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more pipeline testing. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, the 28th of april. thanks so much for joining us. i'm sydnie kohara. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. the time now is nearly 5:00. we are going to kick it downstairs to lawrence because he has nothing but good news on the weather front. a little windy, but i guess just sun, sun, sun. >> hold on to your hats, though, those winds are going it blow around the bay area today but i think we are going to squeeze in a lot of sunshine toward the afternoon. still, it is mostly clear already in many of the valleys. temperatures there into the 40s. a few clouds inside the bay already getting breezy here. the winds kicking up now along the coastline. could see some winds 30 miles per hour probably some gusts higher than that toward the beaches. we'll have more sunshine and warmer weather coming up. now let's check on the traffic with elizabeth. streets block, ramps blocked in dublin after some police activity. it's the story our news crews are following, as well. so we'll get an update on this and tell what's going on plus roadwork in the south bay. it's all coming up in a little bit. back to you guys. >> thank you. this morning, a suspect is
dead and a deputy is in the hospital. let's go to kiet do in dublin, with what led up to this violent confrontation. reporter: good morning. investigators are milling about the property of a dodge dealership here trying to gather evidence and figure out what happened. they have been out here for a couple of hours now. this happened at 1:30 this morning when a female deputy came across a suspicious person at the dealership just off dublin boulevard and southbound 680. they got into a struggle and the suspect hit the sergeant in the head with some sort of object or weapon. the sergeant got bloodied up pretty good. she called for help on the radio and then drew her weapon and fired at least one shot killing the suspect the sergeant went to the hospital with unknown injuries. the suspect's body is actually still on the scene here. and the suspect was a well- known transient with a long rap sheet. >> he's known in the dublin community. consider him a transient. so i don't know if he is literally a transient or if he does have someplace to stay but he has been arrested numerous times for fighting and things
of that nature. >> reporter: so he had a violent history? >> he does have some violence in his past, that's correct. >> reporter: and the sheriff's office says the sergeant has been on the force for several years and is very experienced. in fact, we saw the sheriff himself show up on the scene here to check things out for himself. he just now took off to the hospital to check up on that deputy and see how she is doing. as far as traffic out here, 680, the exit off 680 southbound for dublin boulevard is going to be closed at least for a couple of hours. back to you. >> thank you. a call for new pipeline tests and a new federal investigation following the deadly san bruno blast. anne makovec is in san bruno with what pg&e will have to hand over. anne, good morning. reporter: good morning. this was all discussed last night at a town hall meeting into the explosion and the aftermath here in san bruno. you may not be surprised to hear that a lot of the people talking about rebuilding here were talking last night about
using solar and wind power, anything to get away from the natural gas that appears to have caused this explosion. so a new investigation is about to get under way right now. a federal investigation into what happened here on september the of last year when a gas transmission line blew up destroying the neighborhood. federal prosecutors are asking for thousands of pages of documents right now including pg&e's maps, reports and emergency plans. this is on top of the ongoing investigation by the national transportation safety board and the state public utilities commission. speaking of the puc, it looks like the state is going to force pg&e to do high pressure water tests on more than 700 miles of gas lines running in and around urban areas. but pg&e is still hoping to avoid those tests because they could disrupt service, cost $350 million, and take five years to complete. because pg&e doesn't have the records on hundreds of miles of lines, pg&e wants the state to
allow it to use assumptions instead to qualify the pipeline status but several commission members say that is just not good enough. and case in point, the pipe that blew up here in this neighborhood was said to be seamless according to pg&e and it turns out it had a patchwork of seams on it. so the state is just not trusting what pg&e is offering up in terms of information on its pipelines. so investigations continue. >> a lot of trust lost there. all right, thank you, anne makovec in san bruno. a major league coach apologizing now for crude comments he made in front of some young kids at at&t park. this happened during the giants game against the atlanta braves saturday. a family from fresno says atlanta pitching coach roger mcdowell made crude comments and sexual gestures to three men next to them in the bleachers. the father says, when he complained, mcdowell told him, kids don't belong at a baseball
