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. debris from a boat has been found floating off the coast of pacifica. among the items causing concern life jackets ...but no people . >> debris found floating off the coast of pacifica. among the items causing so much concern, life jackets. but no people. that discovery has the coast guard puzzled and it's prompted an extensive search late into the night. ian cull joins us live from pacifica with the very latest. ian? >> reporter: tonight it's very windy and choppy out at sea
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where the coast guard finds life jackets and pieces of a boat. the question remains, where did it all come from? parts of a shredded boat launched the coast guard helicopter in cutter tonight, searching for any sign of life. authorities have not received any reports of overdue vessels, accidents or may day calls so they want to know what happened. >> this is a fairly unusual case. however, our coast guard personnel continuously trains for missions just as this one. >> pictures of the discovery show identifying marks from the vessel. tonight, the coast guard believes the full name is marco del rio. >> they continue to run variations of the vessel's game through our multiple databases. >> you can not survive in the cold water.
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basically just a boat comes in, you know. >> reporter: it's possible, but still tonight, multiple agencies are not ruling anything out. working to solve this mystery from the sea. now right now, the search is concluding, unless more information is called into the u.s. ghost coast guard in san francisco. they are asking if anybody notices those pieces of a boat or the name barca del rio, give them a call. we put the number on our website. reporting live in pacifica ian cull, nbc bay area news. now to a developing story that's sure to be a long night for firefighters. high winds have fanned seven fires in the east bay. 500 acres burned in about an hour. this is happening in a remote location in byron. nbc bay area is live tonight. what's the status of those fires.
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>> well, so far they do have some containment. i want to tell you. i want to show you why, check out that fire that's actually still burning inside the tree. you can see the wind come through. it's pushing those embers along. that is the reason why cal fire has to stay out here throughout the night to make sure the embers don't cause any further problems. >> tonight, several cal fire units are fanned out over a five-mile stretch of byron road. this is where they spent most of the day trying to get control over what they call the grant fire. the smoke and wind are a challenge for everyone trying to get around. >> it was scary. i didn't know where the smoke was coming from. . >> how long were you in traffic? >> an hour and a half. >> no movement at all.
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>> it's still not career on how the series of fighters on a busy road were started. >> investigators are looking at a sequence of events that occurred this afternoon. right now, it's under investigation. >> the wind season a concern for everyone. >> this is really bad. enthe farmers out here, all of my friends are farmers. this is very dangerous. >> byron road was open this evening at sunset. and right now, cal fire reports that the grant fire is at 35% containment. reporting live in byron, nbc bay area news. >> jeff, fire and wind, always a dangerous proposition. how much more wind are we going to continue to see? >> i still think we'll have the wind as we head into tomorrow's forecast. not quite as gusty as today.
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more fire i danger is coming our way. winds coming out of the west-sneft at 20 miles an hour. >> we still could have wind gusts as high as 29 miles an hour. so fire crews definitely out there the next 24 hours. we had winds gusting today. overnight hours, 20 to 24 miles an hour. through tomorrow morning, winds try to relax. but it's still breezy for that morning commute. especially for anyone traveling over the bridges. the wind starts to calm down. in byron, we could see winds 20 to 30 miles an hour. we'll have details at 11:19 tonight. >> jeff has been tweeting updates on the wind all evening. you can follow him on twitter if you want to stay on top of it.
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>> a pipe bomb exploded over the weekend. investigators say he was driving this car. >> the blast damage to cars. luckily no one was hurt. yesterday atf agents and danville police are blocked off of that barking lot as collected evidence. >> a woman's body found in an essex general stairwell more than a week after she went missing. some of the many questions being asked tonight. >> jessica, an engineer found ruby andersson's body on the
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hospital campus. a sheriff department's bulletin said she walked away from a behavioral health center last week. she didn't get far. that facility is right behind this building. >> a plizing pesh's bulletin for 75-year-old ruby lee anderson saying she walked away from the behavioral health center at san francisco general hospital. more than a week later, a hospital engineer found her body in a stairwell in the locked power plant building on campus. >> we're very concerned how this happened. we don't know how this woman gained access to the area where she was found. the question now is who was looking for the 75-year-old for the last eight days? the sheriff's department says it did notify the police department that anderson was missing, but did not mile a missing persons report.
