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>> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney live in san jose. this morning the police chief is going to be talking about the rash of shootings involving police officers. five in the past month. the story coming up. >> reporter: i'm amy hollyfield live in herman plaza occupy sf protesters are surprised but happy to still be here. they thought for sure police would make them move out overnight. good morning mainly clear conditions around the bay. clouds at the coast they will buy a cooler trend to our forecast. it -- they will bring a cooling trend to our forecast. good morning. so far so good. some activity on the mcarthur freeway 580 on ramp shutdown
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more on that. a lot going on this tuesday morning. 5 a.m. thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. and i'm kristen sze san jose police will hold a news conference to answer questions on the sixth shooting this year involving officers. they killed a suspect sunday. some are blaming the recent surge in police pulling their guns on budget cuts. terry mcsweeney is live at the police department. >> reporter: the chief is going to be meeting with the media today about 11:00 talking about the cases the shootings, sixth year involving san jose police officers. also promising new information on the cases. take a look at the most recent shooting this is the one that happened sunday at the parkside terrace apartment complex. the sixth police shooting this year. three have been deadly. not known if the suspect was armed in the recent shooting. seven police shootings total over the past two years. this is the worst year since
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2004. the police auditor who checks to see if procedure was followed in shootings, says there has been only one citizen complaint so far in 2011. >> it is very upsetting to know that people -- anyone has been killed and so many this year. >> reporter: she tells the mercury news the police department is required to convene a panel to review shootings, none has taken place for a year. that could be because five happened in the past month and officers are trying to get their information together. why so many cases this year? fewer officers some are saying. the district attorney says he doesn't think so. even the vice president of the police officers association says it might be one of many reasons that there have been so many shootings. to give you an idea oakland eight police officers police officer shootings in that city
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so far this year five of them have been fatal that is a city with 350,000 compared to the approximately one million here in san jose. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. 5:03 now. this morning san jose police searching for suspects in the death of an 18-year-old. the teen was shot and killed before 9:00 last night in a residential neighborhood. no word on any suspect description this is san jose's 38th homicide of the year. the fifth killing in two weeks. the city had 20 homicides last year. later today members of occupy san francisco plan to march on city hall a day after protesters clashed with police trying to clear them out of the plaza. amy hollyfield is live in san francisco. we may hear from mayor ed lee about the protests today? >> reporter: yeah the board of supervisors wants to ask him what he thinks and what his plan is? protesters are going to be at
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city hall they are surprised they are still here in justin herman plaza. they thought police would move them out overnight. police promised to do so. city parks are closed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.. check out this video next to the plaza. there are two officers here watching the camp. they say those were their marching orders. they don't know why supervisors decided to allow campers to stay. occupy sf movement is taking this as a positive sign for the future of their protests. >> i think it is . i think -- i think it is great. it says a lot about what happened last night that they didn't come in again. we have some backers that are supporting us and it is cool. >> reporter: this was the scene sunday night when police did move in and forced the campers out. they made five arrests.
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some complained about getting roughed up. police say they were opinion. ed tackled and had unknown liquides -- thrown on them. ugly seen sunday night not repeated last night. protesters played guitars and sang and talked about their next movement. they will be meeting today in tppbt of city hall 1:30 -- in front of city hall 1:30. live in san francisco amy hollyfield abc7 news. the occupy oakland movement is getting high profile support with a special visit by the three uc berkeley hikers released by iran. sean bauer shourd and fattal used the first visit to the area together to boost morale. >> this feels like coming -- home to this this is amazing. >> because we are americans we
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share a special privilege that we knew we wouldn't be forgotten. a lot of prisoners don't have that. a lot of prisoners are sitting inside for all they know they are forgotten. >> never doubt every piece of support helps. a message to everyone here in occupy oakland that i support you. [ applause ] >> the presence of police in front of city hall drew a crowd of angry demonstrators. list chose to stand down without confront -- police chose to stand down without confrontation. a new plan could bring hundreds of laid off officers back. the proposal would allocate more than five million dollars towards restoring the size of department if voters approve an $80 tax. voting on that tax measure is underway. measure-i is a five year tax designed to raise money for fire protection library services and senior services.
