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this morning. >> 5:47 this morning. so we have some time to go but the ride is looking beautiful. >> golden gate bridge, empty. what's going on. >> nice and light so far. >> stay tuned. everything looks good until wham. everything changes in a heart beat. we have a storm on thursday. this morning, fog on the shoreline and a few clouds around the bay. it will become sunny later in the day. and heading out with numbering in the low 50s. a couple of a tenth of an inch of rain in santa rosa. and thursday an unusually potent storm for june. mostly sunny and warm and cooling tomorrow. and then clouds and showers develop on thursday. most of this will be a north bay event. and nevertheless, we'll all get a little bit wet and be cloudy and cooler by thursday.
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looks good at the airport with a high of 65 degrees. newyork has rain in the forecast. and chicago nice and sunny at 70. for the bay area, nice and sunny, 72 at fremont. oakland today, 68 degrees. in san francisco for your tuesday, we'll be up to 64. and san rafael, 76 degrees. in livermore, 80. in the extended forecast. we've got more sun on the way for the next couple of days with sunshine and temperatures in the low 80s today. cooling wednesday, and thursday it gets wet. and friday through the weekend is aok. good morning. and eyes on the road. right now we are tracking a few slowdowns out of tracy heading to livermore. pretty typical for this time of the morning. travel times remain in the green. and at the dublin, pleasanton interchange, a 25-minute ride. there's the diamonds and rubies for the tuesday morning commute. at the bay bridge toll plaza, a
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few cars lining up in the cash lanes, but other than that looking good. under a 15 minute ride from the maze to downtown san francisco. two people are now facing charges for the ghost ship fire in oakland. the news comes nearly six months after the fire happened. jessica flores is live in dublin where the master tenant arrived last night. >> that's right. the master tenant dirk almena. he's facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. one count for each life lost. almena was operator of the warehouse where three dozen people died during an un- permitted dance party. and authorities arrested max harris in los angeles county. he was the second in command.
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and the men knowingly created a fire trap by hoarding flammable materials and blocking exits. >> a reasonable person would have known that acting in that way would create such a risk. >> reporter: almena does have a defense attorney and that defense attorney put out a statement saying that his client is being scapegoated. both men could face up to 39 years in prison. almena has a $1.8 million bond. he is expected to be arraigned on thursday. reporting live. i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. people across the u.k. plan to hold a moment of silence today. the suspect was known to british intelligence for ties to extremists. the 30-year-old was also on the radar. and the third attacker has just
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been identified as yussef -- >> london's mayor had this to say about his faith and his disgust at the weekend's attack. >> as a proud and patriotic british muslim i say this. you do not commit these disgusting acts in my name. >> more than 130 emams and religious leaders will not offer prayers for suspects. anne makovec has details on the paris accord. >> the santa clara county board of supervisors is voting on a resolution to affirm the county's commitment to combating climate change and asks the other eight bay area counties to adopt similar
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resolutions. meanwhile, go governor brown has said that the decision will prove temporary because of the urgency of the issue. china, europe, and the u.s. state governors will now fill the gap left by the federal government's move. >> we're not on the right track yet. i want to state that clearly. the world is not doing enough. we're on the road to a very negative and disastrous future unless we increase the tempo of change. >> speaking on the sidelines of a clean energy conference in beijing, brown said science and international pressure will eventually bring the u.s. back into the fold. brown signed agreements with china's central government and two provinces to collaborate of countering climate change. >> china seems like an unlikely
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partner. >> plenty of pollution coming out of china and we've seen that historically, china is the world's leading polluter. and the largest global funder of new coal powered products. and they are also the leading investor of renewable energy. the white house says president trump will not use his executive privilege to block testimony from the former fbi director. james comey is expected to testify about trump's alleged request for him to drop the investigation into michael flynn. a top secret report from the national security agency that was leaked shows russian hackers targeted a u.s. voting supplier days before the election. president trump is back on twitter. he posted about the fake media and the use of twitter.
