tv KPIX 5 Noon News CBS September 19, 2016 12:00pm-12:31pm PDT
a massive manhunt for a suspect wanted in connection with this is kpix 5 news at noon . >> i must have heard 20 shots. i was standing in the doorway. >> a massive manhunt for a suspect wanted in connection with weekend bombings in new york city and new jersey. it has ended in gunfire. is monday, september 19. we are following breaking news.
i am kenny choi i am michelle griego. minutes ago, doctor 5 flew over eastbound 80 at ashby avenue in berkeley. the right three lanes are blocked after a big rig caught fire. you can see the top of the tractor-trailer right there is a scorched. firefighters are sifting through the rubble in a cab. no word yet on the cause of the fire or the condition of the driver. traffic is slow going. motorists should expect delays and use alternate routes. they should avoid the area if possible. there is no estimated time of reopening. it has been a busy 48 hours for police with several explosives also found overnight in elizabeth, new jersey. authorities have taken the man wanted for the bombing in manhattan and new jersey into custody. >> reporter: emergency personnel loaded bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami into an ambulance after a shootout with police in new jersey.
it happened hours after the fbi raided the 28-year-old last known address in nearby elizabeth. sources say he is a naturalized us citizen and was seen in surveillance video from saturday's bombing in the chelsea section of manhattan.>> we are extremely fortunate and grateful that nobody was killed . >> reporter: the search comes after a robot detonated the bomb in a trashcan overnight in elizabeth it was one of five devices found near a train station.>> the speculation is that they were not timed to go off. therefore, whether they were being investigated or followed, they were disposed of in a garbage can in a very hasty manner. >> police took five people into custody during a traffic stop in brooklyn last night.>> reporter: the fbi comes the manhattan neighborhood collecting evidence monday. surveillance video shows people running for cover after the pressure cooker bomb exploded saturday night. 29 people were hurt. a second pressure cooker bomb was found four walks away but did not explode.
earlier, on saturday, a pipe bomb detonated in new jersey before a charity run to benefit marines and sailors. no one was hurt in that attack. authorities say ahmad khan rahami is a suspect in the jersey shore and chelsea bombings. >> ahmad khan rahami was shot by officers in this's morning's confrontation and was taken to the hospital. none of the people injured in the chelsea explosion were seriously hurt. the fbi is investigating a stabbing attack at them all as a potential act of terrorism. nine people were stabbed saturday night. all survived. a law enforcement source tells us that the suspect, to keira dawn asked people if they were muslim while using a knife to stabbed those who said they were not. the rampage ended when he was shot and killed by an off-duty minnesota police officer. the recent attacks have police in san francisco on high alert. there are no known threats against the city. the department is asking people
to report anything suspicious. hillary clinton and donald trump are condemning the attacks in new york, new jersey and minnesota. trump is taking credit for predicting current events. this comes after he had announced that the cause of saturday's explosion in new york was a bomb before authorities said that publicly. this morning, the republican presidential nominee told fox and friends that he should be a newscaster because he called before the news. trump also said he believes there is a foreign connection to the attack your he took to twitter writing once again, someone we were told is okay turns out to be a terrorist who wants to destroy our country and its people. how did he get through the system?>> clinton says trump's comments have been seized on by terrorist. the candidate made the comments in westchester new york before boarding a flight philadelphia. >> a lot of the rhetoric we have heard from donald trump has been seized on by terrorists, in particular isis. they are looking to make this
into a war against islam. >> with less than 50 days until the election, trump and clinton are tied at 42%. a memorial is being planned for rose pak, a journalist and activist left quite a mark on san francisco. she died yesterday at her home. kpix 5's melissa kane looks back on her impact on the community. >> reporter: rose pak was born in china but she burst on the san francisco seen as a chronicle reporter and then as a committee activist. family and friends gathered yesterday next to the street appropriately named after her, rose pak way. she had heart problems and had recently received a transplanted kidney overseas. >> she was a friend and enemy of mayors and the board of supervisors. at the end of the day, she was a lovely person.