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critics say there are no details on how the money should be spent. they say it is like giving city hall a blank cheque. >> any change in our structural system that we have that is when you spend more than what you are taking this is never going to work. >> advocates say the tax would put 11 million dollars into city coffers which have been bled dry by the economy. $80 per parcel each year for a single family home. a committee holds hearings today on pipeline safety improvements. the hearing will focus on the findings of the in. sorboni banerjee's investigation. senator feinstein is scheduled to testify --. pg&e was held responsible for blast that killed eight and destroyed 35 homes. the ntsb blamed state and federal regulators. a bill prompted in part by
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the disaster in san bruno authorizes more pipeline inspectors and requires utilities to keep accurate records. it passed yet after kentucky senator rand paul dropped his opposition. his office says he changed his position after a that added an amendment to include older pipelines under the new requirements. >> cal train passengers in san bruno will be catching their ride in a different spot. starting this morning a temporary station has been set up next to the current station on huntington avenue. construction to elevate tracks and build a new station is set to begin by the end of the year. the 147 million dollar project is scheduled for completion by fall of next year. cal train says service will not be affected. if you are waiting for your train this morning, still warm. >> mike is back with a look at the forecast. mild this morning, no doubt. even with the lack of cloud cover at least from the coast.
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here's the tuesday water vapor imagery area of low pressure spinning off the coast that is the changer or the playmaker, if you will in our forecast. it will bring winds back onshore that's why cooler conditions today and tomorrow. right now in the mid to upper 50s until you get to fairfield 50 on the other 60 in san francisco and oakland low 60s mountain view san jose and antioch. afternoon clouds creep along the coast and fill the entire area in. 62 half moon bay upper 60s san francisco and richmond. low to mid 70s throughout the bay shore into the north bay valleys. mid to upper 70s south bay upper 70s to low 80s east bay valleys. stubborn fog mid to upper 60s into salinas at 71 mix of mid 70s to near 80 inland.
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accuweather 7-day forecast sea breeze today tomorrow start weaken thursday high pressure takes overlook at all that warm sun temperatures above average from the coast all the way inland for the weekend. good morning sue. >> good morning. police activity]v eastbound 580 mcarthur freeway that has 98 avenue golf links road off-ramp closed -- pardon me the on-ramp closed. san francisco getting first reports of a stall at cesar chavez 101 southbound leaving san francisco. san rafael southbound out of novato little roadwork activity in the northbound direction. we'll keep our eye on that. that should be picked up shortly. toll plaza, metering lights off. 5:10. still ahead word of a recall involving produce that could be sitting in your
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refrigerator now. big bucks a major overseas internet company may be willing to pay for yahoo. what a new report is saying about our credit card habits. uc berkeley robotics experiment that sheds new light on the evolution of flight.
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americans who plan to travel during the holidays expect to spend 43% more most toward food and entertainment. >> most fulltime u.s. workers are either overweight obese or have other chronic health problems. gallup says that leads to 450 million days of missed work every year. >> new york has far more super rich people than any other u.s. city more than 7700. los angeles san francisco are second and third each with more than 4,000 who have a net worth of more than 30 million dollars. that's america's money i'm yunji de nies. the federal government is moving ahead with its problem to clear up the bay. a world war ii vessel was to worked on its way to texas where it will be recycled. 25 obsolete ships taken from the bay over the past two years. remaining 31 vessels are supposed to be gone by 2017.
