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mind. >> tomorrow marks one year since a gunman opened fire at the vta railyard in san jose and killed nine coworkers. the city promised to take action. >> kpix 5's devin fehely reports on what changed and what still needs to be done to protect communities from gun violence. >> reporter: whenever there is a mass shooting anywhere in the country, and especially in your community, people have two questions. what caused it, and what could have been done to prevent it? or what can be done to prevent it from happening again? one day after the mass shooting in texas and nearly one year to the day after the vta shooting and real solutions that would make us significantly safer remain elusive. as the city of san jose prepares to mourn the nine lives that were ended, the countless lives of family, friends and coworkers who were upended by the city's deadliest mass shooting on record, vice mayor and chairman
jones a sobering effort to curb gun violence. >> i feel we're just as vulnerable today as we were last year. the question around whether we've done enough, the city is very limited in terms of what we can do. >> reporter: san jose city leaders haven't been idle. they passed a number of gun control measure, including requiring gun shop owners to record video and audio of purchases to discourage so-called straw sells. requiring gun owners to get liability insurance and pay an annual fee. and cracking down on owning and manufacturing and selling ghost guns. >> we do not need to live this way. we do not need to die that way. >> reporter: the city's gun control measures are a step in the right direction, but believes as long as we have a patchwork of state laws, ready access to firearms and gridlock in washington, we remain vulnerable. >> we all should be angry and sad. but we cannot give up hope. because we are making progress. this is not going to be fixed overnight. and we have to show up.
>> reporter: city leaders will show up tomorrow to mourn the dead as they take stock of the gun control measures born of this terrible tragedy. >> we get 100 ghost guns off the street, that's 100 less guns where criminals have access to. which is 100 less opportunities for them to cause harm. >> reporter: the gun liability insurance and the annual gun fee will take effect this august. in san jose, devin fehely, kpix 5. let's take a live look at the state capitol, where democrats are vowing to pass several gun control laws, including a bill that would allow private citizens to sue gun manufacturers. another would require school officials to report any perceived threat of a shooting to law enforcement and ban gun shows and firearms sales on state property. during the press conference, governor gavin newsom criticized texas governor greg abbott who says that california gun laws aren't effective.
>> but governor abbott just name-checked the state of california. i would caution him from doing that. particularly -- and you just go to the cdc website and look at that gun murder rate in 2020. there was 67% higher than the state of california in 2020. >> police in the bay area are increasing patrols around schools in the wake of the texas shooting. district leaders say this is being done out of an abundance of caution and not in response to any known threats. well, tonight a village legal be held in foster city in the wake of the mass shooting. it happened -- this is happening at the recreation center gaza bow in leo j. ryan memorial park at 7:30. and cbs evening news will have live coverage from texas coming up after the kpix news at 6:00. be sure to stay with us for latest developments on air, and streaming on cbs news bay area. in oakland, an investigation is under way after an offduty police officer was involved in a
shooting. it happened just before 9:30 this morning on 35th street, just a couple of blocks away from an elementary school. the school was placed on lockdown as a precaution. authorities say the offduty officer shot someone he believed was armed. details on what exactly led up to the shooting have still not been released. officers say they did locate a gun in that area. the person shot was taken to a hospital. new at six, marin county supervisors have unanimously approved a moratorium on short-term rentals in towns in west marin, and that includes the scenic stinson beach. john ramos on the effort to protect the fabric of those communities. >> reporter: online booking apps have made it easy to find a place to stay for a weekend getaway at small towns like stinson beach. but some say it's gotten too easy, and now the county has put the brakes on it. in coastal communities like stinson, there have always been people who would rent out their vacation homes when they weren't there. and the community has benefitted from the tourism.
