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. this is kix 5 news. he' out of jail today. the suspect in the deadly stabbing of a dodgers fan. why he won't be charged for now. and an oakland city councilman is being compared to hitler. the backlash over his plan to keep kids safe. and taking a live look outside, here's a gorgeous picture over the bay. it is clear and cool this morning, but temperatures are going to warm up, and weir going to see a whole lot of sunshine. your saturday forecast just minutes away. >> that looks like a pretty good start. it is now 7:00 on this saturdays morning, september 28th. i'm brian hackney. ann is off this morning sgli eem elizabeth wanger. >> the questions get harder as we go along this show. when i look at you, you talk. right now you're going to tell us a little about the weather.
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>> loik i said, temperatures are a little on the cooler side this morning. we had a clear and cool night. this is what it looks like outside. you isle notice temperatures mainly in upper 40s. 50 greece in concord chld 55 in san francisco and only 47 in santa rosa. like i said, we are going to see a warm day on tap. sunshine wall to wall. we are watching that. low pressure system just to the northwest. we'll tell you what that means for the start of the workweek coming up. >> okay. thanks. we begin with developing news this morning. 21-year-old michael nont gomly, the man arrested for killing a dodgers fan is out of jail this monomorning. san francisco's da says there's not enough evidence to charge montgomery. 24-year-old jonathan denver was stabbed to death after the giants/dodgers game. montgomery was arrested that very night. the victim was at the game with his father, his brother and some friends. the group left for a bar during the 8th inning of the game, and that's where a fight between denver's group and some giants fans started, and it ended on
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the streets. now, the suspect's father told an lodi newspaper his son was attacked, and he defended himself. that's the same story that montgomery told the mate while he was in custody. >> he said basically that it was just a typical kind of riot situation that might happen at a sporting event where he was really outnumbered and had to defend himself. i hadn't read about it in the papers or heard it on the news before that. that's all i had to go on. >> san francisco police had another suspect in custody, as well. that person was also released yesterday. still a lot of questions about what really happened that night. kpix 5's joe vazquez with what people are saying in fort bragg where the victim live and had worked. >> what are you hearing from the guys involved. >> i'm hearing that the people from lodi that initially started the fight. >> how did they start it? what were they saying. >> they were just bad mouthing, you know, the dodgers colors and stuff like that. >> we've heard about john, your other buddy, actually, he was
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beaten up pretty bad. >> yeah. my friend joey was also beat up, as well. >> what'd they do to him. >> he had black eye and stitches under his eye right here. he looks pretty bad. >> what does he say happened. >> he was knocked out cold. he doesn't raeb whole lot. >> we reached out to joey, as well as rob who was also there for the fight. neither of them have made themselves available to talk. in fort brag g, joe kpix 5. >> the dodgers paid tribute to jonathan last night with a moment of silence at the team's first home game since that stabbing. negotiations continue later this morning in the bart labor dispute. management in two employee unions trying to hammer out a new contract to avert a strike in less than two weeks. in the meantime, the agency is making contingency plans to use more charter buses if a strike does happen. as many as 200 buses compare today just 60 during the first strike back in august. we're live this morning in fort mason and san francisco about 30 minutes ago.
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thousands kicked off a two-day walk to support the breast cancer cause. it's the 11th annual avon walk. many supporters and survivors are taking part in the 39.3 mile journey. since 1992, avon has donated $780 million for breast cancer research and access to care. the event ends right back at fort mason tomorrow. developing news in pakistan this morning, another major earthquake shook the southwest area of the country today. the 6.8 magnitude quake struck the province, the same area where a 7.7 quake occurred last tuesday so this is an after shock, but a big one. there are reports some houses damaged in the first quake collapsed in the second quake today. and all of this is happening as aid efforts are going on for thousands of people left homeless from the earlier quake. the pakistani military has been air dropping food ration, tents and blankets for survivors, but there's a complication. insurgents have been firing at military helicopters.
