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dna if somebody is arrested. in training video shows how police take dna from a swab inside the mouth. the supreme court upheld the law from maryland which allows dna to be taken after an arrest for a violent felony after the suspect has been in front of a judge. brad is a law professor at santa clara university. >> but the ruling was fairly broad because what it basically said was anyone who is arrested already has a diminished expectation of privacy. and the government's interest in having dna samples is significant enough to outweigh whatever minor intrusion in the court's thinking on privacy of taking this dna sample. >> reporter: but california's law in effect since 2009 is much more broad and allows police to take and enter dna samples into criminal databases even if charges are later dropped. >> we believe that innocent americans should not have their
genetic blueprint in a giant government criminal database. >> reporter: an attorney with the aclu of northern california, currently in litigation to try to block california's law. >> in california, on the other hand, we have a law that requires people arrested not convicted of laws like simple drug possession of joyriding, of writing a bad check, they have to give dna in california. is that a serious offense as the supreme court defines it? it's impossible to know at this point. >> reporter: richard believes california's law is still subject to challenge. >> it certainly upholds some aspects of california's law but doesn't really allow the police to seize and analyze the dna sample from somebody arrested for simple drug possession never charged or goes in front of a drug. we don't think it does. >> reporter: but the professor says he believes many state laws even broad ones like
california's are likely to be upheld. >> practically speaking, i think any law like this including california's is now permissible. >> reporter: many states are expected to actually establish laws now that permit dna after somebody is arrested now that the supreme court has given its constitutional blessing. back to you. >> but mark, there is a lawsuit challenging the 2009 california law. where do we stand on that? >> reporter: well, that is a good question. the aclu actually lost a challenge before a federal district judge. they went to the ninth circuit to a three-judge panel. they also ruled against the aclu. but then the court said we are going to have nine judges hear this, the full panel. they had oral arguments but then decided we're not going to issue a ruling because we want to see what the u.s. supreme court does. now that the supreme court has ruled the ninth circuit can do what it wants, ask for more briefs, simply issue a ruling, have more oral arguments. it's anyone's guess and there's no timeline. >> thank you. oakland sideshows are
getting out of hand. just hours ago, oakland's police chief announced the department's strategy to end the dangerous events. kpix 5's ann notarangelo was at the meeting and joins us from the oakland police department. ann. >> reporter: elizabeth, there have been dozens of sideshows just this year in east oakland alone. and the police chief admits his department has been slow to respond for calls for help but says starting this weekend that's going to change. saturday, a 25-year-old woman was gravely wounded when she and two others were shot while watching a sideshow in east oakland about 2:30 a.m. this youtube video says it was taken that night. two men suffered nonlife- threatening injuries but the woman from walnut creek remains in critical condition. >> sideshows are intricately related with violent crime. the groups that attend these things are groups involved in the violent crime. >> reporter: oakland's police chief says starting this weekend, he will redirect the department's resources and along with the chp will place
officers in areas known for sideshows and they will interfere and interrupt these illegal car shows. residents have told us in the past, police haven't shown up when called. the chief agreed to a point. >> well, we don't respond timely and that's due to our staffing that we have on friday and saturday nights. >> reporter: another video posted on youtube shows a sideshow in january in broad daylight that stopped traffic on 880. sideshows have been part of east oakland culture for 20 years. in 2010, the police department suppressed most of the activity. but it has started to pick up. >> it's a courting ritual. it's a place for young men and women to get together and be seen. >> reporter: because of this, the community group "youth uprising" will discuss maybe staying open later so that young people have a safer monitored place to meet. this weekend the violence heated up and warmer temperatures are on the way. >> the violence obviously adds to the urgency of it. we can't afford tore it to grow
anymore and we want to head this off quickly. >> reporter: oakland police can't add officers to the ranks so they will shift them from the crime response teams and put them with the regular patrol officers, who are already out on friday and saturday night. >> what sort of laws are they talking about specifically enforcing? >> you know, they are actually just regular traffic laws things like speed, reckless driving, they are going to remind people you cannot drive on a sidewalk, loud music, some of those infractions carry heavy penalties and so hopefully that will discourage people. >> thank you. a san jose lawmaker is urging police to reach out for help calming the surge in gang violence. there were five murders in san jose last week alone. assemblywoman norah campos says that the police department is stretched too thin to handle this spike in violence without some help. she is calling on acting chief larry esquivel to ask for extra support from the chp. the department says it has no plans to do that right now.
