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how fafrom its sourcelpine spring to the bottle?travel ♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. a deadly discovery outside a san francisco business. good afternoon. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi this afternoon. breaking news. police investigating a death in the san francisco mission paris district a man was found outside a dentist office at
santa rosa and alameda boulevard. when they arrived, he was already word -- he was already dead. no word on how he died. the second defendant on the ghost ship fire appeared in court. matt harris was arraigned and faces 36 counts of manslaughter for his role in the deadly fire last december. they said harris plan the illegal party at the warehouse and his case was continued until later this week. the master tenant at the warehouse, derick almena, is expected back in court thursday and we are getting our first look. the stabbing of a middle school student. police arrested a 44-year-old -- of 44-year-old near the library in millbury. a 13-year-old boy was stabbed multiple times with a pocket knife on monday afternoon, and unprovoked attack. the suspect was described as
homeless and attacked the boy at random. the boy was helped by friends and library staff and is now recovering. new developments in the bill cosby trial. after calling a single witness, the defense rested. attorneys for the entertainer questioned him for six minutes. cosby announced he would not take the stand and during deliberations, they could begin today. a pair of setbacks for the president this noon. a pair of federal -- a federal appeals court has blocked the travel ban. they found it discriminates based on nationality and attorneys general from maryland and d.c. said they will sue president trump allegedly violated the constitution by retaining business ties that create a conflict of interest. this news as the first family settles into the white house together for the first time. the president of first lady melania trump and their son arrived last night. barron trump finished his school year at a manhattan private school and the presidents attorney general will face senator is investigating russian meddling in the 2016 election. reporter seth lennon on how the testimony from james comey changed the court.
>> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions will appear before lawmakers investigating russian meddling in the 2016 election and answered questions in a public hearing. >> what role did he play, if any, in the comey firing. at that point, he was supposed to be recused from the investigation and have nothing to do with it. >> reporter: sessions was scheduled to testify about the budget tomorrow before a different committee but after realizing most of the questions would be about the fired fbi director and russia, sessions said instead he will testify before the state intelligence committee. >> we want his side of it and the facts out there. >> reporter: sessions recused himself back in march after admitting he had not disclosed two meetings with the russian ambassador in 2016. james comey suggested there might be more to it than that during his testimony last week.
>> we were aware of facts i can't discuss in an open setting, that would make his continued engagement in a russian related investigation problematic. >> reporter: president donald trump disputes much of comey's testimony and said he is willing to give his own version of events under oath. sash lemon -- seth lemon, cbs news. a live look outside the pulse nightclub in orlando. today marks one year since the deadliest mass shooting in history. kenneth craig on the tributes for today. >> reporter: two children were brought for the remembrance ceremony at the pulse nightclub. their mother wants them to understand that orlando is in this together. >> will come together and celebrate the lives and communities that will shout out to everybody around us that we need to love. >> reporter: today marks one year since omar mateen pledged allegiance to the islamic state and killed 49 people at the gay nightclub.
this morning, the ceremony included speakers and prayers. >> may our hearts remain open. >> reporter: and a reading of the names. >> reporter: orlando transformed this into something beautiful, a place for tributes and messages of love. marcel was struck by the sense of optimism. >> the rainbow tarp on the fence, and a lot of love messages, a lot of hugs, not hate. >> reporter: the city commissioner said one of the tragedies is the loss of the safe haven for the city's vibrant lgbt community. >> this is the kind of club in place i wanted to see in my district, where you didn't have to be segregated by being gay or hispanic or african- american. everyone could be friends. >> reporter: today, at least, they come together as friends and are mourning the past and looking ahead to the future. [ singing ] kenneth craig, cbs
news in orlando. >> there are events in the bay area, too. people in the castro will gather to remember the victims at 18th and castro at 6:30 and in san mateo at sky lawn park, a reading of the names of those who died at 6:00. sky drone5 over highway 17 where winter storms took out chunks of the road. drivers can expect delays through the santa cruz mountains. sandra osborne is along highway 17 where the crews are beginning repairs. >> reporter: it's been four months since torrential rain brought mudslides cousin heavy damage on highway 17. caltrans is working to repair the highway. for some drivers, traffic delays could be unavailable -- unavoidable. >> this is absolutely the worst year. >> reporter: remember this scene from january, heavy winter rain wreaking havoc,
