tv Today in the Bay NBC June 16, 2019 7:00am-8:01am PDT
good sunday morning. it is 7:00 on the nose. happy father's day. take a live look outside, this is walnut creek. it's a comfortable start to the day and i think we have slightly warmer temperatures on tap. slightly, according to vianey. good morning, i'm chris chmura, sitting in this morning for kira klapper. vianey, let's take a look at the slightly warmer microclimate. >> a little bit, mainly for the inland areas. around the coast or in the city this is what you'll see for pretty much the entire day. i think probably around 2:00, 3:00, we have more peeks of sunshine. a live look at the golden gate bridge we have a marine layer.
the sea breeze kept our temperatures cooler yesterday. yesterday was the coolest day we'll see so far this week. today a little bit warmer, but that's going to set us up for even hotter temperatures ahead. we have the high pressure that's going to start to dry us out today and i did bring down the temperatures just a little bit compared to where it had been yesterday morning because the models right now were trending a little too warm. i brought them down into the upper 70s, concord 82, so as far as the main temperature difference, i would say two to three degrees. not a huge rise in temperatures but again, by tomorrow and into tuesday, we're tracking again that high pressure, where we'll be seeing 80s and 90s again. i'll have a look at that of course coming up in 15 minutes. >> 65 in san francisco. >> right now. >> so much cooler than it was a week ago. >> i know. >> vianey, thank you. we look forward to that forecast. they paid for their gas, drove off and their cars stopped dead. several drivers in the east bay tell us that's what happened to them when they all went to the same gas station.
today they're asking what did they put in their tanks? "today in the bay's" thom jensen has a story you'll see only on nbc bay area. >> reporter: one island of gas pumps remains closed at the shell station on the corner of newark boulevard and jarvis avenue after several drivers say they filled up and broke down, in some cases just minutes after leaving the station. >> i'm sitting at the red light, the car just starts chugging and it was just, it was unusual. it was unusual. and the light turned green and as i put my foot on the gas, the engine just, i got a little bit of acceleration and the engine just went. >> reporter: robert mokrey was confronted by other drivers who also pumped regular unleaded gas at the shell station and then experienced complete engine failure. >> got out of the car and one of the guys comes up to me and goes "did you just get gas across the
street?" "yeah." >> reporter: the drivers shared notes, pictures and videos and started a facebook group. mokrey said the fuel he pulled out of his tank would not light. the owner pledged to do the right thing and pay their mechanic bills. >> you can appreciate from the people that are all affected, we just want to get -- it's an inconvenience, right, we just want to get our cars repaired and back as soon as we can. >> reporter: thom jensen, "nbc bay area news." lanes in both directions reopened on 101 in palo alto after two separate crashes. chp officers tell us at least one person died and several people were sent to the hospital. the chp says the first crash was just after 2:00 a.m., when a wrong-way driver in the northbound lanes hit another car head-on. the wrong-way driver died at the scene. the other driver was seriously
injured. the second crash about 30 minutes later in about the same spot but in the southbound lanes. multiple cars there colliding, a woman gets out of her car and then is hit by another car from behind. we're told she is in critical condition. we're tracking a developing story out of solano county, a deadly freeway shooting. officers in vacaville went out to check a crash on i-80 east around 6:00 yesterday evening. when they got there, they found a man who had been shot. they also found a pickup truck riddled with bullets. the man died there in the road. no other victims and no other damaged vehicles found. we don't know the dead man's name or what led up to the shooting. a fast-moving grass fire threatened an antioch neighborhood. some homeowners using garden hoses to try to save their homes. "today in the bay's" sergio quintana says fire investigators and witnesses alike believe something illegal started it,
