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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, looking live from our exclusive mark hopkins camera looking east over the city of san francisco. good morning. it's friday april 16. i am len kiese. >> i am michelle griego. you said the magic word. friday. >> let's say it again. friday. >> we'll keep saying it all day especially when you are talking about the weather. it's going to be a beautiful day. happy friday. finally friday. we are looking at temperatures warmer with that sunshine through the day and it gets even warmer for the weekend. we have morning clouds as we start our day. we are in the 40s to about 50 degrees. 47 in downtown san francisco and also in concord, 49 oakland, mid 40s for livermore and santa rosa. through today, we are looking at 57 pacifica, 59 san francisco, 66 oak land, 73 san
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jose. check out fairfield, antioch. we are talking 80 degrees this afternoon. we'll talk more about that weekend forecast coming up. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways? good morning. they are good. happy friday morning. if you have to get up early, it's a good time to be on the roadways. let's get a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. so far so good. no delays out of the east bay. san mateo bridge is quiet. it's an easy ride west bound out of hayward. no troubles on the golden gate bridge. there is road work just north of here. i am anne makovec. breaking news, another mass shooting in america, this time in indianapolis, indiana.
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this is new video from overnight. it happened very late last night. the details are still coming out but at least eight people were killed at a fed ex facility, a warehouse in indianapolis, indiana. five others were injured and police say the suspected gunman in this case killed himself. the fbi is headed there now to help local police with the investigation. at this point they haven't determined or told the media if the person was an employee or what was going on there. we heard moments ago from one of the witnesses of the shooting. >> he was firing in the open. i immediately ducked down and got scared, and my friend's mother, she came in and told us to get inside the car. >> the difficult thing for people working at the facility, they aren't allowed apparently to have their cell phones with them so some of them have not
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been able to contact their family and let them know they are okay. they have to keep their cell phones in their lockers. a lot of information to come out. president biden will be briefed on this later this morning and we will stay on top of the investigation as we learn more. back to you. >> thank you. large crowds of protesters taking to streets in response to a pair of deadly police shootings. in chicago demonstrators gathered to demand charges against the officer who shot a 13-year-old. city released body cam video and it shows the officer confronting the teen in an alley after responding to reports of shots fired on march 29. police say the video proves he was armed and turning to the officer who opened fire. a family attorney says the footage shows he had his hands up and did not have a gun in his hand when the officer fired the deadly shot. >> the officer screamed at him "show me your" hands. adam complied, turned around. his hands were empty when he
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was shot in the chest. >> as trial of one former minnesota police officer gets closer to thend the legal battle for another is beginning. former officer kim potter made her first appearance yesterday. the jury in chauvin's murder trial is on track to begin deliberating next week. laura podesta has the latest details. the state of minnesota rests. >> reporter: closing arguments will begin monday in the trial of derek chauvin. >> i will invoke fifth amendment privilege today. >> reporter: the former police officer charged with murdering george floyd chose not to take the stand in his own defense. >> is this your decision not to testify? >> it is, your honor. >> reporter: after closing arguments the jury will be sequestered for as long as it deliberates. >> how much do i pack? if i were you, plan for long and hope for short. it's up to the jury how long you deliberate, how long you
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need to come to a anonymous decision on any count. >> reporter: protests in the wake of daunte wright's death continues. >> the last few days, everyone asks what we want. >> reporter: his mom wants accountability but doesn't think there would be justice. >> the justice would bring my son home to us, sitting and eating with us, going to lunch, playing with his son. >> reporter: kim potter allegedly mistook her taser for her firearm and went before the judge for the first time via zoom. the former officer faces a maximum sentence of ten years in prison if convicted. potter was ordered back in court next month. >> daunte wright's funeral will be next thursday in minneapolis. to the coronavirus, the
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door is open for every adult to get a covid vaccine statewide. now it's a matter of being able to snag an appointment. anyone 16 and older is eligible to get their covid shot putting reopening of the state by june 15. hundreds of appointments have opened at a vaccination site at the ferry terminal in marin. last night about 1500 appointments were still available at the site for next year. all you need to qualify is to be 16 and older. dr. george rutherford says this is an important sign of progress against covid-19. >> this is a big step forward and this is a big step forward to ending all our problems. >> i am really looking forward to travel but at this point, i don't think even if i get my vaccination i will immediately try travel yet. >> dr. rutherford expects eligibility age to drop again to 12 and older in a few weeks
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after vaccines get fda approval for the younger age group. if you had the pfizer covid vaccine you may have to get a third shot in the next year. the pfizer ceo says people who are fully vaccinated will likely need a booster shot in the next 6 to 12 shots that. would help protect against new evolving covid variants. package of reforms aimed at fixing california's badly broken unemployment center is moving forward. it would allow for direct deposition. the agency has been plagued by fraud and technical problems since the pandemic began. most recently 178,000 who need to refile after a year out of work couldn't do it because the online button was broken. new california jobless
