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good evening, i'm veronica de la cruz. >> and i'm ken bastida. fire crews welcoming this first rain of the season, but for others there's work to be done before the wet weather moves in. kpix 5's andrea nakano is joining us with the preparations underway for the thanksgiving week storm. >> reporter: yeah, as it typically does, the north bay gets hit with the rain first, and the nevado fire protection difference is bracing itself for the increase in traffic accidents that normally come with the first rain. others are just trying to get some work done to beat mother may nature. chase and company will be working through the night. >> they're making us do a lot of work before the rain comes. >> reporter: because once the storm rolls in, the green paint for the bike lines won't stick to the ground. >> we're working 7 7 days a
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week right now because of the rain. >> reporter: once the rain comes in, things will pick up. >> we're ready for whatever comes at us, all risks. >> reporter: risks such as accidents and potential power outages related to the storm while firefighters may be in for a busy thanksgiving week, they are truly grateful for the rain after a long fire season, they can finally say good bye to wildfire danger. >> getting this first rain absolutely helps us. >> reporter: the north marin water district say for now the rain is welcome, but not absolutely needed with reservoirs at or near capacity. the rain does signal the need for the annual dreaded yardwork to clear the leaves on the streets. residents also know the rain could put a damper on their
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routines. >> probably won't do my daily walks. have to take a rain check. >> reporter: and the nevado fire protection district hopes the rain keeps falling at a consistent basis to officially put an end to the fire season. andrea nakano, kpix 5. all right, i'll get right into the details of what to expect from this storm. if you were playing along last week, they haven't changed at all. take a look at the important details behind me. late tuesday through thursday, that's when we have the first storm coming through. but read line number 2. heaviest rain is coming through tuesday night. that now looks even more impressive than it did when we left off last week, and yes the snow in the sierra will be low enough that it will be difficult traveling. nothing on the doppler right now. we have to go out farther into the pacific up here to find our storm, and it's going to develop beautifully overnight into a tightly wound system off the coast. and as i bring it into the
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higher resolution forecast and take us into tomorrow afternoon. there's the leading edge of the rain. it starts to rain here in the afternoon, but that line right there, you see that organized band? that's the impressive area of tomorrow that gets here later into the evening. i'll go into all the detail on what it looks like, not only for rain, but also wind in the compete forecast in a few minutes. all right, thanks. and new at 6:00, a robbery victim takes matters into his own hand getting into a shoot out with suspects he says just robbed his store at gun point. kpix 5 has more on the person hurt when the bullets went flying. >> reporter: the whole incident went down right here when a bullet struck the man inside this house. anybody ever tell you you're quite a character? >> i've been called a lot of
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things. >> reporter: charlie says he wasn't thinking when he buzzed in 2 men in masks into his coin shop at 10:00 a.m. this morning. >> they had their guns pulled out when they walked in ready to go. they ordered me to get down on the. >> reporter: he said the safe was open, and the thieves filled their bags with about a thousand pounds of rare coins. they ran up the hill and something inside charlie snapped. >> i kind of realized what just happened and i grabbed my gun and went after them, and i saw one of the guys still on the street around the corner up there and i told them hey, stop. i had my gun and pointed it, and he shot at me, so i shot at him twice. >> reporter: then the second robber drove up in a car and the gunfire continued. >> he was shooting at me, so i shot at his car. i don't know what i hit. and i'm told that he hit a window next to me and hit somebody. >> reporter: the crooks dropped
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the coins and took off. charlie, he was uninjured, could not carry that bag, so he dragged it back to the store and called police. officer watson says it's too early to tell if charlie will face charges, but has a message to any citizen deciding to take matters into their own hands. >> that everyone's safety is really important. if you're going to take action, you're a victim of a crime, think about your community, our neighborhood, our children, our residents who are around us. >> reporter: a woman was hit in the leg but will be ago. she knows charlie. >> would you say it's careless and responsible to go after bad guys like that? >> i wouldn't do that myself, but i won't second guess charlie. >> reporter: if you could go back in time and do anything differently, what would that be? >> take the day off. >> we are told that the man who was in the building hit by the
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bullet still in the hospital ve condition. and 2 young boys died sitting in a mini van outside a union city elementary school. investigators are looking for a motive. >> reporter: that's right. and they still don't have any suspects in in case either that left those 2 boys dead in the parking lot of the elementary school. someone who lives right across the street from the school caught the entire thing on surveillance camera. take a look. in this video you can see 2 cars in the parking lot at 1:25 a.m. early saturday morning. as one starts to drive away, the flashes begin. gunfire, more than 20 shots in tall all. >> it was shocking to see it was that much. >> reporter: mckenzie norman's security camera captured the whole thing, and also showed what happened next. the shooter gets back into the
