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nbc bay area news starts now. >> it's hell. it's not even a war. it's hell. it's a nightmare. >> right now at 11:00, paris reeling after the terror attack that shook the country and the world. tonight the military response and emotional outpourings of the victims right here in the bay area. >> good evening to you. thank you for joining us tonight. i'm peggy bunker. >> and i'm terry mcsweeney. first a developing story for you. man shot and killed by oakland police a few hours ago. and the investigation is going on right now. officers say the suspect pulled a replica gun on officers. this is the scene. near 90th and bancroft avenues. a group of police were watching over cars as they were being
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towed. that's when a man approached them and pointed a replica firearm at them. officers didn't know. several fired at him, killing him. no officers were hurt. oakland lapd posted this photo of the gun on their twitter page. the towed car mace have been involved in a sideshow that happened overnight. >> now more about that sideshow. the cars may have been some of the dozens of cars that were driving the wrong way down an interstate. tonight ten cars are impounded and two people in jail after a number of overnight sideshows were reported in oakland and alameda county. now take a look at this video. this was posted on instagram showing crowds watching these cars circle at one telephone locations. chp says it started on interstate 880 in oakland about midnight. dozens of cars got on 880 in the southbound lanes, driving the wrong direction. then the cars began spinning around, doing donuts right is there on the interstate. about an hour later, chp says a large sideshow popped up near international boulevard and 55th. also, there were more sideshows reported on city streets about that time.
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now police say at least 200 vehicles were involved in the side shows. 200 cars. many of them appear to be from out of town as well. coming in from places like fresno and los angeles. all right. a developing story. the city of paris on edge tonight as it's been for the last three days. right now an international manhunt for a suspected terrorist. >> police have identified an accomplice of the attackers. and now he is on the run. take a look at 26-year-old abdeslam salah. he is from belgium. french officers pled him over at the border leaving france going into belgium after the attacks took place. but the police let him go. they're warning the public not to approach this man. they warn he is very dangerous. >> right now paris is beginning to heal, but it is tense. mourners at a vigil nearly became a stampede. police pulled guns, tried to figure out what was going on, why the stampede and panic. in tend, there was no actual threat. it was false alarm. it's been a tense several days
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in the city of light. >> that's for sure. right now so many people are taking time to show their support for the city of paris. with candles and prayers and vigils. they're being held around the world for the victims of the attack. in san francisco tonight, city hall is lit up with the colors of the french flag. the blue, white and red. today hundreds gathered to show their support as well. nbc bay area's christie smith attended a very solemn gathering in the heart of the city. christie, we have so many people from france here and in san francisco. they were expressing their emotion to you. >> yeah, that's right. i can tell you it was very solemn as people came out to pay their respects to those killed in paris. but there was also a real sense of determination not to let fear take lo and behold. -- hold. hundreds gathered on the steps of san francisco city hall, many proudly showing the french flag. and in the center, heartfelt words of grief and resolve.
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>> that was written on the board. probably summarize as lot of the feelings in the french community. >> reporter: the consul general spoke to the crowd. >> we here are devastated with sadness and horror. but we stand. we are not afraid. we will stand. we will stand by our values. >> reporter: and a moment of silence. >> reporter: more than 120 people were killed in the terror attacks in paris, including nohemi gonzalez, known as mimi, an exchange student from cal state long beach. a vigil was held there. her boyfriend shared his thoughts. >> she was a firecracker, you know. and she will always be here, she'll always be in my heart. i think she is going to be in everyone else's heart too. >> reporter: her family says she
