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right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, growing conflict over abortion rights. >> time is of the essence. >> continued controversy over supreme court's pending decision. >> an oakley family searching for answers this morning after disappearance of alexis gabe. >> we strongly believe our daughter is still alive. >> their turn to a new direction after a difficult three months. a south bay high school dealing with effects of rising covid cases. the message from the principal this morning. urgent plea from an oakland animal shelter struggling with adoptions. good morning. it's thursday may 5. cinco de
mayo. i am amanda starrantino. >> time to party. good morning. i am len kiese. let's get to your forecast before traffic with g. if we are still on the warm weather high, it's about to come down. >> it is. it starts today. we won't be terribly cold today but we start losing upper 80s in inland valleys and come back to where we should be for this time of year. from the west side of the santa clara valley, isn't that cool looking. those are clouds that have filled in. san jose that's you, the bright patch right under the clouds. that's a good example of what's taking place for most of the bay area. clouds have become much more widespread but they're also a little bit higher. yesterday we had an issue with fog on decks of the bridges like the golden gate. temperatures are in the low to mid 50s most locations, 49 santa rosa. we will keep an eye on the
censor but you are doing fine with visibility. i don't have any issues with fog but it is cloudy and we will watch clouds on again off again throughout today. daytime highs will warm up to the low 70s for inland locations. daytime highs today, 71 pleasanton, 68. let's go to gianna. no issues on the roads with foggy spots, no wind advisories. it is a good start to your drive if you are out early headed to the altamont pass. the dublin interchange, we are getting extra volume west bound getting crowded heading towards 680. where you will see slow and go conditions or where we see that is getting out of tracy. it is under the limit as you work in that area. the rest of the bay is looking
good. 880 is clear, 101 no troubles in the south bay and quiet conditions at most bay area bridges. bay bridge, metering lights are off, a smooth ride into san francisco. fencing is being built around supreme court in response to abortion rights demonstrations outside. it's in reaction to the leaked court majority draft opinion from february suggesting roe v wade should be overturned. let's turn things to anne makovec at the live news desk. >> the draft opinion have some concerned about what else may be in the future cross hairs. >> that is because of the some arguments in the draft opinion are based on things like right to privacy. when talking about same sex marriage, interracial marriage, contraception, decisions on those topics that were once controversial also based on the same right. the draft opinion says they should not be affected but a
lot of people have lost trust in the system. first things first, back to the abortion debate with supreme court likely two months away from stripping abortion rights if it stands and will overturn roe v wade. americans in two dozen states would have to travel in order to get an abortion. there are concerns that this would especially hurt those that can't afford to do so because of the cost or responsibilities at home like they have other children. congressional democrats don't have the numbers to put abortion rights into law but plan on holding a vote anyway, calls ranging from abolishing filibuster and passing federal abortion protections to expanding supreme court to allow democrats to appoint new justices and shift the balance of power to the political left. that is all unlikely. in the meantime the court's final decision is expected in june or july and that investigation into who leaks that draft document is ongoing.
