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golden state warriors. good morning. we are following developing news this morning out of dublin. we are live there. you can see the sheriff's vehicle still on the scene. police are investigating a deadly police shooting. it happened yesterday afternoon and we're going to have more on the call to police that may have led to this deadly confrontation. it is monday, may 5th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. everything is cool about steve paulson. >> oh yes. he is cool. we do have a lot of cloud cover over us. some rain to the north. definitely keep an eye on the sky here. for us it will be a much cooler and breezy day. 47 in santa rosa.
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10 warmer for many locations. our system is right there and it's making a beeline toward reno and tahoe and truckee. clouds, breezy. a few showers possible to the north. i don't think here but we won't rule out a possibility maybe. i think that would be the southern extent of it. 50s and 60s or very low 70s. here is sal.  all right, steve, good morning. right now on this monday we are not doing too poorly. i want to show you the east shore freeway. that drive that a lot of people make is taking about 18 minutes now according to our computerized road sensors.
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actually they are cal tran sensors. let's move along and take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. here that traffic continues to look pretty good with no major problems. i mentioned a problem and that would be on the san mateo bridge. and the end of the san mateo bridge westbound 92. foster city boulevard they are clearing up an injury. still taking about ten minutes to drive across. let's go back to the desk. we are starting with developing news from the east bay. the investigation goes on into a deadly police shooting in dublin. police say an 18-year-old threatened police officers with a baseball bat. tara moriarty is joining us live. you're at the home where that shooting occurred. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. the coroner took off 15 minutes ago. we also noticed crime scene lab technician leave a half hour ago after pouring over evidence from the scene. there is still a very large
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police presence here on dublin meadow street. you can see the alameda county sheriffs office has a mobile command unit. this shooting erupted last night while officers were responding to a domestic violence call. they were forced to shoot an -- the officers said he felt his life was in immediate danger and fired several rounds. paramedics arrived at the scene but they were unable to revive the man. typically in these sorts of cases the officer will be on paid administrative leave. the name of the 18-year-old has not been released. we have reached out to dublin police. we will let you know.
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the governor will speak at a memorial ceremony for officers and the list includes santa cruz police officers. they were shot and killed in february of last year while investigates a sexual complaint. >> but that is not all. frank also went out on patrol. he went inside an autopsy room and spent time with inmates in prison. protests are expected in front of one south bay school. janine de la vega is in morgan hill this morning with the actions some teenagers took three years ago that still has
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-- has anism pact on the school dead. >> reporter: a chain link fence has been put up around the school. school district officials are already here on campus. they they say they have security here. and there is a police patrol car already here. some of the parents told us they are not sending their kids to school today. this stems from an incident back in 2010 when four students wore american flag t-shirts on zip koa demicro-- cinco de mayo. in anticipation of cinco de mayo students have posted a
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video. they say the past is the past. >> we don't really i mean we don't really -- so i think it is our job to show the glide mead y the world, the community that we are over this. >> reporter: while the patriot group says they are supporting freedom of speech, there is conference violence may break out. a motorcycle club is planning an afternoon rally. blogs and posts may have gathered hatred. they are watching for the children. the patriots group says they don't want to disturb the students either. they just say they will have 50 demonstrators. so again we will just have to wait out here and see what happens. reporting live from morgan hill janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news.
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annual cinco de mayo celebration turned chaotic in san jose. police made several arrests last night. at one point a group of young people jumped a city bus and took over >> it but itens every year. >> many stores down early to prevent vandalism. the city of san leandro is preparing for its cinco de mayo celebration tonight. it's taking place at 6:00 on east 14th street. it is free to the public. expect lots of police in the bay area patrolling the streets and highways looking for drunk drivers on this cinco
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de mayo. for many it's a major party. in 2012 officials the advice from the police have a designated rider. you can get a free one-way ride for up to ten miles offered from $6:00 tonight until $-- by the way they are also giving free >> -- they are ending their exciting season after it came to a heartbreaking end saturday night with a game seven loss to the clippers. golden state first round loss
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is raises concerns about the job security of head coach jackson. >> what coach has gone through this year is like anything i have seen. just the amount of distractions and the circus that has been around him and the decisions he has to make. i love coach more than anything. i think for them hymn to be in -- i think for him to be under scrutiny. >> jackson has led the warriors to back to back winning seasons. team owner joe reportedly believes that warriors are often out coached and are losing games they should win. all year he said he will wait until after the season before making a decision about the final year of jackson's contract. >> very interesting, pam. a pilot dies in an air show crash. why everyone is talking about what happened after this crash and how this could effect the
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investigation. >> she's been missing for four days but was found clinging to life in the wreckage of her car. how she used an umbrella to improve her chances of survival. >> we are looking at a commute where traffic is still looking good here on interstate 880. if you are are taking the bridge you might want to hear something i will tell you before i make that trip. >> last week it was record highs this week it will be below normal temps. what about for here? i will take a look at cooler temps and show you how long it lasts.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. the team over seeing the search for the missing malaysian plane. experts will re-examine all the information. they say they want to make sure the hunt has been going on in the right place. the hope is that looking at all the data again could provide new clues to help find the plane. >> the ride of doom that is how passengers describe their experience after hitting a severe patch of turbulence. things got crazy shortly after taking off for orlando last night. >> we were climbing and then there was a huge drop.
