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got word of a possible sighting of hillary of -- of ryan chamberlain. he was spotted two miles from his home that was searched over the weekend by the fbi, hazmat and san francisco police. ktvu's jana katsuyama live now with late developments. >> reporter: we are getting a lot of new information that is coming enabout the possible sight -- in about the possibility sighting. the fbi trying to find ryan chamberlain after explosive materials were found in his apartment over the weekend. we have ben talking with an -- been talking with an fbi agent who said they received a tip that ryan chamberlain was spotted 2:00 p.m. this afternoon in san francisco. we are told he was at the mad dog in the fog in the lower haight. fbi agents are in the area now looking for any trace of him. this was tweeted out this
afternoon by a clothing store owner two doors down from the bar. apparent ryan chamberlain -- apparently ryan chamberlain was spotted in the lower haight. as we said the fbi is in the area, in the lower haight looking for ryan chamberlain. at this point it is a credible tip. we have crews at the scene and they are gathering more information and we will get it to you as soon as we get it. jana katsuyama, back to you. >> this possible sighting comes at the same time the fbi is trying to determine whether messages posted on social media was written by him. ktvu's allie rasmus has that story. >> reporter: ryan chamberlain talks about his struggle with depression. i got dark. i explored ways i could put an end to what i was going through. sometimes didn't get off the couch for days and scoured the
internet. the letter appears to reference the weekend fbi raid. it attracted visitors today who made it evident this is the end of the line for me. on sunday the fbi announced ryan chamberlain was a wanted man, accused of possesses explosive materials. neighbors say that seemed out of character. >> living in a society where we see people but we don't emotionally interaction with them -- interact with them. >> reporter: messages of self- defense were posted. no stashes. not armed and dangerous. no car rigged to explode. i was depressed. i let walter white get to me. no one was ever in danger. >> i think what really takes us to the next level is social media. >> reporter: ryan chamberlain appears to have held multiple
jobs. this is video of him at a sports marketing company. in his letter he talks about a set back with the company. the loss of project sport seemed to take my social circle with it. neighbors saw no signs of psychological struggle. >> maybe i could have helped him. >> that was allie rasmus. live now from the mad dog in the fog pub. where ryan chamberlain was spotted earlier today. >> reporter: we are inside the mad dog in the fog pub. this is where fbi agents were following up on a credible tip about a possible sighting of ryan chamberlain. i spoke with one of the managers here. she wasn't here at the time of the sighting but she confirmed that a man who fit the description of ryan chamberlain did use a debt card and to make
a payment when he came in to the bar. the person made a payment using a debt card and that debt card was information -- that information was turned over to the fbi agents around 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. this is a developing story. this is what we just learn said from the manager here who -- learned from the manager here who confirmed the sighting of ryan chamberlain. we will stay on this and bring you an update on the 10:00 p.m. news. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and you can read all of ryan chamberlain's later on www.ktvu.com. we posted a link under the news story on the home page. new at 6:00 p.m. handcuffed and taken to jail. one woman was forced to take a pregnancy test and now she is suing. a lawsuit filed by the alcu claims the sheriff's department
is violating women's rights and making them take pregnancy tests in custody. ktvu's noelle walker is live outside the jail where one woman said she was ordered to take a test. >> reporter: there was no chance she was pregnant but it is not about whether or not there was a chance, she said she is part of the lawsuit because it was an intrusion for anyone. >> just trying to figure out when. >> reporter: she has a past. and she is not shy. >> i have a file. >> reporter: she is not shy about sharing it. she was among those who came to protest the verdict in the acre grant trial. it -- oscar grant trial. her arrest led to her first pregnancy test at the county jail downtown oakland. >> we all had to go in a cup.
they said it was a pregnancy test and i said i am 69 years old. i am not pregnant. >> reporter: she is one of three plaintiffs named in a suit filed by the aclu against the sheriff. it claims the policy requires women 60 and younger to take a pregnancy test. >> this is not part of a health screening. >> reporter: she says it is a violation of the women's right and state law. >> we know alameda county is the only county that is doing this. >> reporter: this former arrestee and mother whose child bearing days are behind her agrees. >> to know whether or not you are pregnant is personal and something that a woman would want to discuss with her loved wins and her doctor -- loved ones and her doctor. >> reporter: now she has a
lawsuit to add to her file. i reached out to the start this afternoon, i got an -- sheriff's department this afternoon i got an e-mail saying they haven't been served with a lawsuit yet and when we are i will have a response. noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. we are following developing news tonight. the coast guard is searching the bay at this hour looking for a sailor who went missing after his sail boat started sinking. the sail boat is now underwater and the sailor is still missing. ktvu's claudine wong is here with the search and information from the coast guard. >> reporter: we are in sauce lido below the golds -- sauce sauce lido below the golden gate bridge. the search will continue into the night.
