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taking a live look outside overlooking san jose. the clouds will eventually clore. temperatures will rise. enjoy a tastezgh of summer in?[y may. today in the bay starts right now. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. >> i'm sam brock. you say a taste of summer. a little alfresco. really more spring than summer. >> we're going to have beautiful weather again today, but a little warmer. the air conditioner may be on for a couple hours this&r afternoon and then you'll be able to turn it off once again. we are going to have today reaching
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it's 56 degrees. 53 in livermore. napa, 52, and also 52 now in san francisco. highs today reaching the low 80s for palo alto, san jose, and up to 87 degrees in napa, and san francisco up to 68 degrees. going to be a nice one once again and cooling off the rest of the week. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. mike has some unpleasant news for the peninsula. >> taking you, the pleasant sensor reads are great, but 280, we had an incident earlier where there was a deer involved. there may be an issue as far as one lane blocked now. southbound 280 at el monte, around moody road, you might have slowing and activity. we'll follow that. getting to the bay bridge, no problems for that activity. an easy drive through the maze and east shore freeway. back to you. >> thank you very much. 4:31. happening later today, our top story, we're hours away from
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learning the fate of the man accused of killing sierra lamar. >> kris sanchez live at the hall of justice. this is five years in the making and there's a lot at stake. >> there's a lot affstake. this is a death penalty trial, yet there is no body. it's been very difficult for the family to sit in this courtroom because they don't know if it's a sure thing that they'll get justice. it's 5 years agoiv% sierra lama disappeared walking to the bus stop on her way to school. it's been an emotional trial for the family and the strangers who searched for her 2r years. our prosecutors hung their case on sierra lamar's /o!dna eviden cars and his found on her clothing. the explanation of this was graphic for her family. in his defense, his lawyers tried to make the claim there's no body because the 15-year-old
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just ran away from home and is live out there], somewhere. the jury deliberated for just a a a conclusion beyond a reasonable doubt. question for this jury is, is sierra lamar possibly still ho jury felt she could still be out there, that could goñ&r in garc torres's favor. >> the court3v/ told us to expe the verdict to be read at 9:00.á we'll be ready. we'll bring it to you live as soon as it comes down. in the next hal"i hour, we're going to talk about why garcia torres cannot be tried again,ñn even if sierra lamar's body is 3 discoverer?ñ or other>2ñ incriminating evidence. >> and we're expecting the jury to reveal the verdict at 9:00 this morning. we'll bring it to you live. we'll also be sending a breaking news push alert.
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download the nbc bay area app and enable push'c alerts. laura, school leaders in albany meeting tonight to discuss the response to a scandal surroundingñ racist social media posts in march. an investigation found several albany high school students students and a black staff n&b member. the students wufr then suspended. since then, they hi8k sued the district accusings administratos ÷ first accusings administratos amendment right. tonight's meeting woement be addressing the disciplining of the students but instead what measures are taken to make sure this kinzd of thing doesn't happen again. >> ntsbáñ investigators arexd ag what went wronght in a small pe crash ink the northñi bay. two people onboard were killed. the a-5 amphibious aircraft crashed yesterday in napa county. carko, he was their chiefçó tes pilot. his passenger wasq açó 41-year-
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who moved toq vacaville b& a week ago. he is icon's co-founder. >> both of these were employees. they're part of our family. ñ >> strong roots, ceo is a ventureq/ capitalists backing company. ] okaircrafjn÷ ] okaircrafjn÷ be months away. >> a check on costly prescription drugs. managers is doing to try to help americans without health insurance. f1 orance. tobacco. east bay city lawmakers who say the outcome isn't sweet for teenagers and they're looking to do something about it.
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good morning. i'm landon dowdy live from cnbc world headquarters with your top business headlines. stock futures are higher as wall street looks to build on yesterday's gains. we'll get a check on the job market with the job openings and labor turnover survey. the nasdaq and s & p reaching record highs. apple also hit an all-tie high. seeing the dow higher. the dow chosed f vájáh @(t&háhp%  at 21,012.
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>> meanwhile,e/+ there were be offered cheaper drugs for customers. one third off the list price at farmallies including at major ñ' chains. critics say the move could drive well timed. republicans in congress just passed the÷ new health care bil ñ by some estimates could leave millions uninsured. and)sp-on could launch its most expensive echo device today. it will have a seven-inch touch screen and video calling feature. it is expected to cost more thal month, echo1/lq'nf debuted th echo look. back to you. >> thanks so much. >> we're going to get breaking area in danville where there's a massive power outage buzz of a ,vop>> what do you know so far,
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pete? >> reporter: good morning to you, laura and sam. we're just getting toçó the sce in danville. and i just spoke to pg&e. they tell me they were able to deenergize the power lines that o i want to show you, after the pole snapped, you can see the lines down, knocking out power for several hundred customers. let's show you9ktxd video from) this took place. the tree went down at roughly we're still working to get information on exactly what caused the tree to go down. we know it's not weather related because we haven't had any rain or wind. we're looking to get more information on that. now, it split a power pole in half. it's way behind me, but you can't really see it from this vantage point. knocking down the power lined which resulted in a power outage for more than 5,000 customers nearby homes where.
