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>> announcer: live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> donlan ong out m g ar stream cbs bay area, gabe kaplan joins steve kerr in denouncing gun violence. a fire gutted an east bay church that took decades to build. it is a test of faith for the congregation. manager right now. >> [ bleep ]. >> a customer caught on camera behaving badly at a bay area restaurant. this morning, the owner tells us scenes like this are making another problem even worse. good morning. it is saturday, may 28th. thank you so much for joining us. i'm devin fehely. let's start with a check of the
weather with meteorologist darren peck. >> i'll use the giant window on the bay to show how the view is different. this is the peninsula. so gray, we've gotten light mist out of this, especially if you're near the coast. it is not raining, but don't be surprised if the roadways seem damp from it. meanwhile, that's the view of the south bay, where there is plenty of blue sky. this is thejority of us, away f peninsula or north bay. you have high clouds. by the way, that's the view from the top of the salesforce tower right now. we're in the mid to upper 50s out there now. day time td 70s, part lly cldy a se wel look at that a thet of the three-day weekend. devin, back to you. in general, there is an idea that sports and politics don't mix. sports are supposed to be entertainment, a diversion. it ignores a history of activism
in athletic. enter gabe kapler, the giants manager. he's standing up by sitting down. >> reporter: the giants are on the road right now, but for the foreseeable future, even here at home, skipper gabe kapler says he is going to protest during the national anthem. >> i don't plan on come out for the anthem going forward until i feel like there's -- i feel better about the direction of our country. >> reporter: giants manager gabe kapler was brief but to the point during the pregame interview with reporters friday. >> i don't expect it to move the needle necessarily. it's just something that i feel strongly enough about to take that step. think i -- the rest of what i wrote i think explains the rest of that, yeah. >> reporter: it was on kapler's blog titled "home of the brave" where he explained his reasons for not participating in the lt
dropping to his knees but froze during the anthem on the day of the uvalde day shooting. he wrote about a lesson he learned from his father to protest when he's dissatisfied with the country. his stance comes on the heels of another head coach, warriors steve kerr, making a passionate plea for gun control. >> when are we going to do something? ♪ last gleaming ♪ >> reporter: kerr did stand during the national anthem before his team won game five to become western conference champions. he is a victim of gun violence himself. his father was assassinated when he was only 18 years old. >> but i want every person here, every person listening to this, to think about your own child or grandchild or mother or father or sister, brother. how would you feel if this happened to you today? we can't get numb to this. >> reporter: in san francisco, andrea nakano, kpix 5. lawmakers are working through the weekend to try to
find common ground on gun re.hn corn is tatest athe suggn of minority leader mitch mcconnell. >> i expect there will be an informed debate about reforms we can make. i look forward to participating in those discussions. >> the group is mostly focused on red flag laws in which guns can be temporarily taken away from people considered to be a threat to themselves or to others. in a developing story, new body camera video surfaced showing a police shooting that left two men dead in san francisco. a warning, this video might be a little difficult to watch. [ yelling ] [ gunshots ] >> back, back, back, back! >> one of the men died at the scene, the other died at the hospital. the shooting happened on may 19th under the 280 overpass near mariposa and owens.
they were struggling at a homeless encampment. one man had a knife. body camera videos shows several officers ordering the man to drop that knife. >> within seconds, mr. mckinnon again brought the knife point up and then downward towards mr. mendoza in a stabbing motion at least two times while officers continued to give commands to drop the knife. >> officers eventually opened fire, hitting both men. police say they will not draw any conclusions about whether the officers acted within department policy until a full investigation is completed. an east bay religious community is reeling after an inferno tore through their pittsburgh church, leaving the building a total loss. the church took decades to build. kpix's wilson walker spoke with members as they try to look to the future. >> we've been here since about 4:00 this morning when i heard the news that the church was caught on fire.
we all kind of surprised and shocked, yeah. >> reporter: nearly ten hours after the fire started, flames were still jumping from the partially collapsed building. finally knocking the fire down required so much water and produced so much runoff that public works crews struggled to keep the storm drains clear. >> my son was born in this church. i got married in this church. this has been a spiritual haven for us for many years. >> it's hit us hard. we've done so much work on the sanctuary for 22 years, building it up. for this to happen, absolutely tragic. >> reporter: pentecostal spent more than 20 years rebuilding this old movie theater, transforming it into their own sanctuary. today, many came through to see the aftermath for themselves and offer each other support.
