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the cavs... but could it mean a victory here at home? good evening, >> finding the silver lining the warriors got crushed by the cavs, but could it mean a victory here at home? good evening, i'm juliette goodrich. >> i'm brian hackney. win some, lose some and last night the warriors lost one but the team is looking to dominate in game 5. jackie ward is live outside the alameda theater where a watch party is already being planned for monday. >> reporter: that's right. of course, the fans are disappointed, but we're down, not out. while the fans say we lost the chance of going undefeated in the playoffs, they think we still have a really good chance of winning the championship. >> james, drives, and he throws it down. >> how are we feeling after
last night? >> not very good. i wanted it to be over with and this be the celebrating day. so not good at all. >> reporter: it's a tough day for fans. 24 hours after the game and they're still trying to figure out what went wrong. >> we were behind and never caught up. i don't know what happened. what did happen? >> reporter: despite giving up almost 50 points in the first quarter and being down 18 at the half, warriors fans we spoke to today say they remained calm and optimistic up until there were only 3 or 4 minutes left in the game. >> we had an opportunity. you know, warriors are a team that you can be 25 points down and they're still in the game. even in the fourth quarter, there was always the possibility that they could win. >> reporter: the silver lining of this situation is the fact that the warriors now have a chance to win this all in front of the home crowd. >> i'm so glad they're coming back here. and monday, and i'm sure we're going to win. i think it will be much sweeter if they win at home. >> reporter: tickets for game five went on sale today. at 10:00 a.m.
for season ticket holder and 5:00 p.m. for the general public. fans are confident that the team will get what they need to get done on monday. >> warriors in five for sure. >> reporter: so maybe you didn't get tickets to game 5 on monday night. there are still plenty of ticket available for a lot of watch parties across the bay area including here at the alameda theater. new at 5:00, a cemetery in oakland that doubles as a public park is trying to address concerns that park visitors are getting out of hand and even trampling graves. mountain dew cemetery covers more than 200 acres in the oakland hills with more than 160,000 graves. today we spotted people picnicking right next to the gravesites and dogs running off leash. there have also been complaints about people playing sports right on top of the plots. the cemetery's general manager says the nonprofit welcomes all visitors, but there are limits and cemetery workers have now set up signs that lay out the
rules. also an alarm company that patrols there is being instructed to escort violators away. today, two suspects are recovering after a police shooting in brentwood. it happened about 10:00 last night. detectives wrapped crime tape around the residential neighborhood near birchwood road and chestnut street where the suspect's car crashed after one was shot at by officers. they think the other suspect was injured in the crash. there's no word yet on what led up to the shooting. a couple of san francisco police officers are still recovering from a crash that left them trapped inside an overturned patrol car. sfpd says their car flipped when it hit a boulder on the great highway last night near golden gate park. an emergency crew helped pull the officers from the car and they were rushed to the hospital. their injuries are not life- threatening. it's not clear if the patrol car was speeding before the crash. >> when they were attempting to negotiate passing another vehicle, their vehicle left the roadway, collided with a
boulder in the center medium, and then overturned. >> police are interviewing witnesses and asking if anyone has surveillance video of the crash. well, five people are without a home tonight after a care facility went up in flames in unincorporated hayward. that happened about 1:00 this afternoon in the 200 block of sunset boulevard. heavy smoke was visible from blocks away. firefighters kept the flames from jumping to other homes in the area. >> we had black pressurized smoke coming out of the building and heavy fire from the front of the house. so we made an aggressive fire attack inside the structure and we knocked down the fire in about five minutes. >> nobody was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation. mountain dew police are investigating a power outage that may have been caused by a drone. this is what's left of the small aircraft after it hit a high voltage wire near city hall thursday night. about 1,600 people lost power. it's illegal to fly a drone
near power lines. police are trying to track down the pilot. the d.a. who has admitted that he misused campaign money was detained by state agents as part of a criminal investigation. mark peterson was elected district attorney in 2010, re- elect in 2014, and now the attorney general is investigating peterson's financial activities. agents for the attorney general served a search warrant on thursday. they didn't arrest him, but they did seize his iphone and search his office in martinez. the potential charges include embezzlement and perjury. peterson used $66,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses. the admission came after an investigation by the fair political practices commission. and peterson's also the target in a separate civil case. the judge might appoint a special prosecutor next week. there's some new video showing the moment when police came across a woman chained inside a metal container in south carolina. >> this is our victim.
