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right now at 11:00, traffic moving one against near the carquinez bridge and this is what it looks like this morning. all of at a stand-still when a big rig crashed and caught fire. i'm crist sanchez. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. and just one obstacle for drivers trying to get a start on the memorial day weekend. >> we have team coverage and tracking the traffic mess. bob redell has been at the scene all morning long. so bob, when did the freeway open and are you seeing any relief? >> reporter: kris and scott, eastbound 80 here at the carquinez bridge opened 45 minutes ago after the fatal accident in the back-up and the
get out of town memorial day weekend traffic to tahoe and the bottle rock in napa. caltrans had a lot of cleaning to do. the big rig spilled fluid and debris on the roadway. workers were able to open the third and final lane at 10:15 this morning. accident happened around 1:20 this morning when the driver of a big rig hauling a shipping container full of canned pineapple lost control, hit the gore point and rolled over. another driver saw the accident, pulled over and helped the 29-year-old driver of the big rig who was unconscious. >> when he did that, that is when the truck started to ignite and catch on fire very slowly so he dragged him out of the actual cab because it separated from the truck itself and then provided cpr at that time.
>> reporter: chp dlefs -- believes the driver would have died without the help of the good samaritan and he will survive. sadly one person did die in the back-up. a 67-year-old man from farmd -- fairfield was behind the wheel of this toyota camry. three chp officers took turns performing cpr on the man stuck in the driver's seat and extricated and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. they do not believe drugs or alcohol were involved. back here live, the eastbound 80 traffic before the carquinez bridge is moving nicely but if you look behind me you'll see caltrans trucks because the pomona street exit, the off-ramp to crockett is still shut down while they do more clean-up. here in crockett, bob redell, nbc bay area news. mike inouye tracked that
crash all morning long. >> and another crash still having an effect on traffic in oakland. mike, take it away. >> i would have taken it away much sooner. as bob talked, about the off-ramp is still closed and the distraction -- and the caltrans crew past the area and folks are slowing, that is your exit to crockett. but use the skyway exit to get through the same area through the carquinez bridge. that is one of the big issues this morning and the benecia bridge is the option but you do see the get out of town traffic in contra costa county. still this issue this morning, north 880 and hegenberger and that crash was there for a long time and the fire was burning and causing a problem. we still have the hegenberger off-ramp closed and traffic in the last quarter mile and the crews hidden by the overpass but toward the coliseum and here is where it is still closed. video from the crash and fire led to damage in the area and
we're told by caltrans, they may have that off-ramp closed until 4:00 p.m. we still see the showdown from marina toward the scene. so that is a slow drive toward the coliseum and hopefully it will be clear. and the lanes are now open. it is just a distraction but that could be a problem if you are heading through oakland. 580 westbound is clear. back to you. >> thank you. and now to that forecast that could decide what you do this memorial day weekend. >> we'll take you outside. we have a network of traffic cameras and others, in san francisco and san jose and the san mateo bridge and the golden gate bridge, looking nice. it is a bit cloudy, kari hall or go-to person. >> good morning. and the disturbed weather unsettled across the bay area and a lot of clouds rolling by but not much in the way of rain. and there is still a chance that we could see a little bit of some rain dropping out of the clouds. much of the heavier downpours
have been moving through parts of the central valley and heading over toward the sierra. but still see there is a lot of clouds cover across the bay area today. with cool temperatures and as we go through the day it shows that we still could have some rain dropping out of the clouds. mostly some light showers and very spotty, i wouldn't cancel out door plans. but tonight a quick round of showers passing by and before you wake up, we'll start to see the skies clearing and in time for your saturday. so look ahead to the memorial day weekend forecast for san jose, cool and partly cloudy today but look at houp -- how much it warms up through the weekend. up to 86 on monday. we'll look more at the microclimate and places you are heading in a few minutes. developing story now that we are bmg -- becoming familiar with a shooting school in indiana, where a teacher and a 13-year-old student are in the hospital.
