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i am julie haener. >> and i am frank somerville. frustration over why police didn't break up the party before five people were shot to death. ktvu's amber lee begins our coverage. >> reporter: he shows me the collection of photos he has of s son. the 23-year-old was one of five young people shot and killed at the halloween party at the airbnb home. dad says he just celebrated his birthday with his son the day before halloween. >> i am going to cherish that. we had good conversations. we enjoyed each other's company on my birthday. he was just enjoying life. you know, he was very intelligent, smart, loving. >> the family created a memorial in front of his mother's home in oakland. to g another son pictured here was shot and killed last year. dad can't was preventible. he questions why police did not night before the shooting. >> if the police would have came when they were called at 9:00 p.m., you know, the party would have been shut down.
>> reporter: contra costa county sheriff's department says on halloween night about 8:30 p.m. police were helping with a home invasion robbery that led officers to oakland. but it is unclear what, if any, impact it had on the response time to the complaint. f0 reporter: and san francisco police may be looking at whether the shooting is linked to the 2015 homicides in the neighborhood and that it may have been gang related. he said he does not believe his son was targeted in the shooting and he is not a gang member. >> no matter where we come out of san francisco, we will be labeled as thugs. around with people we went to school with. >> reporter: he hired an attorney to get justice for his so he said he applied for construction jobs and was looking forward to the future.
f0 amber lee, ktvu fox 2 news. tomorrow night city leaders will consider changes to the r changes to the ty's short term rental ordinance because of what happened. the house was rented through airbnb and not allowed to host a party under city or airbnb rules but city leaders may try enact restrictions or a ban on short term rentals. the city council will discuss options at tomorrow night's city council meeting. f0 . san rafael approved restrictions on rm rentals there. they were considering the changes before the shooting. tonight's meeting attracted new with the decision. th the decision. . >>a unanimous vote and the timing coincidental. san rafael has been studying vacation rentals for a while
trying to strike the right balance. lance. this is our tiny house unit. >> reporter: 96 square foot, no kitchen, and a shower outdoors. but with a hot tub this unit rents for $100 a night. f0 . >> single travelers or couples and very -- we never had any noise complaints. la >> income from unused space is win-win and they also rent a spare bedroom. >> we get to meet people from all around the world. the country. we made a lot of friends. >> i am really concerned about the enforcement. >> reporter: familiar concerns that vacation rentals shrink housing stock and street parking and new criticism. rent five people were murdered. f0 unusual but it happened. t it happened. >> reporter: san rafael will require them to pay fees and taxes.
a hot line wilt be set up for neighborhood complaints. nts. after three rules violations the rental shuts down. parties banned. sts are required to live on the rentals themselves. >> not allowing things to get out of hand and they know the neighbors. >> the number of nights should be restricted. >> reporter: some argued for a ban. the harshest critics, homeowners who share driveways with neighbors who rent space. >> security issues. i mean, strange people, we have people walking up our driveway. >> what are they doing for the economy? >> finding a cheaper place to stay and travel on. >> hotel prices drive up high as well. depending where you are at. >> reporter: they like the lower prices but also the personal vibe. f0 this couple will sight see and visit the coast staying in the ny two rental spaces says that
income makes homeownership affordable for them and also allows them to launch a small business. f0 they support the new rules and the fees. city staff says the fees will cover the cost of the program so this should not cost taxpayers anything. debora villalon in san rafael. gilroy, a mother is facing murder charges after police say she drowned her two-year-old daughter in the bath tub. investigators say 35-year-old marcie montelongo called 911 yesterday. officers found the little girl neighbors are devastated. they say marcie montelongo and her daughter moved in two >> if anybody does in the bay area, you take a break and put the baby in the crib and take a
breather. >> police found marcie montelongo a mile away walking near miller avenue and first street. police say they arrested her for murder after she confessed to killing her daughter. marcie montelongo has been booked into jail. apple is helping these shortage in the bay area. $300million in land will be be housing trust silicon valley and $50 million to support vulnerable populations. >> going to help us prevent 1500 families from ever having to live on the street. it will let us look for new solutions to get people housing as quickly as possible. >> leaders from scram to san jose hailed the commitment that
comes on the heels of google and facebook's pledges. governor gavin newsom calls the donation unparalleled and said apple is serious about solving this issue. the b.a.r.t. employee who rescued a man who fell on to the tracks at the oakland coliseum station said he was just doing his job. b.a.r.t. released the surveillance video that shows the man falling on to the track as the train approached the station. it happened last night after the raiders game and you can see john o'connor, standing near the man when the man the t john o'connor grabbed the man and hauled him up on to the platform just before the train -- look at that -- just before the have hit him. >> i just watched the video of it. seeing it happen -- he came to the side and i figured out he wasn't going to make it so i
grabbed him. pulled him up on the platform. >> video shows john o'connor and the man he saved sharing an emotional moment. b.a.r.t. said the man was intoxicated. a man hunt is underway for two murder suspects who broke free from the monterey county jail. a look at the small hole they climbed through to escape. >> and a plan to curb youth vaping. the new plan that will be considered in the south bay tomorrow.
