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emily? >> reporter: the district attorney says both of the men charged knew the ghost ship wasn't to be lived in and wasn't safe. the owner of the building didn't know those things and therefore is not being charged. the converted warehouse went up in flames six months ago, and today the deaths of 36 people killed in the ghost ship fire will be charged to these two men. derick almena, the master tenant who rented the space out to artists, and max harris, the self-proclaimed warlord of the ghost ship, both face 36 involuntary manslaughter charges. >> they created the high-risk of death, a reasonable person would have known that acting in that way would create such a risk and their actions were so different from the way an ordinary person would conduct himself or herself in the same situation. that their actions amount to disregard for human life. >> reporter: the district attorney said they deceived the police, the fire department, and
the building owners by allowing people to live there. that they illegally held unpermitted events with large groups of people and on the night of the fire, the da says, the men purposefully blocked one of the exits from the second story, leaving the only way out a staircase of highly flammable pallets. >> the nearly impossible labyrinth of the defendant's making to get out of that building. eric name and harris's actions were-- thaegs their actions were reckless. >> the family of the 36 victims have been waiting for, and got the news this morning. >> the parents are very emotional when they heard the news. they have been waiting for it, and now when it finally happened, there is a sense of relief that something is being done. >> reporter: they want more, the attorney from 11 of the victims' families says they want criminal charges filed against the
property owners. the district attorney says her investigation is done, though. and no more chargeerize pending. -- charges are pending. those families will have to get justice in other ways, which their attorney says already has begun. >> hope that there will be justice through not only the criminal system, but also the civil system, and the civil courts, they have already filed cases. >> reporter: derick almena's attorney was not available to go on camera today but he did send a statement saying "this is a miscarriage of justice," saying his client is used as a cape goat and they plan to fight vigorously on his behalf in court. live in oakland, emily turner, kpix 5. >> immediately after the fire, derick almena was scorned for remarks he posted on social media, at the time the father of three posted "everything i worked so hard for is gone." he wrote his family was safe without mentioning the three dozen deaths, derick almena said
he didn't know people had died, later. >> i leave my three children down there every night, this is not profit. this is loss, a mass grave. i am only here to say i am incredibly sorry. >> after the fire derick almena moved to upper lake in lake county, max harris has described himself as both the warlord and creative director of the ghost ship. he helped set up the parter under way when the fire broke out and spoke a few days after about who should take responsibility. >> ultimately it should fall on, you know, the property holder. i mean, they are the ones that gave us the space with messed up electricity, no sprinkler system, with, you know, no means of really addressing any of these grievances in a way that would solve anything. >> reporter: harris ran a tattoo shop in the ghost ship and said he sometimes collected rent from other tenants when derick almena was away. layer libby said "they sent
a clear message, you won't get away with making a profit by cramming people into dangerous spaces or failing to maintain safe living conditions." along side to way on this, phil, the city has taken a lot of heat over this building for not making sure it was safe. we had reports of firefighters, inpectors went by, nothing really resulted. >> it was-- half a block away from a fire house. >> yeah. >> police had been in there. in the wake of that deadly fire and the revelation there hadn't been rors of the building being inspected by the fire department. oakland mayor, libby, called for a top down review of the entire fire department's inspection bureau. >> this fire has been a devastating tragedy. but it would be another tragedy if we did not learn lessons and take this opportunity to make decisive and immediate steps to improve our
system and to make our residents safe. >> one of the issues was understaffing at the bureau, and had mayor reiterated the plan for reform and staffing up the fire department following revelations that firefighters' warnings were ignored in the weeks leading up to the deadly blaze at a half way house on san pablo avenue that killed four people and left 100 homeless. in the wake of the ghost ship fire, the oakland fire chief who had over seen the lack of enforcement and understaffing in the bureau went on leave. she then returned and retired in march, just weeks before the second deadly fire. so where are we today? well, new protocols are being worked out, still waiting for 7 new inspectors to be hired and the search for the chief? that is on as well. >> six months and no chief. >> yeah. >> that is right. that is right. and also, the protocols and where to go from here, some of this can be chalkd to it take as long time to get things done, but this amount of time? raising questions on top of