the priority simple. find the person who was on board when it went down. >> the first signs signs of trouble came from the west side of the golden gate bridge. at 4:15 a.m. this morning the coast guard got a distress signal. the coast guard knew what kind of boat they were looking for. a 30-foot sailing vessel. a boat matching the description came in from the east side of the bridge. down near the cliffs of yellow bluff. it was on the rocks but later submerged. divers confirmed the vessel was the ship but there was no sign of whoever was on board. we saw cutters making their way back and forth across the water. the north and central bay. crews stopping to switch out
before heading out again. >> reporter: back outs here live, we want to give you an idea of where the boat is located. just over that hill. as we said the distress signal came from well past the golden gate bridge, over the bluff. all we know about the sailor is the sailor was headed to hawaii. the trip is about 2,000 to 2400 miles depending on who you ask and takes about a months. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. happening now, the evening commute, and for many people in san francisco it is a rough ride hope after hundreds of muni workers called in sick today. this is a live view -- the bus
just passed the diner. the bus is heading back towards downtown san francisco. it is the counter commute direction and that is why this bus is empty. the sick out is causing headaches all day long. 2/3 of the vehicles have been idle leaving people waiting, hailing cabs or just walking. it comes days after workers rejected a contract proposal that included a $11 raise over two years but they would have to pick op7.5 -- up a 7.5 pension payment that was previously paid for by money. >> sick of being attacked and having wages cut. >> cable cars were also idle today. they are telling them they need a doctor's note to get paid for today's sick day. ktvu channel 2 news learned the investigation into a former oakland police officer expanded
further. as we reported that former officer -- former police officer is receiving $52,000 a year in disability from the city even though he is working as a fbi agent in boston. now some firefighters are also under review. today we reached out to the firefighters union. they didn't know about the review till ewe told them -- till we told them about it. they said they don't know of anyone doing any work they shouldn't. congressman went to the veteran's hospital to check on the care vets are getting. we haven't heard of complaint but there have been reports of problems at other facilities where vets had to wait months for care. he says the va should consider using private doctors. >> if a patient can't be seen
by 7 days for urgent care or 14 days for specialty care they should outsourced atsource that. >> he noted another issue, the outdated computer and phone systems. from twitter to facebook, bay area police are recruiting officers. we show you how competitive it is. >> tomorrow is election day and this year the department of justice will monitor voting. the concerns feds have in some communities. >> clouds and fog already moving back into the bay area. coming up, i will show you how long this cool pattern will last and how long -- and before how long the hot weather will return. for over 60,000 california foster children, it's a challenge to replace clothes that are too small or worn out. i grew 3 inches last year. i don't need anything fancy. i never had much to begin with.
when i look nice on the outside, i feel better on the inside. to help, sleep train is collecting new clothes for kids big and small. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help make a foster child's day a little brighter. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. teacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he became speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education. now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. democrat john perez for controller.
new at 6:00 p.m. bay area police departments are facing tough competition to find the best and brightest. ktvu's cristina rendon met with one agency that is trying to set itself apart with some success. >> reporter: bay area police departments are recruiting in any way they can. from videos and commercials to social media. a newly hired officer. >> recruitment levels gone up. i have seen stuff online. >> while oakland and san jose are pushing people to join their department. >> the competition is fierce. >> fremont officer is connecting with potential candidates online. >> trying to find good candidates that could come to us and pass all of our tests. >> reporter: they have a program where officers get paid
to exercise and have a starting salary of $80,000. they offer the most money. starting pay for officers in oakland is 69,000. san francisco 80,000. and san jose 75,000. these numbers don't include over time or other benefits. >> what is defendant from other departments, we pay you your full salary. >> reporter: he says even though they are competing for recruits the competition is just as tough. >> anything that you could do to set yourself apart, education or experience, that is going to make advenes. >> the public can expect to continue -- difference. >> the public can expect to continue seeing stuff like this.
