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emergency -- seconds can right now at 11:00, when you need help in an emergency, seconds can mean the difference between life and death. now san francisco is spending millions to decrease response time and make sure their fire department is fully equipped. good morning and thank you for joining our midday newscast. i'm markus washington. >> and i'm laura garcia. when it comes to the city's response to emergencies, this is an issue extensively that officials have raised in the past. we are joined live now with what the city is planning on doing. pete? >> reporter: yeah, good morning,
and mayor mark farrell wrapping up a meeting talking about the thousands of dollars they plan to spend to help out with emergencies of residents in san francisco. when you hear the big money, you ask, where is that money employing? it's $44 million over the next two years, and it will include money going towards 90 new dispamperdi dispatche dispatchers. they're going to put money toward that investment over the next two years, and they also want to upgrade the 911 call center. they want up to grade the dispatch floor with new stations, they want to have protection in place as well for continuous electricity in the case of loss of power. also, there is going to be a medical assistance response team. $1.5 million will go towards this. this will essentially be a 24/7 response team for emergencies not exactly reaching the threshold of needing an
ambulance or fire engine. also there is going to be upgrades to firefighter trucks as well as other equipment, not to mention a watch center that will be in place as a pilot program for comprehensive emergency and disaster coordination around the city of san francisco. now, here's the mayor moments ago explaining why all these investments i just mentioned are needed in the city. >> as mayor of the city, it is one of our core responsibilities as a government to provide public safety to our residents and preparedness for any emergencies that come about. both these issues have and will be a top priority of mine. anyone calling 911 in our city needs to make sure that there's a live person on the other end of the line when they make that phone call. it is sometimes a matter between life and death. >> now, our viewers might remember this. this is a piece from back in january of last year by our investigative unit on issues of response time for emergencies in san francisco, including
ambulances taking twice as long as expected to get to some scenes, or in some cases ambulances were not available at all. now, in may of last year, you also had supervisor aaron peskin and san francisco calling for a hearing addressing staffing shortages at the city's 911 dispatch center after a massive fire knocked out power for 80,000 pg ae customers. it appears the more help the more better, at least over the next two years to deal with this problem. we're live in san francisco. pete suratos. just like pete mentioned, our investigative unit found for one call in january of last year, it took more than 20 minutes for an ambulance to arrive. you should watch our report on nbcbayarea.com. ro serksseanne responding a
blaming ambien for her tweets. abc pulling reruns of the original roseanne. they ler kthat abc does not tolerate comments made by those of roseanne. gee, the horrible comments made about me on abc. maybe i just didn't get the call? here's nbc's craig melvin. >> reporter: overnight barr returned to twitter sending out several apologies, saying, don't feel sorry for me, guys. my words meant hundreds of people losing jobs. it was 2:00 in the morning, and i was ambien tweeting. then she claimed the comment wasn't racist.
>> what's up, deplorable? >> it all stems from an early tuesday morning tweet storm, barr replying to a tweet about the obama conspiracy theory, writing this about former adviser jarrett. jarrett addressed the tweet during a planned msnbc town hall on racism in america tuesday night. >> first of all, i think we have to turn it into a teaching moment. i'm fine. >> hours after tuesday's post, barr tweeted an apology for making a bad joke and declared that she is now leaving twitter. but those tweets did little to calm the firestorm already ablaze. hours later abc canceled the hit show. the network's entertainment president writing, barr's statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values. some are praising the station for dropping the sitcom, while others say the network should
have seen it coming. barr has repeatedly tweeted conspiracy theories about parkland shooting survivors, and most recently chelsea clinton, saying the former first daughter was married to a nephew of george sores. and when she was corrected, she took another shot. she tweeted several more apologies. wanda sykes announced she was quitting the show. the latest season has tackled hot button issues head on. barr has been an outspoken supporter of president trump and brought her politics to the show. >> but most of all, lord, thank you for making america great again! >> reporter: trump has previously praised the show's ratings. at a political rally tuesday night, the president did not address the actress or the tweet. now, just months after barr's return to the spotlight, an abrupt ending to her show and possibly her tv career.
