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tv   KPIX 5 News at 11pm  CBS  September 10, 2022 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT

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>> after months of searching a man has been arrested for the murder of an eight-year-old hayward girl. the family tells us where it leaves them. >> we don't have sophia anymore but just to plea convenient this from hanging to other kids. >> more smoke in the bay area from the skeelt oh fire. a world war ii veteran gives secrets to a long happy life which has lasted 107 years so far. live from the cbs studios in san francisco where we begin with the arrest in the murder of
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8-year-old sophia mason from hayward. after a statewide search the man police believe is responsible for her death is in custody. betty spoke to her family. >> this is 33-year-old dhante jackson facing murder and child abuse charges in the death of 8-year-old sophia mason found dead in a bathtub in march. her mother samantha was charged with murder and child abuse. melody is her cousin. >> i couldn't believe it. it teams like a long time coming. but just knowing she was picked up in newark which is where samantha was picked up in newark i don't know. it was around the around the same circumstances with a prostitution ring. he's deposited bail set for a million dollars. >> agent from merced area gang
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an narcotic enforcement team helped in the arrest many nofrm us credit goes to our police department and our task force for working tirelessly and devoting tremendous resources to investigating the case and locating mr. jackson. the merced mayor said in a mayor kpix five. >> i feel like getting dhante is one piece of the puzzle giving us resolution as a family. >> multiple reports stated that jackson abused sophia. family members say repeated pleas for help with child protective services an others were not heard. >> we are sure there are more kids stuck in the system not being taken care of properly and we don't want to it come to this for any other child in the future so if you see or know of anything that isn't right and a
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child isn't being cared for properly please please please tell authorities do it repeatedly. >> bedy yu. >> state attorney general rob released a statement about the release saying he hopes it brings some comfort to those who loved this young girl to know that those accused of her murder have to face the allegations. police are expected to hold a press conference tomorrow on the arrest. the mosquito fire continues to grow near lake tahoe sending smoke to us in the bay area . if hot weather high winds and steep terrain make it tough to fight. there's no containment of the fire. video from alameda county shows some firefighters battleing the blaze. officials explain how much work they're putting in to protect homes of evacuees and where they are now. >> they're currently working in
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the town of georgetown. yesterday was 97 degrees. they've had hot conditions. not one home was damaged or caught fire while doing the structure protection. they've been fighting a lot of fires all night working 24-hour shifts. >> huge plumes are being lofted toward the bay area. as for weather more or less is on the way and whether the air quality is unhealthful. >> well the good news is by monday we are going to get help but tomorrow is probably going look a lot like today. i just want to show you. you have a hard time remembering nightsing things. looking south, that is just kind of a soup of haze. some of that is wildfire smoke from the mosquito fire but it's mixing with clouds coming in from what once was a tropical storm but i just want to drive home the point how much smoke
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that mosquito fire is putting out. the lake literally sits right there. the forest doesn't just end there. that's the lake. the smoke is so thick in tahoe today air quality sensors are in the hazardous category. while we are generally yellow bay area wide which is moderate, it could be a lot worse and want to limit your time outside but it's not a dire situation. that is downright dangerous breathing that stuff in when it's purple. here at home we are going to pull in more of that smoke tomorrow but if you look at lower levels a strong onshore flow is going to keep the air quality moderate but it could be worse. by monday it shut get better. we will go into the cooldown in the complete forecast in just a few minutes. brian back to you. >> ahead of the september 11th
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anniversary some folks got together in san francisco to speak out about extremism. the march against terrorism took place at civic center plaza mourning the september 11th attacks of 2001 advocating for peace hoping to break the stigma around muslim culture including a blood drive and homeless care package did. local image digit us in leaders joined forces with activists and community members to protect native american land at a ranch and reject the mine that is proposed for that site. opponents say it's sacred to a tribe and is a critical corridor for the region. >> the land is not just land. it's who we are. it gives us our substance. it's in our dna. when we return, we return back to the land. >> a petition to prevent
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construction of mine has got up to 21,000 signatures amount war hero in sonoma county philanthropist celebrates his 107th birthday. dawn was there to ask about his secret to a long ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> a winning band and well-wishers celebrating al bet and his 107th birthday. he still has the groove and a lot of energy. he only gave up driving three years ago. >> that was a terrible thing in my life. i gave up my porsche. i had a black porsche. that puppy was a great automobile. >> mentally sharp, healthy. relatively mobile he started using the walker this year. i asked about his secret to
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longevity. >> first was martinis. they helped. but i've been just lucky. >> because he survived world war ii. al flew 35 combat missions over nazi germany and had a lot of close calls. the sonoma resident is known to be the oldest veteran in the county. he served on the board of a local college and hospital more decade, santa rosa leaders say the lifelong philanthropist helped to raise millions of dollars for local charities. he had a lot of connections as a stockbroker and retired in his 9 on the. >> his life is about service to the community and he is fun and he's just a really good man. >> his niece carol says he out lived his siblings an wife of more than six decades.
