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good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm elizabeth cook. let's get right to betty yu with details on the signing. >> the summit wrapped up about 10 minutes ago. we still don't know what was in the document that the two leaders signed, but the president calls it pretty comprehensive. >> we're very proud of what took place today. i think our whole relationship with north korea and the korean peninsula is going to be a very much different situation than it has in the past. >> the president added that people are going to be happy with the deal and he says it worked out better for both sides than anyone could have predicted. the north korean leader said the world would see a major change. the president said they'll release the document to reporters shortly. >> reporter: president trump said the meeting is going better than anybody could have expected. >> hello, everybody. how are you?
it's going great. we had a really fantastic meeting. a lot of progress. really very positive. i think better than anybody could have expected. top of the line. really good. we're going right now for a signing. >> reporter: before lunch, they walked out of their historic one-on-one meeting in a singapore island resort. the two met for about 40 minutes, joined only by translators. the press -- the president had this to say to reporters. >> very good. very, very good. excellent relationship. thank you. >> reporter: the two leaders then headed for a working lunch with advisors. earlier today the two made history with a handshake. the president projected confidence early on. >> we're going to have a great discussion and i think tremendous success. we're going to be tremendously successful. >> reporter: the two leaders are meeting to discuss north korea's nuclear program with the entire world watching. the u.s. is looking for a
verifiable dismantling of the north korean weapons program. in return, the trump administration may offer kim sanctions relief and security assurances. president trump recognizes kim's desire for security and is prepared to ensure that a north korea free of weapons of mass destruction is also a secure north korea. the president tweeting just hours before the sit-down: meetings between staff and representatives are going well and quickly, but in the end, that doesn't matter. we will all know soon whether or not a real deal, unlike those of the past, can happen, he wrote. secretary of state mike pompeo made clear that there is one goal. >> ultimate objective, we seek diplomacy with north korea, has not changed. the complete and verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula is the only outcome the united states will accept. >> at the end of the summit, president trump said he had developed a special bond with
kim jong un and would absolutely invite him to the white house. trump is scheduled to brief reporters about the summit in roughly two hours. betty yu, kpix 5. the mayors race here in san francisco still a cliffhanger tonight. but london breed is inching closer. new numbers show her leading by about 1600 votes over mark leno. 17,000 ballots have yet to be counted and the elections department has until july 5th to officially declare a winner but their goal is to get everything done by this friday. london breed is the president of the board of supervisors. if she's elected mayor, she'll have to appoint a new supervisor for district 5. a woman caught on surveillance video could be the looking for, and her target may surprise you. investigators say she may have started a fire at a preschool in newark and tried to burn down another school in union city.
kpix 5 reporter maria medina has the video. >> reporter: the woman, who didn't bother to mask her identity, is seen trying to light a molotov cocktail. >> she was not successful in starting that fire. >> reporter: the woman then walks to the front of the union city safari head preschool and uses the champagne bottle turned molotov cocktail as a battery ram, smashing the glass door. now investigators are turning to the public to track down the woman after someone successfully started a fire at the safari kid preschool in newark in may. police say that fire and attempted arson caught on camera could be linked. not only are they part of the same preschool chain, the incidents happened on or around holiday weekends. >> we're hoping folks take a look and let us know if they recognize the female in the video. >> reporter: police released photos of the woman on facebook. it's since been shared dozens of times. they hope turning up the heat on the woman motivates her to
