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he gave him some mes. he is stable. he is able to help us in certain situations like how do you feel? what areas do we need to concentrate on when we pull? >> reporter: firefighters are removing debris that actually pinned the worker in the hole. they are able to have a conversation with him. about an hour ago we thought he would be removed but that's not the case. they are taking their time and watching the weather hoping it doesn't rain because that will hinder the he was. they're digging deep. one firefighter is down there now community waiting with him to make sure he is okay -- look like he is communicating with him to make sure he is okay. we are on 23rd avenue here in oakland. a lot of people in the area are watching. the owner of the property says he first called this sewage company because he was having some sewage issues. he said they are a reputable company. they have used them in the past and this is just an unfortunate situation but it looks like hopefully, in the next half- hour or so, he will be out.
we'll certainly bring you the latest development. that's the latest here. i'm juliette goodrich live in oakland. late-night meltdown at a fa a santa clara county sheriff's deputy is in trouble after a late-night meltdown at a fast-food drive through. kpix 5's len ramirez on what the deputy allegedly did while waiting for his order. >> reporter: this is a fast- food window where it happened here in the city of santa clara. the off-duty deputy sheriff was allegedly drunk and very upset that his fast food wasn't coming fast enough. santa clara police arrested 33- year-old benjamin lee, a veteran deputy sheriff for driving under the influence of alcohol and brandishing a firearm. it happened during an overnight fast food run at the jack-in- the-box on el camino in lafayette. witnesses say that lee, who was off duty and behind the wheel with two passengers, became irate that the line was taking
too long at 2:40 a.m. sunday. when he reached the witnesses he said he was angry and pointed a gun at the clerk and manager. place say employees called -- police say employees called 911 and officers arrived faster than the food. lee was still in line waiting for his order when officers blocked his car, then arrested him and took him to jail. he was booked and released on bail. the sheriff's department santa clara county sheriff's department issued a statement today saying that in addition to the criminal investigation being conducted by santa clara police, there is an internal investigation being done by the sheriff and the officer, mr. lee, is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the criminal and internal investigates. live in santa clara, len ramirez, kpix 5. in our other big story tonight the fate of the raiders staying in oakland in the hand of 32 nfl team owners voting on which teams, if any, will be moving to l.a. >> kpix 5's christin ayers is
at the nfl owners meeting in houston where there have been a lot of twitter and turns. >> reporter: mark davis walked into today's meeting the owner of the oakland raiders but how long his team will belong to oakland is in the hands of the nfl's 32 team owners. nfl commissioner roger goodell welcomed them today before closing the door on a marathon negotiation session. >> we're looking for a lively discussion that could go throughout the day. >> reporter: discussion about whether to move the raiders, the charger or the rams to los angeles. proposal a would move the raiders and chargers to a shared stadium in carson. option b, move the rams and chargers or rams and raiders to a stadium in inglewood. or c, the owners could deny a move by any of the teams to los angeles. after six hours of talks -- >> i presented on behalf of carson and on behalf of the raiders and the chargers with the owners. >> reporter: disney ceo bob iger swarmed by reporters as he grabbed coffee shortly after a presentation that he says lasted 30 minutes. he would not confirm that a
relocation committee voted 5-1 in favor of the carson deal. >> i'm passionate about moving the raiders and the chargers to carson and i had a message that i wanted to deliver about that. and that's all i did. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: dr. death and a handful of die-hard raiders fans came from oakland with their own message for the owners. >> our home is oakland. that's why we're hear to make our voices heard. >> that was christin ayers in houston. we'll be hearing her at 7:30 after of the president's state of the union. after a couple of days of dry weather things are about to get wet. let's get to the chief meteorologist paul deanno. >> reporter: it's already being picked up on kpix 5 hi-def doppler. the next round of rainfall is raining heavy far northern california. and it's coming here. it's not here yet. light rain being reported now in ukiah but the majority of the rainfall still offshore. and you will in the as i put it in the time lapse mode things
