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series of threats made against the campus itself. would note threats according to san ramon are credible. they have a task force dedicated specifically to this. they sent us this statement. quote, since the tragedy in parkland, the fbi has seen an increase in threats to schools and other places. the fbi worked closely with our local law enforcement partners to follow up on threats to public safety. now important information for the parents of these kids at cal high. they said the threats are not credible but because of the nature of them, they are on the ground to make sure everyone is safe. at the live news desk, i'm
emily turner. uber is set to announce its ipo price. it's expected to be in the $40 to $50 range with a value of $90 billion. drivers are speaking out against what they call unlawful, unethical and destructive policies from the ride hailing giant. >> . and this comes on the heels of protests and strikes yesterday by uber and lyft drivers. drivers are demanding better benefits, more transparency and higher wages. uber said it has taken steps to improfit experience for drivers. the trump administration says it has seized a north korean cargo ship. this was transporting coal in violation of international sanctions. it comes amid heightened
sanctions. this was the second launch in five days and a possible sign that nuclear disarmament talks with the u.s. could be in danger. a new round of trade talks are set to get underway between the u.s. and china as stiff new tariffs are expected to take effect just as it appears the two largest economies are -- the uncertainty has spooked the market. right now the dow is down about 190 point. the president's legal battles with democrat lawmakers continuing. now they're going after the president's eldest son. donald trump, jr. has scheduled to testify again. >> reporter: the senate is demanding that donald trump, jr. come back to testify. >> our investigations are ongoing. >> reporter: the president's
oldest son testified once in 2017 but some lawmakers have questioned whether he was y truthful before the election and about his knowledge of the proposed trump tower moscow person. >> my son testified for hours and hours. my son was totally exonerated by mueller. >> reporter: the president was caught offguard by the subpoena. >> to now get a subpoena to go again and speak again after close to 20 hours of telling everybody that who listen about a nothing meeting, yeah, i'm pretty surprised. >> reporter: this was a republican. chairman richard burr from north carolina issued the subpoena. >> at some point this is not about finding facts. it smacks of politics. >> reporter: it comes as house democrats are working to get
the unredacted mueller report. wednesday tensions escalated between the administration and lawmakers. >> a total stonewalling of the american people and that's an assertion of tirr ran cal power by the president. >> reporter: the house judiciary committee voted to hold attorney general william barr in contempt of congress for ignoring an order to turn over the report. democrathoping to have a hearing on may 15th. in hall me that county, officials are looking for the source of an overnight fire. four two-story homes were leveled by flames. the blaze happened at a housing
project east of 880. kpix 5's anne makovec is there. anne? >> reporter: these four homes behind me were destroyed. no one was living under them but they are neighbors behind these houses. the flames broke out at 1:30 this morning and quickly destroyed four homes under construction on toomey ter rassments feet away the bedroom of a couple who had just moved in. >> my room was orange. when i pulled the blinds down and saw part of the house on fire, i said mi dreaming? >> reporter: she wasn't. she saw the fire coming through the window and spreading to the attic. >> it looked like this was spreading quick. >> reporter: they moved here less than two months ago across holyoke avenue. he called 911. >> id very strange.
how can it happen. >> reporter: firefighters don't note cause and it will be a challenge to find it. >> due to the high intensity conditions, the evidence, a lot of it gets destroyed and there's a lot of rubble to go through. >> reporter: all told four homes are destroyed and six damaged. from broken windows, burned roofs and this couple has no idea on what though do next. >> that's been a lot to process. the firefighters told us it would take a few months our ho >>ore coblue mountain communities can start the rebuilding process as soon as the investigation is makove this onin oakland in july of
20717. in april of last year fire destroyed an apartment complex in concord. bicycle safety is top of mind today in san francisco on this annual bike to workday. >> the city added seven miles of protected miles. >> reporter: it's the biggest biking day of the year. thousands are biking to works a part of bike to workday. before the sun was fully out, 100 or so people were ready to go at 24th street and mission. >> it gives you an incredible sense of freedom and it's physical activity and i like it. i've liked it since i was five years way to silicon valley. today was less about how far you can ride and more about just getting out there.
>> the city wants to meet its vision safety goals. we want to get people out of cars and on to bikes. >> reporter: the san francisco bicycle coalition said more and more people are choosing their bicycle as their primary mode of transportation. bicycling has tripled. it has the potential to be greater. city officials said it comes down to safety. >> fear of getting in a crash is the number one reason why people don't bike. >> reporter: already this year there have been 12 deaths on san francisco streets, which is why the mayor announced a major directive. >> i want the mta to begin the process now of developing a plan within a month's time to make sure that within the next two years we protected bifrancisco. >> reporter: sometime next year
a major project on market street will finally break ground. it as been more than a decade in the hang. she said she wants to keep the bike lanes as clears a possible. jackie ward, kpix 5. >> a bus driver hailed as a hero. how she kept a strawed from stepping into the path of danger. >> could they be losing kevin durant because of an injury. >> i'm tracking a system that could bring a few showers and an isolated shower. i'll tell you the locations with the best complns of seeing that coming up. to simone, i leave the van gogh.