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she paled away 20 years ago. al turned 107 monday september fifth. the family celebrated at the veterans memorial building. >> just flattered and it's so nice. >> al has seen a little bit of everything in his 107 years. so i asked what kind of wisdom he wants to share with the public. he said simple, just be honest not just with your others but be honest with yourself n. santa rosa, kpix 5. >> still ahead it is move in day for people in night of housing in redwood city thanks to habitat for humanity. busy day for rescue teams, while look at a number of cliff hangers called out today in san francisco. first what's left of tropical
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storm kay was hitting southern california. that rain going to make it here, mr. peck will let you know
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the choice between prop 26 and 27? let's get real. prop, 26 means no money to fix homelessness, no enforcement oversight and no support for disadvantaged tribes. yikes! prop 27 generates hundreds of millions towards priorities like new housing units in all 58 counties. 27 supports non-gaming tribes and includes strict audits that ensure funds go directly to people off the streets and into there's only one choice. yes on 27.
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>> southern california battered by tropical storm kay with heavy rain an high tides. making sure rescue an emergency crews were standing by. >> some areas in our city are a little bit flooding and our mission is to prevent property damage and to do that we are filling sandbags for the community. >> tremendous waves. it came into the board. there was no berm. >> the weather event with the rain we are dealing with the tidal surge with the tropical storm and high tide so those three situations combined present with us this unique challenge. >> bulldozer was ahead of that surf. long beach fire officials say at least two homes suffered damage from the storm. speaking of rain check this out. light sprinkles pounded walnut
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creek. >> you missed the best part in that video. could you see the drops. >> really. >> yeah. >> i'll have to look at my dvd. >> a small cell did move across that part of contra costa county. what's going on with that? kay you bear -- barely see. there's circulation on it but it gets pulled off the coast farther. there's enough energy in the desert southwest and sierra. we will get rain tomorrow southern california the sierra and if we wanted a closer look what might happen at home we can go to that high resolution forecast. we are going to see clouds tomorrow like today. it was clouds all day from kay. tomorrow will probably be the same, but there's no green blips showing up tomorrow.
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humidity will probably be high if you noticed yesterday you may notice again and yes there will be thunderstorms in the sierra, not what we want. we don't need more lightning in the sierra. but there's also rain elevated humidity. it's a situation to watch in the mountains next few days. morning lows tomorrow start out mid 60s. daytime highs warm up. couple above today. nice cooldown today. mid to upper 80s. tomorrow we will warm up a little bit, low 90s for the inland east bay valleys, mid 80s in the south bay. there's one other thing about tomorrow. if you are an early riser the sky is going to look eerie for the first part of the morning because there will be enough smoke coming our way from the mosquito fire that sunrise is going to have to filter through the smoke to get here. it's going to be red tomorrow and probably the first few hours
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the light on the pavement and through curtains is probably going to have a weird hue but that's smoke filtering the sunlight. air quality should remain moderate. there is an air quality adviser. it's going to get better on monday. stronger onshore breeze is going to clear it out. so if you can put off the jog you probably should. 7-day forecast temperatures in the upper 70s for north bay valleys by next week, then daytime highs in the low 80s for warmest east bay valleys. >> thank you darren. san francisco fire rescue busy having to perform two rescues on city beaches and cliffs. baker beach near battery chamberlain, firefighters satisfy the victim fell off but but because he had a cell phone
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he called 911. rescue took two hours, the victim expected to be okay. second rescue at china beach before 10 a.m., photo shows two people stranded from the shoreline on paddleboard. rescuers were able to get them out and safe. >> i can't remember the last time i got to say two-fer saturday night. not just one sport segment ahead raider nation so somebody got paid this eve of the first nfl sunday and a bevy of college football, a top ten team known as the usc trojans are putting the rest of the pac 12 on notice. what
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want a permanent solution to homelessness? you won't get it with prop 27. it was written and funded by out-of-state corporations to permanently maximize profits, not homeless funding. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations permanently. only pennies on the dollar for the homeless permanently. and with loopholes, the homeless get even less permanently. prop 27. they didn't write it for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves.