campos made a similar request of then chief chris moore after a another rash of homicides last year. moore also declined. it's taken nearly 4 years and hundreds of prospective jurors. but two men accused in a gang- rape on a richmond teen are finally going to trial. kpix 5's don knapp is at the courthouse where both sides have begun laying out their arguments in this emotional case. >> reporter: the prosecution opened its case with very graphic descriptions of violent crime that occurred at that rape scene 3 1/2 years. but the defendant was discussed much. the prosecutor said that there was a great deal of dna evidence at the scene and suggested that perhaps the dna evidence would show marcelles peter's extensive involvement. it doesn't seem enough to call the october 2009 assault on the 15-year-old richmond high
school student brutal. for more than two hours the intoxicated girl was robbed, beaten and raped in a dark corner of campus as others watched, laughed and took cell phone pictures. today the prosecution opened its case against one of the alleged assailants marcelles peter with explicit statements. >> she was very drunk. she was naked. she was vomiting. she had suffered serious head and face trauma, she had a concussion and cuts and scrapes from being beaten and dragged. she was cold and naked. she was covered in urine, booze and dirt and genetic material in the form of semen. >> reporter: prosecutor john cope says as many as 20 men may have raped jane doe. 7 were identified and charged. the charges against a 15-year- old boy were dropped. two others too plea deals and received 27 and 32 years in prison and two more are expected to go on trial in august. the attorney for marcelles
peter speaking to the jury asked them to evaluate witnesses for reliability, questioning the value of semen evidence that could be contaminated from a condom blowing around in the wind and reminded jurors that allegations have to have evidence to support them. tomorrow they open the case against the co-defendant jose montano tomorrow. >> there are two separate juries in this trial. why is that? >> reporter: i have never seen it before. it's very curious. we understand it's because there are two defendants in this case. and they have separate representation. in some cases, statements that were ruled inadmissible in one case are admissible in another. so when those statements coming up, one jury will leave the room and the other jury will hear it. when statements are good for both of them, then both juries are in the room. it's an unusual situation but i'm sure it will be efficient. >> it's complicated. thank you, don. new at 6:00, a judge today sentenced this man to life in prison for murdering a google job applicant three years ago. 26-year-old george huggins says
he did not pull the trigger. but his girlfriend told police they shot and killed the 45- year-old man in oakland after they robbed him. kang flew to the bay area from virginia for a job interview at google. he was in oakland for an emergency dental appointment. huggins' girlfriend was sentenced to 15 years in prison. checking bay area headlines, san francisco police investigating the death of a 67- year-old man who was found shot in the head in his outer sunset home over the weekend. today neighbors dropped off flowers at the home of the victim on 44th avenue. police are searching for that suspect but so far no arrests. in san jose a two-alarm brush fire in kelly park is now under control. it broke out around 2:00 this afternoon at story road and roberts avenue. san jose fire got aerial support from cal fire to put it out. no one was injured. in san francisco, a driver had to find another way to work today after this tree fell on
his parked lexus early this morning. the 35-foot acacia blocked three lanes of lombard street in the marina district for more than three hours before they cut it up and got it out of there. the city says that the very interior of that tree was rotten. nobody was hurt. one of the three tornado chasers killed by an oklahoma twister was a professor from northern california. 45-year-old carl young was a geology professor at lake tahoe community college in south lake tahoe. he was with a father-son team tim and paul samaras when their vehicle was caught by a tornado friday outside of el reno, oklahoma. ish that deaths are believed to be the -- their deaths are believed to be the first among scientific researchers while chasing tornadoes. all this doesn't hurt. doesn't hurt. we have been here for a while. >> coming up, how the fish caught in bay area waters might be more hazardous for your health than you think. >> sometimes you want to hole up and not leave your hotel room. >> you might have to if you want to eat. how some hotels are pulling the
plug on room service. >> mother nature pulled the plug on our heat. gone the 90s replaced with 70s and 80s outside. san jose you have the sunshine but you're about 15 degrees cooler than you were a couple of days ago. but the heat will make a comeback. find out when we're going to get toasty again coming up. >> and coming up at 6:30, just one day after a teenager is swept over a waterfall in yosemite, the park becomes the scene of another terrible accident. ,, goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude...
