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and a secret life. good evening, i'm ken now at 11:00 inside the mind of the las vegas gunman tonight the sheriff said the squirrel had an escape plan and secret life -- the killer had an escape plan and secret life. good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> i'm andria borba. >> it appeared the gunman stephen paddock planned to survive the shooting and there
was no suicide note in his hotel room. clark county sheriff joseph lombardo said stephen paddock fired 10 straight minutes out of his hotel suite window from 10:05 to 10:15 into a crowd of 22,000 at the route 91 festival. >> stephen paddock is a man who spent decades acquiring weapons and ammo and living a secret life. >> reporter: the sheriff called paddock disturbed and dangerous and said 100 investigators had worked 72 hours straight to piece together a profile of what might have motivated the mass murderer. he said someone knows something and he wants to talk to them. >> anything that would indicate this individual's trigger point and that would cause him to do such harm. >> reporter: in los angeles the fbi interviewed paddock's girl friend, marilou danley. she returned from the philippines last night and broke her silence today through her attorney. >> while there he wired me
money which he said was for me to buy a house for me and my family. i was grateful, but honestly i was worried that first the unexpected trip home and then the money was a way of breaking up with me. it never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against anyone. >> reporter: danley is said to be fully cooperating with investigators. did paddock originally have a different target in mind? he rented a hotel room on airbnb above the license beautiful festival in downtown las vegas the week before. we don't know if the 23 weapons found inside his mandalay bay room made it to a perch above that event as well. >> it's troublesome that this individual was able to move this amount of gear into a hotel room unassisted. it's troublesome for the amount of stuff he had as both
evidence unassisted. so there's people that know this individual. there's people that can help us. >> now tonight the las vegas review journal reports not only did paddock open fire on the festival crowd, he also shot at two large aviation fuel tanks at mccarran international airport from his hotel room. one of the bullets penetrated the tank but did not cause an explosion. andria borba, kpix5. >> 58 people were killed including three women with ties to the bay area. 32-year-old michelle vogt was a san jose native working in pasadena. at the concert she befriended a man from ohio and he was the last person to see her alive. >> was it the second round of shots she got hit. she dropped immediately to my side and she was literally standing right next to me. that's something i'll live with probably every day of my life.
her side all night and made contact with michelle's family. since the she literally was right here. >> cody robertson stayed by her side all night and made contact with michelle's family. it's been three days since the attacks. so what's the mood like there? what are people thinking and feeling tonight? kpix5's juliette goodrich continues our coverage from las vegas. >> reporter: tonight las vegas boulevard known as the strip is reopened after it was partially closed the last couple of days near mandalay bay. the town is slowly but surely coming to life. when we first flew into town on monday, you can see how shellshocked people were, pale and in disbelief. today people still want to talk about how they're thinking and feeling. las vegas, a town healing. >> i'm just really numb, you know, still in shock. telling people vegas is still here. >> we love people. >> reporter: this father and daughter brought their therapy dogs to comfort victims'
families. >> we met a couple that had lost their son. they missed their dog, so they wanted to pet our dog and they talked about their son, how much their son loved dogs and so it was beautiful. >> reporter: even though he's here to help and heal still broken. >> it's really disturbing. it's way different than seeing it on tv. it's tough because this really did hurt these people. my dogs help me, too. >> reporter: now that the las vegas boulevard has reopened i want to give you a closer look at the scene and specifically mandalay bay. we pan up to the 32nd floor. you can see where the shots were fired. this has now become an eerie tourist site where you can see broken glass and it's boarded up. it is now a crime scene and will be closed off indefinitely during the investigation. these las vegas residents left
flowers by the iconic las vegas welcome sign and if there is any sign this town that never sleeps is starting to reawaken, look no further. you're here to brighten their spirits and give them that little sense of vegas. >> you know, we do it together. >> reporter: elvis spent much of the day at that welcome sign greeting people as they come into town. for those who live and work here, they hope this continues to be that international destination for fun, celebration and weddings. in las vegas, juliette goodrich, kpix5. >> the president showed up and tonight the sheriff said president trump's visit to las vegas did not affect the investigation. >> there was some concern because of his visit that investigations associated with this case would be delayed or hindered and i'm here to assure you none of that occurred. >> in clark county the president praised the doctors there and offered some prayers, but veronica de la cruz tells us there's one thing he refused
to talk about today. >> yeah, that's right, ken and liz. on behalf of the nation president trump offered a promise to people of las vegas. he said they are not alone and we will never leave their side. >> america is truly a nation in mourning. >> air force one landed in the shadow of the mandalay bay this morning. then the president drove near the scene of the massacre. he visited a hospital that treat 100 victims and he thanked first responders at vegas police command center. >> words cannot describe the bravery that the whole world witnessed on sunday night. americans defied death and hatred with love and with courage. when the word and the worst of humanity strikes and strike it did, the best of humanity responds.
