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could the block hole be on the move? the bay area site that officials are taking a close look at for a new stadium. >> u.s. special forces streak, not once but twice. inside the two missions. >> a car nearly split in two. abc7 news at 5:00 starts now. >> that breaking news is in marin county, you're looking at live picture of a grass fire that is threatening homes in larkspur. this is the haze and smoke there. flames broke out in the hills above the city just after 3:30. firefighters say the fire is burning near the intersection of marina vista avenue.
we'll have more on this fire at 6:00. we'll bring you updates as soon as they become available and get the latest at abc7 news at 6:00. good inning and thank you for joining, i'm ama daetz. so, could this be the new home of the oakland raiders? a bay area city says there's interest from the team in making this field their own. the raiders could be on the move to concord. the team me a need a new home. it's lest with the coliseum ends at the end of this season. >> the only inhabitants at the former concord naval weapons station are a lot of squirrels and cows, but it could be the new home for the oakland raiders >> i think it would be great if the raid are found a new home. >> maybe in concord. >> absolutely. >> just days oar, the concord mayor gave a 90-miniature of the
5,000-acres fight to the raiders owner. >> did he seem to leak the property? >> i can say he asked a lot of questions, and i think that questions are kind of like objections. if you get them, there's interest. >> davis told the mayor he liked the site's close proximity to the b.a.r.t. station. the raiders have been looking for a new home. >> most fans say the raider nation will still be the nation, even if it's in concord. >> don't matter. the fan base will be there. concord probably better. >> not concord. can't do it in san francisco, going to santa clara. we can't do that? that's out. >> the navy has decommissioned
the old weapons station bus it still cleaning it up. it could be read you for development next year. the owner told the mayor he'd be in touch. le. >> the o.wh ceo coliseum is 47 years old. the raiders have been looking into their options. last month consult stands suggested building a coliseum the site of the current coliseum. investigators believe speed was a factor in an accident that san jose that killed one person and critically injured two others. the car slammed should a street lamp and burst into fire. it head at 2:00 this morning. police say the man driving the
infight guide to scene. >> investigators believe they solved a san jose murder case. sean moore faces charges in a fatal shooting in august. u.s. marshals captured him friday. he is accused of killing 22-year-old ramon garcia, the crime was caught on camera, showing garcia getting off his billion and leaping against the car. then a man runs up to him and shoots him in the head. family members said the two were arguing at a park. >> the red cross is helping five people displaced by a house fire in petaluma. both were able to make it out. one was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation, fire crews had to call in extra help to put out the flames. there is major damage to the house. developing news in the fight to shut down a gas pipeline in san carlos. the city manager says that work will begin tonight to shut down
the gas line in a statement pg&e says the pipeline in question, line 147 is, complete, completely safe. e-mails from a utility employee to san carlos officials question the integrity of a pipeline installed in 1929. city officials want it shut down until state regulators can resolve possible issues with the line. >> a united nations official says inspectors have begun destroying the stockpile of weapons in syria. a combination of weapons and production equipment will be put out of order. he spoke anonymously. the effort to destroy the chemical weapons program came after an august attack near damascus that killed hundreds of civilians. in two separation operations, u.s. special forces struck back at terrorists on their home turf. one target may have escaped.
>> by care and by sea, u.s. special forces struck deep into the heart of terror, in libya they pounced on anas, the al qaeda leader the u.s. indicted for master mining the 1998 bombings of two american embassy in africa that killed more than 200. u.s. troops snatched him outside his tripoli hold and is now being held on u.s. navy ship for questioning. >> the u.s. won't give up until their killed or any custody. >> in somalia navy seal team 6 stormed the beach. their quarry, a senior leader of al-shabaab. the al qaeda-linked group that says it carried out the bloody attack on the westgate mall in kenya last month. they ran into much heavier resistance than expected and withdrew. >> they wanted to make sure there were not a lot of civilian casualties and there was not collateral taj. >> secretary of state john kerry
said the twin raids many double-trouble for terrorists. >> the united states of america will never stop its effort to hold those accountable who conduct acts of terror and those members of al qaeda and other terrorist organizations literally can run but you can't hide. >> no americans were hurt in either operation. abc news, new york. >> now to the latest in the government shutdown. treasury secretary says congress is, quote, playing with fire, as the nation moves closer to the possibility of defaulting on the government's debt for the first time. >> never gotten to the point where the united states government has operated without the able to borrow. it's reckless. the reality is there are no good choices if we run out of borrowing capacity and run out of cash. >> house republicans refuse to raise the debt ceiling without recessions, particularly with respect to obamacare.
