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right now at 11-- we begin with breaking news. we )re just getting word that one perso right now hat 11:00, we begin with breaking news. just getting word right now that one person is dead after a caltrain struck and killed that person on peninsula. nbc bay area's skyranger was just over the scene. where that train hit the pedestrian just before 10:00 in atherton. a treat from caltrain describes that victim as a torrez passer. we just checked in with caltrain. the northbound tracks are operational. if you're planning on using the caltrain services expect delays. this is their third fatality this year. lots of news to get to. thanks for joining us on our midday newscast. i'm scott mcgrew in for some brock. >> and i'm kris sanchez.
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six months after 36 people died two people were arrested today. >> the ghost ship fire was one of the deadliest fires to ever hit the bay area in modern times. nbc bay area's pete suratos is live in the newsroom with more about the arrests and charges that will be announced in just a couple hours from now. pete? >> reporter: good morning to you, scott and kris. just getting information into the newsroom from the alameda county d.a.'s office and that's deric almena and max harris, the warehouse tenant of that building were arrested this morning outside of alameda county, and they will be the ones facing charges in connection to the deadly ghost ship fire. the d.a.'s office will hold the news conference in a matter of hours to further elaborate on those charges. now the announcement of charges against these two individuals just takes place over six months after that deadly ini didn't took place, that fire resulting in the deaths of 36 people and has put the city of oakland as well as other cities under the microscope when it comes to safety hazards being involved in buildings like this one around town. as i mentioned that charge is
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going to take place in a matter of hours in oakland hat 1:00 p.m. we have crews in place, and we'll bring you continuing coverage of this developing story at 5:00 p.m. back to you guys in the studio. >> pete, thank you. officials in orlando meanwhile say a man shot and killed five people at his former workplace before taking his own life. it started around 8:00 this morning eastern time. that's when the 45-year-old man walked into the business, started firing before taking his own life. orlando's mayor with whom we became very familiar during the pulse nightclub shooting tried once again to comfort the city but warned people to be alert. >> we've seen this play itself out in our community and in other communities across the nation, and it is incumbent upon all of us not to become complacent or become callous to these horrific situations. >> the investigation into the attack is ongoing. the business where the shooting occurred makes accessories for rvs and campers.
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>> well, it's been 15 years since the apple developer's conference was held in the south bay. >> yes. >> a long time. >> it's back now. this morning thousands lined up to get inside the convention center to get in on the excitement. nbc bay area's bob redell live to tell us about some of the news coming out of there. good morning, bob. >> good morning to you, scott and kris. yes, it was last time was 2002 that the apple worldwide development conference was held here in the south bay. here it is this morning at the mchenry convention center in san jose. this is what it looked like outside early this morning. developers, hundreds of them lined up well before the sun came up. 5,300 developers in all registered for this week's conference. 75 countries represented, including a 10-year-old developer from australia with five apps already on the app store and an 82-year-old woman from japan with her first app in the store, posted there earlier this year. the keynote began a little bit after 10:00 this morning with
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apple ceo tim cook coming to the stage to announce that they had six announcements today. one had to do with the apple tv and the tv app and announcing the amazon prime video will be coming later this year. there were a few upgrades to the software to the watch. they were saying that they were going to have some new faces, a toy story face and a face that would be powered by intelligence. the demo for one of the apple employees. >> let's look at the new intelligence siri watch face. here in the morning i can so things like the weather for today and my upcoming events. later today i'm heading back to san francisco to see my parents, and in the afternoon the siri face will proactively update to tell me how long it will take me to get there. tonight we're going to see the new "alien" movie which i'm super excited about. no one spoil it for me. for any content i can tap directly for more details.
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i have my ticket so tonight i can raise my wrist and with one tap they will be ready. >> reporter: apple also announced an upgrade to its os system for the mac desktops calling it high sierra. they say it will have a farther browser, going to have some other upgrades, better photo app. the mail will be a little bit better and then also they are announcing upgrades to the imac itself, the desk top, and this is something we just got into the newsroom. the system that they are expecting the graphics capability to be so much more powerful that they are able to develop dr in there so they did a live demonstration with one of their apple employees in the virtual reality of "star wars," manipulating that environment and letting play and interact with t.quite a demonstration, at least watching it on the live feed coming out of the mchenry convention center here in san jose. they said they had six announcements today. i believe i went through four of them.
