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safety in terms of the administration making us aware because it's obvious that a lot of this is kept private. >> reporter: one by one parents expressed concerns to school board members. >> they have not only allowed the predator to remain on campus but failed to tell the community about the disturbing events. >> reporter: it comes interest district staff allowing a teenager to stay in school even after learning this february about his 2015 conviction for a sex crime. but that wasn't only blemish on the boy's record. last year a female student reported him to school leaders also for sexual assault. >> my daughter has two classes with the person in question. he has acted inappropriately toward her. >> reporter: a district spokesman who declined an on- camera interview says: to these parents, they want the district to learn this lesson. >> my children are my
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everything as i'm sure everyone's child here is their everything. so you need to do something about the environment. you need to do something about how the children trust the teachers and the staff at their schools. >> the meeting will be out in the next few minutes. the spokesman for the district says they did discipline the student for last year's incident but he would not elaborate. live in palo alto, maria medina, kpix 5. also at 6:00 a case of justice delayed. the wife of a bay area deputy accused of driving drunk and killing a 3-year-old. now she has been arrested again. so why is this woman still on the street? kpix 5's juliette goodrich with the family's frustration over a delay in charges. jules. >> reporter: veronica, we're talking about three arrests related to drugs or alcohol in less than a year. and this families who' little boy died in the crash why the alameda county sheriff's
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deputies' wife is out free on bail. >> they should have never let her out. they should have kept her in jail period. with no bail. they give her a bail. and now look what happened. >> reporter: 8 months ago, chuck's 3-year-old grandson elijah dunn was killed in a car crash. 40-year-old yarenit liliana malihan was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and now this is malihan's recent booking photo taken friday. her third alcohol-related or drug-related arrest in less than a year. she was arrested for public intoxication in pleasanton. police say she was found drunk on the ground. >> it upsets mere. anything else could have happened. she could have got behind the wheel again. >> reporter: two months before elijah was killed malihan was charged with dui and child endangerment after being pulled over in pleasanton with her so- year-old in the car. she pleaded not guilty and was given a provisional driver's license just days before the
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crash. >> this happens again? it's just not right. something has to be done. >> reporter: it was friday, 12:14 p.m., when police responded to a call of public intoxication, a woman lying on the sidewalk. malihan was taken to valley care hospital. just before 2:00, she leaves the hospital without clearance. police arrest her and take her back to the hospital. malihan is then released from the hospital and booked into santa rita jail. she is released from jail the next morning. >> this is just my opinion. i wish they would put her away with no bail until this is resolved. i mean, she is just going to do it again. and again and again and again. >> reporter: i contacted the contra costa deputy d.a.'s office to find out when charges will be filed if charges will be filed and here's what the deputy d.a. had to say. quote, in his remarks, you can see right here on the screen: dont want these people out.. we prefer she is not out but we dont have authority over her until she has been formally charged.
