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identity of the homicide victim. >> reporter: he is identified by medical examiners as jaime pool. the shooting happened just before 3:30 pm. this is what the call for help sounded like right after shots were fired. >> this is information for ingleside unit. we have a 217. possibly two victims. a possible active shooting. there is no suspect description yet. >> sfpd flooded the area of trees -- the area trying to gather evidence. three people were hit by gunfire. all three ended up at zuckerberg san francisco general hospital. >> one regretfully expired at 4 pm. we still have two patients. one is in critical condition. the other is in serious condition.
all of the victims were males in their 20s. >> there was confusion and chaos in the hospital parking lot. the hospital went into lockdown. the man driving this acura drove one of the victims to general for treatment but then refused to get out of his car at the request of san francisco sheriff's deputies. he was then detained for questioning. the gunman behind today's troubleshooting is still outstanding. andria borba, kpix 5. now to the san francisco mayor's race. the margin is narrow with only 255 votes separating the two candidates. mark leno still has a razor thin lead. the department of elections says it received thousands of new balance today, as many as 84,000 still need to be counted. a lot of ballots still need to be counted. election officials say 2.6 million are not your process. uber wants to use artificial intelligence to
figure out if it's passengers may be drunk. kpix 5's betty yu has the story. >> reporter: uber has applied for a new patent who can alert drivers when passengers are relating to are acting uncharacteristically. uber has submitted a patent application where it would use artificial intelligent to identify unusual passenger behavior. the newly published application describes a system that learns how a rider typically uses the uber app so that it can tell when something might be off. the system relies on an algorithm2- including typos, how precisely a user clicks on links and buttons, walking speed, and how long it takes to request a ride. the time of day or where the ride is requested may also be considered. the patent also says the service uber provides could change as a result.
the passenger might not be given the option to get in a shared ride or uber pool based on their state. just last month, this uber driver in san diego says he was assaulted by drunk passengers. he picked them up after 1 am and says he knew almost immediately they were drunk. things turned out very quickly after one man starts throwing up out of the window, he pulled over to ask the two to get out. then he says the passenger next to him started attacking him. >> he was not stopping. he is doing. es i could not get him to stop. >> reporter: he ended up jumping out of the car ithe ba against drunk driving representative says the organization always encourages people to call for a ride if they are intoxicated.
>> i want people to be responsible with drinking but i would rather them be the passenger than the driver. >> reporter: in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5. new findings from the feds tonight. tesla involved in a deadly crash on a peninsula accelerated moments before impact. the tesla model x he dissenter barrier on highway 101 killing the driver. the car was on autopilot at the time. now, an ntsb report says the car sped up from 62 miles per hour 272 miles per hour. tesla owners have mixed feelings on the auto feature. he says he still keeps his hands on the wheel. >> if you don't have your hands on the steering wheel, after 30 seconds, there are a bunch of lights on the dashboard the flash to remind you to put your hands back.
as if the bay area housing market wasn't frustrating enough, some people could literally be railroaded right out of their homes to make way for caltrain. >> reporter: it is a project speeding along no matter what. electrifying the train tracks for caltrain through palo alto. >> that coupled with the high- speed rail along the peninsula could mean there could be up to 20 trains per hour running through palo alto. >> reporter: that would mean gates would be down much more, causing gridlock in the city. expect the preferred solution with separate the roads from the railroad. >> reporter: joshua mello says the solution is to separate the tracks from traffic. >> we are very anxious. >> reporter: the city council confirmed alton tiine buying property or eminent domain. >> are we going to lose our backyard only or the whole house?