overall -- george stephanopoulos suspect to speaker boehner. >> it's time for us to sit down and have a conversation. that's what the american people expect. that's what i've eave erred the last ten days. >> congress has 11 days left to raise the nation's borrowing limit. contract talks are set to resume tomorrow between b.a.r.t. and its two unions. workers could go on strike this friday if a deal isn't reached. besides wages, the biggest issue answer to be the length of the contract. b.a.r.t. officials want four years, the unions, three years. a federal mediator will oversee the talks. >> something goes terribly wrong during a monster truck stunt. the olympic torch arrives in russia and not everything went exactly as planned. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. everything went exactly as
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suspicion of manslaughter. prosecutors are looking into the possibility of a mechanical failure. at least 40 people were injured. the olympic plame is being carried through russia tonight in the world's largest relay. the russian president vladimir putin lit the olympic flame. the relay got off to a rocky start when one of the torches went out. the winter games have drawn criticism from gay rights activists who pointed out discrimination against gays in russia. >> in response to the antigay stance, member office san francisco's lgbti community began their own torch walk. said senator mark leno says one way to hurt money is money. he urged the state retirement funds to stop investing in russia.
>> we want russia to understand, this is the money that could be coming their way if they're respectful of their citizens and international standards, and if not. this is the amount of money they will lose. >> ama: the money could be in the billions of dollars. runners and walkers participated in the castro street fair. >> an airport investigation is underway after a nine-year-old by exposes a major security flaw. that's ahead. >> media being unfair with me. >> how so? >> they don't know who i am. >> ama: a man who police say started an incident that ended in a road rage attack captured on video, shares his side of the story. taking a live look outside today, it was another warm one. meteorologist leigh glaser will let us
block. a motorcyclists charged in the accident that led to the assault of an suv driver in new york is talking exclusively with abc news. it's a story you'll only see on abc7. prosecutor says christopher cruz is the man slowing down in front of the suv, so much so that his bike was tapped by the car. this happened last sunday during a motorcycle rally. the suv driver was stopped and assaulted after he ran over a biker. crews say his life is in shambles. >> what should we know about? >> family man, two kids, i try to stay away from trouble. >> what kind of impact is this having on your life. >> turned my life upside-down. >> cruz has been charged with unlawful imprisonment and reckless driving. the driver of the suv has not been charged.
tomorrow on "good morning america", you can see more of our inclusive interview with christopher cruz. what he says really happened on the road some why he says the police, the media, and all the miami who have seen the tape have it wrong. a nine-year-old runaway boy managed to get on a plane without a ticket and get to nevada. delta airlines and the tsa are investigating after the boy got through security at the minneapolis-st. paul airport. the flight crew became suspicious and contacted the las vegas police, who transferred the by to child protective services. video shows him at the airport wednesday. he ordinary lunch at a restaurant outside of the security checkpoints. he told the server he had to use the bathroom and never returned to pay. a's fans are sharing their playoff pride here on abc7. look at this cute little a's princess sharing her excitement. and a two-year-old a's fan is all smalls in this photo.
share your photos with us, post them on our facebook page or twitter. you can download wall paper for your cell phone. time to find out about the warm weather. >> leigh: we're going to start to cool things down beginning tomorrow, and there is a slight chance of maybe seeing a few sprinkles here by around tuesday night, wednesday. live doppler 7hd showing you an abundance of high clouds that kept moving across the bay area today. from our sutro tower come, looking out towards the west, you can see some of the milky sky. san francisco, 79. we have 82 in san carlos. 72 in half moon bay. we'll also see temperature-wise, feeling it, that is, napa, 80. 83 in santa rosa. concord, 81.
