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up, there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign included with the russian government.>> push back on bombshell charges filed against former trump campaign manager paul manafort. hello again everyone. to former trump campaign officials pleaded not guilty to a dozen counts today including conspiracy against the u.s. these of the first charges stemming from the investigation into russian interference in the 2016 election. >> another less recognizable name -- george papadopoulos. poles a bigger problem for the president. he secretly pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi and has been cooperating with authorities.>>
reporter: any reaction? >> if you hours after former campaign chair paul manafort surrendered to the fbi he and ricky gates appeared before a magistrate judge in federal district court. each pleaded not guilty to 12 counts of financial crimes and indictment unsealed by the office of special counsel robert mueller. it alleged while i being ukrainian interest manafort and gates laundered $75 million offshore companies and bank accounts. and allegedly took steps as late as february to continue concealing millions in unreported income.>> there is no evidence that mr. manafort of the trump campaign included with the russian government.>> reporter: manafort was released on $10 million bond. gates $5 million. the charges are unrelated to the russian include --
collusion angle. >> the special prosecutor is likely doing is putting pressure on someone he knows was at the center or feels like was at the center of this relationship with russia. and use criminal charges as a way of trying to get cooperation.>> reporter: he unsealed a guilty plea entered over three weeks ago by george papadopoulos's former foreign policy advisor to the trump campaign. question by fbi one week after the inauguration he lied about the timing and circumstances under which he may contact with various foreign nationals last year. people he believed to be well- connected in the kremlin. he signed a summary of events for stated the professor told him -- as he later described to the fbi that they meaning the russians have dirt on her meaning hillary clinton. the russians had emails of clinton. they had thousands of emails. we spoke to east bay congressman -- before onto.
he says that plea deal by george papadopoulos is the clearest evidence members of the trump team were working with russia.>> we have established a working relationship. we have a senior foreign policy advisor. someone who was an excellent guy by the president. traveling over to europe at a neutral location as he described to meet with the russians to receive dirt on their opponent hillary clinton. there will be more to come. >> he isn't alone. many expect the indictments are just the beginning. there is more fallout to come. jana is in the newsroom with a look at what might happen next.>> reporter: i talked with a law expert who knows robert mueller. he says it shows his skill in handling a complex case. and using the indictments to encourage others under scrutiny to cooperate. the indictments of former trump campaign chair paul manafort and his associate give the
public a first glimpse into what has been a largely secretive investigation by robert mueller. >> i would be willing to bet this is not all we will see. this is the opening message if you will.>> reporter: law professor rory littles said the charges of conspiracy money laundering and lying could send a message to others who have been interviewed by investigators such as michael flynn.>> make them all nervous and all believe they need to get to the government first before they get charged and somebody else is testifying against them. this is a real message sending. the fact that michael flynn was not charged with significant. >> reporter: the unsealing of the guilty plea deal with george papadopoulos could indicate prosecutors are getting more information about his time with the trump campaign and whether there was collusion with russians in the 2016 election. >> that agreement is something
like 25 detail pages of connections between somebody in the trump campaign, people in russia and gathering dirt for the election.>> reporter: even though the indictment shows no evidence of a link to president trump and his associates there could be political fallout. >> for a president who believed in extreme vetting, a little bedding might have gone a long way.>> reporter: if there are more indictments the could stall the republican agenda.>> that will consume a lot of the oxygen in washington dc. that is a problem because there are these important things that carter should be working on and the president should be working with congress on. -- >> reporter: there was one other interesting point. the charges against manafort did not include the month he served as head of the trump campaign. that could mean there was no evidence for charges or it could provide a window for
manafort to cooperate with prosecutors on what he knows about his time with the trump campaign. the new york times reports russia's election meddling was much more widespread than initially thought. and reached 126 million facebook users. that is more than half of the sites monthly users in the u.s. agents uploaded more than 1000 videos to youtube. underscoring the far reach of the criminals efforts to create a division in the u.s. -- kremlin. and investigation after an inmate died at santa rita jail. the 33-year-old inmate was found today inside his cell. sheriff's department says he had just recently arrived at the jail and was given a single person cell. authorities said there was no obvious signs of trauma. his name has not been released pending notification of family. people are supporting the
police officer injured by a fleeing suspect video vehicle this month. a gofundme page has been side -- set up. he was on patrol as part of the stations bicycle be when he was struck by a suspect in a gun related case who fled from officers. his wife is a teacher at a san francisco high school. are paid time off is running out. the creators of the fund that the money will help his wife if she needs to take leave. donations have topic more than $54,000. he remains in the intensive care unit sf cisco general. with the page saying he is making slow but steady progress. san francisco police crime scene investigation testified that the man accused of killing kate steinle actually pointed the gun at steinle on peer 14. investigator john evans claim josi garcia's point of the gun at her.
