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obtained by the "contra costa times," harrington told investigators stealing secret pictures has been going on years in the chp, stretching all the to los angeles. harrington called the photo stealing a game and said he had done the same thing to female arrestees a half a dozen times in it the last several years. text messages obtained by the "contra costa times" also show the kind of exchanges going on. in one exchange involving harrington and another officer, harrington says just rerun a favor down the road, buddy, smiley face. no charges have been filed against the officer yet but a decision will be made next week. a cop killer on the loose for hours was finally taken down by authorities in placer county. the suspect burst open fire on a deputy in sacramento and then took off to placer county shooting two more deputies and a bystander. da lin joins us live in auburn
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where the suspect was tracked down. >> reporter: yeah, this is as close as we can get to the last crime scene. the house where the gunman barricaded himself for about four hours. deputies finally got inside that house around 4:00 and arrested the man without anyone else getting hurt. a far cry from how this all started. >> officer down, officer down! >> reporter: it was a chaotic scene as a deputy saw his partner get shot in the face. it started around 10:30 this morning outside sacramento. two deputies walked up to a suspicious car. investigators say a man and woman were inside. they say the man shot one of the deputies at close range in the head killing that deputy. they say the suspects then tried to carjack a driver. when that driver fought back, he was shot in the head, as well. his condition is unknown.
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a couple of hours later, investigators say the two suspects shot two more deputies in auburn, placer county, killing one deputy and injuring the other in his arm. police arrested the woman shortly after. but did not corner the other suspect until around 4:00. sacramento sheriff scott jones says it's been a difficult day losing not just one but two deputies in two counties. here's how he describes the first deputy who was killed. >> he was a seasoned patrol officer, um, he, um, worked in the pop unit which is a very small very tight-knit group of folks, not everyone is -- is, um, selected to be a pop officer. an outstanding officer, good beat partner and a great friend. >> the first deputy killed was a 15-year veteran, danny oliver was 47 and leaves behind a wife
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and two daughters. the second deputy killed's name hasn't been released. the man under arrest is headed to the hospital, 34 years old, dealing with an injury. now, deputies say he was injured during the chase or the arrest. they still don't have a motive as to why he started this crime spree. live here in auburn in placer county, i'm da lin, kpix 5. >> da, we appreciate that. thank you. in the meantime terror spread across a washington state high school campus as a student opened fire on his classmates. 14-year-old jalen fryberg shot at five people in the cafeteria at marysville-pilchuck high school just 30 miles north of seattle. he killed one person before taking his own life. students ran out of campus classrooms with their hands raised trying to escape the chaos. four students are in critical condition at the hospital with head wounds. the hospital is still trying to
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identify the victims. >> we got the families -- a handful of families and they are making some identifications as we talk right now. >> police are investigating a possible motive and where the shooter got the gun. fryberg played on the football team and was just recently elected to it the home come court. inspectors are doing more testing but there's still no end in sight to a water contamination problem in a san jose neighborhood. for the past week now, the residents have been told to boil their water. kpix 5's mark sayre first broke the story and was in the neighborhood with state officials today. mark, what's taking them so long? >> reporter: good question. state officials say they are carefully monitoring the ongoing water testing. they can't say when the "all clear" will be given. >> reporter: inside stanley's house the water still sometimes sputters coming out of the kitchen sink and with the handful of boil water notices left at the house and free cases of drinking water
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delivered to the door, chun says he still can't believe this has all gone on for so long. >> i was really concerned because i was wondering, where does this e. coli come from? >> reporter: workers from the san jose water company are busy testing the water at every, single home in the impacted area. the problem started last week after the installation of a new water main. at this point, the exact source is not known. but it is possible an animal died or defecated in the pipe even though according to the utility's own guidelines, that should be impossible. >> there is a protocol if there's an open trench and pipe being laid in the ground we have plugs at the end of the pipe to ensure that nothing gets in there. >> reporter: it was the state water resources control board which initially ordered the boil notice and only the board can now lift the order. that will take two consecutive clean tests over a 48-hour period. as for the length of this ongoing problem? >> i would say it's a little bit longer than usual. >> reporter: for residents, it