back to you. we will continue to bring you latest developments on the abortion rights fight on air, online, kpix.com and streaming on cbs news bay area. the family of an oakley woman who vanished without a trace more than three months ago is turning to psychics after investigators admit they've run out of leads. alexis gape disappeared after visiting her ex boyfriend. the gabes have been con sutering with six psychics from around the world all telling them their daughter is alive. police released this surveillance video. >> we are pleading to the public, if you have any information, please, please call the tip line. we want our daughter back. >> someone knows something. >> oakley police department is offering $10,000 reward for any information on the case. an independent review
clearing three alameda police officers involved in the death of mario gonzalez. the report is from independent investigation commissioned by the city. he died after struggling with officers who pinned him to the ground last april. the autopsy listed cause of death as toxic effects of methamphetamine. a second independent autopsy blamed it on restraint asphyxiation. the investigation found no policy violation but there may be civil liability. the family has filed lawsuit. first increase since february, u.s. could surpass 1 million deaths in the next few days. >> we are now into our sixth wave. so we came out of the devastating omicron wave, had a brief respite. for the last month, our cases
and levels of community transmission have been slowly rising. >> the doctor says usually there is a lull after each surge but that's not been the case after the omicron surge. city council voting to drop proof of vaccination requirement at restaurants, gyms, other businesses. council also approved indoor mask mandate on gatherings of more than 2500 people. cases of covid are climbing again and a south bay high school is feeling the effects. about 60 students tested positive for covid-19. the principal urging but now requiring face masks among students. the school has notified about 2,000 students they may have been exposed. that's just about everyone in the school. >> we don't want to blow it at this point. we don't want to have to say we can't do prom or we can't do graduation or any of the
activities planned. >> state positivity rate is up at 3.2%, more than a half percent higher than it was in the last seven days. an east bay animal shelter is absolutely overwhelmed with large dogs. sara donchey reports it may be the latest unfortunate side effect of the pandemic. >> reporter: oakland animal shelter is desperate, bursting at the seams. >> every dog kennel we have is full. we have over 100 great dogs that are available for adoption and they're just not getting adopted quickly enough. we have more dogs coming in every day than are going out. >> oakland animal services put out urgent plea on social media for people to come adopt. the pandemic was helpful for the shelter. about 30% fewer animals were being brought in as more people work from home, they rushed to bring home a new animal friend. now things are taking a hard
term. >> people have been struggling economically throughout the pandemic and i think we are starting to see the impact. people love their dogs, and the last thing they want to do is bring them here, they're bringing them here. when somebody is losing the housing, those are gut wrenching because there is not anything they can do. i don't thinseen anybody surrender their animal and they're not heart broken. >> she couldn't say why but they're seeing more big dogs. >> we are seeing increase in the number of german shepherds and huskies coming in which is relatively new. it used to be mostly pit bulls. >> reporter: oakland animal services is slashing adoption fees and keeping longer hours in hopes it can free up space and more importantly offer the freedom of a new family to the animals desperate for a home. >> we are hoping that the combination of people wanting to help because we really need the help and making it easier for them to adopt will result
in dogs going home. >> the shelter will be open from 12:00 to 7:00 today through saturday and adoption fees will be cut from $150 to just 20. 5:10. still ahead on kpix5 and cbs news bay area. >> what we are learning about the man who attacked comedian dave chappel on stage. responding to severe drought. the water use we look at the age before beauty? why not both? visibly diminish wrinkled skin in... crepe corrector lotion... only from gold bond. ♪hefty, hefty, hefty!♪ whoa... [john cena sniffs] how do they get these things to smell so good? ♪hefty, hefty...♪
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security. >> mandel says he is afraid to go on stage adding the love of what we do is fading, joking is no safety net. police searching for a man wearing a multi colored face covering. a $2,500 reward is offered now for information leading to an arrest. city of san jose says it won't make june deadline to clear its largest homeless encampment near the airport. faa ordered the removal because it was spreading below the flight path. san jose was supposed to have it cleared by june and it is asking for extension to september. >> it gives us more time obviously. does it give me peace of mind? no. there are not enough beds, not enough housing, not enough tiny homes. >> nearby residents and business owners agree more
housing is needed. a new emergency tiny home is being built which is expected to provide some relief. property owners in hayward will be responsible for any illegal fireworks activity on their land. council approved fines that will start at $1,200. water restrictions imposed on marin residents during the drought last year are set to become permanent. marin municipal board of directors limiting sprinkler use to two days a week from three days. drip irrigation will be allowed three days a week. pool owners, you must have a pool cover. it is 5:15 on this thursday morning. we will get a check of how it is going outside on the roads and what our forecast looks like. >> a little cloudier and a cooler for afternoon daytime highs today. even though it is cloudier, it is less foggy on the roadways.
cloud deck is higher. we are not seeing fog issues on the golden gate that we had yesterday. we are also seeing clouds more widespread. there is a perfect example. this is the camera over concord. bright lights of concord. martinez is there. you see mid level deck of clouds hovering over inland east bay. at least there are breaks in the clouds. in the immediate bay and north bay valleys there aren't breaks in the clouds. it's just cloudy. salesforce tower sits right there and tops are covered in clouds. here is another vantage point. it will be a cloudy start but it is relatively warm, low 50s most locations. it is even relatively warm in santa rosa. not a major issue with visibility on the road there. right now we are doing okay. in terms of the rest of today, low 70s for inland locations.