>> craig melvin reporting there. so the maker of ambien sent out this tweet this morning saying, while all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any sanofi medication. while it was the most watched series on tv, another season was already in the works. roseanne barr said she would give her side of the story on a radio show this weekend. we want to know what you think. head over to our facebook page and post your opinion. you can find us at nbc bay area. an inclement weather forecast cooling down after the recent hot temperatures, but it won't last for long. 90s will return this weekend. >> a live look now at richmond and dublin. you can't see, but it probably feels a little warm out there.
meteorologist kari hall tracking it. >> now we have clouds when it was just as clear as far as the eye could see. even some mist and drizzle will keep it cool. we're at 56 degrees in san francisco, 59 in oakland. fairfield, napa as well as santa rosa, it is 54 degrees, and check out the temperature change from 24 hours ago. hard to believe we are now 22 degrees do recacooler in liver than yesterday at this time. if you're going out in walnut creek, it will be in the mid to upper 60s as we go into the afternoon. really nice, but as you said, a lot of changes on the way. i'll have that coming up in just a few minutes. the president speaking out about his attorney general, jeff sessions. >> scott mcgrew, the president, says he wishes he had picked somebody else. >> he said that in a tweet as well this morning. remember, jeff sessions recused himself from the investigation into trump's 2016 campaign
because sessions took part in the campaign. he said at the time it wouldn't be right to be in charge of investigating something that he took part in and, indeed, the law says the same. we know the president has been very angry about that recusal. the president took it farther today tweeting in part, senator sessions, why didn't you tell me before i picked you? there are lots of really good lawyers in the country. he could have picked somebody else and i wish i did. that tweet came after the president watched an interview on fox news with trey gowdy, a tea party congressman, who has been in the past on the president's side. gowdy spoke about jeff sessions. the president agreed with gowdy's comments there. even tweeted some of them he saw on news, but then gowdy said he didn't agree with the presidenlaimt's chat a spy was in the trump campaign. that's a narrative the president has been pushing for some time. he even calls it spygate. but he's not getting much traction. mr. trump didn't tweet anything about that part of the
interview. also new this morning, the president's personal attorney michael cohen is in court. ahead of the hearing, the special master who was appointed by the court to determine what is and is not protected by attorney/client privilege said a million documents on his cell phone and other electronic equipment can be sent to prosecutors. we have no idea what's in those documents, we just know there are a lot of them. >> no kidding. imagine sorting through all that. >> apparently there is some shredded ones, too, so imagine sorting through that. >> a lot will be revealed. thank you. to decision 2018, election day sles this less than a week . it's tuesday, if you didn't know. the nbc bay area team is making it easy for you to check out the
campaign. we will rebroadcast the governor debate. you can watch the top six candidates give their take on issues that affect all of us. where you'll pay more for water. where you can make your voice heard before the big price hike. what a woman found on her doorstep. looking at this, you know what i'm talking about. on social media pages, some people still getting calls from the irs. they aren't real. here's chris gamora with what you can do. >> let's avoid those tax scams. first, contact from the irs will always be by mail. however, they might call, but after they've sent a letter. the irs will never contact you through social media. be suspicious if you're pressured to act quickly. the irs will always give you time to ask questions or appeal what you owe. if the caller yells, kurcurses threatens to have you arrested or deported, hang up.