park. >> he turned completely towards me, grabbed his bat and picked it up and asked me how much my teeth were worth to me. >> i think what coach mcdowell did was really inappropriate. usually kids look up to major league players and coaches. >> mcdowell put out a statement apologizing for the way he responded to to heckling from fans. the giants fan attacked outside dodger stadium could be out of a coma this weekend. doctors started lowering sedation tuesday afternoon. the family says four or five days to come out of his system. doctors are watching for seizure but so far there haven't been any. stow was beaten almost a month ago at the giants-dodgers season opener. they did this two weeks ago but he had some seizures, complications. hopefully he can come to and see how he's doing. 5:05. a little windy today, but it's going to be beautiful out there and all of us are already
looking toward the weekend. lawrence, good morning. >> we are getting the dirty work done during the week because we want a fantastic weekend ahead and that's the way it will work out. cloudy at the coast and the bay but we are going to see winds kicking up today. that will be the big weather story throughout the day as we are going to see winds whipping especially at the beaches probably 30-plus miles per hour. you can see gusts higher than that. temperatures now into the 40s and 50s outside. so cool but not bad. in the afternoon, temperatures will look warm but in plays approaching the coastline it's going to feel cool ter coast. plan on 50s and 60s at the coast. the weekend, yeah, it's looking good. we are going to see those temperatures up into the 70s and even the 80s as we head toward sunday. and no rain in sight.
elizabeth has traffic. >> we are going live to san jose. 101 traffic near alum rock and everything is moving along fine. headlines moving northbound. if you are heading southbound 101 between story road and capitol expressway, you will find various lanes blocked, roadwork going on. maybe actually just wrapping up. it should be wrapped up any minute. talking about the situation in dublin, we have a reporter kiet do still out there following this developing story. southbound 680 off-ramp to dublin boulevard is still completely shut down. there was an earlier incident with a deputy and transient. likely streets blocked off in the area. it happened at a car drip near amador plaza road -- at a car dealership near amador plaza road. that area shut down until 7 a.m. back to you. >> thank you. 5:07. a cluster of killer storms slamming the south. >> a state of the emergency declared in alabama as the
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tuscaloosa. there were at least 137 reports of tornadoes across the south. president obama has declared a state of emergency in alabama. there have also been deaths in mississippi, georgia, tennessee and virginia. >> you can hear that photographer breathing heavy. very scared. 5:11. president obama expected to announce a major reshuffling of his national security team. the plan is to move cia director leon panetta to the pentagon where he will replace defense secretary robert gates. gates said he will retire in june. panetta will be replaced by general david petraeus, the top commander of the wars in iraq and afghanistan. panetta grew up in monterey and graduated from santa clara university. with president bush now having provided his full birth certificate, his opponents are trying to shift attention to his school records. the white house releasing a copy of the president's original birth certificate showing he was born in honolulu. but that's not satisfying everyone. donald trump who pushed for
release of the certificate now wants to see the president's university records. last night in the bay area, senator dianne feinstein took aim at trump. >> i think this is really reaching the point of ridiculousness. with all the problems in the world, and if mr. trump wants to run for president, why doesn't he talk about what he would do to solve some of these problems instead of -- i think everybody that has ever heard barack obama knows he is a very smart man. >> the president himself using the issue to insis he is focused on things that matter. he says americans shouldn't be distracted by silliness and sideshows. there he is appearing on oprah. >> eventually the donald is going to run out of things. he is working on his grades now. he is heading south. time now is 5:12. one more day until the wedding of the century. we are going live to london with a last-minute preparations. plus, they are young, fresh and anything but stodgy.
