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concern of the san rafael police department and now the marin county district attorney. this man isn't an i.c.e. agent. but he looks enough like one that he scared the congregation at their sunday evening service and launched an investigation by san rafael police. >> this person out of i don't know what type of motivation determined to scare them and uncomfortable knowing that this is something very sensitive for latinos and hispanics. >> reporter: we don't know who he is but he was driving a government vehicle registered to the city of san francisco when showed up two sundays aget. the jacket he had was purchased online police say and while it isn't a copycat of an official i.c.e. jacket is looks like one. it sent the wrong message to a group when he walked in recording faces and license plates. >> it's so scary, all right, because -- >> reporter: he walked right up to the front? >> through the parking lot up to the front and then when went
inside the church with his phone like this like he was filming all the premises and the people. and -- >> reporter: he was just some guy who lives nearby? >> yes. >> reporter: san rafael place say he lives near the church and told them he was reporting the noise of the service something he complained about before. while neighbors agree it is loud, they say this response is uncalled for. >> if you are inside the house, it's, you know, no problem. i don't have no problem with it. it's enjoyable to hear people excited and enthusiastic. and if it makes them happy, i -- i'm all with 'em. >> reporter: the city of san francisco did reach back out to us and told us this car belongs to the san francisco airport although they wouldn't tell us who the employee is or what he does but they do say that city cars shouldn't be used for intimidation purposes. however, the san rafael department -- police department says there are no charges pending but they have passed the case to the marin county
district attorney. >> emily, um, so he is driving a city car i.c.e. is a federal, um, unit. why -- why couldn't police arrest this guy for impersonating a law enforcement officer? >> reporter: there are several reasons and it's tricky about technicalities. he didn't claim to be an i.c.e. agent. he didn't ask anyone for immigration status. and the jacket that he had was not an i.c.e. agent jacket. police wanted to pass this along to the district attorney. they claim his intention may seem clear to some people but you can't press charges based on an inferred intention. >> thank you. only on "5" a san jose state professor in a legal fight to restore his name and save his career. he says his decision to help a student with a sexual harassment claim has left him under attack by the
administration. he spoke exclusively to kpix 5's maria medina. >> this is intimidation. it's harassment. >> reporter: his name jason laker, a san jose state professor and most recently a whistle-blower. >> i have never seen something like this before. i would think in addition to it obviously being illegal for professors to treat students like their personal dating service. >> reporter: speaking out for the first time on camera outside a courthouse this morning after his lawyer and a university attorney went head to head, as the school tried to convince a judge to throw out laker's lawsuit. >> i am not going to back down. i can't back down. >> reporter: laker is suing san jose state for retaliation and defamation. laker says he helped a student who confided in him file a sexual harassment claim against professor lewis apikar who is still teaching even though the university found wrongdoing on his part. when laker began questioning sjsu he said administrators made up lies about him and encouraged others to file
grievances against him. >> i think it's an effort to intimidate me, to silence me. and it's not going to happen. >> reporter: in fact, laker told the media including kpix 5 what was happening. the school put him on paid leave when the "mercury news" began digging for information but laker who is still a professor at sjsu says he has lost all trust in the university. he is now making this bold statement to students. >> honestly at this point, if anyone feels that they have been harassed racially, sexually, i don't believe that there's an infrastructure in place right now to deal with it properly. i'd suggest getting a lawyer. >> reporter: the university lawyer did not want to talk on camera after today's court hearing. laker says they have a lot to say about him off camera. and he is now fighting for his career and change at san jose state. >> it's my goal that at the end of this that they will make changes so that people are protected from this behavior. >> reporter: the judge didn't make a ruling on the lawsuit today but has already denied
the university's request before to throw out the lawsuit. as for professor aptikar, he remains on paid administrative leave not mention he is also being investigate for at least one other sexual harassment allegation. at sjsu, maria medina, kpix 5. the bay area still in a party mood this evening! >> yeah. wars fans celebrating their second championship in three years. the championship shirts and merchandise in high demand today as you can imagine. the lines started forming outside the team store in oakland at 7 a.m. this morning. fans got new gear and had a chance to take a picture with the championship trophy. we can tell you thursday's victory parade in oakland will start at 11th and broadway. it will start at 10 a.m. after the parade a rally is planned outside the old kaiser
