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i'm michelle griego. and i'm kenny choi. let's get a look at weather and traffic. here's roberta gonzales i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. good morning. it's thursday, august 4. let's check the bay bridge. time now 5:00. >> i think kenny has a love affair with the bay bridge. >> i appreciate its beauty. >> i believe it's only fair because the golden gate bridge gets all the love. >> i love the golden gate, too. >> well, i think he likes it -- the stepsister the bay bridge, a little bitter. >> now it has lights on it. >> equal love. >> we can see the lights this morning even though we are experiencing overcast skies from the coast into our inland areas. this is the scene at sfo. look at that gray slate and whenever we do have clouds lowering at sfo, we have the possibility of airport delays so we'll keep a prized of that
situation. right now 53 degrees in santa rosa to the mid-50s tri-valley. you, too are the recipient of clouds this morning. look at the numbers because our temperatures are coming down. in fact you're going to feel the difference away from the bay into our inland areas. coastside no sunshine. we will have plenty of sun around the peninsula into the 70s. topping off at 80 degrees in palo alto. 77 in san jose when we're be at 84. good morning, brentwood. you will be done a good 12 degrees at 85. low 80s in san ramon today. low 80s in vallejo, benicia, martinez and american canyon. 60 in stinson beach. if you want the heat, it's on. 92 degrees in lakeport to 95 in ukiah. full forecast including the weekend at 18 minutes after the hour. >> thank you, ro. let's take a look at traffic time now 5:01. we have an accident northbound 680 at stock creek. a car facing the wrong way. there was an accident, cars are
moving smoothly not too much delays on that freeway. and then let's move on to check up on pleasant hill. northbound 680 at monument boulevard there was a crash there. a passenger was trapped. all lanes were closed but that's clear now and all lanes are open. so not too much traffic there, as well. and then moving on to the bay bridge, maze to downtown about 8 minutes so 80 is looking good, toll plaza looking good as of now. thank you. hundreds of court workers across santa clara county won't be clocking in this morning because of day 2 of the union strike which means many cases are in limbo. kpix 5's maria medina is live at san jose's hall of justice on what workers want and the backlog that's building without them. maria. >> reporter: chaotic. that's how one lawyer described what was going on inside the courthouse yesterday. and again today, they plan to strike for day 2. now, they say they deserve more pay, more than the two 5% pay raises that the court is offering them, in
six months. now, yesterday, they picketed and the court really felt the impact. one lawyer told us that his cases were in limbo, likely to be rescheduled. some of the workers say they really want the court system to feel what it's like without them. >> this morning our judge was having to fill out the paperwork himself. and with the small number of people we had on this morning, that's something he could accomplish. but there's no way he is going to be able to do that with 100 folks. >> reporter: so one of the cases delayed because of the strike is the high-profile case of the suspect in sierra lamar's disappearance and murder. many of the workers on strike, they helped the judge fill out the paperwork to push these cases through the system. they also processed search warrants so that they can be served. so again, this morning, santa clara court workers plan to walk the picket line behind me at 7:30 a.m. we also want to note that there are nine courthouses countywide. now, we are also told that many of the court cases will be on
hold. they will be postponed. but the most important ones like criminal arraignments are still happening. many wonder how long that will go on before the system buckles. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. right now san francisco police are at the scene of a standoff that started yesterday. the 200 block of miramar avenue in the city's ingleside district blocked off as officers communicate with a man inside a home. they have been outside the home since 1:30 yesterday afternoon. it's not clear what the man is wanted for but police say there's a chance he has a weapon. new this morning salinas police are looking for a woman accused of kidnapping her 6- year-old despite not having custody. officers wants the public's help finding the woman last seen on tuesday running towards south main street with a young son in tow. the boy's name is richard martinez. he is about 4 feet 2 inches tall. roughly the same height as yvonne. salinas police department