identify herself to police before someone else done. >> get ahold of our investigators and give your side of the story. >> police are not calling her a suspect at this point. they say she's just a person of interest. a daycare worker did not want to talk. in newark, maria medina, kpix 5. >> tonight the air force's most wanted fugitive has been found right here in the bay area. william howard hughes vanished from the air force back in 1983. it was at the height of the cold war and hughes had top secret clearance. 35 years later, hughes was caught while being investigated for passport fraud. turns out hughes, neighbors knew as tim, had been living in daly city with his wife. and have to repay the money he earned in the air force. he's being held at travis
air force base. if convicted, he could face up to five years in prison or have to repay the money. to have a tenant kidnap the landlord, that's unusual. >> jonathan was at home with his mother, 71-year-old linda, when one of linda's tenants showed up at her house on oak street. >> there was an argument. the tenant assaulted one of the family members of the landlord. >> reporter: jonathan says he's the one who answered the door when the tenant came to the house this morning, and when he wouldn't let the tenant inside, the tenant started beating him with his mother's cane, beating him at least three times on the arm, leaving big bruises. >> i put ice on it. it's now just sore as hell. >> reporter: the landlord's
daughter said the tenant then dragged her elderly mother outside and forced her into this gray coupe, saying he was going to kill her. >> as officers were arriving to the scene, that's when the suspect and the victim, who's the landlord, were leaving in this vehicle that you see right here. >> reporter: police chased the car through oakland for almost 45 minutes. the suspect at one point slamming into a police suv while backing up, trying to get away. the suspect eventually stopped on lorenzo avenue. he was arrested and linda was rescued by police. she was shaken up but wasn't hurt. >> if our officers had been even seconds later, they would not have seen the suspect's vehicle leaving with the victim. >> the land lady's family tells us the tenant had only been living in their property a few weeks. they say this all started yesterday when the tenant accidentally flooded his unit with an improperly hooked up
washing machine. they say based on his reaction, they worry he could be dealing with a mental health or substance abuse issue. that tenant, now behind bars facing a laundry list of charges. another kidnapping. this one ended in a fiery crash in emeryville when the suspect's car rammed into a pole yesterday. police say that it started when two men abducted a woman in san francisco's tenderloin, shoved her in the trunk of the car. >> she was able to get out of the trunk of the vehicle by using the emergency release lever. >> a police officer followed the suspect's car on the bay bridge until the car plowed into a light pole and mcarthur and peralta, the passenger died. the driver is now hospitalized in critical condition. police are trying to figure out if the kidnapping victim knew her abductors. a bay area doctor is being remembered tonight after she died in a freak accident. a tree fell on to interstate 680
in danville during this morning's commute. the 70-foot tree crashed on the north side. a 58-year-old woman died when her mercedes hit it seconds later. >> you hear a pop, pop, pop, like firecrackers. by the time you look around to see what's going on, the tree is falling. matter of three or four seconds, maybe five. >> oh, wow. there probably could not have been any time to react to something like that happening. >> no. trees come down real quick. >> the arborist says the pine tree had a decaying root system and was probably dead for a month. one of the employees said he pointed out the dead tree to a friend last month. caltrans is examining the cause of the accident. the volcanic eruption on the big island is getting even worse. the usgs says gas emissions from this fissure have nearly
doubled, and the heat from the same fissure actually evaporated, the largest freshwater lake on the big island in 90 minutes. meanwhile, in the southern sierra nevada mountains, a man was swept away by a fast moving river and drowned. happened yesterday. the victim identified as a 36-year-old visitor from los angeles. >> it's sad, but it does happen how dangerous this river can be. >> a nearby restaurant owner says he doesn't even offer public access to the river because it can be so dangerous. this was the first drowning of the year for sequoia national park, but there have been dozens of water rescues. coming up, former president bill clinton catching heat for what he says you can do to someone against their will. >> tesla's tax rebates for customers could be in jeopardy. what the state may order the car maker to improve.
