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the hayward police chief -- has been put on leave. =raj/cu= nbc bay area news -- starts now. good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm raj mathai. jessica aguirre -- has the night off. our top story -- another local police department -- w/ a sudden shakeup. what prompoted hayward -- to make this move? =gfx= =boxes= nbc bay area's ian cull is at the hayward p-d. ian, diane stuart has a good reputation... what do we know? =raj/fstz= this is a developing story ... and we're tracking
city police depatrtment in turmoil. there's a nationwide search in oakland to find its next chief. =vo= today, oakland mayor libby schaaf announced her campaign to fill the position. it includes holding a string of meetings -- so members of the community can give their input. over the summer -- a sex scandal rocked the department and three chiefs stepped down -- or were forced out. =sot= "community engagement is critical for us to succeed in attracting the right reform minded leader for this police dept who is gog to be a partner to theommunity.runs: oc= this thursday.y meeting is mayor shaaf says she hopes to hire the chief by early next year. =raj/vo= regardless where y std on the topic...we know this... colin kaeprnick has the nation talking. ==raj/cu== there is hardly a lockerroom, isn't or family room -- th weighing in. passionately. today -- kap didn't speak w/ reporters. however --
moving forward -- will other players -- even or other teams -- join kaepernick's protest? we asked raiders quarterback derek carr today. =sot= he has the right to choose what he wants to do.:11 =raj/ots= hiorical, this inot uncomm especially r y area fig. among them dr. harry edwards.who inspired o of the most iconic moments of the civil rights movement. =vo= the noted sociologist chatted w/ kaepernick at yestreday's practice...but kap said dr. edwards did not advishim on this protest. however. dr. edwards inspired tommie smith and john carlos to give the black power salute during the 1968 olympics. ey were heavily criticized for doing this. a fate that now faces kaepernick.
=sot= i think he has to walk through the jungle of ignorance. when ignorance, i'maying the are a t of ignorant pple out undersnd. theyet caught uin pate yards.:09 =vcontinues= smith and carl now have statue representing their poitcal stand -- on the san jose state campus. =raj/vo= 49ers play in san diego this thursday night... kaepernick says he will continue to protest theantional anthem. we continue our coverage on our digital platforms. you can also join the conversation on our facebook page. =gfx= (stop stop stop) =r/cu= the high profe donald trum-- went low profile tonight. no bombastic tweets -- or speeches. instead -- a stealth visit to the peninsula. just likeis opponent hillary clinton -- trump is here for the money. =vo= tonight-- we caught up w/ the republican candidate in oodside... you see his motorcade leavi a big money fundraiser. =boxes= nbc bay area's chuck coppola is woodside,... chu -- very little fanfare -- because not many people knew he was there. at t
nbc bay area if's chuck coppollo is in woodside. little fan fare because not many people knew he was there. what was the scene. >> reporter: that's right. only one protester who showeup ther late and was frankly very aceful. in fact, people in woodside thought secrecy would keep protest to a minimum. it work. donald trump's caravan arrived orte 7:00 at the woodomefsi h private equity ceo saul fox. paying a reported $25,000 to meet with and hear donald trump speak for about an hour and a half. mary hall, a neighbor, decked out four-legged harley in a one horse protest of hillary's side. >> i think he has gotten too much press because he has his inflammatory statements. so i brought my own inflammatory statement. >> reporter: the fundraiser was to have been the second for donald trump today, but a similar event in napa was
cancelled. trump's campaign did not say why nor made public the location of tonight's fund racer. a protester identifd himlf as jo, 45 years oldrom motain view. >> they didn't exactlyet people know where the location was, so a little google sleuthing, i w able to find the location. >> reporter: neither trump nor est stopped to talk outside afterwards, but the investigative unit found saul fox a keyigur in a so called ghost corporation called children of israel which coted ,0ntribu tike huckabee's campaign, and $334,000 to the republican national commite. >> reporter: and tonight a million dollar fundraiser for in trump. it was a fun raiser featuring former new york city mayor, that information according to in fox's head of security who i spoke with a few moments ago the race is excted to titen, however tayhe non-partisan
public policy institute of california said it does not hillary clinton's lead with four months to go. >> a one horse protest, well said. a lot different than his last visit back in june. things got dicey in san jose. supporters and protesters of donald trump clashd and police made about a dozen arrests. in trump was also here for the california republican convention in april. protes btersck towed ad, and at you are seeing there trump and his entourage had to go in the back way. they entered the cvention by stopping on 101 and going through the freeway retaining wall. other headlines tonight, a man remains in critical condition as he was attacked in one of san francisco's most popular parks. police say a large group chase touchdown man through delores park, beat and stabbed him at a nearby intersection. it happened just after 6:00 last there ve been noests so if have any information, you
are urged to call sfpd. too ma nghbors and not enough police officers. so many the san je city cocil ll make a decisn on how to handle the growing issue. th council will consider whether to aplow police chief to bypass regulations and move detectives to patrol. they were short 11 officers and four sergeants. animal abuse on the peninsula cing uhm we'll tell llednd what his owners are accused of >> also, she was kept captive for nearly two decades, but jayc ja jaycee dugard'suest hits a nag. >> a few spotty showers