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two near misses so far. right now the number of dead from tuesday's quake stands at 515. president obama says the health insurance exchange go into effect on tuesday will allow mirns to comparison shop. he says that many will see cheaper prices and get tax credits, and he say it is republican threat to shut down the government is disturbing. >> no one getz to hurt our economy and millions of innocent people just because there are a couple of laws that you don't like. it hasn't been done in the past, and we're not going to start doing it now. >> say that is he will not negotiate over raising the debt ceiling. congresswoman cathy rogers of washington gave today's republican's response. >> fortunately, the president is now demanding that we increase the debt limit without engaging in any kind of bipartisan discussions about addressing our spending problem. he wants to take the easy way out. >> the congresswoman says a failure to address what she
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calls the government spending problem will lead to high taxes, higher prices, and fewer jobs. well, the bay area will shee a big impact if the government shuts down. kpix 5 ken bas tida shows us the national parks and other attractions that will close right along with it. >> adventure seekers form long lines late in the day to visit al ka traz, but unlike al capone, they want to go. >> oh, we were doing it again because we enjoyed it the first time. >> but if the government shuts down, attractions like alcatraz will close, too. classified nonessential services, but pretty important to tourists who came a long way to be here. >> all the way from the netherlands. >> this is top on your list. >> yes, it was. or second. >> shouldn't do it on a major thing like this. not yet. close down some of the other stuff that's not important. this is very important for tourism. >> it's not just alcatraz
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either. there are 11 national sites around the bay area that would be cut off from visitors from year woods and the golden gate national recreation area to the brand new national park, the pinnacles. >> the national parks, all of the national monument, anything is a gift, and for us to be in that much trouble financially to shut that down for everyone in the world to not be able to enjoy it is really sad. >> time is running out to keep the government and the national parks open. if not, vacations could be cancelled for countless familys from far and wide. >> just crazy. they should figure it out. it shouldn't come to this point. >> ken bastida, kpix 5. >> one more by the wachlt if the government shuts down, people hoping for an fha-backed mortgage are going to have to wait because those applications will not be processed. new this morning, fremont police are looking for a man they say kidnapped and robbed a woman earlier this month. that's a sketch of the suspect who forced the victim into her car at gunpoint to the warm springs area. short while later, he took her
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money and ran off. he's described as slender middle east earn man in his mid 20s with waive have i or curly hair. the woman was not physically hurt. a security guard shot a man who allegedly try today rob a reporter. the reporter had just finished an interview in san francisco's bayview district last night when two men appeared with a gun and demanded his gear. the security guard who recently retireed from the oakland police department opened fire. bullets hit one suspect's leg. somebody drove him to sf general, and police were weight for him at the hospital. the reporter wasn't hurt. bay area tv stations, including ours, regularly hire security guards for news crews in areas that pose a security risk. and another crime-nighting plan under fire in oakland. a council member wants to keep kids off the streets after dark. kpix 5 christin ayers with the residents who say it's just not going to work. >> not roaming the streets of oakland night after night.
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that's what councilman noel believes, and he's proposed a curfew law he says would keep young people off the streets. >> anyone under 18 years of age, you need to be off the streets by 10:00. >> and in klass or accompanied by an adult during school hours. a proposal so contentious that signs are going up in gayo's district showing the councilman with an swastika superimposed on his forehead. it's the work of a vicious and vocal minority who he believes is pushing city council members around. >> some of us on the council get intimidated. >> gayo stays community supports a curfew law, but two similar laws have failed in the past, and some oaklanders told us they doubt it would work. >> do you think it's more of, like, a band aid. >> yeah. an ill-fitting one at that. >> i haven't seen a lot of studies that show that a curfew has a direct affect on crime dropping. >> well, you know -- you know, there is -- there is many from
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cease fire to curfews to whatever. itis what we do as a city to enforce the rules. the problem is oakland, i can get away with everything in this city. >> gayo says oakland police a 20 percent jump in robberies, assaults and burglaries committed by young people from 2011 to 2012, but that may not be enough to sway oakland. >> still find a way to be out. >> this isn't the only sign that the curfew law could be dead on arrival. so far only one city council member had publicly voiced support for gayo's proposal. in oakland, christin ayers, kpix 5. >> the bureau of justice awarded oakland $500,000 grant to help police curb gangs and gun violence there. it'll be used as part of the project safe neighborhoods program. going from high-powered tech jobs to dog walking, drastic career changes some people are making when the bay area job market throws him a curve ball,