the shooter is a male student and in custody. we don't know what the motive is, but it does come a week after the sante fe high school shooting in which ten people were killed. we'll continue to follow this and bring you updates as they come in. happening now, good news if you ride b.a.r.t. in contra costa. officials are gathering to celebrata new extension which will accommodate thousands of riders each week. pete suratos joins us live from antioch where t the service will begin shortly. >> reporter: good morning. we're having fun here at this u-bart extension where service will begin tomorrow but you could take part in free preview rides but i did get a chance to ride this morning. we'll show you some of the video. now this is being called e-bart and a new rail system from antioch to the pittsburg bay
point platform and then trains will take you to the pittsburg bay point bart station. the cost is over $500 million and runs ten miles long and part of the highway 4 widening project which expands between pittsburg and brentwood. and the train has about 104 seats that could carry 2400 riders per hour and they have audio announcements and climate control por the hot days. and i did speak with riders at the station who will no doubt benefit from the extension. >> i reside in antioch. it might be a benefit depending on the fare aptd time frame of connection but availability of seats. >> that is pretty good. that helps the traffic and also the parking. >> it is going to be great. for me, i don't have to get on the freeway any more. it is a nice addition.
>> reporter: no freeway ride for that gentleman. now as i mentioned, the services start tomorrow but you get a chance to see the preview rides here in antioch from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. nbc bay area news. one woman in santa rosa is dead and another recovering in the hospital after a car crash early this morning. we talked to police at the scene. the driver of a silver toyota turning the corner on bennett and valley hydroplaned and swerved into the other lane and crashed with this white mercedes. police say it was raining a bit at the time of the crash. roads were slick and investigators still looking into what caused it, but again it seems like it was wet weather. hollywood heavy weight harvey weinstein in handcuffs and now aryan -- arraigned in n york on sex charges. we brought you live coverage on "today in the bay" and it is the day many of his accused thought
they would never see. >> reporter: in court and in cuffs. disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein arraigned on friday morning on criminal sex act and rape charges. bond set at $10 million. and weinstein agreeing to gps monitoring. the manhattan district attorney said the charges stem from forcible sex acts committed against two women in 2004 and 2013. weinstein has denied all claims of nonconsensual sex. >> mr. weinstein will enter a plea of not guilty and we intend to move very quickly to dismiss these charges. >> reporter: at least 95 women across the world have accused him of inappropriate behavior, igniting the me-too movement and times up movement. rose mcgown one of the first accusers shared her reaction on megyn kelly today. >> this is a big strike no the heart of abuse of power and it
shows people worldwide, which is what i was hoping the whole time, that this cannot and will not stand. >> reporter: a step closer to justice. weinstein accusers say it is a scandal that continues to rock hollywood and beyond. sarah dallof, nbc bay area news. other local stories. a big step forward after recovery of wildfires. coffey park gets the first new home since flames destroyed the neighborhood. tomorrow a big day in dublin. the city will reopen the wave water park for the holiday weekend. big crowds expected. it is nearly a year since the 10-year-old boy was called from the green slide called the emerald plunge and the parents have setted a lawsuit and now the slides have been made safer. a follow up on the 280 flooding from yesterday morning. caltrans will watch the area closely over the next couple of
days. for the second time in about a week, 280 and the 87 connector ramp flooded in san jose. caltrans said the problem first started back on may 16th, when one of the two main pumps blew a fuse. yesterday morning the back-up pump blew a fuse. >> a rough morning out there. a lot of folks set back. if you are heading on a road trip, we have a list of 15 vehicles you should not put on cruise control. we'll show you which ones and why it could be dangerous. and what is next for north korea now that the president canceled the sum sniet and check out our social media page. we have tips before you sign up for a gym. here are six things to do before you sign up for a gym membership. first, tour the gym at the time of day you plan on working out. if it is too crowded -- ask for a trial period. but be careful.
