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in this very busy part of downtown san josement we know that one man was shot around 10:30 tonight. he was rushed to the hospital. we are told it happened right behind me in this parking lot. it is currently roped off right now by police. they have been interviewing several witnesses in the last hour. you can imagine a lot of people were in nearby restaurants walking along the streets attending christmas in the park. we spoke to one witness who works at a nearby restaurant who was outside at the time of the shooting. >> i was just smoking in the back of our restaurant and heard five of six gunshots. from what i have been hearing, people say they saw someone run away from the scene. >> reporter: so we know one man was shot and his condition was not known. he is rushed to a nearby hospital. police are looking for at least
one shooter. live in san jose, i'm betty yu, kpix5. two shootings at two california malls. those shootings happened within minutes of each other in tracy and san leandro, andria borba is there. this appears to be random. >> reporter: that is what police are saying. these men did not know each other before this shooting went down around 4:30 this afternoon. right now detectives looking at surveillance video. what they know for sure is that a white compact car sped away from the scene. not long after those shots were fired. christmas shoppers paradise in san leandro turned into a crime scene at 4:30 this afternoon. that is when one man shot another in front of the mall. it began with an argument. with words as weapons before several rounds flew. the parking lot was packed not
only with cars and shoppers was crime scene tape and evidence markers. in anticipation of heavy prechristmas crowds, but uniformed and undercover officers were at bayfair, but none witnessed the shooting. >> somebody brave enough to do a shooting at broad daylight at a large shopping mall on the east bay where there are many shoppers during the holiday season here is quite capable of almost anything. >> reporter: the mall remained open with the exception of a few stores an shoppers kept spending. some thinking perhaps a christmas miracle came in the form of one injury on a very busy day. >> i'm glad no kids got shot at the mall. >> reporter: that victim was treated for nonlife threatening injuries. police are still looking for the suspect. take a look behind me, you can see it is 11:00 and lots of
people are still out here at the bayfair mall near the target. not too long ago, someone came up to our live truck and honked wanting our parking space. this has not deterred shoppers. live in san leandro, andria borba, kpix5. a shooting happened near the main entrance in tracy. glass broke, no one was hurt. the mall was lock down about an hour. a teenager who has been declared brain dead will stay on life support through monday. emotions ran high during a court hearing in oakland this afternoon. jahi mcmath's mother wept add times. they forderred the children's hospital to keep the 13-year- old girl on life support so the family can get a second opinion. >> we are happy to cooperate with the judge's suggestion that an independent expert be provided to confirm yet again
that brain death is the outcome thammuz occurred here. >> jahi mcmath went in to have her tonsils removed last week, something went wrong and she is declared brain dead. we have a deal. that was the announcement from ac transit. they still have to vote on this latest deal. but the agreement means all the buses will run even after the 60 day cooling off period ends sunday night. there will not be a strike. union members, though, have shot down the past two tentative agreements. in san francisco in oakland, joe vasquez tells us there is a different bus fight going on. joe? >> reporter: allen, we are here at 16th street in mission where some high-rise condos are being built. when that happens, some businesses will be evicted just like many people here have been evicted and that is the context
of today's demonstration. it has happened again. demonstrators surrounded a bus carrying employees through san francisco's mission district. the bus belonged to apple. >> we are against the tech money that has caused evictions. >> reporter: and this morning there was another separate protest in west oakland. this time a google bus and this time, demonstrators knocked down a window. paula took part in today's protest. she is being evicted from her apartment after the landlord died. >> what happens, the google bus, the apple bus, they are all the same to me. this is helping to draw attention to something that is at a critical stage in our city. >> reporter: not everybody believes this is a productive tactic and people are saying wait a minute, these people have just on their way to work. what can they do? why are you attacking people on
their way outwork? >> i mean, we certainly weren't attacking them. and whatever work they were doing, they could do on their phones on the bus anyway, but we were, you know, imploring them to stop and think and hear these voices and think about what they could do. they could get off the bus and protest with us. >> reporter: joe vasquez, kpix5. >> they understand the anger of rising rent but it is unfair to blame a single industry. we got the word out about two hours ago. the wild fire near big sur is almost fully contained. more than a dozen homes were destroyed. firefighters worked around the clock four days to put it out. the first family is spending christmas in hawaii. before the president could jet off to paradise, he faced a harsh dose of reality from the white house press corp. >> has this been the worst year
of your presidency? >> when another reporter asked the president what his new year's resolution is, he says be nicer to the white house press corp. soon candlestick park will be history. the 49ers play their last home game there. brine webb found out how much people are paying to be part of the history. >> reporter: 49ers gear is flying off the shelves. >> my parents went on their first date at candlestick park. >> reporter: michael went when he was four for the first time. they are going back monday one last time. >> just for the nostalgia. all the memories we have as a family. >> reporter: the sentiment is the same on stub hub. we found a few tickets selling for over $3,000. >> saying good-bye to the 9ers, saying good-bye to the park itself. people have had a lot of
