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yesterday we interviewed chavez and matt and you can catch their interviews on them on the front page of kpix.com. >> today kpix 7 sits down with two current members of san jose city council who are looking for a promotion to the mayor's office. raul and davis. >> are youal's political career was born in a moment of crisis. during the great recession and the ensuing budget melt down, polaris was pink slipped, notified that he might be out of a job. >> i got a notice of intended termination from the city of san jose, and it was a rude aw awakening. i may have not a job pretty soon here. >> reporter: but ultimately spared the budget cuts and l layoffs but he had already begun to think about a new career this time in politics. he want to be the guy to shape policy and set budget priorities
rather than gobeth mercy those decisions made by out-of-touch politicians. >> i did not see many people that reflected my values and my personal story. i've been a life-long resident here in san jose and come from a humble hard-working family. ip he was elected to the city council in 2014. two years later, he was joined by deb davis, who had had a spectacular political awakening. a fiscal conservative, davis believes that economic development and community services all have to be in balance from government to worker work for citizens. >> he we can have a safe and cl city but we can only be safe and clean when we're thriving. we have to clean up our streets. we have to get our homeless housed and get them the help they need. >> reporter: davis she will bring that practicgmatism to ads
some of the city's most pressing problems like homelessness, which she requires needs extending panding and tough love, too. >> it's not okay to be in our parks along our trails, our public places need to be pu publicly accessible. >> reporter: like davis, polaris rejects the idea that the city's next mayor will be the one to solve the homeless crisis and said that's a politician's empty promise but he thinks the government has a role of re reversing the suffering caused by home homelessness. >> none of us are going to solve it. it we're not going to be able to house 7,000 people here is inn the city of san jose, especially when we know that that same number of people year over year have entered homeless l homelessness. >> they chose a life of public
service, both in their second terms and have years of on- on-the-job experience under their belt and hope that voters will give them a promotion to the mayor's office. ? san jose, kpix 5. we'll be profile the last group of candidates tomorrow. stay with kpix for complete coverage of all the big issues leading up to the june primary. >> the mayor calling for changes to the city oversight procedures following investigations of some city employees. arrested and charged for separate misconduct incidents. the san jose police department was actively investigating both cases however each employee continued to work. one of them was police officer matthew dominguez and facing allegations of sexual battery and was reported to internal affairs but dominguetes was still on active duty and he has since been placed on paid leave. the other city employee was
william jerry, a former code enforcement inspector and recently sentenced to 35 years in prison for bribery, extortion and sexual assault and says some of the alleged crimes occurred on the job. >> and it was particularly d disconcerting about both of these episodes is the fact that in each case city employees continued to serve in pub public-facing roles after someone in the city became aware of the nature of this conduct. >> reporter: the mayor says he's calling for a full review from the independent police auditor and a report from the city manager and also says the police chief is expected to come up with a proposal for action in the next few days. california's department of justice now investigating a police shooting in which two men died in san francisco. the chronicle reports that officers responded to a reported assault with a knife and shot both the suspect and the unarmed
victim of the attack. both men died after the incident in the dog patch neighborhood last week but police have not clarified whether both were killed by an officer's bullet. there is uncertainty which makes it qualify for an investigation. california's attorney general is targeting ghost guns in a new lawsuit with san francisco d.a. chasea budin. they're asking for a judge for a preliminary injunction to halt the sales. the retailers involved m d x corporation, gs performance and black hawk manufacturing. a hearing on the injunction is set for july. new details on the deadly traffic collision in san francisco. we're learning the names of the two victims killed. 31-year-old willa henderson and 72-year-old mayry henderson fro vero beach, florida. they were struck and killed by a taxicab yesterday. police say the taxi crashed into
at car causing the cab to smash into them. two other people were also injured. the police releasing details on what they believe is a man responsible for a deadly s stabbing at a bus stop. that suspect is a 56-year-old transient man. it was sparked by an alte altercation. police say the suspect has been linked with other at least two other stabbings. president biden's new warning to china if it attacks taiwan. how the white house is d downplaying an apparent shift in policy. >> and the fienal good-bye to a old school part of new york city. b the new questions and possible motive for the murder and what a family wants the public to know. kpix 5 news at 6:00 is com
go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. b[ bell rings ] wall street's starting out the week with a comeback after big recent selloffs. the dow gained more than 600 points today. the nasdaq was up 180 and the s&p was up 72. a federal peals court is being asked to low the biden administration to require that federal employees get the covid vaccine. the president issued the order back in september. a lower court blocked the m mandate that was overturned by a panel of the fifth u.s. circuit court. opponents are asking the court to heari new arguments.