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was in paris, fulfilling a dream. she always wanted to learn french. now the school's website is dark, except for a single light that shines in her honor. now there will also be a condolence book available at the french consulate in san francisco for those who want to sign it. in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> thanks very much. well, france delivering on its promise to strike back at isis after those attacks. earlier today french fighter jets launched their biggest raids in syria. this video posted publicly to france's air force facebook page, showing 12 jets taken off. 20 bombs were dropped on several sites controlled by isis. >> for the first time since the attacks, take a look at this. the lights on the eiffel tower shining brightly again tonight. they dimmed the lights early on saturday night. the minister of culture
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announcing that historic buildings will once again be open tomorrow after a moment of silence. those venues were closed over the weekend. well, the situation of course continues to develop here minute by minute. we do get new information coming out every second, really. for the very latest go to also, if you want to help people affected by the attacks in paris, you can find a link on our website on how to do that. once again, and now to that microclimate forecast. a little bit of everything. take a look at this. we haven't seen these pictures in quite some time. we are talking about rain, snow, even this. a possible tornado. northern california saw all of this today. but the wild weather isn't quite over. you also may have noticed it's really windy out there tonight there is an advisory until about -- well, there was an advisory until about 10:00 tonight. meteorologist rob mayeda has the details. is that advisory over? >> here is the latest on that. the advisory has been allowed to continue now. into tomorrow morning. you see some of the wind gusts we had around the bay area out at ocean beach today. you probably wanted some goggles or something out there. the winds up to 55 miles per
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hour. you could see above 50-miles-per-hour gusts at sfo airport. 40-mile-per-hour winds from oakland, from benicia, martinez, and out towards the altimamont pass and hayward and into san jose you. had the gusts close to 40 plus miles per hour. right now winds a little less strong out there. but still gusty at times. and that's the reason why just within the last hour, that wind advisory has been extended now into parts perhaps of the early morning community tomorrow. coast and bays seeing those gusts still near 45 miles per hour. so for our wind sheltered valleys tomorrow morning, downright chilly. a few spot could get into the 30s tomorrow morning. coming up, we'll let you know if we're expecting any more showers or thundershowers like the one that did bring a tornado out there near stanislaus county. we'll let you know if we're going see any more of the wild weather coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks very much. the storm certainly brought trouble for bay area drivers today from the south bay to san francisco, on up to the sierra. there were problems.
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when the rain came, it didn't take long for problems to begin on the roads. in the south bay, water pooled at the railroad underpass in san jose. the car got stuck and had to be towed. the mini cooper got in trouble on southbound 280. the driver waited for help after his car swerved off the road. he was able to bring it to a stop at an offramp. and take a look at this. big problems for this driver on 680 when he lost control and drove into a ditch. the driver is okay. at n oakland a cold, harsh wind may have made vikings fans feel at home. winds tore through the coliseum, hitting speeds at 35 miles per hour at times. in daly city, the strong wind caused much bigger problems. take a look at this tree that smashed on toe a car through the margaret pauline brown elementary school. in san francisco, a viewer sent us this photo of the tree top 8ed on to a car on union street.
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throughout the high sierra, the storm brought a blanket of fresh new powder, making things slippery on the roadways. drivers were quick to put chains on their cars. >> i'm slipping and sliding everywhere. i really needed chains. i'm glad i had them. >> it's not easy, is it? >> and you hands cold? >> very. >> i'll testify to that! >> we'll also take a look at this. a possible tornado in central california being blamed for do you think trees, knocking out the power and tearing off a church's roof. >> looks like it's jumping. >> take a look at this funnel cloud. it was caught on video as it moved through stanislaus. you can see the damage here that it left behind. a lot of downed trees. one woman spotted that funnel cloud and then immediately went to check on relatives nets path. >> i saw the tornado. i was at the stop sign. and i saw it. it went through the trailer park over here, but it didn't hurt any trailers. my mom lives in there. i stopped. they were all okay.
