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weeknights on kpix 5 live from the cbs bay area studios. this is kpix 5 news. >> now at 5:00 a-tense standoff in the north bay forces an entire neighborhood to ehave a vac wait. thank you for joining us. >> the standoff is happening on south grove hill avenue in san anselmo. kpix 5 is live at the scene with the latest. andrea? >> reporter: brian, i'm here at the united parking lot. what's going on is officers are going to each home to make sure the residents get out safely. just to give you an idea of how this is all laid out here, thom
me, but the actual incident is going on half mile up that road on top of the hill. they received call, shots fired at a home around 10:30 this morning. there was another person inside the house at the time. authorities say that person got out safely and is now talking with investigators. we did go up in the hills of this neighborhood. the home in question is at the top of the hill up some very narrow and windy roads. there is a full response to this incident. we saw chp officers, marin county sheriffs and neighboring san rafael police department here on scene. the agencies are working together to bring a peaceful end to this tense situation. >> unfortunately, these things do happen and we take them very, very seriously. someone armed with a gun has already fired shots and is in that residence. we are going to proceed with an abundance of caution.
>> margo rohrabacher would not say how this all started and what led to the shots fired. she also couldn't tell us whether or not negotiators on the crisis response team have been able to establish any sort of contact with the suspect inside the home. she did say though that as we approached the early evening hours, they really wanted to get started on the evacuations before it got dark. brian, back to you. >> all right. in san anselmo, andrea, thank you. protests from outside the sacramento police department following the announcement that the two police officers who killed stefan clark last year will not face criminal prosecution. the black lives matter movement has been demanding accountability in the case for more than a year. organizers tgathering is just t in response to the decision. kpix 5 melissa kane has more. >> we will not charge these officers with any criminal liability related to the shooting death or the use of force on stefan clark. >> reporter: ending nearly a
year of speculation, the sacramento d.a. announcedded two officers who shot -- announced the two officers who shot stefan clark will not be charged with a crime. they are still being sued in civil court and still could face discipline by the police department. today, the district attorney walked through the events that led to the shooting. >> at a little after 9:00 on sunday, march 18, a citizen called 911 to report that a person was walking down 29th street breaking car windows. >> reporter: the final report says clarke smashed the windows of three cars, then ran across the street and jumped a fence and soon after a helicopter could see him staring into a home. an 89-year-old man was watching tv inside. clarke picked up a bld thw sha sliding glass window and then ran again. >> reporter: the video starts with mr. clarke running from that sliding glass door. he then runs and jumps on i
think it's a trailer, jumps up and jumps over a fence. >> reporter: at this point, clarke was in his grandparent's yard, but the police didn't know that. he walked around a bit and stopped next to his grandparents' car. the officer who had been searching the area with his partner saw clarke and ran across the street shouting. >> hey, show your hands! stop! stop! >> reporter: clarke ran behind the house as the officer arrived. when the police first round the corner, clarke was standing behind a picnic table. here is a picture of that table in daylight. while he was back there, officers saw something shiny. >> both officers believed that he was pointing a gun at them. >> reporter: the d.a. says not only did police believe that clarke had a gun, they say he appeared to be d was walking towards the officers. initially, he was behind that picnic table, but moved in front of it when he was shot.
>> gun! show me your hands! gun, gun, gun! >> reporter: after the shooting, the officers checked to make sure they weren't hit and talked about how to remove clarke's gun. clarke didn't have a gun. he just had a cell phone. still, overall, the d.a. found that officers did reasonably believe they were in danger of being shot. >> was a crime committed? there's no question that a human being died. when we look at the facts and the law and we follow our ethical responsibilities, the answer to that question is no. >> we'll get you up to date on the weather in the bay area which you can see looking out toward the golden gate bridge sand has been all day, past couple of days in fact, wet. it is going to stay that way through tonight and early tomorrow morning. hi-def doppler shows the place of greatest concern on the russian river. it's eased up into a drizzle.
higher elevations especially a few high showers -- a few showers as well. those rainshowers will keep coming down tonight. a few lingering showers early tomorrow morning. in general, the tendency will be towards things drying up for later on sunday and on monday. there is more rain and it could be significant coming in by tuesday. we'll have all the details when we cover the forecast in a few minutes. sky drone 5 now getting the view of the damage left by days of major flooding. waters have receded revealing devastation and ruin along the russian river. early estimates place the total damage in the county at $155 million. 1,900 homes suffered damage along with 578 businesses. clstate of emergency. the break in the weather gave residents a chance to assess thmess ng a debris disposal station was anwhe people could nville park drop off ruined household items
and yard waste, everything coated in a thick layer of muck. >> i was here in '86 for the 49- footer, but i was living above the waterline then. i didn't have you mud. the mud is the worst. it's just the worst. >> we clean up, we get on with business. >> the locals say as difficult as the cleanup is, they're happy all they've lost is stuff and most of it can be replaced. oakland teachers are set to vote whether to end a strike that's been going on more than a week. a tentative agreement includes a hike over three years and a bonus. a lot of the teachers say they're divided whether the deal is good enough. >> reporter: a packed meeting d the union reps to talk about the tentative agreement. many teachers say they reject the offer, but quite a few say it's a good compromise. >> i am voting yes.