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plus. >> they have this amazing immune system that keeps them well even. >> well, this might help sharks get some good press. the key component in their blood that might help cure cancer. and it is all sunshine by this afternoon. across the coast bay and inland and warm temperatures, as well. so if you railly like the sunshine, soak it in because we do have big changes coming in the next 72 hours. your 7-day fore kwas is coming up next. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,
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lobster diving trip captured ese . take a look at this video. elizabeth, you'd like this, too. waterspouts touched down just north of the florida keys. a captain on a lobster-diving trip captured these images on wednesday. waterspouts, essentially brief and low-level tornados, and as the boat passed through one of them, the wind was strong enough to open the boat's deck hatches and knock the boat around a
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little bit. that's something. post recession, many middle-aged workers are finding that in order to get back into the work force, they need to make big career changes. kpix 5's lynne ramirez shows us how some people who used to have coveted silicon valley jobs went a totally different direction. >> maria ortiz has passion and purpose as a fitness instructor and owner of her own super slow zone franchise in san jose, but it's not how she started out after a long and lucrative career in the investment and high-tech corporate world. she was face wad choice, move to another state or lose her job. >> it just gayo's ne timing per spect i have, opportunity, what is it i really want to do with my life and can i do something that's a little bit more meaningful other than contributing to somebody else's bottom line. >> she decide today reinvent hearst in middle age. maria ortiz 2.0. >> that was big jump. it was a big leap of faith, and weir still leaping.
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we're still jump sog that's the big thing. >> foj natalie unfortunately i got laid off six, seven year ags and decided to do something totally different. >> moved onto something he threwly loves. he founded a dog training and dog walking business in tracy caring for the pets of people with long commutes like he used to have. >> took awhile to build it up, but i'm kind of here now. i don't have any aspirations to want to go back. >> good afternoon. thank you for calling. >> the silicon valley staffing company says the radical career change is one trend coming out of the recession, especially for 50 somethings who have been laid off and aren't getting rehired. >> some have been willing to take a pay cut to try something new and then kind of swerve from there. so we are seeing some great success stores. it just takes persistence as with anything. >> maria ortiz took a pay cut plus sung her life savings into her business. her advice to others is simple. >> you need to find something
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that you're passionate about because you're gonna live it. you're gonna breet it. >> that passion, she says, is the difference between springing out of bed in the morning to do something meaningful for just going to work. ? san jose, lyn ramirez, kpix 5. >> an april 2013 survey conducted by harris interact i show that is just 14% of american workers have a dream career. one of them, though --. >> i was going to say you. you were one of those people, right. >> i'm living the dream. so are you. it's 16 minutes after 7:00. thanks, by the way, for coming by kpix 5 this morning, you especially. >> me especially. i get to sleep in a little bit today, 4:00 a.m. compared to the 2:30 wake-up call on the weekdays. let's take you outside. the avon breast cancer walk is going on today in san francisco walking out to marin county where they're setting up some of the booths by fort mason. as you can see, it is -- people are wake up to a beautiful morning. it looks like sunrise right around 7:03 this morning. just a gorgeous day to get sxout do some walking.
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it's a little bit on the chilly side this morning. temperatures are mainly in the 40s and 50s. but by this afternoon weal warm things up mild to warm temperatures. let's take a look at those weather headlines. here we go. sunshine mild to warm temperatures and then rain chances. you can believe it. pretty big changes coming by late sunday into monday morning. so let's focus on this afternoon. if you like sunshine, you will have plenty of it no matter where you're going around the bay area. looks like mainly 60s and 70s along the coast and 70s to even mid 80ings in some of our inland spots. we are watching that. that's the storm system out of the pacific northwest. it is going to reach the bay area in the next 72 hours. weal show you future cast what's going on. week high pressure system, though. you can see that cold front moving in late sunday into monday the overnight hours. napa, santa rosa, sonoma. that's where they're going to be likely hit with the biggest rain, but everyone could get a chance of some sprinkles by -- by monday morning. not a whole lot of rain, but there will be likely some out
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there. so if you're doing any traveling around northern california, this week ebd or this afternoon, you'll see lots of sunshine around northern california. 83 in sacramento. 77 out in owes miets. little cooler, of course, out in eureka with a high of 66 there. we're painting things with a lot of orange around some inland spots meaning pretty warm weather out in fairfield, concord, livermore. 60s along the coast. step out of the way so you can see that temperature. your high in pacifica. mainly 70ings around the bay. oakland, san francisco. so here's a check of your forecast over the next several days. saturday, we got the sunshine and then the clouds roll in for sunday as that cold front moves in and then really sunday evening goo monday morning we do have the chance of showers. mainly north bay event. chance of sprinkles really for all parts of the bay area. warm weather comes back and little mini heat wave look pretty good for the start of october. >> wow, yeah, end of the week.