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this ferry was built in vallejo stationed at pearl harbor during world war ii. ali baba doesn't need the 40 thieves to get yahoo it can buy with it cash. it has the 20 billion dollars needed to buy the struggling company. he is talking to yahoo about it. it would be a role reversal in 2005 yahoo invested in ali baba to compete against ebay in china. regulators could object on restrictions. signs the economy is continuing to struggle. more credit card users are having trouble paying their bills. most of the companies say late payments rose in september the first time in nearly three years so many companies reported a rise in payments that are at least thirty days late. experts say it is an indicator of more potential defaults which slapped banks with 75
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billion dollars in losses between 2009 and 2010. bay area company the latest to issue voluntary recall of its bagged salads after a lettuce sample tested positive for listeria, 2100 cases of the produce recalled sold in ohio pennsylvania and iowa the iceberg lettuce was sold under the7 name: the bags are stamped with a use by date of october 14th. the recall is the second involving asa lean company in the past month. national highway traffic safety administration looking into complaint of engine fires in mini coopers. the complaints could affect 36,000 mini cooper models from 2007 to 2008. the agency says it has received 12 complaints of engine compartment fires five destroyed the car. eight fires occurred when the
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engines were shut off. depending on the findings, a recall could be ordered. robotics project at uc berkeley has shed new light on the evolution of flight. researchers added wings to some tiny cockroach-like robots. i guess that's what would call those. they did they did improve performance they helped climb steeper inclines and land more smoothly after a fall. diskoefrts are consistent with the theory that the first creatures to fly were animals that lived in trees which developed wings to help them fly to the ground or from tree to tree. >> obviously those aren't real cockroaches because the lights are on and they are still there. 5:17 now. still amazing to have something mechanical that scale intense. a lot of fog and visibility down to a quarter of a mile.
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it is starting to spill over san francisco. it will start to move into the bay over the next couple of hours. changing conditions heading westbound during your morning commute. the clouds will be more prevalent tomorrow the next couple of days our coolest in the forecast that's the sign of change. you don't see it this morning but definitely will feel it this afternoon. fog and 59 at half moon bay same at redwood city fremont 58 concord mid to upper 50s still holding on to the 60s around san francisco oakland mountain have you -- mountain view san jose and antioch. going to be cooler today clouds along the coast. sunny day yesterday it will come back but will take a while cloudy tonight everywhere drizzle most likely the coast and higher elevations around the bay warmer and drier friday saturday sunday monday. if you couldn't get to the beaches yesterday you could do it this weekend.
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napa oakland 1° cooler san francisco 3° cooler than average thanks to the developing sea breeze. you see it filling in parts of the bay by about noon. then slowly retreat back to the coast 60s there 70s for most of us sprinkling of 80s in the east bay valleys. mid to upper 70s in the south bay 76 santa clara sunnyvale peninsula low to mid 70s palo alto 75°. low to mid 60s with stubborn clouds at the coast downtown south san francisco sausalito mid to upper 60s low 60s at beaches inland more sun and mid 70s in north bay valleys. 69 richmond berkeley south low to mid 70s. inland upper 70s along the san ramon valley everybody else in the east bay valleys
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throw mid 80s. 79 gilroy 80 morgan hill. 62 carmel. tonight higher elevations east bay temperatures cloudy sky in the low to mid 50s. tomorrow the coolest day clouds take the longest to retreat for that afternoon sun. few lingering clouds thursday morning will not be as wet. friday saturday sunday monday temperatures above average even out to the coast have a great day. good morning. back to the mcarthur freeway police activity still going on 580 eastbound on-ramp 98th street closed. stall san francisco southbound 101 chavez blocking a lane of traffic. no significant slowing. public transportation everybody is running on time.
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no problems no delays. live look at the san mateo bridge headed over towards foster city from hayward moving at the limit, no problems find yourself in a little company. the bay bridge toll plaza light still no complete word of metering lights yet. traffic is flowing smoothly into san francisco. before you leave this morning a good idea to check the website abc7news.com/traffic. 5:21. an app to mark the 22 years since the earthquake. how it can help you get ready for disaster. newest entry in guinness what this 100-year-old man did that people half his age can't.
