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home sweet home on halloween night. the families forced out by the kincaid fire. >> the fire crews also getting the green light to leave. and the big question in sports tonight is the warrior season essentially over? after steph curry's broken hand. >> right now it's all about next season. >> of my steph curry sister is calling out fans at chase center. police in san jose using deadly force just a little while ago. plus amazing 3-d printer technology. and our kpnx five original
reports. our goal is topretty --back home for halloween after being forced out for days by the kincaid fire. good evening. the mayor is hosting trick- or-treaters. >> gratitude that's the one word that comes to mind when you talk to evacuees returning home. thankful they have a home to go back to. it's a sound repeated thousands of times today. evacuees pulling their luggage to the rod to be home. >> reporter: stephen ingle spent the last five days along the creek. >> it's keki
for anything. >> thankful his family is safe and the neighbors are all okayt evacuating with his son from their windsor home. and the first order of business, now that he is home. >> these guys are backed up. our walls are pretty clear. you can see the outline of where we took everything off. >> reporter: more families unloading their vehicles. david james hunt evacuated with his wife and their baby boy. >> looking to get back into the daily routine. get back into our own beds. >> reporter: the mayor windsor who almost lost his own winery says the focus on economic recovery. the entire bay area can help. >> we need more than anything else. we need you to come up here and drink wine. >> reporter: the mayor trying
to -- by inviting the entire town to his house to celebrate halloween. he has decked it out. wine for the adults and sweets for the kids. the weather is looking up for fire crews after a hard- fought week battling explosive fire conditions. it held the fire to 76,825 acres up and containment to 60%. welcome news after the flames destroyed more than 260 structures. with all this progress the evacuation zone is shrinking. more neighborhoods are in the clear and thousands are now returning home. right now fire crews are focusing on the eastern plains, especially near mount st. helena. it was all hands on deck for this fire. some teams coming in from as far as idaho to fight flames. with conditions coming down dozens of strike teams get to go home. >> my 11-year-old daughter who cried herself to sleep last
night. she was missing daddy. i'm going to go home and surprise her and trick-or-treat at home. >> cruise here are going home and have to be happy. >> some of them want to stay longer. we have breaking news out of southern california. check out these flames roaring. these are live pictures. you are seeing it as it is happening. this fire broke out after 6:30 pm tonight. account much has been consumed. this is been called the maria fire. it's south of the town of santa paula. homes are being evacuated right now. that is pretty high up. this fire and keep an eye on f it. and report back when we get more information. that is one of the many fires burning in the area.
the hillside fire burning in san bernardino broke out this morning. 60 mile-per-hour winds there. quickly pushing it in the neighborhood. burning down several homes. the cause of this 200 acre fire is still a mystery. investigators have ruled out power lines and some residents returned to scenes like this one. one man who lost his home recounted the terror. >> i went back into my room and i went outside my back window. i saw everything was just blowing in flames in the back of the house. the mountain i should say. when that happened i just woke up my wife and i told her get the kids. >> and riverside county another fast-moving fire sparked when a card chase ended in a crash. it was the second fire to break
the blaze grew to 300 acres and her in nature center in the process forcing workers to evacuate animals. fire crews are working to hold fire lines on the so-called easy fire in simi valley in ventura county. it has burned over 1700 acre since yesterday. containment is at 10%. 26,000 residents are now allowed to return home. the blaze jumped a highway and threatened the ronald reagan presidential library. an active crime scene and a san jose neighborhood. after police shot and killed a man. this happened near mckee road in the alum rock neighborhood. police responded to the scene just before 2:30 pm this afternoon. following reports of an armed man walking around. he was apparently walking near a shopping center. police dispatch recordings and describing what happened next. >> sense i have previously been
in one, i started having a panic attack. >> investigators say at least one officer opened fire. the suspect was hit and he later died at the hospital. the man has yet to be identified. this is the city of san jose's third police shooting this year. >> a deadly shooting in san jose. investigators say a private security guard hired by vta killed a man who was threatening people with knives. it happened on a busy platform at the santa teresa light rail station last night. authorities say the armed guard confronted a man who was allegedly brandishing a cord, two knives and a pair of scissors.>> he
being fired. the big question in sports tonight is the warrior season. essentially over? almost as soon as it has begun. set the curry broke his hand last night. the injury is devastating for the team. andria borba is at chase center. with how golden state fans are taking the news. first with klay thompson out for the season with a torn acl, and now steph curry injured as well. steph curry breaking his hand in game five of the nba season. the superstar, along with the great monterey green was the few remaining bright spots from the championship era. sports marketing, creative director at baker street advertising says while the injury is heartbreaking it could be good for the long run. >> i think it is a blessing in
disguise and some ways. stuff was going to be way overworked this season. >> reporter: fans are still hoping for the best. >> we have great hopes for the team. we know that steve kerr will do a great job. >> reporter: one denver nuggets fan even felt the dubbs pain. >> the game overall is kind of tough. >> reporter: why relishing the golden boys with a bit of tarnish on them. >> i think they could take their turn back in line for a little bit. >> reporter: no word on the prognosis yet. in san francisco, kpix 5.