here's his response.. to a question about the sexual harassment scandal that cost senator al franken his job: former president bill clinton catching some heat tonight. here's his response to a question about the sexual harassment scandal that cost senator al franken his job. >> i think the norms have really changed in terms of what you can do to somebody against their will, how much you can crowd their space, make them miserable. >> bill clinton appearing on pbs. his spokeswoman says he was not suggesting there was ever a time when harassment was appropriate. clinton has long denied harassment allegations by several women. tonight we're just hours away from the parade of champions. >> the warriors will be
celebrated like royalty tomorrow for sure. kpix 5's christin ayers shows us the final preparations are all in full swing. >> tonight the barriers are up, police cruisers are blocking off several streets, and security is out in force. this year's parade will be different, with player interviews happening at the start of the parade, and no rally at the end. but fans say they're still as excited as ever. tomorrow it will be jam packed, up to 1 million people expected to fill the streets for the third warriors victory parade in four years. today workers rushing to throw up fence after fence, stacking barriers, building platforms, and pulling cable. and fans areet ready too. lining up at stores like delauer's for warriors specialty
t-shirts. the owner was just getting a new batch of championship tees when we stopped by. he sold hundreds today to fans like karen williams who's going to her first warriors parade. >> it's going to be wild. >> reporter: and oscar frazier. this will be his third parade. >> a lot of people. everybody is happy. >> reporter: artists are gearing up for the team too. this artist has spent two days straight painting this mural. he was scrambling to put the finishing touches on the image which will greet the players at the start of the route. >> just in time for the parade. i'll finish tonight hopefully. and be ready for tomorrow morning. no better place to do than the very start of it. >> again, the parade will kick off at broadway and 11th. fans will be allowed to start lining up for the parade as early as 6:30 a.m. in oakland, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> you can watch the parade of
champions starting at 10:00 tomorrow morning here at kpix 5. we'll also stream it live online. one of the warriors was forced to move after an alleged stalker found out where he lived through social media. rookie jordan bell instagramed this photo months ago. his vantage point led an alleged stalker to narrow down where he lived. bell said he had to move a second time after accidentally revealing his new neighborhood in another post. fortunately there haven't been any other incidents. tonight the state is getting ready to tell tesla, treat your employees better or customers will lose their tax rebates. kpix 5's len ramirez found out why tesla says it's being targeted unfairly. >> reporter: much of the work
at tesla's fremont manufacturing plant is done by robots. but how tesla treats its human workers is what's behind a new proposal in sacramento. it would require any company making electric cars in california t a responsible workplace in order for those cars to get a special clean vehicle rebate project tax credit. those credits are a big incentive to buy a tesla because they can save thousands of dollars off the price of a new car. >> if tesla is going to get a tax break, they should treat their workers better. >> reporter: the certification idea is strongly supported by labor. tesla's employees are not part of the united auto workers union like workers for ford, gm, or chrysler. >> tesla's relationship with its workers has been terrible. their safety record is terrible. they've got numerous occupational health safety violations. they've been caught hiding some of those violations by keeping them off the books. their wages and benefits are lower than they are for the rest of the industry.
>> reporter: tesla founder elon musk recently gave an inside tour of his factory to cbs this morning's gayle king. but so far there's only been a written response on the rebate issue and that was to state legislators. it said it already complies with california's strict workplace standards and said it was singling it out. any procedures must be applied consistently to all companies that manufacture eligible vehicles, including those that have manufacturing facilities located outside of california in jurisdictions with lesser labor standards. in the south bay, len ramirez, kpix 5. surf's up in so cal tonight. way up. a high surf and rip current warning are in effect in some spots. at the wedge in newport beach, the world famous surf spot lived up to its
