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model of the wrong way car. is >> we have a taxicab. a silver car, i cannot tell what it is. >> reporter: the wrong way driver collision, the 25th in the bay area this year. officers say the 34-year-old emily ross of hillsboro, was driving on the wrong direction of 101 this morning and crashed head-on with the taxi. the taxi driver, a 42-year-old had just picked up a couple at sfo. the tourists were from the chicago area. a 57-year-old mary miller and a 60-year-old man. >> i never saw this kind of accident. it hurts. >> reporter: hello cabdrivers said that he had a great personality. >> he was a nice guy. he never had a problem with anybody. he was friendly. he was a nice guy. >> reporter: he says that he was from bulgaria, and he was
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active in the turkish community. he is survived by a daughter. >> he was really such a dedicated driver. i am very sorry. >> reporter: the chp says the wrong way traffic collisions this year have killed 18 people. most of them were caused by dui drivers. they say there was nothing that he could have done to avoid this accident. >> i feel badly for him. >> reporter: the chp says that emily ross while driving under the influence. we are told still try to find out from the chp, whether it was alcohol or drugs. for now, live in san francisco. kpix5. right now we are learning about a shooting that left two people dead in a richmond neighborhood. there were caught multiple
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gunshots. one of the victims was flown to the hospital by helicopter in critical condition. chopper five is over the scene, where investigators have put market markers for evidence. former vice president joe biden is making a campaign swing through the bay area right now. he is at a fundraiser at senator dianne feinstein san francisco home. he started his date in palo alto. emily turner got a chance to talk to some of his supporters. emily? >> reporter: yeah, it is a big day. says california has moved his primary up, it has become incredibly important in this election. joe biden is on the ground trying to make the most of it. amid a flurry of questions, joe biden, went to his first of three bay area fundraisers today. >> this is really a tough.
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basically, to be on the highest level. >> reporter: tickets sold for $1500-$2000. he stuck to his campaign visit and avoided president trump's allegations. but supporters were ready to way in. >> his comments were completely inappropriate for a president of the united states. his conduct has been out of bounds. for a president to seek foreign assistance, to smear a political opponent, is completely un-american. >> reporter: elizabeth warren leads the pack with 23%. joe biden closely behind her at 22%. joe -- bernie sanders at 21%. kamala harris comes way behind that 8%. dangerous ground, says cbs political advisor. >> if she cannot do that, then
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it is probably lights out. >> reporter: that and the effects of this troubling bite in controversy, remain to be seen. >> one of the biggest concerns has been, who can defeat the president? if through this episode, if joe biden cannot explain this way and make it go away, this is a sign that he is not best equipped to take on the president next year. >> reporter: so joe biden will finish out the night in san francisco, tomorrow they're spending the day and said southern california. the first primary is happening on march 3. this will really be the ultimate tell all of this race. reporting live in palo alto, emily turner, kpix5. >> we continually update our coverage on the presidential campaign, you can find information on our website kpix.com. there is a new state law giving san francisco more power
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to help the mentally hill to get treatment. this gives them more leeway. the patients who qualify for treatment after their eighth involuntary hold. the new law would target about 100 people cycling through san francisco services. governor newsom also signed legislation to lessen the push and pull between charter schools. it also requires schools if they are under serving students. this evening we are learning have some pretty terrifying moments for middle schoolers in the east bay. antioch residents tell us that multiple rounds of gunfire sent people running for cover. residents say that extra policing in the area is not enough to keep them safe. >> reporter: well, this happened right after school.
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here in antioch. this is when all of this went down yesterday afternoon. people say that they were worried about a possible repeat. the antioch pd making their presence known. after somebody pulled a gun and fired off rounds, just off campus wednesday afternoon. >> i just heard more yelling and yelling. >> reporter: this neighbor who did not want to be identified, she heard gunfire while she was in her driveway. is >> i heard them, i ran back inside. my sister was trying to get her to the back of the room. >> reporter: neighbors tell kpix5, between two and three shots were fired . one of those rounds grazed the leg of a grandmother. this sent middle schoolers running for cover. >> i guess they were young and frightened.
