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>> and good evening. tonight most of the oakland raiders did not stand for the national anthem before their game in the washington, d.c. area, instead they sat with arms link to send a response to statements from president trump. after the game players said they had to do something. >> when you get called out by your president, i felt like it was something i had to do. i would be standing up. i have tremendous respect for our military and our flag. >> the message was about, you know, freedom of speech. you know? we feel that that is what america is about and it was about unity, everybody being together. >> some said they don't want to talk about the protest, they want to concentrate on football. derek carr did stand during the national anthem. other nfl teams held various protests during the national
anthem. [ singing the national anthe] >> reporter: one of the hardest hits in the nfl today took place on the sidelines when members of the ravens and jaguars took a knee during the national anthem kicking off a long day of political football. with the exception of ex-army ranger alejandro villanueva the steelers didden show at all -- didn't show at all for their national anthem. >> if a guy wants to go about his business and participate in the national anthem, he shouldn't be forced to choose sides. we are not participating today. that is our decision. >> reporter: today president trump turned to twitter urging fans to refuse go to games till players stop disrespecting our flag. [ singing national anthem ] >> reporter: but a lot of fans and coaches objected to the president's tone and message
including former jets head coach rex ryan. >> it is appalling me. >> reporter: nfl team owners responded in tweets and sames. owner of the jaguars who donated $1 million to trump's inauguration locked arms with his players during the national anthem. before the game the nfl rushed out a message of its own. >> live, united. uteep. nir: ty bigger than the nfl. the nba ite house after a feud with steph curry and now a major league baseball player decided to take a knee. 2/3 of americans believe president trump is dividing the country. cbs news, new york. >> house minority leader nancy
pelosi weighed in on the national anthem protest. she said president trump was wrong to get involved. >> it is unfortunate. i think he is ill advised, if advised at all. sports has been a great unifier. sports and the arts will bring america together. we put our differences aside. >> president trump is not the first president to talk about nfl players kneeling the national anthem. former president obama talked about colin kaepernick protesting racial injustice with the 49ers. >> i want colin kaepernick and others who are on a knee, i want them to listen to the pain that that may cause somebody who for example had a spouse or child killed in combat and why it hurts them to see somebody not standing but i also want people to think about the pain that he may be expressing about
somebody who lost a loved one that they think was unfairly shot. >> colin kaepernick has not found a job with a new team since he became a free agent. the nhl champions pittsburgh pengens will visit the white house. president trump tweeted he is pleased they accepted his invitation. last week he told the golden state warriors are not welcome because of comments from steph curry. president trump signed new travel restrictions that covers 8 countries and replaces an earlier ban that expired today. betty yu with details on the new order. >> reporter: the new restrictions vary by country and include a phased in
approach. the travel ban includes non- muslim majority countries and president trump said the tougher the better. the new rules will effect citizens of chad, iran, libya, north korea, somalia, syria, venezuela and yemen. and will go into effect october 18. the restrictions vary and range definite ban to more -- from an indefinite ban to more restrictions. a bars a hand full of venezuelan officials and their families. president trump tweeted making america safe is my number one priority. he will not admit those we can't safely vet. his first travel ban lasted three months and banned six predominantly muslim countries from entering the u.s. it sparked chaos at airports and many legal challenges. this time officials said they worked for months on the new
rules and worked with various agencies and with foreign governments. >> what they are trying to accomplish, they are trying to identify those people who are coming here to cause harm to the u.s. they are not trying to impact those people coming here to be reunited with their families. >> reporter: kpix 5 security analyst. >> to ban specific countries, my guess is, there information as to why the countries are on the list. >> the white house called it a crittle step towards establishing an immigration system that protects american's safety and security. the department of homeland security secretary said the new ban will keep terrorist and criminals from entering our country. the u.s. supreme court is set to hear arguments on the first travel ban next month. betty yu, kpix 5. new details on the newest republican healthcare plan. a couple hours ago gop senators
