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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald president obama boarding air force one just a few hours ago. his destination, the bay area. his goal, to raise a lot of money for democratic lawmakers. good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle griego. frank mallicoat is off. president obama will be
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attending fundraisers in the south bay. kpix 5's anne makovec has the details of his quick stay and who plans to pay for his security. >> we're excited to be able to host the president. >> reporter: with a wave and a smile, president obama will make a return to the bay area this evening. air force one is scheduled to fly into moffett field in mountain view just a few hours from now. his first stop, a $2,500 a head reception at the palo alto home of tech entrepreneurs mike and marcy mchugh. he created flipboard. com. he said this event has been in the works for months. >> my favorite thing will be seeing our little girls with the president. >> reporter: outside the home security will be tight, much of it paid by the city of palo alto. >> palo alto is not going to ask for a reimbursement. this is something we routinely plan for in our local law enforcement budgets as part of our normal operating procedures.
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>> reporter: after palo alto on to dinner in portola valley. donors will pay more than $32,000 a plate. the money raised goes to democratic senatorial campaigns and the attendees are happy to pay. >> in many cases, they want really good quality government. other cases they want to make sure that they maintain the opportunity to do for the economy what they are doing for the economy. >> in other words, all of the -- >> this is where the next ford, the next gms are being created. he is supportive of that entire, you know, renaissance that's happening. >> reporter: president obama will spend the night in downtown san jose and give a speech on healthcare at the for month hotel tomorrow -- at the fairmont hotel tomorrow morning. the president will get back on air force one at moffett field around rush hour tomorrow morning so expect traffic delays at that point as well as those that we'll see this afternoon. he will be here less than 24
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hours. at moffett field, anne makovec, kpix 5. a live look at mooresville, north carolina, right now. the president delivers remarks at mooresville middle school part of his middle class jobs and opportunities tour. you can see a big crowd there listening to his speech. he just began a few minutes ago and then shortly after this, of course, he is going to make his way right here to the bay area. we'll have full coverage of the president's visit tonight on kpix 5 at 5:00 and 6:00 and 11:00. >> today new fallout over a federal government program that secretly collected phone records of millions of americans. some republicans are calling on president obama to explain why it's needed. u.s. senator dianne feinstein of california says this is about protecting the country. [ indiscernible ] will come after us if they can. and the only thing that we have to deter terrorists is good intelligence. >> i trust that the president will explain to the american people why the administration
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considers this a critical tool in protecting our nation from the threats of terrorist attack. >> house speaker john boehner won't say whether he was briefed or knew about the program. sue kwon joins us now from san francisco with more on what this means for cell phone users. sue. >> reporter: we're talking about 120 million verizon customers here and making calls in and from the united states. now, the court order that allows for this surveillance runs through july 19, but this surveillance is likely ongoing. verizon's got 120 million customers. this is one of them. he calls his wife, his number, her number, the san francisco street corner location, time and length of discussion is all noted and sent to the national security agency. >> doesn't surprise me. no. >> it confirms what we've long alleged, which is the government has been scooping up the phone records of millions of innocent americans and that it's been ongoing.
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>> reporter: cindy cohn with the efs says phone data collection started during the bush administration right after 9/11 under the patriot act to prevent terror attacks. she says court orders like this one requiring verizon to turn over massive amounts of data go too far on infringing on the privacy individuals. it demands no person shall disclose to any other person that the fbi or nsa has sought or obtained tangible things under this order. >> i hope this turns the tide that the government is spying on them regardless of whether they did anything wrong. >> it seems like it's kind of infringing on our rights. so probably better if they didn't. >> i think there's a certain amount of protection that i think the government should apply. at the same time, it's, you know, you have to be worried about the u.s. constitution and the rules that are to go with that. >> reporter: the government is
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not capturing individual conversations. they are supposed to be just detecting whether suspected terrorists are communicating or talking to others in the united states. but this covers again all verizon customers not just those suspected of wrongdoing. so far, this morning, michelle no comments from verizon. >> sue, there was a similar controversy with another carrier a few years ago. >> reporter: that's right. you know, back in 2006, at&t did similar surveillance for the government. the efs filed a lawsuit against the government for overreach but that lawsuit is ongoing. michelle? >> thank you, sue kwon. and search efforts continue this afternoon at the site of the deadly building collapse in philadelphia. that's after an amazing rescue of a 61-year-old woman trapped for hours in the rubble. cbs reporter marlie hall with more on the investigation. >> reporter: crews are taking down a left standing after a building collapsed in
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philadelphia to make the search area safer for first responders responders. >> firefighters are concern about that particular wall. >> reporter: a 6 is-year-old woman was found -- 61-year-old woman was found 13 hours after being buried alive. she is in the hospital in critical condition. >> that person being pulled out alive is what heavy rescue is all about what technical rescue is all about. >> reporter: construction crews were demolishing a vacant four- story building in the centre city neighborhood yesterday when it suddenly came down on top of a salvation army thrift store. at least six people were killed. officials still don't know how many people were inside the store or on the sidewalk when debris rained down. witnesses say the empty shell of a building was an accident waiting to happen. roofers working nearby say the demolition crew didn't seem to know what it was doing. window washers say the 30-foot wall had not been braced. the city says no violations have been filed against the demolition company, which had proper working permits. but the owner did have legal
