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break ins. the city where tourists are becoming easy targets next. now at 11:00 p.m. too easy. the mistakes tourists are making that are paying off for car burglars in san francisco. i am allen martin. >> i am juliette goodrich. joe vazquez is live in north beach tonight. joe? >> reporter: this boom in break ins happens to coids with a surge -- coincides with a surge
in summer sightseeing. >> reporter: 4th of july weekend and mobs of tourists are swarming lumbard street. in their rush to take a selfie they leave valuables inside their parked cars and here is what happens next. this surveillance video from yesterday shows a tourist family from utah leaving their car. along comes a burglar, one by one, breaks the glass and runs away with a purse that had jewelry inside. >> how long were they gone? >> 15 minutes. >> reporter: his swack caught yesterday's burglary and another one a year ago. >> got worse in the last couple years. that is why i put the cameras up a year ago. >> folks come in, park the car, ladened with their travel wears and grab and go. >> reporter: he has seen the criminals in action. yesterday a car hit a lady. >> in front of my house.
hopped out of the car and grabbed her purse. >> we have plain clothed teams and they make a lot of arrests. in the last few months i can say there has been over 80 arrests in the central district. >> reporter: last night he says his undercover team busted a car burglar. still he says there were 66 car burglaries last week. the numbers are spiking and they will take anything left in the car. >> lot of the items are suit cases. purses. electronics. a suit case is often stolen. >> reporter: by now locals know the drill. don't leave anything valuable in your car. with so money tourists there is concern. there is talk about signs, warning signs. they tried this where the
painted ladies live, warning tourists not to leave anything in the car and that reduced burglaries to some degree. joe vazquez, night beat. tonight police want to know who is responsible for this vandalism in berkeley. someone slashed tired. spray painted on gates and cars. happened last tuesday and wednesday. the area just south of memorial stadium on the cal campus. detectives believe the incidents may be connected because they happened near each other and about the same time. step outside in oakland tonight, the sounds of fireworks are everywhere. and christin ayers tells us police are listening. >> reporter: it is a problem every 4th of july. illegal fireworks shows lighting up the sky line while authorities play cat-and-mouse. >> reporter: light visible from the oakland hills tonight. these are the unsanctioned fireworks shows police are
trying to stop. on this block in east oakland it was day light and boys were setting off fireworks in the streets. but neighbors say this is child's play. >> this is light weight. feels like a war zone. >> she lived here for 50 years and is so worried about illegal fireworks sparking a fire that she took out her lawn. >> every once in a while you hear a big boom and sometimes it goes -- >> reporter: there they go. >> yeah. >> reporter: police tell us they are ready with increased patrols in areas that technology mapped as historically high riskb for illegal fireworks and -- risk for illegal fireworks and celebratory gunfire. they have been through this before. >> you hear them all night. >> reporter: they think authorities don't stand a chance. >> i don't think there are
enough of them. >> reporter: that is not going to keep authorities from trying. if you hear illegal fireworks or celebratory gunfire give them a call in the non- emergency line. in oakland, christin ayers, night beat. crews in san francisco set up 10,000 legal fireworks today. two barges, one at pier 39, it will serve as the launching pads. tomorrow's show will be one of the biggest in bearea this year. starts at 9:30 p.m -- bay area this year. starts at 9:30 p.m. >> we look for fog and low clouds moving back in tonight and tomorrow night. according to future cast, if we are in the summer time eband flow, low clouds pull back. here is tomorrow night. hanging around the shoreline.
as a result the further inland the better chance you have of clear skies but the marine layer is not so low it should interfere with the show for the 4th of july. we will have the forecast ninety two fa minutes. >> thank you -- in a few minutes. >> thank you. he admits he is a creep who harasses women in the work place. betty yu on the cultural in the silicon valley. >> reporter: 500 start ups is based here in downtown mountain view. the latest company to be at the center of silicon valley's gender problem and culture of harassment. >> i am a greedy, blood sucking venture cappalist in silicon valley. >> reporter: 500 start ups founder in a youtube video six careers ago. today he tweeted that he was stepping down amid allegations of sexual harassment. this comes days after a woman
applying for a job at his firm spoke out about his bad behavior to the new york times. he published a blob post, i am a creep, i am sorry. he owned up to making inappropriate advances towards several women in work related situations. he admitted to taking advantage of those situations. i would like toepieces for -- would like to apologize. >> yes, all for it. >> reporter: he is the latest to face back lash over the treatment of women. a week ago female founders shared stories, making unwanted
sexual advances. uber's ceo resigned amid allegation of sexual harassment and a toxic culture at the company. in silicon valley many wonder whether his public apology will be enough to bring change. >> i don't think it will do anything other than make a point at this point. [ indiscernible talking ] >> more male -- [ indiscernible talking ] >> reporter: betty yu, night beat. president trump spent much of the day on the phone with leaders preparing for his trip abroad. but he still found time to fire a few more shots at the media. at some point the fake news will be forced to discuss our great job's numbers, strong economy, success with isis, the border and so much else. there is no cease fire in
sight. >> reporter: today's tweet follows a weekend of press bashing by the president. including this video. tackling and pretending to attack an executive 10 years ago during battle of the billionaires. the new version was edited so the president appears to be punching the logo of cnn. press organizations condemned the tweet as insighting violence against journalists. this tweet is beneath the office of the president one agroup said. sadly it is not beneath this president. >> reporter: he defended the president. >> i am proud of the president for developing a social media platform where we could talk to the american people. >> reporter: last week white house spokeswoman was asked if the tweets and comments create an atmosphere of violence.
