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christina. she's got a look at the forecast. >> good morning. it is a friday, not only a friday, but a friday before a holiday. the weather is going to be fantastic if friends and family are coming to town for the beautiful bay area weather. they are going to get it. the low 70s. one wrench in the extended. we'll throw that out there coming up. let's see if you have wrenches at work. >> all kind of debris around the roadway. we have a smooth flow to the maze and the toll plaza. we'll get you a live shot out there. i got a report of an accident on the upper deck toward treasure island. major front end damage done to a car. i'll let you know if there are any lane closures expected. hopefully they can push them off the exit. >> thank you very much. the golden gate bridge is getting ready to celebrate its
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75th anniversary. they plan the celebration this morning. officials say they will hold a press conference at the headquarters to discuss details of the celebration. it opened for business on may 27th, 1937. today's press conference will take place at 10:00 this morning. the vallejo man charged of causing a disturbance on a flight will go to court today. he will enter a not guilty plea. he shows signs of mental health issues. the 28-year-old man was tackled by passengers when he rushed the cockpit door of an american airlines flight. sherrif's deputies recovered dozens of guns from a february home invasion robbery. 20 handguns and 40 rifles were seized from an apartment. they arrested six people.
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all six are accused of tieing up a gilroy man in february and torturing him before stealing guns and other items from his home. there's fall out from a shooting. b.a.r.t. voted to equip all the officers with stun guns. they currently have 60 stun guns. yesterday's vote authorized the purchase of another 130. once the officers are trained, they will all be expected to carry the weapons. it's a result of the shooting death of oscar grant in 2009. the officer claimed he thought he was using his taser on grant, not his gun. the move is intended to make all officers more comfortable with the weapons. california is closer to passing a bill in the controversial federal program. the california assembly approved a bill to allow counties to opt
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out of the secure communities program. under the program, the fingerprints of anyone booked into a jail are run through immigration data base. two counties asked the federal government to opt out. the bill now heads to the senate. expect a lot of traffic on bay area roads today as people head out for a long holiday weekend. if you are going to be in and around san francisco expect delays. marla tellez is live at the b.a.r.t. station on 12th street in oakland. what can we expect? >> you can expect a whole lot of changes and probably a lot of delays as you mentioned. good morning, everybody. b.a.r.t. and bay bridge planning significant work this weekend that could impact your memorial day weekend plans. let's start with b.a.r.t. b.a.r.t. is shutting down the trub to take care of cables on
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the track. riders can face up to 20 to 40 minute delays. this is all happening sunday and monday for the most part. impact sunday and monday until 2:30 in the afternoon. take a listen. if you are traveling from any san francisco or peninsula station toward dublin or fremont, take a pittsburgh bay point bound train to cross the bay then transfer at the 12th street station in oakland where we are this morning to a dublin or fremont train. same for san francisco or the peninsula. tough transfer at the 12th street station in oakland. also, keep in mind, monday, b.a.r.t. will run on a sunday schedule for the holiday. eastbound drivers will feel an impact this weekend as you approach the oakland side.
