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i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:00. a viral video shows san jose police officers using physical force to subdue a suspect and now questions are being asked whether it was excessive. kiet do is at san jose police headquarters where the officers' actions are defended. >> reporter: good morning. at one point 25,000 people an hour were watching this video on facebook. it is now up to nearly a quarter million views. san jose police have begun an internal investigation over this clip. the clip is dark and shaky lasts 3 minutes and has a lot of yelling in it. take a look. [ sirens ] >> reporter: it begins with two police officers holding a suspect on the ground. then more officers arrive and appear to kick and beat the suspect with their fists. and then hit him with batons. in the background witnesses are heard telling the officers in spanish and english to stop hitting the man.
they continue to plead on camera with the officers saying police are here to protect us. san jose police said the man in the video is 22-year-old juan moreno lopez who tossed something into the bushes as cops approached. he was chased into an intersection where he turned toward the officers in a combative manner. lopez attempted to attack one officer with a bottle. lopez continued to resist arrest and officers used physical force to subdue with little effect. low pedestrian was placed on a gurney with a four-point restraint due to continuous violent behavior. once he got out of the hospital he was put on a long list of charges including assault with pay deadly weapon, possession of meth? >> destruction of evidence and, of course, resisting arrest. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. the driver accused of hitting and killing a woman and her 14-month-old daughter in
livermore will be arraigned today. there was a prayer vigil at the site of the tragedy. maria medina spoke with a boy who survived the accident. >> he wasn't responding when we first got him out. >> reporter: two days after being pulled from under a fence, 7-year-old carlos morales is home. but so is a suspected drunk driver. >> i want him to pay for what he did. >> reporter: police say brian jones was nearly two times over the legal limit when he lost control of his car hitting and killing carlos' aunt and her 14- month-old daughter and stopped in a backyard where carlos was playing. police station say jones admitted to -- police say jones admitted to being at the wine country festival. >> the festival is designed to discourage heavy drinking. >> reporter: workers stop serving alcohol at 5:00 and investigators are looking into whether jones kept drinking somewhere in the two hours between the event and the crash. >> this has been a very successful event for 24 years. and this is the first time we have had something like this happen. >> reporter: the victim's family, who lived just minutes
away from the suspect, they want to see jones in jail and not home. >> don't want him to be out on the street killing more families. >> reporter: and community members joined the family for a prayer vigil earlier tonight. the family identifies the victims asez sper ran sa merales and her baby daughter julie. the suspect is expected in court tomorrow. maria medina, kpix 5. california's facing even deeper water cuts if state regulators get their way. today the state water board plans to order cities to cut use by 36% compared to 2013. some local water departments are blasting the proposal as unrealistic and unfair. they say the deep cuts could result in higher rates, ripped upland escaping and stricter use restrictions. parts of the bay area felt the ground move this morning. a 2.3 magnitude earthquake hit at 3:55 a.m. it was centered near pleasanton on the calaveras fault. it's a different fault than the
recent small quakes in concord. the latest there was just before 7:00 p.m. yesterday, a 2.8 on the concord green valley fault. >> did you say you felt one of those last night or over the weekend? >> i felt the one on sunday and then the one last night i heard the rattling but i didn't feel it. liz has the traffic report. >> we are doing okay. we haven't seen too many major incidents. the commute is under way with the usual congestion filling in. one of the worst drive times is the altamont pass to the livermore valley on 580. but checking the road sensors right now, the backups really are from 205 to about vasco. and then it just kind of remains slow-and-go out to the dublin interchange. and then unfortunately if you are traveling through sunol grade that southbound 680 approach is beginning to get heavy now between pleasanton and sunol. here's a live look out the door. 880 in oakland not too bad
right now actually as i pass the oakland coliseum. we have the warriors game going on tonight. we have cinco de mayo. so watch out for your evening commute home. things will quiet on the 880 between oakland and hayward. with the forecast, here's roberta. i'm just lining something up for all of you at home right now. this is such a treat. i was going through all my weathercam was and came up with this one. this just screams cinco de mayo! doesn't it? >> yes. >> isn't that beautiful? this is our weather camera atop mount vaca looking out and we have some clear skies there in fact the clouds are even trying to break up along the bay this morning and where it is clear is 42 degrees in santa rosa. otherwise with a deck of clouds in oakland right now 53 degrees. good morning, everybody. this is what you can expect at 8 a.m. when many of the kids head out. temperatures in the 50s across the board with some areas of patchy fog and drizzle lining the coast and into the bay. these temperatures very close to where we should be for this