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arizona, california, new mexico and nevada. costco has removed the frozen berries from its shelves. but because the product has been widely distributed, health officials are urging everyone to avoid eating them. to learn more about the hepatitis "a" outbreak, go to our website, kpix.com. freshwater fish in sacramento's san joaquin delta not so fresh according to a new survey. in fact, they are proving to be toxic. kpix 5's john ramos shows us the dilemma facing fishermen along the delta. reporter: with the winds whipping the delta today, they could have posted hurricane warnings. instead, there was this, a warning about eating the fish. >> the fish, it's real dirty out here. there's a lot of mercury in these fish. >> reporter: the warning signs have been up for a long time. a new study by the state water resources control board shows that fish caught here at antioch shoreline regional pier and several other places in the delta watershed have the highest concentrations of
mercury in the entire state. the toxic substance is a remnant of the old california gold rush when prospectors would pour it into sluce boxes to capture the gold. now the fish with the most dangerous levels are largemouth, smallmouth and striped bass. >> i have heard from people who won't take over 20" because it's lived longer in the mercury longer. >> reporter: you're only allowed to take larger fish from here, ironically, the ones more highly contaminated. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: most of the regulars say they don't come here for food but for the fun and the chance to look a big one but bill said this was this one guy. >> he was consuming everything. he said this doesn't hurt. so then we come to find out, he almost died from the mercury! he had so much mercury in his system. >> reporter: oh, my gosh. >> that taught me a lesson. you should have known before that. should have listened to me and
everyone else. >> reporter: researchers want state regulators to listen to this study and develop a plan to lessen the impact of mercury on the fish and those who may be tempted to eat them. in antioch, john ramos, kpix 5. >> mercury is blamed for fertility and memory problems in adults, even low doses of it can cause learning disabilities in children. a bay area online gaming company is not exactly having fun right now. zynga the creator of games like words with friends and farmville will cut about 520 employees, or 18% of the company's staff, to save money. the san francisco-based company will also close various offices to save another $70 million. since going public, zynga has struggled with strategic blunders, disappointing new games, and a tough time breaking into the mobile market. well, a big-name hotel chain has dropped room service at two of its pricy properties because, get this, it can't afford it!
kpix 5's patrick sedillo tells us it could be the beginning of a trend. >> reporter: what's your favorite thing to order from room service? >> breakfast. >> it would be definitely the breakfast. >> it's your right when you come into a hotel late at night or wake up early and want your coffee or eggs brought to the hotel. >> reporter: two hotels have discontinued room service because of the cost. >> it costs a lot especially like in new york and san francisco where you have the unions. >> reporter: this person from travel wizards in burlingame sees the trend coming and not only room service. in san francisco, the marriott at fourth and mission closed its 4th street bar & grill but still offers room service breakfast and dinner and the stanford court also closed its restaurant and is only offering room service breakfast. >> i don't think my clients are going to go for that. >> reporter: for many room service is always part of the hotel experience. imagine flying into new york and not being able to get
dinner late at night? or being on a honeymoon and not being able to get champagne? a lot of people i talked to didn't like it. >> i would be very disappointed and, no, i wouldn't go back. >> i would probably check out and never go back. >> here in san francisco, if you want a bag, it costs you 10 cents. if you don't have one. so i'm sure they will come up with a way with room services extra, if you want it. >> reporter: so could it happen here? >> i think it could at some of the major chains like hilton or marriott but i don't see it at the four seasons or ritz- carlton or st. regis. they won't change, their clients won't let them. >> reporter: kpix 5's patrick sedillo, kpix 5. >> a recent study found the average room service tab in san francisco is about $52. that gets you a club sandwich, mini bar items and dry-cleaning for one shirt. [ laughter ] >> think you're probably paying for the luxury of not having to leave the room. there's something special about that. >> that's nice. >> i like this.