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en looking into second degree murder charges ..." they say these people and specifically her should be not, um, out free but there's nothing they can do without her being formally charged and they are looking into second-degree murder charges. as for her next court date, she is expected to be in court june 12 for the recent arrest. in pleasanton, juliette goodrich, kpix 5. new at 6:00 the norovirus outbreak is hitting south bay schools and at least 200 students got sick. kpix 5's betty yu live at the san jose unified school district office with a scramble to notify parents and contain this spread. betty. >> reporter: allen, the district right now is doing everything it can to contain the spread of the virus. 10 schools have reported what's believed to be norovirus and as you mentioned, we're talking about, about 200 students that
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have come down with symptoms including nausea and vomiting, since early may. now, norovirus is common but the santa clara county public health department says that to see this many cases in school in the county is very unusual. the first cases came out of hacienda environmental science magnet school on may 4 and since then, officials have been notifying parents via letter, email and phone calls. the county says that this kind of virus is hard to control especially among young kids. >> once norovirus comes and one kids gets sick they might pass it along to their siblings or to classmates or friends at school. it's pretty easily transmitted from person to person. >> just making sure we're stressing to parents if their kids are seeing those symptoms, keep them home for 48 hours, symptom free for 48 hours and make sure they're washing up, scrubbing up. >> reporter: and the district
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says it is currently cleaning and scrubbing down surfaces, chairs, desks and bathrooms at those ten schools and events like art night and parent- teacher conferences have been canceled or open houses, rather, have been canceled as a voluntary precautionary measure. betty yu, kpix 5, san jose. "skydrone5" giving us this bird's-eye look over the laskos central sand mining operation in the united states. now some want to see it shut down. the facility is located between marina and moss landing in monterey county. it's run by mexican-based company cemex. kpix 5's keit do with why the closure threat is coming now after more than 100 years of business. >> reporter: the view from "skydrone5" helps to explain why the state of california said sem ex-is stealing sand. the company has been harvesting vast amounts of sand out this pond and selling it for a
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profit for decades. cemex says it's well within their property line. but they got a letter today confirming what scientists have been saying, sands lined at this plant comes from offshore. kiet st california coas commission will be h ts next meeting in somewhere here o ntral coast, and bet there will b crowd. in marina, o, kpix 5.) bills in marin county, could be going up again.. cemex must immediately submit a lease application to the commission or cease dredge pond operations. >> absolutely fabulous news. we are so excited this morning. we're high fiving. >> reporter: catherine o'day is the executive director of save our shores. she says when cemex tries to apply for a new permit they will probably fail the environmental review. >> this is pushing them up against a wall. at last no way any of us can figure out how they would survive an environmental impact report. >> reporter: cemex said:
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>> reporter: kevin miller is the head of the surfrider foundation. >> if you are doing bad things well you can't say i was always doing bad things for 100 years so therefore i'm allowed to do bad things. you're still a public nuisance no matter how long you have been doing it. >> reporter: the california coastal commission will be meeting in mid-july somewhere here on the central coast and you can bet there will be a huge crowd. kiet do, kpix 5. the water bills in marin county are going up again. the marin county water district is expected to sign off on a 14% rate hike tonight carried out in steps over the next two years. the average users' annual bill would go up from $660 to $744 a year. that's by 2019. the money is expected to cover pipe improvement.
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the water district is also considering creating a super saver rate for low usage customers. there's been backlash for raising rates while people conserve. new at 6:00, a bay area city manager is in hot water accused of using public money to pay for his personal legal bills. kpix 5's devin fehely tracked him down to get some answers. >> reporter: the city council will meet behind closed doors tonight to discuss allegations that city manager tom williams used public money to fund his private lawsuit against newly elected mayor richard tran. >> the allegations of mixing public funds are troubling. um, at the end of the day, we want to make sure that we get all the facts. >> reporter: the city manager says he hired the ad astra law firm to investigate a dozen complaints of harassment and hostile work environment against mayor tran. he also led a public vocal campaign to oust the city manager. williams later decided to hire the same firm to represent him and paid the city back $7,000
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he charged in attorney fees. we spent much of the day trying to track down the city manager. he called us shortly before the newscast and allowed to us record the conversation. >> that was not the intent. and i would never use public money for personal use or personal gain. absolutely not true. >> reporter: the city council says it wants to know if the same law firm should be representing the city and mr. williams at the same time. >> i want to hear the justification for the use of the funds. i'd like to know why our own legal counsel was not able to provide those services. >> reporter: the city manager says he hired an outside law firm to investigate the complaints because he lacked confidence the city attorneys could objectively weigh the conflicting claims of the mayor and several high ranking city officials. in milpitas, devin fehely, kpix 5. >> the d.a.'s public integrity unit tells devin that it's waiting for more facts to come out before deciding whether a crime was committed. some people in sonoma
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county worried about potential budget cuts and what it could mean for the sheriff's department. the board of supervisors met today to talk about that concern. a proposal on the table would cut 21 positions from the department. it includes eliminating the narcotics and the gang crimes unit. a move that some call troubling. >> i don't want to feel like i have been stabbed in the back by my own law enforcement agency which is how it felt last week and i didn't have a lot of people in this -- and how a lot of people in this room felt, as well. it's just not appropriate. >> really, the heart of this conversation is that everything we cut so that we could keep the staffing at minimum levels and still respond to calls for service. >> as of now, sonoma county officials say they will be $4 million over budget by the end of the year if cuts are not made. jaw-dropping video of teenagers dangling from the top of the golden gate bridge. how their nighttime climb is exposing a major security flaw.
