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suspects are considered armed and dangerous. anne makovec is there with the latest. >> reporter: there are a few neighborhoods in here right now under heavy police presence, as police try to find these five armed robbers. four men and one woman all considered armed and dangerous. s.w.a.t. teams from four different agencies spent the day going door to door looking for armed robbery suspects responsible for three home invasions. they happened at around 3 am this morning in petaluma on verjeana drive. >> it sounds like these suspects when in kicking doors, tied up on person, pistol- whipped them, looking for marijuana. none of the three homes were selling or growing in any way. >> reporter: five of the suspects took off in a van which they stopped at 101 and san marin. one man was arrested and four ran away. several guns were found in that van and another group of suspects was found in a nevada
costco. three other people were arrested and one got away. several of the suspects are from north carolina. the sheriff's spokesperson says it's part of a trend of black market pot. >> it's cheap and easy to get. there is a lot of it, and they can rip it off here in california and take it across state lines and sell it in different states where it's illegal and make 2 to 3 times the profit. >> reporter: we did speak briefly with the victims of the home invasions this morning. they were obviously very shaken up and didn't want to go on camera. they said they didn't have any pot there but they say there was a grow operation on that property several months ago within the last year, so perhaps these robbers had some bad information. again, five armed robbery suspects still loose this hour. anne makovec, kpix 5.
the east trains are back up and running in fremont after a several hour delay after a fatal collision. according to the agency, a train hit a truck around 6 am between the fremont and great america stations. the person died in that incident but it is unclear why the car was on the tracks . an investigation is underway into a deadly police shooting in oakland just a couple of blocks from the macarthur d.a.r.t. station -- b.a.r.t. stations. >> [ sound of gunfire ] >> reporter: the sound of at least 10 gunshots captioned -- captured in cell phone video. police say the man had a handgun and wouldn't listen to officer's commands before police shot and killed him. >> some time had passed and officers made announcements. it was some time during this course when officers discharge their firearms. >> reporter: oakland police say the robbers went a few blocks from the macarthur bart station around 6 pm.
after a resident called for help saying a man was on the hand. firefighters arrived and found the man had a handgun so they set up a perimeter. >> four officers were involved, none of them were hurt. there was an individual who was shot and killed. >> reporter: the man was shot in this alleyway between two homes. police have not released the man's name and it's unclear if he lived in the neighborhood but some residents tell me they are not surprised the shooting happened here. denis suarez says he has seen his share of shootings and crime in this community of some million dollar homes. >> it's oakland. nothing surprises me anymore. this neighborhood has changed, turned around. almost every house on the block has changed hands in the last 10 years. i have been here 15 years. >> reporter: oakland police and the alameda county police officer investigating what happened in the moments leading up to the deadly police shooting. jessica flores, kpix 5.
the board of directors for b.a.r.t. is set to discuss a fatal shooting involving one of the transit agency's police officers. family and supporters of shirley tyndall who was killed in the confrontation are expected to attend the meeting in oakland. the shooting happened near the west oakland b.a.r.t. station on january 3. kendall was shot after refusing to drop a gun. his family believes he was not given enough time to react. the future of the pathway home in jan bill is up in the air after a gunman held three caregivers hostage before killing them on friday. a spokesperson says the treatment facility may never open again. the residents have been moved while protocols begin. albert wong reportedly told his brother he was angry and wanted to get back at the staff at the pathways home just days before the hostage crisis. tyrone lampkin told the press democrat his brother was kicked out of the program two weeks ago after he was caught with
knives. on friday, the 36-year-old army veteran killed christine loeber, jennifer golick and jennifer gonzales, all of whom help veterans like him . new at noon, a bay area fire department has exhausted firefighters working forced overtime up to 100 hours in a row. the vallejo fire department said yesterday's three alarm blaze is a looming reminder of its lack of staff. as of this morning only three more recruits are training to become firefighters. nine positions are still vacant. vallejo firefighters say long outstanding contract issues are hindering the department from hiring more people . in san jose, a suspect is facing dui charges after leading police on a high-speed chase. the santa clara county sheriff's office says the pursuit started around 3:30 am near 85 and winchester. it ended around 4:00 when the driver of this bright green car came to a stop at a gas station. no one was hurt and no word on what prompted that chase . former raider eldon smith