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 policeff not authorized by a or committee controlled by a candidate. disclosures at sfethics.org.
y the main thing is not to leave anything in your car but if there a break in don't touch anything and call police. a $5,000 reward is being offered for two inmates who escaped from the monterey county jail yesterday. santos fonseca and jonathan salazar seen here were waiting for their trial on murder charges in separate cases. authorities say the men got out in a jail bathroom. they exploited a blind spot and escaped through a small hole less than two feet wide. >> it goes up the ceiling. there is a little bit of room for plumbing, pipes. this is the area they a hatch t construction zone where there was no barbed determine if other inmates
helped them escape. considering a proposal to ban the sale and distribution of ecigarettes in parts of the county. the plan was introduced this morning. there is a vaping crisis right now among teenagers and she pointed to physician from the cdc that reported 37 deaths and more than 1800 cases of lung injury stemming from ecigarettes use. and the health department reports almost 1 in 3 teenagers has tried vaping with many more at risk to do so. >> the statistics are important because for every statistic we are talking about a human life and talking about children and talking about young people who could stay addicted until their own deaths. >> the board of supervisors will take action on the proposal tomorrow. if approved the ban would apply to adults and children. access to the outdoors, that was the focus of a meeting
between state leaders and officials from the california state parks foundation. a discussion was held today in berkeley. new research shows the majority of california's young people live within close range of a state park but don't visit one or have never been to a park. the meeting discussed the plan to ensure all kids have access to fresh air and outdoor activities. >> we know that our kids are suffering from lot officialeses. mental health, behavioral health. challenges that we know the nature and the outdoors can address. still to come here, a war of tweets between president trump and governor gavin newsom. in newsom.
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82% contained. full containment is expected thursday. four firefighters have been injured. 370 buildings and 174 homes have been destroyed. >> a federal judge wants pg&e to explain what role its equipment may have played in sparking the kincade fire. the judge asked if the fire could have been sparked by a broken jumper cable found on the transmission tower. a jumper cable is the fire that connects the two lines which are held up by the tower's know break doweled spark and when the wire was last inspected. he has given them until november 29 to answer. a potential cut in federal funding. greg l tells us president trump hinted at pulling funding for
the disasters in a twitter fight with gavin newsom. >> reporter: president trump threatened to cut federal tied california while criticizing governor gavin newsom's forest management. president trump writes i told him from the first day we met he must clean the forest floors. he threatened to stop payments then too. >> management is so bad. the governor doesn't know. he is like a child. >> reporter: the governor with this, you don't believe excuse conversation. >> the product, extreme heat events, wind events that are caused by accelerating conditions from climate change. >> reporter: he argues the state has done a tremendous amount of work in reducing fire fuels. the governor's office outlining steps it has taken.