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still waiting to wait out what five and six will be. reporting live in san jose, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> get back inside, bob. >> thank you, bob. this week starts off nice and cool, and there are sprinkles on the horizon. >> let's take you out live this morning to take a look. there's the bay bridge where it's much cooler. i know it's funny how tourists come and say it's going to be california in the summer. no, it's not. let's turn to meteorologist kari hall. june is supposed to be dry. somewhere this rain coming from? >> we will have a chance of rain an normally in the month of june we see some fog over the golden gate bridge and we're not seeing that right now, and as a response temperatures are already starting to warm up. we're at 70 degrees in the tri-valley peninsula and south bay and 65 degrees in the east bay and san francisco north buy now at 73 degrees. we are going to have a warm one. up to 88 degrees in concord. today will be the warmest day of the week reaching 78 degrees in palo alto and 86 degrees in santa rosa today. then, as we go into the next
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several days, yes, we're talking about a late season rain here. i'll let you know when we can see the rain and how much we could see around the bay area. that's coming up in the microclimate forecast. >> thanks, kari. >> now to our continuing coverage of the terror attack in london. british police forging ahead in the investigation making new arrests. >> bill neely talked to investigators who are determined to capture everybody involved in saturday's attack that left seven people dead. [ explosions ] >> reporter: dramatic new video of police confronting three killers. one man trying to survive as officers fire volleys of gunfire at the man who has left dozens dead and injured. >> i'm trying to keep myself safe. >> reporter: dozens more running for their lives. >> just saw the two guys getting shot. >> reporter: officers killing the attacks within minutes. we do believe we know who they are and we eve made a number
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arrests. >> reporter: police are searching more homes this morning and investigating a claim by isis that it was responsible. the carnage began just before 10:00 saturday night. terrorists driving their van on to london bridge. at 10:08 police got the first call that the van had mounted the sidewalk ramming into pedestrians. when it stopped on the side of the bridge three men jumped out. they ran into crowded borrow market and stabbed people and targeting drinkers and just eight minutes after they were called they fired 53 shots kill all three attackers. after the saturday slaughter the monday morning commute at london bridge. the security heavy, the anxiety real. britain's prime minister theresa may has now confirmed all three attackers have been identified. she's under pressure. so, too, the police.
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remember, this is the third deadly attack in britain in the last three months. the fear now of more copycat killings. back to you. ♪ . >> some of music's biggest names hit the stage for a benefit concert to more than 50,000 people that crowded into manchester's old trafford cricket ground last night. there you see ariana grande, justin bieber, coldplay, miley cyrus. among the others joining the singer on stage for emotional performances. the concert, of course, raising money for the victims of the suicide bombing at the previous concert on may 22nd that killed 22 people. today marks the fourth day of jury deliberations in the penalty phase of the sierra lamar murder case. last month jurors found antolin garcia-torres guilty of first-degree murder. he could receive the death penalty. the jurors is asking jurors and
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the jurors were told he never revealed where lamar's remains are located. happening today. talks of easing traffic congestion on highway 101 will kick into high gear in redwood city tonight. this is the caltrans map of the worst bottlenecks in the morning. you're thinking to yourself i already know this. caltrans is considering several options to ease that pain on the freeway. that includes creating a toll lane, a toll for solo drivers and extended carpool lanes from sfo all the way down to northern santa clara county. you can voice your opinion tonight at the public meeting at the redwood city hall. it starts at 6:00. >> and an unexpected glitch delaying oakland zoo's opening of its new california trail gondola. this is the first phase of the zoo's massive california trail expansion. eventually you'll get an up-close look at some of california's native species, including black bear and condors, mountain lions and
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eagles. they say this is a water issue. it's delayed the opening of the visitor center and the restaurant and the gondola and no word on when it will all open. >> i was looking forward to that. >> looks good. >> i'd rather be redder than not ready. >> up next at 11:00, should authorities need a warrant to look at your phone's location history? had the supreme court's decision that may soon answer that question. >> plus, one if by air, the unique wear that toyota plans to bring technology, the 2020 olympics in tokyo?
