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the new transbay terminal opens in downtown san francisco today with muni buses scheduled to start picking up and dropping off passengers. and pres mented the new terminal opens in downtown san francisco today. >> and president trump's former campaign manager ordered to jail. a judge takes thetic today their step after paul man -- takes the extraordinary step after paul manafort is found witness tampering. today, at the base of sales force tower, the transbay terminal is
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open for business. the 5, 7, and 35 lines will now be moving from the temporary terminal to their new home. so far, the terminal has cost $2.25 million. the project was first envisioned as the grand central of the west. >> i think we're looking at somewhere in the range of 2027, 2028, so about ten years is what we're aiming for to get trains here. >> at least another $4 billion is needed to get the trains running. in the meantime, the new terminal will with a park, shopping area, and bus station. other bus lines will start service in the terminal in august. sonoma county is teaming up with the federal government to use artificial intelligence in handling future wildfires. county emergency managers say no one was really
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prepared for last october's deadly fire storm so the department of homeland security is helping develop new fire response systems. artificial intelligence can be used to predict where wildfires are likely to start and can be used as wildfires are burning. >> you have to be careful on what you evacuate because of the rural nature of these areas. evacuate too many people, and you slow down the evacuation, right. don't evacuate enough people, and you leave people in harms way. >> the program could also help emergency crews prepare for secondary effects of wildfires. those include the loss of electricity, and problems with water systems. a grand jury in napa county has found several short comes in the wildfire emergency warning system. the grand jury also found issues with staffing and procedures when it came to alerts for the october fires. tonight, a call for the current alert system and other warning technologies to be investigated and improved. a berkeley man is recovering
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from injuries after police say his landlord shot him in a dispute over rent money. it ppened wednesday on essex street. for more now, we go to the field. reporter: sitting outside the superior courtroom in oakland, dotty moore is talking to her best friend, timothy loving. he's in the hospital lucky to be alive after being shot twice in the chest and once in the hand. police say his landlord, 75 year old herman levi little, showed up at his apartment with a gun ready to murder him. >> no one heard a gunshot because he had a silencer on the gun, and no one heard an argument because there was none. >> police shutdown essex street, shutdown the apartment and arrested levi on the spot. dotty says her friend had an agreement with his rent due to a medical emergency. >> he's been living there five
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years and always had a good relationship with if landlord so we're baffled. >> the landlord used his master key to open the door and shoot at him again. next, timothy ran for his life and landed at the dispensary across the street where guards and paramedics saved his life. >> it's very overwhelming because we are living in such a difficult time right now, and with the rent crisis going on, it's just i would never think that it would be over rent. >> dotty and her sister say they want justice in more ways than one. >> the silencers, i want, just like the bump stocks, i want us to go after them. i want gun control. i'm going to show up every day until i see justice prevail because this is unacceptable. >> given the seriousness of these charges, no bail was set for herman levi
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little today. he is facing multiple felony charges including premeditated murder that could land him in prison for the rest of his life. at least one person is being treated for major injuries after a solo vehicle crash in santa clara. the california highway patrol says it happened about 1:30 this morning: there's no word yet on the conditions of other passengers. the city of berkeley and workers union have reached a deal to avoid a strike by nearly 600 city employees. the tentative deal was reached yesterday with the union which represents clerical and maintenance workers. pay and safety were among the key issues in that dispute. a court has reinstated california's assisted suicide law at least for now. the court gave opponents until july
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7th to file an appeal. the law gives terminally ill patients with less than six months to live the ability to request end of life drugs from their doctors. five other states and washington d.c. have their own right-to-die laws in place. two former executives from the blood testing company could face up to 20 years in prison. yesterday, the company announced the ceo elizabeth holmes was resigning, and she appeared in a federal courtroom. holmes and another former executive, have been charged with nine counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. they're accused of making false statements to investors and failing to discloses facts about a blood testing system that absolutely did not work as they promised. >> it's a ghastly tale. i think most people are astonished by this. you didn't think this would happen in silicon valley in the year 2018 after all that