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my wife the dentist allows only one mouthwash in our home. [ male announcer ] act for kids, with maximum fluoride for up to 40% fewer cavities act. stronger teeth and better checkups in every bottle. good morning. 5:24. a live picture of the golden gate bridge and the fog shrouding it this morning. elsewhere around san francisco clear conditions at least from our sutro cam. mike will tie this together and tell us what is going to happen later today in the forecast. officials in san francisco hoping that technology will help us prepare for the next major effort quake. new iphone app. the app uses schemes social media to help people make their own preparedness it can. it can make all the difference. >> you need to be able to figure out how you as a
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community will respond in the first three days after an event. there will be all sorts of resources coming in but it is not going to happen right away. the app is free and stores emergency contacts and a map of emergency services. it was unveiled yesterday on the 22nd anniversary of the deadly loma quake. we should be so lucky when we are 100-years-old. here's a gentleman who is 100 and still going the distance. he's become the oldest person ever to complete a full distance marathon. he finished the race in toronto in 8 hours and 25 minutes, good enough to get him into the begin miss book of world records. he started running at 89 and has no intense of stopping. he says he gets his stamina from ginger curry, tea and being happy.
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>> he does not look 100. >> he doesn't. pile on that ginger curry and tea, i'll take it. >> make you start running. it is being called the most lopsided prisoner swap in israeli history. next the first pictures of an israeli soldier and the more than 1,000 palestinian prisoners his country has just traded to get him back. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney in san jose. five shootings in the past month at the hands of police. today a press conference. perhaps we'll get answers as to what is going on. i'll be back in a couple of minutes. is the gunman dead as well? the bizarre theory emerging in the investigation of a shooting at a hells angels funeral. notice the middle how cool from 40s in faribault minneapolis, 50s in chicago and st. louis. seattle, salt lake city
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denver 70s 80s 97 phoenix. all major airports except for baltimore on time baltimore has flight departure delays.
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>> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney live in san jose. police will be answering questions about the rash of shootings at the hands of police officers. story coming up in a live report. prime minister of israel says any number released prisoners who return to -- newly released prisoners who return to violence will be punished. we are following the lone sided trade. check this out fog across the golden gate and across san francisco heading into the bay. cooling sea breeze is back. i'll show you how much we drop and how much we regain with the warm weekend on tap.
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following your tuesday morning commute. live look at bay bridge toll plaza. new accident in the san ramon valley. details in a if you minutes. that fog means business this morning. thank you for joining us i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. top officials of the san jose police department will answer questions this morning about the latest police-related shooting. officers shot and killed a suspect sun what is the sixth police shooting of the -- sunday in what is the sixth police shooting of the year. terry, officers have their own theories about why the increase in officer-involved shootings. >> reporter: some speculating it is possible there are fewer cops on the streets and that has lead to this rash of shootings involving police officers. people in positions of authority are at this point have not come up with why that might be they are not going along with that theory. the most recent shooting
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happened sunday at the parkside terrace apartment complex this is the sixth person who was shot this year. three of the shootings have been deadly as was that one. not known if the suspect in that case was armed there were seven police shootings in total in the past couple of years is the worst year since 2004. the police auditor checks to see if police procedure is followed when guns are drawn and used says only one citizen complaint so far in 2011. sunday's shooting one person says it appears that it might have been -- it mate have been justify. >> i'm pretty confident the officer did feel threatened. i've heard from various people who were witness to it that he did seem to have a weapon and seemed very hostile. >> reporter: the police auditor tells the mercury news that the police department is required to convene a panel to review shootings involving officers. none has taken place for a year. granted five shootings happen
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in the past month or so. maybe there hasn't been enough time to convene all these shootings. what we hear today is more on some of these cases maybe we'll find out when there is going to be hearings into these police shootings. terry mcsweeney abc7 news. san jose police trying to solve a murder case where all the evidence is missing. they know there was a fatal shooting at saturday's funeral for a murdered hells angels leader. they know the victim was steve to you send a fellow hells angels member. police believe the shooter may have been immediately killed and his body was somehow smuggled past police who surrounded oak hill memorial park. police got a warrant and exhumed the coffin of the murdered leader pet drew believing evidence or the suspect who -- shot may have been buried in the same area. they found no evidence of the
