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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, an apartment fire nearly spreads to grasslands, a reminder of fire season. [ applause ] the warriors are moving on. we'll take you to chase center where fans had the house rocking last night. the governor unveils his plan to help deal with inflation. how he plans to put money back into your pocket. good morning. it is saturday, may 14th. i'm devin fehely. let's start with a check of the weather with meteorologist paul heggen. >> some patchy dense fog to start off this morning. once that dissipates, temperatures are going to warm up a lot.
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this is going to be the warmest day in the seven-day forecast. passing clouds overhead tomorrow. onshore breeze is going to strengthen, cooling off the temperatures. near normal temperatures for this time of year as we head through most of next week. the dry weather is going to continue, also pretty normal for the middle of may. rain chances are few and far between. they'll be none and far between as we head through most of next week. we had the 10% to 20% chance in the forecast thursday. that's now just gone away. the storm system associated with that is going to take a path that's going to keep it away from the bay area. heading out to the a's game against the angels, second game of the series,a's hoping to score runs today, temperatures will warm up. pleasant on the east side of the bay with temperatures starting off in the low 70s and warming up into the mid 70s during the afternoon. the onshore breeze will get stronger but not push the coolest air across the bay until this evening. temperatures will be cool on the coast. upper 60s in san francisco. 80s and a couple 90s farther inland. on the fire watch this morning, crews managed to save
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an apartment building after a fire broke out in morgan hill. the fire started around 7:30 last night. it burned several cars near garden way and wright avenue. the fire department says the fire cost about $1 million in damage to a carport and attic. because of how the wind was blowing, the fire had the potential to cause even more destruction. >> this sits at the end of an dead-end street, so access was an issue. wind one blowing out of the north and casting embers to an apartment complex directly behind it and into yards behind that. cal fire resources responded and picked up all of the spot fires. >> morgan hill police assisted with evacuations. cal fire tweeted that, fortunately, most of the four-unit apartment complex has only minor damage from smoke and fire. live look at chase center in san francisco. the warriors punched their ticket to the western conference finals in a hard-fought win
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against the grizzlies, 110-96. it included a combined 59 points from steph curry and klay thompson. charlie walter will have highlights for us in a few minutes. drna was at the chase center during the game and had reaction from fans. >> reporter: fans got to see the biggest game in chase center history, and they're going home happy. >> let's go! >> yeah! >> wow, the most intense game i've ever been to in my life. wow! >> reporter: it was chaos at thrive city, as fans celebrated a warriors series win over the grizzlies. >> we're not at memphis. we're in the bay on friday night. we're going to win it for the bay. we're going to win it for the city. it is a beautiful [ bleep ] feeling. thank god we won. let's go! back to the finals, baby! >> reporter: it was a close game until the very end, with many nervous fans sitting on the edge of their seats. others were cool and confident.
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did you ever doubt they were going to win? >> yes. but i'm so happy. >> hello? you think i wear these facets if i wasn't confident? don't make me go to my pocket for my rings. >> reporter: fans rode the wave of emotions as the warriors played another physical game against memphis. >> memphis can't handle us. that's a i s this memphis, try better next time. >> reporter: game six klay wasn't the only one to come up big in the game. >> looney surprised us with the rebounds. love looney. love all of them, yeah. >> let's go, warriors! >> reporter: the fans now have no doubt where this team is ultimately headed. >> these are championship rings from the warriors. we're going to get another one this year. >> reporter: now, the waiting game begins to see who the warriors will play next, either the phoenix suns or the dallas mavericks. at chase center, andrea nakano,
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kpix 5. starting today, season ticket holders can buy extra tickets. they go on sale to the general public tomorrow. it's all on warriors.com. dates and times for the games will be announced later. investigators say they found a key piece of evidence in the search for a missing oakley woman, alexis gabe. the 24-year-old was last seen in late january. her car was found abandoned with the keys inside. police recovered gabe's cell phone case in antioch. they believe it was discarded by this man on security video walking away from her car. thursday, investigators were searching the antioch home of gabe's ex-boyfriend and carrying out bags of evidence. police didn't say who was home or what was seized. live look at the state capitol. california has a lot of extra cash to spend. how much? $100 billion in surplus. now, meantime, the governor laid out what he plans to do with the state's massive $300
