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throughout history, the one meal when we come together, break bread, share our day and connect as a family. [ bloop, clicking ] and connect, as a family. just, uh one second voice guy. [ bloop ] huh? hey? i paused it. bam, family time. so how is everyone? find your awesome with xfinity xfi and change the way you wifi. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> my beautiful cousin. >> emotions run high as the bay area mourns the lives loss in the las vegas attack one week ago tonight. >> tonight some of the markies
in las vegas dimmed or went dark to honor the 58 victims. a vigil was held tonight in the bay area. kpix 5's joe vazquez was there as hundreds came together to remember. >> reporter: they gathered by the hundreds. lit candles and held signs. this vigil put together by a congressman, marks one week since the massacre in las vegas. my dozen. my beautiful cousin. >> reporter: family members remember a woman who graduated from cal high school. >> she was an amazing woman. loved god. >> reporter: her husband, a san francisco police officer, survived. but stacy was killed in las vegas. today her body returned to sfo. she was with her boyfriend, a
lieutenant of the oxnard police department. they both died. >> she is in heaven, in a better place. with the love of r fe. li anreporter: emotions are raw here in castro valley. still thegrassman and the -- the congressman says it is time to have a conversation about why the mass shootings continue to happen. >> it will be a dishonor the the dead if we look the other way and said everything we are doing now works. >> reporter: he is the former boss of michelle. he says he doesn't see this as a political issue of gun recognizes versus -- rights versus gun control. >> we want to make a choice. it is not republicans versus democrats. this is all of us letting down
our loved ones. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. breaking news out of napa county. one of two fires burning right now. atlas peak is east of yountville by six miles. the fire broke out before 10:00 p.m. and has burned 200 acres. cal fire is getting justles people who might be -- calls of people who might be trapped in the fire. a second fire, where the old faithful geyser of california, evacuations. evacuations being reported. we will bring you more information as soon as we get it. this is happening statement we have an off shore flow, dry winds. humidity is down. that is why since thursday night we have been talking about the red flag warnings that are up for the bay area
and the winds are not materialing tonight. gusts up to 30 miles per hour. -- materializing tonight. gusts up to 30 miles per hour. the humidity is low. the fire danger at the same time the fires are burning is up. two stabbing victims were rushed to the hospital after an attack that lafayette b.a.r.t. station and the station was shut down for hours on what should have been a busy day for riders. the suspect is still on the run. >> reporter: frustrated passengers looking to get on b.a.r.t. were turned away from the lafayette station today after a fight broke out on the platform around 9:45 a.m. this morning. >> the suspect produced a knife and then attacked two people. >> reporter: paramedics took the two stabbing victims to the hospital in walnut creek. a man was stabbed in the head and a man was stabbed in the hand. both are expected to be okay. witnesses say third person was
also hurt but left before police arrived. >> police officers have sent out a notice to hospitals saying if someone comes into get in contact with us so we could find out what the person's story is. >> reporter: witnesses tell police two different stories about what caused the violence. some said the suspect was trying to steal the victim's backpack. others say it was a verbal fight. >> it is a complicated situation. we are trying to fill in the gaps. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. riders who were trying to get to the raiders game and fleet week in san francisco say the situation is unsettling. >> that is scary. the whole world turned scary. >> makes me sad. you don't want to see anybody get hurt or possibly killed. but, you know, maybe that is part of the world we live in. >> reporter: katie nielson, kpix 5. how to tonight the search is on for possible kidnappers
in san jose. they took woman this morning. 1:45 a.m. a cab took the woman to the station. four people waiting in a car demanded she get out. when she refused it started to drive away, the suspects caught up, puncturing the tires and assaulting the driver. police are calling this a suspicious circumstance. the victim is white woman in her 30s. 5'8" with brown hair. san jose police are investigating a murder near oak drove high school before 7:00 p.m. tonight. -- grove high school before 7:00 p.m. tonight. later he died in the hospital. we hanew details on how the chp tracked down a suspect in a hit and run that injured four bicyclists. kpix 5's betty yu says the public provided tips on social media. >> reporter: officers arrested
the man. 21-year-old aaron path for felony hit and run just before midnight. they found this pickup truck parked out front with damage from the side of the crash. the which happen said they were -- the chp said they were able to rest him because -- arrest him because of tips from social media. asking for the public's help, this was shared 3500 times. one woman posted a photo of the same truck. possibly same kid who got a dui april 28? he almost hit me. the chp says this post with other leads that poured in helped investigators narrow down the suspect within hours. the crash happened before noon yesterday as 1300 riders road in a bike race. this ram swerved to the right and hit the bicyclist and it
appeared intentional. the injuries to one victim were so severe he had to be airlifted to the hospital. these images of the truck which were used on social media. the three bicyclists have been released from the hospital and the rider who sustained the most serious injuries is in stable condition at the hospital and is expected to survive. betty yu, kpix 5. the trump administration put out a list of immigration principles that must be part of a deal in congress to protect dreamers. the demands include money for a border wall, a crack down on minors coming from central america and cuts in grant money for sanctuary cities. this threatens the chance of a agreement to protect younger undocumented immigrants who were brought here as children. house minority leader nancy pelosi and chuck schumer say
the administration can't be serious about compromise or helping the dreamers. on to storm watch now. hurricane 19 is now a -- nate is now a tropical depression. cbs reporter shows us residents along the coast are taking no chances. >> reporter: clean up is already well underway along the gulf coast. less than 24 hours after hurricane nate came ashore. >> it was nothing. we prepared just in case. rather put up plywood. >> from louisiana to florida, residents who had been bracing for a plast from mother nature were expressing relief. nate was the third hurricane to make land fall on the u.s. mainland this year.