>> president biden says the u.s. is prepared to defend taiwan if china attacks. his comments to could signal a policy shift. the u.s. has policy a one china policy but not endorsing be beigeing's position that the island nation of taiwan should be governed by china. today in tokyo the president was asked if the u.s. would be willing to use military force to defend taiwan if china tries to take the island by force. >> yes. that's a commitment we made. look, here is the situation. we agree with a one -china poliy and all the attendant agreements made eded from there. but the idea that it could be taken by force, just taken by force is just not appropriate. >> the white house later tried to explain that u.s. policy has not changed and said the president committed to provide taiwan with the military means to defend itself. around 20 more countries are
pledging assistance to ukraine. the u.s. defense secretary is calling a meeting with international defense leaders highly successful. >> we're intensifying our efforts and moving forward we'll continue to deepen our co coordination and cooperation so that ukraine can sustain and strengthen its battlefield operations. >> intense fighting continues in eastern ukraine, the second largest city faces renewed shelling. there are concern that russian forces could launch an offensive there days after ukraine's military regained control. a russian 21-year-old soldier was sentenced to life in prison. in ukraine's first war crimes trial since the invasion began and while it is still happening. he pleaded guilty to shooting and killing an unarmed civilian, saying he was following orders. starbucks announce eed it wl join other major companies, including mcdonald's? pulling out of russia com completely. >> the end of an era new york
city just removed its last public pay phone. the pay phone was in midtown manhattan. the city has been slowly replace the pay phones with wi-fi hot spots, a cakiosks equipped with charging stations and provide free domestic phone calls. >> in dallas, i think it's time to take you for a ride. what kind a ride am i talking about? well, let's just show su a little bit of what's in store. b coming up on the cbs news news, almost 80,000 pounds of formula arrivedere in the u.s. to help alleviate the baby f formula shortage as america's largest city declares a state of emergency over the crisis. that and more news tonight here on t
as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller. since luka doncic spent his time. >> that includes none other than verne glenn, who got out and explored on the off day. verne, how was it? >> we're back at collide warren park in the art district of dallas, and for as much attention as the cowboys get, did you know that the share of those who contributed to the growth and the development of the west are coy girls? in fact, there is a shrine to
these great women about 40 minutes way in fort worth. >> you are just so excited about coming. i mean, i'm not sure that we could have said no. >> idea for the national coy girl museum hall of fame started in 1975 in texas and this building was built in 2002. a lot of women got tired of all the cowboys getting the recognition and so there was a museum in oklahoma, and we said hey, why not one for coy girls? >> well, they do the heavy l lifting. >> that's right they do. >> this particular case is all about anny oakley. this is one of her shotguns. >> stand still. thank you. >> looks like you're about to smack the horse. >> it looks ike i'm as tall as this horse. >> in case you might have heard of a little game of thrones, this is john snow's saddle.
that would be kit harrington's saddle. she was here last year. of course, that's signature pink guitar of hers. you'll notice some exkquisite saddles thon particular island. this one has got about 7,000 rine stones in it. >> just the kind of saddle. >> exactly. >> look at the little tpony. >> that's what we want to get you on. >> ride the bronc. let's go. ♪ holy smokes. whoa. >> when it says three to one start, you're going to need to do actual movements. >> there we go. >> a lot of movement. >> come on, trigger. come on. >> 1953. >> how many times have you r ridden that thing? >> a lot.
a lot. >> i bet. >> that just barely skrachds the surface of this museum and hall of fame. very special thanks to diana vala, who you saw in that piece and on their day off. they had us down and gave us a nice guided tour. i strongly suggest you visit next time you are deep in the heart of texas in the dallas area. we've got some more sports coming up in the next hour. what a departure. >> verne was giving his parade float wave. it was -- i don't know. not quite a natural but we'll give it another go maybe next time. >> giddy-up. >> come on, man. you have to go like that. >> verne, thanks. we love you, man. have a good time out there. >> let's check in with brian hack knee in for paul. giddy-up, brian. >> a lifetime of reporter and no
exception out there in dallas. as we got the heat on in the bay area the next couple of days are going to be warm and it's going to get us into cautionary territory with regard to temperatures as things heat up over the next couple of days and the warmer spots inland will be 100. the waermest spots would be in the mid-90s but that's still enough to get us into the territhe cautious about the elderly and all of that sort of things and pets, of course and you'll notice by thursday things begin to cool down. so for two days we've got some problems in the bay area. high pressure that's in the eastern pacific will dominate temperatures inland. warmer spots will be near 100 degrees. today san jose was well offit record of 99. in liver mmore was 88. record is 101. tomorrow will be 95. right now across the bay area san jose is looking pretty good
with blue kais. the bridge standing proudly and boldly since it opened ion november 12, 1936n concord right now it's 89 degrees. in san francisco very mild and 67. a reminder red flags warnings posted in son oma county. wind gusts will be picking up. heat advisories and withed the admonition to drink plenty of water and at the moment it's why things haven't warmed up that much. drier direction and relative humid. and tomorrow morning will be in the 30% range. on the other hand it's not terrific. with the high temperatures in modest relative humidity.
