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we start with breaking news from half moon bay, a pedestrian hit and killed by a chp patrol car, it happened outside a restaurant called sam's chowder house. katie has the late-breaking details for us. >> reporter: we are standing here in the parking lot. look to the side, you can see a number of highway patrol cars as they start the investigation. at 8:30 tonight, a chp officer driving north radioed in sing he had just hit and killed a pedestrian. the man was a 74-year-old filipino man, staff said that he had just finished leave the
- - he was trying to leave the restaurant when he was struck by a patrol car and officers say that this is a call they never want to get. >> it is the last call you want to hear. >> they said that the officers should have dash camera or body camera video. they are still trying to figure out how and why this happened. the road will probably be closed for the next six hours as they continue investigations. we are here in the parking lot where it happened in front of sam's chowder house. developing news in oakland, police are invest getting the death of an 80-year-old real estate agent, and his son is
the killer. he suffered major trauma to the head and died in his home last night. the times reports his thirty- eight-year-old 38-year-old son was arrested. neighbor say clark had just celebrated his 80th birthday. >> he smiled at me all the time and he always stopped to say hello and i would say hello to him as well. it was great having him around. >> his daughter was also injured. she was treated and released. and people who knew him say that he made a major impact and he was a trustworthy realtor and community leader. two people were shot and killed near dolores park. and they do not believe a gunman is on the loose. a man and woman were found dead inside of the car this morning. a gun was found nearby. this is the second shooting at
this neighborhood since last night. neighbors tell us that they are concerned. >> as informed people, we must keep an eye out for one another. >> the names have not been released. bay area residents are banding together to help devastated victims in puerto rico. millions are without electricity and other necessities. it is 10 days after hurricane maria struck that territory. and we are looking at angry tweets from him, blasting the mayor on the island. >> i am asking that someone be in charge that is up to the task of saving lives.
>> that was the tweet from yesterday. >> people are dying. >> she became the target of a series of tweets from the president in which he said such poor leadership. and in puerto rico they cannot get workers to help. he added they want everything to be done for them. in another tweet he blamed partisan politics, politics, seeing democrats told the mayor to criticize the response. >> i was asking for help. i was not saying anything nasty about the president. >> in san francisco this evening, people who came to donate said that they could not believe the tweets from the president. >> he takes to twitter for personal attacks and it is an embarrassment to the it es it really is. >> for every need, there is now a line for water, fuel, working atms. others are saying i'll take
society, they simply need to help the tens of thousands in need. >> the president can say whatever he would like to say. we nee help.'s new trump plans to go to puerto rico on tuesday for a first-hand damage assessment. a big question surrounding the warriors game, ondrea was there to tell us more about what happened. >> even before the season tipped off at the oracle or even - - >> the national anthem, and all were watching. [ singing ] despite some uncertainty about what they would do, the players and coaches were standing and players from the nuggets came together to link arms.
>> they are united and this country needs unification. everyone is kind of separated and divided right now. >> a memo was released about how players should behave during the staller spangled banner in light of nfl players kneeling in large numbers. it says players, coaches and players have a rule to stand respectively for the national anthem. we will deal with instances in which a player, coach or trainer does not stand for the anthem. >> it is up for the player - - it is up to the players. >> you have to do something. at the end of the day, it is up to them to decide. if the commissioner is going to give you a fine, i think you would stand as well. >> it comes after trump rescinded an invitation to
visit the white house with the team after steph curry and others expressed doubts about customary visits. >> everybody wants to be in an equal opportunity environment for everyone. stand or neil, we all need to come together and figure it out and it starts with talking about it right now. i support whatever they want to do. everyone can do it they want. at the end of the today, it is about coming together to figure things out. after serving nine years of a 33 year prison term, term, o.j. simpson could be free tomorrow. he was convicted of robbery and kidnapping charges after confronting dealers at a hotel. the parole board ruled he could be eligible tomorrow. we recently spoke to a childhood friend of his
who wrote a book about their friendship and he says he cannot wait for o.j. simpson to be released. and he said that he is going to tell o.j. simpson to stay away from the police. >> i hope his experience taught him something. these people are out to get you, you are o.j. simpson. >> he has plans to move to florida. but the attorney general says he will not be welcomed there. new details on a mother's day tragedy, leaving a daughter dead after her prom night. robert carol is behind bars for the deadly crash. carol slammed into the car after running a red light. sheen marcelina was killed and her mother was seriously injured. it happened after the dance when she picked her daughter up.
