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area... leaving dozens of streets flooded. the heavy rain also triggering a mudslide warning for fire a powerful storm system pounds the bay area leading dozen substrates flooded. the rain triggering a mudslide. good evening. >> the pouring rain triggered a flash flood warning for the south bay strong winds knocked out this tree in san jose. this is the scene at san francisco ocean beach. officials are warning people to avoid beaches. first kpix five dollars shows most of the rain has moved to the east and also the south bay
and this after dumping almost 6 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains. there are still some showers moving up north. widely scattered showers. rain shows the unusual amounts being pushed along by that low pressure that will have showers on the way. a little bit over an inch. hayward picked up over an inch and a livermore 1.21 inches up in the north bay. 6500s in santa rosa. no wonder there are flash flood watches posted for the mountains. with all of this rain. this could cause problems for those recovering from the fire. it warned nearly 4500 acres in the santa cruz mountains and flashlights and the mudslide are the primary concern. the fire that broke out was
fully contained earlier this week. >> this was the scene at the oakland coliseum. he kept -- he caught the splitted mess. they had to trek through ankle- deep water some of which was pouring through electrical wires and equipment. jessica florez is live and the rain could get the fans away, but the days of rooting for the team in oakland could be numbered. >> reporter: it was certainly a gloomy day. the sun is peeking through now that the game is over. i talked to a number of raiders fans and they said nothing to keep them away from their team and they say if the team moves on they thought many of them would not traveled to watch their team there. gray skies and wet weather the raider nation still coming up in full force. the the rain did not dampen the talk of the readers leaving oakland shirted.
would you go to games in las vegas? >> no. probably not. it is not oakland. but i wouldn't go to vegas to watch a game. i just wouldn't. >> we have the raider nation, we come we are here. they need to stay in oakland. >> reporter: the nevada dot of son of hundred $50 million in taxpayer money to a $2 billion new las vegas stadium. in oakland city leaders have said they don't want to pump tax dollars into a stadium to put the team here. are you willing to pay more taxes to keep the readers here? >> i would, but the community has to step in also. >> reporter: the owner says the team will be staying in oakland for at least the next two years. while the dome stadium gets built in nevada and that is fine enough time to keep fans hopeful that the team will meet -- reach a deal here. >> they need something for the
fans and the team, but oakland has to step up and we have plenty of money in the bay area to make this happen. >> rain or shine we are out here having a good time. they have to stay here. >> reporter: it certainly is not a done deal, the nfl will have to prove it 24 opens -- owners okaying a change. >> nevada governor. is expected to sign a bill that would raise $750 million to build the stadium. happening right now pg&e is investigating what caused smoke and a pop around a manhole cover. it happened just before 3:00 this afternoon. they are calling it an underground equipment failure and have seen -- crews on
scene. traffic is a mess and drivers are told to avoid the area. we are learning the suspect involved in a police shooting in san francisco has died. it happened about an hour ago. the officer who was shot on the head -- in the head on friday remains in critical, but stable condition. he reportedly is conscious and he said his name is kevin downes. he had surgery to remove bullet fragments and he is partially paralyzed on one side. the president of the police commission tells kpix5 the police are pleased with the tactics they used. he fell to the ground and kept holding his gun. police -- police use flash bang and make the rest. but i think there is a sense that we put life at the top and at this stage the suspect, we don't know his full condition that he is recovering at the hospital. >> that was before we spoke this afternoon. a new us justice department
looks at the use of force policies and makes more than 200 recommendations for reform. they suspect it will take up to three years to make all the changes. santa cruz police shot and killed a man this morning after they say he attacked officers with a metal rake. it happened at 3:30 this morning. officers got a 911 call say someone was banging on the door threatening to kill everyone inside. lisette they located the suspect to began attacking them with the rate. officers deployed a taser and when that didn't work they shot the suspect. eda is investigating. a 35-year-old man is in critical condition tonight after being shot near uc berkeley. it happened last night. police say they do not think it was a random shooting. there is no word yet on if they have ties to the school. the suspect is at large. campaign 2016 clinton and trump were out of public view
today getting ready for the debate on wednesday. >> reporter: tim kaine with able to table sunday rallying support for hillary clinton at a miami diner. >> florida is closed and there are so many other close states we have to assume that is the case. >> reporter: the latest battleground tracker shows clinton with a slim, but growing lead over donald trump at 46 to 40. thanks to much stronger support among women than a month ago now up with that group by 15 points. trump has been fighting a growing list of allegations of unwanted sexual advances. nine women have come forward, trump denies the accusations. >> you have phony people coming up with sony allegations with no witnesses whatsoever. >> reporter: on twitter trump wrote "the election is being raped by the media in a coordinated effort with the clinton campaign by putting stories that never happened
into news." >> we will absolutely accept the results of the election, but the american people are tired of the obvious bias in the national media. that is where the sense of a rigged election does. >> reporter: clinton motorcade left her home sunday afternoon headed for debate prep. while trump's campaign might be getting a chunk of money from a bay area billionaire. paypal cofounder is donated 1 1/4 million dollars to trump. some of that will go to super pacs and some straight to the trump campaign. he has been a vocal supporter of trump and spoke at the convention. a final debate is this wednesday and you can watch it at 6:00 right here on kpix. the wet weather is not stopping veterans from hitting the road. how they are coming together to complete a 500 mile bike challenge.