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summit with north korean leader kim jong-un. newly released video shows a series of explosions that north korea said destroyed tunnels where five of the last six nuclear tests were carried out. nbc's janis mackey frayer reports from seoul. >> moon jae-in seemed surprised. he's been a proponent of engaging the north and just in washington meeting with president trump on tuesday to talk about the summit. so it seems there was no communication with seoul before that letter dropped. moon called an emergency meeting and then issued a statement after saying that he hopes that direct talks could go forward as well as this process of denuclearization on the peninsula. there were some anti-trump protests here in seoul today as people are windowing what happens next. but the reaction out of north korea has been quite measured. the vice foreign minister said that president trump is going against the wishes of the world by canceling the summit.
and said that the regime remains open to talks at any time. it did go ahead with the promise to dismantle the nuclear testing site and it was seen as a significant step, a diplomatic step ahead of the summit which they found out had been canceled just hours after blowing the site up. janis mackey frayer, nbc news, seoul. >> and the market this is morning, stable. and it is the hammer. i was trying to -- who is he handing it off to. san francisco based gap is down 14% after same-store sales disappointed. >> we don't like to see that with the local companies. so using cruise control could be disastrous if you drive one of 15 different kinds of fiat chrysler vehicles. they are part of one of the nation's largest recalls in history. they are warning drivers of 5 million vehicles that should stop using cruise control
immediately. there is a potential defect that could leave the driver unable to cancel cruise control. a recall covers 15 jeep, ram, chrysler and dodge models between 2014 and 2018. so far we have no reports of accidents or injuries or deaths reported. the defect will be fixed with a software update that will be free to you. now if you are heading out today, more than 5 million califan on the road. 40 million nationwide. these are the biggest travel numbers we've seen in a decadech the gas prices are higher. here in california prices are 70 cents more than last year. gas buddy patrick meehan said it wouldn't stop people from driving. >> the kickoff to july 4th a big celebration and labor day and gas prices won't hold people back from the celebrations but may hold people back from taking one trip to the beach or going
to that further away destination. >> we went all the way to the last hoorah of summer. time flies. here are the current bay area prices. gallon of regular, san francisco $3.85 and oakland 3 #$.75 and a penny less in san jose. those are the highest prices until the country. and maybe it is better to fly. if you are headed to san jose international, you should expect that you'll have a lot of company because graduation ceremonies and holiday travel. sjc is expecting a lot of traffic and encouraging you to get to the airport, as scott said, dad time, that is two hours early for your flight. and head over to the hill to santa cruz, we don't have to tell you it could be miserable gridlock on highway 17 but also on the surface streets. and now the town of los gatos is not going to shut down the highway 17 off-ramps as they have in the past because it doesn't work. it was a $300,000 experiment that did not keep beach-goers on
highway 17 and off residential streets in town. it just shifted that spillover traffic to different neighborhoods. here is how the locals feel about it. >> i don't know if it did any good because it is still the same to me. the traffic is still the same. you have to get there early. >> i've lived in the bay area my whole life and so, yeah, you schedule your time and try to leave early and it does get packed but i don't blame people for wanting to get out and about and enjoying the time. >> and in the summer nights they have the free concert, i would never drive it. no matter what time. because traffic anywhere in the bay area is bad. >> a lot of you thinking, has true. the town will spend $50,000 to focus on neighborhood traffic and also working with mapping apps like waze to make sure the small streets don't end up with big traffic. they're asking beach-goers and locals to avoid the peak hours of 11:00 to 3:00 and reminding us highway 17 is the best option
even when it is slow. they are also working to get a study of the highway 17 corridor. los gatos set up a beach traffic reporting e-mail and phone number to keep you off of 911. they're here on your screen. you could find them in my twitter feed and on my facebook page. what a downer we are right now . >> i know. if you are going to sit on traffic in 17, should you open the sun roof or keep it closed or air kingman or windshield wipers? >> we have a little bit of all of that today. but by the end of the weekend we'll have the windows open and the sun roof down. just don't leave right at sunset. you think about not only just traffic but coming home at sunset, it just gets jammed up. but as we look at what is happening. showing you storm ranger. our mobile doppler radar is the red scan out of san jose. and we are seeing some cloudy skies but not a lot of rain. as we get a look at this in motion, we could see the swirl of the clouds and also some spotty showers. but much of it has been over the central valley.
