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people still celebrating "pride"... well after the right now, it's a party in san francisco. people still celebrating pride well after the parade. a new development in a neighborhood dispute that's gone viral. what the young girl involved in the encounter did today. first we continue to track fire danger not just the bay area. a large fire continues to tear through communities north of us. >> the news starts right now. thank you for joining us. a bit of a cooldown after yesterday's sweltering temperatures. some places still dealt with heat approaching 90s. >> a look over dublin, one of the hottest areas today.
still a lot of concern about the breezy and dry conditions. >> the red flag washirning will remain in effect. we are dealing with breezy conditions, ranging from 15 to 30 miles per hour into the overnight hours. we will keep a close eye on that. conditions are on the breezy side. i want to give you an outlook of the current temperatures. 84 in livermore. san francisco, 77. are you ready to see the temperature difference? 24-hour temperature change. look at this. we are running 16 degrees cooler at this hour in livermore. concord, 24 degrees cooler at this hour than we were yesterday. our daytime highs very significant in terms of the cooling trend thanks to the nice onshore breeze that we were tracking. we have a sea breeze. santa rosa, 33 degrees cooler at
this hour. it will help with some of the grass fires. we are dealing with low humidity. i will have a look at your monday forecast coming up. breaking news, north of the bay area. flames burning out of control and destroying homes. we just learned that this fire has doubled in size. it's now burned 3,000 acres. this wildfire is being dubbed the pawnee fire. it broke out yesterday afternoon. the fire grew rapidly overnight. a dozen homes have been destroyed. 600 are threatened. skyranger was over the scene today. everyone in the spring valley community, about 840 people, have been told to get out. many people saying they have never seen a fire like this. a shelter for evacuees has been set up at a local high school. so far, no injuries have been reported. people in sonoma county have reported smelling smoke from the
fire. we will continue to monitor the fire on air and online. you can check for the latest updates. at 5:00, video from the fire line and reaction from people in the community. crews were leaving early this morning to battle the pawnee fire. firefighters are on the team. you can track the rising temperatures and fire danger with our app. get the information you want on the weather for your neighborhood or anywhere else. returning to our coverage of a neighborhood dispute that has gone viral. a girl selling water near san francisco's at&t park ignited a national controversy this weekend. it's not over. today, the 8-year-old was back out selling water. she's trying to earn money to go to disneyland and help her mom who lost her job. on friday night, a woman who lives nearby asked for her permit allowing her to sell water and called police.
many have dubbed her permit patty. she said the girl had been yelling for hours disturbing her work. >> we have been out here before with my nieces who are full white. she didn't come out here. they were being way louder than jordan was by herself. she didn't come out. >> the backlash has been swift and harsh. she says it had nothing to do with race. it was enough for one company to stop carrying her products. coming up at 11:00, nbc has gotten an exclusive interview with the woman who reportedly called police. you can hear her side of the story for first time in her first sit-down tv interview tonight on nbc bay area news at 11:00. a day of pride in san francisco. huge crowds flocked to the city for the annual pride parade.
more than 1.5 million people attended pride events this year. celebrations still under way at the civic center plaza. that's where we have tom jensen live this afternoon. >> reporter: it was another beautiful day out here. massive crowds demonstrating peacefully with pride. it's a celebration of gay pride that began in 1970 and has grown from a few thousand to possibly close to 2 million this year. >> the spirit is just -- it's like it has never been. >> i'm so proud to be a queer senior. i'm proud we can celebrate all of the work that he and i did as youth. >> reporter: local politicians say it's a celebration of rights that has to be protected, because lgbtq rights are under attack. >> we will fight for the better of who we are. this is about love of country. let's be clear about this. this is about fighting for the ideals of our country.
>> it's a special place. that's something that's important to defend and export, particularly in contrast to trump. >> they know that we don't agonize, we organize. >> reporter: a huge and friendly crowd supporting the fight for equality, to support free expression and celebrate a city which led the way in gay rights. >> to stand up for what we believe in and what we think is right. >> we should be able to embrace who we are and love everyone and support everyone around us, regardless of our orientation, our belief or color of our skin. >> reporter: it's not just the crowds that are growing out here. so are the number of participants marching, walking in the parade. a record 275 this year. live if san francisco, thom jensen. >> follow us at nbc bay area to see more videos and photos from pride, on facebook and twitter. check out the behind the scenes
action as our nbc bay area team gets ready to ride out nbc float. we want to see your photos as well. tweet us. i'm here today because the president of the united states is immoral. i'm here today because the president of the united states is inhumane. >> demanding the immediate reuniting of migrant families, the end of family detention rally held today in texas. demonstrators gathered at the tent city where migrant children are being held. many people wanting answers and results in the wake of president trump's decision to end the policy separating families, hundreds of migrant children haven't been reunited with their parents. today, president trump creating more waves with a twitter post. jennifer johnson has the story from washington. >> reporter: protesters in texas where migrant children are being held demanding they be reunited with their parents. >> it's not right. it's immoral.