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i saw the lady three rows in front of me she smashed her head all the way up to the plastic. the plastic was breaken and piece of hair was hanging out. >> 300 were on board that plane and six were hurt. the plane quickly turned around. the rescheduled flight made it on to florida. a colorado woman in critical condition after being trapped for days in the wreckage of her car. now she was reported missing four days ago. yesterday she was rescued. hikers spotted her upside down car. rescuers say she had written notes on an umbrella pleading for help. she held that umbrella outside the car hoping someone out on the highway would see it. firefighters say she was severely dehydrated and she is listed in critical condition. authorities are trying to
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identify the body discovered near ever stinson beach. they did manage to reach marin county first responders. the body was found close to highway 1. early reports indicate that the deceased was an adult male. autopsy is now planned. police in anita barbara are trying to figure out how a college student died. he was found early yesterday morning on the beach in an area known as ilavista. it's a town home to 2300 people. 60% are students. they are known for its partying and in recent months police say there have been multiple sexual assaults. the cause of her death is still under investigation. this could be the final day of testimony in the trial of a protestor accused of saulting law enforcement officers -- accused of assaulting law
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enforcement officers. this case is expected to go to the jury late today or early tomorrow. cairo faces the possibility of a year in jail if he is found guilty. the man hospitalized in indiana was the first u.s. case another mores virus continue time prove. the indiana health department is expected to hold a news conference later today to talk about his case. government health officials say no new cases have been reported. about 400 people have been effected with the virus since it was first reported in 2012. 100 of those people died. old toilets are being put to good use in colorado. the city of colorado springs is using them to build roads. the porcelain toilets are crushed into three quarter inch pieces and put into the road base. last year the the city recycled
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6600 toilets that produced 500,000 pounds of inexpensive, environmentally safe material for building roads. time is 5:16. sal, come on back. you ready to take care of the folks at the toll plaza? >> it's earlier. i would have thought of all kind of snappy. >> i was trying to move it past you. traffic is doing well in most areas. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza as you head out to the high-rise. if you ever think of stuff you want to tell me, something like that, just go ahead and send me a tweet. steve and i are on twitter all the time. let's take a look at 880 north and southbound. the traffic here looks good in both directions. i didn't give you a drive time
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for the bay bridge. it was less than eight minutes. and on the san mateo bridge westbound 92 foster city boulevard they are clearing an injury accident. still taking you 11 minutes to drive across that span. 5:18 let's go to steve. that is true sal. we're on twitter. but also on facebook. twitter is just instant. we have a couple things going on here. a lot of cloud cover over us. you can see a little bit of rain up on the coast here. not a lot but there is a little bit here. i was frying to hurry up and finish this graphic. napa was 70. san jose 71. on sunday. today 68, 68. so what you're saying there will be a lot of 68's today.
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that is correct. a lot of cloud cover over us and a little built of rain. crescent city, eureka. maybe northern humboldt county. 40s and 50s and 60s on the temp. the breeze has been picking up as well. napa airport 14 miles an hour. look for a breezy, blustery day. 46 in tahoe. they will see presip up in the sierra nevada. it will give some shower activity. that is the lowen. we will get the cooler and breezy. few showers possible to the north. mostly cloudy. partly sunny. below normal temps.
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light rain possible for us. i doubt it. but we might mention it for the north bay. 50s and 60s and very, very low 70s. windy and cool on tuesday. a little chilly wednesday morning and slowly we warm up. slowly i turn. google is expanding its express shopping service to two more major u.s. markets. people in west los angeles and on the east coast canrder from target, walgreens, staples, and get same day delivery. it is going to cost more to ship packages using fedex trucks starting next month. they will add a 3% fuel charge to all ground deliveries in the u.s., dan dark puerto rico and -- u.s., port reno and the u.s. virgin islands. a passenger stabbed on a
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part train. >> reckless drivers busted out even realizing it. ktvu news goes along with a highway patrol.