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claims have fallen to the lowest level since the start of the pandemic and have been cut la week. his week compar ng uoversight & e after finding the utility improperly failed to trim areas near power lines. the utility completed 1800 miles of tree trimming but focused that work on the least risky areas. california repute i feel commission is requiring pge to submit a plan to correct safety issues within 20 days, the lowest level of over sight the state could have done. this is as the governor says he may need to declare a state of emergency over the drought conditions. an emergency declaration would give the governor the power to drastically restrict water supply. the state has already started warning farmers conditions could be very bad this year. a group of south bay
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restaurant owners raising money to fight antiasian hate crimes. he and several friends are donating parts of profits from wednesday and thursday to the stop aapi hate reporting center, an organization that tracks and responds to crimes and discrimination against asians and pacific islanders. >> it is about the awareness and the community coming together. so far it's been successful in that respect. >> normally i come on fridays, but i wanted to be sure i was giving part of my proceeds to the campaign, so that's why i came today. >> he was able to get other restaurants and owners to participate, 13 in all. he may expand the effort to other parts of the bay area. 4:40. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> latest eye opening google earth just revealed. how you can go back in time and
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see what the planet used to look like. a live look at the city of san francisco from our treasure island camera. it is 4:41. we'll be right back.
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a battle over license for a trading app and google reveals a brand new feature. those stories and more in
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today's money watch report. wall street was higher thursday. dow rallied 305 closing above 34,000 for the first time. massachusetts wants to ban the trading app robin hood from the state. on thursday regulators asked that the company's broker dealer license be revoked because business practices pose a risk to investor. robin hood fired back saying the move is an attempt to put up investors. toyota recalling suvs from 2009 to 2015. a wiring problem could stop side air bags from inflating. recall doesn't begin until may 31. it will inspect wires and replace if needed at no cost. google earth rolling out its biggest update in years
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with a new feature. time lapse. it brings together decades of satellite imagery to allow users to see impacts of climate change on the planet specifically glaciers, beaches, forests. google says thanks to 24 million images users can go back in time to witness 40 years of changes to the planet. that's your cbs money watch report. for more head to cbsmoneywatch.com. the pandemic appears to be coming to roost right in our back yards. >> there is a backyard chicken craze. breeders with american powell reassociation say demand for chicks have exploded since the start of the pandemic. the manager of one store says he's never seen so many fly off the shelves. at one point the store had to limit three to six per person. >> i think it was fair. i think the easiest way, when
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survival mode kicks reouhow to family. >> i don't have to buy eggs any more because she gives me eggs too. win-win. >> some turn to chicken rearing as a hobby while others want reliant source of protein in case of emergency. let's get a check on our weather. it's friday and we are ready for the weekend. it's going to be a warm one. it is. we've been talking about the weekend since monday. so glad it's almost here. happy friday. we are looking at plenty sunshine with temperatures on the rise today and especially as we look to saturday and sunday. here is a live look as we look north at the trans america pyramid. temperatures are generally in the 40s. oakland you are 49, livermore 44, san francisco 47, 50 in san jose and 43 for santa rosa. checking the winds, we are
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looking at light winds, eight mile per hour winds out of the west at sfo. we are starting with morning clouds and areas of fog. through the afternoon we will catch sunshine and clearing. high pressure will build in as we look to today and for the weekend with warmer temperatures and daytime highs will be climbing, the start of a warming trend for us and peaking on sunday, warmest day out of the extended forecast and of the weekend for sure. you can see skies clearing as we go through our afternoon. tomorrow, morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. we will repeat this patternas we go through the next several days and again temperatures on the rise as we look to our weekend. for winds, we are going to see another breezy afternoon in spots especially along the coast with westerly winds, tracking on shore flow. it's that time of year for us in the bay area. sunrise at 6:32 and sun set at
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7:46. daytime highs today, south bay 72 santa clara, 73 san jose, 75 morgan hill, 71 for sunnyvale as well as for cupertino. east bay, 76 concord, pleasant hill. check out fairfield as well as antioch and brentwood. we are talking 80 degrees. low to mid 70s for the tri valley. 59 in san francisco, 58 in daly city and mid 60s for alameda, oak land, as well as for san leandro and for the north bay, upper 60s to low to mid 70s, 73 in santa rosa as well as for napa and 75 in windsor. the extended forecast and what you can expect. there we go with highs in the 80s for the weekend inland and especially sunday we are talking upper 80s, close to 90 inland, 70s around the bay, mid 60s for the coast. let's check with gianna.