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>> he claims that the media is paying too much attention to his tweets. mark, does the white house have a point that the washington establishment is taking his social media habits a little too seriously? >> reporter: here's the problem. in the course of three hours yesterday morning, donald trump managed to pick a fight with the mayor of london who is dealing with the terrorist attack. blame democrats for not confirming an ambassador he hasn't even nominated. he called the court system slow and political. and he be littled the justice department. and he undercut his staff who for months have been insisting that the travel ban is not a travel ban by saying of course it's a travel ban. he can't have it both ways. and he talked about the fake mainstream media not liking the
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fact that he's an unfiltered voice to the people. he can't then claim that the words don't have meaning. he's the president, 24 hour a day job. not a reality tv show. these words have consequences. >> we see a lot of celebrities saying tweets are my own. how uncommon is it for elected officials to send out their own tweets. >> usually these are dry boring releases. >> take a look at dianne feinstein cease twitter account. she said ensuring our farmers have access to a stable work force, read more about our blue card bill. nothing wrong with that. but let me tell you. not a lot of people are reading the blue card blue. here's what trump put up. he said pathetic excuse by
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london mayor who had -- he goes on to talk about his problems with the mayor of london. the word pathetic by the way is not unusual for donald trump. there's a website which allows you to search all of donald trump's words. i put in the word pathetic. arnold schwarzenegger is pathetic. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, jeb bush, mitt romney, the list goes on and on. and i ran out of time because then i typed in the word loser to see who was a loser. 243 times he's used the word since he went on twitter. >> and tremendous is used quite a bit. >> is this the new norm for politicians in the 21st century. >> reporter: no question that social media is the norm. but here's the problem. washington policy is more complicated than 140
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characters. there's nuances involved. i do think the new norm is to be straight forward as possible. but not only is it more complicated but these words last. i found an oldy but goody. 21/2 years ago. giants in the world series and they pitched in game seven tim hudson. here's what -- i told you starting hudson was a mistake. he just got knocked out of the game. i love being right. hudson got knocked out of the game. but the giants won the world series, but the words don't go away. there's more to being president than just being right. >> we're keeping an eye on his twitter accounts. >> the winner in washington, d.c. this morning. still ahead the latest apple innovations were live outside the company's
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developers conference. a scare at a gas station. wait until you see what a man pulled out of a pump. >> can't wait. rain is coming in to the bay area after a nice day today. the forecast is coming up. and the golden gate bridge continues to show traffic looking pretty nice. and we are tracking slowdowns on interstate 80. are you heading in that direction? find out what's coming up.
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it is june 6th. nice beginning to the day. a few low clouds as we look to the bay bridge. warm today and wet thursday. and if you happen to see paul giamatti. star of the movie sideways, paul giamatti is 50 years old today. >> former president of yale is his father. apple's developers conference is kicking off with an extra special guest. >> sandra osborne is live where michelle obama will be speaking. >> reporter: what a way to kick
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off day two. the former first lady will be here but it's going to be for a closed session. she'll be speaking in front of a group of developers. they are not planning on streaming that speak. they are calling it a fireside chat. and we expect her to focus on empowerment and diversity. the massive crowds waiting to get in to the address. the executive team has been known to speak out politically and socially on topics like lgbt rights and diversity in the work force. cook referenced some of the oldest and youngest developers at the conference. amanda-- is creating an app to help with anxiety and she's 15 years old. >> i'm in love with technology. there's something about creating and building and just designing something that you know can help people and you love.
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>> how cool is that? the apple team announced the new version of the mobile operating system, ios 11. and a home speaker with siri capabilities and it can sense the room. we may see a little bit of traffic heading into downtown san jose. this story might make you look twice the next time your pill up at the pump. [screaming] >> oh, my dear god! >> oh, no. >> wow. a man pulled a three footlong snake from a gas pump. the video was captured in georgia. no big deal because he and snakes get along just fine. >> that's when you just walk
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away and tell the attendant, there's a snake in the pump. >> at least it wasn't a rattlesnake. >> well, did he know that. >> i would be running. a check on the roads. >> oh, man. i do not like snakes. we are tracking a few slowdowns for drivers headed on eastbound 80 approaching 780. looks like caltrans has overnight roadwork that's not quite wrapped up yet. and still causing a few delays and a little bit of a backup. if you're heading westbound 80 you're looking good on the east shore freeway heading to the bay bridge toll plaza. no problems to report. and no delays. no backups in the fast track lanes. still under a 15 minute commute heading to downtown san francisco. 101 looking good.
