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late crab season. kpix 5's don ford on who is coming to their rescue. >> reporter: turn right some. >> reporter: just below the surface a humpback whale is struggling to untangle itself from fishing lines pulling floats keeping it from swimming free. this rescue crew is using a pole-mounted hook knife trying to release the animal. >> okay, okay, okay. i think i got something. i know i got something there. >> reporter: this year, several whales have run into crab pot lines that normally would have been pulled by now but the season started so late that whale migration and crab fishing have run into each other. >> the work we're doing is extremely dangerous and people have died in other countries doing similar work. >> reporter: although not a large number of whales are trapped, those that do could suffer severe injuries like this one seen here in 2014 finally freed. but the oceanic society doesn't
consider the crab fishermen to blame. >> they are helping us. the two disentanglements we have been successful have been initiated by the fishermen. >> we see them out there every day and we run up close enough to pull the glasses out to see if they are entangled. we'll notify them and get the team out here. >> reporter: being wild, the whales are unpredictable. they have been known to thrash about when approached and it's against the law to get closer than 100 yards unless you have a special rescue permit from noaa. as far as the crab season itself, well, what's left of it this year, it comes to a close next month. with it, tens of thousands of pots like these will come out of the water. the whales will be with us for most of the summer. in bodega bay, don ford, kpix 5. >> this morning noaa received the report of a whale entangled 35 miles off the coast of
monterey. developing news out of placer county where a grass fire is sending thick, black and white smoke shooting into the sky. it's already chewed through about 100 acres and is threatening nearby businesses. high temperatures today and some gusting winds fanned the flames. the fire is 50% contained in lincoln near the thunder valley casino. it started about 3 p.m. today. it is proving quite a struggle for the firefighters there trying to keep it from spreading. this was the scene about an hour ago flames and smoke at an industrial yard. it's already burned some delivery trucks and large quantities of pvc piping. no word on the cause. closer to home a smaller brush fire in oakland. chp closed the 11th street on- ramp to westbound 980 to contain it. no cause known on that one, as well. two dogs nearly left for
dead in the spring heat. the marin humane society rescued the animals from two different hot vehicles today. one was about 110 degrees inside. at least a live look at san jose temperatures there close to 90 this afternoon. and in san francisco, a little bit cooler. this is a live look at ocean beach where temperatures hit the 70s. but nothing compared to parts of the east bay. kpix 5's chief meteorologist paul deanno live in danville. how hot did it get there this afternoon? >> reporter: 93 degrees in danville. inland was toasty today. we get hot this time of year typically but this was still well above average. not record territory. but look at the graphics. that's 18 degrees above average for san francisco. normal is 64 today the city at 82. 14 degrees above average in concord and san jose. oakland with a high of 88, 20
degrees above average. other highs around the bay area, fremont 86. napa 91. mountain view 90. pacifica high of 80. coming up in a few minutes we'll talk about a cooldown. this warmup going to last two days. the cooldown could last more than a week. we'll talk about when highs in danville will go from the 90s to the 60s. that's coming up in a few minutes. thank you. now to campaign 2016. if you thought the presidential race was nasty, 17 candidates a lot of mudslinging, and now one presumptive nominee left in the ring. just wait until you see what's going on in the south bay. kpix 5's len ramirez tells us the state senate race for santa clara county is starting to get ugly. >> reporter: it's the latest barrage in a knockdown dragout fight for the state senate between nora campos and her opponent. >> we will not be intimidated.
>> reporter: she called a news conference to accuse bell of pressuring kaiser permanente to put an ally of hers darcy green on leave. she's a candidate for the assembly and was working for kaiser permanente in government relations while running for office. >> when you bully a woman out of her job, make her choose between income and feeding her family and running for office, considering that we're already a vulnerable population within politics, that's extraordinarily, um, over the line. >> reporter: kaiser permanente denied that in a statement that said, quote, any claim that senator bell talked to us about miss green's employment while a candidate for assembly is not true. and bell himself speaking through skpe also denied any involvement. >> i think we have a desperate opponent and issuing these last- minute charges is kind of a desperation tactic. >> reporter: bell is playing hardball with campos saying she was involved in the infamous mailer that accused her brother's city council opponent
of being a communist. former supervisor george shirakawa was charged criminally after his dna was found on the stamp and labor thugs cased her home after her husband was involved in a fight with a labor leader at a fundraising event last week. the chp is investigating. >> i don't want to say that i was intimidated. but i was concerned and i didn't think that they would use a tactic that they are using now. >> it's, um, sad but, uhm, this is the way it's going because of the desperation tactics. >> reporter: in a state senate race where bad blood has been simmering, things are starting to boil over. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. in the race for the white house, oregon and kentucky taking center stage tonight for the democrats while the polls are still open in oregon. they closed in kentucky two hours ago. right now the race there too close to call.
