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tv   CBS 5 Early Edition  CBS  May 19, 2011 4:30am-5:00am PDT

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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. an all-night manhunt after an officer-involved shooting in the city of oakland. two people shot a third suspect now caught what police recovered at the scene. new details on arnold schwarzenegger's secret son. the surprising timing of his birth and what neighbors are revealing about the boy next door. and good morning, everyone. thanks so much for joining us on this thursday, the 19th of may. i'm sydnie kohara. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 4:30. you know the guy to the right of me here, mr. congeniality, mr. lawrence, we love him a little more today. >> do we? [ laughter ] >> i'm happy because elizabeth
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happy because we have a little sunshine. >> we are going to have -- but there is a little fog out there. don't want to bring us down this early in the morning but there is some fog out there this morning. couple of clouds but hey, it's not going to rain today. we are going to see sunshine and warmer temperatures around the bay area. how about 76 degrees in concord. >> whoo! >> let's go there. >> 75 in san jose. you have 68 in oakland. and 66 degrees in san francisco. more on that forecast coming up in just a minute. elizabeth has traffic. >> road trip to concord! we have overnight roadwork eastbound 4 at loveridge ongoing roadwork eastbound. new roadwork east- and westbound 92 at hesperian delays until 5:00 but the san mateo bridge itself looks great. more traffic coming up.
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oakland police still on the scene of an overnight shooting in the fruitvale area. police shot two suspects at 10:30 last night the award and kern. those suspects are in custody as is a third suspect found in a yard nearby. there were no injuries to the officers. police haven't explained the circumstances of the shooting. anne makovec will have a live report at 5:00. new bombshell details coming out again today about arnold schwarzenegger's affair. >> it turns out that his secret son and his youngest son with maria shriver were born a week apart. elizabeth cook shows us how neighbors are describing the little boy. reporter: this picture from 1994 shows arnold schwarzenegger dancing with mildred baena, his housekeeper, who three years later would become the mother of his son. today baena and her teenaged
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son live in this bakersfield neighborhood. their home has turned into a media circus. marty steel man lives next door. >> really nice kid. it's a kid you want to have, you know? my husband taught high school for over 35 years. and there's not too many kids like this. >> reporter: the boy was reportedly born in october of 1997 a week after maria shriver gave birth to the couple's youngest son christopher. schwarzenegger was supporting his secret child and has been ever since. he supposedly told maria about the boy earlier this year. >> if people insist on calling him a bastard or a love child, then i think that will kind of cement his relationship to the world. >> reporter: dr. laura davies is a san francisco psychiatrist. she says it's essential the boy has a strong support network. >> if he has a network of family around him that says we are awesome, we like you, we think you're funny, cute, athletic, you're a great soccer
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player, little things like that can really shape your self- esteem. >> reporter: schwarzenegger has been shadowed by cameras ever since the news broke. while news crews are camped outside his child's home and school. dr. davies thinks it's in the best interest of the child to have attention shift from the 14-year-old to the former governor. >> the best thing that can possibly be done is less attention on him and more attention on the man that caused the mess. you know? it's his dad's problem, not his. >> they're right. sounds like it's an awesome kid and people should just leave the kid alone and -- >> it's not his fault. he just happened to come into the world. >> well and just let people -- you know, blame arnold and talk about him. "people" magazine is reporting that maria shriver has hired a divorce attorney. however, she has not decided whether she will officially end her marriage with arnold schwarzenegger. 4:34. new signs that injured giants fan bryan stow is
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improving. doctors have taken stow off one antiseizure medication but stow's family tells us every day is still a struggle. >> it hurts to see him lying there and not responsive to a lot of things. but we still -- there's still a lot of care for him. we love him and we talk to him. but it can be heart breaking to just see him there. >> doctors at san francisco general hospital said that stow remains in critical condition. he is still on four antiseizure medications though they say his brain has not shown any seizure activities during 30 hours of continuous monitoring. it is 4:35 now. police are warning people in belmont to look out for a man trying to pass himself off as a city sewer worker. a woman gave him access to her backyard on chula vista yard tuesday afternoon. when the woman asked for
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identification, the man said he would get away from his vehicle but instead police said he sped off. police said he may have been casing homes for burglaries. he is described as white in his early 30s, 5'5", 170 pounds, yellow hard hat, dark blue long- sleeved shirt, dark pants. he was also in a dark red van. another huge lifting job is ready to go today on the bay bridge. this morning, workers will put the cable saddle on top of the suspension tower. it is the largest such saddle in the world. and next a suspension cable will be strung across the saddle. that will take a year. then a cap will be put on top of the saddle and cable and the tower believe it or not will be done. >> what are they saying, 2013 when this is -- so a couple years away. can't believe t believe it. >> i drove across that the other day and they say don't look as you drive across. >> did you look?
