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wildfire explodess in mariposa county. >> a jury decided that the death of terrell wilson, the man shot by a sheriff's deputy last year, was a homicide. good evening. >> wilson's family is calling on the district attorney to file charges against officer andrew hall.
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>> criminal prosecution. the man killed two people. i think it's important for the family to have that. >> wilson died in 2021 when hall confronted him. hall was responding to a report of someone flowing rocks on to 680. his body camera video shows wilson holding a knife. they say the deputy failed to identify that wilson was mentally ill. >> the change is to be trained
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how best to respond. >> earlier this year, the sheriff of the county sent a letter out to his staff defending his officer. the sheriff was responding to the d.a.'s decision to sentence hall to six years in prison for another shooting where a different man died. he said, for our district attorney to charge a deputy sheriff or any peace officer for a crime based on a split second tactical decision is abhorrent. >> it's biased. the sheriff and the coroner are one. >> other families who lost loved ones while in police custody say this is a flawed approach. they are pushing for legislation to split up the two offices. >> that bodycam footage is training video on whatn not to do. >> the district attorney declined to comment. >> a growing wildfire is prompting evacuations. the so-called oak fire started
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at 2:00 off highway 140. this is near mid pines. around 4:00, it burned 60 acres. two hours later, it exploded to 1,300 acres. mandatory evacuations are in place from highway 140 to dara. >> in the last hour, 660 acres. it doubled in size in the last hour. >> that estimate is about 30 to 45 minutes old. five hours ago, this wasn't anything. now it's approaching 2,000 acres. check on the weather condionin left-hand side. zoom into the oak fire to the northeast of the community of mariposa. the temperature is hot. 92, humidity around 10%. winds aren't that strong. sustained at eight miles an hour. gusting to 17 miles an hour. it's still strong enough to complicate the effort of the fire crews as they are trying to
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get containment on this. this is one of the latest views from the alert cameras. you can see the volume of smoke. this is the live view. you can see, this is a large footprint of the fire. the fire crews are going to have to try to take advantage of another 90 minutes of daylight to do air drops and try to at least get some containment. 0% contained right now. evacuations are under way. we will look at the bay area's forecast into the weekend coming up. the governor signed a first of its kind gun control measure. it allows californians to sue makers of assault rieflz and ghost guns next year. attigh ol three years a she n law.shthher friend and anoth classmate was shot by a classmate using a ghost gun. >> these unmarked, untraceable, built it yourself fire arms were
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the fastest growing public safety threat in our country. anyone with a credit card, the skills to build an ikea dresser and spak time can make the same gun that took the lives of two classmates and changed mine forever. >> the california law is modelled after the texas law which allows private citizens to sue those who help women get abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. newsome argues long they recognize the texas law, this new gun law will also remain constitutional. >> the supreme court opened the door. the supreme court said this was okay. it was a terrible decision. these are the rules that they have established. >> the governor released a new ad in texas newspapers taking aim at their governor greg abbott for his record on guns and abortions. earlier this month, he ran ads
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criticizing rhoon desantis. two children in the u.s. have been diagnosed with monkeyibility pox. one is a toddler in california. the child was in close contact with an adult with a confirmed infection. no other information has been released. the doctor tells us at this point there's no increased threat to children and they are taking the same treatment as adults. >> the bay area is the driving force behind california's job gains. new numbers show the bay area produced three-quarters of all the jobs added in california. santa clara, they had the biggest gains. california added nearly 20,000 jobs in june. for the fourth straight month, job gabes were smaller than the previous month. the unemployment rate dropped to 4.2%. that's the lowest since february of 2020. joe coy was awarded the key to daly city, the setting for his new movie. it stars a nearly all filipino
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cast. we spoke to people in the community about the importance of seeing themselves represented. >> you know it's a big day when the fog lifts and reveals blue skies. >> i'm going to put this on my key chain. >> that's joe coy receiving the keys to daly city. putting an almost entirely filipino american cast on the big screen. >> my mom came to this country, there was no google, there was no facebook, no instagram. she had to find her community. >> standing next to joe on the diaz is council woman minalo. she was the first pfilipino american mayor of the city. >> literally bringing others along with you. >> for so long, i never saw a
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complete set of filipino american actors on tv. i'm ecstatic. >> it's an experience of representation. she and other filipinos didn't have it growing up. even in daly city, where 37% of the population can trace their heritage back to the philippines. >> my 3-year-old son, my 1 1/2-year-old daughter can literally go into the movie theater and see a reflection of themselves and also a reflection of their grandmother and their father and their uncle and aunt. >> those experiences that until now were only seen in the homes of filipino americans are getting the silver screen treatment. >> it hits so many levels, inter-generationally. this moment is huge for not only the young but it's also all the