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will be another long weekend. >> i guess we just have to buy water and wait it out until the city fixes the problem. >> reporter: that's all the residents can do. both the san jose water company and state officials say the latest testing shows contamination only on two streets, this one here sydney drive and also nearby sydney court. the board says it is possible that the restrictions in this area could be lifted in phases depending on how the testing comes out that was done today. but at this point, again, no information on a timeline. reporting live in san jose, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. the idea for a sidewalk toll for cyclists and pedestrians on the golden gate bridge is moving forward. the bridge's board of directors voted to spend two years studying how much to charge and how to collect the cash part of a financial plan to dig the district out of a $33 million hole over the next five years. the board got an earful from a packed house of protestors. >> to have people say, yes, please come to our region, come
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see sausalito, come see the marin head lins, walk along the embarcadero, come see the marin headlands but the bridge is for paying customers only. >> the board will look at other bridges that charge pedestrian tolls to see how they do it. the first-ever college game at the new levi's stadium kicks off in less than an hour. cal's game against oregon at the new santa clara stadium is another test for handling monster sized traffic jams. at least 60,000 fans are headed there. many drivers may be going for the first time. other fans are figuring out the public transit options. >> good luck. expect gridlock around san francisco tonight, as well. game 3 of the world series under way. >> the fans around the ballpark are shelling out some outrageous cash to snag a parking spot. as kpix 5's christin ayers tells us, locals are finding a way to cash in. >> reporter: we saw parking lots near this stadium going
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for anywhere from $50 to $120 and people more than willing to pay for them and on craigslist, it's even worse. people are renting out driveways and private parking spaces for up to $200. one furniture shop right across the street from at&t park has been making a killing selling its eight parking spaces on game day. they were charging about $150 today and people paid. >> parking everywhere is so expensive. i can't believe people are paying this much money around here for this. >> reporter: so what do you think when you hear people are paying $150. >> i think i'm in san francisco not kansas city. >> i wish it wasn't like that. you're already paying a lot of money to get foot park to get into the park. >> reporter: it's not bad except when you see that in kansas city, it was $15 for a season game, and $25 for parking during the world series. christin ayers, kpix 5. >> those hotel rooms for out of town fans aren't cheap, either. we talked to some kansas city fans who say they paid as much
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as $525 a night to stay within walking distance of the ballpark. a san francisco company's marketing stunt to cash in on the world series has backfired in a big way. boatbound a company that helps people renter that boats sent out a tweet said it just acquired the naming rights to mccovey cove in time for game 3 of the world series. the new name? boatbound bay. giants refute it saying, the claim that naming rights of mccovey cove are sold is a hoax and false and it's completely disrespectful to one of the greatest san francisco giants of all time. >> it's meant to get positive publicity for a company or individual. this is the opposite of it. this is resulting in nothing but bad feelings and people feeling defrauded and angered. >> pr expert sam singer says any publicity is not
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necessarily good publicity and this is an p.m. boatbound says it will be making a donation to the port of san francisco to help with the upkeep of mccovey cove as a result of the hoax. flames broke out still trapped in the car unconscious, what police had to do to save her. >> california's cut back on water but it's still not enough. one man's solution raise the price. we'll hear him next. >> and a woman is back with her puppy stolen in a burglary. we talk to the person responsible for that happy reunion. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: "friday night lights" we are live tonight in concord and the football team behind me has not lost to another northern california team in 23 years. but they are playing the number 2 team tonight. who's going to win? we'll have a preview and a forecast with rain for the weekend. that's coming up.
