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mateo. chopper 5-- over the scene.. as cars were flooded and water spewed out onto the streets. a large water main break has shut down a school in san mateo. chopper 5 over the scene as cars were flooded and water spewed on to the streets. it happened in the area of south el camino real and notre dame avenue near st. matthew catholic church. we'll continue to follow that
but first we start with developing news. a deadly home invasion in santa rosa, two homes were invaded. one on melcon lane and the other fulton road. two people were shot, one has died. the suspects were arrested in vallejo. allen martin joins us from the newsroom with a dramatic end. >> reporter: kenny, authorities got the call at about 6:45 this morning. a man was reportedly shot multiple times after masked men broke into his home on melcon lane. first responders tried to revive him but he died from his injuries. the second victim was shot in the house at fulton road. he is expected to survive. kpix 5's da lin is live from where the chase ended and has details. >> reporter: there are three different scenes. i'm at the third and final scene. let me set this thing up for you. you're looking at a van being put on a tow truck right now. this blue van, according to the
sheriff's department, was involved in the two previous robberies over in santa rosa. this crashed into a car at this intersection of couch and redwood street. after this crash, there were apparently five suspects inside the van. the people were arrested after the crash. two people, a man and woman, ran into the neighborhood. so that is where they are searching for the two at large suspects right now. they have s.w.a.t. team members and sheriff's department and they have the vallejo police department and the chp all involved searching this neighborhood for those two suspects. three again are being arrested -- have already been arrested. now, inside this van, there are some stolen guns, actually, still inside this van. they are going to take it into the yard for processing.
let me go back to the first and second scene, okay? first scene over in santa rosa, according to the sheriff's department, there was a home invasion robbery where the suspects went inside the home, tied up some people inside, shot apparently one person, a man, and that man is expected to survive. we don't know what was taken inside from that first house. a few hours later, they went to the second house also in the santa rosa area, again did the same thing, tied up family members or people inside the home, shot and killed a man believed to be in his 30s right there, and then apparently marijuana, um, i'm sorry, not marijuana but guns were taken from the house. and then you have this scene here. live in vallejo, i'm da lin, kpix 5. a deadly collision in berkeley sent an ac transit bus and another vehicle barreling into a home early this morning. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at
the scene where the streets are still shut down. jackie. >> reporter: we're standing on ashby avenue right now right near the intersection where this accident happened. you can see the bus and car involved in the crash are still wedged into the home here on ashby avenue. a 27-year-old female is now dead following this accident and police are still trying to figure out what happened. erica noble says she felt the exact moment this ac transit bus and red honda coup crashed into her neighbor's home. erica said she is hard of hearing and first thought it was an earthquake. >> i felt boom. but i didn't think it was massive. >> berkeley police say the bus -- [ stand by, technical difficulties ]
>> the camera caught the action of the accident on tape. right now, that footage was downloaded and investigators are looking at it. in berkeley, jackie ward, kpix 5. chopper 5 giving us this view of some flaring at the chevron refinery in richmond this morning. richmond fire says that chevron lost a recycled compressor forcing an emergency shutdown with some intermittent flaring. but there is no safety concern right now to residents. there's no rain but there is some flooding in san mateo. a large water main break is causing quite the mess and even a school closure. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us
live from san mateo with the latest. >> reporter: four homes, a school and church are flooded. they are trying to fix this. no estimated time on when they will be able to do it. minimal amount of water coming out of that hole right now here along el camino real. but take a look at our view from chopper 5 earlier morning. you can see the massive amounts of water that they were dealing with. it was a two-foot-wide water main owned by cal water that broke under the sidewalk at about 6:30 a.m. blowing an eight inch hole in the pavement and spewed water at 3,000 gallons a minute. it flooded four homes on aragon boulevard and st. matthew's catholic church and st. matthew's catholic school. damage estimate, unknown. >> so the school was flooded.
