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> >> we did not run or panic. if we did, people would get trampled. >> now on kpix5, people from the bay area that experienced te september 11th attacks firsthanl their stories 21 years later. good afternoon. more on that in a second. first, a look at the top stories. the man accused og a young mother in san carlos wil be arraigned onmurder charges today. josc of will appear in court. he isd is accused of killing his girlfd karina castro last thursday. first responders and francisco
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are staging an earthquake drill. men with radios and camouflage g for supply helicopter to land. e citydepartment of emergency mant testing its ability to deliver s by air following a major quake.s follows a moderate earthquakelat night in the east bay. it happd at about10:30 p.m. last night. e 2.9 magnitude fault wascenter n tahoe has burned 73 square miles, but the size of brooklyn, brooklyn, new york. cal fire said the mosquito fire is 10% contained. cooler temperatures reducing severe fire activity or the past couple days. however, it is still advancing northeast. northeast. 11,000 people have cleared out of their homes in el in el dorado and placer county. county. this is one of more than a dozen wildfires burning out west. here's mark strassma. >> reporter: parts of northern
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california look apocalyptic. dark columns of smoke reaching s of feet in the air. it is the mosquito fire burning nearly out out of control. >> firefighters are working hard and have been fighting a lt of different buyers. they are g 24 hour shifts. >> rough terrain is only one challenge among many. extreme heat and dry conditions over tht week have spread flames faster and hotter. at risk, firefightg crews and 11,000 evacuees. >> a rare weekend in southern california with rain gave fire crews an unexpected weapon in their battle with the fairview fire which is 40% contained. in state, the bull creek fire has d more than 7500 acres since sparking saturday morning. and in oregon, the cedar creek fired
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more than 85,000 acres forcing evacuations and leaving roughly 25,000 people without power. >> back in california, this evacuee slept in his car hoping for breakthrough. >> all you can do is hope andy that everything goes okay. >> firefighters facing another facing another hairy week. cbs, los angeles. > >> let's get to first alert meteorologist jessica birch. >> looking at the air quality index this afternoon, sitting at at a moderate level. things will change is extended to the next couple days. the wind is shifting, pushing off to the east. hopefully, fingers crossed, that will help us as wd into the afternoon and even into into the next couple of days for for air quality. we will keep you updated in the weather center. let's look at the dayte highs this afternoon. a lot better than last week. 60s along the coast. 80s in the
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east inland hills. getting up to 89 today in fairfield. 79, n. let's get a check of what to expect for your local area heading into the next couple days. notice how today's forecast is pretty much the sams the board and even in the santa clara valley. it is warmer today. we cool off tuesday andy and we get below average for the the santa clara valley and below below average conditions for frs at the east bay as well as the north bay with partly cloudy skies sticking around until the. > >> it has been 21 years sincea september 11th attacks and americans everywhere took time yesterday to remember the nearly nearly 3000 lives lost on that g in 2001. we have the stories of of three people from the bay ara who experienced the attacks fir. >> michael pinkston turned a y of survival into a new york tims best seller. he and his guide g walked down 78 flights of stairs. >> we walked safely. we did
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not run or panic. if we did, people would get trampled. >> michael was working on the 78th floor of the world trade center when the plane crashed into the building. he and the coworkers did not know what was going on but they need to get out. >> some people started to panic. >> the former northbay residents said that he was guidd safely out of the tower about an tower about an hour later. >> we had no idea what happened until both towers fell and i could reach my wife by phone. >> on the opposite side of the the country, a group of firefigs were called to help with the search and rescue. >> retired fire chief recorded chief recorded the massive amount of debris they saw. >> collapsed. burned out. everything destroyed. the smellf human decomposition and burning
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flesh and smoke. >> there were body parts. we searched areas of their people could not get into because of our equipment. >> they got through to the discovery by focusing on the mission and closures for victim's families. although alle men had different experiences wh 9/11 come on this 21st anniversary, they hope the nation will heal from recent years of political division. >> i want people to remember after september 11th, what happened. we became very unifid as a nation. >> everybody was going in the same direction. there really was was not democrats or republican. >> we need to not let this han again. >> kpix news. >> there were deaths attributed to the attacks and tt has grown significantly over the the years as survivors and first first responders succumb to 9/1d
