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at 7:00 and streaming on "cbs news bay area," a live look at the main stage at san francisco's outside lands where lil uzi vert is about to perform followed by the headliner sza. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ryan yamamoto. chopper5 flew over thereha 200, expected for that three-day event. max darrow checked out the festival, even heard from one of the performers. ♪ >> reporter: outside lands is back in full swing. outside lands, baby. >> excited for music, good food and drinks. >> reporter: she snagged a spot as close to the stage as she could. >> it's amazing. a lot of artists that i really wanted to see are here and from just looking at the set list i was able to find a bunch of new artists i like. >> reporter: more than 100 artists perform over the course
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of the three-day festival. including first-timer sloan struble aka dayglow. >> that's a big deal, man. this is one of the biggest music festival of the country. >> an honor to be here. >> reporter: why is it an honor to be here at outside lands? >> yeah, it's like a good festival about a lot of good history and lot of amazing artists on the lineup and cool to be a part of. >> reporter: this year there are no covid relabor day safety protocols in place. she still decided to wear a mask. >> i have other things to go to sooner or later. so i wanted to play it safe. >> reporter: others less concerned about covid, though initially a bit spooked about monkeypox. >> i got tripping op monkeypox last night. my girlfriend said don't worry about it. i did enough googling. so i am not worried about monkeypox. i just finished having covid, so i'm ready to go. >> this morning i woke up to hear about the u.s. on
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monkeypox. i was a bit like, wow, about that. but covid i'd say i have learned it live with it. >> reporter: the festival celebrates bay area culture. 96 local restaurants, 36 wineries, and 30 breweries are participating in outside lands this year. >> weekend passes are all sold out. individual single day tickets are still available if you are interested. come on out to outside lands. in san francisco, max darrow, kpix 5. >> if you are headed down there, the traffic around 19th avenue. if you plan on driving to outside lands or around the golden gate park area it's going to be crowded down there. >> just slightly. >> just a little bit. >> and if ywant to look at who s playing go our website and there is now a legal block on construction of student housing and people's park in berkeley. a court imposed an injunction. it stops uc berkeley from all construction demolition and tree cutting at the historic site. protesters have been fighting to keep out crews starting work on the housing project for students
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and low-income residents. earlier this week seven people arrested, two officers were injured as demonstrators squared off with construction crews and police. in a statement uc berkeley says they are satisfied with the court's decision allowing them to close and secure the site and the campus is assessing options to get that done in a safe and effective way. the university also says it remains committed to solving their student housing crisis. protesters at oakland's shuttered parker elementary are vowing to continue to try to occupy that building. things got ugly yesterday when the district tried to change the locks. parents have been running an unsanctioned summer program since june. tensions escalated after security guards were called in. video shows a physical struggle between guards and parents trying to retake control of the school. one parent was detained and put in handcuffs and more than ten people received minor to moderate injuries. >> we have never not once
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threatened the lives or the well being of any board member, any security officer or nobody. because that's not what we're doing here. we come in peace. we come in peace and we want to continue to create peace. >> parker is one of the 11 schools voted to permanently close because of a lack of funding. but parents have said the closures are discriminatory and will disproportionately impact black and latino students. oakland unified released a statement saying the individuals at parker have been and continue to trespass. we have directed them to leave from day one and have continued to do so on many other occasion. businesses in oakland's little saigon are fed up with the increasing crime in their neighborhood. just last week at least seven shops were robbed in around internal plaza on the same night and it took police hours to respond. as kpix 5's da lin tells us, business owners are now taking
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things into their hown hands. >> reporter: fed up business owners say they can't rely on the oakland police so they had a meeting to come up with their own solutions. after the first alarm went off it took oakland police close to 3 hours to respond to multiple burglaries at a strip mall in oakland's little saigon district. >> shocked. >> reporter: not just mad at the thieves but mad at the police. >> i just want to know why it became like two hours later. >> reporter: the restaurant owner says the slow response sends an invitation to burglars to hit up all oakland businesses. >> police are not really reliable, you know. like, called them. they don't come. >> reporter: surveillance footage shows monday morning a group of people cut holes and entered most of the businesses from the roof. the first alarm went off at 4:32 a.m. the alarm company sent the notification to the oakland police. a police spokesperson says because they get so many
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notifications, the alarm that came was placed on a low priority list. a cantonese speaker called 911 at 6:11 a.m. because of the language barrier, officers thought the burglars had already left. so that call was also placed on a low priority list. surveillance footage shows the burglars ransacked all seven businesses and left around 6:30. two hours after they first broke in. they took their time, even with the alarm blasting. oakland police showed up at 7:24 a.m. almost three hours after the first alarm was tripped and more than an hour after the first 911 call. oakland police say officers were handling multiple shootings on monday morning, including two major incidents from sunday. they say they sent officers as quickly as they could. they say the response time to the strip mall was actually decent compared to other burglaries. >> i think it's really sad that