>> the president called the gunman a sickde, were ntedmema the presidented the nation will wrestle with the tragedy for quite some time, but when asked about gun control, he refused to answer. veronica de la cruz, kpix5. >> how do californians feel about gun control? here are the resultsful our exclusive poll -- results of our exclusive poll. 68% of you say federal laws on go up ownership are not strict enough. wet -- gun ownership are not strict enough. 45% of citizens say it makes society more dangerous and 69% would support a nationwide ban on semiautomatic weapons. senators john cornyn, lindsey graham, orrin hatch and marco rubio alled they'd be open to considering legislation on bump stops. the las vegas gunman used those
devices to allow semiautomatic rifles to fire as if they're fully automatic. betty yu shows us a california senator introduced a bill today to ban them altogether. >> california senator dianne feinsteined her daughter planned to attend the music festival in las vegas but later changed her plans. feinstein also talked about the horrors of november 27, 1978. that day at san francisco city hall she found supervisor harvey milk and mayor gascon shot to death. >> now after las vegas i hope senators will find the political courage to stand up and say enough is enough. >> i think it's particularly inappropriate to politicize an event like this. it just happened within the last day and a half. it's entirely premature to be discussing about legislative solutions, if any. >> despite an average of one mass shooting of four or more people each day since sandy
hook, there's been no major shift in the nation's gun laws. a recent pugh poll shows 68% of americans favor an assault weapons ban, but a republican controlled congress makes that type of ban unlikely. according to the center for responsive politics, last year republicans received more than $54 million in advertising and donations from the nra. democrats, $265. as for those bump fire stocks that congress may ban, retailers are selling out of them. betty yu, kpix5. >> we want to make it car there is currently no federal law banning bump stocks. however, they are illegal here in california. e band broke it. cold play took the stage tonight in santa clara, but the city set a curfew. we were at levi's stadium to see if the band broke it. >> shelters for the homeless, a bay area city approves designated safe havens. tonight we ask what's the cost
and the hardly strictly bluegrass festival is this ds of >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces. people are expected to attend. so.. how are police responding.. it's sweep week in san francisco and the hardly bluegrass festival is also this weekend. tens of thousands of people are expected to attend, so how are police responding after this what happened in las vegas? the chief said a tactical team
will be deployed. officers will be in patrol cars, on bike and on foot. the chief said the department is doing everything it can to keep people safe. >> with the in las vegas a lot of people are anxious about events in general and we are doing everything we can in the san francisco. our deployment has been heightened. we want people to see officers out in the street. >> meantime police are reminding everyone if you see something, say something. security also tight out at levi's stadium tonight where cold play blew past their curfew. kpix5's maria medina is there with that story tonight. maria? >> reporter: you know, cold play hit the stage at 9:00. they just finished a few minutes ago, so yes, they went over that curfew. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: tonight it's cold play at the center of santa clara's curfew controversy. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: and some of their fans wonder wood they get their
money's worth -- would they get their money's worth if the band abided by the city's 10 p.m. curfew. >> i'll be disappointed if cold play doesn't come on until 9:00 and i only get an hour's worth of money out of it. that's cold play's issue. >> reporter: the 49er's president declared a moratorium on weekday concerts saying silencing the music at 10:00 to a destroyed a fine by the city is just not possible. >> my view is the local city deserves to be protected and therefore, the band should come on stage earlier. what's stopping them from coming on earlier? >> reporter: last week cold play's request to play an hour past curfew was denied. >> i think it's kind of dumb they built a stadium in an area where people will complain so much. >> reporter: the curfew wasn't the only issue weighing on concertgoers minds tonight. one woman tweeted about
