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her game, but because of how she was born. a disc she is blocked from playing golf not because of her game but because you of hugh she was born. -- how she was been. a discrimination case. a mother accused of killing her children. tonight, you will hear from neighbors who tried to save them. sometimes it puts me a little bit off, kind of feels like i'm not doing enough of my part. >> is that how you feel after leaving the grocery store these days? how retailers are righting to get you to do something good. aches and pains, don't take a pill. go out on a date. tonight, lust can work just like vicodin. a bay area golfer wants to turn pro but she is not being allowed to. it's not that she's not good enough, done reports that she -- dunn reports she may not be
woman enough. >> i'm a female emotionally, physically and legally. >> she has been golfing since she was a teenage boy. she had a sex change surgery in 2005. she won a championship with a 254-yard drive. but after that performance, the long drivers of america changed the rule to match those of the lpga which say women golfers have to be born if he feel. she was -- born female. she was barred from competing. >> to have her and every other trans gender person be entitled to the same equal rights and opportunities that all people in california should have. >> reporter: he notes other sports organizations allow transgender women to complete. >> the wmba in basketball.
the ladies european tour -- i could wrestle in the olympics but there's a problem with me playing golf. >> reporter: he says the rules scrimp nature and he is suing the lpga. just because she was once a man doesn't mean she has an advantage over other women. >> you take estrogen and your muscles at are fee. you're not the same person. that's an urban legend. people say you're the same person physically. you're not. it's not about my size or my past. it's about my golfing ability. >> they say they will not try to shut down the challenge tomorrow, but unless they get rid of the rule, they will try to shut down the tour.
now, on to chile where all three 3 trapped minuters have -- 33 trapped minuters have made it out -- miners have made it out safely. the foreman was the last one out. they spent 69 days deep underground. nobody has ever been trapped underground that long and survived. the whole operation took nearly 23 hours. some of the miners are set to be released from the hospital tomorrow, earlier than expected. one of the most closely watched reunions was the 21st miner -- he was greeted by his miss trees, his wife decided not to show up. she ran into his girlfriend at a vigil at camp hope. neighbors watched in horror. they knew that inside were a mom and her twin girls. they tried to break down the girl but couldn't because it
turns out that door was being blocked for a reason. robert? >> reporter: we are outside of the hospital. this is where 28-year-old monica is on the mend. b as she is mending w are learning that her 3-year-old twin daughters were butchered with a sword. they are not only accusing of delivering those deadly slashes but of a hor -- horrific coverup. even seasoned cops were choked up tonight. >> fire department. we made entry into the department and discovered a female, lacerations not consistent with a fire. >> it was moving for us because
it changed the whole per spigottive when they -- per spigottive and they brought counseled the first little girl. >> tuesday night just before 11:00, they awoke to the fire alarm mattering from apartment 54. >> we looked up at the same time and we seen the flames. you could see like the discoloration. >> reporter: her 3-year-old twin daughters in the room next door. so they try kicking in the front door. >> it only opened maybe three or four inches. i tried shouldering the door and kicking it in. it didn't bunch any more than that. >> reporter: they didn't know the door wouldn't bunch because the twins were blocking the door. he sliced their throws with a sword then stacked their bodies against the front door.
that's when she torched the living room and turned the blade on herself. >> how could a mom do that to her own kids. >> reporter: neighbors say she just moved here and was supposed to be waiting for the girl's dad to arrive. no one ever saw him or any signs of trouble. still, what they heard and saw from the staircase will forever echo in their mind. >> seeing their lifeless body he's, it looked like they were hooking them up to a defib late or. fairfield police are wasting go time. she has been arrested and charged with the murder of her two daughters destruction of evidence and arson. she will go directly from a hospital bed to a jail cell. >> heart breaking story. thank you. well, it's looking more
like that closing in san bruno started across the bay. a preliminary report fingers a power malfunction at pg&e's terminal just minutes before that pipeline blew up. while pg&e was working on it, an electronic signal went out causing the valve to fully open, that meant the gas pressure in the line increased to nearly the maximum allowable. 11 minutes later, pipe 132 exploded. in its response, they say "since the accident, we have reinspected the pipelines. "they also extended its system patties to those affected by the disaster. a man is hospitalized in a shooting in east oakland. chopper 5 was over the scene.
