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supervisors. but it has already sparked a fierce debate. >> how much is your rights worth? >> reporter: illegal immigrants have some constitutional rights including the right to due process and the right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure. pedro figueroa claims the san francisco police violated those rights in december 2015 when they handcuffed him to a bench even though he hadn't committed a crime. >> the guy was just trying to report something. this is what we want everybody to do report what's going on in their lives, help us get to a higher level of safety for everybody. >> reporter: the mayor says figueroa had only gone to the police station to recover his stolen car. according to figueroa's lawsuit, the police discovered he had an immigration warrant which is a civil offense not a crime. then they held him until immigration agents arrived and removed him. [ through translator ] >> my daughter was crying. >> reporter: he was held by immigration for two months and his car was auctioned off.
now the city wants to compensate him with $190,000. mayor lee says it sends a message to immigrants. >> how long is it to correct the perception with a whole slew of immigrants who said, god, if that can happen to him, i'm not going to walk the streets. i'm not going to go to school. i'm not going to see my doctor. what does that all cost? >> reporter: howard epstein is the vice president of communications for the san francisco republican party. >> i think it's an insult to the taxpayers of san francisco. >> reporter: epstein says the city was right to comply with federal law. >> the police officers and deputy sheriffs did nothing wrong. they take an oath to uphold the federal laws and state laws and they are upholding the federal laws. the man has no right to be in this country. >> reporter: one more note about our poll. 61% of whites agree with the settlement. but for minorities the number
is much lower! only 38% of blacks, 31% of hispanics, 31% of asians agree that the city should pay the settlement. now, figueroa's immigration status is still in question. a federal judge will hear his case in november 2019. melissa caen, kpix 5. as for san francisco's sanctuary city status, our poll found 70% of san franciscans think that san francisco should remain a sanctuary city. about 24% say it should not. in washington, san francisco's policy was once again used to justify taking a harder line on illegal immigrants. the house of representatives today passed kate's law. it would increase maximum penalties for people who reenter the u.s. illegally after being deported. it's named for kate steinle, who was fatally shot two years ago on san francisco's pier 14. her accused killer an illegal i am granted with seven felony convictions and five previous deportations. also moving forward, the no sanctuary for criminals act. it allows the government to cut
federal funding to sanctuary cities that don't cooperate with i.c.e. officials. president trump now calling for swift action in the senate. >> these bills are vital to public safety and national security. i will give you the fastest approval, the fastest signature that you have ever seen. >> it will take a lot to get them to the president's desk. kate's law failed in the senate last year. and the no sanctuary act could have been an even tougher sell because it involves cuts to law enforcement funding. a federal judge judge blocked a new gun control laws. kpix 5's ken bastida is looking into this. ken. >> reporter: that's right, elizabeth. california voters passed this law in november. it was prop 63. remember it? it was championed by lieutenant governor gavin newsom. it was supposed to go into effect on saturday. but the nra and a california gun rights group sued to stop it. the law would have required gun owners with magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds
of ammunition to get rid of those clips! and it would have required certain people buying ammunition to undergo a background check. but the big question was just how many people were going to voluntarily turn in those magazines? the law gave gun owners some options. either move those magazines out of state, get rid of them, turn them in to law enforcement or sell them to a licensed dealer or destroy them altogether. all of this had to be done by saturday. for now, gun owners won't have to do anything because a federal judge has blocked the law from going into effect. this judge's ruling just coming in. so far no reaction from the state attorney general's office or any gun rights groups. in the newsroom, i'm ken bastida. chopper 5 was over the remnants of a brush fire in east san jose neighborhood. flames got close to homes. people grabbed their garden hoses to protect property. that fire broke out in a field at penitencia creek road and