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an unconscious woman trapped in a burning car this police camera video shows newark police officers risking their safety to save her. the driver crashed the car into a tree last night. officers worry that the car would explode but they cut the seatbelt and were able to free the woman inside. four people in milpitas had to be rescued from the roof of their home this morning after fire broke out. when firefighters got there, two people jumped know their arms. the others were rescued with ladders. this happened at a two-story home on farmcrest street. one person was taken to the hospital with burns but is doing okay tonight. unfortunately, the family dog died in the fire. a young woman doing remarkably well after being seriously hurt in a hit-and-run accident. all cameras captured the incident on saturday in vallejo. police say anna and a friend were intentionally run down by a man who was upset about a bad relationship. the woman says her daughter could be released from the
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hospital in five days. a second woman was not hurt as badly. water is at a premium and now a stanford researcher says raising the price is the best way to get through the drought. kiet do reports. >> reporter: when you have low supply and high demand this might be a good time to consider raising the price of water. >> there's nothing like a drought to point out the obvious. >> reporter: it's a no-brainer says stanford researcher buzz thompson who released a paper entitled, the path to innovation. thompson says water utilities who charge the same rate to all customers need to stop. >> the best way of encouraging people to could serve is to charge people who use for water higher prices. >> reporter: -- who use more water higher prices. >> reporter: the more you use, the more it costs. we're not talking about raising the price on normal households. if you use a lot of water, you're going to fill up a
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swimming pool or something, that might push you into a higher bracket which means your water bill goes way up making you think twice about installing a pool or even watering the lawn. what's more, researchers say higher prices would spur innovation in technologies like a new type of membrane that promises to make desalinization more affordable. >> but without adequate prices for water you see a dampening of technological investment. >> reporter: governor brown says there's no magic bullet for the drought and water pricing is only part of the solution. a history of being the bad guy. do you want to be the bad guy in this case when it comes to water prices? >> there's a role for the state, but there's a much bigger role for localities. so these decisions on how to price water will be made in a variety of locations but i mean
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to convene all the stakeholders and get it right. >> agriculture uses 80% of the water in the state and the recommendation would be to create a market to let them sell what they don't use. plans expand the oakland zoo hit a snag. residents have protested the taking away of 77 acres of park next to the zoo. the commission decided not to recommend approval of the project to other city officials. 75% of the people in a recent poll say the zoo should go back to the drawing board and come up with another idea. so all season we have been taking you around the bay area for "friday night lights" football. tonight chief meteorologist paul deanno live in concord. >> reporter: i'll tell you what if you are going to talk about football in the bay area, high school football, you can't get three one or two sentences without talking about school behind me. it is de la salle having not lost a game to a northern california opponent since 1991. we have had two president
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bushes since then. de la salle number one, foothill high school from pleasanton number 2. we have already done a de la salle game and a foot hill game but number one versus number 2 you have to come back, the biggest friday night lights game of the year starts in 42 minutes and 12 seconds. high temperatures today because we have to set the stage for what could be a stormy weekend, not tonight but early tomorrow. ahead of a front that will arrive tonight, low 80s for some of you, livermore 80, morgan hill 81, san jose 78. san rafael hit 74. fremont your high today 74. san francisco 68 degrees. kpix 5 hi-def doppler completely clear now. it will be for the next couple of hours. but rapidly moving in from the west a strong front bringing us both rain and wind. so an impact this weekend tomorrow fisherman's wharf, the clam chowder tasting party could be wet and windy at times 65 degrees. and the boo at the zoo we were just talking about the oakland zoo, showers likely saturday especially saturday morning. drier weather on sunday with highs around 70.
