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>> announcer: live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5
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news. right now on kpix 5 and streaming on "cbs news bay area" live from our exclusive salesforce tower camera, i'm len kiese, it is may 25th. >> i'm amanda starrantino. we begin with traffic and weather. we begin with first alert meteorologist jessica burch. >> we're cooling down this week, more clouds are moving in. the weather advisory we've been dealing with is going to disa disappear. solano county under a heat advisory until 11:00 p.m. tonight and also a red flag warning that expires today at 11:00 a.m. as we extend into the next couple days, we'll cool down significantly. here are our weather headlines as we extend into this weekend. it's going to be beautiful and calm for us. high clouds will roll in once again, dealing with day time highs in the upper 90s in our inland areas, mid-70s along the bay and along our coast we're
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starting to see the gradual cooling trend in full force as more clouds and the marine layer start sticking around. we'll talk about that in a bit. for now, over out, gianna. >> let's look at the roadways, this is what you'll deal with, not a lot. it's actually off to a very good start this morning. a live look at the bay bridge, things are moving nicely at the limit as you head into the city, no delays really on any of our bay area bridges. a live look at the golden gate everything is fine. at the san mateo bridge, we're moving along nicely in both directions. 12 minutes between 880 and 101 and speaking of 880, taking the nimitz freeway, a live look at the coliseum, traffic is moving very well in both directions. a texas community and the nation is in mourning after what was the deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade, a gunman killed 21 people, 19 of
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chi at an elementary school in the town of uvalde. cbs' danya ubache has the latest. >> reporter: heartbreak for another american town, this time uvalde, texas, where a gunman killed at least 19 children and two adults. hearses arrived to take bodies away. jesse rodriguez's daughter was one of the victims. some parents gave dna samples to help investigators identify the bodies. law enforcement sources tell cbs news the 18-year-old shooter drove up to the school with a handgun an ar-15 assault weapon, and high-capacity magazines. >> as soon as he made entry to the school he started shooting children, teachers, whoever was in his way he was shooting everybody. >> reporter: the gunman was shot and killed by a responding officer. >> at this point in the investigation is leading to tell ums the suspect did act alone
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during this heinous crime. >> reporter: the school shooting comes two days before the kids were set to start their summer break. >> innocent second, third and fourth graders. >> reporter: mourning those who lost their life, president biden called on lawmakers to take action to prevent future shootings. >> when in god's name we do what we all know in our gut needs to be done? >> reporter: at tack comes just ten days after a racially-motivated mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket and nearly a decade after the shooting at sandy hookale emtea in connecticut. flags are flying at half staff in city hall. the tragedy sent shock waves across the country. kpix 5's sara donchey reports bay area schools are responding. >> at this time i'd like to take a moment of silence. >> reporter: the san francisco unified school district's board
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of education meeting began with a moment of reflection to honor lives lost. the board says parents have already reached out asking about the safety of their own kids' schools in the district. >> we received many calls and i want you to know we take safety plans and precautions extremely seriously here in the san francisco unified school district. we have a comprehensive crisis plan in the event of any emergency. >> reporter: across the bay area, other agencies say they're stepping up school security. the contra costa county sheriff and mountain view police say they will have high visibility patrols at their schools wednesday. oakland unified is encourages parents and students to reach out. >> we're lying to our kids. we're lying to them, telling them they're okay and they have nothing to worry about, because we can't tell them the truth, which is that we're a country of
