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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. business owners survey damage and ask police tough questions after a peaceful may day protest in oakland gets way out of hand. >> i'm brian hackney. >> i'm juliette goodrich. vandals spray-painted graffiti, broke windows and started fires along broadway. 62 cars were damaged at one car dealership on oakland's auto row. a total of 30 businesses on auto row were damaged and downtown several other businesses had their windows smashed. kpix 5's mark kelly met up with business owners had were tallying the losses and cleaning up. >> reporter: bruce's grandfather built this building
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and last night protestors had their way with it. >> it's unfortunate but it doesn't surprise me. >> reporter: nearly every window blown out. cement rocks hurled through six of them. bruce calls the people who did this anarchists. >> i'm angry at the ones that use the protests, use the marches, for their own anarchy. that's what i'm angry about. >> it's going to be a peaceful night. you have the right to peaceful protest. >> reporter: when the sun went down last night, an otherwise peaceful protest turned violent. at 1:00, 400 took over the streets leaving a seemingly random path of destruction from chinatown to auto row. this morning the clean-up dozens of cars destroyed. chief sean whent says police arrested a dozen people but he admits this one protest hundreds strong caught his officers off guard. >> they were angrier and larger than expected. >> crazy. >> reporter: protestors about $13,000 in damage to this auto
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shop. its owner angry, demands police round them up. >> lock him in jail for life. >> mark kelly, kpix 5. >> in addition to auto row, several downtown businesses were damaged. a jewelry store had a glass door broken. windows were broken at the wells fargo and the courtyard marriott had graffiti sprayed on the windows. coming up at 6:30, oakland's new mayor campaign to end this sort of vandalism but it is still happening. how she responded this morning. a community in san jose has a message for a group of vandals there. don't think this is all fun and games. vandals have been smashing cars in the evergreen neighborhood. as many as 16 in a single day. residents say the vandals strike at night and use rocks. it's gotten so bad the neighborhood has started a nighttime watch. they say they have tried calling the cops but they didn't get the answer they were looking for. >> i called them. they said file it online. it's an awesome neighborhood and it makes no sense. >> police are sending more
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officers to patrol the neighborhood. they say they need everybody to report vandalism so they can spot trends to help catch the criminals. a man was arrested early this morning after police say he intentionally ran down a group of people in a parking lot. the victims were on port chicago highway and bay point outside a restaurant. it was about 2 a.m. when the nightclub at the restaurant had left out. the suspect backed up full speed into the crowd. one killed, two trapped under the truck. >> when we arrived on scene, we had approximately 9 to 10 victims hit by a reckless driver in the parking lot of. we have had some witnesses who said it was intentional. >> a person was arrested on charges of vehicle manslaughter and felony dui. police in pittsburg are still sorting out what happened when a homeowner shot and killed two people breaking into his house. the chaos erupted just after 9 p.m. last night at the home on
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jewett avenue around foothill elementary school. the homeowner may have interrupted a burglary in progress and that's when he opened fire. police say four people were arrested earlier this week for trying to break into this same house. it's not clear if the two incidents are related and we'll have an update on this story and a live report at 6:30. tonight's monuments tal boxing events is a few hours way and the anticipation is building. the contenders hit the stage yesterday for the historic weigh-in, in front of thousands of screaming fans. tonight's fight is expected to be the biggest in history. >> teri okita is caught up in the hype in las vegas. she joins us live now. we can hear it all. teri, what's the buzz like there? >> reporter: yeah, juliette and brian, i feel like the thousands of fans are now all walking through the casino of the mgm today because a lot of the fans it's pandemonium outside the media center where we are. fans a lot of them aren't going to be attending this fight. they just want to be part of all the action. so there's a ton of people