>> she was known for her biting wit and blatant mockery of her political enemies. she always delivered with a smile but kept her eye on the price. last month, she was upset about a proposal for union square to keep stockton street blocked off. she threatened her own blockade. >> we have thousands of cars and trucks blockading the whole city hall and mta area for one week and see how they like it. nobody could get in and out. that is a promise. it is not a threat. >> personally, i can tell you that for years, the highlight of san francisco politics was watching rose pak mc the chinese new year parade. she basically stood on stage with a microphone in hand and roasted every politician that went by. each of them had to sit there and their convertibles, smiling and waving while getting kicked in the teeth by rose pak who said what so many people in the stands were thinking. her funeral is tentatively
being planned for saturday morning at old st. mary's cathedral on california street. in the newsroom, melissa caen, kpix 5 a caretaker discovered her body in the home yesterday morning. she was 16 years old. we have no details about the cause of friday's deadly accident on a bay area freeway. police say that lewis schaefer was driving northbound on highway 101 near willow road when an object of his minivan. he then crashed into the center divide. the chp believes the object was this large metal not which pierced his neck. investigators now say that it may have come from a caltrans water truck which was driving between jobsites at the time of the incident. the california department of transportation says that caltrans will continue to cooperate with chp as they finish their investigation. they offer their deepest condolences to the victims loved ones. the california highway patrol is investigating a police pursuit that led to a deadly crash near santa rosa.
it all began early yesterday morning after a santa rosa police officer tried to pull over a car. the chase ended with the suspect's car going over a barrier and rolling over at the end of the road. a mendocino county man died at the scene and to others in the car were rushed to the hospital. a unique plan for nx ends of -- inexpensive housing is having problems getting off the ground. the goal is to reduce the homeless problem. the chronicle newspaper reports that san francisco officials have not been able to agree on details. kennedy hopes that his idea gets a boost next month when he displays a full model of one of his micro units. palo alto is set to take a major step toward replacing the payments boardwalk. the city council is expected to vote in favor of a $1.5 million proposal to replace the valence boardwalk. it will widen it by 1 foot to
comply with disability regulations. oracle open world underway at the moscone he center in san francisco. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us from the tech conference. >> reporter: this is howard street behind me. it is normally a very busy thoroughfare in downtown san francisco. it is close to the public and turned into a village for the 60,000 people attending oracle open world. >> this is our proudest moment. >> reporter: open world is billed as the cloud industries most important tech conference. locals see it differently. >> we dread it. we avoid parking or driving into the city. >> reporter: with 18 downtown venues, streets are blocked off and lanes are closed. the number of pedestrian customers is a boom. open world brings an estimated $120 million to the bay area economy. hotel rooms are at a premium. a room here at the w will cost you almost $1000.
>> i am from hungary. >> reporter: was is a trip he looks forward to every year. >> will you try to have something? >> i have done that already. >> reporter: in between the moscone he center buildings, open spaces and networking looks . >> this is the first time we have taken it vertical and had a staircase with these large towers. outside, a resigned readiness for the chaos. >> it is a pain but i understand that people needed. it is good for business around here. >> reporter: the highlight for a lot of these attendees is going to be the big concert on wednesday night at at&t park featuring when stephani and staying. in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5 today is the first day santa clara county workers can use an app which is promising cheap bryan stork. as kpix 5's jackie ward reports, some did not get the scoop. >> reporter: it was a bit of a slow rollout today. on friday, the county was
awarded this contract. today was the first day santa clara county employees could take scoop and use this app to and from work for just one dollar each way. it is so new that when we spoke to a few dozen employees on their way into work this morning, they were not even aware of this opportunity. the goal is to get between scoop and the county to help cut down on congestion on the road. scoop is a ridesharing app and it matches of drivers with writers. the county of santa clara is offering each of the 17,000 employees and introductory rate of only one dollar each way to get to and from work. >> our focus is on the people who feel the most pain when it comes to their daily commute. our average trip is around 20 miles or more. the board of supervisor approved $10,000 in funding. it will last for one year or until the funding is exhausted. scoop will be giving santa clara data that will show the savings of ridesharing is generating in greenhouse gas emissions. the app is compatible with both