because he was a an experienced shooter he aimed to low. jerking the trigger and missing his target. the bullet ricocheted before it hits finally. the defendant's attorney said the evidence is confusing. >> fundamentally what is at stake is that they are struggling to make sense of physical evidence.>> evans testified there was no evidence of a rag or t-shirt on the peer. countering the defense argument that he found the gun wrapped in cloth and then accidentally misfired as he was unwrapping it. it tourist taking pictures testified after the gun shot rang out she saw the defendant toss an object which drops into the water. police say that object was the gun. they later recovered from the bottom of the bay. police in san jose say several people are under arrest after a crackdown on illegal slideshows. the gatherings attract drivers and spectators. last night and officer was
injured. >> reporter: there were four arrest. two citations and five cars impounded last night following the said the sideshow in san jose. one officer was struck and injured by a fleeing car. >> we are talking about a felony.>> reporter: the sideshows keep happening. there was one last weekend. another one on saturday. than this one late sunday. authorities are stepping up enforcement joining forces with morgan hill and the santa clara county sheriff's office. >> we are taking the serious. someone is going to get hurt or killed as a result. we want to prevent these young people from coming out to the street and engaging in this behavior.>> this is what it looks like. bay area -- these kinds of events. it is a celebration of car culture. skill is prized and safety two. they say they would like to see more of the events done with permits.>> they need a spot
they can go and have fun without hurting somebody.>> reporter: these events will keep happening as long as there is social media to help coordinate and cell phone cameras to document. >> it is about noise and smoke in getting people excited. you see a high performance car.>> reporter: he would prefer the drivers take their skills to the track. >> that is the difference. it is an uncontrolled environment. there are no safety regulations. the danger level goes up. >> reporter: the officer who was injured has been released from the hospital. authorities are searching for the driver that hit him. they believe he was driving a maroon or brown nissan. netflix cancels house of cards after serious allegations against the star of the show kevin spacey. the man coming forward who says he was sexually assaulted by
what if home security was different? what if it looked different? what if the measure of working, was that you never had to think about it. ♪ what if it was so easy to use, you actually used it. [alarm] you have 3 minutes to exit. what if it gave you time, and what you really need from home security. a sense of security. ♪ all a video posted to youtube by a teenage girl apparently triggered the firing of her father who was an apple
engineer. peterson got her hands on her dad's phone while they were sharing lunch at the headquarters. she posted video of the new iphone 10 online. the video was quickly taken down. not before it was uploaded by many people on youtube. he doesn't said her father was fired from his job as an engineer because of the video. apple has not commented. kevin spacey facing criticism following accusations he made sexual advances to a teenage boy decades ago. he said he doesn't remember the incident. but apologized because harm and called it drunken behavior. netflix who produces house of cards says the shows upcoming season will be its last.>> netflix said they are very concerned for their cast members. they said executives who have flown to the set in baltimore -- they were talking to all the
cast and crew about this.>> netflix said this was always going to be the last season. spacey news did not play a role. spacey came out as a gay man. critics in the lgbt community blasted him for coming out the same statement where he apologized for predatory behavior. the halloween fest took a frightening turn saturday night when a mob attacked visitors to the park. investigators say as many as 100 young people some armed with tasers ran to the crowd stealing phones purses and backpack. one woman was punched during the robbery. this witness did not want to be identified. >>
santa clara police are reviewing surveillance and cell phone video from saturday night to identify the guilty parties. so far one juvenile has been arrested for suspicion of theft. one adult was arrested for being drunk in public. a march by people opposed to a shipping terminal for cold. the city council rejected a proposal last year. the developer is preparing for another attempt in january. the developer who is credited with restoring the fox theater is suing the city after it said no to the shipping terminal last year. leaders said they were concerned coal shipments to neighborhoods caused representative -- respiratory harm. 200 people some and halloween costumes march to his home to tell him they oppose this project. three weeks after the northbay mendocino fires began the death toll is 43.
17-year-old sheppard died at a sacramento hospital last night. she was a junior at ukiah high school. she and her family were overcome by the fire trying to escape the redwood valley fire. 14-year-old brother also died. the parents suffered serious burns and are being treated at separate hospitals. a relative said they have not been told their children have died. a few hundred farmers turned out santa rosa for guidance on how they can recover from damage by the fires in sonoma county. deborah tells us crops and infrastructure both took big hits this month.>> reporter: fires were still burning when the owners of -- farms in glen ellen dash back in. the ranch in ruins. they wanted to find their animals. they were amazed to discover their coats alive.