this. >> lot of criticism. thank you. >> thank you. there are several ideas floating around about what to do with essentially what is a shell of this warehouse now, for now it is actually technically still a crime scene, but kpix 5's wilson walker tells us it could eventually become something useful for the community. >> the legal issues, the legal actions will continue for a good period of time. but at the same time, we have a facility there that is considered a blank. >> reporter: council member noah is happy to see prosecutors moving forward with the ghost ship case but says neighborerize hoping to move forward with the site itself. >> the neighborhood has come forward, the artist community in that area, the jingle town artists and others have come forward and want to be able to establish a memorial, an art istic memorial presence of what the tragedy that occurred, not only to memorialize it, but
create it into art istic center. >> reporter: for now planvise to wait. >> the direction is don't touch or move anything until a lot of the legal cases get solved. >> reporter: along with that proposed art center, other ideainizeclude a mag-- ideas include a magnet school, and housing. >> housing is a great demand, certainly the properties around that facility are being looked at for housing. but with the understanding that the memorial for the ghost ship will be included. >> there is talk oakland may hold a new memorial for the victims at the ghost ship fire, the ceremony happen during the day of the dead festival at fruit vail village in october. a santa clara county juror decided unanimously to sparesia name's killer to-- to spare
sierra lamar's killer to death. they recommended sentencing antolin garcia-torres to life in prison without the possibility of parole. dna evidence linged him to 15-year-old sierra's disappearance in 2012 but her body has never been found. for her parents, the sentencing recommendation brought a mix of relief and disappointment. >> i feel at peace that he will not be on the streets and harm another child. but the angst will be in our lives forever. nothing will ever take that away. >> he will be able to live, sierra won't. he will be able to breathe, sierra doesn't. his family doesn't grieve, we will grieve for the rest of our lives. >> the jury's decision is not final. a judge will ultimately decide whether to uphold it. a court system shake up in the east bay, it could mean serious travel time for people who need legal services in alameda county. the county says operations at two court houses in oakland are being moved to a brand new court
house in dublin. kpix 5's susie stemiel has more. >> reporter: a fight for justice outside the courtroom. >> we need to be fiscally responsible and fiscally accountable. >> i think some people believe it is a done deal, but we are fighting it. >> reporter: public defender, brenden woods, and court ceo chad finky are at odds over moving first-time court appearances for suspects who cannot afford to post bail from oakland, nearly 30 miles southeast to the brand new court house in dublin. wood argues this is apitally of social injustice for low income suspects. >> if you have the means and resources, you are treated differently. you have a different level of just that applies to you. this move to dublin pilites and impacts it. >> reporter:-- highlights and impacts it. >> reporter: saying they might not be able to trek from oakland to dublin. >> when family members aren't there to help us get out of
custody, they stay in longer. >> i think it is absolutely necessary. >> reporter: he says the court house was built to take some strain off the already overwhelmed county court sism. -- system. he adds most in custody suspects are already in jail. the county pays to treat those suspects back and pacific northwest for those appearances. >> i think it would be difficult to explain why do you have this brand new criminal court house right across the jail and not doing arraignments in it? >> custody rates will go up, a lot more expensive than gas money to drive from dublin to oakland. >> reporter: brenden woods says his office is working closely with the aclu to see if any legal action can be taken to force the court to reverse its decision. in dublin, susie stemiel, kpix 5. >> the court does plan to offer a free shuttle service from the oakland bart station to dublin for family members hoping to attend arraignment hearings. san francisco keeps pumping
money into its homeless problems, but the tents and camperize still thriving on the streets, is another $30 million a wise use of funds? from america's dad to defendant, bill cosby's tv family shows up to support him on the first day of his sexual assault trial. putting siri in a speaker, apple comes out with a new way to control your home. what makes this different from the competition. blue sky, all throughout the bay area today. temperatures running above average as well, up to 10 degrees above average. the beach is looking good. coming up, which day we will barely get out of the 60s anywhere in the bay area and which day it is going to rain, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, who are these people?
turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. new at 6:00, cal tran's road crews making a grim discovery this afternoon. they found the body of motorcyclist in a marsh near vallejo, a mowing crew discoverd the man and his harley davidson submerged in the water, they believe he had been there for quite a while because of the way the vegetation had grown around the body. still slow going this evening on westbound highway 24 near the tunnel. a car with engine trouble burst into flames about 1:00 this afternoon, the driver got out okay, but photos show how that
car was engulfed on the shoulder and that was just the start of this problem. the dry brush along the freeway caught fire, it ran up the hill as the car was still smoldering. firefighters had to turn their attention to the hill side. chopper 5, you can see just how much of that hill side was left charred. crews relied on water drops from helicopters to help contain the flames. in all, 25 acres burned. crews plan to reopen the blocked lanes after 7:00 p.m. new at 6:00, san francisco mayor ed lee wants to pump $30 million into the city's homeless budget. >> critics are saying all you have to do is look around to see that throwing more money at the problem won't really solve it. will it, phil? >> no, it is interesting and you don't have to look too far, we took a walk down main streets of san francisco and here is what we found. broad daylight, downtown san francisco, far from the tent
encampments under freeway over passes and alley ways. we took a one-block walk in the heart of the city's tourist and shopping district. after spending $280 million last year on homelessness, this is what we found. the beggars, the passed out. where you sleeping tonight? >> oh-- >> reporter: the walking ghost, so mentally impaired they barely know where they are, and some, you may not even notice, just down the street at civic center, addicts openly shoot up drugs outside the library as kids walk by. it is all too much for san francisco supervisor, jeff. >> people are feeling like things have been getting worse. >> reporter: do people feel like the city is spending the money wisely? >> i don't think so. >> reporter: mayor lee is calling for yet another $30 million to be spent for more shelt ers and 40 more psychiatric beds at san francisco general hospital. bringing the total homeless spending next year to $310 million. that is twice what the city
spends on libraries and 90 million more than the city spent on parks and recreation. but mayor lee knows it will take more than money. >> we need facilities, lets not do this false librism and let people do what they want, have judges and the criminal justice system change a little so we can get people that can't make a decision. >> reporter: somebody shooting up on the sidewalk, and there is a cop there and that cop is not doing anything. that is the message. >> we have to help people get in the right situations, i am never going to call in enforcement but i will-- apparent enforcement but it is our willingness to be compassionate and help people make the right decision. >> reporter: what does that mean on the street? >> i called for homeless out reach teams, they would go up to folk s, say can we offer services? they say no, then they walk away. people are still on the street. >> reporter: there in lies the rug for programs to work, we
treat homelessness as a health issue, mental health issue, it is not criminal to sleep thon sidewalks or otherwise break laws, it is health issue, so it is up to the patient to decide if they need care. mayor lee wants to change that a bit, he wants to bring it to the justice system, take them to court and say possibly, you need to be committed. that is going to be one of the biggest chalgss he will-- challenges he will face in his final two years of mayor if he goes along with it. >> thank you, phil. i don't know about you, but it was hot, when i was driving in. i needed the ac. >> very summery. >> yes. >> this is too hot for you? there is cooler weather coming, like 30 degrees cooler by the end of the week. mother nature, like, whoa, shut it down, didn't need this much. by the end of this week we will likely not even hit 70 majority of the bay area. today we had 90s, 80s, 70s, 60s, and 50s. try that, rest of america, you
can't do it. we can. concord, 90 degrees, san jose, 81. san francisco, 68. half moon bay, 59. a 31-degree temperature spread on a warm monday, warm away from the water. baseball tonight, the first pitch tonight for the a's, hopefully many more there after. 7:05, first pitch and temperature will be 62 degrees under clear skies. here is the set up in the atmosphere. this is something that i would show you very often in february or march in approaching storm system, which will dig south, make it in the northern california, giving us a chance for rainfall. one caveat, the first week of june, not supposed to happen, lat least not that often. digging way farther south than storms typically do and give us in the bay area a rain chance by the end of this week. not tonight, but fog will return to the coastline tonight. overnight low temperatures will be upper 40s to low 50s, where we should be this time of year. fremont, 52 degrees, concord, 54. redwood city, 53. fog for pacifica and half moon
bay. san mateo coastline, low of 50. sunshine and mild tomorrow. the cool down begins tomorrow as return of onshore flow, not as warm evenenland. concord, 79. 11 degrees cooler. vallejo, 78. san francisco, 64. pacifica, only 58 degrees and rain, when? the answer is thursday. how much? depend wheres you live. south bay only a couple of drops, 2/100 inch. north of golden gate, santa rosa, 1/6 inch of rainfall. mendocino county e more than half inch of rain. rain, minimum, rain showers moving thursday. look behind that weather maker, much cooler air. most of the afternoon, friday and saturday, even inland, spent in the 60s. barely into the 60s near the bay. even with sunshine. next weekend we get a little warmer, but not that much. today, by far, the warmest day we will have for at least the next week. >> all right. thank you, paul. a melt down over a
the warriors land in cleveland about three hours from right now. they own a commanding 2-0 series lead. the trilogy series even has the media asking questions in three's. >> what would be the three words to describe-- >> three words? word limit on your story? we just play smart, um, aggressive, and with joy.