fireworks. >> fire crews quickly attacked the flames keeping them from burning any of the nearby homes. they soaked the area with foam to make sure there are no flare-ups. joe bass and his son heard what they believe started the fire. >> we heard a big boom, fireworks going off. >> i kind of jumped from the noise and then later on we heard screams and we saw everyone headed down this way. >> reporter: he says he used a garden hose to try to protect his neighbor's house. the contra costa county fire department says it does look as if fireworks are the cause of this. they do not have any suspects, and they remind people that all fireworks are illegal in the county. liz showed us how the fire burned right up to one of the walls of her house. firefighters tore through it to make sure the flames didn't get inside. when she saw the fire approaching, she scrambled to get everyone out to safety. >> i was going to get my house out, in the wheelchair, and so i just, i panicked kind of like because i was nervous, because went into overdrive, check all
the rooms, make sure the kids were out of the rooms. >> reporter: all ten people made it out safely but her backyard fence is destroyed. the biggest concern from residents is how fast the fire moved, because of how dry everything is. >> everything is dead now, after all the rain, everything, vegetation is overgrown, you know, hopefully california doesn't burn like it did last year. >> reporter: sergio quintana, n "nbc bay area news." new details about a water main break in sausalito. water spilled into buildings and onto roads. one of the northbound lanes bridgeway is still closed. for fighters spent the night clearing water from buildings. repairs are expected to begin sometime this afternoon. the lane closure could last a couple days. american airlines is trying to get back to normal after an equipment issue triggered massive backups at sfo. dozens of people took to twitter yesterday to complain about waiting more than four hours just to get to the ticket counter. many say they missed their flights, including a father and
daughter trying to get to france for the world cup. american airlines says the problems began when several of the airport's x-ray machines stopped working. many passengers told us they will have to wait until today to get out. >> we realize this is a surprise, nothing is happening. the line-up was just not moving, and so yeah, now they redirected us to a new flight for tomorrow morning. >> american airlines says the problem is resolved, and it is working to re-book passengers who missed flights. a matter of life and death. that's how house speaker nancy pelosi is describing the nation's health care debate. she and other california politicians are in san francisco for the health care for all americans weekend. she also called out senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying he should let the senate vote on the issue. >> all we're saying to senator mcconnell is give us a vote. do your job, right, jackie? right, michael?
do your job, give us a vote. the american people uerstand what this means. >> pelosi says among the work that needs to be done is improving the affordable care act. yesterday marked the seventh anniversary of the deferred action for childhood arrival initiative better known as daca. instead of sleeb grating, many dreamers are worried about the uncertainty of their futures. speakerel is promising humane reform. the house passed the act and the senate has yet to bring the legislation up for a vote. a first of its kind job fair in the south bay this weekend, specifically for the transgender community. santa clara county sponsored it. the county is looking for people who serve as public defenders, firefighters and such. state labor statistics show transgender californians face an unemployment rate that is twice
the state average. a quarter of the workers earn below the national poverty level. santa clara county sume voirs hope to bring attention to these obstacles. >> we shouldn't need a specific trans and nonbinary event but this is a good start to highlight the need and our hope is we'll become a model for the private sector in the valley. >> the county has more than 20,000 employees and is silicon valley's third largest employer. we have much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, we'll take you live to washington, d.c., for our weekly interview with chuck todd, the moderator of "meet the press." plus o.j. simpson introducing himself over twitter but some say the timing of the account is insensitive. his first tweet, next.