>> reporter: one of several protests across the u.s. >> i'm a proud american. but i'm ashamed of my president. >> reporter: over 2,000 children are now in federally funded facilities across the country, many separated from their parents at the border. some parents already deported. the senate's top democrat is demanding the trump administration appoint a czar. >> the situation created by zero tolerance has left many with zero confidence that the administration will be able to quickly unite the kids. >> reporter: president trump said we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country, those who do should be sent back without a court hearing. the president told republicans not to waste their time on immigration reform until after the november election. the house and senate are moving forward. >> i did talk to the white house yesterday. they say the president still is 100% behind us. >> reporter: our lawmakers daughter that. >> they had the wall in their hand. they let it go because they
wanted more. that's one of the problems is. >> reporter: lawmakers say they will do a smaller bill. a kcomprehensive bill is being worked on. the house is expected to vote on its immigration bill later this week. jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. this just in. a teenage boy has run away from a migrant shelter in brownville, texas. that's on the gulf coast next to the mexico border. according to gabe gut aierez, police say the 15-year-old ran away yesterday afternoon. sources say the boy is now in mexico. continuing coverage of the immigration crisis coming up on "nightly news." the president calling the u.s. immigration policy a quote, joke. "nightly news" begins after this newscast. still ahead, a major milestone overseas in women's rights.
a major step in women's rights. saudi arabia lifted its ban on women driving. >> women were only allowed to sit in the back seat of the vehicle. >> reporter: it's the start of a new era here in saudi arabia today. women actually driving themselves to work for the first time. after a decade ban on women drivers was lifted. >> excited i can drive myself around. not wait for a driver. >> reporter: it happened at a stroke after midnight last moth
the wheel taking their own victory lap. >> it's way different from the back of the seat. i'm just so happy. my eyes are everywhere. >> reporter: one woman told me it was like women's new year in saudi arabia. even a billionaire crown prince was out driving with his daughter in the driver's seat. he said, saudi arabia has now entered the 21st century. this is all part of the crown prince's plan to modernize the economy, modernize society. while it's true that women still need a male guardian's permission to get a passport, to travel abroad, to get married for the first time, the things are starting to change. women no longer need that permission to go to work. it's not a legal requirement. they don't need it to get a driver's license and hit the
road. a truly new era here in saudi arabia. nbc news, riyadh. still ahead, overcoming extreme odds. >> we will introduce you to an east bay woman who isn't backing down from a long string of challenges to make her dreams come true. it's a story that will make you bay area proud. we hit triple digits yesterday. we had a significant drop in terms of temperatures but still warm at 82 degrees. another cooldown on the way or are we tracking more heat? details coming up. anyone to ove
5. her dad during her first year in college. you would think learning that her kidneys were failing might make her want to give up. turns out to be just the opposite. for someone who grew up in foster care with precious few good family role models, she seemed to have figured out how to be a great one. >> you learn along the way. you learn what you don't want to have. >> reporter: witness what she does three times a week for her friend. driving her to her dialysis treatment. keeping her company. >> she doesn't have many people in her life. >> reporter: meshe's a child of the foster care children. their chosen family is what these two call each other. being there in good times and bad. for miriam, things are rocky
right now. >> i do have rough days. for the main part, most part, i'm very positive. >> reporter: her condition is that both her kidneys have failed. it happened her sophomore year at uc berkeley. it didn't stop her from graduating. many fact, she wants to go to law school. she holds down a full-time job in a law firm and uses the endless hours on dialysis to study. >> i like to advocate and mediate family conflicts. i think that i was put on this earth to do that. it would be a travesty if i were to give up now. >> reporter: it appears a lot of people feel that way. this woman works with a program that guide foster children through their time at cal. even though miriam is no longer
in school, they are helping to raise money when and if she gets a transplant. as for raising her spirits in the meantime, they're doing a good job of that as well. she doesn't know when a transplant may come, she says she's considered a good candidate. she plans on taking the lsat's in september and going to law school the following fall. >> do you have a story idea for our bay area proud series? let garvin know on his facebook page. leave him a comment, a story idea. another hot day but not as hot as yesterday. >> yesterday, we were -- >> we hit a high of 108. the interior valleys got up there in terms of the temperatures. today, we did climb into the upper 80s. we noticed a significant drop thanks to a weakening ridge of
high pressure and an onshore flow. what does that mean? the ridge of high pressure that warmed us up thanks to offshore winds is trekking out of the area. it's dominated by an onshore flow. temperatures right now, livermore, 84. i want to show you the 24 hour temperature change. it's significant. look at your screen right now. santa rosa, 33 degrees cooler at this hour than yesterday. livermore, 16 degrees cooler. san jose, 15 degrees cooler. the coastline was fairly cool the most part of the day. we did start off with a cloudy start. that's why there was no significant change in terms of the coastline. i want to show you a comparison of what we saw yesterday compared to what we are seeing today. novato yesterday, 108. today, 81 degrees. that's about a 20-degree difference in terms of the daytime highs.
