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captioned by becky lyon." after more than a week lost in the wet, cold wilderness a bay area hiker was found alive. they were spotted off an unmarked trail in false creek state park in santa cruz this morning. they are neighbors. based on a psychics tip they went looking for her at the park today and found her about 2 miles in. collins was suffering from hyopthermia but was smiling when rescuers arrived. a 9-year-old girl shot after answering a knock on the door is recovering tonight. witnesses say the suspect fired about 10 rounds through the front door. it happened around 10:30 p.m. last night along brighton street in hercules. don knapp says police have been to the home before. don? >> reporter: that's right, ann. some neighbors have said and police confirm there have been incidents at that particular home before. but did those incidents culminate in the shooting of a child last night? police can't yet say. >> reporter: it happened here
in the 100 block of brighton street. modern homes and nicely landscaped yards. about 10:30 p.m. last night a 9-year-old girl answers a knock on the door and when she opens it she is shot in the neck and back by a gunman who continues to fire nine or ten more shots into the house. >> he was immediately transported to children's hospital in oakland where at that time she was in critical but stable condition. >> reporter: no one else was struck. the suspect fled on foot. did someone actually target a family member? police will only say -- >> the information we received, we are confident this was a target. >> the police department has been out there after the last several months on different types of calls. at this point the details on
those calls i don't have. >> reporter: matthews says they have leads and police are following them. >> police officers did interview the residents and those that were in the home at the time of the shooting and the neighborhood as well, canvassed the neighborhood. they do have some substantial leads that they are working on and they are hoping to make an arrest. >> reporter: we did talk with a couple of neighbors in the neighborhood this evening who declined to appear on camera but one woman said this is a great neighborhood. the people here love one another and she was very happy to hear the child will survive. another man told us that he had just moved here to get away from the violence in oakland. ann? don knapp in hercules, thank you. a san jose marine killed the day before thanksgiving was laid to rest today. the funeral for 19-year-old lance corporal was held today.
he was killed during his combat deployment fewer than two months after arriving in afghanistan. the military has not said how he died. a marine sergeant from piedmont has been killed in afghanistan. 26-year-old matt abate died in combat on thursday. he grew up in piedmont and went to school there. his parents say he always dreamed of being a marine and turned one when he became 20. he was married and had a 2-year- old son. sentencing is two days away for three people who abused a tracy teen and kept him captive for more than a year. in 2008 kyle ramirez escaped and walked into a health club nearly naked with a chain around his ankle. michael and his wife and the legal guardian at the time all pleaded guilty to more than a dozen felonies and each faces at least 30 years in prison when they are sentenced on monday. cool and cloudy today. we did see some occasional
showers in the bay area today. meteorologist lawrence karnow says more rain is on the way. hey, lawrence? >> nothing like we are going to have tomorrow. and we have seen those scattered showers around the bay area. had a pretty good band that moved through parts of the south bay but we have got a stronger system off the coastline. high-def doppler picking up on some of the moisture right now. we are seeing scattered light showers showing up outside. so if you are headed out you might want to be prepared. you can see the cell moving on by. further to the south we have got some more widely scattered showers. hanging out over the mountain tops but the main band making its way over the central valley. but we are not done, folks. the main event really yet to come. it is sitting off the coastline and it will bring with it a pretty good punch. i believe especially as we head into tomorrow afternoon. we are going to see a whole lot of wind. some heavy rain coming our way it looks like by tomorrow afternoon. we will have more details coming up in just a few minutes. back to you, ann. >> great, lawrence. at this. a catastrophe.
