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i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 6:00. >> breaking news in san jose kpix 5's kiet do joins us live d from the city's north side jfjfd the very ñilatest. good morning, kiet. >> good morning. still very much an active scene out here in xdnorth san jose. this is right on lundy avenue about two blocks north of the main post office. this is also on the property of an industrial complex and w3thi complex includes high-tech ok businesses as well as jfa psychotherapy center for teens. at 1 a.m. officers found one male cvictim with a gunshot wound. paramedics tooañxdñie1him to th pronounced dead. a person on the scene thought it was lprelated to a drug deal officers xdwere looking for surveillance cameras that might have been pointed at the scene but no reports of suspect in custody at this time. live in north san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. let's check traffic now uat
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how we doing, liza? she's there. >> i am here. good morning, everybody. we are going to talk about the morning commute. everything is doing weather. the earlier accident in milpitas is long e1gone. traffic is now flowing well for the drive out of qthe milpitas area bound for fremont. as we go over lphere and click a button or two, if you plan to make the northbound 880 drive out of fremont into the milpitas area, that's i]doing earlier accident ccleared up. westbound traffic at the bay bridge toll t(plaza metering beyond the 880 overcrossing so that's going to be a slow commute for you. the san mateo bridge slow approaching t(fáthe w3pay gates westbound. no delays across the span heading into foster city. you can see right here in san jose, north 101 a little slow now beyond the 280/680 interchange. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." liza, official sunrise is at 6:23.
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we are beginning to see a glimpse, a glimpse outside have cloud kocover and that's n a good sign because usually when the ceiling is that w3low 2dwrdelays at sfo on some 3low arriving flights so i'll keep you postel!xon that. no reports as of yet. numbers are warmer at this hour than it was 24 hours ago. 50s and all the way to the mid- 641k the winds are under 5 milu&per hour. today's temperatures going to pan out to be very similar to yesterday. this morning we are seeing condensation in the form of drizzle at the seashore. 60s beaches today 70s, 80s peninsula and into the santa clara valley. outside number today will be t( degrees in xdbrentwood, tracy, oakley and discovery bay. 60s common across the north bay coast all e1the way through the 70s to t(txemlow 80s in napa. and upstream 88 in cloverdale. your full forecast lpat 18 minutes lpafter the hour. thanks, roberta. 6:02 force to put down protests after a deadly police shooting in the city.
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blocked a freeway in one direction downtown.x kpix 5 reporter anne makovec joins us in the newsroom with more on the protests and what triggered it. reporter: the shooting that started the protest is still under investigation this there are two very different lp stories as to how that went t( down and the aftermath was just as chaotic. r this is what it looked like r last night on 980 in oakland. gridlock. ñi+ drivers did not know çówhat to or where to go when they were faced with protestors. it wasn't until about 20 minutes later that we saw officers start to roll up and p.m. once the chp got there, they got creative in clearing the logjam. jf we saw cars being told to drive+ the wrong direction on a ramp and flipping u-turns to get zv back on the freeway. between 50 and 100 e1 demonstrators were marching to c the oakland police department to protest a police shooting that happened yesterday afternoon. and along the way, they blocked 6umu8sh from the freeway. some set small fires along the way. the shooting that sparked that protest happened at 27th and
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mlk. t( police shot and killed a 24- year-old who was wanted in a robbery case. they spotted the suspect's car r and then chased it until it crashed. ok as you can see there. we heard from a woman who says she saw what happened next. >> then he got out the car and started running. oki] he had the gun in his hand. he running for his life he was running. they tell him drop the gun dropq the gun drop the guxn& he didn't want to drop the gun so that duke, duke, duke, duke,( hit him about 6 or 7 times. t( >> she says he was lying on the ground at the time after he tripped and fell. the police department says this man was trying to carjack someone after the crash and that he was walking toward çó officers with a pistol in hand. good news all three officers involved in the shooting were wearing body cameras that were rolling at the time. so that's all going to be part of the investigation. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. ñifáçóçóñi