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>> more damage control for the white house. president trump allegedly asked the fbi director to drop an investigation into his former aide. a live report on the unusual memo. >> and a look at the new robots invading the cal campus. how they are bringing food to students on demand. >> you think it's chilly around here? it most certainly is but it's so cold in parts of california, it is snowing right now. i'll show you where and talk about when we'll go from 50s to 90s. that's coming up. ,,
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climb up one of the landmark towers. they even do stunts at very top. this incident ex a high-profile security breach at the golden gate bridge. two teenagers videotaped their climb up one of the landmark towers. they even do the stunt up at the top. the incident of course exposing troubling security gaps. kpix 5's emily turner on how the bridge district and the feds were certainly caught by surprise. emily. >> reporter: the tower they climbed allen is the one right here over my shoulder. the north tower. the tip-top that's now concealed by fog. but when they climbed it was a clear night. they were clearly in front of the cameras. >> reporter: the view is incredible but it's illegal. that didn't top them from
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climbing the golden gate bridge north tower. >> it's like the most famous bridge in the world. it's iconic landmark. and it's one of the tallest bridges of its type so we figured we would give it a shot because i haven't seen many other people do it. i wanted to be the first. yeah. we just went for it. >> reporter: they snuck down the marin headlands along the bridge and once the sun set, this wisconsin duo climbed the bridge's suspension stays from the shore with no safety equipment just a gopro. they do tricks, hang from their finger trips, somersaults, dangles the over traffic below before finally making it to the top of the north tower. they are two teens and they spent 10 minutes on a bridge protected by a multi-million dollar security system approved by homeland security. we talked to 18-year-old peter teetime from his home in
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wisconsin. >> really tight. like motion detectors, cameras. i have a lot of experience. >> reporter: it's an embarrassment from the golden gate bridge transportation district and a security concern. the district know peter and the his buddy did it until they saw the stunt on social media weeks later. >> at this time this that happened where were the golden gate bridge patrols? how did this go on? >> we have hundreds of cameras here at the golden gate bridge. they all work. but cameras are -- our staff is focused on watching the cameras that are focused on areas where people could harm the structure. >> so they can avoid the alarms and cameras. >> it's awesome. >> reporter: that experience is now the subject of a criminal investigation. it's a misdemeanor, could go on the "no fly" list and a year
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in jail. they will try to close the gaps they snuck through. so between now and then what will you do to make sure thrill seekers don't take advantage of that weakness? >> we are doing the same thing that the white house does, that the san francisco giants and 49ers do. we are increasing our efforts to make sure that people don't engage in aberrant or reckless behavior. >> reporter: the district said there are some physical barriers in place. there are changes made the way they patrol the bridge. emily turner, kpix 5. >> this stunt was stopped by police. he was taped to a moving car. oakland police stopped the man and the driver for multiple traffic violations. a last-minute move to avoid commute chaos for tomorrow night's u two show at levi's stadium. for a while it appeared there
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would be no light rail trains after 10 p.m. the vta has been in a battle with curfewed trains. they now will keep the trains running late to get the fans home. but there's still the question who will pay. more snow in the sierra. another dusting fell above 5,000 feet. >> the latest snow we have seen in the sierra since the year 2011. snow right now. snow showers in 11,000 feet in elevation. let's keep the party
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going for 11 or 12 days before the memorial day weekend. we are cloudy outside. santa rosa 70. most of the bay area breezy and rainy and didn't feel like mid spring. fremont 62. san francisco 59. the boys of summer are playing in the chill tonight. let's take two in a row versus the dodgers. breezy chilly, mostly cloudy. 54 degrees. boy, will it be different as we head toward the weekend. leaving is a broad area of low pressure which has been parked somewhere close to seattle for the past week. that's been the engine that's been firing up the onshore flow. sunny and chilly. today cloudy and chilly. but once all of that moves out, here comes a ridge of high pressure which will move in and change the wind direction and really begin to warm up the atmosphere and you will notice the difference tomorrow but much more so this week. tonight still cloudy, breezy and chilly but with the cloud cover a couple of degrees
