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and i'm kenny choi. investigators will be in man county today looking for evidence in a kidnapping ca that stretches all the way to the centr as to. good morning. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. investigators will be in marin county looking for evidence in a kidnapping case that goes down to the central coast. anne makovec reports near the richmond/san rafael bridge where the search is focused this morning. >> reporter: that's because the suspect's car was captured on a license plate reader here near the bridge near the sir francis drake on-ramp. this is something that's expanded the search area which was already huge. the focus at this point on the search for pearl pinson. the 15-year-old girl was seen screaming for help yesterday morning on a pedestrian bridge in vallejo. officers say she was being
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kidnapped by an acquaintance fernando castro 19 years old. this car seen on surveillance video near the richmond/san rafael bridge yesterday. >> new information that the car was seen in marin county, we have sent additional resources to that area to start searching the area. and again, now with the suspect being in southern california, we have a significant amount of areas to cover. >> reporter: this is the rest of that search area from where things started. last seen 300 miles south in solvang in santa barbara county where officers shot and killed the suspect respect last night. castro is in the gold car in this picture leading officers on chase. they tracked him from san luis obispo. his vehicle was spotted because of a statewide amber alert. the two were acquaintances. her family says they didn't
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date in any way. they are very concerned about disturbing notes found in the suspect's room. anne makovec, kpix 5. novato plus are looking for a third high school student suspected in an attack that killed a classmate and seriously injured another. investigators in marin county collected evidence from this apartment when one of the teens was arrested yesterday. police arrested a second student for wednesday night's attack for fairway drive in novato. classmates are still trying to come to grips with what happened. >> mind-blowing. that's something that happens in this kind of neighborhood? you know, it's -- like marin county is the country club golf course nothing really happens around here like that. >> novato high school was closed yesterday and today. it reopens tuesday morning. anyone who rides bart trains to or through san leandro could be in for some delays. crews this weekend will try to
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finish work on the tracks. there will be bus bridges between san leandro and bay fair stations from midnight tonight to 4 a.m. tuesday. it will be on the elevated structures. the project should make the ride safer and quieter. >> and work will be okay, george, right? because everyone seems to be heading out of town. >> well, yeah. they did pick a good weekend to do that work. will they finish in time for the tuesday morning return to work commute? they have a good, pardon the pun, track record for that accomplishment though. a new accident benicia bridge 680 southbound before 780. not much keeping the chp busy this morning. with light enough traffic, look, here at the bay bridge, no backups, no delay, no metering lights. smooth conditions. the only incident to report in
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the commute is at lewelling, 880 southbound, a little slowing as you come down from marina boulevard toward the 238 interchange. but again, a better and lighter-than-normal commute here as it is through the south bay this morning. roberta, it's a big weekend coming up. what kind of weather do you have? >> one more time. i heard you correctly, did you say bart has a good track record? >> i did, in fact. >> we caught that! nice job. [ laughter ] >> time check 6:04. getting ready to step out the door or perhaps getting the kids ready for school this morning, we have lots of clear skies out there. official sunrise over the bay waters where skies have cleared out. 53 in san francisco. satellite and radar suggests that we have the clouds stacking up next to the coast, the san mateo bridge coast. clouds will retreat later today
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revealing ample sunshine and warmer conditions. 60s beaches, 80s around the peninsula, 84 in sunnyvale. low 80s in mountain view. mid-80s in san jose back in through the rose garden district there in willow glen. upper 70s in fremont. talking about 91 degrees in brentwood for the outside number. 770s and 80s north bay petaluma and 80, winds 10 to 20 in windsor at 80 degrees. with all the great barbecue memorial day brings some travel headaches that are never easy to endure and this year, long tsa lines will mean even more drama. kit get reports fromkiet do reports. >> reporter: this is the new terminal at mineta international airport. passengers are waiting to get through the line as you can see through the window. looks like it's moving okay. but it's going to get way
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busier later on today. so if you are heading to the airport this weekend, a. aa says give yourself as much time as possible because you could be looking at massive waits in the security lines. the u.s. travel industry is enjoying boom times with the number of flyers up 2.5% over last year. the number of screeners it down 20% since 2013 because they are low paid making about $35,000 a year. what's more many of them are hired part time. many people are missing breaks, forced to work overtime and vacation canceled. it's not unusual to hear about wait times at 2 hours at some airports in the country. the tsa is monitoring it. >> we have put a lot of resources into the top airports in fact country, the top 20 in particular and we are watching them carefully and in real time. if i watch right now what's happening as well as predictive
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over the next 24 hours. >> reporter: as for road travel, aaa estimates 4.6 million californians will be traveling 50 miles or more this weekend, by car. aa says if you are driving try to do so before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m. to beat the rush. by the way that 4.6 million number is the highest number since 2005. live here at the airport, kiet do, kpix 5. what is congress doing to help with the long tsa lines? >> yeah. congress has been hearing all these complaints. they have moved now $34 million to hire about another 800 workers to get through this holiday peak travel season but the union that heads up the tsa workers they say we need another 8,000 people really to fix this problem. >> kiet, thank you. today community members in san francisco will march to the bayview police station for a vigil honoring jessica williams. she is the woman who was shot and killed by a san francisco police sergeant in the neighborhood last thursday. those at the vigil are calling