a dead heat with hillary clinton and bernie sanders. sanders with 47%, clinton with 46%. 96% of the precincts have reported in. this is live look at the sanders election night rally. a lot of folks out there. this is going on in the l.a. suburb of carson, california. sanders will be in the bay area tomorrow kicking off two rallies before the june 7 primary here. he has a 1 p.m. rally at the santa clara county fairgrounds in a san jose. and then he will be heading to a 7:30 p.m. rally at vallejo waterfront park. meanwhile on the republican side, donald trump is competing unopposed in oregon. and today he picked up 9 delegates in guam which held its territorial convention in march. he is less than 100 delegates short of the number that he needs, 1,237, to clinch the nomination. california treasurer john chiang says he will start raising money to run for
governor in 2018. he is a democrat from torrance. he has been elected to statewide office three times twice as controller and as state treasurer in 2014. he is the son of taiwanese immigrants. if elected he would be california's first asian governor. right now lieutenant governor and former san francisco mayor gavin newsom is the only well known state politician in the race for governor. he has already raised more than $5 million and former l.a. mayor antonio villaraigosa is also considering a run. governor brown's historic fourth term in office ends in 2018. and he is not eligible for re- election. one east bay city taking aggressive steps to try to stop those freeway shootings. they are installing 10 new cameras on the highways. pittsburg city leaders voting to spend $100,000 for better surveillance video and added patrols. there have been 6 shootings on highway 4 in the past year including one that killed a
mother of four. >> we think there's a time urgency to get these cameras up. we want to prevent shootings. >> the cameras will be in strategic spots and could provide critical information including license plate numbers. new at 6:00 why the sudden surge in freeway shootings? one answer may surprise you. kpix 5's emily turner is in antioch with a look at gang migration. emily. >> reporter: you know, you couldn't have picked a better term for it than gang migration. that's exactly what it is. if you think about it, anytime a gang member moves from one place to another, all of the baggage that they pack comes with them and it doesn't mix very well. in fact, it mixes so poorly, it overflows on to our highways. >> gunshots heard. >> reporter: this isn't just video from one scene of one of the multiple recent highway shootings. it's one piece though of a much larger problem an uptick in gang violence in communities
along the highway 4 corridor. >> it's out of control. it's getting younger and younger and younger. >> reporter: this community leader says gang violence is escalated beyond the breaking point and now spills on to the highways. the cause he says is an influx of outside communities that bring with them their less savory elements. >> they are definitely streetwise. they are individuals from san francisco, san jose, oakland. >> reporter: he blames regent tryification and increased cost of little for the displacement and in oakland violent crime is down in the last few years but they bring their beef with them and it doesn't blend well. pittsburg police department says violent crime is up. so instead of a melting pot it's become a hotbed for violence? >> it definitely is. >> reporter: local law enforcement has teamed up with chp to tackle the problem as part of a regional task force. the city of richard where the first highway shootings happened did, as well. he is here on the ground floor and hopes he can make a
difference. so when you talk to community members in outreach, do they say i'm afraid to go out to my car at night, i lock my doors no matter what. a lot of people are even scared to go on night walks with us because you never know what's going to happen. >> reporter: this regional task force is led by the california highway patrol. it has so far worked well in the area of richmond where those first shootings were. now they will tackle this area and as for everyone here, community leaders, people living here, law enforcement, they all hope they will have the same success, as well. in antioch, emily turner, kpix 5. a livermore man is facing charges of shooting at another car on interstate 5. a driver says john seyer pulled out a gun and fired as they drove often i50 in fresno county. they were driving northbound on the freeway at highway 198 on sunday morning. the victim says seyer was weaving in and out of lanes and then pulled alongside and fired a shot hitting the passenger door. the victim got a picture of the license tag with his cell
phone. and then led police to seyer's home in livermore. inside, detectives found guns and three assault rifles and ammunition. everything was legal. in berkeley the search is on for the suspect who allegedly opened fire on a man in a san pablo park about 11 a.m. this morning. when police arrived, they found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds. he was rushed to the hospital where his condition is unknown at this time. police roped off the area of gathering evidence and no arrests have been made. they came out to see wine country and got the ride of their lives. the scare for some foodies when their hot air balloon blew off course. >> a different side to the pet groomer accused of killing a puppy. the man's uncle tells us why he would trust his own dog with him. >> sharks swimming close to surfers off the northern california coast. why now is such a good time to spot them. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
groomer accused of animal cruelty. shocked by the new defense. we are starting here from people who know the petsmart groomer who stands accused of animal cruelty. shocked by the news, they are coming to his defense. juan zarate was arrested over the weekend. a dachshund died in his care. x-rays later revealed broken ribs and punctured lung. kpix 5's maria medina spoke to one of the groomer's relatives and she is live with that story now in san mateo. maria. >> reporter: thigh uncle says his nephew was excited about his new job here at petsmart and is now devastated about these allegations. you trust him with your dog? >> oh, yeah. >> reporter: but san mateo police tell a much different story. juan sar rat now accused of killing a puppy.