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milder than the past couple of days. napa tonight 49. we'll be milder tomorrow with sunshine and less wind. even though the temperatures are only going up about 5 to 7 degrees it may feel 15 degrees warmer outside because you won't have the winds from the ocean and you will have the sunshine. mountain view 71. santa rosa and napa low 70s. oakland 68. and here comes the toasty stuff. by later in the week as the winds go offshore, cutting off the ocean influence, we'll be in the 70s near the bay starting friday. upper 70s over the weekend. mid- to upper 60s at the beach but the low 90s for four straight days starting saturday away from the water. so gone is the cold and here comes the hot. back to you guys. >> thank you. more like t thanks, paul. red flags before the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. video evidence that police knew of illegal activity years before. and the new target of a lawsuit. >> i'm dennis o'donnell at oracle where the warriors have a head coach tonight. and that's good news. because he was almost arrested today. that story coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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so i'm coming out to the warriors game today and minding my own business when all of a sudden 8 motorcycle cops pull up behind me screaming and sirens going telling me to pull over. i pull over and here comes the spurs bus, right alongside so they can get here in time. i got lucky. no tickets, no problems. same cannot be said for warriors coach mike brown. so i literally start to go and i'm going to get in the far left lane. right? to go through where we all go through. and a cop out of nowhere pulls in front of me and goes, damn you, stop! [ laughter ] i'm like? warriors acting coach. [ laughter ] he is like, i don't care! hey, you, stop!! i start scooting forward and then the suv -- an suv pulls up beeping. i hear them over the loudspeaker, hey, you, in the range rover, stop! right now! you heard the officer, stop! so i got scared i was like i
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got five cops around me. [ laughter ] so i just stopped. i said i'm just trying to get to the game. i'm late. [ laughter ] so i let the bus go and the 18 cops, and i'm going around behind the bus. and i get this phone call. gregg popovich, san antonio spurs. [ laughter ] so i answer the phone. and pop is dying. [ laughter ] i said, pop, i said, this is my own building! he goes, i know. i died laughing! [ laughter ]gentleman something every somebody's get to teach him if the california highway patrol tells you to move over you move over. he didn't do that. i said pop, this is my own building! he goes, i know, if i was you i died laughing! [ laughter ] laugh >> reporter: colin kaepernick could be close to finally finding a new nfl home. how about it? 49er fans you're going to see him. pete carroll says seattle is interested in signing kaepernick to be their backup quarter and seahawks defensive
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end michael bennett would welcome the former 49er with open arms. >> i think he would be great in the locker room. i don't know why he wouldn't. we all talk about the same issues. just that he has the courage to be able to step up. give the opportunity to be on my team would be really cool. our team is built around community so this is a perfect place for him. >> reporter: maria sharapova was denied a wild card entry into the french open to "protect the game." she returned to action last month after serving 15 months suspension for doping. good night, that is a hugeficial! -- that is a huge fish! >> and tonight catch of the day goes to 12-year-old justin wheeler of livermore. justin, i think, i saw several pictures that his dad sent in. i think he had the entire lake mcclure to himself. and this is his first
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largemouth bass. at lake mcclure. do you think you can do better? send us your fishing pictures to by the way, justin, tell your dad to invest in a scale. we place a premium on how big that fish weighs. that's it from oracle. no tickets for dennis o'donnell today. guys, back to you. >> that's a good thing. [ laughter ] >> all right. thank you. coming up in our next half- hour, the white house denying it tried to shut down an fbi investigation. details of a bombshell memo from fired director james comey. the claims president trump pressured him to end a probe into michael flynn. >> how much is too much caffeine. a sudden-death prompting a warning to parents. >> the bay area company playing a key role hunting down the hackers behind a massive global cyber attack. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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president trump asked james comey to stop his investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. is live the white house is back on the defensive. the latest charge? president trump allegedly asked james comey to stop his investigation into former
