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now at 6:00 the feds come down on elon musk suing him over those tweets about taking tesla private. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm allen martin. the sec wants to make sure that tesla's ceo elon musk never runs a public again. julie watts with the mounting pressure on musk, but first we hear from kiet do in front monte at the tesla factory. >> reporter: the wall street journal is reporting that the s.e.c. investigators were in negotiations with musk and his legal team over some kind of settlement over charges that would ultimately lead to musk leaving the company but this morning he said the deal was off and that they were fighting the charges so here we are. >> neither celebrity status nor a reputation as a technological
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innovator provide an exemption from federal securities laws. >> reporter: here is what the s.e.c. says was false and misleading. am considering taking tesla private at $420, funding secured. the sec says that tweet caused so much market confusion and turmoil that the nasdaq had to stop trading for 90 minutes. tesla's stock price shot up 6% as everyone from shareholders to journal i was were trying to figure out whether or not he was joking. >> we along that musk's staples were false and misleading because they lacked any basis in fact. at the time he made the statements musk had not secured funding. to the contrary, we along that he had not even discussed key deal terms including price with any potential source of funding. >> reporter: as for the go private share price of 420? >> we along that musk had arrived at the price of 420 by assuming a 0% premium of what tesla's then existing share price, and then rounding up to $420 because of the
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significance of that number in marijuana culture and his belief that his girlfriend would be amused by it. >> i thought that tweet wons usual and probably not a good idea. we don't expect to get our formal communications from the leaders of companies through twitter. >> reporter: she is an ethics expert. with the s.e.c. now seek an injunction to block elon musk from becoming a director or executive of any other company, she says they're sending a strong message. >> there's an attempt to reset a standard of behavior and a norm that we have seen previously but maybe has been eroded by ceos using social media. >> reporter: so the big question, will he will long music stay on as ceo. the s.e.c. says of course he can while the case is being adjudicated. whether or not he will subpoena to the board of directors. >> think this statement from musk. this unjustified action by the
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s.e.c. leaves me deeply saddened. integrity is the most important value in my life and the facts will show i never compromised in this any way. in other news, tesla's stock took a dive slump is as much as 13%. the federal lawsuit comes after a months of erratic behavior from musk. kpix 5's julie watts with a look at moments that have rattled both tesla and wall street. >> it has been a rough year for elon musk. the announcement is just the latest in a long line of unfortunate headlines that reportedly have investors worried as well as musk's family and friends. >> it's tobacco and a marijuana there. >> reporter: when elon musk smoked pot on a podcast this month he noted it is legal. >> alcohol is a drug. it's been grandfatherein. rrtedlychoked up talking about exhaustion and
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a concern from friends. that was shortly after the now notorious tweet about taking tesla private. notably he priced the stock at 420, a number associated with pot. before that he lashed out as a -- at a rescue diver unthailand calling him a ped 0 fill after he criticized the mini submarine musk designed. oh, and there were the flame throwers. the s.e.c. announcement follows a series of telling interviews sparking concerns about musk's judgment. >> i actually stepped literally on the floor. >> reporter: months before that interview misk showed gayle king where he often sleeps while working 120 hours a week. >> he's not in the position to be giving one-on-one interviews with the media. he should probably be listening much more closely to his internal public relations advisers who i'm sure are
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advising him not to be doing the things that he's doing. >> reporter: but many are quick to defend his eccentric behavior, a symptom some say of the genius behind some of the most prolific companies of our time, tesla, and paypal just to name a few. >> he's been highly successful but that doesn't mean that the same rules don't apply to him. he's breaking the bounds of the expectations of what the public believes a ceo should do and how they ought to act. >> we just checked and musk has not tweeted anything since september 25th. singer notes avoiding interviews is probably the best thing he can do. breaking news from washington within the last hour. senate republicans have scheduled a vote on brett kavanaugh for the supreme court. the vote in the judiciary committee would set the stage for a full senate vote later. it comes after a dramatic day
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of testimony from palo alto's christine blasey ford. >> melissa king has the fiery questions from california senators. >> that's right, our california senators both on the committee. dianne feinstein was at the center of the hearing as the person who knew about the allegations first the way she handled that information came up again and again and again. >> well, somebody leaked it, if it wasn't you. >> well, it was -- i'm telling you, it was not -- i did not. i mean, i was asked to couldn't confidential. and i'm criticized for that, too. >> senator feinstein fought off allegations that she leaked a letter from professor blasey ford outlining her allegations and also that feinstein kept the lettary secret for too long. >> only at an 11th hour on the eve of judge kavanaugh's confirmation vote did the ranking member refer the allegations to the fbi. >> i was given some information by a woman who was very much
