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vietnam is next. this is about as dangerous of a storm that you could get. the super typhoon slamming the philippines and vietnam is next. paul is tracking the storm. >> it's as wide as the distance from san francisco to lake tahoe. that's basically what storm was earlier today. super typhoon, stronger winds than hurricane katrina and hurricane andrew. peak wind gusts earlier today at 2 miles per hour. winds as strong in the center of the storm as an ef4 tornado, but the no lasting just a few minutes. we're talking some spots got those winds for hours on end. here's a look at what it looked like in the philippines today. it has cut communications, blocked roads, sending debris flying throughout the central philippines. the sustained winds of 147 miles an hour. and with gusts of 170 miles an hour.
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when they made landfall on the rural area of the country. hitting about 405 miles southeast of manila having officials worried about catastrophic damage and casualty. it's so bad that they have lost contact with people and the equipment used to measure the wind. more than 125,000 people have been evacuated from the towns and the villages. visibility is so poor in some spots, only silhouettes could be seen through the thick curtains of the water. they predict that the storm will be maintaining the super typhoon strength despite weakening as they pass overland. >> you'll have to be curious about the differences as there is no difference. it's the same strength of the storm given a different name. headed towards vietnam as they will get there this weekend with a little local connection here. at this time of the year all the moisture drawn up. working their way over the pacific ocean. and some of the rainstorms we get here will origin gnat here.
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look closely and you'll see one guy is standing out there blanketing the air around him. well tonight we know what the google barge will look like when it is all done. what we've been reporting for weeks now, tonight, we finally have photos. >> yeah, we have some answers that are just beyond the lights over there. a little lesson tonight. take a look inside. >> reporter: public records show that these are statistics of the barge describing it as an unprecedented artistic structure that will dry it to the water front. and the floating 50-foot tall view of shipping containers
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will score the fish fins and a third floor deck to offer you unique views of the san francisco skyline. they say that their position on the water will allow them to move around and dock at a number of the different locations. and they submitted the documents, early on in that floating studio that will be more than their exhibit. their hope that it inspires the communication and a high moment. they'll move around on a monthly basis to be used to showcase their products as we reported. >> yeah, they could draw thousands of spectators a day. thank you. >> we've seen it numerous times. people with their noses, clueless to what is going on around them.
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a four-word message. >> yes, they were just sure enough for the twitter. now, this is including the $1 million federal grant with more officers on and near the riders. >> reporter: the real bubble, not the economic one, but that they connected at the finger sprint relationship between you and your phone. and the san francisco mayor, they want that burden as he is calling it phone down in response to rises on the smart phone thefts. that's when the train failed to notice a man pacing with the gun until it was too late. >> you're going to be around the surroundings here on out there and you'll be engaging in their surroundings. that's if it was not so
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dangerous. >> reporter: they were skeptical about the plans. >> i didn't want to be regulated that way. >> and nearly twitchy about the thought of putting down their phones. >> for me to put that phone down? no, i can't do that. >> it will be hard as i don't want to be bored. i want to keep myself there for the same time. i can check the e-mail. >> reporter: they have a plan to end that boredom. think about it as the real life status update. >> and keep your eyes on your surroundings. a 16-year-old boy faces
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hate crime charges. he told them that he was home phobic lighting them on fire because he was wearing a skirt. he goes by that name sasha and hospitalized with burns on his legs. they caught up with his family before he made his first court appearance today. >> what happened? well, he didn't use it. you know, he didn't know that it would be there. so please, don't. he's a good kid. a very good kid. >> i don't know that he was not there, just joking around. >> reporter: they are scheduled to be back in court on tuesday. and after the dad, they took that infant to mexico. and the authorities, they tell us that they flew to arizona this morning to be with her son.
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and they found them yesterday. they turned them over to the u.s. border patrol agent in arizona. the 22-year-old appeared in an arizona courtroom earlier today. and that they will be awaiting extradition back to the bay area. he threatened to harm himself and the baby after an argument with the mother. >> reporter: they have done a 180. tonight, they said that they will not have to make the drastic cuts to classes and staff. and just yesterday the school officials, they threatened to eliminate dozens of classes and jobs, because they were $4 million in the red. today they announced the reversing course. >> and yes, you know, the fact that it came to just 24 hours after the announcement that it will be a complete relief for everyone. >> they will need to redirect money for the infrastructure and equipment upgrades to cover
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the difference. they needed to solve a dangerous problem with the airports. as they need to show us about the kids and their inventions and i guess that it works, huh? >> yes. it is kind of remarkable when you think about how a couple of pieces with the wood and that wire mesh to put together by the high school junior that they could prove so many lives. this is very unique that no one has done before. >> they love that. and all that asphalt will create the thermals, letting them glide all day.