believe the boy went with his mother voluntarily. today a judge is expected to sentence a san francisco chinatown figure to life in prison. raymond "shrimp boy" chow was convicted in a murder and racketeering case earlier this year. the murder charge carries a mandatory life sentence. film legend clint eastwood is weighing in on the presidential race. anne makovec is live in the newsroom with details of his remark. >> reporter: clint eastwood is supporting donald trump and defending his comments saying he is just saying what's on his mind. eastwood lives in carmel. he is 86 years old. a life-long republican and in a recent interview he acknowledged that trump came off as racist specifically referring to his comments about a federal judge. eastwood says people are being too sensitive. quote, everybody is walking on egg shells. we see people accusing people of being racist in all kinds of stuff. when i grew up, those things weren't called racist. but a lot of prominent
republicans have been distancing themselves from trump, even his running mate mike pence doesn't quite see eye to eye with him. trump refused to endorse house speaker paul ryan and ripped senator john mccain for failing american veterans. among some high-profile republicans, hewlett-packard ceo meg whitman said give money and vote for hillary clinton. >> somebody has to get through to him that if he continues to have, um, 48 hours like -- like the one he just had, then, not just his presidency, but other members of his party, the down ballot tickets, the senate, the house of representatives, are in real jeopardy. >> reporter: it has not helped that trump also clashed with gold star khan family and suggested that the november election could be rigged. back to eastwood, he hasn't formally endorsed a candidate but said he would vote for trump before hillary clinton. live in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> eastwood no stranger in the world of politics nationally and here in california.
>> reporter: yeah. he was mayor of carmel in the '80s and made a splash in the republican convention in 2012 when he had a conversation with an empty chair representing president obama. michelle? >> all right, anne. thank you. the u.s. paid a decades old $400 million debt to iran earlier this year and now it's the center of controversy. the obama administration arranged a delivery of the cash payment on the same day iran released four american prisoners and formally implemented the nuclear deal. some republicans say it was ransom. >> hillary clinton and barack obama essentially put a price tag on the head of every american traveling abroad by turning over a cash payment essentially a ransom payment for americans held in iran. >> no. it was not. it is against the policy of the united states to pay ransom for hostages. >> president obama announced the $400 million cash transfer
in january. officials say the cash delivery was due in part to iran's lack of access to the global financial system. investigators are on the scene in dubai working to recover the black box from an explosive crash-landing. the airline says that it's possible that extreme heat and wind may have been factors. but no word yet from investigators. the emirates airline flight burst into flames moments after it crashed on the runway. cell phone video showing the chaos inside that plane here. passengers say that the pilot came on the loudspeaker to say there was a problem with the landing gear. then minutes later they escaped through the emergency exit. . >> [ indiscernible >> all 300 passengers and crew were safely evacuated. one firefighter died while trying to put out the flames. today in san jose, a brand- new swing set that does more than get people flying. this one actually makes music. ♪[ music ]
>> that's cool. every swing sparks a different musical note with the whole set composing an entire piece right on the spot. even grownups are allowed to ride them. they are part of an interactive project in plaza de cesar chavez. the montreal company behind them says the message is simple. that we can achieve more together than separately. the swings are free and open for two months. >> fancy. time now 5:09. fencing, training is one thing but how would you like to train to be a jedi? this week's "cool camp" is next. >> i would like that. but how florida is stepping up efforts to combat the spread of zika. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning, everyone. we have a big change in the forecast that will affect your outdoor activities for the weekend. those details coming up as the news continues but wait, we have this brief time-out. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
forecast in just a few minutes. making landfall on mexico's yucatan peninsula. powerful waves battered the shores of the mexican new video this morning of hurricane earl making landfall in mexico. powerful waves battering the shores of the mexican city 80 miles south of cancun. heavy rain flooded streets and sidewalks. it was downgraded to a tropical storm as it made land fall in
