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agent is back open tonight. it had been closed for more than 24 hours while investigators collected evidence from yesterday's rampage. and then it was cleaned up. >> this afternoon we are announcing the filing of a federal criminal complaint here in los angeles that charges the defendant paul anthony ciancia with the commission of two felonies on november 1. >> the charges against the alleged gunman are quite serious. he could face the death penalty if convicted. paul ciancia remains in critical condition tonight. he was shot in the head by l.a.x. police. we also heard for the first time from the family of one of the victims. teri okita has the tsa agent's widow's reaction as well as new details on the investigation. >> reporter: the widow of the fallen officer spoke to the media saturday. >> gerardo would have been 40
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next week. i am truly devastated and we are all heartbroken. >> reporter: the head of the tsa expressed his condolences on behalf of the agency. >> officers hernandez was the first tsa employee killed in the line of duty. >> on the floor, on the floor now! >> reporter: hernandez was killed in a shooting rampage at los angeles international airport friday morning. four other people were wounded. a wreath was delivered to l.a.x. saturday where there's a visible police presence in car, on foot and on bicycles. >> we saw a lot of policemen around so i'm feeling good. >> reporter: a blue tarp cordoned off the security checkpoint where authorities say 23-year-old paul ciancia opened fire. the fbi wrapped up its forensic investigation and cleaning crews were brought in to sanitize the area. >> we want to make sure when people walk in that the place is pristine and no evidence of incidents that occurred. >> reporter: terminal 3 is now completely operational but some baggage was left behind during friday's chaos. passengers are encourage to
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work with their airlines to claim their belongings. ciancia had some baggage of his own. authorities say he was carrying five fully loaded magazines. that's 180 rounds. and more ammunition was found in a bag nearby. police shot ciancia four times. he is recovering in police custody. teri okita, for cbs news, los angeles. air traffic is getting back on track. sfo had no significant delays for departures to los angeles. getting out of l.a. was a different story. we found some delays for virgin america. they also canceled one flight this morning to san jose. southwest canceled a flight to oakland this afternoon. after months of negotiating and two strikes, bart's largest union has approved a contract. kpix 5's don knapp is at the daly city bart station with details. >> reporter: to hear bart and the unions talk about it it was never just about wages it was
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always about work rules and safety rules. if that's the case, then they both got some of what they wanted. bart riders were mostly just glad the strike is over and the contracts have been ratified. but there's lingering anger over workers strike that tied up the bay area. >> it was a very difficult situation for a couple of days and a lot of people were pretty heavily inconvenienced, but collective bargaining is important. >> reporter: work and safety rules that nearly torpedoed the talks got renewed attention after two workers were killed, struck by a train on the bart tracks. the deaths may have helped end the strike. >> it's most unfortunate but, yes, there was a lot of light shed on the real safety issues that are going on with bart. >> reporter: she says 88% of seiu's 1400 members approved the contract and says work safety was a big reason. >> our people are the people that step on the tracks and they do this every day to make sure that those tracks are clear for the trains as they pass through. they are also the workers who have to deal with 1,000 volts every day. >> reporter: bart management
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says work rule changes played a role. >> so when management tries to manage in the old contract we were only able to do it with the union's approval so management never was able to manage under the old contract. this was an essential provision for us to move forward over the next 40 years and let management help shade where we need to go. >> reporter: the train operators union which includes station agents also ratified the contract by more than 85%. >> i think it was an overwhelming understanding of what was on the table. you know, an understanding that at this point was what was going on that a deal needed to be done. >> reporter: all workers will see a 15% pay raise over 4 years. the workers will also begin to help pay for their own pensions and healthcare up to a 4% contribution by the end of the four years. and work under new safety rules. bart's board of directors is expected to vote between now and the meeting on november 21.
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reporting live in daly city, don knapp, kpix 5. >> the much smaller afscme union hasn't voted yesterday every yet. one of the two men killed on the tracks belonged to that union. it's a good idea for parents everywhere to check the halloween candy at a salinas woman got sick. she doesn't want her face shown. she ate three pieces of candy including a snickers bar and immediately had a panic attack, got chills, stomach pains, felt nauseous. she also says her vision was blurry and slurred speech. we have changed her voice to protect her identity. >> i was afraid for myself but i was more afraid for my child, you know, what's going to happen, what if i just -- if something happens to me here or, you know, who is going to know that we're out here? and, uhm, you know, i'm raising my daughter on my own and it's kind of, you know, afraid of what's going to happen to her. >> results from blood tests are still pending but a doctor told police the symptoms were
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consistent with a, quote, acid-based substance. this isn't the first time, the previous troubles for the owner of a castro valley nursing home where patients were abandoned. >> robots falling all over at&t park. we'll take you to the end of an eight-day celebration of science. >> roberta gonzales in the kpix 5 weather center. good evening, everybody. it was 60 degrees today in san francisco for one of the cool spots, and 77 degrees in dublin where the sun is now setting. by the time it comes back up tomorrow, i'll have your sunday forecast as the news continues right here on kpix 5. i love watching tv outside. the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you.