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million budget package. max darrow explains where a big chunk of the money is going to go. >> reporter: within the nearly $100 billion budget surplus, governor newsom says $18 billion will go into californians' pockets to help offset inflation and gas high prices and other cost burdens. for most of us, including phyllis concella, groceries aren't cheap these days. >> everything has gone up. >> reporter: neither are trips to the gas station. there is often a big line at this one in san mateo because it is one of the cheaper spots around at $5.65 a gallon. bryant spent almost 100 bucks today. >> gas prices are high, but it is necessary for my job. >> reporter: inflation is deflating spirits. >> too expensive. it's hard for people to live. >> perhaps the most important thing right now in people's minds, understandably, is how do i lower costs? we're proposing $18.1 billion to put back in the pockets of millions and millions, tens of
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millions of californians. >> reporter: governor newsom's relief package includes a tax refund for those who own cars up to 800 bucks. this was meant to combat gas prices. however, the governor said today -- >> our rebate is across the spectrum. for you, it could be a rebate to address groceries. >> reporter: the proposal also includes $750 million in incentive grants to provide three months of free public transit. $2.7 billion for emergency rental assistance for qualified, low-income tenants. 12 -- $1.4 billion to help californians pay past due utility bills. pausing the diesel sales tax and more. >> the money could help people out who need it. >> these are temporary measures. you have to deal with the supply issues. once you deal with that, prices will come down again. >> this won't solve the problem of inflation, but it is definitely going to alleviate the pain for a lot of people. >> reporter: especially for
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lower income families says east bay economics professor ky ding. he sees this as a band-aid, not a permanent solution. >> to address inflation, we have to fix all your problems and the supply chain problem. >> reporter: the legislature has until the end of june to finalize the budget. max darrow, kpix 5. this is a live look at 880 in oakland. last year, there was a deeply troubling trend. people were getting shot on the freeway, seemingly at random. there were 48 freeway shootings in the bay area alone. now, there's a new plan to crack down. governor newsom earmarked money for 200 advanced freeway cameras. andria borba spokes with loved ones who lost family members in freeway shootings. >> i don't want her life to be taken in vain. >> reporter: benton's daughter was killed while heading to a job interview in november.
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benton is raising her grandsons, little boys who were in the car when their mom was shot. the news of cameras going up along bay area freeways is a prayer answered. >> i've cried since we talked. that's like the best news. if they were to tell me who did it, that would be even better. but to know that another mother doesn't have to sleep wondering what happened to their child is, like -- it's the best news ever. >> reporter: seven people lost their lives in freeway shootings, including former cal basketball star, ransom, and a toddler, wu. the families join in unfathomable grief. >> before her was the 18-month-old baby. what did a baby do to deserve that? >> yeah. >> so i pray for all of the
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victims' families because it's -- the not knowing is hard. >> reporter: alameda county sheriff's recruit david nguyen was shot and killed in nearly the same spot as amani in january. the governor's office was lobbied to fund a camera network. the loss of david, jasper, gene, and amani has taken a toll on his deputies. >> even at our meetings when we talk about the next steps, what we have to do, how we process these events, the room gets silent. the eyes get watery. voices shake, as mine is shaking right now. it touches your heart. >> reporter: the sheriff says he hopes that simply knowing these cameras are up will be a deterrence to crime. he says once they are installed, they'll provide instant information to officers on the ground and help provide closure
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to families like amani's. at the bay bridge toll plaza, andria borba, kpix 5. abortion rights supporters are holding rallies across the bay area and the country today. it's in response to the leaked draft decision indicating the supreme court is likely to overturn roe v. wade. yesterday, house democrats gathered at the capitol to voice their support for abortion rights. a bill that would codify roe v. wade into law failed to pass in the senate earlier this week. >> we're facing an unprecedented attack on reproductive freedom. everyone here shares the feelings of those across the country. we're angry. after 50 years of constitutional protections of our bodies, we are now yet again fighting for our rights. >> rallies are planned today for san jose, san francisco, mountain view, and palo alto, all starting at 11:00 a.m. the last all female class of graduates will cross the stage at oakland's mills college today. it will begin serving students
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of all genders when it merges with boston's northeastern university in july. two students are suing, claiming they were misled about the merger and ended up paying tuition towards degrees they could no longer receive through northeastern. they're seeking class action status for the c monetary damages. mills told the "east bay times" the two colleges are working together to iron out any issues. time now is 7:12. still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area, musk is pumping the brakes on his purchase of twitter. what experts are saying about his latest announcement. bay area parents scrambling to find baby formula. how local moms are helping each other through a scary shortage. live look outside before we head to break. we'll be right back.
