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having a gun in his car when he sped off and hit an officer on his bike. we were first to break the news that the officer took the man in custody just a half mile from the accident scene. we are joined live from sf general hospital. >> reporter: the officer is out of surgery and is in the icu. we're told his family is coming in from out of town. we do not know the officer's name but we do know he's been with the force for about four years. let's go ahead and take a look at video from earlier today. police say this all started around 12:30 this afternoon when officers in the tenderlion district were conducting a firearms investigation and saw a suspect they believed in possession of a gun.
it's all happened on turk street between franklin and van ness. a short time later police found the suspect's car in the buena vista park neighborhood. you can see the crime tape from our nbc bay area sky ranger. police issued shelter in place for buena vista park while they hunted for the suspect. a short while ago our inves investgaitive unit broke the news. it's been a tough day for sfpd. here's what they have to say. >> i just spoke with some of the officers from the station and everyone right now is having a tough time with this. i asked the public to keep the officer in their prayers. >> reporter: sfpd is like one big family and are all hit hard by this. we have seen a steady stream of
officers coming and going all afternoon. mayor heed lee was here showing his support. we'll continue to bring you updates on air and our digital platform. laura malpert, nbc bay area news. >> we have learned some information about the officer. we know he's been with the department for four years. we have significant developments this evening. in the santa cruz mountains. we broke the news on twitter the 7th firefighter has been injured. it comes hours after illegal drone forced cal fire to halt its aerial attack at one point today.
robert. >> reporter: all that activity made for a very hectic day but during it we did get a quick look at the area where firefighters say their fire may have started. it's right down that long winding road there. at this hour, as you can see, there's still a lot of activity going on there. the creek area is where firefighters responded. cal fire is still not saying exactly how or where the bear fire actually started. fire crews spread out to cover fire. a 7th firefighter was hurt today.
>> the bruucket drops are helpi. we're trying to get hose lines up here and try to work as best you can and just secure the line. >> reporter: suddenly it was strangely quiet. then we all realized the air attack had stopped. >> we got air operation had been ceased due to a drone flying in our air space. >> reporter: after an hour the air attack resumed. firefighters grateful because they had trouble all day with the steep terrain. >> it set us back in our progress this morning in getting after the work we needed to do today. >> it's a lot of hazards that you have to watch out for. sometimes you don't see them all. >> reporter: cal fire says it hopes the rain will help tomorrow but points out it brings wind and headaches steep terrain muddy.
robert handa, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. a troubling homecoming for one evacuee. police say a looter targeted their home. his mugshot, you see it here, was just released. it happened in the boulder creek neighborhood. more than $15,000 worth of jewelry and a bicycle were stolen. thankfully some neighbors got a glimpse of the suspect and he was arrested. fires to the north. fires to the south. another day of smoky area across the area. when can we see it go away completely. >> that may not happen for another two to three weeks. the fires are so large and still hot. we want to say with the westerly wind, we have fog near the immediate coastline. also san francisco. it's a bit of a mix here.
not everything you're seeing in the sky is completely smoke at this point. winds 3 to 10 miles an hour coming out of west moving off towards the east. it's pushing the bulk of the smoke this afternoon and this evening right over towards the central valley of california. not too gusty right now. still some smoke issues even into tomorrow for the north bay. that's where it's going to remain the most unhealthy. the best air quality will be this the east bay at good levels and moderate levels at the peninsula and the south bay. unhealthy levels but it may be two to three weeks before we really get out of this smoky situation. we're tracking a storm system off to the north. i'll have details on how much rain this could bring us. that's at 6:20 tonight. >> thank you. now to the latest on conditions in the north bay. a big announcement from cal fire. they say crews expect to have full containment on all the fires by friday. as a result, more mandatory evacuations were lifted today. in napa county, people living in
the area of wild horse valley road and dry creek road were allowed to go back home. one more body was found today in the debris of a home in santa rosa. that brings the death toll to 23 in sonoma county. we're going to have more on the evacuation order lifted coming up in a live report. asking why sonoma county did not activate the mass cell phone alert. both the california senators sent a scathing letter to the feds. they say the fcc needs to make it to reach more targeted and specific areas. >> reporter: what happened in o sonoma county was a wake up call
for everyone this week. we learned if there was a major earthquake or another deadly disaster millions of people may not receive any alerts. >> nothing on my cell phone or home phone. i'm an old timer. i still have land lines. i have two. >> reporter: seeing his home for the first time he's grateful for the fast actions of his friends who warned him after their own home caught fire. >> just happy to be alive. i want my friend to get the credit. she saved me. >> reporter: thursday sonoma county emergency manager told us he and his staff decided not to activate the county wide wireless emergency alert because of concerns about causing wide spread panic and traffic jams. >> because it was evacuation situation and we wanted to specifically target the residents in immediate danger, we decided that we were going to
target those areas and make sure that those people had a way to evacua evacuate. >> reporter: it goes to all cell towers in a targeted area. you likely got an amber alert on your phone. the system has been in place since july 2016 but has never been used. residents have to sign up for the soco alert. just 15,000 of the 500,000 residents were registered before the fire. >> if it's a major fire the better we make the message and what we want them to do to get out of harms way the more likely we are to save lives. >> reporter: jeff norris is the emergency coordinator for san mateo county. >> if we give them good direction, we hope they will follow that and that will get them to safety. >> reporter: some counties don't have access while others don't know,000 use it.