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you're watching "nbc bay area news" with the bay area's biggest iestigati u holding the perful accountable. nbc bay area, we investigate. a gruesome case of animal abuse on the peninsula. a local couple is now facing felony charges. investigators say the pair intentionally put this liquid a waited nearly two t weeks before seeking medi-cal treatment. nbc bay area's jeaelle in redwood city with us this evening. you spoke with the dog's owner. what's her side of t story? >> r ieporte d agre to an on camera interview but insists the death of her dog was an accident. tonight investigators saying waiting twelve days to treat your dog's third degree burns ir the burning deathas ppl
ouaged. >> the dogas sufring horrendously. >> rep morter: afts of investion, thean mateo coty district attorney's office is charging paulsouter ol cruelty. police arrested him in oregon last week. a forensic vet says he intentionally burned sprocket on >> i tnk the dog was lowered into burning or scalding liquid. >> reporter: lng him with 40 degree burns over 40% o body. his girlfriend waited 12 days before taking him for treatment. >> he died fm his injuries even though they tried to. she told investigars a cup of boiling water accidentally spilled into sprocket's crate. the injuries don't add und ay the pair is facing felony charges. >> our primary focus is to hold
one accotablfor causing that much pain to an animal. >> reporter: lejun is expected in court in october, and is scouter is expect to arrive at the jail later this week. the search continues for the rson whohotled at santa cruz coast.rs along the the otters washed ashore in separate locations. this happened between august 12th and august 19th. instigators are also now otter.g into fourth de sea state wildlife invgators say the shooting puts this threatened species at right can. >> so we consider this a very serious violation. sea otters are a threatened llfedera by t state of ted california. >> killing a sea otter is a crime punishable by fines and jail time. a $10,000 reward is being offered for anyone with information leading to an
arrest. a prisoner scheduled to be released from jail today i inea weekend. it happened at the ewood jail in milpitas yterday. survlled yas veo shows he was inuch a rush t get free he left h jail-issued sandals stuck in security fencing. the sheriff cdits the deputies who spotted the inmate with a ne survelance system. cameras installed this spring. we have new details on jaycee dugard's quest for justice. a lawyer fordugard said he is aski for an expanded judge to sue ternm t sviseape lawsuit. tis bere he kidnapped her. is com yrs afterhe home in antioch. dec at tqual over time pay
today a proposal was pass thanked would pa farm workers after eight hours in a day or 40 hours in a week. that's the current standard for all other hourly employees. ght now farm workers are paid time and a half after 10 hours in a day of worknd 60 hourin opponts of theroposalrgue e added cost will force employers to cut workers' hours or cut jobs. the bill is now on the governor's desk. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is with us with our microclimate forecast. are lucky a temperatures cast. average into t0so goude to miared we had a lot oy oclimate forecast we have the clouds iasing right now across the b int oaan with 63 degrees. you will see we'll hold steady with 62 once we hit midnight into 6:00 a.m. and once again
the low clouds on increase. we not only have fog at the immediate coastline, but we're also tracking a disturbanc we've been telling about all day long. it is beginning to get closer right now, and not only the cloud cover but we are seeing scattered showers off-shore. not a great chance to pick up rainfall accumulations with this, but we are seeing a few spotty showers getting close here to point ray. it is only producing one-hunddth ofn inc p hour b a drastic change from summer weather we are typically used to across the bay are heading into morr's and spty areasf drisz will for for the east bay 5 degrees. peninsula low clouds and fog. in the south bay we'll have a few breaks of sun but expect high clouds to start and 58 degrees. here is what is happening. the weak disturbance is starting to get closer and closer to ere'li thle bit of u lift
with it that cou fire off a thunderstorm or two, but once again 95% of the activity will s o alit co the north. ov theext 12 hour we will see some of this actity contue to delop nea t coastline and also for nth bay.yowill sn micate forecast dry conditions and al a mix of sun and, yeah, a little bit of low cloud cover lingering. for san jos it will put us at 789 tomorrow, morgan hill warmer at 83. for the peninsula areas of drizzle, over to 63 degrees. palo alto 75. san francisco in the 60s. r north y, east ba and ki orain ilated somehow of any errs,tray lightning strike in the north y would be in santa rosa and 80 degrees. wn towards tri-valley war but not hot. 82n pleasant ton. once we hit weesday, thursday and friday a huge trough of low pressure developing across the
pacific northwt, responsible fo keeping temperatures excellent all week long. yo can see inan francisco we ho with 60s through the next seven days and for the inld valls we go from anverage of 83 tomrowo 79 on trsday, 78 on friday and 80 on saturday. like today it is going to get better for us. >> labor day is supposed to be 85, 95 degrees but it is not. >> i kn, loo od >>nks. ne,ke a hold of voter data. what experts fear criminals may do with it. plus weaveimmy. kevin bacon is my guest tonight. that's what'm talking, music from megan trainer. it is a great show. don't change the channel. happening now, lack of training and preparation, travel experts tell nbc bay area th the rece false alarms in us air ports have exposed the inkwatdreparation for a large evacuation.