that's where we feel the difference today. today will be about a good 15 degrees cooler than we have been doing over the last several days, low 70s here. we were looking at daytime highs well into the upper 80s, a drastic difference in terms of daytime highs. we'll be in upper 60s in north bay valleys. the seven-day forecast, the trend continues downhill on temperatures from here on out. we'll be in the upper 50s for daytime highs by monday, low to mid 60s for oakland through the weekend. it's cooler but also breezier into saturday and sunday. that will probably be the main impact on that but nothing too significant other than a cooler breezier set up. let's see how the drive is. >> it is looking good. we still don't have major issues on freeway. if you are up early out the door, everything is at the
limit. mobile 5 is up and at them. a look at conditions on highway 4 as you head towards 242 near concord. we are not seeing a lot of brake lights. there is extra volume as more people are on the roadways for morning commute. still moving at the limit with a pretty seam less ride. if you are getting on 242, you should have a good ride down to 680. we are tracking brake lights for folks into altamont pass. speeds are down to about 13 miles per hour as you make that connecto plan for that this morning, no crashes here so that's good news. it's the usual drive. a live look at 580, 680 and so far so good. the rest of the freeway is moving pretty nicely. muni, bart, ace rail all on time. caltrain is on temporary weekday service change until the 20th of may.
check that schedule before you head out the door. if you are headed towards the bay bridge, things are moving nicely. a perspective from one of our cal trans camera. off the skyway into the city, no delays. in and out of san francisco are looking good as well. it is 5:19. meantime, smart announced it will be expanding weekday service next month by ten trips. the move brings service to prepandemic levels. in a statement, addition of trips will help with the increasing demand the agency has seen. >> thank you. still ahead, a bay area woman keeping her family business alive. challenges during the pandemic and
let's get you ready for lunch. noon to 2:00 today, this is going to be a cooler afternoon than yesterday. by the time we get into a window noon to 2:00, it is only low 70s inland. you are pretty much already near 80 yesterday. it will be cloudier today through lunch. there will be a breeze but it shouldn't be too terrible. it shouldn't keep you from outdoor plans if you have any for the 1:00, 2:00 time frame
for lunch, watching how the temperatures tick by. it will be in the lower 70s. when you look at first alert doppler, there is a lot of rain up there. it is just not going to be able to develop here. however we will keep the clouds. it will stay breezy. we have begun a cooling trend because of the pattern. we'll look at all that coming up in a bit. it is cinco de mayo which can be a big boom for business. >> for some still recovering from the pandemic, it can't come at a more critical time. you talk to a woman trying to keep her family business alive. >> she was pretty great. her family is from el salvador. she and her sister make and sell tacos because they know it's something that people love. there is another dish. you may get hungry watching this.
>> i am grilling steak. >> reporter: getting ready for oakland first fridays. this month it's a latin pride event.. >> reporter: she and her sister manage a business started by her family. of course they sell tacos but also make a popular dish from el salvador. >> corn hand made cheese filled tortilla. >> reporter: it's a labor of love because it's not easy to make. there is the cabbage and salsa. there is a technique to making all of it. >> there are recipes that we hold on to. >> reporter: she works fast. she talked with us feeling a lot of pride about her roots. what people may not realize is like many with small businesses the pandemic has hit her hard. >> we are trying to figure out how we can stay afloat. right now the only thing that has been working for the most
part is booking events. >> reporter: they used to be in san pablo but people stopped coming when the pandemic started. it's been up and down since. with one very important thing, she says she'll keep fighting. >> as long as i am healthy, my family is healthy, i am going to keep going. >> reporter: she's doing it all while keeping an uplifting beat. >> steak, grilled chicken, spicy pork, slow cooked pork. very delicious. that's actually my favorite. >> those are some inspiring words that i think we can use. as long as she has health and her family has health she's going to keep going. >> i am over here licking my lips. >> where is she at? >> she'll be at first friday.
i will have to make a visit. her roots are there, culture. she's going to keep fighting. >> help keep the fight going by supporting it. >> absolutely. in our next half hour, fresh fall out from the war in ukraine. how it has a major impact on a bay area business. south santa clara county wrapping up wildfire prevention efforts. it is teacher appreciation week. we are highlighting educators in the bay area making a difference. we want to recognize dr. susan hawkins who teaches science lab. she engages students every day in hands on lab experiments. her colleagues say she's extremely kind and the most hard working teacher. for teacher appreciation week you ♪ ♪ whether someone is across the neighborhood,
how u.s. lawmakers are looking to step up aid. bay area business getting harassed. they say it's because of a war halfway around the world. santa clara ramping up wildfire prevention efforts. the new program to make a difference. good morning. it is thursday may 5. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. glad to have you with us. >> cinco de mayo. it's thursday. do not put us back a day.