carol faces charges of manslaughter while intoxicated. he is expected in court in november. in east oakland, tackling crime and poverty, they say city leaders have not done enough to address problems in the neighborhoods. and hundreds of people met today to form an organization that is designed to make sure voices are heard. >> parts of oakland have seen robust economy and more jobs. but the rising tide has not lifted all boats. >> it didn't lift boats, it sunk boats. we are second-class citizens. there is illegal dumping and homelessness and no businesses out here. >> the corridor remains unchanged. constitution, crime,, crime, poverty, and eviction among the growing list of problems. >> my aunt was in danger of
being displaced from her house. >> they assembled for the first time today, forming a new organization, called the congress of neighborhoods. >> we are unifying east oakland and saying it is not just a neighborhood, we can work together, with all of us, thousands of people. >> as one organization, not strong. that by joining forces with others collectively, they are unbreakable. inc. about this. a thousand votes can change the outcome of elections. >> it is not just about - - they are making decisions that we are uncomfortable with. >> angry, fed >> angry, fed up. policies that don't put them first. the congress of neighborhoods
will be taking demands to city hall on the seventh of november. caught on camera, an engine explodes on a passenger jet that was on the way to southern california. a murder mystery, friends of a bay area music icon keeping his legacy alive two years later. >> it is special to me. >> and a final farewell, an emotional sendoff from at&t park. >> the weather is not bad. we are going to look if anything is changing. that is next after the break. stay with us, we will be right back.
on an air france jet exploded mid- flight today. an passenger took video while the plane was still airborne. the flight was headed from paris to los scary moments in the sky when an engine exploded in the middle of a flight today, a passenger took the video while the plane was still airborne. the flight made a safe emergency landing in canada. no one was hurt. they are still trying to find out what caused the engine damage. >> the original host of make a deal died in beverly hills. he cocreated make a deal in 1963 and the show was on air for decades. and he received a lifetime achievement award at the daytime emmys. new tonight, a bay area music island - - and icon shot and killed on the streets he wrapped about.
his murder is still a mystery. oakland police refused to talk about it. kristin is on the search for justice. >> his name was dominic newton. >> he was likable. he was friendly. he had good manners. you know he was really all around a good guy. >> the bay area and the world knew him. [ music ] the pittsburgh rap artist came to prominence. he made his name on an album called tear gas. this was the song that put him on the map. matt warner, the ceo of the bay area hip-hop company said that he became known for a style that busted the luster of mainstream rap. >> he was contemplated,
gangster oriented but also telling the darker side of street stories that a lot of people glorified. >> his manager was his friend since high school. >> he wanted people to understand him. that was most important. touch people who came from the struggle, who were in jail, who were lost, who were in poverty. [ music ] . >> then on february 22,015th, the music had stopped. >> a man shot and killed in oakland was a local - - he was a local rap artist. >> a couple years later, there are rumors here. >> i heard it was unintentional. a random thing. he was not
targeted or anything. he was in the wrong place, at the wrong time. that only makes it worse. >> his murder is still a mystery. >> i know the stories of what could have happened and what people have sworn has happened. we heard a lot of stories. it does not matter, he is not here. >> kumar once closure, but oakland police have never named a suspect or made arrests. all his friends and fans can do is work to keep his memory alive. >> the idea is to make sure he is not forgotten, make sure his legacy lives on forever. we miss him a lot, everybody misses him, and it is not the same without him, it will never be the same, that is what we all say, it will never be the same. a pair of emergency vehicles crashed into one another around 10:00 this
