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i'm frank mallicoat. good morning. time now is nearly 5:00. we want to go to a developing story. we have some live pictures out of arlington, virginia. police are investigating a suspicious vehicle at the pentagon. we do know that one person has been nene custody. but they are still looking for one or two other people. they believe they may also be involved. the car was found in the bushes near the pentagon parking lot. lawrence karnow has the weather forecast. he has been popular. >> of course, this is the last full week of spring. today no exception. we'll still see warm temperatures inland and sunny skies and 82 in concord, 76 and
sunny in san jose. cloudy in oakland, 68. san francisco 64 breezy in the afternoon. fog at the coast. we'll talk about that and your weekend forecast in a few minutes. first elizabeth has traffic. >> our big traffic story this morning actually has to do with mass transit. we are expecting more muni delays for this morning. we have video from yesterday. the problems are on the n-judah and j-church lines. they were shut down yesterday after a train damaged a power box and pulled concrete supports from the walls. we have been on and off the phone with muni. they expect service to be restored sometime this morning. unfortunately they don't know when. right now expect delays and shuttle buses in place on the n line and the j line. back to you guys. >> thank you. michelle le's family is planning an all-out effort to
find her. anne makovec is in hayward where volunteers are gathering in a few hours. looks like they found new information, right? >> reporter: yeah. this is all going to be compiled into this intensive three-day search starting here at this command post in hayward this morning at 8:00. they are going to be searching some of the rural areas in southern alameda county as well as going back to the parking lot where michelle le's car was last found parked, all areas identified as possibilities from le's cell phone records. the family held a press conference yesterday trying to keep this case in the headlines. the police have classified it as a homicide but her body hasn't been found so the family homicide out hope she could be alive. le hasn't been seen since may 27 at kaiser medical center in hayward where she is enrolled in a class. she left during a break and never returned. now, her car did exit the parking lot and was found parked nearby. investigators say that they have found, quote, compelling evidence that does point to homicide. but they have not said exactly
what that is. we have also heard that they have a surveillance tape that shows michelle in the garage. but they won't say exactly what's happening in that video. the family and the class foundation have put up a substantial reward hoping for a positive outcome. >> the reward is 65k and i know that's just money but to us, we will do everything and anything to get her back home and if it were a message to whoever has anything to do with it, it would just be, please bring her back safely. >> reporter: family members from around the country are arriving to take part in this three-day search starting today going through sunday. if you want to help how the, come to the command post any of those days, 25350 cypress avenue in hayward. you have to be 18, have a photo
i.d., be wearing long pants and closed toed shoes to comb through rural areas looking for michelle le. and you may have heard the name the klaas foundation. polly klaas was kidnapped and killed. her father has been pro-active in a lot of kidnapping cases and he is now helping out the le family. >> anne makovec in hayward, thank you. we will have more information about the search. just go to cbssf.com and click on "links and numbers." a suspected bay area serial killer kept a handwritten list of women's names according to some new court documents. those documents show joseph naso had a safety deposit box containing a list of ten women including the four prostitute he is charged with killing in northern california. the box also had photos and
news clippings on the murder. the document cites dna on his wife's pantyhose which may have been used to kill other women. this morning prosecutors will decide whether to press charges against the college student arrested for refusing to pull up his pants on a plane this week. 20-year-old deshon marmon of san francisco was trying to fly back to the university of new mexico on wednesday after attending a friend's funeral. the pilot decided to kick marmon off the plane after he refused to pull up his pants. marmon has been in the san mateo county jail ever since then. u.s. airways says it does not have a specific dress code but customers are asked to dress in an appropriate manner. appropriate attire, though, doesn't necessarily mean a suit and tie anymore. >> i think everyone like has a right to wear what they want. and it's just like a freedom of expression. >> i don't like seeing their underwear! >> people treat you professionally if you look professional.