the state manages 2% of california's forest compared to the federal government's 57%. >> we are doing more under governor gavin newsom than any other state in the country to address fire threats posed to people and as well as fires in the sierra. >> the president attacked the state'water regulations, writing california needs water to fight fire now. >> the president's comments received criticism. the president of the california association writing this, any suggestion that disaster assistance could be with held because of the state's forest practices is ill informed, cruel and dangerous. the latest numbers show a drop
in acres burned. 126,000 so far this year compared to 632,000 last year. greg lee, ktvu fox 2 news. the warriors' community foundation held a raffle at tonight's game and all the money raised will go to the kincade fire relief fund. the warriors also recognized and honored firefighters who were on the front lines of the kincade fire last week. they got to go on the court before the game and sit court side during a shoot around. >> looking forward to sitting up in the stands and watching a good game. next to everybody that i was on the front lines with. and enjoying the time. >> 50% of the proceeds will support kincade fire relief. the raffle started at 6:00 p.m. and tickets were sold until the end of the 3rd quarter. all right. checking in on a little bit see
fog at the gate. fog coming in to san francisco, below 19th avenue. it is back. it is going to stick around. it is not throughout bay. it will hang in the coastal section but it will pinch through the golden gate bridge. sfo, no issues there. we have winds out of the north, northwest right now. and that is allowing the fog to exist. there is a little bit of an offshore flow. the winds are flat. what does that mean? more of the same tomorrow. fog at the coast. mild day. overnight lows on the cool side. fog tomorrow morning. and then see what it does? right in there. just a flat pressure gradient. temperatures tomorrow will be
like today. maybe a couple low 80s. take a look at the high- pressure system that will send everything up over the top. even rain. no rain in the forecast here for a while. not for at least a week and beyond that perhaps. no big winds. deep breath. that was a time, last three weeks have been active wind wise for fire, air quality. fog will be om the coast by the middle of the week. it is rrow morning. highs inland low 80s. or 80. call it low 80s. 80. on a friday in the warm spots,
70. you get the idea. changes are subtle. let's take it and roll with that and i will see you back here tomorrow. >> thank you. >> facebook's logo is getting a makeover. the company says the look is meant to represent the broad apps. blue for facebook. green for what's app. pink for instagram and so on. it is supposed to be their first they did without any of their top three players. juul marketed mango, mint, and menthol flavors, addicting kids to nicotine. five million kids now using e-cigarettes. the fda said juul ignored the law with misleading health claims. now juul is pushing prop c, to overturn
. mark is here with sports. >> during the dynasty and all this, regulation was ho-hum, they are going to win, no problem. all these injuries occur and we have fresh faces out there. and one guy in familiar, his twenty-third birthday. he shows his inside stuff. you will see his outside stuff. fouled and good. portland is a good team. they made it to the western conference finals and they have damian lillard. damian lillard. ck in his hometown base area. way out three. he had 39. the warriors down three at halftime and the 4th quarter, tied 99-99. warriors go on a 12-0 run. elbowed. he takes exception. it only teamed to fuel the warriors from there.
he had four tonight. f0 the warriors pull away from the blazers and then on the offensive boards. bo get this, 36 points, 13 bounds. 127-118 the final. f0 very refreshing to see in the first ever warriors win out there at the new place. the chase. all right. how can it be a meeting of the titans? an nfc east show down, when one team is terrible. the dallas cowboys against the new york giants. new jersey. jers a black cat held up the oceedings a little bit. f0 the giants had one offensive
weapon. this guy. barkley. what a move. he can go. 65yards. rds. they manage off of this run ly a field goal to cut the deficit to 23-18. it will take a few more minutes before they crank it up again. prescott. cooper. the former oakland raider. into the end zone. 45 yards. 37-18 is the final. dallas is 5-3. the new york giants are 2-7. f0 those are the football giants. the san francisco giants make a move today in that they reach out to madison bumgarner. a $17.8 million qualifying offer has been put in his court. which also means any team that signs him now would have to ve up a draft pick so that may limit his options. f0
a lot of teams don't want to give up draft picks. cks. madison bumgarner was 9-9 this season with a 3.90 e.r.a. they are paying him for past good deeds. in case you missed it over the ekend, the backup little rock, arkansas. a sixth grader taking the hand off. 6'3", 360 -- f0 a look at that you will like this one. here it is. we go to women's hockey. minnesota versus wisconsin. that is the golden gophers. between the legs here. watch it. that is beautiful. there you go. that was for you. >> the sixth graders, so -- >> that is the sporting life. >> see you later.
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