that is four words. >> smart and aggressive, joy, i leak it. durant ask the warriors took off earlier and defied everybody ready to crown them after seeing the first two games, golden state knowathize cavs aren't going to throw in the towel. >> easy to let your guard down, human nature, everybody in the world, it is over, it is over. it is not over. >> guys that were here last year understand that, you know, the hardest thing to do is try to close down the series when we have two more games to go. >> steve kerr returned after missing 11 games, although hard to tell if his absence had any real impact. >> do you think it was a distraction during that time for them? >> apparently not a distraction. we have not lost. no. that is a good indication that it was not a distraction. what is our record now without
me? like 812 and 6 or something? >> lebron and the caverize heading home 2-0 down for the second yearane row. if james didn't need reminder his team needs to win at least one game in cleveland, to extend the series. >> defend home court at this point? >> um, well, i mean, are you a smart guy? i think so, right? we don't defend home court, what happens? >> yeah, i know, that is what i am saying. >> i am asking you. >> you are looking at getting swept. >> all right. so, that answers your question. >> going after lebron. the 4 ninesers agree to a deal with 5 time probowler, ellis, to help with the pass rush, the 33-year-old has 99 sacks in 10 seasons, split between the broncos and ravens, he was teammates in denver with john lynch. been around a while. >> good night. that is a huge fish. our catch of the day, look
at this little guy with that big-- makes me jealous. that is ethan mareose, his grandpa cept us the picture of ethan-- sent us the picture of ethan with 6'-pound bass in pleasanton, home of roberta gonzalez and jewel yet goodrich. do you think you can do better? >> no. >> with the marlin. >> not at all. >> send us your pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org. >> warriors, you heard these guys say the series isn't over. what do you think? >> the warriorvise a better team than-- warriors have a better team than last year, cavs, worse. no question, i am saying sweep for three weeks now. >> i agree. >> this is why ken should have his own facebook live show. >> i agree. i agree. >> stop. >> as long as-- >> my own fishing show from the looks of it. >> thanks. >> thank you, dennis. coming up, the faces behind
the terror in london. our first look at two ov the men behind-- of two of the men behind the attack of the london bridge, and how northern california tireests were in a viral video. first day of bill cosby's sexual assault trial, and the show of support from his tv daughter. apple wants to bring siri into your living room, how the home pod stacks up in the smart fecer race.
