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minnesota. we spent max darrow to marshall, minnesota where his where his high school coach says says everyone knew he was a verl player. >> reporter: marshall, minnesota, population 13,680. ts is where it all began, where try lance put in the work that put m on the path to the nfl. >> oh, trey lance was obviouslye of the top ones we've ever had. >> reporter: a one of a kind plr says marshall football coach terry bowman. >> it's just kind of surreal that ten years ago he was out here in our youth camp and now he's a quarterback in the nfl. >> reporter: in this small found, marshall tiger football s a big deal. >> there's not a lot to do here on friday nights so people comet and support all activities, and football is one of them with a crowd sometimes as big as 5,000 people. >> reporter: lance led the teamo three state tournaments.
>> we knew we had something special. >> reporter: he said lance was n outstanding leader and the best kind of teammate. >> receptive to his teammates, willing to help them out. he was was always there. you could alws count on trey. >> reporter: in 2018 lance won the bud rose senior athletic award. >> he was a basketball player too. >> reporter: speaking to lance's lance's athletic prowess, bowmas the niners are starting the newa with a special kind of player. speaking to his character, he ss the niners have a good man. >> he'll be the face of the franchise, he'll never embarrass he'll never embarrass the program and give you everythinge has from a time commitment pers. he's true to his beliefs and faith and he's just a solid person you'd want your kids to be like. >> reporter: he already is givig back in marshall. >> he has a trey lance scholarsp
for a senior going to college. >> reporter: coach's words of w? >> just block out the noise. be, have fun, and do your thing. ths the advice i'd give him. >> reporter: but at the end of the day, even though he's made t big time in the bay, back in ma. >> to us he's still trey. >> reporter: coach bowman says he's expected to see trey hit the field this , and he'll get to do so in person person with his wife next weekend when the niners take on the vikings in minneapolis in an an exhibition game. and even though we're deep in vikings territory, he thinks there will be a lot of people from this cor of the state proud to show up in in niners gear. >> we'll have reports all week from marshall, minnesota. tomorw a look at how the entire town has embraced his journey to nfl stardom. > >> and we are getting you ready for the big game on friday. a
special hour long edition of kpix 5 news at 4:00 live from the stadium leading us into the red and gold report, kickoff at, and stick around after the gamer the 5th quarter. > >> and oakland native and former former raiders running back marshawn lynch is facing multiple charges after being arrested for dui this morning. >> he was first seen driving ery this morning. police stopped his his vehicle and determined he ws impaired, arrested him, and toom to jail. here's the mug shot. lynch now facing a total of four four charges from the arrest ing dui, driving an unregistered vehicle, and failure to stay in his lane. this coming just one day after the seahawks just annd he'd serve as a special correspondent. the super bowl wg running back seven 7 of his 12 seasons in seattle and ran into
legal troubles there too. he was he was arrested for dui in 2012, 2012, but that was later reduceo reckless driving. in 2015 he pulled off an infamous stunt at super bowl media day. he didn't have much to say except for one. >> i'm just here so i don't get fined so y'all can is it here and ask me all the questions y'all want to but i'll answer with the same question. i'm just i'm just here so i won't get fined. >> reporter: you're still here cause what? >> so i won't get fined. >> in 2017 he joined the raiders. lynch is also co-owner of the indoor football team the bay area panthers based at the sap center in san jose. back to. > >> now at 6:00, san francisco general hospital reopened their monkey pox vaccine clinic today. clinic today. health officials say all of today's walk in patients were able to get a vaccine. 750 vaccines were given given out. the clinic is back