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>> you can't help it! it's going to be neat when they get it done. hey, folks, we have a nice day coming up. we are right between a couple of systems, one to the east that brought rain is out of the picture now. we are in the sweet spot right now. we'll have sunshine around most of the bay area. we have a couple of patches of fog this morning, some fog showing up in the santa rosa valley. low clouds at the coast. 50 degrees in pacifica. 48 san jose. and 47 degrees in fremont. by the afternoon, look at this. starting to see a lot of orange showing up on the system as we are going to see temperatures running up into the 70s in many spots. 75 in san jose and livermore, 76 concord and santa rosa. and 66 degrees in san francisco. tomorrow more sunshine on the way. another day of very nice temperatures. but over the weekend, we have changes in the works. that trough of low pressure is going to move onshore.
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temperatures going to cool down. maybe even a couple of sprinkles, light drizzle towards sunday. tell you what, this is a good day for a road trip, right? >> head inland. how's antioch looking? >> 77 degrees. beautiful. >> concord or antioch on the agenda for today. thank you, lawrence. let's talk about san jose. our photographer set out very early this morning. you can see 101 traffic near mckee exit headlights northbound, easy ride this morning towards santa clara. yeah, 101 and 280 moving well. thank you, edgar. to our maps, a little bit of roadwork on westbound and eastbound 92 approaching claw whitter to hesperian. we have roadwork there various lanes blocked until about 5:00 this morning. meantime, the san mateo bridge itself looks great in all lanes coming off the high-rise. eastbound traffic looks great into hayward. headlights are eastbound traffic. right now the nimitz freeway 880 through oakland sensors picking up top speeds past the
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coliseum. as play minnesota at 12:35. you may find extra traffic then. overall not too bad for right now towards downtown oakland. so showed you that 101 traffic shot in mckee. across the south bay all sensors picking up top speeds. more traffic in a bit. back to you. >> thank you. elizabeth, you should did to the as game get a little sunshine there. >> good idea. today a second bail hearing will be held for the former imf chief. lawyers for dominique strauss- kahn say their client will surrender his passport and will wear an ankle bracelet. yesterday, he stepped down as head of the international monetary fund. he is accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid. it could be a farewell message from osama bin laden, although he was not likely aware of it when he made the recording. al qaeda releasing the 12 minute message online today. it was made shortly before bin
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laden's death. [ foreign language ] >> the audio was posted with a simple graphic on it. bin laden praised the unrest in the middle east. he was killed in pakistan on may 2. president obama will be delivering an address today. he is expected to defend sanctions against syria's president for his crackdown on anti-government protestors. the president is also expected to pledge economic aid to nations that embrace democratic reforms. the speech is scheduled for 8:40 this morning pacific time. this morning, the mothers of two uc-berkeley grads held in iran are going on a hunger strike. shane bauer and josh fattal face espionage charges. they are mothers believe they are fasting in prison so they have decided to join their fast in the u.s. along with sarah
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shourd. iranian authorities arrested the three in 2009. they released sarah shourd on bail last year. on capitol hill, republicans appear on the verge of blocking a uc-berkeley scholar from getting a spot on a federal appeals court. president obama nominating goodwin lou for the 9th u.s. court of appeals based in s the law professor is considered a liberal and republicans appear to have enough votes to sustain a filibuster against him. senator barbara boxer supported liu yesterday on the senate floor. >> every, single thing the man has done has turned to gold. every, single thing he has done! everything he does, he's best at. >> if republicans succeed in blocking liu, it would be president obama's first defeat on a judicial nomination. time now 4:41. it's the first for a social networking site. what linkedin's public debut
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means for silicon valley. it's the man's body and his his personal decision. >> that personal matter now up to voters. should a bay area city outlaw circumcisions? why doctors say it isn't a good idea. and the double whammy for uc students. the tuition hike coming if the governor's tax extensions don't pass. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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no rain today, patchy fog this morning. this afternoon mostly sunny 60s and 70s. the rest of the forecast is coming right up. >> thank you. 4474. san francisco could become the first city in the country to make it illegal to circumsize anyone under 18. the issue will be on the city's ballot in november. more than 12,000 voters signed a petition to require the vote. the man behind the proposed ban says circumcision is a form of mutilation. but the procedure is a cultural and religious tradition for