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we've been through. >> newark based theranos has laid off most employees since the problems began to surface about three years ago. right now, paul manafort, president trump's former campaign chairman, is in jail. he's been charged with witness tampering and violating the terms of his house arrest. a federal judge revoked manafort's bail after federal prosecutors said he called and sent text messages to witnesses in his upcoming trial. he will now remain in jail at least until his trial concludes. president trump down played manafort's role in the campaign but also defended him. >> they went back 12 years to get things he did 12 years ago. you know, paul manafort worked for more for a very short period of time, he worked what, 49 days. >> manafort was campaign chairman for five months. his legal fight relates to alleged money laundering, not his campaign. -- over a six week period
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in april and may. its if result of the trump administration's zero tolerance policy for adults who cross into the u.s. illegally. yesterday, the president said it's not his fault. >> i hate the children being taken away. the democrats have to change their law. that's their law. >> no one wants them separated. this legislation actually tries to address that. >> republicans in congress are working on a compromise bill between conservatives and moderates in their own party. president trump tweeted yesterday that any bill must include funding for a border wall. democrats tell the washington post that no one has approached them for bipartisan discussions. the late physicist stephen hawking has taken his place among britains greatest scientists. his ashes were interned between charles darwin and sir isaac newton. after yesterday's service, a message
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of peace, hope, and global harmony recorded in hawking's own words was beamed into space. investigators in scotland are looking into a major fire at the glasgow school of art. the second major fire there in four years. nearby properties were evacuated as a precaution. therare no reports of any casualties. the vy has revealed plans to retest part of hunter's point shipyard in san francisco over concerns of a botched clean up. an investigation found soil samples used to test for radio logical con taj -- radiological contamination were false. two company employees admitted to falsifying results though the company declined any
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involvement. the navy maintains that the land where people are living is safe. the process is expected to begin in the fall and lastly to six months. the investigation continues after nearly a dozen cattle were found dead and buried on a santa clara county property. authorities believe it started with a dispute over ranch land. investigators are still searching for missing cattle. >> the sheriff's office says the cattle were discovered in a shallow grave on this ranch and may have gone undetected there for several weeks in what is now an ever expanding crime scene. >> we have found nine dead livestock, and the number's 11 now. >> investigators say the cattle death may be tied to a dispute between the property owner and ranchers with grazing rights on the land. right now, the sheriff's office says no arrests have been made and they are trying to determine
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how the animals died. >> we're still looking at that. we had veterinarians at the scene and they'll be able to do the necropsy to determine the cause of death but the investigation is continuing. >> there are few signs of the grizzly crime investigators think happened here. they have found some of the missing cattle live but fear the death toll may yet grow. >> they were in graves. we used the county's parks department heavy equipment to, to scoop up an area that we knew that they were in. >> a wild scene at a parade outside yuba city. a run away horse injured a young boy. >> now the rider faces dui charges. this happened last weekend. police say a suspected drunken rider lost control and his spooked horse ran off into the crowd. the animal trampled an 8 year old boy and broke the boy's leg. >> make sure that my grandmother was kind of safe and out of the way because i knew if
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the horse got loose, it would run and it did. >> they're animals and they're going to react, so you as a bystander always need to be ready. >> the horse was eventually caught. police say the rider is facing felony dui charges. a popular breakfast cereal is being recalled because it could contain salmonella. honey smacks is being blamed for making 73 people sick nationwide. the recalled boxes had best if used by dates ranging from june 2018 to june 2019. kelloggs says it's investigating how the contamination occurred. >> coming up, sour news for the museum of ice cream. environmentalists say change the sprinkles or freeze the exhibit. >> and the bay area housing crisis is reaching new levels of insanity. if you pack light, you could move into this cottage for 3 million bucks. we'll tell you where coming up.