it's not the irs. the irs will never demand you pay by wire transfer, gift cards, or prepaid debit cards. you will always be notified before the irs sends your account to a collection agency. the irs and private debt collectors will never ask for your credit card information over the phone. if you aren't sure about something, check out irs.gov. have a problem or a tip? give us a call. or submit on line. we respond to every call and inquiry. california is exposed to contaminated drinking water. >> this shouldn't be happening in a city this size. >> do you smell that? >> this is coming in your
young people are the group getting hit the hardest. in fact, take a look at this graph. the most common type of infections are four times more frequent than they were in 2010. now, we looked into why this is happening. the most common infections are up, especially in people ages 15 to 25. the county blames app-based and online dating and changing social networks, but also a decrease in std clinics. others accuse substance and buice, and an exchange of sex for shelter, food and drugs. they are working with emergency rooms to improve testing and they're working with physicians to make sure they're screening for stis. opening bell there at the new york stock exchange. right now the dow and s&p 500,
nasdaq all up 400 points as banks rebound. small caps hit new record. while consumer confidence is bouncing back, there was a small decline in april, but experts say we felt more optimistic this month. the index which measures current economic conditions and consumer expectations for the next six months rose to 128. the highest reading since november 2000. >> you won't find certain paint thinners at lowe's soon. the home retailer says it will remove paint thinners with certain chemicals by the end of the year. they've been urging the epa to ban ethyl chloride and mmp. dozens of deaths have been linked to those chemicals. happening today, you have a chance to speak about the proposed water rate hike. some say the money is needed to upgrade its infrastructure. the public utilities company has
to approve that increase. more details now for you. suddenly water has been raising rates steadily for some time now. between 2016 and this year, bills have gone up by more than $17 per month. if the new rate hike is approved for 2020, users will spend more than they did just five years ago. the department of transportation released a photo of one of its trucks swept away overnight. take a look at that. heavy rain and flash flooding, massive landslides there in mcdowell county. this is south carolina. several are under a mandatory evacuation order. nbc's ariel plasencia is on-site. >> reporter: good afternoon.
i'm ariel plasencia. what a sight. a mudslide has taken out the westbound lane and eastbound lane of i-40. this area has already seen so much rain, that now a big area and place of concern is the dam. we know they issued mandatory evacuations for those living downstream, and almost 200 people sought shelter in two different locations in the city of maryland. i talked to those two shelters. they say they have been given the all-clear. reside may go home, but they'll remain open just in case anybody needs them. schools canceled classes today saying the road conditions are just too dangerous. as for those lanes of traffic here, they will not reopen until friday at 1:00 a.m. i'm ariel plasencia, nbc news. maybe you've seen them with the weather heating up, snakes coming out of hiding, and that includes rattlesnakes. pest control companies say
they're getting more calls this year about rattlers. someone in volusia found three on her doorstep. they didn't bother anyone. they were removed safely. the men removing them said as temperatures rise, snakes will find somewhere to cool. >> it will die from overheating. >> i have a little ivy on the side. maybe i need to cut more of that ivy out. >> the neighbor says she's not scared by the snake problem, but it is a reminder for her to keep her own yard clean. everyone, really. be careful when you're out there hiking as well. >> i know from experience. definitely with this cooldown we're facing, hopefully they'll stay away from my home. >> we know that will not be for long because we have a lot of change here over the next few days. it's coo now, but this will be for just a couple of days as we see a live look outside in san francisco. we have some clouds. a bit of a mix of some high and low clouds as this weather
system moves in and drops our temperatures. looking live in sunol, we have some clouds rolling by. in sunnyvale for the rest of the afternoon, it's going to be a big change from yesterday. only reaching 71 degrees at 3:00 today, and average is 77, but we are not going to be there after being well above average yesterday. and we are seeing the clouds moving in with this fairly weak system moving in, but strong in terms of temperatures because we've had a significant drop today, and we're still at 65 degrees in san jose, low 60s in livermore and in palo alto. in oakland it is now 69 degrees and we've had a big, drastic change in temperatures from yesterday. it's 2 2 degrees cooler now in livermore, while the coast is
about four to nine degrees cooler than yesterday. inland you'll feel much more of a difference and highs today reaching into the low 70s in morgan hill and some low to mid-70s for much of the east bay. oakland we're looking at a high of 64 degrees and some breezy winds coming in from the southwest. for half moon bay, 66 degrees and redwood city. low 70s in napa. in santa rosa, expect a high of 71 degrees. it's also going to be windy. winds rushing in from the west and northwest at about 15 to 20 miles per hour. there could be some gusts up to 30 miles per hour today, and tomorrow just as windy as we keep these cool temperatures and a strong onshore flow into tomorrow evening. if you're going out to the a's game tonight at the coliseum, it's only going to start out in the upper 50s and then come down into the mid-50s with a few more clouds. we talked about this. be careful out there on the hiking trails.