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outside in the casino. and now after five years of anticipation and months of hype, it's put up or shut up time for these two fighters. floyd money mayweather junior and manny pacman pacquiao have trained and prepped all they can for this projected $400 million megamatch. now it's about staying mentally focused. >> your biggest enemy is yourself. you know? >> reporter: former heavyweight champ evander holyfield has been here before. in the hours leading up to a big fight. >> it's about putting the proper people around you and it seam like time just slow down which make it a lot harder. >> reporter: two of boxing's best faced off last night during the weigh-in. 38-year-old mayweather stays focused by tuning out the media noise watching movies and basketball. 36-year-old pacquiao says his saturday includes a pibal reading and prayers. the -- bible reading and
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prayers. the fight is sold out but plenty of fans, came to las vegas just to say they were there during the fight of the century. >> i came from hong kong. >> reporter: how much are you going to throw down after all is said and done? >> well [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: about $5,000. >> reporter: mayweather has height, weight and reach over pacquiao. but the southpaw filipino has the speed and footwork. experts expect them to go the distance. so right now, mayweather is still holding about 2:1 odds of winning. pacquiao though he likes the underdog role. and many expect that he will come out swinging tonight. both men have something to prove in this fight. reporting live from the mgm grand in las vegas, i'm teri okita, back to you. >> teri, i can only imagine the anticipation right now. so what are the betting lines like right now in vegas and who is favored? >> reporter: funny you should ask that, it's still 2:1 in
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favor of mayweather but we just went to the sports book area, went through the line in about 15 minutes which is actually quite fast because the line snakes around parts of the casino. people -- we were told by the sports book director that about 80% of the people who bet today are first time wagers. they just want a piece of the action, a piece of this fight. and the other 20%, the experienced bettors some of them may bet in the millions of dollars. >> oh, my gosh. >> all right. big stakes. all right, teri okita, thank you so much. let's take a look at some of the other numbers on this fight. cable companies are expecting as many as 4 million pay per views to watch the fight on tv. there were 2.5 million for the mayweather-de la hoya fight in 2007. tickets for a floor seat $10,000. $1,500 will get you a seat in the nose bleed section and if you are staying at the mgm grand where the fight is being held, the cheapest room is
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going for $1,600 this weekend. on a regular day, those rooms go for about 120 bucks. >> "no justice, no peace." thousands of demonstrators flood the streets of baltimore. their message tonight after six officers are charged in the death of a black man. >> personal drones are known for taking spectacular aerial photography and for a variety of other uses. but wait until you see what
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we showed these kids some items from a nearby store, whoa! but they didn't know they were all tobacco products. ooh this is cool. it smells like gum. yummy. this smells like strawberry. ooh, are these mints? with colorful packaging and fruit and candy flavors that kids love, who do you think tobacco companies are targeting? do we get to keep any?
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this was the scene all day today in baltimore. thousands rallied to protest the death of freddie gray. today's gathering was billed as a victory rally after prosecutors charged six officers with gray's death. unlike previous demonstrations no problems were reported today. reporter craig boswell was in the middle of it all. >> reporter: a couple of hundred people peacefully marched in baltimore saturday a day after criminal charges were filed against six police officers involved in the arrest of freddie gray. >> people are cautiously optimistic about, you know, moving forward. they believe that they have been heard and at least there has been charges.
