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fire is suspicious because when it started, no one was in the building however investigators will not say if an accelerant was found. the fire department says police are now conducting a criminal investigation into this forcibly being a case of arson. the cause of fire has not been released. the mayor was also reportedly the victim of another crime in may with his motorcycle stolen from city hall. for the fired a carton and police departments say they will be reviewing some surveillance video that may have caught a possible act if there was an act from across the street. the atf and fbi could be here as early as tomorrow or monday.
>> in vallejo, the mayor's office was burned down overnight, most of the day was spent cleaning up. the cleanup crew got here around 2:30 a.m. and worked tirelessly for 14 hours salvaging anything they could. the mayor's office had major damage. what ever did not have fire damage have water and smoke damage. coming up at 11:00 p.m. we will speak to the head of the cleanup crew and find out what will become of the contents of the office. >>vicki: family and friends of the 18 year-old killed by local police to to the streets today demanding justice.
he was a student at skyline high school and was shot to get back in may by police. officers say they pointed -- he pointed a gun at them. his family says he was wrongly killed. for >> five months of sleepless nights, and that is how long the boy's mother has endured. the pain will not stop because she says she is still waiting to find out exactly what happened the night an officer shot and killed her son. >> they have not even given the report. they have given beat nothing the broken promises.
>> i will not stop because this pain will not stop. >> the family says inconsistencies in the stories leave them to believe there has been a cover-up. >> the holidays, his birthday and everything else that we shared as a family, it is all gone. my family is shattered. half my life will never be the same. >> we tried to get a police response but no one was available to speak on saturday. >>vicki: an investigation is under way after a fire completely destroyed a san jose where house.
>> the woman wanted by police for using her 10 year-old daughter to shoplifts has been arrested. she was taken into custody on friday night when police spotted her suv. at the time she was traveling with her a 11 month old son >>brian: clear skies around the bay area for tonight. fog along the coast and in san francisco but in oakland, we're clear. temperatures will soar tomorrow and monday. a heat watch in effect for sunday and monday for the south bay in the state with temperatures in the '90s and in the troubled digits. >> highs today are warmer. '60s and '70s by the bay.
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faugh >>vicki: food banks are having a test time to keep their shells filled. jeff pierce shows us how the local community is pitching in. jeff >> hundreds of volunteers showed up at the food banks on saturday to help the pressing needs that local food banks are experiencing. >> people of us that potatoes and to do the day-to-day tasks. the bigger piece is trying to educate the committee about hunger, why there is a need and what they can do to make a difference. >> as the need has accelerated, food banks are having to rely more on
individual help from the communities as the sources they have traditionally depended upon have diminished. >> many people come to us who need food assistance. the way the government is, the state budget and federal budget we will munsey lot of help. >> the contra costa county food banks >> we have seen a significant decline because the u.s. department of agriculture's food has declined significantly we're very concerned.
>> people can donate, a volunteer or advocate. they can really make a difference by doing one of those three things. >>vicki: the drought will have an impact even as far away as the bay area. rising feed prices will likely affect the cost of meat. >> meat has pride of place at this of the shop in washington. ham, pastrami, stake, it is all here.
with prices for pork and beef expected to rise, this longtime meet me and say consumers will have to pay more or get used to do cuts. but coming sticker shock will impact butchers, restaurants and dinner tables across the country. the worst drought in decades means higher costs for its animal feed. farms like this one have already had to raise prices to keep up.
the he will hang on into next week. monday will be the hottest day of this heat wave. it will still be hot on tuesday and then gradually cooling as we move through the week. some big changes coming out into next weekend with cooler weather and possibly additional clouds. you can get the forecast any time on the new kron4 news channel, comcast channel 193.
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temperatures will rise pretty quickly. for the afternoon, a really hot day. even at the ocean with its the '70s or '80s at the beaches. >>vicki: construction in l.a. has shut down interstate 4 05. officials are concerned about traffic problems of one of america's busiest freeways being closed at least temporarily. this is a live look at the construction.
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