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mid 80s. >> that's mid 8 os. . >> we'll take a little spreng l. >> yeah, exactly. >> appreciate it. thank you, elizabeth. in this morning's health watch, antibody from a surprising source could help fight breast cancer. cbs reporter alfonso van marsh tells us the antibody comes from the blood of sharks. >> biologists helen duly isn't afraid to dive with sharks. the scottish researcher stays toothy predators are misunderstood. >> they seem to get pretty bad press. they're really really cool animal sdmrs cool and cold-blooded. shark's blood could help night breast cancer. scientists believe an antibody which helps sharks fight off disease could do the same job in the human body. >> they have this amazing immune system that keeps them well even in kind of dirty oceans. we might be able to use that to help people. >> this is certain type of antibody found only in the blood of sharks helped these animals fight viruss and parasites for
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millions of years. the three-year study will look at how the antibody may stop molecules in some breast cancers from telling cancer cells to grow and divide. if scientists are right, new cancer drugs might be developed with help from deep within the see. alfonso van marsh, cbs news london. >> about a quarter of all breast cancers contain the cells researchers are targeting. sex, lies and snooping. how some ajents are using the spying powers of the nsa to improve their love lives. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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historic phone call. ma on the phone . this morning we have the picture of the president making a his tore irk phone call. mr. obama on the phone with ie rain yan president. it's the first call between an american and an iranian leader since the hostage crisis in 1979. they discussed iran's nuclear program. >> president has indicated iran will never develop nuclear weapons. i made clear we respect the right of people to access nuclear energy in the con teshgs of i ran meeting its obligations. the test will be meaningful, transparent and verifiable actions. >> after ward, tweeted if we can make progress on nuclear matters, other issues such as sir ra will be positively affected. president obama responded for
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issues for a safe journey and apology for the traffic around the un. >> another spieg scandal at the nsa. this time kpix 5 sharon chen tells u ajents caught abusing power. >> love, sex and nsa. tas great movie script, and it was in this means war. two jell intense ajents discover they're dating the same woman, one even monotorg and intuptding the other's activities it's definitely not legal and not just in the movies. the operation even has a name, lof int as in intelligence. the national security agency detailing in a letter to congress 12 cases in employees my using the wide ranging snooping power of government to spy on love interests. reviewing telephone numbers called on a girlfriend's phone, listening to collective phone conversations of an employee's
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mistress, looking ip e-mail addresses belonging to a former girlfriend, tasking the system to scan for communications of a wife, and in one case, a woman checked a foreign telephone number she discovered in her husband's cell phone because she suspected he'd been unfaithful. >> several of these case were referred to the department of justice for potential prosecution, appropriate discipline, action in other cases. we hold ourselves accountable every day. >> but james banford, author of the shadow factory about the nsa says this is probably the tip of the iceberg. he blames human nature saying it's hard to resist taking a peek at a lover's communications when you have the power to track them anywhere in the world. >> they have somebody in there who has the access and has the capability and has the emotional issue involve. you pit all that goert. it's a very tempting thing. >> the nsa stays 12 cases happened over a period of ten years, and they have been dealt
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with. sharon chen, kpix 5. >> according to inspector general, in nearly every case, the employees were allow today retire without punishment. a judge in illinois is allowed challenging a state ban same-sex marriage. the suit claims the ban is unconstitutional, but lawyers from the thomas mooree society say the ban should stand. in a ruling, the judge threw out claims from three same-sheks couples but cleared the way for two others. courtroom arguments are set next month. new jersey judge ruled yesterday same-sheks couple can get married starting october 21st. that's what huge celebration of the state, but the war is far from over. governor chris christie says he will appeal that decision in higher state court. still ahead in our next half hour, the affordable health care act, the major players setting
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up the new health care reform the bay area film festival connecting women and their causes. how it's helping local nonprofits next month. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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launch of obamacare. but the government exchange isn't your o . this is kpix 5 news. we're just day ace way from the law firm of obama care. the government exchange is not
