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announces plans to recall all national guard troops. >> the crisis on the border is a manufactured crisis, and we are not interested in participating in this political theater. >> where those service members will be assigned instead. day one of a new early morning b.a.r.t. schedule, the first trains rolling out an hour later than usual. how long these changes will last as cruise refit the trans bay tube. ♪ [ music ] from ktvu fox 2, this is the four. honoring a young rapper who was shot by police. mccoy.
>> henry, the department is defending its officers actions. >> reporter: the family says he does not have to die, but vallejo police says they were forced to act when he reached for a stolen, loaded handgun. 21-year-old willie mccoy was shot and killed by vallejo police on saturday night . it started when a taco bell employee called 911, saying a man was slumped over in a mercedes in the parking lot. officers arrived and found him unresponsive with a gun in his lap. he suddenly began to move and officers told him to show his hands, but he quicklhis gun.
police shot and killed him. they recovered a loaded 40 caliber semiautomatic handgun. the gun had been recorded reported stolen out of oregon. >> he was a good young man. ain't did nothing nobody everybody loved him. >> reporter: his mercedes was towed away as evidence. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: he was a rapper, part of the group sbg. in his music, he spoke of challenges in his life, including losing his father. throughout the day, family and friends dropped off candles. >> to be passed out, and abruptly woken up out of your slumber, and to get him to surrender whatever, you are not thinking coherently. so he has got a gun, they got guns. this is the thing, it is evened
out, but let the man have some kind of fighting chance. >> i have no words for vallejo police. they are supposed to protect and serve, not shoot to kill. >> reporter: his family will be meeting with a civil rights attorney, and he says he is considering legal action. >> there have been other, similar cases to this one, similar scenarios, including a deadly shooting by police in oakland, where someone was asleep in the car, and police approached that car, and we ended up with gunfire. what do we know about the specific training officers get to handle this kind of situation? >> reporter: in that case, -- the oakland police did formulate a plan. in that case,
he was also shot and killed. john and others are saying there has to be some other kind of plan or other kind of -- it remains to be seen whether or not there is middle ground, a combination of letting him react, letting the person react, so that could have been a very big question. >> we still do not know. thank you. in the meantime, police in oakland are looking for the person who shot two people in the fruitville district. police say one of the victims is an 18-year-old man, the other a juvenile. one of them was shot in the arm. it is unclear what led up to the shooting. officers believe the suspects
may have driven away, possibly in an older model pickup truck. it -- with the possibility of a teacher strike looming, the school district is looking for temporary teachers, but parents and teachers are concerned about the qualifications of those the district may end up hiring. >> reporter: we should begin by staying saying that the teachers have not yet decided on a strike. the district is recruiting temporary replacement teachers just in case. the oakland unified school district has placed this ad on craigslist, seeking emergency temporary teachers. according to the ad, candidates must have at least a bachelor's degree. the pay is -- the union vice
president has concerns about the ad. >> they have reduced the requirements significantly so there are not the letter of recommendation in the normal substitute teacher hiring process. >> reporter: the school district says that they intend to keep the schools open even if the teachers do strike. >> obviously a strike can be disruptive because a lot of our families depend on making sure that the students remain there, safe. >> reporter: the district has offered 5%, no negotiations have been scheduled. students have walked out of class in support of the teachers, but parents may soon have to decide what to do with their kids if there is a strike, send them to school with a temporary teacher or
somewhere else. >> there are safety issues you worry about. i think each family is going to have to make an individual decision, but having someone in the classroom who is not familiar with the kids and has the relationship could be high risk for families, but some families might not have a choice. >> reporter: the three-person fact-finding panel is expected to issue its verdict on friday. ♪ [ music ] the recent storm brought feet of snow to the sierras once again. if you are headed up to the mountains, the time to do it is now. there are minor to moderate traffic impacts tomorrow morning, but you can expect major displays delays. >> let's take a look closer to
home at how things look in the bay area. some of us are enjoying a break from the rain before the second system moves in. for more on the current conditions, let's bring on our meteorologist, rosemary. >> it is not going to last, so enjoy it. we will be dry for the next 24 hours or so. then we have another system on the way. this is going to be a warmer storm. not expecting any snow, getting a look there at a beautiful golden gate bridge. we have some nice weather out there. it is a cool day, still winter after all. giving you a view here, there are the numbers for santa rosa right now. oakland at 53, livermore and san jose in the low 50s. some sun and clouds, can't rule out the possibility of a few sprinkles. here is a look at all that cloud cover over the bay area. you can see that it has started to dry out a little bit.