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kids... and social m a . san francisco's museum of ice cream was a dream come true for kids and social media fanatics. a pool filled with rainbow colored plastic sprinkles, but now environmentalists say there's nothing sweet about them. a petition with thousands of signatures is calling the sprinkles plastic waste. reporter: it's one of the most popular attractions at the museum of ice cream, a pool filled with plastic sprinkles but some critics say the sprinkles aren't so sweet. >> ask any tourist coming out
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of the museum of ice cream what the best part of their visit was, and it's nearly unanimous. >> my favorite part was the sprinkle pool. >> visitors can dive in the sprinkle pool and document it on social media. some critics are saying those sprinkles have a sour side. tourists can track them from the museum out the door on to the street and possibly into nearby storm drains. a petition online says if eaten, the micro plastics can block an animals digestive tract, embed in animal tissues and travel through our food chain hurting every life they reach. close to 19,000 people have signed the petition urging the museum to make the sprinkles out of something else or put the exhibit on ice. >> i think the idea of making them biodegradable is a good idea. >> i want what's best for the environment. >> when we arrived, museum employees were quick to sweep up the sprinkles
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we found scattered on the sidewalk. a manager told us visitors are encouraged to shake off the sprinkles before exhibits. a spokesperson said the museum will take action. we believe in being open and honest about our business practices and can promise that our biodegradable sprinkles will be replacing those. earlier this year, the city of miami reportedly fined its ice cream museum for creating an environmental hazard. some say that's going too far. >> there's so many other things out there harming people and damaging the world that you could be focuses on instead of some healthy fun like this. tiny homes are a big attraction in san jose this weekend. dozens will be on display at the santa clara fairgrounds through sunday. people thinking about down sizing are welcome to take a tour of the small
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homes. >> tiny houses are such a, almost a fad right now, but they've been around for a long time, and i think that people now are finally embracing the whole tiny movement. >> san jose and some other cities are considering buying tiny homes to help house the homeless. speaking of small homes, this 1920s cottage that measures 897 square feet in downtown palo alto is listed for $2.6 million. that works out to about $2,900 a square foot. you're really paying for the location. it's just minutes from stanford and dozens of tech companies. now, i went to stanford and i can tell you, no student's going to be able to afford that house after graduating. >> i think the thing is, with tiny homes, at least there's a tiny price tag. if you get a tiny home with a big price tag, that doesn't seem worth it. >> i know they're talking location, but you're getting a two bedroom one bathroom, no, i'm sorry. let's take a look at our
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weather. reporter: it's a little bit of a chillier morning this morning than we've seen this week. that cooling trend is going to continue. taking a look at our satellite and radar. you can see that big high pressure system on the bottom left hand side of the screen. that has moved offshore. that is out of the game plan for the next couple of days. in fact, it's going to be this low pressure system that dominates our weather moving forward. it's sunk down in place, and that's what's bringing cooler temperatures as well as a sea breeze, a deeper, thicker, marine layer. there are more changes following behind that. your headlines for today, clouds and fog to start. that should start to burn off about midday with the exception along the coast and maybe alatedder burnoff around the -- later burnoff around the bay. temperatures are dipping down again today. tomorrow will be our coolest day to celebrate dad because dads are obviously so cool. we will be closer to average if
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not just below. looking at what we're forecasting for tomorrow as opposed to our average temperatures. just a few degrees different, so closer to an average temperature for this time of year. here are our highs, 60 degrees in half moon bay. in the south bay, 76, 74 in mountain view, 71 in hayward. our warmest temperatures are going to be in the far east bay, 83 in antioch, 79 in fairfield as well as in vallejo, 78 in pleasanton. a mix of 60s and 70s except santa rosa. we aren't going to be anywhere near the 90s today. the alameda county fair, this is the quest
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weekend, you can hit that up. -- you can celebrate dad on father's day, 59 degrees there, as well as the san ma at a owe county -- mateo u caty fair. yosee temperatures cooling down for father's day. then, by monday, those temperatures start to rebound, and by midweek, we're going to be back in the 90s. look at those temperatures on friday. we are getting close to a hundred but not quite there. it's going to feel like summertime yet again by the end of next week. back to you guys. some graduating eighth graders in san francisco had a heck of a speaker send them off to high school. hillary clinton shocked students at the private all girl school by giving the commencement address yesterday. >> she talked about how we have to be courageous in a world dominated by mainly men, and how we have to get up when people push us down. >> the school didn't say how it secured such a high profile speaker but
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one of clinton's friends has a granddaughter who goes there. a critically endangered chimpanzee has been born at the zoo in the uk. this is the first baby chimp to be born in almost a decade at the zoo. scientists say this chimp is important to breeding the species population. it is estimated there could be as few as a18,000 western chimpanzees remaining in the wild. then there is this baby squirrel that got a custom cast. the critter fell from its nest in a tall tree a few weeks ago and a dog snatched it up. the squirrel had head trauma and a broken leg but it is doing much better now. >> coming up in sports, while the giants lose their starting third baseman, they could get a key player off the dl as soon as today. >> and the orange and black begin a three game set against their rivals. it's all coming up.