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>> the horrible discovery comes five years after hospital patient lynn spalding was found dead in a general hospital building stairwell. officials say security and search procedures were changed after that deadly incident.. >> still, lots of questions tonight. now the police department, the sheriff's department and the public health department are all investigating the death. i'm told they're reviewing security footage, hoping to figure out how and when she got into this building. reporting live in san francisco, jean elle, nbc bay area news. investigators are saying a fire destroyed a concord apartment complex under construction is arson. watch this surveillance video
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closely. you can see a man in a hoodie entering the destruction construction site with a bag in his hand. he then runs out seconds later. you see him there. he doesn't have the bag and the building is already aglow behind him. the atf is offering a $25,000 award for information leading to that suspect's arrest. more shaking in the east bay. the usgf confirms a magnitude 3.2 earthquake just before 4:00 today. it is the latest to hit the bay area this week. a passenger was caught smoking in the airplane lavatory. the flight left sfo at 1:00. the pilot got on the intercom and made an unexpected announcement.
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>> on alarm goes off and he stops talking and he says actually we're going to stop right now. there. >> es a customer service emergency. >> passengers say they saw a man running back to his seat from the bathroom. witnesses say he smelled like pot. the plane made an emergency landing in san jose. he was escorted off the game. no word yet if he's facing any charges. the other passengers rebooked to other flights to lax. of. >> the two have a day planned full of meetings tomorrow. the visit comes amid u.s. talks with north korean officials amid a possible rebooted plan in singapore between president trump and kim jong-un. the question during a press briefing that brought sarah huckabee sanders to tears.
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and why cat lovers are doing on the campus that have wildlife activists a bit miffed. >> and gusty today, 39 miles an hour in concord, san francisco 38. hang on. a few more wild weather changes coming our way in the next seven days. we'll have it all for you in the next eight minutes.
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
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blame for the dwindling burrowing owl population. that )s what some wildlife activists are claiming. a group of google employees have set up cat feeding stations on the mountain view campus to help the feral cats nearby . >> google employees have set up cat feeding stations to help fer ril cat dhas live nearby. the activists say the cats are hunting burrowing owls which is a threatened species. >> you're increasing the number of predators that can be going after the owl just by putting out the cat food. >> google said it's studying the issue and will make a decision in the near future.
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>> do you recognize this toyota p prius. it happened this afternoon at the safeway store. police say the suspect was meeting a man who wanted to buy an apple i watch, but things went sour and the suspect ended up threatening the buyer anticipate steeling his wallet. a 7-eleven clerk stacked while stocking shelves. the man suspected of yielding the knife has been arrested but we don't know why it happened. police say this man walked into a convenience store and stabbed a clerk. happened on friday afternoon. he was found sometime later and is now facing attempted murder charges. as for the clerk, he's expected to be okay. while fighting for his job anticipate for the rule of law. today, embattled judge aaron persky took center stage to stop a recall vote against him. the judge has faced relentless criticism since handing down
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what many called a lenient sentence to a former stanford swimmer convicted of sex assault. we have more on the last-minute push. >> but he is silent no more. >> we must follow the rule of law. we must not follow the rule of public opinion. >> we cannot. >> the judge joined supporters and the district attorney who criticized persky's sentencing of brock turner but is against the recall. >> what needed to happen was to change the law that the next brock turner would go to prison. and the law was changed. >> someday you may be on the right side of the law and the wrong side public opinion. >> and when you step into a courtroom before a judge, you
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will expect, you will request, you will demand a judge who will follow the rule of law. >> but recall advocates say supporters have attacked the credibility of the assault victim. >> what woman would feel comfortable having her sexual assault case adjudicated by this judge after this kind of statement statements have come from his campaign. >> robert honda, nbc bay area news. >> election day isless than a week away. the team is making it easy to get up to speed on all the candidates and the issue ps. you should check it out. it's got all the information on it. some emotional moments when a bay area student had the white house press secretary fighting back tears. >> we recently had a lockdown. we worry about the fact that our friends could get shot at
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school. specifically, can you tell me what the administration has done and will do to prevent these senseless tragedies. >> i think as a kid and certainly as a parent, there is nothing that could be more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not feel safe. i'm sorry you feel that way. >> sarah huckabee sanders is the mother of three. as you saw, she became emotional as she sympathized with bengie. tomorrow, trump plans to meet with victims of the school shooting in santa fe, texas. >> keeping up with president trump in the oval office, reality tv star kim kardashian visited the white house for a meeting with senior adviser jared kushner. kushner is working to overhaul the country's prison system. lastee, she tweeted an article about her imprisonment.
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now kim kardashian is urging president trump to pardon johnson. one step closer to allowing last call a little bit later. that bill to extend alcohol sales cleared another hurdle. today the senate ruled cities are allowed but not required to extend the sale of alcohol and bars and restaurants to as late as 4:00 in the morning. the bill was authored by scott weiner and applied to seven major california cities including san francisco, oakland, sacramento and los angeles. that bill now to the assembly. it was certainly blustery outside and a lot cooler. >> we will keep colder temperatures at least until we head through tomorrow's forecast. let's go ahead and take you to the forecast tonight. we've been telling you about the system that dropped down. the change i see tomorrow is it's moving more off to the east.