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cal trans is doing a realignment project. you can expect lanes to be shifted to the south as you make your way to the lower deck. officials say eastbound lanes will be closed tomorrow and sunday night as well bottom line, laura, this weekend, no matter where you are, check the b.a.r.t. schedule before you head out and pay attention to the roadway signs on the bridge so you don't veer off and cause accidents out there. be safe. >> there you go. always good advice. thank you very much. recovery efforts continue in joplin this morning. they are looking for 230 people missing following sunday's deadly tornado. brian mooar is live with more. good morning. >> reporter: hi, laura. this gives you an idea of the first steps of the recovery effort people are going to face
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in joplin. 232 people officially listed as unaccounted for or missing. they have the slightest ray of hope here. they are saying some of those people might not be missing after all. they contacted at least a dozen people who are alive and well. one elderly lady was sitting on the porch holding on to her cat when the storm rolled through. one other simply lost her cell phone. officials say they believe some in that number of 232 missing may be in the number of dead. 126 officially at this point. officials are hoping to continue that search for people. they hope the death toll will not go up or will not go up much. it will be a huge, huge recovery effort. >> i can't imagine starting that clean up. thank you for the latest. getting to our forecast, mild in comparison. we want to check it with
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christina. >> good morning to you. it's mild and it's not going to rain over the course of the weekend. if you want to get outside for a barbecue and hit the beach, you'll be able to. a cloudy start is what we are expecting this morning. i'm watching the marine layer get deeper and push inland as we speak. mostly cloudy start for the bay area. it will push inland. liver moor seeing it. 56 degrees in hayward, 48 in sunnyvale. we are headed toward the 70s in the warmer locations across the bay. livermore will likely hit 70 degrees. by noon, in the 60s. take a look at this. clouds linger along the peninsula. it's not going to be that warm there. 65 is the high in san francisco. i have your holiday weekend extended forecast coming up. stay tuned for that. if you are getting out the door,
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maybe you are going to socal right now. >> great news for folks planning a get away. why get away, you have beautiful traffic here. we'll get a live shot of the bay bridge. an incident cleared off to the san francisco side. no lanes blocked. it was a hit and run. if you saw anything, call in and report it. we are on antioch. eastbound from loveridge to somersvil somersville. we'll see the slowdown a bit later. on a friday, a get away friday, we will see slowing through antioch. here, westbound 580, no problems. eastbound, the get away traffic. another live look out there as we look across the bay. san mateo bridge is clear as a bell as far as the traffic.
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a beautiful view. nice flow. i'm getting a break. >> that is good. if you are waking up this morning, throw on the robe before you head outside. there's going to be a view of cosmic proportions as the shuttle and space station orbit overhead. if the skies are clear, depending on where you are, at 5:15 this morning, minutes away, the space shuttle "endeavour" and the international space station can be seen orbiting 220 miles above the u.s. it should look like a bright star approaching from the southwest. it's moving. imagine waking up to that. i guess you could be. the final flight includes installation of a part. it is 5:09 right now. what police are saying about the case of a man accused of beating bryan stow, coming up. >> reporter: 20 cities in 20
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days. it's friday. this morning, we are taking you to concord. itas we c wupybeit n city numbe 20 in our may around the bay tour. stay tuned. c
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may around the bay is wrapping up its tour this morning in concord. 5:12 right now. i's been a long road to get to concord but we are finally there. bob redell is really there live in concord this morning. take a look at something we can all get up in the morning for. one of my favorite things, coffee. >> reporter: good morning to you. we are in the shadows of mount diablo. this is the heart of downtown
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conco concord. this is an area that has been in downtown concord since the mid to late 1800s. this is the coffee shop you were mentioning. steve is the owner with his cup of coffee. are you a morning guy? >> i am, actually. >> reporter: you are. you created kono. what does that mean? i'm watching your guy here. >> we offer our guests an opportunity to try coffees individually from single origin countries. some people put a bucket of coffees together and say i'll have whatever you are making today and they make it up individually for them on the rack. >> you have a former employee who is in seattle and she does what for you? >> she's living her dream, actually. when she joined me 18 years ago, one of the things she wanted to do was fly around the world and
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meet coffee growers all over ethiopia, wherever they are growing coffee. it's what she does right now. >> she's finding you beans that will be shipped to your shops? >> she does. the idea is we wanted to raise the level of the quality of the coffee. she has relationships with growers all over the world. >> reporter: that's amazing. for you, as a shop owner, what do you notice in the difference of the quality, if you didn't have her? >> i don't know what it's like not to have her. i have been spoiled my whole life. >> reporter: i have been to concord. brian has a nice cup of joe there. this is one of my first times in concord. i didn't realize how nice downtown was. what would you sigh to people that have never been down here? >> truly, tough come down. downtown concord business has changed remarkably in eight to nine years. it's an incredible place to