>> reporter: this man collected more than 300 signatures from south palo alto homeowners who oppose eminent domain. >> put it underground. put it in a tunnel. >> could you do this project without impacting any homes? >> reporter: mello insists they are just beginning to discuss what will happen at all four crossings on palo alto and charleston road. he says the goal is to have minimal impact on homes as the project picks up steam. >> it could create pretty severe traffic congestion and pretty major safety issues. >> we have been here eight ke thefinal decisions at the end of this year but they want to work with homeowners on finding solutions. maria medina, kpix 5. san francisco police are
looking for a man caught on video attacking a homeless person. the video may be tough to watch. the suspect dressed in black carrying the briefcase walks up to a man sleeping on a sidewalk and delivers two powerful kicks. that suspect is now wanted for aggravated assault. it is unclear exactly when this attack happened. police have not elaborated on the extent of the man's injuries. a woman is recovering tonight after being gored by a bison in yellowstone national park. rangers say kim hancock was with a group of people who got a little too close to the animal yesterday. they were within 15 feet when it charged the crowd. hancock was taken to the hout isrted to more than a dozen show dogs stolen on their way to compete in the bay area. the van they were in was swiped in redding. police found the van six miles away.
>> reporter: the car thief abandoned the van in this remote wooded area south of reading. reading police say the thief left the van locked and in direct sunlight. and the officer broke the window to get to the 14 show dogs. they found the dogs with high heart rates from heat, dehydration and stress. at last check, that's at the local humane society were treating the dogs. >> it was awesome to hear they were okay. >> reporter: justin show owns one of the 14 recovered dogs. he is hoping to reunite with his manchester terrier jack this evening. >> i was broken down. >> reporter: justin and other transport the show dogs from the seattle area to vallejo for the dog show. the handle -- the handler left the engine running to keep the ac on when he went into an in
and out. >> they can get overheated on a hot day like this. i don't care about my property. i just want the dogs back. >> reporter: many people at the competition criticized the handler but justin forgives him. >> i am happy that he is back and i am super relieved. >> reporter: justin says his dog is doing well. he plans to compete in saturday's dog show. we have obtained a report blasting a bay area counties response to the wine country wildfires. the biggest problems it a's fa way that has been banned for more than decades.
berryessa neighborhood. it broke out about 30 stickly sp e. three people need a new place to stay tonight after this fire in san jose. it broke out 7:30 pm in a garage on westberry drive and quickly spread to the two-story house. the three adults inside all made it out safely. the cause of the fire is under investigation tonight. sonoma county was not prepared to handle the wine country wildfires. emily turner with the kpix 5 exclusive. >> reporter: sonoma county has received a lot of criticism for the way it handled things the night of the fire back in october. from their perspective, we know exactly where they say they made mistakes or what they could do better. according to the report, they say that the eeoc or the
emergency operations center lacked solid situational awareness, information, and process because of the speed and dynamic nature of the fires. is says previous disasters had not prepared the staff for an incident like this. although many eoc staff had been trained or participated in exercises, the scope of the disaster require the use of additional untrained staff. finally, the eeoc facility cannot adequately support the staff in major or extended duration incidents. on monday, staff will be presenting several solutions that they think will help fix the situation and prevent anything like this from happening in the future. those are to hire five or six new positions within the emergency operations center to provide additional training for the folks who already work there. they will invest in a new emergency operations center which can cost $20 million. they want to be contesting new emergency alert systems inside
the community as quickly as possible. all of this will be presented to the board of supervisors next week. you can count on channel 5 to be there. one of the biggest electric scooter companies may not be welcome back in san francisco anytime soon. the sf nta says spin missed a 5 pm deadline to apply for a city permit. other scooters could be back on the street soon in a more orderly fashion. bird, lime, and five others all got the paperwork in on time. permits will be handed out by the end of the month. a blast from the past for a's fans at the coliseum. you can now buy a beer from your seat. kpix 5's kristin ayres talked to the beer sellers. >> reporter: it is what baseball fans told me they are pumped about. for the first time in three decades, they can buy a nine dollar beer without ever leaving their seats.
nellie torres remembers the days when he was a young bender at candlestick park 30 years ago. he was dying to sell the stadium's hottest commodity. that ended in the mid-80s when california stadiums cut off in see beer service to discourage drunk driving. >> you will be able to have a beer delivered to your seat. >> reporter: it is a convenience that could be a boost for a team that has struggled to attract fans. attendance hit a 15 year low with less than 7000 fans. >> we certainly do think that making it a more convenient experience is a way to continue the moment. >> i think it will help a lot. beer and baseball go together.