memories. >> the memories and the memorabilia. >> we are super excited to be at the game. it is exciting to be there for the last game. >> reporter: it is time to say good-bye to the stick in style with a combination of smiles and sadness. >> just to see us play one more time in that stadium will be really cool. >> reporter: there were a few semireasonably priced tickets on stub hub at a little bit over $200. reporting from candlestick park, i'm brian webb, kpix5 five. >> you can watch their game right here on kpix5. our coverage begins at 4:30. dennis o'donnell and i will be at the stick. then bye bye, our special look back at candlestick. well target says it is cory. the deal it is offering everyone this weekend after the massive credit card breech. you got a parking ticket in the past five years, you could
...are the hands that do good things for the whole community: the environment, seniors, kids, and animals. that's why we created the share the love event. by the end of this year, the total donated by subaru could reach 35 million dollars. you get a great deal on a new subaru. we'll donate 250 dollars to a choice of charities that benefit your community. it feels good to be a helping hand. affected almost every store. >> tonight, target is trying to win back customers trust after a security breech that affected almost every store. betty yu on the apology offer and how you can cash? >> reporter: target is not having their best week. they announced all shoppers this weekend will get a 10% discount in their store. whether that will be enough is up for debate. >> i think it is a nice
gesture. it is in with the holidays. >> i think that is awesome. >> i think 10% is a joke. [ laughter ] >> reporter: target says it is working hard to fix the problem as it faces a lawsuit and potential victims vent their frustration on social media. many had trouble getting through to the call centers. >> it is unacceptable what guests are experiencing. we are working around the clock to make sure we can deliver a great experience on our website and in our call centers. >> reporter: the data breach connected to 40 million credit and debit accounts began over thanks give weekend and there are reports with fake cards have already begun to flood black market websites. some selling for as little as 20 bucks. >> i could be a victim today or sex six months from now. i won't go back. >> reporter: marketing expert darlene says that customers may change their mind. >> i think will be a short
period of time where there will be less sales but they will build up their brand again. >> reporter: the company ceo wants customers to understand just because they shopped at target at this impacted time frame doesn't mean they are victims of fraud. they will not be held financially responsible for it. in san jose, i'm betty yu, kpix5. target says it doesn't believe the debit numbers were compromised but it is offering to pay for credit monitoring. parking tickets can ruin anyone's day. if you got a citation in oakland, you may be in for a little pay back. the stay will rule over $200 in overpaid parking tickets. they were failing to notified and reimburse people when they paid. that is from 2008 to 2010. those eligible will receive a notice from the city. what kind of person would steal a kitten from a shelter?
steal it? two month old arizona was getting ready to be adopted on wednesday when somebody snatched her. the staff think these two women shown in the surveillance video might have something to do with the kitten's disappearance, they were seen leaveing the shelter abruptly about the time the kitten vanished. >> she was avisitting her spay and the family that had planned to adopt her was devastated. it is very sad for them. and we are worried about arizona's well being as well. >> arizona is a siamese mix, she is two months o. she does have a micro chip. if you see her, animal control wants to hear from you. and remember these guys? bo and theo the puppy? they got a book deal. jessica started taking pictures of her dog and toddler at nap time and posted them online. they went viral.
the book will be published in 2013. the largest living nativity? california starts tomorrow. >> our sharon chin has a look for us tonight. >> reporter: well tapestry church is transforming this vacant lot into a manger scene. it is a 21 year tradition. some call it the disney land of nativity scenes. hark, the herald angels dance. it is the first noel and in the little town of bethlehem. this is the dress rehearsal for bethlehem ad. director paula dresden. >> people love to come and see it. >> reporter: more than 450 community members volunteerment
they bring the birth of jesus to life in a manger. >> i think we are spreading the word about jesus in a funner way. instead of sitting in church and listening to it. >> reporter: from carpenters to centurions and tax collectors. volunteers rehearse for months. admission is free for more than 30,000 expected visitors. demetrius brown has played various parts for years. >> we actually make a difference. people are really just blown away by what we do. okay, well this one is fake, but the real camels will be on site tomorrow. performances are saturday to monday here in downtown redwood
city. >> sharon, you couldn't help but notice how the actors were. how do they find the actors? >> reporter: well, they find a real pregnant woman. she has three families, one tonight. and the couple the next couple of nights so these are real families showing up in the nativity. multiple babies. yes. they were really good. >> excellent. [ laughter ] all right, thanks sharon. >> and they will have dry days and nights out there so it will be a full crowd. >> they will. weather, a lot of stuff to do outside. drive through the neighborhood. walk through the neighborhood, you can do that. go check out the christmas lights. this is really abnormal for us. weather services put out a tweet aciaing it has been since last christmas since we had an inch of rain in one day. last night of fall, winter starts tomorrow night. we will have the numbers for you in a second.