in the north bay it's going to be nice and comfortable and breezy. at times gusts up to 30 miles an hour there and highs up to 73 degrees. so we have a lot of changes here. upper 60s tomorrow, low 80s friday, low 90s saturday. still on this roller coaster, and it's a reminder you nee to check the forecast every day to be prepared for what's ahead this time of year. laura, marcus? >> exactly. cancer concerns leading to changes for doctors and you. when you should now get tested. happening now, a really bizarre story sounds like the plot of a movie. a russian journalist reportedly murdered in ukraine returned alive at a press conference. it appears he faked his own death to help thwart a plot to
kill him. we put the story on our nbc bay twitter feed. we're back right after the break. to keep student athletes . and - keeping quiet. our consumer investigator looks into confidentiality agreements. what you need to consider - before signing. )today in the bay ) - 4:30 to . good morning, it )s 7:26... good morning, it )s 7:26... when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work.
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does not have to be a colonoscopy, it can be a different, less intense or invasive test. but take your test. it's so important. in fact, yesterday i helped host a big event sponsoring the colorectal conference awareness. it was at the rosewood and they gave a fashion show featuring some of the stanford athletes volunteering their time. you can even see my post on facebook. follow me, laura garcia. of course we're staying on top of what's trending on line and on nbcbayarea.com. >> the bay area is crazy about the local competitors and the quest for the championship, you guys. of course, i'm talking about the national spelling bee. what else would we be talking about? on our website we're talking about also the 16 spellers in d.c. right now. he's from san jose, he goes to
school in san jose. the bottom talks about drawayne "the rock" johnson. mark salama here. he's at 12 years old. he's also in the sixth grade. his favorite movie, "star wars 8." that's vintage for him. caitlin higuchi. she skipped the eighth grade. these are typical kids. anita beroza from beaumont over on the peninsula. her favorite book is "animal farm" which i actually don't remember reading. there's also "1984" where they had big brothers. you can actually watch them in the finals tomorrow, the
remaining players. you can watch round by round and see what they spelled and what they spelled incorrectly over on the website and then you can pretend you knew how to spell it. >> i wonder what their favorite words are. >> if they get eliminated, probably not that one. >> but they'll never forget it, most likely. >> did you guys ever compete in spelling? >> i did. i didn't get to that level, but i did okay statewide. >> we'll have to have a poll on the newschannel. you can see all our top stories updated on nbcbayarea.com. coming up here, backlash over a passenger getting questioned about her baby at the airport.
ag welcome back, everyone. a coaching moment. that's what southwest airlines is now calling an exchange between a ticketing agent and a cal woman's basketball coach tied to her young racial son. >> checking in for a southwest airlines flight from denver to oakland, cal berkeley basketball coach lindsey gottlieb got on social media to tell the airlines she felt an employee discriminated against her family saying in part, ticket personnel told me i had to prove he was my son, despite having his passport. she said it was because we have different last names. my guess is because he has a different skin color. gottlieb has a biracial child with her fiance. she didn't want to talk on camera but said the situation felt wrong. southwest is apologizing and calling it a coaching moment. it does have a policy of verifying a child is under two by asking for a birth certificate and government i.d.
