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tom baker is live near the screen of the crash where the three teens were remembered. tom. >> reporter: well , this is the very scene of where this happened last tuesday. a deadly street racing crash and tonight 100 people, family, friends and others held a memorial service earlier. >> our father who is in heaven, hollow be thy name. >> we're here to let the families know that we're here and this is a sad time and they have encouragement with us and just to lift them up in this hard time. >> ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> the two 15-year-olds and an 18-year-old died when the honda they were in struck a utility
pole as they raced with what police believe was an accra that has fled and not yet located. we're told a fourth occupant of the honda remains hospitalized with major injuries. tonight was a call to remember what was and to appreciate family. >> ♪ was blind but now i see ♪ >> don't let your son or daughter walk out the door without hugging them or loving ing them because tomorrow is not promised to anybody. we're all on promised time. >> he was a good kid. he always made us not try to steal or anything. he would be like don't go steal this, don't go do that. >> we would be talking about doing hot stuff that's dangerous and he would be like be cool or chill out. >> we're going to put a bag out here for anybody that wants to give a donation. >> it was also a call to help the families raise the needed money to help bury the victims. >> we're trying to raise money for the funeral. it's $5,000.
any donations will help . >> [singing] >> reporter: last year just a block away from this crash site another street racing accident claimed the life of an east santa clara street incident and another was injured on hillsdale. ktvu, fox 2 news >> we're seeing the tragic consequences of that. thank you. heavy showers triggered flash flooding and rock slides. we want to show you video that was shot this evening near the rocky fire area just after a downpour. you can see the rocks and debris that covered highway 128. this area was badly damaged by the rocky fire that burned close to 70,000 acres. fire damaged land is more prone to slides because there's no vegetation left to hold the
rocks and the debris in place. as the rain cleared a double rainbow emerged over the area. this is an rainbow just outside plasterville. we'll get you the picture when we can get it. now you're able to see it there. it was a little bit of magic for this young 49ers fan. she had the rainbow in the palm of her hand. a nice early birthday present as she'll turn 11 this week. >> another look at that double rainbow still out there. great pictures there. now let's check in with meteorologist mark demeyer to find out more about our weather situation. i missed the rainbow so i was glad some people were able to catch them. >> most of the bay area had a nice day with some sun out there. this was the case for going back in time, the radar
this afternoon between 3:00 and 6:00. that's a heavy rain band pushing across the region. you get the flow from the north to the south. around the rag fire burn area rainfall estimates over an inch of rain and actually observed rainfall at vacaville at.78. a strong thunderstorm pushed across the region. on the satellite and radar right now you can see basically we just have some clouds out there with partly to mostly cloudy skies, low clouds and fog on the increase. there's a slight chance of a left-over shower in the forecast for tonight. talking bing -- talking about a warming trend. firefighters remain at the scene of a two-alarm fire in
alameda. firefighters with alexander and oakland were able to battle the flames. they were extinguished around 7:20. no injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation. tomorrow marks the 24th anniversary of the 1990 oakland hills fire storm. it killed 25 people and injured 150 others and damaged dozens of homes. they with commemorate the tragedy near the oakland side of the town. mayor shaft will be joined by oakland's fire chief and east bay retail parks fire chief to talk about fire prevention measures taken since that devastated fire storm. the event starts just after noon. a 71-year-old woman was arrested for the deadly shooting of another elderly woman. deputies say they responded to
reports of a domestic disturbance at a home on garrison avenue near 3rd street. when they arrived they found a 69-year-old woman suffering from a gunshot wound. she died at the scene. the shooting came as a big surprise to people who live there. >> it's unusual for around here. there's nothing really happening around here. it's pretty quiet. >> it spriedzs me a lot. -- it surprises me a lot. i didn't know there was problems at all. i'm totally surprise ed d this happened. >> she said a husband and wife lived there and were always very quiet and pleasant. it's not clear if the husband was home at the time. the suspect is linda june thomas from the state of washington. six people are recovering from stab wounds after a teenager attacked a group of people at a party at the town hall in madison. that's about 11 miles west of woodland. police say this happened when a man who was not invited to the