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illnesses. the illnesses are believedved inthe initial ats.meantime, five guantcnamo bay prisoners charged in the september 11th attacks, could s the detention facility open indefinitely. lawyers for formr president trump now pushing back back against the justice department over his recording of of sensitive government documents. a new court filing from trump's legal team said documents marked as classified should remain off-limits to the fbi and prosecutors. it describes the criminal investign as a dispute that spiraled out of control. the doj said this could stop them from finding any any additional material being iy held and put national security at risk. >> if some of these documents involve human intelligence and that information got out, peopld
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die. >> if there is penetration of signal intelligence, years of work could be destroyed. >> the doj said that if a judge appoints a special master, special master, that person should have a more narrow scopef work than what the judge initially ordered. >> mourners in scotland are saying farewell to queen elizabeth today as she makes her her final journey back to england. we report from windsor. > >> king charles led a solid position behind his mother's coffin as thousands said goodbye goodbye to queen elizabeth. >> she was 96 but i cannot bee cannot believe it. >> the flag draped coffin is topped with a scottish crown inside saint giles cathedral as the monarch ladies and rest for 24 hours, giving mourners a chance to pay tribute. >> after a prayer service, king charles will stand guard with the queen's other three
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children around their mother's coffin in a ceremony known as the vigil of the princess. earlier today back in london, the king addressed british parlt for the first time, pledging to follow in his mother's footstep. >> she set an example of selfless duty which come with god's help and your councils, i am resolved faithfully to follo. >> queen elizabeth will reachr final resting place here at windsor castle one week from today. after the funeral, she will be buried at st. georgia's chapel alongside her late husba, prince philip. >> even in sorrow, brits are celebrating their new king. >> i took an oath to the queen. i have been in the army for seven years. it is nice to see the new commander-in-chief. >> the queen's body will be flown to london tomorrow night where she will lie in state for four days. tens of thousands of of people are expected to line up to pastor coffin and thank her for 70 years of service.
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cbs news, windsor, england. >> prince harry released his first public statement on his gs death. he called her a guiding compass and praised her unwavering grace and dignity. > >> there is no way to avoid it. the 49ers had a sloppy start to the season made worse by the wet weather. the latest in the red and gold report. > >> and the new concept of net the choice between prop 26 and 27? let's get real. prop, 26 means no money to fix homelessness, no enforcement oversight yikes! prop 27 generates hundreds of millions 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. ♪ ♪ wow, we're crunching tons of polygons here! what's going on? where's regina? hi, i'm ladonna.
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>> taking a look at wall street. so far, so good. the g board is up e pots to stt t a e era rough . they swby by bears on sunday. gold report. >> i did not know i would turn turn into a cheap meteorologist today for kpix5. but the weather conditions, not good atp on the field. it was ugly. but but both teams had to weather the storm and it was the chicago chicago bears that benefited on their home field. 19-10 winnere to some untimely penalties and of course, the turnovers. >> there >> there are too many mistakes. a lot to clean up for up for sure for me. but i'm excited and i have my head up. >> the 49ers leader kept his head held high as he walked into
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into the locker room, knowing he he has a lot to fix. >> just frustrated with mysela little bit. i feel like i'm a lot better than that. >> it is hard to throw the bal the ball. >> we have an amazing team. we are going to get back to wor. cleanup and keep it going. i think we will have a special year. it is a little hiccup. but nothing stopping us. >> with the red and gold report, i'm charlie walter. >> charlie touched on it a bit bit but this weather was something else. the bears did take the victory. but what a lot lot of people are talking about is how the rain came down in the down in the 4th quarter. the field was soaked with puddles and standing water. the water was so heavy that the game was often difficult to watch on the broadcast and the tv crews had to resort to a graphic overlay of the yard markers that had been wiped out by the heavy rain. let's get to our first
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alert meteorologist, jessica birch. >> happy monday as we extend into the work week. things will look a lot different than last week's forecast. we were dealing with a major heat wave t week and this week, things are more calm. what we know really need to start off with is the ar quality index. right now throughout the bay area, sittint the moderate section. the upper the upper level as atmospheric, coming down closer to us. the wind shifting the next couple days. it will push the smoke to to the east more. so you see tt with the mosquito fire. thingse changing for the better heading into the next couple of days. adding to that, more pressure pushing in from the north and that will cool us off for the nt couple days and change the direction of the wind. this extends into the afternoon. we have the onshore flow becoming e significant. along the coastline, closer to 30-mile anr wind and to add to that, the marine layer is back now that