city leaders could have asked santa clara county to warn residents before their homes flooded in february. counties rely on local alert systems. all those systems require residents to sign up. as you can see, very few have. we have learned in sonoma county 3% are signed up. santa clara county, 4%. san mateo county has 9%. the 22 year veteran is unsure where he will spend his retirement after building a life at this home since 1987. >> i don't know what happens to a town when so many neighborhoods are just devastated. >> reporter: sonoma county leaders and many others say they rely on reverse 911 calls to land lines but those systems don't hit everyone. he never got a land line call. the bottom line is sign up for your county's emergency alert with your home and work address. we have posted a list of what to do now to get ready for the next
emergency. that's all nbcbayarea.com. >> that's really useful information. help for fire victims continue to pour in in a variety of ways. urge others to donate to cause as well. investigators don't know how it all started but that's not stopping a family who lost all of their belongings in these north bay wildfires. the agency they just filed a lawsuit against. we're tracking the possibility of showers by 5:30 on thursday. we'll let you know how much and how long this could last. hi forecast at 6:20 tonight. ncht there's about a flasher the distinctive facial feature detectives want you to look out for.
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with what parents are being told about this flasher. >> reporter: they are being told to look out for a man with distinct features. he has bucked teeth and a fresh scar on his face. he's struck now two times so far exposing himself to children. the last incident happened on this foot bridge you see behind us. police want to find the man before things potentially escalate. >> i definitely don't want it to happen to me or anyone else. >> reporter: she says she and her classmates are on edge afterpolice say a flasher has been targeting children in san ramon. >> he's bold and very direct. he's contacting school age students. it's disturbing. >> reporter: police say the man drove up to some middle schoolers and exposed himself to a 12-year-old girl. she walked home from gale ranch middle school. he even tried to grab her. he struck again on monday. this time victimizing a valley high student who was walking across a foot bridge after school first asking to take a
photo with her. >> at the conclusion of taking that picture he exposed himself and began masturbating and asked her the he could take a picture of that. >> reporter: the school district is warning parents and students about the danger as police beef up their presence in the area. >> walking to and from school following the same routes and just being vigilant when out and about. >> reporter: families are heeding the warning. michelle jackson's daughter usually walks home from school but not today. >> i departments waidn't want h home alone. i'm picking her up. i left work early to get her. i didn't want her to be by herself. >> reporter: the latest incident that took place on this foot bridge, the man was on foot but in the earlier incident he was driving a four-door gray sedan. he has some distinctive features. those buck teeth and a fresh scar on his face. he's 5'6", about 150 pounds in his late 20s to early 30s. police are currently working
with the victims to produce a sketch. >> thank you. a couple whose home burned to the ground filed the first lawsuit today putting the blame scarily one lile lile lilypg&e. the yutility has acknowledged eight equipment failures connected to those north bay fires. >> everything has gone. >> reporter: jennifer and wayne suspect pacific gas and electric is responsible for the north bay fire storm and saying the utility is the best way the find out. >> for us it's about getting to the truth of what happened. >> if there's some responsibility to be born by pg&e, we need to find out. >> reporter: they barely escaped the wrath of the tubbs fire with