it was evacuated. there were some students arrived for early drop-off. the staff was able to quickly evacuate them and get them to the right locations with family members and parents. the school is shut down. >> reporter: she says the damage is extensive. a lot of it is in the school gym. the water is not shut off to this neighborhood but people might experience some low water pressure for the next several hours. pg&e is here. they shut off power and gas to the school. there is a cal water biologist on scene as well to make sure local creeks are protected since all of this is washing into the storm drains. but it's freshwater. so it couldn't be -- it's not going to be much of a concern. as far as what exactly happened, why this water main broke, nobody knows. they are investigating. it was an old pipe built in the 1950s or 1960s. but there was no construction going on in this area. so it looks like it may have just burst underground possibly
because of age. live in san mateo, anne makevoc, kpix 5. an attorney representing more than 150 families says the flooding in san jose's coyote creek never should have happened last year. amanda hawes and some of the clients are discussing a lawsuit against counties and agencies. hawes says that the santa clara valley water district, city of san jose, and santa clara county are all responsible for poorly managing the anderson reservoir. tonight the san francisco mayoral race takes center stage. the firefighters local 798 will host a debate at 6 p.m. it's being held at the archbishop riordan high school. here are the top four candidates: in just a few hours.. san jose mayor sam liccardo is set to deliver his annual state of the city address. he's expected to cover a wide range of topics.. from silicon valley prosperity.. to families sam liccardo will deliver his annual state of the city address this evening covering a wild range of topics from silicon valley prosperity to families struggling to make
ends meet and the bay area's housing problem will be a major issue in his address. san jose is planning to build 25,000 new units in the next five years, many of them near public transit. >> we're make great progress in a lot of areas. we are rebuilding the san jose police department. we are seeing the airport become the fastest growing airport in the country. we are seeing incredible amount of job attraction. but we have to build more affordable house. we have to build it quickly. that's where i'm focused in the year ahead ensuring we have a city where we can all belong. >> the mayor is focused on rebuilding the understaffed police department since benefits were cut years ago. he will give his speech 6:30 at city college. today congress has to agree on a new budget plan or face another government shutdown tonight. the president is calling for support of the bipartisan deal
reached in the senate yesterday. democrats won't support it in the house if it doesn't include a vote on daca. a top aide in the white house is resigning following allegations he abused two women. he denies all allegations. reporter mola lenghi has more on the fallout. >> this event reminds us that faith is central to american life. >> reporter: president trump spoke at a national prayer breakfast thursday morning as a new scandal rocked the white house. staff secretary rob porter resigned following accusations of domestic violence by two of his ex-wives. >> i think that was a personal decision that rob made and one that he was not pressured to do but one that he made on his own. >> reporter: porter's first wife shared photos with the intercept website showing what her face looked like after porter allegedly punched her while on vacation. in a statement, porter said, these outrageous allegations are simply false. adding, he took the photos given to the media nearly 15 years ago and the reality
behind them is nowhere close to what is being described. his second wife, jennifer, told the "washington post" she became aware of his temper within a matter of weeks of getting married. >> grabbed me by the shoulder here, um, and pulled me out of the shower in a rage. >> reporter: as staff secretary he would handle the papers that end up on the president's desk including classified material. it's unclear if he ever received a full security clearance. chief of staff john kelly initially called porter a man of integrity but later said he was shocked by the new allegation even though allegations were shared with the white house in november. it's unclear what new allegations kelly was referring to. mola lenghi, cbs news, the white house. >> porter said he will leave the white house after a transition period. a hearing on the controversial delta tunnels gets under way in sacramento as governor brown announces major changes to the project. >> and canada's prime minister is here in the bay area.