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the f-d-a is investigating a link between tuna sold to northern california restaurants-- and heti the fda is investigating a link between tunas sold to northern california restaurants and hepatitis "a." the recalled tuna came from indonesia, the philippines and vietnam. the fda said 17 california restaurants purchased that frozen tuna including five restaurants here in the bay
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area. restaurant owners say they have already pulled that contaminated ahi and yellow-fin tuna weeks ago. so far no one has reported getting sick. the owner of one affected customer says that customers should be okay. in reality there's very little danger that anyone consumed that product because they pulled it so fast. >> here are the bay area restaurants that purchased the products. include hi can a na, bonito poke, poke shack and fenik in san rafael and anyone not vaccinated for hepatitis "a" and may have eaten that tuna product in the last couple of weeks, you should see your doctor. your cell phone providers knows where you've been but is it okay for police to use that information? justices have agreed to hear an appeal for a man brought to
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trial dues of a robbery and they were able to track him at the robbery sites because of cell phone carrier information. the defense argued prosecutors should have gotten a warrant. ==scott/vo== toyota is working on a flying car. it )s backing a startup company t >> foyt it a is working on a flying car. it's backing a startup company to develop a vehicle to be able to transport the olympic torch to the opening ceremonies in tokyo in 2020. toyota has invested $400,000 which is not much so far and they have tested the prototype which apparently just got off the ground. the creator of rumba wants to do for your garden what he did for your floor. a turtle that weeds your garden. this is the vacuum cleaner here, but turtle will discern weeds from plants you want to keep and chop them down with a little
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we'd whacker. he's launching a kickstarter campaign for turtle that will cost $300 bucks. >> sorry, dad, you still have to cut it this weekend. bidding to win a power lunch with warren buffett. the billionaire investor is auctioning off his time to raise funds to combat homelessness in san francisco. over the years he's raised nearly $24 million for the glide foundation which is run by glide memorial church. last year's winner paid nearly $3.5 million for that lunch of profit. the ebay auction started at 7:30 last night and ends friday. bids are already up to $1 million, so i'm out. new this morning the nation of qatar being accused of funding isis and supporting iran. now saudi arabia, egypt and the united arab emirates are cutting diplomatic ties with qatar. in total six arab countries close to the u.s. are telling diplomats from qatar to leave and flights have been suspended. qatar is an oil-rich country and
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denies the allegations as unjustified with no basis in fact. >> mountain lions are on the prowl and two of them were spotted in san carlos. san mateo county sheriff's deputies say there were two different settings, the first on saturday night and the second sighting happened about two hours later and somebody reported a big cat near their car port on briton avenue. if you see a mountain lion, wave your arms, try to look bigger and apparently whatever you do don't run. >> that is a -- >> good luck with that. >> that's a tough order. in marin county one group is trying to pull fluoride from the drinking water. voters approved the process back in the 1970s, but opponents of fluoridation says it affects childhood development despite research that says otherwise. opponents are urging people to attend tomorrow's water district meeting. flornated water just started
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happening in marin county. . >> let's see if she can keep up her record. kari hall joins us with apparently some rain. >> yeah. >> and it's weird. it's like we have on average in san jose less than a tenth of an inch of rain during the whole month, and we may be getting that on thursday into friday. >> let's get it out of the way. let's not waste it with some sprinkles here. here's a live look outside to start out the week. now in tiburon 63 degrees, and it feels nice and comfortable. we do have a warm start to this week looking live outside in berkeley with our clear skies, and also those warming temperatures all around the bay area. here's the live look outside at anderson reservoir. morgan hill not a cloud in the sky so here we are talking about some rain. we'll goat that. as we are now feeling those temperature in the upper 70s in fairfield. we're at 70 in livermore and san jose, and morgan hill at 75
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degrees and san francisco already up to 63, and we'll see the high temperatures today in parts of the south bay up toll 89 degrees so it definitely feels like summer. this will be the warmest day we've had in quite a while as we're starting to see those temperatures on the downward trend for the rest of the week. in concord today we're up to 88 degrees, and the same in pleasanton and fremont, 81 degrees will be the high. san mateo 72, and for ingleside expect it to reach the 63 while novato is up to 83 degrees. and if you're like me really struggling with the allergies, i know it sounds kind of congested, we have are a moderate amount of tree pollen which was high just a few days ago, but now we're starting to see more grass pollen in the mix, so that's gone from low to moderate, and we're still low on the mold and weed count. as we go into the next several days, more allergies to deal with and we're just going to enjoy t.heading out to the coliseum later this evening