fifth day of the month of may. 50s at the beaches. 60s and 70s across the peninsula. south bay, east bay numbers up to 74. north bay numbers stacking up to about 73. the full forecast, hey, frank, that's coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. today the oakland mayor libby schaaf will present a budget proposal which will include a plan to boost the city's police force. it comes in the wake of the may day vandalism in oakland last friday. the plan would add 40 new police officers over the next two years costing the city almost $7 million bringing the total number of police officers on the force to 762. this morning a teenaged girl is recovering after she shot herself in the leg with a police officer's gun. it happened at about 3 p.m. yesterday at a home on el cerrito way in gilroy. police say the home belongs to a gilroy police officer. it's not clear how the two are related. the 13-year-old girl is in stable condition and gilroy police are investigating. a private memorial service will be held at stanford today
for a well-known silicon valley ceo. 47-year-old dave goldberg ran surveymonkey had a strong reputation as an entrepreneur and a mentor. he was also the husband of sheryl sandberg of coo of facebook. friday he fell off a treadmill in mexico at a resort and had a fatal head injury. marc benioff of "salesforce" was a friend. >> for me personally what i saw was an incredible human being that showed me what it was like to be a father and husband, what it was like to be a friend. but also, what it was like to be a successful ceo. >> facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg called goldbergian amazing person and goldberg's brother robert asked people to celebrate his life by celebrating his life by posting memories on his facebook page. today the future of youth soccer fields which the 49ers want to pave over for parking will be the subject of a city council meeting in santa clara. the 49ers have offered the city $15 million plus 70% of parking
revenues and a $5 surcharge per car but critics say that undervalues the land by millions. the mayor says it's a turning point for negotiations. today the former arkansas governor mike huckabee is running for president again. he lost the republican nomination in 2008. then he won the iowa caucus and six primaries. but eventually he ran out of cash. this time the support he has already established among conservatives and evangelicals could give him an edge. another candidate carly fiorina certainly has plenty of money. but the question is just how many votes can she get? >> we know the only way to reimagine our government is to reimagine who is leading it. i'm fiorina, and i'm running for president. >> former ceo of hewlett- packard made that announcement yesterday. carly fiorina is running as an
republican. she has never held public office. carson is also running. he is known as the first surgeon to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head. and on the democratic side, candidate hillary clinton will be in the bay area tomorrow and friday for the first time since she said she is running. she will attend fundraisers in san francisco and portola valley. time now 6:09. a surprise guest interrupts a california beach wedding. how a different kind of wedding crasher made this big day even more memorable. >> warriors game 2 tonight. we'll let you know what's happening on the court before the game happens. >> and from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. we have showers back in the forecast. we'll explain which days to expect it. >> and getting a check of san mateo bridge, everything is looking okay right now. we have a weekend closure coming up. we'll tell you more about it coming up.
chevron with techron. care for your car. it is cinco de mayo, tuesday may 5. good morning, time check 613. we're looking towards the financial district. it is a gray slate out there this morning with areas of patchy fog and drizzle. we'll talk about the sunshine and where to expect it today as the news continues. secretary of state john kerry made an unannounced trip to somalia today. he is the highest ranking u.s. diplomat to visit the country. this is video of him during his trip to kenya this week. he is meeting with top officials to agress the fight against al-shabab. the u.s. is trying to drive them out of the strongholds.
"islamic state" militants claimed responsibility for a shooting outside a texas exhibit that showed cartoons of the prophet mohammad. federal investigators are looking into whether they are connected with it. palo alto man wanted for multiple break-ins including one caught call. he burglarized several in the college terrace neighborhood. he doesn't make it inside the home on this video. the homeowner thinks the sensor light may have scared him off. last week he got into five homes. police say he stole through bicycles and other valuables. today the san francisco giants will turn in a ballot measure to the city attorney. it's a revised plan for mixed use development across from at&t park. it responds to trends in land use politics with twice as much affordable housing and lower buildings. city voters will vote on it in november.
