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big policy change coming to airbnb. news at 11:00 starts now. thanks for joining us, i'm terry mcsweeney, audrey is off. we know the sudden death of young san jose police officer was because of fentanyl overdose. growing issue facing the bay area and country as more families lose loved ones. officer packard was just a rookie. marianne favro. >> reporter: the police chief says any allegation of officer using illegal drugs is concerning. rookie with the pd, graduating in 2021. when the police conducted a welfare check at his home, found the 24-year-old unresponsive. santa clara county medical examiner's office confirm he died from multiple toxicity.
he was at party with fellow officers night before he died and sources say the officers could face internal and criminal investigations. police chief issued a statement today saying the full details are not known and being investigated by milpitas police department with our full cooperation. this behavior is not something we condone. we will continue to assist with their investigation. we need to be mindful of the fact we're not immune to issues that plague society, in this case substance abuse. a problem that's growing. in 2019, 29 fentanyl deaths in santa clara county, jumped to more than 100 last year. >> we've had dramatic increase in deaths from fentanyl toxicity. most of the people dying don't even know they're taking it. buying a bill, maybe online or
could be laced in marijuana or any number of substances. >> reporter: the county launched a fentanyl working group to combat the problem. >> increasing number of legal folks like district attorney and investigator behavioral health department. >> packer was known for standout football career at san jose state and strong start on the force. chief says as humans we are not perfect and mistakes will be made. officer wellness is paramount and a priority at our agency. nbc bay area news. >> our coverage continues online, nbcbayarea.com, click on the story on the home page or link in the trending bar with the latest updates. new at 11:00, another
pedestrian hit and killed by car in san jose. 6:30, north capital avenue near 680. driver remained at the scene. 30th traffic death in san jose this year, 17 pedestrians. city on pace to shatter record of 50 set last year. rescued from burning car, oakland fire department tweeting out pictures of incredible high stakes rescue effort tonight. crashed in north oakland, first responders had to use jaws of life to get driver out as car burned. man being treated but survived. new developments, a tentative agreement between stanford health and striking nurses. around 5,000 at stanford and lucille patrick children's hospitals have been walking the picket line, demanding better conditions and other things as well. they reached a deal, said
pending ratification we're looking forward to welcoming them back tuesday. search on for third person missing in crash on the coast. chp said a truck went through intersection at pescadero beach and went off a clip. two people died, names not officially released, but family members were at the crash site. >> i'm torn, my mom is torn, we were expecting him home. and -- i don't know, it's just -- we're puzzled, we're very puzzled. >> says investigators would not confirm who else was in the truck but chp said a child died, not clear what led up to the
crash. war in ukraine, focus remains on the steel plant with the last of ukraine's fighters in the city. barricaded for weeks with civilians. at least 20 civilians were able to leave safely from mariupol according to video from ukrainian commander. now trying to broker a deal to evacuate the rest of the civilians. new video from the bombed out city, people there say they're living in basements to survive. russia's foreign minister warned any weapons shipments to the ukraine are fair game. but from the u.s. they continue. massive operation to get weapons into the hands of ukrainian soldiers. dover air force planes leave for eastern europe, hoping to stop russia's new advance into eastern ukraine. those involved in the operation say it feels good to know the
shipments will have impact. >> see it on the news they're actually using the equipment we're sending out. >> you're the one to help them, it just feels good. >> takes about ten hours to fly to the drop-off point in poland, how they get to ukraine is classified for fear of russian attacks. first time in 60 years the president attended the part comedy roast, part awards ceremony for journalists. it was canceled in the pandemic. expressed concerns it would be a super spreader event, but everybody needed to be vaccinated and boosted to attend. >> calvin coolidge in 1924, i had just been elected to the senate. i remember telling him, cal,
just speak from the heart, you're going to be great, kid. >> featured comedian was trevor noah. more than 2,500 journalists and celebrities were there. vice president kamala harris was planning to attend before she tested positive. top aide to the president also tested positive. massive wildfire in new mexico continues to grow. strong winds pushing across containment lines. more than 1,000 firefighters on the scene on the ground and from the air. crews in california are helping with the fight, expected to arrive tomorrow. firefighters in the east bay busy overnight battling suspicious fires not far from each other. along 680 in martinez. crews able to put out flames before they got to dog kennels and other buildings as well. looking into whether someone started them on purpose. helping businesses move
forward and bounce back from the pandemic is the goal of the noodle fest, returned to san francisco first time in a decade. food lovers filled the streets in middle of north beach and chinatown, two communities coming together. city organizers put them together after hard time for restaurants and businesses. tugs sold fast, opportunity to support local businesses and satisfy taste buds. >> there's desire to have people back out on the street, partaking in joyful eating and celebration. >> nearly 30 different food vendors participated in noodle fest. organizers say it was great opportunity to have the two culturally rich neighborhoods come together. back in 60 seconds, family remodeling their home, we're going to show you, it's not anything you're thinking. also a big rule change you
need to know about airbnb's policy before booking summer vacation. >> plus san jose's first black-owned coffee shop expanding. we continue to watch the wind around the bay area. gusts above 30 miles per hour, more wind tomorrow, mid-80s in the forecast and rain in the seven-day forecast when we come back. and now most admired alum!