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♪ welcome back. it's 7:15. twitter stock fell more than 9% yesterday. that was after elon musk said that he's putting the brakes on plans to buy the company. he tweeted he wants to pinpoint the number of spam bots and fake accounts on the platform. in a separate tweet, he said he is committed to the acquisition but some business analysts are questioning if the spam issue is a way to get out of the deal. supply disruptions at a recent safety recall has left many parents on the hunt for baby formula. kpix's juliette goodrich has
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more on the desperate situation and how moms are trying to help each other. >> this is autumn, a premie born in august. >> reporter: autumn weighs 12 pounds now. feeding her enriched baby formula is critical. yet, the supply is dry. are you concerned she may not get her supply? >> very concerned. very concerned. i'm so scared that she's not going to get her supply. i don't know how much longer she's going to need her special formula. >> reporter: parents like christine are doing whatever they can to find formula, even turning to moms groups on social media for help. so you were driving around from store to store. >> yes. >> reporter: just trying to find something? >> yes. >> reporter: did you find anything? >> not her formula. there's formula but not her type of formula. >> reporter: supplies are running out across the country because of recent concerns over tainted formula. now, demand is at an all-time high. here at a grocery store in pleasanton, there's one can of enfamil. the price, $23.99, just for one can.
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if you want the powder, check this out, it is under lock and key. you have to actually have somebody open it up for you. it is bare in there. >> just like an example of what i have easy access to. >> reporter: savannah robinson peters is donating her pumped breast milk. she has a freezer full. >> oh, i have a lot more. this is just what i have easy access to right now. >> reporter: you know that's liquid gold. >> yeah, it's literally -- i have some colostrum left from when i first started. >> reporter: the response has been overwhelming. >> i did not expect the response i got back. i think i could probably help out probably about five to six moms. >> tiny, tiny smile. just a little one. >> reporter: eric quinza said ha realing houg
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be now. >> we probably have a month and a half, if not two months of formula. >> reporter: they're warriors, taking care of their babies and helping one another day by day. >> it is really hard. it breaks my heart for the new babies. >> reporter: juliette goodrich, kpix 5. the warmest day in the seven-day forecast is today. once the fog dissipates, temperatures warm up rapidly. we start cooling off tomorrow. a stronger onshore breeze, more clouds overhead passing through on sunday. no precipitation out of the clouds. the next storm system missing us to the north but close enough to squeeze the atmosphere over the bay area and producing the stronger onshore wind. fog will dissipate the next couple hours. midday, yeah, there will be fog hanging out at least near the coast, but inland parts of the bay area and around the bay should see plenty of sunshine. temperatures are going to warm up quickly. 5 to 10 degrees above average around the bay, closer to a dozen degrees above normal farther inland. it puts most of the inland
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temperatures well into the 80s. not so much along the coast. again, the fog is going to be hanging out nearby. the onshore breeze keeps you in the low 60s for highs. it is not bad for the middle of may. upper 70s and low 80s the south end of the bay and down the peninsula. one range of hills makes a big difference, 20-degree swing there. mid to upper 80s in the santa clara valley. 8 7 for morgan hill. mid 80s for the trivalley. closer to 90 for concord and pleasant hill. likely to hit 90 in brentwood. fairfield will be the hot spot this afternoon into the 90s. close, just short of 70 degrees in san francisco by early afternoon, then the onshore breeze strengthens and temperatures drop. low to mid 70s for oakland and the east bay. temperatures in the north bay mostly in the low to mid 80s. warmer as you head farther inland, with temperatures around st. helena around 90 degrees. if you're heading out to run bay to breakers sunday morning or just observe and kind of morbidly curious as to how the
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scantily clad runners will fair with the temperatures, it'll be cool. sun will gradually peek through. temperatures when the race starts in the mid 50s. warming up a couple degrees by the time the runners are finishing the 12-kilometer course. tomorrow evening, catch a glimpse of a lunar eclipse. southeastern horizon, you have to find a spot where where it's not obscured by the hills. it'll be under way just after 8:00. the total eclipse begins around 8:30. the totality occurs about 11 minutes past 9:00. that's when the moon is going to turn that shade of red that prompts the phrase "blood moon." it comes to an end 10:00 sunday evening. temperatures continue to drop off. they'll be close to normal monday, tuesday, wednesday. another wave of cooler air is going to be heading our way by thursday and friday. just passing clouds with that system and no precipitation expected. temperatures a little below average for the end of next ast night, but wn it got
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qanbe.y nch time late in the ay tho when the going gets tough, the tough get going. the warriors are heading back to the western conference finals.
