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they talked to her a little bit.'s>>reporter: a neighbor said he heard a woman screaming for help. >> about 330 in the morning, i hear some noise, like help, help. it stopped for a few minutes. >> reporter: the investation was hampered for most of the day as chris brown warned officials not to come on his property without a search warrant. the singer took to instagram to declare his innocence. >> you going to stop playing on me like i'm the villain out here. i'm crazy. i'm not. you all defacing my name as a person and my integrity. >>reporter: the posts stopped when his attorney arrived. no one has been arrested and everyone is cooperating. and again, police are still here on the scene in this neighborhood in los angeles. it is quite chaotic. the media is here.
police are still on the property conducting their search to figure out what happened and also keep in mind, chris brown has a history of violence and legal problems. this is nothing new for this neighborhood, unfortunately. >> there are other media reports of a duffel bag stuffed with weapons and drugs. what do we know about that? >>reporter: some media outlets have been reporting today that there was a duffel bag that chris brown through out of his home and inside the bag was at least one gun, some drugs and other weapons. police have not confirmed that information. we are waiting right now to see if there is an update of some kind. we see some cars leaving the home. perhaps, we will find out in a few moments. now to the 49ers and the controversy surrounding colin kaepernick. he was back on the practice field today but he could not avoid questions about his decision to set for the
national anthem on friday night. kpix 5 reporter meikle garin is here -- cate cauguiran this year.>>reporter: his choice has brought heat wherever he goes back kaepernick says he refuses to stand and show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses lack people and people of color but today, you couldn't see any signs of tension in the locker room. kaepernick was in good spirits, smiling, laughing and even joking with teammates and the media. he didn't have much to say when asked about the controversy. >> what do we have from the other day? >> the transcripts are ready. bob has it and he will print it out. >>reporter: kaepernick referring back to his statement on monday. while he didn't have much to say today, other players are weighing in. >> i think it would be foolish to say there wasn't an issue in this country with minorities. there is 1 million issues in america and this is something he fills strongly about. >> i just been focusing on
football and that's it. that's all i'm worried about, trying to make this 53. >>reporter: garrison smith isn't the only one focused on football. 49ers head coach chip kelly says the controversy has not affected kaepernick or the team. >> i think when you talk to the players, they are focused on the 2016 season and how good a team the san francisco 49ers can be and like we have said all along, we recognize his right to express his feelings but that doesn't affect what we do when we get here at 8:15 am until we leave at 8 pm. >>reporter: kaepernick has invited players to come to him personally if they have any questions about his decision. kaepernick has said he planned to speak out in other ways. we learned he will attend a service at the third baptist church in san francisco this thursday. >> all eyes will be on kaepernick as he starts in the final preseason game against the chargers. we will bring you the game and the national anthem live right here at 7:00 on kpix 5 .
information about an email sent to the judge who gave a former stanford swimmer a lenient sentence. it was a show of support in the late of controversy. >>reporter: earlier this summer, jeff rosen held a press conference, sharply criticizing judge aaron persky's sentencing brock turner rape case. with the prosecutor hurst health standing by his side. >> the judge gave the long sentence but he had the legal right to give it.>>reporter: rosen calls for a tougher law to toughen up sentencing where the victim is unconscious, all while a tidal wave a backlash started forming against the judge. we are learning two weeks before that very press conference, the prosecutor sent an email to judge persky saying "i am really sorry for any personal attacks you are enduring."
she goes on to say "i disagree with the sentence but i have the utmost respect for you as a judge. you have always been fair to me personally and is it -- and it is a pleasure to appear next to you." do they truly have a united front? the da declined a non-camera -- an on camera interview but says the email reflects the office's position on the matter and our disagreement with judge persky was professional, not personal. stanford law professor michelle dauber is leading the charge to disbar him is becoming a target. 40 law professors have signed a letter saying political pressure of this kind risks undermining the foundation of dispassionate, independent judgment. the college of law professors signed the letter. >> it is a dangerous proposition to push judges to be harsh to appease public opinion. >>reporter: brock turner is eligible for release at 12:01 am friday after only half of his six-month sentence. jail security is getting ready for big crowds.