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welcome back. the president of nigeria promising to rescue more than 200 schoolgirls that are
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abducted by militants last month. 53 girls were able to escape. the president has criticized the girl's parents saying they are not cooperating fully with the police. thousands of people from los angeles toluene don held up signs reading ringbackourgirls. british police planning to dig in and around a resort in portugal. a team of forensic officers will use radar equipment searching for clues. it's the case that caused tension between british and portuguese police. this weekend was the seventh anniversary of her disappearance.
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her parents that were possible suspects have maintained their daughter is still alive. highway patrol is making a difference on the bay area freeway after flying several thousand feet in the air. it covers all nine bay area counties with freeways and highways spanning across 6900 square miles. the helicopters typically fly at 800 feet and go about 90 miles an hour. >> we are looking for the people who are doing dangerous things. >> the air units are equipped with sophisticated cameras that allow officers to zoom in an drivers without them realizing it. they recently busted a motorcyclist that was traveling up to 100 miles an hour. time is 5:25. international group encouraging everybody including you turn off computers, cell phones, and game consuls this week.
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this is screen free week. according to the campaign for commercial free childhood. the group says people should spend the next several days playing, writing, reads and connecting with nature. the group says they do say it still should be used to stay on top of home work and your work of course. sheriffs deputies find themselves in adages situation. >> we believe the suspects were actively trying to kill and injure our deputies. >> why investigators say one of those suspects was especially dangerous. >> and a veteran stunt pilot is killed in a firey crash at an air show at travis air force base yesterday. we'll tell you about the maneuver that he was performing and how he's being remembered by his friends. >> good morning. right now we are looking at a commute that looks good on the san mateo bring.
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however if you get to the other side there may be something to watch for. >> we actually have some may showers to the north and east of us. if you don't have breeze yet, believe me it will pick up later. [doorbell rings]
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with an exclusive 9-speed transmission and 31 miles per gallon highway. so you can keep going. good morning to you. welcome back. we are following developing news for you. we are in dublin. police are investigating a
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deadly police shooting. stay tuned. we'll have more on the call that led to that deadly confrontation. it is monday morning, may 5th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. it's almost 5:30. let's check in with steve paulson. >> it is a little chilly. we do have a little bit of rain. our system is moving in, giving us mostly cloudy skies. you can see some of that rain. it looks like it's done. could get a few light showers out of this system. we will get cooler air and the breeze whether pick up. not a bad little breeze. some areas don't have much at all. others west at 15 at oakland. travis 13 miles an hour. even toward sf 12. it is there. this low is on its way to the sierra, nevada. as it does it will pick up the wind tonight. a much cooler pattern here.
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few showers to the north. definitely up in the sierra nevada. upper 50s and 60s for many. i was just yelling at my producer. there is a big problem on bart. i might as well yell it to you. just got off the phone with bart dispatcher and there is a big delay on bart. there is a problem in the trackway in the downtown oakland station between 12th and lake merit. 30 minute delays and judging by the conversation i just had with my dispatcher friend, it didn't sound that promises. so we will get on top of this. the bay bridge we are looking at right now may be effected by this. if you are just waking up, stay with us. we are all over this.
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let's take a look at interstate 880. the traffic is moving along well in both directions. if you are driving across the san mateo bridge, there was an earlier crash. it's caused a minor delay off the san mateo bridge. i wouldn't call it a huge problem but i think you should know it's there. let's go back to the desk. a veteran stunt pilot died after crashing add an air show. now the response time by emergency crews is being questioned after witnesses say it took about five minutes for them to reach that crash site. the pilot has been identified as 77-year-old eddie andreini and he has been flies -- flying since he was 16 years old. alex savidge is joining us from half-moon bay where the pilot was.
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>> reporter: this long-time stunt pie lot ran this air show business behind me here in half- moon bay alistening with his family. 77-year-old eddie andreini has been performing in air shows for nearly half of his life. he was flying upside down and low. as you can see from this video. when his plane hit the ground and skidded in front of a stunned crowd. the plane eventually burst into flames with andreini still inside of it. friends of the pilot say he had been flying since he was 16 years old and performed in more than 1,000 air shows. he was a skilled pie lot and beyond that a great guy. >> just the nicest guy in the world. generous. loved aviation with a passion.