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afraid, who asked that it be held confidential. and i held it confidential until she decided that she would come forward. >> reporter: senator feinstein asked professor ford how she could be sure that the person would assaulted her was actually brett kavanaugh. >> so what you are telling us is this could not be a case of mistaken identity. >> absolutely not. >> i want to thank you. i want to thank you for your courage and i want to tell you i believe you. i believe you. >> senator harris used her time with ford to call for an fbi investigation and to thank the professor. >> you have been a true patriot in fighting for the best of who we are as a country. i believe you are doing that because you love this country and i believe history will show that you are a true pro final in courage at this moment in time in the history of our country, and i thank you. >> reporter: later, after giving an emotional opening statement, judge kavanaugh gave a forceful reply to a question by senator feinstein. >> if you are very confident of
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your position, and you appear to be, why aren't you also asking the fbi to investigate these claims? >> senator, i'll do whatever the committee wants. i wanted a hearing the day after the allegation came up. i wanted to be here that day. instead, 10 days passed where all this nonsense is coming out, you know, that i'm in gangs, i'm on boats in rhode island, i'm in colorado, i'm sighted all over the place, and these things printed and run breathlessly by cable news. i wanted a hearing the next day. my family's been destroyed by this senator. destroyed. >> senator harris also tried to get kavanaugh to call for an fbi investigation. >> so are you willing to ask the white house to do that? and say yes or no, then we can move on. >> i eve had six background investigations over 26 years. >> sir, as it relates to the recent allegations are you
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willing to have them do it? >> the witness testimony is before you. no witness who was there supports that i was there. >> i'm going to take that as a no, and we can move on. >> now, two people that we did not hear much about today are the women who came forward after a ford. that's deborah ramirez and julie swetnick. maybe because the senators only had five minutes each to ask questions, or maybe they want separate hearings but we are no closer now to answers about those allegations after today. >> very emotional on both sides. reaction from leading republicans. >> everyone was looking to see if president trump was going to continue to support his nominee after the hearing today. he left himself a little wiggle room and tweeted saying judge kavanaugh showed america exactly why i nominated him. so it seems like he's still got the president's support. of course, as we said the senate judiciary committee still scheduled to vote tomorrow on the nomination. it seems republican leaders are going to press ahead regardless of how it may turn out given
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today's hearing. >> we will be glued to that. >> absolutely. as the hearing played out unwashington bay area supporters of christine blasey ford turned out for rallies in oakland and palo alto. a young woman said she understands why ford waited so long to speak up. >> i know people who have gone through cases that happened their freshman year and upon graduating from undergraduate school are not sure if the really is what they think it is or if they should ever tell anyone. >> today the mayor of palo alto, ford's hometown, was among those who stopped to watch her testimony this morning. ahead at 6:30 a live report from capitol hill where senate republicans say they will move forward with a committee vote on brett kavanaugh's nomination to the supreme court. it's the law. if you're in prison and a vegan, you are going to get that plant-based meal. we asked what's the cost to taxpayers? more arrests after a string
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of apple store smash-and-grabs. still ahead the psychology of trauma victims. how some memories just cannot be forgotten.
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inmates will be allowed to request vegan meals. a new california law is changing the menu at state prisons. inmates will be allowed to request vegan meals. kpix 5's sus' styles will soon be -- susie styles will soon be allowed to request those.
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>> reporter: that's right, alan, the bill describes the option of being able to eat vegan as a basic human right. there's a lot of talk about this being an ethical decision for inmates, and it's a decision that california lawmakers unanimously support. california is setting a new bar when it comes to what inmates eat. prisoners can now request to eat a plant-based diet, making our state the first in the nation to offer inmates an all- vegan menu. >> we really want people to be able to have the meal option of their religious, ethical, or environmental choice or health choice, and we want to make sure that our facilities honor. that. >> reporter: state senator nancy skinner sponsored the bill that was signed this week. it's not just inmates. the bill requires vegan options at all residential facilities from nursing homes to hospitals. she said inmates were writing her office saying that eating
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vegan meant scraps only. >> maybe you were left to eating only a piece of bread or white rice. >> reporter: there are nearly 127,000 inmates housed at 35 prisons statewide. each facility is current required to offer a vegetarian or a religious meal. the standard meal and vegetarian meal costs $3 per person per day. the religious meal costs the state $8 per person per day. the bill requires the vegan meal must be cost neutral. the bill faced no opposition. >> i was very impressed with how much unanimous support on both sides of the aisle, including it being a bill -- sb- 1138 being on the consent calendar in some cases. >> reporter: now it is up to the department of corrections in sacramento to come up with this full vegan menu that will be man dated going into effect in june. live in san rafael, kpix 5.
