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behind us for more development. >> thank you, phil. if you don't like something change it. if you can't change it change your attitude. kpix 5's len ramirez on how some san jose businesses are applying that philosophy to the new minimum wage law. >> reporter: some businesses are raising prices, some cutting back on hours and several businesses are getting together for a new awareness campaign to get people to buy and spend here in san jose as a result of this minimum wage. but businesses that have already raised the minimum wage from $8 to $10 say the impacts are not that bad. starting today, that extra $2 an hour is going into workers' pockets, their bank accounts or back into the economy. >> downtown san jose isn't the cheapest place to live but with extra money i think it goes a long way. >> reporter: phil's coffee near san jose state boosted its employees' pay from $8 to $10 an hour in january and found it
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was good for business. >> we noticed team members are working harder and giving better service and are happier so the stores got businesses ye? >> he says so far phil's is doing well. >> some have absorbed it. >> there is a unified approach to deal with the awareness campaign called "earn 'n' spend in san jose." >> this is a way particularly for the 60% or so of voters in san jose that supported this back in november to come show their love to these businesses. >> reporter: customers who don't mind paying a little extra now say they will get it back over time. >> it generates a healthier income for a community when you're paying people a decent wage for a days' work. it is estimated that san
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jose has about 40,000 minimum wage workers who just got a raise and studies by a washington think tank and uc- berkeley show that raising the minimum wage by only a dollar generates about $190 million a year in new spending. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. one more note on the san jose job market. a federal program helping at- risk kids now at risk itself. after a $100 million budget shortfall, the u.s. department of labor says it is freezing enrollment in the job corps program nationwide until the end of june. and it will likely cut 100 staff members from its san jose program. that represents almost two- thirds of the san jose staff members and for young people interested in enrolling the news is disappointing. >> it's a bummer because a lot of people here in san jose really need this school because there's a lot of people in high school dropping out and this is like their second chance. >> u.s. senator bob casey of pennsylvania says the
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enrollment freeze could keep as many as 30,000 disadvantaged youth across the country from getting job training this year. a man arrested in connection with a crash in daly city that killed three people apparently was fleeing another hit-and-run. a memorial has been growing where three members of the same family died a fourth person seriously hurt. the crash happened saturday night in the 100-block of eastmoor avenue just wednesday of 200. ken bastida has more on the lone survivor. >> reporter: we are here on eastmoor and people have been coming by to place flowers and candles at the site of this accident. really an horrific crash according to police who say debris was scattered over 350 feet on this street. the force was so great. let me show you where witnesses say this started. there was a red honda parked here on the side that apparently pulled out into
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traffic to make a u-turn. when that happened, a bmw that was driven by 28-year-old dennis masado according to police slammed into the honda and the force was so great that one of the passengers aboard was ejected. one person heard the crash and came to help. >> initially in the car i saw three people in it. they seemed unconscious. so, you know, there was one late did i on the floor near the platform there laying there. so i tended to her first. she didn't respond right away. once i returned to the car, the girl that survived responded. second time i went to her to wake her up, she responded by moaning and i kind of really -- [ pause ] >> reporter: he did what he could. the coroner's office confirming
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the identity of the three people killed. they were all in the same family. a 20-year-old his little 14-year- old brother and their mother, 50 years old. all three killed in this crash. one 14-year-old girl sitting in the back seat survived the accident, is in critical condition at the hospital. police say this accident is compounded by somebody driving fast trying to avoid the law and this crash occurred. live in daly city, ken bastida, kpix 5. the suspect, dennis masado is expected to be arraigned this week. in other headlines san jose police cars blocked off murtha drive and capitol avenue this morning as officers investigated the city's ninth homicide of the year. a man was shot in the chest and found dead in the street. so far, police do not have a
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suspect. in san francisco, police believe a homeless man was sleeping on top of an elevator when he was crushed. his body found last night in the elevator shaft at the montgomery bart station. and in san francisco, police now say the woman who held off officers with a shotgun and a hatchet for hours after breaking into a home was high on bath salts. the ordeal happened march 3rd at a home in the 2800 block of lyon street. s.w.a.t. officers negotiated with her for more than two hours before she surrendered. she faces burglary charges. a series of ads is coming to a muni bus near you. and they have people asking, are they hate speech or free speech? kpix 5's mike sugerman is in san francisco with a look at the ads being bought by a group called the american freedom defense initiative. >> reporter: liz, bus ads will be up for the next four weeks and you might not even have noticed them except the opposition to these ads is
