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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, it is a cold start to the week . good afternoon. i am len kiese. >> and i am amanda starrantino. we will get right over to first alert meteorologist darren peck. it is a bit of a spring surprise, darren . >> what's the way the storms behave as they are isolated and we do not want to over into the west of . n sethe foo
rain. this is going to slowly come down to the southeast. today it will stay like this. most of us do not see anything, but there will be isolated cells that drops snow about 3000 feet. it will stay on again and off again until tomorrow afternoon when we will see better coverage. i will show you what happens coming up in the first alert forecast. back over to you. along highway 50 the snow falls in the sierra. this is video where the traffic is moving slowly. the speed limit has been lowered down to 30 miles per hour. i am anne makovec following the abortion debate as it shifts to the u.s. senate. taking a live look at the u.s.
capitol ahead of a wednesday vote to codify abortion rights into law. it has already passed in the u.s. house but does not have a clear pathis abt life thy do th healthcare access for women? >> they call it a bill to codify roe v. wade but that is not what it does. it is a radical abortion bill that reflects were today's democrats are . >> reporter: protesting has been going on since one week ago. you can see the security measures in place. they went up this morning . there is more officers on the scene after the capitol riot on january 6. two-thirds
americans would like roe v. wade to stay in place. women are over concerned that roe v. wade would lead to restrictions on contraceptives. the next couple of days we are going to be curing rhetoric on capitol hill before the midterm elections coming up. back to you. >> thank you so much, anne. police in oakland investigated a deadly shooting in the east bay hills. a man was found with gunshot wounds near the grizzly peak boulevard overlook. they are trying to establish what letter to the shng. authorities are withholding his name until his family is notified. three people were hurt in alameda. at least one of them was severely burned and this is on
when the best avenue. a house fire in san jose caused hundred students power. it was burning in a neighborhood off of the blossom hill exit witnesses could see smoke from the freeway. pg&e shut off the power last night. we have learned the names of the people who died in a plane crash on friday near the golden gate bridge. michael briare and jennifer lyn fox were both from sacramento. they are still looking into how it happened. let's take a live look at wall street. the dow jones is down more than 450 points right now. gas prices are approaching record high and this is
according to the price spikes are driven in part by oil supply disruption linked to the war in ukraine. the russian military paraded through red square to commemorate the end of world war ii. ukrainian officials say at least 60 people were killed in the bombing of a school yesterday. today president biden will sign a bill enabling the united states to lend weapons to ukraine. reported ian lee has the story from london. >> reporter: ukrainian
president volodymyr zelenskyy hosted world leaders in kyiv. one of the iconic pieces went on the auction block last week . byreside volodymyr tems signed zelenskyy is here. >> reporter: boris johnson kicked off the event, setting the opening price d ha fell at more an vody zelenskyy has been looking for donations to fight russia . and as the war goes on, volodymyr zelenskyy has shown he is willing to do whatever it takes
to ensure victory. >> other items include toys donated by his wife and a guided tour of kyiv . today back here in the bay area, and san francisco is getting ready for a benefit concert to help ukraine. today president biden is starting a partnership with internet providers aimed at reducing cost for low income households. they have committed to take part and the administrations of the program will improve access to high-speed internet for 48 million households. eligible americans can sign up on a website called getinternet.gov . today speaking at this park
was parents and providers demanding state and federal officials take accident action. many end up leaving the field entirely. a union wants a statewide mandate for livable wages and healthcare benefits. >> these are the basics. it is not too much to ask for. we deserve it. >> the union said a shortage of providers forces mothers to delay returning to the workforce. it was part of a national porsche called a day without childcare. the first physical store today opened for meta. customers can shop all meta products and there's a lot of things happening . you can learn how to make video calls
to retail workers with the meta portal and explore the world of virtual reality. i live look at the chase center . they are up right now and ghjuring his right knee. jordan poole grabbed the knee, and they felt that he crossed the line. >> you know the code. >> it is not a joking matter . >> i do not think that there is anything to talk about. what jordan poole did was just going for the ball. >> we have a basketball game to win . now to an adorable update
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may is mental health awareness month. it is much different than a simple cold, but often when our mind is sick there is a stigma attached to it and justin andrews shares. >> reporter: at union square in san francisco, this is posted on the building. if you never search inside, you will never find the personal stylist la-quan x . >> when someone feels good,
they present themselves differently in the world. >> reporter: for 10 years, la- quan has been changing the image of men, helping them search for the perfect look. when covid-19 hit, la-quan realized had to look on the inside. >> something had to give. >> reporter: for two years la- quan and his therapist have been styling his mental health to make sure it is buttoned up. >> there is trauma from childhood i haven't addressed. >> reporter: dr. bedford palmer is helping clients do this also . >> i often see people that are primarily black men.