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>> reporter: it started at the gilmore homes where gray was arrested april 12. the 25-year-old died a week later from spinal injuries sustained while in police custody. demonstrators brought their message to city hall where thousands took part in what organizers called a victory rally to celebrate the charges brought against the officers. security was tight but there were no reported problems. yvette dorsey came with her daughter and grandchildren. >> i want them to be part of history and part of things about to take place. >> reporter: baltimore's mayor helped distribute food in west baltimore where residents have struggled for basics. corner stores were destroyed or closed because of the riots earlier this week. >> now it's about healing and working toward recovery. >> reporter: she said the community is pulling together to move forward after dark days in the city. craig boswell, cbs news baltimore. >> the six police officers charged in the case are scheduled to be back in court this month. how's this for a new way to
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use drones? spraying graffiti. this could be the first time it's been done by a drone someone used the drone deface a billboard in new york featuring kendall jenner. she is the daughter of chris and bruc jenner. red paint was splashed over her face. a graffiti artist claimed responsibility and said the work came out quite well. >> tonight we get our first look at the new royal baby as britain celebrates its newest princess. >> and back in the bay area, cool change on the way for the bay this week. we'll have the forecast as we ♪ ♪ ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ♪ ♪ hush my darling... ♪
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it's a girl for the duke and duchess of cambridge. kate middleton and prince william. the announcement was splashed on the bt communications tower in london early this morning. the new princess weighed 8 pounds 3 ounces. susan mcginnis was there as william and kate took their new daughter home. reporter: the duke and duchess of cambridge thrilled crowds as they introduced the new royal princess to the world. kate crateled her baby girl as she and prince william left saint mary's hospital in london just nine hours after the birth. >> it's a girl! [ bell ] >> reporter: prince william was at kate's side in the delivery room as she gave birth to the couple's second child after 2.5 hours of labor. it's a moment prince william wanted to share with his son. the 21-month-old future king waved to crowds as he went to meet his baby sister for the first time. of the royal family of four is expected to spend a couple of
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days here at kensington palace their london home before going to their country estate. the most loyal royal fans had camped out for weeks to witness the birth of the royal baby. >> it's a girl and it's fantastic because every woman and every little girl loves a princess. remembers >> the birth was announced saturday morning. queen elizabeth spent the day in pink to celebrate the birth of her fifth great-grandchild. the still unnamed princess is fourth in line to the throne. susan mcginnis, cbs news london. >> it may be a while before we learn the baby's name. when prince george was born, will and kate waited two days to announce the name. first informing the queen of the choice. first and foremost. do you think elizabeth would be the name? >> well, it is certainly around for a long time going back to king henry viiii. >> maybe a middle name. >> it's possible, isn't it? i'll get on the phone to
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william see what we can arrange. we have beach hazard statement beginning sunday morning. we have a long period southern swell on the south-facing beaches and that always raises the possibility of very strong rip currents and high surf. so if you are going to the beach especially south-facing beaches, well, be sure that you take care because anything could happen. ocean beach speaking of beaches just miraculously appeared. 77 concord. oakland 61. livermore 79. san francisco has 58. san jose 70. santa rosa 65. heading out the door tomorrow morning, we'll have fog and low clouds at the beach and around the bay, too. more clouds this morning. we'll have more again on sunday morning. inland starts out with mostly sunny skies. sunshine and 54 degrees by tomorrow afternoon. the numbers only in the mid-70s inland so very pleasant inland but by the coastline we will be shivering with temperature highs only in the upper 50s. here's what we're expecting. the onshore push really coming
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back now with low pressure in the gulf of alaska as we set up a fairly typical summertime pattern. low clouds, high surf, and the week ahead looks cooler as that trough begins to sink over california especially by the shoreline. the numbers will be down this week. and the clouds will be around. futurecast gives us a good idea of what to expect in terms of sky conditions. look at all the low clouds along the shoreline. early tomorrow morning they pull back to the shore late in the day. so if you are , you know, five miles away from the coast, go inland, we have plenty of sunshine. but right there at the beach, pretty much overcast. so here's what we're expecting. that is coastal clouds, cooler temperatures, surf is up at the beach so have a care. fog in the morning, too. and a relatively cool week next week for the bay area. at least relative to what we had earlier this week. oh, by the way the giants taking on the angels and a game time tomorrow temperature about 59 degrees at 10:5 p.m. partly cloudy and cool skies. 1:05 p.m. another thing to do tomorrow
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art in mountain view. temperature there 69 degrees. the world golf championships or as i call them the woof championship at 56 degrees for harding park. overnight lows tonight near 50. 50 at concord. same for livermore. forecast highs now begin to get below average in san francisco and in oakland. 71 santa clara. 73 for san jose. in the east bay pittsburg 77. warmer at antioch. and north bay nice fog and low clouds along the shoreline 66 at petaluma. up in the north bay we have 84 for ukiah extended forecast warmest spots tomorrow 77. then we cool it off in the mid- 70s for the rest of the week and "stratus quo" the usually fog and low clouds along the shore and cloudy in the afternoon. well, a bay area water district is proposing a deal for customers. take out your lawn and get your money in return. the contra costa water district
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says it will pay customers one dollar for every square foot of grass they remove. the deal is good for up to 1,000 bucks. the water district says it will pay for two hours of advice from a professional landscaper on how to beautify your grass- free yard. put in some rocks. [ laughter ] >> there's your advice. >> doesn't take much water. >> i know jules whatever you say. >> i go with you. what's your bet tonight? i have so much game. >> right. >> we had to just really condense for this next few minutes. ahead, who in the world are these guys at third and king street? and we got horsep
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don't miss the memorial day sale. ♪ mattress discounters ♪ . baseball up top on a megasports filled day. the a's are still going in texas and the giants another improbable outcome today with that other l.a. team. all metallica day at at&t. bottom second, giants in scoring position for aoki. two strike two rbi single opening the scoring. the giants were in business. in the fourth brandon crawford boom put it where the big boys blast 'em. at that point it was 3-1 san francisco. 7th inning, buster posey they got out in a hurry 5-2. so tim hudson had a three-run lead.
