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>> live, from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> who is the man who killed osama bin laden? tonight the navy seal who took down america's most wanted terrorist is a secret no more. >> andria borba, this is one for the history books. >> reporter: we know what he did and who he is. >> our kids play together. >> reporter: this man, robert o' neill claims to have fired the shot that killed public enemy number one. >> don't be intimidated by those who are outperforming you. do the opposite. >> reporter: the 38-year-old from butte, montana was nervous and didn't think he would come out of obama's pakistan
compound alive. one seal went in and missed two shots. then he went in and shot bin laden in the head twice and then a third time watching him crumple to the floor. later, he said he was eating a breakfast sandwich a room away from bin laden's corpse when he saw this. >> i can report that the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. >> reporter: the seal has not been leading a secret life. he has been a motivational speaker. andria borba, kpix5. we have breaking news in san francisco tonight. police have shot a man on connecticut street in potrero hill. two officers noticed five min men standing on a corner acting
suspiciously. as the other officer approached the fifth suspect, her pulled out a gun. the officer says he ignored his order to drop it so he was forced to shoot him in the chest. tonight the man is in critical condition. officers swarmed a home and arrested a man they said was a master mind of crime online. he ran a website, but not just any website. cate caugurian has the federal affidavit that spells it out. >> reporter: another silk road may turn into a one way street to prison for this guy. 26-year-old blake bentholl. he was a mafioso of the cross- question cyber cyber world. security cameras kept an eye on things in his home in the mission. >> there were probably 20 or
more than that fbi agents. >> reporter: the feds sent a small army to nab him. >> they were crowding around the door. they closed off the street so you couldn't walk down the block. you couldn't ride your bike or drive. >> reporter: the fbi says more than 100,000 people use silk road 2.0 to buy drugs and also fake passports, drivers licenses and lessons on how to hack e-mail accounts. silk 2.0 is in the deep web on the tor net work. they busted the original silk road last year. the alleged master mind behind that site now 30 arrested inside his home. they found him because he slipped up and used his real name on a message board. 2.0's serve us was controlled
and maintained by firstname.lastname@example.org. those who don't remember the past are doomed to repeat it. cate caugurian, kpix5. >> blake threw a lot of parties but told them they were bible study groups. the feds say he made 400,000 grand a month in commission. just a couple of hours ago, david campos conceded the race for state assembly. that makes david shue the winner. they fought a long come pain. they are both liberal brats. shue was more moderate by san francisco standards. cortese is not giving up. mike honda is holding off a challenge are ro khanna. tonights after the
election, santa clara county still has many ballots to count. what is taking so long in the capital of tech? len ramirez learned it may have to do with the it guy. >> reporter: according to our sources, long time informations manager here at the registrar voters joe lay was a no-show on election morning. he is a key member of the staff. in fact, he supervises all the computers and all aspects of vote counting during an election according to the registrar of voters website. the key question tonight is what impact did his sudden absence have on the accuracy or speed of the vote counts in the selection? >> that has not affected us at all. >> the question has been raised that because this person was unhappy with the working conditions here, that he may have left behind some problems for people to fix. >> um, well those may come to
be seen. i have not encountered a problem that anyone can't handle. >> reporter: len ramirez, kpix5. it was a little awkward when libby schaaf stood next to the woman whose job she is taking. >> yes, we need to hire more police, but we need hem to do better policing. we need to continue investing in successful intervention programs like cease fire. >> schaaf says she will focus on bringing stability to the city. she complimented jean quan and tried to grab her hand, but she missed the first time. they eventually had a joint handshake. quan said she is still oakland's mayor still january. the city of antioch is seeing more violence than usual. this afternoon, a gunman killed a man outside of 24 hour fitness. the shooter was in a car and fired several shots. members of the victim's family showed up at the scene. his aunt said they have had
seven people murdered in their family. >> educating these kids about guns and how cruel other people are out here. law enforcement needs to do better. >> the victim is 32 years old and from pittsburgh. police say the shooter drove away in a blue sedan. well chp officer is in the hospital tonight. he was on i-680 in san ramon when he slammed into another car. christin ayers has been checking on his condition. christin? >> reporter: yeah, that car jumped suddenly in front of the motorcycle officer. that is what caused the crash tonight. the officer is here hospitalized with serious injuries. a highway patrol officer hurt at the height of rush hour in a crash along 680. more than two hours this evening, 680 north was shut down. traffic backed up for miles. authorities say before 5:30, a van trying to avoid hitting a
honda civic pulled into the car pool lane at 65 miles an hour right into the path of the officer on a motorcycle. >> that put the van in conflict with the motorcycle. the chp motorist was unable to stop or swerve. he went to ground. >> reporter: there is good news, the officer's injuries are not life threatening. the driver was not cited. authorities are still trying to figure out whose fault this was. reporting live, christin ayers, kpix5. tonight, people up near the oregon border are waiting for the ground to move again. a swarm of earthquakes has hit the area for months so we asked paul to find out what this really means. >> reporter: it means you are looking every hour saying an earthquake in the same spot. what makes a swarm? 50? 100? 200? more than 550 earthquakes in this one spot since july. it is right where oregon, california, and nevada come together. it is north western nevada.