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making a big deal about them. >> reporter: the point of advertising is to get your message heard. these bus ads are very successful. ten ads went up on muni buses today to point out what some terrorists have said, killing jews is worship, draws us closer to allah. >> the purpose of our campaign is to show the reality of jihad of the root causes of terrorism using the exact quotes and the texas that they used. >> reporter: she is with the group that put up similar billboards here last year, these. they compared israel's enemies as savages. >> the san francisco won't tolerate islamic phobic bigotry. >> reporter: san francisco d.a. george gascon led a group of city leaders denouncing the ad. >> the only thing necessary for evil to prevail is for good people to look the other way and do nothing. >> when somebody attacks our
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religious, they attack us. >> i'm using high-profile muslims and their own words. how does that paint every muslim with the same brush? i don't understand that. >> no more hate! no more hate! >> reporter: is it hate speech or free speech? doesn't seem to matter much to muni. can i swear on a bus ad? >> it depends on the issue, the ad, what you're saying. >> reporter: in this case, muni felt obligated to run the ads because in similar cases courts have ruled the first amendment applies to such ads but the transit system decided not to make money on it. >> the revenue would be about $5,000, but we're transferring that to the human rights commission to help support and encourage tolerance. >> reporter: again, there are 10 ads, 800 buses in the system, and as i mentioned before if there wasn't such a big deal about this, you might not even have seen these ads. i had a hard time finding them myself. but the opposition says we
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can't be silent when something like this happens. >> what do riders think about the ads? >> reporter: i didn't talk to any riders. i should have but i didn't. >> we'll see if this creates more controversy once people see them. thank you, mike. gone are the days of the old crown vic. there is a new police cruiser rolling into town. the upsides and downsides of the new ride. >> oh!! >> two! >> they are some of the chp's most wanted. why the highway patrol is specifically targeting women. today was certainly warmer than yesterday. but still, the day that will hit near or record warmth. we'll pinpoint that day as the news continues right here on kpix 5.
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academy.. and graduating.. are two very d the chp is hiring cadets for the first time in three years. but getting into the academy and graduating are two very different things. the only female cadet from her class to make it shows tony lopez how tough it really is. [ chanting ] >> reporter: the smile on marissa's face says it all. this 26-year-old has pushed her mind and body to the max to become the only female to graduate in her chp class. >> it's not easy. it's not easy at all. >> reporter: not easy seeing her 14 fellow female cadets drop out and 50 more men one by one. the twists and turns of her six- month journey have been the highlight of a renewed push by the chp to find more females. out of 7459 uniformed personnel, just 551 are women. that's just over 7% of the department. >> if i could change just one woman's mind, you know, about
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coming in here and doing it, i hope i could do that. >> reporter: the sergeant's job is to recruit while he tries to gather strong candidates, getting rid of long-held stereotypes. >> people think a woman can't do that job. they can do it just as well sometimes better than a man. >> reporter: chelsea hailey hopes to follow in her father's footsteps a retired chp officer. another has a more colorful reason for wanting a badge. >> just want to kick ass. >> reporter: laughter aside, she is focused on what more female officers can do. >> you might think it differently if you see more women out there. >> reporter: officer cathy deluca a 10-year veteran thinks women can bring something to the badge that most men can't. she calls it verbal judo. >> personally, i can deescalate a situation that could potentially be violent, volatile and times it just takes a female officer to calm
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the situation with just our demeanor. >> reporter: but if she has to get physical, she will. >> i'm well trained. we have one of the best academy awards in the country, i believe. >> reporter: well trained and willing to go the extra mile just like marissa and her class are doing on this cold dark morning. it's their final run before graduation. >> california highway patrol -- >> hoowa! >> the sun will be shining on graduation day. >> marissa reyes, altadena! [ applause and cheers ] >> the chp just wrapped up a testing cycle for new recruits and says it's too early to tell when it will offer applications again. >> remember when police cars looked like this? the kind of things that raced around in the streets of san francisco episodes? we're talking ford ltds, the crown vices, big, loud, absolutely fuel inefficient. well, there's a new roller in town, a lot of towns, actually.