and they cook it, they bring it to you -- not bad. not a bad deal. mother nature served you up some sunshine this weekend warm weather some of you inland got close to 100. this weekend you're going to get there. we will see triple digits heat coming up this weekend. but right we're talking about the cooldown. the marine layer is prevalent in the berkeley and oakland hills. traffic not so bad approaching san francisco from oakland. highs today, morgan hill 83, livermore 83 getting ready for the rodeo this weekend in livermore. san rafael topped out today at 70. and oakland 69 degrees. kpix 5 hi-def doppler is completely dry. there's nothing to show you rainfall-wise and that's been the case for a while. i have added up the water year from this year and the water year from last year. came up with a two-year total of 3 "2" of rain -- 32" of rain. it's half of normal and the lowest two-year rainfall total since the big six-year drought
of which the last two years why 1990 and 1991. this is serious dry and i don't see any rainfall in sight. of course now we are heading into the dry season, we have to look toward october for a change. right now it's all about the dry. it's also all about the cool. we have a low pressure area offshore that's enhancing a southerly flow bringing in that cool pacific breeze and temperatures for the next couple of days will be kept down despite the fact you'll get a lot of sunshine because we'll have that onshore flow, morning clouds, afternoon sunshine and temperatures that are not hot. now, coming up toward the end of the week and into the weekend, high pressure builds back where it was last week except this time it's stronger and will exude more of an influence on our weather which means we'll probably be 2 or 3 degrees hotter this saturday than last saturday. last saturday was pretty hot. we'll see triple digits away from the water this weekend. for tomorrow tuesday, livermore, right around average which is 80. san jose 75. oakland 67. there will be a cloudy start for pacifica and san francisco up to a high of 60 or 61. napa 73 with afternoon sunshine. and fremont your high tomorrow
70 degrees. we'll get a couple of degrees warmer wednesday, a few more on thursday and then bam crank up the heat friday and saturday. saturday 100 away from the water. 80s in the city. and we'll stay warm but not as hot coming up on sunday. so if you love this past weekend, got a pool, a friend with a pool, call him again! remember i brought the hors d'oeuvres last weekend? i'm bringing however the whole main course because we have to go back in the cool this weekend. >> if you need a pool, call us. >> we could use some help. none of us have one. still ahead, a preview of an expensive election tomorrow to replace the disgraced bay area politician. >> i saw the congestion and backup and so forth. >> why there's a tight squeeze on a busy bay area bridge. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
commuters navigating their way through tricky lane changes approaching the richmond/san rafael bridge. this is a live look from mobile5 at the evening commute. summer is a good time to do this. this is the first weekday drivers are using these makeshift lanes on the richmond side of the bridge. traffic lanes have been shifted just east of the toll plaza. the original westbound lanes going towards marin now a construction zone. kpix 5's sue kwon shows us what drivers can expect for the next few months. >> reporter: all lanes approaching the richmond/san rafael bridge toll plaza are closed for caltrans work which shifts drivers over the median into two westbound lanes. it's a tight squeeze with no road shoulders and traffic heading east whizzing by. no wonder joseph thomas is trying to steer clear of the area on his recycling rounds. >> i saw the congestion and how backed up it is and so forth but i mean, you know, i mean, what can i say? you just have to ajust, that's all you have to say.
