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to open tomorrow. other school districts in santa rosa along with geyserville schools will have classes for the first time since the fires. cleaning crews have been decontaminating all the classrooms to make sure they are safe for students and school staff. the fires thousands of homes. while many affected struggle to put their lives back together, one family enjoyed a night free of the post fire worries courtesy of the warriors . the team rallied around a fire victim who is also a fan. >> reporter: what a thrilling night for this family. a nine-year-old is a big fan of the warriors and hopes to one day play in the wnba. the warriors reached out to her family and lucky college students it was a big game in the middle of a three-game homestand and everybody was
happy. for a family that lost everything in the north bay wildfires this game meant everything. >> amazing. my kids are excited. we cannot ask for a greater day. >> reporter: they lost their home. the nine-year-old was able to save her steph curry shoes which she says makes her play better for her team. after writing a letter to steph curry wishing the team well the warriors invited the family to the game. >> this is really crazy how so many people got us here. >> reporter: the kids became stars themselves. >> it is exciting that they invited us. >> reporter: it was a day no one in the family would likely ever forget. >> it is humbling. it is amazing the good and overwhelming good. we have to grateful. >> reporter: this celebrity
chef supported first responders and families in santa rosa. he tipped his hat to the warriors .>> the fact that the warriors brought them down shows what a great organization they are . >> reporter: the commitment was measured in dollars with a $1.2 million check awarded 249 local organizations including the east bay college fund. >> it is amazing. that somebody cares so much to make sure that students get into college and get through. they are willing to put their money and that there were behind it. >> reporter: since 2012 the community foundation has delivered $9 million in grants to support education, youth development and the bay area. >> the coach is an amazing person. he is modest about the impact he is having on the community. he has chosen to donate all the speakers these to the warriors immunity foundation. >> reporter: they had a private meeting.
the warriors may have lost the game tonight but they won the hearts of fans. we are back live. it does not and. klay thompson pledge to donate $1000 for every point t-scores during this homestand to help with the wildfire relief efforts. tonight he scored 29 points. from the players to the community find they do a lot of good things. a special night for the johnsons. have they been able to find a place to live? >> reporter: the family said they moved into a rental home. the father was an insurance agent we did a story on a few weeks ago who is helping the wildfire victims while he lost his home. he was living in a garage. right now the nine-year-old is getting ready to get into school. and looking forward to wearing
the deer from the warriors. sheriff deputies in discovery bay set a homicide started with cars spinning doughnuts in a quiet neighborhood. it ended in gunfire. this happened early this morning. we have more on what happened in the search for the shooter. >> reporter: sheriff's deputies said they were called to this discovery bay neighborhood after reports there were a pair of cars speeding through the area. screeching tires and driving recklessly. >> we began to receive calls there were shots fired. >> reporter: by the time deputies arrived a 48-year-old man was in the street shot multiple times. a neighbor was administering cpr. the victim died. investigators are looking for a pair of vehicles. a newer american car possibly a challenger or ford mustang.
and a red mitsubishi eclipse. each packed with young men and a female. deputies are looking into how these people are tied to this neighborhood. >> we have not located any kind of party. it appears to be someone who was walking around his neighborhood. >> reporter: flowers mark the area where the victim was shot. neighbors say he was a family man who confronted the speeders. his wife was the first to rush to the scene and discover he had been shot. neighbors say visitors have caused problems before. speeding and partying and are calling for surveillance cameras especially at the entrance and exit to the neighborhood. video surveillance may be the key piece of evidence to solving this homicide. investigators are asking anybody who had video cameras in the area to turn it over to the authorities.
researchers at stanford university are prepared to study the las vegas gunman's brain after an autopsy found no abnormalities. stephen paddock's brain is expected to arrive at stanford this week. researchers will spend months looking for possible neurological problems. last month the 64-year-old fired more than 1000 bullets on the country music festival killing 58 people and wounding many more. he then killed himself. for the unfolding russia case and president trump we are learning information about who funded a dossier that contained unsubstantiated but fallacious claims linking him to the russians. a conservative news outlet, the washington freebie can hire the research firm fusion gps in 2015. to uncover damaging information about republican presidential candidates. after trump won the nomination the clinton campaign hired the firm in 2016. the firm was paid millions by a law firm working for the clinton campaign and that research led to the dossier.