>> the president in no way form or fashion has ever promoted or encouraged violence. >> like to punch him in the face. >> reporter: on the campaign trail he founded like he was encouraging violence against protesters. >> if you see somebody getting ready to throw a tomato knock the crap out of him. just knock -- i promise you i will pay for the legal fees. i promise. >> reporter: in one of his tweets this weekend the president told his critics my use of social media is not presidential it is modern day presidential. so welcome to the modern age. cbs news, the white house. >> president trump was back on twitter tonight criticizing kim jong un after word of the latest missile launch. he tweeted does this guy have anything better to do with his life? he encouraged south korea,
japan to step up pressure on the north to end this non-sense once and for all. after the test the u.s. military says a ballistic missile was launched near north korea. if flew for 37 minutes before landing in the sea of japan. new jersey governor chris christie will have company on the beach this 4th of july. late tonight lawmakers announced they have a budget deal to send the three day government shut down and the governor said he will sign it right away. he has been taking heat over photos showing him enjoying time at island beach state park. the state beach has been closed to the public all weekend. when asked about it governor chris christie said too bad. >> way it goes. >> a holiday weekend, what about the kids that paid to rent to have a barbecue here? it is not fair. >> today the banner telling the governor to get off island
beach drew cheers as it was flown over a non-state shoreline. facing furloughs tonight bridge a $5 million budget gap. it is due to state budget cuts. starting august 4 court staff will be furloughed one friday per month without pay. that will last through june of next year. clerk office hours will be shortened on fridays but no layoffs are planned. drivers in san francisco could be seeing red. more red lanes that is. reserved for public transit. muni says the lanes are having the desired effect. enabling buses to move along with less congestion. others aren't sure. columbus avenue is where a red lane could be coming soon. >> for me it would be a tough sell. they would have to show something that would add value to the neighborhood. >> i like the red lanes.
a step in the right direction for san francisco. >> supporters say they would encourage more people to use public transit. the city says there will be time for public comment before changes are made. tesla is charging ahead with plans for its factory. how the company is changing the city. >> remember the phones that kept bursing in to flames? tonight they are making a come back. samsung's plan to resell them. >> and a spectacle in the sky, it wasn't fireworks.
the draggle capsule splashed down in the pacific today after spending a month at the international space station. it is the first time a reused private space craft returned to earth. that is not the only thing tesla ceo elon musk is busy with today. the model three ahead of schedule. kiet do shows afrom sky drone 5 that will -- from sky drone 5 that will me bing changes. >> the view from sky drone 5 -- bring changes. >> the view from sky drone 5. the plan to public the square footage to 10 million square feet. and they will need every bit of it as they ramp up the schedule for the model 3. last night elon musk said model 3 passed all requirements for production two weeks ahead of schedule. production grows so august
should be 100 cars. september above 1500. we can reach 20,000 model 3 cars per month in december. the manufacturing capital of the bay area. >> i am ready and happy to see that fremont is getting recognition. >> the mayor is working full time hours even though the mayor's job is only a part time position. she says the city is working on ways to support the growth. improve the flow of traffic so the delivery trucks could get in and out more easily as they gear up to ship out a thousand cars a day. >> a critical opportunityp for us. -- opportunity for us. >> reporter: the ripple effect is being felt everywhere. new home construction began next to the factory. this dirt lot will have 2200 new loans. if you believe in numbers, they
will be on pace to make a quarter million cars a year. can elon musk increase production of tesla 239%? the company has doubters. stock closed down 2.5% today. kiet do, night beat. remember how samsung had to recall all the note 7s because they kept exploding? now the company is giving the phones new life. launching a new phone made from the old ones. they will go on sale in south korea later this week. at a 30% discount. there are no plans to release it in the u.s. dozens of correctional cadets will be spending time behind bars. part of a training program after three former jail guards were convicted of beating an inmate to death. a new use of force policy, and
body camera training and spending a day in a county jail cell. 68 started today and dozens of people in the bay area will be celebrating this 4th of july as new citizens. 76 newly minted americans were sworn in today on the deck of the uss hornet. the big 4th of july parade in danville is 10 hours away but some people had their spots staked out for days. they were officially allowed to start setting up their chairs at 6:00 p.m. this evening. many drew their battle lines in chalk. that is against city rules. people in morgan hill are saving their spots for tomorrow's parade there. some with chalk. other are chairs. planning to watch fireworks? arrive early. we learned tonight entry will be cut off at 6:00 p.m. sharp for crowd control. berkeley tonight, bird
watchers, sharon chin was there as the crowd waited for the fall toons take their -- falcons to take their first flight. >> the balcony is home to falcon chicks. anytime now they will fly for the first time. >> babies fly really well but they don't land well. they land very badly. >> reporter: he is among a dozen volunteers who have been watching all day for the first flight hoping to keep them safe in case they fall. if that happens signs advise people to call the volunteers to help. >> they could be injured or they could -- there are skunks and cats and dogs and people and cars. >> reporter: we see two adults bringing food and then he takes off. >> another intruder. we have three in the air right
now. >> reporter: running after the chicks the program manager. we tailed him and discovered he lands safely. >> that was exciting. jumped off and looked like she dropped quite a bit. the mother followed her down. wound up in the tree here. >> reporter: after getting taunted by a crow he stayed put. building strength. when she ready he will fly too and both will learn to hunt for food. they will be ready to leave the nest late summer or early fall. sharon chin, night beat. in other bird news a hawk has been hired to patrol the broadway plaza mall to keep messy pigeons away. his scream is usually enough to scare them off.