you have to be patient. but still, it's a change. >> what we're doing here is we are reducing speed to 45 miles per hour. we have asked the support of chp, obviously we have asked the support of the public to cooperate and slow down. >> reporter: it's all so caltrans crews can replace sections of the roadway that sit over chevron pipes. in the stretch leading up to the toll plaza. the project also requires crews to close the eastbound western drive on-ramp for three months and that means drivers are trailers or big rigs need to take a nine mile detour on the bridge towards san rafael and turned around at san quentin to head east again. it's a smaller detour for smaller cars. through august the area may be tricky to navigate but joseph looks on the bright side. >> it's good because it creates
jobs. when we have jobs, we have less trouble. >> reporter: the speed limit is down to 45 miles an hour but it's a lot slower during the commute hours. so budget an extra 15 to 20 minutes. at the richmond/san rafael bridge, sue kwon, kpix 5. >> let's give you another live look from mobile5 and a reminder, you can check out the traffic conditions anytime on our website, kpix.com. coming up in our next half hour, watching and waiting and knowing you can't do anything to stop the flames. >> i lost everything i own. [ crying ] >> i don't have any resources to rebuild my things over again. >> the destruction from the wildfire in southern california and why thousands of evacuees can breathe a sigh of relief >> as the search for a teenager swept over a waterfall in yosemite is put on hold, another horrible accident takes place at the park. >> because it was right after my cancer. >> why actor michael douglas blames his health problems on his sex life. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
train roar up the hill. it ignited instantly. >> now at 6:30 at least 6 homes destroyed by this wildfire in southern california but tonight thousands of evacuees are breathing a sigh of relief. that fire started thursday in the arrange release national forest. it's chewed through the area roughly the size of san francisco and fire crews are still working to contain it. the fire also uprooted the communities in its path. >> i took the kids and we left and took the cats and my husband said, if it gets really bad he will leave with the dogs later. so we took as much as we could. >> but tonight, nearly 3,000 evacuees are being allowed to return home. despite the improving situation, some people are still being kept out of their neighborhoods while firefighters check for hot spots, downed power lines and damaged gas lines. randy paige has the latest from the firelines. >> reporter: there have been two important factors helping firefighters all day long. one, higher humidity and secondly, the normal afternoon winds that are expected in this
high desert area didn't seem to materialize not like they have in the past few days giving firefighters an opportunities to make some ground. near lake hughes, randy paige, kpix 5. >> this is video of the powerhouse fire from a short time ago. it got the name because it started near a los angeles department of water and power station. one fire officials say it may take another week to get the fire totally under control. it was a tragic weekend in yosemite national park. a 28-year-old british man died yesterday afternoon in a climbing accident on el capitan. felix joseph kiernan of london was about 600 feet up the east buttress when his climbing partner apparently dislodged a loose rock that fell and killed him. and the search for a 19- year-old sacramento man who was swept over a nearly 600-foot waterfall is on hold until water levels drop. a spokesman for the park says that aleh kalman was swimming about 150 feet from the edge of the nevada fall when he got
caught in the swift current. rangers say it's unlikely he survived. state treasurer bill lockyer says his wife's personal problems have nothing to do with his retirement. today the 72-year-old announced he will give up politics when he finishes his term next year. he has been a leading california democrat for decades. his wife resigned as alameda county supervisor after admitting to an extramarital affair and drug abuse. lockyer says he will remain active in public policy but not sure how. in santa clara county voters are cast ballots to elected a replacement for former county supervisor george shirakawa charged with gambling away more than $100,000 in public function. kpix 5's len ramirez on the highest profile candidates running for his seat. >> reporter: election day is tuesday but east san jose residents are some of thousands voting early to replace disgraced george shirakawa who is up on felony charges for