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>> the national weather service is going the check it out tomorrow to see fit was an actual tornado. meaning that funnel cloud actually touched down. they'll also estimate its strength. new details now on a police beating caught on camera. tonight we have learned two alameda county sheriff's deputies have been placed on paid leave because of the incident. a warning, the video you're to be see is graphic. it shows two deputies pushing assistance lo petrov to the ground. they spotted him in a stolen car in san leandro. he proceeded to slam two deputies cars injuring one of the officers. then came the car chase in san francisco that at times reached 100 miles per hour. the surveillance video was posted on twitter by the san francisco public defenders office. well, traffic accidents can come out of nowhere and claim lives instantly. tonight in san francisco, a memorial for those killed or injured on the road. dozens of people gathered at union square, holding candles
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and carrying pictures of their loved ones. the ceremony was part of world remembrance day, today designated by the united nations as a time to remember and think about traffic victims. this is the first time a ceremony was held in san francisco. organizers say so far this year, 22 people have died as a result of traffic accidents in san francisco. well, coming up next, the nfl on high alert. their efforts to keep football fans safe after friday's attacks in paris. the new security measures at games, including today's raiders game. also this. thieves hitting a santa clara store twice since they opened up just three months ago. the high-tech gadgets that are bringing them back for more. and a big water supply over northern california running dry. dramatic pictures to prove it, when we come back. listenin' ♪
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♪ in the lane, snow is glistenin' ♪ ♪a beautiful sight, we're happy tonight♪ ♪towin' in a winter wonderland enjoy holiday magic at both parks during disneyland resort's diamond celebration. ♪ towin' in a winter wonderland...weee hoooooo! ♪ appear to be in high demand with some thieves. surveillance cameras caught what aea drones appear to be in high demand with some thieves. surveillance cameras caught what appears to be the latest burglary on the drones plus store on duane avenue in santa clara. workers say they have been hit twice already, and they just
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opened three months ago. a store spokesperson says they're taking the break-ins in stride. >> there are cameras everywhere. and the alarm system very sophisticated alarm system. we're not vulnerable anymore. we're not worried the night we receive the call. just came in and i knew that they couldn't take much. so they just came in. becoming kind of a routine procedure now. >> yeah, right. >> well, they are taking it in stride. store rep says they have 14 drone stores across the country. and they tell us many of them have been broken into multiple times. >> how about that. well, preparing for all scenarios. take a look here. a live look at o.cocoliseum. it is one of the places that had increased security today in the wake of the terror attacks in france. both oakland police and the nfl said there are no known threats against the stadium. however that. >> did not want to take any chances. chuck coppola explains the extra
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safety measures that were in place today. >> reporter: raiders fans saw more law enforcement protection than usual. officers in uniform and others in plainclothes. all part of the nfl's earths to have an increased security presence throughout the reeg. after friday's attacks in paris. >> i think it's smart. 50,000 people there just sitting ducks. >> reporter: do you think anything like that could reach across over to here? >> yes, i'm sure it could. it could happen anywhere. >> reporter: in philadelphia, police patrolled on horseback before the eagles game. st. louis fans saw dozens of officers on foot patrols. the nfl mandated metal detectors at all stadiums. it also restricted fans to carry in no more than a single clear plastic bag. once inside, fans are told you can see more security roaming the stands. >> i would expect it, honestly. if i didn't see it, i would be disappointed risks you okay with the bag restrictions? >> oh, yeah. you shouldn't be needing to bring luggage into the games. you're there to watch the game.
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>> reporter: in addition to the nfl's request for heightened security, oakland police ratcheted it up its security presence. >> as far as allocating to that, i'm not the person to pull the trigger. if they feel that it's necessary, then i think they're making the best decision they can. >> reporter: oakland police said the stepped up patrols were a precaution and did not identify any direct threat. the nfl did not say how long extra security measures would last. in oakland, chuck coppola, nbc bay area news. >> power is back on for thousands of customers in south san jose after a gas line fire broke out this afternoon. the one-alarm fire started just before 2:00 in the 4,000 block of harwood road. this is off camden avenue and highway 85. pg&e crews were able to turn off the gas that was fuelling the fire by about 6:15. the nearby building did have some exterior damage, but no injuries were reported. the building was vacant at the time of the fire. and we could learn more this week about the south bay's delayed hospital project.