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crews are making some progress on the i]"jerusalem fire" although it's [ñnow sprea into napa county, as well. it's 16% é@e1contained. that's up from 6% yesterdayevacuations remain in effect. 50 structures are considered threatened. morning. but so far no homes have burned. ñi alameda police arrested a 17-year-old suspected e1in a string of crimes e1including a sexual assault. detectives say surveillance video that circulated this week helped find him. he is accused of assaulting a bkholice say he would get into homes through an open window or unlock door. and jfthey say he was more interested in through as a result every victim instead of stealing. >> most of the burglaries -- for the property in the home when no one is home to get what they want. this case is the reason it's
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called a hot prowl is because, um, the occupants are home. it's frightening. >> police say th how he chose his victims. since he is just 17 they are not releasing his name. ñi after 14 years on the run a former fremont teacher is now in custody. frank montenegro was charged in 2001 with sexual assaulting two boys. investigators say the 52-year- d old montenegro fled to mexico a short time later. yesterday, the fbi tracked ok him down in los angeles. where he had been living for ye p& scho( today new folsom lpprison o( near w3sacramento was under ccl watch after a riot xdlpcyesterd as betty yu explains, fáxdone o california's most notorious >> reporter: his friends called him yogi bear a name that hardly suggests the convicted rapist he was or the convict who was part of the san quentin six, the men xdwho fbgáou.$ude throats of three guards at
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quentin in a dramatisdñescape attempt back in 1971. all these years later hugo pinel ended a long spell of solitary confinement. today, in the exercise yard at new folsom prison, another con shaqb çót(him jfand he died. the prison says hugo was definitely the target. >> his family is devastated by this. >> reporter: he was jfin solita for safety in the prison. >> there's clear undeniable fail our to protect him. there have been significant threats against him because of his ureputation. >> reporter: including killing another pskson xdguard just4ifi months before he tried to kill his t(way ouñof quentin. folsom. his attorney says hugo had no record okof violence for the la 30 years. lp 1971 incident at san quentin. you know, he's the only person
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left in prison who is directly associated with that incident. so he has become, you know, the target. >> reporter: hugo's attorney says his client xdwas in solita confinement for nearly 45 years. he e1was shocked to find out hu was mixed in with the qgeneral population two weeks ago. in the xdnewsroom, betty xdyu, 5. a hard-fought compromise on the pensio8náq#orm t(for san jo police may be in jeopardy. the police union says çóthe agreement signed two weeks e1ag could fall apart. it would wipe out portions of measure b pension cuts and restore rages to competitive levels. but now city çó-- restore wages to competitive w3levels. bow now the city attorneyxfwant to síuy how measure fáfáb can b rolled back. livermore shuts the doors to a medical marijuana storefront for good. they had many issues including a police raid earlier this year. the subsequent court injunctions. but it hasn't stopped patients
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from getting marijuana until now. since the closure at least 14 companies popped up to deliver to patients in the area instead. today a cpeninsula school board will decide whether to build a couple t(of new schools as enrollment goes e1up. construction plan. one school would be in foster ok city. the other in san mateo's north- central neighborhood. will go on the november ballot. a xdjudge grilling wo#tom b and the nfl. brady did not speak during yesterday's hearing in new york. the judge demanded the nfl show the t(evidencm zxdthat directly links brady to those ufdeflated footballs during a e1play-off questioned why brady destroyed his cell phone during the middle ofz]the investigation. the judge wants the two sides to reach a t(settlement before labor day. cameras were not loved in the courtroom but a sketch artist was. and she was not that great. one xdokqof the images of brady
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viral on social media. people are even creating spoofs of it. this one is like "the scream" and this one is like the bicycle scene from the film "et." the courtroom çósketch artist c since apologized. >> i call that a fail. ñianother sign of football season is rapidly approaching. single game tickets go on seam at xd10:00 this morning for the 49ers on the ticketmaster website ó[they go on sale at 10 a.m. a close call for an for some students xdin san francisco. we are going to take you to a very creepy camp next. from the kpix t(5 gñther center, good morning, everybody. sure, we have some drizzle out there okright now from the deck
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of low clouds but i'll tell you1 when we'll hit fá101 degrees. >> and we have backups now at the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are ñion w3 traffic is backed up beyond west grand avenue. i'll give you a complete look at your thursday drive into at your thursday drive into work coming up. ,, a new sea chance to tryew look. something different. this summer, challenge your preconceptions and experience a cadillac for yourself. ♪ the 2015 cadillac srx. lease this from around $339 per month, or purchase with 0% apr financing.