viceroy way. quickly moved towards several of those houses. forced the wildlife center of silicon valley to evacuate some animals. kpix 5's maria medina is in the neighborhood now with the latest. >> reporter: firefighters are mopping up the hot spots right now. you can see these flames are out. but boy, what a close call for the homeowners out here. take a look at video chopper 5 got just a little while ago of people taking action by grabbing their hoses as you said not only trying to put out the flames but also trying to keep it from jumping to their homes. you can see just how close their homes were to that fire. literally just steps away. now, this fire started around 4:00 in a field across the street from the homes. so lots of dry brush. one woman tells us how she and her neighbors helped fight the fire. >> the wind just kept pushing it over almost got our neighbor's house and we all came out as a neighborhood with our hoses. >> reporter: and as you
mentioned, the wildlife center of silicon valley evacuated, no buildings or homes were damaged in this grass fire. but it moved quickly and the flames are out and firefighters are out here just mopping up the hot spots. back to you. >> thank you. so let's turn to chief meteorologist paul deanno for a look at the fire danger in the area. >> it's been high and will remain high. if you get a fire burning at about 3 or 4:00 in the afternoon, that's also the peak time for our winds in san jose today, that was 15 to 20 miles per hour. coming out of the northwest to the southeast working its way down san francisco bay. staying breezy throughout the evening. the overall theme is, everything that's dry is going to stay dry for a while. if you add up the average rainfall in july, august and september, the next 3 months, we get about one quarter of one inch of rainfall. it's the driest spot in north america where we live and 1% of our annual total over 25% of the calendar year. so the fire danger is going to
do nothing but go up as we will stay dry likely for a while. back to you. >> thank you. also until the south bay a trio of small fires started in the foothills of mount hamilton this afternoon. at least 85 acres have burned off grant road near quimby road. this is the brush. this is a rural area no homes threatened. the fire is 50% contained. fire investigators are on scene to see if they are arson. new at 6:00, a rare event this evening in palo alto. a grand opening for a complex offering affordable housing. mayfield place on el camino real has 70 apartments, some going for as little as $1,000 a month. kpix 5's devin fehely is there for us. devin. >> reporter: yeah, $1,000 a month for a one-bedroom apartment seems too good to be true. the grand opening was this afternoon but residents have been moving in for the last two or three months here to mayfield place paying a
fraction of what they would pay on the open market. >> i guess i was planning on moving out of state with my family. >> reporter: the daily commute from swan batista to stanford two hours each way took its toll on her but before she left altogether she got an almost unbelievable opportunity. a three-bedroom apartment in palo alto for less than $1,700 a month. >> i spent actually a lot of time commuting back and forth to our class and, um, searching for affordable housing opportunities for myself and my family. >> reporter: stanford the city of palo alto and related california partnered on the project. mayfield place features 70 affordable housing units. residents must earn between 34 to $39,000 to qualify for a $1,000 a month one-bedroom apartment. a family of six living in the largest three-bedroom must earn between $57,000 and $77,000 a year. >> we strongly believe in diversity and that's just not, you know, it's economic
diversity, as well. and that is really important to allow the people that work in our grocery stores that work in the retail shops, that have a small business, that are the fabric of the community to also live in the community. >> reporter: it is as you might expect completely full. but there is a waiting list. >> we have an explicit preference which the city council had requested to give a preference to people who are income-eligible who either live or work in palo alto. >> reporter: mayfield place rare affordable addition to palo alto where affordable housing remains in desperately short supply. now, according to the property managers, about 40% of the people who met the income requirements actually live or work in palo alto. 60% came from outside the area. according to the contract mayfield place will remain affordable housing for at least the next 55 years n palo alto, devin fehely, kpix 5. new at 6:00 feed the
homeless or clean up a park. city officials in san jose say they can't do both. they are trying to revamp st. james park just north of downtown san jose. but as kpix 5's len ramirez shows us, that means putting an end to a long-standing tradition. >> reporter: rangers at st. james park in downtown san jose are keeping a close eye on what goes on but paying special attention to any activity like this. >> you want something? >> reporter: the park a homeless gathering spot for decades is also the place where churches homeless advocates and anyone with a soft spot for the less fortunate target their charities. >> there are literally dozens of churches that serve here on any given sunday and any weekdays. >> reporter: this man says that serving here for over 20 years, it may be for not much longer. san jose is cracking down and threatening to issue citations to anyone serving food at st. james park. >> i don't know what the city's really going to do about dealing with the homeless problem but i know the churches
