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the billboard shows santa clara councilman and supervisorial candidate dominic caserta smiling and standing with a woman and a young girl. >> he started massaging me. i told him to stop and he did not listen. >> reporter: a former campaign worker says looking at it re- traumatizes her. >> i still haven't processed everything that happened to me. i'm still in the process of, you know, dealing with it myself and having to see his face. it's hard. and it brings back a lot of memories that i'd rather forget about. >> reporter: the 19-year-old german exchange student was the first to excuse caserta of sexual harassment last week. since then, and other young women including campaign workers, students, and former students of his at santa clara high school have also accused him of sexually harassing them. a community group is now demanding that outfront media, which owns the billboard, take it down, even though it has been already paid for by caserta's campaign.
>> we are here today to inform the business community about what's going on with this candidate. we want the business community to join with us and choose daughters over dollars. >> reporter: caserta has denied the allegations. and in an interview with kpix 5 last week, seemed to suggest they are political. >> these allegations are false. and i'm sad that there happening, literally 29 days, a couple of days ago, before an election. >> reporter: santa clara police are investigating several allegations from the young women. and, mayor lisa gillmor says she is sickened by the allegations and hopes to pressure caserta to step down from his seat. >> we will start the process to censure him and asked for the resignation. >> reporter: dominic caserta will have the opportunity to speak up and defend himself
tomorrow at the city council meeting. but it's unclear whether or not he will attend the meeting. he skipped last week's meeting and has not attended recent candidates' forums. reporting live, len ramirez, kpix 5. now at 6:00, the race for san francisco mayor just got ugly. video shows london breed supporters shout down candidate jane kim. the tense moments happened over the weekend at an event in the fillmore. here is more on what happened. >> reporter: it started as an argument among the audience members and soon spread to the candidates. one in particular. supervisor jane kim. let's take a look. >> you will need to go home. y'all need to go home! >> reporter: it was billed as a candidates form on the future of san francisco's fillmore district. but it turned into something very ugly. the crowd, many of them supporters of supervisor london breed, who was not invited to the form, shouted down rival candidate jane kim. >> what is she going to do? [ bleep ] >> reporter: event organizers
said it appeared to have been prepared land. -- preplanned. >> it was very racist, very xenophobic, very homophobic. also, very dangerous. and, it could have gotten completely out of hand. >> reporter: the community foundation showed up to raise questions about the candidates about their commitments to the neighborhood, say it wasn't planned. >> in a period of consular hearing politicians promising things but with no follow-up. it's just kind of like somebody poked the bear. or, like, somebody lit a match next to a firecracker. >> reporter: once known as the harlem of the west, san francisco's fillmore district is now undergoing both gentrification and displacement. >> there have been 14 businesses that were closed.
>> i can't say that race was involved. but then i can't say that it wasn't. because when you've got these factors of class and race, there is a tension there. >> reporter: whatever the reason, candidate breed was quick to condemn the outburst. >> i don't condone racial slurs or divisiveness in any way. sadly, the same has happened to me through the course of this campaign. and it definitely does not feel good. >> reporter: as for kim who got shut it down? >> what was unfortunate about the incident is that ethnic slurs were used. not just against me, i have to say. there was some bullying that was occurring between the participants as well. >> reporter: this sort of underscores the whole tone of the race up until now, with all sides competing for a very small piece of the voters pie. in the next couple of weeks, it's going to get even more tense. onset, phil matier, kpix 5. >> coming up in our next half hour, we will have more from the candidates for mayor at a
form at the commonwealth club. it is moderated by hour political reporter. new at 6:00, the company accused of fraud in the cleanup of an old san francisco naval bases getting grilled by the board of supervisors. tetratech was charged with clearing -- at an old shipyard. lawyers did not like what the company had to say at the shipyard. >> reporter: the company lawyer came in with a. statement and supervisors kicked him out of the hearing room. it was all about accountability inside of city hall today. for the people of hunters point, this was the ultimate "i told you so." for decades, they been telling city leaders they are living in a dangerous situation, next to this superfund site. today, city leaders told them, we hear you, and we'll do