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on the acting chief to place that sergeant on unpaid leave as the shooting is being investigated. williams was driving away from officers in a stolen car when she was shot. the incident led to the resignation of former police chief greg suhr that same day. acting chief toney chaplin says the department is going to speed up the rollout of bias training for officers. alameda county sheriff's deputies, two have pled not guilty to charges in the beating of a suspected car thief. luis santamaria and paul weiber were arraigned yesterday on assault with a deadly weapon and battery charges. the deputies had chased stanislas petrov from the east bay to an alley in the mission. the deputies were shown on camera repeatedly hitting petrov with their batons last november. petrov had head injuries and broken bones in both hands. a lawyer for one of the deputies says the video may be troubling but that doesn't necessarily make it a crime. >> my take on this video is it
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is [ indiscernible ] [ loud background noise ] >> use of force is disturbing. when it's captured, it's disturbing. that doesn't make it illegal. >> both deputies are currently out on bail. today san francisco school district officials are taking steps to support transgender students. they along with lgbt leaders will sign a pledge to create a more accepting environment for the students. it happened at 11:30 this morning at mission high school. the state senate has approved a bill that would ban california businesses from charging customers different prices based on gender. state senator ben authored the bill. he gave an example of razors for men for 7.99 and women bought the same thing for 12.9. 6:09. president obama on a historic trip to hiroshima, japan. we'll have more on today's address from the site where the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb in 1945. >> and a pair of lawsuits are
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filed against the bay area biotech company coming under heavy scrutiny from the federal government. >> and from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. it's going to be warmer today than yesterday but not quite as warm as it will be tomorrow. memorial day weekend forecast coming up. >> lighter than usual traffic around the bay area. but one incident that is now slowing the ride is still here on the connecting ramp from southbound 280 to southbound 238. a car fire has one lane blocked slowing the ride out of hayward. the "kpix 5 morning news" will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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♪ ♪ there's another recall of c air bags, made by takata. ts one involves 12 million time check 6:13. we made it, it's friday! this is the scene towards downtown san jose. we have a zeal this morning. areas of low clouds, no fog there. but it's going to take a while for the clouds to retreat. we'll have your full friday forecast and most importantly the memorial day outlook coming
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up in less than 4 minutes. there's another recall of car airbags made by takata involving 12 million vehicles from various automakers. the airbags are potentially dangerous because the inflaters can explode and send shrapnel flying with too much force. president obama has traveled to a city no other sitting u.s. president has visited. that's is hiroshima weijia jang has more. >> reporter: president obama's solemn visit to hiroshima comes 7 decades after the u.s. decimated the city with an atomic bomb. as expected, the president did not apologize for the action. instead, he stressed the need to rid the world of nuclear weapons. >> we may not be able to eliminate man's capacity to do evil. but among those nations like my own that hold nuclear stockpiles, we must have the courage to escape the logic of
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fear. >> he was joined by the japanese prime minister at peace memorial park to honor more than 100,000 people who died in the blast. an 88-year-old survived with radiation burns to his body. rather than dwell on the destruction, he focused on the path ahead. [ non-english language ] >> reporter: i didn't think the city could be rebuilt so quickly, he says, it's wonderful. the 30-acre park complete with its archway serves as a reminder of the toll of war. >> we as americans in particular have a responsibility to show the world that path forward. >> reporter: at this week's meeting in japan, president obama acknowledged looming concerns over north korea's nuclear ambitions. he says he is working with china and other world leaders to address the threat, a sign the international community is learning lessons from the past. weijia jang, cbs news, hiroshima, japan. >> president obama does not
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plan to visit nagasaki where the u.s. also bombed in 1945. more than 70,000 people were killed in that blast. two lawsuits have been filed against bay area blood testing company theranos. earlier this month, the company said it was throwing out two years of test results due to potential inaccuracies. now an arizona man is suing theranos for fraud. a second lawsuit says the company engaged in false advertising. that plaintiff claims theranos advertised their blood tests as minimally invasive. but the actual procedure was essentially the same as any standard test. today music fans are getting ready to rock out in wine country for day one of the bottlerock music festival. stevie wonder will play tonight. tomorrow's act florence and the machine and the red hot chili peppers will close out the three-day festival on sunday. three-day and single day
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tickets are sold out on bottlerock's website. >> it's going to be in the 80s. >> you will see a lot of. >> there will traffic on 29 as well for the weekend. 880 southbound just before 238, where for nearly an hour now the chp has been contending with a car fire. blocking the connector ramp from 280 southbound. here's a ride toward the benicia bridge where an accident was reported. no delay for the southbound ride towards the bridge.