if you look like a slob, you'll be treated poorly. >> marmon's mother said u.s. airways has banned her son from all future flights. this morning dozens of homeowners are all lined up down in san jose hoping to get a little relief from their mortgages. >> kiet do is at mcenery convention center with more on this event called save the dream. and kiet, a lot of people are already there, right? >> reporter: yeah. a lot of people and really this is the face of the great recession. a lot of people are desperate, their homes are under water, they are upside-down on their mortgages and dozens have been here since 8:00 last night trying to get relief. they have been here since late yesterday evening and this event starts at 8:00 this morning. they are here for what they call the save the dream tour. the dream that they are saving in this case is the american dream, their home. in previous events across the country thousands of people have shown up. folks basically come in and sit down with counselors who work
for the nonprofit neighborhood assistance corporation of america and here's how it works. they figure out how much they can pay and then walk over to banks and lenders in the same room and hopefully get their mortgages restructured right on the spot. now, the nonprofit group says often they get an approval rate from lenders of more than 50%. some homeowners are seeing their interest rates dropping to as low as 2%. for some people that would make all the difference. >> hope that they accept it and lives up to one-third of my income. >> reporter: if you don't get accepted and your mortgage isn't lowered? >> i have to grin and bear it. >> reporter: the event is called the save the dream tour at the mcenery convention center in downtown san jose. it starts today and goes through wednesday. it goes from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. best of all this is free. so they are expecting several thousand people so we'll have to wait to see. in other cities we saw 10, 000 people showing up on the first
day. so we'll stick around throughout the morning and let you know how it goes. this should be a sizable event in downtown san jose. back to you. >> thank you. let's get you caught up with a little traffic and weather. i think it looks like a good friday. >> fantastic. we're looking good weather- wise. we are seeing fog at the coast now but that is going to for the most part stay out at the beaches. that means mostly sunny skies inland. temperatures running into the 50s around the bay area. by the afternoon we are going to get things nice and warm especially inland. 80s showing up in the valleys, 81 livermore, 82 concord. 70s inside the bay. 50s and 60s at the coastline. the weekend looks good although just a couple of patches of fog at the coastline cooler toward tomorrow. looks like by sunday, elizabeth, we start to warm temperatures up. next week some 90s make a return. >> mother nature doing nice by dad. thank you, lawrence.
dublin interchange westbound 580 so far, so good. it's going to be a little sluggish through livermore still because we had that earlier accident approaching north livermore avenue in those westbound lanes. now, it is cleared to the right shoulder. i just checked the sensors and it looks like things are improving through the stretch. slower looky-loo traffic so it's causing delays towards pleasanton. to our maps. we'll show you what else is going on out there. muni delays. big story this morning. again, the delays are expected on the n-judah and the j-church lines. there was an accident yesterday, one of the muni lines damaged the power box and so they have to do some subway repairs this morning. sometime this morning they hope to get service back to normal but right now for the start of your morning commute, expect delays and shuttle buses are in place. that is your traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. his career in congress is done so what's next for anthony weiner? the famous name offering him a job. quite famous.
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a deadly shooting at a restaurant. 22-year-old clem an oakland man is expected to be arraigned today in connection with a deadly shooting at a restaurant. 22-year-old clem thompkins is suspected of killing two people wounding four others in april at sweet jimmie's near jack london square. thompkins was arrested wednesday in richmond. the shooting was believed to be the result of a botched robbery attempt. the man accused of
kidnapping and holding jaycee dugard for 18 years has moved into a new cell. phillip garrido is chance federer to corcoran state prison in the central valley. he will have notorious neighbors including juan carona and charles manson. governor brown vetoed the state budget passed by state lawmakers. the governor says instead, he wants to focus on reaching a compromise with the legislature's republican minority on whether to extend a series of tax increases. they were set to expire on june 30. it raises questions about whether state lawmakers should keep getting paid because under voter-approved proposition 25, if lawmakers don't pass a balanced budget by june 15, they stop getting paychecks. >> we clearly met the obligation to pass a balanced on-time budget. what's at issue now is much more important than pay. >> republicans say the democratic majority passed the