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a new building at the santa clara valley medical center is months behind schedule, and millions over budget. over the next few days, the new construction company bolt is expected to finish its evaluation on the project. the former company turner construction is now being sued by the county. nbc bay area broke this story as the county's frustration boiled over. the builders have missed several deadlines since construction began five years ago. the county spokesperson tells us the delays are costing santa clara county more than $100,000 per day. take a look at this. this is the sign that the drought situation in california is dire. this is folsom lake outside of sacramento. it has hit its lowest level ever this weekend. the lake which provides water for half a million northern californians is now at 14% capacity. look at the pictures showing the dry conditions taken by the california department of water resource over the past couple weeks. el nino is expected to bring rain this winter. hopefully lots of it. but state officials are
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concerned it might not be enough. this past week, governor brown issued an executive order that would continue water restrictions until the end of october of next year if the drought is still happening at the end of this year. now here is something else we dug up. take a look at this. picture shows the dam at lake follow some back in march. another picture basically the same spot taken at the end of october. take a look at it again. looking pretty good right there. we fast forward to october. and it is very -- if we can fast forward to october. hopefully you saw it before. there we go. a lot of water is missing. >> that is amazing. and it really shows how drastic that is. tough to see that. meteorologist rob mayeda is here. you look at that and you think of course we had a couple of rain storms recently. but boy. >> we really do need a lot more than just an average rainfall here to make up that deficit. so far tracking the numbers around the bay area, it's sort of the glass half full and half empty from san francisco,
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oakland northward. it's a little more on the rescue side. from oakland, san francisco and santa rosa. different story livermore and san jose. a mixed bag for the tri-valley and the south bay. these numbers are up to 125% of average. but the north bay and into the peninsula, we're still running just a little bit behind. so today's rain was certainly some good news. we had about anywhere from about a half inch to almost 3/4 of an inch of rain around santa cruz, dublin, just under a half inch of rain. but all of that activity now has started to move off towards the east. as you can see here on the satellite radar view. still some scattered showers out towards the sierra. some thundershowers earlier in the central valley, which made for some wild weather. and in the sierra, still maybe an inch or two of fresh powder with snow levels dropping close 3 to 4,000 feet. storm totals more than a foot of snow in the sierra. ands that measurements, that will start to drop down through the american river basin. of course, we want that big snowpack as we get towards
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spring. but right now things are quite dry around the bay area. dry roadways. chilly start to tomorrow morning. wind continues to be a problem around the bay area. our wind advisory now which did technically expire around 10:00, it got extended to 4:00 a.m. the winds are still ongoing. if you're on the coast and around the inner bay, sustained winds around 15 to 20 miles per hour. and during the nighttime hours for the hills, we'll see the wind speeds 30 to 40 miles per hour. turning briefly light towards the morning. and napa, out towards the tri-valley. the wind-sheltered valleys should co. be some of the spots that will wake up to chilly temperatures in the 30s. for tomorrow, high temperatures still running on the school side. 50s and soys for highs around san jose. no matter where you go from 58 to 36 degrees will be the temperature spread tomorrow. from the north by out towards the tri-valley. but after tomorrow, things are going to start to warm up. high pressure is going to start to strengthen. that's going to lead to a rise in temperatures around san jose. close to 70. likely some lower 70s south of
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downtown san jose. as you head over the tri-valley, the coolest day of the week will likely be tomorrow. and the numbers climb on up into the upper 60s. the numbers starting to climb up into the mid-60s the other side of this, though, it fortunately the dry weather. we're going to see high pressure keep the storm track a little too far to the north to help us out. we had good rain and snow this weekend. but for the first time maybe in three or four weekends, next weekend right now is looking dry. we're going see some windy conditions at times that the north winds returning for next saturday. for now, unfortunately, if you saw the pictures of folsom lake, no help from the weather department in terms of significant rain. tomorrow through the week, temperatures climbing towards the 60s and 70s as we head towards wednesday and thursday. back to you. >> we certainly could use some more. but not up any time soon. rob, thank you so much. coming up next, the big holiday travel season is just around the corner. details on the routine screening process required of all u.s.
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airline employees and the reason security experts are pushing to change it. and also the difference tone at the start of last night's "saturday night live." the emotional tribute to the victims of the paris attack, when we come back.
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our love and support is with everyone there tonight. we stand with you. [ speaking french ] >> "saturday night live" opened their show last night without any humor at all. quite appropriate, of course, as they paid tribute to paris. a very emotional cecily strong spoke in english and french as she offered her compassion and support to the french people. and now to san francisco's city hall lit up in french
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colors. the san francisco airport also showing their solidarity. the blue, white and red on display here at sfo. a pretty beautiful picture there several viewers sent us the pictures of the airport. many other airports across the u.s. also lighting up with the french colors. with isis claiming responsibility for the massacre in paris and bringing down a russian plane in egypt, u.s. aviation officials are on high alert tonight. they're concerned about possible security breaches from the inside. every airport worker in the u.s. is regularly checked against the terror watch list. but criminal background checks are required every two years. security experts argue it's too costly to screen more frequently. they suggest random checks to disrupt a potential threat from the inside. the world's most powerful leaders came together and held a moment of silence. the g-20 summit began in turkey today on a somber tone. a moment of silence was held to honor the victims of the french terror attack. the g-20 normally devoted to
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economic issues is now focused on global terror threats. president obama vowed to stand shoulder to shoulder with the french who called the attack an act of war. >> the killing of innocent people based on a twisted ideology is an attack not just on france, not just on turkey, but it's an attack on the civilized world. >> the french have said they will use every means necessary to destroy isis. well, coming up right after the breck, exotic wildlife, some endangered and threatened, killed abroad for sport and shipped to the u.s. as trophies. >> there is really very little scrutiny of these animals coming in at all. >> our investigation into the high-priced hobby known as trophy hunting.