event stormed the building. witnesses say he attacked anyone who got in his way. a band member was injured when he tried to stop him. >> people actually laying down here in front stabbed laying on cars with wounds. about six, seven people got stabbed. a lot of ambulances here, a hept and sheriff. >> investigators did arrest a person close to the venue and they believe that person is the one responsible. a car plunged into the water killing one person and leaving another in critical condition. now police are trying to figure out what caused that driver to end up in the ocean. christian captain explains where the investigation stands right now. >> divers spent part of the day scouring the water where a car went in saturday night. witnesses who were on scene last night returned today trying to learn the fate of the men inside that car. >> it's a tragedy and we're just here visiting. to see something like that and to -- my
daughter is asking, i hope they're okay. >> today fire crews were not releasing the names of the men in the car but confirmed that one man died. rescuers managed to bring one man out with a heart beat. >> we had both victims out within 28 minutes of dispatch. >> the white cadillac in question never slowed as it came down and popped over this small curb and punched into this fence before teetering and going into the water. >> it didn't seem like the wrong pedal an then -- and then off the warf. >> steven backseat xter tweeted out -- steven baxter tweeted out photos last night. rescuers began diving into the water almost immediately. it took a half dozen rescuers to locate the car in 25 feet of water to bring the two men to the surface. >> it was remarkable
considering they did it with no scuba tanks. they were going 25 feet down, searching, coming back up and taking air and going back down . >> blood samples from the two occupants were gathered to determine if either men were intoxicated. crews recovered the white cadillac to see if it was working properly. thousands of cal state workers are set to vote tomorrow whether to authorize a strike for stalled contract negotiations. members on 23 campuses are expected to take part of the vote. the main sticking point has been about pay. the union wants at least a 5% raise for all members, the university is offering 2%. that is the same increase it says that all other csu employees received. it was moving day for a
little while house in the shadow of children's hospital in oakland. the hospital has owned the house at martin luther king junior way and gave it away for free to make room for the building of a new out patient season. david stone was the lucky recipient. he said the hospital probably picked him because he had a vacant lot for the house across the street. >> i think when you're moving a house the main thing is where you want to move it to and you don't want to move it far. that worked out well for us >> the hospital is giving stone $20,000 in moving expenses. he said he has to bring that house up to code and then he will rent it out. more than a decade ago police are reaching out to the public to help solve a cold case. >> dozens of cars still buried in mud in southern california. the latest on clean up efforts as crews work to clear roadway ins the effected areas.
treasure island this afternoon. san francisco firefighters, along with the coast guard, they would help to pull that body from their water and the cause of death is under investigation. at least two people are dead and thousands are homeless in the philippines after the typhoon tore through the northeastern provinces. will carr has more on what people are dealing with in the wake of the storm. >> reporter: a powerful and deadly super typhoon tore through the philippines. 16,000 people are on display. millions more without power after several feet of rain fell. at one point the equivalent of the category four hurricane carried sustained winds. >> you'll get everything that we can salvage that they could no longer be used. >> reporter: the rescue efforts are underway. howling winds, knocking down trees in their post. and that it will be long and
difficult, especially for those with very little to begin with. they would get an average of 20 typhoons a year, but it doesn't make it any easier to lose your home. >> we did not expect that the tree would fall. i saw how the tree just flattened my house. they appear to be losing the sign that they are getting weaker. in los angeles fox news. and they will remain closed in both directions as they would work to create the cars and trucks still buried in a ton of mud. heavy rain in that area would cause their gnash flooding and mud slides and dozens of homes were damaged. hundreds of vehicles trapped in mud and debris.