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muslim and jewish families. >> it's the man's body and it's his personal decision. >> we'll have to do them in oakland i guess. >> some doctors say there are medical reasons to perform the circumcisions but the american academy of pediatrics doesn't recommend them routinely. university of california students could face another whopping tuition increase in addition to the 8% hike they already face this fall. uc officials say another, wow, 32% midyear hike is possible if governor brown's plan for tax extensions is not approved. basic tuition for uc undergrads who are california residents is scheduled to increase to just over $11,000 this fall. now, that additional 32% hike would bring tuition to almost $15,000. a big public debut this morning for linkedin. this is the day the mountain view-based startup has its ipo, initial public offering. it is considered one of the
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biggest tech ipos since google. linkedin will be trading on the new york stock exchange. shares are starting at $45 giving it a valuation of about $4 billion. linkedin a business oriented social networking site. our kiet do will have a live report in our next half hour. okay. move over, oprah winfrey. >> yeah. lady gaga ousted the talk show queen for the number one spot on forbes' list of powerful celebrities. social media fans helped her rise to the top. the pop star now has more than 10 million followers on twitter -- what a getup. >> every getup is what a getup. >> look at that. >> more than any other person. >> and she only did it in just a few years. look at justin bieber. i just watched his movie. have you seen it? >> never say never. >> it's incredible. there's oprah winfrey number 2 followed by justin bieber, u-2 and elton john. charlie sheen you know he was so hot on twitter, he ranked 28th.
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>> guess how much lady gaga made last year. >> i don't know. >> $90 million. >> and i mean, it was only about 5 or 6 years ago, you know, the record company had dropped her and she was crying to her grandmother. >> she's a genius. she really is. >> you have to see never say never. i thought it was an incredible story of how social networking and these kids they saw on youtube and then he was playing sold-out madison square garden. just an incredible kid. >> very talented as well. 4:47 on your thursday now. the new hot target for thieves. would you believe it's hair extensions? how one bay area salon is stepping up security because of that. >> plus, a military plane bursts into flames in southern california. the close call for three passengers on board. >> and it's supposed to be the day the world ends. the bay area group that's cashing in on judgment day. we'll talk about that when we come back. ,,,,,,,,,,
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after we make a dingy floor look brand new, it's not uncommon for the term "hero" to be bandied about. but does bringing a floor back to life really make us heroes? yes. yes it does. ♪call 1-800-steemer. frightening military jet crash
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in southern california. this morning, the national transportation safety board is investigating a frightening military jet crash that happened in southern california. a boeing 707 tanker skidded off a runway and burst into flames during take-off yesterday. it came within a few hundred feet of the pacific ocean but no fuel leaked into the water. all three people on board had only minor injuries. congresswoman gabrielle giffords is recuperating from surgery this morning. we are expecting an update from the doctors sometime later today. yesterday they placed a plastic implanted under her scalp where her skull was removed. that was after she was shot in the head in january. the surgery took place while her husband commanded the shuttle endeavor. nasa is taking a closer look at the heat tile damage on endeavour. the crew spotted gouges and nicks in photos taken yesterday. so far nasa says there is no cause for concern, though. they have been checking the
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heat shield damage ever since the 2003 columbia explosion the mississippi river has reached a record level at vicksburg, mississippi. but forecasters now say that the crest is not quite as high as they expected earlier. northed of vicksburg a levee protecting thousands of acres of farmland is expected to prevent widespread flooding. down river in louisiana, mandatory evacuations are in effect in areas being flooded as more gates of the morganza spillway are old. >> we're look at a much better day around the bay area. we are going to see more sunshine. the temperatures are going to warm up. we are starting out with a couple of patches of fog this morning. out the door, watch out for that. 50s and 40s at this hour. by the afternoon, sunshine and temperatures into the 70s in many spots inland by the afternoon. inside the bay warmer, 60s with mild conditions. and at the coast, a mix of sun and clouds. and some breezy conditions. finally getting this low kicking to the east and that means we are going to dry out nicely across the state at