interstate 80 and highway 50 were closed during part of the weekend. the wind is generally light. wet and windy weather coming our way in time for tuesday night to early friday. we will continue with partly cloudy skies, just a chance on a few scattered showers. not a big deal tomorrow morning. 42 degrees in oakland, 44 in san francisco. a chilly one for you there as well as our inner east bay. expect to start out right around 35 degrees. in the afternoon, we will go mixed with sun and clouds. 53 in napa, 54 in san francisco, 54 expected in san jose. as we get into the evening hours, the clouds will begin to thicken, and by tomorrow night, we are looking at rain and wind moving in. a flash flood watch have has
been issued for the bay area late tomorrow into thursday. there is the possibility for urban flooding. high wind watch also posted. winds are expected to pick up to 40 to 50 miles per hour. again, it is a warmer storm, so snow levels are expected to be very high. the extended forecast is coming up in just a little bit. >> be sure to stay up-to-date on all the weather conditions. you can download our newly updated weather app. it has interactive radar, hourly updates, and the seven- day forecast. it also has a handy feature so that you can update upload your weather photos. the governor has announced he will withdraw california national guard troops from the southern border. california has about 360 national guard soldiers deployed at the us-mexico border , about 100 troops will remain in place to help keep drugs and
guns from being smuggled into the state. the governor said border crossings are at their lowest level since 1971, he also said immigrants commit crimes at lower levels than nativeborn citizens. >> the crisis on the border is a manufactured crisis. and we are not interested in participating in this political theater, i think it is nothing more than political theater. >> the governor said the national guard troops will be redeployed to help california prepare for wildfires. >> while the governor blasts president trump, lawmakers on capitol hill are scrambling to avoid another shutdown. the two outstanding issues. >> reporter: it has been 17 days since the nation's longest
partial government shutdown came to an end, but with no deal insight, we are just days away from it possibly happening again. >> nothing about this process is a normal budget process. >> reporter: they return to the negotiating table over the weekend, talks stalled, reportedly over -- democrats proposing cutting off the current number of detention beds i.c.e. uses, and republicans want on those who have committed crimes. >> i do not know that i can sit here and tell you that their motive is evil, but it certainly does not make sense. >> reporter: now it is only four days left to negotiate, and it may continue. mc mulvaney warns another shutdown should not be ruled out. >> we are not so far apart. we can put this together. >> reporter: the presidents tweeting that the democrats are self-righteous and angry.
>> we are going there to keep our country safe. >> reporter: the presidents rally this evening marks his first campaign rally since the midterm elections. beto o'rourke will be attending a counter rally nearby. >> the president is expected to speak tonight in el paso. his speech in less than two hours. we will focus primarily on border security, and we will have more on his rally coming up on ktvu news at 6. an out of control driver smashes into a home. details on this crash and the injuries that were involved. the transit agency's new schedule went into effect.
