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. it is going to set us back decades. women need choices. >> the battle over abortion hit bay area streets today with thousands protesting as part of a national day of action. >> when people look to us, they'll see the way we're doing things. they can use that as model. >> the ground breaking changes coming to san francisco's beta breakers race. >> and a new event in rock ridge helping businesses hit hard bit pandemic. we'll have more on the rock and stroll. >> hundreds of thousands of people across the united states stepped out to rally for abortion right. it was part of the national day of action. they were voicing their opposition to a leaked draft majority opinion that could
overturn roe v. wade. o oakland representative barbara lee spoke at the rally. >> if you make abortion illegal, if you take away our rights to make our personal decisions about our bodies, we will see you at the ballot box in november! >> thousands of protesters also rallied to support women's rights. >> kpix 5 met up with some men who thought they, too, had to take part in this fight. >> reporter: at least a handple of marchers say they'll continue to protest in the days and weeks to protect women and their rights. loud, defiant voices united as one, to protect abortion rights. >> we're not going backwards. we're going forwards. >> reporter: margarita cohen says overturning roe v. wade would set our society back half
a century. >> forced pregnancies, you know, slavery, in my opinion. >> reporter: this was one of more than 300 planned marches across the country. >> women need choices. we are in charge of our own decisions, when we want to have children and when we don't want to have children. >> reporter: while many people question whether the show of solidarity can change the supreme court's decision, they say sitting around is not an option. >> mobilize now and get our message out, that this is, we're not giving up. >> i hope that this turnout motivates people to come out and vote. vote like you've never voted before. >> reporter: young and old say abortion rights are basic human right. >> it's no one else's business, but my own. >> people are still going to have abortions. they're just going to find another way, and they're going to die. >> reporter: not just women, men joining the fight. >> i'm a white man, living in
pl ploelt, coming from this place of privilege. if i don't fight for everybody who needs to be fought for, what am doiing? >> reporter: from the south bay to the east bay to san francisco and all around theountry. protesters say this is about standing up for future generations. >> we need to come together now to preserve those rights for our daughters. >> reporter: i'm da lin. >> 58% of americans favor the idea, 42% do not. a different crowd will be taking over san francisco streets tomorrow. the beta breakers race returns for the first time since 2019. thousands of runners will make their way across the city from the embarcadero to ocean beach. a distance of about 7.5 miles. for the first time, non-binary runners can compete in their gender identity category and win
awards. kpix 5's shawn chitnis showed up to talk to those who helped make that possible. >> i'm so excited. this is just a huge, huge deal. >> reporter: hours before the start of the event, cal feels inspired about the chance to compete in his first beta breakers race as his true self. >> being able to choose non-binary was awesome. >> reporter: someone who's started running in fifth grade, he's competed in high school and college. now he can win in a category for non-binary runner. >> i love living in the bay. one of the reasons i love living here is we are at the forefront of so many social justice movements. >> reporter: his partner and he learned there would be no awards in october. >> just working so, so hard.
>> reporter: the campaign kept gaining support up until the weekend before the support when cal learned there would be awards for non-binary runners. >> felt very like, how's this happening in san francisco in 2022. like hello, what's going on. >> reporter: he's spent time training for the race. part of the race will go along self street. >> people look to us. they'll see the way we're doing things. they'll use that as a model. that oepens up a conversation that nonbinary do run. >> reporter: they say it was an oversight on their part. >> i'm teacher, a poet. so bemany other things besides gender. road closures are already in place. they will lift anywhere between noon and 4:30 p.m. tomorrow.