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kpix 5's john ramos gives us a look. >> reporter: whenever police officers are called, it's a good bet they will arrive in the familiar car, the ford crown victoria police interceptor has been the workhorse of law enforcement for decades. but ford is discontinuing the crown vic because the times they are achangin'. >> what's different about this vehicle is that it is more compact. >> reporter: lieutenant peter ania is showing off pleasant hill's newest police car. it's still called an interceptor but looks like a ford taurus. front-wheel drive, more fuel- efficient and specifically designed to handle the modern communications equipment. >> this car was built with all the electronics in mind so it's more efficient and you don't have to worry about dead batteries, things like that. >> reporter: demand for leaner cars has caused companies like ford, gm and dodge to retool their law enforcement offerings. but these vehicles are also the work space for patrol officers. and they are going to have to
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get used to less spacious surroundings. >> officers nowadays, many more of them are much more physically fit and fit in the vehicle a lot better. [ laughter ] >> reporter: the tighter quarters will be noticeable for those who end up in the back seat, as well. >> i don't think it would be a comfortable fit. pleasant hill is not that large a city so the trip in anywhere, where some person got arrested to the jail isn't that far. so that's a good thing, i guess. [ laughter ] >> reporter: but ania says a car is a car and police officers will adapt to the new reality. the old workhorse is being put out to pasture in favor of one that doesn't eat quite as much hay. for years, people have been trying to change the world by choosing more fuel-efficient cars but you can tell real change has occurred when you have no choice. john ramos kpix 5. >> and do you care if the crook is uncomfortable in the back
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seat in i don't think so. pleasant hill will be replacing three cars this year as they are retired. the cost for each one about $28,000. gorgeous warm clear day, roberta. >> amazing stats. we only had san francisco at 69, richmond at 67, sfo at 64, otherwise everybody topped off in the 70s today. good evening. let's take a look at some of the current turbulence in and around our microclimates beginning with the south bay. san jose is now at 65 after realizing a high today of 70. it's in the mid-60s in morgan hill and in santa clara. north and east of the bay in the 60s and low 70s at this hour. pleasanton sporting 71 degrees. central bay, oakland, upper 60s. it's currently 56 in sausalito. and 50s around the sunset district and also in san francisco due to a wind that's blowing out of the west at 15, some gusts to 25. that wind is onshore and you can see the gathering of the
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clouds. this is our oakland camera looking towards san francisco. it is a very shallow deck of low clouds and patchy fog and it's very evident on our satellite and radar. you see those clouds straddling the immediate coast here from about the sunset district back in through monterey bay. and that's going to be the scenario tonight. so with that increased cloud cover, we won't see the temperatures as cold as they have been overnight. but nevertheless, we'll have that patchy fog. we'll open up tomorrow with stratus early and then the abundance of sunshine and a warmer day. the extended forecast calls for near or record warmth on wednesday. we'll pinpoint that forecast but first, overnight tonight, 42 degrees in santa rosa. mid-50s santa clara valley. mid-40s central bay. low and mid-40s around the peninsula. tomorrow northwest breeze at 15 miles per hour. 70s inland tomorrow. 76 in napa. but wait, check out wednesday. low 80s inland and even 90s
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forecast throughout the salinas valley and in throughout the central valley which for this time of the year is downright hot. record warmth. and spring officially springs, it arrives nine days from now on march 20 but it already feels like it. >> i can already smell the grills going. >> i can smell the pollen. [ laughter ] >> right. >> allergy season. thank you. voters paid for it but not a lot of people are using it. why more people will show up if they have to pay. >> kpix 5 is the official television station for the bay bridge opening ceremony. we are counting down the days until the new eastern span opens in september. we'll keep you posted on plan for the big day.