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a good bike ride, but these souls have a different word for it. >> it is a mental challenge and a physical challenge. >> reporter: that is what the california challenges all about. a 500 mile trek for wounded warriors beginning at the veterans hospital in palo alto and ending up in santa monica seven days later. a group called right to recovery created the annual event nine years ago to help physically and emotionally disabled veterans by getting them out on the road. >> when they get on a bike they have freedom, they are out in the open and feel good. the depression leaves them. >> reporter: carlos is battling ptsd with the help of his wife and service dog. he says the first time he did the right he was feeling alone in his suffering. >> once you share stories you want to embrace each other and we got each other. a bond you can't break. >> i was in a dark place when i got out and it was difficult to
adjust and when i started writing with this group it made all the difference in the world. >> reporter: with that this band of brothers and sisters began the challenge of their long-distance adventure. they probably would have preferred a little drier weather especially those traveling closest to the pavement. >> i am freezing. i'm getting pummeled with rain from the road and the wheels of the bike in front of me, but it is okay. i understand the rest of the week will be beautiful. i am not worried about one rain day. >> reporter: it is not easy and they have been through a lot worse and each of them paid a price for it they have learned that the road back from those dark places is not one you can travel alone. in palo alto john ramis kpix five. >> as they head down south it should clear up. the california challenges not a fundraiser it is meant to directly help those who ride in it.
wet weather is helping firefighters get a handle on a raging wildfire in lake tahoe. fire in washoe county the battle last night, the wind driven wildfire is now 20% contained. since it broke out friday it has burned 3000 acres, destroyed more than 20 homes and forced hundreds of evacuations. no reports of any injuries. monster waves and wind in the pacific northwest. thousands without electricity. a surprise tornado went through the beachfront town of manzanillo on friday with winds up to 130 miles per hour. some businesses and homes were damaged in uptown. it is 90 miles west of portland. >> it is a beautiful place and like living in a forest. we looked out and i recognize that all the trees are gone. >> they said the storm wasn't as bad as predicted. no reports of any injuries. a 25-year-old naval officers facing charges in
yesterdays bridge accident in san diego. officials say richard anthony lost control of his pickup and plunged over a retaining wall and into a crowd of people below . four people were killed and nine others injured including himself. he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. still ahead, it is not something you see every day, flying pumpkins. we take you behind the scenes. >> pumpkins and fun and games. the next few days we will be tossing something else our way. after a lingering chance of a shower or two wait till you hear what happens the weekend.
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pumpkins after halloween... but not in new york. they do it a few weeks earlier. (nats :06 - 3, 2, 1, pumpkin blastoff) thousands of people gathered in clayton, new york for the fifth most people throw away pumpkins after halloween, they do it a few weeks earlier. thousands of people gathered in clinton, new york for the annual punkin chunkin festival. they build catapults to launch pumpkins into the river. the speed and distance is recorded. >> my daughter went to a farm where they were selling pumpkins and i thought that look like a lot of fun. five years later this is what we have evolved to. >> it is a lot of fun. >> the fastest pumpkin launch 140 miles per hour.