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that's the good news. traffic exceptionally light this morning. so we don't see any metering lights lights. it's good a commute as you can get. all because of the holiday. here in the south bay, look at the ride on 87. the guadalupe parkway, as you head up toward 101, no delays there. and 101 itself heading all the way up toward highway 237, also a very good ride. here's the san mateo bridge commute. and you can see with light traffic, normally at this hour we would start to see a backup westbound but don't. that's why the drive time is coming in at under 15 minutes for your commute to foster city. the golden gate bridge celebrating a birthday and anniversary today. open 79 years ago for pedestrian traffic, cost 50 cents to drove across the bridge. which in those days was big money. i remember because i was there for that opening. so but it is celebrating its 79th birthday today. along with everyone else, we'll extend our birthday wishes.
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all right. big holiday weekend, roberta, what's the weather? >> we have stellar conditions through monday. and you're not that old, george! [ laughter ] >> stop it. [ laughter ] >> good morning. maybe you were around 79 years ago? all right. you're well preserved! we have lots of clear skies out there this morning. temperatures 5 degrees san francisco. 46 in santa rosa. winds have been increasing 12 miles per hour across the bay into our inland areas. san ramon with a 10-mile-per- hour wind throughout concord and clayton. 13 towards the delta and back in through fairfield this morning. so when you couple in the winds with the air temperatures of 50, you might want a jacket. but it's going to warm up today. cloud retreat today due to this right here.
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temperatures are going up compared to yesterday. through the weekend nothing but clear skies except by memorial day. partly cloudy and cool. dipping down to freezing. 89 degrees in sacramento. 5:51 at sun-up. temperatures in the 60s at the beaches. notice around the rim of the bay, 60s, 70s all the way up to 80 in redwood city. nearly 90 in san jose. 90 in fairfield. bottlerock 88 degrees this weekend. sunny warm, don't forget everything! and i'm dennis o'donnell at oracle where the warriors faced a do-or-die situation in game 5. would they win? would they lose? highlights and reaction straight ahead. ,,,,
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good morning, everybody, from oracle. only nine teams in the history of the nba have ever overcome a 3-1 game deficit in the play- offs. the warriors took a small step towards becoming the tenth team to accomplish that feat. steph curry's health was questioned after game 5. he looked pretty good last night. the warriors led by 8 at the half. but the thunder were like cockroaches, they just wouldn't die. russell westbrook deep for the lead. curry wasn't ready for the season to be open. they won 120-111. they force game 6 saturday in oklahoma city. >> i knew how we would play.