pleasanton, yesterday, 106. today, 84. concord, yesterday 105. today, 82. you probably definitely felt the change. tonight we still have that red flag warning that will remain in place through 8:00 p.m. the reason is because we are tracking windy conditions for the hilltop areas. the air quality is better. moderate in the north bay and south bay because of the alert no longer in effect. i want to show you temperatures for tomorrow. we are expected to get cooler, in the 70s. only hitting low to mid 80s in the interior. people are ready for a cooling trend that's about to dominate. >> did anybody turn on the ac? >> yesterday. >> i don't have it. >> were you fanning yourself old school? >> was that an old -- what kind of reference was that? >> no ac at my house.
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so good, they'll leave you speechless. persistent frustration. n-b-c bay area responds to a san overwhelming grief, then persistent frustration. nbc bay area responds to a san francisco family battling a life insurance company for more than a year. >> no one else would step up. >> they feel let down, both by an insurance company and the state. first a loved one died
unexpectedly. now they say their life insurance company is shorting them $100,000. they fear the same thing could happen to any of us. >> as he reminisces with his daughter, they describe the mother as caring. >> she was a force of nature. a short ball of energy. >> last march, debbie smith fell in a store parking lot and died a short time later. her death at the age of 72 stunned her husband of 36 years. >> it's something i vaguely considered could conceivably happen 20 years from now. >> the smiths had accidental death and dismembership insurance. >> i signed up for $200,000 of coverage for each of us. >> not a fortune, but enough for the surviving spouse to pay off the house. that's what peter planned to do with the $200,000 after debbie's
unexpected death. when he filed a claim, he learned his benefits were cut 50%. >> half of what i paid for. >> cigna paid $100,000 of the $200,000 peter expected. immediately he went to his paperwork. >> this is a printout of the enrollment form for the insurance. >> he saved everything. the enrollment form is clear to him. >> it says, additional coverage, $2 owe,02 o $200,000. >> cigna told him benefits are cut in half around age 70. an insurance trade group confirmed that for us. here is the thing. debbie was already 70 when she applied. the computerized enrollment form included her birth date. >> there it is. it's in black and white. >> it didn't calculate the reduction. despite the front page stating $200,000 in coverage, a line four pages inside the policy
meant cigna never would have paid the smiths 200 grand because of their age. how misled do you feel? >> totally. >> nora asked us for help. when cigna didn't respond, we suggested they file a complaint with the department of insurance. they did. cigna told the state it did nothing wrong. the state agreed. >> it looks like they didn't challenge them at all. >> as far as we could tell, they didn't. >> we obtained the 160-page file cigna sent the state to make its case. it states the smith's form includes bold text that lays out the 50% reduction. for proof, cigna said it put a printout of the disclaimer in the packet. it's not there. the state apparently innocent notice key evidence was missing. it just signed off. >> for both of them i want to say, shame on you. particularly in the insurance commission commissioner's office, i feel their role is to protect the
consumer. i feel taken advantage of. >> we pointed out the missing proof and asked the state to reconsider its seemingly incomplete review. nora is demanding a second look. >> my mom wouldn't stand for this. >> peter is also unrelenting. he concedes a wider range of emotion on top of the grief of losing his wife. >> helpless, angry and very anxious to warn everyone else to watch out for their insurance company. >> just as we were getting ready to put this story on tv, cigna officially declined to take our questions. instead, it sent us a again statement which reiterated it's common for accidental death policies to adjust benefit levels over the life of a policy. you and your family deserve to know how much life insurance you have. call your agent and ask them to decipher your policy. look yourself. find the page that says something like, age reduction schedule.