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just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at we have low clouds xdand fo and drizzle. we'll have your thursday forecast in four minutes. thanks, roberta's. a scary t(moment for a fresno pilot. a drone actually flew into the path of an emergency helicopter while transporting a patient. the drone came within a i]few
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&çq the xdhelicopter crew is going make drone preparation part fáo the preparation. summer camp is about enjoying the outside, enjoying the outdoors playing sports those kinds of things. but not all of them. how about one that scares your kids? sounds stra. but that's exactly what they are doing at the creep show tucked away under a ñi a 101 overpass, it's a beat-up old san francisco warehouse fright. [ scary music ] >> reporter: it's ghoulish and ( creepy. çóq you may even lose your head! but it certainly isn't scaring these kids away. welcome to creep show camp. >> ah! >> reporter: two weeks of monster madness learning all things from the world of horror entertainment. fá >> for me it's a way of are, what's out there and who we might become.
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>> reporter: no inhibitions here. these 9 to 15-year-olds are immersing themselves into monster dump, a throwback performing arts school that specializes in classic horror cinema. ñi i mean, after all -- xd >> acting like a zombie or a serial killer or something likeó that can just be a lot of fun. d >> reporterolrá's true. r it's a great release to act out role play and make believe and á makeup. monster makeup!all learning a genre that's been lost for a good generation. fá and the kids love it. t( 3p9> it's fun because you don'tn get to do it, like, in your everyday life, like, you can't just be a monster every day that's why i like it. >> they are like, why would you want to go to that camp? that sounds terrible. i'm like, i don't know, it's fun. >> reporter: how good are these kids? t( let's find out, shall we? ok these little monsters are having a ball. w3 but don't take my word for it. it's the creep show camp and it's this week's -- >> cool camp, ha, ha, ha! ñiokx]
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>> we look like that ñiin the cá morning sometimes, frank! >> we all! you should see liza at 4 a.m. ! [ laughter ] >> it was so much fun, the kids doing all the makeup and did a great job. it's a two-week camp and then they have a performance at the end of it and xda lot of the ki just keep coming back. so a xdlot of fun. >>(3i would. >> in the city. what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at we may come and feature your >> you looked a little lpscary. record broken in canada. it wasn't e1smooth e1sailing fo( this daredevil. look at 26-year-old spencer seabrook who w3crossed i]-- my gosh! i know. all at the jfsame time. -- between two -- [ indiscernible ] he had a couple of close qcalls. he kept going and finished. fáe1 snow harness, no safety -- no harness or safety net.
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the tightrope is a wide nylon webbing. next up he is not stopping, base jumping and skydiving. although that sounds t(more i]- t nuts. i'm ñi sorry. uts. i'm ñi >> interest in base jumping has been up after the killing of the two jumpers over in yosemite. how do you practice something like that? how do okyou practice? >> in your home? you. >> make çóone mistake. >> well, game over. time for traffic. liza? >> we are going to talk about the eastshore freeway as it rolls through ñiberkeley and i] emeryville. it is getting more crowded. but çónot too many ñrbrake lighg as of ñryet. you xdwill see some delays as y continue westbound toward the bay bridge toll plaza. that's where the meet are on and traffic is backed up from at least west grand avenue. so lpfor many commutes this morning, we are seeing lighter traffic including right here at the bay xdbridge toll xdplaza.