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time is just a flat circle, my friends. apparently, father time has yet to catch up to klay thompson and steph curry, who were wonderful during the last stretch of the game last night. catapulting golden state to the western conference finals. let's show how it went down at chase center. the place was on fire. mike brown rallying the troops, needed a strong final push to close it out. six minutes to go, one-point game. andrew wiggins gets the loose ball, slams it home. wiggins was clutch with 10
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fourth quarter points. draymond green leading the fast break. steph curry, you think he's hype? time-out, memphis. dubs up ten with three minutes to go. shot doesn't drop for steph, but a huge rebound. looney had 22 of them. to thompson, safe to say game six klay showed up. 70 boards for golden state. time winding down. memphis needed a stop. they got a lullaby instead. curry saved his best for last in the series. puts the young grizzlies to sleep. final minute we go. hey, siri, play "whoop that trick." curry, the acrobatic finish, and this series is over. warriors win, 110-96. they outscored memphis, 23-7, in the final 6:30. the old guards led the way. splash bros back at it. super once again, curry and tho. >>that challenge.
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we're looking forward to it. it feels good to be back after, you know, you go two years of the type of basketball we were playing, you're not so certain you're going to get back. you know, to put it all together is really good to be back. >> everything we've been through the last few years, it's an incredible opportunity. we want to advance, obviously, but we're going to embrace the challenge, whoever comes out of the other side of the bracket. but it's something i will toast to tonight back in the wcf. couple giants fans in st. louis hoping to see the win streak stay alive. third inning, deep to left center. just out of bater's reach. 3-1. two-run double. eighth inning, good to see evan longoria get on the score sheet. rips a two-run double to right
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field. giants win, 8-2, six straight for san francisco if you're counting. same two today. let's head over to the east bay. shohei ohtani and the a's in town. shortstop velazquez ate his wheaties yesterday, apparently. the first home run of the season. l.a. wins, 2-0. a's shut out for the sixth time. offense continues to struggle. they will play a double-header today. jayson tatum and the celtics in a do-or-die game six at milwaukee. fourth quarter we go. good ball movement from boston, up five. it is tatum silencing the home crowd. career game for jayson. 46 points and 9 rebounds. celtics are heading back to boston. 108-95 winners. we will have a game seven in that one, and we will also have a game seven in the semifinals between the phoenix suns and the dallas mavericks. the winner of that one will take on the golden state warriors.
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have yourself a great rest of your day. coming up, bay area health -- i had a mask for some of it, and three days later, i got covid. >> coming up, health officials are saying covid cases are up, and it is time for you to mask up again. plus, a truly disturbing case out of the south bay. a child dies in what is described as an exorcism. we'll have details on the new charges that have been filed against her family. here's a live look outside in san jose.
