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chp is reaching out for help. hard to believe it's may, tracking snow in the sierra and winter-like weather tonight. will the water police be knocking on your door soon? new plan to boost conservation in the south bay. good evening and thanks for being with us. was targeted or totally random? 7-year-old recovering from bullet wound. >> near vacaville, latest in a series of violent acts on bay area freeways. terry mcsweeney has the latest. >> reporter: tonight chp investigators cruise the shoulder of eastbound interstate 80 in vacaville, looking for numerous shell casings for the bullets that tore through this
honda, one hit a 7-year-old child riding in the back seat, the investigators say it's nonlife-threatening injuries. treated in fairfield. chp is not saying anything about the shooter or investigation, but it's becoming more common on bay area freeways. shootings have more than doubled between 2019 and 2021. fatal shooting of jasper wu last november, killed on the 880 in oakland. and uc berkeley basketball legend was shot and killed as he drove on 880. there's reward in the cases. chp is asking for anyone who saw something to come forward.
nbc bay area news. breaking news of another shooting, triple shooting in the east bay. vallejo police, three people shot, police not said anything about their conditions. >> another disheartening story which illustrates the growing fentanyl crisis. two bay area parents face jail time for a toddler's death. 15-month-old girl found dead, officers say fentanyl was near the toddler and there were more drugs in the bedroom the child shared with her parents. they were booked for federal child cruelty. autopsy will be done and more charges could be forthcoming. summer fast approaching but wouldn't know it looking at that. snow falling in the sierra.
this is kingvale. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri, it is chilly and windy and rain, too. >> system started to develop last friday and slowly lingering across the west. brought us rain and spotty wind this weekend. more cold weather, chance of showers and wind as well. not as gusty as lately but on and off. snow over mount hamilton contained to higher elevations. wider look at radar, a few spotty showers near the coastline close to san bruno. as we roll through tomorrow i'm tracking chance of thunderstorms primarily afternoon towards north bay and east bay. we'll take you through full time line and big weather change for the weekend. back in about 17 minutes.
seeing this unfold in realtime. one of the craziest playoff series with the warriors. dramas, suspensions, fines, now covid. shortly before game time, steve kerr tested positive for covid-19. said he wasn't feeling well driving to chase center, got tested, he was positive. we saw him wearing a mask in news conferences. it's unclea he'll travel to mem for game five. game four, that's mike brown, assistant coach who filled in for kerr. brown just hired to be head coach of the sacramento kings after the warriors season is over. tonight the warriors won ugly. first lead came on a steph curry free throw with 45 seconds remaining. curry made eight free throws down the stretch and they were fired up. counts for a win. warriors win 101-98. take a commanding 3-1 series
lead. more warriors coverage later when anthony flores joins us. masks back on for san jose, the city reviving policy as cases jump. mandate into place friday only for city employees for at least two weeks. a month ago santa clara saw less than 200 cases a day, now 550. happening nationwide, too. dr. monica gandhi says we're still seeing fewer than the past surges. >> according to the department, more transmissible variant, this will come down faster. hoping three more weeks will start coming down. i know we keep seeing the surges but remember severe disease, that's what we're keeping eye on and it's keeping low. >> said there's no harm in the
mask mandate but evidence that they didn't make huge difference compared to vaccination rates. that's key there. some factors include the quality of the mask and whether they were worn properly, which of course means covering your nose and mouth. newly released video showing how dangerous drunk driving is. suspected drunk driver ran a red light and violently crashes into an alameda county sheriff's deputy's car. he was rushed to the hospital, expected to be okay. happened 16th avenue and foothill in oakland. suspected drunk driver was promptly arrested. third time in just over three years, noose found on the stanford campus, investigated as hate crime, hanging outside
branner hall, a dorm for undergrads. says more has to be done for black students to feel safe. >> one thing would be to create and have actual black studies department on the campus. let's make systemic changes as opposed to moments of apologies. >> statement sent out to staff and students vowed that the university would not tolerate these acts. ghost guns could soon be banned in san jose. the city council will vote on the possible ban, making it illegal to own and make the ghost guns and sell and distribute the parts. get their name because they're hard to trace and can be easily assembled through kits or 3d printers. san jose police busted a factory in willow glen february. number found at crime scenes has