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shooting. occupy san francisco stem dre did not get ousted -- overnight. all city parks close at 10 p.m., leaving them to believe police would return to try and kick them out. that didn't happen. today the demonstrators plan to mash -- to march to city hall. mayor lee will be questioned about his policy. occupy oakland movement bolstered by three high profile visitors: the three american hikers charged withs knowledge and -- charged withs knowledge and emprisoned in iran. -- >> this feels like coming home to oakland this is amazing. >> we share a special
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privilege we knew we wouldn't be forgotten. a lot of prisoners don't have that. they are sitting inside for all they know he they are forgotten. >> never doubt every piece of support helps. a particular message to everyone here that occupy oakland i support you. >> the presence of police in front of city hall draw a crowd of angry demonstrators. officers decided to stand down without confrontation. five years after he was kidnapped in a hamas raid an israeli soldier is back with his family this morning. released as part of a wildly lopsided prisoner swap that will see israel releasing more than 1,000 palestinian prisoners. >> reporter: israeli sergeant first class gilad shalit has arrived in central israel for a reunion with his family. the soldier just released hours ago from prison in gaza
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in exchange for more than 1,000 palestinian prisoners meld in israel. this moment is -- shalit is just 25-years-old in the last five years he has been meld by hamas militants. these thin pale in his first interview it sounds like he can barely breathe as he talks. he told the reporter he's excited to taste freedom and missed his family and friends. his release is contingent on i real releasing more than 1000 palestinian prisoners. -- on israel releasing more than 1,000 palestinian prisoners. the second wave is scheduled in two months. hundreds waited at the west bank checkpoint to greet them waving not only the palestinian flag but that green flag of hamas. many israelis have heavily criticized the deal. this morning israel's prime minister netanyahu warned the newly freed
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palestinian militants will be punished if they return to violence. 300 of them had been serving life sentences for deadly taxes on israelis. in the bay area, the jewish community federation of san francisco is holding a gathering to watch this morning's events as they unfold on a live feed from israel. that event is going to begin at 8:00 this morning. we are watching it too and i'll continue to bring you the updates as they come in. 5:36. the co-owner of the oakland a's plans to buy land now owned by san jose to help convince commissioner selig that he's serious about moving his team to the south bay. the council will meet in closed session tonight to discuss terms for the sale of the six property. they add up to over half of the 14 acres earmarked for the site. two other parcels needed to complete the cy are owned by at&t and a -- the site are
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owned by at&t and a los gatos family. 5:37. tuesday morning time to check the forecast. see fog in one part of san francisco and clear in another. >> right. mike seems to be making a push in? >> definitely. you see the area of low pressure on the left. it is counterclockwise flow. with this counterclockwise flow bringing winds back banking the low clouds and fog up against the coast. in the lower elevations it is sliding over places like san francisco and through the valleys of the north bay spilling into santa rosa. north bay is going to get fog this morning as will parts of the east bay shore by 7:00 8:00 the fog will make that march. right now visables are clear except for the coast into santa rosa warmer everywhere
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by 1 to 5° fairfield 3° cooler than yesterday. right now pretty much in the upper 50s to near 60° that's where we will be by 8:00. fog through the bay. definitely out at the coast. by 12:00 the fog still going to be stubborn punching holes in it, low to mid 60s around half moon bay, san francisco upper 60s oakland. low to mid 70s for everybody else. by 4:00, the fog is out of the bay, still hanging along the coast low to mid 60s half moon bay, san francisco oakland and palo alto the rest of news the 70s. today cooler than yesterday. -- tomorrow cooler than today. lots of cloud cover more sun and warming trend friday through the weekend. hello everyone. good news police activity's bound 580 mcarthur freeway concluded. 98th avenue on-ramp open once again. accident to report southbound
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ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ ñ >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. welcome back. a michigan man is being ordered to stay way from his 9-year-old daughter after admitting to letting her drive his van because he was drunk. the incident happened october 8th pacific in the morning at this gas station all caught -- camera the girl was pulling up with her dad in the seat beside her. police found the girl driving on a butter seat. >> she indicated he -- on a booster seat. >> she indicated he was drinking instead of the girl being in bed at 3 a.m., he decided to go for a ride after drinking. >> father is facing felony child abuse charges.
