tv KPIX 5 News at 11PM CBS August 9, 2017 11:00pm-11:35pm PDT
new warning tonight to north korea... threatening to knock out the regime... and dest now at 11:00 p.m. the u.s. is sending a warning tonight north korea. threatening to knockout the regime and destroy its people. good evening. >> north korea is mocking the threats tonight calling them a load of non-sense. the north says only absolute force can work on president trump. >> reporter: the north says it will attack waters near guam by mid-august and wait for the commander in chief's order. the secretary of state tried to reassure americans we are not on the brink of nuclear war. >> americans should sleep well at night. >> reporter: secretary of state rex tillerson said prump said this yesterday -- president trump said this yesterday. >> north korea best not make anymore threats to the united
states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. >> reporter: just to get the attention of north korean leader kim jong un. >> sending a strong message to north korea in language that kim jong un would understand. >> reporter: today defense secretary james mattis doubled down on the threat, he warned north korea to sees actions that would lead seas actions that would -- seize actions. . >> reporter: this is how north korea responded to the threat. tens of thousands of -- thousands took to the streets. the north of said it is examining plans to make a fire at the areas around guam. they have two military bases, housing 6,000 americans. >> made me nervous. we don't want to see the death
and destruction. >> thnorth is touting technology that could reach the u.s. main land. it is prepared juit comes to a the more likely scenario, yet still unlikely, a dirty bomb, that is something we work very hard at. >> reporter: flea has not demonstrated it could launch a nuclear strike on the united states. they still lack technologies but they might be able to pull that off next year. man is in custody after leading officers on a high- speed chase. the chp said it began in oroville and ended near discovery bay on the old river bridge on highway 4. once the driver got to the bridge, he fled on foot before jumping into the river. authorities say the suspect tried to swim away and taunted
officers from the water. after an hour he was taken in to custody. the mystery in oakland tonight after a man was killed in the middle of the street. police say it happened near rich and webster streets. two miles from the b.a.r.t. station. police are not saying much tonight but a neighbor says she heard it all go down when the victim's laptop was stolen. >> he had his laptop stolen up for the cafe around the corner and tried to struggle with it and he got dragged by the car. that is what i am -- i heard. >> tonight police say the man was killed in connection with a crime. bay area police searched a house looking for dugs, what they found was more than they expected. kpix 5's christin ayers is in richmond with the story. >> reporter: when police raided the home on this block yesterday morning they suspected suspected the man was
selling drugs. they never expected to find a c >> heard the gunades go off. >> reporter: he walk -- grenades go off. >> reporter: he walked outside. >> s.w.a.t. team, police. >> reporter: surrounding his neighbor's home. police had been watching the home for three weeks. they believed drugs were being sold but -- >> we had a chop shop. >> reporter: police found three stolen cars. including a dodge charge that was stripped. and an audi. >> they were constantly working on vehicles. >> i didn't know if it was -- if they were repairing cars or what. >> reporter: police arrested him, he was running the chop shop while out on bail on an attempted murder charge and
they arrested his girlfriend and confiscate $50,000 in meth, heroin, cocaine and cash. tonight police are thanking neighbors for alerting them to the suspicious activit >> i don't know which neighbors it was. i am grateful they did. i am glad. >> reporter: christin ayers, kpix 5. tonight google could be facing a new lawsuit. dozens of women come forward saying they are being paid less than men. in a report they say the department received evidence of significant discrimination against women in the most common positions at google headquarters. discrimination against women in google is extreme. google fired back with two posts saying we were surprised when the ofccp accused us.
we were taken ack by this assertion. our analysis shows no gender pay gap at google. they have not taken steps to learn how our systems work. and may not have accurately understood them. tonight the google engineer who was fired for his manifesto is breaking his silence and he is not sorry. kpix 5's maria medina is live outside google headquarters with the story. >> reporter: james damore said he values diversity but because of his memo the ceo of google plans to hold a town hall with employees tomorrow. >> i decided to create the document to clarify my thoughts. >> reporter: james damore was just a google engineer who decided to write a memo about the gender gap at his company. >> i heard things that i
disagreed with. >> reporter: in an interview james damore explains he wrote the memo after attending a diversity program at google. >> a lot of shaming. that is sexist, you can't do this. there is just so much hypocrisy. >> reporter: he blames biological causes nderap. women have more nurotticism. >> he is not the only one who thinks that way. he is just the only one dumb enough to write it. >> reporter: while she doesn't hiree with the memo she idsa rd thwoe e sps otlight for its lac diversity with women making up 31% of the work force.