>> reporter: there is a stigma around black men and mental health and less emphasis should be placed on the seeking therapy and focus on the why. >> there is a lot of messages that say black men are lacking in some way . >> reporter: for decades they have been mentally and physically abused by society. it gets internalized. it is not surprising to him black men harbor feelings of mistrust. >> we are supposed to pick ourselves up. >> reporter: he has no problem sharing his story. >> just knowing who la-quan is . >> reporter: no matter how good he makes his clients look on the outside , the real image is
making sure minds are mended. that is his peace of mind. i am justin andrews, kpix 5 . >> dr. bedford palmer said they were with talk about this the more we shatter the stigma. this is a view from the top of the mark hopkins and it shows you an example of how unique the weather is for us right now. we do not get this often around here, but because we have a storm coming, yes they are bringing rain. the bull's-eye is in the heart of santa rosa. this is right at the intersection of town. we have been watching this across
the northeast side coming right in to the heart of santa rosa. it is certainly going to be noticeable rain. it is just one example of what any other location could experience not only today but all of the way through tomorrow. because these systems will come through sporadically, and a location could see one of them develop. we do not get a lot of rain total from the's, but if you happen to get one of the cells over you, it will keep snowing in the sierra. it will snow as low as 5,000 feet . this is going to have a
issue for the drive. anybody traveling in the sierra will encounter slowdowns . there is going to be so many people who had no clue they needed to be prepared for a foot of snow. there will be enough obstacles on the road. temperatures are in the upper 50s. the daytime highs go into the low 60s to with the sunrise and sunset. we will get one more day like this and we will start to warm up with the daytime highs that claim up near 90 on saturday. classic spring whiplash. >> all of the things. >> thank you so much, darren. coming up next on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area , nurs
recognize the role millions of the nurses play. >> this is true for one young man who said a nurse not only saved his life from cancer but helps give a new focus. >> reporter: when maxwell jones was 19 years old, he got a medical diagnosis he did not expect, acute lymphoblastic leukemia. he started treatment at the oncology unit in orlando and his freshman year of college came to a halt. he had already been considering a career in nursing. >> i always wanted to care for people. >> reporter: he decided to learn everything he could from those caring for him.
>> he was always asking what are you doing? can you teach me how to do this? >> i was something was really special about delaney. >> reporter: delaney and his other nurses cheered him on through a bone marrow transplant and now at age 23 he is cancer free and is studying nursing at the university of central florida. he returned for training as a student. >> with my experiences with my nurses, i changed my mind and wanted to go into children's oncology. >> reporter: he got a surprise visit from delaney . >> he will do fantastic. >> there is always something i can bring back that they taught me. i think i will carry it throughout my career. >> reporter: mentorships that i've changed his life . bradley blackburn, cbs news, new york. >> united states has 4 million
isolated shower. it is the same tomorrow and then we are done with a nice warm up into the weekend. >> thank you so much, darren. breaking barriers with this latest toy is hot wheels with its first ever remote- controlled wheelchair toy . it was made to mimic the movement of a wheelchair motocross champion. you can get it right now on amazon.
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