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san francisco where four people were shot and wounded to want. the gunshots kaem just before 7:30. the victims were gathered on a sidewalk at the time and outside of fillmore and golden gate avenue. here's what we know about what happened. rob? >>reporter: well, look behind me on the corner of california. police are taking down the crime scene. a very busy night tonight at one of the busiest and established neighborhoods in san francisco. four people shot. the chaos in san francisco broke out around 7:25
with shots heard in the neighborhood in the 1100 block of fillmore just on the sidewalk. they arrived to find four people in the street shot and injured. the injured were loaded into ambulances and the extent of their injuries aren't known at this time. it's said to be nonlife threatening. police did say, however, they have two people detained and have taken those people into custody. police have not said if a weapon was recovered but they said it's an active investigation. and we talked with one man who heard the gunshots from his apartment on golden gate. >> it was pop, pop shs pop, pop, pop, at least seven or eight shots, at least, in a five or six-minute period. i heard- it was a drive by, but i didn't hear any cars driving away. just nothing afterwards. my granddaughter was in the room with me. she
didn't even look up. >> we'll be looking into gang connection. there certainly have been shooths on this block before. -- shootings on this block before. >> police continue to clean up the soon and have been looking at their own surveillance video from the station and seeing if they can recover surveillance video from any neighbors businesses. it was a busy friday night. there were plenty of witnesses out here and plenty of people who heard those gunshots. the names of victims intrnt released at this time. -- haven't been released at this time. are the victims all expected to survive? >> that's right. nonlife threatening injuries. the reports have not been veri but we're looking for more information from the police. now to the south bay, new
information on a four-alarm fire that tore through the large plot of land with dozens of cars and motor homes. this is par dice acres drive request more on what happened here. paul? >>reporter: i can tell you it's dark behind me so you can't see what's going on. there's a lot of smoke. i saw firefighters putting out of the some flames. we're six hours into this. basically they say it looked like a junk yard. they knew something like this would eventually happen. >> there was still flames coming from this home four hours after the fire started. they captured this plume of smoke coming from the property in san jose. the fire was reported just after 4:00 this afternoon. >> we need fire immediately. i says there's something that flew up in the backyard and ignited the trees. >> first responders coming from
downtown saying they could see the dark smoke from miles away. >> i was coming southbound on 280. the smoke coming out of the neighborhood was very significant. >> many dangers were headed on the land that had multiple vehicles, both and pro pain tanks exploding. >> we knew something like this was going to happen. >> they say they tried for years with the city to crack down on the man living on this vehicle. >> some of these cars have gas tanks and they have tires on then. >> we met letters to the city about all that junk. >> the firefighters live's are in jeopardy. >> so much combustibles. all the vehicles that potentially had gasoline in them, all the pro pain tank, all the other various items on the pro
and all the vegetation. >> crews remain out here to monitor hot spots. investigators were out here earlier but they were not able to get in to the area to find out what caused it. we'll get out here tomorrow morning to get a better idea. one person was injured but they were treated out here on the scene and released. thank you, paul. new information on the bear fire today. santa cruz county has a suspect in custody accused of setting the fire earlier this month. 54-year-old marlon coy is charged with multiple counts of fellny arson. >> rarely have i seen a more reckless action than those committed by this depraved man. if not for the heroic efforts by first responders he could easily be facing murder charges today. >> authorities say coy was considered the person of interest early on since he was seen in the area of the fire the night it started.
he's also suspected of looting his neighborhood's home, taking jewelry and other items after the fire. the fire burned acres and destroyed two homes. 13 firefighters were injured. coy is being held on $800,000 bail. police are asking for help. police say this man swastica is and vandalized trains as well. they want others to know that hateful graffiti will not be tolerated. >> we won't tolerate that. we don't have that with the in the bay area, nobody needs to see that type of stuff. >> they have cleaned the offensive drawings and they're asking to public if they recognize this suspect to contact the police. in the south bay, mountain view have seen a spike in car burglaries.