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million dollar facility. kpix 5 reporter ann notarangelo with how the center hopes charging admission will draw a crowd. >> reporter: it's on every community's wish list. a safe place for teens to hang out after school. >> we have as many things that you can think of that any teen would want to do here. we are just not getting the numbers yet. >> reporter: these students are from a private school that rents the new teen center from the pleasant hill rec and park district. >> i think it's really fun. >> reporter: is this a place you would like to come and hang out? >> yes. >> reporter: but the after- school program for sixth through twelfth graders only gets about 30 students a day. >> i don't think we're in trouble. different people have different goals for the facility. >> reporter: but the in black losing more than $48,000 since it opened in november. >> i think no matter what, this program will always be subsidize the. we are trying to bring it lower. >> reporter: in 2009, voters approved a 28 million dollars bond measure for the teen center, a yet-to-be completed
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community center and senior center that's jam-packed but here they haven't been able to live up to the notion, if you build it, they will come. high school students don't want to be supervised. the younger teens don't know it exists. did you even know that there was a teen center? >> kind of. >> just like my mom doesn't take me there. >> reporter: come summer, the center will begin charging $10 a day and $8 in the fall. if they're not coming when it's free, why would they pay to come? >> i think parents and the kids find value in things that they pay for. >> reporter: some students say that's too much. but perhaps this kind of psychology will work on teens who, well, act like teens. >> they always want something different. what you thought wan fantastic on tuesday doesn't work on friday. >> reporter: if you have a teen now what you're up against. a sense of community is often at a teen's fingertips. ann notarangelo, kpix 5. >> for now the pleasant hill recreation and park district is temporarily suspending its high school program while they try
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to find out what will draw kids in. coming up in our next half hour the trip did not go as planned. what's next for america's plans in afghanistan after a troubled trip by the new secretary of defense. >> smoke coming out of my motorcycle and then i was trying to figure out what it was. >> the problem? something stuck in the tailpipe. even more surprising? what was crammed in there. >> and a bay area city makes a new pitch to bring in business. >> we're wired.
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lot better. now at 6:30, the first trip to afghanistan by america's newest defense secretary could have gone a lot better. two u.s. troops are dead after an afghan cop opened fire in eastern afghanistan following a visit from the new u.s. secretary of defense and new charges from the afghan president that the u.s. is working with the taliban. cbs reporter tara mergener is at the white house with the very latest. >> reporter: ambulances came to take away the bodies of several afghan police and army officers killed in a firefight. officials say an afghan police
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officer grabbed a machine gun and opened fire on his colleagues and american soldiers at this police station in the eastern part of the country. two u.s. troops and several afghans died in the attack. it happened shortly after chuck hagel made his first visit to the country as u.s. secretary of defense. while he was there two suicide bombings killed at least 19 people. afghanistan's president hamid karzai also accused the u.s. of working with the taliban to plot the attacks so the afghan people will want american troops to stay and provide security. today the white house categorically denied the charge. >> the last thing we would do is support any kind of violence particularly involving innocent civilians. >> reporter: the white house says it's still planning to bring combat troops home by 2014 and is counting on trained afghan forces to secure the country. karzai has already ordered u.s. special operations forces to leave some areas.
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that deadline came and went yesterday with u.s. troops still in place. [ indiscernible ] absent partners to discuss the plan. >> reporter: this political tension is building as coalition and afghan leaders work to negotiate a long-term presence for u.s. forces in the country after all the u.s. combat troops pull out. tara mergener for cbs news, the white house. >> u.s. officials say they have not had contact with the taliban since talks broke down about this time last year. it's been two years since 20,000 people were killed in the massive earthquake and tsunami that devastated japan. today people gathered in japan to commemorate the victims and as cbs reporter kitty logan shows you to pray for the country that still is struggling to rebuild. >> reporter: much of japan's coastline is still desolate two years after a deadly tsunami swept through. even now, the clean-up continues. and the anguish of those who
