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the news at 11:00 starts now. good evening and thank you so much for joining us. i'm garvin thomas. terri and anoushah are off tonight. a vialejo ig without water. it flooded, damaged a few cars and we are learning of another break nearby. nbc bay area's sergio q has been keeping tabs all evening and he's live from isla tonight.
sergio. >> reporter: garvin, just about the time the crews were repairing this broken water line, that second line broke. let's go ahead and show you some video of that second line. we are told at this point that it is not as big a line as the one that crews just finished repairing here. there is some pooling in the streets of water. at this point we have not been told the size of the water line there that has been broken, but clearly public works crews here in vallejo have been busy today. that is a massive pipe that sprung a leak. crews worked into the night to fix it. for most of therked in. the line broke saturday morning. >> my wi woke me up at 3:30 in the morning. you're probably not going to have to go to work. of the street is flooded. >> reporter: the water swamped several cars including his. his neighbor's car got the worst damage. >> their new acura, the sinkhole
opened up underneath them, and just tilted it in. >> the more it kept coming out the car kept sinking, finally it was all the way in there. >> reporter: antoine and his son antonio watched the water make the sinkhole bigger. they safely managed to get to their cars. houses have been without water asixre the leak. they trucked in bottled water for residents to drink and brought in a couple port a potties. some went to relatives' homes to shower. according to public works, a 14-inch water main broke and fixing it bringing in massive frames to fix the pi. expected, but they're doing pretty good, i guess. >> reporter: now, crews here telling residents they can start turning on their water and star. at this point there's no time line at the second water line
break which is at fresno street and illinois street. no time line just yet as to when that will be repaired. reporting live in fresno -- vallejo, i'm sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much. just in to the newsroom, tense moments tonight for a san jose neighborhood after a man barricaded himself inside a home for nearly five hours. several police officers responded to the home on kipling court this afternoon. about an hour ago, the man surrendered and was arrested. neighbors say it was the suspect's mother's house, and he had recently been evicted from it. a former roommate said officers had to help the mother escape out a window. fortunately no one was hurt. police stchges. a big delay for drivers and bart riders in the east bay tee. some lanes on highway 24 near the lafayette bart station are closed and there's no bart serviet walnut creek stations. it is all because of important bart track replacement work. many drivers were caught going past the area and bart riders
had to use a bus to get to their destinations. >> i had my trip all planned to the minute because i'm meeting somebody. now i don't know what it's going to be, but it's all right. >> the project will also allow bart to tree place insulators, cables, and even worn tiles. the work continues tomorrow. cal trans is strongly recommending drivers consider alternate routes. tense moments today in portland as conflicts flared between right and left wing groups. nbc's marianne favro looks at the protests that has trump right wing protesters and left wing fascist spilled onttstreet. the proud boys organized a non-permitted rally on the city's waterfront. fearing violence, some businesses closed up and more than a thousand portland police officers activated. >> it's a liberal city with progressive values and they know they'll get a rise out of us.
then they vilify us on the internet and make us look like we're the terrorists. >> reporter: former info wars leader planned the meeting and antifa movement. >> we did a march peacefully, plant our flag, came back out and they're chasing us. it shows you who's the thug. >> reporter: skirmishes broke out when antifa groups responded and some suffered injuries during several flare-ups between groups. the president chimed in this morning on twitter saying he's considering naming antifa an organization of terror, and he's watching portland tonight demonstrations and the kind of response that we had to put in place today cost millions of dollars. and if we're spending money here today doing this, those are resources that could go to other top priorities in this community. so they're, number one, miss using public taxpayer resources.