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25-minute drive time leaving the carquinez bridge bound for the macarthur maze at oakland. now there is an accident in the clearip'dstages. it's in the benicia area. it happened northbound 680 near 780. a big rig accident blocking a[p÷ least one lane of traffic. our sensors along 680 still pick up light traffic approaching the scene again just that right lane that's shut down for now. heading for highway 4 that's going to be slow. our sensors along that westbound drive picking up okw3 traffic from "a" street. stays heavy in pockets just into pittsburg no delays for the willow pass. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. we knew okit was going to happen. we said it would. and it's it has. low clouds and fog at sfo on some arriving flights up to one hour and six minutes. the clouds continue to lower this morning obscuring visibility. in fact right no reporting 59 degrees with visibility down to three- quarters of a mile due to the marine layer. that has pushed back onshore. meanwhile, let's talk about some winds. and pleasanton.
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oh, san ramon is down now. it ñrwas up to 12-mile-per-hour winds. we have 17 sustained winds right now up to 17 miles per hour in the fairfield area. west winds xd5 to 15 later toda otherwise near seasonal temperatures again today and the reason is, this area of low pressure has been parked off the northern california coastline for several days. it's now becoming -- falling apaj( up against the northwestern quadrant california. it will go east. that allows high pressure to yd"xáemperatures will climb. today 89 sacramento. 84 lake tahoe. 72 monterey bay. our numbers from 70 at the seashore through the 80s around the peninsula jfto the mid- and highjfoids inland. hot over ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. giants outfielder aoki left yesterday's game against houston. he could be headed to the disabled list with concussion symptoms. c six and a third but that run was the difference maker. rasmus broke up the scoreless tie. bad pitch is gone. t( to 3.5 games behind the dodgers in the national league west. r a's north of the border c taking on the red-hot toronto blue jays who smoked the a's! as in justin smoak. three-run shot blowout early ñr- 3 the final. jfe1 toronto has won 10 straight andr they pass the yankees, they lead the american league east. d friday tmz reported that r
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former 49er aldon smith got into an altercation at practiceó with quarterback colin kaepernick. and that smith later crashed kaepernick's car. but yesterday kaepernick deniedr the report and went after the media that ran with that story.á >> try to prey on athletes' livelihoods while one is going through a tough time is embarrassing to me. for people that do report that, just to get internet clicks and get, um, attention to their website or reports, um, it çó+ really is embarrassing that people do that. it's been dramatic for the 49ers. they need to play football and they will this saturday at houston right here on the big 5. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. jf how about some baseball? play of the day. good one, too. mariners pitcher qhisashi iwakuma, look at that! going into the 9th inning has f no-no. got a little defensive e1w3help
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third baseman kyle seager makes a nice w3catch ñifoul territory going back going back cand oh!! a little turnaround makes a 3catch. it was the fifth no-hitter in mariners history and yes, of course he won the game. that's your play of the day. very nice. give "jaws" a run for its money. we'll give you çóa close-up loo at the massive great white! >> and i'm kiet do live in north san jose at the scene w3o an active crime scene. the city's 19th homicide of the year is being investigated. we have a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,
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i'm kiet do live in north san jose where police are investigating a rare homicide opted city's north side inside a high-tech industrial park. we have a live report straight ahead. >> i'm anne makovec in the newsroom with two differently sides of a story after an officer kills a man in oakland c and the protest that ensued. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good okjft(morning, everybody. it is back! the return. marine layer. we'll have the effect on zlwñyo thursday coming up. >> and 680 drivers there is now a çó"sig alert" in place northbound 680. it's august 13, good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning. i'm maria medina. time now is 6:30. let's begin this half-hour o jose.