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survived the disaster is still very real. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: this man says, it's still painful to talk about, even just going down to the beach and looking at the waves i get overcome with a sense of helplessness. >> reporter: many in fact fukushima district are still living in temporary shelters. they were forced to flee their homes because of radiation leaking from a nuclear plant damaged in the original earthquake. japan's prime minister is promising to speed up the process of rebuilding so victims can feel the recovery. he says, reconstruction is a battle against time. in tokyo's subway, people spent the anniversary of the disaster practicing emergency drills. the government is trying to prepare people for future natural disasters. critics have accused japanese authorities of mishandling the crisis at the fukushima nuclear plant. two former u.s. navy sailors have joined a lawsuit against the plants owner saying they were directly exposed to radiation while delivering aid
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in the area. >> i got a lump that popped up between my eyes, another lump on my jaw. and another lump on my thigh. >> reporter: in japan, thousands took time to pause and reflect with a movement of silence. even though the tsunami struck two years ago, people are still suffering today. kitty logan, kpix 5. >> japan restarted two of its 50 nuclear reactors last summer but most japanese are opposed to restarting more plants. a vatican press secretary predicts there will be a new pope by the end of the week. cbs reporter danielle nottingham is outside st. peter's basilica where the start of the papal conclave is just hours away. reporter: the 115 cardinals who will elect a new pope held their final meeting before voting begins. even though the formal tax are over, the cardinals will continue discussing in private who among them is the best suited to lead the church. >> they will do so at meals predominantly and then in the
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evening they will meet in small groups. >> reporter: about 90 people including staffers at the apartments the cardinals are staying in took an oath of secrecy today vowing not to divulge any inside information they overhear. during the conclave in the sistine chapel, the cardinals will pray and vote in silence. the so-called smoke watch begins tuesday night. a light will shine on a chimney on top of the sistine chapel. black smoke means voting continues. white smoke and church bells means a new pope has been chosen. [ bells ] >> reporter: there are said to be about a dozen leading candidates. the three front-runners named in the italian press are boston cardinal sean o'malley, odilo scherer from brazil, and italy's angelo scola. >> it's just not clear this time that there's a front- runner. >> reporter: the robe, hat and shoes the new pope will wear have been unpacked and placed inside the room of tears where
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the newly elected pope will pray before he is introduced to the world. vatican workers hung red curtains over the balcony at st. peter's basilica where the new pope will make his first public appearance. danielle nottingham, cbs news, vatican city. >> the modern papal conclave procedure dates back to the 13th century. to limit outside political interference, pope gregory x decreed the cardinal electors will be locked up until a new bishop of rome is chosen. in the fight for quality jobs you need quality bait. how one city is tempting tech companies and it's working. >> the ticket wasn't the problem. it's how the ticket was left on the motorcycle that caused the trouble. consumerwatch investigates next.
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put one bay area woman's life in danger. it was placed in the exhaust of her motorcycle... a parking ticket put one bay area woman's life in danger. it was placed in the exhaust of her motorcycle causing it to smoke for days. kpix 5's consumerwatch reporter julie watts with how the ticket ended up there and why the woman didn't even deserve it. >> reporter: with business attire under her leather jacket, stephanie isn't your typical biker. the finance professional rides her motorcycle to work every day and while riding does come with inherent risks, she recently realized she had been risking her life by simply starting her engine. >> there was smoke coming out of my motorcycle and then i was trying to figure out what it was. and i found this. a dpt ticket shoved underneath my gas tank in my tailpipe and it's burned. >> reporter: she says it had been there for 10 days wedged
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between a pipe that reaches over 1,000 degrees and a gas tank that can blow at any minute but the worst part? >> i almost got killed for a ticket that i didn't deserve. >> reporter: she says the meter was broken. even though there was plenty of time left on the spot, the front of the meter shed a red dot indicating it was expired. she reported it to the parking attendant, has a photograph to prove it, and it turns out she is not alone. >> i definitely had more than 5 -- i got the ticket at 10:50. >> i prepaid the whole ten hours. >> reporter: the man who shot this video provided it as evidence when he protested his ticket only to have his appeal denied by the sfmta. the agency says tickets are supposed to be placed under the seat strap or between the seat and the tank but stephanie is still waiting for her response. >> i did email both the head of the dpt and their pr agents i think a mr. rose and nobody has responded to me about the dangerous situation they placed me in. >> reporter: she would like an explanation and a promise to retrain parking officers on where to safely place a ticket.