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this is just north of sfo. if you're heading to the airport, no delays on 101. the san mateo bridge is pretty busy this morning. and looking much better compared to yesterday. in the green, the taillights making their way in the westbound direction. we're tracking a travel time around 15 minutes. let's check on the forecast. >> it's starting off with fog on the shoreline and slick streets heading south to san francisco. fog and the low clouds giveaway to this. the impending sunshine anyway. mount vaca, highest point in solano county. concord is 57. and oakland is 57. and in livermore, temperatures in the low 50s. by this afternoon. we climb into the mid-80s inland. it will become sunny at the shoreline and not warm. temperatures there in the 60s.
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it's going to get wet. looking at the rain moving in to the bay area that mostly affects the north bay. 2/10 of an inch of rain around santa rosa. and south of the golden gate, we see the computer models are not painting much by the time friday at noon rolls around. a few hundredths of an inch at san jose and mr. pleasanton and concord. we're expecting things to be nice. mostly sunny and warm and cools off tomorrow. and clouds and showers will develop on thursday in june, yikes. if you're heading out of the bay area on 99 in sacramento. fresno as 95. and all the way down to a frigid 88. laketahoe, 76 degrees. and 69 for yosemite. and the bay area is not looking bad. temperatures dead on cue where we should be. 64 in san francisco.
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and 68 in oakland today. south bay very pleasant weather. los gatos. on the 680 corridor. the numbers in the mid-70s. and in the north bay, the numbers will be pretty much in the mid-70s after we dispense with a few low clouds. nice today and tomorrow. rain on thursday. what will they think of next. friday, saturday and sunday we'll clear it and bring temperatures back to the mid- 70s. for latest on the news, here's kenny. a little girl's trip across the country is going viral. she's going to as many states as possible to hug police officers. >> what's your name? >> rosalynn. >> i'm betsy. >> she's from louisiana and spending her summer going to different police stations. her goal is to spread love one
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hug at a time. >> hearing the nice things, the appreciation that we get out in public, it's awesome. but to have someone come from another state to give us a hug is amazing. >> so far, she's made it to a dozen different states. follow her journey on her facebook page. and the family has a go fund me page to help with the travels. james corden is headed home to london. they hopped on a flight to film special episodes. >> business class, first class, no class. >> he did some standup for the fellow passengers. the shows will air tomorrow through friday. he'll be talking with nicole kidman, tom cruise, and russell
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brand. and a brand new carpool karaoke. ♪ [ music ] >> ed sharon will be in the passenger seat. kevin durant fans, there's a secret hip hop track recorded by kd himself. he joined forces with lebron james six years ago. they had time to kill between workouts and durant produced the track that's never seen the light of day. when the espn reporter asked about the rap they confirmed it and laughed it off without giving details. we'll have to try to find it. coming up, the ace third baseman has a career night at the coliseum. and the italian sausages won. but the top dog on the mound was somebody else.
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good morning, everyone. in the last seven starts, jeff samardzija has 59 strikeouts and one walk. he's on pace to strike out 258
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batters. the-- gave up two runs in the first and retired 19 straight batters, struck out 10. looking for the second win of the season. and bases loaded for aaron hill. he gets the biggest clutch hit in an orange and black uniform. and the giants win it 7-2. all smiles after allowing two runs in six inning. and ryan haley, deep center and gone. a three run job. half deep again. career high five runs batted in and the a's beat toronto. and elvis dumervil, 26 sacks, the 49ers clearly want to see if he's got anything left in
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the tank. the warriors are in cleveland and that's where i'll be tonight for a five, six, 10, and 11:00 newscast. see you then.
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apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo.
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. leaders across the country are vowing to fight climate change despite president trump's exit from the paris climate agreement. the bay area is getting involved. apple is trying to make the roads safer for all drivers. >> we've got rain on the way for the bay area and we'll have the details in the forecast. and so far, a quiet ride with speeds in the green. and we are starting to see slowdowns. is this part of your commute? find out coming up.
