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we are the generation that had the music and the moves. we are the generation that had a dream. we came together to feed the world's children. we came together to protect them, and in this dangerous world we have to keep on saving them and protecting them, even when we're gone. if we remember unicef in our will, we'll be the generation who left a better world for children. visit live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. now at 11:00, we're live with breaking news. a driver shot just a little
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while ago in a quiet san francisco neighborhood. >> the driver was shot earlier tonight near the intersection of clay and laguna in pacific heights. andrea borba was there the first reporter on scene and has the latest for us. from well, the shooting happened at 8:52 this evening, and within the past 10 minutes, i'll step out of frame now, you can see the tow truck showed up. the car is a white car. we're told this was an attempted robbery. we're told there's one suspect with nonlife threatening injuries taken to a hospital, though not to the hospital that was a half block away. there are two suspects that sfpd is looking for at this point. as we said this was a white car. it happened about 8:52 p.m. near clay and laguna.
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police here in san francisco still looking for more leads. they have some idea who the people may be, who the suspects may be at this point, but right know clay street is shut down as the investigation continues. live in pacific heights, andrea borba, kpix 5. police in danville are looking for a driver that crashed into cyclists and took off after 2:00 in the afternoon. da lin tells us it's not the first time something like this happened in the same area. >> reporter: two twisted bikes on the side of diablo rooted. the driver hah hit them -- road. the driver that hit them took off. another driver took off after the hit and run driver, but the police had no luck. >> he definitely should have seen the cyclists. >> reporter: the impact tossed
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the biker 20 to 30 feet away from the bikes. both victims have major injuries. an ambulance rushed run man to the medical center. >> it's very, very tragic but something that anyone could have looked at and said was going to happen sooner or later due to the substandard road. >> reporter: a few months ago a similar incident happened on diablo road you have the street. a -- up the street. a car hit two cyclists. one of the victims was also air lifted to a local hospital. they blame the city of danville for not widening the road. it's a busy and popular road for cyclists. >> something has to be done, and we've been asking for safe bike lanes starting here and going up to mount diablo scenic boulevard. >> reporter: police are looking for a silver suv.
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likely a ford escape with damage to the front. in danville, i'm da lin, kpix 5. we have new details tonight on a hit and run crash in oakland that left a 10-year-old girl in critical condition. police now say alcohol did play a role. the young girl was hit near franklin elementary yesterday. the driver took off, but then crashed a few blocks away where she was arrested. the name of the suspect hasn't been released. and the driver who caused a fiery head on crash in concord tonight is on the run. the stolen truck. headed the wrong -- truck was headed the wrong way down highway 4, smashed into a suv that burst into flames. you can see the charred truck on its side. the 25-year-old driver took off running onto the naval station and was never found. the people inside the suv he hit had only minor injuries. after nearly two weeks most of the wine country fires are nearly surrounded. they have good lines around 94
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percent of the tubbs fire. the atlas fire is at 90 percent containment, and the pocket fire at 85 percent. and it was another emotional day for fire victims in santa rosa. people who live in the saturn grove neighborhood got to return to their properties today to see what was left. fountain-grove neighborhood.. >> it's shocking, it's unbelievable what we've lost. the memories are still there, but the material representation is all gone. it 'feels like you go -- it just feels like you go on. high school football is returning to napa county for the first time since the fires broke out, and tonight's game was more like a second homecoming. >> reporter: it's the sounds of
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a typical friday night under the lights. [ cheering ] >> reporter: high school football at memorial stadium in napa with the hometown team the vintage high crushers. >> >. i missed it, i really missed it, and i think the kids did too. >> reporter: but tonight a saturday means more to this community than any other game this season. >> it's a great feeling being able to be out here again. like i said, it means the world to everybody. >> reporter: it's the first home game in two weeks since the atlas fire raged through the county, destroying the homos 625 student -- drying the homes of 25 students and players. >> we have to stay strong and keep rolling. >> reporter: and that's why the stands are packed and the
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players ready to do what they do best. >> we finally get to be out where we love on the football field and get to go out and compete for something. >> reporter: but after only two practices since the start of the season, the players say they aren't in the best shape, not that it would deter them from putting up a fight against the visiting team. >> football means the world to us. it means everything for us to come back and just give the students something to cheer about. >> reporter: the talk of the town has been community and family. the values definitely evident here tonight both on the field and in the stands. another huge problem across wine country tonight, no tourists. the wineries are usually parked on nice sunny weekend -- packed on nice sunny weekends like this, but the scenes of devastation are keeping many away. >> reporter: sonoma county is
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known for its hospitality, and on a day like this walt wines would normally host several hundred people, but this week they'll be lucky to have 50. >> we were on track to have the best month and year ever, and now it's all put on hold until we get our loyal guests back and people know we're up and functioning. even though people are saying that, people are still scared to come back. >> reporter: she's had a couple of big groups cancel within the last couple of weeks, and business has been slow to pick up. it's the same story down the strike at the culinary school events and inn. >> we get calls like are you open and standing, and i said if you were to drive into town you wouldn't think that anything happened to downtown sonoma. >> reporter: one silver lining is the fact that some people are rescheduling events for times that are typically slow. >> it's been pretty incredible.