if you are driving to tahoe today, expect it to take a really long time. and then once you get past sacramento, most likely you'll start to see some showers developing and running into that. but we are going to be in with the clouds and spotty rain as we go through the rest of the day. here we are at 3:00 this afternoon. and there is a little bit of rain here and there but not all of us are seeing it. and then into tonight, it looks like it quiets down but then maybe one last push of showers that will roll through before sunrise early tomorrow and then it all clears out. so as we go through the day, looking at fremont, it is going to be in the mid-60s throughout the day. and a lot of clouds as we go into the rest of the afternoon. low 60s at 6:00 today. and some people are going to be getting off of work and then maybe trying to get on the road then. we'll be up to 66 in concord. san jose 65 degrees. half moon bay and san francisco reaching up to 58 degrees. and then if you have a flight, it is going be -- the
possibility you have to watch out for the delays. san francisco reporting 54-minute flight delays so call ahead. and then also we have storms around new jersey as well as miami right now. 90-minute delay and they have a tropical system in the area they are watching. as we look at our forecast for memorial day weekend and san francisco, chance of showers. and still cold tomorrow but some sunshine. and then warming up in time for memorial day into the low 70s. bottle rock in napa valley is looking great. sunshine for tomorrow. and then much warmer on sunday into memorial day. and if you are thinking of going over the summit to santa cruz, the long board surf contest will be happening this weekend. it is still going to be cool and breezy with highs in the 60s, and low 70s on memorial day. we'll take a look at more of your destinations and also a look at that seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. go hank you. home for the warriors. the team on the brink of elimination. the major developments that
might help them out. first happening now, a [ inaudible ] from berkeley was lifted because of a nearby gas leak and should stay in phones until further notice. we're tweeting updates about that. and a report shows the tuesday law that crashed while auto pilot mode accelerated before crashing into a fire truck in utah a couple of weeks ago. two people were hurt. line of se.
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we're stag on top of what is trending online and on nbcbayarea.com. >> that is right. mike inouye joins us and he's up in arms about his story. >> up in arms and arms about the octopus race. that is the article we're talking about on the hashtag trending. you have to see this story. you look at the picture, we'll zoom into the website and i have a closer shot up on the screen and we'll show you the brown lob at the bottom. we'll see if we get the video. more proper look at the video coming up. and that brown blob, it looks like a turkey, but it is not, it is an octopus. a 70 pound octopus caught in a crab pot and a fishmonger was called from the dock and he said do you want to buy this? absolutely not. i want to buy it. he bought it for the purpose of setting it free. his name is giovani. it is not a new thing. this is giovani fish market website and you see the octopus,
that is standard. he's always out of stock because he has taken a stance they will not sell october mus. >> why? >> he was diving and they were clever and they were playing games and he said this is an intelligent creature and don't want to sell it at my store and he told me, as we look, this video that i found and my talk with him because i spoke with him just before the show. this is video on the facebook page taken from 2010. it is from the freedom files. and giving him high five. he's in the video and apologize for the quality and her cousin robin is segment free another slightly smaller octopus with just over 30 pounds. this is very sad. it looks like it is struggling in the sand but it was getting pushed back to shore and let t
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>> i'm very sorry. i wish i could rewind back the day -- >> a jailhouse confession from the purse snatcher who stole from a 93-year-old woman in the east bay. and in the process of stealing her purse, the woman fell over and broke her hip. >> will his apology help his case and what other crimes did he admit to? nbc bay area ann cole joins us with the exclusive interview. >> i just tore her purse and ran to the car and took off. >> reporter: admitting guilt.