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your only option. how private broker ks help you navigate the confusion. >> and it is a lovely morning to wake up in the bay area. here's a live look over san francisco over the golden gate bridge. we'll have a look at your 7-day forecast coming up. plus hope and fuel. hope and pride, actually. feel like a special walk in the bay area right now. thousands joining breast cancer survivors in the search for a cure. we'll check in leave today with avon's walk for breast cancer. itis now 7:30 in the morping on saturday, september 28th. i'm brian hackney. ann is off. and you. >> i'm elizabeth wanger feeling that coffee kicking in. we're good. it should be a great day if you like sunshine. good day getting out and doing walking for breast cancer walk in san francisco. let's take live look outside what the current conditions are out there right now. you may need a jacket. it is a let l cool. temperatures mainly in the 40s and 50s. i just updated these temperatures we're seeing now 55 in oakland. only 44 degrees in santa rosa. things are going to change by
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this afternoon. mild to warm temperatures. you want to stay tund for what those are in just a few minutes. >> all right. we'll do that. thanks, elizabeth. we are following two developing stories this morning. first the man arrested for stabbing a dodgers fan this week was released last night. the da's office says there's not evidence to charges lodi. a second suspect was also released. the clock is tick for a shutdown. the senate now pass add bill and sent it back to the house. today president obama reiterate add shutdown would hurt the nation's economy. in her parties response, the president try today take the easy way out on both the budge sxet raising the debt ceiling. . well, enrollment for obama care begins on tuesday. >> hi, good morn sdmrg good morning. >> is christopher home. >> we're not selling sglig do you currently have insurance. >> health insurance workers are going door to door to spread the word. a new poll from the kaiser family foundation found 43% of uninsured americans still have
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no idea about the new exchanges. the government is not the only place where you can sign up for obama care. on the consumer watch, julie watts reports the uninsured can also turn to insurance ajents and brokers. >> there's no subs institute for human interaction. >> consumers like andrew are singing a tune that is music to the eers of insurance brokers everywhere. as the obama care exchange goes online, nationwide brokers are emerging as major players than healthcare reforms. >> think of us as the of health insurance. >> heads up the nation's largest private online health insurance marketplace. it's one of six online brokers approved by the government to sell plans in the subsidized insurance market. he admits he has lobbied hard to grab a piece of the obama care pie. >> obama care tat end of the day either succeeds or fails based on enrollment. >> californian s who don't need a subsidy don't have to use the government's insurance exchange they can go directly to a broker
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online or in person and won't cost a penny. >> they have to have them. >> ajents and brokers are crucial to help guide consumers through the complexity of obama care. hidden fees, there are none. brokers get paid by the insurance company sglefr carrier has their own nuances, their own pricing and their own way of doing business. looking from one to the other, there are similar tis, but there's a lot of differences, too. >> cea lauer says competition is good while the government's exchange offers subsidies for some, brokers offer guidance and more options for others. >> put those two things together, you're going to have more people enrolled than if we're not both doing this. >> some critics worry that commission-based brokers might push clients towards higher-paying insurers, and they also worry because the insurers are paying brokers, it may eventually lead to higher premiums. on the consumer watch, julie watts. of course there are a lot of questions about the new healthcare law. next wee we'll be bringing you
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the five things you need to know about signing up for obama care. those special reports all next week on kpix 5 news at 6:00. the 11th annual avon breast cancer walk kicked off about an hour ago. joining us live from fort mason is elois. she's the program droekter of the event. elois first -- i hope i ot your name right, and second --. >> you did. >> oh, good. how is it going so far this morning? it looks nice. >> great. it's been a gorgeous morning. we're here for the avon walk breast cancer san francisco. we just had our opening ceremony. thankfully they have raised more than $4.2 million this weekend. >> that's great. how much, you know, on average does each one of those walkers hope to raise. >> sure. each one of our walkers does commit to raising $1,800. thankfully many of them go well above that, which is wonderful, but with a new diagnosis of