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patients who turned to gastric bypass surgery to fight obesity and stay health aren't the only ones benefiting. a study shows the operation has unintended consequences for the families. >> reporter: we all know gastric bypass can help you lose weight. a first of its kind study at stanford found the surgery patient's family members with will also shed pounds. >> in problem affects the whole family. the family can work to fix this problem. >> reporter: 85 people participated in the study. 60% of adult families members were obese. 73% of surge patients' children also obese. the guidelines required patients and families to receive dietary and lifestyle counseling. according to the study's author this lead to weight loss for every participant. >> they want to keep up with what the patient is doing. they want to reinforce what
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the patient is doing. a rising -- here a lowering of the weight raises all boats, if you will. >> reporter: that's what happened in this houselhold. >> i started at 289 pounds before my surgery. i currently stayed about 169 pounds. >> reporter: gary's weight loss was vital for his health. he noticed as he gained so did his family. with once he had gastric bypass he lost weight and his family followed suit. >> everyone in our family was eating differently not going out to eat. certainly what was the social reason to get together eating together was becoming less and less important. >> reporter: his wife and son loss 30 pounds. gary is an orthopedic surgeon. he noticed his patients and co-workers lost weight too. the full report and findings are now available in the archives of surgery.
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5:44. a tough economy isn't spooking thrill seekers this halloween. we have the bloomberg business report coming up. amazing pictures of a dust storm as it seems to devour a texas town. >> gentleman four captives held in a basement. police -- >> four captives held
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oughout the central valley to near 100 in palm springs with sunshine. the discovery of disabled adults being held captive in a philadelphia basement is leading police to believe there may be others involved across the nation. john hendron takes a closer look at the inhumane conditions the victims faced and what police say is a wide ranging fraud scheme. >> reporter: this is the dungeon of the horror house. >> it looks like a dungeon. these people were stored like surplus meat in the basement. >> reporter: it was here police say four handicapped adults were held in pitch blackness, little water and bucket for a toilet. one for more than a decade.
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the landlord made the horrific discovery pushing open a door to find starving captives one chained to a boiler. they were held while their three captors stole their social security and disability checks. >> this is a terrible case. but it is one that might get worse frankly, before it is over. that is because found the social security numbers of 50 people and a trail -- and a trail tracking texas florida virginia and philadelphia. >> a case is going to take a long time before we fully understand the depth of it. these are just four people that we know of. >> reporter: the grandmother of an alleged victim learned of his discovery with relief and shock. >> was a trusting person. they just took complete advantage of him. >> reporter: the four captives are recovering including knowles who managed to smile
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after his ordeal. the alleged captors face kidnapping and other charges as the fbi launches a national investigation of how many victims there are in a case police call truly horrific. john hendron abc news. portions of texas cleaning up after a huge dust storm. a wall of dust swept across the town of lubbock yesterday. residents haven't seen anything÷o?w like this in decades it just went dark. buildings were damaged powerline went down and reds were blocked by fallen trees. wind gusts as highóí % as 70 miles per hour. this is the video you are looking at. it took an hour for the storm to blow through and an hour after for the dust to settle. >> lest you think that was a technical failure. if you look at the bottom of the screen you can see vehicles parked. that must have been what the bust bowl was like in the 30s. >> that's what i was thinking.