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unrestricted weaponry and in their classrooms, they're not safe. >> reporter: the mayor has ordered all flags in the city to be flown at half staff through saturday to honor the victims at the texas elementary school shooting. in san francisco, i'm sara donchey, kpix 5. >> stay with us, coming up at 5:30, we'll hear more from danya bacchus who is live with more on the investigation. steve kerr had a powerful message in the wake of the shooting with a lot more than just basketball on his mind. take a listen. >> when are we going to do something! i'm tired. i'm so tired of getting up here and office condolences to the devastated families that are out there. i'm so tired of the excuse my -- i'm sorry, i'm tired of the moments of silence. enough! we can't get numb to this. we can't sit here and just read about it and go, well, let's
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have a moment of silence, yeah, go dubs. come on mavs, let's go. do you realize that 90% of americans regardless of political party want background check, universal background check, 90% of us. we are being held hostage by 50 senators in washington who refuse to even put it to a vote, despite what we, the american people, want. they won't vote on it because they want to hold onto their own power. it's pathetic! i've had enough. >> going live to chase center this morning after a not so golden night for the warriors. the team suffered a loss to the dallas mavericks, 109-119, but now the dubs have a chance to close it out here at home, and send the mavs back to dallas for good. hundreds of fans gathered outside chase center hoping to see the dubs beat the western conference finals. in the meantime a moment of silence was hel before the game
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began to honor the 21 lives lost in that horrific school shooting in uvalde, texas. in our fire watch, the past few days the heat is not doing firefighters any favors, in contra costa county, a quick attack, kept a small brush fire from reaching homes along i-80 in rodeo and a much larger fire in palusa county is 50% contained this morning. it's charred about 600 acres near the sacramento river where helicopters filled up for water drops. flying embers sparked hot fires. no word of serious damage or injuries. a fire tore through a home in vallejo. here's a closer look at what went down yesterday. fire crews had to declare a may day after a smoke explosion at a home on el dorado street made it impossible to account for everyone on the scene. no one was hurt in the
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firefight, the cause is under investigation. we hear about people preparing their homes and businesses for fire season. kpix 5 wilson walker shows us the same is done for marin's water supply. >> we're in a hardwood oakland type forest so crews are removing some douglas fir that are encrocing and the douglas fir can become fuel that move the fire up into the canopy of the forest. >> reporter: on this warm, may afternoon these crews were working their way up a hillside, cutting through a set of problems growing beneath mt. tam for years >> one being the spread of sudden oak death, 10,000 acres are impacted, invasive species in the form of french broom that kohl lonized 1500 acres and encroachment of douglas fir in the absence of natural fire on the landscape. this is an area we recently worked so we have an open woodland that should a fire come through it's not going to burn
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nearly as hospital as if we look off the other side of the road an area that hasn't seen fire since 195. >> reporter: if you make your way around the trails the before and after is obvious. while the areas of work seem random they are targeted. >> down slope behind us one of the water treatment facilities and other side to the south of us is one of the primary drinking water reservoirs. post fire should you get storms and don't have vegetative cover, you'll get loaded with sediment that enters our reveservoirsres. >> reporter: this comes from a program launched in 2019 that gets layered on top of all of the other things throughout the year like the maintenance of the fuel breaks that protect communities in marin county. they can treat about 1,200 acres a year, the district itself is about 22,000 acres. we're here by lake laganitas,
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kpix 5. the as we plunge into a third drought year, california's water board adopted emergency conservation measures. starting in june outdoor wa watering will be banned in subdivisions unless the water is recycled. the ban doesn't apply to privat areas. in june santa clara valley water users are asked to cut their usage by 15%. moving up on the warriors celebration following the defeat against dallas. still spirits are high this morning. we give you a look ahead game five at chase.