want to resist this because they don't see an alternative. >> reporter: the city has had a long-standing ordinance regulating the serving of food at all city parks and permits are required. at st. james, the city says serving the homeless has had unintended consequences. >> there's a lot of litter, discard the food, the next thing you have rodents, and the neighborhood surrounding the park starts to feel not particularly welcome at the park because of the blight. >> reporter: the city says it wants to work out a plan for the homeless feedings to continue its soup kitchens within blocks of the park. >> the city has got plans for downtown and i think that there's a real strategy afoot to move the homeless to different spots. >> reporter: he says he wants to work with the city but also wants to serve the people most in need where they are now. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. well, in the days of dying retail, a south bay mall is doubling down with a billion- dollar makeover. the virtual reality sneak peek. >> plus, we travel to yosemite
ear: just in time for the 4th of july weekend a popular route to yosemite is back open for business. normally tioga pass is clear by memorial day. this year, took a lot longer. our wilson walker took a drive up there to show us why. >> he said come on up. i handed him my park pass and we rolled in. >> reporter: some were here by design. >> we were the second people through the gate. >> reporter: some by luck. >> we left pennsylvania the 12th of june. we come up and they said, hey, it's open. >> reporter: but no matter how you landed on tioga pass today, it was a little drive through history. the latest the highway has opened since 1998 and all around you was evidence of california's epic winter. >> still six, eight feet of snow. >> reporter: the lodge, storm so hard the roof caved in! almost every campground still closed. there are no service, no gas, even less self-service than normal but otherwise, it's
kinds of perfect. >> this is spectacular! >> beautiful day. >> absolutely picturesque. >> reporter: lakes are still partially frozen and streams run like rivers! >> lots of snow, lots of moving water. water glowing blue in the spring. >> reporter: where tuolumne meadows isn't covered with water it's buzzing with life. >> we have been seeing all kinds of deer, big bucks. >> beautiful. hundreds! >> reporter: and he is not kiddings. deer are everywhere and the summer crowds probably aren't far behind of the july 4th was the target for getting this reopened and if you make it up here you will find a park that's fresh off a winter that transformed the landscape. in fact, a lot of people are calling today the first day of spring. >> opening day. >> we're just enjoying it taking pictures. >> reporter: perfect day in yosemite. absolutely perfect day. >> reporter: in yosemite national park, wilson walker, kpix 5. the fight over a 100-year- old railroad trestle in san jose might not be over despite
a recent decision to put it on the historic register. the city wants to tear down the willow glen trestle and replace it with a steel footbridge. but some locals have been fighting to have it preserved as a symbol of the region's agriculture past. last month a state commission agreed to save it. but in a letter, san jose city manager is telling the commissioners they had some bad information. the issue is going to come up again when the california historical resources commission meets next month. police had to evacuate a san jose safeway after a man with a gun robbed the pharmacy. police say the call came in just after 12:30 at the store on hamilton avenue. a man carrying a gun walked in and it's unclear what he got away with. but police were unable to catch him. no one was injured. officers were called to caltrain's bayshore station this morning after a conductor says a passenger elbowed him in the nose! we are told it happened after a female passenger and the conductor got into an argument.
police arrested the passenger and she faces assault and battery charges. well, in the north bay, smart train offered some free rides today part of its soft launch. the round-trips went from rohnert park to the marin county civic center. it's not clear when smart train the full service will officially start. the board is waiting on federal approval for one of its safety features. more preview rides are planned for saturday and the 4th of july. speaking of 4th of july, i know a lot of folks probably hitting the road tomorrow. >> oh, yeah. >> looks like a good weekend. >> is it really the 4th of july? the year always sneaks up. we say it every year. but halfway through the year? it's here! you know, it's perfect. it's a long holiday weekend. you probably get the 3rd off, as well. lucky you. looking at a four-day or five- day holiday weekend. weather should be just fine. nothot, not cold. all these numbers are close to average in that location. that would be 71 for fremont. close to normal.