their two dogs and cats before it jumped the freeway and dev r devoured their home of 30 years. the flames destroyed everything including the flag wayne received this honor of his late brother's military service. >> they gave us the flag and we had just gotten -- >> put it in a display box and gone now. >> reporter: on monday pg&e acknowledged eight fire related incidents involving their electrical equipment but it isn't saying if any of those are in sonoma county. the couple's suit filed in san francisco says the wine country fires were started when electrical infrastructures owned, operated and maintained by pg&e came into contact with vegetati vegetation. attorney bill robins rejected the idea to wait until the official investigation is over to file suit. >> we have many families whose lives have been completely destroyed. the notion that we're going to wait for months and months and
months to get this process going that we know is going to be a long process is just not acceptable. >> reporter: in a statement, pg&e says it's still assisting firefighters and working to restore service. >> we aren't going to speculate about any of the causes of the fire and will cooperate with the reviews of any relevant regulator or agency. >> it will be a long process to figure out some answers. jeff is back with us now. we talk about our air quality and maybe this rain coming in tomorrow night. >> the rain will help. air quality will still be tough as we head throughout the next couple of weeks because the fires continue to be so large. we had some haze today and mix of fog way back towards the dance. the main thing that helped firefighters in the north bay is how mild it was. just a high of 75 degrees. currently dropping to 58 and
we'll have low 50s as we continue throughout tonight. the big change in the weather is the cold front that's lining up about 650 miles to the north. eventually we'll get the possible of rain with that. sfrangs 64 and napa expecting 68. the forecast shows the best possibility of rainfall developing by 5:00 p.m. the window continues to 2:00 a.m. on friday. thursday night into very early friday morning. best chance of some rainfall. then we do see temperatures going back up by next monday, tuesday and wednesday. with mid to upper 80s. i want to give a north bay pacific seven-day forecast. the three big things we're tracking is the rain. then we see temperatures warm up once we hit monday to 86 degrees
and also notice the wind. really all the way through the next seven days. it's going to range anywhere from 10 to 15 miles an hour. i did call it dangerous because it's a dry northeasterly fire wind. we'll have more details and the rain at 6:48 tonight. who rescued their dog? a man forced to evacuate in the north bay fires makes a plea to first responders. two community meetings were
slowly heading back to their homes. authorities advise people to use caution when cleaning ash and deris. the details of the meetings-- in sonoma and santa rosa-- will be posted on our homepage. and there are many ways to help the victims.... on our twitter-- we )re updating where you can donate goods there are many ways to help the victims on our twitter feed we're updates where you can donate goods and volunteer. we're back in a moment. ♪ with the alaska airlines visa signature card you get a companion ticket every year. so why not take someone that you see all the time. someone like, i dunno, me? i mean i always spell your name right and put a little unicorn in your foam. no pressure but i really need to get out of here. they've been playing the same playlist for three months and i'm pretty sure you're not supposed to eat scones for dinner this many days in a row. mexico, hawaii, costa rica, i don't really know. i'm a quick packer. ♪
one family in napa county -- is counting its blessings -- because of one thing that was despite ludsing everything in fire one family in napa county is counting its blessings because of one thing that was saved. >> their dog survivored the flames. when you lose everything you're so happy to find that animal. >> reporter: you sure are. imagine having to make that split second decision. either save yourself or stay behind with the family dog. they had to do just that.
