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who took that punch is speaking out. >> we knew that there was probably going to be violence. >> reporter: louis drove all the way from ventura to join the demonstration and she knew going in there was a chance of it turning violent. >> we were hoping for the best but expecting the worst. >> reporter: so were berkeley city officials who once again to their chagrin found their city playing host to a bat wielding, pepper spray fueled demonstration, not between demonstrators and police, but between demonstrators themselves. >> they wanted to we at the belly of the beast in berkeley to show they were big and powerful. >> reporter: the anarchists on the far left responded in kind. >> there's a lot of video out there about the acts people were committing. we'll be working with the community to identify the people committing these acts. >> reporter: it's the second time in as many months that the
two have scared off in berkeley under the protective banner of free speech only to then turn on each other, this time with 20 arrests. we asked berkeley councilwoman kate harrison, was this a political rally or a rumble? >> a rumble. it became a rumble. >> is berkeley the new ground zero for this? >> i don't know. i don't know. i certainly hope not. >> i'd probably say it was both. >> it's challenging. they had helmets, shields, weapons. and this is something we really haven't seen before. >> something that they may be seeing again and possibly regularly. city officials told me on and off camera that one of the good things was that nobody instantly on the by side got hurt. >> the man shown on that video punching the woman is a self-described white nationalist. 30-year-old nathan dimigo is a marine and undergraduate at
california state stanislaus. he's the founder of a group called identity europa which places flyers at college campuses claiming white superiority. the town hall in san francisco today was so raucous, police had to be called in. >> [ yelling ] sit down! >> you can see the senator there getting drowned out at times by angry constituents calling her a sell-out and accusing her of not standing up to the trump administration. other protesters demanded that she retire. this is the first town hall that feinstein has held since she was elected in 1992. kpix 5 political reporter melissa caen was there. the senator did have news on how she's taking on the trump administration. >> it got pretty rowdy in there but the crowd did manage to stay
quiet enough for the senator to say that behind the scenes senate democrats are getting ready to launch several challenges against the president and may even include suing him on their own dime. >> will you take a stand right now and call him what he is, dishonest, incompetent and corrupt. >> reporter: it didn't take long for senator feinstein to be asked about president trump 's business dealings. >> will you commit to sponsoring legislation to investigate these conflicts of interest? >> reporter: in response, the senator rattled off a host of behind the scenes moves by senate democrats as a ranking member of the judiciary committee, senator feinstein got a new staff. >> that new staff is looking very closely at the clause as well as whether we can in fact deny certain federal payments for business trips of his sons. >> reporter: then she drops this. >> right now senator blumenthal
is leading an effort asking each one of us to contribute an amount of money for a court case and we're looking at that because we want to see what's the top number and once we know what the liability is, then we can make a decision and the hope is that there will be 41 of us that will be on that court case. >> reporter: 41 senators as plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the president would be completely explosive. it could impact negotiations on everything from the affordable care act to the budget. that's not all that happened today. when an audience member said she was nervous about the trump administration rolling back the protections of the violence against women act, the senator did something politicians are loathed to do. she made a promise. >> i will give you my assurance now that nothing will happen to the violence against women's act. >> reporter: all this was well received by the audience, but
some still want to see a different candidate for senate in 2018. benjamin becker is with the group the people's town hall. >> it's a six-year term. she is just not the person we need to carry us through the 2020 election. i'd like to see barbara lee. >> barbara lee is a democrat. she's a congresswoman who represents oakland. we reached out to her office for comment but have not heard back. the democratic party would probably not support a sitting congresswoman challenging a sitting senator where both are democrats so it's unlikely lee would run, but anything can happen in 2018 in california. melissa caen, kpix 5. a silicon valley investor is spending millions to try to convince tesla founder elon musk to cut ties with president trump. you may have seen a billboard like this one on 880 in milpitas saying elon, please dump trump. the man behind it has been revealed as doug dirwin, a
private investor. he's angry is on the advisory panel of a president rolling back environmental protections. elondumptrump.com. musk has said in the past his presence on the council doesn't mean he agrees with the president's actions. new video just coming in to our newsroom of a cliff rescue in pacifica. a hiker got stuck on the cliff at mori point. the witness who first spotted the guy told us the hiker appeared injured after falling about 35 feet. he was clinging to the side of the cliff waiting for help. firefighters rescued him. no word on his condition. new at 6:00, we're learning more about a terrifying encounter with a mountain lion in san mateo county. a woman says a big cat snuck in to her bedroom while she was sleeping and snatched her little dog. this happened early this morning in the town of pescadero south
of half moon bay. that's where kpix 5's len ramirez is tonight. >> folks here in pescadero are used to seeing wildlife almost on a daily basis but this encounter with a mountain lion is the talk of a town and a family who lives up in the hills is just glad none of the human family members were hurt or attacked, but they're missing one of their four-legged family members. >> the door was slightly open. maybe like this. >> reporter: the door was only slightly ajar to let in fresh air while they were sleeping but it was enough to let a mountain lion slip in and take away a beloved pet, right next to a sleeping child. >> as soon as i saw it walk back out the way it was walking, i thought that's a lion. and the lion must have just grabbed her because she instantly stopped barking. >> reporter: victoria and her daughter catalina still have a hard time believing a mountain lion could be so bold. lenora is a rescue dog and hasn't been seen since.