causing a mudslide to smash atv news van. the hillside is dried up and you can see it in the sky drone5 video but the roads need work. >> there are potholes everywhere. the alignment on my car can tell you that. >> reporter: emergency paving started this morning on the southbound stretch from summit road to vine hill road. monday through thursday, the number two lane will be shut down from 7:30 in the morning until 2:00 in the afternoon. >> we all travel that hill and we needed and it has to be done. >> a short stretch will be worked on each time and the crews will shut down the southbound number two lane on friday and there are signs alongside the highway warning drivers before they actually get to the construction zone. one lane for the delays. caltrans could be having delays
as much as 30 minutes. sandra osborne, kpix5. just about game time and the pressure is on for the warriors. kpix5 has a report that they are ready to fight for the championship title. >> reporter: i'm jessica flores inside oracle arena. preparations are under way for game five of the nba final. crews are working on the court and nobody is disputing that everything is gold. all gold everything and if you want a courtside seat, it will cost you. somebody spent $90,000 for a pair of courtside seats and another spent $80,000. another option, the city of oakland auctions off luxury mezzanine seats with the proceeds benefiting underserved entrepreneurs. everyone is sure to be on the edge of their seats. going into game five, we are hoping for a different result than last year. >> we understand we are a long
way from getting the job done. we have a chance to write our own story this year and this will be a fun night. >> we are in a much better position. we are healthy and we have kevin durant. >> even throughout the game, you don't want to go down, you want to have spikes up and stay even. >> reporter: tipoff is at 6:00 p.m. and this is the third straight finals matchup between the warriors and the cavs and if they win at home tonight, they will celebrate the championship in central court. jessica flores, kpix5. >> if the warriors to win tonight that will be the first day area team to win a championship at the home venue since the 1974 games. thieves stole money from a dog rescue organization. how the owner said the donations are in the wrong hands. cracking down on porch pirates.
what they're using to catch criminals when they your packages. good afternoon. take a look at these unseasonably cool weather conditions. it looks like a lovely autumn day. it feels like autumn, doesn't it? we tell you when it will heat up, as it was continues. we will be right back. who are these people?
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dan fan got on his kayak on thursday morning but hasn't been seen, since. el dorado deputies, the coast guard and others looked for him. they suspended the search because of weather conditions. is the brother of an alameda county sheriff's office employee. police are looking for a robber who took off with hundreds of dollars in donations meant to help save homeless dogs. a man grabbed pali boucher's neck as three others took her cell phone, laptop and cash for rocket dog rescue, the shelter she found it. it happened in vernal heights as she came home from a fundraiser. pali boucher said the neighborhood is changing. >> there are people moving in with money and resources into an area that might not be the best area. >> she will work hard to replace the donation money lost. since 2001, they have saved 8000 dogs from being put down. the so-called porch pirates, people who steal packages and doorsteps, some are turning to technology. as reported, there are privacy
concerns. >> reporter: in houston and los angeles, these alleged porch pirates are quick and brazen. in campbell california, homeowner terry bolan had a security camera caught a man approaching the porch before making off with the deliveries. >> this is what i used. >> reporter: he worked with the local police department to use his porch to drop off bait packages hoping to lure criminals. inside a regular shipping box, they packed a common delivery item with a gps tracking device and they want to keep it under wraps the criminals don't know what to look for. >> we found that a lot of times the thieves open the boxes before they leave, to make sure it is something they want. >> reporter: the thieves are getting picky? >> they are getting picky. >> reporter: these have been successful in several countries. arcadia police said more than 100 suspected thieves have taken the bait and experts said the operations are legal but others said they should be
regulated by a court order or warrant. >> citizen should absolutely be concerned about tracking technology and law enforcement with unfettered access to it. >> reporter: to avoid being a victim, have packages delivered somewhere where they can be received in person at work or a neighbor's home. cbs news in los angeles. the bay area has aim at potholes. the annual pothole blitz will repair rough city roads. since january the city has gotten more than 1300 calls about potholes and they will focus on different parts of the city and different streets each week. new plans for the smart train service. the smart train launch will be set later this week. authorities are waiting for an audit from federal authorities. and 911 dispatcher is testifying to the oversight