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the skies are getting crowded up there. they made an emergency meeting in oakland. in the last decade, they went up 50%. they needed to score one for the aviation safeties. >> and it will be something that i will put a lot of overtime for them if i didn't have that. >> and it does feel a little better now that i'm doing this to help at least one or two hawks that might actually hit a plane. >> reporter: it saves the airlines money, saves the passengers time. and maybe a rise. if only there was a merit badge for common sense. >> what happens to the hawks after they go in the trap? what are they doing with them? >> reporter: they were able to catch one hawk out here as we know that they work. they put abandon the leg and
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then they need to drive and relocate it 100 miles away. any closer then the hawks will come right back here. >> good for the birds and the planes. all right, live for us in san jose. thank you. a 9-year-old girl helped twitter make history today. the opening bell on the first day where people could buy the twitter shares. she used twitter to get out the word about the charitable lemonade stand raising more than $100,000 in a year to fight childhood slavery. and that price shot through the roof almost immediately, gaining about 73% today, closing at almost $45. the founder made out as their stock is worth $2.6 billion. and jack dorsey closed out at more than $1 billion. they need to weigh more -- wait
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more than 180 days before cashing out. a new crime fighting technique. how this couple's dog helped to catch their killer when the trail has gone cold. and is this smoking crack not bad enough, wait until you see the new video as one mayor is trying to explain and the advice from their mom. the bay area woman behind this amazing or dance party that has a lot of people smiling. we'll be back in 70 seconds. over the next 40 years the united states population is going to grow by over 90 million people, and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, clean affordable housing,
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places that have access to great school systems, access to jobs and multiple transportation modes then the neighborhood begins to thrive and then really really take off. the oxygen of community redevelopment is financing. and all this rebuilding that happened could not have happened without organizations like citi. citi has formed a partnership with our company so that we can take all the lessons from the revitalization of urban america to other cities. so we are now working in chicago and in washington, dc and newark. it's amazing how important safe, affordable housing is to the future of our society. is apologizing for the obame mess. he says he's sorry millionsf he health for the first time the president is apologizing for the obama care mess. he saw that they are losing the health plans that they say they could keep. >> and i am sorry that, you know, they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances that they
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got for me. we're going to do everything that we can to find themselves in that tough position as a consequence. >> in an interview for them there, the president said that the staff is working for them to close some of the holes and the gaps in the law. >> reporter: the mayor is trying to explain the 'em embarrassing video. take a look at this one. >> sorry, folks. >> it is extremely embarrassing. and i don't know what to say. >> reporter: the mayor, he refuses to say if he will get any kind of help. his mom has plenty of advice. >> you need to get yourself a driver. a new one, get yourself a driver. then after that, do something about your weight.
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>> there are three other steps that the mayor does not know about. they have no intentions of leaving office. >> we heard of the dna being used to catch a killer. it's been done right here in northern california. they needed to help crack the brutal crimes that police couldn't solve. >> the best crime scene for them that they have had blood everywhere. >> reporter: it was a double murder. they were about to leave their northern california home and go to work when they were stabbed 19 times each in early december 2008. >> very friendly as they would come out to talk to all the neighbors. >> reporter: tall blood from stephen and linda riley. none from a suspect. and nonetheless they needed to focus on their son matthew. >> and they believe that there is no evidence that will be pointing to them. they let him go free until two years later when they discovered a silent witness.
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and the dog, the tan one on the left. the evidence, a single dog hair found in their boots. >> that's the idea for them that they most likely, you know, killed. >> and then put the boots on to make the getaway, which they were not found on the roof of the apartment building where he used to live. the dog hair tested, showing a 90% chance of belonging to winston. introduced in court and for the first time in san francisco county, animal dna was used to convict a killer. >> and in this case, their hair linked him to what he had hidden. and that is one of the reasons that he knew and that the boots, they believe that it was somehow on out there to the crime. >> they've been used for three high-profile convictions in california and the veterinary lab at uc davis that they dot testing. >> we are the only one in the world during that type of work.
