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>> yeah, we've been keeping an eye on the big board as have many investors. it is on the downward portion of the roller coaster we've been experiencing for the last several days and it looks like it's continuing to fall. stocks started their plunge after president donald trump ordered in a series of tweets the u.s. manufacturers start finding alternatives to their operations in china. now the president lashed out at beijing after it announced retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion of u.s. products. small business owners are now baffled by his suggestions to find ners. apple 30 oiously announced p t import a por o hour left
you'll have to watch channel 5 for the latest on the stock market and the roller coaster. that continues at the live news desk. i'm emily turner back to you. the u.s. supreme court says that justice beginsburg completed three weeks of radiation. we've also learned that no further treatment is needed at this time. the 86-year-old ginnsburg has had several bouts with cancer beginning back in 1999 and most recently in 2018. right now authorities are looking for four people involved in an organized theft ring. kpix 5 anne makovec is in san mateo county with where they were committing these crimes. >> the thefts aividual people totalling about $70,000 all discovered after a two month surveillance operation that started with a tip.
>> rudy abdulio rivera and they found $30,000 in stolen merchandise. this target store in redwood city is among the places they're accused of hitting. so is this cvs is san carlos. >> we don't get a lot of theft around here. >> the sheriff's office is working to identify the owners of the stoleening property, the suspected stolen merchandise has been returned to the businesses. four other suspects were identified during their search and detectives are now getting warrants for their arrest and people who shop at these places are weary. >> things are changing in the world. we've got some weird people. >> oail tft. prosecse filed 15os cy
million charges against another bay area couple in june and july that occurred across 5-mile stretch of california. new at noon a bullet goes flyings right where a football team and cheering squad were practicing. >> it's a quiet part in a residential part of hayward. people were running from gunfire. >> it's just a sad thing i have to teach my kid or my young teenager now to things happen around us to just sons on t uth t lot and feared the worst. >> i see people running but i
didn't know why he was calling me and then it turns out that the shooting was happening right there. >> hayward police say one man was hit with a bullet and taken to edenville hospital. several witnesses tell police they saw three men running away from the bathroom area immediately after the shot. >> some of the kids were saying they were scared because of what happened they didn't want to come back even though we have no control of what's around us. >> the hayward lancers youth football team wrote quote when things like this happen it makes you reflect on who is important. police say there are no additional safety concerns regarding the cheering. the cheering squad isn't taking any chances. practice wonlt resume until next week. >> and anyone with information regarding this incident is asked
to call hayward police. in sacramento officials are looking in to what caused two trains to crash. a test trainli with a two car passenger train. the others were treated at the scene and released. >> boom, that fast. just flipped over the top of my bike, hit the ground. the guy in front of me he hit the bench in front of him so hard and soe tore his leg all the way across. >> the accident happened just before 10:00 last night near marconi avenue and roseville road. crews are making progress on a wild fire and just in we are learning that three homes have been destroyed by the flames. it began about noon yesterday
and so far 600 acres have burned. right now the fire is 40% contained and at least 1100 homes and other buildings are considered threatened right now. wild fires are raging at a record rate in brazil's amazon rain forest. the brazilian president is considering sending the army in to help fight the flames. environmental organizations say the fires were set by ranchers and loggers who want to clear the land. many conservationist hold brazil's no president responsible. there have been 70,000 fires this year. illinois health officials are reporting what could be the united states first death tied to vaping. a person who recently vaped died after being hospitalized with severe respiratory illness. just this week the cdc identified 150 cases of severe
lung illness nationwide may be tied to vaping. another full day of events today. san francisco the democratic national committee summer meeting. taking the stage one by one to pitch their campaign messages. house speaker nancy pelosi opened up today's event. >> we must also embrace the future and that's what those principles are about. bold, persistent experimentation to trying new things all the time to make the future better. all of that san francisco, the democrats all about a sense of community. >> the three day event ends tomorrow. we'll have much more on this story coming up on our special edition of kpix 5 news at 4:30. billionaire businessman and major conservative david coke has died. it's been reported that he was in poor health. his brother charles coke saying that david was diagnosed with
advanced prostate cancer 27 years ago. according to forbes david coke was the 11th richest man in the world. he was 79 years old. still ahead from the historic great pave effort for the battle for the bay. >> mayor libby shaf joins us in studio. >> plus from student to teacher to volunteer. why sister noel is being honored today. >> today's checking out to be a beautiful afternoon across the bay area. you can see blue skies out there. temperatures cooler compared to yesterday at this time. we'll show you that and the weekend forecast coming up.