something about it. >> reporter: critics call it a case of environmental injustice. the cleanup of radioactive material at the hunters point shipyard may have put tens of thousands of families at risk of exposure to toxic chemicals. >> this is out and out murder. this is genocide of a community. and we need to put a stop to it now. >> reporter: for the first time, san francisco's supervisors held a meeting to publicly admonish the responsible parties. representatives from the u.s. navy, the epa, and contractor tetra tech stood at city hall for round after round of shame on you. >> tetra tech messed up big time. it feels as if the navy is constantly sweeping something under the rug. that is very disingenuous and quite frankly, infuriating. it's not fair. >> reporter: this site is to be a dumping ground for radioactive material during world war ii. the u.s. navy spent $1 billion to clean up the soil so it could be approved for housing and retail space. dozens of people now worry their children are on dangerous ground. two tetra tech employees have already come forward, admitting
to falsifying soil samples there. still, the navy insists the shipyard is safe. >> it's safe. i would live there. i would have my family lived there. >> reporter: it's not enough to say, it is safe, and you would live there. quite frankly, you don't live there. >> reporter: tetra tech sent an attorney on the decade-long case for three months. the supervisor said sending an attorney with a prepared statement was disrespectful, and kicked him off the podium. >> i feel if you are not going to answer questions, i'm not going to waste your time with this. >> i was prepared to have an honest conversation. to answer any and every question that they posed today. unfortunately, they did not give us that opportunity. they chose to grandstand and make a spectacle. >> reporter: tetra tech consistently dismissed the whistleblowers as simply disgruntled employees. they say that the shipyard is safe, but they have offered to
pay for an independent contractor to conduct testing there. the city says it will not take tetra tech up on that. it does not want to work with tetra tech. instead, they are hoping that the navy will pay for an independent contractor to conduct that testing. live at city hall in san francisco, susie steimle, kpix 5. san francisco leaders are pushing back against a proposal to reform the sinks ray city wall. angela alioto is running for mayor and circulating a petition for a november ballot measure. she wants to allow local law enforcement to coordinate with immigration agents in certain cases if a suspect has committed a violent felony or is booked on suspicion of one. today, mayor mark ferrell rejected the idea, and suggested angela alioto is echoing president trump. >> never in my wildest dreams did i think that the rhetoric from donald trump in washington, d.c. would find its way into our backyard in the city of san francisco. to me, it is absolutely insane.
>> reporter: ferrell emphasized the san francisco sinks ray city status will not be changing. candidates competing with alioto are also against her proposal. new at 6:00, the catholic diocese in oakland is taking legal action over alleged construction defects in the cathedral of christ the light. kpix 5's juliette goodrich is live in oakland with the very latest. julia? >> reporter: the cathedral is directly behind me. we also took out sky drone 5 to give you good aerials of this cathedral. it's the cathedral of christ the light. it was built 10 years ago. we are going to show you hard to see structural defects. but the church says they are there and they want them fixed. >> i hope it's not too bad. that they don't have to really tear this thing down. >> reporter: across from lake merritt in the heart of oakland stands the cathedral of christ the light. >> it's a very beautiful building. especially at night. and, we have been to services
there. and, we like the whole arrangement. >> i mean, it's a nice cathedral for the way it was built. but, it's a little unusual for the structure is self. >> reporter: now, the cathedral is in mediation over what they call design and construction flaws to the building. saying in a letter to its parishioners, various construction defense have been -- in a letter, they say quote, we are deeply disappointed in the extent of the defects, especially for our cathedral. the catholic cathedral corporation of the east bay has taken legal action to ensure the responsible parties pay for the necessary corrective work. a court upon the judge approved the diocese inspection testing to see what needs to be done and who is responsible for paying for the inspection and repairs. >> i kind of look up and wonder what the, you know,
architecture people were thinking when they designed it that way. >> the inspections will begin this month. there will be a general contracting there to do the inspections. so the church will not be closed. that there will be some work going on. we reached out to the church and they released the letter that they sent to the parishioners for us to read as well. we also contacted the architect to get more information and are waiting to hear back. that's the latest from oakland, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. parents accused of sadistic torture and abuse. police say their 10 children were beaten, burned, and forced to live in filth. what we found when the mother invited us into her home. this busy bay area highway is a hotspot for animals getting hit. the solution to prevent costly crashes with wildlife. we showed you video of people openly shooting up at a b.a.r.t. station. now, police are getting extra help. how the new plan of action is working. he's been called a rockstar lawyer. he tops the charts on progressive causes...