are moving almost due south to for the so it's going to be several more hours before the rainfall makes it here. letterman futurecast paint the weather picture for the evening. it is midnight to 1 a.m. when that rain steady to heavy at times crosses the golden gate and get you in oakland and also hayward, redwood, san mateo and san francisco and it will stay wet through the overnight hours into the morning compute. and that will be the biggest impact from this weather system moving through is a very slow and very sloppy drive to work or to school tomorrow. there will be mountain snowfall but moderate impact. i don't expect widespread flooding. ponding on the road is likely. wind advisory in effect including lake tahoe snow totals up to 14" of new snowfall by this time tomorrow night. we have rain and snow and things are trending much wetter in th long-range outlook. that's coming up in 10 minutes. the chp is looking into whether a shooting last night on i-80 is related to others
along a similar stretch of east bay freeways. this also shooting happened on eastbound lanes near fitzgerald drive. there have been five others close by including one that left a man dead. last night a woman driving her three children were caught in the gunfire. someone was targeting another car but bullets hit her vehicle. her 2-year-old toddler was injured by flying glass. two people in another car were hit. but they are expected to be okay. the shooter got away. developing news over site. a high stakes situation in the persian gulf. iranian forces are holding 10 u.s. navy sailors. the pentagon says the trouble started off the farsi islands in the persian gulf when two small navy vessels had mechanical problems and drifted into iranian waters. iran accused them of trespass. u.s. officials say the sailors will be freed. in less than an hour,
president obama will deliver his final state of the union. he wants to begin the final year optimistic. it comes as a new poll shows americans are divided on the president's record. 46% approve, 47% disapprove of his job performance. the president gave some clues to what he will tackle tonight in a preview posted to facebook. in it he says, quote, he is leaving it all on the field meaning he doesn't plan on ending his tenure quietly. he says there's a lot of work still to be done and that he can't do it alone. >> i'm going to talk a little bit about why it's so important for you to be involved and why it's so important that every american is paying attention because we've got some big choices ahead and i'm confident that if we make those right choice, that our future is going to be bright. >> you can watch the president's final state of the union tonight at 6:00 right here on kpix 5. that's followed by a special edition of kpix 5
news. the drawing isn't until tomorrow. but some in the bay area are already cashing in. >> who is already a winner in the .5 billion-dollar powerball jackpot? that's coming up. >> tensions are high after last month's police -- fatal police shooting of mario woods. i'm cate caugiran with the latest on san francisco supervisors' apology to woods' family. [ closing bell ] >> first, stocks closed up today recovering slightly from a sharply lower start to the year. and shaking off pressure after oil briefly dipped below $30 a barrel. >> here's the closing numbers from wall street today. ,,,,,,,,
investigation. cate. >> reporter: there were several new development at this afternoon's board of supervisors meeting. we know that the shooting happened last december in the bayview but it is still front and center here at city hall. >> they killed my child like an animal and they said that was their email. that was their text messages. >> reporter: mario woods's mother stood before the board of supervisors with dozens of supporters pleading. >> if we don't do anything about that, it's going to happen again. [ crying ] >> reporter: supervisor london breed introduced a resolution calling for an independent federal investigation of mario woods' death. >> i mourn the loss of far too many young african-americans in my life. and since december 2nd of this last year, i mourn yet another. >> reporter: supervisor david campos introduced another resolution offering a public apology and condolences to wood' mother. >> it's important for me that we collectively as a board of supervisors we're on record as saying, we are sorry for what
happened. >> reporter: but even before the resolution for the apology was announced gwen wood said this. >> thank you for the apology. [ crying ] >> somebody, please, tell me why [ indiscernible ] i don't get it. >> reporter: now, mario woods' mother is referring to the officers who shot her son. according to her, they are back at work. we are still waiting to confirm those details with san francisco police. now, back to campos' resolution that called for police reforms and also to designate july 22 mario woods birthday as mario wood remembrance day. reporting live at san francisco city hall, cate caugiran, kpix 5. well, an alert for parents tonight. coming up, why several brand of children's cough syrup are being called nationwide. >> a pack of gum and a powerball ticket, what do they have in common? dollar bills. i'll tell you more coming up just after this.