the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee said there is a more important question than who wrote the check. >> how much of the work is accurate? how much is true? my colleagues do not seem interested in the question. that is the most important question for the american people. >> president trump tweeted today about the russia investigation rejecting claims of collusion and referring again to the probe as a witchhunt. is a democrats should focus on the fact that the clinton campaign help pay for the research that led to the dossier. there are reports that a federal grand jury has approved its first indictment and special counsel robert mueller's investigation into russian meddling in 2016. and whether members of the trump campaign colluded with moscow. the target and nature of the charges are unknown. the announcement is expected tomorrow. >> reporter: there is a lot of speculation about who is facing the charges and what they maybe. what we know according to reporting by the walster journal is the prosecutors from
robert mueller's team presented evidence to a grand jury on friday. whatever that evidence was, it was enough for the jury to sign off on charges at least one individual. a federal judge sealed the indictment which is supposed to keep it secret and an arrest can be made as soon as tomorrow. this morning on abc this week congressman who is the top democrat on the intelligence committee said there is plenty of evidence to suggest who the charges are against. >> there are two people from press reporting that is likely to be. former national security advisor mike flynn or paul manafort. we have not been informed and it would not be appropriate. >> reporter: earlier this summer fbi agents raided the home of paul manafort. his attorneys tell us they have not been informed of any charges being filed against the client. that is something that would typically happen following an indictment. president trump's former national security adviser
michael flynn is a target. his attorneys have not responded to our request for comment. it is possible that the person being charged is someone we have never heard of. on fox news sunday congressman gaudi said at this point it is impossible to say how big of a deal these charges are. >> it will be really important whether or not this indictment involves 15-year-old business transactions or 15-day-old conversations with russia. it is important what the charge is. it is important who the person being charged is. >> reporter: those facts will determine what we are able to learn from the indictment and what it means to the investigation as a whole going forward. >> reporter: a new nbc wall street journal poll shows the president's approval rating has reached a new low. 38% approved of his job performance. that is down five points from last month. 58% expressed disapproval.
pollsters noted the biggest shift came from independents who support dropped seven points. the gop tax plan is a hot topic. republican support is a proposed tax cuts will spur economic growth. critics say a provision in the plan the cuts tax benefits from retirement plans like 401(k)s will only hurt middle-class americans. >> the notion they will mess with the retirement accounts in order to get a tax break to millionaires and billionaires does not work. >> this tax reform will help to encourage it. i think at the end of the day it will be reducing the deficit because it will get the economy moving. >> the nonpartisan tax policy center said the tax cuts and the plan would add $2.5 trillion to the national debt over a decade. republican lawmaker said they want a final plan passed by things giving. the los angeles mayor put an end to speculation that he is planning to run for
governor. he said in a series of tweets that he has a lot of work left to do in los angeles and wants to continue with the progress. he got a second four-year term in march it will not be able to run for another term under the city term limits. some feel he may have his eyes on the presidential run in 2020. there is a heavy field of candidates wanting to succeed governor brown. the democratic candidates are shown. there are two republican candidates. the national anthem demonstrations continue with several members of the houston texans taking a knee. the action was in response to what the teams owner recently said about the ongoing on the field protests. it is been five years since
find out how a memory stick with confidential security information about the queen was on a city street. someone found it in a park in west london and give it to a newspaper. it contained 76 folders with security measures for the queen when she uses the airport. officials say they have launched an internal investigation and are taking steps to prevent something like this from happening again. a member of the oakland a's who was the only major league baseball player to neil during the national anthem is facing serious charges tonight. bruce maxwell was arrested in scottsdale, arizona last night after a woman who was delivering food to him said he pointed a gun at her. was booked on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct. police say it is unclear what led to the alleged competition. several nfl players are asking for a meeting on monday with roger goodell. the owner of the houston texans and colin kaepernick. the washington post said requests came after texans
owner bob mcnair made a comment about, we cannot have the inmates running the prison. that is a reference to nfl players protest during the national anthem. he said he was not referring to players as inmates but was describing the relationship between team owners and the league office. players say they are disturbed by what he said and say it shows the league is not taking their concerns over race related matters seriously. last year colin kaepernick began protesting police killings of african-americans by kneeling during the national anthem. it is not clear if they have decided to meet with the players. it is been five years since super storm sandy devastated much of the northeast. that region is vulnerable. we have a look back at the deadly storm and the rebuilding process that is underway. >> reporter: super storm sandy damaged or destroyed 650,000 homes as the storm surge devastated waterfront communities in the northeast.