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the area of high pressure has oy gone. we are starting to see more marine layer sticking aroud in the morning and it will disse as we extend into the afternoon leaving us with more sunny skien the east inland hills. looking at a beautiful forecast this afternoon as we kick off the work week. 80s in the inland areas. i missed saying that. last week, it was triple digitss the board. now down to average. cooler seasonably than what we are used to. 60s along the coast. 69 this afternoon. right where we should be as we wrap up summer and head into fall. as we extend into the next next couple of days and the wee, we stay on average for san francisco and along the coast. looking at the inland areas, this looks nice. tuesday and wednesday, 70s as well as our northbay friends. 60s along the the coast. partly cloudy throughout the work week and into the beautiful weekend. > >> could be a game changer for
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for people looking to vacation and help the planet at the same time. coming up, a closer look at this hotel opening for the first time in the u.s. > >> season 13 of the talk kickf here on kpix5 at 1:00. the host host gave us a sneak peek earlier today of what you can expect. >> the biggest and best news is a new theme songthat andy grammer will sing live today on the show, that he made for is called "good company to talk." we love andy. he is awesome anl of joy. and he is part of the family. so it is exciting to he this theme song. >> this is it. this will be the talk all week. >> a little bit of carnival an
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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,
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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. >> we are talking about a change in the wa ything how you get there but the impact you will leave on the world. michael george takes us on a tour of wht
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could be the first net zero carbon emissions hotel in the u. the u.s.. >> the first thing you will notice about new haven, connecticut's hotel marcel, is the unique architecture. it was was designed in the 1960s as ane building. but the inside has received a modern-day makeover. >> what are we looking at her? >> we are looking at the battery room for the microgrid. >> the architect and developer developer designed the hotel to be all electric. it is self powered using no fossil fuels. they also claim to be the first net zero carbon emissions hotel in the nation. >> why was it important to make this happen? >> i wanted to make sure that if i make a building, that it will be here for a while. >> every inch of the hotel is designed with the environment in trle wiumps and
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electric car charges and electric shuttle van. even the kitchen has an electric range instead of a gas one. while all all of this may seem expensive,r says that it pays for itself. >> it keeps the energy cost down. it helps financially. >> since opening in may, the no footprint approach is working, bringing in customers e edward mclaughlin. >> it is highly appealing to me to be somewhere that leaves no footprint on the environment. environment. >> becker says it will take a year of testing to confirm his building is truly net zero when it comes to carbon emissions. but believes that others could w his lead and create a new standard for hotels in the future. michael george, cbs ne, new haven, connecticut. > >> it is surprising enough. see how this men's trip to redeem a $600 win turned into something a lot more life
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changing. > >> join us every weekday for our new live newscast at 7:00 and 8:00 on our sister station . you can find us on pluto tv, channel 397 on any platform usig the free
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>> coming up at 3:00, we will
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hear from the stars of hollywood's first ever romantic comedy from a major studio and how the film has already been ig the lgbtq community. > >> let's check in one last time with personal or meteorolot jessica birch. >> daytime highs today, a lot better than last week. last week, we were dealing with a heat wave. this week, we are below average. we will take ite in the bay area. 80s in the east inland hills. 70s, napa. 60s along the coast. it is not only today but the next couple of days. we even cool off a smidge more in the microclimates microclimates heading into the y and wednesday forecast as low pressure dips in from the north and that will cool us off signi. below average conditions for the inland east bay and northbay northbay friends. we get back o average as we wrap up the week d head into a beautiful weekend with partly cloudy skies. > >> a virginia man virginia man
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man got the surprise of a lifetime. josc velasquez thought he won $600 in in the watery. but it turns out out he won a lot more. but it was not until he took his ticket ticket to the service center to cash it out that he learned his ticket was worth $1 million. velasquez said he plans to use the money to take care of his family and possibly start his own business. that is it for us for us on kpix5 news at noon. remember that we are always on 24/7 on the cbs news bay area and streaming on thet newscast is at 3:00. have a great afternoon!
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