said he would accept information on his opponent from a foreign government during the 2020 election. did anything about washington's reaction surprise you? >> well, it didn't in this sense, democrats had the predictable outrage and being upset about it. they tried to use the moment to bring some attention to a bill that they've not been able to get past. congress has not been able to do it, either a standalone bill or a larger one, sort of having to reinforce a few of our laws to at least make it harder for foreign interference, perhaps even make it a mandatory that somebody has to report attempted sbmps interference to the fbi in response to the donald trump jr. meeting. it was interesting to watch the republicans. while they did not criticize the president they made it clear they'd never do this, they'd go to the fbi immediately. so it does show you sort of how off the rails washington is, that something like this which
seems to be fairly easy bipartisan, they can't seem to get the bill passed. maybe they don't want to see if the president would sign it or not, it's not clear but that's still where this is. but the president, republicans have sort of learned to tune the president out on these things, and they just hope this goes away, and what's the pattern in the trump era, ever since he came down the escalator, whatever the outrage is at the end of one week, there's a new one the next day. >> what do you think the odds are the republican response or reaction or perspective on this evolves? >> i think, you know, like anything, it's when somebody's, you know, if they're the victim of it, too, you know, and i think that they were during the 2016 campaign, people forget that cruz and rubio there were efforts by russians aparentally to hack into their campaigns so it was there. there seems to be a larger bipartisan consensus. the president, for whatever reason, doesn't like to admit
the russians did anything at times. maybe it's vanity, maybe it's something else, maybe he just doesn't want to admit he needed help. whatever it is, it has made it politically untenable for republicans to feel comfortable publicly voting against him on this. >> let's talk about the democrats for a minute. two weeks or so away from the democrat debate. >> yep. >> stage is set here. what do you expect? >> well, i expect fewer fireworks from the top. a lot of people think the first debate and everybody's been itching to do things. the top tier candidates will have soft jabs at each other. all of them know this is a first debate, about first impressions. you and i may be following the race closely, millions of people tuning in, this is the first time they've had interaction with the candidates but i will say this, the unpredictability comes from the one percenters or the people that have been fading a bit of late because they may look at this moment, they have
one or two shots to get back into the game and they may view this as that shot. the unpredictability factor comes from all of those lesser-known candidates on the stage who will feel the need to make the most out of their moment. >> you got nothing to lose, right? >> supposedly. we shall see on that. >> all right, chuck, thanks very much. be sure to join chuck for this morning's "meet the press" "meet the press." he'll have interviews with democratic presidential candidate, mayor pete buttigieg and representative steve scalise. "meet the press" starts after this newscast at 8:00 a.m. o.j. simpson says he has a little getting even to do. >> for years, people have been able to say whatever they wanted to say about me with no accountability. >> the former football star and acquitted murder suspect has launched a twitter account on the 25th anniversary of the murders of his ex-wife and her
friend. nicole brown simpson and ron goldman were stabbed to death in june 1994. simpson now says on twitter he's got some things to straighten out, that's a quote. simpson was ultimately acquitted of the crime, after a televised trial that riveted the nation. the murder case, by the way, remains officially listed as unsolved. honoring bravery in the south bay. the flame of liberty memorial was unveiled yesterday at the los gatos civic center. it was seven years in the making. the memorial honored u.s. military, first responders, and september 11th heroes, including two los gatos high school graduates, todd beamer and mark bingham. they died in a heroic effort to stop hijackers aboard united airlines flight number 93 on september 11th. the hijackers had aimed for the u.s. capitol but instead that plane, after a struggle, crashed into a field in pennsylvania. if you're looking for a job,
the chase center is hiring. the warriors and the chase center held a job readiness training event for young adults yesterday. the purpose? to get potential candidates ready for the chase center job fair, which are next weekend. the fairs will only feature jobs at the waterfront arena. people interested in those fairs can also visit the chase center website for more information. tim cook will be the commencement speaker at stanford's graduation ceremony today. the ceo of apple has become a prominent voice on ethick ethi tech and business at large. cook met with president trump three days ago to reportedly discuss jobs training. cook's visit comes as trump threatens to impose tariffs on about $300 billion worth of goods imported from china, including apple's flagship iphone. today's graduation ceremony at stanford begins at 9:30 at the stadium. how is the weather going to be for an outdoor graduation today?
