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he-- the district attorney has not said what charges will be. but up to 32 count of involuntary manslaughter are possible. 36 people were killed. they were attending a dance party in a converted warehouse. people who lived there described it as a death trap with shoddy wiring. when the fire broke out. dozens were trapped on a makeshift second floor with no escape. this is home video of the warehouse's master tenant shot long before the fire. in the days after, he gave an emotional interview to the today show. >> i leave my three children down there every night. >> we understand that. >> this is not profit.
this is loss. >> i'm only here to say one thing that i am incredibly sorry. >> reporter: he said he'd rather be trampled by the parents of the victims. the war lord of the ghost ship helped set up the party that was underway and spoke about who should take responsibility. >> ultimately, it should fall on the property holder, and they're the ones that gave us a space with messed up electricity, with no sprinkler system. with, you know, no means of really addressing any of these grievances, and a way that would solve anything. >> we are going to hear a lot more about the cases against these two men today at 1 p.m. at a news conference by nancy o'malley. new information in the
deadly london bridge attack. police have named two of the suspects. londoners are getting back to work. meg oliver has the latest. >> reporter: police detained more suspects as they investigate the terror attack. three men used a van to mow down pedestrians on london bridge before getting out and stabbing people in the market popular with tourists. christine archibald was with her fianci on a business trip. >> he saw the mayhem going on. and ran up and tried cpr on her and she passed in his arms. >> police shot and killed the
three attackers. in the east london neighborhood, residents express shock. one said he saw the van friday. >> everyone is trying to tell him to move. >> reporter: theresa may wants tougher security measures after the third major attack in three months. >> this was an attack on london and the united kingdom and also an attack on the free world. >> reporter: security remains tight and people are doing their best to go about their daily lives. forensic experts -- and prince harry and his teammates held a moment of silence before a polo match. president trump is reacting to the attack and will do whatever it takes to keep america safe. and to do that he needs the courts to approve his travel ban on muslims from six majority countries. >> i will do whatever is
necessary and work every single day to protect the safety and security of our country. >> some republicans and democrats are criticizing the president's ban saying the broad band is not the way to go and could incite more incidents. and the president seemed to imply that london's mayor was too soft in response to the attack. the president took the remarks out of context -- countries are cutting ties over qatar. they have 14 days to leave. qatar calls the accusations unjustified. here at home, advocates for immigrants are asking governor brown to throw his support behind the plan to provide healthcare for undocumented immigrants. jessica flores has the story
from oakland. >> undocumented children are eligible for medi-cal until they are 19 years old. a group is urging governor brown to extend that healthcare until the age of 26. a clinic in east oakland -- says many of his clients would benefit. >> they hit that 18-year-old mark and become a burden. >> the price tag for the plan, anywhere between 80 and $90 million. revenue coming from the proposition 56 tobacco tax. >> we want to make sure that the $87 million we're asking for is fully funded. >> opponents argue against public benefits for undocumented immigrants. by investing in preventive care, it could save californians. >> we did invest and it's actually more cost effective to
continue having them enrolled. and it establishes the culture of -- navigate and circulate through the healthcare system. >> groups supporting the plan are organizing in los angeles and sacramento. i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. a disgruntled former employee is to blame for five deaths at a business in orlando. the shooter opened fire at an rv accessory company. he then killed himself at the scene. and some workers huddled in a bathroom, trying to stay safe. the sister of -- >> she kept saying my boss is dead. >> the shooter had previously been accused of assaulting a coworker and no charges were filed in the incident. san mateo city council will
vote on a proposal to ban -- and boost turnout. this fall's city council election would mark the first time that a contest was decided solely by a mail vote. critics say it would prioritize incumbents. brian bunton is accused of felony obstruction of justice and misdemeanor -- the victim claimed she had sexual contact with 30 bay area officers. police are looking for a pair of thieves who robbed a lululemon store in berkeley. they grabbed $10,000 worth of merchandise and jumped in a car and sped off. no arrests have been made. the oakland zoo is delaying the opening of a new gondola
while resolving a water pressure issue. it's part of the expansion above the existing zoo. it will haul 750,000 visitors a year. no word on when it's expected to open. an auction for a private lunch with warren buffet. coming up. paying your bills online is convenient but is it safe? >> what you need to know to keep hackers out of your personal information. apple's worldwide developers conference is happening in san jose right now. coming up. we'll have a preview of all is big announcements. >> hopefully, they can put a headphone jack back in the iphone. high pressure is building in and the numbers are coming up. and it looks like a warm week ahead -- until it's not. we have details coming up with the forecast in just a minute.
a one way rehab at sfo has been opened ahead of schedule. airport officials say the job was equivalent to repaving a 10- mile long highway. apple fans are gathered in san jose for the annual developers conference. the keynote speaker was apple's tim cook. >> reporter: thousands are inside the san jose convention
center, excited for the worldwide developers conference and to hear the announcements for apple fans. >> it's been my dream forever. >> reporter: he traveled from jordan and waited in line overnight to hear announcements from tim cook and his team. >> to hear tim cook speak -- >> my bucket list. if most advanced mobile operating system. >> reporter: a look at a new mobile operating system, ios 11. >> we'll take the most advanced operating system and turn it up to 11. cheer [ applause ] >> updated versions of the mac book pro and updates for the apple watch.