these are paramedics. we're going to get you out of there. hang loose. i need a handcuff key. >> nicole brown was trapped about two months before officers found her last november. a man named todd has confess today capturing and raping her and killing seven people including brown's boyfriend. some of the bodies were found on the same property. he has been sentenced to life in prison and prosecutors just released this video and other evidence yesterday. while it's against strict islamic law in more than two dozen cities today, but counter protesters say fears about sharia law amount to a distortion of islam. here in the bay area san jose saw demonstrators on both sides of the issue. the wide gap between opposing views. >> reporter: the protesters say they organized the demonstration in response to what they consider an existential threat to american democracy. >> i'm concerned there are places in the united states that there's a push to have
sharia law implemented. >> reporter: sharia is a set of religious laws, part of the tradition of islam. but organizers have a counter demonstration held across the street say the protesters fears are unfounded and their beliefs bigoted. >> the idea there are muslims trying to impose sharia law in america is absurd. if anything were in danger of fascism being imposed in america. >> reporter: the police tried to keep each group separate. the physical distance only hinted at a wide ideological divide. >> there are no moderate muslims. they are here to kill, steal and destroy america. >> reporter: but the counter protesters say the opponents of sharia law are concerned about religious intolerance, they need to look no further than the mirror. >> we all need to unite to get something done in our country. our health care system needs improvement, our education needs improvement. we spend all our time hating
each other creating divisions. >> reporter: kpix 5. the pentagon confirming three u.s. soldiers have been killed in an attack in afghanistan. an afghan soldier opened fire after an operation. one other u.s. soldier was also wounded. the attacker was killed. the taliban claimed responsibility for the incident. president trump plans to push forward new policies next week about job training and relations with cuba. he still faces tough questions about campaign contacts with russia. the president is agreeing to answer them personally. >> reporter: president trump landed in new jersey friday evening for a weekend at his golf club after insisting in a white house press conference that former fbi director james comey senate testimony was wrong. comey had claimed that the president encouraged him to drop the investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. >> i didn't say that. >> so he lied about that? >> well, i didn't say that. >> reporter: the president also said he did not ask comey for
loyalty. >> would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version? >> 100%. >> reporter: but the president didn't give a clear answer to whether tapes of those conversations exist. >> well, i'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future. you're going to be very disappointed whether you hear the answer, don't worry. >> reporter: nut investigations into the -- multiple investigations into the trump's campaign continue. jarod kucher is scheduled to answer questions. >> we want to get back to running our great country, jobs, trade deficits, we want them to disappear fast. >> reporter: the president will try to seize the agenda with a tuesday visit to a wisconsin technical college. it's part of work force development week, and as early as friday, he's expected to travel to miami and announce a new cuba policy. tightening trade and travel
restrictions that were loosened by president obama. coming up, the original batman dies. after a break, we look back at the life and legacy of adam west. plus, from living on the streets to walking across the state to accept her diploma. the east bay women saying no dream is too big. a beautiful day in the bay area today. there is a chance that yet again we could get a little bit wet in the coming week. we'll tell you when and about a big warmup. we'll be back after a break.
