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>> they had dinner when boom. this ford mustang turned a bay area restaurant into a drive through. >> what in the world happened? >> the car went through the front of this mexican restaurant during dinnertime. they are boarding up the damaged window. a 56-year-old female was trying to park her car when she hit the gas pedal. the crash sounded like an explosion. it was that loud. >> there was a big boom. just a big boom. i ran out here and everybody was screaming. >> the black ford mustang injured several inside including a pregnant woman. >> she was really pregnant. she was in a lot of pain holding her stomach. >> the husband was actually standing at the time when the
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car barreled through. he was pinned underneath the mustang. >> the mom pulled her husband out. >> these karate students helped. >> they were all hurt going in ambulances. even the children looked hurt. >> 6 people were taken to the hospital. some suffered serious injuries not life threatening. >> tonight it is confirmed, ebola in new york city. an infected doctor went bowling. >> they are urging people not to panic. he came in contact with few people. his fiance is not showing
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signs of ebola. craig spencer is the 4th person diagnosed with ebola in the united states. he tested positive at bellevue hospital. >> there is no reason for new yorkers to be alarmed. it is an extremely hard disease to contract. >> an ambulance with police escort rushing him to the hospital where emts were decontaminated. he was exposed while caring for patients in guinea west africa. he reported fatigue early in the week but didn't develop a fever until thursday. >> he went to the gutter, a
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bowling alley in brooklyn. to get there he took the a train and l train yesterday. >> a cdc go team will make sure protocol is followed. they are checking credit card statements to figure out where he went and which subway trains he was on. >> thank you. >> spencer's fiance are in quarantine. he has not been back to the hospital where he worked since returning from west africa. a chp officer stole nude photos. he broke the public's trust. no one answered the door. he pulled over the 23-year-old woman for dui. he snooped through her phone,
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found pictures and forwarded them to his phone. >> they are personal private photos. they weren't met for anybody else. >> the chp isn't commenting on the case. they are cooperating with investigators. a tour company is apologizing for this. [ beep beep [ with your turtles and frogs inside. >> a tour guide went on a racist rant. what she said led to a protest in chinatown. >> san francisco has no tolerance for racism and anyone who wants to target any particular group in our community. part of the mess message is china chinatown is amazing.
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>> it is not a representation of how much we love and support chinatown and other parts of san francisco. it isn't what anyone wants to see, a car hit a fire hydrant. firefighters were soaking wet. the driver kept going. the skies over san francisco, the water front lit up. all part of a world series gala. executives from the giants and royals were invited. giants arrived home. buses took them to at&t park for practice. they spent the day marking sure the ball park is safe. the game is tomorrow at 5:00.
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paul, you got to see it firsthand. >> yes. we see the sun all the time. we see the moon all the time. rarely do we see them like this together. >> reporter: a log jam in the sky brought solar eclipsen thews easts. >> can you see the sun? >> yes. >> the moon literally blocks part of our view of the sun. today's eclipse peaked peaked at 3:15. never look directly at the sun. there are a number of ways to check it out including ellipse shades. the novice sky watchers were
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shown what to look for. >> this is a chance to get in touch with our own star, the sun. many people don't know if you are close to the stars in the sky they would look like the sun. >> this happens two times a year. a total solar eclipse coming in 2017. >> thanks. we now have video from the moment before yesterday's attack on the canadian parliament. a man came out with a gun running. he shot and killed an army reservist. it could have been worst, but a sergeant at arms took him down.