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here on lundy avenue inside north san jose. this is about çótwo blocks nort of the main post office on lundy avenue. professional center. s includes high-tech church of scientology. this whole area is roped off by crime scene tape. workers will t(be en vinessed. at 1 a.m., when officers got here ñithey found a man with a gunshot wound. he died at the hospital. one of the nearby workers on the graveyard shift heard from some kind of drug deal that t( went bad. officers were seen walking around looking for surveillance cameras that might have been pointed at the crime scene. that will be t;ñrucial evidence when they go to solve this xd case. no reports of any suspects t(in custody. this is the city's 19th homicide of the year. çó >> the all-important weekend
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it's jfstable with the weather pattern due to the upper level low spinning off the coast. we have a warmup this weekend. it is the return of the very deep ñimarine layer that's now causing delays at sfo. one hour and six minutes on some arriving flights. with the cloud cover this morning it's so mild. in fact, it's warmer at this hour than just 24 hours ago. 60s at the coast today, 70s and 80s at the peninsula, 83 cupertino. warmer in morgan hilñup to 88 degrees in gilroy then east of the bay, the warmest numbers t( all. close to 90s inland, e1i]low 80 uisun bay. a robust west e1wind at later today. 70s and 80s all the way up to
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santa rosa. 88 degrees in cloverdale. i'll tell you what. i have that seven-day forecast coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. and roberta, the chp has issued a "sig alert" for 680. bridge. it means lanes will bñ@8shut ]f down for xdat least fá30 minute north 680 beyond 680. a big rig excellent blocking at least one lane of traffic -- a big rig accident blocking at least one lane of traffic. take the carquinez ñ)çpbridge instead as you alternate. we'll keep a close eye on that commute for you. so far just a brief delay getting fáthrough there. bus over at fáthe bay bridge to plaza, drive times up leaving the carquinez bridge toward the maze westbound. the bay bridge toll plaza is going to be slow from west grand with those metering lights on. if you plan to make the richmond/san rafael bridge commute, westbound traffic is now slow approaching the toll plaza. that's your zvtraffic. >> thank you.
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off the qkvnbay bridge -- who t a plunge off the bay bridge after crashkn a stol as an officer tried to grab her. nothing. bm not having insulated t(layer amount of time you can e1surviv in the water. >> a truck driver gave a woman in a wet dress a ride. two other women in the car were released. police in riot gear fanned out around an oakland intersection due to a police shooting. protestors shut down part of a downtown freeway. anne makovec is in our newsroom with more. e1xdlp >> reporter: good morning. xd the shooting that started the protest is under investigation this morning. there are two very different stories as to how that went down. but the aftermath was just as chaotic. this is what it looked like
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last night on 980 in oakland. gridlock. chp was nowhere to be scene for some time. $ugtil about 20 minutes later that we saw officers start to roll up to that area about 10:20 p.m. myñr once the chp got there, they got creative in clearing the logjam. t( we saw cars being told to drivex wrong direction on a ramp and flipping u-turns to get back on the freeway. xdfá between 50 and 10demonstrators marched to the lpoakland police department to protest a police shooting that happened yesterday afternoon. fá2'j-alon 27th street off-ramps from westbound i-90 and 580. some set small fires long the way. ñi the shooting that sparked the prg(ústgppened atfrtqh and mlk. police shot and killed a 24- year-old wae7,ed in a robbery case. they spotted the suspect's car 4 they chased it until it crashed. then we heard from a woman who says she saw what happened next. >> then he started running with the gun in his hand. ok he was running for his life. he was running. they saying drop the gun, drop the gun, drop the gun. he didn't want to drop the gun.
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then i hereby duke and duchess of cambridge duke and duce-&s they said duque, duque, duque, dune, and he was down. >> she saying he was lying on the ground at the time he tripped and fell. the police said he was trying to carjack someone after the crash and he was walking towards the officers with a pistol in his hand. all three officers had rolling body cameras at the time. that's going to be pkráze investigation. live in the newsroom anne makevoc, kpix 5. ñiñilpqcçót(w3ó former president jimmy carter has cancer e1that spread through his body. he had a small mass removed on the liver a ufew days jfago and cancer was discovered. carter, 9z(years old will çóbeg treatment in cancer. pancreatic cancer. the death toll is now more than 50 after a series of
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those explosions sent huge fireballs into the night sky over tianjin. 12 of fáthe dead are among the 1,000 firefighters xdwho were sent to the scene. hundreds of people are injured. the explosions originated at a warehouse for hazardous ok0@6cj% materials. so far, no word on what caused the çóincident. los angeles will likely lead the u.s. fáeffort to get t 60s in 2024. the u.s. olympic committee said yesterday it's moving forward »! talks to make çól.a. the host city. boston was originally selected to bid but pulled out last month becau: the o+1npic committee will make a final decision at ñrxdñithe e the month. the u.s. has not held a fá60s lp since 1996 in atlanta. gas prices keep falling in the bay area. regular unleaded is selling below $3 xda gallon at some stations. tell me where they are. analysts say there are a couple of reasons for the slide.