tons rather as they have hardened, remaining with two big rigs. five cars still stuck in it as they hope to have it reopened by thursday. all right tracking lingering clouds across parts of the bay area. not a lot to show you, but still a chance for the overnight hours of your monday morning. santa rosa reporting mostly clear skies. but reported to sfo, oakland, even san jose with those current numbers out there, showing you the 60s. checking in at 62. and san francisco at 60 and santa rosa in the upper 50s. 57 degrees. here is the live camera, fairly nice. the main thunderstorm band has
dissipated. a chance over the next few hours. tomorrow morning they will be in the 50s for santa rosa and fremont at 56 and morgan hill in the mid-50s. here is your forecast model trying to generate a few sprinkles or light showers. here we are at 4:00 to 5:00 and wake up to some clouds, even at 11:00, some lingering overcast. the sun cloud mix in to the afternoon hours to scale back to the upper cast where they will be partly to mostly sunny throughout their afternoon, setting up the stage for the warming trend. we will bump up beginning tomorrow. but they will be expected by tuesday and in to wednesday. the plan for your monday, the morning hours at 7:00 a.m. and their temperatures in the 50s. and then as we would head through their afternoon hours, more sunshine out there with their temperature range. 65 to 80 as it will be their developing weather headline over the next few days with a
warm up out there and that warming temperature and an increase in their fire danger. coming up at 10:40, we will talk more about that fire weather watch and to highlight their warmest day of the week. and a bride left on her wedding day. see how they came together to turn that heartbreak in to a night they would never forget. and the 49ers, they were fighting for and getting a much- needed win. full highlights coming up next in sports.
6-4. he beats the defender for the 7-yard touchdown. and harbaugh, none too happy right after the play. 19-6. 49ers, flacco back to pass. and look what he does. he finds steve smith, the ageless wonder, the back of the end zone as they will be up six. 4th quarter kaepernick who would fight that urge to run and drop back that pass and finds them wide open and look at patton, just getting busy with it here for 340 yards and two touchdowns. you're 1-4. finding their man in the end zone and for that two-yard touchdown. the last chance for baltimore. get it is to the end zone to knock it down and that is what
he does and it will be a win for their 49ers, escaping 25-20 improving to 2-4 on sunday night football. it will be tom brady, taking on the colts, at the deflategate rematch if you will. fans having fun with it and the colts, one of the hoddest formations that they have ever seen here that they would snap that ball with their punter no one blocking in to see it happen. >> that's what happens. it didn't work. >> and ensuing drive for new england as they would get that ball on down and then brady, they would drop back with all sorts of time. he's looking. he's looking. he finds his big running back, blount for the touchdown. brady with the touchdown as they win 44-27. they improve to 5-0. and one of five undefeated teams in the nfl. all right. if you are not a mets fan, odds are you are rooting for the cubs, but they've got that uphill battle after tonight.
in new york. and yeah that it will be jerry seinfeld on hand, bill murray at the game. this is game two. bottom of the first jake air arrita with the 4th home run -- arietta with the 4th home run. taking him deep. but look at curtis granderson get on up to keep that ball in the park. a great catch by granderson, robbing him of that home run and the mets would win 4-1 to take a 2-love lead for the nlcs heading to chicago for game three on tuesday night. some of the best golfers in the world right here in the north bay for the fries.com open. and their final round at the silverado country club in napa. it's a rookie golfer who is going to win this thing. he is out of the bunker, chips it in for the birdie to take the lead playing in his first
pga tour event. he has the par 5 now. he needs this birdie to drop to force that playoff as he would get it. both golfers, 15-under par. then on the second playoff hole, he would falter and bogey and leave that opened up. he drains that put for the win. and it will be grillo at the fries.com and the raiders with a bye this week as they are playing the chargers next week. all eyes on the niners as they deliver. >> good for the niners, thank you. scott kelly making one of the most well-known astronauts in u.s. history. now he has the numbers to back it up. see the latest record that he broke in outer space. and tens of thousands of wood-be zombies are running for their lives. the latest on the shooting that left at least one person dead at zombie con. ♪
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wow. that's a clean sweep. chaos broke out at the zombie-themed festival in fort meyers, florida after a shooting left one man dead and five others injured. nearly 24 hours later, police are still searching for the shooter. >> at the north annual zombie- con, thousands dressed in zombie-themed costume. some carrying fake weapons as lined djs and bands lined the streets of downtown fort meyers, florida. the scare becoming all too real at about 11:45 p.m. shots fired killing the 20-year- old tyrell taylor a football player at a local junior college injuring five others. they heard those gunshots. >> i heard four to five shots at the same time and the guy