oracle arena will be rocking tonight as the warriors go to the sixth straight win in the nba play-offs. >> they are perfect so far. ryan takeo getting ready for the big game against memphis joins us live courtside inside oracle. good morning. >> reporter: they are looking to keep the streak going. good morning, frank and michelle. the warriors up 1-0 in this series looking to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the western conference semifinal matchup against the memphis grizzlies. what's going to make this game more excite something what's happening before the game -- more exciting is what's happening before the game. in an mvp ceremony, steph curry will hoist the mvw trophy he earned yesterday unanimously. yesterday he was emotional when talking about his father an nba player himself del curry. >> pops, you're the example of what a true professional is on and off the court. i remember a lot of your career, um, and to be able to
follow in your footsteps, it means a lot to me. [ applause ] >> reporter: overwhelming mvp choice not unanimous but close. here's a look at the second warriors mvp. the other winner wilt chamberlain when the team was in philadelphia. the warriors 67 regular season wins set a franchise record. they are 42-2 at home this season and look to win their 22nd home game in a row tonight. game time 7:30. we just heard in the last couple of hours that the nba released some tickets overnight. they usually hold a couple of hundred for vips. now, those are now available on the warriors website through ticketmaster. i just checked in the last 10 minutes. the cheapest seats 160. goes up from there. $2,500 the most expensive. so it's going to cost to come see the warriors in this pre-
game ceremony tonight. live at oracle, ryan takeo, kpix 5. >> think of the cool t-shirt. who makes those? >> we have to thank raymond and lisa and also others who open up oracle and make sure the shirts are out there just for us at this early hour. the warriors children's foundation makes the shirts the youth organization that they go into the commute and support and help they get up and and help out. >> a lot of work. >> go, warriors! >> cheaper than the fight in vegas. >> no casino. >> much cheaper. let's hit the roads show you what's going on. we have a big warriors game tonight so it should be winding down the commute home by that point at 7:30. but if you are traveling on 880 just another reminder me to o.co we have the warriors game happening. everything is quiet into downtown oakland. it's different in woodside. toesan accident last night took
out a pole, they will clear it up reopened. we have been waiting to get an update from caltrans. here's a live look out the door at our sensors through antioch. filling in, in antioch early like it often does between hillcrest and "a" street but now we are starting to see the slow at pittsburg-bay point and into willow pass. bay bridge toll plaza metering lights were turned on at 5:36. so backed up through the maze typical. at least the eastshore freeway is not too bad so far this morning only about 24 minutes from the carquinez bridge. and another reminder on top of the warriors game it's also cinco de mayo so you don't want to drink and drive and tipsy tow is offering you a tow home up to 10 miles. that's "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. this is optimistic. this is our live weather camera looking east towards the port of oakland. cannot see that there. limited visibility due to the deck of clouds. but notice we're seeing some breaks in the clouds hanging on to some hope for some sunshine
at the beaches today. we have clear skies in the 40s in santa rosa otherwise concord with a wind gust 25 miles per hour at 53 degrees. it's in the low 50s in livermore and also in san francisco. breaking it down hour by hour on this cinco de mayo in the city by the bay temperatures in the 50s and 60s by 2 p.m. 24 hours ago not an extensive cloud deck at the coast. we have high pressure trying to mix out that marine layer. we also have this area of low pressure to the north. once it swings through by thursday, we're going to introduce a chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm primarily in our highest elevations of our local mountain ranges but until then we have a lot of cool air mass all associated with the deep marine layer. 80s in throughout the interior section of the state today. 50s in monterey bay. 80s in redding and then 60s in the high sierra. pollen report suggests that the pollen count is actually down
but i'm suffering big time! notice the mulberry, ash coming into play. today numbers 50s, 60s and low and mid-70s. west winds 10 to 20. ditto wednesday and there's that slight chance of a shower on thursday and friday. frank and michelle? >> all right, roberta. thank you. a couple had a perfect picturesque marriage ceremony planned at a malibu beach. little did they know their wedding would be crashed by a real-life emergency. [ screaming [ >> there you go. ceremony disrupted by an l.a. county helicopter after a rock climber got stuck nearby right at the moment as they were about to say i do. wedding guests cheered as they rescued the climbers. the newlyweds laughed about it. >> the climber should send them a gift. >> he's okay.