open tomorrow starting at 8:00 . >> i'm a gay man, i live in san francisco, i guess i'm a high r, and with covid i don't want to take any risks. >> those long lines to get a vaccine were the focus of a statewide hearing in sacramentot was led by san francisco senator senator scott sweiner who callee vaccine shortage heartbreaking. >> in san francisco honestly it's a little bit like the hunger games when it comes to ag vaccination. it's hard breaking. breaking. the clinic opens for a for a few days or a week and thn shuts down because they ran out. out. then when it reopens there's a line four or five blos long. >> san francisco has just over d of all cases in the state. of the cases, 95% of them were in y or bisexual men, but it's important to remember there's ng stopping it from infecting all s of the population. > >> a stunning break in a 40-year-old cold case murder. a
break in the case leading south bay detectives all the way to h. 15-year-old karen stitt was kidnapped from a bus stop in sunnyvale, raped, and brutally d in september of 1982, and now dna evidence led to an arrest in arrest in maui. gary gene ramirez is now 75 years old. they caught him with the same method used to catch the golden state killer. >> you basically just build a family tree. you start with his dna sample, and the genealogist and detective build out an entire family tree. >> detectives flew to maui to at ramirez who managed to stay offe radar. he'll be back in court tomorrow for an extradition hearing. > >> now to the search for a missing placer county teen. invs
believe 16-year-old kylie rodney 16-year-old kylie rodney was abducted. now there's a $50,000 reward to find her. rodney vanished saturday after attending a party. investigators investigators are treating the e as a kidnapping because they can't find her 2013 honda cr-vr phone. > >> still ahead on kpix 5 and cbs and cbs news bay area, prepared for the big one? the new concern concern this residents in one bay area county could run out of of water after a major earthquake. and pg&e doing critl and costly work in the burn scar burn scar of an inferno that leveled towns. but is it too little too late? and san francisco was mobbed with outsis fans, you but how many poured through the gates? > >> saw plenty of sunshine throut
the bay, even at the coast. but now the fog and low cloud cover beginning to reform. we'll tract and look ahead to the weekend ft coming up for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27. hold on... you're a night manager and mom. and the bill payer, baker, and nightlight maker? that's a lot. so, adding “and student” might feel daunting. but what if a school could be there for all of you? career, and family and finances and mental health. happy birthday.
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>> a newly released report is raising concerns about what happens to the water supply whea major earthquake hits. kpix 5's andria borba breaks it all down for us. >> reporter: a newly released report from the san mateo county mateo county grand jury is raising concerns about what happens to the water supply when when a major earthquake hits. they are the images sered to the the brains of residents. the afh of a major earthquake. in sunny san mateo county, the infamous n andreas fault cuts a path righth it, and another fault skirt it is coastline. at cal water bay shore, that provides water to san mateo, south san francisco, san carlos, and others, the thrt of an earthquake is always on their minds. >> we want to reassure customers reassure customers we're not tug a blind eye to the situation and and we are preparing and practicing for it on an ongoings and for some time.
>> reporter: many of the water s don't have enough back up water or fuel to keep the water flowing out of taps 72 hours afr a quake. >> i think in various scenarios it's one to three days, but we're also trying to make repairs and restore normal suppy in that time. >> reporter: but cal water saysy have back up plans from their 23 23 other districts around the s. >> we'll make the call and start and start getting resources coming in. those resources will be people that fix pipes, operate pumps, bringing in portable power units so we can power pump administrations. >> reporter: cal water says thee constantly retrofitting and implementing lessons learned. >> >> we found we had rigid connections on these million gallon tanks, and as everythingd oscillating, the pipes sheer ofd you lost all your emergency
storage. >> reporter: so they replaced 70 storage tank connections. >> every one of them has what we we call a flexible expansion joint. either double ball or thy look like flex straws. >> reporter: the grand jury report also says san mateo county emergency servs should be coordinating more cloy with water districts. in san mateo, andria borba, kpix 5. >> read the full grand jury report on our website, kpix.com. kpix.com. > >> fire crews in sonoma county are warning drivers to be carefl around adobe and stage gulch roads. you can see why here. sme coming from this three acre fire fire that started in lakeville a a couple of hours ago. officiall our assignment desk the fire isw contained. crews will remain on scene for a couple more hours putting out any hot spots. > >> and this sunday marks the onr anniversary of the destructive caldor fire. now pg&e is doing k to prevent another blaze from ripping through the area. the