otto halafihi stole a purse from a 93-year-old who was hurt and still in the hospital with a broken hip. >> it is my fault and what i did was wrong. >> reporter: he said he was hungry and thirsty and needed money for gas and claims he didn't push the victims or mean to hurt them. the other victim from that night spoke on his arrest. >> i hope otto, you never get out and i hope you spend a long, long time in prison so you're never able to do this to anybody ever again. >> reporter: peterson's son said his mother is relieved. >> she hasn't had a lot of tr--o smile in the last few days and today is the first day she said great. >> reporter: he also admitted to stealing from this fremont lowe's and said he robbed another woman in her mid-50s of her purse in san jose two weeks ago. tonight begging for forgiveness from the victims of his most
recent crime. >> i pray to god that you mend and god will heal her and restore her and her strength and everything. and i wouldn't to say that i'm so sorry and ann peterson, i don't mean to do it. >> the family said they only believe he's saying all of that because he's been caught. a group of kindergarten students in the south bay return to class today one day after the arrest of one of their teachers. san jose police arrested this man edward freer king in san jose. investigators say this month he inappropriately touched a 9-year-old student while she helped him set up his classroom. police are now work to find out if there are other victims. and a milpitas high school music teacher facing sexual battery and the accuser is a fellow teacher who is 22. she said he made inappropriate contact with her last year. the investigation started after a former student came forward with similar allegations. at lake merit in oakland, a lot of barbecues using charcoal.
you may recall this viral video when a white woman spent hours pestering two black men using she may have been right, its okay to grill but the use of charcoal is forbidden at certain parts of the lake shore but many people think the woman wildly overreacted to what was after all just a picnic. and as for one of the men in the video, a city council member recommended them to the parks and rec advisory to craft new park rules. he spoke to us yesterday. >> i am here today because i believe that we could use this horrible incident as an opportunity to make some real changes that will benefit all of us and that we will make oakland a welcoming diversity that i have known all my life. >> the city council will vote on that recommendation. since the incident people of all colors have gathered to enjoy company and grill together using charcoal. and the dream of extending
b.a.r.t. to livermore on hold after a big setback for supporters. b.a.r.t. board members voted down the proposed excepti-- ext that would extend from dublin to isabel. the birthday voted it down 5-4. and directors say a livermore extension would take eight years to complete and surpass $1 billion in costs. it said they hope to focus on modernizing the current system. that vote followed some passionate pleas from people who live in livermore. >> i take b.a.r.t. because i think some people are for getting our roads are at a stand-still for most of the day. including saturdays and sundays now. b.a.r.t. is say significant betterment to so many people's lives. >> now while the project appears to be all but dead there isstil. board members voted to pass the project to the tri-valley
regional rail authority and they could pick up the project like vta did in extending b.a.r.t. to san jose. and let's talk about driverless cars. are you ready to get on borpd? some of the brightest minds are in the bay area talking about technology, timing and safety. sergio quintana is at stanford. >> reporter: according to this panel involved in leading the charge in financing and creating self driving car technology, passengers will soon be able to get into a car and tell it where to take them. >> roll speeds at 20 miles per hour downtown, and well mapped areas will see quickly. >> reporter: the technology may soon be here but the industry experts admit the public still has a way to go before feeling comfortable with the idea of driveless cars. >> some companies that are architecting and have very safe vehicle buzz someone else that hasn't done the relative due diligence and goes in and something bad affected the entire industry. >> reporter: today federal investigators released the initial findings in a deadly
crash between an uber driveless test vehicle and a pedestrian. they detected the person pushing a bike six seconds before the collision. but it didn't try to make an emergency stop. it is still unknown how much the public will tolerate this accident and any others. >> clearly if you have a massive accident with other people dying in one particular event, it will likely have negative impact and now you have school shootings and nothing happens. >> the aim of the leaders is so advance the technology so much that people will feel as safe getting into a driverless car as they do getting into a elevator. and one expert believes driverless semi-trucks might be adopted first because there is a need for truck drivers. sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. and a late no-- a late nigh explosion in toronto. two people walked into the restaurant a little after closing time and set off a home