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and shipped to the u.s. as an animal trophy. our investigative units discovered it happens all the time at ports across the country, even here in the bay area. >> american hunters killed more than 70,000 animals abroad for sport each year. but now a former top government official is raising serious questions over how the u.s. regulates this industry. investigative reporter begad has been looking into this. bigad? >> reporter: the high-priced hobby known as sports shelter. outrage after the hunt organizers were accused of illegally luring the lion out of a wildlife refugee. but we discovered killing lions for sport is generally allowed. even though the species population is at historic lows. in fact, federal records we obtained show that in the very same month cecil was shot, 69 other lions in africa were also killed by american hunter, all for sport. and more arrive to the u.s. almost every day.
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behind these crates are some of the most sought after animals in africa. a blue wildebeest. an antelope. even a lion. they're all hunting trophies, legally shot and killed abroad for sport. >> where is the skull? >> reporter: we were granted rare access to join federal wildlife agents as they inspect trophy shipments coming into the sport of san francisco. most are covered in pesticides to keep them from rotting. so the inspectors wear protective masks. >> the buffalo. >> reporter: annemarie holmes leads the team. >> for the people that want to go kill a lion and bring it home as a trophy, this is what we would see. it's been turned inside out. so you can see across the top where the neck and the head go. and then you have the four feet. >> i don't can you actually see the bullet hole right there. >> yes, on that side you can see the bullet hole. >> about how often do you get
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lions like this? >> i would say probably one a week. >> reporter: we obtained more than 25,000 pages worth of federal records from the u.s. fish and wildlife service and discovered at least 1.2 million sport hunted trophies have been imported into the united states over the past 15 years. that includes 4900 elephants, which the u.s. considers threatened. more than 6,000 leopards, also threatened. 513 rhinos, even more vulnerable. since they're listed as endangered. and more than 7200 lions. the federal government proposed listing them as threatened back in october of last year. but since then, 601 lions were killed abroad for sport. and imported into the u.s. as trophies. all legally. >> so the fact that it may be in danger order threatened doesn't mean it can't be hunted and brought back into the u.s. as a trophy. >> correct. it just means you're going to have a lot more paperwork and
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good through a lot more steps to get the permits to bring it in. >> reporter: endangered and threatened animals are shipped to the u.s. almost every other day. it's u.s. policy to approve the shipments only if at foreign country allowing the hunting also has a conservation in place to help strengthen that animals overall population. some wildlife experts see it as a bizarre balancing act while others view it as a tool to preserve wildlife. killing a single lion can cost up to $71,000. across africa, sport hunting is thought to bring in more than $2 million each year. >> it's the trafficking more than the hunting that is the big issue. >> reporter: david hayes is a former deputy secretary for the department of the interior. and for six years overlaw usa the u.s. fish and wildlife service. regulating the import of sport hunts under the clint and obama administrations. >> if the funding that is used
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for sport hunting is then plowed black into protection of the habitat, then that can be a net benefit. >> have you found that money is always going where it's intended to? >> well, that's a major question. it's tough because these are fish and wildlife service biologists sitting here in the united states making decisions what is going on over in africa. >> reporter: hayes says poachers capitalize on the limited oversight by routinely using sport hunting as a front to be able to kill wildlife and sell it on the black market. last year the u.s. government banned sport hunted elephant trophies from zimbabwe and tanzaniaia. >> they made that decision in part because they couldn't tell where the money was going. there was no sport hunting involved. it was essentially a massacre of elephants that was occurring. >> but with the limited staff, is it possible they could be missing other infractions that are happening? >> oh, certainly. it's certainly possible, yes. sure. >> it gives us all a bad name. >> reporter: michael sutton a former wildlife agent and past
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president of the california fish and game coalition. >> how often do you think some of these sport hunted trophies are coming into the u.s. illegally? >> i think it happens all the time. >> reporter: sutton is an avid hunter for food, but is now calling for a ban on hunting for trophies. >> ordinarily, it's not even a wildlife sector that looks. it may be just a customs inspector who makes sure they have the proper paperwork there is very little scrutiny of the animals coming in at all. >> i'll soak this overnight to rehydrate it so it's stretchy and pliable. >> reporter: jeffrey makes a living trying to bring back the dead. >> it has emotion. it's alive. >> reporter: he is a taxidermist just outside of san francisco. >> this is the plate. >> reporter: and has been mounting animal trophies for over 40 years. he is also a trophy hunter himself. and says the value hunting puts on animals means more money for wildlife reservations to breed more animals. >> hunting protects these