convention center. susie steimle reports. >> reporter: good evening, ken. this is right where that parade is expected to end and right near where that rally is going to begin. you can see across the street from us at the kaiser convention center, they have the stage already going up. a lot of work going into the preparations at this point. probably the only bad news that we have for fans today is city officials here in oakland are saying you're going to have to choose. they say it's not realistic to want to go to the rally and the parade in the same day. people will be lining up for both events at 4 a.m. all around oakland are signs of a celebration from street closures to construction cranes. fans know that means get ready and be here early if you want to celebrate. >> i'll try to get here at 3:00 or 3:30. you don't welcome back to be there late. you got to get there early. >> reporter: he was near 2015. >> a lot of people. >> reporter: city planners say they are expecting an even bigger crowd this time around. >> we had about a million last
time. and we are expecting much more than a million this year. so somewhere could be up to 1.5 million. >> reporter: karen boyd with the city of oakland calls 2015 a perfect example of how the city should celebrate. it went off without a hitch that year, although she warns don't drive and if you have a car in oakland right now be on the lookout for parking changes that start tonight. >> we are going to start having no parking posted around in downtown so people should really beware of looking for those no parking signs because we'll be towing. >> reporter: for fans it's all about getting facetime with the team. >> oh, yeah. no question. >> reporter: and celebrating the season-long-awaited comeback over the cavs. >> i want to support them and welcome kd to the bay. >> reporter: so if you plan to come here thursday you might have questions about what you can bring what public transportation looks like or parking in oakland over the next couple of days. we have all that information on our website, cbssf.com.
and some of these street closures for parking start tonight at 8 p.m. and last through thursday at 6 p.m. so a lot of people want to be sure their cars don't ghettoed in the next couple of days. >> spending a great celebration with a million of your close personal friends. sounds like a good time. >> reporter: exactly. [ laughter ] >> susie steimle live in oakland, thank you. by the way, bart will be running extra trains on thursday morning and has a few tips for those of you going into the parade. this is what things look like before the parade in 2015. okay? heads up. this year, the agency is urging fans to get off at 19th street buy a clipper card in advance. kpix 5 will bring you live coverage of the parade of champions. you can watch it at home or from your office starting at 9:30 thursday morning. coming up, we'll hear from kevin durant mvp, his mom. and sports director dennis
o'donnell will have more on the veterans players who won their first title tonight. uber's ceo travis kalanick is taking a leave of absence. he wrote to employees, if we are going to work on uber 2.0, i also need to work on travis 2.0 to become the leader that this company needs and deserves. kpix 5's melissa caen has more on the changing culture. >> reporter: uber hired eric holder to review the company culture and he recommended that uber stop serving so much alcohol at company events and prohibit sex between employees and their bosses. but then we have a leaked audiotape that makes you wonder how seriously is the uber board of directors taking all this? at today's meeting of uber managers and board of directors ariana huffington the only female board member announced changes that the company is making to rid itself of
discrimination including hiring a new board member, a woman named [name] a ceo ofness of nestle in asia and africa. >> it shows it's much likely to be more [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: since the audio was leaked a board member has apologized saying it was disrespectful and inappropriate. also today, uber's ceo travis kalanick is taking a leave of absence. >> it's a wonderful incredible invention that's brought convenience to everyone. on the other hand, the management of the company is disastrous and needs to change. >> reporter: sam singer is a crisis manager and says ceos that go on leave of absence usually don't return. but he gives credit to uber for calling in eric holder to conduct an audit. >> he gave them good guideposts
of where the company needs to go ford to increase its likeability in order to operate as a grownup business. it will be interesting to see whether they just put salve on this and try to move forward or make substantial changes. >> reporter: san francisco mayor ed lee says it's important to local companies adhere to local values. >> it's also about making sure that the companies who start here do pay attention to the values of the city. >> reporter: and he says the san francisco human right commission is ready to respond to any complaints of discrimination. >> i used to be the director of the human rights commission. we have the power of, um, of really going after companies that might discriminate or harass people so that's not welcome at all in the city. >> reporter: and the city has its eye on uber and its chief competitive for another reason. uber and lyft are the subject of a new study on traffic congestion in san francisco. it concluded that companies account for 15% of all vehicle
trips on city streets. and they account for 5700 cars on the streets during rush hour. the numbers do not sit well with mayor lee. >> we may be forced to take some draconian action. there's been talk about a congestion pricing. there's been talk about maybe limiting the number of cars that go on the streets. >> reporter: and the san francisco city attorney has also subpoenaed records from uber and lyft and may bring charges against those companies for creating a public nuisance. melissa caen, kpix 5. new water worries in the east bay. a sharp spike in cancer-causing compounds coming out of the tap. how that you will conserving in the drought may be to blame. >> a bay area beach blocked by a billionaire. the battle heats up to open a beautiful stretch of coast to the public. >> and the country's top prosecutor in the hot seat. attorney general jeff sessions comes out swinging, the testy exchanges from his senate hearing. >> we'll all have a hot seat by