but with the online apps, even modest cottages can command a much higher prices than if they were rented to full-time residents. so many of them now sit empty, waiting for weekend guests. that's drawn the attention of the board of supervisors. lonte housing, particularly on the coast has reached acritical point. more and more working families are being displaced. this over time caused the hollowing out of our coastal villages. >> reporter: some residents say that's already happened. margheret clayton operates the redwood house bed and breakfast. it only has three rooms. so she doesn't have much trouble filling the place. but she says it's the town itself being hurt. >> there is only one school now. they don't have the two schools. there aren't residents that live here anymore full time. it chajs it so it's not really a town anymore where people live, you know. and they have things going on. it's mother just like rental in and out. >> reporter: it's making it
almost impossible for people working here to find a place to live, from service workers at the restaurants to first responders. so the county enacted a moratorium on new short-term rental licenses, effective immediately, while they develop new regulations. but they sent out advance notice about it to property owners, and local rental agents say in the last two weeks, there has been a flood of applications for the licenses. >> and even two or three people i know who own properties here, don't have any intention of renting them went ahead and got their licenses any way just in case because who knows how long we'll be locked out. >> the issue is putting the town against property owners and passions are running high. but full-time resident john pasatta says it's more basic than that. >> it's not a question of passion. it's a question of survival. if you want to survive, you want to live in a community that has people that live in it.
>> reporter: in stinson beach, john ramos, kpix 5. on to first alert weather now. another really warm day across the bay area, but we did see a bit of a cooldown. >> i think the furnace has been turned off. or is going to be. >> yes, the atmospheric furnace will be in shutdown mode for the next few days. it's still hot for inland parts of the east bay be, the onshore wind is going to make a big difference. dropping us from the high temperatures that were well into the 90s for inland parts of the bay area. close to 20 degrees above average. san jose just a degree off today's record high. close to a record in santa rosa. concord did set a record of 99. and livermore of 102 degrees this afternoon. but tomorrow it's the combination of fog in the morning to slow down the warm-up. more cloud cover in the day to do the same farther up in the atmosphere. and that stronger onshore wind pushing temperatures back down to around where we should be this time of year. san jose is going to be one of the warmer spots at 80 degrees. that's where temperatures were at 9:00 a.m. for inland parts of the bay area today. big changes.
we're going to be even cooler for the holiday weekend. big details on that coming up. >> thank you. still ahead on kpix 5 and cbs news bay area, a new twist in the search for a woman suspected of killing a san francisco pro cyclist. where authorities believe she is. plus -- >> six years ago today, a solano teen vanished into thin air. today we take you to the fight from her sister bring her back home. and historic low water levels revealing sunken treasures in one reserv
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. the family of missing vallejo teenager pearl pinson is refusing to give up hope she will be found. this comes on the six-year anniversary of her disappearance. what they're doing to remind people of pearl, andheearch to help people bring her home. >> reporter: in chalk, the base of the pedestrianooatt fdg bri
vallejo, there is the name of pearl pinson. it was here six years ago today 15-year-old pearl, wearing her black and turquoise backpack, was abducted, never to be seen again. this year, like every year, her older sister rose comes out with family, hoping against hope to keep her face and name in people's minds, to bring her home. >> it's extremely hard, but i know i have to do it, because i have to be her voice. if it was switched the other way around, she would have done it for me too. >> reporter: pearl was last seen bleeding, being shoved into the trunk of a '97 saturn. a day later that saturn was in a chase through central and southern california. the driver, 19-year-old fernando castro, died in a shootout with law enforcement near solvang, but there was no sign of pearl, and no one left to question. her 21st was in december. >> she'd be goofy, want to go out to bars and clubs. >> reporter: while constantly
following up on leads for pearl, tragedy compounded for rose pinson. rose's husband, the father of her child andreas, was shot and killed. >> they both hurt because that's the two closest people i had. i know i'll find my sister. and his daddy is up there. >> rose who has remarkable blue eyes is the best thing to ever happen to her and constantly reminds her of pearl. >> he has her laugh, attitude just like herself, just like hers. >> reporter: rose says andreas pushes her to get out of bed every morning and fight for pearl, and fight for the slimmest possibility she can bring pearl home. >> she was always happy, no matter what. she seen the positive in all the negative stuff. it sucks not to have her here with us. especially see him grow up. be up i'm going continue to fight so he can one day meet his aunty. >> reporter: investigators here
in solano county say they continue to get tips about pearl to this day, and they refuse to let her case go cold. in vallejo, andria bosch with a, kpix 5. new details on an elite san francisco cyclist. they had her in custody for a moment but mistakenly released her. images of believed to be katelyn marie armstrong. this is her at the austin airport on may 14th. a murder warrant was issued for armstrong. she is accused of shooting bay area cyclist anna mariah wilson in austin on may 11. armstrong was mistakenly released from custody on the misdemeanor warrant because her date of birth did not match the date of birth on the warrant. >> police got a warrant for the search of her home and her boyfriend. they seized two handguns. one of the guns was used in the murder. people are being told to conserve water. some are now turning to recycled water to beat this drought.