misuse of public funds and using campaign contributions to gamble at casinos. >> the public expects their elected officials to be trustworthy and to do the public good and to hear that someone was misusing public funds was disappointing and discouraging. >> i would very much appreciator support. >> reporter: of the six candidates running to replace shirakawa in district 2, teresa alvarado and cindy chavez have emerged as the front-runners. >> thank you for your help. >> reporter: alvarado is running as the reform candidate. she is an engineer who never held public office but has experience running nonprofits and recently managed the communications office of the valley water district. her mother is a former san jose city council member and district county 2 supervisor. >> we're hearing that a lot from people that we're calling. they want a fresh face, not someone who represents polarization or stagnation in government. they want someone who can work across all lines and all parties with others who want solutions. >> reporter: cindy chavez is a former two-term san jose city council member and vice mayor. she is currently the executive
director of the south bay labor council and the director of its policy affiliate, working partners. >> s a former elected owe -- as a former elected owe first, i have a track record of showing that i want independent, i am thoughtful, i do my homework, i am assertive on behalf of the people i represent. >> reporter: if no candidate gets more than 50% of the vote, there will be a runoff election in july. >> other candidates are patricia martinez roach, scott pham, joseph la gentlemen niece, andre diaz and david wall. shirakawa is expected to be sentenced friday on 5 felonies and 7 misdemeanors. health problems attributed to his love live. coming up why michael douglas blames sex for his throat cancer. >> it looks to me like mother of the bride as opposed to for the bride. >> but it can be the perfect
fit for some bargain hunters. how a big box retailer wants to dress brides for their big day. >> but first here's a look at the new eastern span of the bay bridge. goodnight. thanks, olivia. thank you. so you can make a payment from your cell to almost anyone's phone or email. (speaking french) so you can express your gratitude... in the moment.
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strider and quinn joining the force in january. tonight michael douglas is making headlines in a story that's gone viral. the actor says his throat cancer was caused by a sexually- transmitted disease. and while his publicist is backtracking the scientists shows how this hpv virus is fueling new cases. >> reporter: when michael douglas recently appeared on the red carpet he looked great. but at a press conference, he broke down. [ crying ] >> sorry. because it was right after my cancer. >> reporter: nearly three years ago douglas was diagnosed with advanced throat cancer. a walnut-sized tumor found at the base of his tongue. now a new revelation. in a published report, the actor is quoted as saying, oral sex caused his throat cancer. and while his publicist now disputes the comments the report was actually right about this. it can happen. >> it is not one of the more
common cancers but it seems to be rising particularly in younger people. >> reporter: dr. john wu is a head and neck surgeon at stanford and explains how the culprit is hpv or the human papilloma virus. the same virus that is linked to cervical cancer and genital warts. he says certain strains passed on during oral sex can also cause cancers in the region near the back of the throat or the base of the tongue. and while numbers are small -- >> projected numbers estimate that this will exceed the incidence of cervical cancer in the next several years. >> reporter: the cdc recommends that boys and girls get vaccinated against hpv before they have sex. and while douglas' story may spur cause to vaccinate more boys a word of caution there is no proof as of yet that the vaccine will protect against this throat cancer. now, michael douglas fought a battle with throat cancer for six months but says he has been cancer-free for more than two
years. if you have a sore or lump in your mouth or neck that doesn't go away in two weeks, see your doctor. it could save a lot of money on your wedding if you are willing to forego some frills. coming up in the consumerwatch how bargain hunting brides might find the perfect dress in the place they would least expect. >> our dublin cam showing the same sunshine we had on saturday but temperatures are 20 degrees cooler. if you like the heat, wait for the extended forecast coming up. >> you never want to miss your little son playing little league baseball. i'm going to show you why parents never have to miss another one again and a bay area basketball legend quits. coming up live from treasure island.