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were tortured and living in filth. investigators say they heard horrifying stories from the children living in the home on fieldstone court in fairfield. our first look inside of a bay area home where police say 10 children were tortured and living in filth. investigators say they heard horrifying stories from the children living in the home on fieldstone court in fairfield. both parents are facing felony charges. >> reporter: prosecutors say the torture was carried out
quote, for sadistic purposes. the mother, 30-year-old ina rogers, was booked on child neglect charges. on friday, authorities arrested the father, 29-year-old jonathan allen, for what they call a history of severe physical and emotional abuse. ina rogers denies her children were ever abused. she describes a caring and loving home. she agreed to take reporters inside. we found the home in disarray. a mix of toys and clothes in every room. not many beds for her kids. the worst was the bathroom. the floor appeared filthy. when police searched the space, they reported spoiled food, animal and human feces on the floor. the new charges today are the results of interviews with the children. >> the children described incidents of intentional abuse resulting in puncture wounds, burns, bruising, and injuries consistent with being shot with a pellet gun or bb gun.
>> reporter: jonathan allen also in court today, facing nine counts of felony torture, six counts of felony child abuse. he did not enter a plea. his bail was increased to $5.2 million. rogers broke down out of the courtroom after hearing the judge's decision. >> what i've heard is that my husband has broken my children's bones, which could be checked with an easy x-ray. why hasn't anybody x-rayed my children? okay, so that's not true. and, torture? i don't know what they even mean about torture. i have no idea. my children are amazing. they are my life. >> reporter: police say the children are between the ages of four months and 12 years old and were homeschooled by their mother. rogers says that her children are now staying with her mother and sister. allen?
>> thanks. a sonoma police officer is recovering this evening after being shot at a car wash. santa rosa police say this is the suspect. 20-year-old ryan pritol. he was a car wash employee. this happened yesterday at the jolly roger gas station. the manager called police when the suspect was seen holding a gun and acting erratically. as officers approached him, he pulled out his gun and fired, hitting the officer in his upper body. >> we served a search warrant at the residence, we've talked to his parents. we are still looking to talk with friends, associates, and coworkers to determine if they have seen him with this firearm, if they have any understanding of law enforcement. >> he was arrested and charged with the attempted murder of a police officer. a sad update in the case of a bay area skier who went missing back in march. police say they found his body. it was found today at the bear valley ski resort in the central sierra. thomas mullarkey of richmond was first reported missing march 14th.
he never returned to his cabin after a day of skiing at bear valley. there were several searches hampered by winter storms. he was 60 years old. new at 6:00, it's a major commuter route, also a busy pathway for wildlife. now, caltrans has an idea to protect wildlife from being hit by cars on highway 17. the plan is to build an under crossing at the laurel curve in santa cruz county to help animals cross safely. kpix 5's kiet do explains why this area is especially dangerous for animals. >> reporter: this is the infamous laurel curve, dangerous for drivers, but, downright deadly for wildlife. for years, researchers tracked how animals are drawn to this particular spot because of the shape of the terrain, and then try to dash across four lanes of traffic. over the span of 15 years on highway 17, 55 deer and mountain lions have died. >> they are trying to get from one wild place to another. they are trying to procreate,
continue the species, and this road is killing them. >> reporter: but not for long. stephen slane says after they purchased 463 acres of land on both sides of the freeway, it's all systems go for caltrans to build a tunnel. yes, a tunnel. >> we are trying to solve that problem by getting them a safe route under the freeway, which also means that the people on the freeway are not in danger of hitting deer or mountain lions or bobcats. all the animals who are hit at this spot. >> reporter: wildlife crossings are rare in california. the first standalone project was back in 2008 on highway 89. the laurel curve project will be looked to as a blueprint for other crossings throughout the state, and will be a poster child of what can happen when scientific evidence shows there is a problem. the community donates millions of dollars and elected officials helps push it through. >> did you think you would see this in your lifetime?
>> no. it feels great to have it actually no longer be in doubt. this is going to happen. there's a lot of frustrations when you are trying to protect nature. this is a great victory. >> reporter: in the santa cruz mountains, kiet do, kpix 5. >> that crossing is set to be complete in 2021. excellent idea. sunshine around here this afternoon but it did not warm us up at all. look at these highs. in and highs should be in the mid-to upper 70s. well, mid-to upper 60s today. san rafael, just 63. only 58 degrees in san francisco. morgan hill, the warm spot at 72. cloud cover has already returned. look at all of the rain. that's going on in the sierra right now, even some snow and perhaps thunder snow, just west of 395 north and east of groveland. very active in the area of low pressure. we have a different low off to the west. not going to give us rainfall but will continue the feet of cooler air.