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westminster abbey. tomorrow the wedding the century. london is buzzing with excitement and last-minute preparations. and it seems almost as many foreigners as locals are excited about the big day. >> i think everybody is there. paula ebben is there and joins us live from london with more on all the royal fascination. i guess good afternoon to you. reporter: good afternoon. here in london, it is interesting, the crowds are filled with people just dying to get a glimpse of this royal couple. the fascination, the cliche is usually an older woman sipping tea who lost the royal family. but we found some young women who turned the royal wedding into the trip of a lifetime. reporter: what made you want to come for the trip. >> we have always wanted to come to england so when we heard the royal wedding was happening we thought it would be great to come now. >> reporter: new college graduates and life long friends, kelsey and kaitlin couldn't wait to get here. >> i had a countdown on my desk
at work and every day come in and cross the day off. we were just jumping for joy yesterday when we were on our way here. >> reporter: when it comes to following the royal family, the cliche has been a tea-sipping elderly woman. but this engaging young couple is changing all that. >> prince william and kate aren't that much older than you. do you think they are going to help your generation connect to the royal family? >> it's cool picturing knowing them. they seem normal. >> it's interesting. they are doing their own cooking and shopping. makes you feel better. >> reporter: now this is elegance. >> i like this. >> reporter: this is what you should bring your mother. >> yes. >> reporter: these young ladies have an extensive list of requests so shopping in london will be a must too. it looks like someone is getting a tea towel. >> we have a winner. >> yes. >> reporter: but it's great memories these friends hope to bring home to marlboro for themselves. >> it's really exciting.
>> and old world, too. it's like a whole 'nother time t brings you back to the old royal times so it really cool. >> reporter: like a frerery tale. >> exactly. >> reporter: ez big police presence right now. the crowds will be getting bigger and bigger over the next 24 hours. as you see the crowd a lot of people wear hats, some festive, some big. there has been a request that people who line the royal procession wear hats, which is the british tradition, frank and sydnie. so this is a kate middleton style has. it's called a fascinator. >> that will be a big hit in boston when you go home, too? >> reporter: i know. i don't know about you. next wedding i'm invited to i'm putting this thing on. it was very exciting though here earlier this morning. the crowd yelled and cheered because prince harry and kate middleton were here for the last official rehearsal before the royal wedding. and they have been whisked in and out. it's exciting. every time the young royals
appear. but now the big moment everyone is waiting for is to see that wedding gown tomorrow. 24 hours away. >> yes. it's going to be so exciting. and a very jaunty look, that hat becomes you, paula. >> reporter: there you go. thank you, sydnie and we hope that this royal wedding is just going to be a spectacular show for everyone and they want it to go off without a hitch. the weather is beautiful. >> and are people ready? is this like the super bowl prep where all of a sudden, let's just play the game, for heaven's sakes? are folks in england ready or would they just do another two or three weeks of this? >> it is. they are ready. they see that the world's media has been talking about this for months. they are very excited. they are having fun. the grocery store chains marks and spencers announced they sold 2.5 million sausages for tomorrow. that's what they buy here for big parties like this. they have all the flags out. people are having street parties. even the prime minister took out a permit to have a street
party in front of number 10 downing street so a real party atmosphere a moment of national pride. they will have a lot of fun. enjoy this tomorrow. >> a lot of people taking the week off. some getting out of town but a lot staying. >> it will be fun. we start bright and early- morning at 1:30 a.m. >> thank you, paula ebben in london. >> nice hat. >> reporter: thank you. >> i had no idea sausage was so big for the royals there. hey, are you wearing any of those fascinators around the bay area today, those are going to go flying off in the wind. it is going to be whipping up outside today. should be mostly sunny as we head into the measly clear inside the bay, breezy conditions. at the coastline sustained winds at 30 miles per hour. yeah, it is going to whip today especially along the coast and through some of the mountain gaps. as you look now we have temperatures play -- mainly not 50s and 40s. breezy conditions developing. statewide a lot of sunshine in the central valley. still a chance of rain towards
eureka, high country looking good. so high pressure a flat ridge. as it moves by the difference between the two pressure systems yeah they are going to cause windy conditions developing not only today but probably tomorrow. so we are going to see those winds blow for the next couple of days. the wind will switch directions toward the weekend. 58 and windy in half moon bay. east bay numbers up near 70 in places like antioch and brentwood 60s and winds whipping up into berkeley and richmond. cool at the coast, winds down a little from yesterday and probably tomorrow. toward the weekend lots of sunshine coming our way and looks like some royal temperatures too as those numbers up into the 70s and 80s. let's check traffic with elizabeth. >> love it. all right. thank you, lawrence. let's go out towards pacifica. highway 1, one way traffic
control in effect until 7:00 this morning. approaching linda mar they are doing some roadwork there along the coast. all right. elsewhere roadwork lanes blocked eastbound 84. this is the dumbarton bridge. approaching the high-rise various lanes blocked again until about 6:00 this morning. this is westbound 84 traffic heading towards the toll plaza. that gets two thumbs. traffic is very light this morning all the way into menlo park. to the south bay we go, earlier roadwork on southbound 101 around story road. that has been completely picked up. and 280 traffic still looks great. really you can see not many cars on the road so far towards the 880 interchange and your peninsula commute looks great on 101 and 280. let's do a bridge check. bay bridge so far no metering lights and no delay approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. even yeah no cash lanes fastrak lanes get by fine into san francisco. san mateo bridge you're looking great here, as well. we had an earlier accident in san mateo near el camino real on westbound 92.