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breast cancer every three minutes in this country, pretty much everybody knows somebody who's been affected by the disease so some of our walkers have no problem getting those donations. >> you've done extraordinarily well. you've raised about half a billion dollars to the av on walk since 2003. tell me about the route this morning. you're starting out at fort mason, right? where do you go from there. >> sure. we walk all through san francisco. we go over the golden gate bridge. we end up at madera this afternoon where we'll spend the night. we have a wellness village where walkers spend the night. we take good care of them. they start walk again tomorrow, and we'll end up back here at fort mason. we give them a really nice tour of the area, and they have an amazing time. for sell bra toir, very inspeier weekend together. . >> men can join, too. >> absolutely. we have several hundred men here with us this weekend walking with us, and men can get breast
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cancer, too that's very important thing to point out to people. i think a lot of people don't realize that's possible so by the time men do get diagnosed it's usually a much further more serious situation because they waited so long so that's a very important point. >> all right. elois, the 11th annual avon breast cancer walk starting at this hour and tomorrow, as well, right. >> yes. our closinger is moe sni right back here tomorrow at 2:30 in the afternoon at fort mason so everybody can come on down and join us. >> i wish you all the luck in the world. it's a worthy cause. i'm so happy the weather cooperated, as well. have a good day. >> gorgeous day. thank you. >> sure looks like it. thanks so much. in other news around the bay area we now know the name of the teenager killed in a horrific car crash in san francisco. he is 16-year-old kevin san. tangled pieces of metal are what's left in the two vehicles after it pacted. police say a mercedes speeding down slamed into the back of a
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mini van yesterday. inside that mini van, the teen who died, his sister and his mother. both are in serious condition. the driver of the mercedes was not seriously hurt. she's being questioned by police. more bay area headlines. suspect has now been arraigned in the murder of a san francisco state student. prosecutors say that nick waved his gun in front of a restaurant and then boarded an muni train continuing to play with the weapon. police say he followed justin value dez off the train and shot him in the back. help is coming for the shorthanded san jose police department but not immediately. 40 cadets graduated yesterday. now, they'll do about four months of field trang before they hit the streets on patrol. a hay fire burning north of vacaville is still burning out of control today. flames are jumping from hay stack to hay stack and even a truck no match for the flames. nothing is left but a burned-out shell. a massive fire bowl started late thursday night. the fire chief stays fire will
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most likely burn for about a week. an immigrant mother in the bay area finding her voice and her dignity. the film festival showing maria of many and will chat with the film maker next. plus why did it happen? they're looking for an answer that maybe is not an answer they're going to find. >> well, even the unanswerable doesn't intimidate this week's jefferson award winners. what they're doing to help families avoid the tragedy they endured. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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(oh-jack-ee-ahns) have rais . this week's jefr sign ward winners are a formitdable team. together mary and vic four children built successful careers. vic wivenz mayor of palo alto, but kpix 5 says none of that prepared them for what happened nine years ago. >> i was very naive sitting out there, you know, just thinking, boy, i have great kids and i'm a
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good guy and everything will be -- everything is just fine. >> that's when vick and jackie learned their 21-year-old son adam a student at uc davis died by suicide. >> most people asked the question why. >> what vic and mary learned after talking with adam's friends and professors was that for the first time, adam was dealing with depression. >> he did show some signs, but nobody had ever been trained to recognize. >> not adam, his friends or his teachers knew enough to get him the help. >> 70% don't seek treatment. vic and mary realized that was a lack of awareness. people didn't want to talk about mental illness, and there had been cut backs sgla lot of these campuses were cutting back on things. the first thing they decide today cut back on was mental health services. >> so they lobbied dpr millions of dollars through a stiet-wide
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initiative so all uc, state and community colleges could expand student mental health services. >> vic and mary have made talking about mental health an okay thing to do. >> stephny welsch oversees the state and student mental health program. >> we want to make sure we provide resources, education, that we teach people about the warning signs and that people know that suicide is preventable. >> in santa clara county, they helped create a county-wide strategic plan for suicide prevention, and when a palo alto school experienced a rash of suicides, they worked on a prevention program that's being adopted by school districts around the state. >> things can change so there are things we can do. we don't have to suffer in silence. we're just there to help save a life. >> so for helping to save lives in their community and across the state, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to vic and mary. kate kelly, kpix 5. >> the gave us a lot of resources to share. we've posted all of them online.