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populations, maintains the populations. without hunting, they'll disappear. >> reporter: some scientists agree, and believe killing weaker, older, and more aggressive animals can actually help a species thrive. but hunters can't always identify those types of animals. in africa, only 20,000 lions are left. the population has declined 33% over the past decade. during that same time period, u.s. hunters killed 760 lions. and about 13% of those trophies entered the u.s. through the port of san francisco. are inspectors able to inspect every sport hunted trophy that comes through here? >>, no not even close. i would say at least 50% maybe there is only four wildlife inspectors for the whole port of san francisco, oakland, and san jose. so we have to use our time wisely. >> reporter: the u.s. is expected to take in at least 10,000 more sport hunted trophies just over the next two months. some of those animals will likely be endangered or
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threatened, leaving some to question whether killing wildlife truly is the best way to protect it. we wanted to give top officials at the fish and wildlife service a chance to respond to the criticism that the agency may not have the resources necessary to determine whether conservation programs abroad are doing what they claim. but they declined to be interviewed. the agency did send awes statement saying we do everything we can to fulfill our legal obligation and make required find twgs resources available us to. we plan to propose changes to our permit fees to more accurately reflect the resource required to make these findings. the say how many people it plans to hire or when. back to you. >> very eye-opening. well, if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call. that number is 1-888-996-tips. you can send us an e-mail to the unit at coming up next, after a slow
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start, the silver and black came back. made a game of it against the vikings. >> that's certainly right. but few too many mistakes caught up with derek carr and company in the end. we're going show you the highlights curve next. listenin' ♪ ♪ in the lane, snow is glistenin' ♪ ♪a beautiful sight, we're happy tonight♪ ♪towin' in a winter wonderland enjoy holiday magic at both parks
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dung disneyland resort's diamond celebration. ♪ towin' in a winter wonderland...weee hoooooo! ♪ kelli oncam as far as the raiders have come this season... they reminded us today... that they are still a team "leng all right. kelli johnson here with comcast sportsnet. the raiders have come a long way since last year, and they still have a ways to go, perhaps. >> yeah. that's well said. you know, as far as they've gone. they showed us today they are still a team, a young team really, learning how to win consistently. and as jack del rio pointed out after the loss, the number one thing they had to do against the vikings today was stop adrian peterson. and that didn't happen. raiders back home at the
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coliseum. hosting a red hot minnesota team. winners of four straight. second quarter after falling behind 13-0. derek carr connects with andre holmes for a touchdown. the raiders take their first lead of the game. so that's good. ensuing kickoff, this is bad. cordero patterson bobbles the squid kick, and then he is gone. 93 yard kickoff return for a touchdown. just all sorts of daylight down the sideline. the vikings up 20-14 at the half. trying to get a play off before the two-minute morning. as terrance newman picks him off for the second time. ensuing position, all day, adrian peterson breaks a tackle, and takes off. 80 yards to the house. he finished with 203 yards rushing. his sixth career 200 yard game. ties o.j. simpson for the most in the nfl in history. >> it's not always going to be
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pretty. you know, it's not always going to be flashy and big place. sometimes we're going to have to grind it out, kind of a deal. and we're learning that as we grow. you know. but we're very -- we're very confident there there is not a lot of confidence from player to player, player to coach. none of. that is none of that. so that's how i know that we're a good football team. chiefs at the broncos. it was roller coaster day for peyton manning. he played with a sore right foot among other things. first quarter, manning completes the pass to ronnie hillman to become the nfl's new all-time passing leader breaking brett favre's record. the rest of the day not see good. three snaechinterceptions. ultimately benched in the third quarter after throwing just for 35 yards with no touchdowns. chiefs win, 29-13. to the hard wood we go. college hoops. stanford hosting charleston southern. the cardinal pushing the pace
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early. first half, dorian pickens finds roscoe allen on the alley-oop. and stanford up nine at that point. second half, picken news off the loose ball. throws another. this one to michael humphrey. and the cardinals rolling up 32. two minutes later, allen comes up with the steal. and he is off to the races. with the throwdown reverse gam, stanford wins easily, 93-59. in women's hoops, cal visiting number eight louisville. now the bears pretty sloppy in this one. they committed 24 turnovers in three quarters. 27 total. but despite the miscues, the team tied at 46 going into the fourth. in the fourth, cal up four. davison with the rebound. goes back up. cal had a 17-9 edge on the offensive glass. next composition, davison is blocked. gabby green gets it and scores. cal pulls up the upset, the