new at 5:00, lake tahoe will get the presidential treatment as president obama attends the 20th annual lake tahoe summit. at issue? what made the lake famous in the first place. emily turner is at the lake to show us why the clarity is getting worse and what if anything can be done. >>reporter: that is the big question. today, it was before, sunny and warm on lake tahoe. if you are heading out to the lake, that is great for you but it's really bad for the lake itself. despite decades of work and millions of dollars of improvements, keeping tahoe blue could soon be out of human hands. >> if you look at the overall picture of research for the last 15 years, climate change is having a greater and greater impact on the lake compared to human impact. they are starting to become equal.>>reporter: this researcher has been studying the lake for 20 years and says the impact of tahoe's health extend far beyond the basin.
they are global. despite local efforts to clean up their act, no bumper sticker campaign can curb climate change. what does that mean for the lake itself? >> we're not sure yet.>>reporter: big changes despite a normal winter. lake temperatures are rising at an unprecedented rate. the water isn't mixing as deeply and it lost almost 5 feet of clarity this year alone. the lake clarity is determined by dropping this plate into the lake and waiting to see when it disappears. the average of those 35 measurements a year is what determines lake clarity. the lake hasn't been this murky since the efforts to began -- to fix it began in the 90s. the shift from human impacts to global change will raise concerns and a lot of questions. >> with climate change, we are looking at changes we haven't experienced before. we have always been focused on
the human impacts. now we have to deal with the climatic impacts and the long- term effects. >>reporter: so, how does this specifically affect you? the swimmer, this is nice for you but if you are a skier, the warmer water temperature will keep everything more temperate in the area and effect snowfall in the coming year. this will all very likely be a major topic in tomorrow's lake tahoe summit were president obama will be speaking. we will bring it to you live so tune in to channel 5. live on lake tahoe, emily turner kpix 5. right now, two hurricanes are churning toward hawaii. hurricane madeleine is currently a category 3 and expected to pass the big island tomorrow. behind it, hurricane lester. >> let's get to kpix 5 meteorologist paul. >> it has the potential for double trouble for one portion of the hawaiian islands. this could be a rough week. we have hurricane madeleine and hurricane lester.
let's talk about the first one to potentially impact the big island. that would be hurricane madeleine. category 3, just updated about five minutes ago. sustained winds down to 110 miles per hour making it a category two. is a big storm regardless. 205 -- 250 miles east of the big island. there is the forecast cone potential. this time tomorrow night has become backout, we may be looking at a category one hurricane making landfall somewhere on the southeastern side of the big island by as soon as 7:00 or 8:00 tomorrow night and the front right quadrant of the storm is the worst part in that is likely what will hit the hawaiian islands. wind and rain, a lot of rain coming to hawaii as soon as tomorrow. our local forecast in about 10 minutes. chopper 5 overhead as firefighters quickly rushed to stop brushfires on both sides of interstate 280. fire crews don't know is the first fire sparked the second
one. new at 5:00, the san francisco man who works for decades to help immigrants gain legal status is now accused of being a sham. the city of turner -- city attorney says he has been passing himself off as an immigration lawyer when he is only a notary public. a complaint filed last week accuses him and associates of defrauding clients with false claims. the office is seeking an injunction to shut down the office immediately. tomorrow could bring two highly anticipated developments in the race for the white house. for donald trump, a major speech on immigration policy. for hillary clinton, the fbi report on the investigation into her email server. kpix 5 political analyst melissa came joining us with the details. >>reporter: these developments are serious and likely to influence the candidates ongoing debate properly -- preparations. the fbi plans to release their report on the hillary clinton
email server investigation soon, as early as tomorrow. the clinton campaign says they welcome it in the name of transparency. >> this is a stark contrast to donald trump. hillary asked that all these emails be made public. she released her taxes from 1997. we don't even have the basics for transparency from donald trump. >>reporter: the report will put that back in force on the spotlight on the trail and eventually on the debate stage. the candidates are less than four weeks away from the first face-off on september 26 and preparations are underway. aides say that clinton is pouring over briefing books while taking some time off the trail. trump reportedly is resistant to the usual practice of mock debates. both have some things to work on. >> he has got to demonstrate temperament and some sort of plan to deal with the issues america faces and he has got to prosecute the case against hillary clinton.
