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live from the cbs bay area studios this is kpix5 news. police rel tonight police released this chilling video of a california police officer shooting and killing an unarmed black man. police released that footage following a public outcry. >> reporter stacy butler is in san diego county tonight. >> reporter: you're looking at one of two new videos of the controversial police shooting in el cajon. security tape from poncho's taco shows ugandan born 38-year- old alfred olango walking erratically. he became distraught when learning a friend died. two officers approach olango as he keeps 1 hand near his pocket moving back and forth away from the officer. as a family member screams,
police say mcdaniel shot a stun gun into olango and gonzalez fired his gun. [ screaming ] >> reporter: a woman working at poncho's tacos recorded this video on her cell phone. a cell picture shows olango pointing a vape cartridge at police. some community activists are upset police released this individual before family got to see it, but police say that they were worried about everyone's safety. the protests have become increasingly more violent over the last few days and they were hoping to quell some of the tension here. that's the very latest from el cajon, stacy butler, kpix5. in another anti-police protest in pasadena tonight, this morning a black man died after he got into a struggle with l.a.
county deputies. they used a taser on him, put him in handcuffs and he stopped breathing. tonight about 100 people walked from the man's apartment to the police station. there's been more than 140 earthquakes in southern california in the past five days. tonight much of the area is under an earthquake advisory. those quakes struck near bombay beach along the sultan sea. that lake sits on the san andreas fat north of san diego. usgs is -- fault north of san diego. usgs is saying those quakes measured 1.4 to 4.3. there is the possibility of a major earthquake through october 4th. a firefighter was taken to the hospital by ambulance this afternoon. he hurt his knee battling a blaze in the santa cruz mountains. he is the second firefighter injured on the front lines and tonight we're learning even more homes have been destroyed. the loma fire has now burned 12
homes. fire containment is now up to 50%. our andria borba is on the scene. ns -- >> reporter: messages of gratitude dot summit road tonight. beyond the land drawn signs there are hillsides that look like fall foliage in its full glory. in reality it's retardant painting hylashields with the colors of fire season. >> -- hillsides with the colors of fire season. >> it's hard. i've lived up here the last third years and never had it this bad. it's hard to see it like. this. >> reporter: then there are firefighters keeping a careful watch of 4300 acres of blackened earth, scorched vegetation and burned home. tonight even with 50% containment on the loma fire the winds howling through the santa cruz mountains are the worry. as any smoldering embers and hotspots could turn progress into setbacks, it's the new fear for this resident surveying the damage. >> taking notes for neighbors who can't make it up here so
they can see. it's harder to not know than to come here and see the real damage. >> reporter: her home is still standing for now. you can see the power and randomness of this fire. the property behind me is burned to the ground, but just a few yards down loma chiquita road another house remains standing. there are charred remnants of power lines littering the road and only the struts of this greenhouse remain. for now christine and others can do nothing more than wait and see. a. he just in the santa cruz mountains andria borba, kpix5. tonight governor brown is cracking down on sex offenders in california. he just signed two new laws inspired by the brock turner case. the jury found the former stanford swimmer guilty of sexual assault. served just three months in jail and got probation. under a new law signed today a judge is now required to sentence sex offenders to prison instead of giving them probation. another law expands the legal
definition of rape so it includes all forms of nonconsensual sexual assault, not just enter scorse. the prosecutor in the turn -- intercourse. the prosecutor in the turner case said she told the victim about the changes today. >> she was absolutely ecstatic and overwhelmed that just a few is no ago we were upset -- a few months ago we were upset and saddened by the sentence, but now the law has changed so women on college campuses are safer. >> the laws take effect january 1st. today a beauty queen is one of the top stories, donald trump fat shamed a former miss universe. it is the first time a major party nominee told his supporters to go searching for porn. >> in a series of predawn tweets donald trump called former miss universe alicia machado disgusting and urged his twitter followers to look for her alleged sex tape and
claimed hillary clinton was duped by the con, that machado was a paragon of virtue and showed bad judgment. on instagram machado responded in spanish that it was lies. later trump ignored questions about his twitter antics and tried to turn attention to his political opponent. >> mr. president, will you pledge not to issue a pardon to hillary clinton and her co- conspirators for their many crimes against can our country? >> reporter: clinton called the beauty queen today and asked on twitter what kind of man stays up all night to smear a woman with lies and conspiracy theories? >> he called this woman miss piggy. >> reporter: clinton brought up machado at monday night's debate and she hit the same point again today in florida. >> i mean his latest twitter
meltdown is unhinged even for him. it proves yet again that he is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief. >> reporter: alicia machado did appear in playboy and on a reality show, but there's no evidence of a sex tape. allen martin, kpix5. >> the vice presidential debate is tuesday live here on kpix5 starting at 6 p.m. tonight thousands of music lovers flooded golden gate park. cbs5's betty yu was among them checking out the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. "no >> reporter: no doubt a huge turnout day one of the festival. some people told me they got here as early as 4 a.m. to secure prime seating. opening day at the hardly strictly bluegrass festival was about music and singing and dancing your heart out.