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prime minister justin trudeau visited the salesforce tower in san francisco. he's attending a roundtable canada's prime minister is visiting the bay area today. prime minister justin trudeau visited the "salesforce tower" in san francisco. he is attending a roundtable discussion on diversity and equality with ceo marc benioff and other tech leaders. trudeau is also attending other events in the bay to stress the
importance of a partnership between the u.s. and canada. >> i saw very clearly once you get elected through dividing people, it becomes very difficult if not impossible to try and govern in a way that brings people together. so we very much focused on trying to find common ground as we move forward. >> trudeau is in san francisco until tomorrow before flying out to los angeles. in monterey former president barack obama arrived yesterday to attend a private at&t leadership conference. celebrities and golfers are in town for the pebble beach pro- am golf tournament. it's unclear if obama will golf. a hearing will resume in sacramento today on governor brown's $16 billion plan to renovate the state's water system. regulator will hear requests to change the location where the water would be diverted as governor brown announces his plan to significantly scale back the project. he hopes to build two tunnels
to divert water from the sacramento river south. the new proposal cuts that down to a single tunnel which would bring the price tag down to $10.7 billion. let's check the forecast. it's warm. >> it's warm out there and yes, you're talking about water making me thirst estimate. we are -- the whole state is thirsty now. no rain today. this is the 14th day in a row of no rain for san francisco and hazy around the bay this morning. we saw that coastal stratus, the low-lying clouds hanging around. so still a little hazy not as clear and crisp of a view as the past few mornings. right now in the 60s and 70s in the area. we have a ridge of high pressure in place again but it is weakening a bit. so as it weakens, it's bringing us less of those offshore winds so winds are very calm out
there today. barely between three to five- mile-per-hour sustained winds. that's why some of the cloud coverage did hang around right along the coast. this low is going to impact us as the high pressure weakens but not yet. so for today our temperatures very similar to what we have had maybe one or two degrees cooler. we are looking at afternoon highs today in the mid- to upper 70s in the area. not expecting to break records today. 70s in the area for the bay area. in the north bay temperatures pretty warm up there, st. helena could reach 80 degrees. rohnert park 76 for your high. and lakeport, clearlake in the low to mid-70s. your sunset tonight at 5:41. sunrise tomorrow 7:05. we are getting longer days. and here's what we're also noticing, very spring-like temperatures also means spring-
like conditions. these pictures sent from our weather watchers. we are seeing flowers blooming, spring has sprung according to chris in vallejo sent thus gorgeous picture. we are not getting any sierra snowfall. sunny across squaw valley. they have that snow base temperatures there overnight below freezing. temperatures in the 50s for kirkwood. it's spring-like skiing out there. sugar bowl has a decent base still 56 inches and they are staying sunny today. here's a look at the futurecast. we are all watching to see if rain will at all enter our region. temperatures will drop saturday as we see this low up to the north. and that's going to bring cooler conditions and increased offshore winds. into monday, that's when we could see a slight chance of rain in this model for oregon and california right there at that border. here's a look at the seven-day forecast.
no rain for the bay area for another 7 more days. we may get some cloud coverage on monday but that's about it. and increase in the dry offshore wind conditions. >> thank you. looks like a good forecast. coming up, bart's plan to crack down on fare cheats has hit a snag. when they plan to get back on track.
to check whether riders have paid. but bart says bart's crackdown on fare cheats will be delayed for at least a week. they are planning to use portable ticket readers to check whether riders have paid but they didn't like how the machines worked so they sent them back. bart expects to be on track to begin the crackdown next week. u.s. labor statistics say we'll have almost a million and a half new computer science jobs by the year 2020 but not enough qualified graduates to fill the job. sharon chin introduces to us this week's jefferson award winner who wants to change that. reporter: students come into an after-school class that's so popular there's a waiting list to get in because they don't just play videogames. >> we get to make our own games. >> reporter: once a week the laurelwood elementary school students in san jose create their own pacman-like games thanks to 17-year-old rushil kapadia. >> is that a teleporting law? >> reporter: the senior at archbishop mitty high school
found a fun way to introduce under served kids to programming. he learned it in third grade and when he was 13, rushil kapadia was shocked to find that even in silicon valley many students don't get the same chance until high school or college. >> then i was actually, like, wait a minute, i can do something. i can become a volunteer and actually lead the classes. >> reporter: he found the nonprofit "computer programming for all" or cpfa to teach elementary and middle school students coding for free. he developed his own curriculum based on scratch software and principals like dr. nguyen at laurelwood welcomed his expertise. >> he is very passionate about what he wants to do and really get the students here to be passionate also. >> reporter: kids like this 6th grader. >> i wasn't interested in coding until i started coding class. >> reporter: rushil and his volunteers reach more than 200 students in 15 coding clubs. >> seeing all these students
making their own games and coming up excited, look, i made this game by myself, and i'm excited about that. >> reporter: he also organized a hack-a-thon supported by private and business donations that raised $5,000 last year for schools. >> awesome. >> reporter: so for giving young students basic coding skills this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to rushil kapadia. sharon chin, kpix 5. >> you can nominate your local hero for a jefferson award online at cbssf.com/hero. we'll be right back.
despite the start of the olympics... one group of die hard warriors fans from south korea are here... and they bought a special gift fo coming up at 5:00 despite the start of the olympics one group of warriors fans from south korea are here in the bay area. and they brought a special gift for steph curry. we'll have that and much more tonight at 5:00. you have to tune in. >> i can't wait to see what that would be and his wife is pregnant with their third child. >> he has everything. have a great day. [ laughter ] >> bye!