>> if you could look at my brain and see how hard it was working to figure out what day of the week it was. yesterday was warm up wednesday. >> good way to remember that. >> we will be about 15 degrees cooler today, noticeably cooler than we were on warm up wednesday. let me show you. this is the number one way. that is the south bay, really unique vantage point. the camera on the west side of the santa clara valley, san josecampbell, cupertino, you are under that. we are waking up to gray skies. bottom line is with an increase in the marine layer, you see what it looks like from treasure islandcan't see the top of the salesforce tower. it's just a cloudy start and what will be as a result a
noticeably cooler day. low to mid 70s for daytime highs inland. right now it's low 50s. we are not seeing issues with fog on the road. that's good. visibility censors are ten miles or more. it's just fairly cloudy. you can pick some specific numbers. mountain view, you will do 70. concord 72. let's check on the drive. we will go to gianna and see if there are items on the commute. my job is easy today. i don't have a lot going on on the freeways which is good news. you probably have extra time to enjoy that cup of coffee. bay bridge is cruising along fine, no metering lights yet. you have at least 15 minutes before they turn those on. no crashes, no accidents, no incidents, no fog. it's that kind of a day. golden gate is moving fine and there is no fog. visibility is looking good as
you head into san francisco. san mateo bridge, things are quiet with no delays. speaking of the nimitz, a live look, so far things are moving pretty nicely in both directions. if you have an early flight at oakland airport, no brake lights or delays. live to capitol hill where lawmakers on both sides of the isle are working to strengthen polarizing positions on abortion rights. it comes as supreme court is likely two months away from over turning roe v wade. elise preston joins us live from the court. >> the leaked draft opinion has concern about what elmay be in future cross hairs. can you tell us more about that? the arguments made in the 98 page document have activists, lawmakers, even the president questioning what could be next. this comes as protests across the country intensify. new tall fencing put up around
the supreme court overnight, latest sign of a growing conflict nationwide as americans in about two dozen states will likely lose some or all abortion rights if court overturns roe v wade later this year. >> time is of the essence. >> one is michigan where a law from 1931 will go back into effect making it a felony to perform an abortion. republican state legislators blocked democrats from appealing. now the governor is asking the supreme court to step in. >> i am using every tool, will fight like hell to protect this right for women. >> in washington congressional democrats don't have numbers to put abortion rights into law yw mid-w mont>> bma pete ue matte many, we have a chance now maybe to change the make up of who is in the united states senate. >> some arguments in the draft
opinion have president biden raising questions about what else is at risk like same-sex marriage. >> what are the next things that are going to be attacked? this mega crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in american history, recent american history. >> the oklahoma governor who signed a bill this week prohibiting most abortions after six weeks says the court is right to leave it to the states. >> we do not believe that nine unelected people can make a decision for all of oklahoma. >> the court's final decision is expected in june or july. it is unclear how the investigation into the leaked document would play out or if criminal charges could be pursued. >> before you go, justice samuel elito authorized that draft. there is news he canceled an appearance at a conference. what can you tell us about
this? >> the justice was set to appeal at a judicial conference gathering of judges from mississippi, texas, louisiana. he serves as the justice who would hear arguments, emergency hearings for the court. he canceled his appearance. it is not clear, a reason why has not been given. >> thanks so much for that report. attacks inside ukraine have intensified as russia prepares to celebrate victory day on may 9. that's the day that marks soviet union's defeat of germany. russian strikes are growing focused odd ukrainian infrastructure and supply lines. ukrainian commanders say shelling has resumed on the mariupol steel plant. this is new footage being shown on russian tv of smoke rising over the plant and soldiers in
the streets. the renewed attacks come as the ukrainian president reports nearly 350 more people have been evacuated from the port city and surrounding areas. that's in addition to the around 150 evacuated earlier this week. in the western city of lviv air strikes to a power plant have cut off some of the city's electricity. >> we think this is effort to try to disrupt ukrainians' ability to replenish. >> the white house secretary said putin has not met his own goal. >> he expected and was planning to be marching through streets of kyiv victorious next monday. clearly that is not what is going to happen. >> nancy pelosi stressed importance of arming ukrainians even as russia steps up strikes aimed specifically at slowing
flow. >> weapons, weapons, weapons. that's what is really essential to strengthen their hand. >> reporter: she says voting on a measure to provide 33 billion in new aid to ukraine can take place next week. >> the head of the european union is proposing sanctions that would target more major russian banks and ban imports from russia, 27 nation block that makes up e.u. gets 25% of oil from russia. a store losing business since the war in ukraine began. the owner says he is getting threats from people who think it's a russian caviar company. in fact it comes from a sturgeon farm less than two hours from san francisco. he is adding cameras and security after receiving threats and letters saying things like go back to russia. >> some of the letters have been intimidating. i know from staff that it's a lot.