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against the blue jays and coming off of that high-scoring game against the national on the road, well, we're going to have some comfortable temperatures at first pitch this evening. we'll at 6 about degrees and then some chilly temperatures starting to move in later this evening, and here we are talking about the rain. it doesn't come into the bay area until thursday, so it moves in late thursday night until early friday morning. we'll have the highest chance for the north bay and this is where we could see a quarter to possibly half an inch of rain and then that rain fizzles out as it moves into the rest bay area and into the south bay and we do have a chance of getting up to at least a at the time of an inch of rain, and while we get some rain there may be some high elevation snow in the sierra. they are still doing pretty well. we can see here from squaw creek that we do have a lot of snow still left on the top of those mountains and we are at 210% of averages as far as snow department in parts of the sierra so we're going to have a chance of rain here, a chance of
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high elevation snow. once again that's not until the end of the week, and until then our temperatures start to come down just a few degrees, and for the valleys today we're up to 86 degrees, and 85 degrees tomorrow and for the end of the week our temperatures will be only reaching into the low 70s, but it does clear out in time for the weekend. some mid-70s and saturday and sunday, it's going to be a very nice one, kind of like the weekend that we just had, kris and scott. >> it was, right. thousandses of cyclists now on an epic ride. coming up next, the big california bike trek that raises awareness. >> and first happening in alameda county, a big push to help people out of jail or prison gets access to jobs and housing. county leaders announced the new efforts for that front in just a few minutes in the county administrative building in oakland and two undocumented fathers here in the bay area had to be deported and immigrant rights groups are outraged and they will protest at the customs
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enforcement building in san francisco. that starts in 30 minutes. we'll be back in two with much more news. the bathroom.
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notice some changes at the lafayette bart parking lot. ==vo+rail== from mid to late june-- crews will add more h starting this month you notice some changes at the lafayette b.a.r.t. parking lot. from mid to late june crews will add more handicap parking spaces. b.a.r.t. also says it is limb prove pedestrian safety and improve traffic flow.
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during the first phase of construction though it will be one-way traffic only entering from happy valley road and exiting on to deer hill road. flaggers though, they are going to be there to help direct you. thousands of cyclists are on their way from san francisco to los angeles, part of the 15th aids life cycle event. nearly 3,000 riders raising awareness about aids. we were there yesterday. cyclists went from san francisco to santa cruz on the first leg of their 540-mile trip. >> my boyfriend and i raised over 9k together and we're here to end aids. >> i do it for friends and i also do it for kind of a single solidarity and kind of getting a community together. it's a lot of fun. >> the group left santa cruz this morning and they are on their way to king city. >> a milestone this week for sonoma county as the first united airlines flight in 16 years that's set to land in
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santa rosa. a 50-seat bombardier jet is -- >> bombardier jet -- i take the regular 747. it's scheduled to land at charles m. schultz airplane on thursday. united is the fourth major airline to fly out of the airport joining alaska allegiant and american airlines. a long-awaited trial begins for comedian bill cosby of course accused of sexual assault. we'll explain why headlines were made even before the trial started as cosby walks into the courthouse. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, wait until we get ins involved in this, too. it will be awesome. we'll ship everybody back to their own country. >> police threatening deportation in one of the best known sanctuary cities. i'm vicky nguyen and how we caught it on camera and what the police chief is saying now. >> hey, nokes, before we go to break i want to show you how to join our community on the waze application and leverage the
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power of us all as well as the power of google. let's go to the waze app on iphone or android and in the bottom corn there's a magnifying glass. click on that and then your name and then scroll down to find nbc bay area wazers. that eshow you join the community and help each other out. back with you after this break. on september 9, 2010, pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation.
