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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> it is best to not look at your 401(k) today with the dow jones plummeting more than 1000 points. answers to the questions you
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have. barricades are but the supreme court is the abortion debate intensifies. first be followed the punishment to the memphis grizzlies forward who hit gary payton in the head . our top story on kpix 5 and streaming on cbs news bay area . a painful ride on wall street today . traders probably just waiting for the closing bell with the dow jones following more than 1000 points. the nasdaq lost 647 . kpix 5's anne makovec looks into what sent the stocks plunging today. >> reporter: it is largely in part to the federal reserve
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latest decision to raise interest rates. >> it makes borrowing a little bit more expensive. this helps to avoid everyone getting money for so cheap. >> reporter: investors chilled out after the initial news . today many investors were worried and down stocks went. matthew falconer said this is why we should not panic but instead use this as an opportunity to calculate risk >> it is a way to rebalance your portfolio to make sure that's what you have exposed is the appropriate amount for you and your household. >> reporter: you can watch the full interview today on cbs news bay area . anne makovec ,
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kpix 5. >> thank you so much, anne. san jose police say a pedestrian died after getting pinned between a parked car and a truck. police say the driver is cooperating with the investigation. this is the 32nd traffic debt this year and san jose. united states is approaching 1 million deaths from covid-19 . in the bay area infections are up 160% compared to last month. >> we are now into our sixth wave that we came out of the omicron variant wave and had a respite but it has come quickly . >> new hospital admissions are averaging around 2200 a day. it is up over the last month. breaking news about the
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johnson & johnson vaccine. the fda is putting limits on its use because of the risk of blood clots . they said it should only go to people 18 and older if they cannot get another type of vaccine or if they requested. today was the grand opening of two affordable housing developments. one is in the mission district 143 affordable housing units. mayor london breed and house speaker nancy pelosi were there to celebrate. >> this place is about respect for the tenants. it is 100% affordable housing. it is a remarkable thing. it is about dignity and how lovely it is for the tenants. >> in oakland it is the grand opening of the coliseum place development at holly street.
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there is 59 new apartments there. they provide affordable homes for low income households. in washington with the linked document suggest the supreme court might be planning to overturn roe v. wade . federal and state officials prepare for the final decision to come in weeks. natalie brand reports lawmakers gear up to vote on an abortion bill. >> reporter: additional barricades are up around the u.s. supreme court with demonstrations expected to intensify ahead of a final rule to the direct challenge of roe v. wade. >> if the law changes, we will address next steps at that time . >> reporter: it could shape the 20 states nationwide moving toward putting more restrictive
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laws in place. some of those pills have been pending the high court decision . >> if you take roe v. wade of the books, there is nothing to prevent states from completely not allowing abortions. >> reporter: some conservative states are moving to restrict the use of abortion drugs , which could be a new front in the battle over access. >> i think there will be a battle between the states and the federal government allowing the distribution of abortion pills and states that try to outlaw its use within their boundaries. >> reporter: democratic states brace for a possible influx of women seeking services. this includes illinois , which is surrounded by several states that will restrict access if roe v. wade is not overturned . senate majority leader chuck schumer said next week the senate will vote on a bill to make abortion rights federal law. >> this has been american law 50 years.
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>> let's allow the people to weigh in on this. >> reporter: the bill is not expected to get the best necessary to move forward. natalie brand, cbs news, washington. >> susan collins and lisa murkowski also have a more narrow bill to codify roe v. wade . senate majority leader chuck schumer said he does not want to compromise. stay with kpix 5 for the latest development on all of the affects that we will have coverage on air and online on and streaming on cbs news bay area . overseas ukrainian forces continue to hold on in the southern port city of mariupol. ukraine president is asking the united nations to help those who are trapped . bradley blackburn reports.
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>> reporter: the battle for mariupol is not over yet. russian forces are bombarding the steel plant. the foreign ministers said russia is not interested in negotiating. ukrainian president volodymyr zelenskyy says many civilians and wounded forces remain. some will need to be dug out by hand. the united nations is assisting with evacuation efforts in mariupol and working with the red cross to get another convoy there by friday . some women, children, the elderly made it to ukrainian save zones. >> we do hope that this operation will continue and that we will be able to evacuate
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civilians. >> reporter: a european official tells cbs news russian forces have not progressed very far on the ground in ukraine ahead of me ninth victory day celebrations. bradley blackburn, cbs news, new york. 100 u.s. troops are training in finland this week. sweden and finland are not part of nato and will not be protected . >> i think it is everybody's interest that different companies would move as fast as possible. that would be the best guarantee that we could have. >> the kremlin is warning moscow will move closer to the border. it is a decision that could come as early as next week. still to come on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, first be followed. the punishment just handed down to the forward who hit gary payton in the head .