b.a.r.t. is adding four extra trains in the morning and cal train is adding two special north bound trains. you can head to kpix.com for more on transit schedules. you're not going to want to hear this news. covid cases are spiking again. health officials are making a renewed plea for people to mask up again indoor. at this point they're just asking you to do it. the positivity rate is now above 10%. one university is mandating covid testing for the mnext two weeks but only recommending masking. yesterday almost all bay area public health officials put out a joint statement, urging people to mask up. they are also recommending that we keep big gatherings outside. >> it's time to take action and time to take action across the
bay area. and we think this is an important step for our communities to take. >> health officials say the latest surge is because the new variants are so contagious. the rock and stroll event bringing the community together, revitalizing local businesses climbing out of the pandemic slump. it included live music, pop-up rent vendors. >> the rock and stroll event has always been really good, and i really like to come down here and see the interesting local bands, too. so that's definitely a draw, to be able to walk around and stop in shops and hear good music down here. >> repo . >> the rock and stroll festival is the second saturday of the month all the way through the rest of the year. more than a hundred bay area restaurants are hoping for a boost. by ordering meals you can help
eateries trying to bounce back from losses during the pandemic. diners can also benefit. can you win up to $850 in gift cards by posting photos of your meals on social media. concord police sent out a picture of this crash at clayton road and galinda street. tonight a teenager in new york is facing murder charges after police say he killed ten people in a mass shooting. cbs reporter michael george explains why investigators are calling it a hate crime. >> reporter: buffalo police say the gunman wore military-style clothing and body armor as he carried out the shooting. >> we have suffered a mass shooting with several casualties and multiple people injured. this is the worst nightmare that
any community can face. and we are hurting, and we are seething right now as a community. >> reporter: authorities say the 18-year-old suspect was quickly taken into custody after carrying out the nation's latest mass shooting. >> i saw him doing this, and i'm like, i don't got a phone on me, i'm like somebody -- i'm skr screaming, somebody call the police. >> reporter: he was questioned late saturday and later arraigned and charged with first degree murder. >> the shooter traveled hours from outside this community to perpetrate this crime on the people of buffalo. >> reporter: people say the suspected shooter drove many miles across the state before the attack in a predominantly black neighborhood. a law enforcement force tells cbs news he was yelling racial slurs during the shooting spree. >> this was pure evil. it was straight-up, racially motivated hate crime. >> reporter: the fbi is involved
in the investigation. and governor cathy hochul says the hate crimes task force is also taking part. >> the alleged gunman has pleaded not guilty to first degree murder. a court hearing is scheduled for next week. it happened just a year after an attack that killed ten people at a grocery store in boulder, colorado. still ahead on kpix news at 11 and streaming on cbsne news, bay area will tell you where a bear ended up. and fighting wildfires in california. we've got the forecast coming up after the break.
permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california. well, a bear is on the move in fairfield. >> yeah, police say in the past 24 hours, they've received multiple calls about bear sightings in the wood creek park area. the bear seems to be searching for food and isn't setting up s shop in one place. bears are often found in the hills above fairfield. residents are warned to bring in trash cans and not leave out cat
or dog food and keep pets inside. crews are making progress in battling the coastal fire in orange county. laguna niguel evacuees returned to their homes. some found their homes untouched by flames and others came back to very little or nothing at all. >> it's like, wow, there's nothing there anymore. >> all the paper stuff's burned up. there's really nothing s salvageable. >> the fire has burned at least 20 homes tonight. the l.a. city fire department unveiled the first a all-electric fire engine in north america. it was customized to meet the needs of the department. it will serve a fire station in hollywood. time to check the forecast now, brian. >> it is. but before we check the
forecast. someone, someone sent an electronic hello. >> did they? >> hey, . m 'm not the t.i uggonon ourpre. let' t the temperatures in the bay area. brian, take away. >> the queen of segues. she's up there with one of her offspring at eugene. right now, it's fairly foggy in parts of the bay area. it's hard to see. we've got marine layer coming in. while we've got clear skies downtown. along the coastline, it is cool, windy and cloudy. it's going to kick up the winds and sea breezes are going to be pretty good. around 30 miles per hour along the shoreline. numbers will come down inland as well. not so dramatically tomorrow but
on monday for sure. the numbers in the east bay will be in the low 70s. by monday, tomorrow will be a transition day. not as warm as today, but not that cool. a lot of clouds around. and then this hoe plow pressure keeping the marine layer influence. so the numbers will cool down and warm up later in the week. a typical summertime pattern. there is not a drop of rain in the forecast. coastal clouds overnight, lows in the 50s, it will be windy. for tomorrow, cooler especially at the coast. inland still be warm, just not quite as warm. there will be more clouds. bay wide. and a summer-like pattern, just going to go with the status quo, low clouds in the morning at the shoreline. and you know we have the lunar eclipse tomorrow night. it's bad timing because the clouds are coming in just as the moon's rising above the southwestern sky.
