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the news at 11:00 starts right now. tonight, the search continues for the gunman following one of the deadliest halloweens in bay area history. >> the chaotic scene captured on social media. >> there was word the police were already on their way to that home before the shooting started. let's begin team coverage with cheryl hurd who is the first reporter on the scene for us last night. cheryl? >> reporter: well, police just left this location not long ago after being here almost 24 hours. the suspect or suspects are still on the loose, and this investigation is just beginning. tonight crews were out in the dark cleaning blood off the streets party shooting at an re. you are looking at video inside that party. video taken just moments before.
>> this was a party that had over 100 people in it. and all of those people are potential witnesses to what happened. >> reporter: the event was billed on social media as a mansion party. the flyer inviting over 1,000 people to show up. >> it's a very complex investigation. there was a wide area and a lot of people involved. and we're still trying to wrap our arms around what exactly transpired. >> reporter: deputies say they don't know what triggered the shooting. they say orinda police had been called around 9:30 to respond to noise complaints, but when they finally arrived, just over an hour later, partygoers were running from gunfire. some neighbors told us they heard the shots and the aftermath. >> in the middle of the night, we heard people19. and i'm just glad that my kids didn't wake up. >> reporter: authorities say that they found two weapons inside the home. they are being processed in the
crime lab to see if they were involved in this shooting or any other crimes. reporting live in orinda, cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. that party should never have happened. that's the sentiment of neighbors who say they complained before about this very airbnb rental. tonight the push in orinda to change the city rules that allowed that tragedy to unfold. nbc bay area sergio continues our coverage. >> that property has already been pulled from the airbnb platform. it's not clear if the owner is ever going to be allowed to list it again. meanwhile, orinda city officials are looking intighbors say this in the orinda hills. it's a scene the city works to avoid. city ordinances only allow 13 people to stay at a short-term rental. it's clear those rules weren't being followed. now it's likely everything will get another look. >> we have a number of regulations already.
we'll be looking at those regulations and determining whether those regulations should be added to or whether there is any enforcement that can be increased. >> reporter: the owner of this property has already run afoul of the rules a couple times. the first time was for a rowdy party this march. the second was because guests left a mess in the street in july. both times the owner met with city officials and corrected the issues. the city says last night was the third incident reported. >> i believe they tried to call the police as well, or they did call the police as well. >> reporter: orinda city manager says the house was listed on two rental platforms. >> we have contacted booking.c partairbnb already said is expe consider new rules on short-term rentals here. rules that could go as far as an outright ban. sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. the owner of that home says the people who rented it lied,
claiming they were looking to get away from the smoke from the sonoma county wildfires. san francisco-based airbnb releasing this statement. we're horrified by this tragedy and are in close communication with chief david cook of orinda police to offer our support with his investigation into who committed this senseless violence. we'll continue to chase every development on this story. our website nbc bay area.com is also a great resource for the laptop. breaking news out of southern california. check this out. watching a police chase which has turned into a possible hostage situn. riverside the su rode on its rims. the driver repeatedly fishtailing as the rims ground on the floor. then you can see two people bailing out of the suv taking off on foot. one person was taken away in handcuffs but the other person managed to break into a home in
the town of menafee, about 15 miles north of temecula. he enters a house there. it's not clear if there's anybody else in that house with that suspect. of course, we'll continue to monitor the situation. the gun used by a man killed in a halloween police shooting in san jose was a fake. a very realistic replica. the man's fake gun on the right. the real gun on the left. look how similar they are. reports of a manrophe gun. he refused, and that's when the officers fired. thema released. new video tonight showing just how close the kincade fire came to burning right through the town of windsor. we also have new numbers. the fire is now 70% contained. but as thousands of evacuees start heading home, they've got a new challenge from fire to ice. thousands of those homes still