i am unwavering yes. >> right now i'm leaning more towards no. >> reporter: the agreement would give teachers an 11% pay raise over the next four years and a 3% bonus. >> 11% over four years does not keep pace with inflation and we're currently the lowest paid teachers of any major city in california. >> reporter: those against say it doesn't stop school closures and provides student support services. >> it doesn't address nursing case load at all. not at all. we need to go back to the bargaining. >> there are no real changes in class size. we have to wait 2 1/2 years for one student to be decreased? that's no help for students right now. >> reporter: they believe the union gave in too early. >> it's not even close to a compromise. it's more or less a surrender. >> we characterize the tentative agreement as a complete sellout rotor. >> reporter: those in support worry turning down an offer would cause students and
parents to turn against them. >> a lot of them are struggling and want to get back in the classroom. >> everyone expected all the problems to be solved in this one deal when we are trying to fix decades of mismanagement. >> reporter: tomorrow afternoon, the teachers will cast their vote at the paramount theater. it needs a simple majority to pass. if passed, teachers will return to work on monday. in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. mountainview police have made an arrest who was a french nationalist. they say he was fighting with his roommate when they were called to their home on santa clara avenue last night not far from a trail where a woman s at walking near the park when a man approached and pusheshe bit eventually punked punched her
president trump touted his chances for re-election as he spoke to a convention of conservatives. at the same time, some democratic candidates out on the campaign trail and cbs reporter kenneth craig has details from new york. >> reporter: the next presidential election is a little less than two years away, but president trump was
in full campaign mode during his speech at the cpac convention. >> we're going to do it again i think in 2020 and the numbers are going to be even bigger. >> reporter: cpac hosts supporters and activists in the republican party and the president pleased the crowd with his criticism of what he calls the liberals embrace of the green new deal. >> this is the new democrat platform and i don't want to talk them out of it. i want them to embrace this plan. i want them to go and sell this plan. i just want to be the republican that runs against them for that. >> reporter: he also took aim at democratic opponents like senator elizabeth warren. >> i should have saved the pocahontas thing for another year because i've destroyed her political career and now i won't get a chance to run against her and i would have loved that. >> we are not going to concede one state to donald trump. >> reporter: democrat ers s own criticis for the president at the first rally of his 2020 election
effort. he addressed the crowd in the brooklyn neighborhood where he grew up. >> my experience as a child living in a family that struggled economically, powerfully influenced my life and my values. >> reporter: sanders is one of 11 people already running for the democratic nomination with more still considering whether to join the race. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. >> former vice president joe biden still thinking about a run. he now says his family has signed off on him running if he decides to jump into the race. a mile milestone for space x today. >> three, two, one, zero. ignition, liftoff. >> the company launched its falcon nine rocket designed to transport humans into space today. it took off from kennedy space center this morning. no humans were on board. it's carrying about 400 pounds
of supplies to the international space station. a test dummy named ripley, the life-size test device is meant to test new crew members. a hotel security camera captures the moment a driver is trying to make a left turn into a gas station when it hits another vehicle causing that car to flip several times before coming to a stop. the driver of the black car wascritically injured. it happened in the city of saratoga. police are still looking for the hit-and-run driver. it's been in the works 15 years. today, sutter health opened its new san francisco campus. the $2.1 billion state of the art hospital will replace center pacific and san francisco campus. the building has 274 beds and has features meant to withstand a major earthquake. >> it's just an honor to get to come into this new facility ved it's beautiful. i think it will help with
overall care. >> reporter: dozens of ambulances showed up throughout the morning to transfer patients over. the hospital estimates a little over 100 patients brought over today and about 100 more are expected tomorrow. slowly digging out of all of the rain we've had in the past couple of days. in fact, at the airport, they are reporting partly sunny skies. same thing for san jose. a peek at the sun as saturday ends and we are taking a peek at the kpix 5 hi-def doppler which shows around sonoma county things have dried up except for the fog and drizzle which will continue. fog can be plenty dangerous as well. hi-def doppler for the central and east bay shows a few light showers hanging around at this hour and same for the santa cruz mountains. the hope is all of this dries out. streets on the golden gate bridge are slick and that is not the golden gate bridge. concord at 54 degrees,
livermore 64 degrees and santa rosa has 54. out the door, we'll be looking for a lot of fog around before sunrise tomorrow with light winds and all this moisture around. it means that we've got fog forming as we head towards sunrise tomorrow morning otherwise mostly cloudy. start out sunday morning, the low 50s for the most part. rain will ease up, but more is coming midweek as we tap into another subtropical source which now we are calling atmospheric river. it used to be call a pineapple connection. it's just tapping some tropical moisture that comes out from around hawaii and interacts with the low and streams over california. few gentlemen cast shows unset -- future cast shows unsettled tonight, but much of this widely, scattered showers. not a big deal. future cast shows between now and tomorrow at this time, a couple more .01 and that's all we'll have. satellite shows something wicked coming this way. heavy rain due into parts of