this is interesting. may through september, we average less rainfall than any other metropolitan area in the country. even less than phoenix. phoenix gets double the amount of rainfall we do in the summer months. miami gets 33 times the amount of rainfall that san francisco does in the summertime. we get very dry. but our temperature swings can be huge. not only day today, but within one day. ridge of high pressure in seattle, 80 degrees. san francisco had 58. we had this area of low pressure feeding in the cold, stable air. that's not going to change. temperatures will not move much for the next couple of days. cloudy nights and drizzle possible. even though we did not warm up, that same flow from the ocean will keep temperatures mild. 53 in oakland, napa, 49. san jose, 52. tomorrow, we stay chilly. widespread cloud cover will keep temperatures down to the tune of only 67.
livermore, 68, san jose, 69. redwood city, mid-to upper 60s for the high. could there be a few showers toward the middle of the week in the mountains? the answer is, yes. there could be a sprinkle or two. but the overall theme of cloudy, chilly, breezy weather continues through the end of the week and even this weekend where we are milder. a little bit of doom and gloom in the middle of may. back to you. >> makes sense. all bets are on. sports gambling gets the green light from the supreme court. how that could open the door for legal bedding in california. the giants are betting on a superstar's return. the latest on madison bumgardner and when he might come back to the rotation, next. never know when you'll need it" streaming. it's streaming from xfinity that makes your life... simple. easy. awesome. get started with xfinity internet for $40 a month for 2 full years when you sign up for tv.
but it's another guy on the dl the giants fans are talking about right now. madison bumgardner back on the mound for the first time since breaking his hand in spring training. he will throw again on wednesday. he's getting closer to returning. that means he is likely in a much better mood around the clubhouse. >> what is madison's demeanor like when he can't go out there and pitch every five days? >> we stay away from him as usual. if you're watching the bullpen today, you think he is making his next start. that's where he is at. the issue right now, you've got to build a steady stream. >> derrick hall and turned in his best start as a giant yesterday. a shutout in 6 1/3 thinning. with bumgardner, back soon, perhaps holland can be the robin to bumgardner's batman. >> usually when there is a losing streak, it just takes one guy to put the cape on and be superman. >> let's use batman. i'm a batman guy.
♪ >> i wanted more. if you're busy honoring northgate high school athletes over the weekend, here's what you missed. raider linebacker bruce irvin spent his week in morgantown where he was part of west virginia's graduating class. he earned a degree in sociology. great for him. a's and yankees, new york's deliver stances. look what i found behind the backstop. flipped first base for the out. but, the only break the a's got this weekend is saturday's game, ninth-inning, a's with the bases loaded. jonathan luke roy, shallow flyball to left. they got to play at the plate. now, scoring the go-ahead run. the replay seemed pretty obvious, and gary sanchez missed the tag. but the umpires overturned the call. olsen was ruled out and the yankees won the game in extra innings. worst call of the year. diamondbacks outfielder stephen souza made the most of being
mic'd on sunday night baseball. >> do you guys want to say anything to your moms? >> love you, mom! >> i don't think you have to yell, though. i think it just picks up. >> well, my mom is in south carolina. so you have to yell out. >> i think what it does is you go into the tv and you have to turn up the volume. my wife is unbelievable. mother's day doesn't even describe how good she is. there should be a mother's week or a mother's month. >> if you are wondering, they do have a beep button. >> i bet that comes in handy. >> he apparently has access to a lot of bubblegum, too. coming up in our next half hour, expert eyes on b.a.r.t.'s ramp its drug problem. our video department showed people opening up and shooting inside of a new station. how the changes are working.
the new real our top story at 6:30, we are following up on video we first broadcast showing the new reality at san francisco's civic center station. people blatantly doing drugs out in the open. b.a.r.t. officials met again today with city leaders. kpix 5's wilson walker has more on the possible solution. >> reporter: it was an ordinary day at civic center station. thousands of passengers made their way through the turnstiles, station agents worked to keep things tighter, and people found spots to get a fix. >> b.a.r.t. can be working hard, we could be cleaning a hallway and 20 minutes later, it's chaos. >> reporter: this time, the meeting was at the city's emergency management headquarters. >> we are working well together today. 10 or 11 officers tweeted out that they were in the b.a.r.t. station, walking around, saying hello to everyone.