budget plan knowing it would likely be vetoed. state controller john chiang a democrat says his office will take a close look at the vetoed plan. if the proposele proposal would not have balanced the budget, they may not get paid. >> they will probably get paid. that's the way it works. 5:14. the fifth suspected arson in weeks. where a firebug has struck again in the east bay. >> and text, lies and tears. the next step for anthony weiner, the media mogul who wants the former congressman on his team. and we are looking at some clouds moving in along the coastline. should be okay heading out of sfo today. 65 degrees and passing clouds. los angeles cloudy this morning and the temperatures not all that warm. 67 degrees. a lot of clouds toward the afternoon. but we'll see some sunshine in between. if you want more sun and you
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volunteers will look for the missing nursing student in undisclosed locations in the east bay. le disappeared three weeks ago. 20-year-old deshon marmon will find out this morning if he will be charged with various crimes or if he will be released. he has been in the san mateo county jail since wednesday when a u.s. airways pilot had him removed from a plane for refusing to pull up his saggy pants. homeowners are already lining up this morning outside mcenery convention center in downtown san jose. many are desperate to get free help with their mortgages. the event begins at 8:00 this morning and it runs through wednesday. all right, friday, time to start thinking weekend. i think the weekend weather will be nice especially on father's day. mostly clear inland. patchy fog beginning to develop inside the bay and at the coast. more fog a sign of cooler temperatures but not bad toward the afternoon. 70s and 80s again in some of
the interior valleys, 60s inside the bay 70s at the santa clara valley and50s and 60s at the coast. cool there as you will see fog at the coast but you get away from the immediate coast and we are going to get sunshine. that means temperatures looking very nice into the afternoon. plan on about 76 degrees santa clara, 73 in mountain view, about 74 in union city. as you head well inland those temperatures turning into the 80s. you can see the nice oranges toward the sacramento valley. 70s in toward the tri-valley and 60s back inside the bay. north bay temperatures running up into the 50s and 60s coastside. 70s and 80s in the valleys. next couple of days we are going to keep it cooler through saturday but by sunday, looks like temperatures warm up and it could be a return to some 90s as we look toward next week. that's a look at weather. elizabeth has traffic. >> thanks. we are going to talk about muni. we got off the phone with them. crews are working to fix this problem. but for right now, no estimate on when they are going to get service restored. if you are just waking up with
us, delays for a second straight day on muni's n line and the j line. so the k, l and m lines are all running normal. but those two leans right there, they still have shuttle buses in place and again no estimate even though they said earlier they hoped to get service restored at some point during the friday morning commute. bart, ace and caltrain on time. on the roads conditions at the bay bridge toll plaza, so far, so good. no problems here. showing into san francisco this morning, it looks good. and all the approaches are moving fine, as well. no issues all the way across the upper deck. roadwork in novato not causing big delays. remember kcbs, our radio partners, at 740-am and 106.9- fm. back to you.
>> thank you. new york's governor will like long island a special election to replace "sexting" congressman anthony weiner. he is now looking for a new job after stepping down from his post yesterday. >> today i am announcing my resignation from congress. i had hoped to be able to continue the work that the citizens of my district elected me to do. unfortunately, the distractions that i have created has made that impossible. >> 46-year-old weiner hinted he is not finished with public service. he says he wants to find, quote, other ways to contribute my talent. porn publisher larry flint has already offered weiner a job. no word from mr. weiner on whether or not he will take it. i think he will pass and hide in the bushes for long, long time here. >> we'll have to see. all right. 5:21. most of us have had problems ordering food but there is one woman where it was so bad, she actually called 911. you have to hear it. >> plus, fired up hockey fans
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vancouver, british columbia. nine police officers are among those who were hurt in the violence which follows vancouver's loss to boston in the stanley cup finals on wednesday night. nearly 100 people were arrested. officers blame the riots on anarchists who came from outside the city. hundreds of people have now written apologies about the rioting on a wall in downtown vancouver. many of them returned to the area yesterday to help clean up the damage caused by the rioters. 5:25 now. another suspicious fire in antioch this one breaking out last night in a field behind homes on point dume court. homeowners saw three kids running away from a fire in a nearby field this weekend. this is the fifth fire in the area the last couple of weeks. so far no homes have been damaged but fire crews are worried conditions are ripe for a much bigger fire. quite a story here. a woman calls 911 over chinese take-out. >> it happened in savannah, georgia. we have the tape to prove it.