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come. i had a neighbor who said he developed condominiums here but lived somewhere else. >> reporter: thank you very much. panama red coffee in the square. i'm going to send it back to you for headlines. we are going to take you underground. yes, you can go underground here in this neck of the area. >> interesting. i'm jealous of all the coffee you have out there. thank you very much. you don't have the stories of hillary clinton that i'm going to tell you. secretary of state hillary clinton is in pakistan this morning. it's a you are prize visit into easing tensions in pakistan. the pakistani government is upset about the raid on osama bin laden's compound. half the number of military trainers in the country. the president signed a four-year
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extension of the patriot act. it was signed just before midnight. the investigators will be allowed to use terror fighting tools for another four years. los angeles is proceeding cautionly in the giants fan beating case. they plan to present their case very soon. he's accused of beating bryan stow who is in the hospital in a coma. there's a $200,000 reward leading to the arrest of the second attacker. i want to get a look at the forecast. a lot of folks have an extended weekend. >> we are not that group. monday morning, we'll wake up with you, bright and early as usual. patchy fog is what we are watching out for. we have overcast conditions already shaping up in san jose. the marine layer is back. it's going to move inland. that mean as mostly cloudy start. by this afternoon, a lot of
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clouds will high tail it out of here. a lot of sunshine for the second half of the day. memorial day looks down right perfect. you can see, as i step out of the way, the clouds pushing on shore kind of light but we haven't had that marine formation like this in the past couple days. we haven't had the mostly cloudy start. you can see the moisture coming in. no showers, just clouds. 52 degrees in livermore. 52 in san jose. 55 mild degrees in oakland. because you are at 55, i think you will hit 57 for the first part of the day. 70 degrees in the day. 71 in los gatos. stay tuned. i have your beach forecast and golf forecast. >> you are like julie on the travel guide. remember the "love boat." >> i bish. >> it's 5:17. the east bay has a lot of hidden
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gems and bob redell found one of them. what do you have for us? >> reporter: we are back in concord. good morning to you. the may around the bay tour wraps up for the month. mount diablo is here. we know what it looks like from the outside. what about the inside? we came close with this underground tour, court see of east bay parks. >> really feel like you are in a different world. >> if you were a geologist, you would know this kind of sand stone is indicative of certain areas. >> reporter: this kind of sanld, so pure, they made glass with it. why not go to the beach? >> this is high quality. >> reporter: it's in antioch inside the silica mine. i'm trying to remember the date? >> 1930s and 1940. >> reporter: this mine was 1920?
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>> 1930. >> reporter: let's go inside. >> behind the gate you have eight and a half miles of tunnels. if we stand on the surface and peel the ground back like a banana peel, this is what you would see. this honeycomb of all these lines of open mine. >> reporter: as we walk down the shaft -- we're not going down. we are level. >> you used a good word, shaft. you caught yourself. >> reporter: i have no idea what i'm talking about. >> this is a flat tunnel. >> reporter: the floor is called the -- floor? >> exactly. it's called the floor. >> reporter: when i got through fifth grade, they let me go to sixth. amazing. >> this lifted up the old layers of sand stone toward the top. we are walking into mount diablo right now. this is the old seabed floor. you are looking at the bottom
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up. imagine the waves come in and the waves go out and leave ripples on the sand. >> reporter: do you have the key to this? >> i do. this area is not open to the public. a deck above us here. there's a lot of work being done. >> reporter: the door, it's not going to lock is it? >> it's not going to lock, for crying out loud. there's a blue-green piston. >> i see that. >> there's not a lot of places scientists can get under ground. here is a slide. a chute. >> reporter: can we open this up? >> no. >> shoot. >> we get a track. why? because right here we are an earthquake fault. that's why we have these great landscap landscapes. hills, valleys, rivers. all because the earth moves. it's an ancient spot here.
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a lot of movement going on. it's a real who'd of thunk kind of place. standing on top, taking a look at wild flowers, knowing below you, 90 feet is a huge gap in geology. look at the place. no way of knowing you are underground. >> reporter: laura, the east bay regional parks district offers tours of the silica mine saturdays and sundays march through november. they will be shutting down june 17th through july 15th for maintenance. then they will be back open. it's something else. it's fascinating. you probably didn't know this, not only do they mine sand in that area but coal. >> so interesting. >> reporter: there's a lot of stuff i couldn't include in the piece because it would have been too much time.