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it's tuesday, june 6th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. >> anne makovec is here with details on why supervisors are -- >> santa clara county is trying to make sure that we don't take it for granted. the board of supervisors is vote on the ground an resolution to confirm the commitment to fighting climate change. the proposal is in response to president trump's decision to remove the united states from the paris climate agreement. and governor jerry brown is in china this week. and he says that the president's move will prove temporary because of the urgency of the issue. and china, europe, and state governors will for now fill the gap left by the federal government's move. >> and we face not just a technical barrier, we face
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political barriers. there are some in powerful places who are resisting reality. who are resisting the obvious science that we know governs our lives. >> reporter: speaking in beijing. he said science, facts, and international pressure will eventually bring the united states back into these worldwide efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. and he signed agreements with china's central government and two provinces to collaborate on countering climate change. >> there's an effort to fill the gaps that the u.s. may be leaving. >> you're seeing a lot of entities trying to step up to the plate. a growing group of businesses, states, and cities calling a movement. we are in -- 1000 entities have signed on. and they call themselves the
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broad section of the american economy. afghanistan's president says this suicide truck bombing in kabul is the deadliest single attack in 16 years since the u.s. invaded to crush the taliban. 300 were wounded last week. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. let's check in with brian hackney once again. >> we have the rain in the offing. >> haven't changed your mind yet? >> no. no. does look like it's going to get wet on thursday. as we look live here with a load of fog for much of the bay area. and along the shoreline, it's rather dense and the streets are slick. inland, we have fairly clear skies, and from high atop the transamerica pyramid we're
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looking at the numbers. 57 at concord. and san francisco, 52. and san jose, 55 degrees. here's how it looks from high atop the coast. an unusual potent low means the north bay will be wet. south of the golden gate, not so much. and clouds and showers around. and mostly sunny and warm today. we'll dispense with the low clouds. and a typical status quo kind of a day. and cool off a bit tomorrow for the wednesday. on thursday we expect things to get wet. forecast highs today will range from 64 in san francisco. and 58 at pacifica. 76 in san jose. and 79 for concord. and in the extended forecast we'll be looking for a nice pleasant day today. a little bit cooler on wednesday before the clouds thicken and the rain falls on thursday. friday and saturday are looking good. the weekend should be beautiful. the numbers in the mid-70s inland before beginning to get
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a warm spell next week. between now and then expect the rain to fall. good morning. and with the rain falling on thursday, expect some wet roads and slick conditions. just keep that in mind and give yourself a few extra minutes for the morning drive. if you're making your way out of antioch, a few of the brake lights. westbound highway 4. still in the green and 30 minutes as you connect with i-80. and a crash on interstate 80 in the westbound direction. two cars blocking one of the lanes and traffic is backing up beyond highway 4. cruising around 30 miles per hour. on the east shore freeway from the carquinez bridge to the maze, it's a 20-minute ride. look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are on and traffic is starting to stack up through the maze. that's a check of the traffic. and back over to you, michelle
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griego. new developments in the against ship warehouse fire investigation. jessica florence is live with the details. >> reporter: these two arrests come six months after the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. the master tenant is facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. one count for each life lost. almena was arrested in lake county and he was the operator of the warehouse. and that's where the three dozen people died when the fire ripped through the un-permitted dance party. authorities arrested a second man, max harris. he was arrested in los angeles county. and he was the second in command at the ghost ship warehouse. the district attorney says they
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lied to police and fire. prosecutors say the men knowingly created a fire trap by hoarding flammable materials and blocking exits. >> the paying guests were faced with a nearly impossible labyrinth of the defendants' making to get out of that building. almena and harris' actions created the high risk of death. >> reporter: almena's defense attorney says he intends to vigorously defend his client. and the district attorney is attempting to scapegoat almena. if convicted, both men could face about 39 years in prison. almena has a little over a $1 million bond and he is expected to be arraigned on thursday. i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. the man convicted of killing sierra lamar will not get the death penalty.
