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busy shopping center in san jose. >> and a california woman abducted. the ransom, $500,000. all eyes on oracle park, will the wet weather put a damper on the giant's home opener? >> yes. the giants should get away with the home opener as long as they can play on a soggy field. rain through saturday. rain chances continue. the timing, this is 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. scattered showers going to get things wet for the morning commute. another wave of rain around 10 p.m. blows through the bay area.
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this is really screaming od news for thd ve rain se up t game time is 1:30 p.m. clouds and a chance of showers. it could be wet. we will have more about the amounts and what happens after friday, we will cover the forecast in a few minutes. breaking news out of san jose. a man stabbed to death at a shopping center on capital avenue. kpix 5's maria medina is live at the scene for us. >> reporter: we have been watching officers walking back and forth from the parking lot to the dollar tree behind me where the stabbing happened before 7 p.m. tonight. police are not releasing many details, including the motive because they are still gathering evidence. this is video we shot. we know the victim was a man
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and he died at the hospital. we spoke to one woman who works next door to the dollar tree and she saw the commotion before the stabbing and here is what he said. >> i saw, like, four people chasing this guy and next thing you know he got stabbed in front of the dollar tree. >> reporter: she says the suspects appear to be two women and two men. police are still searching for the suspects. they have not released a description of the suspects. this homicide is the city's 11th this year. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. following breaking news out of napa county. new video just coming in of a fire at a cal fire station. this is on bail lane. you can see several fire engines burned. no word on how the fire started
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or how much damage there is. state route 29 is closed in the area right now. and there is no estimated time of reopening. now to a caking oraguy's san jose. the scary part, kpix 5's devin fehely reports, the suspect is only 14-years-old. >> the victim says his response was he wasn't going to give up his keys or his car without a fight. the video is hard to watch. the 72-year-old struggled with the carjacker before being punched. he described for us today what ys. ened before his mestarted r and i said no way. heedgun and stuff like that. i said i don't care if yo
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a gun. happened next was instinct with a determination to fight back. >> jumped in the car. and tried to pull him back but he punched me and broke my glasses. >> the attack left him with cuts on his nose and on his face. the gunman didn't get far. he drove two miles before crashing the car and fleeing the scene. when they caught up with him investigators discovered the person responsible for the crime was a 14-year-old boy. he is the proud father of three, a grandfather of six and of his children work in public service. in san jose, devin fehely, kpix 5. >> juveniles accused of committing a crime in santa
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clara county. in 2017 the county reported a 250% increase in carjackings from the year before. a 128% increase in home burglars. police are on the hunt for the suspects who hit one apple store four times in a week. police released these images of three suspects. investigators say more than $20,000 worth of merchandise was stolen. they hit the 4th street store twice thursday. they returned monday night and then the following morning. >> none of these instances has anyone gotten hurt. if you are in the store and you see a theft, be a good witness. what they look like, their clothing. >> this isn't the first time they have been targeted. in december a driver crashed
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into the window and failed to get inside. new details in the deaths of eight family members who plunged off a cliff. kpix 5's andria borba is following the latest developments. >> reporter: officials say the two women drove off a cliff off highway 1 last year killing themselves and six of their adopted children. the ruling followed new details in the case. today a chp investigator testified gps data showed the family stopped at a walmart where she purchased benadryl. reports show she had 42 doses of the medication in her system before the crash. the children also had 9 to 19 doses in their bodies. >> after doing the math, would have had taken 19 doses.
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she would have had 14 doses. and he would have oralso presented a of google searches. death by drowning mill grams painless. at the time of the crash the driver's blood alcohol level was .102. well above the legal limit. investigators say she stopped the car 70 feet back from the edge of the cliff and then drove off the edge. never hitting the breaks. the sheriff says this the largest mass murder ever in the county. tonight san francisco police are looking for the owner of a dog that attacked two kids at a park. investigators say twmiddle schog t th the leg. it happened in north beach yesterday afternoon. the dog and the owner left the
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park after the attack. witnesses tell police the dog was large and white with black and gray spots. the owner is a white woman in her 30s wearing a black shirt and a purple vest. new tonight, a chp officer who water paralyzed at a trampoline park is looking for justice. he is pushing forward with a lawsuit against the park's insurance company. kpix 5's christin ayers reports his case highlights the potential hidden danger at trampoline parks. >> reporter: the only give away as he walks his daughters is a hitch in his step. >> the feeling of not being able to feel is scary. >> reporter: a reminder of the terrible accident 5-1/2 years ago that tamp lean park in fairfield. he and his family went there on a church activity trip. surveillance video from the day
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shows the first time he jumped into the pit with his daughter watching. he climbs out and then -- >> jumped in on my second attempt and that is when -- next thing i know, i heard a pop, immediately i felt no more feeling. >> reporter: paramedics arrived and placed him on a gurney. >> i don't want him to die. >> reporter: her fears were not unfounded. cbs news confirmed in the last e attorney claims they did ver c
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not maintain or inspect their equipment and never showed the family a safety video. >> their own safety procedures were not followed. >> reporter: he paid the price. he remained paralyzed. he might never walk again. >> just slowly progressed from standing to taking a few steps. you know, learning how to walk again. and then from there learning to go with a walker. >> i would have to watch him through the pain, the suffering, the depression. >> reporter: it okonthbut he was able to stand and walk on his own. >> the hardest challenge i have ever been through. >> reporter: they say no matter what happens with the lawsuit they will live with the injuries for the rest of their lives. >> i am in pain and you have to cope or deal with it or fight through it. >> reporter: christin ayers, kpix 5. >> jump highway closed and
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declared bankruptcy. we reached out to the owner but he did not return our calls. >> a in san francisco. the slashing involved a make america great again hat. the attack happened last friday. police say a 30-year-old is accused of slashing a man's hand with a sword. it may have started with an altercation over a hat. the suspect was booked on several charges including attempted murder. new information about the mueller report. cbs news repothe team wa split on whether the president ors being president trump committed a crime. cbs cites sources who claims a dozen prosecution the attorney general did not convey their findings to congress. democrats are demanding the full report be released immediately.
