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the most urgent part right now is that police are on the hunt for the third suspect in the lundy killing. the confrontations with police ended with police fatally wounding those two suspects. police are looking for the third suspect. they said at a news conference they'll be releasing video showing this masked suspect in the commission of that killing. we expect that video sometime later tonight. as for the killing that happened here on kirkhaven, it all started with a police chase. >> reporter: this is how it sounded on police radio. a gun battle and car chase with a murder suspect who's on the run and may be threatening the life of his passenger. >> suspect has a female occupant in the vehicle. per our last information, 187-er. >> reporter: 187 is police code for murder. >> kirkhaven court. shots fired. one suspect down. >> reporter: the
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woman was apparently unharmed. s.w.a.t. officers had been tailing the man as a suspect in an august 13th murder on lundy avenue but police say the man took off when they realized they were following him. he apparently was trying to go to his house on kirkhaven. police say he crashed his car, ran toward his house and reached for something in his pants while on the front porch. >> the officer fired at the suspect once he did not comply with officers' demands. the suspect turned around and the officer fired again. eventually the suspect fell and he was pronounced deceased at the scene. >> reporter: it was the second time in less than a day that officers shot and killed a suspect in the same lundy murder case. sunday night police shot and killed another man in a strip mall parking lot. they were the fourth and fifth deadly police shootings this year. >> i don't have the data to know why we're seeing more right now. >> reporter: mayor sam liccardo
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said each case will be investigated by police and the district attorney's office. >> it is not surprising to me that two very violent homicide suspects might be engaged in some way in provoking but i just don't know and we need to find out. >> reporter: family members of the latest shooting victim did not want to speak to reporters but they gathered near the spot where the man was killed and laid a bible down in the street. >> friends and family of that victim are starting to gather here at the scene. they planned a vigil for later tonight. police said at a news conference this afternoon they initially believe that suspect was reaching for something, possibly a gun in his waistband. they said today at a news conference he was unarmed, however, they did recover a tech 30 weapon, semi automatic assault weapon. they wouldn't say where that weapon was found but they believe it was a weapon used in the commission of the lundy
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killing. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> the fatal shootings trace back to a murder last week at a san jose office park. our coverage continues with kpix 5 devin fehely and chilling photos taken moments before a brutal killing. >> at that point he knew he was going to be shot. i struggle with that. >> reporter: it's this image that haunts michelle, a snapshot from a security camera obtained by the mercury news that shows her friend and former coworker christopher max wren, hands raised and in an apparent sign of surrender moments before he was shot and killed. >> i can't imagine what the victim was going through. >> reporter: investigators have not said what triggered the shooting but court records paint at least a partial picture. for more than a decade he's been in and out of trouble with the law, arrested and convicted multiple times for the possession, sale, or use of methamphetamines. >> the suspects were running
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after and intimidating and terrorizing the victim. >> reporter: she says her former coworker was polite, charming even, and has well documented problems with drugs only tell part of the story. >> his brother had posted on facebook how much he's going to be missed and how great the out pour was for him. a lot of people loved him. >> according to court records, wren was arrested most recently in february of this year for being under the influence of drugs. that's around the same time he lost a job. friends and co-workers say after that arrest they had struggled to help him get back on his feet. devin fehely, kpix 5. right now the california air national guard is trying to save a man's life hundreds of miles at sea. the rescue mission started this afternoon in mountain view. a sailor is in trouble 900 miles out in the pacific. allen martin is following the developing story from our news room. >> pretty daring rescue they're
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going to attempt here. the guardsmen will parachute in to the water and make their way in to the ship where there's apparently a medical emergency. chopper 5 caught the c130 as it took off this afternoon. normally the 129th rescue wing would use this in a combat mission. here's another look at the plane just before take-off. they've loaded it up with supplies to perform this rescue. not a lot of details available but we know the injured man who needs help is on a vehicle carrier called the green ridge. those onboard with him don't have apparently what they need to take care of him medically. the air national guard did get the call this morning from the u.s. coast guard. >> we at the 129th rescuing specialize in rescue operations and since we hold this responsibility at california air national guardsmen to the state of california we will respond in the most severe cases only for a rescue operation. >> the 129th air national guard
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emphasizes the call in to action only in the most extreme instances. we got an up-close look at what they do a few years ago. normally they're flying in to war zones. this was just a practice run but you can see how daring it is. they take hundreds of pounds of gear with them. the team credited with saving the lives of more than a thousand people. and of course we'll continue to monitor the mission, get you the update tonight on how it turns out. allen martin, back to you. east bay m.u.d. is having to answer tough questions tonight after nine water lines broke following yesterday's 4.0 quake. new at 6:00, kpix mark sayre on whether our water system ready for a big quake. >> while the damage from yesterday's quake was minor, it definitely does serve as a
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warning. >> reporter: when the ground shook on monday morning it did more than just shake up animals and people. east bay m.u.d. said nine water lines broke including this one in richmond. the good news, they were all smaller lines and only about 100 customers in all lost water service. >> the pipes that broke were mostly the older 1920s, 1930s cast iron pipes which isn't surprising. these are brittle pipes more susceptible to ground movement. >> reporter: but when a bigger quake hits, the entire water delivery system could be at risk. most of the water is on a fault. one of the signature accomplishments, the massive claremont tunnel that crosses the hayward fault and will flex in the event of a big quake. >> it can move within the fault lines.