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valley has been found safe san jose. 65-year old edmund bascom a patient who was reported missing from an assisted living facility in castro valley has been found safe in san jose. 65-year-old edmond bascom was taken to the hospital. he had been missing from the valley springs facility after it was shut down a week ago thursday because of a string of violations. tonight new information on the owner of the facility where bedridden patients were abandoned when most of the staff walked out. anne makovec reports, the owner had a history of fines and problems at other homes yet was still able to obtain a license
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in castro valley. >> i feel that what the owners did at this facility and other facilities is criminal. >> reporter: and the "san francisco chronicle" reports that the owner of valley springs manor's trouble dates back to the 1990s. hilda manuel owned other homes over the decades and racked up $860,000 in fines yet was still able to obtain a license for this one. >> is she breathing? >> yes. >> reporter: this new information comes as we hear the 911 calls made from the two workers, a cook and a janitor, who stayed unpaid to take care of the more than dozen residents who remained after the home was shut down. >> so you don't know what's wrong? he is just not looking well? >> looks like he is pale and -- >> reporter: the workers called emergency dispatchers four times over three days but never told them that the center was closed. the state revoked the valley springs manor's license on october 24. the owner as lawyer agreed to speak to kpix 5 but only if we
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didn't show his face. >> you're in a catch-22 situation. you can't take care of the people. you're supposed to transfer them. but there's no resources to transfer them. >> reporter: meanwhile, california social services workers also visited the care center on october 24 and 25th but apparently did nothing to curb the chaos. in castro valley, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> the alameda county sheriff's department is looking at a possible elder abuse charges at the facility and met thursday with investigators from the fbi and state department of justice. [ singing ] he is the singing monk paying a visit to the bay area. why the new internet sensation refuses to sing with a microphone. ,,
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i caught up with friar alessandro after his private concert across the street in lake merritt in oakland and found him to be of all things humble. >> this is the first time i'm here in america. >> reporter: what do you think? >> it is wonderful. [ laughter ] >> it's like in the movies. [ laughter ] >> reporter: his first flight on an airplane was only last year. the flight was to london. >> for the contact that we have with the deca records. >> reporter: the same company that turned down the beatles. this time they knew a good thing when they saw it and got friar alessandro into a recording studio. he recorded two cds with them and he has also turned into an internet sensation garnering thousands of hits on youtube. but there is one thing. >> i don't want to use microphone if possible. the microphone is not meant for us. the amen of the maria -- [ singing ] >> it is not possible with microphones. >> reporter: his next stops
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will include washington, d.c. and new york city. for this singing star that says he is a little shy, that is something he will have to overcome. reporting from oakland, patrick sedillo, kpix 5. [ applause ] >> i cannot believe he didn't have a microphone. it sounded ethereal. it was beautiful. >> we would love to have him sing in st. augustine in pleasanton at my church! >> big changes in the forecast starting tonight. let's fire up the hi-def doppler radar in search of raindrops because we have a cold front passing through the bay area right now. did you see the clouds associated with it? it is a dry cold front. behind it, however, some very windy conditions expected tonight in fact those winds are already increasing and in all those blue highlighted areas is where we have a wind advisory in place tonight 11:00 until 7
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a.m. on monday. primarily anything above 1,000 feet in elevation wind gusts up to 45. right now wind gusts up to 29 in san rafael. across the bay into pleasanton, east of the bay, 24. mount vaca 41-mile-per-hour wind gusts so the winds increase overnight. here's your morning your wake- up call tomorrow. may hear a little rattling of the windows up to 25, 27-mile- per-hour winds. the winds begin to subside somewhat during the day then increase again by sunday night. live kpix weather camera looking towards sfo clear skies right now where the winds are currently up to 27 miles per hour out of the west. 50s and 60s if you are heading out on this saturday evening. currently in the mid-60s in santa rosa after a high there today of 76 degrees, which couple degrees above average, 77 for the warm spot in livermore, cool spot behind me, pacifica mid- to high 50s. tonight when you have a wind it mixes up the air masso it won't be as cold as last night when