it slammed louisiana as a category 1 on saturday night and this morning it was still category 1 when it made land fall in mississippi. it flooded low lying areas including a popular tourist destination. >> the wind was blowing real hard and it came -- pushed the water straight on up. it was a really a ferocious storm. >> reporter: it has been over a dozen years since a hurricane last hit mississippi. but many took no chances because the last one was katrina. >> surges, surges. okay, we will get rain. it rained one time. wouldn't have church today, beautiful day, we could have had church. >> reporter: in central america nate was blamed for two dozen deaths but no reports of casualties in the united states. cbs news, mississippi. coming up, a scary ride for
how's it going down there? that's good. lica misses you. i'm over it though. (laughter) that's fine. i miss her more than you anyway. ♪ ♪ hey, my window is closing. yeah that's okay. alright miles. i love you. (phone hangs up) ♪ ♪ yeah i love you too. ♪ ♪ look at one of the two separte fires burning right now. both fires a uations. all right. live to breaking news out of napa county. two fires burning right now. both fires are forcing
evacuations. one is located atlas peak road. it broke out before 10:00 p.m. and burned 200 acres. crsay it dangerous rate of speed. cal fire is getting calls of people who might be trapped in the fire as well. the second fire is north of calistoga, we are getting more information. also the conditions there, wind conditions and red flag warnings. >> yeah. there are red flag warnings. in fact near the fire. it is windy. gusts 38 miles per hour. out of the dry direction. the reason there are red flag warnings, isn't because the temperatures, but because the winds are out of the east, they are dry, gusting all night through tomorrow morning. the winds continue for another 12 to 18 hours and that elevates the fire danger and that is why since last week we have been talking about the fact that red flag warnings would be posted and were at
11:00 a.m. this morning, through tomorrow at 5:00 a.m. and the reason the red flag warnings are up again is because the winds are so gusty. and they are out of the east and it is a dry direction. any fire can move very quickly and that is one of the problems they are having with the fires tonight. >> okay. talking about two separate fires. we will continue to update you on them. bay area watch, scary moments in wine country. the napa valley wine train slammed into a bus this afternoon. nobody was hurt. there is no word exactly on how the limo ended up in the train's path. a sight in the skies at fleet week. a group of navy s.e.a.l.s. performed a show to wrap things up. kpix 5's melissa caen was there as the leapfrog made their jump. >> circles before the jump. golden gate bridge. downtown area. i mean, amazing. >> reporter: they are called
called called the leapfrogs. today they leaped off the plane 5,000 feet in the air. these are real navy s.e.a.l.s and they all served tours over seize. >> i have done 5. iraq, afghanistan, south pacific. >> reporter: of those chosen, they spend 2 to 3 years jumping and then back to military service as s.e.a.l.s. for now they are having fun. >> i really enjoyed downing the down plane. it is team work. takes two people to do it. we link together and we flip our canopies and go straight into the ground at 50 to 60 miles per hour. and around 400 feet we separate and land safely. >> reporter: they perform all around the nation. a few days ago they dropped into a football in san
francisco is especially tough. >> the winds for some reason you will get a good gust, 10 to 15 miles per hour wind, when you are flying with a canopy, there is no pushing forward so we are relying on the winds to get us to where we need to be and they are tricky. >> reporter: even with the tricky winds they had a great time at fleet week. >> thank you, san francisco. >> reporter: melissa caen, kpix 5. weather, every hour the national weather service comes out with the temperature of the humidity, the strongest winds right now on the 15 cities reporting are in napa. 38 mile-an-hour wind gusts. which is where the fire is burning. north of downtown calistoga and the atlas peak road fire. by yountville. six miles east. the numbers around the bay area, 73 degrees toncord.