63 in san francisco. close to normal. 89 in concord. sounds hot. it's about 3 degrees away from normal and livermore 83 degrees. even though it's a 36-degree or 26-degree temperature spread from top to bottom, everybody is close to a late june average. marin county fair gorgeous! it will be in san rafael this weekend. sunny, mild, mid- to upper 70s. if you are heading to tahoe or maybe yosemite, lucky you. even at lake level you will be in the low to mid-80s, mostly sunny skies, very pleasant friday and saturday. i'll throw in sunday, monday and tuesday. the weather in the sierra should be great and thunderstorm-free because of this ridge of high pressure. it's sitting north/south and west not as close as last week when it was super hot. not as far as it was earlier this week when we got kind of chilly. right in between. this will keep high pressure in control for the next several days. which will keep a light onshore flow cool near the water. but you will be warm about 2 or 3 degrees above average inland for the next couple of days. so clouds will fill into san francisco and san pablo bay overnight tonight. lows will drop to the mid-50s. this is also normal for this
time of year. vallejo your low 56. san francisco 54. and san jose 56 degrees. near normal you want it again tomorrow? you got it, mother nature says. temperatures very close to average. warmer inland. we'll see low 90s toward fairfield and cordelia. livermore 89 degrees. san jose 80. 74 for you in fremont. upper 80s in sonoma county. mid-80s in napa county. you want to cool off? san francisco is a good choice. 67 degrees for a high. for the 4th, cooler and cloudier. clouds and fog will likely linger come fireworks time on tuesday evening. your extended forecast, warmest day inland will be tomorrow, but still above average through sunday and monday. mid-60s though near the bay and mid- to upper 50s at the coastline, tuesday july 4, we're looking at some clouds hanging around san francisco bay come evening time but all in all, guys, very pleasant weather. we are the envy -- there's so much stuff going around weather- wise around the country.
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see this toy? see how popular that is with kids now? bottom of the first redick his ninth home run. matt joyce leaps and takes it back! redick can't believe that joyce gives the former a a taste of his own medicine. bottom of the fourth, a's up 1- 0. correa crushes one to right. joyce is going to walk this one. correa a pair of two-run homers. the astros beat the a's 6-1. oakland 4-2 on the road trip. the timberwolves acquired all star jimmy butler from the bulls last week. butler ripped the bulls office on his way out of town. but he is not taking the heat for the team's performance. in fact, he is taking phone calls to defend himself! >> everybody is entitled to their opinion. but with that being said, um, my phone is in my back pocket right now. it's whoever has anything to
say to me, feel free. 773-899-6071. so you want to interview, there you have it. please do. >> hey, man. [ laughter ] >> 6901? >> call it. [ laughter ] [ pause ] [ ring ] >> jimmy butler. sorry i couldn't get to the phone but leave your name and number and i'll hit you. bye. you got any [ indiscernible ] definitely leaf a message. beep. >> the mailbox is full and cannot accept any messages at this time. good-bye. [ laughter ] >> of course! right? >> there you go. for patriots corner bag logan ryan signed a three-year $30 million deal with the titans this off season. he is sharing the wealth. ryan surprised his older brother on his birthday with an $82,000 check to pay off his student loans. good night! that is a huge fish! >> and our catch of the day that is sharon conway from
hercules who pulled in this 6- pound bass at clearlake. somewhere in the oaks area. i'm not too familiar with clear lake, allen. you're a fisherman. but this is record bass that are caught in clear lake. she -- >> looks like she is giving it a little kiss. [ laughter ] >> hercules. >> you think you can do better than sharon? send us your fishing pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. that's on my bucket list to go fishing there. >> now, that picture of you is that real? >> yes. >> that's lincoln pines california much bigger bass. [ laughter ] >> i'll have more this weekend. >> okay, dennis. hopefully. coming up in our next half- hour bipartisan backlash at president trump. the twitter tirade and what he calls her bad face-lift. how the white house is justifying the rant. >> and the president's travel ban now in effect.
