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flames near 8-80. good afternoon, fire by the freeway, get ready for some big backups in the east bay as firefighters fight flames near 880. good afternoon everyone, i'm frank mallicoat.
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>> good afternoon everyone, i'm maria medina. a brush fire is burning on the side of highway 880 in hayward. the charred brush backed top a sound wall protecting a neighborhood on the other side. flakes broke out an awe hog for -- flames broke out an hour ago. for a while you can see the flames climbing up to the top of the trees. only two lanes are open on the southbound side of the freeway. it's causing a major traffic backup. you can see cars bumper to bumper for miles as they funnel down to two lanes and taking a live look from chopper 5, for the most part firefighters have knocked down the flames and spraying down the charred brush. and earlier this morning, a homeless encampment went up in flames in san jose next to a busy highway. the plume of black smoke could be seen for miles. that started near 101 near mckey road. it broke out around 7:00 this morning, the homeless camp was near the sound wall but the flames didn't reach the freeway. one lane of the highway was locked for a short time. an earthquake shook the bay
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area this morning. it happened at 2:30 a.m. and centered in fremont. it registered on the seismograph here at kpix 5 and people reported feeling it well beyond fremont. kpix 5's kiet do with just how far reaching this earthquake was. >> reporter: we are here at the epicenter of the earthquake in fremont. turns out it was in some rolling foothills just off of the road in the niles canyon area. mardy's home happens to be the closest to the epicenter which is located five miles below ground. the only thing that was damaged? was his sleep. >> it was kind of violent shake. not miochol a roller but just a -- much of a roller but just a good shake. >> reporter: 5,000 "peopled" reporting -- people reported feeling it from as far away as san jose and watsonville. the usgs recorded well over a dozen aftershocks. >> and i just felt like -- my body was shaking like this. >> reporter: nearly everyone we spoke with in fremont who felt it -- >> just jolted me straight out
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of head. >> reporter: described it as a sharp blow. >> feels like shaking. >> reporter: like somebody kicked their bed. >> people reporting it nearby to where it happened. it feels shorter. >> reporter: there's a decent chance of the next big one happening on the hayward fault. >> the fault has -- 31% chance of having a 9.6 sometime in the next 30 years, that's really kind of close to where this fremont earthquake was. this morning. >> reporter: and the hayward fault was quiet relatively. the last major incident happened back in 1868. that's when 30 people died. in fremont, kiet do, kpix 5. >> there have been no reports of any damage or injuries and tweets were flying after the quake this morning. #earthquake was trending throughout the morning. stephanie writes -- ray figueroa tweeted -- the father of a san francisco woman shot on pier 14 told congress today her death
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was a national tragedy. police say her killer was anen documented immigrant. cbs reporter way somewherewith more on the testimony during a senate hearing on america's immigration policies. >> reporter: jim steinle was walking arm in arm with his daughter on july 1st when she was brutally murdered. tuesday, he described her last moments to lawmakers. >> suddenly a shot rang out. kate fell and looked at ply and said help me dad. -- me and said help me dad. it was the last words i'll ever hear from my daughter. >> reporter: the suspect francisco lopez sanchez is an illegal immigrant who had been deported multiple times with a lengthy criminal record. >> a simple notification could have prevented kate steinle's death. >> reporter: they are going after the so-called sanctuary cities with legislation that would withhold federal funding if the cities don't comply with immigration laws. >> we're a nation based upon
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the rule of law and if that rule of law isn't respected, only chaos will succeed. >> reporter: the house plans a vote on its bill later this week. wee somewhere julian assange, cbs news, capitol hill. >> san francisco is one of nearly 300 cities that have adopted sanctuary policies. and one protester interrupted the senate committee meeting before it even started. he yelled out and was escorted away by place. governor brown is at the vatican today talking about climate change and human trafficking. he blasted deniers as quote progress low diets who are in the way of progress. the today brown underscored the importance of confronting the problem head-on. >> we have to respond and if we don't, the world will suffer. we will all suffer. in fact many people, millions
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are suffering already. now, to change the world from a possible fuel based culture is not easy. but there are plenty of examples where it's happening. >> before leaving on his trip brown told the "mercury news" he's impressed with the pope and the direction of the catholic church. ed lee and san jose mayor liccardo are also there. they're two of the five u.s. mayors that the vatican invited to speak at the symposium. today another republican put his name into the large crowd of people vying for the white house. >> i am here to ask you for your prayers, for your support, for your efforts, because i have decided to run for president of the united states. [ cheering and applause ] >> ohio state governor john kasich announced his bid this morning at ohio state university. he says he has the experience that sets him aside from the rest of the pack including experience with the federal budget and national security and running a state.