>> i know he is innocent. he just went out and got out tools for grooming and stuff. that's something he really liked. >> reporter: gustavo is the suspect's uncle. he says there must be another side. but the dog's owner told investigators just three minutes after he dropped off his dachshund to get groomed on sunday, zarate came out. the dog was bleeding from the mouth, trouble breathing. the cops are saying the dog's ribs were broken and it had a punctured lung. how can you explain that? >> i can't. >> reporter: jeff is a long- time groomer. >> but there's people that shouldn't be grooming. they don't have the temperament. >> reporter: his business opened since the '80s just down the street from the petsmart. as a groomer could you see an accident happening? >> no, the dog probably got scared and the guy overreacted. it's bad for business. people are already worried about dropping their kids off with us and that makes it harder for us. >> reporter: but the uncle insists his nephew is innocent. he says he trusted his nephew to groom his own dogs. >> i don't know what happened. i don't know the true story yet.
i haven't had a chance to talk to him. but i know he is devastated being accused of this. >> reporter: you know, customers we spoke to say they are shocked about these allegations. a spokesman for pet mart says zarate is suspended pending the outcome of the investigation. he will be back in court next month. maria medina, kpix 5. scary moments for hot air balloon passengers in napa when their balloon went down. the winds kicked up unexpectedly and blew the balloon over the napa river. it landed in a dry spot in a watery area where there's no access to roads. but the california highway patrol was doing helicopter training nearby and made radio contact with the balloon pilot. they got them out. the groom was carrying food writers who now have something else to write about. [ chuckling ] other bay area headlines a helicopter crew rescues an
injured hiker in walnut creek. this is video from the contra costa county sheriff's department. it happened last friday in a remote trail in the shell ridge open spade. they airlifted him to safety. warning labels will be coming to soda and sugary drinks in san francisco as planned. a federal judge in san francisco rejected a move from soft drink companies who wanted to thwart the law. the warning label law goes into effect in july. an open house on high-speed rail goes on now in san jose. locals are getting an update on the segment that will run from san jose to merced with trains leaving from the diridon station. another opens in gilroy. they hope to start service by 2025. the name of a new stating atcy is getting a few chuckles tonight. but the governor is not laughing. the bureau of medical marijuana
regulations seems pretty straightforward enough. but it's the acronym that's getting all the buzz. bmmr. looks like bummer! the governor wants it changed to zero of medical cannibis regulation. the agency will license them in 2018. we are getting a bird's-eye view of what's swimming off the surface of santa cruz. helicopters caught this shark cruising around yesterday. it doesn't look big from the air but the pilot from specialized choppers estimates the shark was between 7 and 10 feet long. at one point, it comes within just a couple of yards of two surfers. because visibility is so clear this time of year the group is expecting more shark sightings. paul deanno is standing by live in danville far enough inland where no sharks can bother him. might be failing a little heat
out there. >> yeah. it is hot. when you get no ocean influence that sun is high and strong. it gets hot in california quickly. 93 degrees live in sycamore valley park where we have lacrosse going on behind me. we have baseball going on [ signal breakup ] -- kids will likely be sweating a little more than normal. highs around the bay area lots of spots hitting that magic 90- degree mark as you see ocean beach in the background lots of folks taking advantage of a beach day today. hayward, mountain view, richmond 90. coming close kentfield at 89. morgan hill at 88. but half moon bay right on the beach. i'm talking like if you are standing on the beach it was cooler. half moon bay 71. a's playing tonight. what a wonderful night for baseball. no jacket needed taking on the texas rangers 7:05 the first pitch clear and mild 74 degrees at the top of the first inning tonight at oakland coliseum. danville tomorrow not as warm.