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>> governor brown has vetoed a bill that would have kept federal i.c.e. agents out of state court houses. the bill came in response to president trump's crackdown. it would have kept immigration authorities from making arrests inside courthouses. i.c.e. authorities argue it is safer to take suspects into custody in those courthouses. brown says he supports the intent of the bill but worried about unintended consequences. in vallejo pepper spray was released inside a walgreens. chopper 5 was over the store on springs road. this happened just after 4:00. 18 people are being treated. it's not clear if people will need to be taken to the hospital. vallejo police are still investigating. high-profile robberies across the bay area, millions in stolen apple merchandise. this evening we're learning of even more arrests. kpix has new information tonight. >> reporter: that's right, the
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latest theft happened at this emeryville apple store on tuesday. police believe this theft and the other thefts up and down the state are connected. they believe the latest arrests should dismantle this organized crime ring. detectives say 17 suspects targeted apple stores in 19 counties from as far south as san diego, and as far north as butte. police say they also hit up all the bay area apple stores. investigators say the thefts totaled more than $1 million. >> we're going to see a pretty substantial, hopefully, reduction in these crimes across the state. >> reporter: police say their latest theft was them reiville apple store on tuesday. investigators say they ran off with about $60,000 worth of devices. oakland police officers arrested them shortly after. ten suspects appeared in an oaklcoits issued arrest warrants for suspects who are still on the run.
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>> you have an interrupted factor, so there will definitely be an interruption for at least awhile. >> i wouldn't be surprised if they start up again. >> reporter: former oakland police chief howard jordan says if apple doesn't change its security policy the thefts will likely continue. one security officer tells me they're instruct by apple not to stop the thieves. this photo from a recent bay area theft shows the guard just standing there. >> some of them may be copy cats because they watch tv, they talk to each other, or seen what's going on and saw how easy it was and how lucrative it could be. >> reporter: the department of justice says those 10 defendants in court this afternoon will be back in court in oakland tomorrow morning. live in emeryville, i'm dah len. >> paul's here. man, what a difference in temperatures. >> it is. a summer-like temperature spread continues. still respectable considering
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it's almost october. the hot spot in livermore, 82. the cool spot, you probably guessed it, the coastline. san francisco at sick. san rafael 78, san jose 75. check the radar, because later in to seven-day forecast, there will likely be rainfall moving through. the wind of change is moving in clearing out our air quality. it was unhealthy, then it went moderate. so better air quality as the temperature drops and we recapture more of that ocean influence. as to why that's happening, a big broad area of low pressure due west of san francisco. the ridge is gone. the offshore wind is also gone, replaced by a southwest flow of air. that's a summertime pat earn. it will be with us for the next couple of days, at least when it comes to temperatures because we will have that breeze keeping them down. fog and drizzle overnight. lows haven't moved much. temperatures anywhere from 60 to 90 during the day. overnight lows mid-50s, exactly where they should be.