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um, you know, this is, um, a championship team. um, they've, um, they have been through a lot over the last couple of years, always responded well, um, from adversity, and, uhm, this was exactly what i expected. >> two other players to note. andrew bogut came up big with 15 points, 14 rebounds, and maurice spates scored 15 points. it was a total team effort. the warriors extend it to six games. at least. they will be in oklahoma city on saturday. i'll tell you real quickly before we get out, the sharks opponent we know it will be pittsburgh, game one, monday in pittsburgh. that's it from oracle. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. 6:25. an emergency hearing today over whether some voters were unfairly excluded from the california primary. >> and the search area for a missing 15-year-old girl has expanded. coming up how the kidnapper
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weather ad libs traffic ad libs good morning. it's friday, i'm kenny choi. a firefighter rushed to the hospital after a fire at a bay area home. >> if you're flying this holiday weekend, give yourself a few extra minutes. we'll explain why coming up. >> and did kiet say we have a holiday coming up? we have bottlerock concert. we have carnaval. we have a's baseball and the forecast. >> and we have "holiday light" traffic as well around the bay. take a look at the bay bridge. no backup. the metering lights are on. we have one incident on 880
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southbound coming out of union city this morning. a complete traffic check coming up. >> good morning. it's friday, may 27. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. a bay area teen is missing and her alleged kidnapper is dead after a shootout with police in santa barbara county. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in marin county where investigators will be searching for evidence in the teen's disappearance this morning. >> some new information has led them to expand the search area here to marin county. a license plate reader near sir francis drake and the richmond/san rafael bridge here behind me shows that the suspect's car was in the area at around 970 yesterday morning. the suspect is dead and the search is on the for the victim in this case, 15-year-old pearl pinson seen screaming for helping yesterday morning with a bloody face on a pedestrian
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bridge in vallejo. officers say she was being kidnapped by an acquaintance, fernando castro. her family is holding out hope this morning that she is still alive. >> it's really painful because you don't know what's going on. >> we're going to find. we're not going to stop finding you [ sic ] until you're safe at home. >> reporter: in addition to the search in marin county, this is the rest of the search area from where pearl was last seen in vallejo. 300 miles south to solvang in santa barbara county. that's where officers shot and killed the suspect and pictures showing the moments before castro died in that shootout. he is in the gold car leading officers on a chase. they tracked him to solvang from san luis obispo account where his vehicle was spotted because of a statewide amber alert. pearl was not with him when he was found down south. that's why the search area is so large this morning? >> they don't know at what point these two parted from
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when they were last seen together in vallejo. investigators also found some disturbing notes in his room, they say, that makes them fear even more for pearl's safety. live in marin county, anne makevoc, kpix 5. everybody loves memorial day barbecues but getting to that hot grill could be tough this year. long tsa lines are making plane travel grueling. kpix 5's kiet do is live at mineta international airport with word that parking our bags is just the first hassle that we'll face. kiet. >> reporter: good morning. we are live outside terminal b the newer and more busy terminal here at the airport. and we have seen a steady stream of people showing up unloading their bags to hurry up and wait inside the security line. looks like it's okay now. if you're traveling anytime this weekend or this summer in fact, keep this number in mind. the number of tsa agents has gone down by 10% in the last three years. but the number of travelers of flyers is up 15%. for this weekend that number will spike which means get to the airport as soon as you can. wait times are skyrocketing at
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many airports around the country because there aren't enough screeners to keep up with the flow of passengers. the agency has come under fire for hearing part-time workers. and so morale is low as employees leave for other full time positions with better benefits and working conditions. the workers left behind are missing their breaks, working mandatory overtime, vacation days canceled and they are among the lowest paid federal employees in the country making on average $35,000 a year. the u.s. travel association says it is becoming a national crisis! >> as our peak travel season started, we started experiencing a total breakdown, passenger wait times consistently 60 to 120 minutes. thousands of passengers have missed their flights. >> reporter: as for road travel, aaa estimates 4.6 million californians will be traveling 50 miles or more by car this weekend. that's up 2.5% over last year. back out here live at the
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airport, congress has moved $34 million to hire another 800 tsa workers nationwide. that's to address the mandatory overtime issues and get us through the summer travel crunch and then after that, try to figure out a long-term solution to the problem. live here at the airport, kiet do, kpix 5. >> as for drivers this weekend, what time does aaa say it's best to hit the roads? >> reporter: they say to beat the crunch, travel before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m. have a good weekend. some parts of the country severe weather come slow down holiday travel. tornadoes have ripped through some central states including texas leaving major destruction. the holiday weekend could bring more high winds, heavy rain and possible flooding to the nation's midsection. . [ inaudible ]