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it takes such a long time for the police to respond. >> reporter: the unity council and business owners met with the law enforcement experts on friday to prevent future burglaries. they are looking at gates at the small plaza and adding big bright lights for nighttime visibility. >> we are talking to business owners about having network camera. network lights. >> reporter: while he believes the meeting was useful, he says they need the police to do better. >> we are small businesses trying to make it, you know? and we definitely need protection because when incidents like that happen people are scared to come over here and that's bad for business. >> reporter: given the robberies and shootings in "the lilies of the field" district oakland police assigned a liaison officer to the officer. they are down 73 officers. right now they have 635 officers in the city. in oakland, i'm da lin. kpix 5. sonoma county health officials issued a warning about an recent uptick in monkeypox
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cases. there are now 17 confirmed cases up from only six ten days ago. health officials say the county only received 820 doses of the vaccine to date. so the key is until they can get more is prevention. this week both california and the biden administration declared a monkeypox health emergency. a move which is expected to boost vaccine supplies. the san francisco department of public health just announced the city will receive more than 10,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine from the federal supply. this is more than double the previous two allocations. sf general hospital's walk-in clinic will reopen tuesday to provide doses and kaiser, ucsf and sutter will also provide vaccine appointments. still to come, it's a comedy that is spotlighting asian americans on the big screen. thousand some local students were treat today a very special movie experience today. a celebrated bay area cheese company k company saying
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goodbye. why cowgirl creamery will be closing their stores for good in the coming weeks. and caltrans preventing another disaster around communities still recovering from wildfires. another active day in the high sierra and northern california. a lot of showers and a few thunderstorms. but this activity is going to diminish as the amount of moisture in the atmosphere overhead diminishes. what that means for the weekend for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions,
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while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27.
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screen can inspire generations and today that's the goal for several bay area non-profits sevenk the aapi community. they are buying out theaters in san francisco so underserved kids can watch filipino american stand-up comedy jo koy's newest film "easter sunday." going to the movies is an experience we can all enjoy. but today youtcity youth are
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witnessing representation on the big screen they have likely never seen before. >> can't wait. psych 'psyched. >> i am super excited. trying to hold my smile. >> reporter: asian american and pacific islander heritage like asians are strong, gold house and others bought out several theaters for underserved youth. they are watching "easter sunday" featuring filipino american stand-up comedy sensation oklahoma. a man returns home to celebrate easter with his loud and loving filipino family. >> joseph, are you coming for easter? >> i am busy. tisted for this pilot. >> you are going to be a pilot? >> a network pilot for a tv show. >> oh, you are playing a pilot on the tv show? >> no, a lawyer. >> you could have been a lawyer if you only applied yourself. >> reporter: like his comedy, koy's new movie celebrates his filipino heritage and works to bridge gaps and create cultural
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understanding. the movie stars a nearly all filipino cast. locals say representation like this is important for those in the aapi community. >> daly city, the bay area on the map, amazing. >> when my mom came to the country there was no reputation. there was no google, no facebook, no instagram. she had to find her community. >> reporter: the film is set in daly city where two weeks ago koy was given the keys to the city. >> he represents opening doors, literally bringing others along with you. >> reporter: koy says families everywhere can relate to the story. >> no way do i want to be like, okay, only filipinos, because that's not what i'm trying to show. >> i'm trying to show the world it's, like, this is a movie about a family that you know about, you know these people, you work with these people. >> now, koy shared a story about how when his mother came to the u.s. there was no representation of her community in the media
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and now it's her son who is making that change. pretty special. iconic cowgirl creamery announced september 5th there be the last day of business. they spent the last 25 years as a go to spot for grilled cheese sandwiches. a company director said they struggled to scale production at the point reyes location leading to the closure. you still get it in the stores. the shop will primarily focus on production at the petaluma facility. the cheese still sold in stores. we've seen what can happen in burn scars like the one left behind alpine county where flooding and mudslides are ravaged some areas for days now. after the recent flash flood crews working to reopen highway 89 near markleyville they worry. one of those the calder fire in el dorado county. caltrans removed 10,000 hazard trees along highway 50 in the