soared. tomorrow supervisors consider a 45-day moratorium on vacation rental units because of concern of housing. >> want the housing stock used to mostly house local residents, people who are valued members of the community who live and work here and send their kids to sonoma county schools. >> plans to have vacation ordinance ready by august. santa clara county considering creating a water team to convince you to stop using so much water. asking nicely hasn't worked, more drastic measures are considered. >> reporter: the trends are alarming. back in 2019, the district asked the public to cut back on water usage. instead of cutting back, it
appeared some people are using more. using more water during this drought means the county's largest water provider is gearing up to crack down on water wasters. >> we're look at possibly enforcing restrictions. >> reporter: district had asked public to limit water and landscaping to two days a week, some cities passed ordinance for three. but gentle ask is not getting the results when people really need to conserve. >> march of 2022, water use was 30% higher than march of 2019. what we're looking for was 15% reduction, ended up with 30% increase. >> reporter: alarming when all ten of the reservoirs were 24% full on monday. aaron baker, chief operating
officer says they're presenting to the board soon. district is looking at hiring a water enforcement team or water police. >> start with letters, door hangers, those things for educational thing. then ramp up to something on a per occurrence basis of fines. >> reporter: could be up to $500 for people watering too much. >> we're going to have to, pretty soon won't have anything to drink. >> reporter: he ripped out his lawn and went from watering it once a day to the drought resistant cactus once a month. >> saving up to buy a fishing boat for the truck, ain't no water around to go fishing. got to do something. >> reporter: people could be forced to conserve by end of the month. nbc bay area news. >> in benicia, crews are working
to fix a pipe that busted at water treatment plant. issuing emergency mandate for all businesses and residents of benicia to cut water use 30% asap. city officials say the broken pipe is symptom of a bigger problem. >> we have a series issue with aging infrastructure. this is one of the symptoms of that. need to be focused on addressing that long-term solution so it doesn't happen for future generations. >> there's no time line yet for permanent repairs. newest supervisor is sworn in today. mayor breed appointed dorsey to replace the seat that was open. was strategist for police chief
bill scott. dorsey says the highest priority is taking on the opioid crisis, public calamity, comparing it to the darkest days of the aids epidemic. >> as gay man living with hiv who remembers those days, just like aids, stigma of who is dying is masking the horror of how many are dying. >> dorsey plans to compete for the seat in november. trans activist also has plans to run for the seat. voter information guides are being mailed out, less than a month away from several key races. in san francisco, primary voting is open. voters will be deciding several propositions and whether to recall district attorney chesa
boudine. you can now hear from all the candidates running to replace sam liccardo on our site. police in the north bay are telling us tonight. inflation and prices, what a local congressman plans. thunderstorms over northern california today, track time line for more chances tomorrow and major heat coming back to the bay area. hot temperatures. i'll have them in about seven minutes.
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. take a good look at surveillance video. napa police asking for help identifying the person destroying american flag. walked on the porch, used scissors to cut and rip the flag
apart. if you recognize the guy, call napa police. quite a sight in east san jose, fire hydrant hit, sending water gushing into the air. the police and fire departments working together to get it contained. hydrant will be replaced, as soon as as possible. >> bay area gas prices hit another record high. constant climb for three months. three counties have average prices above $6. san francisco, marin. cheapest in contra costa, 5.87. congressman held a town hall in newark to address impact on working class community. >> reporter: it's a busy day in newark, but in the back lot, congressman assembled city leaders, store owners and community members to talk about
inflation. quickly heard how far reaching it is. >> it's affecting our community all levels from housing to food, to all the necessities. >> we're being bombarded back and forth with the inflation, groceries and gas. >> reporter: topics ranged from labor to gas and more, but common denominators. >> prices are going up, production has gone from seven-day to five-day production right now because many of the little restaurants we served closed. >> gallon of milk costs you almost $5, 38% for you, not for the consumer. >> reporter: believes the government must intervene, particularly when it comes to food prices. >> one of the things we could do is federal government could decide to buy food locally in america and around the world at
low price and sell at low price. >> reporter: for glean, kanna wantsdury profits,ve rebates an about it. >> with the government acting just to stabilize prices because they're out of control. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. in san francisco, a year of big-time road work begins in the city. crews got started on bus lane project along 16th street. muni says will speed up the bus route and make the roads safer. but will have impact on traffic with construction. church and pottrera. be patient.
