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♪ ♪ now at 11:00, hundreds of thousands of music fans gathering in san francisco for outside lands weekend. we have all the excitement from day one and the festival forecast, plus. >> i never felt so scared in my life. >> chinatown merchants calling for action after a string of recent crimes. the response to their demand. after 25 years, a beloved bay area cheese shop is shutting down, why customers shouldn't get too upset. an actress critically injured after crashing her home into a southern california home. we'll have the investigation and video from the moments before the wreck. good evening, i'm elisabeth
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cook. >> streaming on "cbs news bay area." >> looking live from san francisco where chinatown business owners demanded action from law enforcement leaders tonight after a recent vstring f break-ins and blurgs. betty yu has a response from the police and d.a. >> reporter: there have been ten commercial burglaries in chinatown. we saw a volunteer muralist painting plywood outside dim sum corner. someone stole two cash registers. a nearby bistro was also hit this week. cash and ipads stolen. glass smashed. >> i never felt so scared in my life, walking home at night. in the old days, i used would walk home midnight, 1:00, 2:00
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in the morning and it's safe. but now i have to be aware of surroundings. i got my pepper spray. >> reporter: at a dinner to celebrate the promotions, crime was top of mind. >> we got to deal with vandalism. >> reporter: sfpd central station's dennis farmer said he's prioritizing chinatown and adding co adding plain clothes individuals. >> they made a stop on an individual. i don't know if it was related to the break-ins. sfpd also acknowledged a strong partnership with newly-appointed d.a. brooke jenkins. >> the last few years we've sent a message to people inside san francisco and outside of san
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francisco that you get a free pass if you commit crime here. and it's going to take some time for people to figure out that's no longer the case. >> we're super hopeful the new d.a. will be going in the same direction we are. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix 5. ♪ ♪ outside lands is back in san francisco with hundreds of thousands of music fans expected to pack golden gate park this weekend. >> tonight our sardonchey spoke with fans and one of the performers. and everybody is rheteady to le loose. >> reporter: the sun was shining friday afternoon at outside lands at one of san francisco's largest and biggest parties. >> a great place to make new friends and eat food, enjoy music and have a great time. >> reporter: friday's headliners draw big crowds.
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fans were not shy about who they came to see. telling us their favorites was one thing, but seeing them. ♪ my darling ♪ ♪ i will follow you into the sun rise ♪ >> 21 minutes, 20 more minutes. >> reporter: but if you'd rather leave it to the professionals, we found them, too. it is an honor to perform at golden gate park. >> feels really peaceful, like serene, beautiful environment. good vibes for today. >> reporter: despite not having any covid restrictions, the festival is happening with the backdrop of multiple public emergencying. >> i'm not worried about motorcycle. i just finished having covid. i'm ready to go. >> reporter: 30 breweries are participating.
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>> nobody's going hungry, nobody's going thirsty, and hopeful lit the weather's going to cooperate. >> let's take a live look at san jose. temperatures are still running in the 60s. only made it into the 80s for the warmest spots. 83 in san jose. temperature climbed up to 70 in san francisco, a few degrees above average and reached the mid-60s in pacifica. temperatures in the mid-60s on saturday. downtown temperatures will be a few degrees warmer in this varying geography. if you're heading to stern grove, similar temperatures. low 60s in the afternoon. a couple degrees cooler when the gates open up. take a look at the rest of the forecast and a little warmup igon neighborhood say they're
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also fed up with crime and the oakland police department. just this past week, at least seven shops were robbed or burglarized in and around international plaza, including several restaurants, a supply store and a laundromat. it took hours for police to respond to the calls, and the owners met today to discuss how to step up security without the help of police. >> i think it's really sad that it takes such a long time for police to respond. we're talking to business owners are going network camera, network lights. >> oakland police recently assigned a liaison officer to the little saigon district. the health department is investigating the first possible case of monkeypox in a city jail. the sheriff's office says the potential case was scodiscovere after the infected person was recently arrested. they are now in isolation.
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more monkeypox cases are popping up in sonoma county. 17 have been confirmed, up from six cases ten days ago. the county had received 820 doses of the vaccine. as early as this weekend, the senate could vote on president biden's proposal for health care. they have signaled support and they would invest $733 billion in energy and climate programs. >> a new jobs report shows the u.s. economy remains red hot. the u.s. economy had 538,000 jobs in july. and while wages grew by more than 5% in july that is correct is still far behind the rate of inflation. that means many workers are making more but living with less. >> a lot of people are using their savings that were built up during the pandemic to supplement their income.