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car and drives away. the entire exchange la o co ght across from my house and you could actually see it in the footage made me really in shock and nervous now. >> reporter: police say both boys in the van, an 11-year-old and 14-year-old, were killed. >> we don't know if the 11-year-old or the 14-year-old were the ones driving it. >> reporter: according to sources close to the investigation, detectives believe one of the boys drove the van to the parking lot, but they don't know why. >> we don't know why they were out there at 1:30 morning. we haven't ruled out that it's gang related. >> reporter: they're doing their best to identify the shooter or shooters as well as the get away vehicle with the surveillance footage. >> i've never seen anything like this in my 30 years. >> reporter: the school district says the 11-year-old was a student within the district but did not attend the
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school where the shooting happened. the 14 year-old was a former student within the district. they also said grief counselors will be at every school on monday when classes resume after the thanksgiving break. live in union city, kpix 5. we have new video of a rescue in bodega pay. some people had to be rescued after their boat overturned. they're expected to be okay. charles schwab is giving up its san francisco headquarters thanks to a block buster deal. they're buying ameritrade combining 2 of the biggest players in the brokerage industry. the combined companies expect to move their headquarters to the dallas-fort worth area, but they expect to keep hiring in
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san francisco and keep a footprint in the city. other older corporations have also left san francisco. mckesson moved to texas. still ahead on kpix 5 and cbsn bay area. >> well, it's a tragedy for us. we celebrated our 140th year of the church building itself. >> an uncertain future after fire tears through the oldest church of christ west of the mississippi. >> bay area scientists accomplishing a first of its kind task. taking the heart rate of the biggest mammal on earth. >> and the best travel deals might be right after the holidays. >> and we're streaming now on cbsn bay area. find us on, the cbs news app, or on your favorite platform.
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a church with over a century's history in ruins after a devastating fire. here's more on what's left of the oldest church of christ west of the mississippi. >> reporter: it was just before dawn where the forestville fire department arrived, and already flames were coming out of the windows. >> when they got here they found heavy fire at the front of the building and in the middle of the building extending out to the church part and library part of the building. >> reporter: the 140-year-old church is he havely damaged. it's unclear if the building can even be saved, and this morning a team of federal atf investigators arrived. there's investigators here, including the federal government. why are the feds here? >> it's a federal mandate that they're called into church fires. we're not taking anything lightly. we're going serious with it. >> reporter: while they don't suspect arson at the moment, sol things did catch their
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attention. nothing is confirmed, and investigators will take their time to determine the exact cause of the blaze. this man attended hurricane matthew church here as a child. >> the preacher would bring that bell every sunday morning. >> reporter: the pews are scorched and burnt, smoke stains outline where photos of past preachers once hung. several folks came by to see what was left. not much. in forestville, don ford, kpix 5. >> the next step will be to assess the stall churl integrity on the church. it's a very small congregation. a new video of scientists going to new depths. they attached a heart monitor
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to a blue whale swimming in monterey bay. they found when the whale dived deep into the ocean the heart rate slowed to as low as 2 beats per minute and then when it came back up it went up to 27 beats a minute. and if air fares are to other high for you to get home for the holidays right now, there's some deals right around the corner. >> they're called dead week feels in early december and january. they're the low points in travel demand right in the middle of the peak holiday travel season. so dead weeks typically fall during the first few weeks of december, right after the big thanksgiving rush and right before christmas and again in early january. >> which might be better because we're expecting some rain, darren. it might not be a good time to
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travel. >> it's going to be a rough travel period the next day and a half. i've brought up the model, and can you see the comma forming off the coast? by noon tomorrow we won't notice the rain, but it arrives in the early afternoon. but there's a line in here of really well organized rain that i want to spotlight because that will be very important for tomorrow's forecast. tomorrow at 4:00, see the line right here? that's the front. and that's where you'll find the most organized rain, maybe even a few isolated thunderstorms. it will be heavy rain at times and it will be windy. you can track it by watching the progression of the line through the bay area. we start in the late afternoon in the north bay through sonoma and napa. we play it forward now.