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if you want more information go to to take a tour. >> wow. that is amazing to see what is below there and that you can offer tours. all right. we'll let you enjoy breakfast. a little break there. never put food in front of bob. a look at buster posey's condition. changes at blockbuster. you remember blockbuster, right? >> yeah, i do. the commute, 24 through caldecott tunnel. it's a get away friday. this was so easy.
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welcome back, folks. we'll get you started in the south bay. this is the construction area.
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it's slow for this time of day. i have been following this for seven minutes. as we come up on 525, a smooth flow of traffic. 101 and 280 looking clear. it's clear from the dumbarton bridge. we'll get a look and see how things are shaping up. it's clear from the peninsula. things get crowded midday as folks head in for weekend activities. we'll look at the other side of the bay. no major issues. smooth on the freeway. we are looking at a smooth flow. back to you. >> good to know. we are so worried about buster posey. he suffered a season-ending injury. he's on the disabled list with a fractured bone in his lower left leg. he was on crushes yesterday. posey has torn ligaments in his
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ankle but his knee is fine. most likely, he'll have to have surgery. giants are giving fan as chance to send him a get well message. go to and scroll down to the cove. good guy, we wish him well. big changes at blockbuster. >> whether you view if dvd as half started or half over. good news for those who rent dvds. they are getting cheaper. they will lower prices to 99 cents for most movies. $2.99 for new releases. the rental period is just one day instead of the current five days. they were sold to dish network. i talked to the clerks at local stores. they are having trouble getting new releases from studios on the
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day they are released. meanwhile, this fellow in the google t-shirt, a super nice guy. yesterday, he was showing off the papal killer called google wallet. papal said wait a second. that's a super close up, isn't it. he was an executive at our company. he says he knows all of our secrets. papal suing google in court saying they misappropriated secrets. >> we are going to talk religion and skepticism. ever sit in church and have questions? does that make you bad? we'll talk religion and skepticismwe'll leave nothing u from global warming to the link between autism and vaccine. that's before "meet the press" sunday morning at 7:30. we'll be right back. ♪ [ ukulele strumming ]
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20 cities in 20 days. may around the bay is wrapping up this morning in concord. we are live in downtown concord. check out the hot car this is morning. we are going to have more on those in a few minutes. get your engine rolling. good morning, i'm laura garcia-cannon. we're going to go back out there with bob redell this morning. a lot going on. a lot of folks looking forward to an extended weekend or not. >> or not. but we'll be here in the morning if you are one of the nots. a good development of the marine layer. a mostly cloudy start. good news for the holiday weekend forecast. maybe you are on the way to work or tahoe. i know what it's going to be like on the drive because i know mike inouye. >> that's right. i give christina advice everywhere she drives. she calls me all the time. the construction is cleared up.
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the sensor is woken up the eastbound direction. everybody wants to get away early for the weekend. there we go. highway 4 moving smooth. we'll get a live look and see oakland. a lot more cars than we typically see this morning. back to you. >> all right. a major blow for the san francisco police department this morning. san francisco prosecutors are expected to dismiss 26 felony cases in court this morning due to allegations of officer misconduct. public defender plans to reveal new evidence against officers that shows illegal searches, theft and perjury. they revealed some of the evidence dense to the media. video taken shows officers entering empty handed and leaving with evidence that was never booked into evidence.