>> i have met many google engineer that are female who tell me i don't want to become a mom yet because it is not the environment that will support me. >> reporter: google firing james damore just a small step in the right direction but it is google's turn to be in the hot seat. >> what is their action plan? >> reporter: and james damore already filed a complaint saying he had every right to talk about his work environment merchandise maria medina, kpix 5. this northern california officer is caught on camera throwing punches. tonight police say this video does not the whole story. >> an air canada llalmost cras at sfo, tonight evidence in the investigation gone forever. >> imagine finding a grave yard under your home, tonight the 155-year-old tombstone unearthed in a bay area neighborhood. >> and tonight there is a new
near-disaster at s-f-o. some key evidence is lost forever. onr f 759 flew about 50-feet over four sepback into an investigation at sfo. key evidence is lost forever. last month an armband flight flew over four -- air canada flight flew over 4 jets. it took them 24 hours to report the incident. as a result the voice recorder was erased before it could be analyzed. it could have provided conversations with the tower and ga us an idea of what the pilots were thinking as they
lined up. california police officer caught on camera punching a man in the face. the man says he did nothing wrong. police say the video doesn't tell the whole story. >> reporter: this is exclusive video of him walking out of jail after his arraignment for resisting arrest was dropped. on monday he was caught on camera being hit and forced to the ground by a police officer. >> no way. i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: he said it was unexpected. the>>ex t ing thi on the ground. been belted twice. i thought he only hit me once. i can't tell you. >> the incident took place in the parking lot of the taco bell. he said he was the one who called police after a man on a bike ran over his foot. he was not armed and never hit
the officer. >> to slug me in the face, come on, that is not a police tactic. >> the police department has now launched an internal investigation. >> our officers are equipped with body camera videos. >> reporter: however the video is not being released and police ask citizens to be patient. >> there is a very small clip on the internet, wait till you see the full investigation, there is more out there. >> reporter: while the officer was not hurt and remains on duty, he said he suffered scrapes, bruises and the attack was unwarranted. >> you are burning me. >> reporter: why she now considering a lawsuit and hopes the deapartment takes action against the officer -- department takes action against the officer. >> let him understand you cannot treat the public that way. >> tonight the district attorney's office said they are waiting till the investigation
is completed. $11,000 worth of football gear is missing tonight. this is a washington high school team in action on the field. today police said someone left the gym unlocked during a construction project during the summer. someone snuck in and stole the gear. including elements and pads. -- hospitals and pads. police are -- helmets and bad. police are investigate -- and pads. police are investigating. some workers discovered a tombstone under a house on may fair drive in san francisco. kpix 5's a-b shows us -- andria borba shows us what they dug up. >> reporter: what lies beneath the orange cones and dirt here tells the tale of a city in 2017 and more than 100 years ago. >> gives me the goose bumps. >> reporter: ripping up a floor
and laying lines is usually not a note worthy event. until today. >> wasn't like other rocks. >> reporter: he kept digging in the garage of this apartment building. >> we see writing. and then realized tombstone. got creeped out. >> some ran for the treat. [ laughter ] >> reporter: wedged between a pipe and the foundation was this. >> that is an old, old tombstone. the first name on it is charles cooper. >> reporter: once they knew what they discovered they kept digging. >> hoping i wasn't finding a finger, a hand coming up, gr me >> reporter: they didden find bones, just the grave -- didn't find bones, just the grave marker. >> the mother, the father and they lost a child after 13 days. >> reporter: sitting north of the usf campus it used to be
home to a cemetery before san francisco's gentrification happened. >> they left the tombstone, they used them as ground fillers. >> reporter: where progress is vertical, sometimes a link to the path is just below your feet. >> we can bring peace to whoever was here. i am sure they didn't want it buried. >> reporter: auntria b, kpix 5. -- andria borba, kpix 5. >> the crew plans to remove the tombstone tomorrow. the five men could not move it on their own today. this is not the first time something like this happened. last year workers stumbled upon a casket underneath a home in san francisco. the body was of a young girl
who passed away in 1876. stroke rates are falling for men, but not for stn. wo omcl ed frin both men and women. from 2005 to 2010 the rates among men continued to drop but they stayed the same for women. doctors say the risk factors for stroke including obstacle, high blood pressure -- obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes may effect women differently than men. >> diabetes is a strong risk factor for stroke in bogue men and women. -- both men and women but in women the risk is 26% higher than in men with diabetes. >> you can remember symptoms of a stroke using the word fast. and if you get to the hospital quickly enough doctors may be able to limit permanent damage by using medicine to dissolve a blood clot in the brain. tonight for the first time in 20 years the fda approved a
new drug to treat als. this drug gives her a real chance at life. >> i am really excited there is hope. >> reporter: hope moving through the als community. >> i want to be the guinea pig. >> reporter: she is a mother of two and a retired teacher who was diagnosed with lou gehrig's disease one year ago. her arms and legs getting weaker and weaker. >> it is tough at times. especially as it progresses more. i am fortunate i can breathe on my own and speak and swallow. >> reporter: now a therapy is the first drug in two decades to hit the u.s. >> reporter: how significant is this? >> this is really significant in the world of als.