belize this morning. flooding and landslides are expected. crews hope to spray for mosquitos in the air in florida, they were supposed to start yesterday but were grounded because of the weather. instead workers inspected dozens of homes and passed out flyers about the virus to tourists. 15 cases of locally transmitted zika have been confirmed in the county. despite that number and recent travel advisories, the mayor of miami told cbs news, it's still safe to go outside. >> all the corners of this area and i think that wynwood is now is safe. >> you think it's safe for pregnant women to come here? >> i think it's safe now because i don't think that there are mosquitos here. >> it's linked to birth defects. the health department is offering free zika tests for pregnant women. more mosquito fog something scheduled in atherton to prevent the spread of the west nile virus. vector control will at least
atherton and san mateo county after mosquitos with the virus were found last week. the spraying starts at 9 p.m. and end at 5 a.m. experts say that people can reduce the risk of being bitten by mosquitos by wearing long shirts and pants or by using deet or oil of lemon eucalyptus. the olympic torch arrived by boat in rio de janeiro yesterday ahead of the 2016 olympics. a few brazilian olympics sailors carried the torch before handing it off to the mayor of rio eduardo paez. nearly 100 olympic athletes went from houston as to rio. they took off from bush airport and includes athletes from track and field, badminton, tae kwon do and wrestling. do or do not, there is no try. there's of course the motto of master yoda in "star wars" and also at a fencing camp in san
francisco. these campers are good, they are swapping swords for light sabres so that's why the golden gate fencing center is this week's "cool camp." >> go, next one, right away. >> reporter: in galaxy far, far away. okay, it's only san francisco. but still, the force is strong at this summer camp. they are learning the footwork. >> the slow and then speed up. >> reporter: and once that's down, they get these, light sabres. >> light sabres are super cool but they are not fencing swords but you can still use kind of the same moves and i like how you can do all the spins on it and it's really fun. >> reporter: battles are similar to fencing duels. >> putting the two together into a single camp is actually a nice synergy. >> reporter: these young children learn moves worthy of luke skywalker. >> it feels so cool. yeah. i kind of feel like a jedi
master or something. >> reporter: with the "star wars" theme, and local fencers heading to the rio olympics, it's no surprise this camp is popular. >> there's not any boy or girl to be honest who hasn't picked up a stick, challenged the friends to a duel, you know, and then clubbed them on top of the head. >> reporter: peter is a master in his own right. he coached the usa women's foil team in the 2008 olympics which won the silver medal. >> a lot of the basic footwork movements and the basic cuts are very similar to what we do in, um, actual the olympic sport of fencing. >> reporter: which are good skills for these future jedis and siths in training. >> i feel like i was meant to do this because i'm a big "star wars" nerd and fan. and it brings the nerd out in me. >> hey, that's good to bring the nerd out. we're all "star wars" nerds, right? it was so funny because i was
asking, would they rather be a jedi or sith and a lot of them said sith. >> more evil than good. >> they like the dark side in san francisco. >> you mentioned that i had to work on my yoda so here's your chance. teach me. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> you caught me on the spot. >> yeah. [ imitating yoda ] >> very good. may the force be with you. >> very good. [ laughter ] >> we want to know what's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to email@example.com, and we may come and feature your camp on the show. >> does anyone else wants to chime in? roberta, roqui? we won't put you on the spot roqui. >> um, you know, i'm not -- i don't know much about "star wars." but i'm impressed. that was good, michelle. outside let's check the traffic. altamont pass our usual trouble area. you can see the red and yellow areas coming out 205 on to the
580 from tracy heading on the altamont pass going to the dublin interchange. and that is not looking too bad right now. to the 680 westbound we'll take but 15 minutes. and if you are not on the freeways, you're taking mass transit around the bay area, there are no delays and bart has 39 trains all on time. good morning, your time check now 5:18. welcome to your thursday, which does offer cooler temperatures from the coast to the bay, peninsula and into our inland areas and it's all because of the marine layer. right now overcast skies as we take a bird's-eye view out from our kpix 5 studios to the bay bridge, it's 55 degrees in livermore, san francisco, it's 53 now in santa rosa. 57 degrees in redwood city. everybody reporting some cloud cover and, in fact, this is our satellite and radar and it paints the picture of the clouds here and then watch it work its way into the bay and stream locally inland a good 50, 60 miles. right now, our temperatures are pretty uniform according to our weather watchers.