221,000-acre blaze leveled the town of grizzly flats leaving bd burned tree trunks and empty lots. now pg&e is burying nearly burying nearly six miles of oved power lines in the foot print of of the caldor fire. even though grizzly flats is starting from scratch, the utility says it's not too late. >> we feel it's the best long tm solution to make the community safer. >> pg&e is on track to bury 175 miles of lines this year, but it it has a goal of 10,000. the cost for this work? 3.75 million million a mile. > >> new at 6:00, the outsidelands outsidelands wind mill is still moving in golden gate park. workers are breaking down stages breaking down stages and picking picking up trash this evening. organizers tell kpix 5 225,000 e attended the three-day festival
last weekend exceeding expectats by a few thousand. if you missed missed the fun this year, mark your calendars, it's set to retn august 11th through the 13th next year. and they really luckd out. it was beautiful. it can br really cold or just blazing hot. hot. >> right, we can get the offshoe winds too early and everyone ist cooking. how many of the 225,00e tried to park in your driveway? >> um, most of them. but don't u worry, i was saying not here! keep driving! >> keep on going! it's always a challenge. let's see what's hapg weather-wise. the big picture will shift the next few days. we few days. we won't see a dramatic change in the weather, but the upper level storm system system that's been keeping temperatures very comfortable, y further inland, it's starting te north. as that moves away, the heat dome over the desert southwest is going to just edge a little closer to us. it's not going to set up camp right on top, but it's going to be closeh that we are going to experience a subtle warming trend heading
through the rest of the week. bt the fog will still do the usualk and forth thing. just in the process of reforming along the coast. temperature downtown 67 degrees. that's the cool locati. everyone else is low to mid-70s. mid-70s. another very nice augut evening. these are the coolest 6:00 temperatures we'll experience for awhile. a return to what's normal and slightly above normal for august slightl. the fog and low clouds will be a be a mix of both. fog in the north bay, more low clouds for the rest of the bay area. it dissipates by 9:00, 10:00 tomorrow morning. plenty of sunshine and even along the coast, the fog will break up for up for the sun to peek through and warm temperatures up. we start in the mid to upper 50s, low 60s in most locations. the coolest spots in the low 50s. bt the numbers are very close to
average for this time of year. s a similar story for the rest of the day. once the fog dissipates, temperatures start to warm up. mid-60s in san francisco and along the coast. inland temperatures a little warmer than today, but just baco normal for this time of year. low 80s for inland parts of the north bay. low 80s in the santaa valley. 70s around the bay, andd to upper 60s along the coast. dg walking forecast for tomorrow is tomorrow is brought to you by cookie who's not a backseat driver. she's happy to let the humans take the wheel. temperatures in her home will warm into the mid-80s, a little too warm for the puppy paws to be out on the black top or pavement. early morning walk is the best idea as temperatures continue to warm farther inlandt guilty much not much change in
the temperatures in san francisco until next weekend dog weekend dog into the upper 80s y tuesday. that's the hottest day in the forecast east bay back ae 90, and if we'll see anything we we'll see anything we could remy call a heat wave, that's probably by thursday and fridayf next week, but that's days nine and ten of a seven-day forecast, forecast, so that's a long way down the line. >> it's just so nice and we're o lucky this summer. >> we don't want to jinx it! >> yes, it's been a lovely summer. thanks, paul. > >> the cbs evening news is coming up. here's jericka duncah a preview. >> good evening, we've a lot ofs tonight after kpix 5 news at 6:00. after months of pain at the pump, americans are finallyg some relief from soaring fuel produces. we'll tell you how much lower prices could go. thas tonight on the cbs evening news.
