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kpix 5's jessica flores went back to the scene today. >> reporter: a year later there's a memorial here at webster street where the two men were killed. their murders are unsolved. oakland police don't know who shot and killed the 22-year-old and the 20-year-old. but investigators and the victims' families are hoping someone in the public comes forward with information to help solve the murders. >> somebody knows something. all we ask is that you just come forward so, you know, we can have justice for these boys. >> reporter: the two victims, berkeley high school graduates, were shot and killed after an altercation at an art gallery party in downtown oakland. police say around 1 a.m. on august 14th, 2016, craig was shot defending his girlfriend, who was being harassed by a group of men. >> craig stepped in to let them know that, hey, she's with me and as a result of that, he got jumped and attacked by this
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group of individuals. and ultimately it cost him his life. >> reporter: the shots fired inside then spilled into the street. police say that terrence wasn't a target but he was shot and killed outside. >> we can get them back but we can have closure and justice for these boys out celebrating, you know? having a good time. >> reporter: police say an estimated 300 people were at the party. there's a $25,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. in oakland, jessica flores, kpix 5. a developing story in san francisco. a boat sinks in an area popular with swimmers. susie steimle is live at aquatic park in san francisco. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, kenny, swimmers have been told to stay out of this area as well as boaters for the time being as they figure out what's going on and if there are any
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environmental concerns at hand. we are near fort mason. the boat is out of the water and on the way back to dock. we have video from this morning showing it under water. this happened around 7 a.m. and you will see some divers moving around there, putting inflatable bags into the boat to lift it back up. they are still trying to figure out what environmental concerns they are dealing with. they have about 50 gallons of diesel on that boat. so police put out a protective barrier just to be sure. they do tell us that they don't see any signs of leaking at this point in time. they are just putting up the boom as a precaution. the boat belongs to the sea scouts. that's a youth program. it's a nonprofit. they tell us this boat was in use last night and what happened is a mystery. >> we do operate a youth program here. and we do have kids, teens, between the ages of 1 and 21 operating the boat -- between the ages of 14 and 21 operating the boat. that's what we do.
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we haven't made any mistakes that would cause this. we have no idea why the boat was sunk this morning. >> reporter: they are hoping to get a better idea of what caused this boat to zipping when they pull it up back to the dock and get a chance to inspect it. the best news, of course, known was on the boat at the time that it sank. they are still trying to figure out if there's anything suspicious that took place here and again, they did tell us that the good news is, they have a handful of teenagers coming by today for this youth program. they are going to get some free labor to repair this boat. so they are saying, um, that's the good news. it will be expensive for them but nobody injured and no significant environmental concerns that we are aware of. that's the latest. live in san francisco, susie steimle, kpix 5. thanks. new at noon, a uc-berkeley energy professor just resigned his post with the u.s. state department. professor daniel caman sent the president his resignation
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leather morning saying he is stepping down as a science envoy to the state department saying the president's decision to pull out of the paris climate accord was unacceptable. the first letter of each paragraph in his resignation spells out the word impeach. two bay area cities are bracing for potential clashes this weekend between conservative demonstrators and counter-protestors. on saturday a group called "patriot prayer" holds a rally at san francisco's crissy field. and then on sunday, a no to marxism rally happens at civic center park in berkeley. tonight the left wing group "by any means necessary" is holding april planning session to stop the rallies. president trump is in reno. he spoke to americans at an american legion convention. >> we are not defined by the color of our skin, the figure on our paycheck, or the party
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of our politics. we are defined by our shared humanity, by our citizenship in this magnificent nation, and by the love that fills our hearts. [ applause ] >> the president also said, quote, we have no division too deep for us to heal. before he spoke, some people gathered in protest outside the reno sparks convention center. president trump's comments in reno follow a firestorm at e weijia jang reports, he used a campaign-style rally to criticize the media, democrats and some republicans. >> it's a very dishonest media, those people right up there with all the cameras. >> boo!!! >> reporter: president trump took aim at the media tuesday night spending more than 16 minutes saying his response to the charlottesville protests were misrepresented. >> they don't want to report that i spoke out forcefully against hatred, bigotry and violence! >> boo!! >> and strongly condemned the neo-nazis, the white supremacists and the kkk.