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you can navigate to click the logo at the top of the page, then jefferson awards to find the story. and now on a beautiful start to your saturday morning, 16 minutes before 8:00, we have elizabeth wanger in to do the forecast. >> that's right. filling in for you. >> yes, that's right. you're doing a little bit too well. you could mess a few things up sglp i don't know. i enjoy doing it on the sunny days. only a week ago we saw all that rain remember last saturday. >> it was amazing. more rain coming in. >> yeah, there is. we do have changes in the next 72 hours, but we'll focus on this afternoon's highs. we are going to see mild to even warm temperatures depend wrg you are. we do have cool temperatures mainly in 40s and 50s. clear night overnight. not a whole lot of cloud cover to keep things warm. by this afternoon, the sunshine makes comeback, and yes we do have rain chances especially in the north bay to start off this workweek. here's a look at those afternoon highs, mainly in the 60s and 70s around the coast and inland some of our spots could reach into mid 80s. no rain in our immediate forecast, but we are watching this. tas low pressure system up to
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the northwest so it's a weak high that's bringing us all this sunshine now. so in the next 72 hours, we'll time it out a bit with future cast. kind of boring weather here today and sunday evening into monday morning, that's wheen things start to change. santa rosa, napa, sonoma, that 's where we see likeliest rain chances, but everywhere in bay area could see a chance of sprinkle by monday morning and it quickly is out of here, by the way. all right. so your often highs mainly in 60s and 70s along the coast today. like i said, 64 in pacifica and a completely different story out in livermore. high of 85 there. low 80s in concord and fairfield. checking the forecast other the next several days, saturday sunshine and then we have some changes coming sunday into monday. that's where we do have those rain chances and then it quickly exits and we have high pressure building back in tuesday through the end of the workweek with temperatures once again soring into the mid to even upper 80s. that is a check of your weekend
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forecast. all right. thank you. you're looking at a bay area film festival that connects women and their causes. it's also raising cash for bay area nonprofits. maria of many is one of the films debuting at luna fest. film maker alec sand ra joins u now. good morning. thank you for coming in. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> at your tender age, you're already a documentary film maker. >> i'm a documentary student. >> among other things you've already done. you graduated with a degree in international relations; is that right. >> that's right. >> now, you veered off. >> that's threw. >> the film you have made is called what. >> maria of many. >> maria of many, many what? what does that mean. >> many immigrant women, specifically in the bay area, who are both fighting for domestic workers' rights and
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sharing their immigrant story. >> well, tell me about maria. who is maria, and how did you decide to pick this as a theme, the theme of -- of immigrant women. >> well, i will -- part of mibach ground in international relations, i have a strong interest in immigrant issues, and i recently moved to the bay area and wanted to know how those immigrant issues were playing out here. >> how did you find maria. >> i found maria through actually reading about this collective that she's a part of, a woman's collective in san francisco that employs domestic workers in house cleaning jobs throughout the area but also teaches them about domestic workers' rights and basic human rights. >> what was it about maria that made you say this is the person i want to focus this documentary on. >> honestly, her sparkling personality. >> really. >> and her hard work ethic. >> and she has kids. >> and her two young children, and i was just thoroughly impressed by her dedication to both them, her work and the
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collective and inspeiered by her. >> and she is an immigrant from mexico. she does domestic labor. >> yes. >> and the point of the film is what? when you said when i set out to tell maria's story, this is what i want people to take away from it. i want them to see maria and see what. >> i want them -- i think that immigration issues are reoccurring, and we can depersonalize it and this film is to repersonalize it in a way and connect with a woman who is making it through the day with work that we often look down upon, but she loves her job. she is proudful to get on the san francisco bus route every morning with her bucket and broom, which she brings to work with her every day, and -- and then shares her story and her pride with her children and -- and show them that even though she's proud of her job, she wants her children to be