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i vance it advance it to 5:00, by 6:00 and 7:00 it passes right over the city. look at the time frame moving right through san francisco and many of the communities of the east bay. and 7:00, still down here, san jose your time to get that rail well organized rain band and the heaviest rain, that's all going to track along in a well organized line. that's the main event from the storm, but that's not the whole thing because once it clears out of here, we get the most rain from that. if we look at how much rainfall we get. just throughout the day on tuesday we could get anywhere from three quarters of an inch to an inch of rain. but after that line passes, watch the rest of wednesday. there's nothing really organized here, but scattered showers stay in the forecast through wednesday even into the first part of thursday. so we're not going to be done with this until we get to friday. but tuesday is really the impressive part. scattered showers after that.
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and also really cold. look at the morning low in santa rosa. 32. and they're not the only ones experiencing cold overnight lows b. lows by thursday morning, thanksgiving, it's not the daytime highs temperature-wise that will be the issue. it's the morning lows. many of us getting down into the low and mid-30s, and the next storm arrives saturday and sunday. more on that one as we get closer to it. now back to you. darren, was the weather a factor in the raiders beat down in new york? really? and this guy doesn't get a lot of attention, but is he the most viral player on the 49er defense? we kick it off next. the cbs evening news is up next. >> norah o'donnell is here with a preview. >> tonight tracking the holiday storms, but the best time to travel both before and after thanksgiving. that and so much more tonight on the cbs evening news. he could've just been the middle class kid who made good.
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but mike bloomberg became the guy who did good. after building a business that created thousands of jobs he took charge of a city still reeling from 9/11 a three-term mayor who helped bring it back from the ashes bringing jobs and thousands of affordable housing units with it. after witnessing the terrible toll of gun violence... he helped create a movement to protect families across america. and stood up to the coal lobby and this administration to protect this planet from climate change. and now, he's taking on... him. to rebuild a country and restore faith in the dream that defines us. where the wealthy will pay more in taxes and the middle class get their fair share. everyone without health insurance can get it and everyone who likes theirs keep it. and where jobs won't just help you get by, but get ahead. and on all those things mike blomberg intends to make good. jobs creator. leader. problem solver. mike bloomberg for president.
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the 49ers left no doubt they are the team to beat in the nfc, and last night's win
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against the packers means they now have a winning record all time against aaron rodgers. >> reporter: howdies how -- disappointed are you that you won't be a 49er? >> not as disappointed as the niners that they didn't draft me. >> but the niners dominated the packers on the road to a 37-8 win, but rodgers left the field with a new prediction. >> see you later on. >> he probably saw that man, eric armstead had 2 of the 49ers 5 sacks giving him 10 for the year and continues to put himself in line for a huge payday this off season. >> he's the can man. whoever winds up in front of eric will have a long day.
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on a contract year? the truck is going to back up, beep, beep. >> show that man the money! >> sherman should be his agent! >> getting serious now because the raiders blown out on the road by the jets. it was so bad i had to explain this. >> it's a sinking feeling. you ever been on a boat that's sinking? it's not pleasant. the >> i'm not going to say more. i'm emotional about it. >> gordon lightfoot, man! >> i don't know, you sing it all the time! >> the captain admitted they struggled in the cold. it was 43 degrees at kickoff. next week at kansas city it's forecasted to be 38 degrees.
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how is grugen preparing the team? >> i don't know how to do that. i'm not a genius. i'm not thomas edison. we'll have show pictures of people dealing with the cold. >> big deal, 38 degrees. rookie receiver renfroe suffered a broken rib and punctured lung yesterday. grugen called it a big lost. he was second on the team with 36 receptions. and the redskins rookie quarterback dwayne haskins jacked out of his mind after getting his first win as a starter, but he actually missed the last snap of the game because he was taking selfies with fans. thanks to gordon for his participation in this sports cast. >> that was great. >> we'll be right back.
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>> thanks so much for watching the news at 6:00. it continues right now streaming on cbsn bay area. the cbs evening news is up next.
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call today for a free guide. ♪ ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: breaking news tonight, a cbs news exclusive, the secretary of the navy who was just fired fires back at the president. >> what message does this send? >> that you can get away with things. >> o'donnell: he says president trump should never have stopped the pentagon review of a controversial navy seal. >> i don't think he really understands the full definition of a war fighter. >> o'donnell: also breaking, more than two-thirds of americans now in the path of two storms the weather service calls unprecedented and historic. with millions about to hit the roads, we have the latest forecast and when you should leave to avoid delays. the billionaire candidate. former new york city mayor mike bloomberg says he's willing to spend his fortune to become president. >> there is a greater risk of having donald trump reelected than there was before. >> o'donnell: hero dog, a white house honor for the military dog who cornhe


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