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national security adviser michael flynn. mola lenghi reports from washington. >> reporter: allen, sources familiar with this situation tell cbs news that james comey left his paper trail because he is a careful attorney a careful lawyer who knew he had to be extra careful with this particular investigation. a senior law enforcement source tells cbs news that president trump pressured former fbi director james comey to drop his investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. comey wrote up a memo first reported in the "new york times" quoting the president saying, i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go. he is a good guy. a senior white house official denied that account saying the president never asked mr. comey or anyone else to end any investigation including any investigation involving general flynn. some lawmakers want comey to testify. >> either way he needs to come back before the congress and i think share with the public what conversations he had with the president that may bear on whether there was any effort to obstruct the investigation or impede it in any way. >> reporter: president trump
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also dismissed questions about reports that he shared classified information with russian officials during their visit at the white house last week. >> we had a very, very successful meeting. >> reporter: the president's national security adviser said the information discussed had already been reported. >> it is wholly appropriate for the president to share whatever information he thinks is necessary to advance the security of the american people. >> reporter: the president has broad authority to disclose classified information. the concern here was over what he said and whether it may have compromised a sensitive intelligence source. some lawmakers fear the president's disclosure may have damaged national security. >> the only thing i would tell the president is if you feel like you need to share something with the russians go through the system because i don't trust the russians. >> reporter: democrats are calling on the white house to make the transcript of the meeting available to them immediately. the white house says it is the leaks not the president's actions or his missteps, according to his critics, but these white house leaks that are causing the most damage to
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the country and that's certainly a sentiment that the president himself has echoed many times over the last few months. >> molela, a lot of critics but it's not just the democrats who want to get copies of comey's memos, right? >> reporter: republicans are also calling for this, as well. lindsey graham wants james comey to testify. all of this stemming from this drama as mitch mcconnell described it that's coming out of the white house. mr. mcconnell suggested that the white house needs to stop with some of the drama. >> thank you. mola lenghi, thank you live from washington. new evidence that oakland police knew of the illegal activity inside the ghost ship warehouse before last year's deadly fire. ken bastida following some developments. >> reporter: today lawyers announced that they are consolidating claims of more
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than a dozen families who lost a loved one in the ghost ship fire to a single lawsuit. at the same time, a video has now surfaced of an encounter between tenant derick almena and police two years before the deadly december fire. >> this is where you work right here, right? >> yeah, we're a cooperative. >> police body cameras show almena what he believes was an arson fire set outside the warehouse in september of 2014. he tells the officer he only works at the warehouse even though he says he was having coffee inside at 7 a.m. and a friend was showering. the officer never asks if the men are living there. almena admits they have been building sets for an event at the warehouse. >> we are working all night. we have, like, a benefit on saturday. >> reporter: the officer doesn't ask whether he has the legally required permits and the officer doesn't go look inside even after almena
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encourages him to see all the antiques that he has stored. he is one of a dozen defendants being sued due to the fire that killed 36 people. pg&e is added to the list of defendants. standing with the legal team, the mother of victim cash askew. >> i would just like to see something be done. obviously, we are all beyond heartbroken. but this is my only child. people's 22-year-old children shouldn't be dying because they went to listen to music. >> investigators have not released any findings on the cause of the fire but the building's electrical system is being looked at. meanwhile, pg&e released a statement saying: his location or the adjacent p s. right now, 18 fa f vistims have the suit... lawyers say they expect remainder will join before next months deadline. veronica? right now, 18 families of the
