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. now at 11 p.m. stanford rolls out new rules in the wake of the college admissions scandal. >> tonight what is being done to make sure recruits really play the game.
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>> lyft is gearing up for a ipo as drivers struggling to get by protest. >> and rain still coming down over parts of the south bay right now. what you indeed know for your morning commute. good evening. >> we begin with breaking news. at the b.a.r.t. station. a woman has been attacked on a train. b.a.r.t. is telling us a man hit the woman in the head with an object. he was arrested at the station. the woman was bleeding. she was taken to the hospital. we are going to check on her condition and get back to you. the ll t fr the college admissions scandal. stanford is changing the rules to make sure everyone plays fair. kpix 5's maria medina on the campus tonight. >> reporter: yeah. student athletes will be screened, they will undergo
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background checks and this won't be the first changes we will see. >> she going to ski economy. >> reporter: her daughter is a skier and with one year left of high school they visited stanford universities today as a potential college. >> they don't have a ski program but she is interested in other things. we will see. >> reporter: when news broke of parents who paid a college consult tonight bribe coaches and administrators to secure admission, she wondered how they could slip through the contraction. >> really unfortunate. hopefullythey put measures in place. staff will be after firing a sailing coach for accepting $800,000 worth of es. instead of just a recommendation by a coach, all
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student athletes will undergo background checks and then review and confirm athletic credentials. >> they are good steps. >> i think that checking student's credentials is appropriate. >> reporter: they just started their search for colleges. >> she works, trains really hard and, you know, studies really hard and is hoping to get in on her own merit. >> reporter: stanford is reviewing how it accepts gifts and donations. maria medina, kpix 5. 12 suspects in the college admissions scandal were arranged in court in boston today. six former coaches accused of taking bribes. all 12 pleaded not guilty to conspiracy. rain was off and on for people trying to watch the bay
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bridge series tonight. umbrellas were a much needed accessory. mean time a stunning sunset. gorgeous. as this round of rain moves out we have another one on the way. here is kpix 5's chief meteorologist paul deanno. here we go again. >> the rain moved out of san francisco, it is not moved out of the bay area. gorgeous sunset. nothing but rain for the past several hours in san jose. you were the last to get the rain and you will be the last to see it exit. livermore. dublin. pleasanton seeing showers tonight. making slow progress to the east. future cast just got new information, light showers could be around at 3 a.m. tomorrow morning but gone for the morning commute. cloudy but no new rainfall. totals, a lot more than we thought. an inch of rain today. half inch for oakland.
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rain not done for the week. there is another storm coming. >> thank you. as lyft gets ready to go public, we are hearing from drivers who say they can barely make ends meet. kpix 5's betty yu is live with a look at the protests ahead of the ipo. >> reporter: drivers want higher pay and better wage policies. to do they showed up to make the statement known. he has been driving with lyft since 2012. he works six days a week and he says he makes 60% of what he used to. >> working 10 hours, 12 hours, you make to 50 to $300. >> reporter: after paying for maintenance, payments and insurance, he doesn't have much left. >> sometimes i wake up midnight because i know i cannot make my
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bills. makes you frustrated. it is a lot of pressure. i have four kids. >> how much is it going to cost us? >> reporter: she was among dozens of drivers who showed up in san francisco hoping to make their feelings know to potential investors and executives at lyft's ipo meeting. they held the meeting that olympic club instead. >> the drivers, they get the -- >> reporter: on thursday lyft will price its initial public offering. it plans to raise $2 billion in the biggest u.s. listing this year. he was at today's san francisco protest. >> you can make them rich, that
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is fine, pay us. we want to make money too. >> reporter: in a statement to kpix 5 lyft says it has a strong track record of helping drivers increase their earnings and also added the majority of drivers use lyft as a temporary source of extra money. drive in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5. tonight a boy is hospitalized after falling from a four story balcony. this happened about 5 p.m. this evening at an apartment building. police say it appears to have been an accident but they are still investigating. in san francisco tonight police are investigating a shooting that department of corrections building in the mission. a man was founds suffering from gunshot wounds. police tell us no one was the department of corrections was involved. a sad update, a teenage girl who was hit by a car inth
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the 14r-s st while crossing the street 10 days ago. she was walking with her mom and her dog at the time. tonight the lawyer known for representing adult-film star stormy daniels in her lawsuits against president trump is facing his own federal charges. michael avenatti was arrested today in new york. >> reporter: prosecutors say the attorney is an extortionnist and embezzler. he appeared in court today and then posted bond, $300,000. he was arrested at a law firm where he gone to meet with executives from nike. he is accused of trying to shake down the company for more than $20 million. he threatened nike he would go public with claims it was involved in an illegal