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there is a cold front coming. you certainly couldn't tell outside today virtually no cloud cover. it's a quick moving front though. it will rapidly turn wet and windy overnight tonight. already getting breezy out here in concord. you can see the wind gusts on our futurecast product here. widespread 15, 20, 25, 30 miles per hour. enough to knock a lot of leaves off the trees and maybe small branches in your neighborhood. then at the coast, winds will likely exceed 30 miles per hour. especially tomorrow morning as the front passes and there's a wind advisory in effect for the coast and the higher elevations coming up tomorrow. tomorrow upper 60s, wet, windy, scattered showers into the afternoon. fremont 69. pacifica 66. vallejo 69. sunday the calmer day over the weekend. so soggy tomorrow at times, sunday we're drier though and then next week, we trend dry with partly to mostly sunny skies. 70s near the bay and also inland. back out here live the clouds are building over the east bay hills as the southerly winds draw up ahead of our storm system. we are going to be fine for
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"friday night lights" tonight. but tomorrow morning, soccer matches, anything outside, rain and wind. it's a rare treat for us and it's coming right over the weekend. back to you in the studio. plenty of nfl football coming up this sunday on kpix 5. 10 a.m. it's the seahawks against the panthers, also a 1:25 p.m. kickoff for the raiders versus the browns. go, raiders! you can catch the "5th quarter" after that game. still ahead, they hack into computer systems hoping to score people's personal information. why no one is calling the cops and the bay area link to the people called white hat hackers. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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say alejandro velazquez and bernardo v two people have been arrested in a napa home break- in. police say alejandra velazquez and bernardo velazquez ransacked the home. don ford says the thieves stole something else very valuable. >> reporter: sometime before
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noon in broad daylight yesterday, two men broke into this house stealing wallets, handbags and something else. >> about a six-week-old puppy. >> reporter: a puppy? >> somebody took their puppy. >> reporter: bella, a small mixed breed puppy dog. napa police went straight to the facebook page and posted a picture of the poor pooch. right away, it paid off. >> i happened to be parked with some time to kill so i was looking at my facebook page. and two gentlemen approached my vehicle. >> reporter: this tipster who doesn't want to be identified recognized what they were holding and started taking these photos then called 911. i never imagined that i would see that puppy. >> but you did. >> i did. >> reporter: police arrested alejandro velazquez and his brother bernardo. police also recovered most of the other stolen stuff, too. >> i can't give her enough credit. it was absolutely wonderful that she did it. without her help, you know,
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these people may not have ever gotten their dog back. >> reporter: now bella is safe at home and the family is overjoyed. all due to the power of social media and folks who are willing to step up and get involved. in napa, don ford, kpix 5. silicon valley startup has developed some technology to let dispatchers know when a police officer's weapon has been fired. the new product by yard arm technologies would also track where the gun is located and in which direction it was fired. santa cruz sheriff's office is working with the company to test that device. it would be placed on an officer's weapon and communicate through a smartphone using bluetooth. >> today's cyber world is like the wild, wild west in some respects where the good guys wear white hats, the bad guys wear black. >> as kpix 5's allen martin tells us, now the white hats are in big demand and getting paid good money. >> reporter: in the middle of the night, around the world,
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hundreds of hackers sit down and get to work. their goal? to deliberately break into computer systems and digital devices. >> if i can steal sensitive information any can hijack their accounts. >> these are the good guys. >> reporter: they are called white hat hackers. all have been hired by a single bay area security firm to seek out and find those vulnerabilities before the black hats or the bad guys do. jay kaplan heads up a security firm in redwood city recruiting security experts who have full time day jobs. >> they are security experts working for big tech companies, security consultants. >> reporter: it offers them the opportunity to make a little cash on the side by breaking into systems owned by its clients. the crowdsourcing offers a distinct advantage. >> i can look at things differently which somebody from inside can probably miss. >> reporter: another perk for the client hackers only get paid if they find a problem. >> it causes them to have a mentality shift to think
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outside the box on the come up with extremely creative solutions. >> reporter: in just a few months, one hacker netted $30,000. >> i would say this is good idea. >> reporter: he is vice president of security at fire eye in milpitas where experts monitor a growing number of sophisticated cyber attacks. he says there's plenty of work to go around, however -- >> make sure these are indeed good people. you know? background check, skill check. >> reporter: he says it does just that. plus more. >> this goes back to our vetting process which is really stringent. >> reporter: and from cars to thermostats as everyday things become more and more connected online, the need will only grow. allen martin, kpix 5. >> how much money do they get paid depends on the flaw but on average, it ranges from $100 to $5,000 per find. >> good work if you can get it. tesla just hired 20 of these hackers after someone tried to crack into its car system. coming up in our next half- hour, other students say he was well liked so what sent off a
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high school freshman to open fire in a deadly school shooting? >> and crews in new york city take on ebola. what they are doing to try to keep the virus from spreading after the latest case.