tightened security. a law enforcement source said security was increased in the wake of the las vegas shooting. >> it can happen to anybody anywhere, but you got to live your life. you can't worry about that. >> reporter: you can see that armored vehicle parked right outside levi's stadium. a 49ers spokes person said if they abrupted stopped a concert at 10:00 because of the curfew, it would pose a public safety risk because of the tens of thousands of people inside the stadium and the fine for occur curfew violation is 7 -- curfew violation is 750 to $1,000. s.o.s. meals on wheels in alameda county sent out this notice that says, "we regret ending weekend delivery meal service. this is a necessary cost saving measure. we rely on donations to keep the meals coming." the charity serves 1,200
seniors in alameda county. meals on wheels will continue delivering monday through friday. we've heard a lot of plans about how to solve the homeless crisis in oakland. tonight there is a new one, safe havens? will it work? here's kpix5's christin ayers. >> reporter: doug ravens is one of 60 people living in this sprawling west oakland homeless encampment. he said conditions are dire and sometimes deadly. >> people suffer so hard. people die out here of exposure, friends of mine. it's not right. >> reporter: oakland's homeless population has soared up 25% in the last two years and camps overflowing with tents and tarps have cropped up all over the city. there have been fires sparked by people trying to keep warm. at first the city tried bulldozing the encampment, but last year council member lynnette mcelhany did something
unexpected. >> we are being very creative in our partnership. >> reporter: she backed a program that equipped some camps with porta-potties, hand washing statements and trash pickup. now oakland will expand that program. >> we're trying to be innovative and trying new things. what we have done has not worked. >> reporter: last night oakland city council green lighted three safe havens at this locations in oakland. tents will give way to tough sheds with electricity, running water and showers. there will be security and staff on hand to help the homeless find jobs, get healthcare and eventually move into permanent housing. >> it is not a long remember it solution, but it's what we -- long term solution, but it's what we can do right now as we work on the longer term solution. >> reporter: but it's going to cost the city more than half a million dollars each year for each shelter. schaaf said she has funding for the first one and hopes to have it up in a couple months. doug said anything is better unanimous how he and his
neighbors are -- than how he and his neighbors are living now. >> i think it's a blessing, been a long time coming. tonight fema said the flow of supplies in puerto rico is quickly moving to hurricane victims. fema has delivered over 400,000 meals and almost 200,000 liters of water in the past two days, but hundreds of thousands of people still have no running water or power tonight. experts believe it will be months to restore electricity. until then fema is bringing in almost 500 generators to help people try to get back to normal. one group from the bay area is getting ready to head to puerto rico with their own stash of
supplies for the victims. joe vazquez caught up with them tonight. >> we have batteries and lanterns. >> reporter: actor and filmmaker, packing up to fly to puerto rico. his flight leave tomorrow and he's taking extra -- leaves
tomorrow and he's taking extra stuff with him. >> delta airlines said we could bring three bags 100 pounds each for free to bring humanitarian aid to port -- puerto rico. >> reporter: the group defend puerto rico believes the federal government has fallen way short when it comes to getting food and water and basic help to the people back home. yesterday's visit by the president did not go over well here. >> it just broke my heart. it was so sad and humiliating. >> reporter: many of these folks have relatives back home in desperate situations. >> that was so disrespectful. in a time of crisis we need real leadership and we do not need a
president throwing paper towels to people, get your hands dirty. have some compassion. [ singing ] >> mr. president, would you realize that puerto ricans are u.s. citizens and they deserve the same respect as every other citizen in america.