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inside the mind of a suspected serial killer. a judge could release new information about suspected serial killer joseph. it would come from a document that lists probable cause for the murder charges. the d.a. wants to keep the document sealed. the judge was supposed to make a decision on monday but delayed the ruling to today. he's accused of killing four women including two during the '70s and the '90s. he's acting as his own attorney in the case. this morning in an effort to cut containers, the port of oakland is going green. cool how it all works. christie smith is live at the port of oakland with more on the story. oh, look at that hard hat. only you could make it look good. >> reporter: isn't it fancy. happy friday to you. we normally don't get access like this. we are on a container ship in
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the port of oakland. they are going green. normally, when you see the ships in port, they are using a diesel generator. there are pollutants going into the air. what they are doing now is plugging in and using electricity when they are in the port. these two things right here, this is really the key to it all. that is where the electricity goes from a generator they have built here with pg&e. it runs in there and plugs into the ship. when they are here, no more diesel generator. here with me this morning the captain george. good morning. >> morning. >> reporter: can you walk us through this? it's like the boat is a prius. it's electric when it's here and you have a generator here from pg&e. how did you do this? >> the installation was done in singapore over the course of a
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month last july. the system itself is complicated. basically, it starts at the power grid pg&e installed on the dock. the cable comes to the side of the ship, runs up the side of the ship to a cable reel, which all this technology is new and specifically designed for this ship. it runs across to a junction box or distribution box down into the engine room and basically the heart of the system is a 6,600 volt transformer. huge transformer. >> reporter: basically when it's here, how much power do you need in terms of how many homes would it power? >> about 2,000 kilowatts which is about 1,000 homes. there's refrigerated cargo containers. the whole objective is what you need to know about. it's the reduce marine pollut t
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pollutants into the air. normally, we would have three diesel generators running to keep all the machinery running. >> reporter: now none? >> none. it's eerie quiet. we have never seen that before in my 31 year career to go to the engine room and hear a pin drop. >> reporter: thank you so much for showing that to us. we are going to check in in 30 minutes and show the huge real. it's fascinating. live in oakland, christie smith, today in the bay. >> thank you very much. very interesting to see. thank you. it's 5:35 now. tonight an east bay family will light candles to remember the life of their little girl whose killer has been on the loose for 17 years. she was shy of eighth grade graduation when she was stabbed to death. a cold case unit is handling the
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murder. $100,000 reward offered in the case. tonight's vigil is at the library starting at 6:30. the man accused of gunning down a community leader may not be competent to stand trial. two out of three court appointed doctors determined the 58-year-old cannot aid in his own defense against potential capital murder charges. he's accused of following a childhood friend to the mall and shooting him in the parking lot. the slaying went unsolved for months until he called police. the hearing is set for june 23rd. gun violence continues in oakland that ended the life of an 17-year-old boy. franklin was shot and kills wens afternoon. witnesses say he was riding his bike, possibly on his way home
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from school before he was gunned down. he was two weeks away from graduating castlemont high school. one in three. hardball sttistics. 5:36. expect lots of traffic today. if you are headed in or out of san francisco this weekend, expect delays. today in the bay's marla tellez live at the b.a.r.t. station at 12th and oakland. what can we expect? >> reporter: quite a bit of delays whether on the road or taking b.a.r.t. we are outside the b.a.r.t. station. this is going to be a key station for you, if you are a b.a.r.t. rider, depending on where you are traveling to and from. b.a.r.t. is shutting down to take care of crucial maintenance and repair work. we talked to a b.a.r.t. spokesman. he said riders can expect up to a 40-minute delay. it will be felt sunday and monday from 8:00 to 2:30.
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>> the most important thing is for the riders and what they do. the riders most impacted are the dublin and fremont line riders. when i say dublin and fremont, i mean people getting on or off at all stations from dublin and fremont all the way up to lake merit. >> reporter: now, when i said 8:00 to 2:30, that's 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. sunday and monday. if you are traveling from a san francisco or peninsula station toward dublin or fremont take a pittsburg train to cross the bay, then transfer at this station in oakland. the same goes for those leaving dublin bound for san francisco or the peninsula. you have to transfer at this station in oakland. best advice is to check b.a.r.t. listings before you go anywhere. eastbound drivers, you can expect detours and lane closures this weekend.
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cal trans is doing realignment work as part of the $6 billion construction project. this means expect lanes to be slightly shifted to the south as you make your way off the lower deck approaching the toll plaza. it will be closed saturday and sunday nights as well. the bottom line, no matter where you are traveling, expect heavy traffic and pack as much patience as possible. >> i hope people won't mind if they have a little time off. time to spare. take it easy out there. let's check the forecast with christina. >> you don't have to race against approaching storms this weekend. we are looking good. if you are getting ready to head out of town, it's a nice morning to head out. not a lot of fog. a good formation of the marine layer. mild later on today. the clouds will break apart by noon.