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the jury recommended a life sentence for garcia torres. her body was never found. dna was found on his clothes and in his car. >> i would be lying if i didn't say i was disappointed in the verdict. he'll be able to live, sierra won't. he'll be able to breathe, sierra doesn't. he'll be able to eat every day. see his family. >> i feel at peace that he will not be on the streets and harm another child. but the angst will be in our lives forever. nothing will ever take that away. >> reporter: garcia torres is set to be sentenced in september and his attorneys will be back in court next month to talk about a retrial. police are searching for driver who dropped off a 5-year- old girl near the san francisco zoo and left her there.
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around 8:30 the girl was abandoned. an ambulance happened to be driving by at the time. the crew picked the child up. a woman and a man were in the front seat and a baby may have been in the backseat. apple garnered a lot of attention making announcements. >> the tech giant has a special guest for day two of the conference. >> sandra osborne is live with the details. >> the second day of the conference and we are expecting none other than former first lady michelle obama to be here today. she'll be speaking inside; however, it's a closed session. so developers only will see the speech. and they are expecting to hear about empowerment and diversity. the tech industry has been criticized in the past for having more men than women. but they are starting to see
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the numbers change as more women have started coding and becoming developers. tim cook gave a shoutout to an 82-year-old woman from japan now a developer and the oldest developer to attend the conference. >> just to be a part of making others happy makes her happy. >> tim cook stopped by our interview to say hello. and you heard the big announcements that came out of the keynotes. we heard about the new version of the ios 11 and also the home pod a speaker for the home with siri capabilities. reporting live in san jose, sandra osborne, kpix 5. still ahead, an unlikely piano player. [ laughter ] >> we'll tell you what else the
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bear did when it strolled through a condo. and a live look at 880 in oakland. and traffic is moving along. we'll get a full traffic report with jaclyn when we come back.
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you're not taking that. you're not taking that. mom, i'm taking the subaru. don't be late. even when we're not there to keep them safe, our subaru outback will be. (vo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> that's great. here's something you don't see every day. a bear giving a piano a try. he broke into a home in vail, colorado. >> the first part of the video you can see the bear's claw and snout. and this is cool. you can tell he's in the house. and all of a sudden he jumps over the railing and you can see the whole bear and he
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jumped up on the piano. it was pretty shocking. >> it is pretty shocking. the owner is just happy that the bear didn't make a big mess. >> i think the piano needs to be tuned. >> it's the bear's fault. >> great balls of fire or something. >> how did the bear get in the house? >> many questions. we'll get on that. >> we'll research. right now no bears on the freeway. and the roads are pretty quiet. we are starting to see a few delays. we have a new accident in the south bay on 87 heading northbound. right there. looks like it's heading southbound. we're seeing the delays. so we'll check in with chp. slowdowns northbound 101 from 680 to 880. pretty typical.
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if you are heading along the peninsula, 101 looking pretty good. here's the san mateo bridge still under a 20-minute ride hayward to foster city. it was a tough day for everybody who was on the san mateo bridge or the bay bridge. there's nothing nasty here. speeds in the green why 238 out to the maze. metering lights are on at the toll plaza. and the backup extends to the foot of the maze. and we're in the yellow. just under 25 minutes heading to downtown san francisco. 680 starting to see a few more brake lights. twelve minutes from 580 to highway 84. we are just a minute away from sunrise today at 5:47 a.m.
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a beautiful tuesday morning. and the sun sets tonight at 8:28 p.m. let's test the sunrise theory. there it is from high atop mount vaca. and a beautiful start with clear skies inland. and we have fog and low clouds to begin this tuesday. and livermore at 51 as we head out to face whatever challenges the today will bring. 47degrees at santa rosa. ours is forecasting the high. and they'll be in the low to mid-80s inland. and the warmest spots around the bay will be about 70 degrees. we dispense with the fog and the clouds. and the low pressure is winding up. and it's going to deliver us some rain. by thursday in the north bay. santa rosa could pick up a few 10ths of an inch. and future cast will set it all out for us.
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as we look into the meteorological crystal ball of the future. a stream of moisture heads mostly north of the golden gate bridge. not a huge amount. not like what we saw over the winter by any means. but could we please get a break? and we will. ukiah could pick up 2/3 of an inch of rain. and 7/100ths in san francisco. by the way, this is all thursday, friday. today is going to be nice. mostly sunny and warm today. it will cool off tomorrow. and then clouds and showers develop by thursday. and if you're heading out of san francisco today, looking good. mostly sunny later. and the high will be 65. and rain for new york as seattle has sunshine. the fungus will be drying. chicago, 70 degrees.