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>> reporter: former state employment development director says job numbers in the area have taken a hit too, but they expect to see job growth next month in certain sectors like construction. >> in terms of businesses directly impacted and job lay offs, it's impacted in terms of even people working at home that have lost their homes. >> reporter: but still businesses are desperately trying to get the word out that they are in fact open, and snow all sonoma has to -- show all sonoma has to offer today. >> we need people to come in and drink wine and eat food and support us and help us to rebuild from santa rosa to napa. >> all the times you need a glass of wine, it's now. it's a good time to come back. >> reporter: business owners are heavily relying on those living within driving distance to come out and enjoy themselves because some are
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only one to two weeks away from closing their doors permanently. tonight the bear fire in the santa cruz mountains is 65 percent contained. it injured 9 people, destroyed 4 structures and charred close to 400 acres. neighbors think it started at a chop shop monday night. a suspect accused of stealing a car in santa clara is in the hospital tonight after being shot by police. investigators say the suspect ran the patrol car overnight near scott boulevard. they say two officers got out of their cars, then the suspect threw his car in reverse and rammed a cruise everybody. he refused to -- cruiser. he refused to stop, forcing the officer to fire. he will survive. his name hasn't been released. a funeral was held today for an army anger, one of the four -- ranger, one of the four soldiers who died in an attack
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in africa. but questions persist about the attack and president trump's comments during the condolence call. andrea borba has more. >> reporter: the family of sergeant la' david johnson laid him to rest in his home state of florida today. his pregnant widow said good bye one last time. questions are growing over how johnson and three other u.s. service members died in an attack in niger on october 4th. also why johnson's body was found over a mile from the site, and how he became separated from his comrades. and why his patrol hadn't expected enemy contact in this part of country where this map shows 46 attacks took place over the last 20 minutes. defense secretary james mattis spoke to reporters after meeting with john mccain who's
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calling for me details -- more details about the attack. >> we can always improve on communication, and that's exactly what we'll do. >> reporter: president trump's effort to console johnson's widow launched a war of words with a florida congresswoman. >> he never called him a hero. >> reporter: white house chief of staff tried to walk back wilson's assertions. >> in his way tried to expression that opinion that he was a brave man, a fallen hero, he knew what he was getting himself into, he enlisted. >> reporter: in a tweet president trump called her whacky and said he called every family of a soldier who died. in an e-mail the white house was scrambling to get a list of soldiers from the dnd after
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that interview. still to come, the california democrat throwing down millions to try and get president trump impeached. also ahead, why the government is getting ready to release new classified documents on the jfk assassination. plus, we've all heard of bull riding, but how about bull jumping? you'll hear from the daredevil who dazzled crowds today. >> just when you think you've seen it all and heard it all about the weather, changes are ahead. it's all coming up after this break. if you encounter a downed power line, you need to stay away from it. call 911. let our first responders come out and handle it. police and fire will respond as well as pg&e. pg&e will make the scene safe. ♪
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hurricane victims. the five men launched the "o all of the living former presidents were on stage for a concert in texas to benefit hurricane victims. they launched the one america appeal for hurricane relief across the hardest hit areas. they avoided politics and urged people to donate. president trump sent a video message. >> in the aftermath of these terrible storms, the american people have done what we did best. we came together, we helped one another, and through it all, we remained resilient. >> since it began in early september, the one america appeal has raised $31 million. assassination of president john f. kennedy tonight president trump says he's going to allow the release of new information about the assassination of president kennedy. it could mean shedding more light on what happened on that november day in 1963 in dallas. a law that had been keeping details under wraps expires this week. the only person who can prevent the release of classified
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documents is the president, but he tweeted that he had that he'll allow them to go public. >> i applaud the fact that president trump is releasing these documents. you know, historians have wanted this release done for awhile. cia, fbi files. what happened with the assassination of john f. kennedy, still parts other parts of it are -- parts of it are a mystery. a california billionaire is pledging millions to get president trump impeached. >> what has our government become? >> this is the new national tv ad. the democratic donor says he's spend at least $10 million on the campaign. in the ad he says the president is mentally unstable and steering the country towards nuclear war. his call for impeachment comes a week after hustler's
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publisher larry flint took out a full page ad in the washington passoverring a 10 -- post offering a $10 million prize for anyone that has information leading to president trump's impeachment. and tonight this professional bull jumper entertained crowds. most of us didn't even though that was a real thing. his background is in gymnastic, but he says you have to be a cowboy and have that mentality to do this. >> i don't know that i'd say i'm crazy. [ laughter ] >> reporter: have you ever been eat? >> every year. broken knee, broken skull, broken foot, and broken ribs and teeth. >> reporter: and still you keep coming back? >> yeah, i am. >> the frenchman has been leaping over steers for 18 years. wow. >> ever since he was 14 years old. he started doing that at 14.