now in its 16th year organizers predict more than 750,000 people to attend the free festival over three days. >> i live in the neighborhood. i wouldn't miss it. this is the best event of the year! >> for free this is outstanding. i'm so glad this gets done every year. >> reporter: festivalgoers can choose from seven stages and more than 100 artists over the weekend. we saw generations of music fans in the crowd and friends who made a road trip out of the festival. >> the best part about this festival is the community. it is people from ages 2 to 122 dancing and hanging out and playing together and everyone is cordial. >> reporter: the festival is made possible every year by warren helman's family foundation. the billionaire's son will also perform on stage. >> i think in termsful his idea, i would -- terms of his idea, i would say it was really to use the power of music to bring us all together. anybody who comes here will
find something they've never seen before. it will open their mind to some element of music that maybe they weren't aware existed. >> reporter: tomorrow's performers include cyndi lauper and san francisco's chris isaac. >> if you're planning to go to the festival, we have a guide on our website www.cbssf.com. click on eat, see, play. this historic bay area church goes up in flames. tonight we'll tell you why firefighters had no choice but to let it burn. >> and your jeans are now a state symbol. that's right, tonight we'll explain. >> a sneak peek at a future of self-driving cars, how a bay area company is making the machines more like humans.
former sheriff's deputy caught up in a bay area police sex scandal says that he is not guilty before. this afternoon's arraignment ricardo perez had trouble getting into the courtroom in hayward. we spotted the former contra costa deputy knocking on the door. once inside he pleaded not guilty to felony sex crimes involving a minor. today her lawyer called for accounteddability through the ranks. >> our -- accountability through the ranks. >> our hope that is this officer will tell the truth, not only about his conduct, but about the conduct of the authorities to whom he reported, to the supervisors in the chain of command all the way through to the top. today... because his attorn loverde will b >> an oakland police officer did not appear in court today as scheduled because his attorney was it out of up to. giovanni verde will be in court next friday. bright flames tore through
a historic church in berkeley today causing part of the roof to cave in and tonight a couple fire engines are still on the scene in case of new flare-ups. the fire damaged much of the structure on channing way, but tonight the sanctuary itself is still intact. parishioners and neighbors are now trying to make sense of it all. >> it's my parents' church, so it makes me sad. >> reporter: the church building was dedicated on this day in 1884. now the neighborhood mourns its loss. >> it's been there a long time. my parents have been long time members and i don't think it's the actual church sanctuary that burned, but offices and above the thrift shop. >> reporter: the fire started before 1:00 today in a building off the sanctuary. it burned so dangerously firefighters had to pull their guys from the building. you can see the building start to crumple. >> the chimney that's over my right hand shoulder, it's
threatened to collapse and we actually removed the engineer who is pumping on that engine so that he can be in a safe location. >> reporter: there are no injuries and so far no calls. the daycare the church runs was evacuated and another across the street told to shelter in place while 60 firefighters shut down city blocks to battle the blaze. today the church is a historic part of the community or was. it used to house the homeless in the winter, host concerts and choirs for the neighborhood. >> it's a great loss. it's a beautiful church, wonderful venue. they have a presence in the community. so it's a great loss for all of us. >> reporter: the chief says no one is going anywhere near that building at least until they can get a structural engineer to check out and make sure it's safe. for those of you coming to the cal game this weekend, come early because this entire block in this area will remain shut down. in berkeley emily turner,