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good morning. steph curry said he wouldn't have been the warriors' first mvp since 1960 if it wasn't for his dad who played in the league for 16 years. >> a lot of people, um, thought i had it easy with pops playing, you know, in the nba. but it was, unfortunately,i'll get to that part down the road but it was an interesting journey. >> both father and son had tears of joy during a press conference for an hour. del's visit was hard to imagine
this moment when steph was drafted in 2009. >> honestly we weren't sure this was the right fit for him because of he said he really didn't know anything about the team or what was going on but jeff his agent and i we -- you know, we knew what was going on. we didn't think this was the right fit but they selected him as their choice and turns out to be a good one. giants are starting to pop, folks. looking for their fourth straight win. slowest against the padres in the third no longer. angel pagan finds the hole drives home aoki 1-0 san francisco. madison baumgarner's early season issues are gone. he took a no-hitter into the 7th, struck out six, and left in fact eighth without allowing a run and the giants win 2-0. paul molitor getting a look at a's red-hot catcher steven vogt 1st inning there's his first career grand slam 4-0 oakland. a's starter two runners on but
the bullpen collapsed. shot to torii hunter twins win. other sportscast tonight comes from oracle. see you there. play of the day, we have an all lone star affair. got astros and rangers. rangers elvis andres taking care of a grounder. watch the little flip to adam rosales at second. nice dive better flip and the turn. that's a pretty impressive double play. rangers beat houston 2-1. they got the play of the day. it is 6:26 right now. another bay area city is poised to raise its minimum wage. why supporters say this plan is better for small businesses. >> reporter: and an arrest by san jose's police caught on camera has gone viral. the police department says there's a lot more to the story that
good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, may 5. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. san jose police are trying to explain a scene caught on camera where officers appear to beat a suspect. kiet do reports from san jose police headquarters. >> reporter: an internal investigation is begun over this clip viewed by 250,000 people on facebook. it is dark and shaky and lasts
about three minutes. it has a lot of yelling in it. take a look. it gibbs with two police officers holding a -- it begins with two police officers holding a suspect on the ground and more officers arrive as backup and appear to kick and beat the suspect with their fists and hit him with batons. in the background, witnesses are heard telling the officers in spanish and english to stop hitting the man. [ yelling ] >> reporter: they continue to yell saying police are here to protect us. police responded saying the man in the video is 22-year-old juan moreno lopez who tossed something in the bushes as officers got closer. they chased lopez on foot into a busy intersection where he turned toward the officers in a combative manner. lopez attempted to attack one officer with a bottle. lopez continued to resist arrest and officers used physical force to subdue but
had little effect. lopez was placed on a gurney and a four-point restraint due to his continuous violent behavior. out of the hospital, lopez was booked on charges including assault with pay deadly weapon, possession of meth, destruction of evidence and resisting arest. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. californians would be forced to slash their water use under unprecedented drought restrictions being considered today. the state water board plans to order cities to cut water use by as much as 36% compared to 2013. some local water departments are criticizing the proposal as unrealistic and unfair. they say the steep cuts could result in higher rates, ripped upland escaping and even more use restrictions. firefighters had to put out a grass fire along i-80 near richmond. it happened during the commute last night between hilltop and fitzgerald drivers. chp believes sparks from a chain that a car or truck was dragging down the freeway may have started it. drought is making
firefighters' jobs harder as temperatures creep up. the signs with bold red letters are placed around danville. they are reminding people to clear dry brush from the yards before the end of the month. like pine tree, for example, with all those needles. if that catches fire that's going to throw embers for long, long distance. and put a lot of homes in danger. >> most important advice from firefighters this season continue to water your trees and for homes on flat land clear dry brush 30 feet around the home and for homes and hillsides clear the brush even further away. 6:33. let's check weather. cooling down a little bit. >> it's going to be a degree or two warmer than yesterday but we have cooled down from all the 80s and 90s we experienced last weekend. frank was just alluding to the fire danger story. it's fire season 12 months a year now 24/7. so definitely. cooler conditions this whole week for temperatures. this is the scene looking out
towards san jose where we do not have the deck of the stratus compared to just 24 hours ago. a little bit of haze there in san jose. temperatures at 43 degrees. concord gusty winds up to 25. san francisco in the low 50s and santa rosa clear skies 43 degrees. temperatures out the door this morning at 8:00 as you get the kids off to school in the 50s from the coast through bay inland. numbers very close to where they should be for this fifth day of the month. 50s and partial coastal clearing today. 60s with sunshine to the low 70s around the peninsula. low 70s in morgan hill and gilroy west winds 10 to 20 east of the bay numbers topping off at 74 in blackhawk and danville. 73 santa rosa. and upstream in the mid-70s. at 48 minutes after the hour, we'll talk about the pollen report. the only person in the world who doesn't have allergies. here's liz. [ laughter ] out the door live traffic conditions around the bay area.