made explosive device. 15 people are hurt and a manhunt is underway to find the two men. and here is how serious it is getting for some people still in the danger zone in hawaii near the kilauea volcano. helicopters are now on stand-by to try to get them out. and that is because lava soon could wipe out the only road to safety for about 1,000 people. the national guard fears those people could become trapped. kilauea started erupting three weeks ago. ireland has one of the most strict abortion laws in the world but that could be about to change. irish voters have cast ballots in a historic referendum that could end the country's near total ban on abortions. nbc lucy cavanaugh reports. >> reporter: this is a vote that has divided the republican of ireland, a bitterly contested campaign with emotions running high on both sides. an abortion debate that has inflamed passions in ireland for decades now comes down to a
single question, yes or no. >> i feel like women should have the choice for a safe abortion, simple as that. >> it needs to remain a country that values the right to life of every unborn child. >> reporter: the eighth amendment to the constitution provides equal rights to the life of a woman and the unborn child and banning abortion. if the amendment is repealed, parliament has promised to draft legislation allowing women access to abortion up to 12 weeks. it is in line with laws in other european countries and unknown numbers of people are forced buy abortion pills online something punishable up to 14 years in prison or travel abroad to seek services. we saw powerful videos on social media of hundreds of irish ex-pats returning from abroad from all over the world to cast their ballot. this is a very significant vote for the country. and one that will decide whether ireland will remain true to its conservative catholic roots or whether it will shed that identity and take another step
toward a more modern and secular future. lucy cavanaugh, nbc news, london. we are just a few hours away from the start of the weekend. kari hall, we have a mixed bag today. >> yeah, we have a lot of clouds rolling by and it is still going to be very cool. as we check out our temperature trend for campbell, we only make it into the mid-60s today and a few peeks of sunshine. we'll get a lot of sun and much warmer temperatures for the weekend. more on that coming up next. we're celebrating two years of fighting for viewers and saving them money. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. our milestones and some recent wins for nbc bay area responds, next.
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it is only 61 degrees as we take a live look outside in belevedere. and you could see the low clouds as we look toward san francisco. the update there, we are seeing the cloudy skies. and there will be a few breaks in the clouds but we can still see the swirl of the clouds and all of the rain that we have across the region. it is going to stay very unsettled for today. and some spotty showers will be possible as we go into the afternoon. as we look at timeline and what to expect, there could be rain here on the radar by about 3:00 today but most of us will be missing out on the rain and then later on tonight there may be a quick line of showers moving through before sunrise and then we'll see the skies clearing out as we go throughout the day. a live look outside in palo alto. fur getting ready to hit the road, it is looking good. and then as we go into the rest of the afternoon, mostly cloudy and our high temperature there only makes it up to about 64 degrees. and we'll be up to 65 in san jose. 66 in concord. and napa looking up to about 65
and upper 50s in san francisco. if you will be traveling, here is a look at what is happening elsewhere across the country. really hot weather for the midwest and humidity causing storms up from chicago down to new orleans. and we've also been watching this tropical system developing around florida that could be moving into the gulf over the next couple of days. as we bring it back home, once again it is cool today. and mostly cloudy but we will be warming up for tomorrow. 74 degrees in concord. and 84 degrees on sunday. and for those memorial day ceremonies, it will be 92 degrees on monday with sunshine. and we're seeing more sunshine for the sierra. we have to work through the showers today and tomorrow. but then by sunday it is looking nice and heavenly will be up to 64 degrees and 71 degrees on monday. for monterey, the california roots festival this weekend. it will still be cool tomorrow and partly cloudy.