that has been completely re- opened all lanes re-opened but it was an injury crash. all right. we have been following this story, as well. police activity in dublin. that southbound 680 off-ramp to dublin boulevard remains shut down likely until 7:00 this morning. so use 580 as your alternate. in the meantime we have a reporter kiet do on scene. mass transit if you want to use it off to a great start. systemwide for bart on time. ace train number one, muni metro and caltrain reporting no delay. of course remember kcbs, our radio partners, at 740-am and 106.9-fm. back to you. >> thank you. it is 5:23 now. who thought running could cost almost as much as -- who thought renting could cost almost as much as renting a home? >> i was shocked. the price was double. the bay area city with the highest jump in rent and it's not san francisco. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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i was like wow, that's like double. i tried to get rid of the commute. but with the price, i'm like maybe i'll stick around with the commute, you know? >> san jose's rent hikes in the 1st quarter averaging 7.8%, that exceeded new york city 7.4%. san francisco's 6th on the list at 6.2%. oakland was 8th add 5.4%. >> it is not cheap to live in the bay area, that is for sure. 5:27. a baseball coach in hot water this morning. the crews behavior right in front of some giants fans. plus, trump versus president obama. the new twist over college reports when we come back. and an alameda county sheriff's deputy shoots and kills a suspect and then goes to the hospital herself. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. ,,,, i am a sneeze whisperer.
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. we are back and good morning, everybody. it is thursday, april 28. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm sydnie kohara. thanks so much for joining us. your time is 5:30. a bit windy out there this morning. nothing to complain b let's check in with weather on this thursday and a sneak peek at the weekend. >> never too early-morning. the wind is whipping up the major weather story today. we are seeing breezes already especially at the coast.
you have clouds at the coast and even inside the way. mostly clear inland and a bit cool. we will have 70s and 80s on the weekend. right now let's check traffic with elizabeth. >> unfortunately, we have bart delays so i don't have any good news to share. right now the macarthur station, 15 minutes delays in the pittsburg-bay point and fremont directions. all other trains including those heading into san francisco are on time. also, ace train number one no delay, muni metro and caltrain off to a nice start. we'll check bay area bridges coming up but back to you. >> thank you. a violent confrontation in the east bay this morning. the suspect is dead and an alameda county sheriff's deputy is in the hospital. >> kiet do is in dublin where part of the freeway there still shut down. kiet, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and the body of that suspect is still here on the property of that dodge dealership just off the freeway here.