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the sunshines through. here is what we are watching now. satellite shows a little bit of the marine layer. the puff of white. it's a good formation this morning. it's deep enough to push inland and keep the temperatures down this morning. we are in the mid-50s in some cities. the moisture is approaching from the north. it's part of the low pressure that isn't going to bring showers but a good amount of cloud cover for the first part of the morning. 55 in oakland. 56 in hayward. 72 in santa rosa. a great weekend to hit wine country. it's 5:40 a.m. the highways are much busier than usual. mike is on double duty. >> it's weird. a lot of folks are getting on the roads early to get out early. a shift in traffic. mid commute travelers say what's the big deal? it's a big deal for early. 580 eastbound, we have slowing
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down in wine country. a smooth drive overall. i'm following this. no incidents in the area. we'll follow the traffic flow through caster valley. a nice easy drive there. 880 and 92 the construction picking up. the live look out there shows you a nice easy drive. haze is developing. it's no surprise for anyone. we end with a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. a nice easy flow. as marla reminded us, the bridge will remain open. getting off the lower deck, recon fig. >> wow, aren't you cool. >> saving time. >> saving you time in the morning. 5:41 now. looking at the top stories coming up including the two men accused of killing an oakland journalist. >> reporter: we are taking our may around the bay tour in s,yle. s,itdays.
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we are wrapping it up this friday. as you can see, we are taking you to concord. stay tuned.
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20 cities in 20 days. may around the bay is stopping this morning in concord. good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. concord is home to a number of things including a vibrant farmer's market. bob is out there this morning. healthy. those are fruits and vegetables, bob. >> reporter: very fresh. ñcv/e and vegetables you would have found in downtown concord at the weekly farmers market in the plaza here in the heart of downtown concord. good morning, vince. >> good morning, it hasf+b/r: what is the l likeo
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the ks t eoecedc think we -- this is m favorite one. it has a good feel. we have the stores around here, the restaurants and you come out, the community comes out with their families. it's a fun place to be. fresh produce and local merchants. you run all the markets, you get different flavors of different places that you go to. what would you say is the flavor of concord? >> diversity and friendliness and of course the great music series we have out with the farmer's market that's out here asgwell. >> reporter: eoe tues vendors will you have? >> 50. >> reporter: 5-0? >> 5-0. >> reporter: gotcha. >> we have one tuesdays as well. great place these?"kh, ç veggies. it's important for anyone trying to stay healthy.
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it's important for anyone trying to stay healthy. thanks.vreciate is eoecedc where did -- these? [> mark. eoecedcndheifaeee is a new fruit. it's > a -- oh, i forgot the name. take a bite. it's a new variety. >> they grow on trees, bob. >> reporter: that's funny. it's really funny. is there a candy wrapper on this? eoecedcnd weird.riwill go on getptid the ground, too. it's:46 now.w som for the victims of the jonestown memorial will go on this weekends. a judge will not block the ceremony in oakland. some families are upset about the memorial because of the plaques includes the name of jim
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jones. the jury of the chauncey bailey murder trial is off tuesday. jurors are we4w decide if ,÷wcase.v eo als eoe murder of eoecedc eoeced incl helped kill the journalist. we continue to watch the case. also watching the skies is christina loren's department. >> my one and only job. i have my eye on the skies. cloudy start. the clouds won't hang around all day. high pressure is going to clear them out. inland, it teakes longer. you might have to wait until 2:00 or 3:00. the low pressure sits just to jfk north. ifn delaysnj- today, watch delays. we have a laguardia this morning. jfk will likely see delays as well as dgia. 56ó@pymthayw headedkpee low c.
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en f5 ayward. degrees in'7 e eos today. showsu&brgeous day if you enjoyed yesterday, re more in store. 71 degrees in los gatos. your holiday weekend forecast shows you temperatures hover in the out 70s. really comfortable conditions. a lot of sunshine. if you are pasty white from a lack of sun, you can go outside this weekend and tan it up. you don't have that problem, laura. we know that. i'm jealous of your golden tan. >> thank you very much. it's 5:48 now. may around the bay is wrapping things up in concord this morning. bob redell is live with a little bit on the coolest event in concord. look at that ride. nice! >> reporter: nice, isn't it? you should see my ride. >> i've been in it.