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and financial troubles including an arrest for dealing crack cocaine and an insurance fraud conviction. the company has twice filed for bankruptcy. in philadelphia, marlie hall, kpix 5. >> emergency teams have searched about 75% of the debris. the block that the building collapsed on is being completely renovated with new stores and apartment buildings. police in vallejo have identified a man killed in the city's second fatal officer- involved shooting of the year. 40-year-old timothy john walker was shot tuesday while on a boat at the vallejo marina. police were responding to reports of a fight. investigators say the officer opened fire after the suspect aimed a weapon at him. the times-herald reports the weapon was a flare gun that was modified for use as a hand-held shotgun. mountain view police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a burglary suspect. these are pictures of the man they believe stole money from coin-operated washing machines. he broke in a laundry room on
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the 200 block of ortega avenue. his backpack and hat look purple in these pictures but police say those items are in fact black. if you see the suspect, call police. here's something you almost never hear after a trip to the dentist. >> it was fun. it was my first time. >> fun? how a journey that started in a closet has given bay area children free and gentle dental care for years. >> in the livermore valley roberta gonzales with mobile weather taking a look at these waves and the heat wave. will the hot weather assist or will it hamper the production of these grapes? the details as the news continues on kpix 5. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. the clouds are clearing out and the temperatures are heating up. it's going to get hot in spots. we'll tell you when and where coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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in los angeles. esther williams the champion swimmer who later had a successful film career died this morning in los angeles. williams was expected it be a medalist in the 1940 summer olympics until the games were canceled because of the war in europe. she then had a movie career in the '40s and '50s like neptune's daughter and dangerous when wet. she retired in acting in 1961. after she got married. she was 91. the dow hasn't quite recovered after a drop below 15,000 yesterday. let's check the big board. it's up 14. stocks sank today amid concerns that a key report on the job market could be below expectations tomorrow. his patients say he is so
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gentle and mild-mannered that they call him the dental version of tv's mr. rogers and because of it, thousands of students are giving the dental care -- getting the dental care they need. sharon chin introduces us to this week's jefferson award winner. >> that's a good boy. >> reporter: dr. daniel sinks his teeth into a simple goal, if you can't get children to the dentist's office, bring the office to kids like 6-year-old alejandro mora. >> this is my first time. >> reporter: how was your first time? >> it was fun. >> reporter: a few steps inside perry's elementary school in richmond, dr. daniel set up shop. >> open big for me. >> reporter: his free clinic opened several times a month. he and volunteer dentists serve about 300 kids, half the student body. >> they don't have access to going to the dentes on a regular basis -- dentist on a regular basis and a lot of them, the only times they went was because it was an emergency. >> reporter: this school's clinic took root in 1997 thanks
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to a healthy start grant. parents in the low income iron triangle neighborhood wanted dental care and invited dr. daniel to help. >> i was looking for some opportunities to give back to the community. >> reporter: when he first started the clinic was very small in what used to be a converted janitor's closet. >> we got donated equipment and used chairs and things and did checkups and cleanings. >> reporter: but students needed more. >> they have multiple cavities and problems, but we wouldn't be able to treat it here. they would be isn't out and a lot of times they would fall through the cracks. >> reporter: last fall a half million-dollar school bond funded a brand influence campus dental office. -- a brand-new campus dental office. now the clinic offers a complete group of services from x-rays to extractions. >> they can't afford to go to the dentist and sealants and preventative care, so he definitely saves, you know,
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people's teeth. >> reporter: and washes away their fear. the hygienist works at the doctor's private practice and volunteers at the school. >> i have actually been a patient of his since i was little. and i just remember going in and having treatment done and being scared and him being so patient. >> how old are you? okay. it's okay. [ crying ] >> reporter: he made alexander hernandez's visit easier to swallow. >> we're going to just polish your teeth with some toothpaste. that wasn't so hard was it? see? >> reporter: when you came in, how were you feeling? >> a little bit sad? >> reporter: and now that you're done, how are you feeling? >> happy. >> reporter: so for providing thousands of kids free and gentle dental care, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to dr. daniel tinita. sharon chin, kpix 5. >> the free dental clinic is looking for more volunteer dentists and hygienists and it's looking to expand the
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program to other schools. to find out more on that, you can log on to our website,, click the logo at the top of the page and then jefferson awards. that's your favorite thing to do, right, go to the dentist ? >> i love going to the dentist. there's nothing like sitting in the chair and have somebody probing your mouth. that's fabulous. >> no. [ laughter ] on a day like at a you want to get out and enjoy the sunshine. we are going to see plenty of sun all around the bay area. except a couple of patches of fog at the coastline. let's get out there now. we have plenty of sun over the bay and we are looking for a whole lot of sunshine these next couple of days as high pressure builds in over head. the temperatures already starting to warm up on this afternoon. 72 in concord. 72 livermore. cool in san francisco. still breezy too at 59 degrees and 69 in san jose. as we look throughout the afternoon, we'll see a lot of sunshine going to be warmer for most. still a couple of patches of fog at the coastline. and it will see a couple of
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patches of fog overnight into tomorrow morning but less so even warmer hot on friday and saturday. so we have changes in the works. that ridge is building in. becoming hot inland some of these temperatures going to be close to 100 degrees in some of the valleys. much cooler as you approach the coastline. but yeah, a little mini heat wave coming our way. tropics getting activity. we have tropical storm andrea spinning up into florida bringing with it a lot of heavy rainfall sustained winds of 60 miles per hour so this is a strong tropical storm with gusts as high as 70 miles per hour. it is starting to move quickly toward the northeast at 17 miles per hour so expecting some flooding rains maybe a storm surge in some places up to 4 feet. it will continue to track all along the eastern seaboard so that could cause travel delays over the next few days, going to dutch a lot of rain in that -- dump a whole lot of rain in that track. around the state, 100 fresno, 94 sacramento, thunderstorms in lake tahoe and 85 degrees.