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>> reporter: this is youtube video from a sacramento air show two years ago when she was performing the same maneuver that led to yesterday's deadly crash. in a trick a knife is attached to the tail of the plane and slices a ribbon that is held 20 feet above the airway. it took five minutes for first responders to reach the plane and in that time the fire spread quickly. so some they are questioning the response time yesterday at the air force base. they are investigating the cause of the crash. we are live at half-moon bay alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> this comes one week after a small plane crashed. that pilot also killed in the crash. investigators say he was flying alongside another plane when the two collided in midair. both planes were returning from
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an air show in half-moon bay. the pilot has been identified. last year ten air show accidents were reported. the deadliest was in recent history happened at the reno air races in 2011. 11 people including the pilot were killed when he lost control of the plane and crashed into the crowd. now we have more coverage on our website at we have posted the latest information under the top story tab. we are following developing news from the east bay. new investigation from a deadly police shooting in dublin. an 18-year-old threatened police officers with a baseball bat. tara moriarty is joining us live from the home where this happened. and you just talked to a family friend. >> reporter: yeah we spoke to the boyfriend of the suspect
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sister and he says the suspect was an 18-year-old who was a senior at a nearby high school. now all of this happened last night shortly after 6:00 at an apartment on dublin meadow street when officers were responding to a domestic violence call. they were forced to shoot and kill the 18-year-old after he attacked an officer with a baseball bat. now he says the suspect was on his knees and just grabbed a yellow aluminum baseball bat when the officer shot him five times. police says it appears he physically assaulted his mother before he was called to the
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home. the name of the 18-year-old has not been released. he says that perhaps they could be updating us on this case a little later this morning. live in dublin i'm tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. three suspects in the alameda county jail they are accused of brutally beating two sheriffs deputies. the suspects are facing felony charges. the deputies were viciously attacked when they tried to break up a fight. one of the suspects is trained in the marital arts. he tried to strangle one deputy and turned to the other deputy and smashed him several times in the face. >> he's in serious condition with severe facial fractures. >> the other sheriffs deputy was treated for less severe injuries to his face and body.
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berkeley city council plans to take up the issue of police and tasers. it comes just weeks after a berkeley police officer was beaten unconscious. thics accident could have been prevent -- the incident could have been prevented if the officer had a taser. at tomorrow night's meeting they will ask the city manager to re-examine the impact of police having tasers. some have expressed concerns that the police would use the tasers inappropriately. time is 5:38. taking you live to a live oak high school in morgan hill. this is live pictures. in the past 30 minutes a banner has been put up. it reads united at the roots. we are all different branches of the same tree. the reason for so sign that group plans to protest the 2010 demonstration at the school when a group of students wore t-
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shirts on cinco de mayo which is today. the school administration ordered them to turn the shirts inside out saying they were worried about racial tensions. federal appeals court recently sided with the school. ktvu janine de la vega is out there now. she'll have more on that video coming up at 6:00. just one hour ago we talked to bart police about a stabbing on board of a train passing through oakland last night. one bart passenger stabbed another in the arm. police stopped the train at the san leandro bart station to look for the attacker but apparently he got off the train at another station. police say they still don't know if this was a random attack or if the attack was
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targeted. target ceo has stepped down almost five months after a security breach that effected 90 million target customers. the ceo greg has agreed to step down effective immediately. he's also said he will resign from target's board of directors. target has appointed john medical began as the interim ceo. tickets go on sale for paul mccartney. he will return to the place where the beatles played their last concert back in 1966. tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m.. it is the last stop on mccartney's out there tour. a battle over a beach. coming up in 20 minutes the next legal step taking place today in a case that puts private property rights against public access to california's
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coastline. >> a circus act gone awry. the disturbing accident. >> we still have major bart problems. ly come back and ex-- i will come back and explain what is going on. it's a problem in oakland. >> last week it was all record highs and 90-degree temps. today we are starting off very cool. in fact upper 60s for many.
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welcome back. 6.0 earthquake hit japan.
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some of them fell as that quake hit. but it doesn't appear it caused my major damage. that kuwait struck in the ocean about 60 miles south -- that quake struck in the ocean about 60 miles southwest of tokyo. and in another 6.0 magnitude quake struck just outside -- hit thailand. this one was centered in the northern part of thailand. they also felt it in the capitol of bangkok. at least three performers remain in critical condition following a circus accident that happened right in front of an audience full of children. we want to warn you that the video you're about to see is pretty graphic. it happened yesterday at a ringling brothers and b numb and bill -- barnum and bailey circus performance.
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they were performing an acrobatic performance when it collapsed. this is cell phone video taken from the performance. they suffered injuries ranging from head wounds to broken bones. >> at first i thought it was the act. they were doing acrobat with their hair. >> hopefully they are all right. >> authorities are trying to determine wham caused that -- trying to determine what caused that support frame to collapse. it's unclear what will happen to the rest of the tour. investigators in vallejo say a fire in a converted garage is suspicious. this was reported about 6:00 yesterday morning at a home on lincoln road. firefighters say the garage had been converted into a living space but we don't know how many people were staying there.