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is it friday light this morning. it is. i've got nothing but good news for the freeways. a look at our maps, we are seeing a lot of green which is great news. it means everything is at the limit. definitely friday night. if your friday morning gets you out early, you are good to go. but of course we will keep you updated. there is a pinch of slowing as you head into the altamont but nothing to worry about. north bound 101, a lot of green in the south bay. that commute out of san jose all the way along the peninsula is off to a great start. travel times west bound 580, 205 to 680, 25 minutes. south bay to sfo, 36 minutes on the north bound side of 101. a live look at bay bridges starting with the golden gate
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bridge looking quiet in both directions, no issues across the span. that road work north of there should be all cleared and bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights off and traffic moving nice out of the east bay into san francisco and right now no issues on the san mateo bridge. a good friday on the roadways. >> thank you so much. country's biggest stars aligning for sunday's 56th academy of country music awards. >> the show takes the stage in nashville, country music capitol of the world and promises dozens of live performances, one of a kind collaborations, and historic firsts. a preview from los angeles. >> reporter: the 56th academy of country music awards show is smashing stereotypes. for the first time, a black woman is hosting. >> i am so excited. it's going to be such a beautiful time. >> reporter: mickey guyton will share hosting duties with keith urban. >> we have listen relentlessly working on how to be sure the
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genre is so inclusive. >> i am so grateful mickey is with me this year. >> reporter: five black artists nominated for award in a single year. >> there is all kinds of country. i love that we are getting to show the breadth and diversity of the genre. >> reporter: jimmy allen is the new male artist of the year and cane brown is the first black country artist nominated for coveted album of the year award. his worldwide beautiful has already won video of the year. >> this is me saying that everybody should just love everybody and all this hatred and everything should stop. >> absolutely seeing country music evolving and becoming inclusive. we are better together than separated. >> i am glad we are moving in absolutely the right direction. >> reporter: at least 25 artists are taking several stages including grand ol' opry, blue bird cafe for
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exciting collaborations. >> kelsey ballerini and kenny chesney. >> it's live. it's happening. anything can happen including train wrecks. tune in. it will be a blast. >> the country music awards are sunday night on cbs and streaming live and on demand on paramount plus. >> chris staple ton and mary morris lead nominees with six. miranda lambert has five and ashley mcbride up for four awards. i am dennis o'donnell. coming up, i am going streaking. the a's are going streaking, looking for their 5th straight win and can warriors put together the longest
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good morning. steph curry missed his first eight three pointers last night in cleveland. fortunately for him, his teammates have his back and then some. steph and warriors trying for the first four game win streak of the year. second quarter, way off the mark, ball bounces to lee for the three, curry laughing at that. he is 423, dubs led by 11 at the break. steph with his first three, ninth straight 30 point game. the night belonged to that
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game. anderson, the oakland native scored career high 20 and warriors win 119-101, first four game win streak of the season. it's not all good news for dub nation. the team announced james wise man rookie season is over after undergoing surgery for a torn meniscus. he will be out until at least september which is when training camp would start. williams going from one championship team to another. seattle storm drafted williams with 18th overall pick in wnba draft. leaves stanford as all time leader in three pointers. a's are streaking looking for the first five game win streak of the year last night after starting the year 0-6. a's and tigers all wearing number 42 on
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jackie robinson day. oakland up 2-1, 5th inning. holy toledo, 428 deep, his second of the year. rough time on the hill. tigers walked 12 batters last night. next batter, over the plate and chapman lines to deep left, two runs score, oakland wins 8-4, their fifth win in a row. >> it's been labeled a grade one strain which is considered the most mild. alex wood will join the starting rotation this weekend in miami. that is the latest in bay area sports. i am dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. 4:56. returning to work but not yet returning to normal. next on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, what will it
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take to bring bay area's once bustling business districts back post pandemic? >> reporter: travel and tourism industry has been on life support for much of the pandemic. there are signs it may be recovering. i'm devin feeley, and i'll have that story coming up. a live look outside before break
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right now on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, eight people dead in a late night workplace shooting. what we are learning about the shooter this morning. as vaccinations increase so do dreams of travel. the surge in passengers already impacting bay area airports. no kids yet but some south san francisco classrooms are filling up with robots instead.
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how bots are helping prepare for their return. good morning. it is friday april 16. i am michelle griego. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we are warming up for the weekend. we are. some places will even see 80s over the next few days. that's right. we're looking at temperatures feeling more like summer as we look to the weekend with highs in the 80s and even some spots near 90 later for our weekend. we'll talk about this. today is the start of a warming trend for us. we are on that trajectory here. a live look with our is of sioux falls camera san francisco camera. temperatures are in the 40s to about 50 degrees as we start our day. highs around 57, a cool day along the coast again, 59 san francisco, 66 oakland,

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