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from the alameda county sheriff's department is about to dry up. it comes down to money and officer safety. don knapp is in oakland not far from within an alameda county deputy was shot during a traffic shot three weeks ago. don. >> reporter: that's right, ann. we were here three weeks ago tonight when that traffic stop occurred and the violent action occurred and that violent action may be part of the reason that the sheriff wants to drop the contract with oakland to patrol oakland streets. the shooting that wounded an alameda county deputy sheriff here near bart three weeks ago may have killed oakland's contract with the sheriff's office for extra patrols. the reason? the extra costs of policing in oakland's rough crime areas. >> having done this now, we have one injured deputy off for a significant amount of time. we have several cars involved in collisions. those go down. there's the cost value there. so all these things add up and it actually adds up to more than what oakland paid for us
to be there. >> reporter: 11 teams of deputies have been working on weekends averaging 15 arrests a shift. the contract hang-up comes as oakland struggles to put more officers on the street to fight crime. >> the reality is that oakland has a crime issue. the primary role of government is to provide for the people's safety, whether the county or city. >> reporter: can budget-lean oakland afford to pay the costs the sheriff wants covered? >> we need to continue to talk and work together and let the bureaucracies and the political agendas go by the wayside and most of all protect our people. >> reporter: sounds like you think you're going to salvage this deal. >> we have no choice. >> reporter: the councilmember says the sheriff's deputies and extra patrols from the chp have made a difference. >> in this neighborhood in particular that's involved with prostitution and robbery, they have dropped significantly. so as taxpayers in oakland we need to continue to work with the county sheriff's department and the sheriff needs to understand it's his job is to
protect the people of oakland, as well. >> reporter: and tonight at midnight, those sheriff's patrols come to an end at least for now, ann. >> don, let me ask you about the chp because i know they have been helping out oakland police. so are they staying on the streets? >> reporter: apparently, from councilman gallo, it's the same deal as the sheriff. he is concerned whatever deal they settle with the sheriff if they get a deal the chp will want also so it's going to be expensive if they can keep them at all. >> thank you. more bay area headlines. a new demand for more security funding for public transit for the bay area. congressman eric swalwell is leading the effort calling on lawmakers to allocate money to fema's security grant program in an effort to keep passengers safer. recent federal report shows mass transit systems are difficult to secure making them vulnerable to terrorist
attacks. bay area residents and lawmakers examined ways to end gun violence at town hall in palo alto today. representatives mike thompson and anna eshoo were both on hand to talk about gun legislation. thompson says members of congress talked to people from all sides of the gun control debate. >> we've met with people who believe like the one member that there shouldn't be any guns. and we've met with the nra leadership. and everybody in between. >> the u.s. senate killed a number of gun control measures this week including expanding background checks for gun buyers and banning assault weapons. well, the suspect in the boston marathon bombings is in serious condition and has still not been charged. as people around boston try to get back to normal, investigators searching for the how and why behind the bombings. cbs reporter adriana diaz has the latest from boston on the investigation. >> reporter: that's right, ann. we heard today that the suspect is still unable to speak.
and in an ironic twist he is being treated at the same hospital where some of the victims of monday's bombing are still recovering. armed guards are out side the hospital where the surviving suspects from the boston marathon bombings is being treated. a special interrogation team used on high value targets is ready to question 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev when he is able to communicate >> law enforcement professionals are hoping for a host of reasons that the suspect survives because we have a million questions. and those questions need to be answered. >> reporter: police captured tsarnaev after nearly a day- long search. officers did not read him his miranda rights. they invoked a rarely used public safety exception. the case started thursday night when his older brother tamerlan died after a firefight with police. then officers spent friday going door to door in watertown looking for johar. pictures from a night vision camera show he was hiding in a boat stored in a backyard. after a second shootout, tsarnaev gave himself up and medics rushed him to the
hospital. doctors here at boston's beth israel are treating the suspect for serious injuries. cbs news has learned he is suffering from leg and neck wounds and could have bled to death if he hadn't been found in time. authorities are still in watertown collecting evidence. residents are glad it's all over. >> it's surreal finding yourself in a war zone. >> reporter: a memorial for the victims is growing in downtown boston. 11-year-old catherine left this note. >> i meant it with my heart when i wrote it and i really hope boston gets better. >> reporter: many say they are glad life can get back to normal finally. public defenders have agreed to represent tsarnaev once charges are brought. live in boston, adriana diaz. back to you. >> one of the faces of this tragedy was a gentleman we saw mountain wheelchair. with you apparently he also
helped identify the older brother to authorities? >> reporter: that's right. >> reporter: there are reports who say that jeff an iconic man in the wheelchair who had both legs amputated, once he was able to wake up enough wrote down on a piece of evidence, bag, saw the guy, looked right at me. he was able to help authorities pinpoint the older suspects. more details continue to come out. >> incredible that he had that composure after what he had been through. we are learning more about the people who helped out in the moments after the bombing. how a bay area man's expertise helped stun visitors right after the bombing. [ yelling ] >> preparing for a huge disaster in the bay area. the emergency drill that helped volunteers think like first responders. >> judging by the picture over my shoulder, traffic into the city not so good but the weather was just about perfect. sunshine for all of us and temperatures that range from the 60s at the coast to 80s