british police named two of the 3 men who carried out a deadly terror attack in central london. live from london with the latest on the attackers, a memorial for the victims. >> reporter: a lot this is a fast of-moving investigation, a lot of raids and searches we have seen in the last two days have taken place in east london, and that is where police say at least two of the three attackers had lived. scotland yard publicly identified two of the suspects in saturday's terror attack. 27-year-old khuram butt is a british citizen born in pakistan. he was known to intelligence agencies but not considered a
threat. investigators say rachid redouane may be mor ocen or libyan. security is noticeably tighter on the streets of london, many determined to adhere to "keep calm and carry on." >> they had no effect on me, but, except for sheer emotion of the horror of it all. >> reporter: the incident was the third terrorist attack in the uk since march. rather than fear, what many here have expressed is anger. >> london stands in defiance against this cowardly attack. >> reporter: this evening crowds gathered for a memorial here at a park in london, just a short walk away from where the past weekend tragedy happened. so far only one victim officially has been named, canadian chrisy archaval with with her fiancee when runed down on london bridge. unlike tonight, saturday night was beautiful, a clear night, lots of people out all
along the corridor of restaurants and pubs. tourists and residents alike, people from around the world. the victims came from around the world, including two americans, one still in critical condition. prime minister theresa may saying this was not just an attack on london, and the uk, but an attack on the entire free world. live from london, veronica, back to you. >> we appreciate it. thank you. four sacramento area men were in the midst of the chaos there in london. they are seen right here in the background of the now famous photo of a man fleeing from the attack with a pint of beer in his hand. a mom who recognized one of had men as her son said she hoped the attack would cut his trip short. but the friends are continuing their trip through europe. president trump is using the london attack s to defend his proposed travel ban. on six majority muslim countries, he fired off a flurry of tweets this morning saying he needs the "watered down version
of his executive order approved quickly." and that he waurnts to make it-- wants to make it tougher than it is. the justice department urged the u.s. supreme court to reinstate the revised order. its lawyervise made a point of-- lawyers have made a point of not calling it a travel ban. the president's tweetinize cysting that it is-- tweets insisting that it is could undermine their legal argument. mr. conway saying these tweets make some people feel better but won't help the office of the solicitor general, five votes on the supreme court, which is what actually matters. sad. it is headed to the u.s. supreme court where those suing are expected to file their legal briefs next week. on a separate issue, the president will not try to stop former fbi director james comey from testifying publicly. comey is scheduled to appear at a senate intelligence committee hearing thursday and today the white house said the president
will not try to block that by asserting executive privilege. disgruntled former employee being blamed for killing five people in florida. orlando police say john robert neumann went on a shooting rampage this morning at an rd accessory business, fired in april after allegedly assaulting a co-worker. the sheriff said neumann targeted hivictims. >>-- his victims. >> we have information that at least one of them he had a negative relationship with, but he was certainly singling out the individuals that he shot. >> mr. neumann then killed himself. he had a history of run in's with the law dating back 20 years. bill causey sexual salt trial got under-- cosby sexual assault trial got under way today, his tv daughter, keshia
knight pulliam accompanied him. one testified that after cosby insisted she take a drug, she woke up in bed with cosby undressed. >> the legal tleer y is bill cosby gave her three blue pills that left her incapacitateed and because she was incapacitated there is no way she could have consentd to the sexual acts that followed. >> the trial is expected to last two weeks, if convicted cosby faces up to 10 years in prison. the crazy, fast food brawl caught on camera, how a fight over a chicken mcnugget got so out of control. and google street mapping cars can now tell you how bad the pollution is in your neighborhood.
apple is putting siri into a home speaker. apple see as whole new role for the virtual assistant. kpix 5's kiet do has the story. >> reporter: you could make a strong case that the show stealer at the key note is the so-called home pod, if you believe apple, this is not your grandfather's music speaker. it features an array of high frequency speakers on the base, surrounding a 4-inch subwufer pointed upward. it has what apple calls spatial awareness, detects the shape of room and directs vocals and instrument in the p room. >> the audio and speakers are now not really made to great zone, apple takes this up a notch. to be really fair, it is a sound system first that just happens to have siri.
>> reporter: tech analyst, tim, says for now it is not a direct competitor to the amazon echo. >> this is not an echo killer? >> i wouldn't call it that, again, even though it does what echo does, it is designed really as a powerful room speaker. >> reporter: for ipad lovers, this is a big deal. apple has updpraded the ioa and added where you can drag and drop single or multiple fileinize to folders, make-- fills into folders, making it more like desk top. >> it suggests apple is giving more love to the ipad and making it more productive, productivity as well as consumer products. >> reporter: so the drag and drop functionality for the ipad is available to developers now but it will be for customers later on this fall and then the home is coming-- home pod is coming out this fall, $349. downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. in iowa mcdonald customers brought out their phone after a nasty brawl over a mcchicken
sand rch. wch. -- sandwich. >> my god! >> fists were flying as the woman climbed over the register area to confront the employee, aparently upset about the wait time for her food. once she got her sandwich, she threw it back at the employee, the employees are trying to identify the customer. breaking the glass ceiling, a bay area summer science program giving inner city girl as huge leg up in male-dominated careers. little breezy but nice monday evening for a walk in san francisco, the view from the pyramid looking pretty good. we can see mt. diablo looking north, angel island, visibility great everywhere, we don't want it to change. but it will. rain chances and cooler weather, find out when, next.
