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going to the nba finals again. >> they're going again. thrive city goes wild as they bring the nba finals back to the bay. we have team coverage. next up, another trip to the nba finals. >> we'll see you in two weeks when we got that trophy in our
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hands. what a game. >> how does this hit you? six time in last eight years. the warriors are headed to the nba finals. that's right. the 2022 western conference champions tonight behind a big night from klay thompson. he had 32 points in the game. they did it if five. 120 120-110. >> never lost the faith we could get back here. it's a fine line reflected and celebrating this moment for sure. it's definitely special. proud of everybody that is in that locker room that came with
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it all year. we have an opportunity to finish the skrob. we'll see you later on in sports. >> thanks. kpix continues our coverage from chase with dub nation for us. andrea. >> reporter: a lot of excite m here tonight for the fans as the warriors return to finals for first time in three years. they never had a doubt this was going to be a gentleman's sweep.
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>> gentlemen sweep. >> the warriors are nba finals bound for the sixth time in eight years. >> my first playoff game, ever, we're going to finals. >> no doubt. >> reporter: fans got mixed reviews on their performance in the stand during game five. >> i would scream louder at home on my couch than the people are in stands. down by ten, up by ten, cheer n for your team. let's go baby. >> i think it's really close. it's pretty clloud in there. >> it's not oracle. it's chase and they loud.
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>> every one counting them out. it's so awesome. >> let's go warriors. let's go. fans lined up to gear up at this sporting goods store in pleasant hill. the public can left what's left of tickets on saturday. : new video out of san francisco tonight of a window smashing spree in china town. enter rows of cars with their back windows shattered.
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it's unclear if anything was taken or if the vandalism was done for the sake of it. one of the vehicles still had tape on it from a previous window replacement. now to our other top story this evening. the it can school tragedy. gun control groups rallied tonight demanding action in congress. among them, mash shooting survivor, mandy finklestein. she was working as ase wheremisd firing. >> i the fact i have to dom out to silent marches and protests, despite all the work we have put in breaks my heart. >> investigators say the texas school shooter walked right in through an unlocked door. kpix reports tonight grieving parents are raising serious questions about whether more could have been done to stop him. >> reporter: the 18-year-old gunman was inside robb
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elementary in uvalde for an hour before an elite border team shot him. >> multiple rounds are discharged in the school. >> reporter: there's new scrutiny as to whether police took too long to respond to mass shooting that left 19 whirchild and two teachers dead. >> it was confronted a school police officer confronted him. not accurate. >> reporter: the gunman had oaf 200 rounds of ammunition and more in his backpack when he barricaded himself inside a fourth grade classroom. as the whether law enforcement acted appropriately, they will examine whether they followed training and protocols. >> when law enforcement get on scene, they go to sound of gunfire. you go into the situation knowing that you are headed towards danger and you're
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putting your life on the line because that's what you've been sworn to uphold to do. >> reporter: this 9-year-old boy, his identify protected describes what he endured inside his classroom. >> he shot the next person and we have door in the middle and he opened it and then he came in and he crouched a little bit and he said it's time the die. >> reporter: she loved playing soccer with her friend and drawing. uziyah grandfather called him the sweetest little boy he's known. president biden and the first lady will travel to ouvalde on sunday. students from across the country walked out of class demanding lawmakers do more to protect them from gun violence.
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>> there's zip ties and laces in my drawer and kids think i'm prepared but if you wrap thearo , youan't open that >> pay aa english teacher told us she runs lock doin drills every year with her students and knows exactly wh window she would kick out if she had to create an escape route. she is disgusted she has to think about that. >> i signed up so i could help be part of somebody's story of growth and triumph. i didn't sign up to throw my life on the line for them. i would, but i didn't sign up for that. irma garcia was one of two fourth grade 25teachers who die in defense of the shooter. family members say joe garcia had a massive heart attack today. they say his heart was broken.
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the couple had been married for 24 years and had four children. stay with kpix 5 for continuing coverage on air on an streaming. grieving families gathered in san jose to mark one year since a disgruntled employee opened fire at the vta rail yard killing nine employees and then himself. city leaders presented the vt warks an american flag. the same one raised oaf the crime scene following last may's tragedy. for survivors, it feels like yesterday. >> i will cheer him on and continue to be his biggest fan for as long as i am here. i would have given anything to
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take those bullets from him. dpl the family of shooting victim is the latest the file a wrongful death lawsuit. they accused vta and a private security firm of failing to protect the victims despite the documented threats and dismy mnar issue. vta says it's focusing on the continued healing of ourp employees and families of our deceased co-workers. we'll address lawsuit claims at a more appropriate time. calls for action on the street of san francisco after a pair of pedestrian deaths. the one thing advocates said could change everything. chase center wasn't the only france sports venue packed today. the commencement at oracle park that some grads waited years for.
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a spot whe mary and henderson. they were visiting from florida when a crash in the street sent a taxi careening into them on the sidewalk. they are among ten pedestrians to die from san francisco so far this year. >> we definitely have to slow our streets. we know that speed is the number one factor. >> let's take a live look where covid is taking a toll on shipping traffic. contra costa county opened up four test to street sites. people who test pos ti can get a prescription antiviral on the spot.