take a listen. oh, the food! they gonna give me the wrong food. they don't tell me i ain't -- they gonna have to give me my money. no, i [ indiscernible ] >> all right. >> the okay. so the money she was trying to get back, it was all of 69 cents. police did go to the restaurant because the customer was being unreally. she was scolded but they decided not to arrest her for 69 cents. >> you can't mess around with 911. they get a little angry with that quickly and they will come over for another reason, to arrest you, if you're not good. 5:26 now. a warning for parents, why thousands of bunk beds are being recalled this morning. >> plus search for new evidence in the bryan stow case. why defense lawyers are now going door to door. and a renewed search for michelle le here in hayward. a three-day search starts today. we'll tell you how you can help
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>> i'm grace lee. it's 5:29. we were just talking about the weather. is it going to be one of those days where it's warm in the sun but cold in the shade? >> yes. warm sunshine to the valleys today but boy, going out at the coast, you want to grab a jacket. it's going to be cool. still 82 degrees mostly sunny into concord. 76 into san jose. 68 into oakland. a little breezy there and the winds will blow through san francisco with a couple of clouds moving by. we'll talk more about that and also your weekend forecast in a couple of minutes. right now let's check traffic with elizabeth. >> thank you. we are going to take you out live towards the golden gate bridge. this is the bright spot this morning. everything is quiet through marin county. unfortunately, we are dealing with a couple of problem spots already this morning including a wind advisory for one bridge, we have a new accident through the sunol grade and we are still dealing with muni delays we'll wrap it up for you coming up in the next little bit. in the meantime, back to you guys. >> thank you. 5:30. there is a massive search for a missing nursing student kicking
off this morning. >> michelle le disappeared three weeks ago. anne makovec is in hayward with the clues the family is going on now. >> reporter: they are holding out hope against hope, frank, this morning. this is the command post here in hayward where the search is going to start this morning at 8 a.m. it is going to be a three-day search organized mainly by the family. they are going to be going over some of the areas that police have already searched but they are going to go over it with a fine-tooth comb. some rural areas in southern alameda county as well as the parking lot where michelle le's car was originally parked the last time she was seen. all this information is coming from le's cell phone records. her family held a press conference yesterday trying to keep the case in the headlines. the police have classified it as a homicide but le's body hasn't been found so the family hold out hope she could be alive. she hasn't been seen since may 27 at kaiser medical center in hayward, where she is enrolled in a class. she left during a break and
never returned. her car did exit the parking lot and was found parked nearby. now, investigators say that they have found compelling evidence that points to homicide. they have not said what that is. we have also heard that they have a surveillance video that shows michelle le in the garage but they won't say what's happening in the video. the family and the klaas foundation have put up a substantial reward and here's what they have to say about what they are hoping for. >> you know, if it was your daughter, your sister, your cousin, you know, your friends, you wouldn't give up hope until she is found. >> reporter: now, family members from around the country are arriving to take part in the search today. it goes on through sunday. if you want to help out, the command post is at 25350 cypress avenue in hayward starting at 8 a.m. you can come today, tomorrow or sunday. you just have to be 18 and have a photo i.d., bring long pants
and close toed shoes because a lot of searchers will be walking through rural area where there is a lot of brush and hills. not a pleasant place to search. so no stone will be unturned in those areas, hopefully the police didn't miss anything the first time they went around so search starting this morning at 8 a.m. >> anne, we not public and the media haven't been privy to the surveillance video. has michelle's family seen it? >> reporter: we don't know that. i don't believe they have. we not police are planning to turn that video over to the fbi. le's family says they hope she is alive. that is all, you know, a gray area. investigators always like to keep a lot of that under their hat so in case they find a suspect, they are able to have some of that information in their pocket that only the suspect would know which would eventually help with the prosecution. >> absolutely. okay, anne makovec live in
hayward, thank you. a suspected serial killer kept a list of women in his home many of those women on that list turning up dead. court documents show joseph naso had a safe deposit box containing a list of 10 women including the four prostitutes he is charged with killing in northern california. now, the box also included the women's photos and news clippings of the murders. the documents also cited dna evidence on naso's wife's pantyhose, which may have been used to strangle one victim. naso is suspected in another cold case around the country as well. defense attorneys for the prime suspect in the bryan stow beating case are seeking some new evidence. an l.a. tv station reports lawyers are going door to door asking for surveillance video of giovanni ramirez. they are confident that the video will show ramirez with hair. witnesses to the attack says the suspect didn't have hair at the time. ramirez is in jail on a