>> even to pray. these are very difficult times, of course. saying why, why, why? i don't know why. you know, it's normal to question why things happen. >> every now and then, we go through trials and tribulations. it shows that it brings out the best in us. >> reporter: church leaders say they do not yet know the road ahead, but they will meet as soon as this weekend to discuss the first steps. the congregation says there is no question they will somehow move ahead. >> we are definitely going to move forward, and god is going to give us a victory. we believe, we're trusting that everything is going to work out for our good in the end. >> you know, they're very positive, people of faith. they believe we're going to build back better. we're going to move forward and build something greater than before. so i'm very happy with their spirit. >> reporter: church leadership has solved one immediate
problem, and that is where to gather on sunday. they've received an invitation to hold those services at pittsburgh high school. we are here in pittsburgh. wilson walker, kpix 5. scary moments last night at a graduation ceremony in walnut creek. a grass fire broke out just behind the football field. here's a wider view from a wildfire camera. the good news is crews were able to knock down the fire before it did real damage. fireworks may have set it off. this morning, caught on camera, customers behaving badly. in the video, an angry customer can be seen berating and attacking a san francisco restaurant worker. if you can believe it, it was all over an order of french fries. restaurant owner told kpix 5's betty yu, it's just one ugly example of a much larger problem. >> grab your manager right now. >> reporter: you can hear the customer demand to speak to a manager at a my savory hot dogs at stones town mall in san francisco. seconds later, she grows
impatient and starts throwing whatever she can grab on the counter. the owner of the food court eatery said his employee accidentally rang the customer up for chili cheese fries instead of regular cheese fries, a difference of cents fries and another item, the customer came back. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this time, she threw her drink at the cashier, cursed at her, and yelled, "sorry, not sorry" on her way out. >> sorry, not sorry! >> i don't think people realize how hard it is to do customer service at a restaurant. you know, i've had our employees get yelled at, you know, get called names. for whatever reason, i noticed the employees that have english as a second language, they get picked on a lot more. >> reporter: this is not the first time the owner says his employees have dealt with angry or irrational customers. last year, we did a story on a customer who spit at the cashier at the san jose location.
>> asked her politely to put on a mask, and she refused. >> reporter: he'd just opened this location six weeks ago. >> i don't know if we can open some days because it is hard to find employees. >> reporter: he described this employee as hard working, juggling two jobs. she hasn't returned to work since the trauma. betty yu, kpix 5. time now is 7:10. still ahead and streaming on cbs news bay area, rent is skyrocketing. tips on how you can try to get a better monthly rate. while the warriors await their nba finals opponent, wait until you hear how many fans are already waiting in the ticket line. a live look outside before we head to break. we'll be right back.
welcome back. the time now is 7:13. the cost of housing continues to climb, and renters are really getting squeezed. you can blame the usual suspects, inflation, in combination with high demand and low inventory. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger has some tips. get the best rate possible. >> reporter: rents are red hot. rents are up 17% from a year ago as of april. the increases are tough to take, but landlords say they're just making up for big drops amid covid. if your lease is up for renewal, do some research to get a sense
of the current market. then talk to your landlord well in advance of the end date. be gracious. you love where you live, you've been a good payer, and you want to stick around. see if you can limit the rental increase by signing a longer lease, or if you expect to earn more money later in the year, ask for a delay in the new price. remember, the cost of moving could be higher than the rent increase. in some areas, you can apply for vouchers or try to enter a lottery for rent controlled or stabilized units. those are available for those who have earned below a certain amount of money. different cities set different allowed increases, they're generally linked to inflation. not always though. these ordinances usually apply to apartments, not single family homes, condos, co-ops or subsidized housing of any kind. check out the housing authority rules in the town or city where you live. jill schlesinger, cbs news, new york. games one and two will be at chase center, and finals tickets
go on sale to the general public at 2:00 this afternoon. kpix 5's shawn chitnis spoke with fans hoping to score a seat. >> reporter: before the general public can start to buy tickets to game one of the nba finals, fans were at thrive city trying to get some of the latest arrivals at the team shop before >>hae s sellto >> reporter: henry winford wished he'd come earlier friday morning to the warriors shop. >> they like to come and buy up everything. >> okay. >> and i don't like to be last. >> reporter: it is a tradition each year to get something new to add to their warriors wardrobe when the team is up for another championship. >> i didn't decide to buy the playoff tickets this time. >> reporter: even with season tickets, they don't think they'll be able to spend the money needed to see their team in person during the finals. >> no. >> no. it's high this year. >> reporter: presale started friday morning for season ticketholders. additional presale continues through tomorrow morning.