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b.a.r.t. service. now they will take buses instead. the first buses of the new earlybird express rolled into san francisco's trans bay terminal around 5 am with mixed reviews. >> the ride was pretty good, no stops, it was great. >> i did not like it, i am late for work already. >> reporter: they are now operating an hour later than usual, opening at 5 instead of at 4. this is to accommodate the retrofit of the trans bay tube, a process expected to take 3 1/2 years. to transport those earliest commuters -- >> there is a real community of people who rely on this system. we have been in conversation with them, and that has helped to inform the system we are
unveiling today. i am here because i want to find out what people are thinking about our first day. >> they say this is better, but it is better for who? >> reporter: he was confused where to park and how to use the app. >> they should stop it an hour earlier at night, not in the morning when people are going to work. >> i got up a little bit earlier than i normally do for my commute, and i figured they would not be too organized. it was not too bad, honestly, i am probably here than earlier than i normally am. >> reporter: a bus to el cerrito was late. it got stuck at a railroad track as a large train pass through. there was some overcrowding at the bay point stop.
>> the service is getting worse and worse every time. >> reporter: he was on that pact, double-decker bus. he called the experience chaotic. >> it was pretty bad. it is really funny, you could really expect that there is going to be so many people out there, and they still only had one bus. >> reporter: they say that they will work to fix those issues going forward. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 . work on a bridge has been delayed after rain. a piece of it fell onto a car. overnight work begins one work week from today. it should wrap up by the next morning commute. remembering a pilot who was killed in a plane crash. you can see the wreckage surrounded by crime tape.
friends identified that pilot as a 48-year-old krista barr of granite bay. the plane crashed on the way from -- he was reported missing on saturday. >> everybody knew him. everyone in the south bay knew him, knew who he was. he played in various bands. >> crash investigators and the state park police are working to remove the plane without damaging it. one person is recovering after a pickup truck crashed into an antioch home, stopping just inches away from the homeowner. it plash -- it crashed right through the front of this home.
the couple living in that home was asleep and they described a very close call. >> i did not know anything, and i heard a sound, and i thought somebody was shooting. >> the driver of the truck was taken to the hospital with major injuries. police have not released any other details. a new partnership aimed at bringing more transportation options to east oakland. the city is teaming up with lift and transform. they will offer free lift rides to residents and also set up a bike library where people can check out a bicycle. it will also invest in new bicycle infrastructure and parks. they hope to bring travel equity to east honestly, the j opportunities and learning how to repair bikes, the job
opportunities with companies like lift that are now expanding their vision of mobility to include things like bike share. >> lift is donating $700,000 for the initiative which will also include subsidized ac transit passes and five dollar per month bike and scooter rental. people filing their taxes early are noticing something a little different this year. we are going to speak live with a tax expert on why your refund this year might not be as much as you have seen in years past. >> i need to get on my taxes. tune in tonight at 8:00 for a new episode of the resident, followed by the passage at 9. ♪ [ music ]
people filing their taxes this year may be in for a little of an unwelcome surprise, especially those living in high tax states such as california. the average tax refund is down about 8.4%. that compares to $2035 at the same time last year. i am joined by fred stevens, a tax professional at h&r block. what is causing the refund to be a little less than in previous years?