the search was responsible for the majority of the 70 u.s. steps. there are obvious signs of successful rebuilding. the roller coaster at seaside heights was dismantled and replaced by a new one this year. in new york a massive fire sparked by floodwaters and electrical wiring, burned 100 homes to the ground. the neighborhood now has dozens of new homes and a stand-in to protect the community. but for many the rebuild continues. this couple moved back a month ago after spending $300,000 of their own money to build a stronger home. >> i did not think it would take five years to fully get back into the house. had i known that i probably would have left. >> reporter: construction has yet to begin on projects to prevent flooding damage from future super storms.
$600 million seawall to protect staten island communities is in the design stages. >> most of new york city is just as vulnerable as it was before sandy. we have not thought systematically about how to change the design of our structures and infrastructure so we can get through the weather that is coming. >> reporter: remember this? 32 newborn babies were evacuated from a new york city hospital that got flooded. five years later these babies are now kindergartners. five years later's the insurance industry said 98% of sandy -related claims have been paid out that means some are still waiting. we will have check in your forecast. >> we have the cooldown that will continue as we get back to work on monday. last monday we were breaking records. not the case for the week ahead
. we have a cooling trend that will carry us through most of the week and eventually some rain in the forecast. right now it is partly to mostly cloudy skies. san francisco at 52 degrees. the 50s in oakland. for the next few days a cooldown continues. i want to take you into next weekend and we will come back and take a look at the numbers expected into the overnight hours. on monday partly cloudy and cooler. tuesday partly cloudy and cooler. we are into the evening hours and for trick-or-treaters it will be dry. it could be cool. we get into friday and things get more interesting. as we get into the afternoon it looks like rain moving into northern california. this will change a little bit. friday into saturday it looks like we could have some wet weather. and is now for the sierra.
we are dry for trick-or- treaters on halloween. we have a wet weather in the extended forecast. right now we have partly to mostly cloudy skies. it is moving across the bay into the east bay. as we get into the overnight hours you can pick up on a few bits of blue indicating drizzle to start the morning. a cloudy and cool start. they could be some drizzle along the coastline. in the afternoon we will be partly to mostly cloudy for the entire day along the coast. for tomorrow morning temperatures will be cool. 46 in santa rosa. low 50s along the peninsula. for the inner east bay 52 degrees. afternoon highs ranging from the low 60s to the upper 60s. we will start in santa rosa with 71. closer to the water 62. for these two bay low 60s. mid-60s in castro valley.
in the south bay we have 66 in san jose. 65 in sunnyvale. a cool 60 degrees expected in san francisco. several days ago we were in the upper 80s. remember those days? that will not be the case in the next few days. temperatures remain mild and cool for some. into the weekend we have a chance for rain. early on the models were showing it coming in on thursday. now it is friday and saturday lingering into sunday. still ahead. remembering loved ones and friends who passed on. and look at the annual day of the dead event in oakland. doesn't come out to celebrate a centuries long tradition.
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playing in the background as he cruised on into the arena. >> i was not convinced it was him. i love it. speaking of getting into the halloween spirit, check out the white house. it is decorated with giant spiders and webs all over the south portico. tomorrow night the president and first lady will hand out cookies and candies to all of the trick-or-treaters. children from nearby schools will stop by. thousands of people packed oaklands fruitville neighborhood for the day of the dead festival. >> this mix in tradition they >> centuries and includes rituals to honor deceased loved ones. >> we pass on our culture to our grandchildren. they can learn that we remember
>> it is amazing. it look like a lot of fun. the festival is organized by the unity council. it was the 22nd year of the event. here is a halloween costume that may look familiar. he is dressing up like dave clark. he made a cool cut out to show his name at the bottom of the screen. look out. somebody is looking for your job. >> i hope the cost and brings him lots of candy. weather is looking good for the trick-or-treaters. we will be dry. we have a rain in time for the weekend. get out the umbrella because it
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thrills in the world series. the raiders look like a different team. at this point they have to be considered a longshot to be in the playoffs. that ship sailed long ago for the 49ers. who have been around since 1946 and now own a record for futility. seven games in and the cakewalk to the nba finals looks harder for the warriors . especially when they keep giving the basketball away. at least they have not lost their sense of humor. sports wrapped is next with lots of tricks and hopefully a