>> reporter: marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> the portland police chief says officers continue to monitor hot spots tonight in case the demonstrators re-engage. meanwhile the proud boys released a statement saying they will return to portland every month until the mayor removes, quote, violent domestic terrorists from the city. hundreds of people in san francisco today joined thousands more across the country as they gathered to demand stricter gung in front of city hall in the wake of massgilroy. the organization wants congress to act and protect americans from gun violence. mayor london breed showed hersuk including witnessing a fatal shooting as a 12-year-old girl. organizers say the senate needs to come back from the recess and vote on a background check bill. >> we're worried now about going to festivals and events in public. i mean, that's no way to live. >> a bill passed by the house would require background checks
ons all gun purchases including at gun shows. new at 11:00, police in san bruno have arrested a san francisco man they say robbed a store employee at the tan fran mall. police kpeeted out this picture of the car the suspect was in when he was taken into custody. investigators say the man stole personal items and merchandise. it's the latest violence at tan fran mall. last month there was a shooting inside the mall. go inod necino county. cal fire tweeted the moose fire is now 100% contained. the brush fire started five days ago on moose road near hop land. people were immediately evacuated when they tried to get the fire under control. the fire was burning in brush and grash in a woodland area on steep terrain. cal fire said the fire ended up burning more than00 acres. it's one of our favorite days here at nbc bay area. we teamed up with telemundo 48 to help clear the shelters. you're looking at some familiar
faces who helped find new homes for dogs and cats. in the bay area, there were more than 900 adoptions today alone. nbc bay area's ian cull has more. >> reporter: at every shelter behind every face there's a story. and today this chapter was how they were rescued. the galvea boys were looking for a kitten. >> we just came in here and saw they were free. we were going to pick one up. >> they're so cute, too. >> reporter: mom obliged. the boys eventually picking out one. >> the one we have right now, he's not an inside cat so the one we i inside cat so we can cuddle with it. >> congratulations, my son has been adopted, the kitten. >> reporter: success stories of these animals in need of love finding it on this clear the shelters day from san jose to fremont. nbc bay area and telemundo 48 were there to help. >> to come out and enjoy. >> it's hard not to fall in
love, right? >> i know. >> reporter: from berkeley, hundreds came out looking for a pet. >> i saw him on instagram, and i saw those eyes and knew i had to get him. >> reporter: back in san jose, this couple was looking for a chihuahua, but are leaving with a pitbull. >> we were like, all right, cool, yo, i want him. that's how that went. >> reporter: take iguodala on more responsibility to give these animals love and aevhome. >> he is lots of fun. want to say bye? >> okay, bye. >> we're out of here. all right, this way, no. >> reporter: ian cull, nbc bay area news. >> that's just gr ways to reduce adoption fees tomorrow. go to nbcbayarea.com for more information. still to come at 11:00, caught on camera, new video of dale earnhardt, jr., and his family escaping from a fiery plane crash. we'll show it to you. plus a man out for a walk
came within inches of some wild weather. the close call and his message tonight. and eating your greens is good for you, but not this green. some salad mix became a salad mix up. the animal found inside. >> in the tri-valley, you might not need the air conditioning as things have cooled off to start the weekend. but as soon as things have cooled down, heat coming back in the seven-day forecast. a closer look at the timing when we come right back. my experience with usaa
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you can see a man get out of the plane first, and then he is handed a small child. investigators say the plane made a hard landing and bounced off the runway. it caught fire after coming to a stop. the ntsb is investigate the cause of this crash. fortunately no one was hurt. new at 11:00, alarming new reports from the cdc, it continues to investigate ill nelses affecting teens that could be linked to vaping. the cdc said it is seeing a cluster of 94 possible cases in 14 states, the cdc can confirm cases in five states, including california. doctors say teens are having pneumonia-like symptoms. it is unclear what is causing the problem. the cdc says it will continue to search for what's causing the illnesses. in san francisco, more than 2000 back packs were given away today to disadvantaged kids. it was all part of the magic giveaway in the bay view hunters
point neighborhood. it stands for mobilization of adolescent growth in our cities. jeff adachi started the program back in 2004. it's the first year he didn't take part after he passed away in february. there were back packs for all ages filled with supplies to make that first day of school a success. >> we have a set of elementary school back packs that has school supplies. crayons, scissors, glue, notebooks as well as middle school and high it school back packs that have more noel>>bon there was ali and variety of community orient check this out. an extremely close lightning strike caught on camera. there it is.unselor in south carolina was leaving an open house when a lightning bolt struck right next to the sidewalk he was walking on. surveillance video shows it started him, dropped his
umbrella and ran to the parking lot. here's what he had to say after the close call. >> i can't live in fear. i still have to live. i will definitely be more wary of what the weather man says. when he says lightning and thunder, i want to be more cautious when i step out of my house. >> luckily mcneil was only a little shocked, but not hurt. it was day two of comic-con and it didn't disappoint. thousands came to the san jose convention center today to see thic-c hade in full costumes. and meet the greet with celebrities among the celebrities that made an appearance was jason momoa that plays aqua man. one man said the san jose comic-con is the best in the state. >> it's a small comic-con that doesn't feel small. a lot of celebrities, the art is fantastic, but the lines aren't long. >> the last day of comic-con is tomorrow and one of the big stars tomorrow is the terminator. former governor, arnold,