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way to the elders. >> a father and son road trip. >> it's not just about filipinos but all families. a bridge across the cultural divide. >> i didn't want to just let the people know that only filipinos can get this. when you leave, you will be like, that mom is just like my mom. that kid is just like my kid. >> easter sunday the movie opens on august 5th at theaters nationwide. here people are reserving tickets for opening weekend. >> they convinced me. worth me getting a baby-sitter. still to come, a reprieve for residents of a homeless encampment in oakland. two years after a fire, how part of the state's oldest park is coming back to life by welcoming back visitors. the kristin smart murder
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loaded with our world famous pastrami, sauteed mushrooms, roasted red peppers, and smothered with melty american cheese. the new pastrami cheese steak. try steak or chicken, too. now at togo's here's why tribal leaders urge you to vote yes on prop 27. the act provides hundreds of millions every year for permanent solutions to homelessness, mental health and addiction in california. prop 27 supports financially disadvantaged tribes
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that don't own big casinos. by taxing and regulating online sports betting for adults 21 and over, we can protect tribal sovereignty and finally do something about homelessness in california. vote yes on prop 27.
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beautiful shot of the valley. an earthquake shaking butte county. it was south of orville. be ready. we have an earthquake planning page on our website. an emotional day of testimony in the trial of paul and rubin flores. several close relatives including her parents and younger brother took the stand. they details the last moments they had with her. tensions were running high between the flores family attorney and her family as the
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lawyer warned to not be fooled by the evidence against paul and his father rubin. as the trial continues, they move into the part of kristin's college life and the events that led to her disappearance. be on lookout after a spike in high-end wristwatch robberies. they noticed two dozen since the beginning of the year. this isn't just san francisco. this issue is happening statewide. to avoid being the next victim, police say, be mindful of your surroundings. a judge is extending a restraining order against cal tran to clear the massive wood street encampment in oakland. the site has been a concern because of numerous fires there, including a deadly one in april. this week, people filed a restraining order. a judge extended the order to give cal trans more time to come up with a plan for where they will go. the camp will eventually have to be cleared out.
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in santa rosa, crews started to clear out a homeless encampment. the people living there now are being moved into a homeless shelter. those chooting not to relocate, will have to move out on their own by 8:00 a.m. tuesday. the encamment shut down a half mile section of the trial along highway 12 restricting access. the county is promising to reopen access within one week of the encampment clearing out. two years removed from the fire that burned and scorched the santa cruz mountains, big bayson state park coming back. it's none for its giant sequoia trees. the park has been closed to the public since 2020 where roughly 97% of the park was scorched. that's 22,000 acres. despite a couple of
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accessibility changes, this is the same park visitors have come to love. >> i'm so grateful that this many trees are still here. i didn't know. when we came, it could have been a desert. we didn't know what to expect. >> so many are still standing. you can see the new growth coming back on the trees. it's really fantastic to see that. >> a couple of changes to the park. the need for parking reservations and none will be available without one. limited access to a majority of the park. let's take a look outside. we are -- look at the fog rolling in right there. a little haze as the sun is setting on the golden gate bridge. >> few things you can count on. death, taxes and the fog. the old friend that invites itself to dinner pretty much every night. >> we can see the whole bridge this evening, which has not been the case for the past several evenings. that fog is going to reform and roll through the golden gate, across the bay, into the inland
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valleys through the rest of tonight. it's breezy around the bay and along the coast. those winds will die down as we head through the rest of tonight. it's going to be a normal july weekend. near average high temperatures. back and forth dance we do with the fog spreading into the inland valley and backing up to the coast by midday each day. the one change in the forecast next week, we will see more cloud cover overhead. nothing more than that. it's high enough in the atmosphere and without a trigger to prompt any thunderstorms to develop. that's the good news. keep an eye for the outside threat, but it doesn't look like a big concern. we look to the west. there's the fog. 60 in san francisco. 64 in oakland. coolish around the water. nice inland. temperatures in the 70s in san jose. concord is warmer. not bad for a july evening. the fog, once it gets its act together, it's going to push into the inland valleys by tomorrow morning. it backs up out of the valleys quickly.