>> reporter: no police around when this young couple stopped to shoot up in the hallway. while law enforcement might be pushing, the flood of drugs on this station and in the streets above is pushing back. >> more so in the last six months or so. >> just law enforcement doesn't -- is in the answer. >> reporter: that was the message from homeless advocates who joined the meeting today. >> one discussion going on now is with safe injection sites that actually connects people to treatment. like, that's the thing. that we don't have enough of those resources available. >> reporter: also on hand, a representative from the court system who says there are solutions short of jail time. >> some people particularly, when have a mental health challenge or the substance abuse problem, they need the extra impetus. and sometimes a court can serve as the impetus to get them into the treatment they need. >> reporter: the discussion of service resources and one forsman continues, as does the human crisis unfolding in and around civic center.
>> really, it's a high level of coordination between social safety and public services. that's what the riders and the public want to see. they don't want to see a bunch of people getting arrested, they want to see people getting help. >> reporter: the push coming largely from mayor mark ferrell who is pushing for a meeting later this week. i talked to a young couple on their way out. no older than the early 20s. i asked what services they might be receptive to. they told me, none. they were not homeless, just in town for the day from oakland. so, no single story at civic center and no single solution. in san francisco, wilson walker, kpix 5. in sonoma county, we are learning more about a deadly stabbing on a college campus. the suspect and victim were not students. it happened last night at sonoma state university in an
on-campus apartment complex. the sonoma county sheriff's office arrested 19-year-old tyler bratton of santa rosa. investigators say he stabbed a 26-year-old man inside this apartment at -- at the village student housing. they believe the suspect and victim knew each other and were visiting friends on campus. one student says he saw the suspect walk away bloodied. >> i heard some screaming. i ran outside to see what was going on because it was obvious he was not joking around. i looked around and there was a guy who started walking down the stairs. i looked at him and saw the right side of him. his arm was all bloodied and he was carrying a knife. >> reporter: police say they did recover a knife and backpack. no word on what led up to the stabbing. the suspected golden state killer face a judge again today, looking a lot different than his first court appearance. cameras were not allowed inside. this is video of his first court appearance when he was wheeled in and could barely keep his eyes open. today, joseph deangelo appeared less frail and walked into a courtroom. several news organizations are asking the judge to unseal the words in his case.
>> what happened today? >> today was a continuance of motions we are fighting, with respect to the unsealing of search arrests and so forth. >> reporter: his attorney is concerned that unsealing the warrants will tank jurors and result in an unfair trial. the judge delayed the decision to review more evidence. a california lawmaker is considering a constitutional amendment to make squirts gambling -- sports gambling legal in the united states. the decision now enables states to pass laws, legalizing sports betting. >> what happens is, we live in an era of the internet and world wide web appeared pick -- world wide web. people can get on their phones today. they are just doing it in offshore websites. >> he says by legalizing gambling, there could be a regulated marketplace that is taxed and safeguarded. deadly violence along the
border between israel the -- between israel and gaza. this as protests continued over the u.s. embassy opening in jerusalem. some 800 people attended the opening ceremonies at the u.s. assembly. president trump ordered the relocation from tel aviv last year. today, his daughter and senior advisor ivanka trump helped unveil the embassy seal. >> we welcome you officially and for the first time to the embassy of the united states, here in jerusalem, the capital of israel. >> we are here in jerusalem and we are here to stay. >> palestinian say the u.s. has given up any claim of impartiality in the peace process. an officials today says the
ceremony as quote, burying the two state solution. turkey's government is upset over the embassy move. it's now recalling its ambassadors to the u.s. and israel. first lady melania trump is recovering in a hospital after having a kenny procedure this morning. president trump left the walter reed medical center this afternoon to see how his wife is doing. he tweeted later to say that she was in good spirits. the white house said mrs. trump is being treated for a quote, be nine kidney procedure. there were no complications. the first lady who is 48 will stay at walter reed for the last -- rest of the week. dramatic video of a collision on a tarmac. a plane slices the tail off of a parked jet. dui arrest our way down in some bay area cities. who is getting credit for the drop?