>> steph curry sister is calling out some fans of the chase center. >> she is upset that thousands left after her brother's injury at. with more than a quarter left in the game. the warriors are what they are. that is what it is. chase fans, you all got to do better. the tweet which was later deleted touched on a sensitive issue. whether some of the most local fans are being priced out at chase. >> coming up next kpix 5 original report, the bay area company's incredible new technology. that will make lab grown human organs a reality. our mission is to eliminate the transplant playlist. a scathing resignation speech from a california congresswoman
tardive and targeted by revenge. >> the search for a suspect in monterey county who is tossing random objects at moving cars. >> we have a live window out onto halloween. we will talk about how it feels at the moment for trick-or- treaters. the real issue is how cold it gets tomorrow morning. another freeze warning for the north bay. i will back for more.
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>> organ donation save lives. there aren't enough donors. >> artificially grown organs may solve the shortage one day. there are major technical hurdles. tonight a possible breakthrough. >> juliette goodrich shows us how it is saving lives. >> reporter: these are capillaries. the smallest blood vessels found in the human body. these are man-made. for mark escalante blood is thicker than water. his family is everything. >> i have a lot to live for. i have my wife and my two
children. >> reporter: mark inherited his mother's beautiful smile. he also inherited her chronic kidney disease. both his kidneys are failing. >> i need that transplant. >> reporter: unfortunate the statistics are grim. each day dozens of people die in need of a donated organ. and many like mark will languish for years. >> there is not enough donors out there. >> reporter: now bay area biotech is a bit closer to solving the shortage. >> reporter: they intend to use 3-d printers to build organs and tissues. using a patient's own cells. unlike its competitors, they have cleared a huge obstacle. >> there is a little bit of that -- the team has developed
a technology that can print the tiniest of lifelines in the human body. these are intricate blood vessels known as capillaries. they are 10 times smaller than a human hair. >> there are what allow us to deliver oxygen efficiently and remove waste like co2. also the nutrients we need to grow healthy tissue. >> reporter: melanie matthew is the founder and ceo. the new 3-d printing had its problems. >> it works great but it's rather slow. >> reporter: complex organs could take years to print. without a steady supply of oxygen the patient's cells used to finish the organ would die within minutes. >> the struggle in trying to fabricate in oregon and keep alive once you do have it is being able to get oxygen in and co2 out. >> reporter: the problem was solved by using lasers to build these tiny blood vessels. >> we took tools from optical physics. and use them in ways no one had
been using them before. >> the high-resolution printing of the tissue structures is near instantaneous. >> our goals could be producing human kidneys and 24 hours or less. rabout th buis also. a is reality mark has a message. >> be a donor. >> reporter: when will we see this? prelates believes in the next two or three years. try applications for people in the most dire need. >> as juliet reported dozens of people die every day just waiting for an organ. to find out how you can sign up to be a donor you can go to kpix. >> let's head over to darren peck. >> this is prime time trick-or- treating right now. if you haven't left yet and you're just about to here are the numbers waiting to greet
you. 62 in concord and 63 in san francisco and 59 in santa rosa. we will do that in a second. let's talk about the next two hours. in general the numbers will range from the upper 40s to the low 60s. we are past the low 60s. let me show you the halloween forecast. 7:00 we take the south half of the bay area. the numbers right now are pretty agreeable. 58 in palo alto. low 60s over in livermore. by 9:00 we are in the mid-50s. here is the northbay. starting again at 7:00. just within the next 30 minutes or so and i will advance this ahead. it will not be too terribly cold.