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pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
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breaking news right now. we have just learned from the santa clara county superior court that the jury in the antolin garcia-torres murder trial has reached a verdict. he was convicted of killing and kidnapping morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. we expect that the verdict will be read at 1:30 this afternoon after four days of deliberation. damien trujillo will be there in the courthouse. you might recall from the rest of the trial no cameras were allowed inside, but we have been
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allowed to live tweet. again, damien trujillo will be inside, and we'll be following this on all of our digital platforms as well. well, a san francisco police officer is under investigation tonight following an undercover report by the nbc bay area investigative unit. the internal affairs division is now looking into whether the officer in question violated department policy in a verbal tirade that we caught on camera. >> senior investigative reporter vicky nguyen was first to expose the confrontation and joins us with details on that investigation. >> last month we took our undercover cameras to a san francisco street corner to show you a marketplace where stolen goods were sold right ow in the open. we didn't expect to record a plain-clothes san francisco police officer approaching a group of minorities and threatening to deport them. in san francisco the corner of seventh and market sat bustling hot spot for hot merchandise.
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>> crab meat. >> last month we set up watch. >> we're rolling. >> to document the exchange of stolen goods. >> 25 for all of it. >> everything from crab meat to raw steak. >> i just pulled it out ten minutes oak. >> make me an offer. >> but what surprised us most was an exchange between an sfpd officer and a group of asian and hispanic men. >> you know what, people like you come down here and buy this [ bleep ]. >> our cameras were rolling as he made deportation threats in one of the most ardent sanctuary cities in the world. >> wait until we get ins involved in here, too. it will be awesome. we'll ship everybody home. >> the officer in plain clothes arrived with two others and seemed unconcerned revealing his team in the area under surveillance. >> we're taking your picture, we're taking a lot of pictures. we've got guys coming for you. oh, no, no, no. we took your pick fewer. oh, yeah, yeah. >> i don't do nothing.
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why do you cake picture of me? >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. wait till we get ins involved in here, too, it will be awesome. >> san francisco police policy clearly state officers shall not enforce immigration laws or insist in the enforcement of immigration laws. the only exception is to back up federal agents in significant danger. >> this is a situation where the office did not know he was being filmed and obviously felt free to threaten people. >> the san francisco public defender has tried more than 150 jury cases since taking office in 2002. several involved sfpd and discrimination. >> could this just be a one-off statement, a frustrated officer lashing out? >> i understand that police officers can be frustrated. they are trying to do their jobs, but it's still no excuse. >> a police roster obtained by nbc bay area reveals badge 656 belongs to orbea joshian n. fry.