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now others are borrowing to fund that gap. >> after a 25-year stint, one of the bay area's most-celebrated cheese companies is closing up shop. >> cheese lovers are saying good-byes to the "cowgirl's bar shop." they announced via instagram that september 5th will be their last day in business. >> now the company says they shift focus to their petaluma production facility. the company's gourmet cheese also still be available in stores. that is very good news, because the cheese is fantastic, but i will miss those grilled cheese sandwiches, because they are incredible. >> so good. >> going to have to make them at home, i guess. actress ann heche critically
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injured. new allegations against tesla. and hundreds of people trapped when a year's worth of rain falls in the large out-of-state corporations have set their sights on california. they've written prop 27, to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless. but read prop 27's fine print. 90% of profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever. these out-of-state corporations don't care about california. but we do. stand with us.
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tonight, actress anne heche is reportedly in critical condition after crashing her home in southern california. reporter nicole comstock shows us the moments leading up to the wreck. >> reporter: the blue mini
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cooper barrels down the street and right into a house. this is the hole that car tore through the wall. and what the car looked like after it caught fire inside the home and destroyed everything inside of it. tmz reports the driver was actress anne heche, the former girlfriend of ellen degeneres. people living in an apartment complex nearby snapped this photo and say she slammed her car into there before slamming into this house. the woman who rents the home narrowly escaped death when the car drove completely through the room she had been sitting in. >> she couldn't get to the person in the car she told me because of all the damage, all the things that collapsed. she was stuck sort of in the back part of the house. >> reporter: tonight the home owner returned to have the property boarded up. she didn't have much to say
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about anne heche reportedly causing the crash. through tear, he told us it's very painful that her tenant lost almost avenue meaningful material possession she owned all because of the way the woman behind the wheel was driving. >> she's in shock, you know, still hasn't hit her yet. >> reporter: the fire department initially said the driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition with burn injuries. >> according to tmz, heche's condition prevented doctors from determining if she was under the influence at the time of the crash. the southern california driver who caused another deadly chain reaction crash will face manslaughter charges once she's out of the hospital. six people were killed when the driver sped through a red light and hit multiple cars in the windsor hills yesterday. the victims include ashley ryan who went by ray-ray along with her son, a week shy of his first
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birthday, and her unborn child. tesla is in hot water with the dmv as the state accuses the electric car company of false advertising. they say they made untrue or misleading statements about the auto pilot and self-driving feet urk feetures. now the dmv is seeking harsh action. they could strip them of their license to sell cars in california. on the fire watch tonight, a new assessment of the damage from the mckinney fire, 87 homes and 45 other buildings have been destroyed. four people have died in that fire, which has scorched nearlne nearly 60,000 acres. new video of flash flooding at death valley national park. about 1,000 people were stranded
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when park officials were forced to close all roads in and out of the park. with all those cars under water, there are no reports of injuries. death valley received a year's worth of rain just this morning. >> that is incredible. and it makes you so lucky to live here. we really kind of dodged major weather events. >> with this pattern the last week to ten days, all we felt is a little bit of mugginess in the air. a couple showers scooted through this week in the high sierra, northern california, death valley, they've had rain. that pattern is going to break as we head into the weekend. this area of disturbed weather is going to get closer to the coast as we head into the weekend. that's going to help to budge the big weather pattern enough to push that monsoonal moisture away. we're going to see a significant decrease in the amount of shower and thunderstorm activity. around the bay area, the mugginess level is going to take
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another step back tomorrow and pleasant temperatures will continue. the fog is spreading out as we speak, looking out from the mark hopkins hotel, temperatures right now re little variation. temperatures are going to continue to drop, but not a whole hot more. the fog will continue to spread into the inland valleys. it's going to be a mixture of fog and low cloud cover. i think really more low clouds as opposed to the fog at ground level. we'll see full sunshine by late morning and plenty of sunshine through the rest of the day on saturday with pleasant high temperatures. lows tonight dropping into the upper 50s and low 60s. a tiny bit above average, but we'll make up for it tomorrow. temperatures will be near average along the water. a mix of 60s and 70s around the bay. low 80s in san jose, but farther inland in the east bay and north bay, temperatures are several degrees below normal.