a gorgeous picture of the sunrise coming across the golden gate bridge. traffic-wise we are getting heavier out of sausalito, no delay to doyle drive. richmond/san rafael bridge no delay. not quite backed up to the full capacity yet. sometimes we see it backed up worse than that by this time of the morning already. so here's a look at highway 4. the drive there in antioch, very slow through hillcrest and "a" street but know it is sluggish to willow pass as you head into concord. bay bridge metering lights are on. and eastshore freeway is beginning to slow now between richmond and berkeley. there was a crash at central now on the right-hand shoulder but it's up to 28 minutes now from the carquinez bridge to the maze. that is "kcbs traffic." frank and michelle, back to you guys. >> thank you. happening today, emeryville could become the latest bay area city to give workers a raise. tonight, the city council will vote on a proposal to raise the minimum wage to $12.25 an hour
by july 1. it would eventually go up to $16. plus 6 to 9 paid sick days a year. one step closer to a statewide tax on sugary drinks. the bill heads to the health committee today. revenue from theta, would go toward health programs -- revenue from the tax would go to health programs. in approved it will go to the full assembly next month. san francisco 49er bruce miller entered not guilty to misdemeanor vandalism. miller appeared in a san jose courtroom yesterday. charge stems from a march argument between miller and his girlfriend. miller is accused of throwing her phone against a wall in a santa clara parking garage. investigators say he was initially accused of pushing her to the ground but she denied it. a private memorial will be held at stanford today for a silicon valley ceo who died in an apparent treadmill accident.
betty yu reports on the loss of a man who was well recorded in the tech industry. >> good morning. >> reporter: dave goldberg was a popular silicon valley entrepreneur and husband of facebook's chief operating officer, sheryl sandberg. the family says they were on vacation at the four seasons resort when he suddenly collapsed friday afternoon. his brother found him by treadmill in a pool of blood with a gash in the back of his head. a mexican state official says he apparently fell and hit the machine. paramedics could not save him. in the days following the 47- year-old's death, facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg called him an amazing person. dave's brother robert asked people to celebrate his life by posting memories on his facebook page. his wife often spoke about her biggest supporter and about finding the right partner. >> the most important career
decision you will make is whether or not you have a life partner and who that partner is. >> reporter: "salesforce" ceo marc benioff was a friend. >> for me personally what i saw was an incredible human being that showed me what it was like to be a father, what it was like to be a husband, what it was like to be a friend, but also what it was like to be a successful ceo. >> reporter: later today, there will be a memorial for dave at stanford. men have been urged not to wear ties because dave was known for his dislike of ties. the four seasons contradicts the mexican authorities saying that this incident did not happen on its property. in palo alto, betty yu, kpix 5. the u.s. consumer product safety commission says thousands of people head to the emergency room every year because of exercise equipment injuries. many of those injuries are treadmill-related. big development plan that stirred up a lot of controversy may get a final vote from the oakland city council today. the issue, whether the city should sell a publicly owned
piece of land to private developers who want to build a 24 story luxury high-rise apartment tower near lake merritt. opponents plan a rally at frank ogawa plaza before today's city council meeting. they are concerned the project will displace working class residents on the east side of lake merritt. california businesses could eventually be able to record phone conversations without the other party's knowledge. today, state assembly committee will consider a bill that would loosen restrictions on a long- time ban against that practice. consumer groups speaking out against the measure from assemblyman evan loew of campbell. president obama is talking about the pressure on police and struggling communities including baltimore. he appeared last night on late night with david letterman. >> essentially we put the police officers in a really tough spot where we say to them, just contain the problem and so if young black men are being shot but it's not affecting us, um, you know,
we'll just kind of paper that over. >> the president's comments came after some tense moments again on monday in baltimore. police arrested a man and recovered a loaded handgun at the scene. the arrest drew a crowd which chanted black community, control the police. time now 6:40. a new push begins today to give police some major help in keep drugged drivers off the road. >> and mother's day is almost here! we are going to take a look at some of the be
♪ ♪ ♪ it took tim morehouse years to master the perfect lunge. but only one attempt to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news" on this sing. very close to normal. we'll see some sunshine today at the beaches in the 50s. otherwise, 60s and a few low
70s. peninsula and into the santa clara valley. east of the bay, highs topping off at 74 degrees in concord, danville, pleasanton and in blackhawk. meanwhile north of the golden gate bridge, from the 50s and breezy west winds to 20 in stinson beach, to the low to mid-70s in santa rosa. good morning, lakeport! your high today, 76 degrees. thank you, roberta. the recent slowdown at west coast ports contributed healthily to the nation's trade gap. >> here's -- heavily to the nation's trapped gap. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: when the port slowdown ended in march, that unleashed a flood of foreign products on the u.s. mark, everything. and that led to a 43% increase in the nation's trade gap in march from the month before to $51.4 billion, biggest gap since october of 2008.