cable news team.. his comments are being called our top story at 6:30, president trump launches a personal twitter attack against a cable news team. his comments are being called sexist and inflammatory. as the white house backs up the commander-in-chief. kpix 5 reporter emily turner tells us now members of both parties are calling him out. >> reporter: yeah on a day when there are plenty of reasons to talk policy, these tweets are taking over the headlines. even trump's own party won't back him on this. but that didn't stop his press secretary. >> reporter: it is the tweet that launched 1,000 ships. and now the white house is sailing through a firestorm of criticism for president trump's attack on two msnbc news anchors. this morning he said:
>> reporter: those 277 characters have become the digital pariah of a president who is consistently under fire for his social media. even receiving criticism from those in his own party. >> i think it was well over the line. i generally respect the president's tweets. i think he gets the message out right away but this one just went too far. >> reporter: so far, in fact, speaker of the house paul ryan had something to say about it. >> obviously i don't see that as an appropriate comment. i think the what we're trying toto is improve the tone of the debate and this doesn't help do that. >> reporter: but the white house isn't taking it lying down. instead, it's firing back. arguing trump's tweet is a for tat" move against media he feels is out to get him. >> the president has been attacked mercilessly on personal accounts by people on that program and i think he has been very clear that when he gets attacked he is going to
hit back. >> that's your president of the united states lying to you. >> reporter: does that justify the nature of the attack? republican senator lindsey graham doesn't think so. himself tweeting: >> reporter: but the white house disagrees arguing this is exactly how he should be acting. >> i think the american people elected somebody who is tough, who is smart and who is a fighter and that's donald trump and i don't think that it's a surprise to anybody that he fights fire with fire. >> reporter: and since all of this today you might think the president is going to take a step back from social media. not so. he has been very active today and this afternoon, although his content has been more political than personal. >> nobody is taking the phone away from him. no. >> no. it's interesting, you know, republicans and democrats don't get along on much these days but this? they certainly got along. [ laughter ] >> thank you.
new developments on president trump's travel ban. it went into effect about 90 minutes ago. but now there is a new court challenge. hawaii's attorney general says the administration may be violating the u.s. supreme court's ruling about who can be kept out of the country and who is exempt. cbs reporter weijia jang is at the white house with more on the travel ban as it now stands. weijia. >> reporter: allen, we are not seeing the level of chaos we saw unfold at airports from coast to coast when the travel ban was initially rolled out soon after the president took office. and that is because unlike then, people who already have visas to enter the country are not being stopped. today, we found travelers who had a lot to say about the new rules. most of president trump's travel ban goes into effect at 8 p.m. eastern a signature campaign promise that resonated with voters like this person. >> it's something else that will make a psychological difference to know that we're actually going to do something
to prevent terrorism. and it's about time. >> reporter: citizens from six muslim countries will not be allowed to enter the u.s. for at least 90 days while the u.s. reviews its immigration policies. the trump administration calls them terror prone. >> weren't even involved in the like 9/11 or any other terrorist attacks that happened on the united states soil and saudi arabia, egypt, those countries that were are not even on the list. >> reporter: he moved to the u.s. from iran six years ago leaving behind loved ones he is now worried about. >> their concern is if this is just the beginning of something bigger you know? it's more like relations being cut off. >> reporter: attorneys from various groups were standing by at sfo's international arrivals terminal ready to help travelers who may be confused by the new guidelines. travelers from the banned countries who have already approved visas won't be affected. and it includes some exceptions for new applicants. people with a close family
member in the u.s., such as a parent, spouse, child or sibling, will still be allowed to travel to the u.s. but that does not include grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins or other extended family. journalists, students and employees and lecturers with valid invitations or work contracts will also be have permission. so far no big problems have been reported since the ban went into effect. and the biggest airline in the middle east says their flights to the u.s. are operating normally. we are live at the white house. allen, back to you. >> thank you. the white house says that president trump will meet with russian president vladimir putin next week in germany. both will be there for the g20 summit. this will be their first meeting since president trump took office in january. police in australia have charged a cardinal who has close ties to pope francis with sexual assault. the offense is allegedly happened decades ago. today 76-year-old george pell
said he is the victim of character assassination. >> i'm innocent of these charges. they are false. the whole idea of sexual abuse is abhorrent to me. i'm looking forward finally to having my day in court. >> pell will take a leave of absence while he fights the accusations. he is due in court in mid-july. so far, police have not provided specifics about the charges against him. but for years, he has faced allegations that he did not properly deal with clergy sexual abuse. a longer commute to court. backlash over a plan to make people drive more than 30 miles out of town for an arraignment. how it is already impacting cases. >> and scary moments for some bay area tourists when their hot air balloon makes an emergency landing in a parking lot.