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foott l prec >> part of the difficulty with an emergency contract yis you don't have things planned. so you go into it and find things that you didn't know were there, you know. there might be another 100, 200 trees that we didn't assess on the first go round. okay, we got to do something about this. >> now, progress has been made in those steeper areas among the burn scars. new growth and vegetation, which is critical to prevent those dreaded mudslides. especially right now in the burn scar area, all that activity going on up in the sierra right now, paul. >> yeah, more rain today in the form of showers as opposed to thunderstorms. but there have been a few of those around lake tahoe today. the monsoonal moisture is going to be staying off to the east over the next couple of days. as that area of disturbed weather and upper level disturbance off the coast is going to be meandering just a little bit closer to the coast
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but close enough to nudge that monsoonal moisture away from us. plus we just basically exhausted the flow of moisture from that particular direction. so we are going to experience slightly lower mugginess levels the next couple of days. we took a step down today. a couple more the next couple of days and we should see less action in the high sierra, northern california in terms of those thunderstorms. right now low cloud cover and fog on the coast will spread across the bay tonight. temperatures not much variation between 66 in san francisco and 74 degrees in san jose. that's it. eight-degree difference. much more normal to see a 25 to 30-degree difference it time of year. pleasant temperatures across the board. the fog is going to spread inland but not really fog right at ground level in most locations. it's mostly going to be low clouds, but whatever it is on the ground or off the ground it's going to back up out of the inland valleys and should retreat to the coast late morning on saturday. temperatures start off in the upper 50s and low 60s, just two
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or three degrees above what's normal for this time of year. high temperatures tomorrow are going to be close to average around the bay. upper 60s and low 70s. san jose is one of the inland spots that will be near or slightly above normal. inland parts of the east and north bay six degrees below normal. mid-60s on the coast. temperatures mostly in the 70s down the peninsula and south end of the bay. forth into the inland in the santa clara valley. that's the only spot at or slightly above average. temperatures in the low-to-mid 80s for inland parts of the tri-valley. the warmest spots, fairfield, antioch and brent food, mid-to-upper 80s. common to see those temperatures in the upper 90s this time of year. we will take this. temperatures in the upper 60s for san francisco. a mix of upper 60s and low 70s for oakland and the east bay. mid-to-upper 70s inland in the northbound. just the warmest spots reaching or exceeding 80s until you go farther north. well into the 80s and low 90s
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for mendocino county and lake county. that is a tree treat from the triple digit heat earlier this week. sonoma county fair looks nice. temperatures slightly warmer sunday. you are not going to notice too much of a difference. upper 70s to 80s in santa rosa is good for the first week in august. sunday a slight decrease, maybe a degree or two, from monday and tuesday and then a slight increase wednesday and thursday. thursday will be the warmest day in the seven-day forecast but even the hot spots on thursday are only going to reach the low-to-mid 90s for inland parts of the east bay and then right back down to near normal temperatures on friday to round out the second week of august. i will have another update at 11:00. we will see how far that fog has progressed at that point. >> we lucked out with the temperatures. thanks. if you missed the last ten
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both bay area baseball teams are preparing for the battle of the bay. the oakland a's host the san francisco giants in a two gay marriage series that will determine bragging rights. the a's and giants have met twice already in april with each team winning one game apiece. first pitch starts at 4:07 tomorrow. and we are counting down to
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football. one more week until the 49ers kick off their season. >> a key player was back on the field practicing today after an injury that took him out last season. >> today's red and gold report, how a warriors star served as an inspiration. ♪ >> reporter: trey lance has no shortage of playmakers on offense. there is, however, question marks on the offensive line. but help could be on the way. mike mcglinchey is back practicing. he tore his quad in week nine last season. he never returned. to help him in his recovery he got some inspiration from the warriors klay thompson. thompson son was out 2 1/2 years with injuries, then returned to help lead golden state to their fourth nba title in eight years. >> time spent away from the game of basketball and then to come back and help, you know, one of
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the -- our generation's greatest franchises in the nba succeed and win another championship when everybody is telling them that they are washed up, that's damn cool. good determination that klay showed. definitely something all athletes can pull from. >> reporter: with the red and gold report, i'm charlie walter. this is new. scientists able to bring back cells to life in tdead pigs. this could lead t
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in humans, there is the potential many more organs can be spreeved for life-saving transplants. the research could bring new hope to millions of people on that transplant list. that is amazing technology. >> incredible. every single year we do another story like this. these amazing scientists and doctors are coming up with ways to save lives. unbelievable. well, thank you for watching. the news continues streaming on c "cbs news bay area." >> we'll see you back here at 11.
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