we have neighbors that are ukrainian and they're mistaken for russian often. >> the business says its online sales have plummeted by about 50% in recent months. santa clara ramping up wildfire efforts, approved a program dedicated to clearing brush, maintaining fuel breaks. the program includes a special property inspector. >> prior to five years ago there was a lot of not so much this won't happen to me but it hasn't happened so why should i worry? >> the more prepared the public is, easier it is for government to respond and recover from a disaster. >> the pilot program will be rolled out to los gatos, cupertino, saratoga. sources say donald trump jr has met with the january 6 committee. he reportedly answered all questions asked without taking the fifth while testifying remotely. trump jr was with his father back stage before the stop the steel rally that preceded the
attack. two accused of attacking an officer during capitol riot are set to enter a plea agreement today and tomorrow. suspects are two of three people accused of spearheading assault on then dc police officer. he was dragged away from a police line and beaten. he says he later suffered a heart attack as a result of the brutal assault. attorneys representing the men have not responded to requests for comment. 5:39. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbs news bay area. >> americans expected to spend a record amount of mothers day this year. a look at how much more those gifts are going to cost. back in the cockpit. the much anticipated sequel is finally here. it is a cloudy start. it certainly looks gray when you look from treasure island. if you can get above the clouds, you gain a different
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the first episode of strange new worlds streams today on paramount plus. new episodes drop every thursday. it is an exciting time in san diego for global premiere of of top gun maverick. >> tom cruise returns to flying the skies on the big screen. this is the sequel to the original top gun from 1986. cruise reprizes role as maverick, a test pilot who now trains other pilots. cruise arrived by helicopter. the global premiere took place on uss mid way docked in san diego. he says after more than 30 years he was ready to make the film. >> everywhere around the world they wanted to see this movie. the story came together in a way and technically the things i felt we could give to a global audience. it was something i thought okay well if we are going to go in, we're gog in w.
>> theatemay 27 and you can watch the original on kpix may 14. 1986. it was a very good year. >> and a good movie. >> i haven't seen it. >> i can't wrap my head around the fact that you haven't. i don't know if anyone else wants to admit that. >> i have never seen it. >> you have homework. may 14, homework. >> it will give us time to brush up because i want to see the sequel. if everybody will be talking about it, i don't want to be out of the loop ever. so what's the weather? >> she didn't answer the question. >> i don't think amanda has seen it. >> you will never know. >> the view from the top of the mark hopkins. you see the bottoms of the cloud tops gracing the top of the tower. that's better than yesterday. yesterday the clouds were lower which meant we had a few issues we don't have thattoday. .