>> a group of young climate activists got a special tour ofi stadium. they're part of the sin valley youth climate action tean around by the stadium's engineering team. the focus was on the facilities' eco friendly tech. it not only gave young acs a look at the stadium, but the importance of seeing the work firsthand. >> they're all passionate, they've all wanted to impact climate change and make their m, but they don't know how to. that's where we come in. we educate them on how to actuallye change, make public comments, the kind of careers to go into,d this is one of those initiative. >> more than 200 kids across silicon valley have joined in 'youth climate action since itsn in 2019. > >> will trey lance play in friday night's preseason openere shanahan gave us the answer today. plus serena williams getg ready to call it a career. the s
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>> welcome to sports. 49ers quak trey lance may lack experience, but he has high expectations, ae should. this team is built to win a super bowl right now, and needs trey lance to expedite his expedite his training wheels ph, i would say. kyle shanahan announced that lance and the starters will play in friday nis season opener. then the plan is most of them to sit out the augt 20th game at minnesota, then play again in the preseason finale at houston. one of the new sights at training camp is
the padded tops some players are are wearing on their helmets to protect against concussions. coach also likes them because they protect another important y part. >> i love them. i don't have toy about the quarterback breaking his finger. everyone has pillows pillows on top of their helmets. their helmets. i spend all the meetings tells the guys to rushd bought don't rush the quarterback because it breaks fingers. we've hit their helmeta couple times and it's nice they have a pillow on top. > >> baseball, the giants going fr their fourth straight win tonigt in san diego. if san francisco is going to make the playoffs, they need to leapfrog the padres. the giants currently trail them by five and a half gs for the last wild card spot. > >> serena williams is set to say say good bye to tennis. she wrote in approximate vogue magazine quote, the countdown has begun. this month's u.s. open could be her final tournam.
on monday the 40-year-old won her last singles match in months in months and spoke about her ng retirement. >> i guess there's just a lightt the end of the tunnel. [ laughter ] >> i'm getting closer to the light. yeah, so that's like lately that's been, that's been it for me. i can't wait to get to that light. >> reporter: i know you're joking -- >> i'm not joking. >> she's not joking. > >> the warriors trophy tour continues in market street to the tee box. yesterday steph curry used it as the tee box marker at a charity round. > >> and check this out. the players were more than happy tot
the invitation for tea, was it t tea, arnold palmer? >> raspberry zinger? >> did they ask, were they tea snobs? >> were there scones? >> we'll get the journalism department on that. > >> up next, an adorable update on two rescue cubs at the oaklad zoo. what one still loves afters of recovery. how cute is that? and don't forget to nominate your 49er super fan. all seasone profiling members of the 49ers faithful. just scan the qr code on the screen right now to tells about someone who's all in nine.
>> lots of things have changed for two rescued mountain lion cubs at the zoo, but some adorable things are staying the. when rose first came from the oakland zoo back in april, a zoo zoo worker soothed her with a back scratcher session. three months later, after putting on a a little weight and growing back the second cub, sage, is much r? more shy, but the two are recovering nicely and will soon be heading into their forever home. we've been following their following their recovery, and it's just been amazing. it's so great to see! >> so cute! >> so cute at this distance, ye, but so glad to see them doing s.
heaven! >> that's a happy kitty. >> no kidding! the news continues streaming on cbs bay . the cbs evening news is next. for years, california's non-gaming tribes have been left in the dust. wealthy tribes with big casinos make billions, while small tribes struggle in poverty. prop 27 is a game changer. 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund permanent solution to homelessness. while helping every tribe in california. so who's attacking prop 27? wealthy casino tribes who want all the money for themselves support small tribes, address homelessness. vote yes on 27. ♪ ♪ elon musk says tesla's full self-driving software is “amazing”, it will “blow your mind.” but does it work? this happens over and over again. 100,000 tesla drivers are already using full self-driving on public roads. i'm dan o'dowd. i'm a safety engineer
and tesla full self-driving is the worst commercial software i've ever seen. tell congress to shut it down. paid for by the dawn project. captioning sponsored by cbs >> duncan: tonight, the f.b.i. bombshell. the search warrant executed on a former president's home. agents seizing boxes, including what are believed to be classified documents, and accessing his safe. donald trump, defiant, as the g.o.p. comes to his defense. cbs's major garrett is in florida with the new details. what we're learning about the f.b.i.'s investigation. and, cbs's robert costa on what it all means. an arrest in albuquerque. police have a primary suspect in the killings of four muslim men. the chip crunch. after critical supply chain shortages, president biden gives u.s. chip-makers a multi-billion-dollar boost. how long will it take for the u.s. to catch up? cbs's meg oliv r