oakland police confirm that the man was shot there around 8:30 tonight. that victim was taken to alameda county medical center where he is in stable condition. no word on a suspect or circumstances of that shooting. san jose police have arrested two teenagers for a fire that ripped through an elementary school in july. that fire destroyed a dozen classrooms. the school library and offices. a press conference on the arrest is expected tomorrow. 500 union city high school students have to be tested for you the bearing low sis. this is after someone tested positive for the disease. it's not clear if that patient is a student. parents have already been notified. one westbound lane of the bridge will be closed.
the crack is 10 inches long and inspectors found that crack during a scheduled inspecs. -- a man tried to grab a little girl from her mom. he's in his late 20s, about 5' 8''. the woman told police she was pushing her one year daughter yesterday in a push and ride toy. a man got out of a red two-door and followed the woman briefly before trying to grab the little girl. the woman fought back, fought the suspect off, he ran to his car and then drove off. they hit you up for cash and it adds up. >> i think they are going to make an enormous impact on breast cancer. >> so you give and you give, but will you keep giving. the newest market ploy to get you to donate to a chart. love, it's a powerful emotion that could be medicine
if you think about it. research shows love is a pain killer. if you plan to pop in and pop out, think again. why starbucks will take a little longer and why that's supposed to be a good thing. 30 degrees warmer in our inlands areas. now, those spots that will cool for our thursday. we will pinpoint your neighborhood as we continue on the cw. [ male announcer ] taxes. so who called prop 13 a "fraud" and a "rip off?" jerry brown. who raised the gas tax as governor, and pushed for higher sales taxes? jerry brown. who tried five times to raise property taxes in oakland? jerry brown. who supported higher statewide income taxes? jerry brown.
it has happened to all of us 6789 you're doing your shopping and the store's cashier asks if you want to make a donation to a charity. what's in it for the store making the pitch? it's known as embedded giving. >> reporter: you hear it at the checkout counter a lot these days? >> would you like to donate a dollar for the breast cancer? >> as you swipe your card, a pitch to pay a little more? >> did you want to donate today? >> for a good cause. >> there is actually a word for it. embedded giving. it raises millions for children. is it something you want to be asked every time you shop. >> no it doesn't bother me at all. >> sometimes it puts me little bit off. kind of feels like maybe i'm not doing enough of my part. >> do you get tired of being asked. >> totally tired. >> they feel sometimes badgered
into giving. guilted into giving, manipulated into giving. >> reporter: this marketing professor's job, she says right now that consumers feel like they are bombarded. >> she says it may be getting over used. >> it's back firing. it doesn't seem like it's special or significant. >> reporter: and we found despite reassurances from cashiers, some shoppers just don't trust it. >> i usually choose not to do nature because i have no idea where the money is going. >> i wonder how much of a percentage the store gets. >> reporter: the state attorney general's office says there is very little regulation of embedded giving. and safe way would talked to us on camera about it saying the topic is touchy. but the company did send us financial statements that support its claim that all the money raised at the cash register does go to causes like
breast cancer research programs. >> i think they are going to make an enormous impact on breast cancer. >> they have made a strategic decision to even ---- invest it into high impact programs so they can make a big difference. >> reporter: safe way is not only one. there are other companies that do thisless. at petco, about 10% of donations go to overhead, the rest help thousands of local animal groups like "give me shelter" which rescues cats. >> the bottom line, as more companies jump on the charity bandwagon. >> it loses it's impact. it becomes meaningless. >> reporter: this cashier's
advice. >> don't do it. >> cbs 5. >> to put all this in perspective, it raises huge amounts of money. safe way a loan has raised $144 million for cancer programs. if you're wondering who gets the tax donations, you do. just save youry seats. it all adds up. love can actually lessen pain. there were 1 five people recruited who had just fallen in love. they looked at the student's brain as they looked at photographs. when looking at a photo of their loved one, a pod rat amount of -- moderate amount of pain was induced. the areas are the same, the -- >> it acts like a drug and a pain relieving drug at that.