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if there was a large jolt on the fault, we should be able to withstand it or at least not have as much damage as we would have. >> east bay m.u.d. is on five reservoirs. in the event of any kind of disruption. >> we don't know how long we'll be without water when the big one does hit. >> reporter: major infrastructure improvements are underway on the hetch hetchy system. that project includes replacing huge pipes that bring water to the peninsula and san francisco. water planners are busy reinforcing the physical infrastructure. the very easy steps you can take, experts say make sure you have a three to seven-day supply of water in the home in the event of a major water disruption. mark sayre, kpix 5. >> the numbers are in and they're not good. the drought is costing california's farmers
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and related companies $1.8 billion. it's costing more than 10,000 jobs as well. that's up 30% from last year. the losses are hitting the central valley the hardest. a report from uc davis warns the economic costs will rise if the drive does not let up. a woman killed while watching her children play outside. coming up, her father's plea as police try to track down her killer. >> mystery solved. a paddle border missing from lake tahoe turns up safe and sound in missouri. why he says it was all a big misunderstanding. >> artwork worth millions stolen years ago. what has the fbi putting the call out to find it now. >> it's the same sunshine as yesterday but a different source of air. and that led to 20 degrees of cooling away from the water. places like vacaville not in the 100s. instead we're in the 80s and we're not done cooling yet. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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hayward police need help finding three people suspected of killing a teenager about to join the marines. they released these sketches. all of them are described as latino, aged 17 or 18 years old. they escaped in a silver suv. they're wanted for shooting keonta murphy two weeks ago. the three teens approached him. police say after exchanging words with the suspect, murphy was gunned down. a two-alarm fire broke out this morning that sent a massive plume of smoke over the neighborhood. the fire broke out around 10:00 between 46th and 47th avenues on tereval. it scorched the rip tide bar, a popular hangout for surfers and
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locals. it also caused minor damage to the great highway market next door. state health officials have confirmed tonight a second visitor to yosemite national park has been diagnosed with a case of the plague. that disease is carried by wild rodents and their fleas. earlier this month a child contracted the plague after visiting yosemite. the park has closed several campgrounds as they treat the area with insecticide. a polish tourist who went missing at lake tahoe has been found safe in missouri. police began searching for the man after his rented board and go pro were found on the lake. these were the photos on the camera according to police. someone in a personal water craft bumped him off his board. rather than risk drowning trying to get to it, he just let it float away. tips led police to a friend who reported he was safe and continuing his vacation. a fiery wake-up call in las
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vegas this morning. this is video from a viewer who happened to be nearby a hot air balloon business near the strip, a propane tank exploded there. firefighters had to use water to cool the other tanks to keep them from exploding as well. time to go check the weather. paul deanno joins us. we're seeing a bit of a cool-down. it's not as bad as it has been. >> it was a little oppressive the past couple days. a welcome cool-down. >> nothing like vegas. we were just looking at video of vegas. >> vegas i think at 119 last week. for us, 106, 107. tis but a flesh wound as they'd say. 78 degrees in santa cruz today. livermore, 93. still hot. it wasn't the 104 you had yesterday. morgan hill, 87. gold n gaet -- -golden gate fog free.
