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lightning strikes. the wild weather had scrambling in the north bay. >> is there more? i will show you what may be coming our way? the new drought surcharge that could mean your water bill is coming off. first, it is troubling to watch, the mother of the three-year-old girl died after a ritual inside a south bay church. this is video days before the mom was arrested. good evening, we begin with exclusive details in the death of the 3-year-old girl. she was a victim of child abuse. church members included the girl's mother. the mother talking about the child after her death.
nbc bay area's ian cull has the story you will only see on the bay area. >> reporter: the woman speaking in this video posted to youtube is a mother of a three-year-old girl who died inside of a back room san jose church. investigators say it happened from an exorcism. >> i can consider being native, there is no point of me doing that. i can't change what is. it is what it is. >> reporter: the victim's mother, claudia hernandez was arrested on child abuse charges a few days after the video was posted. hernandez brought her to church believing she was possessed by a demon because she would sometimes waking up at night, screaming and crying. three family members held the girl down for seven hours. investigators say no one called
911 until at least two hours after the child died. the cause of death was asphyxiation. >> a lot of people turned on me after my daughter passed away. a lot of people thought a lot of things because of how the situation looks. like i said, if you were not there and don't know what happened then -- >> reporter: the church where she died was the same one that was searched three weeks ago after baby brandon was kidnapped from the home. the suspect in that case was a church member. >> it is exceedingly rare in the united states to hear about these kinds of stories. christopher mormon says stories
like these type of rituals gone wrong emerge from time too time. >> the more established the tradition is, the more likely it will to have training that teaches the priest to recognize symptoms of psychological and emotional distress. >> reporter: the girl's mother is being held in jail without bail. she denied our requests for an interview. no one else at the church has been arrested. in san jose, ian cull, nbc bay area news. let's go to our other top story tonight. the wild weather. thunderstorms in the northbay that meant rain, hail and lightning strike. one of those strikes sparking this fire. you can see the hail on the ground and the tree in flames. thankfully this fire did not
spread. >> you lay in bed and you hear a big thunder and lightning strike. this is a once in a lifetime event. we are lucky because it was raining so hard and so much hail on the ground,s the fire issued regarding to its spreading was not there. >> social media is buzzing about all the hail in this video, almost looks like snow on the background. check out this baseball field at saint helena high school. >> it has been a busy night for jeff ranieri, what's happening? you can see about 4:00 with multiple lightning strikes and heavy downpours and rain totals about 500 to a quarter inch on average. thankfully we got that rain so we did not see any kind of widespread fire developed. we have a current scan here, we are dry across most of the bay area.
we have got a few lingering showers and producing snowfall there. as we head into tomorrow, i am expecting the storm system to move off to the east, we are looking at dry weather. temperatures warming up 5 to 10. big time heat starting on friday. i will have full details in a bit. check it out, snow over night at south bay, different story in the sierra snow still falling at this hour. now jeff has been busy as you may have imagined, he's tracking all this weather on his twitter page. you can follow him for updates 24/7, his handle is @jeff ranieri. the wild moments when a fight inside a popular south taqeria led to gunfire. >> reporter: edit videos with captions added to the department
we were not given the raw video. this was near san jose state. police shot 20-year-old quan green after he disarmed a gunman and trying to leave. green was seen holding the gun and ignored warnings to drop that gun. this was body cam footage when officers shot him four times. we previously seen, green and his attorney believed that police shot an innocent man. >> it shows what kind of person i am for them to paint a narrative that i was a bad person and realized then that the video they tried to throw in that i broke the guy's face. that was just me defending myself. i am not a bad person. i wanted the public to see that. >> reporter: green and his attorney dispute the police
department's description of what happened. san jose is going after homemade guns. the weapons are dealt on part online. it could be nearly untraceable. ghost guns make up nearly a quarter of the firearm seized. critics argued it is just a ceremonial move since criminals won't stop using them. intense 48 hour for the contra costa fire department. ip investigators say they got him off the streets. four people arrested and accused of starting 40 fires. here is cheryl hurd. >> reporter: investigators tell me tonight that is unusual to make so many arson arrests in such a short period of time.
arson is probably in my opinion one of the most under reported crimes. >> reporter: cam captain graham and crews battled over 48 hours. they fought fire along concord and highway 4 and antioch. >> hills right now and the lack of rain. >> one of the suspects arrested was on the investigators' radar for three months. this arson suspect accused setting six fires. he had to be tased before taken to the hospital and point a cyclone. >> we have not shown his face because he's not been charged.