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during the big event. super bowl 50 is shining a spotlight on human trafficking in the bay area. federal authorities plan to take a new approach on it. they plan to reach out to sex workers in the runup to the game and get them to turn against the traffickers. they say the super bowl is a good platform to get the word out about this global epidemic. >> what we need is to bring awareness to the community to let them know if you see something say something because that's how we attack the problem of human trafficking is bringing awareness to it so people realize, a, it's going on in their communities and, b, to report it so we can actually rescue those victims and bring the perpetrators to justice. >> federal authority share their antitrafficking efforts with state and local leaders today during a meeting in san francisco city hall. still no decision tonight on whether a judge will hold work on a super bowl media site being built on a youth soccer field. the league has begun construction on the field next to levi's stadium. the santa clara youth soccer league is suing the city and
the nfl. it's concerned about long-term damage to the city-owned field and want the judge to issue an injunction. in the meantime, the san jose earthquakes are offering the use of two of its field to the youth soccer players. a motorcyclist was killed during the morning compute in san jose after lambing into the side of an suv. the crumpled bike gives you an idea how hard the impact was. police are trying to piece together what happened but a witness said that the biker on hills day avenue blew through a yellow light. he hit the suv which is making a turn on kirk road. that driver is cooperating. a recall tonight involving children's cough medical. the company is recalling two types. nine retailers are recalling children's cold medicals sold nationally under a number of brand names. the cough syrup is sold at
stores including cvs, rite aid and dollar general. the markings are inaccurate on the dosing cup which could lead to overdose. there are no reports of injuries. as any hopeful ticket holder knows the record- breaking powerball jackpot is up to 1.5 billion-dollar. >> that record amount means there's probably going to be a winner after tomorrow's drawing. >> kpix 5's emily turner is live in daly city and says local businesses are already cashing in. emily. >> reporter: that's right. people are don't usually buy tickets, they are probably buying other things that they probably wouldn't. it adds up. >> regular size only. >> reporter: dean's liquor and sandwich shop is a popular lunch shop but this line is for powerball tickets not the famous pastrami subs. >> if i zealot try like this, i don't need -- if i sell lottery tickets like this every day, i don't need to do everything i
could survive by selling just ticket. >> reporter: powerball isn't the only thing making the register ring. saturday the lines in the lottery wound through the store and those folks got hungry. >> some of them bought sandwiches too, you know, so it boost my business. >> reporter: for the first time the powerball jackpot is $1.5 billion. people who don't normally buy tickets are doing so. the incidental purchases add up. >> waited in line to buy my sandwich and then, um, then said, i'm here i'll buy a couple of powerball ticket too. >> reporter: it's such a moneymaker hamid is considering staying open 24 hours to sell a winning ticket and promises a week's worth of free sandwiches if he sells it. if not when it comes to the bottom line and a full belly he and his customers still win. >> but the sandwich is excellent. >> so if you don't win the
powerball you got lunch. >> yes. >> reporter: so winning lunch or winning the powerball, you do have one more day. if you want to buy that winning ticket or 7:00 tomorrow night. while you're there, pick up a pack of gum. it's good for business. reporting live in daly city, emily turner, kpix 5. >> if you played last time or the time before too, you have to play this time. >> how can you not go all in now? >> that was my thick. >> if you took the annuity would you make more than a dollar every second for 25 years. >> thanks for that. >> for 25 years. >> mr. math. >> that's $10 right there since we were talking. >> of course, that's how paul thinks. >> meteorology, math, it all works like that. the numbers are getting bigger. more rain, more frequently and larger storms. here we go look at the storm coming. kpix 5 hi-def doppler tracking
closer to the coastline before midnight tonight raining in san francisco and oakland. look at the snow in the next couple of days in the sierra. on the oakland 5 feet of snow will fall near mount shasta. if you have driven there the last few years there was no snow. certainly will not be a concern coming up this winter. san jose mild and 61 degrees. oakland 60. lived 64. san francisco 53. cloudy wet and mild only dropping to 53 in fremont. san rafael 53 degrees. it will be raining tonight so temperatures may not be much of a concern. keep your umbrella close by. one storm after another there's one, another one back there, another one off screen left. but we'll deal with the one that's going to be the closest storm and the one impacting your drive to work tomorrow. midnight is when the rain crosses the golden gate. alameda county, contra costa county, solano county and the city of san francisco.