good morning to you all. steve in los altos is saying it's 3 degrees cooler this morning due to the ocean breeze that has been kicking in. currently that westerly is at 7 in san francisco, 11 sfo, across the bay we make tracks towards pleasanton at 10. 12 san ramon. these winds out of the southwest at 30 in the area. westerlies 10 to 20 in the afternoon hours occasionally a stronger gust. so today a deeper marine layer at the coast with drizzle. clouds slow to clear bayside. we did clear out yesterday morning by mid-morning. and then inland, much cooler temperatures by 10 to 12 degrees. futurecast clearly illustrates that the coast will not be clear all day long. in fact, as we forge ahead towards your friday, this marine layer will continue to, um, expand and extend inland and so it's going to knock back our temperatures. satellite and radar, it's a huge dome of an area of low pressure and this is just
enhancing our marine layer. until it kicks out, we'll begin to warm back up again. so bringing down the temperature by 9 degrees in sacramento. couple of degrees in the high sierra. 100 today at fresno. still a bit of smoke and haze in the monterey bay area. sun-up at 6:15. and by the time it sets tonight, we are talking about temperatures into the 60s beaches, 60s bay, 70 peninsula, 78 san jose where we should be at 84 degrees. we're talking 80s inland. 87 degrees our outside number today and ditto friday. we'll begin to warm gently by the beginning of next week. you guys know what's going on this weekend? >> what's up? >> outside lands! [ laughter ] >> it's at golden gate park, cool. dress in layers low 60s big headline group tomorrow, duran duran. >> oh!! wow! cool. >> lionel ritchie on sunday. >> great. >> we love it. in a virginia town that's seen heavy rain a woman takes her dog for a walk and the dog spots a goose and then chases
it. >> and soon all three of them get stuck in a lake full of mud. carolyn o'neil said she felt really guilty that her dog chased the goose into a dangerous spot so the charlottesville woman followed them both to perform a rescue but soon carolyn needed one because she suddenly found herself in the mud up to her knees and couldn't move an inch. that's when she knew things could get dicey fast. >> i was at least three- quarters into the lake, um, where i got stuck with the goose and so thank goodness i had my cell phone with me. and so i called my husband, called 911, i even called my neighbors. help! [ laughter ] >> i'm stuck! [ laughter ] >> well, luckily, rescue crews lifted o'neal and her dog and the goose out of the mud but they are warning people, call 911 if you see someone stuck in the mud, don't try and save them yourselves. >> try, do or do not, there is no try. >> we are going to still work on that. [ imitating yoda ] [ laughter ]
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last night closing the deal. nothing to cheer about if you are a giants fan. a lot of screaming going on. jake peavy made his first appearance as a reliever and he deserved better. the tie game in the 12th, peavy induces what should have been an inning ending double play but eduardo nunez can't make the play. and then the very next batter franco roams one up the middle. josephs scores the winning run. the giants 4-13 since the all star break. the a's had more squattered chances in anaheim than this guy has moves and they paid for it. bottom of the 9th, albert pujols hits one hard. the a's lose 8-6, their fifth straight. navorro bowman had a knee injury a couple years ago. last night his work to get back paid off. he signed a 4 year contract extensions worth $20 million guaranteed. he is now signed through the 2022 season. have a great thursday.