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welcome back we have a special guest in our studio because there's a lot going on in the city of oakland. >> mayor libby shaf is here to talk about the city. first we want to talk about the great pave and its push to lay out 100 new roads. that's a big undertaking. >> well this has been four years in the making. it has been a big undertaking and i have to say it started with the voters of oakland passing kk. that bond is what's allowing us to do the biggest paving job at least in modern history. i've gotten used to bumping over our roads and i am excited that
that will hopefully be a thing of the past and for the first time going into those local streets that some of our worst this is about completely replacing the roads from the bottom up so we don't get potholes. >> so it's going to be a nice smooth drive for a lot of people in oakland for the next three years. we're also talking about the a's one of the hottest teams in baseball right now. you've got the battle of the bay tomorrow. tell us about that. >> that's right. well mayor breed and i have a little friendly competition to see who can get more volunteers to sign up for creek to bay day. september 21st and let me just be clear oakland needs to win. please oaklanders go to battlefortheday2019 to sign up and volunteer and we really want to bring awareness if you love
the bay it's not just cleaning up the shoreline. we're really going to be focusing our efforts in oakland. that goes out into the bay. and so, in the spirit of you know first time the bay area's ever had two women mayors on both sides of the bay. it's a friendly competition and it recognizes that we may be two cities but we share one bay. >> well it's a competition but it's a win-win for oakland and san francisco. all the bay area. >> absolutely. >> and you know volunteering is such a great family activity. i always blame my mother. she brought me to these kinds of events every year to really develop a sense of community and look what happened. >> it starts young and competition good for clean up for the coast and it's going to be a great event. mayor shaf joining us here in the studio. once again good to have you with us. and thanks for the insight. >> all right. thanks so much and let's check out the weather in oakland
and san francisco everywhere else in the bay area, mary. >> it's going to be a beautiful day across the bay area and we're already seeing that on our sales force tower cam. we'll see plenty of sunshine. it's going to be a pleasant day for saturday and sunday as well. live look at our sales force tower camera. looking east at the bay bridge and we are enjoying the sunshine at san francisco and on the east bay as well from oakland to berkley. temperatures riding in the mid 80s in concord for oakland. 70 degrees . livermore 88. san francisco 65. san jose 80 and 82 for santa rosa. 24-hour temperature change we are cooler compared to yesterday at this time. about 3 to 6 degrees cooler. 1 to 6 degrees cooler compared to yesterday. here's high pressure in control for us and we're still looking at above average temperatures as we head through the afternoon today through the weekend and into next week. that warm weather pattern will continue for us over the next several days.
taking you hour by hour on future cast and you can see clear skies as we go through the rest of our day. for tomorrow morning some low clouds along the coast and through that golden gate gap there and through parts of the bay we'll see that sunshine for your saturday. allergy sufferers or pollen report medium for today. increases saturday into sunday and especially by monday. if you're suffering from allergies take that allergy medication and do what you can. we are not done with allergy season unfortunately just yet. our sunset at 7:51 and sunrise at 6:32. so 90 in concord. 89 livermore. 87 for san jose. 76 for oakland and 72 for san francisco pacifica in the mid 60s. here's the 7-day forecast and what you can expect with those above average temperatures continuing. a little bit cooler for tomorrow but still above normal for sunday. we bump it up with our
temperatures and especially by monday highs in the upper 90s inland on monday so the hottest day out of the next several days and as we go into next week we're going to have that humidity return. it's going to feel pretty muggy as we head into next week. students are heading back to school for a new year and that includes the oldest high school in oakland. holy names high school which is celebrating its 150th year. jackie ward shows us they are also celebrating the woman at the heart of the community. >> holy names high school is a special place. >> if you're walking through the halls of holy names taking in the history of holy names you might run into aor siary gou walk into the halls. >> sister tells me the mission of holy names is to educate the, spiritually and personally. doing that has gotten harder over the years so she has stuck
to what's worked best for her over the years. >> humor is a great thing and i think you can get to a lot of people through humor. that's all right. they learn. >> originally established in 1868 on the shores of lake merit, the school was first called convent of our lady of sacred heart. holy names first opened its doors on harper drive in the fall of 1931 and sister gerard assures me once you're apart of this community you immediately become a piece of its history. >> it's the people, it's the sisters, it's the faculty. it's the students. it's just being apart of a wonderful place. >> jackie ward kpix 5. the countdown is on to 5:00 p.m. saturday when the 9ers take on the chiefs in kansas city. >> that's right and starting quarterback jimmy garopp #0678dlo will be back on the field on saturday. saturday night there's the
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summertime the lemonade, lemon zest on salads. the marinades we can go on and on. a bowl of lemons in the summertime is important to have around the house. storage is very important. when you buy your lemons you want to make sure they're yellow. nice and yellow like this all the way around and see right here at the end of the skin, right here the peel you want to make sure that's small. you don't want a thick peel. you want a thin peel and they have to feel heavy for their
size. lemons aren't the lemon juice you're using not the pulp. when you bring them home on the counter never ever in your refrigerator. eat fresh and stay healthy a bowl of lemons in the summertime got to have it. >> iced tea with the guacamolely. >> yeah. >> sounds good. >> don't forget tomorrow's the big game. 49ers right here on kpix 5 taking on the chiefs. jimmy g. back on the field. >> have a great day.
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