gottlieb said she was asked for both. >> whether or not this employee was intentionally discriminating or whether or not this employee was just being extra diligent. >> u.s. professor james taylor says people are shining a light on injustice of corporations to respond. >> everyone is on edge around these kind of issues, and i think what she was trying to do was soften the edges for other people who have to live with this on a daily basis. >> reporter: at the oakland airport, passengers applaud gottlieb for speaking up. >> i think there are a lot of things that are policy, but you don't really know at the end of the day what someone's real motives are. >> maybe this is a wake-up call for southwest. well, just in, we are learning new details of that massive construction fire up in concord. you may remember seeing this
video we showed for several days. investigators now say that fire was arson. the damage is more than $55 million. five-story complex of more than 180 apartments destroyed. jodi hernandez is following this story. she'll have the latest for us at 5:00 and 6:00. you can follow her on twitter. that's jamiehernandez tv. a gofundme page has been set up for a teenage boy slipping in and out of a coma. alex was one of three boys in a house. a man came in where the boys were sleeping, beat them with a hammer, stole things from the garage and drove off. here's what the fbi is telling us about the victims. >> right now one of the victims is unable to talk in the hospital in critical condition. the other two have very bad injuries as well. some of the information we have is limited. >> they have no solid leads on the suspects. well, today santa clara
county will talk about adding a full-time gun investigator. this is on the agenda for supervisors tonight. that goal, to quickly investigate and solve shooting cases. our investigative unit reported last week there is a high-tech way to connect guns and shell casings to unsolved crimes. but many california law enforcement agencies just aren't using the technology. this all boils down to lack of resources. the person who gets this new job will lead and organize that effort to connect evidence to crimes. be sure to watch our investigation behind-the-scenes look on how the technology works. this is all available on nbcbayarea.com. lorenzo high school will return to class after a frightening ordeal. a student was arrested for bringing a gun to school yesterday. you can see it here. the sheriff's department says students, staff and resource officers worked together to make sure the situation ended safely. a disturbing story out of
roseville. it may make you watch your kids more closely the next time you go to a water park. police arrested seven men accused of inappropriately touching several girls, one victim under the age of 14. this happened on memorial day at golfland sunset park. police praised the kids' quick actions. >> the kids involved in this incident reported it to on-site security. on-site security immediately reported it to the police department. >> these guys were -- i think they were acting out because they were getting saved in all the pools. i don't know if they could swim, they acted like they couldn't swim. >> of course the water park says it has never seen anything like this before. >> always watch your kids. the situation in hawaii is getting worse this morning. at least 71 homes are now gone as the kilauea volcano continues to erupt on the big island.
fast-moving lava in neighborhoods and streets right now. at least eight separate fissures are active. a top marine official is on his way to new york to hope to try to salvage the meeting between kim jong-un and president trump. >> he's on his way to the united states to meet with secretary of state mike pompeo. general kim is a former spy chief who has served all three former leaders, and they suspect he might be carrying a letter from kim jong-un to president trump. this is a sign that north korea is serious about moving things forward. however, that does not mean there is any guarantee. importantly, talks are continuing today at the dmz between korean officials who are trying to come up with an agenda for the summit, something they can hold up as an agreement or