do the math. if you don't understand it, call for help. if you have a consumer problem you would like us to tackle, give us a call. coming up at 5:00, we are following breaking news. a wildfire growing just outside of the bay area. homes burned and hundreds more threatened in lake county. we will get the latest. we have a traffic alert for commuters. the tunnel being shut down for repairs in san francisco. a doze
hundreds threatened. right now at 5:00, a dozen homes burned, hundreds threatened. a wildfire burning in lake county explodes overnight. firefighters from the bay area are being called to aid in the attack. >> the news at 5:00 starts right now. welcome back. >> we continue to follow breaking news in lake county. the pawnee fire raging out of
control. >> right now, 600 buildings are threatened. within the past 30 minutes, cal fire provided an update on the dangerous situation there. marr >> reporter: this fire scar m h muchmuc muchmuc muched scorched more than 3,000 acres. look at this video. flames have destroyed 12 structures. we talked to one man who lives in the area. he was at the fire scene last night and this morning. he said in spring valley it look like a giant bowl engulfed in flames. we talked to him about the impact this fire is having on a community already devastated by recent fires. >> it brought up a lot of bad memories for a lot of people here.
i have friends lose homes in almost every fire. >> reporter: the sheriff's office ordered mandatory evacuations of people in the spring valley area. a shelter has been opened. 200 firefighters are battling the fire. now reinforcements are on the way. they left early this morning. they are already there on the front lines, part of designated strike teams to help battle the pawnee fire. a shelter has been opened at low are lake high school where more than 100 people are gathered right now after being forced to evacuate. >> thanks a lot. a cooldown after yesterday's sweltering temperatures. some places still dealing with heat approaching the 90s. >> a lot of concern over the breezy and dry conditions.
a red flag warning in effect for the bay area. >> that's right. that's set to expire at 8:00 p.m. tonight. we need to be aware. there's dry brush out there. current temperatures in the interior valley remains in the upper 70s. san jose, 80 degrees. we cooled off significantly in the past 24 hours thanks to the ridge of high pressure starting to break apart. here is to give you an idea. con coucord running 31 degrees cooler. santa rosa, 35 degrees. we are expected to get cooler. a quick reminder that the red flag warning will remain in effect through the north bay mountains, east bay hills. the reason is because we're still dealing with low humidity ranging between 10 and 20%. thankfully, the humidity does tend to recover overnight. we pair that up with cooler temperatures, hopefully it will help the firefighters. the winds are expected to be breezy. >> we will check in with you in
a bit. track the rising temperatures and the fire danger with our free nbc bay area app. get the information you want on the weather for your neighborhood or anywhere else. another glorious sunny day in san francisco today for the 48th annual pride parade and celebration. this event has been a massive hit since it began in 1970. this year's attendance, some are estimates 2 million people. thom jensen live in san francisco with the celebration going on. without any problems? >> reporter: it's been a great celebration. according to san francisco pd, no major issues so far. a couple of scuffles and minor injuries. a colorful but peaceful pride parade this weekend. plenty to smile about for these crowds. a lot of energy and a feeling of solidarity and pride as they show support for lgbtq rights. many of the rights that they hold dearest are under attack and hope celebrations like this
will help unite the country in protection of individual rights and freedom of expression. >> they are trying to divide us. we're not going to buy it. we love each other, care about each other. it's just a wonderful celebration of san francisco and what we need to do to fight for civil rights. >> someone said, the democratic party is not the opposition party, california is the opposition party. i kind of like that. >> reporter: we talked to nancy pull o pelosi who told me this represents how californians react when their rights are under attack. she said, we don't agonize, we organize. this has been an example of how that organizing made a difference. live in san francisco, thom jensen, nbc bay area news. >> thanks. follow us and see more photos and videos from the pride parade and celebration. check out behind the scenes action, too.