kpix5. the sales tax in san jose is going up from 8.7% to 9%. the revenue will go toward road repairs and public safety. the tax will be in effect. next 15 years and is expected to generate $30 million in the first year. those jeans sitting in your closet are now a state symbol. what? yeah. it's a law just signed by governor brown. it makes denim the official state fabric. levi-strauss started selling denim jeans in san francisco during the gold rush back in, well, late 1840s and, of course, these days there are wide varieties available, much of them made within the state, but in reality california is probably not the birthplace of denim. that fabric is widely believed to have been invented in italy hundreds of years ago. the governor tonight supporting plans to develop self-driving cars in the east bay. he decided to allow testing of
autonomous vehicles on public roads without the use of steering wheels, brake pedals and accelerators. it applies only to a testing facility and business park. honda is already testing cars in concord. google and apple are also looking to use that facility. an east bay company is looking to make self-driving cars smarter and safer. tonight kpix5's cate cauguiran shows us how 3d maps help the cars react like humans. >> reporter: the road of trust between passengers and self- driving cars is a long one, but an east bay startup may have the shortcut. >> we can discern what's relevant and what is not relevant. >> reporter: the ceo of civil maps, the albany based company developing advanced 3d mapping technology using a high resolution laser camera and sensors to record infrastructure along the roadways. >> on the left side here you
have the imu. >> reporter: the goal? collect information from drivers using the software and implement it into self-driving cars to help those cars develop better and safer driving routes. >> there will be a signal. you can't yet see it as a human because it's behind that tree, but the map knows it's there. >> reporter: civil maps will act as a car's subconscious giving self-driving cars context to help make decisions as to where to look and where to go. >> the existing maps that you have today give you high level instructions but depend on the human driver to contactualize those instructions and translate what they see. >> reporter: he says context is key for humans making driving decisions and civil maps is working to bring that human element to self-driving machines. >> we are building trust in the autonomous system over time and for riders and drivers to adopt to autonomous cars they need to be able to trust their cars and feel safe in the car.
>> reporter: tech giants google and tesla are also developing similar technology, but civil maps is doing it at a fraction of the cost and size grabbing the attention of carmaker ford, one of civil maps' key investors. >> we can essentially integrate with a lot of cars that are already out there on the market. >> reporter: but it will still take lots of data, driving and years before in type of technology hits the highway. until then keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. in albany cate cauguiran, kpix5. >> self-driving car, what do you think? >> brian is all about it. >> i'm not feeling it. >> we are control freaks. we want to be in charge. we'll let veronica rest her voice. i want to revisit a topic from the top of the newscast and that is that earthquake swarm around bombay beach. that is right where the san andreas fault starts. that part of the san andreas
fault has been previously described as 12 months pregnant. the last time it snapped was sometime in the 1680s. it is way overdue for a big quake. the southern california office of the usgs has got everybody on alert down there because they say there's an elevated risk of a major quake in the san andreas fault in california. that would be huge because they expect a magnitude 7.8 or something like that and that is right in the parking lot of the size of the 1906 quake. again, there is for southern california, but nevertheless, that is huge. there's only been three earthquake swarms since this started. back in the bay area the only unusual thing we're dealing with is the fact we might get rain moving back in the bay area by sunday with snow in the mountains and a chance of showers up in marin and sonoma
county coming in sunday morning. that low pressure diving out of the gulf of alaska will bring colder weather to the area and southwesterly winds as the day wears on sunday. tomorrow looks nice, but look what's happening in the mountains, winter weather advisories, believe it or not, for the first time this season for the west slopes of the sierra. the snow chance begins sunday, snow level about 5,000 feet and the snow level from 3 to 6 inches above 5,000 feet. so slick roads, icy conditions if you're headed for the hills. the better day to do things this weekend is saturday because we'll have sunshine tomorrow. tomorrow night at 6:00, mostly clear day saturday, but watch what happens sunday. here comes that front which really is a spring-like storm. it powers through. when it does, it wouldn't be a surprise to get a few showers moving into the bay and early monday morning. sunny and mild tomorrow, chance of showers sunday. it will warm up midweek. overnight lows tonight mid-50s and daytime highs tomorrow 10