blood stains on the doorstep are the only signs left behind by the intruder. >> pretty shocking. >> i heard my little dog bark and it wasn't a bark i've heard her do before. and i knew that something wasn't right. but i kept my eyes closed. >> reporter: it happened in the hills just above pescadero, a remote area where mountain lion sightings have become more common. the game warden is investigating and examined what appeared to be mountain lion tracks that were spotted down the lane. >> i took a couple trails closer to the house, often several directions and down this road where their dog was kind of alerting and i didn't find anything down there either. >> reporter: the mountain lion has not been spotted and without the carcass of the dog, it will be hard to track it down. neighbors are being warned to be especially wary of mountain lions in this area as this one showed it will go just about anywhere to find its prey. this mountain lion is believed to be an adolescent due to the
size. adolescent mountain lions are known to be more erratic. a couple years ago, one of their animals was attacked, a horse was jumped on by a mountain lion but the horse was able to get away. len ramirez, kpix 5. a live look right now outside at ocean beach. the showers just won't stop today. after a rainy easter and soggy monday, meteorologist paul deanno says there's still more rain ahead before we finally get a break. >> i can see the end in sight but we're not there yet. it has been raining on and off all day long. it's raining for a good portion of the bay area right now. some of the heaviest rainfall right on top of mount diablo and the cities around it. antioch, concord, walnut creek, danville, alamo getting steady rainfall. light rain continues milpitas south. san jose. all the way down to morgan hill, campbell, los gatos, sunnyvale and redwood city, soggy.
futurecast says showers aren't going anywhere. 8:00 tonight the showers continue. on and off showers throughout the night. lessening in coverage. the roads will be wet for the drive home tonight. slow because of the rain. i suspect the drive to work or school tomorrow will be the same. how about that end in sight? going to look nice. going to feel nice. but we're not there yet. we'll talk about when the pattern flips. that's coming up in a few minutes. new at 6:00, all the rain we've been getting is causing erosion problems up and down the coast. the state is debating putting restrictions on building and maintaining sea walls. as kpix 5's emily turner shows us, some people say it would spill doom for their properties. >> what's going to happen with the houses and structures along the coast has long been at debate with the california coastal submission. now the california state legislature has picked it up. folks who live along the coast are not happy about the possibility. >> it's an absurd notion. >> reporter: the folks living
on simpson beach want the state to back off. proposed legislation would make it much more difficult for homeowners built after january 1st, 1977 to fortify their property along the coast. it would require a strict permitting process for construction of armoring structures along the shoreline if they're allowed at all. >> people have bought properties along the ocean or beach and have built things along the beach and now the legislature is proposing retroactively to say those properties can't be protected. >> reporter: if passed, sea walls may not be able to be repaired if damaged, leaving homeowners behind it forever exposed to the sea. it's all in the name of natural shore lines. the bill, backed by the coastal commission, argues things like sea walls cause erosion and restrict natural habitats while also inhibiting public access and recreation along the coast.