separate charge. the saggy pants passenger, will he be charged or freed? san mateo county prosecutors have to decide by 11:00 this morning. 20-year-old deshon marmon of san francisco was trying to fly back to the university of new mexico on wednesday after attending his friend's funeral. his football coach says the school plans to support him and help him move forward. time now is 5:35. we were kind of wimping out here saying it was cold yesterday. i was on market street. one side where the sun was it was cold the other side it was warm. >> how about full sun trying to soak in the vitamin d, lawrence? >> we were spoiled there for a couple of days, weren't we? we had the offshore winds and that brought nice sunny warm temperatures all around the bay area. but some changes now as we are seeing more fog and low clouds moving in along the coastline and that's going to cool down the temperatures. chilly at the zoo, warm at the ballpark. so a variety of temperatures
around the bay area. 40s and 50s this morning, partly cloudy skies especially the patchy fog at the coast. mostly clear inland and that's the way it's going to stay all day. some 80s in the valleys as you approach the coastline be careful, temperatures cooling off could get chilly at the beaches. that's a look at weather. elizabeth has traffic. >> if you are a muni any ride it's not going so well. if you are dealing with delays this morning, this is some video taken yesterday. this is the second straight day for these delays. crews are out there right now working to pictures problem but they had trouble after a train damaged a power box and ripped down wires. all the underground muni metro lines were affected for hours yesterday. the n-judah and j-church lines were closed so we just got off the phone with muni. they say to expect more delays this morning. again, shuttle buses are in place. no word yet on an estimated time for restoration of service. on the maps, across the bay area new accident just reported southbound 17 approaching 280
so fire crews are out there, saying to expect delays out of downtown san jose on 280 itself. so far traffic is still light on 280 itself. that is your traffic and weather. back to you. >> thank you. this morning, homeowners are lining up in downtown san jose, they have been lining up all night, because they are desperate for help to deal with mortgages. >> kiet do has more from mcenery convention center. >> reporter: good morning. overnight in some case, we have been out here for about an hour and we have seen this line double. it's upwards of about 100 people now. as you mentioned, they are all desperate. they owe way more on their homes than they are worth and they are hoping to get some kind of relieve from the banks. some have been here since 8:00 last night some as far as sacramento for the save the dream tour. the dream necessary case is the american dream -- the dream in this case is the american
dream, their house. they sit down with a counselor and figure out how much they can pay and walk over to the banks and lenders and try to figure something out here. hopefully, get some of their mortgages restructured. everybody in the same room all under one roof. the nonprofit group of neighborhood assistance corporation of america says that on the same day assistance here, they get about a 50% approval rate. and if you give them sometime they say 80% of the people who walk through the door get some kind of relief. some dropping their interest rates down to 4, 3 to even 2%. for a lot of people, that makes a huge difference. >> i'm desperate. i mean, i don't know what else we're going to do. i mean, work's slowing down. my wife's not barely working. and we're just trying to make it like everybody else in america, we are trying to survive and life is getting tough with the mortgages and everything else going up. it's making it hard for people to do things. >> reporter: and so the event is called the save the dream tour at the mcenery convention
center in downtown san jose. it starts today, goes through wednesday at 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and best of all it is free. so we spoke to some of the organizers on why this thing works and they say that there is no phone calls, there's another e-mails or faxes that the banks can hide behind. everyone is face to face under one roof and when you're looking at the customer and your lender eye to eye they say it makes a huge difference and that's why it's successful. >> good to hear. hope they get help. kiet do in san jose, thank you. 5:39 now. it's back to the drawing board for state lawmakers. governor brown vetoed the democrats' budget plan yesterday. now, the governor says he instead wants to focus on reaching a compromise with republican lawmakers on whether to extend a series of tax increases set to expire at the end of the month. will lawmakers get paid? under prop 25 they are not supposed to if they miss the june 15 deadline. >> we clearly met the obligation to pass a balanced
on-time budget. what's at issue now though is much more important than pay. >> republicans contend the democrats passed the budget plan knowing it would likely be vetoed by the governor. state controller john chiang a democrat says his office will look at the vetoed plan and if it would not have balanced the budget, chiang plans to halt lawmakers' pay. stay tuned. time now is 5:40. just resigned but this morning the job offer for a new york congressman from out of the blue. >> that's right. plus, the man who kidnapped jaycee dugard moves into new digs. the notorious killers now living near phillip garrido. ♪ the rich aroma gets you up ♪ looking forward to your first cup ♪ morning! big day, huh? thank you. ♪ oh that mountain grown taste, ♪ ♪ just what you need ♪ for the big race. daughter: morning mom!