65 on sunday. and then 70 and nice on monday. our seven-day forecast shows just how hot it gets for the inland areas on memorial day. up to 90 degrees and then we'll gradually cool it down as we go through next week and by next thursday it is 77 degrees. i'll have another quick look at the forecast coming up later. >> thank you. come up, a woman now the president of the new york stock exchange. we'll talk with her on the floor. coming up after nbc bay area news at 11:00, "access live" followed by "days of our lives" at 1:00 p.m. every fire department every police department
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>> so this is mission control. >> this is mission control. >> it iss incredible to thinkou >> i was just a kid. >> could you have in your wildest dreams imagine you would take this walk as the president of the new york stock exchange. >> back then i want thinking about it i was too raptured. >> the first female president in the 226 year history of the new york stock exchange. >> you must get addicted to the energy. >> how could you not. you bring somebody in like you that hasn't been here before. wow, look at it. and that doesn't go away. i still feel that way when i come in. it is just got a special place in my heart. >> i do look forward to a day when a woman taking a job isn't news worthy but we aren't quite there yet. >> what kind of reaction have you been getting? >> most surprisingly reaction are from so many of the men out there that are reaching out to
me so to say i could tell my daughter in the same day it is realistic she could be the head of the cia or the new york stock exchange as a woman. >> it has to feel good. >> yes. >> and a lot of people notice because wall street is note oreus -- oat orus for being the old boy's club. >> it is very male dommin alted. >> it couldn't have been easy for a young woman on the trading floor. >> i loved it. >> wasn't it a locker room scene. >> there are moments of that, but i will say i drew my boundaries and made it clear as to what is okay and what wasn't okay. >> and what is fascinating about your back ground, you didn't stay on this path. >> i left and went to culinary school and took time off. and the environment in the kitchen is the same to the floor. it is hot in there and the pace is the same. >> what is your message to look at you and see possibility for themselves they might not have
seen before. >> embrace it. embrace ambition. i have been inclined to think i don't want to take that job or put myself federal for it and i've been very fortunate to have mentors that have pushed me. >> did we sell ourself short? >> i think we do. we're less inclined to go out and ask for something. >> you come in at a time of challenge in the sense that so much is digital now. are you confident that you not be presiding over the closing of the stock exchange? >> yes. i am very confident. >> we process 50 billion messages a day. to put that in scale i red there were 3.5 billion google searches in a day so i'm ready for the future. >> and just as cunningham is settling into her new role, wall street girl statue, a symbol of female empowerment is getting a new home. she will no longer face the bull. but reside in front of the new york stock exchange. >> for a lot of people, you are the fearless girl. >> there are so many fearless girls in all of us out there and just tapping into that is really
important. just finding that spirit where you are willing to go on and take on the world and we have to be doing that. >> well congratulations to her. we should point out now, both of the major equities markets are run by women. the nasdaq is headed by adina freedman and she's been in charge there since january of 2017. >> and everything is just fine. we'll be right back. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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married. the contra costa recorder is offering this special new wedding venue for couples who want to exchange vows but it is only for today. and you will have to go for a bit of a hike so perfect if you are into that. the summit of mt. diablo. the clerk's office is partnering with the state park service to officiate weddings on the summit observation deck. i saw this a couple of days and i thought, that might be nice. >> it might be nice. you have a -- to imagine six or seven hours of sunlight. >> but once you get up there, will you see anything because of the clouds down there. and it is going to be mostly cloudy and you may even run into some showers. so not the perfect weather for a wegd but it is much nicer for the rest of the weekend. >> and grandma is like -- ah -- >> the whole family up there. >> thanks for joining us. our newscast is at 5:00. scott and i will be with you on monday morning. >> see you monday.
. we are live in five, four, three, two, one! >> i still love it. it has been a week full of royal love. look at that kiss. happy friday. natalie is on vacation, nina parker and mike is joining me now t you guys ready to do this? >> absolutely. >> first topic, nearly a week. 29 million people in the watched alone as prince harry and meghan markle got married. my favorite part of the wedding was.