and more degrees below average, what a world of difference when we were at 100 degrees inland last week, this weekend we're 10 degrees below average, not an unpleasant, just low 70s for much of the bay area, cooler nearly the senator line. extended forecast calls for -- shoreline. extended forecast calls for a chance of showers moving into the bay area, not much and maybe a chance of a sprinkle for the 49ers/cowboys game. then temperatures get back to the mid-80s and we clear out. mean while carry an umbrella on sunday? >> would be really nice, help the fire situation. a 5th grader faced detention for skipping class and then bruce springsteen stepped in. >> here are tonight's guests on late show with stephen colbert. ,, am an iraq veteran. lowering drug prices. dollars to defeat it. am an iraq veteran. lowering drug prices. dollars to defeat it. vets" in voting yes on prop 61.
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to have a deportation force. we're rounding 'em up in a very humane way, in a very nice way. we're going to build a wall. that's not america. we're all californians. i'm tom steyer. it's time to speak out. please, register. and vote. vote. nextgen california action committee is responsible for the content of this advertising. closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by living spaces furniture. a 5th grader threatened with detention for skipping class. >> but then the boss stepped in. bruce springsteen signed his excuse note because the kid missed class to see springsteen during a book tour. of my first contract."
>> so i take out my letter and pen from my pocket and say bruce, can you please sign my absence slip and he says sure. while he's unfolding it he says first i got to read it because that's how i got ripped off on my first contract. >> cute. the principal accepted a photo copy of the note but said she needed the original if he wanted to avoid detention. so he said that he would take detention. smart kid. >> she's not getting the original. >> my dog ate my homework. >> could have. what happened at the ballpark tonight? >> fireworks, fireworks. from the middle of the game on. if the giants are going to make the post season, man, they are working for it. tonight a good story, i got the deed from at&t against the dodgers. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
among the top three wildcard front runners. g men a game back. welcome to the nemesis from l.a. willie mccovey blanked. wwe in the 4th, body slam. angel pagan, here it is again. ism used to box when he was young -- he used to box when he was younger. 6th inning, conor gillaspie, a double brought home two to take the lead for good and big old madison bumgarner stepped up, pitched 7 1/3 and brought home two more when he found the corner. giants flexed its muscles big. good morning, good day and good night, 6-3. not done yet. brandon belt put it where the big, big boys put them. a no doubt about it blast, a three-run belt, seven-run inning. giants have two more to play
ahead of the cardinals by a game, stayed in the wildcard second position final 9-3. a's skipper bob melvin, it's almost over at seattle tonight, boy, the big fly from robinson cano in the very first frame. mariners are after the blue jays for the second wildcard spot and drew within a game. oakland lost this one tonight, final 5-1. nothing went right for no. 7 stand ford at 10th ranked washington, unbeaten huskies delivered a knockout blow, jake browning, john ross. huskies delivered a beatdown of the cardinal 44-6. six saxby washington, most given up 6 -- six sacks by washington, most given up since poe 7. miles gadsden put them up 3-0 at that point. most lopsided loss in nine
seasons. is it possible that in one loss would do stanford in for a big, big bowl at the end of the season? i don't know, but tonight just a one-sided just beatdown. >> giants going to sweep the dodgers? what do you think? >> i gave them one of the next two. clayton kershaw pitches tomorrow. >> i think they're going to take them all three. heard it here first. we'll be right back ,,
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