oakland 66. san francisco 71. mild night in the bay area because of the off shore flow. breakers to 14 feet. they should ease off. the swell and the surf. sunny, windy and warm tomorrow. windy night over night tonight. winds ease and cool off tuesday. mid-week sunny and mild and dry. over night lows tonight, in the middle 50s. sun up tomorrow 7:11 a.m. in san francisco tomorrow, a warm 78. concord 85 degrees. numbers come up tomorrow. oakland 81 degrees. we have an off shore push. the winds which can elevate us to high temperatures but it won't tomorrow. it will be a gentle nudge up. mid-80s in the south bay. north bay, 86. warm in santa rosa 87 degrees. ukiah 84 degrees. after one more warm day
tomorrow, temperatures cool on tuesday and mid-week mid-70s and sunshine from here through the end of the week. i am dennis o'donnell, coming up on game day, mike pence missed a heck of a football game in indianapolis where the 49ers went to over time. the raiders stumble without derek carr. where do they go from here? >> they have to have a question about the confidence level. >> warriors rap up their trip to china and phil mickelson makes a run at the safeway open. game day, packed show, coming up.
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the 49ers players knee national anthem. vice president mike pence walked out of colts, 49ers game when the 49ers player knelt during the national anthem and then he headed to the airport. kpix 5's kiet do asks was it preplanned by the president? [ singing national anthem ] >> reporter: as many as 2 dozen 49ers knelt during the national anthem in the game with the colts. the colts linked arms but did not kneel. vice president mike pence left tweeting: "i left today's colts game because president trump and i will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our flag, or our national anthem." it begs the question, how long was mike pence planning on staying anyway? the press follows the vp everywhere but he tweeted the
media pool was kept in vans ahead of the game instead of being left in. president trump tweeted i asked @vp pence to leave stadium if any players kneeled, disrespecting our country. i am proud of him and @secondlady karen. >> reporter: the 49ers safety has been the team's most vocal supporter of kneeling during the national anthem. the 49ers have been doing it the long and say have more players kneeling than any team in the league. he said the vice president's appearance was political theater. >> a man with power comes to the game and leaves the game. >> reporter: what do you think he should have done? >> watch the game. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in downtown san jose fans were disappointed with the vice president. >> please, support all americans and all of our rights. everyone gets to have a voice. and that is why we are here. >> why you leaving in disgust?
if you are disgusted before you got there because you knew it would happen? >> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. back to live pictures now. one of two separate fires burning right now and both are leading to evacuations. now, this is at atlas peak road. it burned 200 acres already south of lake berryessa. crews say it is burning at a dangerous rate of speed. there is also a second fire, it is north of calistoga near tubs lane. cal fire is getting calls from people who might be trapped in the fire. there are evacuations in two locations, two fires forcing evacuations. we will have more developments right after the break. we will be right back.
the city build academy. its a construction job training program tonight we are giving you a look that city build academy. kpix 5's melissa caen says many teammates this training program leads -- times this training program leads to good paying jobs. >> reporter: she is a proud graduate. city build train san francisco residents.it is not just about
time management. the program is physically tough. >> running. lifting. push ups. sit ups. you need be fit for construction. >> reporter: construction and other jobs in the trade. it is driving the big machines. >> i was like i would love to gettified play in the dirt. who wouldn't -- getting paid to play in the dirt. who wouldn't love that? i love that. >> reporter: city build is run by the mayor's office of work force development and is in precipitation with local dallas partnership -- partnership with local businesses. >> grad yods are making six --iads are making six figures. -- grads are making six figures. he runs the city build program. while the program is free, there are some requirements. students have to live in san francisco, pass drug test, have a high school diploma and a
driver's license. once students get in the door it is anything but easy. everything student goes through multiple skill assessments. not everybody makes the final cut. every class starts out with 50 students and 10% leave before that 18 weeks is up. >> is your character and how much you want it. a lot of people didn't get in and they think it is, like, they need to put me in there. you have to prove it. no one is going to give you a hand out. >> the selection and training is a big plus for employers. he worked in construction for 20 years and he supervised several city build grads. >> very professional. always on time. very punctual. >> since san francisco has a requirement that all city construction projects reserve
30% of their jobs for locals, the job market for city build grads are high. >> this is how much you will get paid an hour, and after that every year it goes up. wow! okay. this is it. >> reporter: it is a big change for her. six years ago she was working minimum wage. now after 5 years as an operating engineer she plans to buy a house. the kind of success story he works for, keeping san francisco employed and diverse. >> residents are going to be working on those patrol cars. and so that means -- projects. and so that means they will get their pay checks, spend their money in san francisco. >> reporter: we asked what she would say to her former self. >> do it sooner. >> reporter: in san francisco, melissa caen, kpix 5. we will be right back with more on the fire in napa.