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recruitment scheme. >> i am highly confident that when all of the evidence is lay bare in connection with these cases, when it is all known, when due process occurs i will be fully exonerated and justice will be done. >> in a second case filed in los angeles prosecution say he embezzed more than a million he owed a client. he is the same lawyer who represented colin kaepernick against the nfl. >> thank you. tear the latest on this developing story at 4:30 a.m. tonight the feds are looking into what happened at the contra costa county's election department. kpix 5's christin ayers reports
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the trouble started with an e- mail. >> reporter: department of homeland security and the fbi are investigating a cyber attack. it is unlike anything they have seen. the hacker's e-mail came last monday at the clerk and recorders office disguised as a contacted. officials say the e-mail was unusual sophisticated and appeared authentic designed to try access the e-mail system. it appeared to come from an overseas source. officials believe they were targeted. >> we have to assume it was designed with the intent to do damage toour and it wajust random. >> reporter: i spoke to a former fbi official who say these attacks often originate
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in russia. christin ayers, kpix 5. the contra costa county clerk and recorder's office says they are taking extra precautions. southwest boeing 737 max 8 parked waiting for a fix. the latest on what is being down to get the planes back in the air. a morgan hill teenager falls victim to a hot prowl. what happens after she locks herself in the bathroom and police surround the house. >> and apple for comfort food at a comfortable price, try my sourdough patty melt combo with fries and a drink for just $4.99. it's the perfect remedy for the uncomfortable things in life... like flying, the dentist ...and guys named ronald. i have my reasons. try my $4.99 sourdough patty melt combo today.
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. southwest is canceling hundreds of flights every day because the boeing 737 max 8 feet is grounded. instead of being in the air the planes are parked out in the desert. >> reporter: southwest airlines, the world's largest operator of the boeing 737 max 8 is now sending their fleet storage at the southern california airport in victorville. they will be parked until they get the green light to go back into service. they were grounded after two deadly crashes in six months. >> flying especially international causes great concern. especially the two crashes. >> i am hoping they can figure it out and make everything safe again. >> reporter: 12 days into the grounding it is still unclear how long the faa order will
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last. some carriers planning long term. >> airlines are trying to make the call as early as they can. american said we are canceling flights for the next month. >> reporter: he is the senior airline business reporter for skip. he says right now the cancellations shouldn't cause major problems because the max is a small percentage of the fleet for all airlines but that could change in the summer and beyond. >> airlines need every single airplane they have in july and august. if they don't have them there will be more delays and cancellations. there could be a scarcity of seats. >> reporter: travelers told us the cancellations and higher prices are worth it. >> it was canceled. i am not sure which airline we are going on or the model. >> better to be safe in this industry than to have something bad happen and look back and
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regret it. >> reporter: right now boeing is working on safety software fixes and pilots ilwith have to be trained and then the faa and regulators will have to evaluate everything before the planes can get back in the air. kpix 5. a woman's body was found on the beach earlier today. authorities are investigating whether it is that of a 23-year- old, she was buried in a landslide last month while walking with her dog and a friend. the cliff above them gave way. her friend was rescued, so did the dog but she was never found. her father has been asked to come to san francisco today as part of the investigation. imagine you are home alone and all of a sudden you hear someone breaking into your home. kpix 5's andria borba has more
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on how a morgan hill teenager helped police catch a thief. >> reporter: how calm are you in a high pressure situation? one teenager made all of the right moves. typically the only problem was traffic. on saturday around 3:45 o'clock police say this woman noticed an empty driveway and knocked on the door and when no one answered broke in. but there was someone home. a girl who locked herself in the bathroom and called 911. >> she could hear the suspect inside her home breaking the window, entering the home and rand sacking each room and as officers set up outside the suspect came out the front door. >> the suspect captured on home surveillance video walked out with jewelry and other goods and police issued handcuffs. he says the victim made all the
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right moves. >> she stayed on the line with us. she stayed calm as much as she could. she described what was going on. what she heard. she tried to stay as quiet as possible not to alarm the suspect. >> the suspect is known to the police department and she was under the influence. a fact that does not surprise one resident. >> teenagers do drugs and get in fights a lot. it is pretty dangerous here. >> reporter: residents say what was once aa city of 12,000 turned into a community of silicon valley and changed. >> it is getting worse than it used to be. most we had were kids racing up and down the street. >> reporter: morgan hill officers say the saturday afternoon burglary is atypical beuse they typically happen monday through friday while people are working in silicon