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a controversial republican candidate is still stirring the pot this time in the carolinas, cbs reporter brian webb with the latest on donald trump's campaign. >> reporter: trump didn't tone down the rhetoric in south carolina at his campaign rally attacking john mccain again. >> this is why i'm angry at john mccain for two reasons. number one, john mccain got to remember this, he's totally about open borders. >> reporter: he even gave out senator lindsey graham's number at the south carolina said -- after the south carolina senator said this about the billionaire. >> run for president but don't be the world's biggest jack ass. >> reporter: he calls me a jack ass. >> reporter: the outspoken presidential candidate avoided repeating the comments he made about mccain's war record which angered veterans. >> he's a war hero because he's captured. i like people that weren't captured okay? >> reporter: an editorial in the des moines register calls trump unfit to hold office. the top newspaper in the key state of iowa says -- trump is
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the distraction with traction. a feckless blow hard who can generate headlines not by provoking thought, but by provoking outrage. despite the calls for the businessman to get out of the race, early polls show him leading among the republican nominees. >> we're tired or being pushed around and kicked around and acting and being led by stupid people. they're stupid people. >> reporter: even though he refuses to play nice with the gop, trump says he won't run as a third party candidate. brian webb for cbs news. >> wisconsin is now the seventh state to arm national guard members in the wake of the shoot information tennessee. the governor -- shootings in tennessee. the glove nor cited safety as the top priority. the shootings happened at two different military facilities. killed four marines and a sailor. and in washington the american flags on capitol hill are flying half staff today to honor the tennessee victims. the flags will remain lowered until sunset on saturday. the shooter muhammad youssef
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abdulazeez died in a shootout with police that day. and source close to the investigation says data found on abdulazeez's smart phone indicates on the day before the shooting he did an internet search on martyr tom. president obama is in pittsburgh today to speak at the veterans of foreign wars national convention. while there he paid tribute to the tennessee victims. >> as a grateful nation we mast stand up for them and honor them now and forever. god bless these american see's. >> the u.s. will keep doing everything in its power to protect american military members. trying to determine what led to a police chat shooting last night in fremont. police got a call from another woman just before 7:00 saying they were being chased by their roommate who had a knife. the women ran out of the house and the male roommate stayed on the porch. police confronted the man who refused to put down that knife. his condition is not known
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after two officers opened fire. part of the california bridge may be reopened just a few weeks. the eastbound span of interstate 10 bridge collapsed and although the westbound span still stands, it's not passable because it's eroded. right now crews are working to reopen the westbound span in a few weeks for both directions of traffic. a major b.a.r.t. shutdown is just weeks away and caltrans says it has a lifeline for commuters. several local transit agencies are partnering to provide extra buses and ferries. the transday two between oakland and san francisco will be closed for repairs on the train tracks. the closures are the first weekend of august and labor day weekend. caltrans says 100,000 people will have to use buses to get across the bridge. >> we assemble the bill clinton transit -- public transit dream teem of bus open traitors con sit -- open praetors consisting of -- operators consisting of those. 94 buses in all. >> caltrans also says it will have extra personnel on hand to
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help people navigate the transportation alternatives. all right, still to come, superstar katy perry made a multimillion dollar deal to buy her next home. coming up, why a group of nuns want to stop the purchase. >> and starbucks and pizza about to get a little competition. dunkin' donuts is heading west. >> from the kpix weather center, good afternoon everyone. what a difference a day makes. not as muggy today as yesterday. we've got your full forecast as the news continues right here on kpix 5.
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well, sadly a not so hot day on the dow. it is down in a big big way down over 200 points at this hour. apple reports its earnings for the past quarter after closing bell today.
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investors expect sales of its iphone 6 and 6 plus to remain strong especially over in china. but apple won't be releasing specific sales numbers for its new watch and analysts speculated it's a disappointing start. apple was down a point at last check by the way. spacex ceo elon musk believes he knows why a company's rocket exploded shortly after launching toward the international space station. signs point to a faulty strut. as the culprit in last month's explosion of the unmanned spacecraft. musk says it appears the two foot metal bar couldn't hold on to a helium tank causing that tank to crash around the compartment and leak gas. pop sensation katy perry is in the middle of a religious controversy. >> over the sale of a hill top convent of all things, the l. a. archdiocese claims it made a deal with the pop sipper but the sisters who live there say it's not theirs to sell. and they've already sold it to somebody else. a judge is asking both parties
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to resolve that dispute. home run legend barry bonds is in the clear. he was charged with obstruction of justice back in 2011 for giving vague answers about alleged steroid injections. well in april the verdict was of turned and today the feds dropped the charges saying it wouldn't challenge the lower court's ruling. it's been 46 years since neil armstrong first stepped foot on the moon. >> his historic suit is in need of a tuneup. now the smithsonian is called on the public to help preserve it. with the kick starter campaign to reboot the suit. they want to raise a half million dollars. the goal is to have it ready for the lunar landing's 50th anniversary in 2019. >> i think they're pushing about $200,000 already. hey the marine layer is back. here's roberta with the forecast. >> good afternoon everyone. what a difference a day makes. not as muggy as yesterday. and devaluate not as definitely not as -- definitely not as hot either. in fact we can all say thank you for the return of the marine layer. slow to burn off at the coast today, otherwise, it is cooler