highs will be near 100 inland through mid week and clouds to the rescue on thursday and everybody will cool down. overnight tonight it should be cool enough for you to sleep comfortably. it will be warm in the day time. south bay 94 at morgan hill. redwood city former home of the national weather service. they moved the service down to monterrey, where they work with the naval post graduate schools. tomorrow will be 95. up in the north bay it will be smokingn santa rosa 99 degrees and it will be 67 degrees. the coastline provides a little bit of a relief but for the next two days it's going to be warm, including lake port with
temperatures in the mid fooints in. there. even along the coast it will be balmy warm inland and a look at it in a more broad perspective will be near 100 degrees in the inland areas before thursday and friday. the clouds arrive to cool us down and that will be all way into the holiday weekend when numbers inland will be in the 70s. so there is relief in sight. numbers will be coming down eventually but buckle up. that's weather for news here is martin. coming up, a local pro cycle ist shot and killed. the searchi for a yoga instructr suspected of pulling the trigger and what we are learning about a possible motive. plus as the drought continues to get worse, could we see st statewide mandatory cutbacks? plus, they'ree eerie-looking an they've been spotted right here in the bay area. what we are learning about these
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they wrote it for themselves. i joined the district attorney's office to pursue justice for everyone. but like so many of my colleagues, i resigned in protest because chesa boudin interfered in every single case and failed to do his job. the office is absolutely in disarray right now. chesa dissolved my unit prosecuting car break-ins. now criminals flock to san francisco because there are no consequences. we can't wait. recall chesa boudin now. ♪ >> carnival san francisco returns this weekend and kpix is a proud sponsor.
the parade and festival were canceled during the pandemic, but the group that runs carnival quickly shifted gears and took on a new mission. >> they leaaunched a program that's still helping families today and chen on the impact of the mission food hub. >> but ter, milk. >> reporter: alberto perez recalls unloading huge boxes and bags of food. >> you can create a salsa with it. >> reporter: for needy families at the start of the pandemic. >> when the pandemic first s started, our community was very impact eed by it. >> reporter: thousands of people lined up for free groceries. >> bags of beans, rice. masa. >> reporter: alberto wasn't just a volunteer. his family was hurting, too. >> my mom lost her job at the pandemic. it was very hard for my family to provide. >> five adults in his household of seven lost their jobs. so after his volunteer shift, the 19-year-old would take home
federal budget food and vegetables to feed them and their neighbors. >> it was like coming here where a community can come together and help each other out. >> reporter: his ment or starte the mission food hub after getting numerous calls from families who were suddenly laid off and desperate to feed their families. >> food to me is sacred and i know the value of food having -- that's what we've done is we've given people hope that we're going to get through this pandemic. >> robert o got sponsors to shit their funds to the mission food hub. when the annual festival was canceled in 20 20 and he pa partnered with the latino task force to provide rental assistance, covid vaccines and
testing for low-income families in the mission district. >> that's right. >> alberto says the food and rental assistance saved his family from becoming homeless. >> you can either lose your home or you won't have the resources and it helped me and a lot of families not just on our mental health but keeping us nourished as well. >> reporter: and that focus on eating healthy inspired alberto. he start eed it his own small business last year. inorganic frisco drip. he makes nutritious cold-pressed juices using fresh produce from local farmers. >> he's making fresh juices and just to see him at an event selling his juices was lit me. oh, my god. >> reporter: thanks to the support of robert o and the mission food hub, alberta is now feeding the community in a f fresh, new way. in san francisco, sharon chen, kpix 5. and mission food hub
continues to feed about 9,000 families a week. >> it accepts location do donations towards groceries and pet food. jt sunday on cbs news bay area starting at 10:00. that's it for the news at 5:00. >> the news at 6:00 begins with allen martin and elizabeth cook. >> streaming, a local pro cy cyclist shot and killeds what we're learning about a possible motive and how friend are remembering the star athlete. >> they loved the sport clearly and she put herself into it 100%. >> she was just stokind and humble. >> the weather is not helpful and the conditions on the ground historically bad. what it's starting to look like at the beginning of fire season. >> and later it's a story that might make your skin crawl. the mysterious creature being described as a voracious feeder spotted right here in the bay area.
>> friends and family speaking out after the death of it an elite san francisco cycle ist. 25-year-old wilson was in texas for a race when she was shot by another woman. investigators say she and the suspect had recently been in a relationship with the same man. >> new at 6:00, kpix 5 sean t spoke to her friends and colleagues about how hope she'll be remembered. >> those that knew maria wilson say she truly enjoyed life and made the most out her time living here in here in san francisco. as a competitive cycle ist, tha was an inspiration to many and as a friend, she was that positive spirit you could always depend on. >> she was really something. >> she was such a good friend. >> anna wilson was quickly becoming one of the best a all-train cyclists in the country. >> i definitely recognize seeing another strong woman out there and i'm like i want to ride with them
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