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people are reluctant to break up around the bay and the coast. we will see the sun breaking through the clouds midday. temperatures tonight, into the low to mid 50s. cool in the north bay valleys, upper 40s. temperatures in the east bay around 60. not bad. a little below average, but it's free air conditioning. open up the windows. tomorrow, two or three below average near the water. around normal farther in. near 60 along the coast. it's going to be tough to shake the gray skies overhead. temperatures in the 70s around the south end of the bay andpen. mostly 80s inland and east bay until farthest east. temperatures are likely reach low, mid 90s. below 100 degrees. we will take that in july. low 60s in san francisco. upper 60s for oakland and the
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east bay. low to mid 80s in the north bay. every mile you go north, farther away from the marine influence, temperatures will get hotter. it's going to be hot in the central valley. the california state fair, be ready to sweat. hydrate. 100 degrees for a high temperature on sunday. temperatures around the bay area, not changing a lot. we warm up a couple degrees for the second half of the weekend. we wobble around a little bit. the theme remains the same. we do have the additional cloud cover for the bay area tuesday through friday. those clouds are in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere. natural shade from time to time. it's going to be high enough in the atmosphere, i don't think you will notice any increase in mugginess. something else to keep an eye on. >> thanks. a mcdonald's drive-thru,
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hear how one restaurant is accommodating horses and their owners. join us for our 7:00 a.m. weekday newscast, live on cbs news bay area.
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just in time for the summer trip to the beach, a study found a population boom for young
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great white sharks in northern california waters. >> they like the water in santa cruz county. the shark lab says they are seeing a specific increase in juvenile great white sharks. they are four to nine feet long and usually are not a threat to humans, usually. the larger great whites are more likely to mistake a human for marine mammals. researchers say, climate change, huge contributor to the population increase, which is causing warmer waters in the bay. fast food with a western twist. horse back riders are so common in one northern california city, one local mcdonald's is making it easier for riders to come to eat. they added a hitching post to the restaurant allowing riders to tie up their horses while they grab a bite instead of maneuvering through the drive-thru. >> we have people take pictures.
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we have kids that stop and want to pet the horses and stuff. have you seen anything like this before? >> not at a mcdonald's. >> the restaurant says they have become a prime photo spot. people are stopping by to get a few views of the horses. >> just when you thought you had seen it all. the jackpot climbs to another record. hear how people would spend all the money.
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seen this ad? it's not paid for by california tribes. it's paid for by the out of state gambling corporations that wrote prop 27. it doesn't tell you 90% of the profits go to the out of state corporations. a tiny share goes to the homeless, and even less to tribes. and a big loophole says, costs to promote betting reduce money for the tribes, so they get less. hidden agendas. fine print. loopholes. prop 27. they didn't write it for the tribes or the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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loaded with our world famous pastrami, sauteed mushrooms, roasted red peppers, and smothered with melty american cheese. the new pastrami cheese steak. try steak or chicken, too. now at togo's in half an hour, somewhere someone could be a multi-millionaire. the numbers are being read tonight. >> get ready. after failing to get a winner tuesday, with the pot jumping another $100 million, it may be the last chance to win big. players are envisioning what life would be like $600 million
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richer. >> houses, cars. like celebrities. >> i would split the money with my children. i would give money to charity. i would do anything my heart desires. >> at $660 million, it's the third largest in history. ninth of all time. >> coming up at 8:00, the cutoff for entry is at 7:45. you have less than 20 minutes. a chance to win. >> i think it's 300 million to one. >> that's the chances? >> that's your chance. >> there's your chance.
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