>> pretty good. it's not going to be too hot. it will be partly cloudy but that always makes for good lighting for all those folks. >> that's right. i was at san jose state's graduation, and it was so sunny, the light was harsh and the sweat was pouring. >> you're squinting your eyes to see from the sun but partly cloudy skies from what i've been told from the photog. >> flat play is what we call it, perfect. >> the temperatures are comfortable unless you're inland. we will be seeing a slight warmup. right now in the south bay 58 degrees. peninsula 54. tri-valley 55, and it's cloudy for the first half of the day. if you're hanging out on the peninsula or in san francisco, you're going to notice that we may not get as much sunshine as in one area, so if you are looking for a slightly warmer temperature, make your drive on further into the interior valley. the north bay right now 52 degrees. 56 for the east bay. and your microclimate highs for today are going to be topping out in those mid-60s. so this is actually a little bit more comfortable or a lot more
comfortable compared to the temperatures we saw early last week. san jose will top out in the upper 70s at 78 degrees. morgan hill 79, in through concord 82. antioch 80 degrees, livermore 81. this is going to set us up already for that warming trend, so yesterday it was really cool, some areas only topped out in the 70s, and into tomorrow, we have that high pressure that's rolling in, but we're still going to get a chance to enjoy the cooler nice sea breeze in through tonight, especially along the coast. in san francisco the winds are light, 6 miles per hour. a lot of the breeze is helping to keep daytime highs cool. if you're driving near the north bay right now or in through the santa cruz mountain areas, some parts are seeing a good combination of low clouds and also of course that fog rolling through. let's talk about father's day forecast, again at the coast or the bay, expect comfortable weather by about 10:00 a.m., we'll be at 59 degrees and again we're going to stick to the mid
and maybe upper 60s at times in through some portions of the bay, but all in all, the weather will be fantastic. not just for the coast or the bay, inland. this is where we see more sunshine out there. we'll see breaks in sunshine around 1:00. we'll start to see some of the clouds make way for some sun, and by 2:00, we'll be topping out in the upper 70s. a couple of low 80s might be possible. if you are taking dad out to lunch, expect to be enjoying some sunshine outdoors hopefully. by monday/tuesday, this is where changes are on the way. by monday night, we got the high pressure that's rolling in, and notice what happens in san francisco. we start to climb up into the 70s and any time high pressure starts to dry us out, that also increases fire danger, so we'll be monitoring that closely because there's a lot of dry brush out there which makes one area a concern. by monday in through the inland areas, temperatures will warm up into the upper 80s and we're expecting some of the hottest days this week to be on tuesday and wednesday in the low 90s.
enjoy this lovely cooler father's day weekend. chris? >> thank you, vianey. there is much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, how a bay area woman is taking a surplus on the peninsula, and is helping the children of her hawaiian hometown. it's the latest in our "bay area proud" series. next.
garvin thomas tells us hawaiians have a word kukua, to help others unconditionally, and it may be the best way to describe the woman at the heart of our next story. garvin has this morning's installment of "bay area proud." >> reporter: may rose knows how to make the best of a less than ideal situation. she learned her son's elementary school that he loved going to was closing. may rose said that was sad but also turned out to be an opportunity for her to do more
good. if there is anyone out there should know to be careful what she wishes for, it might be may rose. last year, may rose, who lives in redwood city wanted to help the elementary school in the small hawaiian counsel of kekaha where she grew up. she set a goal of collecting 500 books for their library. she ended up with 5,000. >> when they started seeing the books come in, and they opened the boxes, and they looked at the books, and they heard the stories about the families dropping off books, yeah, i mean, it made them feel loved and special. >> reporter: so when may rose learned this year that elementary schools in redwood city were merging, and would have a surplus of library books as a result -- >> i put an email and thought why not ask? what are you going to do with the books? >> reporter: they decided to give them to may rose, all 40,000 of them.