>> reporter: many donations and supplies are sitting on atnways or ports the island thwh's call for donations and they are pouring in. >> so this is an opportunity for the bay area and the community of puerto rican supporters to get things into the direct hands of people who need it most. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix5. >> that group will continue to accept donations all day tomorrow at the academy school in berkeley. >> so great to see people doing great work like that. >> it is. there's another low forming in the tropics tonight that could be another category 1 hurricane by saturday in the gulf of mexico. it bears watching. we will in the meantime tonight. we've got warm temperatures in the bay area, 81 degrees in santa rosa, 75 degrees at fremont and a beautiful view of the bay bridge. 508 in the city and mid-60s -- 58 in the city and mid-60s in
concord, santa rosa down to 40 degrees, 50 in san jose. if 1 in oakland. high pressure is beginning -- 51 in oakland. high pressure is beginning to nudge into the pacific northwest. we'll have a clear night, some fog along the shoreline and low clouds coming in on the golden gate bridge warming a little bit tomorrow, a little bit more on friday and then peaking on saturday. fleet week is looking prettyfo strictly bluegrass this weekend in the park 72 degrees. 72 in san francisco, concord 83 degrees, san jose 83. in the south bay the numbers tomorrow will be in the low 80s, very pleasant, plenty of sun, the shoreline in the 60s. east bay low 80s, 84 livermore. marin county what a nice day tomorrow, 67 at clovedale, 80
in clearlake and ukiah 82 degrees. extended forecast a couple degrees a day, that's all we ask and that's all we'll get between now and saturday, numbers nudging into the low 90 knows, peak saturday and -- 90s, peak saturday and sunday and come down next week, still in the 80s, high and dry, not a drop of rain yet. what is former 49er jerry rice up to these days? tonight he admits he is a serial wedding crasher. >> here are tonight's guests on the late show with stephen colbert.
rice spotted the couple on the course and started snapping pictures. he also made it into some of the more professional wedding photos. i can't tell who she's marrying. rice said he loves crashing weddings and has done it dozens of times and will do it every weekend if he gets the opportunity. >> hey, if you go to the reception, i'd go to the reception. an nfl quarterback is in hot water after making sexist comments to a female reporter. >> and the bank was open for the san jose sharks, but it was
tonight scored twice in his maple leaf debut.. joe thorton and his beard.. still in after 19 years with the sharks patty marleau signed with the maple leafs in his off season. george thornton and his beard still in town with the sharks. the power play goal in the 1st tied the game 2-2. leblanc scored twice but was in the penalty box three times. that's where he was when wayne simmons gets in the go ahead goal for philadelphia. simmons had a hat trick and 5- 3, flyers win. the big unit, randy johnson, fired up the crowd in arizona for the national league wildcard game, d-backs leading the rockies 7-6 in the 7th, when the pitcher archie bradley hit a two run triple into the gap. arizona hangs on for the win.
bradley is the first reliever pitcher in history with a triple. panthers quarterback cam newton set off a firestorm during his weekly press conference after this exchange with a female reporter. >> reporter: devin funchess seemed to really embrace the physicality of his routes. >> it's funny to hear a female talk about routes like -- funny. >> the charlotte observer reporter jourdan rodrigue later said on twitter her followup with newton went worse and that he did not apologize. the nfl called the comments disrespectful. chief quarterback high school product peters gave up two touchdowns against the redskins monday. >> we're going to talk it up and go in the meeting room and then kick back, chill and relax. >> you cause that fumble at the
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