take a look - an asiana airlines jet.. sliced through the tail of a turkish airlines plane. the slow speed accident happened near the terminals at the instanbul caught on camera, a collision between two planes at an airport in turkey. take a look. a jet sliced through the tail of that turkish airlines plane. the slow speed accident happened at the terminals of
the istanbul airport. officials say no one was hurt. the cause under investigation. dui arrests are on a steep decline in several cities including many in the bay area. a new study shows there was a 21% drop in dui arrests statewide. after services like uber and lyft started. in san jose, dui arrests are down 28%. in san francisco, there's a 14% drop. the study finds that ridesharing has given passengers another option rather than getting behind the wheel. >> we will get there eventually. and i'm hoping. i don't want to be driving out there and people driving behind the wheel when they are drunk. who knows? >> many others say they also opt for the ridesharing option because prices are reasonable. new details in the latest crash involving a tesla. utah investigators say the car
was indeed on autopilot. it happened last week when a tesla model s rear-ended a fire truck in utah. the tesla was going 60 miles per hour when it slammed into the back of a fire department too. the only injury was to the driver of the tesla who suffered a broken ankle. meantime, elon musk says tesla will restructure and flatness management. musk says he's going for a quote, more thorough reorganization of tesla. this comes on the heels of a recent earnings conference call in which he refused to take questions from analysts. new cracks opening and lava bombs flying. hawaii's volcano putting on a spectacular and dangerous show. interesting show in the sky around here. you are not seeing much of the blue sky. here comes low cloud cover once again, spilling all over san francisco bay. if you look way down on that image, it's clear. otherwise, cloudy and chilly. how long does that last? the forecast, next. only one candidate for governor brought business and labor together to expand career training and apprenticeships, invested in transportation
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that violent crime went up 18% in san francisco. in la, mayor antonio villaraigosa put more police on the streets and cut violent crime in half. california's police chiefs trust antonio for governor. to a woman.. who was wearing a hijab. reporter michele gile .. with the confrontation caught on camera. in southern california, a man was denied service at a coffee shop after making racial comments to a woman who was wearing a hijab. >> i said, is this halloween or something? >> why did you say that? >> why wouldn't i? >> reporter: video of an unidentified customer, confronting a woman wearing a cut in line next to him has
more than 1 million views on twitter. >> what's wrong with me? >> you tell me what's wrong with you. >> do you know i'm a muslim? >> i do. >> what's your problem with that? >> i don't like it. i don't like your religion because it says you want to kill me and i don't want to be killed by you, how is that? >> reporter: on friday, barry landau says he was in the store sitting in the back on his computer when it happened. >> the staff tried to get him out right away. this is such a racist attack. >> reporter: he told me he recognizes the victim as a young woman who studies here occasionally. but he has never seen the abusive customer, whose words were recorded by someone else in line. >> are you a christian? in your bible, jesus says to bring the people who don't believe, to them. >> i don't have any kind of conversation with idiots. >> you are committing hate speech!
>> reporter: after listening to the conversation, barry says he started yelling at the man, hoping he would leave. we've bleeped out the profanity. >> [ bleep ] racist [ bleep ] you. shut the [ bleep ] up. shot up. >> reporter: the supervisor refused to serve the man. >> why are you not serving him? >> because he is disrupting a public place and being very racist. >> reporter: tonight, this, from the coffee bean and tea leaf. quote, we have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to discrimination of any kind, and have the right to refuse service to any person who makes customers or team members feel endangered in any way. in riverside, michele gile, kpix 5. right now, candidates vying to be the next mayor of san francisco are all on the same stage. they are taking part in a form in front of a live audience. the discussion just getting started a few minutes ago. this is the commonwealth club. as you can see in the middle,
melissa kane is them on it -- moderator. eight candidates facing questions on big issues including homelessness and gentrification. let's listen in for a second here. >> once again, i turned the stage over to melissa. let's give everybody a welcome. [ applause ] on june 5th... that's three weeks from tomorrow. >> welcome, everyone. >> all right, melissa, getting ready to welcome everyone and let the debate begin again. all eight candidates running for san francisco's mayor position on stage. the election happens on june 5th, three weeks from tomorrow. the danger on hawaii's big island growing this evening. another crack open today, sending lava and hazardous fumes into the air. molten rock and steam spewed from the fissure, making for powerful explosions. right now, there are a total of 18 volcanic vents that have opened up in a -- opened up.