reputation. up over 10 feet at times. over the weekend, huntington lifeguards had to make 98 rescues. 98 times they went in the water. >> it was a big day for the ocean. we actually had some sneaker waves out there where there were some warnings involved with the south facing beaches. those have expired now that the sun has gone down. looking live out of the sales force tower camera, toward the east bay, nice and clear. in san francisco at the moment, sitting at 58 degrees. the coolest temperature we're seeing right now. concord still pretty warm. 69 degrees. 62 in santa rosa. 66 degrees in livermore. those temperatures will go down but not by a whole lot overnight. this system is what we have to thank for those temperatures. warmer than we had today or yesterday. this low pressure system though will be ushering in some change. that's going to move in about midweek. we'll see those temperatures start to dip back down and
clouds moving back into the forecast. for tonight though it will be mainly clear. mild with patchy fog. the warmest day of the week will actually be tomorrow. plenty of sunshine. not a cloud in the sky. and then we'll have a gradual cooling trend that will begin midweek with some more fog and more clouds to follow. looking at your high temperatures tomorrow, it's going to be warm. 94 degrees in fairfield. 90 in vallejo. 89 in san rafael. the coolest we'll see is along the coast. 65 degrees in pacifica. similar temperatures in half moon bay. for those of you planning to go out and you're going to enjoy the parade, 59 degrees for those of you up bright and early to get that spot. and trust me, there will be lots of people up at that hour. by 11:00, 70 degrees. bright, clear, and absolutely beautiful. looking at your 7-day forecast, tomorrow is the warmest day of the week. wednesday temperatures start to dip down before we have our
coolest day of the week on saturday. look at sunday. those temperatures start to rebound. things will clear up after having a little bit of fog, a little bit of clouds. but it seems like everything including the weather is just getting all geared up for father's day this weekend. >> good timing. >> the dads will be happy. from ihop to ihob. the restaurant's new identity revealed tonight. >> and here are tonight's guests on the late show with stephen colbert. hey, want the fastest internet?
and the internet.. is flipping out. t.. ihop is now changing its name to ihob. >> the internet is flipping out over this as you can imagine. you can call it the international house of burgers. the all-day breakfast chain says it's shifting its focus to a line of new steak burgers. as of tonight, this store in hollywood is the only one onboard. >> hamburger and ihop, do i really go out of my way? no. but when i do, it's good. but usually we come for pancakes. >> couldn't you just take the p and flip it upside down and turn it over? then it's a b. costs a lot less. the company says the name change is temporary and will only last a few more weeks. >> see if the burgers are any good. >> i really thought it was going
to be breakfast instead of burgers. that makes sense. instead of pancakes, breakfast. turns out to be burgers. challenge to change a brand like that. trouble in paradise. steve kerr clears the air about warrior drama during the season. how madison bumgarner had a career night without needing to throw a pitch. make ross your destination for savings. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores ♪ you gotta go to ross
if you want to save big on dresses for every occasion, you gotta go to ross. struggled against one of baseball's worst teams in his start since the calendar might say june but madison bumgarner is stuck in march. he struggled against one of baseball's worst teams in a second start since coming off the disabled list. to miami, the food much better than the baseball these days. 5th inning, andrew mccutchen hammers one to left. the giants score three in the inning. but bumgarner could not protect it. lewis brinson smashes one to left to tie the game at 4. bumgarner was yanked and on his way off the mound got ejected by the home plate umpire. his first ever ejection. two-run for the 7-5 lead. they win by that score. bumgarner has allowed six runs
in two starts so far this season. the warriors parade will mark the final time many of the team's six free agents will be together. kevin durant, general manager bob meyers said kd will get whatever he wants. david west suggested there was a lot behind the scenes, turmoil the warriors faced during the season. he told espn, quote, ya'll got no clue. that tells you about the team that nothing came out. today steve kerr said west's comments were overblown. >> i didn't think it was anything unusual given the state of our team and what we've been through. nothing, to me, was that shocking but we went through some stuff. favorite play of the weekend. keep your eye on kendall ellis. running the final leg of the 4 by 400 relay. trailing by a wide margin.
mitchell thought she was going to win it. but look at ellis. and she crossed the finish line with .07 second march. because she did that, it clinched the national championship in track for usc and being a trojan -- >> it has to set a record in some fantastic comeback. i don't know if it's the greatest ever for usc track and field but it has to be up there. pretty amazing. >> she was in third place and came back to win. >> we'll be right back.
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