this as crime scene investigators are busy taking pictures, gathering evidence and trying to piece together what happened. they say at 1:30 this morning a female deputy came across a suspicious person at the dealership just off the dublin boulevard and 680 southbound. they got into a struggle and the suspect met the sergeant in the head -- hit the sergeant in the head with an object. the sergeant called for help on the radio, drew her weapon and shot once and killed the suspect. the sergeant was bleeding from the head and went to the hospital. her injuries run known. but the deputy had been on the force for some time. >> she was a sergeant so that meant she was experienced. she's very experienced. she has been on patrol for many, many years. very experienced. >> reporter: and the suspect was well known to the department. he was a transient described with a long rap sheet has been arrested several times and has a history of violence and fighting. the exit just off 680 southbound dublin boulevard will be closed for at least a
couple more hours as they process this very active police crime scene. >> so is it just the exit off 680 that is shut down or is dublin boulevard shut down or what, kiet? >> reporter: this street behind me here, that runs towards dublin boulevard. so the connecting street which is called amador plaza, that is shut off and then you can't access st. patrick way coming to this intersection. you cannot take the exit but you can drive up and down dublin boulevard if you need as to. >> thank you, kiet do. utter devastation in the south this morning. the death toll is nearing 200 after powerful tornadoes and storms ripped through five states. the hardest hit, alabama, where at least 128 people were killed. some of them died on a tornado that was caught on tape as it roared through a university
campus in tuscaloosa. mississippi, georgia, tennessee reeling from the deadly weather. entire neighborhoods are destroyed. hundreds of thousands are without power. >> looks like a scene from a movie. it is 5:34 now. the feds say show us the paperwork as they investigate that deadly peninsula pipeline blast. anne makovec is in san bruno with how pg&e is now responding. she joins us now. good morning. reporter: good morning. they are responding to another possible federal investigation as well as to the state public utilities commission which wants them to do more testing. the state public utilities commission wants them to test 700 miles of pipeline similar to the one that blew up here in san bruno. well, pg&e does not have proper records for the 700 miles and that is why they actually want to avoiding testing and instead go on assumptions of the
pipeline's quality. the reason pg&e says the test could disrupt gas service, cost $350 million and take five years to complete. the final decision is going to be made by the puc on whether or not they are going to be required to do all that testing. several members of the commission have already ex- expresswaysed the need for this stringent -- have already expressed the need for this stringent high pressure water testing despite the inconvenience. a federal investigation by the u.s. district attorney's office is under way. it could be a criminal investigation. that is all into what happened here on september 9 when a gas transmission line blew up destroying the neighborhood killing eight people. federal prosecutors are asking for thousands of pages of documents including pg&e's map, reports and emergency plans. this is on top of the ongoing investigation by the national transportation safety board and the state public utilities commission. now, there was also a town hall
meeting last night here in san bruno where people who owned property in the neighborhood talked about rebuilding, a lot of people want to do it soon but also talking about wind and solar power, because everybody is trying to avoid the natural gas that appears to be the cause of this blast. frank and sydnie? >> anne makovec live in san bruno this morning. anne, thank you. allergy sufferers beware of the wind. lawrence has the weather with wind and sunshine. >> we got the sunshine. yup. i got it right in my back pocket and we are going to pull it out today, folks, and you're going to enjoy the sun but those winds will be whipping in the bay area especially at the coast. we could see some 30-mile-an- hour winds at the beaches and probably stronger than that near some of the mountain gaps. we have some partly to mostly cloudy skies along the coast and inside the bay. mostly clear inland. temperatures running in the 40s and the 50s so kind of a mild start to the day really around most of the bay area.