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due to a west wind at 15 miles per hour. not as muggy and we have seasonal temperatures returning right here to the bay area. our satellite and radar, clearly illustrates the very deep marine layer that's stacked up next to the coast. we still have some of that subtropical moisture. the remains the remnants of hurricane dolores in the central portion of the state of california and trying to traverse out to the high sierra. that's going to allow high pressure to build in nicely for us today but also enhancing the marine layer. partial coastal clearing today. inland highs they are coming down as well. out of the triple digits in sacramento. and in stockton and in davis. we still have that threat of thunderstorms late day in the high sierra. we have a sunset slated at 8:28. by tomorrow morning, temperatures easily 60s beaches and 70s around the peninsula and few low 80s and santa clara county topping off at 86 degrees. otherwise east of the bay temperatures tumbling out of the 90s into the 80s and north bay numbers from 63 in stinson
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beach to 80 degrees in petaluma. low 8 #s in santa rosa and upstream we go. 92 in lake port and in clear lake. the extended forecast does call for a couple of degrees cooldown on wednesday and additional cooling on thursday and then it's summertime back here in the bay area for friday through monday. 60s beaches and partial clearing to the mid and high 80s in our inland areas. a's are back home playing host to josh donaldson. yeah. and the toronto blue jays. game time temperature is 66 degrees. turning overcast during the game. go a's and have a great day. coming up. talk about a sweet deal. how a tasty recipe could win you a bay area home. >> and we want to invite all you pet lovers out there send us your questions about their health and well-being. e-mail pets @kpix.com or put a question on the facebook page and dr. jill chase will answer
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all right, it is a perfect treat for your outdoor barbecue. >> we are talking honey due melons in non. here's stephanie tantillo with everything you need to -- tony
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tantillo with everything you need to know. >> this time of year they're not imported they're grown locally. the honey dews right now are fabulous loaded with flavor, the prices are great. but let's go to the store here honey dew can be tricky. when you buy them make sure it's got a dark creamy color all the way around. not green but almost creamy color. heavy for their size means they have a small cavity in there. on the top like this when you rub your hands, and they feel sticky, that's when they're ripe. when they're home simply store them on the counter. now, honey dew unlike cantaloupes once they get picked their sugar content continues, you want to store these on the counter and they'll just get sweeter and sweeter and sweeter. but don't hold them for too long. when they feel nice and sticky, open them up and cut them open and enjoy them and i'm tony tantillo your fresh grocer and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. a california woman is hosting a dessert contest and the grand prize her home.
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>> almost too good to be true. the contra costa times reports erin plans to give away her century old home to the winner of her dessert contest. the newly restored home is valued at nearly $400,000. it's more than 2,000 square feet with four bedrooms and two baths and you have until september 7th to submit $100 entry fee. >> and that's not the only sweet deal here in california. dunkin' donuts just announced they are coming to the bay area. nine restaurants in open in san francisco and throughout the bay in the year 2017. at some point the company plans to open more than 1,000 throughout california. >> how excited are you about that? >> i love dun kin. it's almost like a scene out of goaldy locks and the three bears but this time a bear went into someone's garage in florida and ate a 20-pound bag of dog food before falling asleep on the lawn. one man started snapping pictures of the animal but just couldn't keep camera still because he started laughing. there he is sleeping.
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no word on when the bear finally woke up and left the area. >> maybe a good week. well, today if you didn't know is national junk food day and instead of celebrating with traditional junk food staples. take a look. you might want to try some new snacks including trader joe's bacon-esque popcorn and goldfish grahams and heinz sriracha ketchup and gluten- free buffalo wing sticks. all that food has to go somewhere though. for dads a new study says fatherhood often comes with a little bit of weight three to five -- gain of three too five pounds. a 6'0" maul who doesn't have -- tall man who doesn't have kids may actually lose weight. but it wasn't designed to say that fatherhood causes caught gain. >> your -- weight gain. >> you're the same weight since college. britain's prince george turns 2 tomorrow. >> all smiles in the new photo. the picture was snapped after
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coming up tonight at 5:00, fast food goes vegetarian. the huge crowds for a first of its kind restaurant in the bay area that story and more at 5:00.
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as long as they have french fries. >> yeah they got to have the fries. that's vegetarian. potatoes. i'm heading for a whopper or something like that. all right folks enjoy your tuesday, we're going to leave you with a shot of kind of a foggy lonelier in san francisco. -- marine layer in san francisco. >> very foggy yeah, no ac tonight. >> no way. en joy folks we'll see you tomorrow morning. >> thanks for joining us.
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[ insects chirping ] >> nicole: the man knows how to choose a ring. [ laughter ] >> maya: he certainly does. >> nicole: and how to propose. that was unreal. cameras flashing, reporters on the edge of their seats like... goose bumps still. [ laughter ] >> brooke: you never shy away from a moment. >> julius: risky to do it in public. i mean, what if the answer was no? >> vivienne: oh, stop. >> rick: well, i felt confident enough. >> nicole: dad, how did you propose? >> julius: i asked your grandfather, of course. >> vivienne: uh, don't make it sound so o

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