other.. under arrest. 23-year-old "elsie de la rosa" san jose was an argument between two women in the south bay ends with one dead and the other under arrest. 23-year-old elsie delarosa of san jose was booked into jail yesterday. she is charged with felony hit- and-run and murder. police say early tuesday morning, the two women were in a gray sedan in campbell when they got into an argument. >> the vehicle pulled over and at some point, the suspect got back into the driver's seat and looks to intentionally have hit the victim. >> police say that is when elsie took off. she was later arrested. the victim who was also 23 was taken to a hospital where she died. the long arm of the law is about to get a whole lot longer for criminal defendants in alameda county. beginning july 17, all superior court arraignments are being moved from downtown oakland to a brand-new courthouse in dublin right across the street from the santa rita jail.
critics of the move say it's going to hurt low-income families because they will have a harder time getting to the hearings. the closest bart station is a mile away. >> case two days ago where a young man about 18 years old was in court. and because of the fact that his family was in court and a judge spoke directly to his family he was released from custody that day. >> that will have the most impacts on those who are poor, those who don't have a car. >> the court says it will save money and increase efficiency. right now, deputies bus inmates from santa rita to oakland every morning. that trip can sometimes take up to 90 minutes. health officials in the north bay are trying to prevent a tuberculosis outbreak. they say a member of the"24 hour fitness" in vallejo developed the contagious disease. they are trying to determine if any other member may be at risk. solano county officials say they will reach out to anyone they think should get tested. bucking the retail trend. this bay area mall had some big
plans to become the largest mall in california. today shoppers got a virtual sneak peek. >> pig races. got your attention? alameda county fair weather should be fine. pig races one of those things you can see while you're there. it's a big fair. 87 degrees. will the weather be fair for your holiday weekend? for some of you it begins tomorrow! a little bit of fog over the city now. i'll have your forecast next. ♪[ music ]
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visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. have been enduring a lot of construction activity lately.. as the mall expands.. but as kpix 5 reporter kiet do ex shoppers at westfield valley fair in santa clara have been enduring a lot of construction activity lately as the mall expands. >> but as kpix 5 reporter kiet do explains, shoppers are getting a treat for putting up with the nuisance. >> reporter: no bones it, valley fair is the top dog and wants to stay that way. >> i think it will be the number one attraction for shopping in the bay area in northern california. >> reporter: they are investing $1 billion to gut the inside and out and add more than 600,000 square feet of shopping
space. when it's all over the dark carpeting and the iron handrails will be gone replaced with bright airy open spaces, 25 restaurants, hundreds of storks a kids play area state- of-the-art luxury movie theater and exhibition space at 2.2 million square feet the largest mall in northern california. >> reinvesting in the assess keeps you relevant and keeps the customer coming to you. we constantly improve, renovated in the past. somebody will take your customer from you if you standstill. >> amazon is killing local malls, no? >> not really. >> reporter: he says high-end malls are seeing steady growth and expansion while midrange and low range malls are struggling. >> that's what customers are looking for a unique experience. if it's the same old same old, of course you go ahead and just shop online. it's not just retail, it's