>> preserving the natural environment. i think the giant seawall [ inaudible ] >> while it would keep the beach looking more natural, it wouldn't leave much for homeowners when the tide rises. emily turner, kpix 5. it's not something you expect to find in a place where kids play. disposal boxes for used needles. a debate over a plan to put more of them in san francisco parks. >> a multi-state manhunt for the suspect who randomly killed a man and posted it to facebook. what the social network is promising in the wake of the murder in cleveland. >> a b.a.r.t. experience compared to a red carpet. the million-dollar plans to make one station a lot more pleasant for riders. ,,
play. drop-off boxes .. for used needles. new at 6:00, not something you expect to find in a place where kids play. drop-off boxes for used needles. the push to put more of them in san francisco parks and the backlash. >> reporter: this oasis in downtown san francisco has lots of things you'd expect at a park and one thing you wouldn't. a needle disposal box. supervisor jane kim wants more of them. >> i'm tired of hearing from
families and children that they're hearing needles in the park. >> reporter: she's pushing the city to install similar boxes at other parks where drug users hang out. >> it's not that i want to encourage this type of behavior. that's not what we want to see on our streets but the reality is it's happening. >> reporter: the idea of more boxes is getting mixed reviews on social media. one critic says absolutely crazy. do you really think users are going to go shoot up and look for the needle box? if anything they'll think parks are a safe place to shoot up. but she says this shows why the boxes work. bobby washington teaches at the school across the street. >> they'd find needles, rubbers. we stopped coming over. >> reporter: the city started a bathroom monitoring program called pit stop. it includes boxes for used syringes. >> it's helped clean up the area and actually enable the kids from across the street who actually are going to school here to use this park. >> reporter: it's estimated 22,000 iv drug users call san francisco home and throwing away a syringe in a trash can is
illegal in california which kim says help explain why so many end up in the wrong place. >> we should give individuals a place to safely dispose of them. >> the city is reviewing the proposal and according to san francisco public works over a recent eight-month period more than 6600 syringes were dropped off at various pit stop locations. the widow of an elderly navy veteran killed by a sheriff's deputy inside their home has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the deputy and the county. 86-year-old eugene craig and his wife were in their saratoga home when a deputy busted down their door last september. the family's attorney says craig was armed with a gun because he thought it was an intruder. the deputy says he was doing a welfare check but when he saw craig's gun, the deputy shot him. the sheriff's office says the deputies claim they identify themselves clearly and spent nearly an hour calling out to anyone who might be inside.
>> mrs. craig indicated they did not know they were officers and whether or not they were told there were officers coming in i'm sure was the case. remember, we've got a 86-year-old and 89-year-old who may not be hearing quite as clearly as you or i may. i don't know if that factor was taken in to consideration or not. >> they said it does not comment on pending litigation. renovations about to begin on the concord b.a.r.t. plaza. as jessica flores shows us, the goal is to make the station a destination. >> reporter: a major facelift coming to the concord b.a.r.t. station. b.a.r.t. officials celebrated the start of the $6.5 million modernization project which renderings show will include an upgraded parking lot, new benches, trees, and energy efficient lighting. plus the feature that's been in the works for years. direct pedestrian and bike paths between the station and santos
plaza in downtown concord. >> we've been working on grant street and trying to create this linkage for well over 20 years. >> create kind of like the red carpet setting to where b.a.r.t. riders can get off here at downtown b.a.r.t. and be able to travel that avenue in to downtown concord to experience our restaurants, our entertainment and concerts during the summertime. >> reporter: the modernization project comes as more and more riders hop on at concord. >> it's not empty space. >> reporter: according to b.a.r.t., 6,000 riders use the concord station daily and that number is set to grow by 50% by 2040. >> it gets usually full. the day i did park up here, it was full by 7:30. >> the $6.5 million project is funded in part by prop 1b and measure j. jessica flores, kpix 5. >> the concord modernization project expected to be completed by the summer of 2018.