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shreddedangled cars. one family huddled in basement worried about daughter at friend's house. >> calling and calling, there's no service. hit their house before ours. so they lost -- they didn't have significant damage but a little damage over there. so -- and i ran down the block, she was already running towards me. >> what a feeling that was. no deaths reported because of the storm but three university of oklahoma meteorology students were killed in a crash returning from chasing the storm. hydroplaned in the rain, stopped and was hit by a truck. airbnb updating the covid cancellation policy, will no longer recognize covid circumstances for cancellation.
anything booked on or after may 31st. travelers on the hook for trips canceled because of the virus. up until end of may can be refunded in full if they canceled for covid related reason. coachella blamed for a spike, daily cases in riverside county rose by 76%. most of the musical performances were outside, didn't require masks or proof of vaccination or negative test. ripple effect of the event is just beginning to be felt. expect the cases to continue to rise in riverside county and areas where people returned after the festival. san francisco, one of the city streets is closed to cars permanently, jfk drive in golden gate park. voted to keep it closed, and
people celebrated with a parade and supporters are hoping slow streets around the city will be closed to cars for good. slow streets are designed to limit traffic in residential areas to keep it safer and encourage people to walk and ride bikes. popular san jose coffee shop expanding to cupertino. nirvana soul has made a lasting impression. opening another store. support for the black-owned business has been strong. >> want nirvana soul to be happy, people people inspired and engaged. what we've built seems to resonate with people. looking for something joyful and hopeful and we're happy to do it with this community. >> the opening attracted quite a crowd. long-term goal is to have 20 shops. sometimes the best way to
move forward is go back to the future. that's what people did in santa clara tonight to help support the city's libraries. this year's library palooza gala was "back to the future" themed. doc brown and his time traveling delorean. if you missed tonight, can still pitch in. >> www.lovethelibrary.org. small army of volunteers gave a veteran's house a makeover tonight. local engineering firm to give garcia's home a new coat of paint. 100-year-old world war ii vet knew about the project but pictured one or two volunteers
coming over this morning. >> wonderful, surprised me when i come out this morning, see so many people. but it's very nice. whoever did it, organized it, done a very good job. >> garcia is certainly deserving. former army sergeant part of the second wave of the invasion of normandy. received a presidential commendation from president truman for a top secret operation that saved 300 soldiers' lives. rob mayeda joining us, nice night, chill but pleasant. >> as we transition through the seasons in seven-day forecast, a taste of winter. gusty winds around the bay area. still seeing it. sfo, 53. west wind at 20. gusts to 30. dublin, 20 to 30 miles an hour gusts and down to 11. san jose in the 50s and patchy
low clouds. see a little bit towards the morning. wind speed gusty on shore. we'll see more on sunday. morning begins with 40s and low 50s to start. lunchtime, upper 60s in san jose. high temperatures should be a little bit warmer for places like san jose towards morgan hill. livermore, concord, upper 70s. san francisco still in the 60s for now. warmest likely coming up wednesday of next week. for now, storms are missing us north. going to see another system drop in monday. mendocino county a few sprinkles, we're instead getting wind. taste today. north bay, turning of the wind out of the north across the inland hills. a warmer finish to the weekend. mid to upper 70s in the valleys of the north bay. trend from 5:00 tomorrow evening
to 5:00 monday, next storm passes north, not bringing rain but wind speeds pick up, trend gusty again for monday ahead of warming trend in middle part of the week. 60s and 70s monday, temperatures start to climb. 80s inland into tuesday. wednesday, talk about changes of the season, looks like summer. 85 degrees in san jose, 70 in san francisco. oakland might be 80 on wednesday. see it in the seven-day forecast bottom of the screen. if you want spring showers and cooler temperatures, you're covered, too. highs weaken, more clouds into friday, by this time next weekend we hope to see showers as we move into the first weekend of may. rain total now looking light, we'll take anything we can get. better odds across the north bay.
stay tuned, next saturday could be seeing rain showers around the bay area. but short term the wind is the story. picking up into monday. two day warm-up. san francisco 70s midweek, valleys into the 80s, then more clouds and hopefully showers as we head to next weekend. spring, taste of summer, maybe winter towards the sierra. we'll see if we get snow. warriors heading to memphis and giants trying to rebound after rough loss last night. miniature version of the world cup. sports is next.
under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often in organized crime rings. but when chesa boudin took office, he dissolved the unit and stopped me from collaborating with the police on my cases. now home and car break-ins are on the rise because repeat offenders know they can get away with it.
steph, draymond, klay boarding the plane, memphis bound, looking positive. been through this before. series kicks off tomorrow. game two in memphis, then saturday come back for game three at chase center. orange and black had a tough loss last night. giving up 14 runs. today a chance to redeem themselves, took advantage of that. beautiful day at oracle park. bit breezy. bats got hot in the sixth inning. vosler over the wall into mccovey cove. ninth inning, up big, nothing on the line, huge lead. darin ruf laid out. nice catch. they do redeem themselves and win today 9-3. oakland a's have been off to solid start. enter the game against the guardians of cleveland with
10-10 record. got interesting in the ninth inning. tied, a's rookie closer jimenez on the mound. richie palacios deep, a's can't hang on, two runners cross, a's lose in the ninth, 3-1. on the verge of the fifa world cup, but a warm-up, kopita, mini tournament hosted by telemundo 48. elementary and middle schoolers battling it out on the soccer field. held today and tomorrow. it was idea they've had a long time, finally a reality today. >> for this event, it's really just a celebration of our students. that's the biggest thing. they are incredible. they've been putting in so much effort throughout the school year. had a couple of hard years.
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