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the president is backing off his threat to close the border with mexico. the president softening his stance on the eve of the visit to california which includes a trip to show off upgraded security fencing. coming up, a trip to africa takes a dangerous turn after a woman is taken hostage. >> what went down inside a los angeles coffee shop. >>
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. >> a law firm filed one of the first lawsuits against boeing over the deadly airline crash last month. it comes on the same day officials released their findings into what caused the plane to go down. >> it is our responsibility to eliminate this risk. we own it. we know how to do it. >> for the first time boeing ceo is acknowledging the flight control system on the 737 max may be to blame in both deadly crashes. >> the family is suing boeing over the airlines crash that claimed the 24-year-old's life. >> i want her death not to be in vein. i don't want anybody else to die. >> reporter: she was on a trip for her job was among 157 people killed march 10 when the boeing 737 max 8 jet went down.
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her uncle addressed the room. >> those planes should never fly again. those plane boeing 737 max 8 must be recalled. >> reporter: investigators revealed a censor malfunction triggered the feature on the boeing 737 max 8 after take off. the pilots followed procedure and turned it off but could not regain control. they appear to take the unusual step of turning the system back on. the anti-stall system reactivated pushing the plane into a dive. >> it is determined the aircraft flight control system related to the controllability shall be reviewed. >> the feature is also at the center of an investigation into last year's lion air disaster. >> unfortunately history had to repeat itself. 156 people lost their lives.
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now the plane is grounded too late. >> reporter: boeing is working on an update to fix the system. for now the max fleet remains grounded. >> join the morning team for the latest on the developing story at 4:30 a.m. a search is underway to find a southern california woman who was abducted on an african safari. she was with her driver and two tourists in uganda tuesday when four armed men ambushed their car. friendsay she excited to tour africa. her neighbors are shocked. >> she has been a great neighbor. i had no idea. wow! i am in shock. i am in shock. you hear these things happening. >> police say the couple was left behind and the gunman used her cell phone to demand a
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$500,000 ransom. the u.s. embassy says it is aware of the kidnapping and ing citizens to exercise caution when traveling to that area. tonight chicago is suing empire star jussie olhe refused investigations costs. the city claims he refused to reimburse $130,000 used to investigate his cost. jussie smollett staged an attack against himself in january. last month chicago prosecution dropped all charges. tonight police are investigating a vicious attack on jack osbourne. the son of sharon osbourne. >> reporter: police take a atta
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to go on camera says he was with the woman when the man walked up, punched him in the face and stomped on the woman. he then took off. police caught him several blocks away. officers say he tried to assault them with a screwdriver. the employees say the man appears to be homeless and has been seen in the neighborhood. the cafe where this happened says they have one working ngled over a florida parking if structure. somehow emergency responders stabilized the car so the
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driver could climb back out. >> it was awful. we thought they were laughing, call 911. she went over. she went over the rail. >> the woman did not suffer any serious injuries. police are not sure what caused her to go over that ledge. brian hackney in for paul deanno. all eyes on the storm tomorrow but sunshine in a couple days. >> we have sun on the way for sunday but between now and then it will get wet again. friday, showers moving through the bay area. that won't ruin the home opener for the giants. concord 58 degrees. 56 in san francisco. a mild night tonight. that jet stream is screaming over central california. those systems are going to move through but quickly. that is why the rainfall amounts are not too big.
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we are just barely picking up a few echoes offshore. the brunt comes in sun rise tomorrow. future cast, friday morning, 6 a.m. rain begins in the north-south fashion. south over the bay area during the morning commute and then as we approach 10 a.m. in the morning you can see more showers are offshore. and then it goes to scattered showers by 5 p.m. in the evening. could not be ra time but it could. so it is a toss up as to whether it will be raining when the giants take on the buccaneers at 1:35 p.m. rain is in the forecast. showers. game time temperature, 61 degrees. taking on tampa bay. future cast for rain is showing inch in the north bay. east bay .30. tomorrow moinit will water the
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streets. expect wet as you head to work tomorrow. not blinding rain. it will be here as showers. it will be more showers. a wet morning commute through the early afternoon. a shower chance friday through saturday and sunday finally the sun will come out. sunday. sloppy snow above 6,000 feet. this is not a cold system. those are the current conditions at heavenly. alpine meadows, six inches of new snow. high temperatures for tomorrow, within a few degrees of average with clouds and showers for the south bay and mid-60s. ditto for the east bay. things ease up tomorrow evening and lake port and clear lake numbers in the upper 50s. exrain at
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times tomorrow. more showers on saturday now. and things clear up sunday. after sunday believe it or not looks like it will dry up. wake up with our team, the latest on weather and traffic starting at 4:30 a.m. >> we will get into the next week and then you will tell us there is more rain in the forecast. >> paul deanno will be back next week. blame him. >> you brought the rain from
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