to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
a school bus driver is being credited with saving a student from a speeding car. she stopped to left the student off the bus in new york. watch what happens next. the car seems to ignore school bus and speeds by the boy's mother said she is very grateful to that driver. we should learn more about the injury to war yars kevin durant. he came down awkwardly from a jump shot. his status for tomorrow night's game against the rockets in houston is still up in the air. >> despite losing kd, if we win tomorrow, i say we,
if not, game seven will be sunday at oracle. >> listen to the shark tank go wild. tickets went on sale for the san jose next round of the stanley cup. they eliminated colorado in game seven last night. next up, the st. louis blues. david beckham has been banned from driving after being caught behind the wheel. beckham has been banned for six months. royal baby archie maybe three days old but he's receiving a lot of gifts from world leaders. princess margaret presented him
with a bank cet with a logo of the invictus games. his name is archie harrison mountbatten-windsor. he will be master or mr. archie mountbatten-windsor. we still have the clouds. we'll see gradual clearing. here's a live look at the sales force camera looking north. temperatures are in the mid to upper 50s to low to mid-60s right now. here is the convective outlook from the storm prediction center. you can see the bay area is in today's thunderstorm potential. so a marginal risk. that convective outlook. this is the reason why. we have this low pressure system that will pass through the east. it will move into the sierras. it's close enough with enough stability to possibly fire off a few showers.
the best chance, the east bay and south bay, the timing tonight. there's lap chance to see a few showers. an isolated thunderstorm is possible. let's time it out. you can see the clouds break up a little bit. so we'll go partly sunny. the clouds hang around a little bit longer along the coast. for tonight into tomorrow there is that slight chance to see a few showers, especially for the east bay, south bay, maybe an isolated thunderstorm. a slight chance but that's still the possibility. you can sew on our futurecast it doesn't detect. that as we go through tonight. our son sets at 8:07 and 6:04. 67 in oakland. 70 in fremont. 73 for a high in san jose as well as for concord, livermore,
upper 60s in santa rosa. here's that seven-day forecast and what you can expect. for tonight into tomorrow we'll keep the slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm. as we go through the weekend, we're looking at high pressure, temperatures warming up. just in time for the weekend this looks great. plenty of sunshine monday. shower chances back in the forecast by the end of next week but looking fantastic on sunday for mother's day, mostly sunny about 62 degrees inland. >> got to save the best for mother's day. >> deserve it. >> all right. more than 100 tenants are suing the biggest landlord in san francisco. >> they're living in a rent controlled unit. the landlord denies this but they say he's forcing them to put up with constant construction for months on end. >> you get sense that you were'
a former homeless drug a m others. >> this week's jefferson award winner, determined to help others make their own fresh start. >> reporter: paster david sheeran brings hope to the spirit. >> thank you for blessing us. >> he's really just a very good friend to a lot of people here. >> reporter: with his wife along his side pastor dave has led street ministries. they provide free dinner, a sermon, plus clothes and a sleeping bag. stre light minist
about 1200 people a week. pastor dave and volunteers partner with others to provide housing. he recovered from drug addiction 13 years ago. so he understands people's struggles. >> they think they're so far gone. what we do in the ministry is continue to show love and forgiveness. >> reporter: he helped get william alexander from sleeping on the sidewalk into a recovery program and after graduation a job. >> he's not judging me shame on you. pick up the pieces. let's go. >> reporter: the operations director pete dixon said people respond to pastor dave's humility. >> i've seen people attack him, cuss him out, say we don't want any of your religion but the same people come back and give
today's food of the day is baby broccoli. when you see it like this in the market, would you take a look at how beautiful it s look. it's like a little baby brock economy. when you buy it make sure it's light purple color and green. the stems nice and green. and just like asparagus, when you seat stems, cut off the very, very bottom and it can be very rough and hard there. that, you don't want. right from the bottom it's nice and tender, so use the whole thing. when you bring them home, in your refrigerator right away and store it for a few days. by the way, baby broccoli just like broccoli is a super food loaded with nutritional value. i'm tony tantillo. remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. coming up at 5:00, it's the next wave of wireless
♪ >> wyatt: what -- wow. what is -- what's all this? >> liam: um, well, my luggage sun. uh, a few 2015s for you. and, uh, i got sally this -- this scarf from the champs-elysées. uh, where is she? >> wyatt: uh, shouldn't you be home showering hope with gifts though, too, or...? >> liam: yeah, i probably should, but i want to know what i'm walking into first. i mean, just how far has thomas gotten in his campaign to brainwash my wife into leaving me? >> hope: obviously i'm worrying you. >> flo: i -- i just don't think that you're thinking clearly about all of this. >> hope: no, i shouldn't unburden myself by dumping all my personal worries on you. >> flo: hope, you can tell me.& i'm -- look, i'm not upset.