took us out of a 20 year slumber. there are cures out there. >> reporter: slowing the progression of als by 23%. >> patients had much slower progression than patients who received placebo. added to the drug we already had we could make a big impact. >> reporter: trials were done on the early stages but the hope is anyone with the disease could take it. >> inpollution, 10 inpollutions permonth. >> reporter: since the drug has become available many doctors have been writing prescriptions like crazy but he wants patients to to be paint -- patient. kpix 5. bay area little leaguers chasing their world series dreams.
it was a nail biter. friends and family cheered on the team tonight. canyon creek competed in san bernardino for a spot in the little league world series. they were up by six runs but their opponent rallied to win by two. no matter what he is happy with his players. >> we couldn't be more prouder. this team, the kids, the coaches, they represent everything that is great with youth sports today. >> tonight the fans are optimistic saying there is always next year. >> gave it a good ride. >> they did. had to win the district, the sectional, all of northern california just to get there. the moon is always moving. livermore 61 degrees. we are moving, we are spinning
around. oakland 61 degrees. san francisco 59. santa rosa 58 degrees. over night tonight, mid-50s santa rosa, north bay, east bay, inland cloudy. 60 livermore. santa clara valley clouds, 61 degrees. looking to the sky, interesting fact when it comes to a total solar eclipse, 99.9% of the sun is blocked. it would still and look and feel like a normal day. you have to have 100% blockage to have the sky go dark. that is what will happen in 12 days across the country for the first time in 99 years. the closest spot will be central oregon. low pressure to the north. thunderstorms in lake county today. giving us on onshore flow. our weather is not going to change much. those are the forcing mechanisms to bring in the onshore flow. the cloud cover will be there tomorrow morning. burning back to had coast in
the afternoon. the marine layer, all day long. afternoon temperatures near or below average. milder or warmer friday and saturday but temperatures staying close to average for this time of year. concord tomorrow 84. san jose 80. napa 83 degrees. san rafael 80. cloudy day again with drizzle in san francisco, 66. upper 80s to low 90s inland. in to next week. low 70 near the bay and 50s to low 60s at the coast. if you are enjoying this weather pattern, folks will enjoy the next week because nothing is changing. >> we know what to expect. >> there it is. >> thank you. this is the biggest dinosaur ever discovered and it has been nameilous until -- nameless until now. and here are tonight's guests on the late show with stephen colbert.
years ago. its bones dug up three years ago in argentina. a copy lives at the museum of natural history in new york. the tail measured 120 feet long. that is 10 feet longer than a boeing 737. it weighed 70-tons and that is heavier than 15 african elephants. time to break out the 9ers gear. we are inviting you to share your photos on the kpix 5 facebook page. kpix 5 is your home for 49ers pre-season football. of course. this friday the 9ers take on the kansas city chiefs. coverage begins with kpix 5 news at 5:00 p.m. football. >> a lot of movement today. a piece of the team that could determine success or failure
rebirth and today showed he's a mighty small sample size but pablo sandoval might be making a pitch for 2018. -- panda might be making a pitch for 2018. madison bumgarner got help from pablo sandoval. through him out from his knees. tied 1-1 in the 7th. coming home. slides in. safe. giants lead. hunter pence going the other way. giants win 3-1. they took the last two series. a's and mariners at the coliseum. they call cruz the broom stick. here is why. look at that baby go. he needed an oil change. the mariners beat the a's 6-3.
from the we hardly knew you file. the 49ers release him five months after they traded for him with the ravens. it became clear he beat him out for the center position. more news on the o-line. garnett will have surgery to clean out his knee. head coach kyle shanahan admitted it will be a battle to have him ready for week one. he started 11 games last season after the 49ers traded up in the first round to select him and tonight we got a look at christian mccaffrey. look at the 12-yard run. finished with 7 carries for 33 yards. that was his best. defeated the texans 24-7 and we will be back.
will have late show with stephen colbert is next. next newscast is tomorrow morning at 4:30 a.m. >> we will see you bright and early. take care. captioning spo y cbs >> according to "usa today," president trump has sent private messages to russia's special counsel, robert mueller. trump's lawyer referred to them as messages of, "appreciation and greetings." >> are you being investigated for conspiring with a foreign power, but you still want to let that special prosecutor know that they're special? well, now you can with hallmark's new line trump inspired greeting cards. each card lets the certain someone investigating you know that you're thinking about them, like "i'm guilty... of thinking you're great." "roses are red, violates are blue... i wouldn't mind colluding with you." ( laughter )