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national mall. let's go to washington. >> reporter: from coast-to- coast, americans say, enough is enough on gun violence. >> why are politicians scared of the backlash from the nra? >> reporter: in a nationwide rally led by a group of people that was started after parkland. >> calls for gun reform were united by a string of mass shootings in texas where 19 students and two teachers were gunned down. >> my students at the end of that gun, what will i do if that happens tonight? >> reporter: in buffalo new york a teenager killed 10 people in a supermarket. >> there is a lot of grief in
our country going on. >> we cannot protect our schools and our workers and none of the rest of this matters. >> reporter: different voices with different messages for congress. >> the same things that have worked in the past now. it is more of our, you did not get this done. this is embarrassing for you. wanted to not get this done? >> reporter: a bipartisan group of senators are negotiating new laws. truck raleigh goers say that if congress did not make changes to save lives, voters will. in washington i am bree jackson for nbc news. there were some tense mom moments at the march for our lives moment in washington. you can see people in that crowd rushing to get away from the stage after a manual
something about a gun. this happened during a moment of silence honoring those that died in the massacre in uvalde, texas. it took several minutes for everyone to calm down. >> somebody decided to show up and put the fear that we live with every day to life. thank you, for staying here. and, to all of you, i love you. we will fight for you. >> police detained a man near the stage but it is not clear if he was arrested. fierce fighting continues today after a warning from the ukraine president. they said they could be facing hunger related to a lack of food. they said of the russian invasion drags on and he says,
they are stopping shipments from going to other countries. he says this war takes international law far beyond ukraine. there areas where russia has advanced and the mayor told bbc ukraine, it only controls a third of the city. he says fighting has left people without electricity and water. it is a key area that russia has been trying to capture. nearly 20 million people tuned in to watch the first airing of the capital insurrection. the next airing will focus on trump. may suppress will have an exclusive interview with elaine lilia and the filmmaker embedded with the proud boys on
january 6. our investigative unit has one that a man died in police custody after firefighters helped restrain the man during an arrest on treasure island. those that have seen the body can video say that the man said twice he could not breathe. we have that story that you will only see on nbc bay area. i cannot let go because i do not know what happened. >> mariola and had again talked with her son on march 16, just before he died. a san francisco judge called to say that her son was near death. two months later, she waits for answers. all she knows is that san francisco police and firefighters had some involvement. >> whatever happened over there, that is what we need to
know. >> reporter: it happened on a wednesday in the middle of march. michelle called 911 when she heard an alarm go off. -- . >> reporter: she says she saw a man run out of the apartment across the street. >> he was not in the right state. whether he was high or not is not for me to say. he talked in a youtube video about his public drinking that he says began after he started jump school in the military. >> we were just out there getting wasted. >> reporter: we do not know if he was intoxicated that day when he pulled the alarm at the apartment building where he was staying. fire crews arrived but found there was no fire. >> be advised, pd response to this location for a domestic
dispute. >> reporter: a security camera shows him just after he got there. she wants the officers tried to calm him down as he approached. they were not confrontational. then she heard crashing but could not see what happened next. police did not release the body camera video from the responding officers. the police department declined comment for this story citing an ongoing investigation. sources that have seen the video tell our unit that it shows him trying to get into the apartment through the broken window. one of the officers handcuffed him and placed him face down. police and firefighters attempting to get him onto a gurney but sources say one firefighter put his knee against his back. throughout the struggle, no one checked his vital signs. even after baron said, "i can't breathe.
" >> about five minutes after being handcuffed, he was unresponsive. >> reporter: a woman watched as medics tried to revive him. maryellen hannigan says when she got the call from the hospital that night, her son was unconscious and near death so they put her on speaker phone. >> i spoke with my son and i do not know if he was able to hear me. i was able to say my goodbyes to him. i was not ready to say my goodbyes to him. and, when they called me and they told me that he had passed away, i fell on the floor screaming. i was absolutely shocked. >> the medical examiner has not yet determined the cause of death. the fire department says that while the investigation continues, they summoned police because a man was displaying violent and erratic behavior
and then they is assisted them in restraining the meant to provide him additional care. they say policy requires one firefighter shall be present to monitor the level of consciousness and other vital signs, who is not involved in the restrain. hannigan says, two months later, nobody has given her an explanation. >> i will never see my son again and they don't know why. i want to know why. >> he will be buried later this month outside of portland. a foundation in new york is apologizing for its role in the tuskegee syphilis study. the foundation in new york was covering the funeral expenses
for the victims but members of the deceased had to consent to letting doctors complete autopsies. today they have apologized to the victims of the study and they have donated to a descendent group. first baby formula and now tampons. the makers of feminine hygiene products are reporting a shortage in some tampons and pads. the company is calling the shortage temporary and said it is wrapping up production to meet demand. the rising places of prices of raw material like cotton are causing the spike. people love to lay out in son but doctors are warning that could be dangerous. skin cancer and detecting it really is key. that is where new 3-d technology comes in.
erica from our new york studio explains. >> reporter: the scanner looks out of this world. the patient steps inside of this and it is typically used in with 1/, a photo takes multiple images of your whole body. >> it is painless and you get to see parts of your body you have never seen before because every angle is captured. >> reporter: stephen gets one every six months. a few years ago a scan here detected melanoma. >> i was not surprised . >> reporter: he was not shocked for a few reasons. skin cancer runs in his family and his doctors also his best run. for years doctor rossi stressed how critical early detection is. >> i probably take it for granted that i have him.