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so bikers like her can ride with one less worry. and she would like them to stop giving out tickets on broken meters. now, the san francisco mta hasn't commented on the broken meter but is reviewing the case. a spokesman says, quote, we certainly apologize if miss jacoby was put in any danger because of the placement of this parking citation and will inform staff of the standing policy with regard to citations and motorcycles." >> and after all that, do you think they will finally dismiss her ticket? >> reporter: it's our experience that typically they deny on the first appeal. and you have to appeal two or three times and in fact the gentleman that gave us the cell phone video for this story appealed, provided evidence and was denied, just didn't want to deal with a second appeal so paid it. i'm hoping after everything she has been through that they quickly resolve this for her. >> all right. thank you. well, what is lightning quick internet access worth? quite a lot to the city of san leandro. kpix 5 reporter patrick sedillo says city leaders are hoping it
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will lure more businesses to their city. >> reporter: think of it as a super information superhighway. this movie studio isn't in hollywood or pixar but in san leandro above the 700,000- square-foot westgate shopping center. >> i have been shopping here at the westgate shopping center in the retail spaces for years. and i had no idea that this space was above here. >> reporter: thanks to lightning quick internet access the city is installing in the next 60 days. >> we can move information fast. >> reporter: it's happening because of a unique public- private partnership called lit san leandro, several businesses have approached the city about their need for speed. >> i need fiber or i can't stay in this city. >> reporter: an 18-mile fiber loop will be installed in the industrial parts of the city to attract businesses. the retail mall was a success, the industrial mall on top flopped. until now. >> we came here because it was affordable. >> reporter: 48 different cameras surround the room
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tracking the actor and generating a computer animated movie called tower of the dragon. this is a virtual director. it allows the director to beam in from anywhere in the world saving thousands of dollars in hotel rooms, meetings and airfare. >> we are able to work with the director in massachusetts, the choreographer in new york city and they are able to come here via fiber. >> reporter: reducing the cost of making movies because of higher bandwidth. >> the fast fiber being pulled into the building, it now creates an opportunity that didn't exist before. >> reporter: reporting from san leandro, patrick sedillo, kpix 5. >> right now the city of san leandro has 100,000 square feet lit. the city says with westgate and other properties, they hope to hit 1 million square feet by the end of the year. not strong enough to cause any damage, but certainly strong enough to get your attention. californians who got a pretty strong shake today. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good evening, we certainly had some springtime
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temperatures across the bay area. but now look at that right there. that's fog. the effect it will have on your tuesday as the news continues right here on kpix 5. >> and i'm dense. coming up, dennis o'donnell. coming up, the 49ers make a "boldin" move. why is the cal coach in such a crabby mood? >> i don't think anybody trusts that i can coach. >> a local wrestler is the national champion. >> i did show them the lights. >> sports just a long shot away. mary gonzales had a cold she also has asthma. so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life.
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burglars took two super bowl rings from the las vegas-area home of former san fr investigators in nevada saw it that burglars took two super bowl rings from the las vegas area home a former san francisco 49ers kicker mike he could fert who told police he was at his son's high school baseball game thursday when it happened. apparently the thieves made off with a coin collection and xbox game console and videogames. he was on the 49ers teams who won super bowls in 88 and '90. no suspects so far. an earthquake shook a wide area of southern california this morning. the quake struck at riverside
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county desert community of anza. that's about 100 miles southeast of los angeles. the quake was felt throughout downtown l.a., san diego and orange county. the swaying and rolling such as scrambling and office workers running for the doors and knocked some items off store shelves. no damages or injuries are record. >> let's go outside. let's play. >> have you got adjusted? >> you know. it takes a while. >> i ran a marathon in italy with daylight saving time and we returned to the united states and had daylight saving time and so i lost two hours in one week, double hard. i really felt it. >> we do. good evening, let's step outside. this is our live pictures weather camera looking out from
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oakland across the bay towards san francisco. currently san francisco a cool 57 degrees. livermore 70. today's highs, check this out, look what do you see here? 70s across the board except san francisco at 69 degrees. upper 50s with the clouds in pacifica. now tonight overnight we will see some of that stratus so the temperatures will not be as cold as they have been in recent nights not 40s. 42 apiece in fremont and redwood city into los altos. meanwhile, this is interesting. you see the clouds gathering at the coast from the cape mendocino seashore into the sunset district and to the south towards monterey bay. this is what it looks like. there you have it right there. we confirm that satellite image with our live kpix weather camera atop the transamerica building. can't even see the golden gate bridge at this time.