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we're getting the ocean influence and nights are getting longer. we're losing about 2 minutes and 10 seconds of daylight per day. mountain view tonight, 57. 55, vallejo. things are changing. it's always interesting . this is what i love about the sensitivity of our weather. the same ridge that caused it to be 104 to 106 away from the water simply by moving its location will be the same ridge that gives us now the cooler weather. the ridge is now going to go from directly over the bay area sliding down to the south allowing the ocean influence to return. the ridge merely is moving its location. that changes everything for us. that teaming up with a low pressure area to the north. all feeding in the onshore flow. any time of year that we get the ocean influence, it moderates the temperatures. makes us warmer in the wintertime and cooler in the summertime. the air conditioning bill will be a
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little less the next few days. san jose, 80. napa, 80 degrees. san rafael, 79 and san francisco 68 degrees. this is the set it and forget it forecast. let the rotisserie turn. 80s inland across the board through the weekend. 70s near the bay. 60s at the coast . if you liked today's weather, don't go anywhere for the next week. it's going to be perfect. very comfortable. >> set it and forget it. love that infomercial. the family of a mom who was killed by a stray bullet in the bayview still haven't given up hope on finding her killer. maria lourdes sosa was sought in a crossfire of bullets. her three kids watched her die. today her father pleaded for help in finding a suspect. using a translator, he described
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his daughter's brave actions. >> when the firing occurred, she was out front with the children and she was running to her children to protect her children when this happened. and she was struck with a bullet. and passed away. >> a 38-year-old man was also shot and killed in the same crossfire. homicide investigators have collected footage from several surveillance cameras in the area. they believe the person of interest was inside this black truck, likely a dodge ram. a $2 million discovery at a beverly hills pawnshop turns out to be the key to solving a new england art heist. how a reality tv star helped catch the thieves. >> reporter: the star of the reality tv show, beverly hills pawn, known for selling high end goods and dealing with works from street artist banksy.
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he recently became the center of an investigation. 37-year-old oscar roberts seen in this picture. he's been sentenced to 28 months in federal prison after he tried to send paintings. the office got a tip that works were being moved from new england to southern california late last year. >> because it was too hot to sell them up there. >> reporter: the investigation led to beverly hills where it landed in michelle steeler's hand. >> we average 2,000 pawn slips a month which michelle looks at. >> reporter: steeler cross referenced the information on the pawn slips with an fbi database and got multiple hits. the paperwork led to roberts and two other men who have been convicted in the case.
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he says the paintings came in to the store unframed. they say the works suffered damage which caused them to drop in value. >> they were valued between $1 and $2 million. >> we report everything. we have to report it. >> reporter: two other paintings are still missing. now the fbi is offering a $20,000 reward to help close the case picture-perfect. >> fbi officials say those two missing paintings could be anywhere in the world. it could take years to find them. still ahead, walgreen's on the hook big time. >> what the drugstore chain failed to do for its pharmacy customers and the bay area connection to the case.,,,,,,,,,
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new push to pass. a measure did not make it through the legislature earlier this
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year. >> support for this law runs across all demographics. >> reporter: in sacramento today, pro tem kevin de leon is joining a last ditch effort to rescue a bill which would allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with the help of doctor prescribed medications. >> brittany died peacefully in her sleep. >> reporter: diaz was the husband of brittany maynard, a terminally ill 30-year-old anaheim woman who traveled to oregon where doctors were able to assist her end her life. jack pickny says the so-called end of life option act faces powerful opposition first from the catholic church. >> many of the democrats are catholic and they feel pressured by the catholic church, pressured by their own beliefs. >> reporter: and opposition from some people with disabilities. >> people with disabilities warn there's a slippery slope. if you allow euthanasia in this
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case, you're going to have laws covering people with disabilities and people with disabilities will be pressured to end their lives. >> in order for the right to die bill to have any chance of becoming a state law, it must pass both houses of the state legislature before september 11th. one of the nation's biggest pharmacy chains is promising to make some changes. as consumer watch reporter julie watts explains, walgreen's will be giving out more than just pills to people who fill prescriptions. >> a lawsuit accused walgreen's of failing to offer patients a personal consultation with the pharmacist. that's something required by california law so customers can ask questions about their drugs. according to a lawsuit an undercover investigation revealed walgreen's pharmacists routinely didn't give customers that opportunity. walgreen's agreed to pay a half million dollar
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fine and agreed to implement new measures. the drugstore did not admit any wrongdoing. if you made a purchase on the pottery barn kids website last week, you may be getting a refund. last monday pottery barn kids offered 20% to 25% all sheets and do -- and duvets. they refused to refund the difference. that is a violation of ftc truth and advertising regulations so we brought it to the regulator's attention. >> they're more sophisticated than you think they are. they do know about our rules for disclosures on websites. the advertising principles of conspicuously disclosing critical terms and conditions is not new. they also know not
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disclosing the terms. >> they said last week, quote, regrettably we had an error. we are taking immediate steps to rectify this error. they did offer to refund anyone who, quote, contacted them. however, we urged the company to reconsider and issue an automatic credit instead of putting the onus on consumers. good news. as of today, they've started issuing those automatic refunds. remember, if you have a consumer problem, you can e-mail us, consumerwatch@cbssf dot -- consumerwatch@cbssf.com. >> you've got to lay off pottery barn. [ laughter ] >> it was just a coincidence that we had two separate issues with the same store. they offered to fix both the issues. >> keeping them honest. >> did the right thing and so did they. b.a.r.t. is making it easier for cyclists to bike and ride. the transit agency opened