come bound that could cause cancer. kpix 5's john ramos on why the drought could be to blame. >> reporter: at their meeting today east bay m.u.d. board members were told about rising levels of a contaminant in the drinking water the agency supplies. >> there's no current present danger. just happens a danger would occur if you are exposed over a long period of time many years. >> reporter: they are called trihalomethanes a by-product when organics mixes with the chlorine used to sanitize water. it's a delayed consequence of the drought. >> imagine all the organic matter trees release all that stuff to have been on the hillsides and now with all the rain we have had, they have washed into reservoirs. >> reporter: also because people are using less water now, it sits in pipes and tanks longer adding to the problem. thm levels have been at or near federal limits several times since last year at the walnut
creek, lafayette and orinda treatment plants. ebmud says it's been hard to adapt to such extreme swings in the weather. >> from the worst drought in history to all that rain, the system has to be able to respond to all those changing conditions to changing conception to changing nature all of that. >> reporter: one short-term solution involves injecting carbon dioxide into the water to lower its ph and retard formation of th ms. but if the problem continues, and with projections of more drought in the future, ebmud may have to add new filtration systems which they warned could cost millions. and it could take years to complete. in oakland, john ramos, kpix 5. "skydrone5" above beautiful martins beach on the san mateo county coastline. scene of an ugly and ongoing battle over personal property rights and public access. a billionaire bought that property near half moon bay
nearly 10 years ago. but it's been off limits almost ever since. now our devin fehely says there's a new plan to unlock the gates once and for all. >> the ocean should be open and free to everyone. >> reporter: the beauty of martins beach scene on a bright blue cloudless day from "skydrone5" is beyond dispute. but what is, is how much access if any the public should have to this stretch of coast. >> i think everyone should have access to the beach in a way that should not be able to just be closed off. >> reporter: she hikes in from highway 1 crossing the closed gate and no tress bags signs on the way to surf as martins beach trespassing. for nearly a decade it's been at the center of a legal battle with vinod the owner. >> i think the beach is a free space and everybody has to
respect that. no reach people have to, you know, block anything like that's nature. >> reporter: there's a bill in the legislature to authorize the state to buy the property perhaps even over his objections. the owner vows to fight in the effort to force the sale while surfers look forward to access. >> if it happens where people were buying up coastal access so that surfers, the local surfers had no access to beach property, that would be a big problem. i would not be okay with that. >> reporter: in san mateo county, devin fehely, kpix 5. >> they say khosla should not have gated that road leading to the beach without a permit. the lawsuit will be argued in court with vinod khosla this
month. >> here we are in the first big heat wave not bay area. first let's think cool thoughts of the preparations for the parade in lake merritt. we have chopper 5 looking things over on this nice clear day. nice do you know out there. lake merritt is significant because it was the first u.s. wildlife refuge in 1870. and before the gold rush there were more bears than people out in oakland. and things have changed a little bit in the 140 years since. as we have a look at the bay bridge now with plenty of blue out there. concord 81 degrees. san jose 79. oakland 73. san francisco 66. giants and royals in a little over an hour game time temperature 62 with clear and cool conditions. game time. overnight lows not too bad actually right around where we should be for this time of the year. 49 in santa rosa. in oakland we'll dip down to 53. same for san jose. sunout on wednesday at 13
minutes before 6 a.m. that ridge will build in gradually as doubled barreled lows over the top of the high, we'll be seeing plenty of sunshine not much in the way of low clouds at the shoreline, northwest breezes at the shoreline will make sure the coast remains clear, cool. inland not much in the way of fog and low clouds right through next week. so the temperatures will be more sunshine, higher temperatures. so nice tonight. we'll have a clear night cool temperatures midweek sun and the temperatures tomorrow fairly average for this time of the year. it warms up thursday through saturday. but tomorrow not bad. 84 in santa rosa, 86 fairfield. mountain view 78. extended forecast shows numbers to be in the 80s inland tomorrow. thursday near 90. friday upper 90s. saturday and sunday the numbers will be near 100 degrees. and it's not going to cool off that much when we get toward
monday and tuesday either, the hottest day of the next seven father's day. get him an air-conditioner! we'll have more in 30 minutes. >> good idea. thank you. the silicon valley pioneer signs off. the end of yahoo as we know it! we look at the fall of one of the internet's first big brands and what's next for its future. >> we'll look at the rise of the golden state warriors. do they have a dynasty? what lebron james says about golden state, the present and the future next.