the story would had a different ending if it wasn't for the kindness of a complete stranger. this is drake. an 8-year-old black lab who somehow survived flames and flying ash on atlas peak road when the fire broke out. >> he was looking at us with -- you can imagine saying why are you leaving us. it was beyond emotional and she was hysterically crying. i had my 97-year-old mother in my arms. >> reporter: he said his family got out with the clothes on the their backs. they were forced up the hill. there was a chp chopper willing to take them but not their dog. >> my wife immediately started crying. i said we've got to get out of here. this is life and death. >> reporter: with no other choice, they left drake in their truck with a window cracks. >> that night my wife and i didn't sleep. my wife got up. she was anguished. we should have tried this or
that. >> reporter: he said as soon as he got dropped off he was at the command post pleading for anyone to help save their dog. someone did. after spending 11 hours in the atlas peak fire, drake came home. through word of mouth he was dropped off in his son's yard. >> our pets rely on us. they trust us. that's such a precious thing and have his life saved and our lived whole means more than a building. >> reporter: drake came home with not so much add a scratch on him. now dan said he still doesn't know who saved drake but he would sure like to thank him. nbc bay area news. thank you. allowed to go back to their homes but the power is still not on. where they return to napa county. also a challenger has come forward. does a state senator have any type of shot to take over dianne
lifted today in the north bay fire zone...giving right now at 6:00, more mandatory evacuation ordsers lifted in the north bay fire zone giving homeowners a chance to start rebuilding. for many the question tonight is what will they return to. what kind of a life will they have now? >> conan joins us in napa from
one of the newly reopened neighborhoods. >> reporter: that's right. a few hours ago residents came up here. the evacuation lifted. whether or not they had a home to come to, come back to all depended on two things. luck and preparation. >> right up the vine yard. surveying that which surv e survived and that which didn't. his home was spared. the random ben feficiary that claimed half the homes while sparing the other half. the silence of the canyon broken up by helicopters bringing in power poles to help restore electricity. lisa and angela hope to bring up a general rator that their home survived was less due to luck
than clearance. >> the underbrush, the blackberry bushes and twigs and stuff were like kindling down there. >> you saw that and said need to clear this out. >> yeah. >> we had just finished like three weeks before. >> no telling what impact that had. >> probably saved the house and probably saved the sheep and chickens and who knows. it was very important. >> tastes like success. >> got a nice, smoky aroma. >> reporter: this being napa there was an inspection of the product produced here. the rebuilding is just starting. keep in mind everybody up here has tales of being forced out of their homes. many of them have animals. the goats and the pigs and the sheep were all accounted for. nbc bay area news.
>> very good. that wine is the blood line of the economy in napa. thank you. today for the first time take a look. president trump tweeting about the north bay wildfires. our hearts are with all affected by the wildfires in california. god bless our brave first responders and fema team. we support you. president trump is facing backlash over a couple of issues this evening. first it appears he's backing away from supporting a bipartisan fix for obamacare. yesterday the president appeared to offer support for a bill that co-authored by democrat patty murray and republican senator lamar alexander. it would re-instate critical subsidies for insurance companies participating in the insurance exchanges. today mr. trump appeared to pull his support. >> if somebody can happen that's fine. i won't do anything to enrich the insurance companies. >> president trump is denying reports that he made an insensitive comment while speaking to the widow of fallen soldier. sergeant la david johnson is one
of four american servicemen killed in niger. the widow and a democratic congresswoman said they heard him say the soldier knew what he was getting into. mr. trump tweeted that he did not say those things. california attorney general is trying to stop president trump for what he calls the dismandi dismantling of obama care. he's asking a federal court to issue a emergency restraining order to block the trump administration effort to stop cost sharing sub di sidies thatp cut health care prices for millions of americans. california and 17 other states filed a lawsuit challenging mr. trump's decision. the same states want a restraining order to help those who get the subsidized health care through the affordable care act. >> thing are pretty crazy these days in washington, d.c. perhaps nothing crazier than the
fact that the president donald trump believes that he can pick and choose which laws he wishes to enforce. >> he said that mr. trump is trying to sabotage obama's care. it could be california's version of david and goliath. >> he's challenging the longest serving member of the u.s. senate and political figure here in the bay area. let's bring in our political analyst. does he expect to win or is this way to get his name out there? >> you don't run unless you hope you'll win. we're talking a big figure here. this is an icon and has opinion for decades. the irony is they are both democrats. they both believe in civil rights. they believe in immigration reform. they both believe in women's right to choose. how to you tell them apart? one way is the fact is they both disagree on health care. de leon wants a single payer
system. fi finestein likes the obama approach. >> he says he's a progressive, part of the resistance and pointing to her as being part of the old guard. >> you've touched on a lot. the first is he needs the job. he's going to be unemployed next year. termed out. the second is what you talked about. style. he's a rabble-rouser. he's a progressive. not afraid to get into a fight. finestein has been there for a long time. she's a moderate. she's rather work for collaborations than confrontation. the third thing is there's vast differences whether it's age, race. whether it's where they come from. you name it.