up on careers traditionally dominated by men. >> reporter: at the boys and girls club of san francisco, girls are equally welcomed. but that is not always how it is in the rest of the world. >> you don't really see women doing science, ever. like even on tv shows, you don't see women in a science room. you only see men. >> reporter: in this science room, you will see nothing but women. this is next gene girls by molecular biologist, marlene, 6 from the mission and bay view districts trying to break the glass ceiling in research. >>ia never saw anyone looking like yourself doing science, how can you see yourself doing it? >> reporter: the high schoolers are teaching how to identify the food colors in skittles, when the jell never hardens and effort fails, jackson uses it to teach another lesson on science. >> it is about experimentation, right? and if it doesn't work, we have opportunity to do it over.
>> reporter: tomorrow the inner city girls will begin serious hands on internships at research centers around the bay area. trinity was selected to help study heart development in human embryos at the glad stone institute. >> overwhelming, like, whoa, this is a lot. real science. >> reporter: it will give them each a huge leg up on their careers and by teaching others, it opens a door for even more bright young women, like 6-year-old angelina, who is smart enough to know there is plenty of opportunity to go around. >> reporter: you think girls would make better scientists than boys? >> i think everybody is a good scientist. >> reporter: in san francisco, john ramose. san francisco slapping uber and lyft with subpoenas to make sure they are following the law. city attorney herrera wants four years of records, he wants to find if uber and lyft are making rides accessible to people with disabilities or who come in low
income neighborhoods. he wants to know how many ride hailing cars are on the streets at any given time to assess the impact on traffic and parking. up to now, the companies have refused to share that type of data. google is now using its map in cars to measure pollution. it part of a pilot program starting in oakland. censors on four cars have been sampling the air around the city, collecting data every 100 feet. the early results indicate that pollution levels vary widely. sometimes even changing at different points along the same block. hot spots with dirty air can show up in places like restaurants and body shops. >> we can build a picture from the multiple sniffs so we find a stable map of where those pollution is over time and then, thus, we can figure out where the sources are. >> anyone can see the map for free by going to the website of the environmental defense fund. we will put the ling up on our website at cbssf.com. right now, community
meeting is under way in redwood city regarding a project that would add express lanes on highway 101. cal tran says the plan would convert the hov lanes into an express toll lane on highway 101 between whipal avenue through i-380 interchange. officials say 200,000 drivers commute along highway 101 every day on the peninsula. the opening of the oakland zoo's brand new gondola ride has been postponed. at least for now. the $8 million gondola system was supposed to start offering rides today but the zoo says it first needs to fix a water pressure issue at its brand new restaurant at the top. once opened, the gondolas will carry visitors to the restaurant on the hill above the zoo. >> definitely perfect weather for something like that today. >> absolutely. the view from the oakland hills cannot be matched anywhere, gorgeous up there. oakland right now, probably hills in the 80s but the city
itself it is 68. oakland could have 20-degree temperature spread win the city depending on elevation. san francisco, 61. but sunny. san jose, 75, livermore, 82. concord, 76, showing you radar because of what will likely happen later this week where the radar will be active, especially north bay we could see up to half an inch of rain by the end of the week. i know, in june. concord, 54. clear skys foria. oakland, 53, may get cloud cover through the golden gate. it will be cloudy and foggy in san francisco and pacifica with lows in the 50s. they race east into british columbia and we don't care one bit weeshgs have a blocking ridge of-- bit and we have a blocking ridge of high pressure . there is no blocking ridge of high pressure. the low will dive from the gulf of alaska into northern california, where some areas around mt. shasta could get an
inch and half of rain coming up this week, we are talking smoe melt for reservoir-- snow melt for reservoirs. they will get a surge because of rainfall. not tomorrow, low cloud cover returning spilling into san francisco bay, lots of afternoon sunshine. wednesday the system approaches the bay area, cloudy by wednesday evening. everybody cloudy wednesday night and there is rain, pockets of steady rainfall for lake county, north sonoma county. how much rainfall to expect? not a big deal south of the golden gate. right now the prediction is for about 1/20th of 1 inch of rainfall, less for san jose. napa, 1/10. nor than 1/10 inch sonoma county. lake county could receive more than half inch of rainfall. today, pretty warm outside. we won't see anything this warm for the next 7-10 days. minimum, cloudy and cooler later on this week. maximum, throw in light, even moderate rainfall for the north bay. highs tomorrow, very close to average. we are cooler but back to where we should be.