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fremont 5 4, and pacifica 53 degrees. we continue to cal down tomorrow. we cool down up to 10 degrees today. we will subtract another 10 degrees tomorrow. notice -- forget about 90s. no 80s out there tomorrow. san jose 74. fairfield not hitting 80 degrees. napa 73. oakland 66. san francisco 6 2. we go cloudier and we stay cooler than average. next week there's a chance of some scattered showers on monday and tuesday as highs will not reach 80 degrees after tomorrow all the way until next wednesday. so it will feel like fall for the first couple of days of october next week. back to you. >> thanks, paul. still ahead, some incredible video. a man jumps to the rescue to save a family from their burning car. jew want to sign credible? tonight's catch of the day. think includes crustacean sensation. and one of the nfl's most
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nfl circles wondered why former 49er safety eric reid was not signed by another team for the entire off season many in nfl circles wonder why eric reid was not signed by another team and many speculated it was because he took a knee alongside colin kaepernick. today the panthers took reid off the unemployment line. in may reid filed a grievance against the nfl alleging owners colluded to keep him out of the league. the panthers had a need at safety and decided to sign the former pro bowler. sports illustrated reported the 49ers made a very sincere attempt at bringing reid back but ultimately reid chose a change of scenery. one 49er put it in perspective today. >> kind of late. it's too little, too late for it to be a landmark now. if somebody had signed him in march and gave him the deal he deserved, sure that would have
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been incredible. but i think at this point it's not a landmark of any kind. >> richard sherman won't be on the field sunday against the chargers. he is battling a calf strain he sirched kansas city. don't even begin to think that it might be related to his achilles injury. you're a bad journalist if you do. >> it just makes it an a easy store for you guys. it makes for lazy reporting. but, no, it's just me not playing in months. >> lazy reporting? that's fighting words. baker mayfield will make his first nfl start against the raiders. he got his first taste last week and routed the browns to their first win since 2016. now part of that comeback was the two-point conversion he executed on a trick play where mayfield caught a pass in the end zone. the play looked very similar to the eagles' play, phillies special in the super bowl. head coach hue jackson said it was an original idea. >> we didn't steal from the
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them. please, i know everybody wants to think. that we've had that in our back pocket for awhile. go check my tricks from before and go check todd's tricks. we've all got them. it's just when you pull them out and use them. >> that "todd" is the offensive coordinator, todd haley. his take on the origin of the play is a little different. >> two-point conversion something you took from philly, or did you have that for years? >> absolutely, i have no shame. >> everybody copies everybody, right? the a's are off today but they were likely checking their phones this morning while the yankees and rays were playing each other. at stake, the location of next week's wild card game. the rays in the tank probably have more sting than the rays on the field today. 10-0 new york, 6th inning, stanton, almost a laser. two home runs for stanton. yankees win 12-1. they take a
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two-game lead over the a's with three to play for the top wild card. >> a's probably won't be able to catch the yankees. maybe they should try catching lobsters. >> good night! >> that is a huge fish! >> i couldn't believe this. this is dave edlin, nine-pound lobster off marina del rey. he calls himself mccovey cove dave. he was a fixture in his kayak there. he told me the state record is 16 pounds, somewhere around there. i don't believe it. you think he could do better? send us your fishing pictures to catch of the day at kpix.com. i've never seen a lobster that big. >> it's going to feed a lot of people. >> cost you $200 if you bought that. >> especially full ear picking up the tab. >> which it never happens. >> never happens. >> fat chance. >> no kidding. coming up next we are live from washington, d.c. where senators are pushing for a vote tomorrow.
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where tonight senators are and our top story at 6:30 this live look at the u.s. capitol where tonight senators are weighing dramatic testimony from the brett kavanaugh hearing. the judiciary committee will vote tomorrow morning on his nomination to the supreme court. >> professor christine blasey ford of palo alto told senators she was sexually assaulted in 1982 and she is sure that brett kavanaugh did it. kavanaugh testified later in the day, giving an emphatic denial. in his opening statement it was clear kavanaugh was out to clear his name. >> cbs reporter nicole kilian joins us from capitol hill tonight. nicole. >> reporter: well, alan, that testimony lasted for nearly nine hours in what was an emotional day from all sides. >> do you affirm that the testimony you are about to give before the committee will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help you god? >> i do. >> reporter: dr. christine
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blasey ford recalled what she said happened at a gathering decades ago with brett kavanaugh when both were teenagers. >> i was pushed on which is to the bed and brett got on top of me. he began rung his hands over my body and grinding into me. i tried to yell for help. when i did, brett put his hand over my mouth to stop me from yelling. >> reporter: all of those charges were denied repeatedly by kavanaugh. >> have you ever been alone in a room with c ford or mark judge? >> no. >> have you ever ground or rubbed your genitals against dr. ford? >> no. >> have you ever covered dr. ford's mouth with your hand? >> no. >> the two witnesses also gave varying responses when questioned repeatedly over the need for an fbi background investigation. >> i would be happy to cooperate with the fbi, yes. >> i'm innocent of this charge. >> you're prepared for an fbi investigation? >> they don't reach conclusions. you reach the conclusion. >> the atmosphere during the testimony was calm and subdued with an outside prosecutor asking her questions on behalf
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of republicans, but the afternoon session with kavanaugh took on a completely different tone. >> this confirmation process has become a national disgrace. this is the most unethical sham since eve but in politics. >> hearing adjourned. >> president trump tweeted at the end of the hearing that kavanaugh's testimony was powerful and urged the senate to vote for him. >> reporter: and late this evening republican senators met to discuss the hearing and say they will move forward with a vote in the senate judiciary committee tomorrow morning. alan. >> and you mentioned that, nicole so any word on a specific senator or senators who are ready to make up their mind and vote? >> reporter: we do know senator bob corker of tennessee came out saying while did he think it was very courageous of dr. blasey ford to come out and give her story he also feels that judge kavanaugh is qualified to serve. we also heard from a number of