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. the giants made it official, evan longoria heads to the dl but good news, they should get brandon belt back as soon as today. here's longoria, he has a removable hard cast on his left hand. he's expected to see the doctor sometime today. bottom of the first, the dodgers go up 1-nothing. to the fourth, this time, it is matt kemp doing damage. another solo homer and a huge error by jackson adds one more run for la as the
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dodgers take game one. >> the a's trying to end a three game skid against the angels but things got out of control quickly. fourths inning, kinsler smashes his ninth of the year. game two of this series is today at 4:05. in the world cup, renaldo gives goalkeeper no chance with this incredible kick to earn portugal a draw against spain. madison bumgarner will pitch against the dodgers. >> former nfl star calen winslow jr. is in legal hot water. >> he was in a courtroom on several sex crime charges. he was arrested thursday and a judge ordered him to stay in jail without wail. winslow is charged with kidnapping with attempt to commit rape and other
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good morning, i'm devin fehely. and i'm jessica . . welcome back. it's just about 6:30. today, the brand new transbay terminal at the base of sales force tower in san francisco is open for business. muni buses are the first to roll through. the 5, 7, and 35 lines will be moving from the temporary terminal to their new home on first and missions street. so far, the terminal has cost $2.25 billion. the project was first envisioned as the grand central of the west but getting cal tran and high speed rail on board will be a long way off. >> i think we're looking at somewhere in the range of 2027, 2028, so about ten years is what we're aiming for to get trains here. >> at least another $4 billion is needed to get the trains running. in the meantime, the new terminal will be a park, shopping area, and bus station. other bus lines like ac transit will start service in
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the terminal in august. people living and working in san jose can look forward to improved wireless service. the result will be a half billion dollar investment in the cities broad band infrastructure. the companies will be able to install small cellular access devices that will improve coverage on thousands of city owned light poles. >> this is the largest deployment of small cells in any city in the country. more than 4,000 small cells, an investment of more than half a billion dollars in our city and critically important. >> authorities say this will lay the foundation for 5g and other future technologies. sonoma county is teaming up with the federal government. it's part of a high-tech partnership to fight fires. katy has the first of its kind artificial intelligence program starting up. reporter: sonoma county emergency managers say no one was prepared for last
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october's deadly fire storm. >> the scope, the volume, the intensity of the fire, it just simply overwhelmed all the systems we developed in the past. reporter: that's why for the first time in history, the department of homeland security is stepping in to help develop new fire response systems. >> the united states is amazing with its private sector capability and where we're going so how n we leverage that technology to help the first responders. reporter: the most promising development, artificial intelligence which could help predict fires and help after a fire is already burning. >> to take fires and the environmental effects and to really quickly model where is this fire going, what's going to be at stake, how do we get in front of it. >> sonoma county emergency managers faced criticism about their response the morning the fire started. something fema says could be improved using ai. >> you've got to be careful on what ovate because of the rural -- evacuate because of the rural nature of these areas. evacuate too many
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people and you slow down the evacuation, right. don't evacuate enough people, and you leave people in harms way. >> another aspect, helping firefighters prepare for secondary effects of the fire. >> power goes down, what's going to be effected and what goes out. does that knock out the water pump. so as we start understanding those things and be able to have a system that can model that and give that information to firefighters so they know where to place assets. >> this is the first time a city can use ai and it won't be cheap. >> i would count on it and say is there anything more important that we can do other than building confidence in our community to manage these kinds of issues. is . >> much of the technology for the program is being developed in silicon valley. if the system in sonoma county is successful, it could be rolled out nationwide. san shae fire investigators are --
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jose fire investigators are looking at what caused a blaze near a homeless residence. this the view from our camera downtown san jose. the fire department says the flames spread from an encampment to nearby grass. firefighters were quickly able to put out that blaze. in berkeley, a man is being treated for injuries after police say he was shot by his landlord in a tiff over rent money. it happened monday at the tenants apartment. a friend of the victim, timothy loving, says he had an agreement with the landlord that he couldn't pay rent due to a recent medical emergency. >> he's been living there five years and always had a great relationship with the landlord, so we're just all baffled of how this could even happen. >> investigators say loving was able to escape and get across the street where security guards and paramedics saved his life. he has two wounds in his chest and one in his hand. the landlord was charged with