don't have natural gas service which means no heat. nbc bay area's jean elle has more. >> reporter: people are coming back to healdsburg but it's not business as usual. this restaurant is still closed, waiting for that natural gas service to be restored. people are happy to be home, but they are cold. >> came over because we have no oven. >> reporter: shane is having dinner at a pg&e warming center at st. paul's church. it opened a shelter tonight as crews work to restore natural gas service to the kincade fire evacuation zone >>. making the best of cold >> reporter: many evacuees are conditions. no gas means no hot water and no heat with a freeze warning in effect. >> so it was very, very cold last night. and woke up this morning with about 49 degrees in the house. >> reporter: winter jackets will be essential inside and outside
for a few days. pg&e says it turned gas service off to more than 24,000 customers as a precaution. so far, crews have relit nearly 7,000 pilot lights. they aren't expected to start that process in healdsburg until tomorrow night. >> and then we just layer on at night the blankets and the clothing. i've got a few layers. >> reporter: marie johnson is bundled up. cooking with an electric skillet and toaster oven. she and her neighbors are cold, but not complaining. >> but really happy that this town is here. >> reporter: pg&e says it's bringing in extra crews to focus restoring natural gas service. people do have to be home to have that pilot light relit. pg&e also says that warming center here will remain open 24 hours a day until gas service is restored here in town. reporting live in healdsburg,
nbc bay area. let's look at the golden gate bridge. it's beautiful on this first night of november. it's cold, though, across the bay area. our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is with us. right on cue, winter-like temperatures. >> and dangerously cold up here into marin, napa and sonoma. the fire perimeter around gey r geyserville and healdsburg. low to mid-30s and isolated 20s nts and be careful. if you are using a generator and space heater plugged into that, those space heaters can be dangerous so take those precautions. we'll have more on the morning temperatures dropping into the 30s. that's coming up in about seven minutes. >> thanks, jeff. most schools will be back in session starting monday. among the districts opening, bennett valley union, gravenstein, liberty, two rock and santa rosa city schools will all open their doors for the first time in a week. if you want to see the full list
of school closures, go to nbc bay area.com. while calfire is still trying to determine if pg&e is to blame for the kincade fire, we're learning the utilities equipment did start three other wildfires in the east bay last sunday. contra costa county's fire marshal said downed power lines triggered brush fires in lafayette last sunday. pg&e transformer is also being blamed for a brush fire on forest way and martinez. all three fires inre to cut pows part of its public safety shutoff. some cash for their suffering. san jose, oakland and san francisco among the major cities getting $500,000 from the state. the money is going to be used to improve infrastructure in the event of more power outages. each county in the$100,000. but people who lost power or businesses won't see any of that cash. the leaders say they're working on reimbursement for the public. a follow-up to a south bay
homicide we've been covering. police have latested this man. he shot and killed a man near san jose state two weeks ago. he's accused of murdering hollinsworth. he was arrested last week in san diego. president trump held a campaign rally in mississippi and was quick to criticize house speaker nancy pelosi. >> and you've got to look at her district in san francisco. she's spending all her time imp stuff. take a look at what's happening to once, san francisco. it's thousands and thousands of tents and drugs and needles and everything you can imagine floating in the streets in the best neighborhoods. nancy pelosi, go home and fix your district, nancy. go home and fix your district. >> the president also took jabs at beto o'rourke's decision to withdraw from the race for the
white house. even joking about the now infamous ukraine call that triggered the democrats' push to impeach the president. tonight, get ready for the new-look warriors without steph curry. and it was not pretty. it might be this way for the entire season. curry will be out for at least three months which means the warriors will likely focus on next year's draft. today curry had surgery on that a tickets but the show goes on were as cheap as 45 bucks on the warriors l points to the spurs tonight. they are now 1-4 on the young season. we're back in 60 seconds with a new honor for a civil rights icon. tonight the long overdue tribute to tommy smith, five decades after that landmark olympic moment. when you buy soda water oyo get your deposit back. many tell us they are not getting paid to the tune of a quarter billion dollars.