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sfpd declined to comment but confirmed that fry has been with the department for six years. we learn he's been on camera before, youtube video from 2011 shows fry in confrontation with a local rapper after the officer unplugged a boom box playing loud music. when commands to stop recording were refused he stepped forward and slapped the phone out of his hands and later he was convicted of an assault of an officer. a briefing was requested from sfpd and questioned the police chief william scott during a supervisor's meeting. >> i'm curious, you know what, follow-up has occurred after that incident. >> thanks dent is under investigation by internal affairs. we do not engage in the work of enforcement for immigration laws. it's very clear, as a matter of
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fact, and -- and if that's violated, then disciplinary matters have been and will be taken. >> for a department trying to rebuild public trust, this incident exposes how much work remains. >> this is something that should be investigated. hopefully there will be a strong edict from the chief and from are the sfpd saying this is not going to be tolerated. >> we reached out to officer fry but a he declined to comment for our report. the department, meanwhile, is not saying whether he's still on the job as this investigation unfolds, but sfpd says it's now updating its 22-year-old policy on officers' enforcement of immigration laws. it's also reminded all officers about its rules. with the investigative unit, ike vicky nguyen. back for you. >> thank you, vicky. if you have a tip for our investigative unit give us a call at 888-996-tips or send an e-mail to theunit more information about about
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the killing of that australian tourist in san francisco. you know the name of the suspect who has been arrested. san francisco police tell us 34-year-old david morillo who is not this person, this is the victim, but 34-year-old david morillo is the one, at least according to police, is responsible for the death. police say the suspect and the victim, 33-year-old matthew bates, the man that you saw, got into a fight outside of a hotel on vanness on friday. the victim later died at the hospital. no weapons were used, just fists. morillo will appear in court as early as today. six people are out of their homes after an early morning fire in hayward. the fire started around 2:00 this morning on alves street not far from jackson street and sycamore avenue. firefighters don't yet know how the fire started, but they say the flames quickly spread into the attic. the fire was knocked down very quick and everyone inside was able to get out safely. more than two years after
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allegations of sexual assault rocked the image of bill cosby, the comedic icon is on trial in pennsylvania today. >> this trial is over what happened in an encounter with one accuser more than 13 years ago. nbc's jay gray reports on cosby's first day on trial. >> reporter: he has performed before millions around the world, but as he entered the courthouse this morning accompanied by the actress who played his daughter on television, bill cosby faced his most important audience. a jury of 12 and six alternates in a sexual assault trial. andrea constand went to cosby's home to talk about her career, and he gave her wine and pills. >> the effect of which rendered her unable to move or respond to his advances, and he committed aggravated indecent assault upon her. >> reporter: more than 50 women have shared similar stories. >> i had an encounter with bill
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cosby. >> he went from helping me to groping me. >> bill cosby raped me. >> he made me a victim. >> reporter: cosby is not expected to testify but did speak to xm radio host michael smerconish who suggested raise could be part of the reasoning. >> i believe some of it may very well be that. >> reporter: when pushed on fact that he has dozens of accusers, both black and white, cosby pushed back. >> piling on, so to speak, is a way, certainly an oppressive way, to get public opinion to come to the other side. >> reporter: are you telling me that they are all lieing? >> you know better than that. >> reporter: cosby has denied the allegations. his legal team says they are looking forward to this trial. constand and another alleged victim will take the stand during this trial which is expected to last three to four weeks. jay gray, nbc news, norristown,
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pennsylvania. >> meanwhile the cost of housing a prisoner in california will be the heist in the country, enough to cover a year's tuition at harvard. with governor brown's new budget plan, taxpayers are expecting to play $75,500 for every prisoner by next year, up $10,000 from 2015 levels. new york comes in second with $69,000 a prisoner. why? salaries and benefits of prison guards are driving those costs up. talk about timing. governor brown's message today half a world away as president trump pulls the u.s. from the paris climate agreement. incoming students suddenly dropped from a prestigious ivy league school. the messages that forced harvard university to take action. we begin the week with warming temperatures in san jose. we'll talk about the chance of a late season rain coming up later this week in the forecast. [ birds chirping ]
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runs=:04 ==scott/contvo== a chaotic scene in portland.. the violence erupted yesterday .. when a pro- trp this is a chaotic scene in portland. violence erupting yesterday when a pro-trump rally met with at least four counterrallies. towards the end police say protesters from one of the anti-trump rallies threw bricks at officers. police fired back with tear gas pushing demonstrators from the area. 14 people were arrested. well, it is going to be a big week in washington. starting today laumt lawmakers are set to hear key testimony in the russia investigation.