40 miles away from lake view oregon. they have had a tremendous amount of earthquake activity recently. that has seismologists curious. they say there is an increase of a larger earthquake happening because of this swarm. >> we don't know why it is happening. nevada appears to have them perhaps 30 years ago, we didn't have enough stations to know the details. nevada is of course one of the more sparsely populated states so if there is a big earthquake in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, does the tree fall down? >> sparsely fopulated but a 4.7 magnitude earthquake, you can track the earthquakes through our weather app. download it on the play store or the itunes store. your full forecast, we are talking about the polar vortex again, that is coming up in a few minutes. >> see you then paul. you have seen the video. a woman snatched off the
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done this before. the philadelphia woman who was abducted over the weekend was rescued with the help of technology and her own wits. authorities tracked carlesha freeland-gaither soon and had a full spectrum of clues. she left her cell phone behind and a sales man installed a gps device in the suspect's car because he was worried he might have to repossess it. police used the gps to track the suspect to a strip mall in baltimore making good on a promise to the victim's mother. >> they said i will bring your daughter home. i'm bringing your daughter home. and he brought my baby home. >> police say the suspect drove carlesha freeland-gaither to maryland where she gave him the pin to use the atm card. that signaled police who tracked down and arrested the suspect yesterday. uc berkeley police are working another case of alleged sexual assault at a fraternity.
an anonymous tipster told police a frat brother drugged and assaulted a woman during a halloween party. cal is under particular pressure right now to stop sexual assaults on campus. and the school is taking action. and from what betty yu is hearing, things are starting to change. a little bit. betty? >> reporter: that's right ken. the hookup culture is a big part of undergraduate life. we are talking casual relationships. sometimes very casual. new parties. new encounters. and new hookups. a new semester at cal has some college guys thinking twice before making that move. >> i think that with the huge negative attention on campus now. even just talking to a drunk girl could be perceived as being a predator. >> reporter: the school is paying attention to sexual
violence prevention. >> ruining the reputation of the fraternity. i don't want to do that. i'm not exactly scared but it is kind of a fear that the smallest hookup could ruin my life. >> we want you prepared with the information and the guidance. >> reporter: new for freshmen this year, a mandatory workshop on sexual violence. >> we don't want people to feel paranoid or anxious about relationships but to have a heightened awareness. >> there is lots of ways to education press yes. my favorite is yes. >> reporter: there is no way around the new yes means yes law. making california the first place to define consent as a conscious agreement. >> making good decisions in terms of what you want to do. what activities you want to proceed with. i hope that makes that change. >> reporter: some students say it is time for guys to grow up.
>> in high school, it was one thing to date someone, but in college, it almost feels like it is a sport for guys which is really kind of scary sometimes. >> reporter: some students have noticed a change in behavior at parties. >> i see people being more respectful all the time. >> what does that mean to be more respectful? >> you know, less overt flirting. no slapping a girl on the butt. anything like that. >> i do feel there is a lot of pressure from other guys that say no. >> reporter: for the few on campus that cross the line, it will take more than sex abuse education to change risky behavior. >> whatever video they watch is not going to change how they are going to act because the guys acting like [bleep] are going to stay [bleep]. if you are going to act like a gentlemen, you will stay a gentleman. >> reporter: uc berkeley is under federal investigation for
the way they handle sexual assault allegations by their students. they announced a system wide effort to combat sex crimes including mandatory training for all faculty and staff. the new standards are supposed to be in place by next summer. >> yeah. you know. it is a serious problem, these sexual assaults on college campuses around the country. but can you really legislate something like this? yes means yes? how do you know she said yes? how do you prove it? unless you have it on your phone or a recorder or something, how do you prove it? >> reporter: it gets really gray, especially when alcohol is involved. they say government should not dictate the behavior of students and others say it is just plain awkward to follow the yes means yes law. it killing the mood, but none of the students i spoke to
opposed the goal of yes means yes. they applaud the university for that. >> reporter: these are adults. >> right. >> >> are you legislating the entire society now? >> reporter: that is the big debate. we will have toasty if it works. >> we will find out, thanks betty. want to know what the most expensive house in america is? this mediterranean mansion in beverly hills. it has ha dance floor, a ballroom, and a 50 seat screening room. outside there is a vineyard and a garage that fits 27 cars. price tag? $195million. if that is a bit of our your price range, joe vasquez found a housing community in the east bay that is super affordable, but you have to look outside the box. >> we are trying to look at a
new way of doing housing. >> reporter: houses that are smaller than a garage. this is only 160 square feet. >> this is community focused. smaller living, shared resources. >> reporter: a group of oaklanders is now building an entire community of tiny houses made from shipping containers. the same ones used to carry freight at the nearby port of oakland. tired of the bay area's insane housing prices? they will sell you a shipping container by 2 grand. you will pay much less than you would a regular sized home. >> if you want this to be premium style housing, you are not going to be spending more than 20 or 30 grand on the whole project. >> reporter: you see they have internet access, a stove to cook on, a fridge. a small one. they have electricity. almost all the comforts of home. almost. >> reporter: you use two
separate buckets? the potty is not so pleasant. >> it is composting. so we have a bucket with sawdust. >> reporter: that is one of many challenges. perhaps the biggest one is the fact they are living illegally in an area zoned for businesses. they hope their tiny homes project will grow big enough to purr suede city leaders to replicate it before the law catches up to them. joe vasquez, kpix5. >> you know, it would be okay if it had a reinvolving lance floor. [ laughter ] >> then i could consider it. >> or the vineyard. >> revolving dance floor. how fun. [ laughter ] >> i was going to see where that went. i'm watching with you. i wanted to see where that was going. and dancing ensued. all right, it is clear outside, tonight is a full moon. a beautiful ianing out there. a great shot of the pyramid. 74 in san francisco today. there's a lot of stuff going on weather wise. it all ties in together. hang on for 30 seconds. 50s overnight tonight. san francisco, 56. fremont, 51.