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. welcome back. the time now is 7:30. thank you so much for joining us. i'm devin fehely. let's start with a check of the weather with first alert meteorologist paul heggen. >> some patchy dense fog to start off this morning. once that dissipates, temperatures are going to warm up a lot. this is going to be the warmest day in the seven-day forecast. passing clouds overhead tomorrow. onshore breeze is going to strengthen, cooling off the temperatures. near normal temperatures for this time of year as we head through most of next week. the dry weather is going to continue, also pretty normal for the middle of may. rain chances are few and far between. they'll be none and far between as we head through most of next week. we had the 10% to 20% chance in the forecast thursday. that's now just gone away. the storm system associated with that is going to take a path
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that's going to keep it away from the bay area. heading out to the a's game against the angels, second game of the series, a's hoping to score on runs, temperatures will warm up. pleasant on the east side of the bay with temperatures starting off in the low 70s and warming up into the mid 70s during the afternoon. the onshore breeze will get stronger but not push the coolest air across the bay until this evening. temperatures will be cool on the coast. upper 60s in san francisco. 80s and a couple 90s farther inland. now to the latest on the war in ukraine. there are reports of russian troops withdrawing from ukraine's second largest city. the troops are reportedly pulling out of kharkiv, the northeastern part of the country. they're focusing, instead, on guarding supply routes. the russians are also reportedly launching more air strikes in eastern ukraine. ukraine's defense minister said that his country is, quote, entering a new long-term phase of the war. on friday, a war crimes trial began for a captured russian soldier in kyiv. meantime, wnba star
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brittney griner, her detention in russia has been extended by a month. her lawyers say the relatively short extension, by russian standards, could mean the case will go to trial soon. griner is a two-time olympic gold medalist. she was arrested at the moscow airport in february, allegedly carrying vape cartridges holding cannabis oil. the maximum penalty for those charges is ten years in prison. this morning, the bay area earned a dubious distinction. we have the state's highest covid infection rate. health officials are imploring people to be cautious and to wear their masks. as kpix 5 shows us, the message is sinking in. >> reporter: life may look close to normal here in san francisco, but the bay area seems to have taken a big step back in the pandemic. >> i have my mask with me that i'm going to put on if i go inside. >> reporter: it now has california's highest covid infection rate. with mass gatherings like
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graduations, bay to breakers, and warriors championship games, health experts are warning people to be cautious. >> it's important to celebrate, but celebrate as safe as possible. >> reporter: covid was still on the minds of fans at friday's warriors game. >> i was here 2 1/2 weeks ago, and i had a mask for some of it. three days later, i got covid. >> i'm traveling next week, so i just don't want to get it. >> reporter: 12 bay area health officers are issuing a warning, but not a requirement. >> it is time to take action, and it is time to take action across the bay area. we think this is an important step for our communities to take. >> reporter: chief among their recommendations, don't put the mask away yet, especially if you're gathering indoors. >> i see them as part of my attire. i don't think when can i, you know, walk arowious. rr:octors h ab
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ve cre vastly undeor riseat-home testin 'sthey thlking about. shib while cases remain high. in san francisco, i'm sarah donchi, kpix 5. new charges have been filed in the death of a 3-year-old little girl. the little girl died during what is described as an exorcism at a local church. the girl's grandfather and uncle are charged with child abuse resulting in death. that's in addition to the 3-year-old's mother. prosecutors say the family believed the little girl was possessed because she would sometimes wake up screaming. they're accused of taking her to the church in september and forcing her to vomit to get the evil spirits out. >> arely had pressure on her body, the torso, from the front and back with so much force applied, she lost consciousness. >> prosecutors say the family waited an hour to call 911 after