life in san francisco. you have de leon, from sfrcentr ameri america. his mother is an immigrant. you have the makings of it. >> we're talking name recognition and a lot of money to back up the campaign. does he have a chance? >> this campaign in many with respe respects will be all about finestein. if you like what she's done, why change horses. why do that? if you don't, if you don't then you'll say i need somebody new. we know this much though. we know that two things will be for sure in this senate. race number one. her voters don't view her the same way. there's something of voter fatigue. number two, the u.s. senator here from this state since 1976 has never been defeated when taking officer.
you put all these things together, we got ourselves a very interesting race. >> one that could be very sense tifr t -- sensitive with the issues of age and ethnicity. >> they're so different and also san francisco, southern california. you couldn't have for two different people. >> it's going to be fascinating. thank you. new information tonight in the case of a former oakland police officer accused of paying a prostitute for sex. police say that ryan walter house engaged with the prostitute and conspired to obstruct justice during october of last year. the prostitute claims he tipped her off to fbi undercover sting operations. his second preliminary hearing was set to resume today but now it's delayed after an oakland police lieutenant says he has video that prosecutors thought didn't exist. the video shows text messages from the phone of that prostitute. a fight turned sbo a deadly stabbing in the south bay. this happened this morning east in san jose.
police say two men were fighting when one stabbed the other. the stab victim later died. it's unclear what led to the fight. police have yet to identify the victim or the suspect. amid the destruction, a beacon of hope. how a monostair escaped the flames of one of our fires. an olympic gold medalist has now
joined the hashtag "me-too" movement to reveal sexual abuse allegations. new fall out from the harvey weinstein scandal. an olympic gymnast has joined. a she claims a former team doctor molested heif eed her an for years. in a statement on twitter she said quote, i had a dream to go to the olympics and the things i had to endure to get there were unnecessary and disgusting. >> it's giving victims a voice
that have not had a voice and choice where they haven't had a choice. >> former olympic team doctor is awaiting trial on separate criminal sexual assault charges. in addition to being sued by more than a hundred women in several court. he's plead not guilty. day two of meetings have wrapped up. there's no change to the league's policy. players can stand or kneel. the players say they are hoping the meetings will bring unity between the two sides as well as a renewed focus on the issues at the core of their protest. the nfl commissioner calls the conversation unprecedented and hopes it will bring positive change. >> they are not doing this to be disrespectful to the flag but they also understand how it's interpreted. that's why we're trying to deal with those underlying issues. >> nothing will change.
i don't need to protest anymore because the nfl is providing a better platform. >> eric reed was at the meeting yesterday. nfl players and owners plan to meet again in a few weeks. let's bring in meteorologist hoping the rain can help with fires. >> it should do a little something. the fog is rolling in in san francisco. it's pretty thick and a chilly 55 degrees. we'll talk more about this rain that could bring showers starting around 5:30 tomorrow. that's coming up in five minutes. praying for the best. how a monastery escaped the flames. thousands of people now filling
out insurance claims. claims that can be extremely complex. our consumer investigator the fire storm has thousands of people filing insurance claims. claims that can be difficult and complex. >> we've been talking about this for two weeks now. can you pad your claim to make sure you get the maximum pay
out? >> absolutely not. inventing things to inflate an insurance claim is insurance frauds which can result this fines or even prison time. insurance companies have zero tolerance for fraud. the insurance companies can turn you into the state for prosecution. keep the claim honest. it's true, you might have to fight to get the full amount you are owed but you can win sticking to the facts. getting caught committing fraud will only cause many, many more problems. >> stick to the fact. thank you, chris. we posted more questions and answers right on our website. visit nbcbayarea.com/responds. as we've been showing you for a week in the midst of heart ache you can see stories of little miracles. two monastery were in the path of deadly wildfires and they are still standing.