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officials say it appears the fire was started by flammable liquids. so far they haven't been able to contact the property owner. we are told no one was hurt. a fast moving wild fire is -- strong winds still pushing the flames at this hour. firefighters say at least one man is dead. he refused to follow ordered to evacuate near that town of guthrie. the fire has already burned more than four square miles. the organizers of the strawberry music festival are urging the city of san francisco to allow the popular event to return this fall. last years festival was canceled to the devastating rim
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fire. organizers are calling on the public to support their campaign to change the city's mind and allow the festival to take place. time is 5:47. alarming government report that will be released this week says extreme weather events may become more common. the global climate change is real and already happening. human activity most notably the burning of fossil fuels is causing temperatures to go up. they believe temperatures could rise by as much as ten degrees by the year 2100. drought conditions could get worse leading to more wild fires and water resources becoming more scarce. this is just some of the findings. we have a lot more on this.
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the report is right now a draft. the white house will release the final version this week. and ktvu chief meteorologist bill martin will be in washington for the release of that report. bill will be the only -- to as well as our current drought in wild fire concerns. bill's one on one interview with president obama will air wednesday night on ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 and 6:00 as well as on the 10:00 news. right now it's 5:48. we want to check back in with sal. so far it has been pretty quiet. grit has been. we have a bart problem. the that train is coming across here. have to switch to the fremont
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line or they go the other way. that switch is not working properly. this is primarily effecting the fremont line but will also effect all the other lines because of the switch again. the switch is right in this area between 12th and lake merit. it will mean big delays for the bart system. we have a reporter on the way. let's take a look at live pictures now. actually i'm going to move this back here to highway 24. thank you very much. highway 24 between pleasant hill road and the caldecott tunnel still an eight minute drive. with the bart situation we may see driving today. traffic is backed up a little bit early as you might expect
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here. it's backed up for an eightmy drive. we have mostly cloudy skies. this may be a cooler day. this may be a rare may day. a little bit of rain up on the north coast. if you don't have a breeze yet, you probably had one over the weekend. if you don't it will pick up. cooler and breezy forecast. i don't think it will make it past mendocino county or lake county. today i'm thinking 68 looks pretty good. well, yeah, they are. you can see a little bit of rain there. moving in through the north. 40s and 50s on the temps.
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a little breeze for some. a little chill in the morning air there. higher clouds associated with this system will leave the area in the morning. but then the low dives in. and goes over the sierra nevada. and that will really pick up the -- the wind picks up tonight into tomorrow morning and temperatures staying below normal here for a little bit. a lot of clouds in the morning and then partly sunny and partly cloudy. so this might be if not today thin it will be tomorrow. we have temperatures really struggling to get in the upper 50s and 60s. pfizer has been trying to
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welcome back. it's 5:55. richmond police are investigating the city's second homicide in two days. the latest happened at 6:00 last night. police responded to reports of gunfires at virginia avenue and south 12et street. one person died at the scene. another gunshot victim showed up at the hospital.
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investigators believe the shooting was triggered by a neighborhood dispute. massive statewide man hunt goes on for a cal fire battalion chief suspected of killing husband fiance. they believe he stabbed and strangled sarah doug last last thursday in sacramento. reportedly they had been fighting. fleming left the scene in a cal fire truck. it was later found abandoned. he is believed to be armed and may have several weapons. police in daily city are trying to determine what sparked a fire in a -- about 6:00 last night. the flames set off ammunition inside the car. now both the officer and the suspect who was handcuffed were not hurt. three sacramento teenagers accused of stealing a comic
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bookstores flint mobile accepted an unusual punishment. he -- imtoday he put the team to work. the comic become steer opener say. protest expected in morgan hill today over a cinco de mayo incident over two years ago. >> good morning. right now we are looking at a commute that is evented on the reds and also on the rails there is a problem with bart. i got the latest. we'll tell you more on what is happening with that system. >> mostly cloudy here this morning. we have a weak system coming
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popular bay area stunt pilot killed in a firey crash yesterday. we are tell you how he is being remembered by his friends. >> the right to wear an american flag t-shirt on cinco de mayo has started protest at a high school. >> we have problems on bart. i will tell you why a problem with the oakland trackway has caused significant delays and just got off the phone with dispatchers. i will tell you what they just said. >> a police shooting in dublin. what led them to kill a high school student. and new details we are learning about that teenager. good morning. we are live in morgan hill this morning where it is expected to be pretty busy. dualing protests are planned. it's all becae


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