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>> reporter: the president went on to slam arizona's two republican senators, laying out his frustrations with senator john mccain for voting against the gop healthcare plan. >> one vote away, i will not mention any names. >> reporter: and called out senator jeff flake for being lax on border security. >> and nobody wants me to talk about your other senator! he is weak on borders, weak on crime! >> boo!! >> so i won't talk about him. >> reporter: president trump also threatened congress to pass funding for his border wall and spelled out the consequences if it failed. >> believe me, if we have to close down our government, we're building that wall. >> reporter: before the rally, trump supporters were met with a wall of protestors angry over the president's appearance. [ screaming ] >> reporter: after the event, phoenix police dispersed the small group of demonstrators who refused to leave, tear gassing them. weijia jang, cbs news the white house. scientists and bay area lawmakers are talking about the
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importance of marine sanctuaries as president trump considers reducing the size of those protected areas. kpix 5's neda iranpour has the story from sausalito. >> reporter: congressman huffman invited nancy pelosi and several environmentalists to the forum here in sausalito today to discuss marine sanctuaries. there are several zones on california's coast where drilling and mining are banned and those may be at risk under president trump's executive order. the greater farallones, the president used parts of the coastal u.s. in other ways. >> our country is blessed with incredible natural resources including abundant offshore oil and natural gas reserves. but the federal government has kept 94% of these offshore areas closed for exploration and production. and when they say closed, they mean closed. >> reporter: that was what president trump said back in april when he signed an executive order to review
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marine sanctuaries as potentials for offshore oil drilling. that put political leaders like nancy pelosi and environmentalists in a panic!! they believed that more than 15,000 square miles of marine sanctuaries in california should stay as sanctuaries. >> the foolishness of degrading the protections of these waters will have broad and long lasting consequences. >> we have reason for concern. this is not a drill. >> we need these sanctuaries. i mean, ocean protection is critical to my members to their fishing operation, to their jobs and to the coastal way of life in california. >> we have a huge abundance of marine life. and if we were to have oil drilling or a spill in the area, all these animals could be destroyed in one fell swoop! >> reporter: but the president views marine sanctuaries like the farralones, cordell bank, monterey bay and areas for wealth the administration wants to tap into. >> so many things sound absurd,
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but we're serious. so we have to fight them. we have to remind them californians and environmentalists are not going to stand for this! >> reporter: in the past decade, president obama and george w. bush have declared several areas along the ocean as safe zones and now the department of commerce is told to reevaluate their sanctuary status. in sausalito, neda iranpour, kpix 5. >> no decision has been made on anything regarding sanctuaries. tomorrow the president is expected to decide on land monuments. berryessa snow mountain national monument, the sequoias, mojave trail and san gabriel mountains are a few areas that may lose their protections. still ahead, samsung unveils the first galaxy smartphone since old versions this exploding batteries. the new features to win bachus mer trust. >> the monster lottery sending people to the ticket lines. >> you're talking about
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powerball fever! i'm talking about bay area heat. just how hot will it get this weekend? we have details as the news continues. hey, we'll be right back.
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a rally at san francisco's crissy field on saturday. the city is bracing this just into our newsroom. the group called "patriot prayer" just got the permit to hold a rally at san francisco's crissy field on saturday. the city is bracing for potential clashes between conservatives and liberals. then on sunday, a no to marxism rally takes place at civic center park in berkeley. new at noon, samsung is out
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with its new galaxy smartphone. brook silva-braga reports on the new features and the one getting the most attention, the battery. >> the galaxy note 8. >> reporter: they unveiled the latest smartphone the galaxy note 8 at an event in new york with several new features including the largest screen ever on a note device but the company isn't just selling the updated technology. it's trying to reassure customers it's safe. last year, some buyers of the previous galaxy note the 7 saw their phones start smoking because of defective batteries. >> look over and my phone is on fire! >> reporter: the entire line was taken off the market and samsung lost billions. >> there was a huge black eye for samsung. >> reporter: cnet's dan ackerman says samsung has developed a new battery and it's been extensively tested. >> they had to spend this entire past year hitting the reset button to make sure
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consumers would trust the brand again. >> reporter: two cameras and when you take a picture the phone stores both and releasing the note 8 now gives samsung a jump-start on the competition. apple is expected to unveil the new iphone 8 next month. >> this is the real flagship. so they want to make sure they make a good impression with this. >> reporter: it's also a key time for sales because samsung believes millions of americans have older smartphones and are ready to upgrade. brook silva-braga, cbs news, new york. >> preorders for the galaxy note 8 start tomorrow on the phone goes on sale on september 15. the jackpot for tonight's powerball lottery drawing is the second largest in u.s. history matching all six numbers $700 million. jackie ward caught up with hopeful ticket buyers in san francisco. >> reporter: employees at this 7-eleven in the san francisco financial district say that 50 to 60 people an hour are