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least for a couple of days. there is a system that's a little further off that will affect our weekend. but let's enjoy these next couple of days as the ridge builds in nicely to bring mild temperatures outside and it looks like it's going to hold that system at bay until saturday. temperatures today, 77 morgan hill, 75 in san jose, 71 redwood city, 69 degrees in union city. how about the east bay? those temperatures warming up nicely well into the 70s inland. 75 degrees in livermore. 76 dublin, north bay expecting plenty of 70s well inland. how about the napa valley? looking great there. 77 in napa. 76 in fairfield. and 73 degrees in san anselmo. next couple of days we are going to see some beautiful weather as we'll see lots of sunshine through friday. over the weekend, clouds start to move back in. sunday a few more clouds begin to dig into the bay area at least a chance of some light
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sprinkles or drizzle here in the bay area. after that monday more sunshine on the way warmer temperatures as we head toward the middle of next week. let's check the traffic with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we have learned they just picked up eastbound highway 4 roadwork through pittsburg. it was scheduled to be picked up by 5:30 so they picked it up ahead of schedule. west and eastbound traffic fine from antioch into concord. benicia bridge coming into martinez here's live look at traffic. north- and southbound 680 looks great across the span. no problems in the east bay mostly green on the traffic sensors same thing in the south bay another live look at the 280 traffic. a few more headlights now approaching the 880 interchange. going to zoom into hp pavilion. princeton town is performing at 7:30 and again on saturday night as well on the 21st. so pretty cool. got a big visitor to the bay area, prince is in town.
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no issues towards san jose and mass transit is on time. 23 trains running on time for bart. bart, ace, muni metro and caltrain no delays. remember kcbs, our radio partners, at 740-am and 106.9- fm. that's your traffic and weather. back to you. >> thank you. an east bay hair salon has beefed up security after an expensive break you know. surveillance video showing burglars skipping the cash register and grabbing $50,000 worth of hair extensions from hair divas in san leandro. the owner is now as you can see installed cameras and a bull horn since the break-in. no arrests. tough time when they're stealing hair. kind of strange. you may have seen billboards and other signs all over the bay area. judgment day is this saturday or so they say. and as the so-called end nears, donations to the non-profit family radio station have
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soared. bible scholar and radio station president harold camping says may 21 is the day that true believers will be taken to heaven and everybody else "left behind" will experience a worldwide earthquake and mayhem. >> my feeling is what they are doing is they are focusing on the fear and a sense of defeatism that people have in this country right now because of all the problems we have. and instead of trying to work with and make changes in those issues, they're saying, forget about it. life's going to end anyway. >> harold camping, who is the president of the radio station, refused to talk to cbs 5. but family radio has raised more than $100 million over the last seven years. camping says there won't be a saturday. so none of those assets will be left behind so it doesn't matter anyway. >> oh, yeah... >> we really shouldn't be -- >> i guess i'll pay my bills on sunday if i'm still around. >> good idea. [ laughter ] the sharks have to be eager to get out of british columbia after last night's ugly game in the stanley cup play-offs. >> it was not a lot of fun.
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san jose led early on in this thing but it took a nasty turn again in the third period. vancouver scored four goals on its way to a big 7-3 win. the sharks had 20 penalty minutes. canucks now lead the western conference finals series two games to none but the next two are back home. game 3 tomorrow night at hp pavilion. they have to get back on track. they didn't look good. the third period was awful. >> down two games, wow. 4:56. a new push to free the cal grads held captive in iran. >> why the hikers' mothers are now sacrificing their own health. and police here in oakland are on the scene right now after they shot two people and arrested a third. we'll tell you what we know about this coming up. and there's going to be a couple of new millionaires here in mountain view as linkedin goes public in just a couple of hours.
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shot.. another caught just hours ago. the stash pol this morning oakland police investigating an officer- involved shooting. two suspects shot, another caught just hours ago. the stash police found at the scene. maria shriver and her housekeeper pregnant at the same time. new details about the birth of arnold schwarzenegger's secret son. good morning, it is thursday, may 19. i'm sydnie kohara. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. almost 5:00 on your thursday. let's get you out the door, a little traffic and weather and i think lawrence has some pretty good news today. >> nice break from the rain, huh lawrence. >> wahoo! >> no rain today, guys. that's some good news. we are going to see improving weather. we have patchy fog this morning but toward the afternoon, here comes the sun. 76 in concord, 75 sunny in san jose, plenty of sunshine into oakland at 68 degrees. couple of patches of fog into san francisco but still looking


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