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heading our way. gusty wind and chance of rain. another arrest for arson in contra costa county, what we've learned. mother's day plans changing as covid cases climb. one thing our covid expert recommends you do if a loved one gets sick. breaking news in concord, a shooting outside of sun valley mall in the parking lot. police say no one is hurt but seem to have found several shell casings on the ground. officers are looking for evidence, interviewing witnesses. we'll keep you updated. for the second time in year, san jose man had truck full of tools stolen. springs into action, tracks down the thief and gets truck back.
>> caught on dashcam, only on nbc bay area news. why the man says he did it. >> reporter: robert says this surveillance video from neighbor's home shows a thief stealing his truck in south san jose tuesday. called police, met with community service officer who came to the scene. as contractor, truck is critical to livelihood. >> somebody takes it from you, like hurting one of your children. it's that important to me. i'm going to do whatever it takes. >> after filing a police report, robert realized he could use the air tag tracking device to find out where the truck was. jumped in his daughter's car drove to morgan hill to find it, telling law enforcement what he's doing. dashcam shows his own truck passing him. made a u-turn and followed the
driver. >> chasing my truck right now, heading towards san martin. >> follows it all the way to gilroy. >> stops and jumps out of the truck and runs. within ten minutes, highway patrol shows up, morgan hill police, gilroy police and sheriffs department. >> robert gets his vehicle back. this is not first time it's happened. last april someone stole the same truck and everything inside. >> at that time it was about $5,000 in tools, variations of hand tools i use for typical job work. >> luckily a neighbor saw someone selling his tools a few miles away. police responded and helped him get truck back. this time he lost $500 worth of
tools. san jose police repeatedly warn about the dangers of pursuing criminals on your own, robert says he just reacted. >> that's it. not going to put up with this anymore. never crossed my mind what could happen. >> reporter: police are still looking for the suspect that stole robert's truck this week. nbc bay area news. other top story, winter blast headed our way on mother's day. meteorologist rob mayeda is here, tracking big changes coming week. >> starting to see them today in form of gusty winds, still strong now around the peninsula. san mateo, same as airport, 32 miles per hour, gusts up to 58 miles per hour earlier this evening. not backing down towards tomorrow. but will change as highs will be in the 50s. winds will feel extra brisk, but chance at showers at times, and
sierra, not just snow showers but could see a foot of snow. winter weather advisory for 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. tomorrow night. for mother's day plans, may need umbrella at times. closer look at impact hour by hour and other changes in seven-day forecast in 12 minutes. back to you. people celebrate mother's day as covid cases continue to rise. after more than two years of the pandemic, families and business owners are trying to make this mother's day as normal as possible. stephanie shows us how. >> for anything more. >> might go for coffee, and younger brother flying is, that's going to be fun. >> reporter: families are not letting covid keep them from reuniting this year for mother's day. >> not have that fear of covid
hanging over you. >> reporter: others are masking up and taking celebration to another level. >> i'm going to fly out to vegas, meet up with mom, see a concert. >> reporter: and those making reservations, restaurants are more than ready to welcome families. they have more than 100 people here with reservations and keep getting calls so on sunday will have more tables outdoors than indoors. >> more space. >> reporter: expecting big groups, a change from last mother's day when it was two to four people. >> this year, we have like a four, five big parties. over ten people. >> reporter: families prepare to celebrate, health experts warn that likelihood of getting infected is high. cases in bay area have increased 155% in last month, and
dr. peter chin-hong says they'll keep going up. >> if any members of the family become infected after mother's day, particularly the older members, or those with comorbid conditions or immunocompromised, get in touch with health professional to get paxlovd. >> reporter: offering them on the spot at health centers across the bay area. nbc bay area news. just in tonight, suspected serial arsonist arrested in antioch. police say the man believed to have set five fires yesterday and today at hillcrest park, reportedly resisted arrest, tased before placed in handcuffs. this is separate from the arson arrest earlier in concord.