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she stopped breathing. no comment from their defense attorney>ouseold a learin ufos next week. there have been 144 reports of unidentified aerial phenomenon since 2004. only one of those was explained in a report that led the pentagon to form a special program to collect data about the sightings. >> i'm not going to get ahead of that testimony, but we are absolutely committed to being as transparent as we can with the american people. >> on tuesday, the public is expected to hear from two top intelligence officials. one of the candidates running for senate this year is flooding the airwaves with unusual adds. dan o'dowd made his fortune in software, and he is using the money to fund ads trashing tesla
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software. he said tesla is just the beginning. >> reporter: over the past month, there is a fairly good chance you have seen this video. >> from turning too tightly and hitting a pylon. >> reporter: it is clip after clip, essentially bashing tesla's self-driving technology for a full minute. it is on the airwaves all over california. it turns out it is a political ad. >> i'd dan o'dowd, and i approve this message. >> reporter: if you are confused, you're not alone. you're running for senate, but the message is tesla software is terrible. do i have that right? >> that's the beginning. that's part of the message. the whole message is much bigger. >> reporter: here's the thing, o'dowd is not wrong when it comes to tesla's auto-pilot. if you've ever been in one, you imauverows.t ca senate campaign on this? o'dowd is running as a single-issue candidate, essentially using tesla as a way to segue into the broader issue of cybersecurity. o'dowd says our infrastructure, power grids, hospitals, and, yes, self-driving cars, are all
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at risk of a cyberattack. >> i view this as the biggest problem of our time, even bigger than nuclear weapons. my slogan is making computers safe for humanity. we have to find those computers, disconnect them, or we have to reprogram them so they can't be hacked, and so they're not going to fail and leave us all defenseless. >> reporter: what about homelessness? what about the environment? what about the drought? >> when they bring down the power grid, everyone will be homeless. they won't be able to go anywhere. you won't be able to live in your home. i just think it is a more important issue. >> reporter: o'dowd became a billionaire after founding greenhill software in 1992 and sells software to automakers for self-driving, but he is not a competitor of tesla and there is no conflict of interest. it begs the question, is this a real run for senate or to try to draw attention to the cybersecurity issue in our untr >> it oth. but i'm -- but by not taking positions on other issues, i'm
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letting people make that decision on the single issue. >> reporter: nolan higdon is a professor and didn't mince his words on o'dowd's wealth. >> sounds like a wealthy individual possibly oozing with hubris and narcissism. who thinks just because of their wealth, they're somehow entitled to this position. >> i want to be polite because i think he is a good position and his heart is in the right place. it is demonstrating naivety about how politics work. >> reporter: to be taken seriously, he'll have to take on other issues other than self-driving cars. >> as i said, if he just stays in his own lane, what he is telling us is that he is not comfortable discussing these other things. he is comfortable with what he knows. if you're going to serve in the senate, you have to know a hell of a lot more than that. >> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. stay with kpic 5 and cbs
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news bay area. we'll keep you informed on the issues leading up to the june primary. house, whess staooe at the podium. she thanked the president, first lady, staff, and journalists during her last briefing. >> i want to thank all of you in thisdisagreed. that is democracy in action. that is it working. without accountability, without debate, government is not as strong. you all play an incredibly pivotal role. >> she will be replaced by karine jean-pierre, the first black woman and openly l ggbtq person to step into the role as press secretary. we have more on the candy and ice cream shop struggling to survive. the community stepped in to help, and things are looking better after our story. the shelves at the store are almost empty. we reported about the customer
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who helped create rescue boxes for the shop patrons to purchase. he hoped the creative idea could help bring in a few hundred extra dollars for the shop. the store says it's done more than that for them. >> i remember the day when i said, irene, there is going to be a $4,000 deposit. she said, huh, i can make my rent! she did a dance right here in the middle of the store. then we cried a little bit. yeah, that's been the initial support. before you, you know, before cbs helped us out. after the cbs report, we started seeing numbers that were five, six, seven times that. coming up, we've got this week's jefferson award winner. he is giving a voice to thousands through the power of music.
