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for this matchup, john moran is out with a knee injury. the grizzlies are 20 and 5 without him. let's talk about the players who will take the field tonight . and in that one for the grizzlies, let's talk about dillon brooks. back after a suspension for taking out gary payton. work spoke to the media for the first time since the flagrant foul earlier today. >> reporter: what was your reaction when he said that you broke the code? >> no reaction. i don't even know what that means. >> have you talked to him? >> no, i haven't. >> memphis will be without john moran with the injured knee from saturday night. the grizzlies took exception to jordon poole will grabbing his
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knee. but they have had enough of all of the talking between games. >> i know that the job is hurt but the rest is total bs in terms of the conversation right now. >> we are not out there trying to hurt people. we played the game the right way. i will have his back because no. >> i expect it to be physical. i expect the trainers to work a little overtime tonight. this will be a knockdown and drag up game because memphis is a desperate team. we will have more courtside at chase center. >> that series with the grizzlies has become very intense and exciting, sometimes a little ugly. >> there has been a heated back- and-forth about 30 play as you heard there. devin fehely has more on that part of the story.
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>> reporter: the series has been described as one with hard fouls and hard feelings, and the rivalry and trash talk has ratcheted up with every game. >> unnecessary roughness. >> patent is right down the middle. >> the guy comes in and whacks him across the air. >> he grabbed his knee and yanked it. >> reporter: warriors and grizzlies defined by tough talk off the court >> we look to repeat that smack down. >> reporter: some say the intensity -- >> you've got to fight for every loose ball. you've got to battle. there is a championship on the line. someplace were a little bit dirty, especially the foul. >> reporter: and what two pivotal players out injured, there is concern about what might be next. >> it is a contact sport.
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people have things to prove out there everyone wants to win and go to the next round. it is a possibility, but i hope not. >> reporter: tonight the warriors have a chance to take a commanding three-game run. the open-air party outside the arena. standing squarely in their path is a hungry memphis team with a lot to prove and a lot of fight left. >> this is an awesome rivalry in the making. it is physical, but i would say it's my mental. >> reporter: it is a clichc true that sometimes the best ability is availability. the rivalry with memphis has proven itself to be a healthy one, and we can only hope it is decided with a full roster of healthy players. devin fehely, kpix5 .
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first alert weather is our other big story. hail and scattered showers hit part of the bay area. this is from napa county this afternoon. >> and this was the scene at santa rosa. there was a mix of hail, wind, and rain. small hail was reported in the east bay . >> i know that some people did not see anything. >> most of the densely populated parts of the bay area saw a mix of sun. we don't have any showers on first alert doppler right now. let's take a look in northern sonoma county. a couple of sprinkles and one north of st. helena. the chances of seeing one of the showers will remain lower than 20%. a few showers have been trying to move out of the santa cruz
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mountains but that activity also has been largely falling apart before it gets to any densely populated areas. we could see some making a run toward the coast but in general, rain chances have been low. the rockies are in town tonight. gametime temperatures in the mid-50s. make sure that you layer up appropriately. we will take a look at your full forecast in just a few minutes. the city of manisha has declared a state of emergency after a water pipeline break. residents and businesses are being asked to cut back on the water usage by 30%. juliet goodrich shows us how they're cutting back. >> reporter: everyone in phoenicia is on notice. here at this pizza restaurant they are doing what they can to cut back even by 30%, they have found ways to conserve.
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domingo is a chef at pizza pirate in phoenicia. >> i got to wash my hands before i make the pizza. if i go to the register and touch money i've got to run over here and wash my hands and make the pizza. >> reporter: water is needed for the pasta and pizza dough. they are doing what they can to conserve. >> you want to loaded up with dishes so you don't waste water. >> reporter: the notice was sent out over the weekend to more than 28 thousand residents . >> happy mother days, i want to let everyone know about a water pipeline break. >> reporter: it was discovered at the water treatment plant in the basement was flooded. city crews are working around the clock to locate the break and repair it as soon as possible. they say that the water is safe to drink. residents have been asked to conserved until it is fixed.