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freshman who opened fire on campus outside seattle... killing at least one other student before we are learning more about that high school freshman who opened fire on a campus outside of seattle killing at least one other student before killing himself. welcome back, i'm ken bastida. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. four people were critically injured with head wounds, two undergoing surgery. the unfolding details of what happened in that cafeteria this morning. >> reporter: it is the kind of call no parent wants to receive. >> my son had called me up and -- and, you know, right after it happened, dad, dad, please come get me. there's been a shooting. someone's shooting. there's a gun. >> reporter: it was around 10:30 a.m. pacific time. students gathered in a crowded cafeteria at marysville- pilchuck high school. 40 miles north of seattle. when fellow students and eyewitnesses say freshman jalen fryberg opened fire. >> and at first i thought it was just someone making a really loud noise with like a bag like a big loud pop until i
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heard four more after that. and i saw three kids just fall from the table. >> reporter: he was considered to be a well liked student, the scene he created in the cafeteria was chaotic. >> i jumped under table as fast as i could and when it stopped, i looked back up and saw he was trying to reload his gun. and when that happened, i just ran in the opposite direction as fast as i could. >> reporter: three of the injured students were taken to a nearby hospital where they immediately went into surgery. a fourth was transferred to seattle for treatment. >> unfortunately, we have seen these shootings across the country. we had dreaded this day in this community. but we were prepared to handle these kids when they came here. >> reporter: a day they dreaded and are now left to deal with the aftermath and attempt to figure out what went wrong. >> the school is no longer an active shooting scene but investigators will continue to work through the night there. the campus will be closed through next week.
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new york police say an unprovoked hatchet attack on officers was an act of terror. video shows the suspect charging at a group of officers yesterday on a busy street with the hatchet. one officer is in critical condition with a head wound. police say zale thompson is a muslim convert who ranted online against america, though he had no ties to any particular group. police shot and killed him. new yorkers are being told to remain calm, this after a doctor diagnosed with the ebola virus did many everyday things new yorkers do. cleaning crews started scrubbing down dr. craig spencer's upper manhattan apartment today. he returned from treating ebola patients in west africa last week. residents are allowed to come and go from the building. but some neighbors don't think that should be allowed. the doctor had been out and about in the city all week eating at restaurants, bowling, jogging and riding the subway.
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health officials cleared the bowling alley to re-open. and now certain travelers returning to new york area airports will face new screenings and possibly mandatory quarantine. she beat ebola and now she is getting a bear hug from the president. 26-year-old nina pham was all smiles this afternoon in the oval office. she was the dallas initialing who got sick from ebola. she was -- she was the dallas nurse who got sick from ebola. she was given plastic in a from fellow ebola survivor dr. kent brantly. she was released today. >> i feel fortunate and bless blessed to be standing here today. as a nurse i have a special appreciation for the care i have received. >> she asked for privacy as she continues to get her health back. she offered prayers to fellow nurse amber vinson who also contracted ebola. doctors say vinson is free of the virus but is not ready to be released from care. a southern california family has set sail on a decade long voyage around the world. nathan and cindy walter of
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camarillo left the channel islands this week on a 38-foot sailboat. their 2-year-old daughter is with them and cindy is pregnant. tonight they are spending time in san diego before heading south to mexico. now, some parents are criticized for taking small children on that type of adventure. a family was rescued at sea last april. one of the children got sick. >> 10 years. still ahead, no more nokia. you may remember, these trusty old phones. now the brand that once dominate the market is gone. >> plus, not exactly under the weather. the most outrageous excuses people are using to call in sick and the most common ways they get caught. ,,
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lopreventable medical errors,hey all lnow the third leadingse of cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to 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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the liquidation sales have already started. some of say good-bye to the kmart store in san leandro. they will be closing that down in december. the liquidation sales have already begun. some of the 102 employees will receive sevens and can apply for -- severance and can apply for open positions at sears and other kmart stores part of an ongoing plan to close stores and save money. chances are one of your first cell phones was a nokia. now new owner microsoft is doing away with that brand for phones. microsoft is retiring the name nokia. soon, all microsoft phones will be called lumia phones. it's the end of an era for nokia and for finland, the birthplace of the brand. okay, so cold and flu season is almost here. that means lots of workers