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our temperatures in the 70s and 80s in the south bay, 60s at the coastline and breezy. east bay temperatures moving well into the 80s. then inside the bay as high as 66 in san francisco, 69 into oakland. next couple of days, we are going to see those temperatures soaring near 100 degrees inland. finally getting a little heat relief on sunday with some more clouds and much cooler next week. wine growers are keeping their eyes on the temperatures this summer in mobile weather, roberta gonzales is live at steven kent winery in livermore. >> reporter: yes, lawrence, mobile weather trapped to the east bay 53 miles inland to steven kent winery. it's 77 a slight breeze under 5 miles per hour. good afternoon, steven. >> good afternoon, roberta. primary grape chianti we grow about 3 tons here our home ranch and vineyard. >> reporter: today's gorgeous in the mid-70s, right?
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so we're talking about flirting with triple digits tomorrow easily 101 out here on saturday. is this a concern? >> not a concern because it's a real short term event. it's supposed to be hot for a couple of days and back down to the 70s and 80s. fine for right now this time of year. it's when we get extended period of over 100 that we get concerned. >> reporter: are you concerned at all with the amount of -- i should say the lack of rainfall? we had a tremendous december. then we completely shut off in january. >> we irrigate here. we had to shut water off recently because we had such great growth in the first part of the springtime into summer so we're not concerned about. we don't dry farm. it's not an issue. >> when we care livermore valley with the napa valley we have tremendous temperatures, triple digits and then down into the 50s, tremendous differences in temperatures. >> it makes the livermore valley a world class growing
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area. you need to have the temperature range, that diurnal temperature swing. cool at night, warm during the day so you get nice balanced fruit. >> reporter: no concern with the impending heat. roberta gonzales, kpix 5.
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francisco taste like? your t tooth may help create a unie new flavor for the city. nats of music ben & jerry's wants to
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know what would their new flavor taste like? they want to create a new flavor for the city. fans can vote now on their favorite flavor combos and ice cream names. that special scoop will be served up four one day only, july 13. and some of the choices are tcho chocolate or peppermint. march mal lows or pretzels. online voting ends june 30. in today's "tony's table" an italian twist to the blt. >> all right, stephanie, since we're making sandwiches this one, i want to put together. >> this one is all yours. >> i'm going to lay some bacon down here. >> on the other side i'll put some romaine. three is good. provolone on top. i want the provolone on this side to melt. tomato. beautiful. i'm going to add just a little bit of salt and pepper on this
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right here and we are going to finish it off with just a little bit of olive oil. and a little bit of balsaming reduction. you put this together and this sandwich will melt in your mouth. a lot of flavors going on there. thank you, honey. this is what i'm going to have. >> all yours. >> you had the last one. choi. -- choi ciao. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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screaming goat that attract millions of youtube hits..'s being outdone.... a happy p named cody is a web hit from th remember the screams goat that attracted millions of youtube hit? he is being outdone by a dog who is a web hit. [ dog screaming ] >> cody! [ dog screams ] >> oh, my gosh. cody's howl sounds like a person in pain. he is not in pain. he is not suffering. he's just trying to communicate. [ dog screams ] >> maybe he has a bad tooth? captions by: caption colorado (sir can-a-lot) good day, ma' lady.
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>> brooke: [ chuckles ] eric, say something. >> eric: it's like i've, uh... it's like i've stepped back in time. you've remembered every detail. >> brooke: i'm not the one who seems to have forgotten. >> eric: i haven't forgotten. but i'm with taylor now. i can't forget that, either.


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