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valley. andria borba, kpix 5. before you eat that avocado there is a recall that you need know about tonight. the henry avocado corporation recalled california grown avocadoes in six states tonight including california because of possible listeria contamination. check for a bravo sticker or the words organic and california. no illnesses have been reported. this may have been apple's splashiest event ever. hollywood a-listers packed cupertino as they unveiled new products. kpix 5's kiet do was there. >> reporter: the only thing missing this morning was the red carpet. the campaign of hollywood a- listers marked the moment the company crossed over to content
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creation. >> this was the most star power i have ever seen in silicon valley. >> reporter: today was about services. apple tv plus with the new magazine subscription, apple cred credit card. >> this is all about new revenue for apple. >> reporter: he says the company rakes in 45 to $50 billion a year in services alone. >> we believe that will double in the next three years. >> reporter: just from services? >> just from services alone. >> apple wants to be a disney like family friendly brand. >> reporter: she says netflix is spending $15 billion this year on content and gives artists creative freedom. >> netflix loves to tout how it is hands off on the creative
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side. we are getting a sense that apple might be -- it is still so early that we will get to see what comes out of the production. >> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. >> oprah, she is back. she says it is great being in apple. raining in morgan hill right now. and a 2.9 earthquake. 8miles east of morgan hill. 3-1/2 miles deep. 10:57p.m. felt as far north as san jose. you have been active this eastern. earthquake and rainfall. san jose the rain is wrapping up for you but scattered showers are possible over night tonight and showery. time lapse video shows the
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front moving east but enough rain to give us an inch of rain today and today being the 42 rainy day this year. we had more rainy days in san francisco than seattle. shouldn't happen. it is happening this year. mid-50s right now. san jose 56. the cloud cover hanging out. it will be cloudy. mild night. san jose 51. san francisco 51. redwood city 49. pollen report, not bad. picks up tomorrow. a 7 for the next three days and shoots up on friday as a drier pattern takes over. grass pollen right now. everything in the bay area is blooming because we have water for the first time in a long time. this much water. i would show you this in mid- january but it is the end ofy. look at the jet stream over southern california. storms behind it. one storm moved through tonight, another moves through
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wednesday into thursday. showers over night tonight in the valley. tomorrow a dry day. not much sunshine. wednesday morning, showers or light rain. wednesday evening a break. thursday morning showers. thursday evening the rain is done. and all indications show a ridge bill get close enough to us to not get us super warm or dry but a drier and milder pattern for the weekend. tomorrow 60s. concord partly cloudy skies. 65. san jose 67. oakland 63 degrees. dry tomorrow. a shower in the valley. wednesday morning wet again. thursday morning wet again. friday, saturday, and sunday, monday rain free, 70 degrees. that is your forecast. >> thank you. tiny devices causing pretty big haiks. rogue drones disrupted flights costing airlines millions in delays and cancellations. officials fear unless something
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is done a catastrophic event is bound to happen. >> we knew there was a problem. >> this is the whole trajectory. >> the flight path of the drone. >> the bay area company deteching rogue drones and the airport looking into
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. whale watchers got the show of a life time this weekend. the massive mammal showed off for the crowd. breaching repeatedly for all to see. it is the first humpback breacher they have come across this season. great series. game two. it ended 3 minutes ago. and can you guess how many co
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. one something guaranteed, the stanford women reaching the sweet sixteen. they made it 11 straight years, trying to make it 12 tonight with byu standing in their way. tied 29-29. she hits the jump shot. stanford has the lead. never ever leave smith that wide open. on a 16-0 run. they slam the door. 72-63. advancing to the sweet sixteen for the 12th straight year. jones through it off the board, then the jam. and then with the cape. the second woman ever to win the dunk contest. she is coming to a gym near you.
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>> a one point game. jackson hit the jump shot at the buzzer and the battle of the bears was over at that point. baylor riding a 24 game win streak. baylor ends cal's season. hoping san jose can snap their losing streak. larkin 1-0 wings. san jose on the power. trailing 2-0. he scores the short-handed goal. sharks lose 3-2. they do remain six points behind calgary for first place in the west. a 90 minute rain delay in the bay bridge series. it is still spring training at
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oracle. 1-0 oakland. block allowed four runs in two innings. this game ended 11:22 p.m. with the a's hanging on to win 5-4. game three is tomorrow. weather permitting. and the giants open in san diego on thursday. >> they were down -- >> they scored four runs with nobody out in the 8th inning. runners at first and second
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