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calling in sick. but sometimes people exaggerate. alison harmelin reports. >> reporter: no matter what you do for a living, some days you just don't feel like going to work. >> i told my boss that i was really feeling bad and i was throwing up. >> reporter: were you? >> no. i said i was sick. >> reporter: were you sick? >> sort of. >> reporter: a new poll from career builder finds nearly 33% of people called in sick even though they were fine. the most common reason, they just wanted a day to relax. some planned to run errands and others wanted to sleep but the digital age is making it easier to get caught. one out of four bosses say they busted an employee by checking their social media accounts. >> they call in sick then post a picture of themselves at a ballgame or whatever it may be. >> reporter: but some employee excuses in the survey were more creative. one employee said, they just put a casserole in the oven and couldn't work. another woke up in a good mood and didn't want to ruin it. and one worker's uniform caught on fire when they put it in the microwave to dry it. >> the silliest excuse? >> reporter: john davis says an
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employee of his tried to blame new footwear. >> i bought new shoes. they do not fit. i cannot come into work. >> reporter: that's awesome. what was your response? >> my response is, when you get the new shoes, go find a new job. [ laughter ] >> reporter: but if you don't tell the truth, the joke might be on you. 20% of bosses says they have fired a worker for lying about being sick. alison harmelin for cbs news, new york. >> ouch. well, the poll found workers in sales and business services are the most likely to call in sick. employees in i.t. and retail were the least likely. >> people are just bad liars. >> broadcasters, we don't really -- >> it's more work. >> it is. >> to think of an excuse than to work itself sometimes. still ahead her mom needed help and she did not hesitate. >> how tonight's student rising above is helping her family overcome struggles.
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few minutes... we'll introduce you to a student helping shoulder all the fa responsibilities... while lending more than just a helping hand, coming up in a few minutes we'll introduce you to a student helping to shoulder family responsibilities while getting ready to go to college. >> first time for "friday night lights." paul deanno live in concord with the two top high school teams in the bay area battling it out tonight. paul. >> reporter: absolutely. it is number one versus number 2. now, more often than not number one is de la salle haven't lost to a team in northern california since 1991. this is the number 2 team from pleasanton foothill high school. they say you know what? we are 7-0, as well. and guess what, we can put a lot of points on the board, as well. this is going to be perhaps the best bay area football game of the year. and we are just 16 minutes away from "friday night lights."
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although we are rain-free right now, not going to be the case over the weekend. tomorrow morning, going to wake up to a whole different ballgame. it's going to be very wet and windy. golden gate bridge if the background some weather information in the foreground. upper 60s for you in san bruno. oakland and livermore, 68 degrees in san jose. 64 down to in santa rosa. 65 in san francisco. we'll take a look at kpix 5 hi- def doppler radar which is completely clear for now. but tomorrow morning, it will not be. moving in the with the rain will be wind, higher elevations of the mountains wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour as this front moves through. small drought stressed trees will come down and power lines, as well. leaves will blow off the trees by wind tomorrow morning. there is a cold front on approach. it's strong. it's not going down as a major
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windstorm but certainly the biggest one we have seen in a while. with a quick moving front, the quick dash of rainfall tomorrow morning that could be moderate to heavy at times and then showers scattered behind. that futurecast paints it out. dry evening. tomorrow morning, a line of steady rainfall at 7 a.m. and then throughout the day there's cold, unstable air behind the front of the so there will be a chance of showers and even a slight chance of an afternoon thunderstorm especially in the north bay coming up tomorrow. so rather brisk, blustery and rather wet saturday. if you have any plans to be outside tomorrow weather will be an impediment. cloudy windy tonight, rain tomorrow morning for everybody with strong winds, on-and-off showers throughout the evening. high temperatures low tomorrow. 71 morgan hill. santa clara milpitas and rain and 70. walnut creek 71. dublin 70. martinez, benicia, 70.