california next week. the question is where exactly will it hit. another atmospheric river models suggesting it will target south of the bay area. bad news for big sur in santa barbara, but that could shift to the north and we would be in trouble again. we'll have to keep an eye on it. tuesday and wednesday look wet. winter storm warnings posted for heavy snow likely those warnings through tomorrow morning and pretty good snow totals as well with the peak up to about 3 1/2 feet of snow and bear valley about 2 1/2 feet of snow. things begin to ease up and a break from rain for the most part tomorrow. could be a sprinkle or two. overnight lows tonight mid-40s. sun up tomorrow morning at 6:36 and forecast highs tomorrow mild. we'll see mostly in the mid- 50s. the extended forecast, a lingering shower or two wouldn't be a surprise tomorrow
and monday partly cloudy skies, a weak ridge builds in. tuesday and wednesday, looks like more rain is coming in and then as we get toward the weekend, we'll begin to break it up and the sun should come out. that, ladies and gentlemen, is weather. for the latest in sports, here is glenn. way to deliver on a rainy saturday. wait until you see the reception a former giant got today. we've got that and the 13-year, $330 million man got to say hello to his new team today before getting to work in the grapefruit league in florida. it's about time. what the bay area wants to know starting with kpix 5 news. >> it begins with breaking news. >> when they bring you a full hour at 5:00 followed by ken bastida and then expect original reporting and the cbs evening news at 6:30. expect more news when you're
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scoring. home half of the inning, ian kinsler responded and took drew pomeranz and turned it into a three-run double. if you're scoring at home, pomeranz allowed four runs in three innings. padres beat a split squad giant team 7-6. look at the love for this batter. name of hunter pence. this in scottsdale. the former giant favorite appreciated. yeah, the passion now playing for the texas rangers. he was 0-3 in the game, two strikeouts. it ended in a scoreless tie. over in mesa, the a's beat the indians 1-0. matt chapman 1-3 onrun the game. scored the in clearwater, florida, tharm of bryce s neteam after signed a 13 year, $330 million. he switched to number three. he remains in the national league east this time with
philly as his home instead of a visitor for a half dozen seasons. >> the first six years of my career playing in philly, people behind me weren't very nice, but i expect that. i love that. the last year they were all super nice saying come to philly, do this, do that. that was a lot of fun to be able to hear that as well. >> the nba. warriors in moments running in primetime at the philadelphia 76ers. can they end the two-game slide? moving pictures on the late show. franky ferrari on senior day as we pivot to college. usf men in white holoyola marymont. later tied at 62, 62, untied it -- 62-62, untied it. they rallied and that's three straight losses so they are now
21-9, but 9-7 in the west coast conference. on the right a-welcome to joe mcdermott introduced as the new athletic director at the university of san francisco. she'll call the shots of the program taking over for scott sidwell who stepped down after eight years on the hilltop. this may never happen again. four holes in one in five days on the same course. in the case of this marin county layout, you never know. >> i don't know what's in the water in they vawdo, but recently at the -- nevado, but recently at the marin country club -- >> i don't even know where it went. par 316, 3-wood. bob green a 6-iron at the 11. chris an 8-iron at at the 6 hole. bob again at the 16. four hole in ones over the
course of five golf days. what are the odds? >> a hole in one, generally it's 12,501 to make one hole in one and you have four in a span of five days including 549 rounds, i think that number has to be unbelievable. >> also amazing in the indicate of witti gren. >> i had one before. >> reporter: this is the second one of your life? >> yeah, i've had friends here that have had six or seven. >> reporter: this foursome is enjoying their new found fame. a super exclusive club within the club. >> people watch golf on tv. they'll see a hole in one made. when you look at it, you go, yeah, i did that. >> exactly. i'm one of them. >> i start rolling right there and said get in the hole and then it did. >> just relax, hit the ball, land in the middle of the green and the flag was 12 feet back, pitched foornd went in the hole and they -- forward went in the hole and they went nuts. >> it just went down and i absolutely lost my cookies. >> i bet you did.
simply amazing it's going on at marin country club. before we get out of here, we have finals in so far from the nor cal championships. in soccer for the boys, congratulations 2019 champions and for the girls, st. francis, branson and lowell eye want to know did they win anything -- lowell. >> i want to know did they win anything besides bragging rights? my grandmother won a diamond necklace. >> and they buy drinks? >> big time. [music playing] (sashimi) psst. hey, you!
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that's it for us at 5:00. see you back here at 6:00ment cbs evening news is next. >> ninan: severe weather races across the country. millions brace for major storms. one takes a swipe at the northeast, while another brings coast-to-coast snow, and a punishing blast of cold. ♪ ♪ also tonight, hitting back. president trump today pushes past a week of controversy, charging up conservatives and mocking critics. >> but you know what? we're winning, and they're not. >> ninan: close call in the sky over chicago as a jetliner taking off turns into the path of another. >> and it's liftoff. >> ninan: spacex shows off nasas' new ride that could soon rocket astronauts back into