took place... is starting to shift toward recovery. the texas town where a deadly fertilizer plant explosion took place is starting to shift toward recovery. some residents are being allowed to return to their homes in west, texas. they will be under a curfew. the explosion killed 14 people on wednesday. authorities are investigating the cause of the blast. the major disasters this week coincided with an emergency drill in one bay area city. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec answers the question, are we ready to respond to a large- scale disaster? [ yelling ] >> reporter: in this scenario it's all pretend but after two major disasters in the u.s. this week, the bombing in boston and the plant explosion in texas, the possibility of a large-scale tragedy here is hitting home. >> what will we do? what will happen? >> reporter: those are the questions that brought hundreds of people to this training drill in san francisco today put on by the fire department's nert, or neighborhood emergency response team. >> the preparation that you do is really going to pay off no
matter what the emergency is. >> reporter: in the bay area, we're vulnerable to earthquake, flooding, fire and terrorist attacks. >> absolutely first responders will be there but they will be overwhelmed by an event such as the one in boston. >> reporter: what we saw in boston was volunteers stepping in to help stopping bleeding and saving lives. >> it's kind of brought more seriousness to the volunteers approach. you know? maybe there's sort of a casual approach, yeah, i'll go to the drill. now there's a pressing urgency about keeping our skills fresh. >> reporter: 300 people had initially signed up for the drill and 50 more signed up after monday's bombing. but it's not just average citizens who had their eyes opened. >> i guess as first responders, are we ready? what's our plan? >> reporter: fema says the bay area is one of the most prepared areas of the world when it comes to emergency training. but it's still not enough. >> are we prepared? a lot of us are. but, you know, again we're going to rely on volunteers like they have here today to help us out. >> reporter: if you would like to learn for about nert training, find more information
on our website, kpix.com. just click on "links and numbers." in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> the training program is called nert in san francisco but around the country it's called sert and there are similar groups all over the bay area. coming up, the south bay challenge inspiring the next generation of scientists and engineers. >> and here's a live look outside. meteorologist paul deanno once again with your forecast. we are all about the sunshine. but wait until you see the change in temperature. if you like a warmup, i have that for you. if you would like a cooldown, i have that for you, too. details on when next. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
more about the people who stepped up and helped out r after the boston explosions. one of those good samaritan we're learning more about the people who stepped up and helped after the boston explosions. one of those good samaritans is dr. thomas randall the chief of neurologist at the va hospital in palo alto. he had finished the marathon 20 minutes before the explosions. the former boston resident said it wasn't his knowledge of medicine but the city itself that came in handy. >> i could tell people where to go. i could direct them where the families would be where the bags containing one's clothes were. >> he returned to the bay area the next day. this was his third boston marathon. he also plans to run in the san
francisco marathon. a new challenge in the south bay for the next generation of innovators. more than 3,000 students participated in the 26th annual tech challenge in san jose today. the tech museum program is aimed at reinforcing the science and engineering design process with hands-on projects. this year's theme involved asteroids and space maps. >> our goal as a tech museum and the tech challenge is to require them to keep going in science, technology, engineering and math careers and fields. so if we can get the kids to start designing at a young age, to start innovating at a young age, hopefully they'll love it and have a successful career. >> the tech challenge continues tomorrow. cool event to take the kids to. paul is here. >> not only did you study science but apparently personal relationships because you have
something for everybody this week. don't you. >> trying to make everybody happy. >> it will be toasty. >> you'll be like oh, april. are we already starting this? the answer is yes for a couple of days but if you like it cooler we have that in the forecast, as well. so i'm just the bearer of the information. you can thank mother nature for the weather for the next few days. it was 80 when you left in livermore and then 77 and got to oakland where all these folks are, now 71. by the time you get to san francisco, it will be in the 50s. that's because we have a light onshore flow. not enough to impact you out toward livermore but certainly enough to get you on the peninsula and in the city this evening. microclimate forecast will take you across the bay to san leandro. sunshine tomorrow, 76. monday, that's when we really start heating up. you in san leandro will be in the low 80s. san francisco has a shot at the low 80s on monday and tuesday, as well. our weather will be dominated for the next several days by this big area of high pressure taking the storm track and
shoving it around this high all the way up into the pacific northwest and southern british columbia. so rain is not the issue. that will stay constant. we are not going to get any. but where high pressure is will dictate what kind of weather we're going to have. high pressure is getting closer to us so the onshore flow will be less tomorrow. temperatures will go up because we'll have less cooling influence of the ocean. the warmup against tomorrow even at the coastline. on monday and tuesday, high pressure is in the perfect spot to give us winds going around the high and if you follow the arrows, that's an offshore wind eliminating the influence of the ocean. that's when we get toasty, close to 90 inland. 80 near the bay and those of you along the coastline usually in the 50s and 60s, you will hit the 70s coming up on monday and tuesday at the coast. now, cooler weather with the onshore flow all we have to do is shift the winds back to the west. we'll do that on wednesday and temperatures will begin to drop. but tomorrow, we're going up temperature-wise. concord 85. san jose 85. about 15 degrees above average. fremont 83. redwood city 82. 86 for walnut creek.