that's what congressal leaders are calling the salmon industry. for the second season in a row salmon season has been canceled because of the lack in california waters. a summit is looking for solutions to near extinction of the salmons. >> reporter: all along california's coast and in its rivers the natural resource is drying up in part because water is being diverted from the delta for use all over the state and over fishing. >> you lose salmon and recreational fishery in northern california is gone. >> reporter: these guys are fisherman who came to the meeting in half moon bay where local congress members wanted to put pressure on the people in charge of our water and fisheries. >> i'm horrified and i think most californians will be horrified when they realize the salmon as a species is about to be obliterated. >> reporter: a 90% decrease in salmon's fall run leading to a federal disaster declaration
and the commercial fishing season has been closed for years. >> so when i say this is code blue i mean it. i think we are at a tipping point here and i think it is important to raise everyone's awareness. >> reporter: but the plan of action hasn't been drawn. >> we are not in a position right now to be able to make a final decision. >> reporter: the bureau of recommendation and department of water resources want to do more studies on how best to restore the salmon population. in the meantime the political wrangling between the interests of california's farmers and fishermen continues. >> it is frustrating because there is so much money behind water. you know. the old saying that whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting is so true. >> reporter: in half moon bay, cbs5. get out your lottery tickets. someone in the bay area is rich. the numbers and where the ticket was purchased. also ahead. notes from nancy garrido. a look inside the mind of the
getting a lock at nancy garrido's letters from behind bars. she and her husband are accused of kidnapping and raping jaycee dugard. she described her husband with phillip and her thoughts about their future. what nancy garrido had to say. >> reporter: the letter starts dearest katherine, i'm always happy to hear from you. at first glance you'd never know these were words from a prisoner, a friendship that started in the el dorado county jail and continues with nancy garrido's pen pal serving a sentence in prison. phillip sends me bible studies that i truly enjoy and bring me closer to our god. but it is clear nancy knows she and phillip will never reunite on this earth. we have a great future in god's kingdom. phil and i don't have one in this world but katherine, phil and i keep our eyes fixed in god's kingdom. there is where our future will be together. nancy knows the only time she will ever get to see phillip is in court where they often
exchange glances. despite her realization of the rest of their lives apart, she seems hopeful, at times even happy sharing details of her time behind bars. thank you for the card you made me. it is so beautiful. i'm not writing nothing in it. i'll send it to him. he will love it. by the way, my birthday was 7/18. turned the big 55. i feel like 30. honestly, i continue to exercise in myself. there are times when nancy's words might come back to haunt her in court. you'll love phillip as well because we are two peas in a pod. she later writes if phillip and i had the living god in our life 18 years ago we wouldn't be in this mess. words from a woman who clearly understands how she and phillip's last two decades will change their lives as they know them forever. even acknowledging her likely future. joining her pen pal katherine in state prison. i'm happy to hear i'll be okey-
dokey there. we adapt to any given situation. it is difficult at first, katherine. our god gives me so much strength to endure my journey. >> that was laurel cole reporting. well, it would have been the biggest web deal ever if it worked out but it appears it hasn't. at least for now. mountainview based google planned to buy group on for $6 billion but published reports say group on decided to stay independent for now. group on is a two--year-old start up based in chicago that offers daily bargains in dozens of cities. the company might pursue an initial public offering of stock. check your tickets. mega millions ticket sold for almost $228,000 at a gas station. winning numbers are 18, 56, 6, 12 and 11 with a mega number of 12. the ticket was sold at the shell station at 5515 auto mall parkway matching five numbers and only missed the mega
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hundreds of wild bay area mushrooms are on display at the lawrence hall of science. at fair, the mott this weekend in berkeley it is all about fungus. at this fungus fair the motto is bring your own mushroom to have it identified and learn more about it like if it is safe to eat. missed it today? it continues tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. in the morning until 5 p.m. in the afternoon. more than 1000 santas perhaps a little too full of christmas cheer gathered at san francisco's civic center today for starting their annual santa con pub crawl. they sample the spirits of christmas. among their rules pay with cash, tip well and walk or take public transportation and don't forget to clean up after your reindeer. >> having a good time? looks like it didn't rain on them too much. >> and they were so popular
they needed the elves for security. >> very heavy rainfall tomorrow afternoon. wind will be whipping through the bay area. lots of clouds and scattered showers out there today but tonight a lot of clouds making their way across our skies and things will stay mostly cloudy all night long and occasional showers but most of that is just going to be some light stuff. we are picking up some of that outside right now. but the wind is going to be the story as we head in top tomorrow afternoon. wind advisory going up. 2:00 p.m. along the coastline as we are expecting some pretty good strong gusty winds. 45 miles per hour. over some of the mountain tops here. sustained winds 25 to 35 miles per hour. it will be blowing pretty good. and it looks like that rain is going to be coming down very hard as we look toward the afternoon. scattered showers showing up around the bay area. light stuff in parts of the north bay and just beginning to make its way over to the east bay as well.