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>> college football up top banned the stanford cardinal, a good solid football team can have their handful, s.c. trojans visited palo alto and the stars came out hall of fame legend jerry rice, his son brendan plays for the trojans. tanner mckee find e.j. submitted who walked in and his daddy emmett submitted liked it, cut the trojans 14-0 lead in half but all trojans from there. next possession s.c. quarterback williams looked deep. like they drew it on a chalkboard jordan addison shook his man for 75 yard touchdown, 7 chasms, 172 cards, two touchdowns. travis dye took the handoff
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raced untouched for another score. the trojans had not won in stanford since 2014. kyle justin wilcox praised his cal bears against unlv. jay knott sacrificed his body but shakeing the rebels 20-14, time running out they throw it downfield, cal won the jump ball, 21-14 final, a trip to notre dame next the irish are going to be angry they lost today. san josé state at auburn, leaning forward with interest they were driving second quarter short yardage. spartans led 10-7 at the half but here's quarterback t.j.
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finley he scored. tigers held spartans to a field goal, tigers held at home 24-16. the raiders and pro bowl tight end darren waller agreed on three-year $51 million contract extension. waller was under contract the next five years totalling $66 million. raiders and chargers on kpix sunday, 49ers 10 a.m. start. unbelievable catch a golden state warrior for the ages received the highest
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>> baseball and these guys, the giants in chicago, they said, adios to a forgettable losing streaking look at the bro's outfitted at wrigley field, giants up second inning 2-1 joey swung on gone, two run big fly four run inning, plenty of run support for pitcher logan webb and webb wag was deal, struck out christopher morel one of six
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punches over 7 innings of two run ball giants won it 5-2 stopped a 5-game losing streak. they can win the series tomorrow night if weather permits. now give this fan a contract off the carom while holding a beer snagged the foul ball with energy, i love it. the a's not as fortunate. you see the score, then andrew vaughn laid one down the left field line, two runs score, the white sox won it 10-2. a's will try to avoid a sweep tomorrow, dave stewart number retirement day. why would we show you albert pujols in pittsburgh? well, the cardinals slugger crushed career home run number 696 tying alex rodriguez for fourth all-time. cardinals won the game final 7-5. he mimickedr cer move tim hardaway did that for
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years warriors offense inducted into the naismith hall of tame, the final piece of the run tmc attack with chris mullen and richmond. >> key side of chicago made it all the way to springfield, massachussetts. incredible. see molly and rock, they made me who i am and run tmc man were ahead of our time. >> soccer earthquakes goal i j.t. on the firing line at cincinnati, 47th minute quakes down 1-0. brenner got a shot from point-blank range, goes by one name, brenner. san josé shut down 6-nil. in tennis, number 2 ranked in
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the u.s. open women's final against number 1. it ended in second set tie-breaker with a hit long here game set match for the first woman from poland to win the u.s. open 6-2 and 7-6. third career southland slam title and they'll be ranked 1-2 when the world rankings come out on monday morning. >> vern thank you for that. you might already know that prop 27 taxes and regulates online sports betting to fund real solutions to the homelessness crisis. so how will that new revenue be spent? new housing units in all 58 counties, including: permanent supportive housing, tiny homes communities, project roomkey supportive hotel units... and intensive mental health and addiction treatment. in short, 27 means getting people off the streets
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and into housing. yes on 27.
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>>? redwood city 11 families are homeowners with habitat for humanity. brand new housing development called 612 jefferson built by residents who call it their own, along with help from the habitat
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for humanity organization. >> these are homes they will own. it will create stability for them. >> families who moved into the 20 units didn't have to make a down payment they have a 0 percent mortgage interest rate and their total housing costs capped at 30 percent of total household income. a redwood city teacher says for her home ownership never seemed attainable. >> owning a house in the bay area in the peninsula is hard if you don't make a lot of money. >> mayor hale says the project is one example how redwood city is trying to add more affordable house. that's it for us. next n s tomorrow
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