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victims have joined the lawsuit but lawyers say again they expect the remainder will join before next month's deadline. veronica. >> thank you, ken. last week they convicted him, now the sierra lamar jury will decide whether or not antolin garcia-torres will be sentenced to death. today the prosecutor told the jury that death is the only appropriate sentence. the defense argued for life in prison without parole. the only other option. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez was in court when three of sierra's high school friends gave emotional testimony. >> reporter: the vibe inside the courtroom changed when sierra's three friends came to testify one after the other. the jury was sitting up and looking even laughing when the friends were describing some of the goofy times they shared as girls. some of the times they went to the mall, mcdonald's for snacks. we learned that sierra was very fond of bubblegum and shamrock shakes but then things turned in an instant when the girls described learning that sierra was missing how they tried to
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text and call her incessantly but there was no answer. the jurors at that time why solemn, the girls crying. >> more witnesses will be called to help the jury decide on the penalty including sierra's parents and the mother of garcia-torres. a fugitive and convicted murderer from washington state is behind bars in the bay area. arrested at a bart station. bart police arrested joshua robinson at the bay fair station early today for possession of meth and possession of marijuana for sale. he was identified through fingerprints and learned he had three outstanding warrants from washington state. robinson is being held at the santa rita jail. real life pirates taking aim at disney. the threat to release an upcoming blockbuster. >> a teenager dies suddenly after overdosing on caffeine. now it's raising the question, how much is too much? ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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they reportedly got a hold of the new pirates of the
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carribbean movie.. and are demanding bitcoin from exchange for it. but disn aying hackers claim to be holding a disney movie for ransom. they got the "pirates of the caribbean" movie and are demanding bitcoin from disney in exchanges for it is. but disney won't pay and it's working with the fbi to track down the movie. right now hackers are doing a lot of damage worldwide. but as kpix 5's melissa caen reports, there's a bay area company that's tracking the hacks and has some tips for handling hackers. >> then it looks for all the other computers that are nearby that it can find and starts scanning and locating them. when it finds one, it tests to see if it has this problem. and if it does, it copies itself on to that computer. and that computer and that computer. >> reporter: since friday, hundreds of thousands of computers have been hacked by the "wannacry" virus. gregory clark is the ceo of symantec a bay area cyber security company. he says it all starts with an
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innocent mistake. >> sometimes it's a email where someone says hey, i mailed you a spreadsheet. it's encrypted. type in this password. so then you type the password in it says run. you press run and then that code runs on your machine. >> reporter: once it's in, it encrypts a person's file turning it into gibberish. to turn it back, hackers demand about $300 in bitcoin but the total amount collected by the hackers is less than you might think. >> so we think that the number is somewhere sub $100,000. and, um, you know, primarily because there's some problems in the actual malware itself in getting that done. >> reporter: the last rutgers group is -- lazarus group is a hacker gang with ties to north korea. they discovered the signatures in the "wannacry" code. >> some fragments or snippets or pieces of the technology were definitely linked to a lazarus group who were implicated in the 80 plus
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million dollars that was taken in a bank heist in bangladesh and the sony pictures thing which has a tie to north korea. >> reporter: clark points out that the evidence so far is inconclusive. it could be fake. >> maybe it's like a bank robber that puts on a fake set of gloves with fingerprints on it leaves fingerprints around to frame someone else. that's definitely a thesis. >> reporter: if you get hacked, don't pay the ransom. >> just like in this case paying the ransom, you may not get your files unlocked. and they may just -- you never hear from them again. >> reporter: if you haven't yet been hacked. >> stop what you're doing and patch this vulnerability. make sure your detection technologies are up to scratch. go do that and then come back and turn the tv back on. >> reporter: in the newsroom, melissa caen, kpix 5. candy with a kick. the state moves to crack down on edible marijuana that may look too appealing to children. >> it is time to put an all- points bulletin out for the majority of the golden gate
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bridge because we have lost it to the fog! it's drizzly, it is breezy and just kind of not summer-like or spring-like outside. we're losing the bay bridges, we're losing all our bridges. we'll talk about when we get them back with 90-degree weather coming up. who are these people?
