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and i'm kenny choi. good morning, everyone. it's friday, july 29. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. thanks for waking up with us. it's still dark but let's go outside and check out the conditions anyway. good morning. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. being a little shy this morning, roberta, right? >> my cousin used to say how come it's fuzzy outside? [ laughter ] >> we have areas of low clouds and fog stacked up next to the coast. good morning, everybody. you can't see the top of the transamerica pyramid. temperatures mild 65 in livermore at this very early hour. san jose 61. mid-60s across most of the bay area. yes! our fifth consecutive day of a "spare the air" day. smoke and haze in the eastern portion of our bay area. hardest hit would be san jose
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at 88 degrees. 95 degrees morgan hill. otherwise 80s around the peninsula. 60s and refreshing at the beaches. 100 in brentwood and livermore, tri-valley for the most part high 90s and right around the low 100s. it will be 101 in byron, tracy and mountain house. 60s beaches in the north bay. 80s in novato and petaluma. >> the oakland coliseum 880 should take 15 minutes right now between 238 and the macarthur maze. if you are heading to the maze and the bay bridge toll plaza, at 5:01 we can still call this friday night. i know it's often "friday light" even on a tuesday at 5:01. but you never know what it's going to look like a half-hour for now. so now is the time to head into san francisco. it's clear across the span. they also cleared the overnight roadwork there. and i think they are clearing this right now the posey tube closure overnight between alameda and oakland.
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it was scheduled to wrap up at 5:00. 10-minute bart delay at balboa in the pittsburg direction. the young woman at the center of an oakland pd sex scandal says she slept with a san francisco cop. and celeste guap says she was just a teen at the time. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at sfpd headquarters with more on the investigation under way in the department. anne. >> reporter: these new allegation are against an officer named roger ponce de leon. according to the san francisco examiner, celeste guap this girl says that she not only had sex with this man about did cocaine with him while she was under age. there's her picture. she is now 18 years old. the self admitted prostitute celeste guap has been longed to northern 20 law officers in the
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bay area. now she says that ponce de leon was one of the first while he was with the oakland police department. in an interview with kpix 5 this summer, guap talked about how her relationship with various officers made her feel. >> i was happy to, you know, wow, you know, these men in uniform, you know, giving me protection and, you know, yeah, like, it was mutual. >> reporter: opd brass found out about the alleged underaged sex in 2015 and an investigation prompted by a suicide note from one of their officers. ponce de leon is still working as the investigation continues. we're told he is in a position that does not work with the public. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> is guap planning to sue any of these police departments? >> reporter: that's a good question and a reporter when he spoke with her a couple of months ago said she was still thinking about it. she was a little reluctant, apparently, because her parents are dispatchers. so they have relationships with a lot of these officers.
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but you can bet she is being contacted by a lot of lawyers these days. >> all right. anne, thank you. new this morning, san jose police are investigating a deadly shooting overnight. investigators say a man was shot around 10:00 last night near willow and sermon streets. the victim, whose identity hasn't been released, died at the scene. police are still looking for suspects and motive. >> a pacifica man is in custody accused of sex crimes against underaged boys. kpix 5's maria medina joinses live from redwood city with more. >> reporter: this man has an extensive history of sex crimes and now this morning, he sits behind bars at the san mateo county jail. joseph courtney would allegedly use the date rape drug on his victim many of them underaged boys and rape them while they were knocked out and find his young victims using the internet and apps.