pleasanton 86 with sunshine. 80 for mill valley. sausalito and san francisco for the first time in more than a week you will be in the 70s and getting warmer monday and tuesday. that's when we get the peak of the heat close to 90 inland. then on wednesday here comes that flow from the ocean again. by thursday and friday highs back to the 60s near the bay which is much closer to normal. so if you like the warm, we've got it. if you like the cooler, we have that, as well. >> thank you. vern is here and i know you're itching to talk about the warriors. >> absolutely! it's the play-offs. we don't get a chance to talk about the warriors in the play- offs very often. hey, ahead, we have that and high school football in april. huh? what happened in denver with the ws? stick around.
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the dubs in game-1 at the nuggets? ...for almost the entire, 48 minutes it was too close to call... step s nba play-offs and the warriors. game one at the nuggets. for almost an entire 48 minutes it was too close to call. steph curry amped up in his play-off debut. what a start. missing the first nine shots. david lee a slam off the great pass by curry. klay thompson was hot. big turnaround jumper. 15 in the first half for klay. curry finally made a field goal. 1:20 before the first half ended. of course it was a three-point shot. he had 272 in the regular season. mcgay over andrew bogut. the warriors had a four-point halftime lead.
then the shooting went into the deep freeze, folks. only 16 points in the third period. and the nuggets smelled blood in the water, believe you me, they went after it. corey brewer with a 14-3 run. denver goes up 7 going into the fourth period. and then david lee went down hard, injured, left hip flexor, left the game. still the warriors made a comeback. jack to carl landry lead down to 1. the doves would tie the game and so denver blows the dust off a 37-year-old andre miller. what a game. play-off career high 28 points. they couldn't stop him! warriors still down one. 40 seconds left. the unthinkable happened to it. y lawson, turnover and bucket the other way. the worst thing that could possibly --oh, and the warriors are down 3. now we're down to 20 seconds left. jack to curry.
look what happened. bucket. tied the game at 95. but the nuggets would get the final shot. cue andre miller, 18 of his points in the final period. time ran out on the warriors and that's the ballgame. 97-95. the ws have until tuesday night to think about this. >> i never hit a game winning shot. so -- >> never. >> never. taken a couple and missed or turned the ball over. that was big for a first play- off game. >> i don't think anybody came in there believing we were going to sweep the denver nuggets. you got to win four games to advance. and you can't act like this is the --it's not over. >> we're not into moral victories. in a simple phrase, we played good enough to lose. >> comedian ricky gervais.
at the garden, celtics, knicks, jeff green first half nice for boston he had 20 points. they took the lead into halftime. but then the knicks said, all right, that's enough. the turnover here. and here carmelo anthony. he had 36 points. boston scored only 8 points in the fourth and the knicks take game one 85-78. [ applausend cheers ] [ applause and cheers ] >> that's the big papi. he is not from bostonan emotional time. he singled up the middle 2 for 4, helped the red sox beat the royals 4-3. of course we'll have the as and giants coming up on the late show. san francisco public high school football. the gold standard. the new normal is lincoln. champions of tackle football in the fall and today, something you will only see on kpix 5. [ screaming ]
>> undefeated lincoln taking on mission for the city and state flag football title. a little organized flag football here. the only one of its kind in california. it was all lincoln, joy fisher with that touchdown grab and devon looking like colin kaepernick. 50-yard touchdown run. lincoln today won the first- ever girls flag football championship 44-0. they finished unbeaten at 5-0. >> so proud of my team. it's not a one-man thing. it takes a whole team to get this far. so i'm really proud and excited for the celebration we're about to have after. >> she had the big touchdown run. about a month ago we found out about flag football. we did a feature on it and they wanted to mix it up.
even though it's supposed to be noncontact. >> they're so tough aren't they? >> oh, yeah. >> are you concerned about the warriors? >> if they needed to win one of these first two this was the one you had to win. now they have to sit on it and think about it until tuesday night for game 2. i would think that would be a must-win coming back to oracle next friday. >> got to get one. that's it for us at 6:30. see you at 11:00. good night. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org ,, ,, enough about the book, i want to hear about your date.
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