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educated and to work for more professional pursuits. >> and when you went to maria and said, maria, i want to make you essentially the star what was the reaction. >> she laughed and quickly power dynamic shifted as i was learning way more from her than she was learning from me, and -- and i think we became friends throughout the process. she -- she wanted to -- i think she's a woman that stands on her own, but she's a woman that stands for the rest of the women in the collective and in the position that she's in, as well, and i think she was very proud and is proud right now that it's part of luna fest. >> right. luna fest. this is just this one film of many that's going to be screened as luna fest, which is a festival that, what, highlights women and women's films and women documentary film makers. >> exactly. for women about women, and -- and women empowerment. >> okay. well, i congratlation you. it's not easy to put a documentary together. you can watch maria's mini on
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october 10th that the luna fest. her work is going to di bu at that film festival. we've got more information for you sej for luna fest. congratlation. good for you. >> thank you very much. appreciate it. >> look forward to it. >> thank you. we'll be back with more after the break. ,,,, [ maragno ] if the car was invented today, it would run on the most affordable energy source available. it would charge overnight. every morning, you'd wake up with a full tank, ready to go. if the car was invented today,
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felix all year ...brandon ms said the night3 run shot 1st inning make it 3-0 athletics then k the bench./..b this over the a's bullpen.... a o on pence th . morning, everybody. he went through the entire golf season without winning a major, made such a big deal out of it, but guess who the pga player of the year is? tiger woods. we got action from last night. a's hadn't beaten mariners all year, but braun don moss did a little something about that. how about a three-run shot in
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the first? he made it 3 to nothing. athletics into the seattle night. an snurngs shot. the a's would go onto win final 8 to 2. still got a puncher's chance at the top seed in the al. hunter pence for 2013. did not disappoint. neither did the giants. home run derby brandon bell two-run shot. giants led 4 to 2 and hunter pence backed away and gone. that made it 7 to 2. it was 7 to 3 and the giants go onto win big. friday night lights. spar tan stadium, utah state. brandon swindle with a 17-yard scoring reception. rough night for david the spar tans. over 300 yards. gave up a couple of interceptions. utah state comes into san jose state. they win it final of 40 to 12. spar tans now one and three for the season. of course, the big one on the marquis locally, cal in the slot
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because it is raining up there. cal at oregon. that'll be later on today. everybody have a good, good saturday. weal see you later at kpix 5 at 5:30 and 6:30. >> we'll tune into both. >> tony's table is mixing fenl olives, garlic and chicken. i don't know how it tastes, but tony and his daughter say it makes the kitchen smell amazing. >> this looks good. >> this does look good. it looks hardy and great. >> beautiful. chifken theis with the skin and bone attached. we cooked them in olive oil, then we moved the chicken. >> i browned a little bit of fen nel in here and look it out and while it was still hot, mix in some olives. with that same oil, now we added in the chicken back again and then we added in some chicken stock and white wine and let it reduce. >> put this on top now. this is that fennel and the olives you put together. >> yep. these are going to go on top.
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because the fennel was hot when i mixed in these olives, they roasted a little bit but gave it a softness. put them back in. little bit of pepper. >> and just a little bit of salt. not too much. got salt already in the olive sgls we do have salt in the olives. we also use sodium-free chicken stock. >> this looks good. >> that's a great dish. that'll fill you up. >> yes. thank you. here we go. ,,,,,,,,
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21-year old michael 21-year michael montgomery arrested wednesd for stabbing and killing a dodgers fan... i . here's a look at this morning's top stories. 21-year-old michael montgomery arrested wednesday for stabbing and killing a dodgers fan is out of jail this morning. the da's office says there is not enough evidence right now to charge montgomery. a second suspect was also released last night. a government shutdown looms in less than three days unless congress can reach a budget deal. today president obama call add republican attempt to either gut
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the new healthcare law or force a shutdown disturbing. republican congresswoman said the president is trying to take the easy way out sxfrjts thousands kicked off a two-day walk for breast cancer this morning in san francisco. it's the 11th annual avon walk. a lot of supporters and survivors taking part in the 39-mile journey. the event ends at fort mason tomorrow, and just like that, it's time for our last look at weather, which looks nice today. >> have any afternoon mravens or any outdoor plans, i should sashgs this is what it looks like. your afternoon highs mainly in the 60s along the coast. we are going to warm things up to mid 80s in inland shots. we do have changes, more clouds coming in sunday, and even a chance of sprinkles around the bay area sunday night into monday morning. >> after that, looks like t warms up. >> then sunshine comes back again. >> not a big deal. time for us to call it a morning. we appreciate you watching kpix 5. see you around. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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