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other republicans who emerged from that meeting this evening saying that they believe that they have enough votes. that being said, there are still some undecided republicans out there. i also spoke to some democrats asking them what they might do if anything as of now it doesn't appear they have any type of coordinated strategy at this point. back to you. >> we'll see tomorrow. nicole kilian in washington, thanks so much. president trump tweeted a strong defense of kavanaugh after today's hearing saying judge kavanaugh showed america exactly why i nominated him. democrats search and destroy strategy is disgraceful and this process has been a total sham and effort to delay, obstruct, and resist. republican allies of at the prenas well as white house aids say was encouraged by kavanaugh's performance. >> dr. ford's emotional testimony on capitol hill now sparking conversation about the credibility of memories from traumatic events. kpix 5's john ramos has more.
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>> what is the strongest memory you have, the strongest memory of the incident, something that you cannot forget? >> reporter: when christine blasey ford was asked that question today it wept directly to an a issue that a lot of people are wondering about. just how reliable is the memory of someone who has been traumatized? >> i can't even remember stuff that happened when i was 15. >> reporter: but at a domestic violence agency in contra costa county those who deal with sexual assault victims say they may not remember every detail, but they are not like toll ever forget that it happened. >> in general, when people experience trauma, they store them a certain way, and those memories stay fixed. that's part of clinical work. >> the way that trauma impacts us is it turns off certain parts of our brain and capacity and amplifies other parts. >> reporter: traumatic memories are flagged in a part of the
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brain that stores emotions, and not facts. >> i don't remember as much as i would like to but the details about that night that bring me here today are the ones i will never forget. they have been seared into my memory. >> reporter: the counselors say many women stay silent about rape because the humiliation of it is actually more painful than the physical violation, so they were not surprised when dr. ford answered the question about her strongest memory of the assault. >> the laughter, the uproarious laughter between the two and their having fun at my expense. >> reporter: in concord, john ramos, kpix 5. >> we continue to monitor developments out of washington. republican senators now say the judiciary committee will vote tomorrow on the kavanaugh nomination. and the full senate would take it up in the coming days. so far it's not clear if there
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are enough yes votes in the closely divided chamber. well, new hope for hope village. the homeless get a chance at a more stable living location. but for how long? and still ahead, anyone missing a a chameleon? the bright colored feature found on the peninsula.
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san jose moved into a new spot. kpix 5's jackie ward shows us: they hope, this time, they'll be there for the long haul. today a homeless camp in san jose moved to a new spot. they hope this time they will be there for the long haul.
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>> reporter: it took a few moves and a lot of negotiating between the county of santa clara and the city of san jose but finally hope village has an address. for the third time in a matter of weeks hope village is moving. >> a lot of it needs more work. we have confidence that the board of supervisors will help get that done. so it's good. a little hectic today. >> reporter: this time it's moving in, not out, and people will official be able to stay here the next six months thanks to a deal santa clara county struck with the city of san jose. >> they've always been san jose residents or santa clara county residents but this time they have a address that comes with a whole bunch of services. >> reporter: the supervisor says services like doctor visit, mental healthcare and addiction help will all be village. he claims this is cheaper for the taxpayers than how they pay for the epidemic now. >> one day they're in the jail system, the next day the mental health system, the next day
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back in a creek bed. that costs us about $85,000 a year. here we can a administer the same services without having to chase them around and it costs us about $35,000 a year. >> reporter: he says this is a temporary fix that will help 14 to 30 people at a time. ideally he would like to only spend 16 to 90 days here. >> keep the encampment open for people in worse circumstances but you have to transition people from these kind of facilities to permanent supportive housing. >> reporter: santa clara county supervisors say they are still searching for a more permanent solution. >> hope village leaders say there are already 20 people living on their new lot. their intention is not to displace them but instead co habitat with anymore the same space. there's a chain-link fence in between the two encampments. >> countries of families will have to pawning and move out of their homes in the east bay. tenants living at the park side gardens have until the end of
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october to leave. the building's new owners plan to do some city required renovations on that property. they will also be putting in a new pool and building a park. twoness repairs are complete, residents will be allowed to move back, but will likely face higher rents. >> it's almost easier for me to move across the state than to stay in california. what's even worse is my daughter is sitting there searching on her phone for a place for us to live. that's not something a 12-year- old should have to worry about. >> the owners say they will be offering towppedz 3,000 to help families with the move and have given them the option to move into a sister apartment complex. well, up next, the man hailed a hersavi a family from their burning car. the nation's 11th busiest airport, sfo, getting foggy. it is going to be foggy for a good chunk of the bay area tonight. coming up, how long this brisk weather along the water
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continues. speaking of water, when's the last time you had to use your windshield wipers? i'll have some rain coming up.