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>>'s mother nature and we've got to take care of her. >> i have a pond in the backyard that needs water and my sprinkler system is off. hopefully it will last long. >> we did declare a state of emergency. >> reporter: she says that they hope to have the pipe fixed within a few days. until then -- >> you can turn off the landscape watering are not feel your pools right now. don't watch her car right now. we can think of it a more practical terms. shower. resints are doing thpart so far. >> this is the honor system, but help us out at sea that is exactly right. we have seen a good response rate. >> i thought it would be good practice. >> you might as well start now. >> it is easy compared to las
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vegas. >> reporter: kpix5 . and san mateo county, evacuation orders have been lifted after gas main break in el granda. montecito avenue has been reopened to traffic , the gas will be shut off for residents from balboa until 8:00. president biden is making it easier to get military aid to ukraine. he signed an act that will make it straightforward tackle poster ukraine's defense against russia. natalie brand tells us this comes as a conflict enters its third month. >> reporter: president biden called this measure another important tool in the u.s. efforts to help support ukraine defend itself against russia. this is a built the past with
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overwhelming bipartisan support in congress. the president says that demonstrate support for ukraine is pivotal at this moment. >> reporter: aris russia's war in ukraine stretches into his 75th day, president biden signed a bill to streamline getting military aid. it is similar to a program used during world war ii. >> the cost of the fight is not cheap, but caving into aggression is even more costly and that is why we are staying in this. >> reporter: on monday the russian president mark world war ii victory day with military parade and moscow's red square. he defended his were in ukraine blaming the west and nato expansion but did not hint at a broader mobilization and some feared >> we still hurt some of the same bluster and the same falsehoods. >> reporter: today vladimir
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putin stands accused of nearly 10,000 war crimes. 60 people were killed after a bomb hit a school and eastern ukraine where people were sheltering. in his own speech, volodymyr zelenskyy said that soon ukraine will have two victory days vowing his country will win the war. and volodymyr zelenskyy met virtually with leaders on sunday. the g7 committed to phasing out or banning the import of russian oil, reducing dependence on russian energy. and jill biden made a surprise visit to ukraine on sunday meeting with ukraine's first lady and children displaced by the war. monday she met with the president of slovakia before heading back to washington. >> the president is urging congress to pass additional funding for ukraine. word is that stan? >> reporter: recall the
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administration has been pushing for congress to pass this additional funding, but that $33 billion in additional defense and humanitarian support for ukraine. that is so they can provide assistance uninterrupted. the president says that there are approximately 10 days from hitting that critical deadline. he is urging congress to get to work. negotiations are underway and according to democratic sources, democrats are pushing for a bill that's nearly $40 billion which is more than the original asked. they are hoping to get something done and lawmakers are hoping to get something done as quickly as possible. we could see potential votes as early as this week, ryan. thank you very much. a rough day on wall street.
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here is a look at the closing numbers. the dow fell over 600 points and nasdaq lost 521 and the s&p reported as low was closer more than a year. up next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area,, what led to this crazy crash. fresh snow and may. the dangerous conditions that left truckers stranded. we all know that commuting can be a big hassle. we will break down where workers are spending more time
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the missing alabama inmate and corrections officer accused of helping him escape have been captured. the deputies took in casey white an officer vicky white into custody after a pursuit in a crash in evansville. a task force member rammed into a cadillac she was driving.