concord, 1 degree below normal. san jose, 76, beautiful day for you. sunny vail, 74. san mateo, 74. antioch, 90 today. tomorrow, 83. nesia, 78. foggy start, sunny fngs for san francisco-- sunny for san francisco. we are cooler wednesday, cloudy by the afternoon. some rain, especially in the north bay thursday, look what happens behind that front. actually going to be quite chilly. friday and saturday, the sunshine with highs only in the 60s to low 70s. cooler weather later this week. coming up, they have different paths and different dreams. but they share one goal, to be the first in their families to graduate college. we check in with some students rising above about to embark on a new milestone. coming up tonight on night beat at 10:00, manslaughter charnels brought against the operator and concert promoter of the ghost ship warehouse, we are asking you, do you think the
high school graduation can be an emotional time for any student. many students rising above, scholars thinking they would make it this far, now going off to college. >> sherry shows us where they are headed next, and how they made this life changing decision. >> don't even look full. >> reporter: the next goal is in sight, becoming the first in their families to graduate from college. jacqueline cortez, who loves science and philosophy, is off to uc berkeley, joining her at cal is school leader and dancer, amber lee, as well as national urban debate champion, christine harris. alexis webster chose uc san diego for her, going to college makes up for her past. >> i don't know, kind of surreal, like what is really happening, like every now and
then i think this is unbelievable. i am actually coming from where i came from, i am going to college. for being homeless to college. that is kind of hard to believe. >> i am nervous. >> reporter: she want as career in social work, headed to chico state. >> at some point i sat down and started crying, like, it is real enough and i just never thought i would go to school. >> reporter: destiny bound for sonoma state will follow her dream to become a teacher. abell is postponing his dream of a 4-year university, instead of school in southern california, the computer science student decided to enroll in community college close to home so he can support his family. >> i would have got in great exposure to great programs and amazing schools but i would have failed my family and my mom and my sister. >> reporter: ucla is the destination for darius, who some
day wants to become mayor of oakland. >> hinatalie. >> reporter: home sickness not a problem for paul, off to san diego state. >> as soon as i stepped on the campus, it felt like home, where i belong, where i need to be. >> reporter: if you would like to watch the full stories or learn more on sra, go to our website, cbssf.com. /sra. for students rising above, i am sherry. for news throughout the evening, the latest always on cbssf.com. >> join us for night beat at 10:00 on kbcw40, see us back here tonight at 11:00. good night.
announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: all right, here we go. i appreciate that. thank you, folks. appreciate it. thank you very much. thank y'all, now. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey, and we got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their second day, from columbus, ohio, it's the huber family. [cheering and applause] and from silver spring, maryland, it's the jones family. [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and possibly drive out of here in a brand-new car. let's go meet the jones family.
ahmad. ahmad: yes. steve: how you doing? ahmad: i'm doing good. my name's ahmad, and this is my family. we are the "j..." malik: "o." khalil: "n." kimberly: "e." aaron: "s." all: jones family! steve: great job. how old are you guys? malik: 19. khalil: 19. steve: 19. kimberly: 20 next week. ahmad: 20 in a couple days, yeah. steve: 20? oh, man. so who's the leader? [all talk at once] ahmad: it really depends on, you know, what--what we doing at the moment, because, you know, i think it switches. it switches a lot. khalil: absolutely. steve: ok. who's the smartest? khalil: i don't know. that's probably me, steve. malik: i mean, he has-- ahmad: what class we talking about? what class we talking about? steve: who's smartest in math? kimberly: steve, 4.0. steve: 4.0? him? malik: he happens to have the best gpa right now. right now. kimberly: currently, currently, currently. malik: currently. steve: ah, ah, ah. ah, i think we're going to have to battle it out now. i think khalil got you, man. 4.0. i've--all a's.