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a bike parking station today at san francisco's civic center. there are over 200 spots both covered and open. for the secured spot, cyclists are charged 3 cents an hour to keep bikes in the storage room. the open spaces are provided free of charge. civic center is the sixth b.a.r.t. station to open a bike station. >> coming up in our next half hour, did police go too far? >> you're on his prosthetic leg. >> what police said led to this tense confrontation on the street. >> a green light for the little pink pill. why critics say the risk of the female sex drug aren't worth it. >> up unit till now it's been a boys club. how these women are breaking a big military barrier. ,,,,
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pacific on a medical rescue mission. an elite team will parachute in to the waters 900 miles off the coast to help treat an injured sailor. the crew from the 129th rescue left from moffat field this afternoon. east bay mud having to explain why nine water mains broke after yesterday's earthquake. the water agency says those pipes that broke were mostly older pipes. in the event of a big quake east bay mud built the claremont water tunnel that crosses the hayward fault line. it will actually flex when the ground shakes. new video shows a swarm of san francisco police officers subsuing a man with a prosthetic leg. >> kpix 5's mike sugerman tells us the video has many wondering if officers went too far. >> reporter: the latest police video making the rounds on social media happened here across the street from the plaza on market street in san francisco and it's being seen worldwide. >> you're on his prosthetic
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leg. >> reporter: the video is making rounds on social media. >> clearly he's not going anywhere. he can't run. police brutality to the fullest. >> reporter: that's one popular view. >> not enough information to come to an educated equation. >> reporter: so is that. police say and one eyewitness we talked with confirms the man was waving around heavy sticks he used as crutches, appeared mentally disturbed, and was fighting back even after handcuffed. >> he fell to the ground and officers used their body weight to hold him down. as they're holding him down he does kick officers. >> reporter: the man was never arrested, rather taken to the hospital for mental observation, later released. the incident is under investigation. but the woman who shot the video thinks this is part of a bigger problem. >> this isn't just ferguson. this is not just new york. this is not just dallas. this is across america. wherever you have a police warrant
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encountering black people. >> reporter: when she shot the video she was on her way to talk to an editor about her latest project, police brutality. and as we were reporting our story where the first incident took place, police took down another suspect from a robbery with a heavy presence. want to see it unfold? check youtube. there were cameras all over. mike sugerman, kpix 5. >> police are asking for the entire half-hour video shot by that woman. the family of a woman taken hostage and killed during a bank robbery is suing stockton and its police department. it ended in a wild chase in a shootout on city streets. more than 600 shots were fired and when it was over, misty holt-singh was dead. a report yesterday called the actions of the police excessive. now her family has filed a lawsuit claiming negligence, battery, and violations of civil
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rights. >> we believe the right thing for the city to do is to continue to accept responsibility and get this matter resolved. to not do so is wrong to paul, to ms. huber and ms. castoya and a dis-service to the police officers involved and the community. >> the city and police department haven't commented on the lawsuit. when it comes to the report, the police chief said the robbers pose adrisk to the community and had to be stopped. it's a first in a 60-year history of the army rangers. two women have just earned the elite ranger tag. allen martin shows us it wasn't easy. >> reporter: after 62 days of grueling training, two women are now on their way to graduating alongside 94 men from the army elite ranger school. the two were among 19 females who took
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part in the first ever co-ed training. >> carrying the rough sack which is pretty heavy, running missions, learning how to do patrolling in different types of environment, none of that is aided by the fact that the students probably average between two and four hours of sleep a night. >> reporter: they started the grueling journey in april with hundreds of other soldiers, first doing 49 pushups, 59 sit-ups and a 5-mile run in 40 minutes. they mastered military mountaineering, parachute jumps and air assaults. >> the route of everything, the purpose is to create combat leaders and help make the rest of the army better. >> reporter: the female graduates won't be able to join the 75th ranger regiment since the force remains closed to women. >> the military is expected to keep some combat roles male
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only. all 96 rangers will graduate this friday during a ceremony in fort benning, georgia. white house hired its first openly transgender staff member today, a new outreach and recruitment director for the presidential personnel. before this appointment, she was a policy advisor at the national center for transgender equality. transportation officials are trying to discourage some marijuana influence thefts. in idaho, washington and colorado, you won't find any 420 milemarker signs. the number 420 has long been associated with marijuana and 420 mile markers have become a collector's item. so the solution, those signs have been replaced with ones that say 419.9. >> got to fool them some way. still ahead, signing off on the little pink pill. >> the fda clears a drug to
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there's going to be a new nonstop destination. american airlines will offer charter flights. roundtrip tickets will go for about $900 each. hundreds of new jobs in oakland. why san francisco companies are setting up shop across the bridge. join me at 10:00 on our sister station kbcw cable 44. could video games strengthen your brain? bay area scientists say it's possible and could help people of all ages. >> hopefully all that donkey kong i played when i was a kid
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helped out a bit. we have clear skies over san francisco bay right now, mainly clear skies. low cloud cover continues tonight. we're going to get cooler.