and a self-proclaimed lava chaser ignored evacuation orders to shoot this video from a neighbor's back porch. it shows so-called lava bombs shooting into the air. >> that one shook the house! >> experts are predicting the volcano could produce a steam fueled explosion that would send boulders the size of refrigerators into the air. >> cool video, but maybe not the smartest thing to do. >> what that gentle mandate is nothing short of foolish. he was risking his life. if one of those lava bombs got close to him, that would be the last thing he live streamed. don't do that at home. cloudy skies over the san francisco bay area. notice over lake merritt, we have sunshine on the eastern side of san francisco bay. but certainly not over san francisco where it's cloudy and breezy. lower 50s for fremont, livermore, and redwood city
tonight. low 50s also for san francisco and vallejo. everybody around 50 degrees. everybody waking up to cloud cover tomorrow. it is going to be a chilly and cloudy pattern. it is not going to be a wet pattern. aside from that, we stay dry. but, this low-pressure area off to the west, you can see the l on your television screen. winds always go counterclockwise around low- pressure areas. it's where the chess pieces in this atmosphere are. this rich means nothing to us because it's a way up to the north. it's all about this hello. follow the arrows coming from the ocean. in this case with the low off to the west, we are getting a chilly ocean breeze. until that changes, there is no expectation that the weather should warm up or get sunnier and it won't. futurecast will move slowly through the morning hours. we'll see cloud cover burn back to the coastline in the afternoon. another round of sierra thunderstorms as well. we'll do it again wednesday morning. perhaps even more widespread as the low moves over the bay area. that's going to move out, giving us sunshine on
wednesday. the overall theme, cloudy around lunchtime and slow clearing into the afternoon. that will continue. once the low moves out, a different set of chess pieces here. new low, new rich, but in these locations. counterclockwise around the low, onshore flow does not change. we will be chilly all week long. temperatures below saturn -- below normal until saturday and sunday. afternoon highs will be below average every day for the rest of the week. a little bit sunnier and milder as we head toward the weekend but likely still below average. how much below? concord, a degrees below average. palo alto, 69 degrees. 58 for half moon bay. pittsburgh, 59 degrees. minimal sunshine in the morning, blue sky in the afternoon. a breeze in berkeley with a high of 64. san rafael, 64. 59 for daly city. 70 in clearlake, that may represent the warmest location in lake county.
look at the beach, only upper 50s. low 60s near the bay. it will be slightly milder friday, saturday, and sunday. still below average but more sunshine as we head toward the weekend. that's your forecast. coming up, bay area artists go big or go home. the colorful works coming out of the first oakland mural festival. coming up on night eat at 10:00, things got wiles at this high school prom. videos of this caged tiger are going viral. the schools response tonight on night beat at 10:00 on our sister station, cable 12.
to california schoolsd, need big change. marshall tuck is the only candidate for state superintendent who's done it before. less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. terminal after late mayor ed lee. a rally today in san francisco to make that happen. the chinese chamber of commerce started a petition.. at sfo, a new push to rename the international terminal after mayor ed lee. >> the chinese chamber of commerce started a petition and has collected 10,000 signatures in the last two weeks. the group says marilee had many accomplishments, but he did not get proper credit for them. the chinese chamber of commerce hopes to bring signatures to the airport commission meeting tomorrow. and it's a big week for artists in the east bay. >> artist still celebrating the
local mural. here's a look at what they are creating. >> reporter: when it comes to art, oakland has embraced the attitude of go big or go home. it's wall sites merrills downtown have put the city on the street art map. >> yeah. this is the capital for it. >> reporter: but this week, the neighborhood around jack london square is alive with mere lists turning drab, industrial buildings, into colorful objects of art. the first ever oakland mural festival has commissioned nine teams to create huge paintings in seven days time, and giving them the tools to do it. this four man group called creative shields is paying homage to a style of street performance called turf dancing. >> this is a chance for us to really go bigger and better than before, and get paid to do it. so you can't complain about that. >> reporter: around the corner, a graffiti artist and his partner are working on a piece
about guardians, that celebrates a mix of their latin and asian cultures. >> when you do it on a really large wall, it makes a big splash and affects people's spaces and lives. >> reporter: a few blocks away, aaron yoshi has begun a mural called oak flint dreams. featuring the image of a woman's hands. she says in her lists tend to pick more hopeful subjects and often bring a more feminine approach to the work site. >> it's more equitable. we get the same amount of space, there's always access to a bathroom. people bring snacks. >> reporter: different styles and approaches, but one common commitment. getting art out of some silence museum. out to where the people can see it. in oakland, john ramose, kpix 5. >> a lot of good talent. way to showcase it. for news throughout the evening, the latest on
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