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it's the little things that add up. especially when it comes to money. when you buy a bottle of water or can of coke, you pay that deposit. these days it's harder to get your money back. >> bay area a dime at a time. they turn to chris chould be us turn in their bottles and cans anymore and statewide, they're missing out on hundreds of millions of dollars that the state gets to keep. and that's not the only problem here. we found lots of places that are supposed to pay you back, by law, simply won't. >> freedom is on the march. >> reporter: ronald reagan was president when california redemption value, better known as crv, started in 1986. since then you've paid a nickel or dime deposit on every can and bottle with the promise you could get your money back when you return them to a recycler. >> it's essentially an iou when
you buy that stuff, right? this is how i see it. >> reporter: he's recycled about ottles and paythe rectly him back his crv. >> you're robbing me in daylight by saying i'm going to give you this money back and then turning around and saying, sorry, we can't do that. >> reporter: other viewers around the bay area shared the same frustration with us. the bad news is more than a thousand recyc ling centers have shut down since 2013. theoretically the good news is state law provides a backstop. thousands of stores. in areas with no nearby recycler. select stores have a choice. pay the state $100 a day fine to refuse recycling or take everyone's cans and bottles. right now 404 stores pay the fine. the rest, 3,958 grocery, big-box and convenience stores are all required to accept your cans and
bottles. the state lists them online. but -- >> you go to some stores, they don't even know what you're talking about. >> reporter: our intern and i bagged some cans and bottles and then asked list to cash in our recyclables. turned ayther no. over and over and over again. >> even though there's a sign on the door saying they'll take them. >> after us. >> finally. the dollar tree gave me my nickels. in all, we asked 100 stores, 67 said no. that's two-thirds turning away bottles and cans. >> if they're on the list, they're required to take them. why are they saying no? >> it comes down to a matter of fact of ability to do so. >> james allison represents hundreds of convenience stores and gas stations. allison encourages stores to
comply with the crv law bah the 33-year-old statute shoe-horned many mom and pops into a task they're not equipped to handle. >> what we need to do is take existing law and refine it a little bit that way it clarifies what stores really can and can't serve as recyclinghains like wa safeway and cvs turned us away, too. the store that said no despite a sign in the front window saying yes was walgreens. cvs said we're working to ensure all employees are aware of the crv program patriot col. we turned to cal recycle. the state agency that oversees recycling. it declined to go on camera. there's a jump in enforcement at stores. 1500 surprise inspections this year compared to just 231 in all of 2018. that extra enforcement is too late for a lot of people who
have given up trying to get paid. crv paybacks have sagged 76%. but the state still charges crv 100% of the time. and that means cal recycle banked $265 million it didn't have to reimburse. so where does that money go? cal recycle said it's spending it on recycler subsidies, system improvement and outreach to make redemptions easier. >> uday is irked. he's calling for the state to suspend crv until it finds out a way for people to get repaid. >> stop collecting something you're not going to pay back. that's only fair. >> good question. we asked governor newsom's office about suspending crv temporarily. his staff said that's up to the legislature. sacramento recently tweaked the law to address some recyc ling issues. crv collection just rolls on. you're still required to pay that nickel or dime on just about every can or bottle, even
though you might not get that money back. if you want to find stores near you that are required to pay crv, we can help you do that. we just pointed a link to the list on nbc bay area.com/responds. some stores put unusual restrictionsous. linl accepting glass or only paying us in gift cards. our website will set you straight. >> that doesn't seem fair at all. thank you, chris. more than 50 years ago, they held up their fists in protest. >> tonight a long overdue honor for civil rights icons and olympic medalists who were formally inducted into the u.s. olympic hall of fame. a special moment for a lot of people. the ceremony was at usoc headquarters in colorado, but minutes after being honored, tommy smith, you see him here, flew back to san where he was greeted by this cheering crowd at the san jose museum of art. smith, the one-time san jose state track standout, said he accepted the acknowledgment tonight for the young man he was