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first win over louisville 75-71. the 49ers are coming off the bye week as they prepare to travel to seattle to face the seahawks. and blaine gabbert's second start. here what jim tomsula has to say about the challenge ahead tomorrow morning during his monday morning press conference 11:30. and jack del rio talks at 3:00 over on csn california. >> looking forward to that. the seahawks had a rough night tonight. perhaps we'll see what happens when the niners get there. >> one more thing on the raiders. the next three games are very winnable. they have detroit, tennessee and they got kansas city. they could take those three right there. >> definitely winnable. they're not out of the play-off picture just yet. this one hurt, though. >> for sure. kelli, thank you so much. we'll be right back.
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bay area this weekend. ==peggy== the four day festival showcases over 100 new the napa film festival brought big names. >> it shows cases over 100 new independent films. this year a special tribute made to john travolta. the actor was given the career achievement award on saturday night. he said he enjoyed the audience's reaction to his tribute. >> probably watching all the reactions to my clips. i like that. because it's kind of your whole life is being acknowledged all at once. so that's nice. >> and he's got quite a body of work there. all the way book to "grease." >> you go back before that. a tv guy. >> sure. that's right. throughout the festival, audiences were treated to film
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panels, wine tastings, and food. >> the wine tastes continue tonight, i believe. >> that's good. the event wrapped up, though, by the way tonight. and a snowy sunday in the high sierra brought out kids of all ages to enjoy sledding and snowball fights. saw them sending out the video today. >> it made the roadway here is pretty slippery and dangerous for some drivers. several motorists had to pull over the put on the chains to make it to and from the high country. >> i'm slipping and sliding every where. i really needed chains. glad i had them. >> oddly enough, looking forward to this. my last unit was in the desert of twentynine palms. we didn't have anything like this. >> this is kind of great. this was the third sunday in a row with snow in the high sierra. the question is can we make four next sunday? >> that would be exciting. checking in with rob made day. >> more ski resorts opening up this weekend. we're adding to it a little bit
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more after about 8 to 14 inches of new snow this weekend. snow levels as low as 3,000 to 4,000 feet tonight. most of the moisture now has moved on. mostly off to the south of highway 50. well could see a little more tomorrow morning. back to the bay area, our rain totals today were pretty good. we saw most places pick up about a quarter inch to a half inch of rain from napa into san francisco. just about 0.4 of rain. higher totals towards fremont and san jose close to a half inch. and santa cruz almost 3/4 of an inch of rain. now right now we're still dealing with these breezy conditions around the bay area. 58 degrees around the north bay. 50 in san jose. now tomorrow morning, temperatures in our wind shelter valleys have a chance to dip into the 30s. our dew point temperatures tonight have dried out into the mid-30s. and that's the temperature the air will try to cool down towards as you approach sunrise. you don't have any clouds to retain the heat of the day. some chilly mornings in store for the bay area. unfortunately, still a little
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breezy. again, all the showers now kind of moving away from the bay a a area. and the snowshowers beginning to shut down in the sierra. but the wind is still the story. especially out to the coast and inner bay. you'll notice around highway 1 tomorrow morning. you've got the wind gusts highest along the coast. and the inner bay, and up towards the hilltops tomorrow. still a breezy day. not just downright gusty like we had this afternoon. notice through the morning. you're still seeing the wind speeds up. but check out napa and out towards livermore. that's where the winds are turning light with the clear skies. some pretty chilly temperatures. the afternoon, wind direction is the same. but the pressure gradient, not as intense. our wind speeds will be not quite as gusty tomorrow afternoon. breezy as opposed to the outright 55 miles per hour wind gusts we saw around ocean beach today. it will be another cool day tomorrow, thanks to some of the ocean air conditioning. in this case, canadian air conditioning with the high temperatures close to 60 in san
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jose. upper 50s to low 60s around san francisco. to the north by, mid-60s around santa rosa. and that's kind of a sneak preview to what where the temperatures are going for the next few days. for san jose we could see temperatures climbing. dry weather through the middle part of the week. same thing as we get towards livermore. and san francisco, second half of the week, temperatures climb after this cool start to the week. but unfortunately, it does not look like we're going go 4 for 4 in the rainfall department. high pressure very likely for the week ahead, keeping most of the showers off to the north as we head towards next weekend, things are looking dry. perhaps a little windy. as we head towards saturday, which is pretty good. dry conditions out there. at least for our holiday food drive. you'll be hearing more about that throughout the week. nbc bay area teaming with safeway will be out there. all three of us next saturday for that holiday food drive. weather looks good. a little breezy. >> looking forward to that. always fun to see people and so many people help out. >> i'm going to be at the safeway in mill valley.