it's raining in concord right now. head east on highway 4 through bay point. antioch, rain, pittsburg, you're getting rain discovery bay and brentwood and oakley. just about everywhere throughout the bay area still getting soggy. we're still talking about rainfall. we have drying conditions in san francisco. trying on the peninsula. and we have trying conditions for mendocino county, lake county, and sonoma county. heaviest rainfall of the evening is moving through right now. high temperatures today under cloudy skies. we had 66 in redwood city. 61 for san rafael. san francisco, 62. fremont the warm spot, 67 degrees. snow still in the sierra. 177% of average for the north sierra. the central sierra in and around tahoe, 94% above average. there's a tremendous amount of snow. actually we don't want too much warm weather too quickly because we could end up seeing flooding even when the rain is done, if
we went to rain and sunny and hot, too much snow would melt too quickly and flood our rivers. we don't want that. we want a gradual warmup. low pressure area to the west. feeding in unstable air. no ridge of high pressure to block any of this. it's open season. western washington, western oregon, northern california, down to san luis obispo, a winter weather pattern is going to hold. showers are likely overnight tonight. you saw it on the radar. showers continue. cloudy conditions continue. mild overnight temperatures. oakland down to 54. san francisco also 54 degrees. tomorrow morning, showers. tomorrow afternoon, we get sunshine. that will spell somewhat warmer weather for san francisco. livermore and conquered, 68. santa rosa, 66 degrees. one more chance of showers wednesday night. we just cried uncle enough mother nature finally heard us.
drier weather moving in starting second half of the week. tomorrow morning and wednesday night, scattered showers. and then we're dry. five straight dry days, what's that going to feel like? 70s for highs inland. 60s and 70s near the bay. we may even get close to 80 degrees coming up on friday. so hang on, couple more days. we'll get there. >> we can do it. it's the wearable wristband that could save lives. how this sweat sensor created in the bay area could transform the way we diagnose disease like diabetes. >> coming up in sports, playoff basketball has finally arrived for the warriors but it's not just about the play on the court. and the raiders are back to work with a healthy derek carr. sights on las vegas... but for now... oakland businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and... businessman 1: yea, yea, yea...you know what i'm craving right now? businessman 1: (over speaker) --guacamole and bacon. audio tech: we got a craving! go go go!!! music: crashing cravings in the crave van.
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offseason work the raiders may have their sights on las vegas but for now oakland is still home for the silver and black as the team begins their offseason workouts. derek carr realizes the players are caught in the middle. >> i feel they're hurt. i'm with you. i hurt too. but at the same time we're all in this together and we're just going to do it together. obviously there's going to be times where we're in vegas doing things because that's a weird situation. but my focus is here and now making sure that our fans feel appreciated and will get the best version of me and my teammates every time they step out on the field. >> draymond green said the end of the regular season felt like preseason games because there was nothing at stake. nobody was more excited than green for the playoffs to start. >> i was very excited coming in to this game just to get the playoff basketball back. this is a completely different season. i've been looking forward to it for a couple weeks now.
>> the ws took game 1. but as usual, draymond had plenty to say throughout the game and set the tone for a serious trash talk with the blazers back court. >> like that on the floor, i think it raises the level of the game. because i don't even talk trash. i had a whole lot to say tonight. >> he talked trash to me, i'm going to talk trash to you. it's nothing disrespectful. i'm not talking about nobody's mommas or anything like that. i've known him since he was at michigan state. a little chubbier. >> don't get moms involved. the as placed him on the disabled list with a shoulder injury. the team is hoping he'll only miss one stop. the news is worse for shortstop marcus siemian. he will miss at least six weeks. joe thornton's return to the ice wasn't enough for the sharks to win game 3. schlemko's turnover led to the only goal of the game as the
oilers take a 2-1 series lead. san jose has been shut out in back-to-back games attempting only 39 shots compared to 58 for edmonton and the power play issues continue. sharks are 1-14 in the series. got to create some offense. got to shoot the puck. got to score some goals. we know that. obviously it's been a concern for us all season. we need to be better. that's simple to say but we've got to be better. >> let's hope they can light up the lamp tomorrow. 7:00 game time. >> not the time of year you want to be slumping. >> hopefully they can get something going tomorrow. they haven't scored a goal since the one in overtime in game 1. it's been a long time. coming up in our next half hour, a nationwide search for an armed and dangerous killer. he's wanted for shooting an elderly man in cleveland and posting it to facebook.