by this afternoon, temperatures don't look bad but winds are going to be blowing so it's going to feel cooler. plan on 50s and 60s at the coast, 60s in the valleys but sunshine and warmer weather is on the way. more on that in a bit. right now let's check on traffic with elizabeth. good morning. all right. let's go out towards dublin right now police activity they still have this southbound 680 off-ramp to dublin boulevard still shut down. our reporter kiet do has been following this story all morning. the off-ramp will be shut down until 7 a.m. so use 580. dublin boulevard is open. bay bridge toll plaza, so far, so good. no metering lights. so no delay heading into san francisco and no roadwork, as well. marin county top speeds from novato, mill valley to the golden gate bridge. here's a live look at the southbound 101 traffic. that is your traffic. back to you. >> thank you. a major league coach
apologizes after coming under fire for some crude comments he made in front of some young children at at&t park. it happened during the giants game against the braves on saturday. a family from fresno says atlanta pitching coach roger mcdowell made homophobic comments and sexual gestures to three men next to them in the bleachers. the father complained, he said mcdowell said kids don't belong in a baseball park. >> he turned completely towards me grabbed his bat picked it up and said, how much are your teeth worth to you? . >> i think what coach mcdowell did was inappropriate. usually kids look up to major league players and coaches. >> mcdowell apologized for the way he responded to herballing from some of the fadges. the baseball commissioner is waiting for all the facts before he decides how to proceed. concerns over a federal judge's sexuality has prompted a new hearing on california's same-sex marriage ban. federal judge set the hearing for june 13.
it will consider throwing out the last ruling by a former chief judge vaughn walker that struck down proposition 8. prop 8 supporters want to disqualify walker's ruling because walker announced last month that he is gay and has been in a relationship for 10 years. iran wants sarah shourd back to be tried for spying. shourd and two other cal grads were arrested after hiking into iran from iraq nearly two years ago. she was released on bail while her two companions remain in prison. the "oakland tribune" reports iran has subpoenaed her but she won't be returning. now that president obama has released his full birth certificate there is an attempt to shift attention to his school records. the white house released a copy of the president's original birth certificate showing he was indeed born in honolulu. but that's not satisfying everyone. donald trump who pushed for the release now wants to see the president's university records. but the president says he is
focused on solving the nation's problems. and a shake-up to president obama's national security team. becomes official today. the plan is to move cia director leon panetta to the pentagon where he will replace defense secretary robert gates. gates said he will retire in june. panetta will be replaced by general david petraeus, the top commander of the wars in iraq and afghanistan. panetta grew up in monterey and graduated from santa clara university. 5:40. mounting a comeback, the last- second push to save another sports program at cal. >> plus, big news today about the iphone. what some people have been waiting almost a year for. also ahead... >> a few last-minute rehearsals and finishing touches. the excitement is building around the wedding of prince william and kate middleton now just a day away. ,, san francisco. a place with natural beauty and a forward-thinking spirit.
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winds whipping up outside today. we are going to sneak in a lot of sunshine heading toward the afternoon hours. it's going to be breezy especially at the coast. the winds will be whipping up so it is going to feel very cool even these temperatures into the 50s. but those winds blowing going to make it feel cooler. some of those temperatures getting near 70 by the afternoon. but the winds going to be the big story for today. already starting to see the breezy conditions kicking up. some of the ends with now 20 to 30 miles per hour. numbers running in the 50s and 40s. so fairly mild start to the day. if you are looking for some raindrops you can find some, go to eureka to find that. 54 there and scattered showers, partly cloudy skies into redding, high country looking good, partly cloudy skies in lake tahoe, 54, slushy skiing conditions up there. looking here, flat ridge of
high pressure sitting out here. you have another system running over the top of this and as it moves by it's going to generate winds especially toward the afternoon. let's plan on very gusty winds toward the immediate coastline and probably into the mountain gaps. it's going to blow pretty good and probably into tomorrow, as well. wind sheltered areas parts of the south bay 68 in morgan hill, 64 in fremont, and a cool 58 and windy in daly city. east bay temperatures will be sunny and pretty nice near 70 degrees in antioch and brentwood. you have lower 60s inside the bay. up on the north coast, you will see cooler temperatures into the 50s. we'll see winds continuing on friday. saturday and sunday, here comes the sunshine just the way elizabeth likes. warm temperatures, too. that's the latest from here, back to you. >> thank you. let's go towards 24/680. we have a camera in walnut creek where conditions are moving along just fine. everything showing top speeds all the way down southbound 680 if you are heading towards the