>> reporter: the a's are committed to curbing drunk driving. they have partnered with two ridesharing companies and they say they offer free soft drinks to designated drivers. the battle to save an old tree in san jose has city officials admitting they made a big mistake. they failed to give neighbors advanced notice that a beloved italian stone pine was getting cut down on tuesday. it now admits a major oversight. the city held a meeting next to the tree in fleming park. a city arborist insists branches are at risk of falling after a windstorm last year. a neighbor called police and got officers to stop the cruise -- the crews cutting down branches. >> if i had any knowledge of what would be happening, i would have done a lot more. >> the city will delay chopping the tree down for now while
neighbors consider hiring an independent arborist to provide a second opinion. and nasa rover making its way across mars has many discoveries and points to the possibility of life on the red planet. >> reporter: nasa knows when it says it has an announcement about mars everyone will have the same question. >> what we are not announcing today is the detection of life. >> no little green men roaming the red planet. >> what they have found is pretty exciting. it is more evidence that life could have existed on the planet or may still be there. it is based on with the curiosity rover discovered in an ancient lakebed. the rover drilled into rock and found different types of organic molecules. >> organic material is associated with life on earth. everything we know on earth
associated with biology is composed of organic molecules. >> reporter: the rover confirmed seasonal increases in methane gas. on earth, methane comes mostly from human, animal and plant life, none of which has been found on mars. >> there is a mystery as to why it is there and where it is from. that is what future missions will have to figure out. >> it could be a sign of life. >> reporter: the rover found hints of other organic materials in the same lakebed. while all of these findings could mean there is life on the planet, there could be other explanations. >> it could come from media rights falling onto the planet. it could come from the rocks themselves. >> reporter: for now, the only real martians are in the movies. chris vancleave, cbs news, maryland. >> it will be cool in 50 years when humans walk right by the
mars rover. >> we have clear skies over san francisco right now. this is a beautiful view of twin peaks. 55 in the san francisco. san jose tonight, 53. it has been a chilly stretch of whether. 20 of the past 26 days have been near or below average. only six days in the past month have been above average. the next couple of days will not be above average. the hot air balloon classic this weekend in windsor will be sunny. you should be 81 or 82. the haight-ashbury street fair, mid 60s. we are staying on the cool side of average. the ocean breeze is not going away. it will be a little warmer
tomorrow because of this ridge of high pressure but then this low-pressure area comes down from the gulf of alaska firing up a stronger onshore flow. a couple of us may be above average but that is it. futurecast tomorrow, minimal cloud cover in the morning. the afternoon will be mostly sunny. watch the rush of cloud cover coming in. tomorrow, the closest to average we have been in a while. san francisco, 66. the ocean breeze will keep you in the 60s in san mateo. san ramon, only 74. san rafael, 74. sonoma, 80. one of the warmer spots would be cloverdale at 82. it will not be called this weekend but it will not be warm -- cold this weekend but it will not be warm.
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close out game...just like last year... ...different outcome the nba championship up top all day all night. the warriors up 3-0 on the eve of a closeout game. >> we are not worried about it. it is a one-game series right now. >> the cavs are about to go to slaughter. three games have shown they don't have what it takes. >> we played them well. we've just got to play a little bit better. >> the a divisive -- the optimism is there. >> no team has ever won after being three games down. >> i don't want to get into the history stuff. >> we know we can be this team. we just have to have the
confidence to do it. i like our chances. >> we were here last year with a 3-0 lead and we kind of laid it down. >> it is natural to be on a high. that is the feeling you have to fight. you've got to fight the feeling like you already won. >> as the sun sets on the cleveland cavaliers, so does lebron's career here in cleveland because few likely believe he will return. that means a likely end to an unprecedented fourth straight final appearance between these two teams. in cleveland, dennis o'donnell, kpix 5. >> now to vegas as the nhl vegas golden knights try to stay alive. a closeout opportunity for the washington caps.
devante smith-pelly scores and tied the game. laura seller behind the goal scored the game-winner. washington won 4-3 to win the series. it is the franchise's first stanley cup. >> the a's hosted the royals. matt chapman doubled off the wall. the a's won, 4-1. >> the giants were off today. they will be back at it tomorrow. we will be right back.
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