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we dip down to 36 degrees in napa. instead, 41 there. mid-50s across the santa clara valley. okay, here's how it's spelling out your forecast. clear skies overnight but breezy to windy. tomorrow windy, sunny. an area of low pressure against the pacific northwest providing much rain. the tail end sweeps across the northern half of the state and disintegrates. it's dry. so this is now kicking out east but it carves a path for that right there. it's the next area of low pressure that wants to bring us at least a slight chance of rain showers on thursday that bears watching. how does this affect your raiders game? it doesn't. 66 degrees, lots of sunshine, albeit on the breezy side. tomorrow winds 10 to 20. occasional stronger gusts, 58 degrees again in pacifica, mid- 60s in the central bay and san jose under 70 east of the bay and to the north. here's your extended forecast. we have a repeat performance on
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monday. that wind advisory allowed to expire. dry skies all the way through wednesday. then we bump up the cloud cover on thursday with that slight chance of rain. and dry skies again through saturday. oh, yes, do you like this time of the year? >> i like the extra hour. but i don't like having to -- it gets dark so early. >> yeah. >> messing up my brain. >> change the batteries in your smoke detectors. >> good point. thank you. the home of the san francisco giants was overrun today by robots and other gadgets. at&t park hosted the third annual bay area science festival. the crowd was wowed by a robot zoo on the outside and including one toesed frisbees. on the inside instead of garlic fries, hot dogs and sodas, there were 150 exhibits. the festival is geared toward children to inspire them to explore science and perhaps discover a future career. scientific endeavors are important to understand our place in the universe.
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you know, are we alone in the universe? are there other people out there? >> the festival has become so popular, organizers are planning to hold it next year at the nasa ames research center in mountain view. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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there was a lot of optimism about cal today early on. >> they had the spread offense. we saw the terrific debut by jared goff and they sunk like a stone ever sings.
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stanford faces oregon next thursday but cal bears coach sonny dykes says his players practice great during the week. game day a different story. hosting arizona cal jumps on the board first. jarrod goff, an 11-yard play, 7- 0, the bears looked all right.they had to play catch-up the whole game down 12 in the 3rd. gough again nice catch by kenny lawler. cal just down 5. okay. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. san jose state made it five in a row.
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34-24 in sin city against unlv. they are 4-1 in the conference, big day on the ground for jared lawson who had 187 yards and a touchdown. to golf, fred couples staring it down today at the charles schwab cup. third round harding park, kenny perry in position for the champions points lead and the million-dollar schwab prize just got to hold off bernhard langer to take that. freddie couples looking for the first one of the season. got a comfortable five stroke lead. when you hit shots like that you see why. mark o'mara in second place, peter senior in third. crowd pleasing. at harding park. i think the three of us here at the desk could make that shot. >> oh, yeah. >> thoroughbred racing in prime time. a peek at next year's stars came in the breeders' cup this afternoon. featured race, what else would you call it? the classic. >> and mucho macho man has taken the lead! as they come to the top of the stretch! dude is all out [ final stretch
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call ] mucho macho man declaration of war! mucho macho man has the lead close to home! mucho macho man -- [ screaming ] mucho macho man!! >> incredible race photofinish. mucho macho man by a nose 7-2 favorite. kathy, a heart transplant survivor, became the first woman trainer to win the breeders' cup classic. hockey note. sharks drop the puck at home with phoenix and number 22 dan boyle who had a nasty hit in a game last month is expected back on the ice in uniform tonight when the sharks host phoenix. to basketball. san francisco state in purple up 1 near the end at st. john's. harris puts red storm up by one. all right. final seconds, state for the win! no.
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rocky the mascot...the denv nuggets rallying >> will overtonight, junior, just short of being a hero. and the gators lose. the final of 82-80. >> rocky the plaskett the denver nuggets rallying symbols, whoever is in that suit, got dizzy on the descent from the ceiling during pre-game introductions and passed out as you can see. not a whole lot of life. but -- >> oh, no. >> couldn't even work the game. >> oh. poor, poor rocky. hey, amy perl is trying to win the first tiburon half marathon up in marin county. within a year of being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, that's the disease where the immune system attacks healthy tissue. get this. nine years ago, she beat ovarian cancer. so you know she is a fighter. she is hoping others battling m.s. are gathering strength from her
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will to fight. >> it's scary not knowing if in a year i might not be able to walk or any day you can just sort of -- because there's a lot of optic stuff, so i could wake up blind one day. but i think because knowing that sort of anything could happen, that's even more reason to stay positive and stay healthy every day. ♪[ music ] >> all right. well, you're half marathon -- no matter where she finishes, she is a winner. >> we could learn for her. >> see you at 11:00. good night. captions by: caption colorado ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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