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members of parliament honored him. the sergeant at arms blinked tears and led the procession that opens every session of parliament. they identified the suspect as 32-year-old michael joseph, a muslim convert. he has ties to jihadists. cbs reporter with new clues with what these girls were up to. >> a teen made an urgent request for prayers. hours later her father hacked into her account. i am her father. did anyone know information
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about her. call me. we are worried. 3 girls 15-17 skipped school and took cash and passports. they were reported missing. they boarded a flight to germany. they were trying to travel to syria and join up with militants. that group is targeting women far from the battlefield recruiting them on line to join the fight. isis launched a group targeting women and training them. >> they want westerners to marry jihadists. they say it is a good muslim life. >> the 3 girls are back with their families in good condition. they have not been charged with
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a crime. mark zuckerberg unveils a new app. ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready
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♪ come and get it ♪ get it, get it ♪ when you're ready, come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na ♪ na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ when you're ready, come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na... female announcer: it's a great big world and it can all be yours. here and only here. ♪ come and get it. on facebook - founder mark zuckerberg was learning mandarin. and he tried it on some students at a beijing university: "".chinese c >> while most of us were wasting time on facebook. mark zuckerberg was learning mandarin. how did he do? we asked betty yu. >> his mandarin was really bad. he did have an accent. i could understand him. it wasn't all that shabby
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considering he doesn't live in china. it takes commitment. i am not a mandarin native. it is a difficult language to learn. >> he wanted to be able to communicate with his in laws. i have gotten used to the artistic light project on the bay bridge. the artist is telling us he is raising $4 million to put them back up. the state would take over the project. the lights would be a permanent feature of the bridge. >> the necklace lights were a permanent feature. they want the state to maintain them. >> he has to raise $4 million by the end of the year in time
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for san francisco to host the superbowl in 2016. first we have the world series game 3 tomorrow. >> hitting him out of the park, hunter and giants fans should be thanking a los gatos company. >> hunter pence had a clutch home run. he admits he hits the bat strange. >> some say unorthodox. >> he has been getting help from the zep baseball app. >> to see his swing in a way he couldn't see before. >> they have been analyzing swing with videos for some time. the app allows you to see it in 3d from several angles.
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you attach it and it will measure hand speed. mine is less than half of hunters, bat speed. i am chopping down and whether you have a level swing. >> he keeps his hands close to the body then out to the ball. you can rotate behind the hitter and see whether the bad and hands are casting out from the body. >> zep rolled out another app allowing you to compare your swing with your favorite player. hunter pence is batting in the world series and i'm reporting from los gatos. >> he needs practice. >> all right. all right. >> go to the batting cages.
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>> a man who caught a home run ball got a surprise today. >> ishishikawa, game 3 of the world series at a.t.&t. work. game is at 5:00. she just stopped in for bear necessities. maybe gummy bears. this bear was in an oregon super market. police trapped her in a basket. she will be in rehab before being released to the wild. we have bears in california. >> east of l.a. >> we have seen them up in
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trees, rummaging through trash cans and making themselves at home. >> a bear is in my house! my house. >> someone is looking for breakfast. >> information to be bear aware. wild life officials say black bears from adapted to urban areas used to getting food, water, and shade around homes. >> there are cubs born close to home. mom teaches you to do what you learn. >> don't attract bears to the property with trash cans. protect fish pond s. >> the bears and coyotes are
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not leaving. >> i have never really been concerned. >> despite the sirens that scare them back. they know where the food is. >> stay out of their way. do not get between a bear and where it wants to be. >> a mom and her cubs stayed for weeks in one neighborhood. >> put a deposit on the house. >> bear b.&b. we have baseball coming up. one may be impacted by rain. friday will be best weather of the three. 67 tomorrow. saturday's game likely not enough rain to cause a delay but a few showers until saturday for game 4. clear
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skies. game 5 we hope the giants are close to another world series title. we have partly cloudy skies. there is beneficial rain north of redding toward fort bragg. overnight partly cloudy, san jose 55. san rafael 53. two things i want to point out, the rain and no rain line lifting to the north. there is no rain in the forecast. number 2, look at this area of low pressure digging to the south. it is really pushing south. it is relative to us. that is the front that will get us. it is so far south. it will slam into us. rainfall is coming. it will impact your weekend.
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a few showers saturday afternoon. mainly sunny skies tomorrow, a nice friday. saturday soccer matches, maybe garage sale a little wet. all of the bay area will get rain with the heaviest rain fall. how much rain will fall? nothing yet. here comes rain, an 8th of an inch. more rainfalls. the model says santa rosa 2/3 of an inch. 1/8 of an inch.