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less expensive winter blend. >> it's awesome because ç7 helps a lot of people especially in my business i'm a realtor so i drive aroundaoa lot. so it helps me. >> we xdshould have winter blen all year. says it could be below $2.50 by the end of the year. >> pleasant hill safeway 2.99. saw that on the way. a big great white shark sighting off mexico may be the biggest ever filmed. the name is >ldeep blue. a researcher spotted xdlpit off coast of mexico guadalupe island in the pacific ocean. just mammoth. she is about 20 feet long, 50 years old and according to the discovery channel, she xdis pregnant. more sharks. more big sharks could be coming soon. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> you know she's tired. >> a busy little shark but beautiful in all its glory. >> she still has game! [ laughter ]
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>> all right. we move ñralong now. thousands of rainbow trout are being çórelocated because o the drought. 5,000 are already in shaver lake instead of the normal home the san joaquin fish hatchery. the hatchery gets its water from a reservoir where temperatures are the warmest they have been in more xdthan 6 decades! >> this year, with the continued drought cand more severe conditions, it looks like the temperature is going to reach a higher level so okw9w advance of disease problems and loss of fish, we want to get them out live ñiand healthy before that happens. >> through deep nets and suction pipes, the fibddl.w they are driven more than 30 miles and poured into a ñinew place lpto swim. like lake shaver. big news for shoppers. the san francisco premium outlets in livermore is opening 30 new stores. i see a date in the future. this makes it the largest u.x outlet center in the state.
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the new additions include jimmy chu and uggs australia. >> you need to meet your girlfriends before you go shopping. we had a omery special gues in the studio this morning. 40 years in the making. it's the nba championship trophy right here at kpix t(5 a ÷8qáhin made the rounds through the newsroom. everyone got to caress it fáand have a fápicture taken. and yeah, you know, what a year the warriors had, right? >> it is the people's trophy. it's the pr department at the warriors desk said it feels like they own this trophy. they want to bring it out ñiint the community and let everybody have part of it. >> 25 national tv appearances. they are playing on christmas day against çóñithe cavs. against new orleans. they are the up and coming -- >> roberta is trying out. >> i was there friday. >> we wish her well. >> all right.
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he ixxccused of killing a new mexico e1state trooper and hijacking a plane. the dangers of staring at computer screens all day and what to do about it. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> i think we're all in trouble. >> i know. >> we are. bad trouble. >> good to see you, charlie. thank you. >> look away, look away. it is 6:45 now. a san francisco lpstartuprdhas developed a water conserving showerhead. the engineer says at the company uses 30% of what a normal one would use. atomizing nozzles fáincreasing surface area of the spray. big changes coming to the way you pay your verizonmc 6cj% wireless bill. starting today t(verizon is doi subsidies for new customers.