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change in your weekend forecast. good morning. it's thursday, august 4. in santa clara county hundreds of court workers are gathering outside the hall of justice but they won't be clocking in because it's the second day of a union strike. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose on what workers want and all that's left in limbo without them. >> reporter: you know, one lawyer told me yesterday that the scene inside the courthouse was chaotic and could be catastrophic. nearly 400 workers plan to strike for day 2. they say they deserve more pay, more than the two 5% raises that the court is offering them in a six-month period. yesterday, they picketed and the court really felt the impact. judges have to fill out their own paperwork. no one was processing paperwork there at least in the courthouse behind me. and those with jury duty were told to check in but they were likingly to go home. one lawyer said his cases were
in limbo that they were likely going to be rescheduled and some of the workers told me they really want the court system to feel what it's like without them. >> i chose to leave my home and i live in my garage. >> we are struggling pay check to paycheck. i have two little ones at home, as well. we need the raise. >> reporter: and they really haven't had a raise in nearly a decade. one of the court cases delayed because of the strike is the high-profile case of the suspect in the sierra lamar disappearance and murder. now, many of the workers on strike they actually helped judges fill the paperwork so they can push through the system, they help process search warrants to be served so again today the workers will be on strike for day 2. they plan to walk the picket line behind my at 7:30. we are told most cases will be postponed. but the most important ones like the criminal arraignments will likely go forward today. many wonder how long can that
work until the system buckles? live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. >> maria, if nearly 400 workers are on strike, is someone taking their place inside the courthouses? >> reporter: yeah. good question. so, um, we're told that managers are filling in the gaps right now and the court actually asking the union, please, help us. so the union did agree to giving them five of its staff. back to you. >> thank you. actor-director clint eastwood is weighing in on the presidential race and causing controversy. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from the newsroom with eastwood's comments during a magazine interview. >> reporter: it was an interview with "esquire" magazine. the hollywood legend had a message to those upset over donald trump's comments. get over it! he said a lot of dumb things so have all of both sides but everybody, the press and everybody's going oh, well, that's racist, and they're making a big hoodoo out of it. just get over it. it's a sad time in history.
end quote. yesterday, illinois representative adam kinsinger became the latest republican refusing to support trump in november angry over his feud with a gold star family. trump's own running mate mike pence also split with him and endorsed house speaker paul ryan. trump in the meantime is trying to refocus attention on hillary clinton blaming her not creation of isis and tiger had to ak -- her to the creation of isis and tying her to the ransom payment to iran for the release of four hostages. >> $400 million in cash. how do you do that? this was something all started by "crooked hillary" clinton. >> speaking at a tie company based in denver clinton said he paid chinese workers to make trump ties. clinton will be in las vegas today. a new fox news poll out wednesday shows trump now
trailing clinton by 10% nationally. >> clint eastwood has some words for the current generation, right? >> he did. [ laughter ] >> most every those i can't repeat on television. but basically, he said that people nowadays are walking on egg shells kissing up to other people instead of being tough and resilient. that's my best attempt at saving the station a call from the fcc. kenny. >> thank you. new developments on a deadly attack in london. we now know the woman who was stabbed to death was an american. police also say that the 19- year-old suspect is norwegian with ties to somalia. officers say that the young man walked into russell square last night started stabbing people at random. five others were hurt. two victims are still in the hospital today. police are not ruling out terrorism at this point but say so far the investigation points towards mental illness as a possible factor. we're now hearing from witnesses who saw all that chaos. >> you just got to be very self-aware when you're out and
about. it could happen anywhere. it -- it really could. and i don't think it would stop any of us coming back, just the case of we were lucky last night. we were going to walk and took a cab instead. who knows? >> the suspect is in the hospital under police custody. cal fire is busy with more than the soberanes fire. crews are working to put out a fire in yolo county. the "cold fire" broke out tuesday near monticello dam. the area is east of lake berryessa. the wildfire has spread more than 4600 acres and for now, the blaze is only 10% contained. cal fire is using helicopters to drop water over the flames and while some people have been told it's time to leave home, we have heard many locals who have seen wildfires before are not evacuating. >> most people stayed in this year because over the last -- this is the third year of mandatory evacuations. >> more than 700 fire personnel are working to battle of flames of the "cold fire." time now 5:35. here's roberta. >> you got to think of these