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it's unknown how many victims are out there. this investigation may be far from over. there may be more victims going back as far as 2007. pacifica police urging more victims to come forward. courtney is 31. maria medina, kpix 5. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton and running mate tim kaine hit the road today with campaign stops in the battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio. last night clinton formally accepted the nomination to close out the democratic national convention in philadelphia. during her speech she touted her experience while painting a picture of donald trump as not fit to be commander-in-chief. >> a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. >> trump criticized clinton for not saying the phrase radical
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islam while talking about national security in her acceptance speech. fbi director james comey says that there could be more terror attacks like the recent ones in san bernardino, belgium and france. he says that as isis gets weaker in syria and iraq, some of its remaining fighters could come into western countries. more now from reporter reed binion reporter: >> at some point, there's going to be a terrorist diaspora out of syria luke we have never seen before. >> reporter: a -- like we have never seen before. >> reporter: a dire warning from james comey as national security is top priority for the next commander-in-chief. hillary clinton shared her vision during her dnc acceptance speech thursday. >> we'll surge our intelligence to prevent and detect attacks before they happen. it won't be easy or quick. but make no mistake, we will prevail. >> reporter: but republican nominee donald trump blasted democrats and accused them of downplaying the isis threat. >> they are not talking about
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isis and what isis is doing and our depleted military where our military isn't being properly funded and is being depleted. >> reporter: both are talking tough touting support from prominent military leaders. retired general john allen the one-time top envoy in the u.s. fight against isis endorses clinton. >> we know that she as no other knows how to use all instruments of american power, not just the military, to keep us all safe and free! [ screaming ] >> reporter: while lieutenant general michael flynn former head of the defense intelligence agencies backs trump's approach. >> let me be clear: coddling and displays of empathy towards terrorists is not a strategy for defeating these murderers as obama and hillary clinton would like us to believe. >> reporter: i'm reed binion reporting. new this morning, pope francis met with several auschwitz death camp survivors at the site where they did forced labor.
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the pope carried a large white candle and placed it on the wall where many prisoners with executed. uc-davis scientists say that the effects of climate change are raising the temperature at lake tahoe at an alarming rate. the average temperature rose a half degree last year. over the past four years temperature is up 15 times faster than the lake's historic warming rate. the report also states that during the winter of 2014-2015, only 6.5% of precipitation at the lake level fell in the form of snow. decades ago it was closer to 50%. time now 5:08. fun times can turn tragic quickly when water is involved. the solution, teaching babies to swim. >> an interesting pokemon go event this weekend will pit senator against senator to see who can catch 'em all. >> hi, everybody! good morning from the kpix 5 weather center. sure, it's friday. but i'm looking ahead towards the weekend and i'll tell you
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when we'll finally see some relief from the heat. >> bart delays to tell you about plus a new hot spot on the peninsula in palo alto. what you need to know before you go after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. time check now 5:11 on this tgif. yes! put your hands together. we made it to friday! [ applause ] >> woo! ha ha! this is our live weather camera looking out towards the transamerica pyramid where we
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cannot see the tip-top. it is the return of the precious marine layer. we'll talk about that marine layer and the effect it will have on our inland temperatures. that's all coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. >> thank you. a new app is making it easier for parents to feel comfortable about leaving their little ones at home. some friends in ohio developed the app designed to find reliable babysitters. juggle takes into consideration what parents want and it's completely referral based. >> moms would rather trust a friend who referred a babysitter rather than a background check. >> it allows the babysitter to review the families. at the pool and the beach this summer fun times can turn tragic quickly. and that's why expert say swim lessons for infants can save babies. one instructor says all it takes is 10 minutes a day four days a week for a month for a
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child to learn to survive in water. her youngest students are six months old. >> we're really rewarding something correct. and they start realizing, oh, she likes when i did that. and all of a sudden in a few weeks, you have a swimmer. >> in 2014, nearly 800 children drowned to death in the u.s. more than half of them were under the age of 5. in colorado, a horse named cupcake is walking with more caution because yesterday a step got her stuck in the mud. you can see it took several rescue crews to help the mare get back on dry ground. she fell in cherry creek state park yesterday. crews put plywood under her to lift her out. a veterinarian gave the horse a shot so she would have enough energy to endure the rescue. 5:13. let's check the roads. >> it was good until we have
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this hot spot. two lanes are blocked southbound of 101 approaching oregon expressway. we are not seeing any slowdowns yet but, of course, that could change. the accident just coming in. really in the last few minutes, it looks like. but it's definitely a hot spot. two lanes remain blocked. we also have this issue to warn you about. these bart delays along the peninsula 10-minute delays right now between 24th and daly city. so it sounds like it's pretty much in all directions between those two stops. we are doing some track maintenance so we are not sure how much longer it's going to be out there. i know they are doing a lot of work along the bart tracks this weekend actually shutting down stations between glen park and daly city. you're going to have to use shuttle buses saturday and sunday so this may be a little prep work for that. muni, ferries and ace train all reporting no delay so mass transit just bart headaches, the 10-minute delays that you have to worry about so far. here's a look at some east bay drive times. altamont pass to 680 we like to see this.