was right there. i mean right here and right there. >> we saw u a hoard of people running, listening to two loud bangs. >> they saw them running away, responding quickly clearing downtown. >> there were shots fired as you can imagine that many people to take cover. you know, that they were running towards the shots. and that is when we located victims. >> reporter: but they have not located a suspect. no possible motive has been given as they were pushing them describing them as a charity event. that they are encouraged to donate money, food, blood, and on facebook, they say they will be deeply saddened. saying that we would take the safety very seriously and we think that precautions in hiring security and their police officers for our annual vet as they would go out to the
family members of those involved in that incident, asking people of video of the shooting to come forward as the hunt for the suspect continues. two shark attacks off the coast of hawaii. the east side of oahu. a man was offshore when a shark bit -- shark bit both of his legs. two nearby kayakers jumped in to help. a week after losing most of his left leg, when he was surfing as he is lucky to be alive. >> out of nowhere, i felt like the truck was running in to me,
dragging me under water. they bring the total number to 53, tieing up 2012 for their highest number of the attacks over the last five years. today living in space during four missions. currently on the year-long mission. and they could study how they would respond. the same studies are being done, also the husband of the former arizona congresswoman. set to return to earth on march 3. he would have racked up 522 days in space. officials are expected to announce their new regulations on their drones tomorrow. the new regulations expected to
debut around thanksgiving occurs for everyone. after several dangerous incidents, crash landing, flying too close to their aircrafts. tomorrow is the last day for you to vote on their election. the sunset and mission districts, where you can also register online. >> israel is further tightening after they were killed. the gun and knife attack at the bus station where they tell us it is one of the boldest attacks yet in the month long wave of violence. after weeks of escalating violence, showing no signs of letting up here. at least one is dead and after one would open fire, you can
see it on sunday night. and also shooting that man, mistaken for the attacker. >> the latest attack on israelis, they come after israel, introducing a series of their measures, the dozens of check points. placing their concrete walls between their neighborhoods. and that violence erupted a month ago as they would push for more access. known to muslims and jews. the effort enraging palestinians. announcing that he'll meet with them in germany this week in an effort to calm their tensions. then they will travel to the region to meet with the palestinian president. what exactly they could do to ease tensions here isn't clear. they described the attacker --
attackers that like connections, but are enraged. making it extremely difficult to stop. hopefuls continue to trade shots as they stop. >> my brother kept us safe because of september 11. one of the worse days in the history of the country. >> reporter: he is not backing down. from statements that he made. the front runner on the other hand is not holding back any criticism. especially when it comes to donald trump. a possible joe biden run continues with very little indication about the timing of his announcement. the flare up just four days
before they testify before the republican-lead house committee. the bickering erupted here this morning, oh the use of their private e-mail server. the republican committee chair, accusing clinton of sending the classified information on her private e-mails. the democrat fired back saying that they told them that the information was not classified. saying it was nothing more than the political attack, designed to hurt her campaign. >> i think it is a sad day for all of us. the families came in saying to not make it a political football. that's exactly what happened. >> and meanwhile other democrats, including those on her campaign, they are also challenging their allegations
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this morning about 200 veterans would continue that tradition by starting a 500-mile bike ride from palo alto to los angeles. allie rasmus shows us how they would help paint the lives of one bay area resident. >> every morning, it is helmet on and is shoes clipped in and out -- and shoes clipped in and out the door. they look like a pro, but it took him a long time to get here. when he woke up in the hospital ten years ago, he wasn't sure if be he would ever walk again. >> i was hit with a car bomb and i was medevaced from there. he had to learn how to walk all
over again. but that the cars from their experience in iraq had not healed. >> they told them about that program called ride to recovery >> and that the organization, they would modify their bikes so they could take part no matter their disability. >> training in this event has helped me tremendously. i don't take any meds. i got off all my pain medications. i got on my bike the next day and all the anger and the frustration that i had from my dreams, i just take it out.