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they say she shot herself just before the crash. we know that she was seriously injured. the two were spotted at a car wash last night. take a look at this new video. a suspected drunk driver running a red life and smashing into a alameda county sheriff's patrol car. the deputy was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. the driver of the other car was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. police say they will called the grizzly boulevard yesterday. they responded to a report of a man with apparent gunshot wounds. the victim died when the officers found him. no word yet on any suspects are a motive. stick and antiracism banner after the pandemic began
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is headed to the smithsonian in washington dc. they carried the banner that said, fight the virus and not the people through chinatown. it is one of the first marches to protest anti-asian hate. the director at the smithsonian says it shows how the chinese community challenged scapegoating during the crisis. winter like weather in the sierras. as rachel wulff reports, drivers were caught off guard by that late-season snow. >> reporter: it was a marathon on mother's day into monday with chain controls along i-80. >> people were not prepared for snow in may. >> reporter: this guy is typically prepared. >> i don't have them because this is may and there's no snow. >> reporter: he was willing to
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pay but the chains were nowhere to be found. >> i am waiting until the sun comes. >> reporter: he is not the only one who decided to wait. >> reporter: i will pay $130 for the chains. >> reporter: they were on their way to roseville so that abby could finish her finals. >> we've got plenty of time. we will make it. >> reporter: the may storm caught them off guard along with the prices. a year ago, they were just $60. >> reporter: inflation combined with supply chain issues which is driving up costs for motorists. >> we get our chains in our metal from china. it is hard to get them here in the cost of shipping has doubled. >> we have been charging 30 for
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20 years now. the costs a lot of money. >> that is a cold and hard truth. >> you always run into one guy who didn't have any idea and is wearing flip-flops. >> that is usually me. >> >> it's not usually a good idea . >> they will get more snow in the high sierra. we will take every drop of rain that we can get and they will take every flake of snow they can get. we will start this evening and add up to three to 6 inches before the storm system winds down on top of what has already added up. it will not erase the deficit, but every flake will count. we
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have an unsettled weather pattern tomorrow. while we will see showers, they will move into different directions. there showers will drop from north to south. they will person next storm system easement farther to our north. let's take a look at your first alert doppler. a few showers we have out there. a couple trying to make their way out of the santa cruz mountains. we will be tracking the showers offshore as we head into the evening. i think we will be mostly dry for tuesday. we will have to wait until 3:00 in the afternoon. some of these could develop into full-fledged thunderstorms developing from the north. maybe making their way as far south as concord or
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san francisco but likely no farther south than not. spots in
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getting into the mid-60s. right around 60 for the east bay . low 60s for the north bay with a little more cloud cover. maybe even the thunderstorm capable of lightning and small hail. similar temperatures farther north and in the mid-50s for lakeport and clear lake. temperatures will drum, jump.
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temperatures keep on warming up as we head into the weekend. temperatures will be into the 80s over the weekend. the warm spell will go into the middle of next week. highs in the mid to upper 80s and even along the coast, temperatures will get up into the mid-60s. that will be it for the rain chances and your entire seven- day forecast. >> that we can, look at those >> making up for yesterday. coming up, bay area drivers could win some free out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports betting plan they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets,
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taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. booking most cruises can be complicated. but this isn't most cruises. this is celebrity cruises. and we think cruising shouldn't be confusing. so, on our award winning vacations drinks, wi-fi and tips are always included. every sailing. every room. every guest. effortless from the start. celebrity cruises.
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sick people in the bay area like to argue who has a worse commute. a new report is finally putting that debate to
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rest. the number one spot for the worse commute in the state of california may come as a surprise. the average commute times were looked at of all residents in contra costa county was tops with averaging 39 minutes. san francisco was number seven with drivers spending 33 minutes in their cars. four agencies are starting up highlight carpool program that could put money back into drivers pockets. it focuses on easing gridlock. it will reward carpool drivers with gift cards. it is a vital link between novato and vallejo and they will get a $25 reward just for signing up. the gift cards can be used to best buy our grub hub that will only last for six months.
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still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area,, california voters will soon decide the fate and what both sides are saying. american tourist found dead at a popular resort. what happened the night before mysterious stats. for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you. exactly. yvonne yiu. democrat for controller.
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under district attorney gascón, i prosecuted car break-ins. all repeat offenders, often in organized crime rings. but when chesa boudin took office, he dissolved the unit and stopped me from collaborating with the police on my cases. now home and car break-ins are on the rise because repeat offenders know they can get away with it. chesa boudin is failing to do his job. there's a better way to keep san francisco safe. recall chesa boudin now. want more from your vitamin brand? get more with nature's bounty. from the first-ever triple action sleep supplement... to the only 24-hour vitamin c to heart-healthy support every day. get more with nature's bounty. you're watching kpix5 news
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at 5:30 . right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area,, the high cost of college taking a toll on california students. why some say of four your degree is not the only way to succeed . our top story. in less than one month, san francisco voter will decide on the fate of traceable dean. good evening. >> we begin with the recall race in san francisco. >> we talked to both sides. >> critics say the city is and safer because of the progress of prosecutor. a recent case refutes the recall narrative. >> we call supporters
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>> not holding him accountable when they violate her role. they heard in a kill and a murder. >> i am going to hold you accountable to do your job. >> she has been waiting for more than seven years hoping they would put away louise gutierrez for stabbing her son 39 times in the mission district. last month a jury delivered a guilty verdict. >> we need to make people accountable. i feel strongly that chesa boudin had something to do with this. >> she was skeptical after years of what seem like a stalled case. supporters say it's not enough attend the overall picture of addressing violent crime across


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