>> the moral of the story, be careful for what you ask for. i'm overwhelmed. i -- yeah, 40,000 books. >> reporter: may rose's summer plans are now set, packing and shipping the books to hawaii. this time, she plans to spread the wealth, veterans on the island are building free little libraries and many of her books will go to stock those. >> we're trying to get as many as we can. >> reporter: to be honest, may rose isn't sure she'll be able to take all 40,000 books. >> i want those, too. >> reporter: what she does know is how the children in small hawaiian towns and villages all over the island will feel about getting them. that she has seen written all over their faces. >> so the kids in hawaii, it's going to be something as simple as there are people out there thinking about us. we're not forgotten, which means a lot. >> as you saw, that is a lot of
books, and may rose has a little help so far, but she could use more. if you're interested in helping her pack boxes of books this summer, just send me a message to my facebook page, garvin thomas nbc bay area and i'll get word to her you're looking to help. garvin thomas, "nbc bay area news." there is much more ahead on "today in the bay." coming up, target stores across the country paralyzed for hours. we'll explain how the department store is explaining the meltdown at the registers. and why paper b.a.r.t. tickets will soon become a thing of the past. each morning,
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>> not bad. >> just a couple of degrees. it's not going to get too hot outside. pretty comfortable. >> i'm chris chmura, sitting in for kira klapper. a good day for father's day, vianey? >> definitely a good day. whether your dad likes to grill outside and a good barbecue or inside, either way you'll be fine. this shot of the golden gate bridge, notice definitely cloudy, we have that marine layer, keeping our temperatures sort of cool right now, 55 degrees in san francisco. 53 in half moon bay. 52 in santa rosa. now, as we head in towards the afternoon, we are expecting just a couple of degrees of a warmup into inland areas. so all in all, by about 11:00 a.m., more sunshine peeking through. a lot of the cloud cover will break apart inland and top out in the upper 70s, couple low 80s in store. hanging out around the coastline the sun is slower to peek through. we'll keep the cloud cover
through 12:00/1:00 and a good mix of sun and clouds, but still the clouds will definitely be a factor. that's going to help keep our temperatures more like san francisco, right, in the bay, 65, 66, but it's the start of the work week tracking the return of the 90s, they're coming back. >> so enjoy the comfortable temperatures while you have them. >> i think dads will like this. >> thanks very much, vianey. imagine you pay for your gas, you drive off and then your car stops dead. that's what several drivers say happened to them in the east bay and all went to the same gas station. they are estimating the damage to their vehicles and wondering what did they put in their tanks? "today in the bay's" thom jensen has a story you'll see only on nbc bay area. >> reporter: one island of gas pumps remains closed at the shell station on the corner of newark boulevard and jarvis avenue after several drivers say they filled up and broke down, in some cases, just minutes after leaving the station. >> i'm sitting at the red light,
the car just starts chugging and it was just, it was unusual. it was unusual. and the light turned green and as i put my foot on the gas, the engine just, i got a little bit of acceleration and the engine just went. >> reporter: robert mokry was confronted by other drivers who also pumped regular unleaded gas at the shell station and then experienced complete engine failure. >> got out of the car and one of the guys comes up to me and goes "did you just get gas across the street?" "yeah." >> reporter: the drivers shared notes, pictures and videos and started a facebook group. mokry said his mechanic tried to light the fuel he pulled out of his tank and it wouldn't burn. the estimate for another driver's repairs could top $13,000. she and mokry say the owner pledged to do the right thing and pay their mechanic bills. >> you can appreciate from the people that are all affected, we
just want to get -- it's an inconvenience, right, we just want to get our cars repaired and back as soon as we can. >> reporter: thom jensen, "nbc bay area news." lanes in both directions have reopened this morning on 101 in palo alto, after two separate crashes. chp officers tell us at least one person died and several people were sent to the hospital. the chp says the first crash was just after 2:00 a.m., when a wrong-way driver in the northbound lanes hit another car head-on. the wrong-way driver died at the scene. the other driver was seriously injured. the second crash about 30 minutes later in about the same spot but in the southbound lanes. multiple cars there colliding, a woman gets out of her car and then is hit by another car from behind. we're told she is in critical condition. we're tracking a developing story out of solano county, a deadly freeway shooting. officers in vacaville went out