air quality is good. we have a great halloween. let's talk about with the issue of tonight is weatherwise. the freeze warning just like last night . take a look at the areas in red. this starts at 2 am and goes through 9 am. that is the time period in which we are likely to see these numbers dip below freezing for several hours. the map you are looking at is a high definition forecast model. these darker puddles of blue on here matter. they are showing you where you have the lowest elevations through sonoma county. the cold air is heavier. it will settle down in the low spots. that is where you will have the hardest temperatures. it's not a hard freeze. at least it is a freeze. look at the numbers in the mountains. interesting. mid 50s, if you're ever above 1000 feet and sonoma county it won't be bad. if you're down in the bottom of the valley it will be. it's really only sonoma county. look at the rest of the bay area. upper 30s for the east bay. look who will be one of our warmer spots. santa rosa that's what dry air does. you go to the extremes and you can really bottom out for
morning lows. may i suggest something, the bay area science festival has been going on. you go down on the field and you can walk all the corn cars concourses and bring the kids. there will be science exhibits and organizations. it's one of the coolest things you can do. there's the rest of your 7-day forecast. a little bit of a warm-up but not much. let's hope the change is soon. coming up next a heated resignation speech from a california congresswoman. >> plus what president trump was doing as impeachment hearings against him got underway in d.c.
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saying in the first amendment you have the right to frm of sp you can only say the words i agree with. >> allegations are as serious as it gets. endangering national security for political gain. >> after historic days, nancy pelosi will appear on the late show with stephen colbert. watch it right here on kpix 5. california congresswoman about to resign over sexual misconduct allegations that she's the victim of what she is calling a misogynistic culture. katie hill defeated an incumbent republican last year and they became vice chair of the house oversight reform committee. this month a conservative website posted intimate photos of hill with a campaign aide. allegations surfaced of an affair with a member of her congressional staff. continue t
abuse. this time with the entire country watching. i am leaving because of the thousands of vile threatening emails and calls and texts, that made me fear for my life and the lives of the people i care about. >> drivers near monterey dealing with a dangerous commute situation. car speeding down highway 101 are being hit by a number of projectiles. near the highway 156 interchange, east of moss landing. as driver's window was blown out. he wasn't the only one. chp says there as many as nine incidents like this within 30 minutes last night. authorities don't know what is being thrown or who is involved. >> it was in the left-hand lane. all the sudden my window exploded. i sought an emergency vehicle pulled over. i pulled over behind it. only to learn that another car got hit in front of it. >> police on australia found 900 pounds of crystal meth in a surprising place. bottles of hot sauce. more than 700 bottles of meth
were found. disguised as sriracha. it was discovered during a raid in a home near cindy sydney. the street value of all that meth, around $210 million. coming up next how one wild animal park in the northbay is doing its part to help firefighters battle the kincaid fire. there are those who will say that you're:
shouldn't they go to prison for as long as the law allows? chesa boudin said he wouldn't seek maximum sentences as district attorney, even for murder. we are a progressive city, but letting violent criminals off early endangers everyone. ad paid for by san francisco police officers association. not authorized by a candidate or committee controlled by a candidate. disclosures at sfethics.org. some of the first responders of the kincaid fire and sonoma county got a chance to decompress with the help of
wild animals. >> safari west in santa rosa invited police officers and firefighters to interact with the drafts and other creatures there. safari west has worked closely with the fire department since the tubbs fire in 2017. they conducted yearly fire drills. so firefighters know where the animals are in case of emergency. >> thanks for watching the news at 7. >> for more news and weather, you can always had to kpix.com. have a great night. stay safe.
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