>> because of the tax changes, many people are receiving some of what would be there refund as part of their take-home pay, with each pay period. starting in february. so those of you who saw a little more take-home, i am sure you are grateful, without realizing that would be reducing your tax refund when you did your tax return. >> so you were essentially getting that refund throughout the year. so the best way to boost the refund, if that is what you are looking for, is to adjust your tax withholding. and can i do that at any time, and how do i go about doing that? >> you can do that by going to your hr department, tell them you want to change the w-4, or if you go into h&r block, we can help you fill out a revised w-4, just doing a new w-4, or
as part of your tax preparations for 2018. >> just because i get a smaller refund this year, does not necessarily mean i am paying more in taxes this year, right? >> correct. >> that goes back to what you are explaining as far as how the new tax law works. >> some people win and some people lose, because there is a way that -- >> so who wins and who loses? >> the standard deduction is doubling for everybody. but in terms of losing, we lose the exemptions. so large families with a couple of children, say four people, their exemption amount was $16,000 last year. that is going away this year. >> going away completely. >> even though the standard deduction is doubled, losing the exemption may not -- may
cause additional problems. >> do you find that most people look forward to the refund, or would they rather breakeven? >> some people look forward to a refund, and some plan their vacations around expecting a refund. >> it is not quite the same as getting a lump sum check that you feel like is free money. >> especially if you were expecting a certain amount of money as a refund, and now you are going to save that for your vacation, and the fact that you got more take-home during the year, that was nice, so maybe if you went to dinner or something with your family, but often times they often did that without realizing -- be exactly what the implications were at the end of the year. how big of an impact do you think the previous federal government shutdown is having on the number of returns that are
being processed, and how what should people expect? >> i think that a lot of people assume that they would not be able to file taxes because of the shutdown. that is not the case. h&r block is open seven days a week, and if there is a new shutdown, we are still going to be open, still people can file their tax returns, and if there is a shutdown and you want to talk to somebody at the irs, we can still do your tax returns. the process would start, and you would get your money. the fastest way is to get a direct deposit into your checking account instead of having the mail you a check. >> but there might be some delays. just be a little patient if we do go through another government shutdown or even dealing with the last one. we really appreciate you coming in, thank you so much.
♪ [ music ] still to come here on the four, the parents of students killed in the parkland, florida massacre are still working for saver schools around the country. the push that comes one year after the deadly shooting. thousands of teachers in denver walking off the job and demanding an increase in pay. i will have the latest, coming up. you are going to have your mind blown. >> the passage, tonight at 9 on ktvu fox 2.
people died in a school shooting. but in parkland, florida, something different happened which we do not -- did not see after columbine, virginia tech, and sandy hook. especially with parents. >> i want him back. i want her back. >> reporter: her daughter alyssa was among those killed in marjory stoneman douglas high school. >> she will never get her life, she will never get married, it is very painful. >> reporter: the nation also grieved with a father mourning the loss of his son. >> my little boys name is alex. >> reporter: but macs like lori and others in broward county, found their voice in the wake of tragedy. >> we know the next school mass murderer is already out there.
>> i have this power, and i am using that power by using my voice to be a school board member, to be a safety advocate, and to make change. >> i live with this thing in my head. >> reporter: fred guttenberg says the day still haunts him. >> is my daughter's final seconds, with her running down the hallway, knowing there is an active shooter at her back. >> reporter: he is taking his fight to the nra. he says he is determined to defeat the gun lobby. he admits the wounds of losing his daughter will never heal. >> i wimatt napolitano, fox news. a massachusetts woman is behind bars after texting her boyfriend a barrage of messages
urging him to kill himself. that -- the judge ordered carter to begin her sentence today. her boyfriend, conrad roy, ended his life in july 2014. there is still no resolution to a series of political scandals in the state of virginia. lieutenant governor fairfax is under fire from both parties after sexual allegations from two women. a bill calling for his impeachment was expected to be introduced today, but it was pulled at the last minute. virginia governor ralph northam gave his high-profile interview since his yearbook photo surface, showing a man in blackface. >> i admit to my mistakes, and i am going to improve my life and be in a position where i
can help other people. that is why i do what i do. >> virginia's attorney general is second in line to become governor, he admitted to wearing blackface at the -- as a 19-year-old college student. teachers in los angeles and denver are officially on strike. the demands are very similar to those taking place right here in oakland here. some students also walked out in support of their teachers. >> reporter: teachers in denver walking off the job this morning after failing to reach a deal with school administrators over pay. contract negotiations breaking down over the weekend with teachers calling for bonuses to allow for an that bonuses and incentives can help boost
