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today's work is a band-aid where it won't be just the surface asphalt being taking care of. >> reporter: it is several decades old. and the runway will be completely ripped up. >> >> reporter: it seems like unlikely to repeat in the not- too-distant future. sfo has been in contact with airlines trying to arrange schedules so they don't have as many cancellations when the work happens in september. kpix 5. a big day for san francisco
based uber filing the paperwork for its ipo and the company reportedly hoping to raise $10 million. the news is raising some questions about the business model. the company reported 42% revenue growth in 2018 but has never turned a profit and has lost $8 billion since it was founded. thousands of economy and union workers gathered to march to union headquarters. they are demanding better wages as san francisco becomes more flush with tech wealth. >> it will take the mayor taking us seriously to reach out to us and find out what our needs are and help us and see we are a valued part of this community. >> many fear a wave of tech ipos like uber could make the problems worse. looking into income, a quality
and gentrification. a wildfire season will be bad enough for california but the ripple effect for pg&e customers, you and me, could be just as bad. kpix 5 on just how bad. >> reporter: if there are more catastrophic fires in california expect your power bill to double. that is the prediction in a new report from the governor's office. pg&e bills could rise if wildflower -- wired -- wildfire costs continue. >> if the shareholders cry and complain they don't have enough money, let them have a playmate -- payment plan and let them pay over 12 years. >> reporter: governor newsom will rollout his plan quite possibly with the statewide risk. kpix 5.
a call from a terrified daughter led to a police shooting in richmond. she told dispatchers her father was attacking family members with a knife. police say he broke in through a window and officers confronted the 55-year-old in the backyard opening fire as he continued to attack a young boy. >> the juvenile female was able to make that call to the police department to get the police out there in a timely fashion. they absolutely protected that family from any harm. >> a woman and a boy had cuts on their stomach and face and are expected to be okay. some good news to report, a 4-year-old boy who found a gun and shot himself is off life support. family of this young boy told us he was out of icu and moving his arms and legs. the 4-year-old was playing when he found the gun and accidentally shot himself. it happened last month at a home in oakland. police arrested a 37-year-old for storage of a firearm.
if you own a alexa system you may want to keep your voice down. we explained why. >> alexa? are you listening to us? >> i only listen after you say the week word. >> it turns out she might not be the only one listening. >> reporter: a report says amazon workers and contractors do listen to voice recordings captured by the companies smart speakers. some of what they hear is not just you talking to alexa. >> with alexa, what we have is amazon workers who are hearing snippets of conversations and a number of concerns came up in the report. one of which was some of these recordings happen not when we say hey alexa or whatever your week word is.
amazon claims the goal is to improve the ai software. >> what did the basketball say to the therapist? >> reporter: in a statement amazon said we take the security of privacy of our customers personal information seriously. we only annotate an extremely small sample of alexa voice recordings in order to improve our customers experience. >> the main concern is that consumers are not aware this is happening. in albany, kpix 5. bale betyll the owner said she plans to countersued the city.
she has been locked in eight dispute over the dinosaur sculptures she added to her backyard. the city says she never got the proper permits and ignored orders to stop the work. her attorney believes it is a case of racial discrimination. >> i believe she is treated differently, especially in my mind. i don't think any prior owner of the flintstone house had any issues we can compare to this. >> it is nonsense and it is offensive nonsense. everybody at townhall has treated her with the utmost respect and completely fairly. >> the city says she has a pending permit application. officials hope to resolve the disagreement through permitting process. coming up next, kpix 5 original reports, finding solution through family to address bay area honess west housing. retailers teaming up on a unique new outreach program.
6 executive leaders are leaving bart, we will tell you what these departures need . we have sports, day one of the masters. how did tiger do? and the oakland a's? can't stop hitting home runs. the sky is clear this evening, the wind is relaxing and another fantastic week is taking place. how warm do we get? into the 80s, when that will happen. next.
one of san francisco's biggest tourist destinations tackling the homeless crisis by turning to a new tactic. the local nonprofit reading -- teaming up with a nonprofit group to make change. >> reporter: union square is known for bright lights and busy storefronts. unfortunately, also a big homeless population. now, it is an opportunity for personal connections to be made that could change lives. the people in san francisco's union square, most of us walk by or avoid the people they want to talk to it is called miracle messages and they have
teamed up with the union square union district to tackle the homeless population. >> we are trying to conduct business and we want to make sure it is clean and safe and people feel safe. at the same time we want to help people on the street. >> reporter: the executive director says they have tried everything to find a solution, including social services but they were unsuccessful. that is when the group turned to kevin. >> the city is doing the best they can. what we have found is there is a role we can play as concerned, friendly, humane, people from san francisco that can be part of the solution and not gripe about the problem. >> reporter: a team of 2 formerly homeless volunteers that patrol union square weekly. they offer to reconnect those people with their loved ones. sub -- something that simple can turn a person's life around. wayne is a union square success
story. >> through the help of his family he got into stable housing and he is off of the streets for the first time. >> reporter: since october last year they have had 91 interactions and recorded a dozen messages to family. 8 of those have been successfully delivered and half resulting in a reunion. the number may not seem staggering but for union square they say any progress is a win. >> there are many angels on the street. all of a sudden, someone comes along who has been formally in this place to make that connection and they trust them. in that way it has worked. >> reporter: there will be a miracle messages at that anybody can download letting us be a part of that connection process. in san francisco, kpix 5 . another gorgeous day around the bay. i love the sunsets. here is a live picture. keep it up. >> okay. thank you. >> let me push the magic map.