room last night..you could hear the screams, smell the cigars and almost taste the champagne..bubbly that reportedly cost $150 grand. while waiting outside the warriors locker room last night could you hear the screams inside, you could smell the cigars and almost taste the champagne that reportedly cost $150,000.
>> nothing easy! >> feel like i had a baby. crazy, man. [ screaming ] >> this is history, now? >> we're going down as one of the best teams ever. >> how does this championship compare to the first one? >> it's amazing! it never -- this feeling doesn't get old. >> draymond called kevin durant the warriors consolation prize for losing the finals last year. durant proved to be quite the missing piece averaging 35 points per game in the series and winning finals mvp along with his first title. >> it feels amazing to win a championship with these guys, man. i can't wait to celebrate for the rest of the night -- well, maybe the rest of the summer. [ laughter ] >> i'm talking too much at this point. i had a couple of -- too many beers. i haven't had a beer since february. um, so to have a beer right now and come talk to you guys, it
feels great. >> now, durant want the only warrior who waited a while to pop the champagne. it took 14 seasons for zaza pachulia, david west and matt barnes to win their first championship. >> you were here for, we believe, so you know how bad this organization was. what does it mean to you? because you have a special perspective. >> this is for all them. this is the last place my mom saw me play before she died so it's great to be back. you know, i started my season in sacramento and i ended up a champion in golden state. >> you gave us a lot of money. [ indiscernible ] >> but look, mister, you can't take it with you! the egyptians learned that! you can't spur bury the treasures you. >> it's about winning. >> west around barnes are two of 10 free agents on the warriors so there will be
changes to next year's team but golden state will be the favorites to win it all in 2018 and maybe even longer, according to lebron james. >> pretty much all the big name guys in their 20s and they don't show any signs of falling down so you know, there's gonna be a lot of teams that's trying to figure out ways to put personnel together from my eyes they built to last, you know, in the few years. >> i thought lebron was gracious in defeat last night, at a very competitive emotional tournament. >> you know how competitive the nba is there will be some owners who want to put together a super team and lebron and car mellow and watch what happens. >> it's going to be very difficult to compete with this warriors team for the next couple of years. >> somebody will do it. >> all right. thank you. coming up in our next half- hour, the nation's top prosecutor grilled before congress. jeff sessions depends off questions about russia and
james comey. the fiery testimony and topics he refused to answer. >> high schoolers accused of creating a kill list targeting black students. parents now blaming a south bay school district for covering it up. >> and it was one of the sweetest moments on the court last night. kevin durant celebrating with his mom. you're going to hear from the woman he calls the real mvp.
attorney general today... jeff sessions faced the senate our top story at 6:30, fiery testimony at times from the u.s. attorney general today. jeff sessions faced the senate committee investigating alleged russian interference in the 2016 election. the attorney general was adamant he says that he claims he knew about the russian meddling -- um -- those who knew about the russian meddling are just lies. mola lenghi on the heated hearing in washington. >> that a fresh start at the fbi was probably the best thing. >> reporter: attorney general jeff sessions repeatedly depended his decision to recommend the president fire fbi director james comey despite the fact he had recused himself from being involved in the russia investigation.