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so we'll keep the coastal fog in your forecast. clouds to kick-start your tuesday morning and then wednesday, near or record warmth in the bay area. we do have this huge beautiful area of low pressure well defined but it's banking up against the ridge of high pressure. it's taking all its precipitation into the pacific northwest. high pressure will strengthen and although tomorrow will be warm, it will not be the warmest day of the workweek. that will be featured in your seven-day forecast. but you can count on tomorrow temperatures averaging anywhere between two and about 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year. 10 degrees above average in santa rosa at 73 degrees and statewide approaching 80 in fresno, merced, modesto, through stockton. upper 50s in tahoe but bottoming out overnight near 22 so still cold enough to make snow. your pinpoint forecast, 50s, 60s, beaches. 60s and 70s across the central bay. well into the low and mid-70s. inland northwest breeze at 15. near or record warmth wednesday
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not low 80s and we'll keep working this dry weather pattern each and every day all the way until about seasonal highs this time next week. that is your pinpoint forecast. we have dennis on deck with sports coming up after this. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian
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hallmark doesn't make sympathy
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cards for sorry i just beat you in the super bowl... so instead ravens coach john harbaugh sent his brother his leading receiver in exchange for a sixth round pick hallmark doesn't make sympathy cards for sorry i just beat you in the super bowl so instead ravens coach sent his brother a leading receiver in exchange for a first-round draft pick. we know what this man is capable of. anquan boldin is a physical wideout with 100 yards receiving and a touchdown in the super bowl. the 32-year-old will make $6 million next season. a few hours earlier the seahawks made a splash. harvin is headed to seattle in exchange for a first round pick. the rookie of the year in 2009 harvin played in nine games last season due to injuries. cal's allen crabbe wads named pac-12 player -- was named pac-12 player of the year. he led the conference in the season. he is the third bear to win the
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award in the last four seasons. >> i don't think anybody trusts that i can so much so since we're finished toward the top they must think i have really good players. it is kind of amazing in the five years we have had three of the mvps. i don't know what we do next year. you know? it will be a lot of pressure on al coming back. but anyway, it's all good. >> if he comes back. a former cal star is back to the bay area. jason kidd and the knicks are in town to play the warriors. kidd, who will turn 40 later this month, has no plans to call it quits despite capturing that elusive championship in 2011 with the dallas mavericks. >> i have worn the ring once when i first got it. once i retire, i'll spend more time with it but i want another one. that's why i don't look at it or wear it. >> is it like candy, you get one, you just want more? >> yeah. you get those jellybeans just
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have one or like pringles you can't just have one. >> david lee is expected to return after a knee injury. the team has been struggling recently. >> i think we have settled for a lot of jump shots and when they go in they look like tremendous plays and when they don't we look like we have no idea what we're doing. we need to mix it up and share the ball and that's when we are at at our best. now to my favorite college, the san francisco state men's basketball team fell short of the division 2 ncaa tournament but there was another team bringing home hardware. a national champion won the 141- pound weight class in alabama. the senior from los gatos came up short in his previous three trips to the nationals. it was a perfect way for bagheri to cap off his career. >> it was the first time in alabama but not my first experience going to nationals. i had been four times so i knew
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i was in -- a deer in the headlights. i walked in like i owned the place and handled it. >> kids get nervous all the time because it's the nationals and he didn't take it that way. he walked in with a lot of confidence, a little swagger in his step. and that's what i like from the athletes. go in there and do your business and win four straight, he's national champion. >> dennis, i did show them the lights. >> roll 'em over, show them the lights. did he that. congratulations. if you were busy at the san francisco little league parade this weekend, here's what you missed. >> oh!! >> alabama beat georgia at the buzzer. tiger woods golf ball got stuck in a tree. so this guy decides to climb up and get it. come back down, and then he watched tiger win the doral by two shots.
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i don't know if tiger signed that ball but that's a pretty souvenir. never leave your legs open on the hard court. he learn it the hard way. >> oh. >> on the pass. brad waldo suffered but here's the best part bennett get away from me, get away from me, i don't think so. >> the lob -- the jam, what a monster jam by deandre jordan! poor brandon knight finds out the hard way why they call l.a. lob city as he gets posterrized by deandre jordan. >> ow. >> i have never seen anything like that. captions by: caption colorado telephone rings ] good evening this [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive.
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joey fatone: this is joey fatone. it's time to play "family feud!" give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: heh heh heh! thank you very much. thank y'all for coming. thank you very mu--ha ha ha! thank you very much. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. you know what? bet you we got another good one for you today. this family returns for the third day, from right here, hotlanta, georgia, it's the myers family. [cheering and applause] and from kansas city, kansas it's the newkirk family. [cheering and applause] let's get it on. give me dee ann. give me alnisa. let's go. ladies, here we go. we've got the top 8 answers on the board.
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name a place a nudist might keep his cell-- alnisa? >> in the house? steve: in the house. ok. here's the entire question: name a place a nudist might keep his cell phone. >> under the bed. [applause] steve: under the bed. >> we'll play. steve: they're gonna play. malcolm, how you feeling? >> feeling good. feeling good. steve: good, good, good. all right, let's go, malcolm. name a place a nudist might keep his cell phone. >> in his car, steve. steve: in his car. all right, lauren. how you doing? >> hi, steve. i'm doing well. steve: good. name a place a nudist might keep his cell phone. >> in their bag. steve:


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