we have fog and low clouds near the shore line and fireworks already out there over the coliseum. looking nice tonight. a pretty good idea of what the fireworks should look like tomorrow night. there won't be big changes. not clear near the shoreline but clear enough so we have a decent display. looking very good. the numbers now, the bay area, concord 65. san francisco 55. san jose 60 degrees. with clear to partly cloudy skies around the bay area. high pressure put a lid on the marine layer. we will look for fog and low clouds at the coast line in the early evening hours. fireworks doing hours. is upy and 80 -- sunny and 80 inland. shoreline low 60s. you can see the low clouds move in. they come back out and towards the evening hours comes back in again. tomorrow night touch and go
near the shore. inland clear. coastal clouds all week. temperatures will cool a few degrees between now and wednesday. foggy 4th. over night, san francisco 53 degrees. 60 shoreline. mid-80s inland. below average south bay. upper 70s, low 80s. not bad. typical for this time of year. low 80s in the east bay and low clouds tomorrow morning. gives way to sunshine later in the day and still hot. ukiah 93 degrees tomorrow. extended forecast, low clouds in the morning, sun in the afternoon and temperatures not varying wildly. stay tuned. tomorrow night, big night. >> all right. >> i have seen better. >> we have had worse too. >> we had worse. >> all right. thank you. tonight people are flooding
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skiers look better prepared for the beach than the slopes. >> i am getting the best of california. we just went skiing. about to swim in the lake. you can't get better than this. >> with three lifts and the park open, they are seeing thousands of visitors a day. they will be open on weekends as long as there is still a little bit of snow. >> wow! the best of both words. >> really is. >> amazing. thought that heat wave would have melted the snow. coming up in sports, the a's trying to stay perfect against the white sox on fireworks night and the unselfishness of warriors isn't just on the court. ask kevin durant. he leaves a lot of money on the table in hopes of winning another championship. we will be right back.
bargain. the 2 sides agreed to a 2 ar... 53 milli okay. we are talking nba terms here. the warriors got kevin durant for a bargain. they agreed to a two year $53 million deal. the nba finals mvp surprising many by taking less to keep that group together. kevin durant's deal is $9 million less than what he could have gotten allowing golden
state to have the extra cash -- in his first season in the bay area kevin durant won his first championship and took home the mvp averaging 35 points per game in the series. [ music playing ] >> and the warriors have shown the money to 5 players so far in free agency. steph curry, kevin durant, iguodala, livingston and west. in the last four gaze they spent $330 million on the five players. baseball now, the a's rocking the red, white and blue jerseys facing the white sox tonight. bottom of the second, bases loaded. a single to right. a run scores. and the a's take a 2-1 lead. top of the 8th, a's down 5-2. the ground ball. couldn't hold on to it.
a's lose 7-2. the a's 6th street loss. marshawn lynch playing in a charity soccer game. he runs it into the net before getting a red card and thrown out from the game. he does what he does best. >> is that wrong? >> i guess. in soccer. no hands in soccer. [ talking at the same time ] [ laughter ] >> thank you. be right back. who are these people?
say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? 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. our next newscast is tomorrow morning at 4-30. good night. the late show with stephen colbert coming up but don't you want to show us something first? [ laughter ] >> fireworks -- [ talking at the same time ] >> i am going to show you -- >> i will show you. >> it will look like this tomorrow night? >> pretty much. >> conditions aren't going to change that much. a's going to win? >> yes. >> there you go. thank you for watching. next newscast is tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. have a good night. >> good night.
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