police arrested a man after eight fires were set along highway 4 overnight. learning more about the victims of the deadly plane crash in the marin headlands. mike briar and jennifer fox from sacramento. experimental aircraft crashed just before 3:00. now ntsb and faa are documenting the wreckage and urging anyone who saw something helpful to contact them. took off from sacramento, ran into trouble near the golden gate bridge under extremely foggy conditions. >> friday, about noon, we received notice from the u.s. coast guard and faa that aircraft transresponder beacon was activated. it was extremely foggy. >> investigation continues tomorrow.
ntsb plan to move the wreckage and review the maintenance records. rally and march for women's rights and reaction to the leaked supreme court abortion ruling. brought signs and banners as legal abortion as essential human right. see the decision to roll back roe v. wade as a war on women. >> people are angry and upset. unelected justices get to decide the fate of millions of women? we're hitting the streets, not going to stand for it. we fought for the right in the first place and will fight to keep it. >> wasn't just in san francisco but across the country this weekend, including in chicago. see it right here. poll by pew research found 61% of americans believe abortion should be legal. poll was conducted in early
march before the leak of the supreme court opinion. deadly crashes on the rise in san jose and city leaders are taking action. council member and mayoral candidate hosted a town hall meeting. 32 traffic deaths in san jose, more than half the victims pedestrians. city on pace to easily break high of 60 traffic deaths in one year. he held a public discussion at city hall. said number one cause, too many drivers are speeding. >> number one cause is speeding. year over year, number one reason for traffic related injuries, people speeding, not obeying the speed laws. >> plan is target hot spots, narrowing lanes, putting up more warnings and using more patrol officers in those areas. not average t-shirt, this is
designed to help the people of ukraine. meet the peninsula college student who dreamed it up. how to support her. following in her footsteps, life-changing decisions three siblings made inspired by mom's brave battle with cancer. tracking windy and cooler conditions. tomorrow spring showers could be in the forecast with sierra snow. closer look when we come right back. 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.
chesa boudin is failing to do his job. there's a better way to keep san francisco safe. recall chesa boudin now. oh, wow barbara corcoran! good morning. sorry, but we don't need any business help now. we're gigillionaires. what? we're gigillionaires now. i don't get it we have at&t business fiber with hyper-gig speeds. -but i just... -so thanks, we're doing great. i'm so happy for you! but i'm just here for my order. oh. entre-pin-eurs? yeah, my bowling team. i like it. there's money in puns. do business like a gigillionaire at&t business fiber, now with speeds up to 5-gigs. limited availability. turning to the war in ukraine. all women, children and elderly have been rescued from besieged steel plant in mariupol according to the deputy prime minister the ukrainian fighters
remain trapped. as russian forces work to take over, appears set to take over by victory day celebrations on monday, marks the soviet union's triumph over germany in world war ii. dr. biden visited a school with ukrainian refugee students. round table discussion how the country is contributing to ukrainian relief efforts. will spend time on the border with ukraine and meet with more refugees. using design skills to provide aid. daria is a graphic design student in redwood family is sl there. made this featuring the face of ukrainian
president volodymyr zelenskyy to raise funds and awareness. >> i know what's going on. but people here leading their lives, safe and happy. it's hard for them to imagine terrible things going on in ukraine right now. >> she's giving all proceeds from the shirts to bay area nonprofit nova ukraine, which provides humanitarian aid. google is announcing changes to streamline performance reviews. internal documents, the experts say once a year now instead of twice, managers will have more responsibility rather than relying on peer reviews. changes are expected to result in higher salaries. compensation has been a contentious issue at google, workers raising concerns as inflation rises. medicine running in the
family. fremont nurse has three children all following in her footsteps in nursing profession. what makes it more impactful, rivera was diagnosed with cancer in 2016. children played a large role caring for her. now oldest son has degree in neuroscience physiology, nurse in fremont, daughter a second-year nursing student and youngest son will start usf nursing program in the fall. >> i thank each day i'm here and my children will be taking care of other people as well, so it's comforting for me, when i'm gone they'll be there for other people as well. >> she's recovering from cancer and doing well. couldn't be prouder of her kids. national nurses week, may 6th through 12th.