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you can buy just about everything at target. and that now includes: wedding dresses. consumerwatch repo th a look at wha well, you can buy just about everything at target. and now that includes wedding dresses. kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts with a look at what may be the best bargain in town. >> i really like the lace. >> reporter: wedding gowns can easily run thousands of dollars
and for many brides part of what they're paying for is the experience. >> you have your own stylist. you have a lot of customer service. >> reporter: but target is now taking some of the experience out of dress shopping as well as some of the price with a new line of wedding dresses sold only online and all under $130. at about 1/10 the price of the average wedding dress, tar- jay's wedding line is strictly no fills. kpix 5 producer and bride-to-be sarah kirkland found this too large but overall pleasantly surprised. >> it looks better in person than online. i feel pretty in it. i really like the back my favorite part. >> reporter: but this person isn't a fan. >> it looks to me like mother of the bride as opposed to for the bride. >> reporter: she points out the fabric advertised as soft satin is actually 100% polyester and while the dress may come cheap,
the professional pressing, accessories, and necessary tailoring will cost you. still, steinbach says the target gowns make sense for a growing number of cash-strapped brides comfortable buying online. it's the latest incarnation of nontraditional dress shopping like renting or buying secondhand. >> they have targeted a younger demographic who may have other ways to use their wedding resources than buying a, you know, very expensive dress. >> reporter: but for sarah, there's still something to be said about the experience of dress shopping. something she is not about to give up. >> i was very no to this dress. [ laughter ] >> reporter: now jay crew, anthropology and ann taylor also offer wedding dresses now although those are a little more expensive than these target creations. we're also note renting or buying a secondhand dress isn't cheap either. they typically cost a third to
a half of a brand-new gown. on the consumerwatch, julie watts, kpix 5. all right. i know we have been talking about the cooler temperatures, palm, but i have to tell you, i have officially given up on my commute in a kayak. >> given up on that? >> it was so choppy on the bay! >> getting home is awesome. >> might not make it for a week. >> not going anywhere! couldn't kayak in today! it was breezy today and the wind direction -- it's all about wind direction this time of year. the winds are back to onshore. mother nature's air- conditioning. you can see that marine layer already beginning to stack up against the east bay hills behind the bay bridge over toward oakland the oakland hills up at rockridge. cloudy already and we all get cloudy overnight tonight. livermore beautiful evening, 73 degrees. san jose 71. not as hot as it was over the weekend. concord 67. san francisco 62. and a pair of sixes for santa rosa.
san jose been on kind of a ride, temperature-wise, 74 on thursday, back above normal for friday and saturday, up near 90, now back down to today's high only 74 degrees. you will be going back up soon. sun comes up at 5:48 tomorrow and it will be around 53. mountain 53. fremont, san rafael and napa down to 50 overnight. had the pleasure of spending an hour and a half with first graders at strawberry point elementary school in mill valley today. your forecast for tomorrow, morning clouds, afternoon sunshine, high of 70 and milder with less morning cloud cover on wednesday and a high of 73. lots of cloud cover offshore. but the little tiny low pressure area right here you can see the counterclockwise swirl actually pulled the marine layer back and you were sunny even at the coast for a time this afternoon. i expect a repeat performance tomorrow, morning clouds, but lots of afternoon sunshine even at the coast and in the city. but overall a light to moderate onshore flow and the ocean still about 53 degrees so grab
the air from there. it's going to be cooler than it has been and we'll see temperatures running near or below normal by a couple of degrees. thursday temperatures go up. by friday high pressure is in the perfect spot to give us that offshore wind again. and i'm comparing what happened last saturday to what i think will happen this saturday. and it looks like high pressure will be a tad stronger. and the offshore wind will be a tad stronger, as well. that thing makes me think that things will be even a couple of degrees hotter than on saturday which means triple digits are possible coming up next saturday. clouds coming inland tonight. we'll say near norm -- stay near normal for the next couple of days. warming up thursday and next weekend will be hotter this this past weekend. tomorrow 72 for redwood city. chilly along the coast, pacifica 60. hayward high 68. pittsburg 80. morning clouds afternoon sunshine for the tri-valley, san ramon 79. 70 for mill rally and san
rafael and novato. sausalito 60. and san leandro tomorrow 66 degrees with afternoon sunshine. milder wednesday. getting warm on thursday. hot on friday. and there's the peak of the heat, first time this year i have had to use three digits. they barely fit. graphics are tight. we have to stay within the box there. that's 100 degrees on saturday. cooler sunday but bottom line, it's another warm weekend here in the bay area. >> no june gloom yet. >> didn't you say -- did you get him a slip and slide? >> kids have a slip and slide at home. we had that in full effect saturday and sunday. i may have to install a pool by saturday. i'm going to start digging when i get home. slip and slide may not apply with 100 degrees. >> thank you. we'll be right back. ,,
[ dad ] jan? ar former cal and saint dennis o'donnell live on treasure island with tonight's sports. >> on a cold windy treasure island where the road to the world series little league style has begun. the as and the river cats going on in action behind me. more on that in a moment. while these kids are just beginning their athletic careers a bay area icon is quitting.