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the guy was waving a gun around and stuff like that. >> reporter: antioch pd is looking for the person that pulled the trigger. and the school district address safety concerns today. neighbors want more. >> there like 11, 12 years old. so, i think there's to be more security around here. >> reporter: it is believed that the person that pulled the trigger in this neighborhood, that they are somehow affiliated with the school. whether they are -- of course, the police department needs to find them first. emeryville is stepping into house homeless families from oakland. this recreation center on san pablo avenue will be turned into a homeless shelter. officials say that while the city's homeless population has risen, most of the pressure
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comes from large encampments. the new shelter is said to house up to 25 families. if you missed our series of "project home" last night , she is one of the longest survivor heart transplant recipients in the country. in june, black mold was found in her apartment. this could compromiser her fragile immune system. but she cannot move. you can see the full story online at kpix.com . and you can send your story at projecthome@cbs.com . san francisco public safety leaders are getting ready for some big crowds starting tomorrow. dozens of events are e same tim from hardly strictly bluegrass, to the warriors preseason game at the chase center, two fleet
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week festivities. today city, state and military leaders got together to talk about their plan. there will be extra firefighters, paramedics and police on duty. and the coast guard patrol will be in the water and on land. they will stay coordinated and vigil. >> of you see something, say something. speak up, call us, if it is an emergency, call 911. we have been planning for this for months. along with our city and our federal partners. is >> and public safety leaders h in case you get separated llfro ur gro up. and you can sign up for emergency alerts by texting fleet week sf. crossing the bay just got easier. a new way get to get to the chase center without the traffic
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headache. plus, it may be smooth sailing for a better street, but drivers could be out of luck. and the music attendees hope that the security will not kill their beds at the festival. there is a shadow on the bay bridge right now on the san francisco bay. as we look out live. temperatures will get warmer. we will talk about that and your weekend forecast, coming up.
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♪ no need to deal with
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traffic next time you go to the chase center. >> that's right, a ferry is going to whisk passengers across the bay. >> reporter: trying to get to one of the warrior games or any of the other events at the chase center, is just not a good idea. now you have another option. it is now in place at pier 48. today the san francisco mayor saw it. the new temporary dock is located between the chase center , behind the giants parking lot. it will save areas from alameda and larkspur. from the water the chase center is easy to spot. preseason games are starting,
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so getting up and running, was a high priority. >> this is the future of san francisco. making it possible for people to get around easily. >> reporter: not everybody is on board. >> i live close to a bart station. most of my friends near close to a bart station. >> i would use part. the reason why i would use part is because at the new chase arena -- >> if you could take the ferry to get anywhere, you take the very. it is peaceful. you don't need to be worried, if you get motion sickness, it is not like that. >> reporter: the service starts this weekend. in san francisco, kpix5. and construction on a permanent very terminal still needs a final permits. it expected to be opened by
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2021. it could be much quicker, unless you are driving a car. the market street plan widens sidewalks, and rolls out the red carpet for buses going up and down. but all cars would be banned from the main thoroughfare. >> we have people and bicycles. we have people walking. i mean it is crowded, especially during the commute hours in the morning and the evening. it is important to make sure that people are safe. is >> the plan still needs final approval from three separate agencies this month. the city hopes to start work as soon as january. and a rebuild of a major part of one-to-one could cause chaos for commuters next summer. it is known as the maze. officials say that it is
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falling apart. for months starting in july of next year, crews will replace an 800 foot section and strengthen the bridge columns underneath. this will affect both north and southbound lanes. backups could stretch as long as six miles. payments processed by square now welcomed businesses that sale cbd private products. the san francisco-based square company say that they must be him derived and contained less than .3% thc. the word personal can computer maker is cutting jobs. they're hoping that this will result in an annual savings. hp will also have a new ceo.
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the annual hardly strictly bluegrass music festival is back this week. >> a three-day event at golden gate park is now in its 19th year. it started out as strictly traditional, acoustic bluegrass. overtime, the festival included punk rock, new orleans funk, and heart and soul, just to name a few. >> security will be tight again this year, after what happened at the gilroy guard festival. there will be checkpoints for attendees to go through. you can no longer bring hard alcohol, or glass containers. good news, it is going to be the perfect weekend. the weather is going to be phenomenal. >> sunscreen. the october sunshine is as strong as the april sunshine.