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>> reporter: it can't compare to this. this is elizabeth's car. she's the president of the mustang association here in the east bay, cocoa county. she is a member as well. 1965 and what is the story on your car and your love aware with it? your car and your love aware with it? >> my dad bought it for i was 18. my husband jokes i would trade him before my car. i have been a car geek since i have about 15 years old. >> reporter: what is the fascination with this car, this brand of car? >> do you not smile when you go by a mustang? you pull up next to somebody and you put a car on their face. classic cars in general, we have all years and makes or all years of the mustangs and we have a torino owner here with us. people love the mustang. they love classic cars.
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>> reporter: i saw a newer one drive by. >> yes. >> reporter: do purists, people who have classics, is there a general acceptance of the new car? >> yes. i had an '05 that matched by '65. same color a and everything. eoeced >> reporter: eoe take this outside of holidays? >> eo sc daily driver for almost 15 years. >> reporter: really? >> yes. >> reporter: i'm surprised it's in terrific shape. i expected scratches and dings. >> there are a few if you look close. i am actually, you know, i like it because it makes me happy. it's my happy car. if i'm blue on a friday, put the top down and the keys in. off you go. it puts a smile on your face. >> reporter: thank you so much. when the your next event? >> we are working with ray lay
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for life july 10th and july 2012 coming to the concord plaza. >> all we need now is a chauffeur. >> there you have it. thank you very much, bob. it's 5:50 now. the first lady is getting ready for a visit to the bay area. where she's going to be. >> gosh, all i have are green cars. eweav hic niv adrywe ane .ay eod slowing and a shift in traffic before the holiday weekend. in sioux falls, i locked in a rate. coach, you get that house yet? working on it. [ coach ] the appraisal? ...springfield. wherever i was, my citi mortgage consultant had me covered. [ crowd cheering ] and 500 miles from home... [ cheering, cellphone beeps ] ...we finally had a new home. [ male announcer ] from pre-approval to closing,
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5: eoecedcndheifaeee good morning. 5:53. we'll get you started. unusual slowing across the
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screen. on the right side of your screen, that 10 miles per hour showing up now. there that's a big deal. this is very early especially on a friday, a get away friday. the sensors have been showing a slow drive for the last half hour. the sensors are reading changes. watch it. shore anñxc4ed it's typically what happened on the off sky. the eoe shore and 280 move nicely. eoecedcndheifaeeeeoecedc nd eoec left;d6 screen.4- with. the eleof is fine for the nimitz. a southbound drive on the left side of the screen. northboundremai headlights, a smooth drive as well. a live look at the toll plaza. it shows no major issues. the bridge remains open all
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weekend. that's >> eoecedcndhei in t ea bay san fran eoece white house sources are san francisco for fund-raisers june 14th. she'll attend one event in z;htc fund-raiser. perhaps she'll be riding her bike. abike of people do. >> fig obama coming to the bay area, we thought we would talk exercise. this is the tiber bike. start your game as you are figuring out, this is a wii game that hooks up to an exercise bike. olivia, step up here, if you would. tell me what we are seeing here. she's about to start a game and how she ridescontr affects eoe
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that plugs into your wii. it's also a wii controller. as you are pedalling, it goes into the game. if you use the brake, you brake. if you turn the handlebar, you turn around. that's how it works. it's rated as an exercise equipment. it can go up to 290 pounds. >> she's steering and riding? >> steering and riding throughout the game. she's picking up garbage in the game. it's an eco well thi eoectoo.ák me. >> well this game is great, too. it will work with any game that will be what is called game cube
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compatible. >> sure, sure, sure. this is not available yet. you are showing it off early. >> yeah. it's going to ship at the end of june. >> how >> $199. >ãeoec eoecedc this was so easy.
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20 cities in 20 days. we are at the final stop of our may around the bay tour in concord. today, we take you live to the heart of concord. it's going to be a lot of fun. quickly approaching 6:00. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get you moving with a look at the forecast. a lot of folks looking forward to it. >> a lot of people hitting the highway early to get a leg up on the holiday traffic. this morning you canl


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