firefighters and just a hats off to them and prayers to them and their families because we have the sand fire in southern california, the goose fire in fresno, we have the fire across monterey county and now we have this fire, the "cold fire." and as far as the fires are concerned, our air quality has been compromised so this morning we are taking a look at our air quality report. yesterday people in novato and petaluma all reporting areas of smoke from the "cold fire." today we have a west wind 10 to 20 from the beaches into our inland areas. our quality compromisedded in the area. you should not have that big of a problem with the smoke and haze across the north bay due to the shift in the wind. temperatures in fact 50s and 60s out the door. later today, boy, going to feel the difference. we have a cooldown. 50s at best. half moon bay, pacific car, daly city, and colma, i wouldn't bank on any kind of clearing there. we'll have ample sunshine around the peninsula into the 70s. we jump up into the low 80s in
morgan hill, mid-80s gilroy. look at san jose. 77 degrees, we should be at 84. then east bay numbers, this is where you're going to really feel the dent in the temperatures. coming off of 97 in brentwood yesterday, to 85 degrees. coming out of the mid-90s in the tri-valley to 83 comfortable degrees. you can throw open the windows and turn off the ac. 70s common around suisun bay, 60s and 70s for the most part across the north bay. weekend changes. we have that forecast coming up at 48 after the hour. here is roqu. >> i have some questions for you about outside lands this weekend. westbound 80 at el portal drive an accident is now in the right-hand shoulder causing minor delays but not too bad. you can see a lot of red there from the altamont pass to 680. it will take you about 17 minutes westbound and then of course, the maze to downtown
will take you about 10 to 15 minutes right now westbound and the toll plaza metering lights are on as of 5:34 so definitely you want to leave in time for that. back to you guys. thank you. investigators believe that it could take several months to determine what caused a deadly bus crash on highway 99 in merced county. meanwhile, sources have told kpix 5 that most of the people aboard the bus were headed to washington state for seasonal apple picking jobs. among the focuses of the investigation right now, the driver david mario vasquez reports records show that he had previous violations and lost his driver's license for two months at the start of last year. but vazquez's granddaughter says he is a safe and cautious driver. >> he is very responsible. [ crying ] >> when he got tired, he told the other driver he could take over from here because he knew it was important. [ crying ] >> for him to come home. >> vazquez was injured in the wreck. a strike by janitors in san
francisco has been averted with a tentative agreement to increase wages. the deal was struck yesterday evening between cleaning companies that operate in san francisco and a union representing thousands of janitors. union members are expected to vote by the end of the week whether to ratify the contract. it's a strange feeling to pick up the phone and find you're talking to a robot. they are scamming americans out of billions. so cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to protect us from all those tricks. so, jill, how do we differentiate between legitimate and fraudulent robo calls? >> reporter: you know, if you receive an automated call and it's trying to sell you something, and you have not given them a written permission, it's illegal, hang up and file a complaint with the ftc and national "do not call" registry. this is probably a scam as well as illegal. criminals are fishing for personal information that can
later be used to steal your identity. >> we hear about so many scams. what are the top scams so far this year that you have heard about? >> reporter: well, number one is this weird one called the search engine listing scam. now, so many of us are doing business online, so in this case, the callers are told that their business listings are not on google or bing and not up to date and you have to give us your information so we can get you where you need to be in search. next, we have a bunch of loan- related scams. recordings are offering to help lower your interest rates. there are even some that are threatening if you got a loan that's past due. there's always the old free vacation call. come on, now there's no free vacations. but in this case, fraudsters use high pressure sales tactics to spur victims to give them their credit card information to pay for additional fees. finally in this election season be wary of political robo
calls. most of them are legitimate. but the fraudulent ones claim to be with survey companies. they are seeking donations or again they are phishing for your personal information. sometimes they are even offering to take your vote over the phone. we can't vote over the phone, gang. to learn how to protect yourself from fraud, about to jillonmoney.com. >> whenever you pick up that phone, you have to be vigilant. all right, jill schlesinger from new york city this morning, jill, thank you. it is 5:41. a california teenager gets fired from his job after he gives out free food to a veteran. we'll talk to him next. - hi, it's me. [imitates fanfare] lois prices from grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there. - hi! - hey. loifor over 60 years now, grocery outlet has been selling the brands you know and love, for up to 60% less than what you'd pay at traditional grocery stores. - and check this out. lois: we've got meats and produce, naturals and organics, at prices that'll make you wanna sing.