so far this year, there have been more than 100 break-ins just in the parking lot of the in and out burg off of rains dorf avenue. it's easy for thieves to access pause it's close to the highway aclous for ai quick get way. the criminals often work in groups coming from outside areas and leave the scene within seconds. >> i'm not kidding when i say it's a 24/7 investigation. these guys are so busy and are working around the clock to try and catch these people. >> the in and out has had warning signs and surveillance cameras and mountain view police are planning an event next month to give prevention tips to the public. a teenager said to be posing as a police officer began his day -- or ended his day, rather, in the back of a real police car. the victim told police he was drooiing near bankrupt in 136th avenue early this morning when he was pulled over by someone in a crown victoria. the victim said he heard a siren
so he stopped. as the drive got out and approached the victim's car, the victim said he got nervous. >> the victim noticed that the person getting out of the car actually was wearing like a sweatshirt with a hood and the person put the hood up over his head. the victim at that point realized that this was not a police officer and fare faring faring for his sift, he drove away. >> after the crown victoria drove off, the victim decided to follow it to get a license plate number. the deputies later pulled the suspect over for a traffic violation and the teen driver was arrested for impersonating a police officer. they've arrested two 14-year-old boys for having a gun at school. one of the students brought the gun and handed it off to the other student. students and staff were told to shelter in place after reports of a boy with a gun in the bathroom.
a school resource officer pound the student and confiscated the weapon. no one was hurt. the school had increased security today. as for the two boys this were taken to juvenile hall. dale duncan and hiz wife accused their landlords of evicting them from their home of 21 years shortly after the new owners built the new building three yores ago. the landlord falsely slamed they were evicting them in order to move in. >> the defendant owner said oh my sister is going to move in. but the jury determined she never moved in and she never intended to move in. >> you could see it when it was hung up there for fellow citizens to see wow, that's really wrong ch the the attorney says it's the largest jury verdict ever in a case involving a single apartment unit. stud ahead, kids getting a
chance to move forward and celebrate halloween after losing everything in a north bay fire. details coming up. plus the trump administration said it was not involved in a massive contract hired to help puerto rico. how coming wants to know exactly how the deal was approached. i have the story coming up. warm and hot week across most of the bay area put the fog making a comeback. eventually we could be tracking some rain. oh, you brought butch. yeah! (butch growls at man) he's looking at me right now, isn't he? yup. (butch barks at man) butch is like an old soul that just hates my guts.
. cnn reporting a garage jury has approved charges into russian interference in the 2016 election. cnn reports the person charged could be taken into custody as early as next monday. special counsel robert mueller exam his team have been investigating the ties. the white house insisting that the trump administration had nothing to do with the controversial contract to restore power to puerto rico but not all lawmakers are convinced and some are demanding an audit and an investigation. with more on this, lauren. >>reporter: it's been more than
five year weeks since the hurricane reeked havoc on puerto rico. now there's questions about how a costly contract was awarded to fix the power. >> the federal government has nothing to do with this contract or the or the process. >> the white house working to distance itself from the latest controversy swirting over puerto rico saying definitively it had nothing to do with the decision to award a $300 million contract for the montana energy company. the trump station saying it was the better toe roadway can government's dec. >> -- puerto rico's government's division. >> they're asking why the hourly rates are so seemingly high and
why the energy company was awarded the contract. in a letter today to the department of homeland security, tom democrats demanded the contract be investigated saying the lack of experience raises serious concerns about the company's capacity to restore power to 3.4 million. after returning from his second trip there, new york governor says conditions are still deplorable. >> people tend to forget that they are americans and they really do deserve a better response than they're getting. >> today secretary issued a statement saying he had nothing to do with the white fish energy receiving the contract and that the reports saying such are, quote, complless.
historians combing through the kennedy asass nation. it shows ou agents frantically tried to learn the background of lee harvey oswald. job son felt the asass nation was payback. >> i'm surprised that, again, the government has suppressed it for that long a time. all that does is fuel conspiracy theories. if you wonder why they have concealed it this long, what more are they not telling us. >> president donald trump tweeted he will release the rest of the files with names and other vfrgs about living people redacted. you can find a link to the documents at ktvu.com. thousands of people have flooded spain in support of an independent state. they voted today to succeed from spain.