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we are seeing some slight delays building on 205 through tracy but once you get past most of that in north flynn then it really loosens up through livermore and dublin- pleasanton. 880 still looks clear from 238 to the maze. that's about 16 minutes. it's been rough the last couple mornings around this time. this looks good today. and 80 from the carquinez bridge to the maze everything is actually quiet so far on the eastshore freeway. looks great from golden gate fields into emeryville. a live look at bridges. the san mateo bridge, no issues this morning between hayward and the peninsula. up and over the high-rise heading to the east bay all those headlights like clear as well as 880 approach heading to the san mateo bridge. hearst roberta on this friday. >> i'm scratching my head and shaking my head asking myself,
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why do i have so many cobwebs in high head today? i'm so done with the heat! i stole elizabeth's traffic camera using it as a weather camera this morning. 52 in san francisco. 56 degrees in redwood city. weather watcher john miller, he has his friday game on. ha ha ha! thanks, john. he is saying happy friday. we have a thin overcast layer and you can see the moon through it. cheers to you, john. thanks for checking in and happy friday back at you. it's our fifth consecutive "spare the air" day. the smoke particles are goettingen trained in the south and -- getting entrained into
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the south and southwest flow lifting into san jose clipping across to the east bay. folks in the greater lake tahoe area say they are the recipient of the smoke and haze, as well. today a hint of sunshine at the beaches. summer temperatures spot on around the bay and peninsula. and then dry smoky and hazy in our inland areas. one more day of hot temperatures with the area of high pressure right there. then this beautiful big area of low pressure is going to clip the north bay over the weekend bringing down our temperatures into the 90s out of the triple digits. so smoke and haze in monterey into carmel today. for this getaway friday, triple digits from sacramento to 109 in fresno, 110 in redding, 107 in ukiah. the entire state is unseasonably hot. i know it's summertime but these temperatures are well above average. yosemite in the triple digits. red flag warning in effect for the high sierra with extremely dry conditions. today our numbers stacking up from the 60s through the 70s. 88 in san jose, 4 degrees above
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normal. also mid-80s around willow glen. 99 in throughout the tri- valley. 101 my outside number. that will be in brentwood, tracy, oakley, byron. 90s over the weekend but that's welcomed after this five-day stretch of triple digits. hey! we have the sonoma nationals taking place this weekend. 83 degrees. gentlemen, start your engines! and speaking of the nationals, they are in town against the giants. cool temperatures, dress in layers to at&t park. san francisco marathon is this weekend. partly cloudy at 56 degrees. and, of course, if it's summertime we have the stern grove festival this sunday some areas of low clouds and 62 degrees. a lot going on around the summertime area. >> that's why we love the bay area. there's so much going on. >> and the gilroy garlic festival. >> it's going on, also the sacramento state fair is going on. >> oh. >> temperatures in the triple digits so lots to do. just have yourself a great weekend. >> sounds like we will. everybody wants their politicians to be smart and trustworthy.
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but in the bay area, we also need to know if they can catch pokemon. >> a showdown puts jane kim versus scott weiner to the test tomorrow. they are already competing for a state senate seat this november and when the clock strikes 4 on saturday afternoon they will meet at 24th and mission bart. they will have a smartphone, a fresh "pokemon go" account, and up to three teammates each and then it's time to catch them all. two hours later, the loser will donate $500 to the winner's favorite charity. good luck. apparently weiner, he has been doing pushups to practice. >> getting in shape, right? >> yes. >> there could be unity between two rival politicians, as well true pokemon. >> and they are donating to charity. so there is a little bit of everything at the weekend box office. ♪[ music ] >> just been hacked. could be worse than snowden. >> facial recognition got a hit. [ dark music ]
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>> that's jason bourn! >> looks cool. matt damon returns to the franchise hit that made him an action star. it will debut with $50 million or more easily booting "star trek: beyond" out of the top spot. while mostly men will head to jason bourne women will go to bad moms. kristen bell and others star as stressed out mothers who rebel. box office watchers expect the r-rated movie to bring in around $25 million in its opening weekend. for the teenagers, there's nerve about an online game that's cross between truth or dare and "pokemon go" stars emma roberts and dave franco. projected to gross up to $10 million. ♪[ music ] and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the giants make a trade and he is probably on a supersonic transport to san