we hit 93 today. we'll hit 85 tomorrow. and how about thursday? 71 degrees. that's it. things are changing. we have an offshore wind today with a big ridge of high pressure off to our west. a strong onshore flow thursday after one more warm day tomorrow t lower temperatures over the weekend. cool thursday inning every inland dropped inland. partly -- cooler thursday, inland. we could see scattered showers as a large area of low pressure sits to our north strong onshore flow keeping us much cooler on the weekend. if you want to enjoy the warm weather, today is wrapping up. you got tomorrow. then the cool stuff comes in and where i'm standing it's going to be 63 degrees as we head toward the weekend. live from danville, back to you in the studio. where it is always 72 because
ken likes it cool. >> he does. we all suffer for it. >> thanks, paul. [ laughter ] an online bidding war for apartments. the next big thing or renters nightmare? mike? >> reporter: got a website make the bay area's ridiculous housing market even hotter? it certainly is heating up the discussion. i'll have that story coming up. >> don't get burned by your sunscreen. the new report that says nearly half of all products aren't doing what they claim. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
but a website that shows wh people are bidding on propes is getting very mixed revie. kpix fiv n this is designed to take the stress out of apparent hunting but a website that shows what people are bidding on properties is getting mixed reviews. mike sugerman reports from the mission. >> reporter: it's like an ebay auction if you know how that works. we are at the mission which is epicenter of what some call the worst housing crisis in the area since the great depression. on the other hand, you have middle class families buying
real estate and they want to make a good living. this website seems to put the two on a collision course. >> reporter: what's the average two-bedroom in san francisco look like? >> when you have company. >> nice. >> you have room. >> reporter: it's probably much nicer than the average place. but its close to the average rent, two bedrooms now going for about $4,800 a month. landlord gail saban could charge more for the glen park beauty and she probably would get it easily. >> just like with buying in the city, people offer more. >> reporter: but now it's a blind bid. you don't know what other people are bidding. the website rent berry wants to change that by making it all public. >> submit educated offer. >> reporter: on alex lubinsky's since rent berry, you bid and see other bids, too. they only charge when they rent the place. they charge the renter $25 no other fees. >> i think the biggest help to a landlord is to hand off something to a third party that
they don't want to do themselves. >> reporter: they don't have to take the highest bidder. they can take anyone they want after meeting them but there are concerns this bidding website could lead to an ever increasing bidding war. >> it's going to just -- anything -- renters are just bidding it up. it's like rent prices will go up, obviously. >> reporter: tenants groups aren't happy about the site. rents have been going up at a high rate in recent years in san francisco although things have leveled off. some surveys show rents are going down. >> could also make some things more affordable if people are bidding low. >> reporter: tenants groups blast the website one thing anything that can help raise the price of housing, it's such a big housing crisis, is callous. and another advocate went so far as to say that this is like martin shkreli the high-tech drug guy who raised life-saving drugs from $13 to $750 a pill to make money. we don't know how this is going
to affect anything because the website just went online today. in san francisco, mike sugerman, kpix 5. coming up in our next half- hour, a fishing boat erupts in flames. two bay area men and their dog forced to jump into the ocean. you will hear from the captain who came to their rescue not a moment too soon. >> patients getting access to an endless source of painkillers. the new plan to trip up the doctors supplying addicts with narcotics. >> plus, a bay area dad's hilarious tale of vomit. and misfortune that has gone viral. ,, ,,
crab fishing lines. it's more of a problem this quick check on our top stories at 6:00. migrateing whales caught in crab fishing line. it's a problem because of the late start to the crab season. crews from the oceanic society have come to the rescue several times, praising the crabbers for alerting them to the whales they have found in trouble. right now crews are mopping up after a grass fire burned near a northern california casino. the athens fire broke out around 3:00 this afternoon in
placer county near the thunder valley casino. it's charred 150 acres and burned several cars and pieces of equipment. at last check the fire was 50% contained. and in the race for the white house, it's primary night for the democrats in oregon and kentucky. polls closed in kentucky 2.5 hours ago. right now the race there still too close to call for sure. hillary clinton and bernie sanders with just a point difference between them. sanders has 46% of the vote, clinton 47%. it's been flip-flopping back and forth. 99% of the precincts are reporting in. cbs reporter craig boswell is in washington, dc tonight. craig, the candidates are certainly, um, keeping things interesting. this is a tight one. >> reporter: oh, they certainly are. good evening to you, ken. yeah, with the democratic delegates dwindling as we end this race, three or four weeks
left this race in kentucky too close to call lots of lead changes. bernie sanders and hillary clinton batting in a pair of primary states for 116 total delegates 55 of them in kentucky. bernie sanders is optimistic about his chances in oregon and kentucky. >> well, i feel about oregon and kentucky the way i usually feel, and that is if there's a large voter turnout, i think we'll a win. >> reporter: sanders is on a roll having won the last two primaries. but hillary clinton has 94% of the delegates needed and is on track to secure the nomination in june. >> hello, lexington! >> reporter: clinton has invested time and money in kentucky trying to slow sanders' momentum but saved most of her fire power for donald trump even mocking his potential debate answers. >> and if one answer is, i'm gonna do it, i know how to do it i'll get it done -- [ imitating him sarcastically ] >> -- but i'm not going to tell you what i'm going to do.