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you can see these]iñ lines down front of the home. according to the latest numbers frahm pg&e, there are about 600 customers without power and possibly affecting some of the schools nearby in the area. they didn't tell me when they plan to restoret( power. we'll have another update in next hour. back to you in the studio. >> thanks, pete. we'll check to see if schools will be delayed. >> the kind of day you might want air conditioning as well. we see a warmup before a cooldown across the bay area. >> as we get a look now at palo alto and the temperatureçó tren for cupertino, it will beñr in e low 60s to start and then in the upper 70s today. a nice little breeze and cooler air in the forecast coming up next. and here's our live look from emeryville, looking at the span, westbound. i do see flashing lights. i'm going to talk youough what's going on on the bay bridge right now. >> and putting the=y áp)qj on a potential new law to roll through stop signs.
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a very good morning to you. taking a live look outside. close up to the bay bridge. looks like folks are already making their way across this morning. yeah, mike is definitely keeping his eye on those flashing lights out there. we'll check in with him as we approach, wow, tuesday morning already. a little bit of a warmup before
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the cooldown. >> not too i/kbad. going to be, today, the warmest day of the week, and then the rest of the week, closer to where we should be for this time of year. early in may,çó we should be in the 70s. we'll bring it back down. here's a live look at three of our microclimates and look at some of the cameras. in the tri-valley and peninsula as well, and the south bay, it's in the low to mid 50s heading out the door, and the north bay has now dropped down to 48 degrees. san francisco, as you get ready to head out, it's 51 degrees with patchy fog, and then highs this afternoon, look at this, going to be in the low to mid 80s today. de. east bay, 78 degrees. and 68 degrees in san francisco. so still nice and comfortable there. if you are planning to head out in the north bay, going to some of the hiking trails, it will be coolroh to start. a beautiful sunrise, it will be a lot of colors in the sky and 55 degrees. 78 degrees by 10:00. you see how quickly the temperatures jump up, and we'll
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be into the low 70s or low 80s rather later on this afternoon. as you get a look out the window and you're getting ready for today, it will be a day for axd jacket indeed this morning and then shorts for the afternoon. maybe some layers just inq case you have to peel some of them)1o off as the temperatures are cool to start and then warming up. just for the north bay. and only on thursday. so until then, we stay mostly dry and then we'll be watching a couple more weather systems moving in by early next week. starting out late monday night into tuesday, so we may not be completely done with the rain yet. just looking farther ahead. there will be some showers on down the line. so it's all dry today. mostly sunny. expect a high of 68 degrees in san francisco. and cooler for the rest of the week as the winds pick up. we'll have high wind gusts on thursday, and then as we go into next week, the chance of rain goes from 83 today to 75 to and
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then low 70s. even upper 60s just in time for the weekend. as we head over to mike, going across the bay bridge. >> this is the spot that we showed you a second ago, we're talking about the flashing lights. hard to make out from our emeryville camera, but we did spy them blocking one lane. it's something to watch as you're heading over there. the light, the treasure island tunnel. we're looking at your map. overall, it does not present a problem for the bridge right now. we'll watch for further action as they clear it from the span. the bridges are moving well here. san mateo and dumbarton bridge. let's take you to waze north of the golden gate bridge, the drive out of san anselmo. maybe oakland, a big city center, looking at a half hour drive coming across the san rafael and richmond bridge. it goes through the city, that's a delay, obviously, but we'll see how things shape up later on
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in the day. you can take a look on waze and join our team. make sure you do that by going to the profile, join our team so we can share all the information and share tips as well. we can even thank each other because we're polite. >> and we like e1that. thank you. >> 4:48 right now. oakland could soon ban flavored tobacco. some city leaders are introducing legislation to stop the sale of those products. vice mayor ann campbell washington and the city council president will introduce the proposed lagr today at 4:00. they say flavored tobacco is used to target young people. >> follow-up now. state lawmakers have put the brakes on a law to allow cyclists to roll through stop signs on quiet streets and roads. that's models on a law in the books in idaho. it allows cyclists to roll through cautiously on roads with no cars or pedestrians there. our measure met pressure from policing groups and they decided
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against recommending that ñr legislation. >> the air district is finding the vallejo refinery with four violation noticed after friday's flaring we showed you hcere. valero says the power outage caused the plant to temporarily shut down which sent thick plumes of black smoke and toxins into the air for hours. an 8ñevacuation and shelter in place was called for people in the area. >> 4:49, and protection from sea leve÷+6ñrise, foster city movin forward with a massive plan to raise itstm levee by two to th feet. the city council improved an environmental impact report to upgrade the eight-mile levee that project would protect san mateo for projected sea level rise through 2050. it would maintain property values and save people from paying flood insurance. >> one of the biggest projects we have done since the city has been built and it's important to