back in 1968. >> and i did the induction for me but you see how i carry a trophy tonight. that induction is for that 24-year-old young student athlete from san jose state university earned that. >> it changed the civil rights movement, really changed olympics history as well. tonight's party was held to honor smith and formally open this new exhibit titled with drawn arms. it focuses on his history and contributions to society. the exhibit runs until april 5th. very special night for a lot of them. >> such an iconic photo. jeff, it's friday. and the chill is on. >> i is. f l it as they wake up tomorrow. and then by the afternoon. some good temperatures setting up for your weekend. let's bring you into the microclimate forecast. it's been an extremely long week for many of us. and now on top of the fire evacuations, we're nowin adviso
tomorrow morning. this includes the fire burn zone. cities near it as you can see right here basically from geyserville to mill valley. we have temperatures in the low to mid-30s. patchy frost. cover up those sensiets inside w some of you near the fire burn zones still don't have gas. you're trying to heat your home and wherever you're at right now, if you are using a generator and a space heater, it's not recommended you fall asleep with a space heater going. just be very -- necessary precautions. tomorrow morning's forecast, i think overall we'll dip down to 38 in the trivalley. 42 in the peninsula. mostly clear skies. coldest average with that patchy frost through the north bay with 32 degrees. san francisco 46. and the east bay at 39. definitely feeling like fall as we start off tomorrow morning. now once we push through the afternoon, i don't think any of you at home right now are going
to have a problemnc we push through saturday afternoon. look at this. down in the south bay, numbers near average. a little bit above average for a few of you. 75 in cupertino. 77 san jose. 79 in morgan hill. over to contra costa, alameda. 74 in oakland. 72348 concord. 78 in danville. the peninsula, not that windy but it's a drier wind coming out of the north at 6 miles per hour. that will be good enough to have beach weather in half moon bay. san francisco primarily 70s tomorrow. the marina will be the one cool spot at 69. and right here through marin, napa, sonoma counties, we know you're still recovering from the evacuations and also the fire conditions well off to the north. temperatures won't be too hot but i do have 80 in ukiah, 78 in clearlake and sonoma, 77. air quality a big concern as we hit this week. but this weekend, it's not.
that's because we have that 68%. anything houtdoor, there doesn' remember to fall back those be morning and 60s through next week. i don't see any major weather problems in the forecast through the next seven days and that certainly is the great news. no rainfall the next seven days. i wanted to update you. those rain chances by mid-november. i'm only calling for right now about a 55% chance of that happening. we'll need to wait and see on that activity in the pacific before we can add that rain into the seven-day forecast. >> we have the weekend to go. up next, breaking news about the deadly halloween party last night in orinda. also news from golden gate park. stay with us. happening now -- lori loughlin fighting the latest charges against her. her attorneys say loughlin and her husband plan to plead not guilty to charges of conspiracy to committing federal program bribery. the couple accused of paying
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we have a breaking news update on our top story. in the past few minutes we've learned a fifth victim has died in connection with yesterday's shooting at that halloween party in orinda. we've now learned that a 19-year-old girl from vallejo passed away in the hospital just hours ago. we also know that there are at least three other victims still being treated in local hospitals. at this point we don't know any word on their condition, and we have no word on how many suspects are involved in this case. we're back in a moment.
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decision 2019. we'll get you ready before you head to the polls for this tuesday's special election. >> plus, watching washington ahead of impeachment proceedings. analysis on the sunday morning talk shows. >> that's monday morning, 4:30 to 7:00. >> as we head into the weekend, time to -- do i have to read this? >> giddy up at golden state park. chaparral ranch will offer horse riding lessons. this is the first time you can ride at golden gate park. see how happy those horses are. >> you ride horses? >> yeah, giddy up. >> thanks for joining us on this friday. have a great weekend. >> for some reason he won't say giddy up. >> giddy up. >> thank you, jeff. >> he said it. >> i said it.