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kpix 5 andrea nakano joined us at chase center. >> a chance to send dallas back home for good. >> reporter: thrive city was electric at least in the fourth quarter. the warriors overall came out a thchasr game five. it was a party at thrive city except for a select few who decided to go home after the third quarter. for those who stayed -- they got to see the warriors almost erase a 29-point deficit, but ultimately fall short of pulling off a sweep. i see you have a little broom there, what happened? >> oh, no, still got faith. still we believe. you know what i'm saying? >> we planned on sweeping the mavs up tonight but instead of it just being an outright sweep, we're going to go with the gentleman sweep this time. >> it's hard to close out in four in their house, dallas was
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going to be desperate. you know, it's a gentleman's sweep, we're going to come back here and take them out here and make the fans happy, make san francisco happy. >> reporter: there was a teenie weenie bit of disappointment the warriors couldn't close it out. >> i feel like a little sad but not really because we can't win them all. >> it was a good game. we wish we won, but we had a great time. >> reporter: but for the most part, these fans can't wait for the warriors to come back and finish off the mavs at home. >> i'm kind of happy at the same time maybe we'll get an opportunity to win it at home. >> the warriors will handle business on thursday, mark my words! >> good luck to the mavericks. >> reporter: if you believe all the fans, the warriors will wrap up the western conference finals here on thursday. at chase center, andrea nakano, kpix 5. fans looking on the bright side, that's the spirit. >> do it back at home, what we
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all want anyways. it is 4:45. let's get a check on weather and traffic. >> we start off with jessica burch with the forecast. >> good morning. i'm tired. i'm not going to lie, i'm regretting it now. i'm still waking up. a live look from our beautiful salesforce tower cam, we're waking up to a beautiful sunrise. temperatures today a little bit above average. let's start off with current temperatures. 63 in san francisco. 61 in santa rosa. as we head into this afternoon, temperatures are ranging above average due to high pressure ridging its way officially over our coastline. it will change into the next couple days as the trough starts to dip and the winds push from 'se sigfica for this ou s reason alone. we're starting to see high clouds push in as we head into this afternoon. the coastal fog will fill along our coast, just this afternoon around noon, continuing into the evening hours, even pushing a little bit into the golden gate
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bridge area. with that in mind, let's talk about the temperatures. so much so, we've been dealing with above-average temperatures. concord getting up to 67, that's 18 degrees above where they should be. 19 degrees above where we should be in san jose. we're sitting in the low 90s. on the bright side we cool down significantly as we head into thursday, friday, just in time for the three-day weekend. here's a look at santa clara valley from sunnyvale into los ga gatos, lid to low 90s. no more triple digits which is nice to say. we're dealing with upper 90s near fairfield, pittsburg and brentwood but once we head into the sausalito area, even daly city, more upper 60s/low 70s are in the forecast for us. we are cooling off for thursday and friday, the weekend looking mild, just in time for memorial deal and as we extend into the north bay and inland east bay, more of the same with 70s as
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early as tomorrow. we'll keep you updated in the weather center regarding the gradual cooling trend. gianna, how are things going in. they're moving right along on the roadways, off to a decent start. just the usual stuff if you get ready to make the ride into the altamont pass, it's getting busy. we have super commuters westbound 580, all those headlights headed toward 680/the dublin interchange. you have a slow ride out of tracy getting onto 580 itself. once you're past north flynn you get a break with traffic moving better until you get to 680. bay bridge toll plaza no delays here. no metering lights just yet, moving along fine if you're headed into san francisco, no major brake lights or issues. northbound 880 headed into the maze at the westbound 80 connector we have reports of a crash blocking at least that nd that may slow you down a bit toward the bay bridge b.