"batman" to life on t-v.... has died at ♪batman >> the abc network on wednesday and thursday nights, that was the show, man. adam west best known for bringing the comic book character batman to life has died at the age of 88. his family ways he was battling leukemia. we take a look back at the actor's most popular roles. >> reporter: adam west made
being a super hero look easy. >> yes, commissioner? >> i have bad news for you batman. >> reporter: his portrayal as batman in the classic tv series was legendary. west in his trusted sidekick robin herself the boy wonder, protected gotham city from a revolving cast of villains including penguin and the joker. >> and batman is in it. >> reporter: the show was a hit in the ratings and nominated for an emmy for outstanding comedy series in its first year, but the show was canceled after only three seasons. >> we did it on several levels, for the adults and children. so that as you got older, you loved it. >> reporter: west had been typecast from the tv series and struggled to find work. he wrote a book titled back to the bat cave. he opened up about it during a visit to the cbs morning show. >> there are some love affairs and things that happened. >> you talk a lot about the
guest stars who competed to get on the show. >> yes, yes. >> 250 major stars. >> years later west breathes new life into his career. >> the rest of my life, bright pieces. my name isn't adam wii. >> reporter: west received a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2012. adam west was 88. cbs news. >> what a voice he had, too. west also had roles in a lot of other tv shows like bonanza and perry mason and bewitched. today a formerly homeless woman achieved something she once believed was out of reach. she graduated from college. brenda brown proudly walked across the graduation stage at cal state each day to receive her diploma but the journey to the high point in life included many struggles. when the 55-year-old lost her job she decided to enroll in school. at one point she was living in her car near campus but friends jumped in to help allowing brenda to stay with them.
>> it wasn't easy, but it was worth it. >> i still got lots to do, so, you know, then i'm planning on being in graduate school. i figure i waited this long. i might as well get that extra piece of paper. >> brenda spent today celebrating with friends and family. she says her dream job would be to work as a sports broadcaster or become a media representative for the 49ers. a wildlife showdown in the driveway in southern california and it was all caught on camera. in the video, you see mama bear and her cubs searching a trash bin for a late night snack. but a hungry coyote was not far behind them. the mother bear chased it away, then focused on whatever smelled so good inside the trash can. she soon knocked it over and then she and her cubs started feasting. well, that's when the coyote returned, determined to get some food for himself. >> i'm very concerned about the cub, actually, and the bear itself getting injured either
by the coyotes or other animals in the area. so i'm hoping the fish and wildlife can come out and maybe capture them and get them tagged and maybe relocated to a safer area. >> wildlife officials believe the bear family is the same duo spotted in the neighborhood last week. one skinny little wily coyote. >> it was and a big mama bear. >> yeah, i wouldn't want to get too close especially with a new cub nearby. as we look here, a few clouds. a little disturbance going through the bay area tomorrow afternoon. it could trigger a few showers, higher elevations. first over that beautiful background, concord right now 71 degrees. mild day around the bay area for mid-june. oakland 68. santa rosa 70 degrees. here's what's happening. low pressure sinking over the west coast and that low is bringing cold air with it, relatively cold. it's just we're not going to be as warm as we usually are this time of the year. when the low gets closer a
sprinkle or two may be triggered. here's tomorrow morning at 10:00. you can see we're far from severely clear. clouds building up over the area. showers popping up, could happen tomorrow afternoon, tomorrow evening. but it won't last long, whatever it is. it won't be widespread. i wouldn't look for us all to get wet by any means. buildups over the hills, maybe a drop or two. monday, we'll begin to clear it out. after that, a massive dome of high pressure brings us our first fairly significant spell of heat into the bay area where members will exceed 90 degrees a few days in a row. later in the week first we'll dispense with the cool air, unusually cool coming into the bay area tomorrow. that's the way it works. if you have an unusually deep trough, it's like a deep wave in the ocean, followed by a big crest. deep trough, big high. we'll chill out and then warm up by mid-week. tomorrow in san francisco, sun and clouds and 60 degrees. hot air balloon classic in
windsor. partly cloudy and 70 degrees. then livermore rodeo tomorrow, 68 degrees. heading out of the bay area a few showers out in the mountains where they have winter weather advisories because of the low on the way. partly cloudy in fresno, 72. san francisco at the airport tomorrow shall breezy and cool. weather wouldn't slow you down much. hot in chicago, 93 degrees. 95 in new york. forecast highs for tomorrow with maybe a little rain animation up there in the northeast bay. potential for a few showers tomorrow. and high of 67 in santa rosa. 67 in san jose and 61 in san francisco. 63 in livermore. extended forecast, coolest day of the week is tomorrow. then monday warms up. tuesday near 80. then look at friday and saturday. members will be in the 90s inland by then. in the meantime though, tomorrow looks unusually cool. but not very cool. to be very cool, you've got to be this guy.