shortly after they granted the prime minister extraordinary powers to impose direct rule over the region and the prime minister says he's firing the government. >> today the parliament has approved something that in the opinion of a big majority of people not only goes against the law but is criminal act. >> they complain it sends more to the national government than it receives and has it own language and culture identity as well as the u. s. state department saying they don't recognize the declaration. the fires are almost contained and crews are trying to determine who or what hay have started them. we know that high winds brought down power lines but now they're lobbying for customers to foot part of the bill if pg&e is found
responsible. they have been asked to shift liability away from their shareholders. >> who is responsible for the wine country fires is far from an answered question that may never be determined. part of it may be blamed on pg&e which everyone knows has a very deep pocket. >> the question of responsibility and who pays, whether it's the rate payers or shareholders, is really left up to the ctuc. >> this dates back to storms in san diego ten years ago, even though administrative law judges have said they should pay for their negligence. the utility keeps coming back to the new strategies why rate payers, not shareholders, should pay for the damage. they have been in talks which possibly could side with
the utilities over customers. >> pg&e felt it was important to share our perspective with the commission on this vital statewide safety topic and who are available to provide safe, reliable, and cloeb service to our customers moving forward. >> the reason that pg&e concerned about this case is baudz it's going to set a precedent. >> that could mean even if pg&e is found negligent, they could presently have real-world and potentially long-term implications in financial standing of every energy company in the state. we felt it was extremely important that this commission hear the perspective of all energy exhibit 10s and all those we represent, the customers and the communities we serve here in california. >> when the utilities make
profits, the share how old holders benefit. when the utility screws up, the shareholders should pay. it's just fair. >> it's taken a decade and still no answer from the cpuc. ktvu fox 2 news. fire victims work to pick up the pieces and one professor is using his skills to collect and restore paragraphs that were burned in the fires. head of the computer studies department at santa row say jr. college. he and his son have been working to collect papers burned in the fire. they post pictures of what they've gathered. they have been on cloud nine since hearing from the original openers. >> just knowing that i can be helpful in some way, somingful way, and -- some meaningful way, and it's a great people. for some people who lost their entire home, they may be the
only memory they can salvage. >> he will also restore charred photographs free of charge. if you want to see the papers, head to ktvu.com and click on web links. it's been a warm and hot week, even the coast of san francisco. but today we start to cool things off for the cost. the fog returns but widespread 80s out there and even a few low 90s towards napa and concord, all 90 degrees for your friday afternoon. look what has returned, a solid fog bank. we have the on shore wind that transfers the fog into the bay as we head to the overnight hours. up towards ocean beach and a good portion of san francisco towards sfo as well. we'll check in on some current numbers, showing you more 50s from the 10:00 area. here's our live camera. beautiful. look at this solid fog. you think it's nighttime
. you can pick out the defined area. very interesting image here for your friday night. the cloud cover will be covering san francisco tomorrow morning. overnight lows will be in the 40s to the 50s to start out your saturday. here's the deal in san francisco. areas of fog, 55 degrees. by lunchtime, patchy overcast, 67, and partly sunny. no more 80s or 70s essentially in the 60s. here's the forecast model showing you the push of fog as we head into the bay for the morning hours. clearing back to near the coastline for the beaches and the cool side and then the inland spots, warmest location on track to reach the 80s for the tomorrow afternoon. bigger changes towards sunday and eventually could be tracking some rain drops. . coming up a bay area congresswoman shared her story of sexual harassment.
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. thousands of women have joined the me too movement to speak out about their personal experiences with sexual harassment and assault. today bay area congresswoman added her voice saying she was sexually harassed early in her political career. >> she said the misconduct involved a former chief of staff who has now passed away. >>reporter: bay area congresswoman pulling back the
cur tape on what she calls repulsive behavior, she detailed sexual harassment in her 20s. >> like so microphone many of you, i have a me too story to shear. i was working as a congressional staffer. . the chief of staff held my face, kissed me, and stuck his tongue in my mouth. >> she tells me the problem in congress is pervasive. >> the question i'm asked often, is it still going on? i can guarantee you it's still going on and those with calls i've had to my office today and from cases that aye heard of that really have been settled as recently as last week, it's still going on in the capitol. >> she's encoloneling other victims to come forward using the hashtag metoocongress, a spin off of the hashtag on twitter. the movement is exposing something that has been kept sigh leapt for a long type tch momentum is a wonderful
thing because it's getting not only victims to speak out but it's holding harassers accountable for their intolerable and oftentimes celebrated behavior. . >> we are pure, we are strong, we are brave, and we will fight. and in sacramento this man jooizing for putting his hands down a cowork area browse in twooip. congress has been a breeding ground for a hostile work environment for far too long. >>reporter: spear says in congress persons are getting away with their behavior. >> the money doesn't come out of the -- when there's settlements, it m cos out of the u. s. treasury. it's taxpayers paying for it. because there are
nondisclosure agreements that are typically signed, no one ever knows about it. >> spears said she will introduce a bill next week to amend them to require mandatory sexual harassment training for members and staff in the house and to stream line the process, they're filing a complaint. it's too lengthy and burdensome. still ahead, moving forward after the fires. we're live in santa rosa where volunteers are helping kids who lost everything take part in hallo traditions. a karls jr. made it through the storm but then suffered its own fire while they were cook meals for first responders.
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. halloween may seem insignificant right now, but not for the kids. >> the north bay has rallied to make sure it's a happy occasion. we're live in santa rosa where thousands of cos distributed this evening. >>reporter: shelters are emptying. this one has about 50 people staying here tonight. and across town, more normalcy. trick or treat preparations for