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francisco this morning because they need him. and were denard span's heroics enough to save the giants last night? i'll tell you about it coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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minor league pitcher alberto mejia. nunez made his first all star game this season an is currently batting .296 with 26 steals. he will play third base until matt duffy returns from injures. joe panik returned from the disabled list last night against the nationals. johnny cueto pitched 5 innings the second not so good. gave up five hits, three runs and that's all you need against the giants offense right now. 4-2 in the 9th inning. bases loaded with kelly struck out a pagan. giants lost 10 of 12. 12. british open henrik stenson making a run at his second straight major knocks it in on the second hole 3-under 67, he is two off the lead. jimmy walker in front at baltusrol. in hayward at the ellie may
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classic at tpc stonebrae, yeagers birdie caps a 12-under 58, the lowest round ever at any sanctioned pga event. golf history yesterday in the east bay. football camp under way. it's the big story. we'll have more tonight at 6:00. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. the play of the day from san jose, major league soccer all star game at avaya stadium. check this out. arsenal's nacho morial to chubb a for the winning goal. >> goooooooaaaaal. >> arsenal of the english premier league beat the mls all stars 2-1. 5:25. clean-up under way at the dnc. our political analyst joins us live next for a wrap-up of the week's highs and lows. >> reporter: and more details coming out about a scandal involving bay area police officers and an underaged prostitute. the latest next. ,, ,,,,,,
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[ laughs ] convention ends with words the nation's first female presidential nominee. we'ree inal wrap up. the democratic national convention ends with words from the nation's first female presidential nominee. we are live with a final recap. >> and a look at the heartbreaking destruction left behind as this massive wildfire near big sur continues to burn. >> good morning from our kpix 5 weather center. i'll tell you when the cooldown will begin. >> our bart delays continue to grow. now it's 20-minute delays systemwide. we'll explain why coming up. good morning. it's friday, july 29. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. new this morning, the young woman at the center of a sex scandal in oakland pd now says that she slept with a san francisco police officer and
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celeste guap claims that she wasn't of age at the time. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco on the accusations that have one officer under investigation. >> reporter: new allegations against an officer named roger ponce de leon. he allegedly had sex and did cocaine with this woman while she was under age. we're talking about celeste guap. she is now 18, a self admitted prostitute. she has been linked to more than 20 law enforcement officers around the bay area and now tells the "san francisco examiner" that ponce de leon was one of the first while he was with the oakland police department. in an interview with kpix 5 this summer guap talked about the nature of some of those relationships. >> thinking back at it like i thought oh, wow they care about me, thinking back at it, yeah, you know, i do see myself as being a victim because i do feel i was taken advantage of. >> reporter: opd brass found
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out about the alleged underaged sex in 2015 and an investigation prompted by a suicide note from one of their officers. ponce de leon is still working here at the san francisco police department as this investigation continues. but we're told that he is in a position right now that doesn't have any contact with the public. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. let's check weather. it is a bit -- i like how you call it fuzzy. >> my cousin said that. it's fuzzy outside! yeah. that's a term that we don't use very often in meteorology. put your hands together if you are happy it's friday! >> oh, yeah. >> okay. a little fist bump there. finally made it to friday. it's been such a long week with temperatures each and every day in the triple digits. today will be no different with our highs topping off at 101 in our inland areas but if you are along the coast you're saying, it's fuzzy outside! we have areas of low clouds and fog. i say, paco, cue the foghorn
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but paco is with us in the studio this morning. so kenny, give me your best foghorn this morning. [ foghorn ] >> i would have to go there. all right. we have another "spare the air" day in effect for this friday the fifth consecutive day the 12th of the 2016 season. we have smoke looking from the south into the north the south bay and east bay hardest hit. up to 98 in concord, 60s at the beaches. 80s around the peninsula. 95 in morgan hill. 99 gilroy. 85 milpitas. 101 in the east bay. 102 yesterday in livermore. today 99 to 100. 60s to 80s in the north bay. your weekend forecast is coming up. right now let's send it over to elizabeth. >> thanks, roberta. you called it, at least we have free air-conditioning at work, didn't you say that earlier? it's so true. all right. let's go outside and show you back to palo alto at the scene
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of the accident now just blocking one lane. no major delays but just a warning if you are heading out southbound 101 at oregon expressway. tow crews are out there now working to clear it off to the right-hand shoulder. 280 by the way looks clear. bart delays continue to grow. unfortunately, now they are up to 20-minute delays systemwide because of some track maintenance they are doing between the balboa park station in san francisco and daly city. that's "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. the conventions are history and it's time for the presidential campaigns to get into full swing. >> kpix 5 political analyst melissa caen joins us live from philadelphia where hillary clinton ended the democratic convention last night by formally accepting the party's nomination. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here on friday after two weeks of conventions, you can see it is pretty empty back there. [ extremely scratchy voice ]