exports were up only .9% while imports were up 7.7%. exports were hampered by the stronger dollar making u.s. products more expensive overseas and the big gap likely turned u.s. 1st quarter gdp negative as an initial report of .2% game. pandora getting a waiver to buy a radio station in south dakota. it will be able to get the lower artist performance royalty rates from bmi and as cap as terrestrial radio stations do. stock market is starting off flat this morning. let's check the big board and see how we're doing so far. dow down by 8. nasdaq down 17. s&p down 1. frank and michelle, back to you. >> jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. today members of the state assembly will present a bill
that is being dubbed the roadside drug breathalyzer bill. similar to alcohol breathalyzers it would allow officers to use new technology to detect if a driver is on drugs. some devices already being used can detect marijuana within two to three hours of use while also detecting drugs like cocaine and meth. it's been quiet on the roads. a little debris, that's the most that chp is dealing with right now. here's a live look at the bay bridge. the usual congestion coming into san francisco and that eastshore freeway is pretty heavy especially for this time of the morning 35 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. the bulk of the traffic is on the upper eastshore freeway. i'm going to show that you in just a minute. san mateo bridge everything is getting crowded out of hayward but no major incident to tell you about heading to the
peninsula. also this weekend in addition to the san mateo bridge closure we have no bart service saturday and sunday between fruitvale and the coliseum. they are doing the ongoing track work into oakland. sometimes it causes a bit of a delay. no major hassles. ride bart on the weekend. right now bart is on time. ferries, caltrain, ace and a quick check of the road sensors heading to the bay bridge once again the most traffic is there between hercules and pinole. with the forecast, here's roberta. one of my favorite times of the morning time to check our weather watchers to see who is awake. overcast at the coast with drivel. we take you to sfo and you can clearly see we have the gray slate and that is why the
airport is now reporting 51- minute delays on some arriving flights. but where we have the clear skies we have the colder temperatures. 43 degrees in santa rosa. otherwise we do have some cloud cover in oakland at 52 degrees. oakland picking up a wind as well up to 12 miles per hour. 24 hours ago low clouds and patchy fog. that's clearing out earlier today. we have a passage of an area of low pressure trying to mix out the stratus. and then behind that there, we have yet upstream another area of low pressure. that is the one that's going to come in on thursday scour out that marine layer and produce and introduce a chance of a shower and isolated thunderstorm. low 60s once the clouds lift in mendocino. ash trees producing allergens
in the atmosphere. otherwise, speaking of highs numbers very close to average for may 5. low 70s santa clara valley. low to mid-70s east of the bay. west wind 10 to 20 in the santa rosa area. 72 degrees. extended forecast a repeat performance on wednesday, then that chance of a shower on thursday and friday. then it becomes a pretty mild weather pattern over the weekend. michelle, look what time it is. >> i know. cinco de mayo! >> there you go. cool at the coast and mild inland. make it a great day, everybody. only a few more days to find the perfect mother's day gift. >> senior cnet editor jessica dell court has a few tech ideas for mom. >> that's right. i don't know, the woman who gave you life deserves a little something extra. >> everyone will like these. >> i know. i have four suggestions. the first one is a pair of --
it's a wireless bluetooth speaker. and this one is bose sound link color in five colors. i dig the blue one. it lasts 8 hours and costs 130 bucks and delivers good sound. so this is great for anytime. good for outdoors, in door, whatever it is that mom wants to listen to. >> those are great. i listen to one at a bose outlet in petaluma and they are rocking. >> yeah. the sound is really quite good. >> so small. >> i know, i like the colors. >> so if your mom is a reader like mine get her an ebook reader like the kindle paperwhite. that one is $100. it is black and white, impleting so saves battery and you can -- eink so saves battery and you can fit a library on it and it fits in the purse. another music item especially if your mom likes to go to the gym or just zone out, is a pair