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>> in kentucky, high water left a group of college students trapped in a cave during a guided tour. time now 6:34. it's cloudy but it's getting better. >> a little thin overcast at the coast. we have a good west wind 10 to 20 miles per hour later today. that's really important because i know a lot of people will be doing some barbecuing over the weekend. air quality is supposed to be on the good side all the way through monday. hi, everybody! good morning. this is our little haze as we take a look out towards alcatraz and angel island. clearing out a lot earlier than in recent mornings. temperatures 46 degrees in santa rosa. it's 5 3 in san francisco. 54 across the bay in oakland also around the peninsula and redwood city. you can see that the stratus is still hanging tight to the coast, the san mateo bridge coast all the way into monterey bay this morning into right there point conception, santa barbara, as well. temperatures up due to the
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earlier burnoff. 60s at the beaches. 70 half moon bay. 60 daly city. 80s at the peninsula. santa clara valley 80s. walnut creek 88. brentwood 90. boy, warming up. 70 stinson beach. wind up to 20. novato topping off in the low to mid-80s as is cloverdale at 87 degrees. we have the holiday forecast coming up next time around. here's george with the traffic report. >> thank you. you know, if you are barbecuing this weekend, here's my tip. if you don't have time for the long smoke, par boil the ribs before you put them on the grill. this is the southbound ride out of san lorenzo. they are finally clearing the fire truck from the connecting ramp. this is out there for over an hour. thankfully, however, it's the only slow traffic around the bay area this morning. farther south on 880, lighter
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than usual traffic through the fremont-milpitas corridor. southbound drive times are in the teens instead of 30 to 40 minutes. just picking up a little slowing for 101 at the guadalupe parkway for the south bay but much better than usual conditions there as it is here at the bay bridge with no backup for your westbound ride. the metering lights are off. this morning, an alameda firefighter is recovering after getting hurt while battling a house fire. this is a look at the blaze. it took fire crews close to 30 minutes to put it out at the fountain street home. one woman who lives there escaped in the nick of time. investigators say that they had a hard time getting to the fire. >> there were access issues. there was a lot of heavy load in the house, fire load. and so the we had a hard time getting in. >> no word on the extent of the firefighter's injuries. the cause of the fire is under investigation. campaign 2016, democratic presidential front-runner hillary clinton is busy in the
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bay area. a short time from now, she will meet with community leaders in oakland at the home of chicken and waffles. yesterday, she attended two local campaign rallies. she told one crowd she is the only candidate who can unify the nation. before that, she addressed a crowd of supporters in downtown san jose. she wants to pass reforms on immigration and gun control. she needs less than 100 more delegates to get the democratic nomination. her campaign is releasing its first ad for california today. >> bernie sanders supporters are taking a stand in san francisco today. a group called the voting rights defense project plans to file an emergency request for a preliminary injunction in cancer. 's june 7 primary. this -- california's june 7 primary. they want to extend the voter registration deadline and separate ballots that have already been cast by unaffiliated voters. donald trump has now surpassed the number of
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delegates needed to clinch the republican nomination. he needed 1,237 delegates. he will campaign in california ahead of the june primaries. he is set to speak today in fresno and san diego. police in both cities are ready for trouble after recent protests got out of control outside trump events in new mexico and anaheim. time now 6:39. the cdc is reporting the first case of a so-called superbug in the u.s. why it's causing huge concern among the nation's health experts. >> and the 7th grader from the bay area put on quite a performance at the national spelling bee. we'll have more on this year's big competition.
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rise and shine! come on, we made it to your friday! [ applause ] >> here's what you can expect across the bay area.
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that's as good as it gets! nearly 70 at half moon bay. 80s around the peninsula. we're talking 85 degrees, 10 degrees above average in san jose. good morning, tri-valley. your high temperatures mid- to high 80s bested by brentwood at 90 degrees. stinson beach 70 but a bit windy with a west wind up to 20. good morning, sonoma! in the low 80s. saint helena at 86 degrees. full memorial day holiday forecast coming up in four minutes. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us now from new york city. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kenny and michelle. we are here on this friday. are you guys as happy as i am that it's friday? >> yes! >> look forward to it. >> reporter: i don't know about that, michelle. i'm pretty happy. we are in japan for president obama's historic visit to hiroshima. a new superbug indicates the end of the road isn't very far away for antibiotics. dr. david a gust joins us here at the table with how concerned we should be.