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>> last night was anything but quiet. hillary clinton came out to a standing ovation. she wore a white suit and talked about positivity. she portrayed herself as a facilitator in chief. she talked about how america is stronger together. she talked about american values. but she definitely took some time in her speech to attack her opponent. >> but here's the sad truth. there is no our donald trump. this is it. and in the end, it comes down to what donald trump doesn't get. america is great because america is good. [ applause and cheers ] >> of course, she wasn't just appealing to independents and members of her party. she is also appealing to the activists, many of whom were in the room. these are the people who have to go out knock on doors make phone calls. she needed to give them the energy and ammunition they need
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to go out and do the hard work of the campaign. if what happened in here last night was any indication, they are ready to go. >> one of the most compelling speeches yesterday coming from the father of a slain muslim- american war hero and he was blasting donald trump. >> reporter: so i don't know if you guys at home know this but there are a lot of speeches that take place here. they are usually about four to seven minutes long and while they are happening people are milling around, they are talking to each other. early in the day, people aren't paying that much attention to the speeches to be honest. but all of a sudden people looked up and saw mr. and mrs. khan on stage. mrs. khan dressed in muslim attire. and mr. khan began speaking about their son a muslim- american soldier who died in combat and he took aim squarely at donald trump and what he regards as trump's anti-muslim
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policies. >> donald trump, you're asking americans to trust you with their future. let me ask you, have you even read the united states constitution? [ applause and cheers ] >> i will -- [ applause and cheers ] >> i will gladly lend you my copy. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: mr. khan went on to say donald trump have you even been to arlington cemetery and seen the sacrifices of those soldiers? he said mr. trump, you have never sacrificed anything in your life. and again, this was -- the internet exploded when this happened. again, remember, this is a speech that sort of was kind of out of the blue for the attendees here. it got everyone's attention and again widely regarded as one of the most compelling speeches from yesterday. >> you were there for both of the conventions doing a great job. what are your overall thoughts
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after the wrap-up yesterday? >> reporter: well, at times it seemed like each convention was talking to a different country. at the same time, if you sort of take a step back you realize that both conventions were really talking to what voters care about and that's personal security and that includes local crime and international issues and economic security. so we actually have a lot more in common in terms of what our americans' interests are than it might seem by look at these conventions and how these candidates will address the issues determines who becomes the president. i have also learned that i take an unreasonable amount of joy in balloon drops. they are kind of my new favorite thing. so i learned that, as well. >> a lot of people enjoy that. >> we were talking about that last night. they were drowned in these balloons. >> reporter: here and in
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cleveland. my phone is full of balloon drop footage that i took on my cell phone that just makes me so happy. i have to be honest. >> it's funny. thank you so much. turning now to the fire in monterey county the soberanes fire has burned grassy hills and homes. this is our first glimpse at the ashy lots where house once stood. the deadly wildfire has destroyed 51 structures and spread nearly 30,000 acres since it started friday. the fire is only 15% contained. tonight in richmond, people are taking to the streets and walking for a cause. their mission to end gun violence. the cease-fire walk happened a few times a year in the city. community leaders, families and teachers walked the streets with the hope that richmond doesn't see another shooting. the event starts at 7 p.m. at the newhall missionary baptist church on alamo avenue. new information out of san diego where one police officer is dead and another is injured
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after shooting last night. a suspect was taken into custody but they believe that more people may have been involved in the incident in the southcrest neighborhood. one of the officers died at the hospital. the other was rushed into surgery and just hours ago the san diego police department releasing a statement that states at that time officer is expected to survive. a suspect is in critical condition this morning after he was shot by an off-duty officer at a costco in modesto. >> he has a knife. >> a witness shot this video moments before the suspect was shot in the parking lot of the costco on pellandale avenue. he was pacing around with a knife before making his way out. once outside he started lunging at the officer. new this morning, bill cosby has dropped a lawsuit he filed against one of the women who accused him of sexual assault. the suit filed in february accused andrea constand of violating the terms of a