>> we love the forest and the beauty of this place. >> reporter: the mountains of wedwo w redwood valley. >> the silence of this place allows people to hear. >> reporter: late last sunday night father damien heard an unusual sound. >> i got a knock at the door and looked out the window. right below us here i saw what looked like the sunrising from the earth. >> reporter: that sun was the rising flames tearing through neighborhoods just down the hill. >> i rang the bell. we gathered in the church. we prayed a prayer for times of trouble. >> reporter: so the brothers prayed and waited and when they could fled. >> all the houses had been burned up.
>> reporter: a stones throw away, escaped the flames down the treacherous back road. >> when we left we weren't sure we were going to have a monastery. flames all around. >> there. >> reporter: yesterday as neighbors sifted through the ashes of their houses, residents of the two monasterys were allowed to come home. today prayers to return, different religions, one message. >> i was grateful that we had a home to come home to. i was so sad that our neighbors didn't. >> reporter: though flames came within a thousands feet of the monastery, both were untouched.
>> quiet and still. >> reporter: credit the army of firefighters who saved the monasterys and the prayers of a community that will need its spiritual mountain more than ever. nbc bay area news. >> very quiet and still. jeff is with us now as we talk about what's going on as we head toward the weekend. >> we have the rainfall developing as we head throughout the next 24 to 36 hours. the big change we're following now is the dip in the storm track. it's a trough of low pressure that basically will allow a storm system to move closer. that is a cold front. right now it's 650 miles off to the north. you can see it impacting seattle and portland eventually we'll get the possibility of some wet weather here for us.
starting off in the 50s toward the tri-valley. north bay begins overcast at 50 and expect thick fog in san francisco and 53. really throughout the day we're expecting mainly dry weather. again you can keep the umbrella in the backseat for most of the day and we'll see that possibility of rainfall return which we'll have more on in a second. across the south bay temperatures will help to keep fire danger lower as we head throughout thursday. 68 in cou throughout the east bay one of our hottest locations just 69 in antioch. 69 in livermore. peninsula comes in with 68 in p palo alto. san francisco winds kick up a bit. jacket weather in place if
you're heading to the city for any kind of work meeting or any other sort of function. up towards the north bay we know fights are working hard on the fire lines even though they have some containment built around the fires. temperatures will help out dramatically here. 64 in san to rosa and 69 in novato. it shouldn't be overly gusty. it's going to be a quick blast of wet weather once we hit 1:00 in the morning. there's a bit of shower activity left for the south bay and also for the east bay and by the friday morning commute we should start to see things clear on out. rainfall totals look pretty good for trace amounts. these are rainfall estimates.
other things i want you to be on alert for here is warmer weather in san francisco return next week. up to 78 by tuesday and 74 on wednesday. for the inland valleys rainfall chances late tomorrow night into early friday morning. we warm back up to 86 on monday. 89 on tuesday. also 86 by next wednesday. as the warmer temperatures move in sunday through wednesday of next week looks like a dry fire wind coming out of east. 10 to 20 miles an hour. that's something firefighters are watching real closely. >> we might do it again. thank you, jeff. up next, a wild week for the 49ers as they prepare for the dallas cowboys. a couple of players had a scary run in in the late night hours while the rookie quarterback is in the spotlight. just on the field...
linebacker will be cleared to play this weekend. foster he likes his chances as well. he's grateful to be taurking about a return to the field based on what happened that he and fellow line baker late sunday night. >> thank god we're safe and we made it out. l >> reporter: foster and armstrong leaving a san francisco nightclub when two men drew guns on them. they turned and ran to a nearby hotel where they called police. >> do you feel like you were targeted because of who you were or completely random? >> completely random. i didn't have no control but just be aware of your surroundings. >> reporter: that was foster's experience when the team returned home. as for fellow rookie c.j., he found out that he would be the team starting quarterback moving forward. >> don't get too high or too low in these situations.
i was trying to stay pretty mellow. he knows better than anyone on this team. they've,0 now been teammates fo six straight years. >> it's awesome we have to go to the same team and share the same field again for five years. it's incredible. i'm really looking forward to this week of practice on the field. looking forward to sunday. >> reporter: in santa clara, nbc bay area. >> 49ers hosting the cowboys. the raiders hosting the chiefs. how we looking? 5:30 kick off. >> maybe a few showers. we'll be okay. >> good football weather. >> thanks for joining us. have a great evening. >> see you at 11:00. bye bye.
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