>> reporter: she spent time focusing on trump during campaign street. in an interview with megyn kelly, he will strike back. >> i respond strongly. but in just about all cases, i have been responding to what they did to me. >> reporter: a new poll shows clinton with a 3-point lead in a hypothetical matchup with trump. voters in kentucky did go to the polls to cast their ballots. in oregon, it's a mail-in ballot and they don't begin counting those until an hour and a half. it will be a late-night counting ballots in oregon. >> craig, i want to ask you about bernie sanders specifically. um, he is finally speaking out about the chaos at this weekend's nevada convention. um, many people have been pressuring him to condemn the violence, but he is not really backing down, is he? >> right. bernie sanders unapologetic about what happened in las vegas while the campaign says it doesn't condone violence neither does bernie sanders check out the video of sanders
still not apologizing. this is what happened when a group of sanders supporters angry over convention rules governing delegate eligibility angry that the rules disqualified some sanders supporters they began flipping chairs. it was also some other violent behavior. sanders blamed the democratic leadership. here's a portion of bernie sanders's statement. he says, the democratic leadership used its power to prevent a fair and transparent process from taking place. this has gotten a lot of attention particularly because of that video because of the race and because of fears of possible violence at the convention in july in philadelphia. the democratic convention the sanders campaign is calling that nonsense because sanders has held so many large rallies where there's been no problems where they have had thousands of people in fact look at the rally tonight bernie sanders holding in carson, california. thousands of people began gathering hours ago and no issues there. back to you. >> interesting, interesting dynamics being played out here.
craig boswell in dc tonight, thank you. two bay area men made a narrow escaping from a burning boat off the southern california coast of a fire engulfed their fishing boat. apparently it started in the engine compartment and spread to the cabin. those two men and dog jumped into the water and the captain of another boat who heard their distress call picked them up. >> they had flotation suits on which are things that they have had on board which was very good to have. and the dog even had a life jacket on. >> what were their very first words to you? >> thank you! >> the two boaters john burris and jackson gentry were heading to half moon bay when the fire started. the boat sung but burris and gentry and the dog named rocket are all okay. california prosecutors slapping criminal charges on the pipeline company responsible for last year's santa barbara oil spill. plains all american pipeline
faces 46 criminal charges including four felony counts. one employee was cited for failing to provide timely notice of the pipeline spill. it dumped 140,000 gallons into the water from a broken pipeline. the company may have to pay up to $2.8 million in damages. in the time you have been watching this newscast, someone died of an opiod overdose. it happens every 18 minutes. there are more than 29,000 overdoses in 2014 according to the cdc. many of those deaths from prescription painkillers. allen martin reports, california has a new plan to crack down on doctors who are feeding the epidemic. >> reporter: dr. richard rand arrested in san francisco three weeks ago returning from hawaii. the reno family physician faces federal drug conspiracy charges. >> this kind of abuse is not going to be tolerated. >> reporter: the feds say dr. rand was writing prescriptions for oxycodone, with no
legitimate medical reasons. the prescriptions were filled and the drugs sold. now there's a way to catch patients who get too many pills. >> norco or percocet or oxycontin or morphine or dilaudid. >> reporter: according to the cdc, since 1999, the number of unintentional overdose deaths has quadrupled. >> we were taught as part of our training to treat pain at any cost. >> reporter: this doctor took part in the overdose prevention conference in santa clara county. >> these medications were designed to be used after surgery and accidents or for cancer pain and all of a sudden we ended up using them for any type of pain. >> reporter: they are also highly addictive and that's led to an increase in patients who doctor shop. one patient getting different doctors to write multiple prescriptions for the same drugs. in a few weeks, a new state program designed to prevent that will be mandatory for every doctor in capital who prescribes the painkillers. it's called cures 2.0 which