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♪ i've never experienced anything like this in my life. >> hundreds of firefighters are working to put out a dangerous wildfire in orange county that already destroyed 20 homes and damaged 11 others. firefighters are battling hot
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spots and will be dealing with wind this weekend. it was grim for many people returning to their homes. >> i heard it was bad, but this is so devastating. >> while it was happening, i had to rush out. now, the house is totally gone. >> san francisco fire crews and with an assist from schoolteachers, helped rescue people from a r in the city. the flames engulfed all three floors of the building on inca lane in the western addition. fire crews say they rescued five people. seven others were hurt. they also are describing teachers from rosa parks elementary school as heros. they say the school staffers jumped into action before the fire trucks arrived, rescuing at least a half dozen people from the burning building and helping elderly residents out. chopper 5 flew over yesterday's scene. five people were taken to the hospital, one in critical condition. the red cross is helping 18 displaced people. no word yet on the cause. a ton of food gets wasted every day, mostly because it doesn't look pretty. it's got nothing to do with how
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it tastes. a pair of chefs are taking that food that might otherwise go to waste and turning it into gourmet meals. as kpix 5's betty yu reports, they have a hit on their hands. >> reporter: it's a lean, green, sustainable machine. shugie's trash pie and natural w wine, the first restaurant dedicated to reducing food waste. it is a funky and monochromatic space in the mission district that's turning heads and calling attention to a serious mission, saving our planet. think ugly or blemished produce, farm surplus, and off-cuts of meats. the stuff that would normally be thrown out. >> no, we're not dumpster driving. everything is really, really t at the farmers market all day. what happens to those? people are always going after the beautiful, crispy stuff, the
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things that look the best. >> reporter: this is food waste paradise. >> it's like, hey, how do you make a salad cool? >> reporter: here, the pizza is upcycled. the dough contains whey, a byproduct of the cheese-making process, and oat flour which is left over from the oat milk making process. >> in america, we waste up to 40% of our entire food supply. whether that's at the farm level, things that are looked over because of cosmetic irregularity they don't have outlets for them, or all the way down to the consumer level where we're taking too much of a portion on our plate. >> reporter: co-owners kayla abe and david murphy are also the founders of the ugly pickle company. to date, they say they've saved upwards of 40,000 pounds of produce through various projects. they want customers to eat their way to a sustainable future. maybe even try something new. >> you want people to eat first, then they're going to start asking questions. they're like, man, what is this? this is so good. then, like, they find out, man,
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this is chicken hearts. oh! that's chicken hearts. i never knew i liked chicken hearts. >> reporter: the wines are also small-batch producers. since opening, diners have lined up daily, sometimes up to two hours, to get a table. in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5. the warmest day in the seven-day forecast is today. temperatures are going to warm up rapidly once the foogg dissipates. we already start cooling off tomorrow. a stronger onshore breeze, more clouds overhead passing through on sunday. no precipitation out of the clouds. the next storm system missing us to the north but close enough to squeeze the atmosphere over the bay area and produce the stronger onshore wind. fog is going to dissipate quickly the next couple of hours. by midday, yeah, there will be fog hanging out near the coast. inland parts of the bay area and around the bay should see plenty of sunshine. temperatures are going to warm up quickly. we're going to end up 5 to 10 degrees above average around the bay. closer to a dozen degrees above normal farther inland, which puts the inland temperatures
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well into the 80s. not so much along the coast. again, the fog is going to be hanging out nearby. the onshore breeze is going to keep you in the low 60s for highs. that's not bad for the middle of may. upper 70s and low 80s around the south end of the bay and down the peninsula. one range of hills makes a big difference, 20-degree swing there. temperatures in the mid to upper 80s in the santa clara valley. 85 in san jose. 87 for morgan hill. lily hitti n brentwood.ley. stens and t m 70saye mperuresstly 80 farther inland, warmer temperatures. windsor and st. helena close to 90 degrees. if you're going to be heading out to run bay to breakers sunday morning, or observe and just maybe morbidly curious has
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to scantily clad runners will fair with the temperatures, it'll be cool. fog sunday morning. sun gradually peeks through. temperatures when the race starts in the mid 50s. warming up a couple degrees by the time most of the runners are finishing the 12-kilometer course. tomorrow evening, catch a glimpse of a lunar eclipse. you have to find a spot where the southeastern horizon isn't obscured by the hills. the eclipse will be under way when the moon rises just after 8:00. total eclipse begins around 8:30. totality occurs 11 minutes past 9:00. that's when the moon turns that shade of red that prompts the phrase "blood moon." total eclipse comes to an end by just before 10:00 on sunday evening. temperatures continue to drop off. we'll be close to normal monday, tuesday, and wednesday. another wave of cooler air is going to be heading our way by thursday and friday. just passing clouds. with that system, no precipitation expected. temperatures below average for the end of next week. lifting voices, uplifting lives.