framework or joint statement. anything short of that, it might look like a disappointment. it's going to be difficult in light, especially, of this cia assessment that says that north korea is not going to give up its nuclear arsenal any time soon, casting doubt on president trump's goal of complete denuclearization. janis mackey-freyer, nbc news. mexico tweeted, mexico will never pay for a wall, not now, not ever, sincerely, mexico. all of us. details on who might replace a disgruntled city councilmember. he resigned after sexual
harrassment allegations. the council will pick a replacement based on applications and interviews. nadeem has run for city council several times and lost. if he gets the job, they said he would be one of the first non-white counselors in a city which is less than a half wide. people can apply for that job until tuesday. they hold interviews until june 12. they will elect a new permanent counselor in november. still no decision about santa fe's superintendent. the board debated whether to fire bower. they say they're fighting for her job. the mayor said bower came under fire after she started investigating the board's alleged conflict of interest in issuing construction contracts to del terra real estate. officially the death toll in puerto rico from hurricane maria is 46. but a new harvard university
study estimates the death toll is closer to 4600. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in san juan with eye-opening news. >> reporter: it has been more than eight months since hurricane maria ripped through this island. while the capital city is back up and running, some mountain towns are still without power. now a new report suggests a staggering statistic that more than 4,000 people may have died here. this morning mounting anger in puerto rico over the government's response to hurricane maria. harvard researchers now estimating 4600 people died because of little access to power or medical care during the storm's aftermath. that's dramatically higher than the official count of 64. the harvard researchers chose randomly chosen household. they admit their number is an estimate, but they think the estimate is actually low. as we saw recently, some mountain towns are still without power. >> a lot of people are struggling. >> reporter: back in october, president trump praised the
federal response, noting the low death toll compared to hurricane katrina. back then we pressed puerto rico's governor repeatedly about whether deaths were underreported. >> we've been very rigorous, and it's important to state. >> reporter: but there are doubts that the island is ready for hurricane season which starts friday. hernando has been living in a hotel in florida since maria devastated his home, but he doesn't want to go back. he doesn't think enough has been done to repair the destruction. >> what have they done or what are they going to do to make this better? >> reporter: he is one of many people still scraping by on fema assistance. the governor here says local officials have learned a lot from the recovery and have new plans in place to distribute supplies. critics argue that another major storm would decimate the electrical grid here again. nbc's gabe gutierrez, san juan,
puerto rico. have you seen the story on line yet today? philadelphia 76ers basketball team investigating their own president. he allegedly bashed players on twitter anonymously. s namis bri colangelo. they say he took shots on players. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> a live look right here. oracle arena. game one of the finals is tomorrow night. >> are you ready to pay? >> not this much. we found courtside seats for as much as $59,000 apiece. the cheapest seats are $400. a crew dressing up the oracle. tomorrow, tipoff is 6:00 p.m. so we're ready for a win. >> i'm ready to sit on my couch ask watch it. here's a look at our forecast. will the air-conditioning be on
or not? >> not today. we've got natural air-conditioning for today. breezy winds, a lot of sunshine. we're getting that sun kind of peeking through those clouds. we're reaching into the mid-60s today in palo alto, coming down from those 80s and 90s we had inland yesterday. we will talk about more changes ahead in the forecast, coming up next. if you fell for a scam, uncle sam might have some money for you. but you've got to hurry. i'm consumer investigator chris gamora. nbc bay area responds, next. we all know guys like gavin...
boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted off..to hawaii." gavin's not gonna work... as governor. we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year
and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned. the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner.