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>> including a former fbi director james comey on thursday. as tracie potts reports, comey could testify about his conversations with donald trump. >> reporter: the fbi director president trump fired testifies thursday. james comey is expected to explain whether president trump pressured him to back off the russia investigation. the president says the former director confirmed three times that mr. trump was not a target. >> why would he tell the president that? what was the tone and the context of those discussions? >> the direct orf national intelligence dan coates and the head of the national security agency mike rogers faces similar questions wednesday. >> i want to ask those individuals directly did they have that kind of pressure? >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with nbc, russian president vladimir putin claimed russia doesn't stick its nose in other country's election but the u.s. does. >> put your finger anywhere on the map of the world and
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everywhere will you hear complaints that american officials are interfering in internal electoral processes. >> frankly he's lying. >> reporter: and there's fresh criticism from president trump about this. >> no reason to be alarmed. >> reporter: that's london's mayor addressing more police patrols after saturday's attack. president trump tweets at least seven dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and mayor of london says there's no reason to be alarmed, adding we must stop being politically correct. and then the president tweeted about the travel ban saying what happened in london is exactly why he wants that travel ban here. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. >> new this morning, governor jerry brown says that california will continue to work with china and abide by the paris climate accord. brown announced that at an environment summit in china today but the governor made that summit even before the president's decision to pull out of that deal. today brown said going green is
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common sense. >> how can that be when we're growing so much faster than those other states and that virtually no environmental regulation? so green is gold. green is the right path environmentally. it's the right path politically and the right path economically. >> brown said trump's withdrawal from the paris accord was, quote, insane. rates of messages sent in a facebook chat have led harvard university to drop several incoming students. at least ten students will not be part of harvard's class of 2021 as the result of that chat group. it apparently formed out of a larger class of 2021 harvard facebook page. the harvard crimson newspaper reported the students mocked sexual assault and the holocaust, among other topics. university officials dismissed the students after reviewing some of the images that they sent to each other. the home of the warriors.
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what a night last night. golden state delivering again in game two winning by 19 thrilling points. >> the warriors are up now 2-0, and for a while this game was actually close. the cavs hung n there, but only in the first half. but halftime they were just down by three, but then it all unraveled after the break. steph curry finished with-3-2 points and kevin durant 33. last night also marked the return of the head coach steve kerr after a second back surgery forced him to miss the last 11 games. of course, the crowd gave him a standing ovation. >> it felt great. got a really nice reception from our fans, and -- and our players, and -- and it was just, you know, great to be on the sidelines again. that's what -- that's what makes it so much fun. >> it's at the heart. you know he shouldn't be out there, but he doesn't want to let his guys down, and that's what it was all about, and those guys played for him tonight for sure. >> fans are glad to have him back, hopefully for the rest
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rast finals. fans loving durant, too. here's what he's focusing on against the cavs. >> i'm just trying to play hard, man. i keep saying it, playing hard every possession and not make mistakes or get discouraged because guys get shots over me or gave up and and one at the start of the game. just want to keep my head up and play hard for my teammates. >> the warriors have won a record 14 straight in the playoffs without a loss. oracle arena will host a viewing party on wednesday night. >> i stand up and roar and did you see that? what did i miss, what did i miss? one of my web editors walked right behind draymond green. >> working there. got floor seats. >> not allowed to sit down. >> exhausted. have the to walk the arena. >> i'd still be walking. >> lebron is playing his heart out but he can't throat ball to
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himself. >> no. >> yes, and wait a second, you're wearing cavs colors. >> these are not cavs colors, what are you talking about? >> all right. let's take a live look outside at ocean beach. beautiful weather. i know we're all just calming down from that great game that we watched yesterday. 63 degrees as we get a look now at ocean beach. healdsburg is at 73 degrees. looks beautiful out there as you get out and about and our temperatures are starting to warm up. here's a lock at the dry hills, a live view of sunol right now and a light wind, so this is what we're seeing for all of our south bay and east bay hills h.of course, we are going to see those temperatures ramping up, too. it's 70 degrees in livermore and san jose. look at morgan hill. 78 degrees now and palo alto at 64, so we're feeling some comfortable temperatures for the peninsula and along the coast. and we're going to see those high temperatures in parts of