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confidential settlement in 2006. she claims the 78-year-old actor drugged and assaulted her at his pennsylvania home until 2004. the allegations are the basis for the only criminal case against cosby so far. cosby faces accusations of sexual assault by more than 50 women. he denies having nonconsensual sex with any of them. an e. coli outbreak hasn't stopped chipotle from making a bold business play. they plan to serve burgers coming up. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has more. >> reporter: good morning. traders are digesting a slew of earnings reports from companies like amazon and ford. yesterday, the dow fell 15 points. the nasdaq rose 15. amazon posted a record profit for the third straight quarter its fifth straight quarter in the black getting a boost from its web services cloud division. from burritos to burgers chipotle is opening its first
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burger restaurant in ohio this fall called tasty made serving burgers, fries and milkshakes. they are trying to recover from e. coli and norovirus outbreaks that cut into sales. and couch potatoes are costing the economy. a new study from the university of sydney, australia found that physical inactivity costs the world $67.5 billion. taking into account things like obesity, diabetes, heart disease and early death. kenny? >> jill, mtv launching a new channel based on the '90s and early 2000s. so what's behind this move? >> reporter: all right. mtv is tapping into viewers' nostalgia. beginning all 1, 35 years -- august 31, 35 years after they went on air, they will start showing fan favorites like laguna beach, beavers and but
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the head, cribs and conk. loved conk. [ pause ] a pacifica man accused of preying on young boys. why police say the investigation is far from over. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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victimizing underage boys. k-p-i-x five ' pacifica man with a history of sex crimes is accused of victimizing underaged boys. kpix 5's maria medina reports outside the san mateo county jail. >> reporter: he is no stranger to the law. police say he has an extensive history of sex crimes and is now in jail. police say this is joseph courtney. he allegedly would use the date rape drug on his victims many
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of them underaged boys. he would then sexual assault them when they were knocked out. now, police say he would fine his young victims using the internet and app and it's unknown how many victims there are out there. there may be more victims out there as far back as 2007. courtney is 31. >> the suspect allegedly useed a date rape drug on the victims. tell us about that. >> reporter: you know, it is illegal to possess the date rape drug here in the u.s. president clinton actually made it illegal back in 2000 after two women died probably likely from the date rape drug. unfortunately, people are able to get it anyway and some have learned how to make it. debris from a rocket is the cause of those bright lights
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seen across western u.s. skies wednesday night. it seems there's a lot of space junk floating around. experts say about 1,000 operational satellites are currently in orbit. but when you include small pieces of debris that could mean up to a half million objects in space. experts believe this week's fireball was the second stage of a chinese rocket that had been orbiting the earth for a month and normally space debris that falls from orbit burns up in the atmosphere. there's not much concern about space debris crashing on earth. scientists are becoming more concerned about collision in space. researchers say if a satellite collides with space junk, the damage could be significant. at an oakland supermarket an elderly man telling a young comedian what he is feeling about race relations but this wasn't a rant. in fact, their moment was so moving, it went viral. the two men met at a grocery outlet in oakland. comedian sampson mccormick says he just left a "black lives
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matter" protest when the elderly man approached. well, mr. samuel told samson that it's sad blacks still have to demonstrate so that they won't be harmed by law enforcement. what he said next really surprised sampson. >> like it's sad, it's sad that you pull over and you don't know whether you're going to live or not. that's sad! and you're sitting here and so calm about it. how can you be calm! >> and then mr. samuel paid for the groceries. sampson wrote about it on social media and thousands responded with the same feelings. [ overlapping speakers ] [ laughter ] >> i have a grocery outlet store that involves a live remote. >> i knew it. it's okay on the roads. bay bridge metering lights lights turned on a few minutes
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ago. here's what it looks like now. we have seen worse at 5:47. it's building in the middle lanes right now and from the maze to downtown, it looks like it's 10 minutes. bart a headache this morning 20- minute delays systemwide because of track maintenance between balboa park and daly city. they are closing that stretch between glen park and daly city over the weekend saturday and sunday to do some track replacement for some old track lines. so this could be a precursor to that. so 20-minute delays systemwide. muni metro, ferries and ace are on time. this is an issue along the peninsula in palo alto. southbound lanes approaching oregon expressway a wreck there still blocking up to two lanes. we have been hearing one to two