mainly clear. oakland waking up to 44 degrees tomorrow. vallejo made it to the weekend in fremont. your overnight low 33 degrees. winter officially begins 9:11 tomorrow morning. when you drink coffee, go outside, transition from fall to winter. it is not going to feel like winter outside. 61 degrees. that will be the cooler day. sunday, sunshine, chilly start. child finish, 63 degrees sunday. this ridge of high pressure, this is something we don't see that often. look how big it is. down toward hawaii, all the way up to alaska. snow in seattle today. and all the way down to el paso texas. this guy right here is going to keep us dry for the rest of the year. it is not moving. it is big and strong and blocking everything from getting close to us. the forecast will not change. could be up to 16 days.
the rain doesn't have a chance to come here. what you have is clear nights, nice sunny days. forecast through christmas looks sunny and dry. we will be sunny and warm her weekend. nights will be chilly including tonight, but not as cold as we have been. 63 degrees for san jose. that is 20 above the normal. hayward, 62. walnut creek, pleasanton, all 70. beautiful up in lake county. 64 degrees. extended forecast, it is sunshine and dry across the board, through monday, christmas eve, christmas day, and a couple of days thereafter, we stay dry and sunny. that is your forecast. we will be right back. ,,
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of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone 'round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. starbucks is just $6.99, that's a cup of good cheer. get sweet clementines for $4.99, enough for everyone here. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life. but a family to rent? steve hartman introduces usa college studen >> you can find just about anything on craig's list. but a family to rent. >> steve hartman introduces us to a college student named jackie turner who had an unusual christmas wish. >> this time of year is hard.
everyone is talking about their cousins, their families. >> reporter: jackie doesn't have any of that. born to a mother she hasn't met and a dad she wished she hasn't. she was abused, neglected and starved. she has been able to move on 11 months out of the year, but that 12th has always posed a problem. you are tired of it. what do you want to do? craig's list. >> reporter: jackie went looking for a happier family. her classified said i want to rent a mom and dad. just be the life of their light for that moment. >> reporter: she got dozens of responses who wanted to help and half from other young people feeling the same way she did. >> we need each other. i said that is what tonight is about. [ applause ] >> reporter: jackie held a
meeting for all the people who contacted her. the purpose? to pair up the needy with the needed. jackie made about half a dozen matches including one for herself. a woman from university student services named anita. >> oh my gosh. [ laughter ] >> reporter: jackie went into this thinking she wanted to rent a family. >> thank you anita. >> reporter: now she is creating them. steve hartman on the road, your sacramento. >> jackie is a junior there. >> eventually, she wants a career helping troubled kids. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
...we'll hit ya with the mu >> all right, let's don't mess around. the raiders running back has never made it through an entire regular season in his six years because of injury. but he is back on the field ready for the chargers sunday. the broncos next week. but will these last two games be his last in a raider uniform? he will be a free agent after his six year, $60 million
contract expires. mcfadden is a free agent after the season. we pressed him about his future at his locker. >> for me, you know, i'm going to be the same person. i will go out there and do what i'm supposed to do on the field. i can't worry about what has happened in the past. i would love to be a raider next year, it is a lot easier said than done, but if you get caught up worried an that, you cannot focus on the task at hand. >> this is star guard alise o'conner in san jose. she returned to a hero's welcome at usf. her first college appearance in the bay area. i asked her about that this afternoon. >> how many people came out and supported. cousins of cousins, probably the most perfect homecoming i could have asked for.
>> she plays at san jose state tomorrow. special top five 49er moments at candlestick. number five, down 24, january 03. garcia and the niners suite out a field goal attempt. steve young, september 94. nfl record 127 touchdowns, for rice. number three, alex smith, vernon davis, the catch three. january 2012. 14 secondings left. yeah. all kinds of emotions in that one. number two, the catch two. young to owen. january, 99 with three seconds left. the packers 30-27. at number one, sprint right option baby. january, 1982. montana to dwight clark, under a minute to go to beat the cowboys 28-27 sending the 49ers
to their first superbowl. >> no doubt habit number one. >> good thing they had dwight hicks to catch drew pierson on the cowboys indictment they stopped him and were able to win the game. it was the superbowl for the first time for the school the scarlet and gold. >> we have to go do break. >> be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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