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the south county in the upper 80s today, and milipitas is up to 82 degrees. for the east bay, behave 72 for oakland and walnut greek up to 87 degrees and 73 degrees today for the high in belmont and in had the marina we're looking at 63 degrees and 83 in novato and mill valley is going to see a high of 80 degrees. as we get a live look outside at palo alto right now. we see the sunshine and the cars are enjoying the windows down and the fresh breezes coming in, but as those temperatures start to warm up throughout the afternoon, well, it's going to stay comfortable in parts of the peninsula, but you may have to turn on the air conditioning for just a little while for the interior valleys, and one of the cool places to be, of course, santa cruz, and it will be only in the upper 60s today with mostly sunny skies and then in the upper 60s also later this evening. as we go through the week, our weather stays dry and then we're going to be watching a chance of some rain out ahead of a cold
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front moving in between thursday evening and friday. it will be so great to see some more rain moving in, especially when we normally see more parts of the north bay about a quarter of an inch of rain, and we just may get that for parts of northern sonoma county and this may also bring in light high elevation snow for the sierra. so looking at some of the early estimates for rainfall. it shows the santa rosa could have a little over a quarter of an inch of rain just north of there. the possibility of three-quarters of an inch of rain. much lighter amount as it continues to move across parts of the south bay, east bay and peninsula, and our temperatures will be taking a dip over the next several days in san francisco and also for the inland areas and into the low 70s by the weekend, and it's going to be very nice, mid-70s for saturday and sunday. scott and kris? >> all right. thank you, kari. >> google taking its mapping technology to a higher level. >> that is, into the atmosphere. the new way google will help
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its street view technology .. which was used to map out pollution instead of roads. t today google reveals results of its street technology that was used to map out pollution instead of roads. google is using modified street view cars with special sensors to track bad air quality at local levels. the system makes a block-by-block view of where people have the greatest risk of breathing bad air. well, the all clear, people in south san francisco being told it's safe once again to drink water from the tap. this is after someone tried to open a hatch on a water storage tank. over the weekend we learned preliminary tests found no danger. in addition to test being, the city also flushed the system just to be on the safe side. police are asking for information in tracking down the person who was involved. >> oakland food vendors can
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start applying to be part of the city's new vending program. city council expanded the area where food vendors can set up shop back in march. today the city begins accepting applications for this new vending program. the applications are due one month from now. >> well, a record broken at the san diego rock 'n' roll half marathon this weekend, not for speed but longevity. that little lady this there in the middle, 90-year-old harriette thompson crossing the finish line becoming the holdest woman ever to complete a half marathon. she finished in three hours and 42 minutes and here's what harriette says about her accomplishment. >> i guess it's unusual, but i don't really know why people -- i feel like just i did when i was 16, but i just can't move as fast. >> a few years ago harriette became the oldest woman to finish a full marathon. her biggest obstacle were potholes, too many of them, but people helped her avoid them.
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by the way, our own sam brock ran the full rock 'n' roll half marathon and finished the race but says he did not set any records, but i say fantastic. >> well, he went and ran. >> yeah. >> we'll be right back. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too?
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california had to use a helicopter to save a horse that here's something that you don't see every day. rescue workers in southern california had a helicopter to save a horse that fell down a cliff in calabasas. rescuers harnessed the horse and flew it to a clearing so they
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could have more space to help it and then a veterinarian kept it sedated while they put the harness on. we don't know how that horse fell off a cliff. >> he's clearly sedated. >> right. >> there's no way. >> kind of a weird dream. >> let's check in with kari. >> we're going to have great weather going hiking and don't fall off any cliffs. going to be beautiful out there. temperatures in the upper 60s in san francisco and cooling off as we go through the week and we'll be tracking that chance of showers by thursday into early friday morning. >> all right. thank you very much, kari. >> we did mention that there is a decision in the penalty phase of the antolin garcia-torres murder trial. we're going to bring that to you on air as soon as it's read. right now it's scheduled for 1:30. >> if you want be there at as well and we'll see you tomorrow. information all day - at nbc bay area, dot com.
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