the general public gets a chance for games one, two, and five on saturday at 2:00 p.m. >> never got a look at the tickets tomorrow. >> reporter: these fans hope to be there for game one. they haven't looked at the prices, but they know they have to spend a lot to watch in person. >> that's expected already. [ laughter ] >> reporter: while the public is encouraged to buy tickets from the warriors website, prices already listed on ticket master show some of the cheaper seats were $600 to $1,000 depending on the game. >> hoping to see the finals in the arena. >> reporter: all the fans in the shop seemed confident how the warriors will do in the finals but weren't opposed to asking for help. >> we can only pray and -- only the man can tell, man, you know? if they're all in sync, it's all good. >> reporter: before game one, they want to enjoy this moment. >> it's been a long time coming. you know, everything we went through for the last three years, all the injuries, the new people, the adjustments. >> reporter: reporting at chase
center, shawn chitnis, kpix 5. >> here's the schedule for the first four games of the finals. game one is thursday at chase center. game two is sunday at chase. on june 8th and 10th, either in boston or miami, depending who wins the east. we have eurocyour coverage on kpix.com as well as streaming on cbs news bay area. a live look outside. let's check in with first alert meteorologist darren peck with what weather we can expect this holiday weekend. >> that was the camera across santa clara valley. want to show you more to give you an idea of how the morning is playing out differently. front lines, golden gate bridge, plenty of gray. it's been that way along the coast. let's look at a couple other cameras. that's golden gate where we've gotten light
mist. nothing measurable. don't be surprised along the coast, the hills in the peninsula, and you notice the roads are damp. the clouds have been just misting out a little bit with a minor little assist from a weak weather system that will try to bring light rain to the north bay later today. we'll look at that in a few seconds. won't have a big impact on the weekend, but it is interesting nonetheless. walnut creek. clouds spilling over the hills but not obscuring the view. tri valley, that's you. low clouds made it into the tri valley. looking at the split along 580 and 680 over dublin and pleasanton. that's the scene in the south bay. we start out comfortably temperature wise. the clouds never go away completely today. the futurecast taking us through saturday afternoon. the marine lay er hangs on at te golden gate. alc alcatraz, the city, the east bay, clouds hang on.
plenty of blue sky, don't get me wrong. it'll be like the tour we just did. today is going to look like that much of the day. day time highs, low to mid 70s if you're inland. mid to upper 60s along the bay shoreline. santa rosa, we'll be watching the temperature. likely won't get out of the mid to upper 60s today. that's rain now from a weather system off the far northwest coast. first alert doppler sees it there. futurecast shows us it wants to bring light rain into the early afternoon and early evening. close-up look at that, you'll see the showers that fall apart along the north bay as we get into the late afternoon and early evening tonight. if we get any rain out of that, it'd be really light. doubt you'd notice a lot. the clouds are going to stick around as a result. we don't get anything measurable from it. that's saturday. sunday, it gets breezy. as we look at the forecast for carnival, there is no rain in the forecast. going to be more blue sky than anything else. of course, in the mission, it is always going to be sunnier than most other locations in the city anyway. read the fine print down here.
it will be breezy. you can see that play out as we look at sunday. onshore flow will pick up. watch the screen light up. mission getting a 22 mile an hour gust on sunday afternoon going into the evening. we'll likely see that breeze for most locations that are near the water on sunday. whether it is coast or bay shoreline. rest of the forecast looks great, including the memorial day when the winds will have calmed down. we'll clear the skies out. monday looks great. it is noticeably warmer by the time we get to the middle of the next week with day time highs climbing to near 90 for inland valleys by wednesday. back to you. what's going on, everybody? sports is coming up after the break. here's a little tease of what we have for you. bay area baseball teams were in action last night. who will the warriors face in the nba finals? do we know yet? the nhl playoffs, an unbelievable ending to a series that you're going to have to see to believe. it's ins
i'm charlie walter. golden state is back in the nba finals for the sixth time in eight years. now, the dubs have a crucial week of rest ahead of game one thursday. who are the warriors going to face? draymond green thinks he knows the answer. >> how long we been, draymond? >> you asking who i want to play. i'll tell you who i think we're going to play. we're going to play boston. >> okay. >> that's who we're going to play. >> thank you. that's the draymond i know. >> well, the celtics, can they prove draymond right? five minutes to go. ball movement, the extra pass. there's white, and he knocks down the triple. boston had their first lead of the second half. jimmy butler, he was fantastic. as the shot clock expires, nails it. he finished with 47 points, 9 rebounds, and 8 assists. the heat win, 111-103. they tie the series at three. do-or-die game seven in miami sunday.
28 of the giants' next 31 games are against teams with a losing record. starting last night with the worst team in the majors. cincinnati reds. the loyal giants fans hung around despite a little 2-hour rain delay. a long 2-hour rain delay. carlos rodon on the mound, and . 5-1, reds win it. san francisco had silent bats all night. giants now 24-20 on the season. party in the coliseum outfield. the texas rangers in town this weekend. a's up, 4-3, third inning. will he give that party a souvenir? left center field. it's off the allstate sign. texas rallies back. two outs. they need one more, and they don't get it. two runners come in on the single up the middle. it's all texas needed.
six unanswered. they win it. college baseball now. this cal fan showing off the guns at the pac-12 tournament. cal needed to beat ucla to advance. gorson slaps the go-ahead run to center field in the top of the tenth. ucla winners, 9-7. cal ends the season 29-27. college softball. stanford hosting oregon state in the best of three super regionals. second inning, madison simon puts a charge into one, and it just clears the left center field fence. the underdog beavers get the job done in game one with a 3-1 victory. the cardinal will have to win the next two to advance, starting with game two today. okay. insane finish in the nhl playoffs. the blues needed a win to force a game seven against the avalanche. tied with under 10 seconds. looks like overtime. darren helm says, series over. no free hockey for you, blues
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