>> the suggestion that i participated in any collusion that i was aware of any collusion with the russian government to hurt this country which i have served with honor for 35 years, or to undermine the integrity of our democratic process is an appalling and detestable lie. >> mr. comey said that there were matters with respect to the recusal that were problematic and he couldn't talk about them. what are they? i -- that -- why don't you tell my! there are none, senator wyden. there are none! i can tell you that for absolute certainty. >> reporter: his refusal to answer some questions frustrated some senators. >> did you ever discuss director comey's fbi handling of the russia investigations with the president or anyone else? >> senator feinstein that would call for a communication between the attorney general and the president. >> i understand that. >> and i'm not able to comment
on that. >> and now you're not answering questions. you're impeding this investigation. >> reporter: and he admitted to possibly having a brief encounter with the russian ambassador at the mayflower hotel on april 27th. >> i could say that i possibly had a meeting but i still do not recall it. >> have you ever in any of these fan it's cal situations heard of a plot line so ridiculous that a sitting united states senator and an ambassador of a foreign government colluded at an open setting with hundreds of other people to pull off the greatest caper in the history of espionage? [ laughter ] >> thank you for saying that senator cotton. it's just like through the looking glass! i mean, what is this?! >> reporter: mola lenghi for cbs news, capitol hill. >> an american college student jailed in north korea for 17 months is free but necessary bad shape. 22-year-old otto warmbier was released this morning although his parents say he is in a coma. north korean authorities detained him at the pyongyang
airport last january and accused him of trying to steal a political banner from his hotel. he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. he arrived in cincinnati tonight to undergo medical treatment. governor brown has added some new players to his global team fighting climate change. he went to china and germany to convince leaders to join other nations and fiji in the under 2 coalition making commitment to the paris climate accord. today the prime minister of fiji was in sacramento announcing his island will be the first small developing nation to join. the governor credits president trump's own statements with building the movement. >> his statement that climate change is a hoax is so absurd and so unbelievable and so outrageous that the grassroots, um, governors, people around
the world, um, have galvanized and he is actually created the exact opposite of what he wants. >> fiji's prime minister is also the incoming president of this year's united nations climate change conference and today, appointed governor brown as special adviser for the united states. pretty harsh words for president trump today from the former president of mexico. kpix 5's jessica flores reports on vicente fox's bay area visit. >> reporter: former mexican president vicente fox came to oakland to speak specifically about marijuana legalization. but he spent much of the time here speaking about president trump using harsh words to describe the president and the administration. >> very outspoken obviously against president trump. how did you treat him if you were still president of mexico and what would be your advice to other leaders around the world dealing with that right now. >> don't ask me that question. [ laughter ] >> how do you think this -- you
domesticate them. i think very [ indiscernible ] of donald trump to be such an ignorant, to be such a disrupter, to be such a destroyer. >> reporter: the comments came as vicente fox spoke in oakland. fox believes marijuana should be legal. to take the drugs out of the hands of mexican cartels. >> i think it's time to start thinking wisely, to start forgetting about criminalization and prohibition and start respecting human beings' freedom. >> reporter: fox says he wants to see the trump administration policies on immigration and marijuana up in smoke. but president trump has shown no indication of backing down. in oakland, jessica flores, kpix 5. and tonight a live look at the white house. there it is. traditionally, championship teams have been honored here but it's not clear if the
golden state warriors will make the trip. head coach steve kerr and other players have been very outspoken in their criticism of our president. a report today said the team had voted to skip the white house visit but the warriors said officially today is all about celebrating our championship, we have not received an invitation to the white house but will make those decisions when and if necessary. finals mvp won his first nba title and as he was swarmed by reporters last night there's only one person he wanted by his side. his mom. durant once famously referred to his mother as the real mvp. after the win yesterday, she met him on half court and gave him a tight hug and today wanda is speaking out about the journey they took to get to this point. >> we never -- either one of my son said they wanted something in their lives and i was there to ensure that they did what they needed to do to get it to
they selves. i didn't want them to look back over the lives and resent the effort. >> she couldn't contain her excitement last night. she grabbed his jersey and told him, look at me, you did it! great moment. coming up, a hot ride in the north bay. a stolen ferrari bus and the driver's bizarre behavior that tipped off police.