if you )ve ever wired money to a scammer, consumer investigator chris chmura says you have one more day to possibly get some of it back. toss to kari. the deadline is tomorrow to apply for your share of a billion-dollar fund. they accused western union of turning a blind eye to scammers who reportedly using their service for fraud. some accused of wrongdoing settled. that settlement resulted in a pot of $586 million to compensate people who fell for scams. they mailed half a million letters to potential fraud victims, but even if you didn't get a form in the mail, you can still apply on line through tomorrow night. the website is
westernunionremissi westernunionremission.com. you'll have to apply for the date of your loss as well as documentation. so give yourselfle time to complete the application before the deadline tomorrow at midnight. we put a link to the settlement application on our website, nbcbayarea.com/responds. that's also where you can tip us off to our next story or you can call us. the number the 1-888-96-tips. we're in the cool phase and we're going to hang out here for a couple of days. >> can we stay here? >> i'd like to stay here, but you know what, i think there is other plans in store for us. let's get a look outside right now, and what we are seeing here on the satellite radar showing that we do have a lot more clouds moving in, all because we do have a cold front that's been moving in across the bay area. so as we go out and about, we're going to see the sun kind of
peeking in the clouds. we're seeing that right now as we take a live look outside in san jose. now, we are going to see some sunshine, a little bit more as the day goes along, and some warming temperatures. the camera kind of shaking around here in fremont. you can tell those winds are kind of rocking the camera around, so it is going to be windy throughout the day with all of this cool weather that we have right now. 62 degrees in livermore and also in palo alto. oakland 59 degrees, and we're at 60 now in san francisco. and it's a drastic change from the heat we had yesterday where now we are 20 degrees cooler in concord and morgan hill, and 22 degrees lower now than 24 hours ago in livermore. most of the bay area anywhere from 4 to about 15 degrees cooler than yesterday. we're going to bring youk much below where we even should be for this time of year. look at the difference between yesterday where in concord we made it up to 95 degrees to 73
degrees for today. so a big change here. also once again breezy as we check out our temperature trend for fremont. upper 60s for the rest of the day, and then cooling down nicely. upper 50s for tonight. martinez, where yelled we were hitting 90, will not make it up to 70 today and it's going to be windy, especially throughout the delta and through fairfield as well, those winds picking up at about 30 miles per hour and it's going to stay breezy for tonight and into the day tomorrow. as we look ahead to today, if you are thinking of going to the beach, keep in mindanta cruz will only be in the mid-60s today, but as we make weekend plans, check out napa going from 82 on friday to 94 degrees on sunday. inland areas are going to go from the 60s tomorrow to 80 on friday and 93 degrees on saturday, so you just got to be ready for anything and make sure you keep checking with me because every single day our
weather is going to be changing. a lot of temperature swings here over the next several days, lawy laura, marcus. coming up, we have a story that will make you bay area proud. >> thank you so much. thank you so much for having all this available. >> after having his baseball mitt stolen, they turn to an unlikely place for help. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it.
and end in greatness. our next story though is about an operation two brothers run that has never left the there are a lot of silicon stories that begin in a garage and end in greatness. >> the next story is about an operation two brothers run that has never left the garage, but still doing great things. we're here with their story in tonight's bay area proud. >> reporter: in jordan and ma matthew loeffler ever tell you something, it's a good idea to
believe them. they once told me years ago they saw themselves doing good work for years to come. and they have. >> we're going to take -- definitely take the mitts. >> reporter: in the roughly 50 miles that separate the triangle from this san jose garage, there are a whole lot of places one can find baseball equipment. but the special type of kindness that comes with these cleats is well worth the journey. >> thank you so much. thank you so much for having all this available. >> reporter: at least it was for eddie agustus. he's the director for richmond college prep. he made the drive to see the loefflers because while his school was on spring break, thieves broke into a storage unit and stole everything they had. >> our bats, our mitts, our
balls, gone. >> reporter: he reached out for help to a friend who used to play professional baseball, and he told him about these brothers. within a few weeks of eddie hearing their names, he was filling his car with much needed free gear. we, on the other hand, have known about jordan and matthew a bit longer. six years ago we shared the story of two teenagers with a simple idea. collect used baseball gear from people who no longer needed it and give it to those who did. they called it baseball buddies. >> it's just amazing to see how such a small idea that we had to help the local community became what we're doing now. >> reporter: jordan and matthew regularly take in donations from around the bay area and the country and send them around the world. >> i think we've shipped probably several tons' worth of equipment throughout the seven, eight years we've been doing this. >> it's been a lot.
>> reporter: a pickup order like this, though, is even more special for the brothers, knowing their work is helping someone in their backyard. and both can't wait to drive those 50 miles back to richmond to see their generosity take the field. jordan and matthew are not only heading to richmond to see the gear in action, they've offered to hold a clinic for the players as well. garvin thomas, nbc bay area news. >> great story there. >> we'll be right back. great am!
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