how the social network is taking action when it comes to violent videos. >> and her leadership has been plagued by police scandals and fleeing sports teams but oakland's mayor is ready to run again. our exclusive poll revealed how voters feel about a second term for libby schaaf. >> and prince harry gets candid about his private mental health struggle since his mother's death and the decision that helped him cope. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
and posted to facebook.. now ere's a nation a murder captured on video and posted to facebook. now there's a new nationwide manhunt for the man who admitted to the brutal crime. facebook is going public about what happened and when. >> shortly after it happened facebook issued a brief statement but that had everybody clamoring for more details and information. here we are more than 24 hours after it happened. now we get a detailed response from facebook and looks like they're dedicated to improving the system. >> reporter: to give you some sense of the fear that's gripped the cleveland area, look what happened when someone called 911
with a possible sighting of the gunman this afternoon. police close several blocks and put several schools on lockdown. facebook has finally responded and linked with a detailed blog post made public this afternoon. >> i'm going to keep killing until they catch me. >> reporter: it provides a timeline, saying on sunday at 11:09 a.m. pacific time the suspect posted a video saying he was about to commit a murder. two minutes later at 11:11 he posted a video that shows the suspect calmly walking up to the victim, and after a brief conversation he pulls out a gun and opens fire. 11 minutes after that the suspect appears on facebook live at 11:22 a.m. and confesses to the murder. finally at 1:22 p.m. the suspect's account is disabled and all videos are removed. facebook said, quote, we disabled the suspect's account within 23 minutes of receiving the first report about the murder video, and two hours after receiving a report of any kind. but we know we need to do
better. the company is gearing up for its largest ever f8 developer's conference in san jose where 4,000 people from around the world are expected to attend. they'll likely be talking about how technology like artificial intelligence can be used to help the thousands of screeners around the world detect and block reported content. >> i think we can say without a doubt he's armed. >> reporter: as for the situation in cleveland, police have no idea where the suspect is. so the feds have put up a $50,000 reward for his capture. after interviewing many of the suspect's friends and family, the motive for the killing is still unclear. >> i think there's anything we can point to specifically to say this is what sparked this. >> at the conference they've got artificial intelligence and natural language processing on the agenda so you can bet they'll probably be talking about the topic tomorrow at the conference which gets started at 10 a.m. former 49er ray mcdonald is no longer facing sexual assault
charges because his alleged victim refuses to testify. the woman received a settlement of more than $100,000 in civil court but she told the judge she's exhausted by the case so she decided to put the 2014 incident behind her. the deputy district attorney says despite his best efforts to convince the woman to testify, she's refusing, which is her legal right. the deputy d.a. says he's disappointed that mcdonald will not face the jury. new at 6:00, oakland mayor libby schaaf will run for re-election next year. she just filed the formal paperwork today. kpix 5's phil matier is here with a look at where schaaf stands with voters and the tough issues she's going to have to address. she's got already a lot on her plate. >> indeed she does. let's take a look at the numbers from the survey usa poll. 50%. that's about half of the oakland voters saying mayor schaaf is doing a good job. 54% disapprove. as for the city itself, 49% say
oakland is headed in the right direction. 38% say it's on the wrong track. in other words the jury is still out on the first term mayor. and the city is undergoing a huge economic and social boom at the same time. and it's had some pluses but it's had its share of troubles. for example, a police department still trying to overcome allegations of racial profiling and a sex scandal involving police and a teenage sex worker that led to the rapid dismissal of three chiefs. also the raiders' exit to las vegas after the city was unable to cut a deal for a new stadium. and big questions about what role lack city fire and building inspections may have played in the ghost ship and deadly san pablo halfway house fire that cost the lives of 40 people. while crime is down in oakland, both on the streets and in voters' minds the poll shows there's a new problem for the mayor. homeless encampments that are raising the question of who's
really benefiting from the economic boom going on in oakland. that's one of the key reasons all that together is why the mayor decided to go in early, go in big, make a big splash and hopefully keep anybody else from jumping in after her. >> i think if crime is down, that definitely plays in her favor. >> it does. the flip side is the homeless issue is becoming much more visible. if she can raise a lot of money out of the gate, that will give people second thoughts. >> 50% approve of the job she's doing. the u.s. and north korea are trading harsh warnings over the country's nuclear and missile programs. vice president mike pence visited the demilitarized zone separating north and south korea. he warned the country not to test the united states. >> president trump has made it clear that the patients of the united states and our allies in