mostly cloudy skies. we have pockets of drizzle and a deeper marine layer. details on the forecast coming up. napa valley is getting aftershocks from a 6 earthquake that happened two years ago. the quake injured 200 people in august 2014 and caused more than a half billion dollars in damage. among the latest aftershocks was a magnitude 3 tremor on tuesday. it's just one of more than 4,000 that have rattled napa valley. >> if earthquakes are on your mind, it's a good time to prepare, make sure that things at home are -- you have a plan. you have some way of surviving a large earthquake so these are reminders. >> the napa valley quake was the largest to hit the bay area since the loma prieta earthquake back in 1989. a fast-food worker says his good deed got him fired and now his story is take the internet by storm.
19-year-old alex was fired from a jack-in-the-box restaurants in bakersfield after he was caught on surveillance video giving a military veteran free tacos and a coffee. his story went viral after he posted about it on facebook. they were leftovers and would be thrown out. he said he wasn't written up or given a warning but fired after his shift. >> throw them away or make them for him i know what i did wasn't right for them. but to me, it's all right. >> the cost of the vet's free meal is estimated at less than $4. in a statement, jack-in-the-box says, quote, we are grateful to our veterans, our actions in this case had nothing to do with the guest's military experience. a company with roots in silicon valley is going to make history in space. the feds granted moon express approval to fly commercial jets to the moon and bring back whatever they want and find. the company is currently testing their lunar lander. the ultimate goal is to mine for precious resources like
platinum, water and helium 3. helium 3 is a rare isotope by the way that's been accumulating on the moon and can ultimately be used to generate some power on earth. >> john f. kennedy, we chose to go to the moon not because it's easy, because it's a good business. >> the company hopes to make it to the moon's surface by next year. president obama turns 55 today. no word yet on his official birthday plans. but we can assume there will be some fancy treats there. so far, obama got a special serenade at a summit for young black leaders. all right. so you had a very special day yesterday. >> yes. i did. i had a chance to speak at the naturalization ceremony in oakland. there are about 3,000 people there. 1,353 new american citizens from 98 countries at the paramount theater in oakland.
it really was an honor for me to speak to them about just how special it is to be an american. my parents came here from korea in the 1970s. and so i also was naturalized as an american citizen about 18 years ago and i -- it didn't bring tears to my eyes but it really was amazing to see the happiness and hope and the joy that they have when they become legal citizens. it was nice to spend time out there. >> did a great job. we have done those ceremonies before and they are, they are heart-wrenching. >> and i did cry. >> i know. i got emotional because i was talking in the speech i was talking about my parents and some of the sacrifices they have made. they came into this country with absolutely nothing and had that american dream and so many people share that experience. >> and we were glad that you were able to show us -- share your experiences and "kenny choi to the world" [ laughter ] and thank you so much for doing that. >> absolutely. >> that's roberta's term every, single day. [ laughter ] >> "kenny choi to the world"!
he brings it! he brings it! >> thank you. >> put it on his driver's license. >> you need a bumper sticker. >> i ought to change my last name. >> please don't! [ laughter ] let's take a look at the traffic. albany area, westbound 80 at buchanan street there's an accident, it's now moved to the shoulder. so chp is on their way to handle that. and on the same freeway westbound 80 again in richmond, at el portal drive on the right- hand shoulder there's an accident there, as well. you should see some yellow arrows there causing some delays and altamont pass to 680 will take you westbound about 15 minutes to yellow and red coming out of 205 out of tracy so definitely there are some delays there but that's pretty obvious on a thursday morning. [ laughter ] >> over to the rogue or we can just call rogue or call it pre- friday!