our team gets ready to -- actually, they rode on the nbc float. we want to see your photos. tweet us. returning to our coverage of a neighborhood dispute that's gone viral. a girl selling water near san francisco's at&t park ignited a national controversy this weekend. it's not over. the 8-year-old was back out selling water. she's trying to earn enough money to go to disneyland and help her mother who recently lost her job. on friday night, a woman who lives nearby reportedly asked for her permit allowing her to sell the water and then called police. allison, who many online dubbed permit patty, says the girl had been yelling for several hours disturbing her work. jordan's mother explained why she thinks the incident was racially motivated. >> we have been out here before with my nieces who are full white. she didn't come out here. they were being way louder than jordan was by herself.
she didn't come out. >> the backlash has been swift and harsh. social media accounts are full of angry comments and some threats. this video was enough for one company to stop carrying her cannabis products for dogs. coming up tonight at 11:00, nbc has conducted an exclusive interview with the woman who reportedly called police and was asking for the permit. you can hear her side of the story in her first sit-down television interview tonight on nbc bay area news at 11:00. it's more than a minor inconvenience. it is absolutely necessary. tomorrow twin peaks tunnel will be shut down for two months. that's 100 years old, long overdue for repairs. regular riders on the k, l and m metro lions wines will have to other ways to get around. they are adding buss to help.
it might not be enough. 80,000 people go through that tunnel each day. a fund-raiser is now at more than $20 million to help migrants. the original goal was $1,500. more than half a million people have donated, including mark zuckerberg. the new goal is $25 million. protesters continue to gather in texas where migrant children are being held demanding they be reunited with their parents. the demonstration there was many across the country this weekend. despite last week's executive order allowing parent s and children to be detained together, more than 2,000 children have yet to be reunited. the senate's top democrat is demanding they appoint a czar to reunite the families.
>> the situation created by zero tolerance has left many people with zero confidence that the administration will be able to quickly unite the kids. >> president trump hit back on twitter saying, we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country. those who do, should be sent back without a court hearing. the house and senate are moving forward on immigration reform despite the fact the president telling republicans not to bother until after the november elections. continuing coverage of the immigration crisis coming up on "nightly news." the president calling the u.s. immigration policy a joke. "nightly news" beginning at 5:30. still ahead -- >> controversy over a restaurant that refused to serve a highly visible member of the trump administration. supporters and owe poe nepponeng their thoughts when we come back. the fallout for a small
restaurant in virginia accused of getting too political continues tonight. the fallout for a small restaurant in virginia accused of getting too political continues to tonight. the owner of the red hen asked sarah huckabee sanders to leave the restaurant because of her work defending president trump and his policies. people on both sides of the issue have come to the red hen. the restaurant's social media pages have been overrun by comments both supporting and blasting the move. >> we have a pathological liar as the president of the united
states. i think those around him are complicit in his lies. >> it was discrimination. democrats think they got the only voice in this country and they don't. >> the incident remained calm and polite on both sides. benjamin netanyahu told his cabinet he held meetings with two senior members of the trump administration over the weekend. netanyahu said he met jared kushner along with jason greenblatt. he said they discussed the peace process and regional issues with, quote, a particular emphasis on the situation in gaza. still ahead, more than just racing in sonoma. how today's race helped pay tribute to the north bay fire victims. it was warm but you might have noticed the cooldown. we had a great improvement in terms of our air quality. north bay, originally extremely unhealthy. now moderate.
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race. there it is, that famous goal. it was a big day for england in the world cup. their star scored a hat trick, three goals, in its win over panama. he is one of the super stars who have shined in this year's world cup. teams are trying to accumulate enough points to advance in the tournament. colombia beat poland today 3-0. poland is going home. japan and senegal played to a 2-2 tie. our spanish language station is your home for live coverage of all the matches. back to our breaking news. a live look from skyranger over lake county. a wildfire continues to burn. this wildfire is being dubbed the pawnee fire. it broke out yesterday afternoon.