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sunshine for most of us tomorrow. we will trend warmer and showers saturday. it is friday tomorrow, should be a nice day. 79. palo alto mid-70s. pittsburgh and walnut creek 76. morning fog. petaluma 73. rain on saturday. clear out sunday. chilly weekend. next week we are looking dry. weekend rain will impact our plans saturday. >> sounds like it. >> we will be right back. ,, look at all these children. they all lost their lives because of preventable medical errors, now the third leading cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to
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make sure impaired doctors don't treat someone you love. safeguards against prescription drug abuse. and holds the medical industry accountable for mistakes. i'm barbara boxer. let's save lives. vote yes on 46.
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less junk food.. or no junk food.. if you knew how longt would take to burn off those calories? >> would you be more likely to eat less junk food or no junk food if you knew how long it took to burn off the calories? >> many are thinking twice. >> scientists have found a way to get you into eating healthy. >> people relate to exercise
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more than calorie gls most people don't look at calorie labels. if you put down exercise data, it changes the game. >> on this nutrition label, if you see ical calories it shows 4.2-miles to walk off this soda. would it change your mind if you read it takes a 5.6-mile hike to burn off? >> people can't fit calories into the total day. >> the new fine print? >> to change labels will be extremely costly and requires research to see if it would be successful. >> not to mention. >> you can have different sizes in people, different weights
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and sexes. it isn't the same for everyone. >> food for thought. kpix5. >> i think the giants players can eat whatever they want. >> especially pablo sandoval. the eve of world series game 3. giants at home back in the routine. check in from their work out today at at&t park. ,, ♪ i thought it'd be bigger. ♪
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>> giants and their fans want to win especially at home. >> pretty cool the buses arriving. they just got out of the bus and right to the field. crazy. baseball up top. off day for the giants and royals. they flew back from kansas city. 7 game series tied at a game a piece. heading into game 3. >> how important is this game 3? of course the team that wins will take the series. >> yeah. trying to think how long it's been going and how important
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the game is. [ laughter ] i think i have heard this since late august. >> they both had work outs royals then giants. he is not in the set up video, but like christmas eve for tim hudson. he will make a world series start friday. imagine the anxiety of that. >> i sleep good every night. ask my wife. here i am on the eve of the biggest game i have ever pitched. almost a sense of relief. it is finally here, what i have hoped and dreamed for. it is finally here. >> we all want a win. you get greedy. when you see a guy like that coming to the end of his career. he didn't know if he would play. now he is on the biggest stage a player can be on and compete.
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we are happy for him. >> all right. off to the h.l. with a 5-game road trip. columbus blue jackets in white down 3-2. tied at 3. hold on. 21 seconds left. mark a tip right by and they win it 5-4. sharks have lost 3 in a row. thursday night football, peyton manning. hello. kenan allen and the river's pass, first touchdown of the season. manning at work. 3 more touchdown passes to sanders. 513 career passes. bronxbroncos win.
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sympathy from the warriors. oldest active player at 40, the santa clara product has back problems. 15 games last season. >> that's it. >> can't wait for tomorrow. let's go to break.
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it's a fresh approach on education-- superintendent of public instruction tom torlakson's blueprint for great schools. torlakson's blueprint outlines how investing in our schools will reduce class sizes, bring back music and art, and provide a well-rounded education. and torlakson's plan calls for more parental involvement. spending decisions about our education dollars should be made by parents and teachers, not by politicians. tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for a plan that invests in our public schools.
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newscast is tomorrow mornin 4-30. it's a doubleheader >> david letterman next. >> next newscast tomorrow his
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4:30. and a baseball game tomorrow. have a good night. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from the heart of broadway, across the nation and around the world, it's the "la ith david letterman. tonight... plus paul shaffer and the cbs orchestra. i'm alan kalter. and now, in 3d for the studio audience, david letterman! captioning sponsored by worldwide pants and cbs ( band playing "late show" theme ) ( cheers and applause )


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