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a preview of a new exhibit in san francisco featuring frida kahlo. we are 20 degrees cooler for inland areas
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68 years old. i do motivational speaking in addition to the substitute teaching. i honestly feel that that's my calling-- to give back to younger people. i think most adults will start realizing that they don't recall things as quickly as they used to
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or they don't remember things as vividly as they once did. i've been taking prevagen for about three years now. people say to me periodically, "man, you've got a memory like an elephant." it's really, really helped me tremendously. prevagen. healthier brain. better life. the memphis grizzlies forward dillon brooks will be sitting on the sidelines as punishment for this . this was during the second game and gary payton fractured his left elbow and suffered a slight ligament damage and is expected to miss about three weeks of play. more coronavirus news. a new site is giving you the option to test and treat for
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covid-19 all in the same place. >> reporter: today this will turn in a test to treat site . it is a one stop stop for covid- 19 treatment and if a person has symptoms, they will be asked to stay and wait for the result. if they test positive they could receive a prescription right here at the test site. it is a federal initiative that started in march. we looked it up online. there is 25 options within a 55 mile radius of san francisco. this location is taking a different approach. tonight at 5:00, why some doctors say it is a game changer . we have new video from 46 stories up. bay area leaders repelled from the hilton in the san francisco union square. this was to raise
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scholarship money and outward bound california programs. the event has been on hold. the life and art of frida kahlo is on display in san francisco today. joining us now is roberto hernandez. this is called immersive frida kahlo . tell us how the show could benefit the future home >> wa better way to celebrate cincde mayo this year than with a frida kahlo show here in san francisco? frida kahlo actually lived in san francisco twice . the first time she was treated at san francisco general hospital and the second time she was treated here at st. luke's hospital in the mission district. we
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contacted the folks over at the show and asked them if we could do a benefit tonight with the frida kahlo show to raise funds for the new home of carnaval san francisco. finally we have a home. what a better way to do it than with frida kahlo , who suffered and went through a lot of pain. with all of this for covid-19 ane depe ne thh, we erin the mission distct on 681idreet that we had donated. >> i love to hear this. art has the power to lift us up. kpix 5 is a proud sponsor . let
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people know how they can get tickets. >> the show is tonight. there is two shows at a 7:00 show and also 8:30 and you can get tickets at . we will have really good mexican food that you can eat we will have tequila drinks and also a mariachi. you are in for a treat tonight. >> we're so excited to be a part of it. thank you so much. perhaps if you're in the city you were running from the fog . >> it just took over. a lot are
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still stuck in it. the onshore wind is not really going to go anywhere. there is a possibility of showers late tonight. most of the moisture with this system will miss us to the north. it will bring the chance of more showers to the north bay. it is also going to be cooler. be flexible with those outdoor plans. let's take a look at first alert doppler. we are still dry. plenty of clouds throughout the day. the lighter gray indicates cloud cover. in the sticker clouds north of the golden gate. the futurecast indicated the potential holding off until after midnight.
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another chance is going to be heading our way into friday. there is a better chance because you hastchance . it is just an unsettled weather pattern that will be sticking around next week. we and all of them up together and it doesn't add up. if you have 2/100 of an inch of rain in livermore, we should be thrilled. i do not think that showers will climb over the santa cruz mountains and give you any measurable rain. 57 degrees in downtown san francisco. inland temperatures
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are in the low 70s. it will be cool if you are heading out to the giants game this evening. we should remain dry and temperatures tonight dropping into the low 50s. the high temperature tomorrow are below average with the exception san it is within the evolution of the current weather pattern where you have a better chance to be in the warm side of things. temperatures in the east bay are mostly in the low 70s. it is upper 60s in san francisco and farther north also in the upper 60s. temperatures will be similar on saturday and a
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chance of showers sunday and monday. i do not think you will see a shower chance making its way in. still to come on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, with an update on the yankees fan that got handed a home run ball. coming up on cbs news bay area, a new book about the shortest and the a player in history. which athlete was featured.
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welcome back. a blue jays fan caught a home run ball and handed it to a yankees fan and now he is getting an even bigger thrill at yankees stadium. >> reporter: this aaron judge home run kicked off a weekend that derek will remember forever. 9-year-old derek tearfully hugged this fan and a heartwarming moment that went viral. >> i wanted to not make a big scene, but i cannot hold back my tears . >> i had an overwhelming
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feeling of joy. i will not ever give up that moment for anything. >> reporter: even captured the attention of the slugger so. they got another thrill when they were invited to batting practice before the next game and shed a few tears and gave the boy a pair of batting gloves . >> that is what is so special about this game. >> reporter: and there is more to come. the yankees have invited them to yankee stadium later this season to watch a game from right field. >> i would do the same thing because i am already old enough . for the kid it is more for the kid. i felt like that was a
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great thing to do. >> reporter: michael george, cbs news, yankee stadium . >> by the way, he is named after derek jeter. still to come on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, one man's valuable find . we have a lot of news coming up. new fences around the supreme court and the concerns about the safety of the justices and their interview was secretary hillary clinton. warning about the dark and dangerous ruling and who the courts could target next. the latest on your money and what caused the market
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we know you are talking about it. how the interest rate hike is affecting people looking to buy a home. a signature dish for cinco de mayo and we will take you to a restaurant coming up at 5:00. a big find at a state park in arkansas. a man found a diamond about the size of a pinto bean and he already bought a car. >> give me the car. that is it
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for "kpix 5 news at 3:00 p.m." the bs evening fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math o nde out oftate corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: tonight, tightened security around the supreme court in the wake of the draft majority opinion as chief justice john roberts makes his first public appearance since the leak. new eight-foot fencing goes up around the supreme court. the new intelligence tonight about possible violence against the justices. plus, the next battle over the abortion pill. and our exclusive interview with former secretary of state hillary clinton. >> this is about controlling women. this is about turning the clock back. >> o'donnell: wall street free-fall. stocks plummet over inflation fears and rising interest rates. what does it mean for your wallet? and what should you do if you're close to retirement? new tornado threat. 48 million americans in the path of


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