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pouring into their stores to take a stab at the 1 in 292 million chances of winning it big. >> we are super busy. everybody coming, like, buy $20, $150. so we're super busy today. >> reporter: no one has matched all six numbers since june. that's why it's grown so big. in order to win the entire $700 million, all six balls need to match what's on your ticket. >> what would you do if you won? >> i haven't been thinking about that yet. i'm just wanting to win it first. [ laughter ] [ inaudible ] >> unprecedented what's going on today. and -- and i don't necessarily think that, um, money can make people happy. but it does help to alleviate the stressors. >> reporter: if no one matches the stressors, the jackpot grows and may surpass the
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current record powerball jackpot of $1.6 billion. the powerball drawing tonight is at 7:59 pacific time. with the winning ticket in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. [ laughter ] >> better chance of it being in the triple digits on the coast than you winning the lottery. [ laughter ] >> exactly. you mean today? >> yes. >> yes, exactly. that's a good call there, kenny. hi, everybody! we are socked in with clouds, no chance of triple digits at the beaches today. in fact, we'll struggle to see the low 60s in daly city and in colma. another view from the coast now we head inland towards san jose where we were mighty gray this morning and now blue skies. temperature-wise, anywhere from 64 degrees in oakland to 62 degrees in san francisco. it's at 73 degrees now in san jose back through santa clara. one of my favorite weather watcher, hi, charlie! it's 74 degrees there. he says it's such a nice day. thanks for checking in with us, charlie. he is clearing out after morning overcast skies. that's evident by our satellite
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and radar image. that marine layer is roughly 1200 feet deep. so coastal clouds will linger today. thursday and friday, some seasonal temperatures will continue pretty much if you like it today, you're going to love it tomorrow and just embrace it on friday. but then, heat is on for the weekend inland. because high pressure over the great basin continues with these winds in a clockwise fashion bringing the hotter air mass from arizona through southern california into our own neighborhoods. today, nearly 90 at the state capital. slow burn-off monterey bay. high sierra afternoon thunderstorms, 83 half dome. numbers 60s through the 70s into the 80s in the low 90s in the warmest locations. that will be towards the delta and also to the north in lake county. winds rotating 10 to 20 miles per hour. sundown at 7:51. by then, temperatures in the low 60s to the low 90s in discovery bay.
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ditto thursday. repeat performance friday. and then we just, boy, look at that, we soar into the triple digits on saturday and sunday. barely any relief as we go into monday and tuesday. we have ourselves an afternoon baseball game and hopefully in the sun it's slowly burning off in san francisco. we'll be right back.
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"space-x spacesuit."
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the caption said - an instagram post in elon musk is getting attention. check it out. it is the first picture of the spacex spacesuit. the caption said, it's worth noting this actually works and is not a mockup. musk says the team has already tested the suit in a number of ways including double vacuum pressure. he says more details on the spacesuit will be released coming up. facebook is making a change. the social media giant is now putting publishers' logos alongside articles in its trending and search sections. soon publisher logos will start appearing elsewhere on facebook. the company cited the change as a result of its ongoing discussion with media companies via its facebook journalism project. taking a look at how the financial markets are doing on wall street right now, the dow is down after a big day on wall street yesterday, it's down about 66. and the reminder, if you have a problem or question, email or call us: healthie candy... but
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st sweet treat.
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our tip of the day. g with th healthier than candy but still sweet. fresh grocer tony tantillo has our tip of the day. >> reporter: ell, today's tip of the day is going to be with candy sweet grapes. and let me tell you why they're so sweet and they're called
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candy sweep grapes. because the sugar content is very high. if the kids want candy, give them the candy grapes. it's like eating a piece of candy. they're so great! when you buy them, look at the container, no moisture on the bottom, a tell tale sign they're rotten. you don't want that. beautiful color with green stems. store them in the refrigerator right away but never wash grapes or just about anything before you store them, but always wash them before you enjoy them. and these candied sweet grapes because the sugar content is so high, you want to buy them and enjoy them within 4 days. that's it. candy sweet grapes, in the market, small grapes, like a wine grape, delicious! very delicious. i love talking about these new varietals. so much fun. 'm tony tant illo, your fresh grocer. nd always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. ♪[ music ] >> the naacp wants a meeting with the nfl to discuss the
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fate of former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. a rally in support of the free agent starts soon in new york. we are going to have that and a lot more coming up at 5:00 tonight. >> have you had those candy sweet grapes? >> no. >> i just pick the ones right off the vines. >> that's the beauty of picking them right off the vines. >> very flavorful now. and the red ones -- > i can't do that here in the city. i don't have a vineyard in my backyard. >> thanks for joining us.
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>> bill: so, i have a question for you. what -- what, uh, what do you think about living... >> brooke: yeah? >> bill: there. the entire penthouse floor. i'd be working at home. >> brooke: you'd be living at work. besides, i don't like being that far from the ground. what about earthquakes? >> bill: ah, she'll be earthquake-proof. state-of-the-art engineering. >> brooke: and what about our garden and our pool and everything we have at home? no, thank you. >> bill: [ sighs ] >> brooke: what? >> bill: well, the truth is, i was, uh, eyeing her for my new office. but since we're married now, i want to offer the best of everything to you first. >> brooke: oh. that's very sweet of you. ♪


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