and liver mr., 8 -- live moore, 845. from the tam cam you can see the haziness over the bay, and we're going to have high clouds overnight. get ready for a cooler weather pattern tomorrow, and then a slight chance of showers tuesday night, wednesday, possibly into thursday. now, i know big game tonight. getting ready for kickoff right now with san francisco there. temperatures, it is mild out there. game starts 78. then down into the 60s, and we cannot forget about the raiders! kickoff a little bit later this evening, at 8:35. temperature-wise in the 60s, and then 11:00, temperatures near 60 degrees. overnight, 40s in the north bay. elsewhere, mid-to-low 50s, and i want to show you our water vapor map. this is the high pressure that has been with us the past couple
of days. the high clouds coming up from southern california so that's a nice southerly surge. tomorrower more of a wind shift to more onshore the fog returns and also a cooler air mass but it's going to be this area of low pressure that is going to bring us cooler air, especially as we get into the mid-week, tuesday, in through wednesday, and kind of looking ahead for your week, monday, we'll see the high clouds with us. cooler days ahead. tuesday and wednesday, check this out. a chance of moisture moving in. the models would bring a little rain from the golden gate bridge south on wednesday. we'll have to wait and see if that traps spicer or not. here's -- transpires or not. cupertino, 75. 70s at the coast, 68. downtown san francisco. north bay, 75. east bay, low 70s. oakland, and drop temperatures
down a bit, upper 70s to near 80 as we head into the inland locations. the seven-day forecast, we'll look for showers developing on wednesday. slight chance, and then we'll warm things up. saturday and sunday. much cooler temperatures ahead this week. >> ama: look at what is next for the a's? >> the a's moving to detroit, and 50% chance of rain in detroit tomorrow. the a's starting pitcher was happy to cheer from the dugout in games one and two. the niners play tonight but hav i want you to be kind.ff i want you to be smart.
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6.41 e.r.a. for the month. last start, tagged for three homers in a loss to seattle. so nine days between starts could be a good thing. >> anytime you can get extra days, it's a positive thing for your body, gives you time to iron out things and get some extra mound work and it was definitely positive. >> he is so stoic out there, you don't know if he is giving up runs or throwing a shutout, and that's going to help hem out. >> cardinals and pirates, game three of the nlds shifting to pittsburgh. carlos beltran with yet another postseason long ball. 16th of his career. game tied. bottom half of the inning. pedro alvarez with runner on second. in comes hairson, pirates win. >> for nfl fans in the bay area, today's nfl schedule begins tonight under the lights.
niners and the texans at the stick, and the raiders host san diego at the coliseum. the niners have at least gained a half game on the seahawks. andrew luck rallies the colts from a 12-0 deficit, that play turned the momentum. fourth quarter, seattle down -- leading 28-23. donald brown, three yards and in for the score. 34-28 colts. the hawks are now 4-1. >> instance claysic between the broncos and cowboys. moreno ties it at 48. tony remow, huge numbers 506 yards passing, five touchdowns. with two minutes left he romos it, that means he blows the game. 51-48 the final. 99 combined points. >> a driving monsoon in cincinnati as the ben gals and tom brady.
finish the game with a touchdown pass. brady picked by adam pacman jones in the closing seconds. 13-6 the final. three undefeated teams left. saints, broncos, and the chefs left by alex smith. charles, go-ahead score. kansas city, 5-0, with the 26-17 win in tennessee. >> there's a silver lining to cal's home loss to washington state. this catch was originally ruled a run. today freshman quarterback got credited with the pass completion, giving him 504 passing yards for the game. breaking the previous school regard. >> with tiger tiger woods leading the way the americans continue their dominance. team u.s.a. leading when 12 single matches began. hunter mahan, one down, the 21-year-old, the birdie on six.
tiger woods, the two-put par to close out richard sterny. tiger, 4 and 1 this week, clinches the presidents cup, 18-1/2 to 15-1/2. team u.s.a.'s fifth presidents team u.s.a.'s fifth presidents cup to those who've been denied equal access to health care... welcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com.
>> raiders fans tailgating before the game might not mind waiting in line to use luxury port apoties. these are located inside a big trailer. fans can watch satellite tv while inside the restroom, but relief comes as the aging coliseum has had issues with overflowing sewage in the locker room. that's a nice-looking restroom. >> doesn't that defeat the purpose of going to the game? >> i'll use it.
>> that does it for us. we'll be back at 6:00. welcome to "world news." tonight, the terror raids. u.s. special forces strike. two bold missions, members of s.e.a.l. team six, swimming ashore to strike in somalia. the other in libya nabbing a notorious al qaeda mastermind. linked to the deadly bombings of u.s. embassies. tonight, our team right here with new details inside the missions. the breaking news. the frightening race car crash late today. the car airborne, smashed to pieces. the famous driver inside. and more than a dozen in the crowd hurt. the extreme weather. digging out from the blizzard tonight, as winter hits in october. the devastating tornadoes crushing a town. and tonight, the rescues from the flooding. and slipping through. how did a 9-year-old boy get through airport security onto a plane to vegas? defying the odds.