entertainment, and i have healthcare and i've got restaurants that gives you a reason to go. >> reporter: to help shoppers wrap their mind around what the new mall will look lick they will have a virtual reality display. >> it looks very futurist i. >> reporter: she likes the places you can rest and plans to hang out with friends. looking forward to it? >> yeah. really looking forward to it. >> reporter: in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. >> a state-of-the-art classroom on wheels is rolling into san francisco's toughest neighborhoods. the nonprofit unveiled the mobile school bus this morning. it's the first its kind. school officials say there are 86,000 people in san francisco alone who don't have high school diplomas. they hope this bus will help change that. >> this bus is breaking down the barrier of safety and in transportation and access to education. we are taking this bus into the most needy neighborhoods of san francisco. >> by august five keys will have full time teachers on the
bus and the driver will be a teacher's aide. blue apron, a meal kit delivery startup, got modest results from today's initial public offering. the stock inched up early but then closed at $10 a share the same as it opened. and that's on the low end of what the company was hoping for. blue aytron's based in new york. it delivers refrigerated ingredients for specific recipes. it's aiming to raise about $300 million with its ipo. this was a day of substantial losses on wall street partly because of widespread selling of tech stocks. the dow jones down nearly 170 points. the nasdaq dropped about 90. the s&p lost more than 20. russian river brewery plans to sell its original sonoma county production facility. equipment at the santa rosa location has produced some of the world's most celebrated beers from pliny the younger and elder. they have the capacity to make up to 20,000 barrels annually.
the price is negotiable. but it will likely be a few million dollars. the taproom will still be open until they find a buyer. while russian river gets ready to open a new facility and restaurant. a hot air balloon carrying tourists made an emergency landing in santa rosa this morning. police say the balloon came down in a parking lot just east of 101. according to the "pressdemocrat, two people visiting from tennessee were on board along with a local pilot. thankfully, no one was injured. the pilot says the wind was an issue and wanted to land in a safe spot. ah, the wind, paul. the issue. >> the weather gets blamed a lot. >> and with hot air balloons, glad everybody is safe there. yeah. we had a little bit of a breeze in the afternoon. the breeze of course was coming from the ocean. how do we know that? let's look at ocean beach together. i don't see any such either. 57 degrees in san francisco. getting breezy. the light onshore flow is still keeping things cool near the
water. oakland only 63. but concord your at 84. santa rosa 74. still breezy this afternoon. and livermore very comfortable 77 degrees. overnight tonight the breeze continues. but the marine layer is getting compressed by building area of high pressure which will not allow the cloud cover to push that far inland. so you will be cloudy in oakland and san francisco with lows in the mid-50s. you will not be cloudy in fairfield. likely not cloudy in napa. and not cloudy in san jose. mid-50s your lows, as well. opera at the ballpark. how about a chance to go to at&t park for free and not watch a baseball game but watch an opera on the big screen? it sounds cool. you just change your plans for tomorrow. because it's happening tomorrow night at at&t park. we'll broadcast our weather live from there. it will be fun. it will be chilly. so bring your jacket. 62 degrees at 7:00 tomorrow night. a high pressure is in control. you can see the winds rotating around this area of high pressure. they always go clockwise in the northern hemisphere. this is key because this promotes that light onshore flow. things going north west to southeast keeping it chilly near the water but this higher pressure is more pressure
pushing down on the air. that marine layer which is thick in the beginning of the week not as thick now. can't make it over the east bay hills. most inland towns not dealing with the marine air. that's key for the next couple of days. the ridge doesn't move. so the clouds won't push inland. hayward tomorrow morning, you're cloudy. not too far away livermore and pleasanton dublin not cloudy tomorrow morning. by the afternoon, everybody is sunny even the coast will see minimal cloud cover in the afternoon. clouds filling in at san francisco bay hugging the coastline but not moving inland. lots of sunshine inland. tuesday, 4th of july, low pressure to our south and west, not as warm inland. that may be good for you but means clouds are likely to fill in the san francisco bay in the evening. you wanted clear skies for the fireworks on july 4. that's not the best news for you. warmest day will be friday. that's tomorrow. low 90s inland and a couple of spots. really not going to get that warm near the water. you will stay seasonably chilly