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that's what one east bay man is doing through the power of music. sharon chin introduces us to this week's jefferson bay award winner. ♪ ♪ it's all right ♪ >> reporter: you can see and hear their joy as students present their spring concert at first presbyterian church in oakland. high school sophomore zeke o'harrison has been singing many years, and it is a gift in lifehand challenges. >> it makes me happy and relaxed. it makes me feel safe. >> reporter: david morales is the man behind the piano and the performance. he's founder and artistic director of the cantare music program. in fact, david first started the non-profit in 1987 as an adult corral. >> it's a way to help discover who you are.
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to find your voice, which is a musical thing. >> it is all connected. take it in. >> it is also a psychological thing. to find out you have value. >> reporter: tuition for the adult programs help pay for youth offerings that david started 23 years ago when music budgets got slashed in local schools. cantare works in harmony with the school district to provide free music instruction and after-school choirs. a few thousand students and 70 classrooms take part from transitional kindergarten to high school. students build confidence. their parents build community. >> that's our mission. that's the miracle of life. we're providing an arena for that. >> reporter: the retired music professor also takes pride in his award-winning advanced nova youth choir. 12-year-old member prothena learned her voice is a powerful instrument. >> you could be sad, happy, mad, excited, anything.
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you can feel any emotion, and you can express it musically through your voice. >> reporter: nova participants also get mentors and field trips to tour colleges. nearly all of them go on to college or vocational school. >> you're seeing a kid's eyes open up to a different world than they saw before. that means different dreams, different possibilities, different futures. >> reporter: for giving children and adults the joy of music for the last 35 years, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to david morales. sharon chin, kpix 5. >> we heard about david because someone nominated him for a jefferson award. if you'd like to nominate a person making a difference, fil.
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remember concerts? remember standing shoulder to shoulder with other humans, listening to live music? yeah, that. concerts are making a comeback this weekend. coldplay is taking the stage sunday, the first concert at levi's in nearly three years. the show is sold out. >> what this means for us is not just the 50,000 or so people that will be in there sunday night. it also means that thousands of jobs that return to santa clara. this is a live look at san francisco, where runners in the bay to breakers will hit the streets tomorrow at a two-year pandemic pause. among the thousands of runners, there there is one man taking the next step in an incredible journey. he's gone from running the prison yard to running free. marquel taylor took up running while serving an 18-year sentence at san quentin. he earned the name gazelle. he'll run his first bay to breakers, follow heed by the dip sea and other events across the country. he does it between his job part-time coaching gig and
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support group for former inmates. >> we doing our best to be good examples so they can one day share the same experience that we have today. >> look for him to finish fast on sunday. taylor recently ran the boston marathon in under 3 hours.
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patchy dense fog. this will be the warmest day in the seven-day forecast. passing clouds overhead tomorrow. onshore breeze is going to strengthen, cooling off the temperatures. then near normal temperatures a continue. pretty normal for the middle of may. rain chances are few and far between. they'll be none and far between as we head through most of next week. we had the 10% to 20% chance in the forecast thursday. that's now just gone away. the storm system associated with that is going to take a path that's going to keep it away from the bay area. heading out to the a's game against the angels, second game of the series, a's hoping to score on runs, temperatures will warm up. pleasant on the east side of the bay with temperatures starting off in the low 70s and warming up into the mid 70s during the afternoon. the onshore breeze will get stronger but not push the coolest air across the bay until this evening. temperatures will be cool on the coast. upper 60s in san francisco.
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80s and a couple 90s farther inland. thanks, paul. thank you for watching kpix 5 news this morning. don't forget the news continues all day on cbs news bay area. we'll be back here tomorrow morning at 6:00. we'll see you then. enjoy your saturday.
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narrator: today on "lucky dog", eric and rashi rescue a two-year-old dog with a calm demeanor. eric: she's super sweet, really, really awesome dog to work with. narrator: she might be the perfect match for a family with two young kids, but a fear of dogs could stand in the way of the adoption. kanika: when we're walking outside on the sidewalk, if there's somebody walking a dog and coming towards my direction, i turn around and start walking the other way. eric: it's really just going to be making sure that she's completely comfortable with a dog coming into her home, because if she's not, it's not going to be a good fit. i'm eric wiese, and this is my wife, rashi.

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