to check out what they thought was a collision on i-80 east around 6:00 yesterday evening. when they got there, they found a man who had been shot. they also found a pickup truck riddled with bullets. the man died there in the road. no other victims and no other damaged vehicles found. we don't know the dead man's name or what led up to the shooting. a shooting at a costco friday night in corona riverside county. one of the injured is an off-duty police officer. he's going to be okay, we're told. two others were injured and one person was killed. police were called to the warehouse store just before 8:00 p.m. investigators say a man opened fire in the freezer section. there's cell phone video from inside, showing the shooting as it unfolds. [ screaming ] >> shoppers ran for safety, some being trampled and hurt in the
chaos. police captured the gunman who was immediately hospitalized. his condition is unknown at this time. american airlines is trying to get back to normal after an equipment issue triggered massive backups at san francisco international airport. dozens of people took to twitter yesterday to complain about waiting more than four hours just to get to the ticket counter. many say they missed their flights, including a father and daughter trying to get to france for the world cup. american airlines says the problems began when several of the airport's x-ray machines stopped working. many passengers told us they will have to wait until today to get going. >> we realize this is a surprise, nothing is happening. the line-up was just not moving, and so yeah, now they redirected us to a new flight for tomorrow morning. >> american airlines says the problem is resolved, and it is working with passengers who missed their flights. target has some explaining
to do. a nationwide computer failure led to shoppers waiting hours to check out. some never could check out. this morning the computers are working again, they tell us, and target is starting to answer some questions about what brought all its stores to a virtual halt. "today in the bay's" christie smith has the story. >> reporter: video posted to social media shows what some call target down. this is the scene of a store in oregon, same story in milwaukee, sacramento, novato, san jose. frustrated shoppers at a standstill could not check out at the register. most complained target was not explaining but a shopper in sack moan toe says she heard why. >> we were shopping around and an overhead page said all the systems were down and nobody could buy anything. >> reporter: some people abandoned their carts full of merchandise, others waited it out hoping maybe no register would mean free of charge. >> i just took it by their word it was coming up.
>> reporter: valerie townes lives near the koma store and followed national news reports before she came by. target released a statement saying the outage lasted two hours and internal tech issue. adding "after an initial but thorough review, we can confirm this was not a data breach or security-related issue, and no guest information was compromised at any time." mariah ariola came later and says the self-checkout was down and she didn't want to wait. were you able to pie anything? >> no, there was too many people. i just christie smith, "nbc bay
area news." a matter of life and death. that's how house speaker nancy pelosi is describing the nation's health care debate. she and other california politicians are in san francisco for the health care for all americans weekend. she also called out senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying he should let the senate vote on the issue. >> all we're saying to senator mcconnell is give us a vote. do your job, right, jackie?
right, michael? do your job, give us a vote. the american people understand what this means. >> pelosi says among the work that needs to be done is improving the affordable care act. a rare move by president trump. the president is backtracking saying he would contact authorities if a foreign government tried to give him damaging information about an opponent, this after he ridiculed the idea earlier this week. nbc's mike viquiera has the story. ♪ happy birthday to you >> reporter: president trump backtracking on earlier comments
he would accept dirt on 2020 rivals from a foreign country, now saying he would tell the fbi. >> of course you have to look at it, because if you don't look at t you're not going to know if it's bad. how are you going to know if it's bad but of course you give it to the fbi or report it to the attorney general or somebody
like that. >> reporter: the about-face comes after the president ridiculed the idea of telling the feds. >> it's not an interference. they have information. i think i'd take it, if i thought there was something wrong, i'd go maybe to the fbi, if i thought there was something wrong. >> reporter: democrats including presidential hopeful joe biden seized. >> donald trump doesn't think it matters if we accept information about opponents from other owe pown foreign governments. >> reporter: republicans blocked the move. >> the case is closed. why don't we move on? >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with "morning joe" the chair of the federal election commission, ellen weintraub, issued a fresh warning. >> anyone in the united states is not allowed to accept anything of value from a foreign national, particularly a foreign government, in connection with