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the he a fire scare in the north bay after a helicopter cut power lines in calistoga. the helicopter was brought in to inspect the power lines but accidentally cut through them in the process. the incident ignited a brushfire that crews mopping up right now. the chopper landed safely with no injuries to any of the three people on board but 4500 customers are still without power. some intense moments caught on camera showing a stranger rescuing a family from a burning car just seconds before it was engulfed. it happened last night in sacramento. the good samaritan is speaking out. >> reporter: it happened here on i-80 in madison and sacramento. the woman in the driver's seat with two grandchildren in the back when the driver next to her says he noticed flames shooting out from underneath her car and knew he needed to do something. >> flames are coming out both
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sides. >> reporter: kenneth said he had no choice but to force that car off the road. >> got my car real close to her car. >> reporter: he said the driver had no idea her car was on fire. >> when we went up to the window, she yesterday, did you pull me over? i said, because your car is on fire. she said, oh my god, my babies. >> reporter: he didn't think twice before opening the rear door. >> there's a three-year-old and five-year-old in car seats in the back of the car so we started scrambling. >> reporter: his wife diane on the phone with 911 with seconds to spare. >> it was like, we've got to get her out of here. >> we had a job to do, get the kids out. >> reporter: the car did burst into flames but grandmother and children got out uninjured. >> i got to hold the baby, okay, and carry it back. boy, it hit me hard. >> reporter: still, the knoxs had one more thing to do before
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leaving. they went to the back of their car, removed their grandchild's car seat and handed it to the woman who just lost both of hers. >> this poor woman is sitting there shaking hiss tear cal, and just get one more thing off her mind. >> reporter: a good deed reminding them what life really is about. >> we got in the car after we gave her the car seat, she started crying because of that, we just sit and hugged each other for a minute. >> reporter: chp says this story should serve as a warning. if you are driving and smell smoke, pull over, just to be safe. >> the cause of the car fire still under investigation. someone may be missing an unusual pet on the peninsula. a ward way chameleon turned up on hillsborough boulevard. a resident alerted police who picked up the creature and brought it to the peninsula humane society. authorities want to hear from anyone who knows where the animal belongs. >> does he be league in ca
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insurance commercial? oh, no, that's -- >> you can save 15%, though. >> cute guy. >> take a look at this time- lapse video from our sales force camera. it's so neat to see the boats zinc around. it was a pretty day, paul, but i'm kind of waiting for summer to arrive in the city. >> did you notice the one sailboat went turned bay bridge like three different times? >> not as it sped up. it wasn't that windy but it was breezy. a beautiful day but many of you may be wondering you're watching us in pacifica, this is the time of year where typically you get warm. you really haven't. it is 57 degrees in san francisco off a high of 60. we've add summertime temperature spread, 80 in concord, we've cooled down considerably despite the clear sky. the live picture behind the weather information is san jose where it's down to 69 degrees but fog-free. speaking of the lack of warmth
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in san frances coat's the third coldest september since 1975. typically you hear record warm this, record warm that. and that's there but specifically for the bay area this summer it has not been there. if anything the opposite. the third coldest over the past 40 years this september. it's been chilly. san francisco tonight 55, san jose 56. the pacific coast fog fest, they typically have it this month. the forecast for this weekend in pacifica, fog. low cloud cover and chilly, 59 degrees this weekend at the coast. we have an onshore flow which is back. the ridge of high pressure which did warm you up and give you an offshore flow but only inland that has moved out. you can follow the clouds and see the counterclockwise ow a tiagat cclkwe flow the low here is feeding in an onshore flow, so everybody will see temperatures fall over the next couple of days.