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stormy morning in petaluma. 68 degrees. san francisco 68. oakland 71. highs not that high for ukiah, 60, lakeport 59, rain and a few thunderstorms possible for you. now, sunday not warmer but sunnier. less rainfall. zero rainfall on sunday. we are a dry for the second half of the weekend and monday and tuesday we're drying out and warming up. next week wednesday approaching 80 inland mid-70s near the bay. the young spartans are here getting ready for a football game. the crowd is filling up. we have ourselves number one versus number two. >> whoo! >> foothill from pleasanton, de la salle for concord. the kids are fired up! their saying, you know what? in eight years i'm going to be on this field. right now i'm watching a good game. we have one and two right here in concord. good night for football before the rain moves in. >> doesn't get any better. >> yes. >> thanks.
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all right. tonight's student rising above is a provider. wendy tokuda has her story. >> reporter: on a saturday morning, miss lopez is helping other mom clean a client's home. her mom had multiple operations for carpal tunnel syndrome but as a single mother, she has to work even if she is in pain. >> she just continues pushing and it scares me to know that she takes the pain because of the necessity. >> reporter: so shah reasoning helps out. she works in the summer as well at a tutoring center. >> she will be able to take the bus to school and it means she will be able to put food on the table. >> reporter: her mother has had other health problems. appendicitis, ovarian cancer. and diabetes. she has a heart condition as well but she has learned something important from her mom. >> she taught me strength to set priorities and goals. >> reporter: starting here at
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envision high in oakland. a college prep charter school. i'm going to go to school, graduate college and we rent have to struggle. >> when it's at home in the classroom you feel her presence. she cooks and makes here is her family is okay. >> making sure the sister is ready for school and has her own assignments done. >> reporter: officer is still at school on this day but she helps her mother with her homework. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: she is trying to learn english. jobs are limited not just because of language. her mom's health makes their financial situation unpredictable. they live month to month. >> it's really terrifying not knowing if you are going to have food for the next month. >> reporter: but for now there is food and for the student there is great hope. >> it helps me fight harder
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than expected. it taught me to just keep moving. >> reporter: wendy tokuda, kpix 5. >> great attitude and just over a week ago, she went to visit wesleyan university. now, you can help give students like her the break that they need. go to kpix.com/sra, for more information. think about this one for a minute. when you go to a restaurant, how much do you typically tip? 10%? 15? 20? some bay area restaurants are about to tack on 20% to every bill whether you like it or not. we are going to have details on bay area nightbeat tonight at 10:00 on the cw. we'll be right back. ,,
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californians are discovering the real risks behind prop 46. it was written and paid for by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has
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"too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46.