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>> wow. >> what did his parents say about that? beats hanging outs and smoking skirrets i guess. -- cigarettes i guess. the numbers tonight mostly in the mid-50s for lows, and right now not too bad. clear skies over the golden gate and bay bridge as well. concord 59, livermore 54, it's not 5 degrees in san francisco. san jose 59. it's actually 57 in san francisco if you're making note of all this. high pressure building over the pacific northwest. another ridge and more heat is on the way for this week. it will take a few days to get there, but by tuesday it will be smoking inland. well, for this time of the year. in fact, even tomorrow will be sunny and a little warmer. couple of degrees in the right direction, and then by tuesday we will be nudging 90 in the warmest spots. warming trend on the way for
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the bay area, even as the 49ers prepare to take on the dallas cowboys tomorrow, 10:5 p.m. sunny and 78 at game time. forecast high close to where we should be this time of year. some of the most pleasant weather at this time of the year. mid-70s at the bay. east bay looking pretty good. 78 at danville. 77 livermore. there's a few 80s at vallejo, fairfield, and tomorrow in the north bay, 80 for santa rosa. 74 mill valley. and then finally up at lake port,76. numbers come up a couple of degrees a day taking us into the mid-80s inland, and then after that the numbers take off the peaks a couple of degrees so by next weekend we end
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upright where we are this weekend. but the warmest day of the week is tuesday. not bad beach weather either. that's weather. a lot going on in sports. >> what happened to the warriors? the defending champs are in need of a tune up after a melt down in memphis.
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♪ warriors... it conditioning? lack of conditioning related to the nba up top and the warriors, is it the conditioning or lack of conditioning related to the china trip? shortened pre-season in general, all of the above. the dubs record is 1 and 2, and
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they just don't look right. 3rd quarter, grizzlies up by 13. gasol hit from everywhere tonight. balling. he scored 34. next grizzly's possession. martin, a grown man move. they had a 19-5 run. golden state got it down to 9; but here's gasol again. firearm minute curry drove in. lay in. -- final minute. curry drove in. lay in. no foul called, he was ejected. golden state's record a shocking 1 and 2. college football for you. cal, huge shoot out at home against arizona. picking it up in the 2nd overtime. tate under pressure, 22-yard touchdown pass gave arizona a
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45-38 lead. next possession. bears and on 4th and goal. he barrels in for the touchdown. cal down 1. coach said go for 2, we're going for the win, the pass knocked down. and arizona won it in a thriller, 45-44 in double overtime as the bears record falls to 4 and 4. loan me some sun glasses. look at this view. the white out at penn state hosting michigan. barkly, juggling catch, he scored three times. penn state rolled 42-13, and i'm only halfway home with content. i've got more, like, like, the world series dance card yeah, that card is now filled. cbs eye on the community...
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and an alien spaceship didn't land in houston, but we did have astros. game seven against the yankees, loser goes home. watch yankees aaron judge take a homer away. needed all 6-foot 7 to make that play. no score in the 4th. gaddis took sabbathia deep to get the astros on the board. next inning, altuve went up, gave houston the 2-0 lead. they win 4-0 and advance to their first world series since 05. the astros and dodgers. game one on tuesday. justin verlander the alcs mvp. >> when i got here no one talked about winning. 2017 we're going to the world series. the standards that have been established here from the front office to the clubhouse. we really are connected because we all have a common goal and that's to win. i don't live care if you're old
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school, new school, analytical, traditional, it's about winning at this level and i think this organization gets it. >> and dave rigetti out as the giants pitching coach after 18 seasons. he's been reassigned to a front office role. several other coaches have been reassigned since the last place finish. goo and the sharks try -- and the sharks trying to test the new york islanders, and islanders, tying the game at 2. but that was enough as new york, the islanders would rally they won 5- 3. we'll be right back.
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"mudslide kills 600 religious pilgrims." and yet both my ex-wives live on. morning. morning. uh-oh. not again. please, not again. thank god. always in the last place you look, huh? uh-huh. have a nice day. (weakly): you, too. put me down for a grand on detroit tonight. what's the line now? well, excuse me. but don't you think if the gambler is awake,


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