schwarzenegger. >> oh, my god, it's literally alive. >> an unwelcome guest appeared just in time for one family. this wisconsin family was unloading groceries when they saw something jumping in their salad. turns out it was a frog in the sealed box of mixed greens. they let the frog go and were given a refund. the parent company for the grocery store issued an apology saying, quote, this happens from time to time when organic products are involved. when they say guaranteed fresh -- >> literally. >> -- fresh and jumping. >> the too. >> rob mayeda is here to talk with us about the weekend. it was really nice. >> some places waking up to wet roadways tomorrow. in the coast, some air was of san francisco, the santa cruz mountains, you'll have drizzle for the morning. right now, san francisco, you can see downtown. not much in the way of fog or low clouds. 61 degrees the high today. 69 was a lot better which wthan
mid-'80s we saw. currently 62 with mostly clear skies, and those on-shore winds, good news for air quality again tomorrow. green across the board for your outdoor plans. no problems with smoke pollution or ground level ozone for your sunday. notice here the futurecast taking a closer look at who could see the drizzle for the morning. you see quite a bit on the west slope of the santa cruz mountains, marin county, higher hills, near san francisco what's happening here will be low clouds, once again to they're fg out some light rain at times just before sunrise there, just below the on he ocean-facing side of the santa cruz mountains. so for the morning areas of low clouds inland. 50s to start. notice all the way to the kir n kirkina strait. there might be mist in the morning. in the afternoon we see things start to clear out at least east
of the golden gate bridge. but notice the marin coast and down towards half moon bay and pacifica, quite a bit of low clouds as that sea breeze will not only keep these cloudy at the coast, but inland temperatures back to comfortable again. upper 70s to low 80s around downtown san jose. mid-'80s around morgan hill toward pleasanton. you see oakland, low 70s in the forecast. we've got more green and gold for the early afternoon start. but the a's game taking place just after 1:00, we'll see numbers comfortably in the low 70s. about 76 degrees in hayward. for the peninsula breezy at rnoo we'll see highs mostly in the 70s. downtown san francisco with bay temperatures in to wrap unr the upper 70s to low 80s. but notice the seven-day forecast at the bottom of the screen. we're going to see high pressure b b southwest. and expand westward as we get towards tuesday and wednesday. you'll notice the temperatures on the rise. pretty interesting to point out we'll see rain heading to the
pacific northwest. so the two patterns battling it out for our weather as we head for the middle part of the week. right now looks like that guy right there, high pressure is going to win the battle for the middle of the week and possibly into next weekend. so san francisco cool and drizzly, finish to the weekend. mid 70s in reach by wednesday and valleys very likely seeing those temperatures rise, i think into the mid to upper 90s as we get into wednesday and thursday and again next weekend. looks like more m way. if you like the cool weather, tomorrow and monday will be your days. >> you gave the acs a couple off, to rest, recharge. we'll need them again. thanks. baseball highlights are next. it's time for the biggest sale of the year on the
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the desert? scoring two quick runs, bases loaded for brandon. he belts one for the grand salami. the second grand slam of his career, 18 hits tonight for san francisco, five for kevin pau la pillar. the night belongs to logan. struck out 7 and only allowed one earned run for the win. they go on to beat the diamondbacks 11 hartford 6. two games over .500 and here's nice job.debut. gives up a couple thereone earn first inning, but, you know, stayed poised out there. he gave us five solid innings. you know, one earned run, one walk. he looked good, didn't he? he had good stuff, good command, nice slider going, change up. kid did a nice job in this
ballpark for his debut. >> a's hosting the astros. bottom of the third, bases loaded and matt olson would single to right center to give the a's the 3-2 lead. next batter, mark canha, he singles to right field. two runs would come in to score. the a's had five runs in the inning alone. top of the 7th, 8-3. michael brantley ball. the rookie made a spectacular heads up play to get the go on . they have won four in a row for a season high 19 games over .500. both the giants and the a's are going for the four-game sweep on sunday. that's all the time we have for sports. more news after the break. here's one you guys will like. show me making it. oh! i got one. the best of amy poehler. amy, maybe we could use the voice remote to search for something that you're not in.
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now, if you're wondering why both anoushah and terri are off tonight, they have a very, very good excuse. anoushah got married tonight, and terri was a guest at the wedding. he's the one who sent us these pictures. reports are it was an absolutely beautiful ceremony and a whole lot of fun afterwards. doesn't anoushah look wonderful? congratulations from everyone here at nbc bay area to anoushah and her new husband. we wish the newlyweds only the be >> terri makes a good wedding photographer. >> i wonder if overtime. >> i think he should. >> again, wish anoushah the very best. thanks for joining us. saturday night live is up next. ificight and a great sunday. introducing togo's new hot chicken sandwiches. the brewpub chicken with grilled chicken, crispy smokehouse bacon, and fresh avocado.
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