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a large soda, a latte, and an energy drink. reporter tony dokoupil with the parents' warning to others. a caffeine binge turns deadly. a san francisco-year-old dies after drinking a large soda, latte and sport drink. >> reporter: he found his rhythm playing the drugs. >> he was a great kid. he didn't get mixed up in the wrong things. he loved music. worry about their safety, health, especially once they start driving. but it wasn't a car crash that took his life. instead, it was an energy drink. >> reporter: the 16-year-old collapsed during class last month and died at a hospital. while his initial autopsy required more testing, richland county coroner gary watts said davis consumed a large soft drink, a latte, and then an
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energy drink in less than two hours. bringing on what he calls a cardiac event. >> these drinks, this amount of caffeine, suggested can have dire consequences and that's what happened in this case. >> now it when it happens. you start to feel dizzy. you can feel it in your chest. >> reporter: cbs news medical contributor says energy drinks send more than 20,000 people to the emergency room annually. >> it's not just caffeine. it's the other stimulants in there. and a cup of coffee you may have over 45 minutes or 60 minutes. these energy drinks you're having all at once. and so all the caffeine gets peaked in the body and bad things happen. >> reporter: sean says the tragic way his son died could be someone else's lifesaver. parents, please, talk to your kids about the dangers of these energy drinks. >> reporter: cbs news, new york. >> there's a new push to ban
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pot candy. some doctors say they are seeing too many kids in the emergency room after eating it. state lawmakers say it's getting into younger users sometimes accidentally. a few dispensaries have made packaging childproof. but those opposed to pot candy say that's not enough. >> young children from the age of 2 to teens who mistakenly ingest thinks they think are gummi bears, lifesavers or chocolate bars and get intoxicated. >> when proposition 64 passed, it was for adult use. and let's make sure it's for adults. >> the he had i believe so passed the assembling and now -- edibles bill passed the assembly and now goes to the legislature. a tornado west of oakland. we are seeing homes other buildings that were damaged. storms rolled through this evening and initial reports say there's significant damage to these buildings. in fact, some people are reportedly trapped. others are injured. ♪[ music ] this is the heart of
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tornado season in the heart of the tornado alley. we have had 18 reports of tornadoes in the panhandle of texas, western half of oklahoma into southwestern kansas. each individual storm has the potential to be a tornadic thunderstorm. they will be bearing down on oklahoma city and norman, oakland, over the next couple of hours. why don't we get major tornadoes here? we don't get that bite in the atmosphere between the super warm and humid air from the gulf of mexico duking it out with the cold canadian air. our battles in the atmosphere are a little more tame. that's why we get few if any tornadoes in and around the bay area. somewhere off in the distance behind the cloud cover is the city of san francisco. we have a boundary moving through cloudy for the bay area, breezy drizzly and chilly. livermore only 59 degrees. san jose 61. concord 62. san francisco foggy and 55 degrees. tonight the atmosphere begins to calm down. the front will move through skies will clear. and lows will be in the low 50s.
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sunrise early at 5:57 tomorrow. two changes happening. one is this broad area of low pressure which has been the catalyst for the onshore flow. the ocean is still running at 49 degrees. that hasn't mattered in the past week. that's where our source is coming from. it will matter less when the low moves out and the ridge moves in. the wind direction changes. the ocean temperature will not move much. the wind direction west to north will eliminate and minimize the ocean influence for the most of the bay area. san jose tomorrow the result is sunshine. sunshine is back tomorrow. much less wind. temperatures still below average upper 60s, low 70s. but with that less wind and more sunshine is going to feel 10 tore 15 degrees warmer then the ridge gets closer and we go from a west wind to a north wind to eventually a northeast wind which is an offshore wind which allows things to get warm to who. saturday and sunday will likely be two of the warmest days we have seen over the past couple of weeks with pendulums going from cold to warm to hot this weekend. tomorrow it will feel warmer.