of bluetooth wireless speakers. right? headphones. so this one is the full republic wireless $100 with a rubberized band around the neck like a necklace and you can the earbuds in your air. this is especially good for bass, so get the nice baritones. it connects to multiple devices so if you are switching in between a few, then i don't know, it's easy. the main point is that they're really comfortable. so you wear it around your neck like a necklace. you can wear it all day and won't notice. >> very fashionable. my mom wears it all the time. >> i know. >> gifts for mom. >> maybe mom likes to make some old-fashioned choices. >> i told you dad would like these too. >> that's next month. >> dad can wear it. , too. >> what else? >> now, this one also an interesting fashion choice would be the apple watch, right? so the apple watch sport
version has that sporty band that starts at $349 but it goes up to, you know, however much you want to spend. which is like thousands. but the great thing about this is that the apple watch is a terrific way to sort of like let somebody zone out, right? so mom can leave her phone especially with an iphone she can leave it in her purse and triage all her most important messages or if she is a fitness fan she can go to the gym and use that or work out outside and use that to do the great things with a fitness device it's except more powerful and works with her iphone. >> i get breakfast in bed but i love your ideas better. [ laughter ] >> the woman who gave you life, like i said, it's worth this extra little built. >> jessica, some great ideas for sunday for good old mom. thank you very much. >> thank you. palo alto high school is
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how many gasolines clean better than chevron with techron? the answer is a big fat zero. chevron with techron. care for your car. score five things things. isis has claimed responsibility for an attack in garland texas outside a prophet mohammad cartoon contest. two men were killed by law enforcement shortly after they started shooting sunday.
former arkansas governor huckabee expected to announce today that he is running for the republican presidential nomination. joining a crowd of field, yesterday former hewlett- packard ceo carly fiorina and retired neurosurgeon ben carson announced, as well. the first court appearance today for a driver charged with killing a woman and her infant daughter in livermore. police say brian jones was drunk when he crashed his car into an apartment saturday night. the victims a mother and 14 monday old daughter. david goldberg died. the ceo of surveymonkey husband of facebook c oo sheryl sandberg. he fell off a treadmill and died in mexico. the state water board will continue tighter restrictions on water use today. some cities could have to cut water use by as much as 36% compared to 2013. and even more restrictions on
outdoor watering are likely. the board will vote on the proposal today or tomorrow. good morning. i'm ryan takeo live inside oracle arena. game 2 of the westerns conference semi files. warriors and grizzlies tonight for the western conference semifinals. there is a pre-game ceremony before the game giving the mvp award to steph curry, only the second warriors to win the mvp the other wilt chamberlain when the team was in philadelphia. he got a new kia suv. he gave it to the east oakland youth development center. the center offers dozens of programs from basketball to homework club to prepare kids to become adults. the new suv is going to help transport students to ged testing sites. the warriors'67-regular season win set a franchise record. they are 42-2 at home this season and look to win the 22nd
straight home game tonight. game time 7:30 against the grizzlies. i did just check. the cheapest tickets are 160 bucks to get in the door. live at oracle arena ryan takeo, kpix 5. a final check of your "kcbs traffic." the commute is definitely in full swing now. look at this camera. this is the approach to the richmond/san rafael bridge. backed up just west of the richmond parkway. in the south bay northbound 101 starting to see backups in the san jose. heavy 580 through livermore and eastshore freeway through pinole and richmond. what do you see in the city of san francisco? clouds clearing out sooner today. temperatures 40s and 50s out the door. later today just a tad warmer than yesterday. 50s beaches 60s bayside and peninsula to the low 70s away from the bay. west winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. we have a repeat performance and a chance of an isolated shower on thursday and friday. >> we have to say thank you for
bringing the muffins. >> thank you. >> bring the guacamole tomorrow! ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. tuesday may 5th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." isis claims responsibility for the attack on the draw muhammad contest in texas. we'll hear from the mother of one of the gunmen. a california trainer who prepares redruts for boot camp is accused of lying about being a marine. celebrities go big at fashion's big night. we'll take you inside manhattan's met gala. but a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> about his terrorist connections. certainly he becomes a person who should be watched. >> isis
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