for hillary clinton, it is really important for her to demonstrate that she can be trustworthy. >>reporter: trump is also preparing for an immigration speech in phoenix tomorrow after a hard-line stance on the deportation of undocumented immigrants bullying and -- buoying him through the primary. on the political radar, three politicians with national profiles are facing primary challenges in their home states. arizona senator john mccain is fighting a tough battle to keep his seat in the republican incumbent faces competition from kelli ward suggested he may be too old for a sixth term, calling for voters to retire him. we just got word that marco rubio has won his primary race in florida against a wealthy businessman. rubio won in a landslide. also in florida, debbie wasserman schultz is coming off a challenge for her congressional seat. she is facing a bernie sanders
backed candidate and early returns show her in the lead. complete results tonight at 11:00, melissa kane kpix 5 terrorized in his own home. >> a bay area man attacked in a home invasion says he has been attacked twice. state of emergency. the unusual measure one south bay city is declaring over police staffing. targeted at the mall. the scam a group of teenagers is accused of committing against shoppers. kpix 5 weather is sponsored by mancini sleep world. enjoy huge savings at the 65% off mattress sale. ,,,,,,,,
ryan ruelas: so vote yes on proposition 55. reagan duncan: prop 55 prevents 4 billion in new cuts to our schools. letty muñoz-gonzalez: simply by maintaining the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians. ryan ruelas: no new education cuts, and no new taxes. reagan duncan: vote yes on 55. sarah morgan: to help our children thrive. closed captioning is sponsored by living spaces furniture. we are following some breaking news out of southern california. singer chris brown has just been arrested. the charges are assault with a deadly weapon. as we mentioned at the top of the newscast, police went to his mansion in
l.a. this morning after a woman called 911 for help. again, just moments ago, chris brown has been arrested. more details as soon as we get them. at 5:00, we hear from an oakland man targeted by robbers for the second time. he says they attacked him inside his home in sequoyah road -- on sequoyah road. of the neighbors are questioning their safety. >>reporter: the flashing lights took over the dark street in the oakland hills. police say robbers forced their way into this home on sequoyah road near mountain boulevard. two elderly men were attacked inside. a 70-year-old victim was rushed to the hospital with a gash in his face. now home recovering, he tells me this isn't the first time robbers targeted his home. >> last time they came, they got my rings. they got my watch and then they
got you know, a piece of old chinese jade and they left. >>reporter: this time, the attackers took the car. a champagne colored 2001 cadillac sedan. okun police officers have arrested two suspects. detectives say the two men returned a few hours later. a red van was stolen in a carjacking the day before by the same suspects. >> the individuals were detained and taken into custody. much was recovered and a replica firearm was in the vehicle reported in the carjacking. >>reporter: this neighbor, who asked us not to identify her says recently there has been problems in her community. someone tried to get into her home. >> they pride the doorknob off and started with the weather stripping i think, the metal part. but they didn't get in.
>>reporter: in the home invasion, the cadillac is still missing and in the community, neighbors are left wondering if their homes are an easy target. the oakland police department is not done with their investigation. they believe there may be more suspects in this violent home invasion. if you have information, you are urged to call the police department right away. developing news in the south bay, a state of emergency is likely to be declared any minute over police staffing in san jose. >> city leaders looking to sidestep union rules have put more officers on the street. >> len ramirez with the latest.>>reporter: they are still inside talking about this issue. san jose has had a staffing issue for six years now but in recent years and months, it has really reached crisis levels. right now, san jose has 813 officers available for street duty. that is about 1986 short of officers needed. next month, 300 4810 hour shifts are still unfilled.