napa, 50 degrees. here we go. we have a microclimate forecast in berkeley. mild, sunny, upper 60s tomorrow and also saturday. so we have to have a ridge around to get high pressure and temperatures in the 60s , 70s , ands 8 0z, and we do. it is building closer to us. here comes the ridge once again. very, very interesting weather pattern. we are heading all the way over to the north western pacific ocean. there was a supertyphoon called nuri. this right here has put a kink in the jet stream. huge ridges and huge troughs 5,000 miles away. because of a typhoon, east of japan, we have a huge east of high pressure on the east coast of the u.s. but an equally huge trough in the jet stream. you heard the term polar vortex? it is already back. because of this. a typhoon 5,000 miles away giving us a big ridge, but east, a big trough. all the polar air will spill down rain and snow and wind back east. and it will be about 82 degrees
here with sunshine. so enjoy it. clear night. a little fog on the coast. mild, it will get warmer this weekend into the 80s . 70s tomorrow for you in concord and san jose. 75 in campbell. union city, 70. san mateo, 72 degrees. san ramon, 76. pleasant hill, 75. alameda upper 60s . 74 degrees in beautiful lake port tomorrow. as we head to the weekend, it is warmer. 80s inland. it is going to slow back east. monday, we are cooler, and we are trending cloudier, but no rain. still another seven-day forecast with not a drop of rainfall. we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
>> san antonio is upping the stakes in its bid to land the raiders. the city's mayor and other officials have come to oakland. they are supposed to make a pitch tomorrow. mark davis went to san antonio over the summer to feel out the city as a possible new home. they have done a survey to see if people are interested in an
nfl team in the alamo city. >> hmm. >> you know, the raiders were just, maybe a week or two away from a win. >> well ... a word of warning to oakland. you wait too long, you lose your football team. anyway, what will it take to keep the panda? we have a ballpark number and wait until you see the end of the sharks game. we will drop the puck next. ,, introducing the new subway "simple 6 menu". six of our best six-inch subs- like the italian bmt and tender turkey breast! with a 21-ounce drink and a bag of chips for just $6 every day. it's value made simple. subway! ♪ a remote that lives more wi-fi in more places. a movie library you can take wherever you go.
>> two tenths of a second. that is what determined the sharks game tonight against vancouver. the sharks have won ten of the last 11. second period, game time at 2. toneytomas hurtle. >> they score. they score. >> there was no time on the clock left. go goals. >> it was a right call. as the puck did not cross the line by the time it hit 0.
>> it is in my arm! it can't get away because of my arms! >> that was my interview with pablo sandaval. hi told the chronicle his client wants a six year deal that put all the other giants free agents on the back burner. >> we have told them we need to sort things out. and again, it goes back to pablo. so pablo is the only one we have engaged as far as an offer. and moving forward in that fashion. >> how about pablo? despite all the noise about jim harbaugh. some of the guys seemed loose. quentin patton got a chance to speak. >> what is the frustration
level light? >> no frustration. we are all here. we are all in. we are going to be back. >> we are all in. >> time for the thursday night top five. highlight, the bengals tonight. they beat him 24-3. thousand habit cleveland? sorry brian wilson. but james harden has the best beard. houston beat the spurs. they are 6-0. there is a function at the junction with the warriors coming up. don't try this at home. make sure there are not any metal poles close by. volleyball. extra effort by katie wolfson who weeps it in the air. keep it alive. they work hard against the
point for purdue. she was able to watch her father devin still play football tonight in cincinnati. lee has been battling cancer and the bengals donated over a million bucks thanks to proceeds from sales jerseys. with all the negative publicity surrounding the nfl, that was a good one. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, making coffee?
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