this region has run out. >> it comes a day after north korea's failed missile launch. the white house says all options are on the table. north korea's deputy u.n. ambassador echoed the heated rhetoric, saying the u.s. has created a situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment. north korea has threatened to carry out more frequent missile tests. they come in flavors like chocolate or gummy bear, but they're not candy. a bay area city takes aim at vape flavors. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
dragging of a passenger from a plan. this video has now been millions of united airlines has agreed to preserve evidence from a passenger dragged from a plane. this video has now been viewed millions of times. the attorney for dr. david dao is preparing to go to court over the evidence but the hearing was canceled when united agreed to preserve records of the incident including the cockpit
recordings. the incident sparked protests today at sfo. asian americans joining the ncaa to draw attention to united treatment. united's treatment of dr. dao who is a vietnamese immigrant. >> i know they say it's not a race issue but to me it is. >> if this had been a white man in a blue suit, he would not have been treated this way. >> the reverend jesse jackson accused united of lacking diversity in its corporate management. a man arrested on suspicion of drunk driving may be responsible for a crash that killed two horses in penngrove. saturday morning he slammed a honda crv in to a corral hitting two miniature horses. scout and big red had to be euthanized. during the investigation pieces of the car were found in the corral. they matched the car of the man they pulled over for swerving near petaluma. a memorial is set up at the corral. a blood test from the driver has
been submitted. he's in the sonoma county jail while investigators wait for those results. >> a big admission from prince harry. what he's revealing about himself in the hopes of helping others. >> another day, another round of rainfall. i'll show you a different view. you go up in elevation, mid january, no, it's live. right now. look at all the snow in the sierra. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
candy. but they come in flavors like cinnamon toast crunch and cotton candy. but they're not candy. kpix 5's juliette goodrich on concerns that flavored vaping products are getting kids hooked on a bad habit. >> we've got grape, blueberry. >> reporter: papers for tobacco. they come in all flavors sold behind the counter to those 21 and over. >> believe it or not, it's the older people in to buy the blueberry and grape. >> reporter: oakland council
members annie campbell washington and reed say it's eye candy for young people, meant to get them hooked on a bad habit. the city of oakland has taken its first step to ban flavored tobacco products. >> i have a school that's a little bit of a ways. i have zero violations because we check i.d. >> reporter: candy and fruit flavored cigarettes are already banned on a federal level but there's no ban on the kinds of flavors tobacco companies can infuse in to cigars, smokeless tobacco, and vape oil. >> you have tax increase, now they're trying to ban flavors. >> reporter: he's founder of the nonprofit "not blowing smoke." >> if you take the flavors out, there's no incentive to keep vaping, and it would basically condemn people back to smoking. >> reporter: convenience store owner ann says this tobacco ban will do more harm than good. >> people with backpacks out on the street selling singles out of backpacks that are not regulated, that's what's going to happen.
a black market is going to exist. is that the way we want to go? >> reporter: parents say it comes down to teaching your kids, not banning certain products all together. the topic even sparked this deal for father and son to not get hooked on tobacco period. they even shook on it. these tobacco flavored wrappers are behind the counter. these two are 99 cents are only sold to those who are 21 years or older. the city council has not come up with a date or time they'll be discussing this particular ordinance. stanford researchers have designed a new wearable that could transform how doctors transform diseases using your sweat. this wristband collects the sweat and measures its molecular makeup. it then transmits the results to a lab to analyze it. researchers say it may be able to diagnose serious diseases like cystic fibrosis or
diabetes. it could also detect more basic chemicals for everyday use. >> potential application is to monitor labels and see if people are taking the right dose and know if people are taking medications or not. >> researchers say this type of personalized medicine could help prevent major illnesses. prince harry opening up about his silent struggle dealing with the death of his mother and how counseling helped him decades later. the prince was only 12 when princess diana died in the car crash in paris. he said he was complete to -- he said he was near to having a complete breakdown and his brother williams convinced him to get professional help. prince harry admitted he at times felt on the verge of punching someone and eventually took up boxing as an outlet. >> i can safely say losing my
mom at the age of 12 and therefore shutting down all of my emotions for the last 20 years have had a quite serious effect on not only my personal life but also my work as well. >> prince harry works with a charity that promotes mental health and said the interview was about erasing the stigma around mental illness. cloudy skies throughout the bay area currently. traffic not moving very quickly on the san mateo bridge. all the roads are wet. we had steady rainfall move through the bay area. many of our mountain locations especially in santa cruz county, sonoma county, coming up on a half inch to inch of rainfall. urban areas, a 10th of an inch to quarter inch of rain. mid to upper 50s currently. san francisco the cool spot at 55. tying you with santa rosa. san jose, 59. concord, oakland and livermore in the upper 50s. showers becoming a lot less numerous as that wave of low pressure that just moved through is out toward the i-5 corridor.