and ten had i come home and i feel like i'm human again. >> reporter: and after doing the race last year, he set a new goal for himself in 2015. graduating to the regular bike. my buddy had both prosthetics and he did it. >> he is a designated ride leader, helping others, using the push bar like this to help them get over the steep incline. >> my goal this year to push them up over their surf, practicing all year. and really looking forward to helping. and that is why i'm gone. >> yes. and we're looking to pay it forward. well, the weather
temperatures, they are moving steadily over the past few weeks as you'll notice that change over the next few days. one of the cooler days of the week. a few low 70s on out there. and that it will be san francisco at 56 degrees. on the satellite, we have lingering low clouds on out there with a closer look at their satellite as they will be reporting mostly clear skies. some patchy fog near that coast and right around their bay. that will gradually increase in coverage for the next few hours. it's a bit of a breeze, checking in at 15 miles an hour and a calm wind towards novado. some wind reports for you on out there at 17. winds are checking in at 6 miles per hour. the live camera looking towards their bay. they will clear things back up for monday afternoon, warming things back up.
temperatures on out there, even the few spots around 90 degrees. here is what's happening in the beginning of tomorrow as they would kick in for their north bay hill for monday night and wednesday morning and that those winds will be increasing from the north to northeast with a chance that it could be expanded to include parts of the east bay here. the area of low pressure, producing the thunderstorms here today and parts of solano county, drifting down to the south with a slight chance for the shower for tonight, early tomorrow morning. once they move to southern california and high pressure will return, definitely the source of the warming, beginning tomorrow and that real warm temperatures, expected on tuesday and wednesday and kind of holding steady for the rest of the week as well. and here is our forecast models showing you this with their clouds tomorrow morning and a chance for the sprinkle out there or some drizzle. look what happens to all the cloud cover as we would advance this in to tuesday and
basically wipe it away for them kicking it up. clearing out the low clouds, the warm day for tuesday and up to wednesday. tomorrow, we will be transitioning to that direction and the forecast highs of 80 in santa rosa and vallejo and fairfield in the upper 70s as well. 78 with a lot of 70s for oakland, danville, livermore with a few low 80s. the south bay neighborhoods for be san jose at 76. sunnyvale at 74 and the forecast high of 73 degrees. right there the immediate coastline the upper 60s to the near 70s. with a look ahead to your five- day forecast to keep it on the fire danger for tuesday, wednesday, breezy in the hills. with the warming temperatures, san francisco will be close to 80 degrees for those two days. then no major changes will gradually cool things off though for day seven on sunday. let's keep an eye on that, but get ready as we needed to track the extremes. one day it's cool and the thunderstorms are out there and the next day it will be moving back up. basically the next week where it could be more. >> okay, today is one of those
days. >> yeah. >> thanks, mark. coming up tonight at 11:00. >> jason appelbaum will have a preview of what's to come. >> will the real colin kaepernick stand up isn't the best game of the season as they won a game. that they absolutely needed. week seven was nuts. we had a guy throwing for 500 yards and lose and plus plenty of college football that you need to see to believe and the nba from last night off the charts incredible. sports round coming up the top of the hour. and next, they would be hit and killed by the car and now the car has gone cold. we'll take a look back at the case as they would ask for their help to try to find that person responsible.