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maintain the quality of life and value of life and property in foster city. >> the project would cost $90 million initially. paid for by property owners through a bond. voters can expect that bond on the november ballot. morning, newborns get important gut bacteria from their mother's breast milk. scientists at ucla studied and found that gut bacteria in breastfed babies were most closely related to their own mother's milk and skin. these results emphasized the importance of breast feeding because the bacteria plays an ñ >> new research suggestedok epi-pens are still potent long after their experation date. the study tested 31 epi-pens that were 1 to 50 months past expiration. two thirds contained at li 90% of the original amount of the epinephrine. >> coming up, the storms nearly
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welcome back. right now, a live look outside at the san francisco skyline and the transamerica building. it's tuesday, may 9th here. we're about five days away, six days away from mother's day this weekend. a big week in store. we'll have your forecast coming up. >> no plumbing, now power, no heat. >> landlords are supposed to fix those issues in 30 days or less, but vicky nguyen learned the deadline is often ignored in one of the bay area's biggest cities. >> we reviewed thousands of housing records in oakland and looked specifically at the complaints about health and safety concerns. we found tenantsnnt living for months in homes with toxic mold, rodents running wild, even conditions that inspectors themselves call deplorable. how do the landlords get away with it? >> it's a public policy issue about what's the best way to get owners to take care of their properties. sometimes the i]repairs are don
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quickly and sometimes not. >> tonight at 11:00, the new push to hold bad landlords accountable. we investigate tonight. hope to see you at 11:00. >> thank you very much. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call. 888-996-tips or send us an e-mail to the unit at >> happening right now, south korea's presidential election has been won by moon-jae in. he was willing to host diplomatic talks with north korea. he hopes to halt the nuclear missile program. critics worried it could put it ^]$ñ odds with the united state. >> help could be on the way for veterans who have been htdepor. a bill is making its way through the system to provide league support for the population. it passed assembly yesterday. it now has the state senate. it willq provide representation
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honorably discharged and have since been deported. you can watch the full report called deported veterans on it's 4:56. california is asking the federal government to pick up most of the tab for fixing the oroville dam's damaged spillway. huge holes opened up there during winter storms forcing the evacuation of thousands of people from their homes. the state is asking fema to pay 75% of the $500 million the repairs will coc&(ñ president trump has already announced $274 million for repairs. >> all right, 4:56. we're just getting started on this tuesday morning. let's get a check of themy forecast preview with kari hall. >> going to be a hot day. we'll be cranking up the air ç nice and cool along the coast. it will be cool theñi rest of t . we'll talk about that and also a slight chance of rain up next. i don't know if you can tell, but6z that's why you got. a disabled vtar(sq has ñicleare. the flashing lights arei/k gone
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now. as you're heading westbound, your commute in toward treasure island, there was a little slowing and a quick traffic break. we'll show you the rest of your and justice for sierra lamar. the jury needed less than two days to come to a decision. more details on the murder trial of antolin garcia torres. years in the making..
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the jurors in the sierra lamar murder case haea it is a decision five years in the making. the jurors in the sierra lamar murder case have reached a
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verdict. we're live at the courthouse this morning where in about four hours we'll learn the fate of the man accused of killing the teenager. >> and protecting south bay 10 nlts. the new law going before the city council tonight that could affect san jose renter. >> plus, cay aush breaks out at today in the bay starts right now. good tuesday morning. thank you for joining us. i'm sam brock. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's get a look at the forecast today. i think today is going to be a day to enjoy weather wise. >> i think so. maybe if you have a pool, you want to get that out. >> going to invite us over. >> no, don't have the pool up yet. maybe later. it's going to be very warm, if you don't have a place to cool down, maybe you want to go to the movies or go to the library. it will be one of those days. especially inland. but san francisco will be nice and comfortable. we start out with some patchy
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kby that will help keep the temperatures down there. 54 degrees now as your head out the door. 68 degrees today. with the patchy fog throughout the morning, you'll have to watch for that, but we'll have warm sunshine throughout the day and the rest of the week, those temperatures dop and7sñ the win pick up. i'll talk about all that and what to expect as the temperatures continue on this roller coaster. that's coming up in eight minutes. mike has some good news at the bay bridge. you i'm going to talk about good news at the bay bridge. we look at the toll plaza and the cash lanes have started to clear up. they are getting ready for the metering lights, and the span has cleared of the earlier stall. there's no more slowing from oakland to san francisco. your /mute direction is now good, at speed there. that's the way it is around the rest of the bay. a note for the peninsula, south 280 right around el monte road, you may have activity on the shoulder after an earlier accident involving a deer. the car is pretty banged up as well. >> thank you very much, mike. f


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