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lanes closed. you can see it's slow right now from university. and here's a live look out the door at the san mateo bridge where it's still pretty clear. 13 minutes between the east bay and the peninsula. everything flowing nicely though. it's usually not for at least another hour or so we start to see delays in those westbound lanes. 880 the nimitz, we can finally see a good commute. it's been rough for the last couple mornings but right now everything is good northbound. taillights heading to downtown oakland with a 16-minute drive time and a quick note there's a giants game this evening at at&t park starts at 7:15. that's "kcbs traffic." roberta, another day of triple digits, can't believe it. >> are you done with that? >> so done. >> just wears on you, doesn't it? very uncomfortable sleeping weather unless you're right there along the coast and into the bay where we are shrouded in a deck of low clouds and fog and, in fact, this marine layer is roughly 1000 feet deep. it does extend i would say right now about 700 feet
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because the transamerica building stands 853 feet tall. can't see the tip-top of it. 48 stories. i'd say we're only looking athe 40 right now. so we have clouds in san francisco at 52. it's clear in san jose at 61. it's 57 degrees in oakland with areas of low clouds and fog, as well. it's the fifth consecutive "spare the air" day. south bay and east bay because of the fire to the south of us, right now the smoke is goettingen trained in the winds so it's drifting up into the santa clara valley. also the east bay not as hazy everywhere else except for those inland areas. today even some drizzle being noted along the seashore this morning. full sunshine along the bay and dry smoky hazy away from the bay into the interior valleys. high pressure moving east. this area of low pressure i'm loving it it's going to clip the far reaches the north bay bring down our temperatures
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over the weekend into the 90s. today, however, did you see the build-up of clouds in the east bay today? we'll see that in the high sierra with a red flag warning in effect for today. 107 in ukiah. it's hot in california away from the body of water. 65 at the beaches. 70s across the bay. 80s spot on for this time of the year around the peninsula. 100 livermore, down from 102 yesterday. 101 brentwood. temperatures in the 90s over the weekend. welcome to seasonal conditions on monday. that's a look at your friday weather report. don't go away, yet. we'll be right back after this. ,,,,,,
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by finding a policy to fit your budget. [ coughs ] sorry, tickle in my throat! water would be nice, but that would go right through me. ghost problems. we have the san francisco marathon this weekend taking place on sunday morning. partly cloudy in the 50s. gilroy garlic festival lots of sunshine with the smell of garlic in the air in the 90s. it's the sonoma nationals taking place at the sonoma raceway at 83 degrees and how about the stern grove festival? it's not summertime in the bay area unless you head there.
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with clouds and 62 degrees. checking traffic right now on 101 in san jose, we are seeing a few delays right now between 280 and de la cruz. "friday light" overall. more coming up. it is no secret that affordable housing is scarce in the bay area. now thanks to a nonprofit, new apartments are hitting the market in one of the most affluent areas and the rent prices are low. the palo alto housing corporation is over seeing the 20-room hotel california into low income residences. residents would pay from $439 to $880 a month on a sliding scale. there is a catch to qualify you must live or work in palo alto. and earn between $10,000 and $40,000 a year. >> it's undeniable crisis and i hope to see that the cities and people start working together to address this problem. >> applications will be processed on a first come,
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first served basis starting monday morning. fewer and fewer people are buying homes. in fact, home ownership is at its lowest level in more than 50 years. just under 63% of americans own their homes. the number is going lower since 2004. the main reason for the shift is because more young people are putting off home ownership and getting a loan is harder as fewer homes are available. in a similar story rents are rising fast for low end apartments. an analysis by zillow finds a double-digit increase over the last year in most markets they surveyed. the majority of newly built apartments are high-end units creating more competition for cheaper rentals. >> a surprising turn in a 15- year-old murder. why the case of chandra levy is back in the unsolved column. >> and more allegations are
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coming out in a scandal involving bay area law enforcement officers and an underaged prostitute. the latest next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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and i'm kenny choi. the focus of a sex scandal e good morning. it's friday, july 29. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. the focus of a sex scandal involving a bay area police officers has shifted to san francisco. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live outside sfpd headquarters to explain why. anne. >> reporter: new reports that an officer with the san francisco police department named rodger ponce de leon allegedly not only had sex but also did cocaine with this woman while she was underaged. celeste guap now 18 years old and a self-admitted sex worker she has been linked to more than

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