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♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪ san quentin: it involves a death-row inmate her. chool-tc =chy= at saning attem osutors y this woman, drs an cell pho during brg in visit last week. guards noticed she was bringing in food which is not allowed. when investigators searched her
they found 18 phones with chargers and heroin hidden under her coat. millsap, seen here, on death row forilling e people. san quentin is screening vitors. this comes as recent hacks of voter data came to light. announced hackers gained access 200,000 people in illinois. lligence officials believe theussians are behind the hack. they say they copied voter data but didn't cnge anythg. exrts fear the cyber criminals could make changes in the future. >> that's the real thre, that the accessing of the voter database was not jus a question peengt but changing the records. >> herb lins heoesn't machinou be cha on a massive scale, but he worries
whoever loses in november could claim the machines were hacked. a legendary talent has died. he brought "willy wonka"o life. gene wilder died at his home in aheim diseasetions tateme nepays the actor hn't disclosed his agnosis to avoid upsetting his fans. he is known for rolls in classic films, "blazing saddles," "willy wonka" and others. he was 83 years old. up next we will check in with the most notable bay area olympians who gathered for a big anunsment in san jose. a lot of gold in the south bay
today. bay area olympians kristi yamaguchi, peggy flemming, brian well, take a look. a lot of gold in the south bay today. bay area olympians were on hand for the big announcement that the u.s. figure skating e smpionships will be held at thrk tank just weeks before the 2018 winter olympics, those games are in south korea. this will be the third time this event will be held in the bay area. you will be able to watch the figure skating champiohips here on nbc, but we have a few more months to wait for that.
the college football season is re. stanford kicks off friday night as eighth ranked team in the nation and they just announced nestarti quarterba. here is nbc bay area's colin resch. >> reporter: the local college media day in late july stanford head coach mentioned a quterback controversy. with kevin hogan off to nfl the position battle was on. last thursday almost a month after that media day a decision. niorn burns gets the starting nod in the opener friday night at stanford stadium, but junior keller crist will see action as well. >> to be honest it was weird, i'm talking last winter but we have gotten used to it. we help each other out every practice, every scrimmage, letting each other know what weon top of our stuff. >> reporter: the coach admitted there was little to dtinguish the two. how did he arrive at the decision, burns over crist?
>> metrics. we have things we've been keeping track since last spring. >> reporter: as faas what fans >> he is a big kid, athletic, pefully we s it all on game day. >> reporter: what we won't see on game day is burns or crist try to take over the game. they're well aware the offense runs through hei runner-up christian mccaffrey. >> the whole country knows he is a heck of a player. we have bryce love, a tremendous receiving core, great line. the weapons we have, it is my job to get it to those guys and let them do what they do. >> reporter: at stanford, colin we'll s stad kicking off the season friday night. up next, no hoody. marcuckerberg meets the pop
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hopes to beam internet access to areas lacking connectivity. you notice there he got out of the suit and went back to the tee shirt look. >> yeah. you know what i also noticed was he didn't have a phone in his hand, which is refreshing, you know, being the hea o faceok. he can take a break too. face-to-face with the pope. thanks for joining us on this monday night. we'll see you back here on tuesday. cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller nter in the heart of new york city, it's "the toght showrring jiy fall." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin bacon, meghan trainor,