at the brentwood recycled water filling station, people can fill up to 300 gallons of recycled water to take home, and many are using it for landscaping irrigation. but one homeowner has taken matters even further by building a recycling system in his own backyard. >> i basically when the drought was going to become serious, i decided i would act preventatively and start putting in a system. it's now time to transfer the tank into the big tanks in the backyard. so i have a special line that basically carries all the way to the back. >> well, the ongoing drought revealing sunken boats, shipwrecks. this is in lake mead. locals believe there are dozens more of these. the nation's largest reservoir at historically low levels. and it's not even just the absence of lake water.
the large amount of moisture in the terrain making the lake's muddy banks which look to be stable act more like quicksand. >> oh, wow, that is kind of eerie looking. we got a little bit of retoday. i saw the foggy coming in, and that's going to stick around. >> right around noon. all of the sudden it came up from monterey bay, and now it's been sneaking through the golden gate. it's going to spread out significantly as we head through the rest of night. cooler temperatures in store. just a return to normal levels is going to feel refreshing over the past couple of days for inland parts of the bay area. big picture pattern shows the storm system moving towards the pacific northwest. that system's approach helped to suck the surge up the coast towards the bay area. the fog combined with an onshore breeze and it means temperatures returning to or slightly below normal. another dry cold front is going to sneak through on saturday. the same parent storm system to the north just another rip until the atmosphere driving that unfortunately dry cold front through the bay area. outside chance of a sprinkle for
the north bay on saturday. do not adjust any outdoor plans based on that meager rain chance. from the mark hopkins hotel, there is the fog rolling through the golden gate. temperature still stands at 91 in concord. 88 in livermore. down to the low 80s in san jose. mid 70s in santa rosa. and the lower half of the 60s in oakland and san francisco. and the fog is going to continue to make its way farther and farther inland. look how far into the delta it extends. that's going to slow down the warm-up even from places like fairfield, pittsburgh, concord. once the fog dissipates, it's going back up towards the coast by late morning to midday. we're still going to have clouds farther up in the atmosphere, helping to slow down the warm-up through the rest of thursday afternoon. we start off mostly in the low to mid-50s, which is normal for this time of year. some of the warmer spots farther east order 60 degrees. some of the areas dropping to tupper 40s. but if you've been taking your dogs on short walks inland because of the hot temperatures, you can get them out and stretch their legs a little bit tomorrow.
we have haiku, pomo and bagel snuggled together in the bathtub, even though they don't appear to be wet. temperatures only to the low 70s in sebastopol. significantly cooler for inland parts telephone north bay tomorrow. you're going to have some of the thicker clouds keeping you even cooler than other inland parses of the bay area. temperatures only reached the up 50s along the coast. barely above 60 in san francisco. mid to upper 60s around oakland. farther south on the east side of the bay. up into the mid-70s around fremont. pretty wide range of temperature there's. around 80 in san jose. into the low 80s east of the diablo range and only low 70s for parts of the north bay. temperatures much closer to the usual spread of temperatures that we see in late may. the temperatures around the bay in san francisco and oakland don't change much as we head through the holiday weekend. just a bit more of a warm-up on monday for memorial day itself, it's going to be cool for the carniin carnaval parade. only warping up to the low 60s. san jose goes a much of a temperature roller coaster ride. so do other parts of the inland
bay area. from 80 in san jose to barely above 70 on sunday and climbing back up to the low to mid-80s tuesday, wednesday. other parts east bay and north bay, climbing farther into the 80s by next tuesday and wednesday. the coolest days will be the first two days of the holiday weekend. >> okay. >> but cool weather is still pretty pleasant. mid-70s inland. 60s by the bay. i think question handle that. >> perfect. >> it's what we expect for memorial day. >> the complaint department is closed for the holiday. >> exactly. thank you, paul. well, may is mental health awareness month. >> gianna franco hosted a conversation with several bay area health professionals to discuss the struggles experienced by so many. >> finding a therapist or counselor, let's be honest, can be a process. sometimes it can take weeks or months to get a referral and the costs can be sky-high. if you're not covered by insurance, what do you do if you can't find one? >> good question. our half-hour special takes a look at how the deal with difficult times as we are all in