release a revised version of the bill to try keep it from dying. republicans have till saturday to repeal and replace obama care with 50 votes. after that they will need 60 vote. today the plan lost the support of texas senator ted cruz. >> right now they don't have my vote and i don't think may have mike lee's either. >> mike lee ovulate has not confirmed the statement but -- has not yet confirm the statement. tomorrow the congressional budget office will release its report on the bill. well, 11 people face charges tonight in berkeley following today's rally and protest at cal. officers say the suspects were breaking safety laws. some had banged weapons. officers were separating crowds as milo yiannopoulos made a brief appearance on campus. kpix 5's joe vazquez shows us
how it all unfolded today. >> reporter: he didn't stay long and didn't say much. milo yiannopoulos showed up surrounded by supporters. made a brief statement and then left. all within a half hour. on the perimeter of campus the activity went on for a while longer. hundreds of police officers kept an eye on two factions who fought in the streets several times before. uc berkeley police wanted to make it clear from the beginning that everyone needed to followthe rules. no weapons allowed and barricades around uc berkeley were there to keep people back. >> reporter: the group refused to get off the barricades and
one member was handcuffed. >> reporter: for a couple hours affthat some of milo yiannopoulos' supporters waded into the crowd as they marched to debate and provoke the counter demonstrators. sometimes it was stopd, a scuffle, cops would break it up and then they would start marching again. police arrested people testing the rules against wearing masks or bringing weapons. among the materials were a knife, a shield, a slingshot and ammunition. uc berkeley officials say it cost $800,000 to police today's event, the most expensive photo op in the school's history. >> today was safe. there were no real injuries. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> during milo yiannopoulos' visit he criticized nfl players for taking a knee during the
national anthem and said what they are doing is disrespectful to the flag. [ indiscernible talking ] >> i brought you to join me for a moment on your knees to pray. to pray for the -- [ indiscernible talking ] >> milo yiannopoulos and his supporters started to pray while counter demonstrators began to chant. what is next? well, it is not clear. this was supposed to be freedom of speech week at uc berkeley but the organizers canceled it this weekend. uc berkeley says it is not taking any chances. the plaza will be closed off for another day. new tonight at 11:00 p.m. a look at the car used in a robbery at the bay bridge toll plaza this afternoon before 3:00 p.m. today. the black mercedes pulled a gun on one of the attendants.
he was ready to pull off a crime. >> the driver is a black male in a black ski mask, black hoody. -- h a -- had a hand gun. 211 suspect. >> nobody was hurt. investigators are looking into whether the suspect could be linked to another robbery this morning on the bridge. up next, what we are learning tonight about the suspect who targeted a church near nailingville. new -- nashville. new detaarea father shot ils and e d thbakil police. how officers rescued his wife and kids before the deadly confrontation. >> one of the hottest pop singsers skipping out on the bay area. why one city's curfew forced him to pull plug. >> live over the city of san francisco at this hour, things are going to be changing this week. it is beginning to feel like autumn. the details are coming up after
at stanford health care, we can now use a blood sample to detect lung cancer. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. charged with murder. 25-ye held tonight the man accused of opening fire at a charge has been charged with murder. estsest being held without bond after he shot and killed a woman and injured six others. the -- police say emanuel kidega samson killed a woman and he entered the church and
shot six others. >> during the confrontation the church usher was pistol whipped. there was a significant struggle between the two. during the struggle the gunman shot himself, probably not intentionally. >> guy just came in and started shooting. i don't understand it. >> police are now questioning emanuel kidega samson about his motive. the justice department opened an investigation into the shooting. back here in san francisco, an officer involved shooting that left a father dead is under investigation tonight. police say the suspect held his own family hostage. >> reporter: before 3:00 a.m. officers heard a shot fired. they had no choice but to enter the home. >> made entry out of concern for the safety of the hostage. >> man was holding his wife and two kids, 5 and 11, hostage.
>> the family was was with 2 kids. >> reporter: she doesn't know the family but she lives across the alley from them. >> i couldn't get in to my house. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> i live right there. [ laughter ] >> next to it. >> reporter: initially calls came in about domestic violence with a weapon. when offian ceri15ve ar d minutes later one shot was fired from inside. the negotiation team stepped in but they say the man wouldn't let his wife and kids go. after three hours of talking to officers he refused to continue negotiating. and then police heard the one blast that led them to go in and fire back. >> none of the victims were shot. but the subject did fire a gun twice inside. >> the man was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. >> crazy. i saw all the police cars. what happened?