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attempted murder. a woman once hailed as a bay area visionary is facing criminal charges. elizabeth holmes is charged with fraud involving hundreds of millions of dollars. yesterday, she stepped down from the company that she founded. >> it's just an incredible morality tale. >> theranos began as a start up of almost mythical proportions and goals in 2003. the brain child of stanford dropout, elizabeth holmes. the company and holmes have gone from silicon valley unicorn to allegory as holmes was indicted on federal wire fraud charges. >> it's a ghastly tale. i think most people are astonished by this. you didn't think this would happen in silicon valley in the year 2018 after all that we've been through. reporter: holmes and forger theranos president were charged with defrauding investors as well as misleading
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doctors and patients. holmes promised to shake up the medical testing industry with a device that could screen for thousands of diseases with just a few drops of blood. holmes was lauded and had a whose who of silicon valley on the board. we posed the question to russell hancock, whether this was a piece of a larger puzzle, a potential silicon valley start up snake oil. >> the hope is this really is an exceptional case and there's not a contagen across silicon valley. i cannot explain how this particular board of directors and investors were so completely taken in and why they weren't executing their own due diligence. there's something about the allure and draw and
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charisma of elizabeth holmes. >> holmes went from being ceo of a company worth $9 billion to posting a bond and surrendering her passport. >> i cannot imagine that either one of them have any kind of a future in silicon valley. bart is slammi akes on its new program to stop fare evads. since march, about 1300 riders have been busted for nonpayment, but fewer than 10% have paid the $75 fine. bart is now postponing its plan to hire additional enforcement officers until it can study the program's effectiveness. tech billionaire elon musk is planning to build a high speed transportation system in chicago. the system will take people between downtown chicago and o'hare international airport in fewer than 15 minutes. compare that to an hour or more in a car during rush hour or 45 minutes on mass transit for the same trip. >> i think this is something that's new
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and exciting. it's not the same old thing. america is about trying bold new things and trying new technologies that are going to inspire people for the future. >> the price will be 20 to $25 or half what a cab ride would cost. the first passengers could be aboard in three years. musk is hoping to do the same thing here in california as well. two people died when their small plane slammed boo a rural road in san bernardino county. the single engine aircraft crashed just short of the airport yesterday. over to hawaii, this is video from the lava flowing from fissures around the volcano. it's feeding enormous rivers of lava that end up in the pacific ocean creating steam clouds. investigators in scotland are looking into a major fire at the glasgow school of art. more than 120 firefighters were on hand to extinguish the blaze.
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the second major fire there in four years. nearby properties were evacuated as a precaution. there are no reports of any casualties. nearly 2,000 children were taken into u.s. custody along the southwest border over a six week period in april and may. it's the direct result of the trump administration's new zero tolerance policy for adults who cross into the u.s. illegally. still, yesterday, the president blamed democrats. >> i hate the children being taken away. the democrats have to change their law. that's their law. >> nobody wants them separated, and this legislation actually tries to address that. >> there is no specific immigration law requires children to be separated from their parents after illegal entry. republicans in congress are working on a compromise bill between conservatives and moderates in their own party. president trump tweeted that any bill must include funding for a border wall. democrats tell the washington post no one has approached them for bipartisan discussions.
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san francisco's next mayor went to china town and talked with community leaders promising to make head way on affordable housing. >> that is a commitment that i'm determined to fulfill, creating the opportunities to link our people to housing opportunities in their neighborhoods, in the places where they feel most comfortable and safest. >> during her meeting with community leaders yesterday, she also acknowledged the loss of ed lee, who died last november. he was the city's first african- american mayor. breed will serve the remainder of his term until january of 2020. a search is on in san francisco for a suspect who brutally attacked a mother. it happened last sunday at 28th street and sanchez. the victim was carrying her child and crossing the street when she was attacked by someone with a blunt object. a nearby home security camera did not capture the attack, but it did record the woman screaming and her baby crying.