san ramon valley. want to zoom in towards highway 4 because we are starting to see brake lights from a street to loveridge. some speeds as low as under 25 miles per hour. the ride out of the altamont pass, busy, as well. 15 minutes is the drive from the altamont pass. towards 680 at the dublin interchange, following police activity most of the morning. that's southbound 680 off-ramp to dublin boulevard remains shut down. police on scene. they have it completely blocked. we have a reporter on the scene. they are saying until about 7:00 this morning they are going to have the ramp completely shut down. dublin boulevard is open all lanes. all right to the south bay we go now everything fine on 101. they wrapped up earlier roadwork. 280 looks just as good. it's starting to get more crowded in those northbound lanes of 280. great problem-free this morning. same thing with the right out of mary. here's live look at the golden gate bridge. they did the lane change early this morning so traffic getting by just great heading into san
francisco and bart we just learned a couple of minutes ago is now all on time after earlier delays at the mcarthur station. tune to kcbs for the latest traffic information. remember kcbs, our radio partners, at 740-am and 106.9- fm. back to you. >> thank you. it is 5:46. okay, less than 24 hours from now, prince william and kate middleton will tie the knot. now, practice makes perfect. more rehearsals on tap today at westminster abbey. >> charlie d'agata is live in london with what the royal couple is doing to get ready on this, the very last day the prep and then get ready for the big day. hi, charlie. >> reporter: good morning to you, frank. well, the place is buzzing even more than normal today. the reason, prince harry and kate middleton and the bridesmaids came here this morning to westminster abbey for one last rehearsal before tomorrow's big day. 4 hours from now, the -- 24 hours from now the wedding will be over and kate middleton and
prince william will be sharing a kiss on the balcony of buckingham palace. reporter: police escorted kate middleton, her bridesmaids and best man prince harry from westminster abbey this morning after their final wedding rehearsal. with just one day to go before the real thing the city of london is buzzing with excitement and last-minute preparations. last night, kate and prince william were all smiles after their last walk-through at the church together. today, the official royal wedding website released a souvenir program which will go on sale tomorrow along the procession route. it includes the full order of service, a personal thank you message from will and kate, and a never-before-seen picture of the royal couple. the temperature is really dropped in london. and forecasters are calling for a chance of rain on the wedding day. still, nothing can dampen the spirits of the die-hard fans who camped out for days. >> even a thunderstorm, it will be fun. >> reporter: if wet weather moves in the couple will have
to leave the abbey in this glass coach which could make it difficult for hundreds of thousands of spectators to get a good look. >> if they come back in a closed carriage, the fans will go mental. we want to see the newlyweds, to see them, the dress. >> reporter: tradition has it that rain on your wedding day is good luck. >> reporter: now, whatever the weather, i'm going to be prepared. i have my trusty umbrella. i have my binoculars. and i have my official royal wedding bag sick bag just in case. [ laughter ] >> what? is that a souvenir, charlie? >> reporter: it's real. it's real. yup. there is a woman who is cashing in on it. >> oh, my gosh. i cannot believe -- we saw those shots. people already lined up like they are waiting for the parade. i mean, looks like the line for a new iphone or something. >> with tiaras on. >> reporter: yeah. well, i mean, it's insane. we are here from about midnight
on so we're here through the night until about 3:00, 4:00 in the morning we went out. and the crowds have probably doubled or tripled in the past day. so many americans down there by the way, a couple that we spoke to you saw in the report and more that you'll see. and believe me, you would not believe what a great view they are going to have tomorrow when kate middleton and prince william leave from westminster abby. it's incredible. >> how about? where do you get to watch the wedding? >> reporter: tomorrow, i have my binoculars, this is how close i'm going to be. but me and my trusty cameraman carl, right after they leave to do buckingham palace, we are going to follow them through the crowd. we are of getting as close as we can. >> great. have fun with that. wow. what a great event. charlie, we'll be right with you. charlie d'agata live in london
covering the royal wedding. and you can watch the royal wedding live right here on cbs 5. our coverage is going to begin nice and early tomorrow morning at 1:30 a.m. right after the late late show. cbs 5 "early edition" will follow suit starting around 5:53. so join us tomorrow. >> we are going to have the early, "early edition." >> cup of tea instead of coffee tomorrow. 5:50. you have waited a year for this. what apple is finally rolling out today. >> and it's almost that time of year. summer vacation. the top three destinations and the confession most parents are making about their kids. coming up. ,,,, hey marcel, watch this!