is due back in court this afternoon. san francisco police say the 28- year-old assaulted a woman earlier this month. smith is charged with domestic violence, assault, false imprisonment, and fought -- and then listen, all misdemeanors. he was released from the raiders a few days after his arrest . governor brown has a strong message for president donald trump ahead of his visit to california tomorrow. in a letter to mr. trump, the governor said, "in california, we are focusing on bridges, not walls." the message came after the president took aim at the state's sanctuary policies after the weekend. >> they don't care about crime. they don't care about death and killings. they don't care about robberies. they don't care about the kind of things you and i care about.>> this week mr. trump is expected to view the prototypes for his long promised border wall being built in san diego. this will be the president's first visit to california since he took office . the trump administration has just been hit with a lawsuit after it canceled
immigration protections for more than 200,000 people from several countries. those countries are haiti, sudan, el salvador, and nicaragua. earlier this year, the president referred to the affected countries with an expletive. the lawsuit filed in san francisco alleges the trump administration unlawfully terminated the temporary protective status, and even though many tps holders have resided in the u.s. for at least 20 years, they will be forced to leave the country if the new policy remains in effect. president donald trump is set to release his plans for new gun policies. the move is in response to the school shooting in parkland, florida. mola lenghi shows us there is conflict over the idea of raising the age to buy assault weapons. >> reporter: nearly one month after the school shooting in parkland, florida, the white house is announcing its plan on
new gun measures. the president's plan would provide rigorous firearms training for some teachers and urges congress to pass a bill to make the federal background check system more accurate. >> the flow of information that goes from local and state courts is updated with real- time information. >> reporter: arming teachers and fixing the background check system, both policies supported by the nra. the president is not asking congress to raise the purchase age on assault weapons to 21 despite previous support for the idea. >> it doesn't make sense that i have to wait until and 21 to get a handgun but i can get this weapon at eight. >> reporter: the president's rhetoric about changing the purchase age has died down since meeting with nra officials. he took to twitter responding to criticism that he dropped the proposal, writing," watching court cases and rulings before acting. states are making this decision. things are moving rapidly on this but not much political support to put it mildly." "getting an age limit passed through congress would be difficult." >> we send our sons and daughters to iraq.
if they do that, they ought to be able to buy a hunting rifle. >> reporter: florida passed a bill to raise the age to buy rifles to 21. the nra is now suing the state. mola lenghi, cbs news, the white house . senator, harris took to twitter, calling on the senate to take action on the mission. she says congress needs to learn from the courage of marjory stoneman douglas high school students and stand up to the gun lobby. cowering in fear instead of taking action to address gun violence is just plain wrong. coming up, questions are mounting over a deadly helicopter crash in new york. what we are learning about the company who owned the aircraft. plus, a milestone for the most county center. a look at its progress and when it will be complete . and we see the clouds rolling in along the coastline. we will -- we will time it out and let you know what to expect
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authorities are trying to determine if they are hate crimes. the victims in these cases were black. officers hope nearby surveillance video will capture the suspects. an official investigation is underway into what caused a deadly helicopter crash in new york city. five passengers did -- died when it went down and east river. nikki batiste has the latest from the scene. >> reporter: a 14 member team from the national transportation safety board is beginning its investigation into sunday's fatal helicopter crash in new york city's east river. cell phone video shows the chopper slamming into the water on the east side of manhattan, just before nightfall. moments earlier, the pilot radioed a call for help. >> mayday, mayday, mayday. engine failure. >> reporter: the sightseeing helicopter was chartered. the pilot is okay but all five passengers wearing tight harnesses, were not able to free themselves.
>> it took a while for the divers to get these people. they worked as fast as they could. >> reporter: temperatures have been unseasonably cold here in new york. the water in the east river is still below 40 degrees. two passengers were pronounced dead at the scene. three others were rushed to the hospital and later died. ntsb investigators will look at numerous possible factors for the crash, including the helicopter's maintenance history and data records on board. nikki batiste, cbs news, new york . police say the helicopter was chartered from liberty helicopters. it's a new jersey based company. one of its choppers was involved in a deadly midair collision in 2009, killing nine people on board. the fashion world has lost a legend. giavan shi was part of a group of elite paris fashion designers who redefined fashion after world war ii. he designed the breakfast at tiffany's little black dress
for audrey hepburn. he also designed for jackie kennedy and the princess of monaco. a scare overseas for a country music star. tim mcgraw collapsed on stage during his performance. >> he has been super dehydrated and i apologize. i made the decision that he cannot come back out on the stage. >> wife faith hill returned to the crowd to tell the crowd he was okay. the incident happened in dublin, ireland on the last step of the tour. a new milestone for the moscone center project. here is a look at the progress. mayor mark farrell joined city and industry leaders for the celebration this morning.