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they were hurting they are at the highest level of drought. for us fog rolling through nothing like that. it is definitely a sign that things are cooling. we won't have any dust or anything to worry about or poor air quality. sutro tower one finger of fog moving across the city. more fog by the golden gate bridge. sue will show you that with traffic. along the coast half mile visibility around half moon bay fog spilling into the north bay valley watch out for changing conditions there this morning. the only places holding on to the 60s san francisco mountain view, san jose and antioch. everybody else in the 50s. monterey bay the fog is thicker temperatures cooler in the low to mid 50s. let's talk about what is going to happen. today cooler conditions clouds will bring -- most
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stubborn along the coast. drizzle along the coast and higher elevations like east bay hills. warmer and drier friday saturday sunday monday. if you can put up with a little midweek cooling drizzle, the weekend looks sunny. fremont and concord 8 to 9° cooler than yesterday. san jose oakland santa rosa san francisco double digits cooler san francisco 16° cooler than questioned. here's why we are seeing the change first high pressure to our north low pressure to our south steering warm air up from the high desert. now we have an area of low pressure drinking this area and bringing -- that is dinging this area and bringing the breezes. upper 70s to low 80s along the east bay shore. sun this afternoon 69 richmond everybody else low to mid 70s.
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south bay mid to upper 70s. peninsula pleasant mostly sunny throw 70s cloudy at the coast low to mid 60s for you. partly cloudy around downtown south san francisco sausalito mid to upper 60s. throw mid 70s most of the north bay valleys. 60 monterey bay cloudy all day inland 70s to 80 around morgan hill clouds tonight filling all neighborhoods drizzle and cooler low to mid 50s accuweather 7-day next two afternoons will be the coolest sea breeze stops look at all the sun and warmer than average through the weekend. here with we go with the live look at the golden gate bridge fog coming down on the span now. getting thicker as the morning goes be aware of that when you come out of the waldo tunnel. san mateo bridge not bad moving well heading westbound towards foster city no fog there. toll plaza metering lights
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remain off. stall on the upper deck waiting for you a big rig westbound before treasure island in the right lane. accident southbound 680 now cleared to the shoulder no slowing past there drive times this morning heading out through marin 580 or highway 4. 5:54. bank of america this morning released a stronger than expected third quarter report. the bank earned 6.2 billion dollars from the sale of a stake in a chinese bank. >> here's jane king with the business report. good morning. the economy may be frightening not stopping haunted houses from scaring up big bucks. marketing specialists tells u.s.a. today that amusements -- six flags washington, d.c. if you eat a live cockroach
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you get to the front of the line at privatefest. more annoying bank fees may be heading your way. other banks will likely follow bofa lead and start charging monthly fee. -- fell tell -- [ unintelligible ] friends and fans of al davis can now pay tribute to the late raiders' owner. he was entombed sunday in a private ceremony. the public is now being allowed to visit the site. fans began going yesterday. a large picture of davis is in front of the crypt. it will be replaced by a permanent plaque. larger crowds are expected during the week as word spreads. >> the mother of a gay teenager who killed himself
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after being bullied says she is pleased with a new state law. [ inaudible ] wendy walsh read a suicide letter from her son during a meeting with a state assemblyman yesterday. he offered the law that requires districts to implement anti-harassment policies. walsh says if the law existed last year her son might still had been alive. >> they would have had to take my complaint seriously and they did not. and it did cause our family a big tragedy with seth taking his life. >> families from the central valley not the central coast. federal investigation found the school district in the county failed to respond appropriately of seth's complaints of being bullied. major road that has just
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been cleared as congress pushes for safer gas pipelines. latest on the teenaged victim san jose police investigate the city's 38th homicide of the year. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney in san jose. five people shot by police officers in the past month. two are dead. today police answer questions one is going to be why?
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