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and los angeles, 76. it's like the snow melting in denver. concord, 79. oakland, 68 degrees. in the south bay, the numbers are in the mid-70s today. campbell, 78 degrees. morgan hill, 81. san jose, 76. and 75 at redwood city. in the east bay, the numbers will be in the low to mid-80s. 680 corridor in the mid-70s. 78 for petaluma. once the dairy capital of the world. 76 at san rafael. and ukiah, near 90. 86 at clovered dale. and 84 for wednesday sore. the-- wednesday we cool it down. and thursday, the numbers come down and the rain comes down as well. and the good news is by the weekend, the atmosphere will be cleansed. visibilities will be great. and the temperatures will be in the mid-70s. and that's our weather watch.
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as for the money watch -- >> i'll take it. pretty soon you could be able to stay at a trump hotel for a fraction of the cost. >> and a concept from apple could help drivers stay safe. >> reporter: america's business leaders have a message for the international community. we're still in when it comes to the paris climate accord. many universities and local governments created the we are still in campaign to reiterate their change to fighting climate change. the trump organization is launching a hotel change called american idea. the inspiration for the budget friendly chain came from traveling through america. it will feature american culture products and u.s. made products in the rooms. the first three products will
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be developed in mississippi. drexler will -- and apple's newest operating system will come with a do not disturb while driving mode. the phone turns off all notifications. that's your cbs money watch report. follow me on twitter @jill wagner cbs. i'm jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. several teenage girls are putting on lab coats with a mission in life. >> they are looking to shatter the ceiling of women in science. they're part of next gene girls, experience and hands on internship. some of the participants told us what it feels like to defy
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stereos. >> you don't see science ever. >> do you think girls make better scientists than boys? >> i think everybody is a good scientist. time now 5:51. there's a new trend in wine country. we'll show you the technique that has vineyards ditching the oak barrels. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, who are these people?
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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? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california
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and do your thing. kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. there's a new milestone for google. the company's new parent company hit a new high on wall street. shares crossing the $1000 mark. if you're getting ready to plan the 4th of july travel. listen up. airline fares can fluctuate as much as $200 depending on the day. the cheapest days to travel over the holiday weekend will be sunday, july 2nd and wednesday, july 5th. and the most expensive days are friday, june 30th. and friday july 7th. a new trend is changing the
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wine making game. >> and it has to do with the wine fermentation. >> a lot of vineyards are putting them in concrete eggs instead of oak barrels. >> allowing -- how the aromas mask what makes the wine unique. >> the eggs are imported from france and cost about $20,000 each. >> we've learned the identity of the third man involved in the attack on the lord -- london bridge as the u.k. pauses to remember the victims. >> reporter: and the bay area is attempting to do its part to take on the charge against climate change. we'll hear from the governor next. ,,,,,,,,,,
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news.
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>> authorities have released the identity of a third man involved in last week's deadly terror attack in london. and from the bay area all the way to asia. california leaders fight back against president trump's decision to abandon the paris climate agreement. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. supervisors are making clear that they are in the fight against climate change. >> reporter: this is more than just a statement. this is a commitment. the santa clara county board of supervisors voting today. and asking the other bay area counties to adopt similar resolutions. the proposal is a response to president donald trump's decision to remove the united states from the paris climate agreement. meanwhile, governor jerry brown has said that the decision will prove temporary because of the urgency of the issue.
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he said this morning that china, europe, and u.s. state governors will for now fill the gap left by the federal government's move. >> to make the shift from the carbon age to the decarbonized world requires everyone. certainly, china is playing a leading role. california is also playing an important role and so are europeans and many people in the world. nobody can stay on the sidelines. >> that's our governor brown speaking at a clean energy conference in beijing. science, facts, and international pressure will eventually bring the u.s. into the fold. china is perhaps an unlikely partner for governor brown as the world's leading greenhouse gas polluter. and the largest funder of new

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