the expansion will increase the size of the moscone center by 21% including more than 80 meeting rooms, a 50,000 square foot ballroom, and more than 500 square feet of exhibition space and outdoor terraces. the project consists of three phases. the final phase is due to be completed by the end of the year. time for a check on the weather. things are changing. >> keep your galoshes ready. don't put your umbrella away. watching this develop over the past 30 seconds or so, we saw low fog forming near the golden gate bridge, and here is our cliff house camera. it's foggy along the coastline. impact on visibility right now, but only along the coast. the clouds will start to roll in, affecting the bay area shortly. right now, 69 degrees, concord 65 degrees, san jose already 73 degrees. temperatures certainly above average. looking at high def doppler,
there is a lot of moisture. this is nothing compared to what we are about to see. right now noticing clouds on satellite radar, also showing those clouds building along the coastline, but most of the bay area will be covered by cloud coverage and we will see raindrops by this afternoon. wind speeds at 60 miles per hour. it's already starting to get breezy in some areas and we will notice the winds picking up. napa east winds at 14 miles per hour. winds out of the south southeast tonight. that's when we are going to see wind gusts as high as 30-40 miles per hour. it will start to get breezy overnight. conditions will be wet and windy. the rain will arrive and so will the wind. that's at 7:14 pm. sunrise tomorrow, 7:23 am. let's timeout the rain. by 5:00, the northbay will start to see those rains and overnight, more widespread rain by 10 pm, 11 pm. early tomorrow morning, a slick morning commute and the rain will last through your morning. we get a little break and then
wednesday, a cold front comes through. that is when we are going to see low elevation snow levels. we are going to see the rain pick up. 1-3 inches through saturday morning and through all of the bay area, specifically the northbay could see up to 2 inches and the coastal range could see up to 5 inches possible. the snow, one to 2 feet from now to wednesday night. we are expecting another foot after that so there will be a decent amount of snow. a winter storm warning from tomorrow afternoon until wednesday night. visibility will be low. let's go to the 7-day forecast. when are we going to see dry conditions? not until the weekend. starting tonight through saturday morning, we are going to see widespread rainfall and it's a soggy week ahead. >> okay, we are ready. thank you so much. straight ahead, an end two dirty keyboards. apple's new idea to keep your macbook germ free. the sunrise sunset report sponsored by kelly moore paints. go where the pros go, kelly moore, the painter's rags store. -- the painter's paint store.
users. taking a look at the big bore right now, the dow is down about 125 points. twitter is working to expand its verification process to all of its users. the blue check mark has become a symbol of credibility on the social media site, but it could be a while before the verification project is expanded to everyone. the company ceo says their priority right now is
confirmation of candidates before the election. apple wants its next macbook to be cleaner by making the keyboard immune to dust. a patent made public shows the new design. it outlines how the keyboard will use a combination of gaskets, brushes, wipers and flaps to seal gaps that let small crumbs or dust into the existing keyboard structure. a reminder now, if you have a consumer problem or question, email us at consumer email@example.com. we will be right back.
today's food of the day is garlic. a lot of imported garlic is coming into the stores right now but it's very important because when garlic tastes bad and you added to so many different dishes to bring out the flavors, it's the beginning of so many recipes, you are going to run everything. let's talk selection. when you buy it, nice and quite like this all the way around. free of any sprouting. there is a little bit of purple so that's okay. always make sure there is no discoloration or dark colors. that's a telltale sign it's been stored for too long. if it starts to break up in your hand, it's dehydrated and done.
it's got to be so firm to the touch, you can't break it up at all. when you bring it home, store in a cool, dry place. there is no such thing as having too much garlic in the house. i am tony tantillo, your fresh go -- your fresh grozier. stay healthy, eat fresh. >> i use it for everything. >> my husband disagrees. he's like maybe a little less garlic. >> maybe, he is a vampire. that's going to do it for kpix 5 news at noon. the bold and the beautiful is next and kevin elizabeth will be here at 5:00. have a good afternoon.
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