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we are counting down to carnival. kpix 5 is a proud sponsor. we see the head lining act is ready to get festival goers moving and shaking to latin rock. >> one, two, one, two.xplosive latin work filled this hayward recording studio. the ten piece bay area band is doing its final rehearsal before they take over the bigs stage on sunday. >> i was born and raised in san francisco. it means a lot. wii coming home. it's a big part of the cultural tradition and part of cultural preservation because san francisco is changing very much. >> to be asked to play and see the reaction we're getting from
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it, it's pretty exciting. i have to pinch myself when i see the fellas i'm playing it. these guys are so great. they have been around the world, platinum records, gold records. the oldest member is 6837 the youngest, 26. >> i started playing music because of carnival. >> i think it's very special to have a group that really represents the root of what the mission is about, headlining this festival again. i think it's a way to reaffirm what the music is about, what the city is about. >> the group was forced to
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cancel 15 shows when the pan demonstrate hick it. they hope the reach, like its members, will span generations. perhaps maybe introduce the band to people who haven't heard your music yet. >> a lot of young people. a will the of young people whose parents grew up playing malo music in their house. >> we get up there and perform, improvise. we go up there and give it our all. >> catch our live coverage sunday morning at 10:00 on cbs news pay area. paul, hopefully the weather will cooperate for them. >> it should be okay. i think we'll see more sunshine
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on sunday without the fog maybe inte interfering. it's going to be cool. >> of course, it's san francisco. in it's san francisco in lay may. you would expect toyota be cool. >> very little clothing i would add at the parade. it may be cool. slaktly cooler temperatures inland. there's an outside chance the the dry cold front may not be entirely dry. it's a 10 to 20% chance of rain. by rain, i mean a dcouple of sprinkles. don't cancelfully out door plans. just be aware there might be a couple of rogue sprinkles.
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the fog will spread out as when he had through the rest o of tonight. another morning with dense fog. we'll see a little more sunshine peaking through clouds. more of a if i can of clouds and sunshine. spots inland that only climbed up to the upper 60s, you should return to the 70s. there's the cloud cover a bit farther off the ground but it's still out there and will be widespread. mid touper 50s for most temperatures. high temperatures tomorrow will be kwloesclose the normal. the south end reaching the 70s. mid-70s in the santa clara valley. mid touper 70s inland. just a very warm spot touching 80 degrees. big change from the hot temperatures we had the past couple of days.
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temperatures will stay pretty consistent. a bit of cool down for san jose. the winds will turn to the knot w -- northwest. temperatures will warm up for memorial day with the warm up continuing tuesday and wednesday. the warmest days will push inland to the mid to upper 80s. i don't think we'll see any widespread 90s in the forecast any time soon. take atit away. sf straight ahead in sports. look around, say hello to the western kmps champions, introducing the new 3-for-1 bundle. only from xfinity. it's unlimited internet, streaming, and xfinity mobile all for what you could pay wireless companies
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i've lived in san francisco for 20 years. i'm raising my kids here. this city is now less safe for all of us. chesa boudin is failing to hold repeat offenders accountable. he prosecuted zero fentanyl drug dealing cases, even though nearly 500 people have died of overdoses. i'm voting yes on h to recall chesa boudin now. we can't wait one more day when people are dying on our streets.
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nba playoffs up top and guess who earned ed themselves days off. how about your western conference champion, golden state warriors as a result of tonight. let's roll it up where we have mavericks big man. he was ready for game 5. it was a game six heroics for
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him pu how about game 5 clay tho thompson. a circus shot and one. green scored 17 on sick or seven shooting. bub is up 18. thomp sop again. this time stayed hot. luka who has a rough start got the role. it didn't drop. golden state op the break. the pass behiennd the back numb. he have spotted with a little oaf a minute left. part of a 15-0 dallas run. cut the deficit to eight. luka, 15 in that quarter. andrew wiggins drove baseline and forget it. they pushed the league back to
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12. looney was there. he grabbed 18 rebounds. gave thompson a final chance fp warriors won it, 120-110. golden state is headed o the nba finals fsix times in the last eight years. >> it's definitely a moment i will especially you tonight with my family and prends. they were there during the dog b days. it was painful at times but i saw this in sight and kept going. just proud of not only my eft but our whole team. >> after being counted out and to get back here, it's fantastic. in six times in eight years. y i don't know what to say. it takes an e mor nous amount of
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skill and determine neigh and work. i couldn't be prouder of our guys. >> it's okay to celebrate this one and understand we still got work to do. it's pretty good. >> mark your calendars. game one of the fnba finals is right here, next thursday, june 2nd. we have the oakland a's. double in the left field. eli white scored. the ranger rally and won it. final of 4-1. the giants were off. they anticipate up a serious at cincinnati, that will be on
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tomorrow. you know what, i've got some confetti. wii going to enjoy it too. >> that's right. you've been working hard following this team arp. great to get it big w. this is going to be such an exciting few weeks. keep going. you got it. the effort is there. >> that's right. >> fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math
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behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless. and in virginia, arizona, and other states, fanduel and draftkings use loopholes to pay far less than was promised. sound familiar? it should. it's another bad scheme for california.
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warriors fans were celebrating at chase. these grads were celebrating a long awaited walk across the stage at oracle park. >> we did it. >> you did it. the classes of 2020 and 202 1 finally got to collect their diplomas in person after the pandemic shut their commencements down.
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congratulations. we're so proud of you both. what an accomplishment. congrats to those graduates as well as the class of
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>> more than half of americans who say that they can't name a single asian-american public figure, 58 portion actually, according to a survey of more than 5,000 u.s. residents, and that is up more than 10 points from last year. ( sighs ) >> thanks, boys! ( sighs ) >> thanks, boys! here we go. again!


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