an election. >> reporter: this as the president takes aim at testimony from his former white house counsel, don mcgahn, who testified to robert mueller that the president instructed him multiple times to have the acting attorney general removed as special counsel. >> number one, i was never going to fire mueller, i never suggested firing mueller. >> reporter: a person close to mcgahn tells nbc news the president's comments are fantasy-land. >> that was mike viquiera reporting. the u.s. now says iran-backed forces fired on two american drones earlier this month, shooting down one with a missile. the new accusations come a day after the u.s. released video it says proves that iran attacked two oil tankers thursday, and removed an unexploded mine from the side of one of the tankers after the attack. iran says it didn't do it. president trump says they did. one expert weighed in on wlapz
ne what happens next. >> the iranians are not going to back down in public. clearly we have deterrent capability there. at some point, if they actually close the straits of hormuz, we'll take military action. >> the u.s. claims iran also blocked tugboats from retrieving one of the crippled tankers. last month, the u.s. moved more military assets to the persian gulf to counter what it called credible and imminent threats from iran. new video from paris, france, notre dame cathedral holding its first mass since the devastating fire two months ago. the fire ravaged its roof and toppled its masterpiece spire. the archbishop of paris celebrated mass with about 30 other people. as for the cathedral, it remains in a fragile state especially with its ceiling still at risk of collapsing. back here in the bay area, cal fire will suspend burn permits in six counties due to
high fire risk. firefighters say dry, hot conditions and lots of dead grass left over from a very wet winter are increasing fire danger. the affected counties include sonoma, lake, ngata, solano, yolo and kolusa. some exceptions will are allowed. all residential outdoor burning of landscape is banned. it does not apply to camp fires within campgrounds or private property. the ban will go into effect monday morning at 8:00. an end to paper tickets. last year, b.a.r.t. stations started charging an extra 50 cents for using paper tickets. b.a.r.t. plans to stop selling paper tickets all together by the end of the year. once the change goes through, passengers will only be able to use clipper cards. ticket machines at pittsburg center in antioch have already gotten rid of paper tickets. an exact schedule for the transition for the rest of the system has not been announced. still ahead on "today in the
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i'm joe castellano. we have big nba trade news. espn reporting the new orleans pelicans agreed to trade anthony davis to the lakers for lonzo ball, brandon ingram, josh hart and three first round draft picks including the number four overall pick in the upcoming draft. afternoon baseball from oracle park, third inning no score. manny pena crushes one to left for the solo homer. no issues with mad baum on the home run trot and the brewers lead 1-0. giants trail 5-1 but battled back, seventh inning.
vogt finds the gap his second triple of the game, the seconds giants catcher to do that and he'd later score on a kevin pillar single. later in the inning, brandon crawford at the dish, doubles to right and a gold glover yelich misplays it and pillar scores. the giants lead 7-6. then in the ninth inning, the score 8-7, grandal at the plate, this could have been trouble but mike yastrzemski saves the day. giants win it, fourth consecutive win, longest winning streak for the season. more news after the break.
>> reporter: he's a man of history, now making history. historian lani bunch said to take the top job at the smithsonian. the first black american to hold this most senior position. how does that feel? >> it feels humbling. i feel not the pressure of doing the job,or ancestors. >> reporter: on monday bunch takes the lead of the 173-year-old institution, complete with 19 museums, 21 libraries and the national zoo. >> i'm stunned by how some of the maintenance people, the security guards are suddenly stopping me and saying, if you could be secretary, i could be anything, too. >> reporter: it's a dream come true for the new jersey native, who visited the smithsonian as a kid in the '60s. >> everything i've ever done has been touched by the smithsonian. >> reporter: 11 years ago he had a vision for a new museum and
became the founder of the country's first african-american history museum, a place he calls his sanctuary. >> this is one of the most popular arti facts in the museum, candy apple red cad lock. >> reporter: edge comb, now you're speaking my language. in his new role he hopes to make the smithsonian more accessible. could we expect an lgbtq smithsonian or perhaps for asian-americans? >> my goal is to make sure the stories are told that allows us to find more about ourselves and more about the richness and the diversity of this country. >> reporter: making room for new voices at one of america's oldest institutions. morgan radford, nbc news, washington. robot security guards and high-tech surveillance systems are common sites around the bay area, but the aclu says maybe we