in 2003 a well-known collector took off from the scene. henry lee spoke to the police trying to get new leads. we're going to talk about a fatal hit-and-run crash in 2003. what happened to peter palmquist? >> he was 66 years old. on january 11 off the 30 p.m., he was crossing the crosswalk in the 6300 block of -- january 11 at 6:30 p.m. he was crossing the crosswalk in the 6300 block. this vehicle stopped and then they continued on and left the scene. mr. palmquist died a few days from his injury. honestly for an officer throughout as a witness to see someone treated like that to be left there to suffer and
ultimately this person passed away is just inhuman. center tell us how the vehicle of the description came about? >> sot vehicle was witnessed by a few people. we had eyewitnesses at that time taken act in 2003. the vehicle was a late '90s, mid-90s year, a ford taurus or a mercury sable. and both similar in the color of the light blue or silver. the person driving it described as a white male in his late 20s with dark hair. and that is all the information that we had and that is why we're here to talk to you. and peter palmquist a well- known historian photographer with a lot of collection of books about photography. that he was 67 years old an army photographer. leaves behind his long-time companion. for victims of hit and runs, talk about what we had a solid case like this how it must be very difficult over the years. >> i talked to pam the other day for half an hour and she is
a remarkable woman. it's unfortunate for me to say no, we haven't, but this is what we're trying to do to help you out. and mr. palmquist was a world photographer. that he had the expert on female photographers, especially pre-dated to the 1900s. and his correction, it was so outstanding that it is now held by the yale back east as they had the actual collection. and he was such a well-known person that he was sought out. and of course peter palmquist with their donations going to help their independent and non- profit researchers of those looking in to their research women photographers, and of course anyone with information, they are asked to call the
police. thank you for take the time today. >> thank you. well, san francisco police, they are set to hold that community meeting tomorrow about their deadly officer- involved shooting. on thursday they flagged down two sergeants about the man throwing bottles in the street. and police say that as one of them would try to handcuff that suspect a -- a struggle ensued where they fired two shots. they are hosting tomorrow's meeting at noon at their auditorium. a new high occupancy vehicle lane from oakland is set to open tomorrow and the three-mile stretch of southbound interstate 880 is between their road and marina boulevard. nearly a quarter million cars would travel that freeway every day as they would say that the new lane will help ease their commute many that busy corridor and shave off about five minutes of driving time. there could be delays tomorrow on their ferry to and from san francisco as they are working
to replace their ramp cylinders this weekend as officials say that could cause some trip delays. but the work started on friday morning and set to wrap up by tomorrow morning at 5:00. and listen to this. a groom gets cold feet and leaves the fiance at the alter. but the bride-to-be and their family, they would turn that wedding heartbreak in to something really special. ♪ ♪ the beautiful sound of customers making the most of their united flight. power, wi-fi, and streaming entertainment. that's... seize the journey friendly. ♪
it was suppose to be a beautiful wedding, but they left the bride with a gorgeous venue, no wedding as they show us how that family turned that heartbreaking situation in to an unforgettable night. >> the tables were set and food how the the oven. these aren't the men, family, and children that the duane family. >> i found out on monday that the wedding would not be taking place that it seemed like it
would be something that we would do to give back. >> reporter: the wood-be groom got cold feet calling off the wedding. rather than cancel the $35,000 outing, the bride's family invited the city's homeless for a once in a lifetime meal at one of the finest hotels. >> to lose out on something so important to yourself and then give it off is really giving. >> reporter: many came with their families giving their kids a rare night out. >> when you're going through a hard time and it is a struggle for you to get out and do something different with your family is a blessing. >> the food is similar to what you would find out here with their salad and cauliflower, gnochi even tritip. 125 people were invited to the wedding before it got canceled. >> reporter: full stomachs and smiles are everywhere as the night is still painful, their
27-year-old daughter chose to stay home. >> i feel a lot of heart ache for her. that i will take away something at least good from them. and i will. >> reporter: turning the night that was suppose to be about their family in to one that will take care of others. >> and tom tells us that the $35,000 wedding package also included a non-refundable honey moon, so you guessed it mother and daughter set off for belize. >> big hearts. >> i don't know what i would have done in a situation like that. i don't know if i would have thought to do that, but very nice for them. >> and what if that groom changes his mind and say you know what i do want to get married. >> too late for that that ship has sailed. >> a great day for that. thank you for making it your choice for news and it is next. >> join us starting at 4:00 a.m. and we are always here for you on ktvu.com. thanks so much for joining us tonight. have a great week everybody.
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yes, it is. how the 49ers stopped the bleeding and jump started their quarterback. 500 yards passing and a loss. three interceptions and a win. you'll try to make sense of nfl week six. the cubbies turn in to a cy young favorite. no match for baseball's newest playoff star. what about that michigan state ending? >> you know, keep on keeping on. >> we'll do our best as sports rep is coming right next. turn on it now. hi friends, thanks for checking out nissan's sports wrap.