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>> on first streets in los altos. >> fantastic. coming up, tens of thousands of people set to flood into san francisco for the super bowl. most will be looking for a way to get around town. >> so why is the super bowl committee asking the city to tear down miles of cable that powers munni? that answer when we come back. the bay area plays host to
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superbowl 50 in february...the game is at levi's stadium ==terry//2 shot well, the bay area plays host to super bowl 50 in february. the game, by the way at levi's stadium. >> she gets so choked up when we talk about football. >> so excited. >> in of the festivities are in 16, including building super bowl city. >> planners are looking at the possibility of temporarily taking down muni overheadlines near justin herman plaza. some are concerned about the potential impact and cost. nbc bay area's christie smiths that the story now from san francisco. >> reporter: well, planners say the tall height of some of the stages or installations may conflict with the height of the muni wires up above. but one idea is to at least temporarily take them down. but that has some people
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concerned. while the super bowl will be in santa clara, super bowl city in san francisco will be a center for excitement leading up to it. free to the public fan village. market street is expected to be closed from beal to justin herman plaza. >> specific plans have not been finalized. but we're continuing to work with them to ensure that whatever plan does go forward impacts the least amount of people as possible. >> reporter: the host committee is still formulating a plan, but it may include temporarily taking down muni overhead wires along market, where muni will already be rerouted from beal to the plaza, just as tens of thousands of super bowl revellers descend on the city. >> the operational only just to make sure that any kind of stages, activities that are there for the festivities would not impede on the wires that are overhead. make sure there is no damage. make sure that everyone is going to be safe. >> if it is a safety issue, then certainly i think the city should consider it. and also consider the alternatives to it. but if the reasons are more
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superficial, i just don't see a reason why we should impose on our workers and our residents who rely on muni every day to get to work. >> reporter: supervisor jane kim wants more detail. but she is concerned. >> what will impact is muni service after the festivities are over and prior, given the amount of time it may take to take down and then put back up muni overhead wires. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the host committee says if there is a cost associated with temporarily bringing those wires down. that would cover it. meantime, a final transportation plan is expected in the coming weeks. in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> slow buildup to super bowl 50 under way. >> it's going the take over the town, that's for sure. >> we'll be right back. ono off-days, or downtime.ason. opportunity is everything you make of it.
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we've been talking about wind here, snow in the sierra.
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but it's not going to last. >> we're seeing dry conditions here setting up for the werke week tomorrow. coolest day of the week. low 60s for highs. you can see the temperature trend as we head towards next weekend. turning warmer towards wednesday, thursday and friday. next weekend food drive, mill valley, los altos and danville. windy dry. we could use some rain, but just not in the forecast it looks like over the next five to seven day, i like the food drive tailor-made graphic. >> very well done. thank you so much for joining us tonight. have a great week ahead. takes care.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tim: george steinbrenner famously called today's guest the warrior when he was a driving force on the yankees world championship teams. between 1996 and 2000. there was no one more competitive, no one who hated losing more, no one who gave up fewer at-bats, which is why he was a five-time all-star. today he's moved from right field to write in the broadcasting booth,


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