>> that is a waste of a pumpkin. >> it looks fun. >> the pumpkin david's life for nothing. there is more on the way. lingering showers as we approach sunset on this sunday evening. widely scattered showers in general. were coming into the north bay and you can see the latest on the doppler. a pretty good squall went through santa clara and to the villages. of in the north they look at that broadband of showers that will descend on santa rosa which is reporting light rain. it will spread over the next 60 minutes and work its way south. weather ushered long. it finally is showing signs and kicking inland. while it will continue to play havoc with things in oregon and washington with a thunderstorms in the forecast, for as high pressure will make its influence known. in the meantime livermore picked up 1.21 inches, oakland almost an inch and a half.
in san francisco a quarters of an inch. look at the spread. go to the salinas airport, in three days had a contaminants and 45 miles away in the big sur peak 6 inches of rain over the last three days. a distance of just 45 miles, 60 times as much rain. flash flood watch all weekend long and right into tomorrow afternoon for the santa cruz mountains. those types we will be hearing about king ties before you know it will come in and november december and january. tomorrow there is a breaker and a sneaker wave. as we overlook the day we had reckoned skies and a peak of blue here and there. 62 in salant -- san francisco.
62 at santa rosa. a peak of flu. >> that's not bad actually. we have a few showers in the north bay and look at what happens on tuesday. it is clear. things will turn around. high pressure will turn around and we have a few more showers tonight, dense fog will form overnight and dry out on tuesday with mid-80s on friday. here comes the sun. we will have to wait till wednesday. forecast skies and everyone will be between 65 and 70. cooler than average and in the extended forecast we have plenty of sunshine by tuesday afternoon and keep it that way for friday saturday and sunday. per usual october we will be getting hot. unlike what happened to the sports teams today. but i don't think the weather was any friend to the oakland raiders.
1st quarter first possession air constant cranks into the backfield almost untouched. fumbles the ball and recovered by the 49ers went to a field goal. keylor pitches to lashawn 2 yards for the touchdown. 2nd quarter to a wide-open smith , but smith make the adjustment 53 yards for the touchdown. 10-7 49ers on top in the defense could not stop. after a 38 yard run to get into 49ers territory. he takes the slab and scores 14- 10. 3rd quarter if it's a great pass to a really small window. the bills of 24-13. slipping away and by the fourth quarter it is gone. 49ers down eight and they get little resistance. 18 yard score and his third. he's been very open about his dislike.
>> i thought physically he looked good. he did some good things out there. we have to be better overall. it is not just the quarterback it is everyone. >> [ inaudible ] >> that's not for me to say. i went out and played as hard as i could. i will do that every week they let me. >> noncommittal on whether he would start next week. the raiders they went against the chief would mean first place in the afc west. allotment for sloppy conditions. amari cooper had three catches on that drive and a huge first- half. momentum crashed after that. picked up and went to a kansas city first touchdown. small charles gibson for his first score of the season. 1310 chief and gets a great
blocking on the left side inside the 5 yard line. 131 yards on the ground for [ inaudible ] 21-10 kansas city. tries to escape the pocket spite the four fumble. that is your game. the chief speedy raiders for the first -- fourth straight time. 26-10 the final. >> it hurts. especially a division game against the caves. it hurts. it sucks. we didn't do good enough at all. that was back. >> it can continue. not to be the kind of team we have designs on being. coming off a day that didn't go the way that it needed to go for us to go home. we will get ready for the next opportunity.
>> the seahawks talked out of -- act out of their minds and it didn't help. falcons matt ryan the former stanford man. 46 yard touchdown giving atlanta 24-17 late. five minutes ago seattle scores from a yard out pulling the seahawks 24-23. the falcons block the extra point. stephen would get a second chance 54 yards out and good. 26-24 and that is the final. they are 4-1. >> still going strong after all these years. david bailey got his second shutout in the game ends and -- in a drop. in kansas kevin and the for carla at 74 to pick up his fourth win of the year. with a victory he clenches his
spot in the final eight in the. and a wet weekend of whether. the open has wreaked havoc on that. of all of the weeks that first pga tournament- >> it should of been nice. >> wrong timing. maybe that's why tiger decided not to play. thank you for watching we will see you back here sex. >> news updates always on our website. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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