academic performance in high poverty areas. >> they can go to surrounding districts and make 17 to $30 -- $30,000 more in base pay, so why would they stick around here? >> reporter: many students took the opportunity to show support for their teachers, walking out of classrooms earlier this morning. >> i think that this is a long time coming. >> reporter: both sides are about $8 million apart from a deal. many teachers getting emotional about having to be away from their students. >> it is sad that they can't see what our worth is. >> reporter: she is disappointed a deal has not been reached. >> the most important thing we can do is -- >> reporter: negotiations are expected to resume again tomorrow. coming up here on the four,
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draft pick just decided he wants to play football. he went back to oklahoma to play one more year of football. he won the heisman trophy as the best player in college football. he will be a first-round picked in this year's nfl draft. with nearly all baseball players reporting to spring training, baseball season really is right around the corner. >> one of baseball's biggest names returned to his roots this holiday season. >> reporter: the popularity of elite pro athletes now -- the bay area has had its share of
such athletes, from willie mays to joe montana to steph curry. there is nobody bigger in new york these days than one such athlete who has northern california roots. >> this is judgment day. >> reporter: aaron judge exploded onto the baseball scene in -- with a record 52 home runs, winning the home run derby at the all-star game, and these days, he can't go anywhere without an autograph session breaking out. in his hometown of linden, he is just one of the guys. >> he is family, one of the community. we are a small town, if you go too fast, you will miss it, but
everyone is always looking out for each other. i go to every house down the block. >> reporter: before he heads east for spring training, he made a little stop at home, where he was inducted into the hall of fame. he is by far the school's most accomplished athlete but also appreciates his place in the history of the school that has been in place just short of 100 years. >> we have a lot of love for this community. >> reporter: for 46 years, linden high school baseball players were coached by one guy, bob ammerman. it was an especially moving moment when he got to see the other former players in the audience who shared his history. >> it is difficult to put it
into words. he has been checking in on me, he is watching every game. he even texted me about some things i needed to work on. he knows how long the seasons are, so it is little things like that. i never want to take them for granted. >> he will never get you in trouble. they do not come often. >> they certainly don't. the town of linden is 156 years old, and they have never before had a sign like this, but one of the keys to his success has been his work ethic, and he knows that it can all be very fleeting. >> there is always something i am learning every day. other teammates and coaches, sometimes people who are younger than me, i have gone out to high school a couple of times. for me it is always about never stopping that desire to learn.
>> reporter: no matter how that turns out, his place in that little town in the central valley is forever secured. ktvu fox 2 news. ♪ [ music ] a partly sunny sky, giving you of you there across san francisco. we are going to be with mainly dry weather for the next 24 hours or so. but then the rain moves back in and this time around, the wind is coming with it with advisories expected. bay area wide for the most part. take a look at the clouds that are moving in for the next evening. mostly sunny skies. we have a system dropping out of the pacific northwest that will merge with a wet, warmer storm moving in right near hawaii. the two combined will bring us a good amount of rain and wind
and it will raise the snow level down to about 1000 feet or so. we are not going to see any snow out of this for our local hills. you will have to be high in the sierras to see any snow. we are expecting it to pick up late tomorrow. here is the timeline on this as you get into your afternoon and evening hours. we remain in partly clear skies. then we start the day with partly sunny conditions getting into the afternoon, still mainly dry, a little thicker, and we are looking to keep that rain away, even for the evening. as we get into the overnight hours, there is a look at wednesday morning. we only coming down at this point. is going to be heavy rain, a strong windy event. perhaps tapering off to scattered showers, and those scattered showers are expected to remain at least through thursday morning. the models are having a tough time deciding whether we will
dry out on thursday. 1 to 2 inches for most of our areas. for our hills, 4 to 6 inches of rainfall expected. that comes with the possibility of some flash flooding. minor slides as well as creeks and streams rising very quickly. that flash flood watch is for the entire bay area. as far as the wind, we are looking at anywhere from 40 to 50 miles per hour. some of those gusts could reach 60 along the hills and our coastline. there is a section over the north bay, not included in this. here is a look at some of the forecast numbers expected. when it comes to thtoo bad. as we get into the overnight hours, there is 10:00, and now it is trying to spread. as we get into wednesday morning, the winds are expected to peek into early afternoon.