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much warmer thursday into next week. temperatures will climb into the 80s and 90s. tomorrow we are still below average. concord should be at 76. sunshine tomorrow 71. santa clara, 70. redwood city 69 degrees. hayward 66. it will be sunny with less wind in danville high of 70. antioch 73. benicia, martinez, vallejo, american canyon low 70s. south city and san francisco around 63 for a high. kentfield, corte madera about 0. snow, bass poll, around:0. kentfield, corte madera about 70. sonoma, sebastopol around 70. hot inland and comfortable near the bay 70s near the water into next week. more comfortable weather is coming up with sunshine. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today. trump... do you think he should be impeached for the latest developments involving james co tweeti me - coming up at 10:00 on nightbeat we're talking about president trump. do you think earned be impeached for the latest developments? robots are now rolling around the u-c berkeley campus... to deliver dinner and treats to hungry college students. and as reports.. so robots are now rolling around the uc-berkeley campus to deliver dinner and treats to hungry college students. >> as kpix 5's john ramos
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reports the goal is to save time and money. >> reporter: they say the wheels of progress turn slowly. and for now, in berkeley, they are sticking to the sidewalk. introducing kiwi campus. a new company that uses small robots to pick up food from telegraph avenue restaurants and deliver it to people in a 1 1/2 square mile area of the uc- berkeley campus. the idea was born when felipe chavez ordered a $10 burrito and paid another $10 to deliver it. >> it was shocking! so there should be a way that we can actually get things on demand that we don't have to pay double or triple. >> reporter: the colombian born entrepreneur put together a design team to create the kiwi bot. it's basically a picnic basket on a radio controlled car. but the iphone on top is relaying camera information to a computer inside that is
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actually teaching the robot how to navigate the neighborhood. we have to make a little flip to make him to learn how to do it. >> reporter: it's not easy. the bots have small wheels and can't always handle the uneven sidewalk. so the prosecutors stay close by. but the idea is to one day make them totally autonomous and the team believes within 10 years, these sidewalks will be full of robots making deliveries. >> it's not just it, including mail, everything. it's going to be made by robots. yeah? that's going to happen. it's something that we can't avoid. and you want to be part of that. >> reporter: right now, they seem more like toys. but they are attracting a lot of attention. so look closely. because this may be a glimpse of tomorrow. the future is coming. and it's bringing burritos. in berkeley, john ramos, kpix 5. >> the robots are taking over. ♪[ music ] ,,,,,,,,,,
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businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and... businessman 1: yea, yea, know what i'm craving right now? businessman 1: (over speaker) --guacamole and bacon. audio tech: we got a craving! go go go!!! music: crashing cravings in the crave van. jack's gonna crash your crave! jack: hey guys, try my guacamole and bacon chicken sandwich with all white meat chicken, guacamole and pepperjack cheese. businessman 1: thanks jack.... wait. we're on the 18th floor. how did you get here? jack: hard work. jack vo: you crave it, we serve it. try my new guacamole and bacon chicken sandwich. music: crave van!
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: sure. appreciate you all. thank you all. thank you, folks. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. [cheering and applause] we've got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their second day, from shippensburg, pennsylvania, it's the shamshudin family. [cheering and applause] [laughing] and from houston, texas, it's the gibson family. [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash, and somebody might drive out of here in a brand-new car. [cheering and applause]
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let's go meet the gibson family. [cheering and applause] miss melinda, how you doing? melinda: i'm doing great. i've just met you and i'm just gonna faint right now. steve: yes, ma'am. melinda: yes, i am. steve: you sure got some pretty eyes, miss melinda. melinda: well, thank you. so do you, steve. [laughter] steve: oh, this is going too fast. yes. miss melinda, what do you do? melinda: i'm a retired teacher, and my husband is also retired, so we stay home and make out a ton. [laughter, cheering and applause] beep beep beep. steve: you don't want to hear that, do you? val: i know it happened at least twice, steve, but it still makes me kind of ummph right here. steve: kind val: yeah, it's kind of...yeah. steve: that ain't your mom, is it, val? val: it is. steve: yeah, we don't want to hear about that from our mama, man. it just don't ever set well


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