cal star and st. joseph alum jason kidd announced his retirement. >> hopefully my next chapter will be something involved in basketball if not coaching somewhere in the -- up in the office management. >> yeah. kidd runs a team like he ran an offense he will be fine. the rookie of the year in 1995, kidd played 19 seasons in the nba, was a 10-time all-star and finished second all time in both assists and steals. >> reporter: rough day at the office for mccail who lost in straight sets to tommy haas. on the women's side 20-year-old american sloane stephens lost to maria sharapova beating stevens in straight sets to advance to the quarterfinals. it doesn't take a little league game to remind us that baseball really is just a kid's game. check the reaction to the big leaguers last night during a
rain delay in new york. >> yankees and red sox scared by thunder. the red sox didn't handle it any better. who knew the two rivals would be thunder buddies? a glove used by jackie robinson in the 1955 and 1956 world series sold for $773,000 at an auction earlier today. $373,000. okay. parents all over the world often have to miss their games because of something called a job. but as a result of technology, you may not have to miss a single pitch. >> reporter: this is the scorecard of the saint louis browns and pennsylvania lions.
a priceless piece of baseball memorabilia authenticated by the simple handwriting of the score keeper himself but even in little league the age of the handwritten scorecard seems to have played its final game. >> game changer instantly charts every play calculates dozens of stats and automatically generates a recap story. >> reporter: it's called game changer a mobile app that allows the score keeper to enter all the information on an ipad or iphone. and anyone anywhere in the world can follow a little league game live pitch by pitch. >> these days, mom and dad a lot of times one or both is working during the game, you have a lot of two income families and multiple kids so you have a lot of examples where one parent is pick up the one kid from practice and missing the other game so it's great to be able to follow along. >> reporter: has there ever been an instance where you had to did that? >> yesterday. my grandson was sick so we followed the game on the computer. it was great. almost like being there. >> reporter: it just doesn't
seem as american as apple pie. scorekeeping the old-fashioned way is like chalking the lines or dusting off home plate. it just feels like you're part of the game. >> i tried out the app and i'm always worried about my battery running out and also if it's bright out it's hard to see the screen. >> reporter: nobody will steal this right? >> no. >> reporter: so hold on to that old scorecard. the game is changing. ♪[ music ] >> i'm going to agree with bill on that. i'm more of a traditionalist. give me the old scorecard. tonight, programming note. 7:30 right here on kpix 5, i can't believe that jim harbaugh has this much time. after the super bowl, he played the pebble beach pro-am. he drove the indy pace car. and look at this! he is with judge judy tonight with his dad jack coming up at 7:30 right here on kpix 5. right now, the as are trailing
the river cats 6-2 in little league. it's single elimination. if the as go down their season is over. allen, elizabeth, let's go back to you in the warm confines of the studio. >> yeah, the harbaughs didn't look like father and son. they looked like twins. >> the same facial expression and everything. it was great. >> now it's off the bucket list both of them. all right, dennis, enjoy the game. >> as long as you're not the defendant in the courtroom. >> never lie. >> never lie to judge judy as coach harbaugh told us all. for news throughout the evening the latest news and weather are always on our website, kpix.com. >> our next newscast 10:00 on the cw and back here at 11. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com good evening, aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7.
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