amid the intense heat. >> we could hear the lava exploding. >> reporter: he was among thousands of people who only had minutes to pack up and get out. >> we had to evacuate my mother without any portable oxygen so that's the first concern. she is 88. >> reporter: the eruption of one of the world's largest volcanos came after days of earthquakes in the area that left sizable cracks across streets and in front of homes. >> i smelt it and i ran to the corner and that's when i ran into a military officer that told me it was smoking. >> reporter: time lapse video from last week shows the activity inside the crater. experts worry the magma could travel underground and threaten homes miles away. with mandatory evacuations in
place, the national guard is mobilized to provide security to 800 structures. >> we have two separate shelters set up right now. we have one shelter set up at a gym for pets. we have another one inside. >> reporter: kileaua has been in a constant state of eruption since 1983. officials can't predict how long this one will last. danielle nottingham, cbs news. the man who led authorities on a nearly four- hour chase in an rv from los angeles to the bakersfield area is now in police custody. 46-year-old stephen houk was arrested yesterday afternoon in the barstow area. officials say he was found inside a railcar. houk fled with his two young children inside the motorhome tuesday afternoon. police followed him for more than 100 miles. houk is a parolee out of oregon and also a convicted sex offender. a live look now from dallas, where president trump is speaking at the national rifle association annual convention today. he said that he is going to vow to protect the second amendment. we have a look at the
attention that the event is getting as the issue of gun safety ramps up. >> mr. president! >> reporter: president trump headed to dallas this morning ahead of his speech to the nra's annual convention. thousands of people on both sides of the gun control debate are expected. >> second amendment was put in place to protect the average citizen from an overbearing government. >> what i would say to the nra is that we are not trying to take guns away. we support the second amendment. this movement is not about repealing the second amendment at all. >> reporter: dallas police have been planning security for weeks. officers will be out in force but intend to allow free speech on both sides if all remains calm. >> at an event like this, we have concerns but we are not going to infringe on anybody's rights. >> reporter: president trump's appearance here was confirmed just days ago. he is addressing the nra for the fourth year in a row. but this year, the nation's largest gun lobby group is
facing increased scrutiny following the parkland, florida school shooting. protestors will include parents of those killed in parkland and other shootings. >> and people attending the convention can carry firearms except when the president and vice president are speaking. the chaplin of the house of representatives who had been forced out by speaker paul ryan will now remain on the job. last week, father patrick conroy agreed to step down as the speaker's request but in a scathing letter yesterday, the roman catholic priest told ryan he was rescinding his resignation and the speaker agreed to keep him on. >> their efforts these days guarantee that there are not winners and losers under new tax laws but benefits, balanced and shared by all. >> father conroy believes a prayer he delivered in november during the debate over the gop tax reform
triggered ryan's decision to dismiss him. they will meet tuesday to discuss things. there will be no nobel prize in literature this year. a major cultural figure in sweden and a husband of a academy member. he denies some charges against him. the prize will be given in 2019. amid rising rents around the bay area, find out which city is seeing prices drop. >> a new approach to treating chronic diseases. i'm laura podesta in brooklyn, new york. how doctors are prescribing food for patients. >> good thing to keep in mind ahead of lunchtime. it's a good day to go outside for lunch. the cloud coverage is gone for most locations. we'll talk about your friday afternoon temperatures and what to expect for the weekend. you could save energy
rate... has fallen to 3-point-9 percent... that's the lowest i . for af some positive news for the usa economy on the job front. the unemployment rate is 3.9% the lowest since 2000. for blacks it's the lowest in more than 35 years. >> the key for investors is wage growth is modest 2.6% from a year earlier. that probably won't put pressure on the federal reserve which is focused on inflation and wage growth is a key inflationary pressure. >> and here's how wall street is responding to the news. the dow is up big up about 370 points. rents are climbing across the bay area. but apartment list reports prices are way down in berkeley. the city has seen rent prices fall by 3.4% over the last year. berkeley has some of the least expensive rents in the bay
area with the median price for a two-bedroom at $2,580. studies have shown how important your diet is to good overall health and now more. >> reporter: here in the kitchen j.t. crofts is filling his prescription for a healthy diet. foods like this cauliflower pizza with roasted vegetables help him fight his chronic health problems. >> we are focusing on plant- based food. >> reporter: jt was on multiple medications to treat high blood pressure, cholesterol and other diseases. when he got gout he decided to try a new approach, food as medicine. >> by adopting the foods that are right for you that feed you, you are able to get off some of your medications. >> what are you cook up in the kitchen nowadays? >> reporter: the doctor is part of a new trend that focuses on diet, relaxation techniques, exercise and more to manage a patient's disease.