cristina rendon, ktvu channel 2 news. two bay area counties are among three in the country that will have federal election monitors tomorrow. the department of justice is sending a team to napa county to make sure polling places comply. napa must provide spanish election material. they will also be in alameda county. it is connected to a lawsuit ova lack of spanish and chinese election material. and www.ktvu.com has complete election coverage for you. find your polling place and check back tomorrow night for results after the polls close at 8:00 p.m. all of the information is under hot topics. one man was shot in oakland this morning about 10:20 a.m. it appears he was shot while in an suv and then hit a power
pole. video here shows the bullets. someone drove the man to the hospital. no arrests have been made. we learned the identities of the two men killed in a horrible crane accident. both were from the bay area. a 49-year-old and a 25-year-old were killed when the basket they were in detached from a crane and fell 80 feet. they worked for a construction company which was building a bridge over a creek. the cause of the accident is still unclear. cal-osha is investigating the deaths. hoping for a new product at the developers conference in san francisco today. apple ceo unveiled a new operating system that will be available in the fall. it makes sharing easier and lets you receive and make phone calls from your computer and a
new app called health kit. focused on health and fitness. cool weather around the bay area today. minor improvements for tomorrow followed by a warm up for your mid-week wednesday. look at live storm tracker 2. tracking thunderstorms over northern california. the same pattern and system bringing us the cool weather. bringing thunderstorms in areas just west of redding and this is popping up but you can see here not too bad. just a thunderstorm and lightning reported there. here at home it has been all about the clouds and the fog and the morning drizzle. patchy drizzle this morning. i think we will see it again tomorrow morning. two hours till the sun sets but some areas along the peninsula coved in gray. you lost the sun here, oakland, as well as emeryville and
berkeley at this hour. this continues to push inland. by tomorrow morning it will be well into the local valleys again. tomorrow going to be a lot like how we woke up today with a subtle warm up expected for your tuesday morning. the breeze is blowing strong in areas like fairfield, 28 miles per hour there. through the central valley this afternoon. here at home we were from 10 to 15 degrees cooler than yesterday and central valley a cool off as well. livermore 25 miles per hour at this time. san jose gusting to 24. 21 in hayward. cool out there and breezy into the evening hours. temperatures right now, 61 oakland. 56 san francisco. tonight and into tomorrow the clouds returning. the cool weather. partly cloudy skies for the afternoon and temperatures coming up a few degrees. tomorrow morning like this
morning, temperature wise. mid-40s to mid-50s around the bay area. 52 redwood city and 52 in san francisco. after highs today a mild one over the north bay. sunny for the afternoon. 75 santa rosa. 61 san francisco. a cool day, cloudy along the coast. santa clara valley, nice day. 76 for san jose. 81 morgan hill. we talked about this cool weather, but some of us enjoyable weather, 70s. we will get back to the warmer weather, starts on wednesday and through the weekend. temperatures will be back into the low 90s inland. >> back to the ac. >> yep. >> thank you. people in vuny vail are tying to stop the fog -- sunnyvale are trying to stop the fogging of mosquitoes right now. >> there is a drought. they need water to breed. >> protesters gathered this
afternoon. they said the pesticide more dangerous than the west nile virus and the city should find a healthy alternative and they say there are no cases of west nile in the state because of the drought. raiders safety is back in camp and talking about the season. >> and find out which golden state warriors received an nba honor today, mark is up with sports right after this break.
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ingredients for life. breaking news. we are hearing that missing san francisco man wanted by the fbi could be by crissy field center. the fbi confirms the car that ryan chamberlain has been using has been found. the fbi is taking precautions for public safety and block off streets in the area. earlier you will recall there was a sighting on haight street. we will keep you updated on facebook and twitter and this evening on the 10:00 p.m. news. mark ibanez joins us now. a's and giants have the day off but we have football news. >> slow day but that is good news for the raiders. good news because they had 100% turn out for the work outs.
why not? tom florae is on hand. winner of two super bowls. the guy who wants to win a super bowl was there too, charles woodson. healthy and strong and happy to have veteran help on the defense. a lot of 30 somethings in that backfield with him. experience he says is under valued in the nfl these days. >> i think in any league, you know, the spurs were under valued but look at them. they have an older team but they are playing for the whole thing again. >> it will be our job, especially from, you know, guys like myself, you know, to show that, hey, man, our best days are not behind us just because people say they are behind us. we are going out there to play good football and win games. >> they have extra incentives to show they still great may --
they are still great mayors. >> that is the sporting life for right now. >> thank you. the search for a san francisco man linked in the discovery of explosives over the weekend. the fbi confirms the car ryan chamberlain has been using has been found near crissy field and he was spotted in a bar in the haight district today. continuing news on www.ktvu.com.
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