low temperatures tonight 50s. 53 in livermore. daytime highs tomorrow, warm, bur but not as warm. still be very pleasant in san jose, 77. but if you're around the mar the shoe,ome in and mess up the view of the total lunar eclipse which begins, the moon begins to enter the deepest part of the eclipse at 8:30. the moon rises in partial eclipse tomorrow night. if you know somebody in the east bay, give them a call. winds around san francisco this week and around the coastline in general. monday is the coolest day of the week and things do begin to warm up toward the latter half of the week. as we head inland you'll notice by wednesday, thursday and friday we're back into the low to mid-80s.
the latter half of the week we warm up. moon wmonday will be the cooles day of the week. i guess i'm going to head east on my dinner break. we have a big day in basketball tomorrow to see who the warriors' opponent is going to be. but baseball to get to after the break. a doubleheader in oakland. and then a milestone for shohei ohtani in the latter. highlights from both, on the other side.
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sports fan, what do you say? you may have questioned this. why was a big leaguer like mauricio traded for a 26-year-old who's never played a mlb game? it's probably because du bohn was out of options. far hahn, i think he knows what he's doing there. he knew what he was doing here, because jacob joonas was off to a great start. rbi base hit, following batter tommy edmond, gives him the slider. sit down, tommy. fifth inning, those two met again. joonas tries to find the same spot and instead leave it is a little over the plate. edmond gets all of that one, not all of that one, but gets it into the bull pen, his fourth of the year. joonas went four and two-thirds, gave up two runs.
this was a big play here, a 6-3 double play from brandon belt with the bases loaded. cardinals add on to it. paul goldschmidt throws around the bases to score. giants lose 4-06. doubleheader at the coliseum. paul brachlackburn had a qualit start. down 3-1 with two outs in the ninth inning when luis barara stepped to plate. first career home run for barara. the coolers are out for the gatorade bath. gets the blue shower. incredible moment right there, and then he earns himself a start in game two. he got shelved.
second inning, game tied at 1. so long! grand slam. things did not get much better. fifth inning, shohei ohtani. that's a monster two-run shot. that is his 100th career home run. a little milestone for shohei. apar a's lose, 9-1. a multi-goal night for one san jose earthquake but a tough finish that felt worse than the score board reflected. what does kevon looney
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that is. one of the big stories from game six was the contagious hustle from kevon looney. they outrebounded memphis 70-44. the most by a warrior in a playoff game since larry smith in '87. the warriors leaders gave him the vote that he should start the game. good call, guys. good. >> kevon's been one of those guys that's been a mainstay in everything that we do. no matter at what, in anytime when hess is number's been call he's been ready. we knew we couldn't do it without him, which is why we were lobbying for him to get back into the starting lineup. and he came through. let's go to the ice. nick paul and the tampa bay
lightning on a quest to three-peat. in toronto, a game-seven matchup. game tied at one. paul, between his legs. that is a beauty for his second goal of the game. and the lightning advance. they win 2-1. jeremy bow beesy, a big game for the earthquakes, as they faced the vancouver whitecaps. a second goal of the game, but cot you could the earthquakes hold on? eric e-doi scores the goal. it's worse than a loss, but at the same time, it feels like a loss after just how close you are to a victory there to give that one up. but that's sports tonight, back over to you. >> all right, chartlie. pretty cute history was
made. details after the break. out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too.
there's a new carnivore in the united states, a spotted fan loka. >> neither of us have heard of it either, but it's a yew pla rid. >> can you find the little mammal and his parents at the nashville zoo. he he'll weigh three to four pounds grown-up. they're very shy and very cute. >> looks like a little kitten.
a proud moment as we celebrate asian-american and pacific islander heritage month. our station received an award from the california assembly, recognizing our fair and comprehensive coverage of asian-american issues in our community, including anti-asian violence. one of our top writers accepted it on our behalf today at the event in san jose. well, good for us. you had something to do with that. >> well, you know, i will just say it's been such an honor to tell these stories over the past year. not always pleasant, but to give some of the victims of many of the crimes that happened here in the bay area a voice. and i commend the courage in them to come forward. >> good for them. good luck for beta breakers, and we'll see you tom row
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