>> eventually, learning how to harness the power of love could help relieve pain without drug induced side effects or it could even help people quit smoking. i love my coffee. has it been taking longer for you to get your latte at starbucks lately? they are reportedly being told to steam milk for each individual drink. they say it takes up two twice as long to make drinks this way and that the new rules have resulted in much longer lines. they say the message will produce an even faster turn around with drinks that are farber and hotter. the -- fresher and hotter. the changes are supposed to be implemented until next month. >> until someone drops it on their lap and sues. we head up to 97 degrees in
santa rosa today. that wasn't the record. we did have four recordize. tonight we continue to see -- 41% i will illuminated moon. san jose, the record was set back in 1901. we tie that today. shattered a record in oakland and richmond, they had a brand- new record high of 92 degrees. out the door tomorrow, we're starting to see some formation of stratus. otherwise, clear skies, temperatures in the 50s. here you go, overnight tonight, a little bit cooler than last night. some better sleeping weather. 51 in santa rosa. we will have a slight wind in oakland at 56. otherwise, you want the see an offshore flow. all right. i will get out of the way. there you have it. absolutely nothing going on, jet stream is bearing well.
this means tomorrow we will have the sunshine but as those clouds do develop offshore, our winter rotating to an onshore push. drop down these temperatures ever so gently. beaches and peninsula, about 3 degrees cooler. east bay numbers stacking up from 76 in richmond to 90 degrees danville. brentwood, tracy and -- san francisco the low 70s. that's down from today's high of 87 degrees. you will feel the difference and low 90s for the warm spot the santa roy sa. extended forecast, gradual cooling each day. we will see moderate conditions over the weekend with the influx of a deeper marine layer then we're going to hang on to this weather pattern each and every day all the way through wednesday. cc williams, where do you think this is taking? don't look at where it says?
just think. >> it's not san ramon. >> but it looks like hawaii. >> you're a kill joy. but keep the photos coming. there you go. >> looks like san ramon. >> hawaii? the early bird gets the worm but the early garage truck wakes the neighborhood. why do they come so early? that's tonight's good question. instrumental music ]
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you bolt up out of a dead sleep, convincing your -- convinced your neighborhood is under attack, then you realize all that noise outside, it's garage day. why do garage companies have to start that residential service so early in the morning? that's tonight's good question. everybody recognizes that sound. it's the one that gently weeks you in the wee hours of the morning at least once a week. >> in a residential area we have to get out there at 6ening in the morning. they will -- 6:00 in the morning. they will move down the block pretty quickly. >> it's for good reason, says the spokesman. they want to be off the streets and gone before the traffic starts. >> it's a very dense urban environment so we can't be returning trucks on city streets all day long. streets are narrow, as we all
know, there is not a lot of parking in san francisco, so we need to be in various positions and as safe as possible. >> that means having the right equipments to deal with san francisco's narrow and clogged roadways. >> picking up garage is all about firebase. you can drive from this side of the truck or the other side. just make sure you get it done before anyone weeks up. >> san francisco has the second most dense urban environment in the united states second only to new york city. that means there's a lot of people here, there's a lot of cars at the curb. at 8:00, the thing opens and everybody comes out and here we go again. >> i need your good questions. send them to me at cbs5.com. and i'm calling it the greatest the giants have set their pitching order for the series. i'm calling it the greatest hockey fight i've seen it in a while. we're up next.
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to p giants had one final practice inside at&t park earlier this afternoon before they get ton a plane to head to philadelphia tomorrow. it will be a homecoming for burrell. his career peaked in 2008 when he won a world series ring when the phillies beat the rays. he describes how different this 2010 team is to that one. >> this team is so special. a lot of the guys haven't been to the post season for pivotal guys on our team. the way these guys perform under the pressure and having not been there before is incredible. >> lincecum will get game 1 but sanchez, much better road
pitcher will get game 2. gradkowski left the game with a shoulder injury. it appears campbell will start. raiders against the 9ers on sunday. unbelievable catch. dobson, beat marshall 35-14. this is the best right hook i've seen since stallone. down he goes. served one of the fastest upper cuts. they beat the penguins 4-3. you don't normally see that. guys get tied up. referees separate them but you don't see that. >> you don't have the leverage. >> you must have played hockey. >> wait a minute -- >> he is so wrong. >> they are so wrong. >> they fight all the time.