ios and android devices. in sunnyvale, jackie ward, kpix 5. zika zone changes. why florida health officials are ending a strong travel warning for one miami neighborhood. combating climate change. how people say they are willing to pay to help out with the cost. yesterday we had three record high temperatures. today, i will show you who is heating up and who is cooling down. the details as the newscast continues. ,,
hanging in the balance after numerous violations. the syrian military said that armed terrorist groups are taking advantage of the truce and continue to mobilize. john kerry addressed the issue at the un assembly a short time ago.>> the basic cease-fire is holding but fragile. humanitarian assistance is moving today to some eight different locations. >> russian leaders and us intelligence our meeting in geneva to hash out a plan to secure the agreement. us health officials say miami's wynwood arts district is no longer considered an active zika zone. earlier this summer, a travel warning went out to pregnant women to avoid the area. governor rick scott now says it has been 45 days since the last transmission in the neighborhood. vector control has been aggressively framed cash spraying for mosquitoes. the sober on us wild fire continues to range in monterey county.
firefighters have the blaze 61% contain. flames have charged more than 113,000 acres since the fire started in july. it has destroyed 57 homes and killed one person. this weekend brought record high temperatures to two cities in the bay area. at the airport in oakland, the temperature reached 89 degrees on sunday. that is 1 degree higher than the last record set in 2011. the temperature in gilroy reached 102 degrees which is up from the last record of 98 degrees. >> i was at the reader game yesterday and i thought everyone of those 89 degrees. it was hot. i want to toss in one more record. on sunday, it was a record event that was in the richmond area. 90 degrees they are. it tie the old record established in 2000. you mentioned the gilroy at 102 and very similar conditions
today. the national weather service has issued with the bear -- bay area quality district. some of the air in the soberanes fire l has now drifted into the area. this is gorgeous. this is our live weather camera looking out toward the golden gate bridge. look at tiburon and sausalito. this is the last monday in the summer season of 2016. we are at 80 degrees in san francisco. we should be at 70. the coast is clear. 80 degrees says paul smith our weather watcher. he is in brentwood. you can have a scorcher again today easily at 100 degrees. the ridge is trying to flatten out. it does not have the strongest grip on the bay area. the warm air mass is in place. look what happens on tuesday. some tropical moisture comes in
and we will see a few clouds as a result. today's numbers are stacking up to 80 in pacifica. 80s around the bay. 94 with similar conditions. when that sunsets, i will be mighty happy because i will be able to throw open my windows. cooler and seasonal on wednesday. we have a baseball game on a winning streak. 80 degrees and pleasant conditions at the baseball park tonight. >> sounds perfect. would you pay to fight climate change? a new survey from the energy institute at the university of chicago and the ap, more than half of those polled say they would pay at least one dollar or more on their monthly electric bill and 29% say they would pay $20 a month. early iphone 7 owners are getting more than they bargained for. the problem that some are already having an reporting with the new phones. ,,,,,,,,
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they made the announcement in squaw valley this morning. >> a what can it be? >> the new drone combines all kinds of complicated technology that is simple enough for the everyday person to use. the gopro karma drone will be available october 23 for $799. it is compatible with the new hero 4 and hero 5 products. it did not take people long for people to be finding imperfections with the new iphone. some users are reporting a hissing, buzzing or static sound coming from their iphone 7 . users are posting comments on mac rumors and other online sites popular with apple fans. some say cupertino-based apple has told them to swap out their phones for another one but the phones have been in short supply since going on sale. let's see how wall street
you can shoot a play every week with a great cast. it is exciting for me. it is exciting to see where it goes. >> the premiers continue tonight with a bang theory at 8 pm. kevin can wait at 8:30 pm followed by the finale of the case of jonbenet ramsey at 9 pm. >> there is a lot going on tonight. have a great day, everyone.
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