we're left with some scattered showers. one exception. right over the east bay hills, just north of 24, portions of pleasant hill and walnut creek, concord, pacheco, martinez getting steady light rainfall. this is the 52nd day this year with measurable rainfall. what's normal? 37 days. take normal rainfall and add two more weeks of just wet weather. that's what we've had so far this year. actually more days of rain so far this calendar year than we had in all of the year 2013. the entire 12 months. fremont tonight, 53 degrees. scattered showers will continue for you. rain after midnight. we'll update 53 coming up tomorrow. 53 for a low tonight in concord. santa rosa, 50. san francisco, 54 degrees. the complete absence of a blocking ridge of high pressure is what we've had the majority of the winter. it's what we have right now allowing this guy to dominate the eastern pacific. not a strong low pressure area but continues a feed of unstable
ocean air to continue to roll over northern california and note, it's not just raining here. not just a bay area thing. all the way from central california to british columbia. a lot of water, moisture, rainfall. it will continue overnight tonight. futurecast says tomorrow morning scattered showers for the south bay. santa clara valley approaching 70 degrees by the afternoon with some afternoon sunshine. futurecast from a different perspective shows the showers overnight tonight in to the morning commute tomorrow. sunshine by the afternoon. let's talk about wednesday. we'll flip it. we'll start the day with sunshine. clouds roll in by the afternoon. our final weather maker moves through with showers wednesday night. two more shower chances. one is overnight in to tomorrow morning. another one wednesday night in to thursday morning and then that's it. the pattern changes. the rain is done. we hope for a while. 68 for san jose. redwood city, 67. mid to upper 60s with afternoon
sunshine for pittsburgh and pleasanton. 65 in mill valley. 67 in petaluma. 70 your high for napa. ukiah, 65 degrees. are we done for a while? yes. thursday, friday, saturday, through the weekend in to next week approaching 80 inland. 60s at the beach and 70s near the bay. the weather finally calming down. ken is very happy, judging by the woohoo. >> we're both very happy. [ laughter ] >> it has been coming down. coming up, she was the first woman to run the boston marathon with a number on, and 50 years later she crossed the finish line again. pm... we're talking about that awful murder video posted to facebook. do you think facebook has a responsibility to censor offensive material? yes no, why, why not. tweet me your thoughts! i'm at veronica dl cruz. we ll have your comments tonight on nightbeat.. that's on our sister
joffrey key- roo-ey and edna kiplagott were the m kenyans crossed the finish line first in the boston marathon. both making their boston debut. another female finisher carried a lot of history for those 26 miles today. >> catherine switser was the first woman to officially enter the boston marathon. today kpix 5's don daler
said she ran it again. >> reporter: in 1967, switzer became the first woman to officially cross the finish line of the boston marathon. she didn't intend to stand up for women's rights that day. she just wanted to run. >> when you tied your shoes that morning, you weren't setting out to be a revolutionary. >> i didn't plan to do anything but try to cover 26 miles, 385 yards. >> reporter: nothing in the rule book prohibited women from running the boston marathon but few believe they had the physical stamina to do it. switzer registered using just her initials. she wore baggy clothes as protection from the snow. it wasn't till the race began that officials noticed a woman running among the men. >> all of the sudden i heard a scraping sound. i turned and suddenly looked in to the face of the angriest guy i had ever seen. he was out of control. he was snarling at me. >> reporter: that out of control guy was one of the race organizers. >> he grabbed me and screamed
get the hell out of my race. i was terrified. he said give me those numbers. he went after the one on my back. and as he went for that, my burly boyfriend who was running alongside, 235 pounds, ex-all american football player, took out the official like that and sent him flying. >> reporter: the moment galvanized switzer and set her on a new course as an advocate for women's athletics. >> i was so terrified and humiliated, then i said no. i've got to finish this race because if i don't, nobody is going to believe women should be taken seriously. >> reporter: today at age 70 she's running for her foundation. 261 fearless. the organization named after her now famous number from the marathon aims to empower women through running. >> she looks great. here she is at the finish. her time, four hours, 44 minutes and 31 seconds. she's run the boston marathon nine times. goodnight.
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