3,000 acres have burned. it's really expanding very rapidly. a dozen homes have been destroyed. 600 are threatened. everyone in the spring valley community have been told to get out. a shelter for evacuees have been set up at a local high school. no reports of injuries as a result of that fire. a dramatic picture of the plane dropping its retardant on the fire. the hot temperatures and windy conditions causing a problem. >> that didn't help. thankfully, now we notice a drop in temperatures. also in the area as well. yesterday, we did climb into the triple digits up near that area. if we look at the current temps right now, hopefully the cooler temperatures will aid the firefighters. we still see breezy conditions into the north bay. we are seeing temperatures in the 60s now. a quick reminder, even though we're tracking that cooling trend -- if you look at the 24-hour temperature change, that red flag warning will remain in
effect through 8:00 p.m. tonight because we're seeing breezy conditions in the north bay. santa rosa, running 36 degrees cooler at this hour. concord, 31. down near san jose, at 15 degrees cooler. once again, keep in mind, the hills are still under a very large threat. the reason for that is because we still have a lot of dry brush out there. we're dealing with a relatively low humidity. although that humidity does tend to recover overnight, you still need to be mindful of where you decide to light any barbecue or anything that night spark a fire which can quickly spread. max temp compared yesterday -- let's compare yesterday to today. novato hit a high of 108 degrees yesterday. today, 81. pleasanton, 106. today, only 84. near san jose yesterday, unofficial high of 99. today a high of 84. thankfully, that nice onshore flow weakened that ridge of high pressure. this is going to set us up for a
nice cooling trend. not just for today but also through the start of your workweek. san jose for tomorrow, dropping down into the upper 70s. even for the interior valleys, which saw some of the hottest temperatures yesterday, concord predicted high of 82, walnut creek, 79. along the peninsula, 68. in the city, 67 degrees. sfo yesterday hit a high of 88 degrees. we are noticing the cooldown. over the next seven days you will notice temperature trend is going to cool down not just san francisco but also inland areas. by far expecting to see some of the cooler days in the middle of the week. if you notice, as we look ahead towards friday, saturday and sunday, it looks like we're going to get another system that will warm us up into the above seasonable summer temperatures. >> thanks so much. still ahead, a big surprise
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had some side spin on it. >> unfortunately, when andre got to the 16th green last thursday, the ball wasn't in the hole. here is a guarantee. he will keep trying. the warriors' forward getting serious about the game of golf after being traded to golden state in 2013. he can't get enough of it. he turned it into a family affair. >> i can play anywhere. i like playing courses that have beautiful fairways, different options, especially with the tee boxes. i can bring my family out here. my wife is getting into it. my son can play. i got a 1-year-old swinging fisher price clubs. looking forward to it. >> this place has become a staple for warriors players during the season. the team plane a few miles away. >> we sneak in before the flight, get 30 minutes, go to the range, hit balls. feel like we're at home. >> i heard steve kerr said to you guys as you are getting close, if we finish this off
quick, you can be on vacation quicker, which means for golf. is that true? >> steve doesn't need to tell me that. i'm telling steve that. >> speaking of the finals, andre tells of a golfing story that happened before the warriors defeated the cavs. it involves steph curry. >> one of the greatest rounds i have seen a human being play. shot 5 under. i don't know if i'm allowed to say. if he plays at that tournament again this year, he will make the cut. go back now to our breaking news. live look from skyranger over lake county as you see flames, wildfire continues to burn. it's call the pawnee fire. broke out yesterday afternoon. 3,000 acres have burned. this is a live picture of more acres going up. a dozen homes have been
destroyed. 600 are threatened. everybody who lives in the spring valley community, they have been told to get out. a shelter for evacuees have been set up at a local high school. no injuries reported. as you can see, it's burning out of control in lake county right now. fire agencies heading up that way to help in the fight against that fire. >> frightening situation for folks who live out there. >> with the triple digit heat we had since yesterday, the only thing we can hope for is that the breezy winds die down overnight. the cooler temperatures help out. 64 will be our predicted high in san francisco. inland areas, predicted to have 87 for tomorrow. then the cooling trend will really set us up for a nice week ahead, which means seasonable a temperatures. cloud cover tomorrow. we will have a marine layer and clouds. it will keep us cooler than what we saw this weekend.
the red flag warning will remain in effect until 8:00 p.m. tonight. >> we're back at 6:00. >> see you then. tonight, the president calls the american immigration system a mockery and says those who enter illegally should be sent back without court cases. the hard line as promised reunions of children and parents offer challenges of their own. a future king of england and the president's son-in-law crscross the middle east, one promising positivity, the other a long awaited plan for peace. they marched on washington. now they're demanding the right to vote. are 16-year-olds too young to cast a ballot? millions of parents addicted to opioids. a record number of kids in foster care. innovative program says it can solve both problems at once.