and their cattle. livestock kept moving that night. even the chickens and their coop survive. >> she grabbed her wedding ring and a photo album. the business records.>> reporter: the couple lost their home as well as their livelihood. >> we lost all tools and equipment and vehicles.>> reporter: >> we are going to be survivors.>> reporter: hope for the community is offered by many agencies gathered in the exhibit hall at the fairgrounds with answers about what they need. whether it is feed housing for cash. >> we can loan you working capital dollars to pay your bills right now until you get back to normal.>> the county agricultural commissioner said so late in the season most crops were harvested. structural damage to farms and greenhouses, damages in the hundreds of millions of
dollars. >> we won't really know until the spring weather some need to be replanted.>> reporter: uncertainty about the smoke that has ruined these cabernet grapes. as well as these marijuana plants. many small cannabis operations loss crops and product on the eve of harvest and with california legalization coming the timing could not be worse. cannabis losses are not covered by federal aid. >> a lot of small farmers put everything they could into the season especially in light of the regulations coming. this is a devastating thing for people who stepped up their game. >> reporter: the agricultural value in sonoma county close to $1 billion. the fires did damage for wineries and destroyed one. it is the smaller independent agricultural ventures considered most at risk. the patchy fog along the coast. it was cool.
lots of 60s. breezy conditions. tomorrow will be warmer. more sunshine. a nice day tomorrow. instead of 60s we will see 60s and low to middle 70s. in a few days we will see some green. not until the end of the week. that starts friday and saturday. a live shot outside picked you can see the patchy fog along the coast. winds have died down. they were going strong earlier. temperatures are down. santa rosa 48. forecast tomorrow morning. there is the patchy fog the birds off quick. yellow is 70s. 60s and 70s. warmer tomorrow. starts off cool. think about that. it will be chilly of the northbay. down to the middle 40s. tomorrow night will be good sunsets later than we are used to. we have not done the clocks yet. it will get dark at about 6:12
pm. you have another 15 minutes after that. 6:30 pm. should be a good night for trick-or-treating. rain late in the week. this is the long-range model. friday is starts to sprinkle. that first one was kind of wet. it is pretty wet saturday morning and afternoon. we get more on sunday. the mountains will see a winter storm warning. maybe two feet of snow. forecast highs tomorrow 73 vacaville. 70 fairfield. 70 antioch. saturday looks wet as we go to the time. as you look at sunday you will see a chance of showers. rain should end the fire season.>> it sounds like some decent rain. >> it is going to be umbrella whether. the 49ers and patriots a shot the nfl by
making a huge trade. all of the details of the 49ers new quarterback coming up next. the sheriff's department in greenville county south carolina has released a picture that once again proves you can never predict what a deputy will come across in the field. john boyd was on duty when he found a dog that has somehow gotten his head stuck in the door of a fence. he was able to slowly work the dog's neck all while keeping the animal, and the dog did not suffer any injuries.
marcus here with sports. what a trade for the 49ers.>> maybe two or three weeks before we get to see him on the field. after that, 49er fans theoretically can expect to see jimmy garoppolo around for many years. the franchise quarterback. he came over in a trade this evening. the niners gave up a second round draft pick. to new england. this is a guy who can make it happen in the pocket. he got a quick release. a tough guy. very light on his feet. his brief appearances is tom brady's backup he has looked solid. you will hear a lot about this in the near future. brian hoyer has been released. these other warriors everybody figured they would see on a regular basis.
they've been showing up intermittently in the early part of the season. the tenacious defense was back. steph curry into the fourth quarter -- klay thompson of the move. 16 points. the warriors continue to look good. steph curry -- steph curry had 31. the beat goes on. nice work. look at reimann top. mcgee looking good. warriors pull away. jordan bell liking what he sees. the warriors like what they see out of him. the layout -- look at bell. get up on the offense of board. look at the final 141-113. they beat the clippers. the last time la beat the
warriors about christmas day 2014. great night -- the sharks -- they honored one of the greats in franchise history.>> one of the great uniforms. patrick marlow looks better in teel. shot on goal. it will be redirected. nicely by joe -- we have a 1-1 game. his third of the year. sharks on the power play. toronto did not have a power play tonight. his second career goal. hits the pipe -- they hold on.- 2 over the toronto maple leaves. world series game tomorrow
night's. what can they do for an encore? >> is for lander pitching for houston? >> yes he will go. this is going to be their best shot. if you send is not when tomorrow it will go to the doctors. we will see. -- if used in does not when tomorrow. thank you for joining us. have a great evening. good night everybody.
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i'm so glad you like the house! hey, so a few things -- one, all the appliances are included, two, the previous residents were murdered there, and three, it just passed mold inspection. so, when should we -- uh-huh. yeah. i get it. well, we'll -- we'll just keep looking. although it does give the house character. if those walls could talk. i agree. it's not funny. bye-bye. it's okay, honey. you're gonna sell that murder house. thanks. "ahh, get this blood off me!" what? wh-- off who? morning. oh, would you like some coffee? god, no. i've been up all night. i got to get to bed. hey, can you guys not use, like, the blender or vacuum or anything? i just need five hours. so, i guess we've stopped looking for a new job?