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two out, one run lead, matt joyce's shot hit the runner! it hit tyler featherston and he is automatically out! giants have five straight home wins. final today, 5-4. whole lot of match play at harding park today, gang. round of 16. watch this. jb holmes shot at the tenth in the trees, and it cracked a guy in the head! look at that. >> oh!! >> holmes later knocked out himself. furyk won that match. john sendin lowest rank beat hunter mahan to gain the quarterfinals. eagle on the hole reached the quarters. now, why is rory mcilroy number one? dude, the shot maker. look at this. hold out from the cat box at 10. he eliminated that deckky
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matsyama and needed the quarter finals to do it. churchill downs, what a kentucky derby finish here. >> firing line not done yet! these two coming down the home stretch! firing line, dortmund third, coming to the finish! american pharoah and victor espinoza have won the kentucky derby! >> american pharoah now a four time winner. his son, a little excited, too. written by victor espinoza. in the nba, there was a time when the grizzlies were always inside the warriors's head and two of memphis' three play-off series wins from franchise history have been upset of number one seeds. randolph doesn't sound like he will be too intimidated by the
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oracle crowds. >> i like the road. i love playing on the road. i love playing -- i love the gym. it's great. it's loud. they got great fans. final day of the nfl draft. with the 49ers using their first saturday selection by taking oklahoma tight end blake bell in the fourth round. bell played quarterback for three seasons before switching to tight end. other 49er draft picks, they selected runningback mike davis of south carolina. they also drafted georgia tech receiver deandre smelter and clemson punter bradley pinon. 7th round pick guard trenton brown. the raiders! used their first pick of the day drafting miami offensive guard jonathan feliciano. we looked it unfortunately no relation to jose. one of two offensive linemen oakland took today.
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feliciano was a three-year starter for the canes. the rest of the raiders draft class. they drafted three linebackers in the fifth and sixth rounds. oakland drafted a second receiver. florida wideout andre duboce in the 7th round and kansas cornerback dexter mcdonald with the final pick. and coming up tonight at 11, from "show me the money," to get out while you can -- >> every, single player in pro football today except maybe a kicker or a punter is going to have some form of brain damage. that's the truth. >> supersports agent lee steinberg explains how players safety will impact the nfl moving forward. that is tonight at 11:00. >> the. >> that was hit with the golf ball is fine. that's good. good to know. all right. thanks for watching. that's it for us at 5:30. we'll see you back here in half an hour at
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>> no justice, no peace! >> axelrod: thousands rally in baltimore following the arrest of six officers in the death of freddie gray. the hurdles facing the prosecutor proving what happened in that van caused his death. >> three cheers for the princess! >> axelrod: britain's new princess gets a royal reception. it's fight night in las vegas, finally. the hype gives way to the most- anticipated bout of the century. and a family that lost everything in the nepal earthquake find a friend from america. >> how are you? >> i'm trying to make a big impact for one family. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. and this is the western edition of the broadcast.


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