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but, a friend of the 37-year victim says she cy surgery on her [ screaming ] is home now, a . >> the baby was not harmed but a friend of the 37 year old victim says she needed emergency surgery on her skull. the victim is home now and resting. >> she's in a ton of pain as one would expect. her head is just throbbing on and off when the meds aren't doing quite what they need to do, but they are just so grateful for their friends and their family. >> now, friends say the victim has no recollection of the attack. police are hoping other surveillance video will surface. at least one person is being treated for major injuries after a solo vehicle crash in santa clara. the highway patrol says it happened around 1:30 this morning. there's no word yet on the condition of other passengers. the city of berkeley and the workers union have reached a deal to avoid a strike by nearly 600 city employees. the tentative deal was reached yesterday with the service
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employees international union which represents clerical and maintenance workers. pay and safety were among the key issues in the dispute. >> when the wine country fires broke out, he was the first line of defense between the flames and hundreds of animals. how the owner of safari west is being honored. >> plus, shark patrol, a new high-tech way to keep jaws at bay. that's coming up. >> a little bit of a cooler start to our weekend than we've seen every other morning so far this week. that cooling trend is going to continue. i'll tell you how low we're going to go and how long those cooler temperatures are going to stick around right after this.
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cream. environmentalists are upset ab . only in san francisco will people find controversy in the museum of ice cream. environmentalists are upset about a pool filled with sprinkles.
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the sprinkles are made of plastic. critics say visitors are tracking them on the street and that the sprinkles could block the digestive tracks of animals who eat them. >> i think the idea of making them biodegradable is a good idea. >> the museum says it does plan to replace the plastic sprinkles with biodegradable ones at the location in san francisco. the museum also has locations in three other u.s. cities. the alameda county fair is under way. the festivities began yesterday with 150 cattle marching through the streetsover downtown. -- streets of downtown. its a nod to the past when cattle once grazed the land where the city was built. the fair runs through july 8th. concerts include performances by 38 special, smash mouth, and leanne rhimes. 90,000 people were evacuated in last october's deadly wildfire. thanks to one bay area man, hundreds of animals
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were rescued as well >don has the special honor for the owner of safari west. >> the american red cross is awarding this man, peter lange, the 2018 animal rescue hero award. peter says he's no hero. >> i don't consider it heroic. it was just something i had to do. >> peter is the founder and co- owner of safari west animal preserve. what he did was save safari west and nearly 1,000 african animals as fire surrounded the preserve last year, and he did it alone. >> trying to save primarily the early going animals whose enclosures were on fire. >> here's where peter fault his toughest battle wearing a wet hoodie and using a garden hose >i would drive over burning embers and put them out or kick stuff out.
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>> a one man fire department. >> well, i was the man fire department that night. >> you were the man. >> at this place. >> despite his best efforts, some classic vehicles did burn up. now, life has mostly returned to normal with guests traveling the 400 acres for guided tours for a once in a lifetime up close and personal tour. while not tame, many animals appeared happy to see people. peter let me have a special up close experience touching a rhino. so peter humbly accepts his recognition. >> highly complimentary, and perhaps luckily deserved. >> oh. >> perhaps. >> peter says he's not some sort of a hero. he was just doing what he had
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to do that night, but if you ask one of the many animals here, they would have a different opinion. researchers are a step closer to protecting california beach goers from shark attacks. governor jerry brown's proposed budget includes almost $4 million to place high-tech acoustic tags on more sharks. the goal is to track their location in real time and give life guards a heads up when they get too close to shore. >> we need to know about where they're going, where they're spending their time, and when it detects a shark, it sends the information to the cloud, and then the life guards get an email alert saying a shark was detected at this location. >> now, the new funding will also provide live guards with drones so they can watch from their towers when sharks turn up. now for a check on our weather. reporter: it's a little bit of
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a chillier morning than we've seen this week. that cooling trend is going to continue. taking a look at our satellite x-ray car, you can -- satellite and radar, you can see that high pressure system. that has moved offshore. that is out of the game plan for the next couple of days. in fact, it's going to be this low pressure system that dominates our weather moving forward. it's pretty much sunk down in place. that's what's bringing those cooler temperatures as well as a sea breeze, a deeper, thicker marine layer. there are more changes following behind that. your headlines for today, some clouds and some fog to start. that should start to burn off about midday with the exception of the coast. temperatures are dipping down again today and then tomorrow will actually be our coolest day to celebrate dad because dads are obviously so cool. we will be closer to average if not just below. taking a look at what we're forecasting for tomorrow as opposed to what our average temperatures are, just about a few degrees
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difference. closer to an average temperature but that's going to change. here are our highs looking forward for the rest of the day. 60-degrees in half moon bay. our coolest temperatures along the coast. 74 in mountain view, 71 in hayward. our warmest temperatures are going to be in the far east bay, brentwood 84, 83 in antioch, 79 in fairfield, close to 80 in livermore. this is the first weekend of the alameda county fair, you can hit that up, 75 degrees. the stern grove festival will be chilly so you'll need a sweater.