43 in san francisco, 44 in concord. temperatures outside right now are mostly cloudy skies, and then we get into the upper, overnight hours, upper 30s into the 40s. it will be a chilly start for the day. then we will continue into the low to mid 50s. a few scattered showers, but not a big deal. and then we are kind of unsettled, and a chance for scattered showers all the way into our weekend. download our newly updated weather app, and it has hourly updates and the seven-day forecast, and you can also upload your weather photos and videos. the double rainbows and the low snow, so many great pictures sent into us. a look at some of the stories we are looking at for
ktvu fox 2 news at 5. >> you might call it a one-two punch to help san francisco's affordable housing project. what they are pushing to increase the supply of affordable housing in san francisco. a scientific breakthrough, or pushing the ethical limits. stanford finds itself in a worldwide conflict after a scientist has declared that he has produced the first gene edited babies. why the procedure was so quickly condemned. up next here on the four, we meet a husband-and-wife cabaret team taking to the stage in the bay area. why they say there music keeps
in music for this pair, and they will tell you it is true: opposites attract. the two are preparing right now for their show called yes dear, where they do cabaret their way. >> we have yet to find another duo where the pianist is a woman and the singer is a guy. >> reporter: maybe a drink in hand, some showtunes, and -- >> it is nice to get out for an evening of music and old- fashioned entertainment as opposed to going into a club where it is thumping. >> reporter: but cabaret can also be a bit of a getting to know you session. >> he tells great stories about his parents.
>> reporter: it seems the harmony of these two on stage mirrors the life they created offstage. they have always been performers, but much of that has been done separately. she is a classical musician who spent years on the stage and still performs with a band at church. their two boys are also in the business. they admit that brings its own challenges. >> i am a recovering slacker, and she is the type a. if i sing miss saigon or cats in romantic moments, the mood goes away. >> reporter: but it is not always about agreeing.
>> i need to eat more avocado. >> reporter: sometimes it is about finding that sweet spot. >> we are just doing a lala law to some billy joel tunes. i get to make music with him. >> reporter: that is what their show is all about. there are definitely things you will not hear. >> we do not touch politics in our act. we do not insult each other. we do not tease each other, we do not talk about appearance. what else do we not do? >> mentioned our religions, but we do not harp on that. >> reporter: they want you to laugh and to surprise you a bit. >> you can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. ♪ >> reporter: while they hope they get every note just right,
scott and lauren say for the people who come to watch -- >> it is not only for married people. >> reporter: -- it is really about striking a chord or two. >> welcome to our show ♪ >> i think they are a lot of fun. they are really inspiring, i love it. >> that is it, ktvu fox 2 news at 5 starts right after the break. ♪ [ music ]
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ktvu fox2 at 5:00, starts now. shot and killed while he was sitting in his car in a fast food drive through. police say he reached for a gun in his lap. the man's relative says the police did not have to shoot. good evening everyone. i am frank. >> i am julie. tonight there is a memorial outside talk about in the lay hold for 20-year-old willie mccoy. police say he had a gun in his lap and reached for it before officers opened fire. henry lee joins us from the vallejo police department with the latest on the police investigation. >> julie, willie mccoy's family
say he did not have to die. i have learned that six police officers opened fire and were forced to do so when he reached for a stolen done. >> a memorial of flowers and candles sits near the taco bell drive-through in vallejo were 21-year-old willie mccoy was shot and killed by vallejo police on a saturday night. >> willie was a good person. he didn't deserve that. >> it started when eight taco bell employee called 911. they said a man was slumped over in the mercedes in a drive- through on admiral callahan lane. officers arrived and found him unresponsive and with a gun in his lap. his car was locked. the transmission was in drive. police say mccoy started to move. the officers told him to show his hands. but he quickly reached for the gun. police shot and killed him. police say they recovered a loaded 40 caliber semi automatic handgun with an extended magazine. the gun had been reported stolen out of oregon. >> willie had a lot on his shoulders. he was