in the hills near vallejo. it happened just after two o'clock... near the hidenbrooke firefighters mopping up after a four-alarm brush fire started in the hills near vallejo today. it happened just after 2:00 near the hidden brook area. chopper 5 was over the scene as crews attacked that fire from the air. the fire burned close to some high voltage pg&e lines. but no structures were threatened. and no word on what sparked it. high school students in the south bay at the center of an alarming investigation. they are accused of creating a
racist kill list. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez with the details. >> what is your main focus for today? it says lynching. >> reporter: attorney richard rojas son is holding a printout of a screen at monte vista high school. it's evidence you will use filed against the school district and administrators at monte vista who he claims failed to protect black students targeted on social media by six to ten boys from various racial backgrounds. >> they called themselves [ censored ] masters. they went on to say that they were going to kill each student they created a kill list on that list the names of 6 or 7 black students in the school. >> reporter: the lawsuit was filed on behalf of the family of one of the girl students on the list. >> they mentioned her by name and gave a specific credible threat they would riddle her with bullets and talked about how many bullets it would take. >> reporter: the incidents happened last fall and also
included disparaging remarks against women but only came to light recently when it was published by students in a school magazine a coalition of south bay civil rights groups accusing the district of a cover-up. >> the same thing happened at columbine. those kids made threats, people took it lightly, went home, those kids went and made bombs and the same thing could have happened here. it didn't but who knows what's going on out there at monte vista high school. >> reporter: district officials would not comment but issued a statement that says it became aware of the situation and that, quote, monte vista high school staff immediately investigated and took appropriate disciplinary action. several students in monte vista say they have heard, the "n" word being used at school but most had no idea that some classmates were taking racial remarks to such an extreme. >> i really thought that cupertino was sort of a bubbling inside of a bubble where none of this happened. but it does. >> reporter: the santa clara county sheriff's department
says it launched an intensive investigation and turned over its findings to the district attorney's office for criminal prosecution. no other details on the case were released and the identities of the people involved are being withheld because they are all minors. in cupertino, len ramirez, kpix 5. the end of an internet era. we look at the rise and fall of a silicon valley giant. as yahoo begins a new chapter.
it's official... verizon today closed it's deal.. to acquire yahoo. kpix 5's kiet do on the fall of the tech-giant.. and how today marks an end of an era. new at 6:00 tonight it's official, verizon today closed its deal to buy yahoo. kiet do on the fall of the tech giant and how today marks the end of an era. >> reporter: the internet is nothing if not brutally efficient. their wikipedia page has already been updated to say yahoo was an american multinational technology company. >> i think it is the end of an era and the beginning of a new era but silicon valley is constantly reinventing itself and so eras come and go. and we move on. >> reporter: the verizon deal
closed this morning worth $4.8 billion. at its peak during the first dot-com boom yahoo was valued add more than $100 billion. yahoo as a brand is still immensely popular. between email, finance, news and fantasy teams, it adds up to more than a billion users every month. in other words verizon has hit the data jackpot. founded in 1994 by jerry yang and david file low it was an acronym for yet another hierarchy organized oracle. by 1995, it was one of the most popular sites on the web and considered an internet pioneer but late 2,000s google ate away at the search business and got a late start at mobile and missed the boat on social media. in 2010 decade they invested to rebrand as a content creator. >> the tech world is brutal. companies die if they don't keep up. >> reporter: it will be folded
in with aol and other groups in a new company called oath. >> today's historic for us. we are putting together one of the largest companies on the planet. >> reporter: as for yahoo employees, up to 1500 people could be laid off. this person thinks engineers like herself should be okay. are you worried about your job? >> no, because in my [ indiscernible ] they are still looking for some more engineers. because our business is growing. >> reporter: by the way, now former ceo marissa mayer will walk away with a severance package worth $23 million. kiet do, kpix 5. >> mayer is also leaving with stock worth $236 million. san rafael police have arrested a georgia man accused of stealing a ferrari from a car dealership. police say rocky jimenez s aski poured gasoline on the $245,000 sports car. officers found the key in his