things settling down but still more off the coastline and more to come. main event will move offshore looks like later in the afternoon tomorrow. we will see the winds especially seeing them ramping up tomorrow. rain heavy at times especially afternoon and mountain snow is kind of a warm storm so we are talking about 7000 feet to begin with then the snow levels start to drop somewhat. temperatures outside right now mainly in the 50s at this hour. i think if you plan on traveling around the state tomorrow be careful. it will be pretty wet and that's coming in with lots of rain and gusty winds so high profile vehicle. got to be very careful. high country. snow level above the mountain peaks in the tahoe area. lots of snow monday and tuesday catching a break. storm system watch it dive to the south here and spin around. it is picking up some tropical moisture here and starting to make its way into the bay area. as it moves closer and closer overnight and tomorrow the winds will start to ramp up. it will be a blustery afternoon around the bay area by tomorrow. and looks like it will continue well into the evening. computer model picking up this
overnight tonight. as we head into tomorrow not a bad morning. you've got a lot of clouds, occasional rain drop but not until the middle of the day will we begin to see the front start to make its way onshore and will bring with it rain on and off heavy into the evening. temperatures mild with the storm system coming out of the south. 50s and 60s by tomorrow afternoon. and as we look out over the next couple days showers going to start to taper off on monday. drying things out come tuesday another chance of rain as we look towards wednesday and possibly into thursday and friday. but doesn't look too bad after that. this one going to be the main event it looks like for the next seven days that one coming in tomorrow afternoon. here is gary with sports now. >> thank you, lawrence. civil war time in oregon. ducks and beavers doing battle for bragging rights. and auburn win and they are in the title game. plus, the little golf from southern california. tiger woods doing well at his own tournament. did it stay that way during round 3? sports is next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
able to pick up roses in palo alto for pretty cheap... today auburn put an end to stanford's chances of going to you might be able to pick up roses in palo alto for pretty cheap because auburn put and end to stanford's chance of going to the rose bowl. >> they line up to the right side. >> there she goes.
>> oh, my gosh. adams. touchdown on the hail mary. >> holy cow. my gosh. auburn can do no wrong this season ending the half with the hail mary touchdown. running for two more. tigers blow out south carolina 56-17 to win the sec championship. cool play. i'll take a beaver over a duck almost every time only time i won't is when it is on a football field. oregon had to win the civil war against oregon state and its national championship time baby. the ducks ran all over their state rivals. right there. michael james scored his second touchdown of the game. oregon ran for 346 yards and beat oregon state 37-20 to cap off a perfect 12-0 regular season. and this one is now a final here in moscow. 26-23 in overtime. spartans finished their first season under mike mcintyre at 1- 12. derek jeter and yankees agreed to a three-year, $51
million deal for an option for a 4th year that will keep derek jeter in pinstripes through the year 2004. more baseball news now. padres traded adrian gonzales to the red sox in exchange for three of boston's top prospects. gonzalez hit over 30 home runs in each of the last four seasons but was in his final year of his contract and san diego wasn't going to be able to sign him to a long-term deal. little afternoon hockey now for you. take a look at this. game 2 of the sharks five-game road trip. first period sharks down 1-0. ben comes up with the loose puck. and tied it right there. third goal in four games but it wasn't enough. montreal scored once in each period. the put back. that's the dagger. montreal canadiens win by the count of 3-1. cal in ames, iowa. harper camp. led the bears with 14 points and 10 rebounds. final minute now cal up by 3.
scott christopherson gets open an knocks down his 7-3 of the game. gutierrez gets inside. the hoop. the foul. box scores all nine of his points in the second half. cal gets the big road win. they beat iowa state 76-73. >> joan boyle's bears are 5-0 at home this season but unfortunately today's game was on the road. 7th ranked texas a&m was too much for cal to handle. danielle adams with the lay in right to the lane. led with 19 points and 10 rebounds. a&m wins 74-58. how about golf now? third round. tiger has got a little spring in his step and for good reason because take a look at that shot. nice swing. stayed right with it. gets that to within 5 feet and easy birdie putt for his third bird in a row. tiger fired a 68 and has a four-stroke lead over graeme mcdowell. bill belichick doesn't appear to be stressed out over his upcoming monday night game with the jets. he gave his players the day off
then explained what they did. >> golf. batminuteton tournament. ate some watermelon. played cards. >> it was nice. then pony rides. and little canoeing. >> much better coach than a comedian. >> rex ryan also very calm and cool. his team very similar to the pats. identical records of 9-2. but the similarities don't end there according to him. >> i never realized how similar that i am to tom brady. i mean, the obvious physical appearance would be the first thing. okay. the fact that he is married to a supermodel, hello. i'm also married to a supermodel. i just happened to open enstyle
magazine, page 329. >> i don't see any difference. there you go. tom and his wife and rebs and his wife identical. >> good sense of humor. it is becoming a familiar call to animal rescue. a wayward sea lion shown up for a third time in a place where she doesn't belong. what rescuers think might be going on with a marine mammal. that story and more tonight at 10:00 p.m. on the cw and 11:00 p.m. right here on cbs5. that's going to do it for this edition of eyewitness news. we will see you at 11:00 p.m. until then our latest weather an news is on cbs5.com. have a good night. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: email@example.com ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,