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>> reporter: she leads the forensic unit. isolating the cases in europe. >> you go to your car and you are carrying their dna. and they will be there with you everywhere you go. >> reporter: and sometimes giving the silent testimony to a crime only the victim's pet has witnessed. >> and it could be very powerful evidence. >> reporter: it certainly was against matthew riley. after being convicted in 2011, he is serving two life sentences for the murder of his parents, with no chance for parole. kpix 5. >> well, it's not just dogs, but this year, the top dna will link them to a killing. a special awards ceremony honoring two people that took care of more than a dozen elderly people abandoned at their senior home. at the senior home in castro
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valley. but after the staff, they left that facility, alvarez became the caretaker of 19 elderly bed- ridden painships. >> our heart would not let us leave anybody behind. we couldn't find ourselves doing that. >> you know, we cannot describe what they were going through. for me, the leader, you know, i could not do that. >> reporter: and they called 911 repeatedly. finally authorities came moving them to different care homes. the facility is now being investigate for the elderly abuse. for one woman there is nothing a little beyonce can't cure. >> they show us just moments before the life changing surgery, to crank the music and she threw herself a party in
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the o.r. >> reporter: just before her double mastectomy, she turned the operating room into a club. she got the surgery team to turn on a beyonce song called get me body and they all honed in. the video now has more than 2 million hits on youtube in less than 48 hours. even beyonce has posted the video on her facebook page. days beforehand, deborah cullen had posted online that she would be having the surgery here at mt. zion precisely 7:30 encouraging her friends and family and the whole world to make their own video dancing with her. >> it's been an amazing blood of love. >> and now those videos are online as well. >> we were nervous about how the flash mob was going to go than how the surgery was going to go. >> reporter: she told right this minute show she's feeling the love as she recovers. >> my muscles are pretty sore. that'll require some
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recooperation. i feel like i've gotten 5,000% better. >> she is a dancer. >> reporter: her colleagues tonight are marveling at her friend's inspirational moves. >> something like that going viral, you know, it shows a lot of love to her and also around the world. i definitely wish her the best. i hope she's dancing just like that tomorrow. >> joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> as for that song, she said who wouldn't? she likes the beat. >> yes. they like the beat. you know, jerry, he's got it going on. >> how great of a story is that? >> it is great. let's dance. >> fabulous attitude. we have no other choice, we need the rainfall, we're not getting it. so tomorrow you have another opportunity to go out and enjoy a beautiful day. beautiful night right now on treasure island looking back to the brand spanking new bay bridge. that's a live shot right now, a live picture of the golden gate bridge with the high
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temperatures today, 77 degrees. and that was before stanford did what they did with more on that in sports coming up in just a second. 47 straight days without rainfall. i asked the national weather service to please go back and check out how it rates historically. this is now the 6th longest fall dry streak ever in san francisco history with 165 years of weather data. not going to rain tomorrow or saturday. but here is your forecast. upper 60s with the sunshine tomorrow. upper 60s with mainly sunny skies coming up on saturday. here is the deal with plenty of moisture and rainfall and storms. not making it anywhere close to here because of the big blocking ridge of the high pressure. everything has to kind of go up and around and over it to move on through the united states. and it is kind of missing the bay area. sot next storm that needs to move on through will get as far south at about the mountains here, severalhours to the north. the one after that will make it sure because it is going to
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move allowing storms to dig down just a little bit more to the south closer to us. we'll see some showers around here on monday and tuesday and not much. they're not going to break the drought. but a couple showers from the top of next week. your weekend is actually trending sunnier, both saturday and sunday with lots of sunshine. and once that rain moves out on tuesday, we'll get that sunshine back once again. highs out there, upper 60s for san jose. a beautiful day at morgan hill. and campbell at 70 hayward 65. low 70s with sunshine. the lower 60s in the city tomorrow. berkeley at 65. sunshine for your friday with a high of 72 degrees. weekend looks pleasant with the lower 70s inland near the bay with a couple showers around on monday and tuesday. sunshine will return on wednesday. we need a lot more rainfall than what we're going to get, but it is a start as we need to start somewhere. >> i hope they will clean up the air a little bit. >> we have a lot of stuff on out there. >> yes. coming up, how lulu lemon founders say that women are to
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blame for yoga pants being too sheer. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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here we go again. now, the here we go again. now, the company's founder says womee to b lulu lemons is making headlines again for the sheer yoga pants. >> now the company's founder say that women are to blame.
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all you women out there, you're to blame. quite frankly some women's bodies actually just don't work for the pants. and lulu lemon lost millions of dollars when they recalled the pants last spring. the comments sparked outrage on the company's facebook page. he backed off a little bit later on in the interview saying i just think that it is how you use them. there you go. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,
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through three quarters on t farm tonight...the ducks ha0 jo vers and 40 points against them earlier this week. and that they needed to join them as the only players to have their jerseys retire. they were knocking on the door early. but on the 4th and goal. marcus overthrew their receiver game remaining scoreless. they ran that football all night. they said that the school record was 45 carries for them there and the cardinals. and then oregon was shouting what is this man doing here? he fooled everybody about 14-0 cardinals. but the ducks, they needed to start quacking after scoring
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one touchdown. and they needed to block that field goal for them. and that they will be taking it in for a score. and then that they will need to connect for them and all of a sudden they needed to lead them down to just six points. two minutes to go. and that will be a great expression for them there on the inside for them to secure it to avoid that big collapse. and that will be their first loss of the year. knocking them on out of the final picture. and let's hear from the nerds. we will take what we can do. >> they are amazing. you know, they are moving them back down. and i think that, you know, they will take some credits for them. and this is for them. they had a great job today.
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they are trying to play some of the best football as no one has seen it. that is including us. and it will be three quarters of it. >> the sharks, literally going at it there tonight with the big view. off the board. and that will be into the net with a good luck there. and just the overall night for them really. it's for their own zone as they will be here. and they were pulled into the second. losing four straight as they needed to connect that nine- game losing streak. and for them there 4-2 vancouver the final. it's among the most famous in the olympic history. and on december 7, they'll be going on the auction block. the chance that they would win there with the olympic host.
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watching them in the stands. and they say that it will be a gold medal for them to fetch $1 million. and that segregation for them there in 1936. they will always go back as they could not meet with the president and all of them and what they could get. >> they wouldn't get that flag. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, when our little girl was born,
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