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low to mid-80s most spots in the east bay. and upper 70s in the north bay. this is unusual for august. let's enjoy it while it's here. very similar on sunday. tomorrow is the first day of the battle of the bay series if you're heading out to baseball's last dive bar. temperatures right at 70 degrees at 4:07:00 p.m., dropping into the 60s as the game progresses. if you are getting wild with your weekend, can you head out to the dog surfing championships in pacifica. temperatures in the mid-60s along the coast. we'll even see sunshine break through. can you take in all the pups and their outfits on surfboards. temperatures will stay pretty consistent into san francisco next week. decrease for monday and tuesday pretty much across the board, but we're talking about a degree or two.
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thursday will be the warmest day of the next seven days, but the hottest spots, low to mid-90s east bay and that's not bad at all for the middle of august. temperatures along the coast not changing much at all as we head through all of next week. the 49ers have shown some fight in camp, literally have shown some fight. next in sports, kyle shanahan explains why he tonight entirely hate the scuffles. plus, will zalatoris looked like his week of golf was over, then the eagles started flying. that and much more straight ahead. and here are tonight's guests on the for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty.
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prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27. now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. can it handle all of my devices? oh, all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee. what?! ok!
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49ers traiin camp is nearly two weeks under way. they had to stop practice due to scuffles breaking out amongst the players. most notably a confrontation began after a late hit by warner
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on receiver marcus johnson. it's a catch-22 for 49ers head coach kyle shanahan. he as happy with the competitiveness, but there needs to be a line. >> i love the intensity of it. i don't think you have to fight to be intense, though. scuffles are scuffles. and they lead to other stuff. most people probably slvoted wh was the most physical team on tape last year, we one most of that. >> the 49ers have reportedly sign willie snead. he got off to a great start and has 16 touchdown catches and is coming off theleast-oductive season of his career. a rare friday off for giants and athletics, theme, bay bridge series begins tomorrow. the a's are 9 and 5, giants 3 and 12.
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they subplit their two-game stretch began in april. >> juan soto, his padres-dodgers debut. the dodgers cruised in this one. bottom three, cody bellinger, the hard hit to score a run. and the dodgers never holooked back. they win it by one. the giants are now 22 games back in the division for those of you still counting at home. tennis. coco gauff taking the court with a new friend before facing paula vedozia in san jose. look at padosa, covering some court here, smashes it. cruised in the second, 6-2 to advance to the semi-finals.
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second round of the pga's w wyndham championship. how about a 61-foot putt? would this drop? zalatoris was two hots off the cut line when he teed off on 13. and two eagles in the back nine. that will play, and so will he. hopefully this weekend after a great finish. and we are under a week away from 49ers kickoff. the packers at levi's, right here on kpix 5. >> i'm a little jealous. liz is going to be there. >> i will be, too! >> awesome. >> i'll be the only one left out. >> we'll bring you some good swag, don't you worry. upnext, some bay area kids getting an important chance to see someone like themselves on
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the big screen. how local non-profits are making it all possible. monday on cbs mornings, tony catches up with hanson in the latest installment of our "morning mix" tape series and finds out the surprise
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some deserving bay area kids are getting a real treat. >> several non-profits are buying out theaters so young people can watch comedian joe coy's recent film "easter sunday." for some kids, seeing it on the big screen can have a life-long impact. >> i'm super excited, know what i mean? i'm trying to hold my smile. >> non-profits like asians are strong and others bought out several theaters for underserved youth, they're watching "easter
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sunday", which features filipino standout comedian joe coy. >> joseph, are you coming for easter? >> i don't know, mom. i just tested for this pilot. >> you're going to be a pilot? >> a network pilot for a tv show. >> ah, you're playing a pilot on a tv show. >> no, a lawyer. >> you could have been a lawyer if you only applied yourself. >> reporter: his new movie celebrates his filipino heritage and works to create cultural understanding. the movie stars a nearly rseion lik thissmpn the aapi cting bon p amazing. >> when my mother came to this country there was no representation. no google, no facebook, no instagram. she had to find her community. >> reporter: the film is set in
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daley city. coy says families everywhere can relate to the story. >> no way do i want to be like only filipinos. that's not what i'm trying to show here. i'm trying to show the world that this is a movie about a family that you know about. you know these people. you work with these people. >> and you heard him mention earlier that when his mother came to the u.s. there was no representation for her community. and now her son is setting the example for others. >> he is hilarious. i saw him live up in seattle. his
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