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new data plans require no contracts and customers can switch between plans ñieach mon but the cost of xdthe phone is ( longer subsidized. customer can pay çófor it in time for traffic. 6:46. how we doing? alert" in place. this is near the@(benicia bridg 80 at 780. a big qokrig blocking the right- hand lane. just one lane shut down traffic stilling doing okay approaching the scene. if this is out there for much oi longer it will create some delays. to be safe head for the carquinez bridge instead where eastbound 80 is the alternate. the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights are on tracked backed up from e1the foot of th maze. between the carquinez bridge and the maze. 880 as it rolls through the
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east bay no problems. southbound direction looking good leaving oakland bound for the hayward area. now, the san mateo bridge is going to see some sluggish traffic now. you can see that in this picture right here. westbound 92, now clocking in at 21 minutes leaving 880 in hayward approaching 101 in san mateo. that's a xdlook at "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. good morning. calling w3on my weather watcher these are my i]eyes to it the microclimates. and currently they are all reporting some çóareas of low clouds and xdfog right here in the bay area. they are reporting@pvisibility issues. we'll look at some of these numbers coming in as lpof now. we have petaluma peggy san rafael linda san francisco george and in brentwood we do have paul smith w3temperatures all i]ñiin the 60s. 67 degrees right now. low xdçóclouds and fog at sfo. delays one hour and six minutes on some arriving flights. it's mild this morning. warmer at this hour than just xd 24 hours ago and the winds are
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under 10 miles per hour. we'll be kicking up to about 15 late lpday out of the west. we do have the "nreturn ofrothe low clouds cproducing even a little bit of drizzle on the coast but it's going to wipe away. this is that area of low pressure i have been talking about since monday. it's been lpjust anchored off t coast. it's now falling apart at the 3#a and computer models suggest it's going to lift to the north eject e1to jfthe east and as thñ happened high pressure builds in and then we have a robust > reporter: good morning. we know frank did more of the shopping between all of us
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here. there's no doubt about that. >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: with his wardrobe. it ñiwas good news in july. retail sales p,rebounded from a flat june up six-tenths of a percent. a lot of demand for home furnishings ubuilding materials restaurants with a big month. well. electronic sales also down. this is a key. the back-to-school shopping season is t(under way now. the national retail federation expects that sales will be lower compared to last year. job market still looking good. initial jobless claims rose a bit this past week but the four- week average is t(down to 2e market is pulling back a little1 bit in the early going. dow down 50. back to you. >> thank you. biggest shopper in america right next to me right here jason. >> we are all jfhappy for it if that lifts our economy up, thank you, maria! >> bring it on. all right, fáw3 fájason brooks kcbs news thank you. here's okñia sign of the re-
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hot rental market in san francisco. they spend 47% of their income if youpdare looking for a new place the penthouse unit in a brand-new duboce avenue building ñrgoing for $6,500 a month. it's one bedroom, 981 square feet, wbas a t(private deck and housecleaning services. security deposit is $13,000. here's jfa look inside a two- bedroom unit in that same building. a little bigger çóand offers sa amenities, no housecleaning, $6,000 a month. new research shows t(eye movement during sleep can change what you csee in çóxdçóy dreams. scientists recorded çóbrain +ce patterns during the dream phase of sleep and found rem matched activity when you are awake and see a +new image. now, they believe the flickering indicates a change of scene just like a movie. i'm kiet do in north ñrsan jose. san jose police are investigating a rare homicide
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that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ firefighters continue to paining progress on the "jerusalrfire" burning more than 23,000 acres now 33% ok contained. 50 structures xdare considered f threatened. evacuations remain in effect. former president jimmy carter has cancer. it was discovered during surgery on his ñrliver. he will have treatment in ñi atlanta. he is 90 years old. for the woman who jumped off the kj investigators say she ucrashed stolen car jumped over the railing and survived that 70- foot drop to the water. two other women were questioned and xdreleased.