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good morning. we have a nice friday indeed. starting out with good weather over the bay now, couple of high clouds moving by. patchy fog at the coast. some of that trying to sneak into the bay right now a sign of cooler weather in the works for today and saturday. traveling around the bay area this morning, clear start to most pots inland couple of patches of fog at the bay, sfo and hayward area. low clouds and fog hugging the coast and continues to fill in this morning. by the afternoon, you will find some warm sunshine in the valleys. 70s and even some 80s inland. inside the bay, probably mostly sunny skies as we head toward the afternoon just a couple of passing clouds. 60s for the most part, 70s at the santa clara valley and 50s a couple of low 60s at the coastline, cool at the beaches. but you can find sunshine inland, fog at the coast today
and tomorrow. after that, things begin to change. father's day looking nice. 77 morgan hill sunny today. 74 fremont. 75 degrees and beautiful sunshine into palo alto. breezy in oakland and alameda, berkeley and richmond. you will see that wind kicking up in the afternoon. 80s in the valleys. 50s and 60s at the coast and foggy. tomorrow cooler temperatures, more fog and low clouds. after that, things change. high pressure builds in temperatures warm up. tell you what looking toward next week, temperatures really heat up maybe some mid-90s as we head toward the middle of next week. is that too hot for you, elizabeth? >> no. considering i'm freezing in our cold studio that 96 sounds nice. thank you, lawrence. san jose we have sounds like a
bad accident right here, southbound 17 past the 280 interchange an overturned car. crews responding for possible injuries. not sure about blocked languages. sensors not picking up slowing but expect delays. the rest of the south bay looks quiet out of downtown san jose. that's what it looks like on 280. 101 also moving fine immune knit big problem spot since yesterday actually and they are still dealing with them at this hour. we got news from our radio partners kcbs. they are saying crews are wrapping up work to the -- there was dang done yesterday to the overhead wires that caused these delays on the n- judah and j-church lines. so they are telling us that they are just wrapping up repair work right now so they hope to get service back to normal momentarily. but in the meantime, this caused huge delays for much of the morning commute yesterday and we'll let you know once they get muni service completely back to normal. but in the meantime, there are
shuttle buses in place for the n line and the judah line the -- n line and the j line. all other muni buses are on time. in san jose, we have our photographer edgar live this morning near the alum rock exit and everything is moving fine on northbound and southbound 101. that is your traffic and your weather. back to you. >> thank you. in the headlines, three-day search for michelle le will begin this morning. volunteers will join family and friend of the nursing student. the search will focus on undisclosed areas of the east bay. and san mateo county prosecutors have to decide this morning whether to file charges against deshon marmon. he is the college football player who was removed from a flight at sfo for failing to pull up his pants when the crew asked him to. he is in jail. right now, homeowners are lined up in downtown san jose. these are live pictures, to get
free help with their mortgages. the save the dream tour has drawn big crowds in other cities. it begins at 8:00 this morning and runs through wednesday. the man who gunned down an oakland journalist and another man in 2007 now admits it was morally wrong. in a jailhouse interview with "contra costa times," devaughndre broussard said he will likely express his remorse publicly when he is sentenced in august. broussard confessed to killing chauncey bailey and michael wills in oakland three years ago. he faces up to 25 years in prison as part of a plea deal. two other men who took part in the shooting were convicted of first-degree murder charges earlier this month. phillip garrido will have some notorious neighbors in his new prison. he has been transferred to corcoran state prison in the central valley. who is also there? cult killer charles manson and serial killer juan carona. garrido will spend the rest of his life in prison for
kidnapping jaycee dugard and holding her captive for 18 years. 5:47 now. a special election expected to be held in new york this comes after new york congressman anthony weiner announced his resignation. >> today i'm announcing my resignation from congress. i had hoped to be able to continue the work that the citizens of my district elected me to do. unfortunately, the distraction that i have created has made that impossible. >> yesterday, weiner apologized for what he said were personal mistakes. the married congressman admitted sending several women inappropriate messages in photos online. just hours after weiner resigned he was offered a new job working for larry flint. tmz reports the porn king is offering weiner 20% more than his congressional salary. the job would be in the internet department of flint management. no word yet from the congressman. i think a big no might be in order there. [ laughter ] police are going over photos and video that wild riot