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golden gate bridge traffic light coming out of marin county into san francisco and at the san mateo bridge an easy ride between 880 and 101. i mentioned the crash north 880 headed to the maze. here is a look at the nimitz freeway around in oakland around the coliseum, south of the maze and you can see traffic is moving pretty well through here. you'd be hard-pressed to find any delays or issues on the freeways but it's unpredictable. things change. we'll keep you updated. back to you guys. with memorial day weekend approaching the union that represents u.s. park police is warning tourists to stay away from national parklands in san francisco. they are citing severe staffing shortages. the lack of officers patrolling the parks could make them unsafe. the chairman of the police order says a lot has to do with low pay and the high cost of living in the bay area. >> the housing costs in san francisco is obviously way above many other places in the united
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states. our pay does not allow officers to live comfortably or even reasonably. >> until the officer staffing problem is solved, the union says families should visit places like yosemite, monterey or parks north of north reyes. the00turned positive tuesday and the nasdaq and the s&p 500 both remain under some pressure. another coca-cola beverage gets axed from the shelves. cbs' materas mor on the day's business headlines. >> the federal trade comission is launching a probe following reports baby formula sellers were price gouging amid the shortage. the ftc wants to know about any deceptive, fraudulent or unfair business practices aimed as taking advantage of families. hyundai is recalling 239,000 cars because part of the seat
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belt can explode. the issue is with the pretensioner which retracts during a collision to keep the passenger in the seat. three injuries have been reported, two in the u.s. and one in singapore. the recall includes some hyundai ac is ens and elantras. coca-cola is cutting its honest tea product at the end of the year. it says in a statement it's rationalizing its line-up of drinks and prioritizing fewer bigger brands. coke says gold peak and peace tea will anchor its ready-to-drink tea line-up. the company adds its popular honest kids line will still be available. and that is your "cbs money watch" report. for more, head to at the cbs broadcast center, i'm matt piper. straight ahead, i'll
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game five thursday chase center. what happened last night? there was a moment of silence from the tragedy earlier yesterday in uvalde, texas. as for the game, lou da doncic a triple. dallas came out swinging. second quarter doncic, brunson open three, mavericks extended their lead to 15 in the break. start of the second half delayed nearly 20 minutes. that didn't cool down dallas, third quarter, doncic step back right over steph curry, the mavs led by as many as 29. steve kerr had seen enough, pulled the starters but look at this! a corner three by rookie jonathan kominga and the lead is down to eight with 3:30 left. curry and the starters came back but too little too late. doncic drove to the rim, slammed down the dagger and the
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mavericks won it 119-109 and the warriors can put away the brooms. they're coming back to san francisco for game five thursday and nobody more upset about it than charles barbarkley. >> we thought we were on vacation, i got to wear my cheap suits. i'm not wearing my good stuff in no [ bleep ] san francisco. >> we come out and really have nothing to lose so that confidence started early. we didn't really do nothing to slow it down and that's when the avalanche started. >> we cannot get ahead of ourselves. it's 3-1 and going into golden state, it's a tough place to win but we've won there before and we just have to continue to take care of the ball and make shots. >> game five at chase center thursday in a building where the warriors have not lost a home post season game. why don't we pivot to baseball? giants baseball business is what we're talking about on metal
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laball park. the giants trailed 11-8 in the eighth until joc pederson got wet. first giant with a three-homer game at oracle park since pablo and the 2012 world series, and here's how it came down. >> on the ground, we got a play at the plate. the throw, it is not in time! >> giants beat the mets to snap their five-game losing streak. now this lucky a's fan look at this shirt. he's going home with a souvenir, fifth inning, jedery to george kirby the two-run shot for lowery. the a's win 7-5, a 13-game skid against the mariners going back to last season. and shout out stanford women's golf, brooke sei sank this putt to clinch a final win
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against auburn, the top-ranked cardinal will play oregon later on for the natty. the ducks beat san jose in the quarterfinal. so that catches you up on a little sports this morning as we are about to jump on a bird and head back to the bay area for the shows later on today and of course game five at chase center where the warriors they can finally end this. that's a good morning and good day from dallas. >> all righty it is 4:57. coming up on kpix 5 and streaming on "cbs news bay area" -- go are a major increase in the reward to find a missing bay area woman. and the pleas across the nation for gun control this morning. what
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>> announcer: live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> now at 5:00 an outpouring of grief this morning following the deadly school shooting in texas. the steps being taken right now as bay area children prepare to head to class. and the deadly school shooting hitting close to home for warriors head coach steve kerr. why a high-ranking agency is warning people not to come to san francisco for memorial day weekend. golden state didn't quite have the magic last night, still warriors fans are staying hopeful this morning. we will give you a look ahead to game five at chase. it's wednesday, may 25th. i'm amanda starrantino. >> and i'm len kiese. good morning to you. first up a check of traffic and your forecast as we start the day together. good morning to you. >> good morning. still waking up. the sun is on its way, too. >> it is. >> we're all waking up together. it's calm today. the red flag warning is going to


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