usually so quiet and peaceful. so really surprising. >> very safe. i lived here for 8 ye with beautiful views now tainted with crime scene tape and police have to tape together the violence. one positive note, the wife and two kids were rescued and checked out by paramedics on the scene. >> now the case is in the hands of the san francisco police department homicide unit internal affairs. the medical examiner's office, the assistant district attorney and the department of police accountability. kpix 5. seafood lovers will have to wait to get fresh fish at fisherman's wharf in san francisco. the commission approved a one year pilot program allowing fishermen to sell directly to the public. the first time in 17 years. they were supposed to start selling today but a last second insurance issue with the city put their plans on ice. >> i got 20,000 pounds of fish
right here. i was, like, really prepared. i am going to meet a lot of good fish lovers today. >> they were supposed to be selling at peer 47 tomorrow but it is unclear if that is happening. things are warming up in the bay area. the warmest months near the shoreline of the year in the bay area and it is shaping up that way. on the golden gate bridge. concord 85 degrees. morgan hill 80. livermore 82. san jose 83 degrees today. santa rosa 87 degrees. even san francisco hit 80 degrees today. san francisco, there it is on this fine sunday night. concord 63 degrees right now. in san francisco, 61 degrees. tomorrow, the numbers inland climb to 90 degrees. we have a warm spell on tap. with numbers climbing a couple degrees a day.
that is all we ask. the west coast, high pressure building off shore. low pressure booted to the east. red flag warnings posted as the humidities come down and through ures going up. ing wednesday. future cast, this is the time lapse video of how things should look tomorrow. not much. clear skies for tomorrow. sunshine all week long. 90 degrees inland by tuesday and a good beach week as well. central valley 90 degrees. heading out of the bay area, sfo, looking good. breezy. the rest of the country, showers in seattle, not too bad. and that would include the bay area. over night lows middle 50s. tomorrow, we climb above average in san jose at 86 degrees. morgan hill 93. in the east bay numbers in the upper 80s, low 90s. in the north bay, nice. 83 petaluma. 88 santa rosa.
extended forecast, looking looking for things to warm into the middle 90s by mid-week and the beach, 80 degrees by wednesday. we will get warm and stay warm. that the what is ahead in weather. still to come, the pop singer who is saying thanks but no thanks to levi stadium. his complaints about the curfew and the man caught on camera riding on the back of a commuter train. >> and i am dennis o'donnell coming up next on game day, we head to the nation's capital where vern glenn is with the raiders. >> in studio with the take on the 49ers and we will go one-on- one with the soon to be named american league player of the week. >> wouldn't be mad at that. along with a home run. >> game day in a couple minutes.
area. the singer had originally ned a possible ed sheeran is going on tour next year but he will not play in the bay area. he had planned a possible stop at levi stadium next august but kpix 5's kiet do tells us, he isn't down with the 10:00 p.m. concert curfew. [ singing ] >> reporter: ed sheeran fans in the south bay, you are out of luck. his 2018 concert tour list has an absence. levi stadium. 49ers president was negotiating the deal with his agent who
said there is no way he would be done by the 10:00 p.m. curfew. 4,000 hard working individuals lost their right to work, residents lost out on revenue and music lovers denied an opportunity to view concert. >> it will cost our city $800,000. that will go a libraries, schools, infrastructure, public safety. >> reporter: santa clara vice mayor said changing the curfew requires a simple majority vote of the city counsel. >> mayor, i know you love our city, you were appointed to get things done and bring people together, this is hurting santa clara. shame on you. >> how about midnight? >> it would be a stretch. 11:00 p.m. wouldn't be an issue.
>> reporter: reaction to extending the curfew among neighbord. u2 went to s xevemihan bee11:0 and drew a 11,000 fine. people were loitering after the concert ended and so it could make for a rough night since he gets up at 6:00 a.m. >> when a concert ends at 11:00 p.m. things die down past midnight. >> definitely. especially the people don't want to leave, they have the helicopters going so the helicopters are flying over the stadium, the neighborhood. >> reporter: the mayor was not available for an interview today but released a statement saying this potential concert loss is news to us. we would appreciate the l tadetant company bringing thea ils da before there stadium authority since we just met on september 19 and the mayor said the city council will debate ways to improve the genant me stadium tuesofday.
kiet do, kpix 5. up next, the popular pop singer who just got ripped off for almost half a million dollars. on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california.
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next train station. he was arrested and fined. hard news this weekend. burglars broke in to his home and took off with $300,000 worth of cash and jewelry. he is the latest victim in a series of burglaries targeting celebrities in the neighborhood where he livers. i am sure he has surveillance cameras. >> probably. 7,000 -- [ laughter ] >> we will be right back.