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warning that combining it with alcohol could be dangerous. a northern cal tech startup has developed a video game that might be able to treat people with adhd. >> reporter: a few quick key strokes and our producer may have just helped improve her memory. that's the claim from luminosity, one of the several services improving cognitive skills. it's expected to make $6 billion in the next five years. >> if we jump too aggressively forward without doing our diligence, we don't reach our goals. >> reporter: he's one of 75 scientists who signed a letter to the brain gaming industry criticizing exaggerated claims about staving off memory loss.
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>> we need a lot more basic research to figure out how these things work and if they work. there's something here that this field is based on a solid foundation. >> reporter: unlike his scientific counterparts who signed the letter, he's working with bay area tech startup akili to develop video games that could actually improve a person's memory. this one is called neuro racer and it focuses on multitasking. the player drives a car through a 3d course. sounds pretty easy, right? at the same time the player must respond to the road signs that pop up at the top of the screen and the game gets harder as you get better. he's the chief science advisor for the game which was originally used to help seniors improve their memories. but he says this kind of challenge could have a positive impact on people of all ages. >> since the game is active at improving cognitive control, the
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idea is it can have an impact on populations outside of older adults. >> reporter: he says he hopes neuro racer can one day be used to treat psychiatric disorders. >> the doctor hopes to test his hypothesis by putting the game through the fda approval process for medical devices. some pediatricians are concerned the video games may be used instead of traditional treatments that are proven to be about 80% to 90% effective. as they head off to college, we're getting a look at the mindset of students from the class of 2019. since most were born in 1997 or later, they've always had google. cell phones are so common that teachers might not know if they're being used to take notes or set up a party. in their lifetime hong kong has always been under chinese role and mr. jones and mr. smith have always been the men in black and not their next
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door neighbors. >> raise your hand if you now feel old. weather watchers, we're starting with these great pictures. this shows the fog over tilden park in berkeley. that's a sign the onshore flow is back. temperatures outside are responding. they are dropping. antonio reporting in 64 degrees and daly city, 11 miles per hour. even on the other side of the east bay hills, bill moon reporting 75 degrees. the cool-down is here. the heat wave is finished. a peek outdoors. san bruno, 70 degrees outside. 70 in oakland. 71 for santa rosa. so much cooler in the north bay today. san francisco, 67. fog does return tonight. it will push inland tonight and lows will drop to the 50s for the most
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part tonight. vallejo to 59. mid 50s in napa and santa rosa. won't be too long till we see overnight lows in the 40s. warm months though. it's been a really warm month. 5 degrees warmer than average in san francisco. 18 days here. well above average in livermore and santa rosa. not as much in the south bay but a little bit warmer than average. why the change? ridge of high pressure, all it did was move. it's now sitting to our south. we'll develop a low pressure area to our north that will enhance the onshore flow then a third pressure system if you will, a low pressure area. that will kick the onshore flow in to overdrive. southwest wind continues. morning cloud cover. afternoon sunshine. all of our guys are our friends because they'll keep the temperatures down. no more heat. just very comfortable sunny afternoon. sunny skies, even at the coast by noon time.