it will be an easier drive. struggling to find issues on the road, more on her in a second. view from the top of the mountains on the west side. you are waking up to mid level cloud which has filled in most of the south bay. above that, higher clouds there. this will be a noticeably cloudier day. the low clouds will disappear by late morning. high clouds never go away completely. that's walnut creek by the way. 680, 24 towards the tunnel. temperatures are warm, low 50s to start. plan a cloudy beginning to the day, relatively warm day. by the afternoon, a noticeably colder day. well, cooler. we will be 10 to 15 degrees cooler for warmer inland spots. in the south bay, numbers will be in the mid 70s. that's not as dramatic as it
will be for inland valleys of the east bay. we were maybe seven to eight degrees warmer than that yesterday. you cool seven to eight degrees here. inland valleys of the east bay, this is where you notice the change. we were near 90 yesterday. now that we have increased onshore flow, clouds have started filling in, a dramatic cool down for inland valleys. in the bay, four or five degrees cooler. that's mid to upper 60s and you will see temperatures in the north bay valleys experiencing a drop. that's a trend we'll keep over the next several days. it keeps getting cooler. by the time we get to the weekend, low to mid 60s bay area wide. it will be breezy. we have a series of weather systems passing to the north of the bay area. none of them want to bring us rain. they're going to make it cooler, keep it relatively cloudy and start turning the wind on. let's go to the drive and check with gianna. we are looking good for the most part.
still it's one of those mornings where people are behaving on the roadways. let's start with a live look from mobile 5. he is cruising right along on 680 south heading to 24, walnut creek, making that connector. hopefully he will take us towards the connector 580 and the bridge. we don't typically see brake lights until the 6:00 hour. right now it is not a bad ride. highway 4 to concord, 242, 680, it's looking nice. i did get a report of a snag. we have record of a possible accident around this area. a live look from a cal tran camera. this is the skyway off the upper deck of the bay bridge. it looks like it might be at the off ramp. it is involving a cal trans truck. it is near the bridge where you exit to the city. we'll see if that backs things
up. bay bridge toll plaza is moving okay but we are seeing extra volume into the city. it looks like things are slightly busy south bound 101 out of san francisco. the golden gate bridge is looking good. yesterday we were dealing with a little bit fog. that's not the case today. clear freeways, nice ride out of marin into the city. live look at the san mateo bridge, things are moving pretty nicely. there is extra volume west bound as you head towards 101. california is looking to embrace crypto currency. governor newsom is directing state agencies to come up with plans to promote the growth of the emerging technology. it is commonly known as virtual currency like bit coin that can be used to purchase items. but it's the underlying technology poised for future growth. >> decentralized entity that you can notarize anything on it with assurance. it can be exchange of money,
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spend a record amount of money on their mommas. national retail federation says mother's day spending is expected to total 31.7 billion, up 3.6 billion from last year. chains are making floral arrangements and jewelry sky rockets. >> what used to cost $20 can sometimes cost $42 now. >> i believe it. special outings such as dinners and brunches are driving the spending increases. we got mom a gift and she tells us she got a mother's day gift for herself. i have was like thanks, it's okay. >> my momma likes money. that's the way to her heart. >> sounds like we can be good friends. 5:51. next, new fees that can be coming as part of elon musk's
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for you i wish many things... to see all the world can be. but most of all... i wish you'll never stop wishing. we are just coming up on sunrise soon and it certainly looks like it from the camera. it's cloudy for everybody down here. santa clara, los gatos, milpitas. the cloud deck is overhead. you will not be able to see how pretty that sunrise is so i am glad we can show you the camera. sunrise at 6:09. we are pretty much coming right
on that. that's the view over walnut creek. it is not as cloudy. temperatures are in the low 50s, mid 50s in fact for warmer spots. it's a relatively comfortable start. we are going to be noticeably cooler for daytime highs. i will show you that in the forecast in a bit. new fees apparently part of elon musk's twitter take over plan. he says if his buy out bid goes through he will start charging small user fees. it will still be free for us every day users. in our next half hour, why police in the north bay want you to take a good look at this guy. the hefty reward you can get if you know who he is. it is game time from the warriowe ga check on how the seasons are expected to pan out. wake up and smell the hustle. we'll introduce you to the
on kpix5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, a tall fence surrounding supreme court. the latest on the growing controversy over abortion rights from the live news desk. family of a missing bay area woman turning in a new direction for answers. >> we want our daughter back. >> someone knows something. >> someone definitely knows something. an east bay animal shelter overwhelmed with dogs. what the shelter is doing to make it easier to help find their forever homes. look at that face. you can't compete with that. >> take him home right now.