>> the fire is right here. >> home is just about where the fire started. >> we are supposed to get buckets of water. >> reporter: jasmine perez and her neighbor jumping into put the fire out. a person for arrest is as scary thought. he put everybody in danger. that's fuel. straight fuel on the ground. in contra costa, cheryl hurd. nbc bay area news. there is a good chance to find out what that you know someone who gotten covid or you got it yourselves. cases are higher than last year's delta surge. the positivity rate is more than double the past month. from 2.4% in april to 5.2% today. public health officer cody says even if hospital is steady --
>> if you miss, you may miss school and you are at risk of long covid which you don't want to get. >> reporter: dr. cody says people without mandate, people should lower their risk, getting vaccinated and boosted if you are alone. we are not alone with her this this morning. we are definitely in for another search but it may play out differently than the past cases. >> prior surges, they went up quick and came down because people were likely to become immune but part of it people got scared and started wearing masks. i don't think we'll see the same kind of response. maybe it lasts longer than otherwise. >> dr. walker points out
hospitalizations still have not jumped. he recommends people should get their fourth booster shot. a seven-year-old boy is recovering at oakland children's hospital. the boy was shot on the freeway on his way to baseball practice. this happened last night on interstate 80 in vacaville. the chp is trying to determine what left with the shooting. the boy's grandmother spoke with us off camera. the 7-year-old was with his dad when he was shot in the foot. we saw the driver picked up bullet casings minutes right after the shoot. >> to find out that kid was on the way toll baseball practice. i had my son in the car. >> he's a baseball player. investigators are not releasing any information on the suspect or motive. another mark on san jose pd,
answer officer arrested this weekend for drunk driving. the officers crashed into another car on 880. >> investigating so far, the officers is not on leave. it is the latest incident for the department, we are looking into whether a different officer showed up and intoxicated from the scene. >> all this coming after the deadly fentanyl officer deshaun packer. mayor and the police chiefs are pushing forget more drugs and alcohol testings within the department. we saw this coming. this will time is in the east bay. >> 8% drought surcharge beginning july 1st. the agency mandated a 10% reduction of water use and limited outdoor water for three
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moving you for war, where is the relief and when is its coming? it is higher than that in the bay area, terry mcsweeney has the latest. >> i drive less and trying just juggle things as i go. >> reporter: this is what bay area drivers are up against. gas prices through the roof. in san francisco for a gallon of regular gas is more than $6. it is not that far behind in san jose at oakland as you can see. >> this is very, very distressing. the problem is overseas. an outbreak of covid in china and the war by russia in ukraine. >> when you have one of the biggest consumers of oil
factoring with the war where one of the major player is a big prosecutor of oil. it is going to put more pressure on a market that's already tight. terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. mike tyson will not be facing charges after an altercation on sfo. >> the man punching a man happening just before take off. the district attorney's office decided not to pursue charges because of the circumstances surroundsing the altercation. the man was harassing him and he threw a water bottle at him. he was overly excited when he saw the boxing icon. former president trump could return to twitter if elon musk's deal is finalized. the president says he'll use his own platform and won't go back
to twitter. he supports a new european union law which protects social media users from harmful content. the new digital services required more transparency for algorithms and opening them to the public for an inspection. this year you may recall a few months ago nathen chen making history on the ice to win in figure skating. oh, who's the first? >> christie yamaguchi. >> we sat down with her 30 years after the historic moment. >> you approached 30 years in 1992. can you remember what it meant to you at that point. i felt like any other california girl going after her dreams. not really realizing at the moment i could possibly become
the first asian-american woman to win a winter olympic gold or even medal. >> reporter: she was like any other california girls. her mom was born in incarceration during world war ii, when the country looked at her along with 100,000 others as enemy aliens. >> yeah, i have a lot to be grateful for. i am fourth generation japanese american, my family gone through an incredible circumstances to really establish their lives here in the u.s. i start to think about it and realizing and understand that
they pave the way, generations before me. i think it is, you know, certainly a past we all keep trying to understand and learn more about. >> particularly, learning so something like that does not happen again so there is not a targeted population that's stripped of their civil rights and civil liberties. >> that's yamaguchi. she's beloved in the bay. >> i smile when i see her. >> yes. >> we smile when we see jeff as well. >> what's the wild weather tonight? >> hey there. towards the north bay, we had the heavy rainfall and the hail and the lightning. rainfall totals about half or right around 500th of an inch.