payoff will be nice. some of the rain is rolling in. >> isolated areas of rainfall in the bay area. getting all this wild and whacky may weather from this system here. started to develop last friday and hung out across the west. i think it's going to hang out for one more day, more cold air, chance for showers and little bit of wind. not as windy as it's been but on and off gusts in the forecast. take it into the doppler radar, thunderstorms over northern california earlier have died down, still hanging on to snow in the sierra. and isolated snow showers over mount hamilton right now. other than that it's quiet across the bay area with rainfall. tomorrow morning's forecast, chance of showers near the immediate coast, likely continuing over mount hamilton, better bet of isolated snow showers in the afternoon, 4:00
in the north bay and east bay. we clear out through tomorrow night and going to set us on path for drier and warmer weather for the week ahead. move into the sierra snow. if you're headed there, looking at 2 to 5 inches of snow, just after colfax on interstate 80. heaters will click on again, need heavier blanket. 39 in the tri-valley, south bay at 40. north bay, coldest there 36, and san francisco 45, east bay at 41. start cold, stay cool for may, all temperatures below average, lots of upper 50s and low 60s, on and off wind gusts 10 to 20 miles per hour. beyond this, seven-day forecast. big changes. see the wind, 15 to 30 for you
in san francisco. 15 to 25 on wednesday. temperatures from 57 on tuesday up to 69 on friday. then some 70s coming in for saturday. going to stay dry for the weekend into next monday. through the inland valleys, major changes. 63 tomorrow, 70 thursday, 80 friday, even hotter, 87 saturday and 84 on sunday. dropping off next week but looking comfortable. weekend is staring at us, i'm staring back at it. >> there's snow right now? >> mount hamilton. >> that's pretty cool. it's not just covid making people sick, cdc has noticed something unusual about the flu spreading right now. jimmy. >> playing virtual reality pictionary with rachel and jack and jack is performing later
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typically flu positivity rates peak in february, in winter. first time since 1982 increase has happened so late in the typical flu season. despite the uptick, health experts say numbers of cases are actually low compared to previous years. uber's shares have dropped more than 45% since the new year began. ceo sent email that cuts are coming. ceo says they'll treat hiring as privilege and be more deliberate where they add to the head count. you can add virtual worlds visiting meta's new store, first physical store opened in burlingame. lets the people get hands on products, including the interactive demos that show you how to use the virtual reality equipment. you need the goggles.
>> get them together. >> goggles for the game tonight. >> going to chase center to check in with the warriors. anthony flores joins. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. booking most cruises can be complicated. but this isn't most cruises. this is celebrity cruises.
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center. warriors playing without head coach steve kerr on the bench. tested positive for covid-19 less than two hours before tip-off. lead assistant coach and new sacramento kings head coach mike brown was the warriors' acting head coach for game four against memphis. grizzlies playing without their star ja morant who hurt his right knee in game three. memphis led most of the game but overcame it, curry scored in the fourth quarter, rallying to beat the grizzlies 101-98, they lead the series 3-1 games. mike brown for filling in for steve kerr. >> so proud of him, our leader steve, being out with covid-19 right before the game, it was tough night for us. but this point in the year, you win ball games, doesn't matter how, we found a way to win tonight. i'm excited. steve, if you're watching, get
healthy quick. >> because coach kerr tested positive today, won't travel with the team for game five in memphis wednesday. at chase center, anthony flores. >> can't say anything more about that series. whacky things. oracle park, out on school night, giants and rockies, bottom of the third inning, mauricio dubon with the two-run homer. here it comes, there it goes. giants beat colorado, final score 8-4. a's in detroit. here's the headline, nine-game losing streak is over. thank goodness. tony kemp's home run was all they needed, athletics beat the tigers 2-0. we're back in a moment. what's it like having xfinity internet? it's beyond gig-speed fast.
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ashley lee took the picture in covid lockdown, inspired by stuff found in they are refrigerator. >> soda and dropped a strawberry in and waited, the bubbles began to build up. pressed iphone up to the glass for the shot. >> it's a strawberry. >> in soda water. >> tens of thousands of submissions from all over the world. >> creative. we can't finish the news cast without checking on the possible snow right now. >> snowfall over mount hamilton. as we head through tomorrow morning, it's chilly start. have the jackets out. down to 40 in the south bay. peninsula 42, tri-valley 49. north bay 36, and san francisco 45 and east bay at 41. chance at thunderstorms tomorrow, isolated to the north bay and east bay.
once we hit 4:00 in the afternoon. as we head through tomorrow night we'll start to see things dry out. as the weather forecast dries out, temperatures warm up. 63 tomorrow, low 70s wednesday and thursday, up to 80 on friday, 87 saturday, 84 on sunday. because there's time on the clock, who doesn't love napa? ten-day forecast. 84 is calling your name, jessica, on sunday. cool off next week but not extremely cold. dry, temperatures in 70s. exactly what we want to keep the fire danger away. >> a chardonnay saturday. >> i like it. >> have a great day. >> thanks jeff. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon."
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