morning. they were both on the way to emergency calls this morning and luckily there were only minor injuries. >> good news i guess, and we had nice weather today. it looks like it is continuing that way throughout the next week, we have mild conditions, a little thorn in this bed of roses, one that we will tell you about in a minute. opening day on the bay bridge. and there is a tower raised in the 30s, we are looking out toward the bay. livermore,63 degrees. san jose, 62 degrees. forecast high temperatures tomorrow will be in the upper 70s along the bay shoreline, lower 80s in and. warm, mild, we have it all. dry through the weekend and the low that you see to the north, the high that you see to the south, close enough that it will
generate some wind tonight. and easterly complement, a dry direction, with wind not picking up any moisture, red flag warnings are posted as a result. gusts are up to 35 miles per hour. what a boring graphic. not much going on. a time-lapse tomorrow, no low clouds offshore. sunny and mild tomorrow, fire danger will be high this weekend, warm and dry, breezy tomorrow. for the bay area, this weekend, san francisco chinatown, 72 degrees. if that is not enough to get you into san francisco, try the gametime temperature of 72 degrees for the transfer is andres. we will explain it all in about 60 seconds. sunshine - - sunshine straight - - sun and wind, a high of 71 degrees,
the extended forecast for us will be in the middle 70s and low 80s tomorrow, we pretty much keep it that way all the way through the end of the next week. middle 70s, temperatures drop after that. no major changes, but there will be a lot of sunshine. >> a tearful final farewell, met king takes the hill for the very last time. stay with us, we will be right back. congressman steve scalise survived a bullet from an assassin, but has yet to tell his harrowing story. you can watch tonight at - - you can watch on 60 seconds.
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together, we're building a better california. playing a critical role in 2 of the 3 world series wins... there was one constant... matt cain did it all wearing the orange and black. 13 years in the major pitching the giants only perfect game, playing a critical role in the three tone series victories, met did it all wearing orange and black. 13 years coming to an end today,
taking the mound for his 331st career start. he paints the outside corner god he retires the first six batters he faced. bruce comes out, not ready to leave. he stays and get another pair of outs, completing five shutout innings. they waited in the dugout to congratulate him a second time, with a standing ovation from the crowd. and you can't expect goodbye all day with the team, sam dyson serves up a double in the gap, they go on to win the game 3-2. that takes a backseat to the end of his career. >> this is the only jersey i have worn. it is special to me. it is something i have always wanted to do. some guys have done it and they
have been around, it is special to me to wear that uniform and to know that i will always be a giant. >> it takes a - - he was deep to the center. dawson didn't make it out of the second. and a moved to the rangers, it- for. and the warriors are wasting little time honoring the championship season. a player of theyear award from ben wallace, his childhood idol. he hammers down to out of 10 points against the nuggets and the starter making one of 19 from deep, preseason game number one, 108-102. and they go to china tomorrow.
kj costello got his first career start for stanford... but he was overshadowed by the running back. ai > have fallen in love with his replacement. dave costello, his first career start for sanford and he was overshadowed by the running back. a healthy dose of love, price love, that is. score in seven straight games, ripping off a 50 plus yard run. 73 sanford in the third quarter, off to the races again for a 43-yard score to make it 14-3 for sanford. and stanford in the third, love does it again. love rushes for a school record, the tenth player to rush 1000 yards, 34-24 is the score. and justin wilcox played at
oregon and now he is trying to beat the ducks. ross runs the defender for 75- yard touchdown. bears there's come within 10, they add a field goal and pull within a touchdown. the defense ran out of gas out of the stretch. 68 yards for the touchdown, 31-17, justin herbert is the starting quibec and running back freeman. seth bowers on the next possession. this when he fumbled in the goal line. funding the end zone of fuel plays later, they go go on to win the game 45-24. and the earthquakes also took down portland timbers 2-1. they are trying to get to the playoff spot. >> oakland raiders tomorrow at 1:25 in the fifth quarter. bittersweet. but moving on to basketball now. stay with us, we will be right back.
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