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temperatures will stay close to average. column on the right are the normals. column on the left what we expect tomorrow. milpitas, your high tomorrow 78. it's hump day in san mateo. danville, 85. pittsburg, 85. livermore, 86. 65 in daly city. berkeley, 71 degrees. still hot if you get far enough from the water. places like ukiah still in the 80s. 60s along the coast. very comfortable weather as the heat wave is now finished. that's your kpix 5 forecast. we've hit a milestone as we count down to super bowl 50. this week orlando pineda from one degree is the host committee's 25th playmaker. one degree uses technology to help the bay area's low income
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nfl up top. a story we've been following since midafternoon when it broke. another 49er player gone. jerome simpson on the receiving end of this pass has been suspended six games as a result of last summer, his possession for marijuana. third off-field offense in four years. penciled in as the 49ers' third receiver. the team was aware this might happen when the 49ers brought him in in the offseason. hyde has the distinction of being the guy following frank gore. he showed his potential as a rookie averaging four yards per carry last season. he says he knows he's got the upper hand on gore in one category. >> i'm obviously bigger than frank. my legs are probably fresher than frank's. this is the beginning for me. he's been there, done that. i don't really see too much a
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difference. frank was a guy that i watched before i got drafted, used to watch his tapes, see how he ran, how patient he was. kind of copies his game a little bit. >> gore now with the colts. another reminder that kpix 5 is the preseason home of the 49ers. you can see sunday's game against the dallas cowboys right here at 5:00. got some swagger back. and why not? nice first impression of the 18-3 win over the rams last friday. the defense was everywhere. held the rams to a single field goal. according to quarterback tj, friday night was only the beginning. >> that game really set the tone for us to have a good start preseason-wise. so that's something that we have to understand that this is game 1. we've got to feel for what we need to do, what we need to fix, how we want to execute. moving forward we know that we can be a
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force that can really take control. it's just preseason but you like to win every game that you battle in. >> he'll see philip rivers october 25th. rivers, the league's latest mega million star. he signed a four-year deal with san diego reportedly worth $83 million. $65 million guaranteed. that will come in handy with two sons, five daughters, and one on the way. >> with the arrival of your sixth daughter, does it help you budget a little bit for those future weddings? >> yeah, again, i don't know if it changes necessarily that too much but when you start to add up those girls, there can be quite a few expenses. thankfully i think we'll be all right. >> as i like to say, and now
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something really different. here's taking living in a bubble to a whole new level. >> put your arms through the straps. grab the handles and you're good to go. >> that's it? and it's away we go? >> mm-hmm. >> that's a welcome to bubble soccer. in europe, bubble football. use the old cliche, it is what it is. >> i wanted to play. there was nowhere else to do it so i started a company. >> you've got to admit this is something you don't see every day. >> definitely new. >> they come by and say what is that? you probably get that a lot. >> these bubbles advertise themselves. >> i think there's the added tempted aggression of not just
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kicking the ball but being able to bang in to each other. >> definitely very nice. >> here's a look at it indoors. its roots trace back to 2011. a couple guys in norway came up with the idea. now you can randomly spot these bumpers at a park near you. >> everybody up here fell asleep until they saw them go down like bowling pins indoors. you can really tee off on somebody in there. and bring your favorite cold beverage because it gets warm inside that bubble. >> are they heavy? >> no not heavy at all. put it on like a backpack and boom, there you go. >> for news throughout the evening, the latest ♪ standing by for fun. ♪
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! ["family feud" theme playing] give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] audience: [cheering] steve: thank you very much. how you folks? thank you very much. thank you very much, everybody. thank you very much. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. you know what? got a good one for you today, folks. returning for their third day, from tampa, florida, it's the o'donoghue family! audience: [cheering] steve: and straight from our nation's capital, washington, d.c., it's the woodland family. audience: [cheering] steve: everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand-new fuel-efficient ford fusion
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hybrid. audience: [cheering] steve: let's play "feud," everybody! give me yasin. give me brandy. ["family feud" theme playing] hey, guys, we got top 7 answers on the board. here we go. we asked 100 married men, tell me one word you wouldn't want to see your wife search for on google. yasin. >> divorce. steve: divorce. >> whoo! >> we're playing! we're playing! steve: they're going to play. >> we're going to play. steve: all right. audience: [cheering] steve: all right, tiffany, let's go. we asked 100 married men, tell me one word you wouldn't want to see your wife search for on google. >> well, i love watching the i.d. channel, so i'm gonna say murder. >> yo, good answer. >> good answer! good answer! steve: murder. >> good answer. good answer. steve: tiana? what do you do, tiana? >> um, i work at a hair salon in downtown washington, d.c. >> i see you. i see you.

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