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we're cloudy tomorrow morning even with the sunshine. 10 degrees cooler tomorrow. watch saturday. low cloud cover goes all the way into the central valley, well beyond even fairfield and vac couldville. watch the -- fairfield and a vacaville -- fairfield and vacaville. a widespread shower chance monday into tuesday. lots of fog and low cloud cover tonight. 10 degrees keeler tomorrow with that first widespread rain chance since april likely coming up early next week. we're below average everywhere including concord. 73 for santa clara. 70 union city with morning clouds. 73 in danville, 78 in pittsburg, 67 for alameda and a high of 80 in clover dale. much cooler over the weekend with scattered showers moving
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in, continued cool next monday and tuesday. that is your kpix forecast. we'll be right back.
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makes her return to cbs.. 20 years after the show went on the air. and it's promising to "make some noise." nis talked wit murphy brown makes her return to cbs 20 years after the show went on the air. it's promising to make some
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noise. >> reporter alex dennis talked with the show's lead characters who are ready. >> reporter: murphy brown, played by candace bear gerntion didn't shy -- candice bergen, didn't shy away from tough topics. >> women in this country have a choice, at least i think they do. >> reporter: the current day revival takes brown into a world of 24-hour news. >> i didn't know what to do with myself, then we had an election. >> reporter: the roles are reprised in murphy in the morning. >> it doesn't get any better than working with these guys. >> reporter: there's a few new faces. jake plays brown's son, grown up and working for a competitor's station. the washington water hole, filled bar. it's now phyllis' run by tyne
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daley. crews worked meticulously to make the set as identical as possible. the cast invited us to their 70. inside stage k. open the door and find brown's townhome virtually untouched. >> when you stepped back out on the set for the first time for the live studio awed a yens was it emotional? >> very. when we first saw the town house set finished, we burst into tears. >> reporter: as far as recreating the same chemistry, just listen to the first table read. >> bang. the same laugh, the same gestures. it was a join. >> reporter: six original show writers returned including the show's creator, diane english. >> i think it's important to see somebody murphy's age doing her job and doing it really well. >> reporter: and with current events as the subject -- >> is i always hope that they won't take it for real, but they did back then. >> reporter: she recalled then
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vice president dan quayle speak. >> do you think people will respond? >> we'll just see, won't we. >> reporter: either way, berks r gerkz n the actress and brown the journalist will take it head on. >> the show is very fearless in where it goes. we'll see. we may pay for that, but -- >> with more on that vp visit, the original murphy brown series set off that firestorm when vice president dan quayle came to san francisco and criticized the fictional cat, aer. >> mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child alone and calling it just another lifestyle choice. >> the reboot kicks off tonight at 9:30 on channel 5 followed by swat at 10:00, then at 11:00 hear how the bay area reacted to vice president quayle's speech 26 years ago. >> should be good stuff. enjoy. for the latest, kpix.com. >> join us for night beat at 10:00, then right back here at
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11:00. >> foggy. good night.
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: that's good. thank you all. how you doing? i appreciate you, folks. thank you all. i appreciate that. thank you all. yeah, i do. thank you, folks. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. [cheering and applause] we got a good one for you today. from weddington, north carolina-- [long family cheering loudly] steve: heh heh! it's the long family. and from west covina, california, it's the chavez family. everybody's here trying to win theyself some cash, and somebody, somebody got a shot of driving outta here in a brand-new car.
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[cheering and applause] well, let's go meet our families. it's the long family. [long family cheering] steve: mike, how you doing, man? mike: doing good, steve. how you doing? steve: good, good. where you all from, now? mike: we're outside of charlotte, out in the country a little bit. steve: yeah. what's it called? mike: weddington, north carolina. steve: yeah, i'm country, too. i like country people. casey: yeah! whoo! whoo! steve: i get right on--i get right on up in there with you all. mike: that's right. steve: yeah. what you do for a living, mike? mike: i own the roughest and toughest brawl. we travel all over the carolinas and recruit guys to fight in a big tournament, see who's the toughest in their town. casey: yeah! whoo! catherine: whoo! whoo! whoo! [applause] steve: what? mike: ha ha ha ha! steve: now, this ain't ufc? mike: no. steve: this just brawl? mike: it's like the rednecks' passage to manhood. steve: yeah. come on. travel from town to town... mike: yes, sir. steve:ou

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