night, punched golden state right in the mouth to win nba files up top. i've been hearing chatter all night and today after cleveland last night punched golden state right in the mouth to win game four. dennis o'donnell checked in today just before his flight home. >> hello. fans woke up to this in cleveland. the plain dealer, here we go again referring to the cavs come back last year from a 3-1 deficit. game 4 certainly added a lot of fire into the series. lebron and k.d. face-to-face, technicals flying all over the floor. patuilla throwing a punch into the groin and a fan getting ejected from the bench. >> you describe the emotions of
the game. >> it was everywhere, you know. that was the thing, trying to relate to the rest, it was like try to get the game under control, because there was a lot going on shall you know? and taking away from the game of basketball. >> in the end it wasn't about the officials. cleveland won because they scored 86 points in one-half and finished with 23 3 pointers, both nba final records. >> historically against this team, when we don't answer the punch in the first six minutes, we put ourselves behind the 8 ball and no matter how well, we play after that, it takes a miraculous rise to try to get back in the game. >> we knew what we were faced with. that was what it was. then you add, of course, you know, some chatter in there. and that adds some extra motivation. we were ready to come out, especially me, because that wouldn't have been the same if we had lost tonight and they would have celebrated on our home floor. >> they will review his low blow but because he has no
fouls during the playoffs a suspension would be unlikely. all right, speaking of fouls, strange one last night. this is the third quarter. draymond green called for a technical foul. everyone watching thought this was the second of the game, which is an automatic ejection. actually this. the gesture here, steve curry in protest earlier in the game on a foul was indicated by michael la than as green's first technical foul -- by mike callahan as the first technical foul. but the first should have been awarded to kerr. that's why green stayed in the game. are you confused? yes, so am i. you're not alone. here's green's response. >> at least it was, let me get my money's worth if i'm going to get some techs. i don't pay much attention to anybody in cleveland honestly. they don't seem to be the
sharpest people around, so. >> yeah, whatever. baseball tough here but the giants are 16 games out of first in the west. front running twins not feeling sorry for them. we are just off of mccubby cove. picking up first, it got out in a hurry. the 7th career splash hit, 11th of the year gave the giants a 1- 0 lead. in the fourth, kenny vargas line went into center. jeff gave up that one. it tied the game up at one. next inning it's bryan dozer and that one not coming back either. a two-run shot. neither the giants nor the fans, minnesota went to win final of 3-2. the giants a season low, 14 games below .500. what's up with the a's? give that boy a contract.
bottom six, sonny greg cooking until beckham hit a gaper. a two-out rbi gaper off sonny gray gave them a lead. a double scored. they went to extras. but in that tenth, longoria ended it with a walkoff double. ball game they won it 6-5. that's game one of two. second one going on right now as we speak. i love this. boom. >> what? >> right off the port-a-potty. man, that's a blow. and what a blow on the outside did catching favorite irish war cry to win the belmont stakes. folks, they've been doing this since 1867. and the winner today, tapwrit, as the triple crown races come to a conclusion. >> wait a second. never go for the favorite, that's what i say.
captioning sponsored by cbs >> dahler: an insider attack on american troops. at least two u.s. soldiers are killed when an afghan army soldier turns his gun on them. also tonight, she was sexually ansaulted by director roman iclanski when she was 13. now the victim wants the judge 't drop the case. >> it just wasn't as traumatic for me as everybody would like to believe it was. >> dahler: six years after she was nearly killed in a mass hoooting, gabrielle giffords is honored with a u.s. warship bearing her name. >> i will never forget this day. >> dahler: and we remember classic tv "batman," adam west. >> square the button, robin. this is the "cbs weekend news."