stands for controlled substance utilization review and evaluation system. >> every prescription that a patient has filled in the last 12 months and who the prescriber was and which pharmacy they went to and how many pills and what kind of pills. >> reporter: this doctor says this will cu t down patients who doctor shop and will reduce the number of doctors who write too many prescriptions for dangerous narcotics because pharmacists will also be a part of cures. >> the pharmacist cast call provider back and say, do you really want to fill this prescription? i see that this patient has been going to a lot of different providers. >> reporter: and if patients can't get the meds they are addicted to, they might just turn to treatment. >> if people are not able to get their opiates and also getting pressure from the community around them, they hopefully will be seeking more treatment. >> reporter: in san francisco,
allen martin, kpix 5. >> kentucky launched its online database four years ago and there's been a decline in the number of prescriptions for abused medications of a reduction in doctor shopping. the miracle of life on facebook. how a california mom felt to have her husband streaming her labor live. >> a day of father-son bonding quickly conspires out of control. the car journey that has the internet cracking up. ,,,,,,,,
to join the wednesday night league. because he loves to play hoops. not jump through them. that's the excitement of rewarding connections. apply online or at a bank of america near you. this is what it got him... n patterson's little boy puked one area dad will think twice before giving mom the night off. yeah, it was her fault! this is what it got him. ben patterson's little boy threw up everywhere in the car. nothing to laugh about. but what followed is pretty hysterical. and now, it's gone viral. ben frantically tried to text his wife. i can't even be in the car!
it's so awful. i seriously don't know what to do. i'm barfing every time i try to pick it up. i'm puking on some lady's lawn in burlingame and she comes tour bus crash ask me if i'm drunk while driving the kids. they police give him a breathalyzer which he passes and he texts, you owe me so big. finally he asks, what did he eat because it smells like rotting whale blubber. ben's very bad day has now been shared more than 150,000 times. ben, it's called being a dad then there's this dad. he shared the miracle of childbirth live on facebook and get this, without mom knowing. yeah. aha. a comedian in carmichael let all his friends into the delivery room via social media, thanks a lot! the new dad said he messaged
his wife he would be posting it but only as she went into labor so she didn't get the message for a few hours. >> she kind of didn't know about the live aspect? >> oh. >> and my cousin said, um, keep pushing. [ laughter ] >> and from that point on, i figured that she knew that she was on live. >> well, apparently mom was actually okay with the facebook broadcast. video has been viewed more than 67,000 times. as for the star, the couple's 8- pound bundle of joy, very happy healthy and ready to go home. >> clearly we need rules on this social media thing. it's sunscreen season. you see those big numbers and figure you're covered. why that may not be the case. ,, ,,,,,,
or above. and they found that 43% of them almost half failed to meet the spf claim on the labels. also found products that were labeled as natural or mineral based were more likely to fall shorter than those that were chemical based. but the biggest discrepancy in the study? two sunscreens both market for kids labeled with spf of 50 were found to have spf of just 8.gentleman sunscreen necessary for being out today. sunshine and 93 degrees in danville for the high. it's currently 88. the mobile weather playing some baseball out here, the kid will play baseball. they don't care about the temperatures. just drink a lot of water. we are at sycamore valley park. the skies are clear, the view
is amazing and it's hot. 88 in livermore. 91 in concord. i think i hear the ice cream truck. san jose 85. santa rosa 89. san jose 59. livermore and oakland also the upper 50s. offshore wind eliminating the ocean influence. that changes tomorrow. an onshore flow begins a significant cooldown as after two days well above normal, we will spend at least five to seven days. much below normal. so clear and mild tonight. warm again tomorrow especially away from the water with major cooling everywhere beginning thursday. highs tomorrow still about 15 degrees above average. sunnyvale that's 89 degrees for you. milpitas, 85. hayward 7. danville not as