are too comfortable with out-we are videoed, tracked and data mined. do we need robot regular ligs? scott budman looks for answers. >> reporter: they patrol and they shoot video but when these security cameras see us, are they also making decisions about us? >> there could be a lot of bias in those decisions. >> the aclu is worried about artificial intelligence and how the data it collects could be used to profile us. >> from demographic information, race, sex, gender, age, to the clothes that we wear, the products we're carrying and on and on and on. >> reporter: the group is asking for new transparency rules, so people better understand what's being collected when they're on camera. that way they say our personal information is less likely to be used as a weapon. >> once they have my video, what's going to happen after that? i have no idea. maybe my insurance company, maybe my health insurance will
decide that well, you're too risky. we're going to raise that. >> reporter: we visited the headquarters of vectra security. they use ai in their security products and say companies have a responsibility to customers not to store and use their data. >> we do not need to pry into people's contacts, the way we work, we apply ai sensibly but never have to look at people's content to deliver security. >> reporter: a way to patrol and protect without prying. scott budman, "nbc bay area news." still ahead on "today in the bay," a new neunique rescue and here to show how deputies came to the rescue of a tiny turtle. what kind of weather do turtles like? >> nice, comfortable weather, cloudy perhaps. that's what we'll see along the coastlines, i think turtles like the clouds. we will be seeing an increase in temperatures through today. don't worry, father's day is
it's 7:54, happy father's day. let's talk about what you can expect while you're celebrating dad today. it's a little cloudy right now to start. temperatures in the 50s. really throughout the entire bay area, 58 degrees right now in the south bay, the peninsula, 54. we get a little bit of that sea breeze once again through the afternoon. the tri-valley is at 55 degrees.
san francisco right now 53 degrees and look how cloudy the east bay is looking, 56 degrees. north bay 52. so if you enjoyed yesterday's weather you'll enjoy today's weather as well. we notice a couple of degrees warmer in through the inland areas. i want to show you the 24-hour temperature. we don't have any huge changes for our daytime highs right now, that is, waking up, we're pretty similar to where we were at yesterday and we have the marine layer rolling through. your daytime highs through the afternoon, this is what we are expecting, 65 degrees in san francisco. 59 degrees in half moon bay. oakland 69. santa rosa 76, and this is where the warmer areas will be, concord 82, livermore 81. down through the south bay talking upper 70s. so certainly going to be okay without ac. this might be the month where your bill might be more expensive because even though we caught a break from the heat this weekend, changes are ahead that might require you to turn the ac back on.
by tomorrow evening we get the high pressure that's going to dry us out, and when that happens, it's also going to warm us up so 68 degrees in san francisco for tomorrow, and notice by tuesday, that's when we might see a warmer space. we climb into the 70s for san francisco and by wednesday, these begin to trend a little bit more comfortable in through the 60s for the following weekend. now, inland areas, this is where we'll see some of our warmest spots. we have 83 degrees. 83, 84, highs for today. by tomorrow the temperatures will increase by as much as 5, 6 degrees. check out tuesday and wednesday, where we'll see the return of the 90s and that's where we're monitoring the dangerous fire weather conditions, because any time that we have high pressure what that does is also brings down that humidity and low humidity paired with hot temperatures any sort of breeze whatsoever makes the potential for some pretty dangerous conditions out there. at least we've been enjoying a very great weekend. we had only 70s yesterday, and then we begin to trend a little
bit more downward into thursday and friday, but summer solstice is just around the corner on the 21st so that's going to set us up for possibly national weather service released something yesterday that says the second half of june might turn cooler than we sthaut. there thought. there is hope for fans who aren't fond of the triple-digit heat. >> let's have a story with a happy ending. how about for a turtle, a turtle that got stuck in the middle of the road. why did the turtle cross the road? it was in the middle of the road at the uvas reservoir park in morgan hill. a sheriff's sergeant found the turtle and rescued it. two young men helped return that turt toll a nele to a nearby cr. i wonder if the sheriff's deputy is a dad. >> for sure. >> perhaps. happy father's day to everybody out there. thank you for making "today in the bay" part of your morning. we'll have more news tonight at
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