>> he came to me to monitor moles and we noticed this one was new and that it had changed. >> reporter: the body photographer identified the mole on his thigh and it was in stage 0 but he needed surgery to remove it. the american cancer society says that melanoma accounts for 1% of cancer that it causes a large number of cancer deaths. they see u.s. physicians will likely diagnose at least 100,000 new melanoma cases. more men will die than women. that is why this cancer center is offering this scanning technology. doctor rossi says it can reduce the need for biopsy. >> by having photos of your body and your mole we can say, at this point in time it look like this but now it has changed or gotten larger or become darker or it has added
colors or irregular texture. >> reporter: he says that his cancer was in a pre-existing mold but a melanoma can occur out of nowhere and then spread. >> to sing the skin cancer is if it is not caught early it can grow and invade deeper. with melanoma it can spread to other parts of the body. >> reporter: stephen knows that his cancer could come back. and he is convinced this tool may have saved his life. >> everyone should be taking care of themselves as frequently as possible. >> that was irika byfield reporting. coming up, one industry is expecting a rebound but that could make your vacation a bit more pricey. more on that coming up next. but when it comes to everything our family needs... this one is... perfect. now this store is the real deal.
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cooling soon. demand is playing a big role. major hotel chains say they expect to be see records over the next couple of months unlike anything they have seen in the last few years. last night a woman asked for our help on getting money back for concert tickets. >> christie says she paid almost $1300 for tickets to the red hot chili peppers at levi station. as soon as she got her confirmation she found out the seats were in section 12 126, behind the stage. not backstage. she said that ticket center did not advertise them that way. she said that a representative at levi station said that area would not be occupied.
christie said she tried to take care of this by herself and get her money back and she disputed the charges. that just created a loop between the bank and the ticket seller. we reached out to ticket center of the company representative did that explain but they say they had processed a full refund for the ticket amount to the customer and provided them an additional $300 in store credit card due to the inconvenience. thank you, for bringing this to our attention. that is a $1591 win. we have dealt with various ticket companies and have seen many issues so, please be careful purchasing event tickets on the secondary market. often times you have the choice that, when you have to buy a ticket from a broker, reseller or any place, other than the venue, please document every step with screenshots. if you see anything out of the ordinary like, anything, speak up, like christie did.
she contacted us online and so can you. go to nbcbayarea.com or call us at 888996 tips. it is time to pair some wine with fast cars. for nascar, there were qualifiers today. the main event, tomorrow afternoon. the green flag dropped shortly after 1:00. we will have a preview tomorrow morning, live from the racetrack. she -- her hands have been itching to get her hands on the steering will and that might be it right there. you have to watch tomorrow morning though. rob, there is no rain tomorrow, right? >> that is right. we will see clearing skies. anyone heading up there before the rain get started, there
might be isolated showers. that we begin to see clearing temperatures in the mid-70s. wind will be about 15-25 miles per hour with higher wind gusts at times. temperatures looking very nice out of the 90s and into the 70s. of around san rafael, 70 degrees and winds picking up. 88 in dublin and into san jose, 80s with a north wind of 20 miles per hour. in san francisco, a stronger push of the marine air my bring us back together. you can see this covering the golden gate bridge and wind out of the northwest at 14 miles per hour. we have 80s and low 90s and most places are about 5-10 degrees cooler than yesterday. it is going to take another day before temperatures really
start to level off. morning temperatures in the 60s but the main headline, a chance of isolated showers. lunchtime is going to feel muggy as clouds passed by. the high tomorrow is not as hot inland and mostly 70s. wind speeds will be picking up and here's a look at things by 5:00 tomorrow. this will help cool things down to wrap up the weekend. an interesting june pattern. we have a chance of more showers. and then, we have another case of an atmospheric river condition. it will add to the humidity around the bay area. but unlike last weekend, we had half an inch of rain there, this could be just enough to register so some of the higher totals in the northern sierra
could see half an inch up to one inch of rain across northeastern california. so, here is a closer look. the best chance of showers right around the morning. you can see it right there across sonoma county. 10:00 until about 2:00 is when the system breaks apart. everybody come by 7:00, will see clearing skies. as the system moves out we will see a 2-3 date period of that moving out but, we are watching the wind direction. tuesday, we will have to watch these inland areas. you could get a north wind or an offshore breeze and things will dry out so, we might see some of fire danger but certainly a lot less humidity.
then skies clear and temperatures back into the mid- 90s. windy and cooler as they head towards friday and saturday so, june, usually we are talking about low clouds and fog but still, pretty active going into next week. >> you talk about rain and it is great to hear and see but, even less we can, we had an inch of rain in marin county. i was covering a fire up there in a eucalyptus grove. >> and because of the ongoing drought conditions, january through march, there were little bits of rain that we might see for a few hours but within 24 hours, the sun comes back out in the fire danger resets. we will be right back.
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