committee, expected to point to a recent power outage as an example of workloads being too high and staffing levels too low. let's check in with roberta on the weather. >> we dropped down to 47 degrees in santa rosa. a breeze is kicking in with some rip currents looking at the bay waters and the flag is on-the-fly as we take a bird's- eye view. what a beautiful, lovely autumn day. it feels like autumn outside and temperature-wise, we jumped to 69 degrees in santa rosa after dipping into the 40s earlier this morning and the wind has been increasing. 11 in oakland and calm around the san ramon valley with the wind picking up in fairfield. the scenario throughout the day, after 10 and 20 miles, weather watching time,
reporting temperatures are 60s and 70s. thanks from vallejo. satellite radar suggested some clouds are gathering off the san mateo coast but otherwise we track the area of low pressure that will produce a few thunderstorms. hail was reported in brentwood with light snow in the greater lake tahoe area. today, that snow has dissipated and we captured some snowflakes on-the-fly. can't seem to pick up much accumulation at any of the reporting stations, but nonetheless, snow in the month of june in tahoe. no snow in yosemite. temperature-wise, 50s at the beaches and 60s in the peninsula and 70s away from the bay. livermore, 60 degrees and you should be in the low 80s. 79 in san jose and 10 degrees
below average. official sundown is at 8:32 and it will be on the blustery side with winds increasing and temperatures jumping. higher temperatures on wednesday and when we top up in the 90s on thursday, we will hang in there all the way until dad's day. when the temperature goes up, air quality goes down and i will be surprised if we couldn't do some queuing for dad's day. we could see an alert in the air by then. >> i have to make pancakes. >> that shouldn't be legal. [ laughter ] a shakeup at uber. we could know tomorrow if the ceo is taking a leave of absence. the board of directors discussed the idea after several controversies with the company including sexual harassment claims. travis kalanick propose the idea, himself, taking time off
after his parents were involved in a deadly boat crash. gas prices are on the way down and industry experts say it could continue unless oil prices rebound. the national average is $2.40 and in san francisco, $3.20. in oakland, $3.13 and san jose, $3.12. san francisco's ferry building is set to go on sale in the next few weeks. blackstone is reportedly ready to sell the landmark with other properties and the deal will triple blackstone's $3.8 billion equity investment, reportedly. let's take a look at the big board. the dow was down about 67 points and we will be right back.
the divine miss m finally gets her due from broadway.... today's tip is for drilling time. we are grilling yellow sweet onions. let me tell you why they are so great. the sugar is already in there. you cut them about one quarter inch and put them on the grill. you can make a hamburger put it on a salad. it brings out the flavor and caramelized as it and it is wonderful. the outer skin is trim and keep them heavy for the size. store them in a cool and dry place and shelf life is not as
long as a regular yellow onion because there is more sugar. the more sugar produce has, the lower the shelf life. there you go, yellow onions on the grill are great. eat fresh and stay healthy. the divine ms. m gets her due from broadway. last night was a 71st annual tony awards and pat midler was working the great white way for more than 50 years. last night she took on the award for best actress for the very first time for her role in "hello dolly." >> i like to thank the american theater and all the tony voters, many of whom i've actually dated. [ laughter ] [ music ] >> i just want to say -- divine is an interesting word -- >> they tried to cut her off
but she wasn't having any of it. she is the divine ms. m, after all. she had a four-minute acceptance speech. six tony awards including best musical for "dear evan hansen" the winner of a powerball jackpot has not claimed the $477 million prize. it was sold at a liquor store in the riverside town of menifee. earlier this year, the store owner got sick and turned over operations to his son. things will be getting easier because the store will get $1 million for selling the winning ticket. we will be right back.
preparing to take their team-- to court-- to block the move of the raider name, logo and team colors from going to vegas. warriors fans hope for a championship when with the raiders fan base taking their team to court to block the move of the raider name, logo and team colors from going to vegas. that story and more at 5:00. coming up at 6:00, the tipoff for the big game. >> we are ready! >> it's going to be fun and we will be back tomorrow. join us. have a great day.
♪ >> katie: i just can't believe that i'm having to defend myself to you. you -- you've known me my whole life. i'm not -- i'm not violent, no matter how frustrated or upset i get. >> lt. baker: everybody's got a breaking point. maybe this was yours. >> katie: so, i guess you think i'm guilty, too, then? >> lt. baker: we'll have the gsr report back soon. >> katie: i didn't shoot at quinn, but i guess if you're determined to point the finger at me, maybe i should call my lawyer. >> eric: katie, quinn is frightened, and i'm frightened for her. now, we have to get to the bottom of this. >> katie: i agree. i want that as much as anyone. i-i want the person who shot at -- at quinn to be found and prosecuted and locked up, but that person is not me.