and the fireworks forecast is calling for low cloud cover likely on the evening of july 4. concord tomorrow 89. four degrees above average. oakland 2 degrees below average 69. san jose in the middle with a high of 80. union city 72. los altos 77. half moon bay 59. you will stay cloudy. danville 84. benicia 85. 90s including discovery bay, antioch, brentwood, oakley, vacaville 90 even pleasant hill could hit 90. 82 san rafael. berkeley tomorrow 67 with morning clouds. san leandro 68. hottest stuff lake county. couple of degrees cooler saturday and sunday still pleasant near average. as we head toward the 4th of july we'll cool down with highs in the mid-80s inland and mid- 60s near the bay. july 4th is almost -- it's "friday eve,"not thursday. >> coming up, goat yoga comes to the bay area.
>> even by bay area standards, this one is out there but it didn't stop us from sending simon perez to check it out. >> reporter: in the bayview neighborhood. >> exhale flex through the spine. >> reporter: this small yoga class goes through the paces. >> one, good, breathe, try to breathe. two >> reporter: the focus the stretching. >> three ... >> reporter: the relaxation. all what you would expect. >> four. >> reporter: until the real stars storm in! >> we may be the first in california to my knowledge. no one else is working with yoga and goats in california. >> reporter: they are parts of the city crew usually assigned to clear brush on hillsides. >> whether it's grazing or stretching, goats are very curious. they want to know what are you doing? >> which makes them ideal for yoga. >> you can stay in position if you have a goat on you. good. take one more deep breath here. and then let's come back down again to the knees. >> they do whatever they want
and it inspires me to go for it. >> you have to let go. if you are someone that's needing things neat, organized and in control you will be forced to learn otherwise. >> you can't tell a goat what to do. [ laughter ] >> reporter: sure a little strange lying on the floor with barnyard animals but they are cute. >> hey, guys. [ laughter ] >> they are gentsle and it makes you kind of, uhm, be more in the moment. >> the goats help me relax. there's something about these animals that help us to feel joy and to feel i do think more connected to ourselves and present in the moment. >> reporter: so "goat" for it and expands your repertoire by adding another animal to down dog. i'm simon perez, kpix 5. >> ba ! ♪[ music ]
announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] [cheering and applause] steve: thank you very much. i appreciate it. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud." i'm your man, steve harvey. [cheering and applause] and we got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their third day, from honolulu, hawaii, it's the champs, it's the schaefer family!ause and from sharpsburg, georgia, wherever that is... [laughter] it's the stegall family! [cheering and applause] everybody's here, trying
to win theirself a lot of cash, and somebody could drive out in a brand-new car. [cheering and applause] let's go meet the stegall family. what's up? what's up? it's thaddeus. thaddeus: yes, sir. yes, sir. steve: what do you do for a living, thaddeus? thaddeus: so i just finished my master's in student affairs administration for michigan state. steve: all right, that's good, man. you're doin' good, man. all right, introduce everybody. thaddeus: so i'd like to start by saying all of the children are graduates of historically black colleges. my baby brother christian, my pops ray, my sister-in-law jerica, and my big brother jay. [cheering and applause] pop, how you doing? ray: good, steve. they took after their pops. steve: i see that. ray: yeah. steve: well, you've done a heck of a job as a father. you get all your kids through college. ray: yes. yes. [cheering and applause] steve: let me tell you something, brother. that's good parenting, man. ray: my wife and i couldn't have done it alone. it's with the help and grace of god that