>> there's a lot more coming. a new flashlight in the control center which you can use as a blinking safety light. >> and no word on why apple pulled the conference from san francisco. if you experience traffic congestion this morning, expect it until the conference is over friday. in san jose, sandra osborne, kpix 5. opening arguments are underway in bill cosby's sexual assault trial. he's accused of sexual assaulting a temple employee. he admitted sexual assaulting an unconscious woman a decade ago. cosby is not expected to take the witness stand. the number of teens giving birth continues to plummet in the u.s. according to the journal of pediatrics.
and births among women over 40 are climbing. a study found that pregnant women over 40 face a much higher risk of developing life- threatening conditions like kidney failure and heart problems. it's just one piece of the puzzle. overall, good health gives women the best chance of a complication free pregnancy. it's getting easier to make purchases with your phone. but if you're not careful. hackers can steal your private information. >> reporter: when using your phone to buy things you need to use an app from a bank, credit card or third party like paypal. according to the consumer confederation of america, some apps store more about you than you realize. like your name, home address and e-mail address. the contacts on your phone, your calendar, and what
bit. and in concord, 79 degrees. it will be sunny and on the chill side at the shoreline. at the east bay, numbers will warm into the upper 80s. changes are coming later in the week. future cast shows we'll get more low clouds overnight than last night. tomorrow not as much sunshine. you can see them filling in on the shore. and they will be lingering. tuesday we cool down a little bit. and high pressure builds in just enough to give us a warm start to the week. and then when that subsides, thursday, increasing clouds moving into a chance of showers. and then spreading south to the golden gate and a few light showers for everybody else. maybe a quarter of an inch to a half inch of rain. tonight sun setting at 8:28 and
sunup before 6 a.m. 95 at redding and 97 at fresno. and we'll be looking for sunny, breezy, and winds out of the west. nice at the airport. they have the second runway paved three weeks early. and weather shouldn't be a problem except in new york. san francisco, 70 degrees. oakland, 76. the east bay, the mid- to upper 80s and in the north bay, 80s as well. the extended forecast. we'll be looking for a nice warm day today and tomorrow. and thursday and friday a few showers before we clear up and it makes for a beautiful weekend. plenty of sunshine and numbers in the mid-80s. >> not too early to talk about the weekend. >> let's just look at the silver lining. coming up from high school graduates to college freshmen.
be an emotional time for any student. and many didn't think they'd make it this far. >> where they're headed next and how they made a life changing decision. >> you know what we do with these? [ indiscernible ] >> the next goal is in sight, becoming the first in the family to graduate from college. >> she love -- is off to berkeley. and joining her is amber lee and national urban debate champion christine harris. alexis webster chose uc san diego. >> it's like surreal. every now and then i think
about it. and this is unbelievable. i'm actually coming from where i came from and i'm going to college. homeless to college, that's hard to believe. >> i'm kind of nervous. >> she's headed to chico state. >> i sat down and started college. it's real and i just never thought i would go to school. >> reporter: bound for sonoma state and will follow her dreams. >> he's -- the computer science student decided to enroll close to home and support his family. >> i would have gotten great exposures to great programs. but i would have failed my family. my mom and my sister. >> reporter: ucla is
destination for darius aikens who wants to be the mayor of oakland. >> and -- off to san diego state. >> this is where i belong. this is where i need to be. >> if you'd like to watch the full stories or learn more about sra go to our website, www.cbssf.com. ,, who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous.
more on the criminal charges being filed against two people in the ghost ship fire inoakland. the district attorney is set to make the formal announcement in 30 minutes. the legal reason -- at 5:00. remember the bold and beautiful is next. >> that's right. >> that's you and you. >> watch every day. >> you're bold and beautiful. [ laughter ] >> have a good one.
♪ >> katie: [ sighs ] >> ivy: eric's looking at your designs right now? >> katie: yeah. yeah. um, eric and -- and ridge. quinn is showing them. >> ivy: all of them? >> katie: no, no. just the ones that she thinks are the best -- and the waist chains. she wasn't sure about those, but i think i convinced her. >> ivy: well... i hope eric and ridge like them. >> katie: i hope they do, too.