the emergency declaration would allow chief eddie garcia to bypass union rules dictating how he can reassign 47 officers from duties such as burglary investigations to patrol. this is a contentious issue and my sources say it is likely to pass but they are still inside with questions. live in san jose, when -- len ramirez kpix 5 seconds ago, we found out they recently just past that state of emergency over police staffing in san jose. coming up at 6:00, we ask residents what they think about this staffing emergency. some surprising results coming up on kpix 5 at 6:00. in san francisco, teenagers accused of using noise as a distraction so they could steal from a couple of mall customers. five teenagers targeted the victims as they sat at a table at the westfield center last night. officers say one of the teenagers being done a real, and got their attention when the others swiped laptops and cell phones and ran off.
one of the victims chased after them only to be punched in the face. so far, no arrests. a gap clothing warehouse goes up in flames overnight. new video of the massive blaze. this was about 55 miles north of new york city. the san francisco-based retailer opened the facility in 2000. about 600 workers were safely evacuated from the burning building. the cause of the fire is under investigation. thankfully, no dry air but gusty winds. 40 miles per hour at altamont pass. 44 mount diablo and 38 miles per hour but it mixed away the fog for a second straight evening. we are sunny at ocean beach. which day of the next several will be the warmest, coming up. on new at 6:00 tonight, one of the wealthiest school districts in the state slammed for how it spends money. while one campus drives, the other doesn't even have a credentialed math teacher. the controversy you will only
well, it wasn't the warmest of summer days but it was beautiful. those clear skies were lovely. >> sunshine makes all the difference. still 66 degrees. it feels a whole lot better when it is sunny and 66 degrees. >> the temperature didn't move that much but we will take a peak outdoors and show you sunshine at the beach. livermore, 84 degrees, concord 87 degrees. that is near average. oakland only 65 degrees with sunshine. san francisco is warmer than fan -- and san francisco. 79 degrees santa rosa. .to show you the radar. this last time last night, the potential for dry lightning overnight. it did not materialize. that is a wonderful thing because in 2008, there was a dry lightning outbreak which started 1500 separate fires in northern california.
we did not see a repeat of that with the tropical moisture that moved in last night and a gorgeous sunset. vallejo overnight, 57 degrees, fremont 58 degrees, muggy outside and low cloud cover thinking in keeping temperatures mild. 600 low in livermore and mountain view. the setup, aside from the fact that we got sunshine today. it has been more pleasant along the coastline. the big picture weather theme hasn't changed a bit. high pressure to our south, lower pressure area to the north. both are reinforcing the onshore flow. september starts in a couple days. september often gets really warm at the coast and san francisco because the winds typically change to an offshore or wind coming from the land. as long as this pattern holds, i don't care what month it is, an onshore flow will not happen tomorrow in san francisco, clear skies in the afternoon but temperatures are not going to move much. afternoon temperatures in the mid-60s despite the fact that you will have blue skies and the long-term picture, futurecast out toward friday and the weekend.
onshore flow continues. temperatures stayed near or cooler than average well into september. the highs tomorrow a below -- a little below average. 79 degrees san jose, concord 85 degrees, san francisco 67 degrees. you will do an entire month without getting warmer that 70 degrees. campbell 82 degrees, minimal hardcover. san ramon 81 degrees, pittsburgh 84 degrees, pleasanton 83 degrees, daly city cold at 62 degrees tomorrow. richmond, 75 degrees, napa 84 degrees. a beautiful day in san rafael. we will see highs in the 80s in both lake and mendocino counties. your extended forecast. a couple degrees cooler thursday and friday. the weekend looks nice. 60s and 70s near the water. we may begin to see a little warm up more like september as we head toward the middle of next week. that is were pleasant forecast.
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to get trump out of jail. >> that's it for us tonight. captioning sponsored by cbs >> o'donnell: terror in the veght. >> they've got people everywhere. they're shooting. in o'donnell: just released 911 recordings capture desperate cries for help during the orlando massacre. also tonight, a 911 call brings o lice to the home of singer chris brown. >> held his gun, pointed it at me, said get the "eff" out. >> o'donnell: a new rule will require speed-limiting devices in big trucks and busses. ritics say, not good enough. >> this inadequate rule only applying to future trucks? it's preposterous. >> o'donnell: and a judge gets life. but it's not a sentence. it's a gift. >> so good to be back.