>> so this is where your patients can do platt tis so you're prescribing exercise and male -- pilates, so you're prescribing exercise and male nutrition. >> we try to guide into a patient's story culture, take a physical and find out what foods make you feel better and worse. >> reporter: he was told to avoid dairy, meat, sugar, alcohol, processed foods. he was also given vitamin supplements. >> i can guarantee you that i'm not going to go back to eating and drinking and the stuff i was doing before. >> reporter: he has not had agouta a gout attack since he started the program. laura podesta, kpix 5, new york. >> the doctor uses sophisticating at the timing in his practice. he prescribes medicine when necessary and training as a
chef to complement his practice. >> that cauliflower pizza looks good. >> yeah. it looks really good. we are seeing sunshine thankfully, yes, the friday afternoon looking nice but right here, this is where the low clouds are hanging right over the golden gate bridge. this normally gives us a view of the golden gate that is hiding under the cloud cover right there and i do apologize for the speckles on the camera lens there. we can't control that. here's a view of the blue skies over san jose. yesterday was stubborn around the coast, clouds clearing up slowly. it's cool at the water. 56 in san francisco compared to san jose up to 71 degrees. so satellite-radar showing those clouds really pushed in further east.
it's now hanging over the coastline so not bad. not a bad way to start the weekend. so what you will expect to see for the weekend will be sunny warm afternoons especially for those inland areas. we are watching for a low up here and that's going to bring us a chance for some rain but only the very northern edge of california right by the mendocino county area. that's where the rain will come down on sunday. it's going to bring our temperatures down slightly, as well. for us today, 64 for san francisco. afternoon highs that's where we should be. san jose about 8 degrees above average and the low 80s. campbell 81, los gatos 82. half moon bay 59. so about a 20-degree difference depending where you are if you are at the coast versus inland areas. of course, that's where the warmer air is. so if you like the warmer air, head east to antioch, brentwood, 83 degrees. right around the bay temperatures are around the mid-60s for sausalito, 67 in
berkeley and if you are going to the a's game, bring a jacket. it will be a little bit cool especially once the sun sets. first pitch 7:05. partly cloudy and cool skies. now, for next week, we'll have an offshore wind and that's going to bring our temperatures up even more on monday and tuesday. >> thank you. check this out. a giant sinkhole on a farm in new zealand has revealed a 60,000-year-old volcanic deposit. the sinkhole opened up on monday after heavy rainfall in the area. it is 650 feet long and up to 98 feet wide and it runs along a fault line. coming up, skin problems when your pet likes to lick. we talk to our pet expert for advice. led california's fight ofor clean, renewable energy.or he cleaned up pollution at the port of l.a.
dr. jill chase joins us today to talk about "lick granulomas." every friday we check in with our pet expert to tackle pet owner issues. dr. jill chase joins us to talk about lick granulomas with murphy. >> it's a term for like scar tissue. and so sometimes dogs will lick and lick and lick at this area, i don't know if you can see on murphy, this area right here. they will lick and it will become if your-- it will become furless and look a
scar. it's tricky to determine the cause. sometimes it's a medical issue to do with the bones or maybe they strained a ligament or tendon and licking it because the warmth of the tongue makes them feel better. you have to understand the cause. so sometimes we do x-rays to see if there's a problem. we'll try something we call it treating symptomatically. this is actually murphy's wound on one of his legs initially. they have actually all healed up beautifully. >> that looks bad. >> so sometimes if we don't know what's causing the problem, we'll just treat the symptoms. we'll can put on ointment and sock. in murphy's case he went on an oral antibiotic and he healed beautifully. it doesn't always work, though. >> thank you, so much. murphy, you're such a good boy. if you have a question about
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♪ >> justin: steffy will figure this out. >> bill: figure what out? oh, yeah, that liam's leaving her? right, because he's telling her right now. >> justin: that you staged this betrayal. >> bill: [ laughing ] oh! i didn't stage anything. you're the one who set it up to make it look like steffy and i were together in here. nice touch with the lipstick, by the way. did you actually put the lipstick -- you were kissing that pillow? >> justin: yeah. >> bill: see, that's why you're my man 'cause that's true commitment. look, i'm not taking any pleasure in this. >> justin: yes, you are. >> bill: no, i'm not. i don't want to see liam hurt. but steffy and i will be together, and the sooner liam realizes that, the better. >> ridge: so, where is liam? >> steffy: obviously he's not here. >> ridge: well, he must have