>> officials will be checking in with us at sfo as to whether or not there are delays. right now 65 san francisco. 60 in san jose. we have overcast conditions everywhere within about 50 miles. here you have the marine layer. and look how just expansive and how extensive it is at this hour. in addition to 24 hours ago, we have a breeze 12-mile-per-hour wind at san ramon. southwest wind at 30 miles per hour in fairfield. consistent winds throughout the afternoon west 10 to 20 and occasionally stronger gusts. so don't bank on sunshine at the beaches. very seasonal for this time of the year. bayside clouds blow to clear. yesterday was a quick burnoff. bayside clouds slow to clear today. futurecast lunchtime socked in. the sunset district also right around twin peaks and sutro
area. now we do have the san mateo coastline totally engulfed in clouds all day and we see the partial clearing bayside. tomorrow at this time we'll be talking about the same scenario. in fact, tomorrow is going to be a repeat performance from what we experienced today because of this right here. area of low pressure anchored off the coast enhancing our marine layer bringing in the cooler air mass. even dropping our temperatures, sacramento today by 9 degrees. 100 in fresno after 108 yesterday. low 80s in the high sierra out of the mid-80s. 62 degrees in monterey bay. official sun-up at 6:16. the sunset is at 8:15. smack in between, 60s, 70s around the rim of the bay, 80s inland. 87 degrees outside number brentwood, tracy oakley. same friday. slight warming on saturday. we are back into the 90s. low 90s on sunday through wednesday. have a great day. time now 5:50. stressing over all that cash
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five years. by the way, tesla's quarterly earnings report shows the company consistently loses money in the quarter ending in june. that balloons to $150 million. with sum mother break for kids winding down -- with summer break for kids winding down. back-to-school shopping puts a strain on family finances. some apps can save moy in any. red laser uses the bar code to find deals. shop kick gives you points for walking in stores which can be redeemed for a gift card, giving parents something for themselves. and retailmenot highlights discounts and sales at some of the top stores. >> we are definitely going to be prices increasing and parents in particular are going to be buying their kids electronics for the back-to- school season tablets, laptops, even smartphones. they add up. >> according to a survey by retailmenot, parents will spend on average $273 on school shopping per kid. walmart is working to boost their online sales. the company is reportedly in
talks to buy jet.com. the website operates like an online costco or sam's club. you pay $50 membership per year and save 10 to 15% on products. they hope to compete with amazon. you might want to stock up on nike balls and clubs. they are of getting out of the golf equipments business. instead the company is going to focus on expanding line of golf shoes and apparel. nike golf made around $700 million for the company last year but that's far below the billions made by their running and jordan brands. along with balls and clubs, they won't make bags. a dna study finds bulldogs purebreds could be in trouble. the problem is extreme inbreeding. the most in demand bulldogs have big wring long distance heads and skinny -- wrinkled heads and skinny waists. but they almost all come from
the same paternal line and are delivered through c-section. >> english bulldog is more or less considered the poster child for what can go wrong if a breed is -- is pushed too far. >> researchers at uc-davis say that regulating crossbreeding into the english bulldog line could save them. four minutes before 6:00 and coming up in the next half- hour, strong words from hollywood electric end clint eastwood to those upset by donald trump. get over it! the latest on campaign 2016. >> reporter: day 2 of the santa clara courthouse strike. so what's going on with hundreds of cases? who is being told to come back another day. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
i found her wandering miles from home. when the phone rang at 5am, i knew it was about mom. i see how hard it's been on her at work and i want to help. for the 5 million americans living with alzheimer's, and millions more who feel its effects. let's walk together to make an even bigger impact and end alzheimer's for good. find your walk near you at alz.org/walk. and i'm kenny choi. donald trump i good morning. >> good morning, hello. it's thursday, august 4. i'm
kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> we are talking politics now. donald trump trying to get his campaign back on track amid squabbles with republicans continues. yesterday a u.s. representative became the latest republican refusing to support trump in november angry over his feud with the family of a fallen soldier. campaigning in florida, trump shifted the focus to rival hillary clinton blaming her for the creation of isis. a new fox news poll out wednesday shows trump trailing clinton by 10% nationally. adding to all the twists and turns of this presidential race, film legend clint eastwood putting his two cents in. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in the newsroom with details of eastwood's comments. >> reporter: eastwood not known for being shy. he is supporting donald trump and defending his comments saying he was just saying what's on his mind. eastwood is 86 years old a life- long republican. he made political headlines back in 2012 when he had a conversation with a chair right there representing president atama.