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that should help us to not be quite as windy. we're still calling it a breezy day. this will continue to bring back fog for tomorrow morning that looks like it will be a little bit thicker than what we've been used to lately. eely clouds for the south bay. mist and drizzle into the east bay. we're going to see not quite as cloudy for the north bay. but right here along the peninsula. we'll have that cloud cover to start possibly some spotty drizzle. hold on to that through about 11:00 in the morning. then once we hit tomorrow afternoon, sunshine is on the way. if you're heading to the coastline, with eeel still have some cloud covering lingering in the forecast.
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that's going to have a huge impact tomorrow on the temperature. i see numbers tomorrow about ten degrees below average. 65 in cupertino. 67 in san jose. firefighters will be watching out for the wind. 64 in hayward. right through the peninsula. only 64 in redwood city. and 61 in san mateo. you really might need a light jacket for a lot of the may into the afternoon tomorrow. winds up to 22 miles an hour and the marina, 59 degrees. we have mild 71 in napa. we'll go milder as you see in san francisco. 69 in saturday. and back don to some cooler.
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drier over the next seven days. for cities away from the coastline, much more dramatic differences in our temperatures. a big jump from 70 tomorrow to 85. then by saturday, 95. on sunday, we're at 90. higher fire dapger this weekend. i don't see anything in the way of extremely gusty winds. just be careful. keep a watch out and enjoy the warm weather once it gets here. up next, a major announcement from the american cancer society. also we have jimmy. >> cardi b is my first ever co-host. she's here for the whole show. plus cardi performs.
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stay tuned. .soing concussions, the steps a former raider and 49er are taking to keep student athletes safe. >> and keeps quiet. our consumer investigator looks into confidentiality agreements. what you need to consider before signing.
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i call it like i see it. the race for governor has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have. generation. more people are being diagnosed with colorectal cancer. so the american cancer society now recommends people get screened starting at age 45. that )s five years earlier than previously recommended. colorectal cancer is the third
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>> the american cancer society is remming people be getted for colo rectal cancer by the anyone 45. that's five years earlier than the former recommendation. >> their risk for an individual developing colo rectal cancer is beginning to move younger. >> colon os coscopies are the m effective way to get screened. extra help on dirty b.a.r.t. trains. cleaning crews are on alert to keep riders safe. for the first time ever, teams will check most of the traens that come through the mcarthur and late merit station platforms. riders can also report things like seeing used needles to the operator. recently b.a.r.t. has come under fire for dirty trains. coffin sumer reports is now recommending people buy tesla model 3. this comes after they fixed the braking issue with a software
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update. there were still a few issues with the car including wind noise. tesla is working to fix those problems as well. still ahead, gearing up up for the nba finals. the health of a key player for the warriors. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment. in the streets and in the capitol, i'll stand with them. jeff bleich. democrat for lieutenant governor.
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is building... as the warriors and the cleveland cavaliers are set >> a live look at oracle arena where the excitement is building. the warriors will have to again make up for the loss of andre iguodala. the team announced today he's still recovering from a leg contusion. he's going to be out for name gun. the team spoke about the significance of playing at oracle. >> you can't give away games at this stage. now to baseball, the giants are in colorado take on the rockies. leaving the national league west right now.
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the gianting trudging through there one. evan longoria to the fastball for a triple. the giants take the lead and go on to get the 7-4 win to close out the series for the rockies. the a's hosting the tampa bay raies. the a's about as cold as that wind tonight. they couldn't get anything off of any than ivaldi making his first start since 2016. back with an update in a moment.
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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tonight. you can see that flag whipping in the wind. before we go... let )s get a final check of the forecast from jeff. thanks for joining us our next newscast is today in the bay- tomorrow at 4:30 >> a final forecast. >> sustained winds, about 20 to 25 miles an hour in the area of the seven vegetation fires. winds at 23 miles an hour. still could gust up to 29 as we head into your thursday forecast. temperatures that's the good news. not too hot tomorrow. we're going to go up to a warmer 85 on friday.
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fire danger is back once we hit saturday and sunday with hot 90s. doesn't look like any big wind with that heat right now. humidity will be low. monday, tuesday, wednesday, temperatures will be dropping down into the 830s. -- 80s. typical dry summer pattern. everybody just needs to really kind of be on alert. a lot of cities have weed abasementment rules that kick in in june. got to do it. >> bring that down to my house. see tho you tomorrow. bye-bye. >> cardi b: hi everybody. it's me, cardi. jimmy don't know that i'm out here so shh! the lights look good. ooh, i look so cute! [ light laughter ] okay, so things are going to be just a little bit different. so, stay tuned and watch "tonight show." i'm so excited. [ audience ohs ]


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