things could not get much worse for the giants at approximately 10:15 last night. 15 hours latehe with a winning streak. life will come at you fast. joc pederson, he took pointers from barry bonds last night, proceeded to hit three homers, picked up right where he left off this safternoon. that is a two-run shot. giants up 5-0. peterson 10 rbis in his last two
games. right down the middle, he sends it on a ride into the beer garden. two-run shot for yaz. next up, evan longoria and a merry-go-round on the base pads. if it's fair, it's gone, and it is gone. second homer of the game for longo. giants up 9-0. this game was over. but check this out. walton skies it. jeff mcneil, ow. but he caught it. giants win 9-3. they'll start a ten-game road trip friday in cincinnati. christian looking to keep cool. top 4, seth brown downtown. goes yard off last year's cy young award winner robe ray. only second homer off a left-handed pitcher. did you know paul blackburn is now 1.70 after 5 1/3 shut-out
innings. top six now. elvis leaves the building. thank you, thank you. elvis andrus. his third home run of the season. that matches his total from all of last year. a's beat the mariners 4-2. they host a ten-game home stand tomorrow night. nfl, the raiders brought colin kaepernick in for a workout today, his first visit with a team since 2017. the former 49ers quarterback has not taken an nfl snap since '16. that was the year he started kneeling during the national anthem. the trip to the nba finals will have to wait another day for klay thompson and the warriors. the mavericks knocked down 23 last night to avoid a sweep and force a game five at chase center. nobody is more upset about coming back the san francisco than one charles barkley. >> i thought we were on vacation. >> we sure did. >> got to go home and get one of my cheap suits. i'm not wearing my good stuff in those dirty [ bleep ] san francisco. i got to go back to that hell hole called san francisco.
>> come on. >> san francisco. >> it's a great city, but all that dirtiness and homelessness. y'all got to clean that off the streets. >> easy now, chuck. the ball didn't just bounce the warriors way last night, i'd say. draymond green's free throw stuck on the green. they had nice laugh about it. radio broadcasters tim roye was stunned it wasn't a do-over. they had never seen that before. neither have i. a former secretary of state condoleezza rice cheering on stanford golf in scottsdale. rose zhang, she won the individual title on monday, sinks the winning putt in the final match of the day. the cardinal beat oregon to win their second national title in program history. good times right now in palo alto. the baseball team's rolling. we'll show you that coming up later at 11:00. and then the softball team still alive as well. >> awesome. stanford is doing fantastic. >> nice to be on the peninsula. >> thanks, charlie. up next, why you could be seeing mor
fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits 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.
california is getting some new cold-blooded neighbors you might want the stay way from. >> according to the joint university study, the california rattlesnake is the fastest growing animal population, and the reason? climate change. rattlesnakes love the state's increasingly hot climate and are able to change their own body temperature to suit their surroundings. >> wait, what's that noise? >> oh! >> why didn't we hear the rattle? that the thing you want to know about. >> yes. and you want to hear that. you want toe make sure you know that sounds like if you're going on these hikes. >> go the other direction. >> yeah, just stay out of their way. i think they try to avoid you too. they're not looking for you either. but you can see they can really camouflage. there it is. row can sort of hear it.
>> dokoupil: tonight, we're at the scene of the second- deadliest school shooting in american history, as we learn more about the victims-- 19 elementary school students, and their beloved teachers. a texas community in mourning, as the governor says the gunman warned of his plan a half-hour before the attack. tonight, the fast-moving development in the investigation, and the remaining quons toght, including what was the shooter's motive? the desperate search for answers-- parents forced to wait hours, dropping their kids off in the morning, later giving d.n.a. samples to identify loved ones. remembering the victims. treasuring the memories of the 19 innocent children and two teachers killed in yet another mass shooting in america. gun violence epidemic: the staggering numbers of deaths and school shootings in the