up in vancouver. they are planning to prosecute those involved in the violence which followed vancouver's loss to boston in the stanley cup finals on wednesday. nearly 100 people were arrested and nearly 150 were hurt. officers blame the riots on quote, unquote anarchists who came from outside the city. >> they are happy in boston, though. >> yes, they are. 5:49 now. there's not too many people she hasn't interviewed but even oprah has one left on her wish list. we'll tell how she would love to sit down with. >> plus, a picture they say is worth 1,000 words. or serious charges. the obscene photo that's forcing some california students to give up their yearbooks. th is alcohol-free and has fluoride to strengthen teeth. stronger teeth and dry mouth relief. [ waves crashing ] [ gasps ] brrrr! [ giggles ] [ sea gull squawking ]
futon bed can trap a child when lowered into the flat position. '3-year-old boy died in such an accident last year. also the child's hedican get stuck between the ladder and the mattress. a company called big lots! is recall 30 thousands of those beds. there are hopeful results for a vaccine against a virus which causes cancer in girls and women. australian researchers say vaccinating girls against hpv before they become sexually active could cut the rates of cervical cancer in half. after vaccination, precancerous abnormalities on the cervix dropped most dramatically in girls under 17. this is one of the first studies to track real patients. >> give up your yearbook or face child porn charges. that's the message this morning to students at a california high school. a picture in big bear high's picture shows a sex act. the photographer captured an image showing a boy and girl at a school damages. they are in the background not
in focus so the yearbook editors didn't notice it. >> his hands were in her skirt above her area so it was not the best picture in the world. >> most students returned their yearbooks to be edited with a g- rated replacement page. deputies are collecting the rest of them. she may be the queen of talk but there's still one interview oprah dreams of getting. you think she would have everything, right? but she says she would like to interview o.j. simpson. the hollywood reporter says oprah told a cable industry group that she has a dream of o.j. confessing his crime to her. it was 17 years ago today that simpson was arrested for murder following the end fa must police chase in southern california -- infamous police chase in southern california, that white bronco. >> i remember that. i was a sports guy. the bulls were playing, we were watching the game and it's like wait a minute. they weren't sure to go off the
air and show the big car chase or not. >> couldn't keep your eyes off it. >> it was riveting back when. hey, most of us have had problems with food odors, right? one woman had a big problem so she called 911 to get help with a food order. >> here's what she had to say. >> they gave me the wrong food. they ain't gonna give me my money. >> i'll send someone to talk to you. >> yeah, all this fuss is only over 69 cents. police ended up going to the restaurant because they say the customer was unruly. they scolded her but didn't arrest her. >> i bet she doesn't do it again. >> i hope not. i hope they scolded her for calling 911 for food. >> i have wanted to call 911 but only after i have eaten certain food. [ laughter ] we have some sunshine
showing up around the bay area today. cooler in spots especially at the coaches patchy fog moving in temperatures there expected to be in the 50s and low 60s. i think we'll see sunshine though in the valleys and temperatures up in the 80s. cooler for saturday. i think we start warming things up a bit for father's day. plenty of sunshine coming our way. just a couple of patches of fog and hey, take your pick of ties. yeah. dads can like any one of those. there is one with fish on there. >> is this a billy poone production special? he did a nice job. the yellow one has fish. >> nice and bright. >> you like the purple one? >> yes. >> what does that say about you if you like purple ties? >> it says a lot. >> says i'm creative and fun engaging. >> only according to frank. >> and boring. [ laughter ] let's go out live towards the bay bridge toll plaza. so far traffic is still doing
great heading into san francisco. no issues. on the san mateo bridge, they canceled earlier wind advisory for the dumbarton bridge so now if you are crossing a bridge in the bay area, we are delay- free. that's not the case for mass transit. we are still dealing with muni delays. we had heard from a radio partners that they were hoping to restore service here momentarily on the n-judah and j-church lines. they were doing some over head wire repairs since yesterday we have seen delays. so hopefully sometime soon they will get service restored but in the meantime there are shuttle buses in place for the two lines. >> all right. thank you. >> i'm speechless. [ laughter ] >> never wear a purple tie again. thanks, guys. it is 5:56 now. all eyes on the stock market. why the debt crisis is europe is speaking wall street investors. arsonists strike again in the east bay. the fears these crimes could
get out of hand. keeping hope alive for some sort of resolution in the michelle le case. a three-day search begins this morning. we'll have the latest on how you can help coming up. and more than a dozen people have already lined up some overnight hoping to get some kind of help with their mortgages. i'm kiet do with live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. loved ones of michelle le are not giving up hope. the all out search to find the missing nursing student. help for struggling homeowners. dozens of people lined up in san jose. the last-ditch effort to keep roofs over their heads. good morning, it's friday, father's day this weekend, always a good thing. it's june 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. a big weekend, a lot of people wondering what the weather is going to be
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