bag as well as a key to another ferrari. there was no proof of ownership. police found $50,000 worth of property they think he stole from a commercial burglary days earlier. it looks like an embarrassing fender-bender in the novato parking lot. it water a shopper in rush that did this, it was a 7-year-old boy. it wasn't a shopper. he stole his mother keys, backed into three cars and pushed a tree into a fourth car. no injuries and no charges filed. >> might be some other "krazy kids" got hold of a car one day. brian hackney has the weather forecast. >> we are warming up to the weekend big time. over 100 degrees. traffic looks good now on the golden gate bridge plenty of blue out there concord still even as we're at 10 minutes
before 7:00, gee, 79 degrees at concord. oakland 67. livermore 75. santa rosa 78 degrees. tonight, mostly clear skies. santa rosa down to 49. livermore 52. the sun will be up tomorrow morning at 13 minutes before 6 a.m. so what's happening? well, high pressure is out in the pacific. you remember this weekend we had hail in the petaluma and sonoma areas? snow in the sierra? an unusually well below average temperature. the atmosphere is just like -- it's like a pendulum. you go one way this way and the other way. that's what's going to happen. first we have this deep cold low. now we are going to get this big bubble of high pressure. big, big dome is going to be moving in over the west coast and that means temperatures after really cool ones last weekend will be near 100 degrees and the sky conditions no fog no low clouds this believe it or not is a time lapse time of cloud conditions. thursday clouds offshore under the influence of the building high and a northwest wind but aside from that we are looking clear so it will be clear
tonight, temperatures will be cool. midweek sun your seasonal temperatures tomorrow looks good. but then it's going to be hot inland by late week. numbers approaching 100 degrees. that's why there's an excessive heat watch for most of the bay area. inland in the 90s and low 100s. relief at the beach. and warm into next monday. 68 in san francisco. 85 concord. san jose 81 degrees. and 74 degrees for oakland. it's all close to average. the numbers in the south bay low 80s will do it tomorrow. plenty of sunshine. over in the east bay we'll be looking at walnut creek and 82 degrees in san ramon. 82 for vallejo. in the north bay sun and it will be warm unless you get close to the shoreline. the colors on these maps do correspond to temperatures. the green temperatures in the 60s. so you see the green cooler and it's going to be cooler at the beach all the way through the weekend. 85 ukiah, 86 cloverdale. extended forecast we are going to be looking for plenty of sunshine. so the pressure is on the
temperatures are up. we are in the upper 90s friday. we are in the lower 100s saturday and sunday. the warmest day of the next 7 is going to be on father's day so hot times ahead for dad before getting that much of a break as we head into early next week. ken? >> thank you. coming up, it disappeared 100 years ago. the shipwreck discovery bringing closure to a bay area coast guard mystery.
officials announced the discovery of a san francisco based - coast guard ship. it sank.. about 3 miles off point concepcion in central california.. ix 5's don fo official announced the discovery of a san francisco- based coast guard ship. it sank about 3 miles off point conception in central california. kpix 5's don ford on the effort to track it down. >> reporter: missing for 100 years, the coast guard and the national oceanic atmosphereic administration believe they have finally found the coast guard cutter mccullough using multibeam side scanning sonar. >> target on center. >> reporter: it sank off the coast of southern california near point conception in thick heavy fog after colliding with
a passenger ship sf governor. >> it sank in only 30 minutes. >> just brings closure to sort of a coast guard mystery as to we kind of knew where it happened, right, but where's that ship and, you know, we know a little bit more about the imagery now as to what happened to her where she sank. >> it's on the sea floor listing on her port side. >> reporter: robert headed the research team spending 30 years looking for the ship. >> i expected it would eventually be found but the currents up there, the low visibility, it's a difficult place to work. >> reporter: the ship fought in the battle of manila bay and had trade in alaska and conducted maritime safety patrols on the west coast based in san francisco. while the coast guard says they are keeping quiet about the exact location of the wreck, with additional rov dives, they say there's a lot more to be learned at this site. in san francisco, don ford, kpix 5. it's only been 100 years.
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