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even when it is fall, that sunshine can be strong. it will be sunny in san francisco. make sure that you have a lot o evening. we told you that a front would come through. the breeze kicked up and the temperatures have dropped a bit. still a 20 miles per hour in pleasanton. 18 inã17 in fairfield. the cool spot, san francisco, 61. with clear skies, we will be chilly tonight. redwood sitting down to 49. santa rosa, 41. your forecast for hardly strictly bluegrass, golden gate park, how about the 70s with mainly sunny skies. we have a change coming. it looks like that low pressure
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is ready to move out. we have two contestants. the ridge is going to win. the atmosphere is going to warm up. less of the ocean breeze and less of that canadian air weving in. mo e llfuture cast. no clouds in the morning. now? in the afternoon as we begin your weekend. the first weekend of october. no clouds as well. if you're headianscgrto. ng aw 85ay degrees on saturday. make plans for a sunny and warm weekend. there will be a modest cooling coming up next week. mid to upper 70s inland. mid-70s for son is a. upper 60s for san francisco.
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a warmer saturday, a warmer sunday, and a warmer monday. highs inland, mid to upper 80s. cooler next week, but all in all very pleasant through the weekend and through the first full week of october. the oakland a's manager. his meltdown. that is next. ♪ ♪ kpix5 weather is sponsored by mancini sleep world. announcer: time magazine reports: "the new american
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addiction. how juul hooked kids and ignited a public health crisis." other news outlets report- juul took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. markets e-cigarettes with kid friendly flavors and uses nicotine to addict them. 5 million kids use e-cigarettes. juul is "following big tobacco's playbook." and now, juul is pushing prop c to overturn e-cigarette protections. vote no on juul.
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no on big tobacco. no on prop c. nine straight losses for
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the oakland athletics. avoid wildcard games at all costs. >> we won a lot of games last couple of years. what we need to do is when the division, to play a longer series. >> they have a chance to get back into the game. nine runners on base. they failed to get an extra-base. only 14 runs in their final seven games. including 0-31. >> i have to say, you have to kind of take a step back and try to figure out how to do damage. we really haven't been able to do that. so i'm just thinking about myself. >> the rookies struck out. this
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is just one of the reasons that the oakland a's are in great shape for 2020. he is expected to join a rotation and add to the young talent already in place. >> we are going to get better. as good as this year was, i feel like we are going to get better next year. the former giant, now for the braves. four more runs in the ninth inning. he had the go-ahead hit. the cardinals rally late and they take game one in atlanta, 7-6. he is on injured reserve with a knee injury. the rookie receiver was also placed on ir, he has a back injury. he is eligible to return.the 49ers brought back the veteran.
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meanwhile the raiders opposed the bears. the offensive line will be tasked. >> he is special man, that is my brother. it is going to be fun to compete against him. >> he would love to add to his buddy, derek carr. the first of their first round picks was jacobs. >> who has one the trade? i think that both teams are winning the trade. i think if you could get jacobs on your team, i think that is the be to do. turmthraiders have endured, you win in london,
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you're looking pretty good. >> amazing. thank you. the cbs evening news is coming up next. >> nora o'donnell is here with a preview. tonight on the cbs evening news, starting the research finds that lung damage, a huge settlement. a huge settlement in the deadliest mass shooting in history. will me a teenager that parties nearly every weekend to make a difference in the lives of children in need. that and more on the cbs evening news.
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♪ san francisco, getting an early holiday gift this year. >> the department store is returning to union square. comes new owners will open a
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pop-up store for the holidays. they were long known for their elaborate christmas. once more the pop-up will be on gump's old location. >> back in the day, right? >> christmas is around the corner. seriously. thank you so much for watching the news that 6:00. the cbs evening news is next. we see you back here on the new kpix5 news at 7:00. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems,
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or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. where to next? captioning spons captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: breaking tonight-- new vaping numbers. illnesses top 1,000 with deaths on the rise.starw research finds vaping-related injuries resemble chemical burns, like those from mustard gas used in war. also tonight, stories of heroism in the crash of a world war ii- era plane. new details on the victims and the investigation. the president doubles down, openly inviting another foreign government to investigate joe biden and his son. and voters sound off to members ou congress. >> you didn't pledge an oath to the president. you pledged it to our country. you pledged it to our constitution. >> o'donnell: a landmark ndmalement in the worst mass shooting in u.s. history. how much will m.g.m. pay the las vegas victims and their families?
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