mother nature does that and she will make it warmer. it is going to get sunny, we will see 80 degrees for the first time since last fall. temperatures outside not getting that warm today because of the clouds in the wind. some showers this morning but that has accident. it is only 56 degrees in san francisco and san jose. it will get chilly. santa rosa down to 43, livermore at 44. 47 degrees for san jose and redwood city. the radar is now clear and it will stay that way for the foreseeable future. the only chance of rain is a northbay rain shower next monday. i will explain why, coming up. about 44 minutes of the next wind advisory. the winds have begun to relax and that will continue this evening. it has been windy on the
coastline and that will continue overnight. the cherry blossom festival this weekend, gorgeous weather on saturday and 64 degrees coming up on saturday. we have a battle going on in the atmosphere. here is what we have, the wet pattern wanting to hang on, it has been pouring in the pacific northwest but not here. we have seen fewer showers over the past couple of days because we have this. normal springtime weather trying to muscle his way to the bay area. we are caught in between and we have clouds with some cooler weather. a couple of showers but really not a rain storm because this ridge leaves the storm off to the east. early next week, another storm will go up and over that ridge into california giving us a chance on monday. clear skies tomorrow morning mid-70s and 2-3 degrees cooler. we are beginning to dry things out. next week, a chance in the morning and the ridge is 1000
miles away down to 200 miles away. the opportunity for some highs in the 80s coming up next week. some weather headlines, the breeze is relaxing and continuing overnight tonight, sunny and warmer for friday with a dryer pattern taking place. highs running about 4 degrees above average tomorrow, 73 degrees and san jose. redwood city, 71 and 72 with sunshine and a beautiful friday in danville. 73 degrees in antioch and the tri-valley in the low to mid 70s. alameda 79 and wind, 73 and sunshine. the storm passing by to the each and that is it folks. once that ridge gets closer, 70s to low 80s by this time the pattern is changing. that is your forecast. >> thank you.
a chase for the green jacket in full swing. round one of the masters. i look for any flaw on the greens. >> i need to get a life this time of year i watch every single shot for 4 days. one of the most memorable first rounds in the masters history. augusta national with the kid from modesto sharing the lead. tiger woods is not wanted green jacket since 2005. grabbing a share of the lead, phil mickelson was even but then left with 5 birdies over the 7 hole. nearly a hole-in-one on 16 and he shot a 567 only one off the league. 5 birdies, shooting a bogey free round at 66 to share the lead at 600. 9 birdies including the final 4 holes. hold out for eagle on 18. the modesto native shot a 66. great leaderboard indeed. dustin johnson are 2 shots back.
opening with the same score he opened with 3 of his 4 masters wins. no break for chris davis, the oriole slugger still looking for his first hit of the season. he is that zero four --chris davis off to a better start hitting 2 home runs. up to nine this season, the most in based all, 5 times today. beating the orioles 8-5 they are now 9 and 8 in the season. you have heard of the face-off >> a different color uniform. >> thank you. up next, why stormy daniels lawyer could get slapped with the 300 year prison sentence. the long list of new charges. a long day of mourning
across southern california. a huge procession for murdered wrapper, nipsey hussle. what is behind today's big and sudden shakeup at part. the executive that said it is time for me to go. the trump administration tried more than once to release immigrants detained at the border into sanctuary cities. on the list, san francisco. we get some reaction tonight 11:00. for comfort food at a comfortable price, try my sourdough patty melt combo with fries and a drink for just $4.99. it's the perfect remedy for the uncomfortable things in life... like flying, the dentist ...and guys named ronald. i have my reasons. try my $4.99 sourdough patty melt combo today.
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thousands turned out in los angeles to stjuremember slain, nipsey hussle a 26 mile procession passed through the streets passing by his clothing store where he was shot. we want to show you alive look at the procession. you can see where people were lined up on the streets and they are now at the procession that started president obama wrote a letter praising his work in the community. a new 36 count federal indictment tonight accusing him of stealing millions of dollars from clients. it claims he committed tax and bank fraud. he will plead not guilty but faces more than 300 years and prison if convicted on all accounts. aiken bryant and -- he has been holed up for 7 years, the u.s. has given him extradition.
oakland mayor will not testify in the ghost ship fire trial. the defense claims she was a witness because she oversaw the understaffed fire department. the judge ruled against that. the master tenant and creative director face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly fire 3 years ago. a big and sudden shakeup for bart. >> reporter: the general manager abruptly announced her retirement today. her last day will be july 5. the surprise move was made where she got a standing ovation from her peers. >> i have stayed a long time and we have accomplished a tremendous amount. it is time to go.
500 executive leaders have retired or about to retire from head of operations to the police chief. the chief will be retiring next month, just 2 years on the job. what do these departures mean for the daily? the board of directors saying it should not have any native effects. -- negative effects. kpix 5. talk about sticking the landing. what a show today from space x.
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and get 20 hours of cloud dvr service included. switch today. it is beautiful, it is friday. if you are wondering why we are playing this music it is the masters music. now we go to more high-pitched for marylee who will the forecast tomorrow. >> did you say it is friday? at that is the forecast for tomorrow morning which will be friday. another first for space x,
the landing. >> 3.. 2.. 1.. >> the second to head into space to put a satellite into orbit but here is the cool part. >> weird. that is weird looking. >> for the first time all three boosters landed back on earth. 2 simultaneously and the third on the deck of a drone ship in the atlantic ocean. >> a rocket landed on a ship that is a drone in the middle of the ocean after going into space, while the ship was moving? at that by friends.
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