warm. not 92. high of 85 tomorrow. but still above average. sa sonoma 88. lakeport 91. extended forecast, look at the drop especially away from the water. you thursday 93 to 75. nearly 20 degrees cooler by thursday afternoon. friday partly cloudy skies. weekend cooler and cloudier and scattered afternoon showers. saturday and sunday. next week we lose the rain but keep the cooler than average weather. we are playing baseball. the view looks nice. the weather is warm. it's going to be cooler 48 hours from now. that's your forecast. back with sports in a minute. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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>> reporter: down 13 at the half the thunder picked themselves up off the mat and fought back to take round one of this heavyweight bout. >> just trying to throw the punch right and be the aggressor. >> get punched in the mouth come back and step up. >> you know it's a show. it's a fight. >> reporter: the warriors offense was held to 14 points in the 4th quarter and all too often was throwing wild haymakers trying to land the knockout blow. >> too many quick shots. we're down four and we were acting like we had 20 seconds left. >> defensive game was good, offensively we sucked. >> got to open my eye. >> reporter: so the champs return to the corner to regroup and hopefully come out swinging in round 2 tomorrow night. >> we don't want to go down 2-
0. i don't need to tell our players, hey get desperate. they feel it. >> he smiled and said we been here before. yeah, i know. i like this. so this will be fun. you know, everybody is against you and don't think you can do it and blase' blase'. this is where it get fun for us. and the nba did announce today that russell westbrook did in fact travel with 17 seconds left and the refs blew the call. the warriors would have got the ball back down only 3 points. but the admission was hardly a consolation prize for steve kerr. >> came out quickly and said that was a travel. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> yes! yes. that's awesome. >> there are no do-overs. that admission is worth about as much as a beenie baby. the 49ers would love a
do-over of the 2015 season. the quarterbacks are the same. the coach noticed one thing about himself since he was fired by the eagles. >> the ocean is on the other side so if i was facing north and philly the ocean is on the right. now the ocean is on the left. >> it's going to be great. questions surrounding the 49ers is the starting quarterback. colin kaepernick has not been fully cleared to play and that means that blaine gabbert has the upper hand. >> there's no fall-behind because there's no behind. there's not a race. it's the first day we go against the defenses is today. we're not names the starting line-up. >> only the quarterback playing has the upper hand. eagles have drama after the starter sam bradford demanded a trade when they picture wentz in the draft. bradford never had a winning season so the trade request
didn't sit well with seattle's michael pennant. >> i can't believe sam bradford is complaining about making $40 million in the next two years and because he actually has to compete for a position with his teammates. how can you play with a guy that doesn't want to compete at a high level feels like this should be solidified without the stats to back it up. rangers second base many rougned odor is suspended eight games for punching -- >> thomas hit man hearns! >> down goes frazier. bautista is suspended one game. odor is appealing so he will be in the line-up but as beretta once said ken and you'll remember this don't do the crime if you can't do the time. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com company save an average of $548! oo! i mean, whoo.
announcer: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how's everybody? heh! i appreciate you all. thank you very much. how are you folks? thank you all very much. yeah. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey, and, hey, we got a good one for you today. from lafayette, california, it's the boudreaux family! [cheering and applause] and from vine grove, kentucky, it's the mckinney family. [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win theyself a lot of cash and a possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new, bold ford edge. [cheering and applause] well, let's meet our families.
it's the mckinney family. woman: whoo! whoo! whoo! whitney: hi, steve. steve: whitney, hey, darling. whitney: good to see you. hello. steve: how you doing? whitney: i'm awesome. steve: good. now, where are you all from? whitney: oh, ho! we are from vine grove, kentucky. it is an awesome town right next to fort knox. you have a family full of army brats, so that's how we ended up there. whoo! [cheering and applause] my grandpa's in the audience. he's a two-time purple heart recipient and vietnam veteran. retired command sergeant major lyons. steve: yeah. that's pretty good. win y'allselves some money. let's go meet the boudreaux family. breton: steve. steve: "bret-ton"? breton: "bret-ton." steve: breton, good. breton, what do you do? breton: i work for a college, working with college students, helping them get jobs, prepare for life after school. steve: oh, ok. breton: yeah, yeah. steve: that's good. oh, what college is that? breton: uh, trinity college in hartford, connecticut, small liberal arts school. steve: well, that's good. so what do you say we get it on, play some "feud"? let's go. give me breton, give me whitney. ["family feud" theme plays]