rain more on than off all night long rain for the morning commute. still some showers. but less rain by lunchtime. by the afternoon and evening by this time tomorrow the rain should wrap up even clear sky and thursday, the last mainly dry day for about a week. how much rainfall tomorrow? we are looking at more than an inch in sonoma county, mendocino county, three- quarters san rafael, almost half for san francisco and hayward. it trend less the farther south you go. that's storm number 6 for the month. storm number 7 arrives friday and linger into saturday. i have to move to show you storm number 8 which will give us showers on sunday. then steady rainfall on monday. here's the deal a lot of storms lined up and the only dry day in my seven-day forecast is thursday. so rain likely midnight to noon tomorrow, then another storm saturday and another one on monday.
raiders. we now know... the that's your kpix 5 forecast. breaking news from the nfl owners meeting on the oakland raiders. we now know the raiders will not be moving to los angeles. >> certainly won't. let get right to kpix 5's christin ayers at the league's meeting in houston. christin. >> reporter: that's right, guys. it has been such a hectic day. we have heard every possible nar i don't imaginable. out here before finally hearing that the raider also bow out and that in fact the rams will be going to inglewood with the possibility of the chargers joining them there. so what does this mean for the raiders? it could mean a cash infusion for them. they could be looking at compensation up to 500 million- dollar to him them with a new stadium, whether it's a stadium in oakland, very likely or elsewhere. that's still on the table but they won't walk away empty- handed tonight and certainly fabs are cheering them.
a number of raiders fans out here today coming from oakland to stand outside the meeting to pressure the owners to keep the raiders in oakland. it looks like that is in fact what will happen. we are waiting, just a matter of minutes before we have a press conference here and hear the official word trait from the owners them -- straight from the owners themselves and the nfl. they are still in the meeting. we'll have more later on tonight. reporting live in houston texas, christin ayers, kpix 5. a lot of raiders fans will be happy about that news. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,
road in the north bay is geg harder by the day. the national park service a marin county are working to reduce public parking in un stores parking your car on muir wood road is harder every day. the national park service is reduce public parking in hazard zones, preventing drivers from parking on the side of the road. the idea is to prevent overcrowding and protect plants and animals in the area. >> people have been just
finding parking wherever they found it whether it was safe, whether it was in a good spot, whether it was going to leave them space to walk toward the wood. and it's really been unsafe. >> the project calls for a reduction in roadside parking over the next seven years. a new shuttle reservation system will be phased in where visitors can reserve parking before heading to muir wood. it should be in place next year. state air quality regulators say no to volkswagen's plan to fix vehicles programmed to cheat the emission test for the state. the plan is unacceptable because it doesn't meet its standards. last fall volkswagen admitted it installed software to skirt emission tests. it still working to fix it next month. if you are still running older versions of internet explorer, upgrade to the
current version 11. it will stop supporting versions eight, nine and ten on january 12. you would end get patches to keep it safe and running -- you won't get patches to keep it safe and running smoothly. tonight on the "cbs evening news," iran has detained 10 american sailors in the persian gulf. and seized two u.s. navy patrol boats. also tonight, we are in washington for president bush's final state of the union address. real look at that address and we'll have our new poll on those vying for his job. we'll have more on that and the rest of the world news tonight on the western edition of the "cbs evening news" at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. ,, ,,,,,,
but only a few commands to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. or the there's a special kpix 5 newscast after the president's state of the union. we are going to have the search for the prancing package thief. bay area neighborhood rallies to stop this woman before she skips off with more stuff. and more on that breaking news on the oakland raiders. just getting word the raiders are withdrawing their bid to move to l.a. that will clear the way for the rams and the chargers to explore a joint stadium in l.a. reports indicating the raiders will get money from the league to help build a new stadium. more for you on that coming up at 7:30. >> look forward to that. thank you for watching kpix 5 at 5:00. the "cbs evening news with scott pelley" is next. we'll see you right back here
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