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protestors shut down i980 last night. angry over an officer-involved shooting in oakland yesterday. yhooting in oakland yesterday. the chp got there. we saw cars being told to drive the wrong direction on a ramp and flipping u-turns to get back on w3to the freeway. a hard-fought compromise on pension reform for san jose police may bñin jeopardy. the police union says the agreement signed two weeks ago could fall apart. it would wipe out portions of measure lpypension cuts and restore wages back to competitive levels. but before the city council could ratify it city attorneys measure can be rolled qback. i'm kiet do live in north san jose where lppolice are investigating an overnight homicide in part of the city that does not get a lot cúfáof kind of activity. still an active scene on lundy avenue. this is about two blocks north of the main post office. inside the lundy professional center. ogá a church of scientology. so a lot of workers will be
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inconvenienced this morning. in fact, we are seeing a lot of them now queued up trying to get to work calling their çó bosses explaining what is going on out here. now, the call w3to police came around 1 a.m. when officers got here, they victim with a gunshot wound. paramedics took him to the hospital where he was aonounced dead. one of the nearby workers on the graveyard shift heard from a sergeant on scene possibly we are not sure if p,this was inside or outside the building but we have seen detectives walking in and out e1of the fir floor of one of the buildings. ]blooking for surveillance cameras that might have seen things. thatoll be crucial in solving the case. no reports of any suspects in custody yet. this is the city's 19th homicide of the year. well short of last xdyear's record pace of homicides but there's been a shark spike in homicides over the e1past coupl of weeks so police t(are concerned. kiet do, kpix 5. we are going to go to the bay bridge toll plaza now where
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the metering lights are on. traffic is backed up from west grand avenue so it's much lighter than usual. part of the reason traffic is lighter here we had earlier problems in the richmond area jf which held back a lot of the traffic normally bound for fáth bay bridge toll plaza. so it's going to be slow in richmond. lighter than usual at fáthe bay bridge toll plaza. and as you make wear towards the w3benicia bridge in that northbound direction leaving martinez there is an accident now northbound 680 beyond 9á chp expects to jfñhave lanes sh down for at least another 30 mu#ktes with this big rig accident out there. you're going to want to çótake the carquinez bridge as your alternate. still no delays for all of southern marin. a little foggy at the golden gate. but southbound fág good getting into san francisco. right here the richmond/san t( rafael bridge, we have been w3 seeing more delays these past couple of w3months for west 580 and this morning, it'#ñgoing to be backed up at the toll plaza with more heav way across the bridge as you make your way towards san
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rafael. >> i have been showing you a very deep marine layer all morning long with areas of drizzle but it has not moved inland as far as that marine layer is concerned. where we currently have temperatures in the mid-60s. it's in the upper 50s in santa rosa. that xdarea of low pressure should be with us for another day keeping temperatures stable for this time of the year. in fact, we're talking about 60s and low 70s at the coast. 80s santa clara valley. up to 87 degrees in san ramon brentwood area. north bay numbers stacking up from the 60s at the beaches, 70s in san rafael to the low 80s in napa. meanwhile mid-80s will be common from cloverdale çóall th way to the clearlake area. 80 in rohnert park. the extended forebcst it okcalló for this. temperatures very similar to yesterday. 60s beaches, 70s bayside. low 80s peninsula cto the chigh 80s inland. tomorrow the w by the weekend, we are talking about robust temperatures well into the triple digits.
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city but up to the mid-70s in the pacifica area. hig@ cressure begins to flatten i still summer back from qvacatio in the bay area. >> just drive five komi3. it will change. [ laughter ] >> and we had a very special guest in our studio this morning. 40 years in the making. it's the nba champi%d:rrh trophy and thanks ."to the gold state warriors, they brought it over for us to caress, take a few pictures, to smell, that thing was pretty popular as it worked its way through the newsroom. >> t(e1mossy mo in the pr department at the warriors, i have been helping him train for bring the trophy çóin. when he takes this trophy fá around to people he can have steph curry and klay and everybody always t(loves them b trophy. >> you can touch and feel it. >> everybody lpjust has been a warriors fan forever and it's been 40 years. been 40 yearí8 by the way, they christmas day against the cavs to open up the 27th against new orleans and because of all
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their popularity, 25 national tv appearances. t(jf captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, august 13th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the death toll jumps overnight after huge explosions in china. we're on the scene as daylight reveals massive devastation. former president jimmy carter tells the world he has cancer. dr. david agous what's next. plus, the cop kill wloer hijacked a plane and is hiding in havana. will renewed relations with cuba mean he'll finally face justice in the u.s. we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in noo90


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