it came from this system right here. this started to develop across the west last friday. it is just lingers for us. it had just enough cold air to help provide that to -- this is moving out towards the east tomorrow. that's going to start us off with dry weather. >> mostly sunny skies toe start. except for gilroy, we have to watch out patchier of fog there zlg then through the afternoon, sunshine through the bay area. >> still watch out a mix of some rain. >> as we started off on your wednesday morning. maybe weeks are already here, peninsula at 43. south bay at 40. right over the east bay 42 and north bay coming in at 38. trrchs will warm up, 5 to 10 degrees. this is going to start to get us more of that spring picture instead of that winter-like weather. we'll be up to 68 here in san
jose. i have low 70s back to concord, antioch and wul walnut creek. >> a lot of 50s here. the marina to the outer sunset. >> back to napa, 69. big time changes on the way especially friday, saturday and sunday. we'll see this area of high pressure pushing the storm off to the north. we are on a warming trend. >> check out san francisco. 69 on sunday. in land valleys, we can expect a little morning fog here on thursday. we are going up on 80 on saturday. nice warm weekend shaping up for us. it is been so cold, it is
nice to replace it. >> barbecue on saturday. >> sounds perfect. could be a break through against alzheimer's. the new vaccines giving a lot of family nusz hook. >> don't check your stock and retirement portfolio. wall street is still shaky after monday's sell off. today it dropped 100%. 1%. big tech s
tonight a nasal vaccine may be the answer to stopping alzheimer's. the treatment is in clinical trial in boston. it is a nasal spray that's been in the works for decades a drug made up of proteins derived from bacteria. it will activate white blood cells to build the plaque on the build up that leads to alzheimer's. your next netflix bill could be cheaper if you can sit through the ads. the cheaper plan is about 10 bucks a month. a source telling cnbc that netflix wants to have this new feature added by the end of this year. >> a faster timeline than the company's originally allowed.
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the warriors arrived in memphis later today without head coach keir. he's out with covid. if the warriors win tomorrow night, they'll advance to the conference finals with the suns or the mavericks. the giants do well wearing these unique jersey. bat of the 4th inning. brandon bell is healthy. the giants beat the rockies tonight, final score, 9-2. the a's playing a double header today. game two is much better. christian with an rbi singles.
a's won. a tearful gathering. patrick marlow retiring from the hockey league. usually stoic. he got emotional today when thanking his family. >> to christina and my voice, i want to thank you for all the sacrifices you made over the years. and, all the support you have given me. >> i could not lived up my dream of being a professional hockey player if it was not for you guys. i love you and thank you. >> sweet. >> it really is. >> we gotten to know him so well the last couple of decades here.
he's thankful for the bay area fans. okay, check out this is drone. for the past year more than 100 boaters and divers pulls out the trash to keep it clean. project is done. divers went along the lake as deep as 25 feet down, pulling any trash they saw. they found cell phones and sun glasses and thousands of cans and bottles.
they found unusual items like no littering sign. >> they found an old nikon camera with a film inside. that's a great project. >> thank you for joining us tonight. have a great day tomorrow. >> bye bye. tonight, president biden defending his handling of soaring inflation as gas prices hit a new record the average price at the pump hitting an all-time high of $4.37 a gallon the president at the white house today saying taming inflation is his top domestic priority and taking aim at what he calls the gop's ultra maga economic policies how republicans are firing back. also tonight the dramatic capture, the sheriff saying a fugitive inmate and an alabama corrections officer planned for a shootout with police before a car crash ended the 11-day manhunt. the officer apparently taking her own life the arsenal police say the fugitives had and the tip that led officers to them.
the deadly missile strike in the critical port city of odesa. a shopping mall destroyed. our team inside ukraine tonight. celebrity chef mario batali, the verdict in his sexual misconduct trial the senate on the eve of a vote on abortion rights and now the growing battle can states block women from going out of state for abortions? the extreme fire danger in the southwest and tracking severe storms in the central u.s. and elon musk weighing in on donald trump's twitter ban, would he lift it if he takes over the company good evening fill her up is becoming a cringeworthy term for a lot of american drivers these days with it costing more than $50 to fill the average size car the price of gas reaching a new record average today, $4.37 a gallon, michigan, ohio and new jersey all places where the
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