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and we're at airports across the country to see if the tsa can handle holiday crowds. jeh johnson is in studio 57, the homeland security secretary knows there's a problem and will talk about what they are doing about that. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. kenny and michelle, we'll be here at the table. charlie is off. anthony mason is in and norah is here. >> do you have any weekend plans? >> i'm trying to decide. do i want to go to the hamptons on do i want to go to monaco? >> wow. >> or do i just want to stay home? the house looks good, too. >> good choice. michelle is excited about the weekend. she has been talking about it all week. >> i'm going to san francisco or oakland. i'm not sure which one. >> join her in vegas! [ laughter ] >> or you could stay home. >> or stay home. that's right. >> all right. gayle, see you at 7:00. so palo alto-based tesla is gearing up for a big event as we head into memorial day weekend. >> joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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michelle and kenny. and tesla sending out invitations to its grand opening of its "giga factory" in nevada on july 29. not just any tesla owner will get one of those personal invites. the drivers had to have referred five model s buyers to tesla to get one of those invites. the public is not yet allowed inside the "giga factory." it's key for tesla. it expects to open it in 2017 and start producing batteries and batteries are the most expensive components in electric vehicles. and the it's expected to produce so many that it will lower the cost for tesla which will be key in the upcoming model three mass market oriented car. the commerce department looked at the u.s. economy in the 1st quarter and revised it slightly higher. that's good news but overall the growth is weak at just .8%. the gain mainly came on higher business inventories and more investment in housing. the housing market is doing very well in 2016.
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consumer spending is the same at 1.9%. but consumers are spending more of their money on housing, healthcare and on utilities. they spent less money on cars and other retail type items. the economy is looking to improve in the 2nd quarter. the stock market is doing well this week, off a flat session yesterday and flat this morning. fed chair janet yellen will be speaking at harvard about a rate hike in june. wall street is closed on monday for memorial day. back to you. >> thank you. today spacex is preparing for a launch and landing in cape canaveral in florida. this is take-off and landing from three weeks ago. the rocket is set to go into
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orbit at 2:40 this afternoon. it will carry telecommunications satellite into a geostationary transfer orbit. spacex engineers will also try to once again land the rocket's first stage on a barge in the atlantic. a bay area 12-year-old got to take a shot at the spelling bee on the biggest stage of all. he finished in 6th place. >> betony. [ spelled wrong ] >> it's betony. >> thank you. >> thank you, rutvik. >> rutvik gandhasri is a 7th grader at chaboya middle school in san jose. all day he has been spelling everything perfectly until betony through him off. in the end two young men finished in first. an 11-year-old and 13-year-old, nijar janga and jairam hathwar, they will both take home the top prize. both boys get a trophy and will each get $45,000 in cash and prizes. and by the way, 11-year-old
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nijar is the youngest winner ever. >> congratulations to all. time now, 6:47. let's get another check of traffic with george. >> i don't know but, but i always spell betony with two ts. i would have made the same mistake. >> what does that mean? >> no clue. >> some kind of plant. >> is it? okay. let's check traffic here from the "kcbs traffic center." the incident about which we have been speaking mostly is this vehicle fire which is finally now completely cleared from the connecting ramp southbound 880 to southbound 238. lighter than usual, still slowing. out of pittsburg, heading through the willow pass after concord, the only slowing on highway 4 is just down to 34 miles per hour. the marin commute is good a little sluggish on 580 into marin towards san rafael but otherwise, not a bad ride. and speaking of rides, how about this bay bridge ride?
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the metering lights have not been activated this morning. so normally, at 6:30, we would see a backup fill in here when the metering lights get started but that's not the case this morning. traffic is so light in anticipation of the holiday. they haven't had to put them on. and we would normally see slowing here on 92 in the san mateo bridge. not the case today. it's an easy trip time heading over towards foster city as well as marin county and across the golden gate bridge. happy birthday to the bridge! 79 years old. it was a beautiful day. [ laughter ] >> 79 years later. it's going to be a beautiful day on the golden gate bridge, as well. you're well preserved there, george. [ laughter ] good morning. let's head to san jose. we have thin overcast there but the sun is trying to go through
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the cloud deck. san jose to the north santa rosa at 48 degrees. then hey, let's stick with the north bay and check in with linda in napa. she says they have a blanket of gray, flat winds, sunshine over the cover. great observation. thank you so much. clouds down to point conception. it will burn off as high pressure nestles into the bay area. wind particle map indicates winds today with the pressure gradient. partly cloudy skies. overnight dipping down to 33. along the coast 65 degrees in monterey bay all the way into carmel. 88 in redding. and sticking with the coast, there you have one of my pick
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cities, capitola 74 today. grab the sunblock and have a great time at the coast. all right! today, beaches, 60s. pacifica 66. 71 san francisco. mid-80s around the peninsula. santa clara valley 88 degrees. 80s pretty much around the north bay. here's your extended forecast. 90 today brentwood and also discovery bay. low 90s outside number on saturday. pretty much warmer weather through the holiday. existing antibiotics has be discovered in the united s >> carnaval, michelle participated last year! enjoy you holiday. a pennsylvania woman is the first person to be infected
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with a strain of e. coli that is resistant to all antibiotics. the cdc is looking for other cases at the hospital she visited. one report says it will result in 50% of the deaths of those infected. we'll be right back.