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vern glenn has our sports report tonight from the only game in town. vern. >> reporter: awfully quiet outside the ballpark. world series game three it's been a grind for the giants. the scoreboard tells you a little bit of what's going on. 2-0 royals as they scratched out a run in the 1st inning an rbi in the 6th inning and the giants have been unable to get anything going offensively so
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the royals in command after 6. royals outfielder gerard dyson, he is patrolling center field tonight making his first start of the play-offs. but if baseball doesn't work out for this fella, he might have a future in basketball. do my eyes play tricks on me or was that you jamming a basketball the other night at an nba game? >> yeah, i jammed it. i got a few ups. >> reporter: you took like three steps and you ra n it home. >> i can do that. i got a 39.5 vertical. i don't worry about that. >> reporter: all right. now, joe madden will not return to the rays next season. he opted out of his contract after nine seasons in tampa where he led the small market rays to the world series in 2007. and four play-off appearances. [ chanting ]
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yeah. bear territory is expanding down to santa clara tonight as cal will host sixth ranked oregon and levi's stadium in just a few minutes. but in spite of both teams averaging over 40 points per game, bears wide receiver steven anderson doesn't want a shootout. >> i played linebacker growing up through pop warner, high school and also play safety. so i would appreciate if the defense can just shut 'em out. i mean be i know that, um, with most teams, that's kind of not realistic against oregon. >> reporter: all right. as with any men's team sport, it is a band of brothers. but there is a school down in san jose that has taken that brother act to another level. >> let's make sure we do this right. >> reporter: that's coach mike machado. up tempo practice at valley christian.
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if a football team is a band of brothers, check number 5 on the left and number 10 on the right. the brothers johnson. which one's the funnier one? >> he is. >> yeah. i think i am. >> reporter: which one's the responsible one? >> i am. >> oh, okay. >> both of us. >> i'm. me! [ laughter ] >> reporter: colin a 6'5" junior wideout has been called by publications as the best in his position in the bay area. the university of texas took notice. colin is already committed. >> it's like a religion down there. they eat, breathe, sleep football. >> reporter: it gets better. his brother kurt, a 6'1" senior runningback with eye-popping stats and heavy credentials committed to texas first. >> playing college football anywhere is great, you're blessed. playing with your brother, same team? that's going to be great. >> doesn't get better than that, also on the same side of
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the ball, um, so chose in age, just like 18 months apart. >> reporter: but get this. they won't be the first in the johnson family to wear a longhorn uniform. their dad johnnie johnson, a two-time all american defensive back at texas followed by a 10- year nfl career. dad is in the college football hall of fame. >> first time they run out and they play the texas fight, horn signs go up, that's going to be special each an every month. it was special for me and it's going to be really special that i get the opportunity to watch both boys follow in my footsteps. >> reporter: they get to work together this last year at the high school level. a driving force in valley christian's quest for a winning season. yeah, the brothers johnson, i have gotten to know their dad john a little bit and i know he is a proud papa. back here at at&t park, a
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whole 43,000, they are just waiting for something to be proud about here as the giants are trying to mount something against the kansas city royals who have commanded it. as i understand it, tim lincecum is warming up a little bit. maybe we'll get to see him come in. that will ignite the crowd. back to you, ken and veronica. we'll see you a little bit later on. >> kind of like one of those series if you don't get it done by the 6th inning you may be out of luck. >> yeah. >> reporter: yeah. herrera, davis and holland. awfully tough to beat. >> all right. we'll have highlights later on on the cw at 10:00 and kpix 5 at 11. >> see you then. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,, look at all these children. they all lost their lives because of
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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 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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joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are you folks doing? how are you folks doing? how are you folks? hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. we got another good one for you today. returning for the second day from san mateo, california, it's the electona family. [cheering] >> woo! steve: and out of phoenix, arizona, it's the sawtelle family. [cheering] ha ha! everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and a shot at driving out of here in a brand-new head-turning ford fusion right there. let's play "feud." give me
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kathy, give me mike. let's go. ["family feud" theme plays] guys, here we go. we've got the top 7 answers on the board. name a reason tarzan might wear a black loin cloth. mike. >> he just went to the bathroom. steve: he just went to the bathroom. >> to cover his private area. steve: to cover his private area. >> ha ha! steve: pass or play? >> we're gonna play! steve: they're gonna play. well, little old sami, nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you, too. steve: what do you do for a living, darling? >> i'm a full-time student. steve: ok, where? >> byu idaho. steve: byu. ok. brigham young university. ok, in idaho. they have a branch. i didn't know that. >> yeah, they do. steve: what's your major? >> marriage and family therapy. steve: marriage and family therapy. >> yeah. steve: hey, i've been married 3 times. >> you're good at that...

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