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naming rights dealing for a stadium in santa clara. caa sports negotiates big contracts for prominent athletes and also brokers corporate partners for stadiums and now the 49ers and the city of santa clara want to find a sponsor to help fund the stadium there, which is expected to cost more than $900 million. uc-berkeley's men's gymnastics team trying to vault off the budget chopping block. recent fundraisers raised $2.5 million. the university wanted them to raise $4 million but the team hopes to scale down the budget and raise money through the season so the program will be reinstated soon. >> we're laying out a different budget plan for next year and the following years, you know, less scholarships and things that don't matter in the programs. >> earlier this year, fundraising efforts saved cal baseball. >> i'm a proud alum, i'll say go bears to that story in a big way. it's 5:53. the white iphone finally hits
shelves today nearly one year behin schedule because make the white case was more challenging than they first thought. it will sell for about $200 or $300 depending upon the model. so you have some summer plans? orlando, las vegas, seattle are your top three travel destinations. that's according to a survey by orbitz. 3% of people said gas prices were a big factor in their summer travel plans. about 75% are trying to keep their summer travel budget under $2,000. and 70% say they don't feel guilty about taking a vacation without their kids. they are probably going to vegas. [ laughter ] it's 5:54. traffic and weather. of all the people up here, lawrence, you have a daughter. where's jessica? >> home asleep! where she should be right now. >> dad, no way i'm getting this up early, huh? >> not a chance. she thinks i'm nutty getting this up early. but she is going to be liking the weather. she lost the wind. >> i'm not going to work.
i'm going to stay outside and enjoy it. >> have you ever seen the forecast where there is sun across the board monday through sunday? >> since you have been here -- you came and the record storm of the century -- [ laughter ] >> here in the bay area, how about this? no rain in sight! >> awesome! >> wind is going to be whipping but the winds turn offshore on the weekend. how about some 70s and 80s over the weekend slight cooling into month and then right the other direction again next tuesday and wednesday. those temperatures up into the 80s. yup, elizabeth is smiling now. >> i know. i always say i got to head inland. big towel and little lawn chair on the marina green. >> i always say i need sunshine to get through my books. it's the only time i can ever read. i have two chapters left of jane eyre. >> for months! >> it's ridiculous. i know. all right. >> give it up. >> give it up. all right. let's go out to the central freeway right now. if you are coming in or out of
san francisco, everything looks great. no problems at all along the peninsula. but we're still following this police activity. an investigation take place at dublin boulevard and amador plaza road. southbound 680 off-ramp to dublin interchange will be shut down for a couple of hours. that's traffic. back to you. >> thank you. in the next half hour, killer tornadoes strike the south. some amazing video and the unbelievable damage it left behind. >> plus, doctors closely watching bryan stow. what they hope could happen by the weekend. and an alameda county sheriff's deputy is in the hospital recovering from head injuries after shooting and killing a suspect early this morning. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. and the potential of a federal criminal investigation into the blast here in san bruno as pg&e hems and haws over testing requirements. we'll have the latest coming up. ,, ,,,,,,
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. one man killed, one deputy injured. the fight that ended in gunfire in alameda county. seeking answers into the deadly pipeline explosion. the critical information federal prosecutors now want from pg&e. good morning, it is thursday, april 28. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm sydnie kohara. thanks so much for joining us. coming up on 6:00. let's go ahead and get you out the door with a quick look at traffic and weather. a little bit windy out there but lots and lots and lots of sunshine. mr. sunshine himself, lawrence karnow. >> good morning. hey, folks, we are going to see those winds kicking up around the bay area. that will be the main weather story for today. still a lot of clouds at the coast and inside the bay, breezy conditions, mostly clear inland. winds whipping to 30 miles per hour and gusting higher than that at the coast by the