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spokesbox: ♪ go paperless, don't stress, girl ♪ ♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ to hiroshima, japan today. r this morning, th five things to know at the :55. president obama is on a trip to hiroshima, japan today. earlier this morning, he gave an address and placed a wreath at the peace memorial honoring victims of the u.s. bombing in 1945. president obama is the first sitting u.s. president to ever visit hiroshima. search teams may have picked up on a signal from the egyptair plane that crashed in the mediterranean last week. it's allowed crews to narrow the search area to a three-mile radius. a french vessel arrived in the
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area today. it's got sophisticated equipment that will hopefully lead to the plane's crucial flight data recorders. the central u.s. is bracing for more rough weather today. powerful storms caused flooding and knocked over trees in several states yesterday. from texas all the way to nebraska. tornado in college station, texas. no injuries reported. democratic presidential front-runner hillary clinton will be in oakland in a few hours. she will meet with community leaders at the home of chicken and waffles. yesterday she rallied one in san francisco, and another in downtown san jose. police in novato are looking for a third suspect in an attack that killed a teenager and seriously hurt another. the deadly shooting happened wednesday evening near fairway drive. two teens were arrested during raids yesterday. all three suspects and both victims attended novato high school. i'm anne makovec live in marin county near the richmond/san rafael bridge. the search is resuming this
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morning for pearl pinson the 15- year-old girl who was seen screaming for help yesterday morning on a pedestrian bridge in vallejo. officers say she was being kidnapped by an acquaintance fernando castro whose car was then seen at around 9:30 here near sir francis drake boulevard in marin county. >> we currently have deputies in that area looking for clues, anything that would give us information as to where pearl is at this point. >> reporter: this is the rest of the search area from where pearl was last seen in vallejo 300 miles south to solvang in santa barbara county where officers shot and killed the suspect. pictures showing the moments before castro died in that shootout. he is in a gold car leading officers on a chase. they tracked him to solvang from san luis obispo county, where his vehicle was spotted because of a statewide amber alert. pearl was not with him at the time. live in marin county, anne
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makevoc, kpix 5. here's a quick traffic check from the "kcbs traffic center." a new accident in the midst of what is lighter than usual traffic all over the bay area. near sfo a motorcycle crash reported at the airport boulevard on-ramp to northbound 101. there is a little slowing past the scene. south bay freeways definitely lighter than usual. a little yellow showing on sensors for 101 but 8, 280 and 85 experiencing at the limit conditions. as is the ride to the bay bridge where out of the maze may see there are zero delays and an 11 minute trip time across the span and no problems once you hit the san francisco side. >> speaking of the airport, so far no reports of any local airport delays. good morning, everybody. blue skies, would you look at that? we cleared out a lot earlier this morning in san francisco. it's 53. hey, cool spot in santa rosa at 49 degrees. otherwise everybody is uniform in the 50s. later today with ample sunshine 60s beaches, 60s, 70s across
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the rim of the bay to the mid- 80s around the peninsula, san jose topping off nearly 90 degrees, 78 in fremont. 80s in the livermore area. 90 in fairfield. winds west 10 to 20 keeping our air quality good. over the weekend 80s, 90s memorial day mid-90s. nba play-offs the warriors will try to avoid elimination in game 6 at oklahoma city tomorrow. the team will host a watch party in oakland so fans can gather at oracle arena and see the game on the big screen. tickets go on sale to the general public at 1 p.m. tickets are $20 with a portion of the proceeds to be donated to charity. i love that they do this because you get the big feel of it. >> i'm still trying to get my hearing back from last night. >> it was so loud. >> it was the loudest ever. go, warriors! >> have a great weekend, everybody. >> bye! captions by: caption colorado
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