>> hazard a guess that nothing in the forecast is going to interfere with their mother's day. that family is going to enjoy it like no other. but for the rest of us, rob, little bit of slight rain? >> we had a preview of tomorrow's weather with the wind picking up today. gusts 40 to almost 50 miles per hour. winds going strong right now. will strengthen in the afternoon again. morning start off with likely showers in north bay 7:00 a.m. 40s and 50s to start. unlike highs in upper 60s like today, 4:00, 59 in san jose, 55 in san francisco. jacket weather. chance of scattered showers for a time. could be umbrella weather. there's not much out there. this little system will race through quickly during the day tomorrow. starting off before sunrise. here comes the batch of showers. probably stronger in terms of
the rain intensity. pass north of san francisco before 10:00 a.m. lunchtime over san jose but should weaken as it pushes south. afternoon and evening maybe a few more showers around the north bay approaching san francisco. isolated showers but wind and cool temperatures will be part of the mother's day sunday forecast. area of low pressure bringing snow to the sierra, higher mountain peaks along the coastal range. it's going to stick around. monday into tuesday. chance of sierra snow showers. cold air, which you can get with daytime heating, chilly air loss, that's good recipe for snow showers maybe with hail. monday and tuesday afternoon in the north bay could see a thunder shower. hilltops the best chance, maybe
a third of an inch of rain west bayside. blustery conditions hang on through thursday, another chance of shower, then big-time warm up. going from 50 to 70s in san francisco by next weekend. but there's a lot on the board first half of the week. keep in mind the showers are monday and tuesday, into wednesday. most along the mountains of the north bay and santa cruz mountains, diablo range as well. windy finish, then temperatures go from 50s to 80s by next weekend. cannot be bored with the weather coming. >> nope. >> rob, thanks. sports is next, stick around.
19-year-old jonathan kuminga becoming youngest player to start nba playoff game since 1971. dubs down 13 in the first, then catch fire. steph curry, cashing in at bank. had 30. warriors shot 63% from the floor. check out klay on the one-legged three. jordan poole added 27 off the bench. warriors hammered the grizzlies 142-112. ja morant hurts knee on this play and leaves limping. some say jordan poole yanked on his knee. his reaction. >> i'm not type of player. respect everybody. continue to play the game. >> warriors lead 2-1 games, game four is monday night. special day at ballpark, honoring one of their all-time greats, buster posey. >> it's now time to honor and
welcome the man of the hour, number 28, buster posey. >> giants paid tribute to the three-time world series champion before their game against st. louis. former manager bruce bochy and lot of former teammates were in the house. number 28 retired after last season, he spent entire 12-year big league career with the giants and had a message for the fans. >> simply -- thank you. there's no other word i can say, just humble and grateful, thank you all so much. forever grateful i got to wear the giants uniform entire career. i never wanted to wear another one. >> giants put on a show for buster. bottom one, wilmer flores has what many people want, terry. power. we've got to practice that. >> grand slam. >> giants win over cards.
we're in spring training form, terry. another chance. a's, minnesota, scoreless, then polanco, has what most people want, terry. >> power. >> we got it right. only run of the game. >> wrong team. >> you're right. oakland has lost eight in a row. rich strike coming up on the inside. my goodness, and rich strike has won the kentucky derby. >> rich strike, ridden by sonny leon, 80-1 long shot and they win the derby, second biggest upset in history of the race. quakes beat colorado 1-0 on the pitch. that's it for sports. if you're a small business, there are lots of choices when it comes to your internet and technology needs. but when you choose comcast business internet, you choose the largest, fastest reliable network.
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