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this is the last weekend for the san mateo fair. >> you can see the temperatures start to cool down moving into sunday for father's day with those clouds, especially around the bay and along the coast. then, by monday, those temperatures start to rebound and then by midweek, we're going to be back in the 90s. look at those temperatures on friday. we are getting close to a hundred but not quite there. it's certainly going to feel like summertime yet again by the end of next week. back to you guys. apple has locked in a deal with oprah winfrey to help produce original television content. apple did not specify whether oprah would appear in any of the shows but insiders believe she will have an on screen role as a host and interviewer. apple has been trying to boost its tv content to compete with netflix and amazon. the company is also working on original content with other big stars. netflix says it has a new 52nd rule for its employees. the streaming service has reportedly rolled out a new
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policy to prevent sexual harassment in the work place. they include no staring for more than five seconds, no lingering hugs, no flirting, no asking for a colleagues number. netflix hasn't confirmed the news but did tell a british newspaper quoted, we believe the resources we offer empower people on our sets to speak up and shouldn't be trivialized.
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but people may not realize... oaklan ldland parks cape from urban . the bay area offers plenty of students to enjoy the outdoors but people may not realize oakland has wild land parks. >> this week's jefferson award winners works hard to keep them in good shape. reporter: under towering redwoods in the park, gabriel robins often rides his bike. >> it's my favorite spot. it's like a backyard. there's no litter ever, it's
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always freshly man takenned. >> -- maintained. >> thanks to 60 volunteers. >> it's become a force for keeping the trails in good shape. >> park patrol is a non profit program that partners with other community groups and the city to maintain and improve three wild land parks. >> one afternoon, stan guides volunteers like chris cook as they install a post to keep people on the trail and away from rare plants. >> he's a role model for all of us. he's committed himself to making this the best park it can be for the community. >> stan trains park volunteers for a variety of roles. for example, they reroute trails, improve drainage. a big part of stan's mission is letting people know that the parks exist. she's produced two documentaries that show case oakland's parks. >> every hiking tour, there was someone,
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you know, who would say, you know, i've lived in this neighborhood for 20 years and had no idea that i was connected to these trails at my backyard. >> stan rewards volunteers with pastries in the bakery he helps run, but the real treat is all around them. >> it's just inspiring to me and gives me a chance to recharge my batteries. >> so for creating a non profit that promotes and maintains oakland's parks, this week's award goes to stan. >> you can nominate your local hero for a jefferson award online. we'll be right back.
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terminal is opening today in san o. . it's time for your final five. >> the new trans bay transit terminal is opening in san francisco. its sort of a soft opening. it will only handle muni buses now but down the road, it is expected to handle other transportation >>and -- now that the city has reached agreements with verizon, at&t, and mobileite. the companies will be able to install small access devices that will improve coverage. sonoma county and did federal government are teaming up for a high-tech partnership to handle future wildfires. artificial intelligence could be used to determine where wildfires are likely to start. and at least one person is being treated for major injuries after a solo vehicle
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crash in santa clara. the california highway patrol says it happened about 1:30 this morning on southbound u.s. highway. and two former executives of thanos could faceup to 20 ars in prison. yesterday, former ceo elizabeth holmes appeared in federal court. she and another executive are accused of making false statements to investors and failing to disclose facts about a blood testing system that did not work as promised. thank you for watching this morning. >> be sure to tune in tomorrow at 6:00. we hope you enjoy your weekend.
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