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yes! yes! yes! whoa! >> one giant step closer to the world series. what happened late tonight that has fans celebrating and longing for more. good evening, everyone. i'm jessica aguirre. >> i'm raj mathai. smiles in the bay area. yes a baseball dynasty here. a lot of people benefit. the fans, businesses and champagne companies, the giants
hatch done it again. late tonight, they eliminated the washington nationals. a wild scene at the ballpark. after the game, a wild scene in the clubhouse. pure joy and assortment of speeches. drinks and cigars. of course the giants now advance to the national league championship series where they'll take on the cardinals in st. louis beginning saturday evening. we have team coverage tonight. first things first. the party continues in san francisco. jean elle at the ballpark. covering celebrations for the past five years. >> has it been that long, raj. i will tell you always a good time. but boy is it stressful getting here. fans right now are still celebrating. but they were on pins and needles tonight. from the first pitch to the last pitch. tonight. players and fans delivered for a win. i feel amazing right now. i could explode. an explosion of giants pride
erupts. giants beat the nationals and advance to the nlcs. giants favorite, steve perry, got the crowd on its feet. from a packed mccovey, to standing room only at the fence. fans were fired up and armed with a little lady luck. it's the jacket. >> i found the material in a store. i sent it away. had somebody make it into a blazer. >> makes good and delivers a winning record. >> here for the world series, pablo hit three home runs. most are eager to share their lucky charm. >> this was a broom for a sweep. i turned it into the magic wand. >> necklace. orange. and, a ring that is orange and black. because it represents the giants. >> season ticket holder, don spikes has a different strategy. >> i can't tell you what it is. >> reporter: a secret he has confidence in. >> the dodgers lost. the lucky charm is working
already. >> reporter: along with the players fans delivered the best they could. >> an orange jacket because i couldn't find a giants' jacket. so this was the best i could get. >> tonight a stadium wide effort got the win. >> we have the best team. we keep winning world series. we are going to win another one. oh, my god. >> i got to till you i watched the last inning of the game with a fan that could not look at the field. he said he was just too nervous. tonight fans have a couple days to regroup before the next nerve-racking series. reporting live in san francisco. jean elle, bay area news. >> time to take a deep breath. we have come to expect it with the giants. always a little torture. always a lot of drama. geraud moncure joins us. tonight was the night. i told you. >> you called it. mad props, jessica. wasn't pretty. doesn't have to be. it has to be three wins. giants found a way to sort of manufacture three runs. and send the favorite washington nationals packing back to the
east coast three games to one. and hanging on to a 2-1 lead. jason worth. rocket to the arch ways. hung up on the course. catches the ball. hangs on t they will get help from aaron barrett. and scores for a 3-2 go-ahead run. wilson ramos had no shot to block that one. proved the winner in a 3-2 victory. >> the energy in this place to night was amazing. always is. tonight especially they brought it for us. we needed it. just glad we could finish up in front of them. >> coming up later in sports. more on the giants' celebration as they move on to the nlcs against the cardinals. >> amazing how we keep doing
this. the seven game series, begins in st. louis on saturday. the series shifts to san francisco. next to tuesday, wednesday, thursday. giants coverage also on our nbc bay area twitter page. we post multiple in game updates. >> breaking news out of san francisco. police are investigating an officer involved shooting. we don't know a lot. we do know it happened near 2nd and bryant. blocks from at & t park. san francisco police are there. at this point though it is unclear who was shot or why an officer fired at that person. but of course we will continue to look into it. other breaking news, deadly crash of a cal fire tanker near yosemite park. within the last hour we received confirmation the pilot has died. he crashed while helping battle a new wildfire. one that started earlier today. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney is in mariposa county with more on the crash site and efforts to get to it. >> reporter: yeah, that fire, dog rock fire.
still burning tonight. you can look up there and see the flames. we have a full moon tonight. despite that you can see the flames up against the night sky. still burning on the mountain behind me. again we are west of the western entrance of yosemite national park. take a look at the map. where all this is happening. the fire, about a mile west of the entrance to yosemite. and, now the plane that crashed, an s 2,000. tanker, carries fire retardant. that's what it was sent up to do. shortly after the fire broke out at 2:30 this afternoon. we are told, 4:30, 2. 30. after the fire broke out. two hours after the plane crashed into the mountainside. killing the pilot. one person on board. the pilot. crews had to battle through rough ter ran to get to that site to confirm that he was dead. and they say the plane pretty much disintegrated. famently asking his name is not released. the fire by the way in its first two hours, burned 135 acres.
it was moving rapidly. they don't take any chances. they hit it with everything they have got. that's why they called in the tanker. again. carrying about 1200 gallons of fire retardant. and it crashed into the hillside. as far as the fire seems to be look down. it is much cooler here now to night. there is, seems to be some humidity here. we can see the flames here. and again, in the distance, but, of course the story tonight, is the death of a pilot. and again. he has the not been identified. but has been confirmed that he died, fighting this fire. live near yosemite. terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >> tragic night for cal fire. thank you, terry. we invite you to stay with nbc bay area for continuing coverage of the air tanker crash. we will have the latest on the crash tomorrow morning. on today in the bay. that begins at 4:30. >> a unique plan to fund neighborhood security in san jose is being shot down by city leadersment some say it is a political ploy. san jose right now has an enviable issue.
a $17 million budget surplus. $17 million. city councilman, pro posed taking $2 million from that surplus, to combat the recent surge in home burglaries. he wants to subsidize city residents for buying items, alarm systems and security cameras. the council mixed the idea. members plan to use sur flus hire additional police officers. take a look what is happening in free mont. a string of weekend thefts. caught on surveillance video. three tech businesses were hit. here is the video. police believe the same men were involved in all three crimes. close to $2 million worth of computers and video production equipment were stolen. >> we are all terrified of being here late at night now. >> not like the people went door to door. just happened to get this. they were definitely. >> workers say criminals cased it out the week before. by claiming to be building inspectors. they also say burglars cut phone lines and network cables before they entered.
>> now to our on going coverage of the ebola virus. santa clara county health leaders say they're getting ready in case. there is only one confirmed case in texas. but the health department is working closely with local hospitals and doctors to make sure they clearly understand what to look for and what questions to ask. especially important. checking travel histories. asking patients whether they have been to the ebola hot zone of liberia, guinea, sierra lee yoen. they're watching closely and learning from other hospitals, treating ebola patients. >> one is the crucial, crucial importance of identifying a person infected with ebola early. to do that that means education awareness among health care providers. >> health oi officials say there is gaps in their plans. they need to identify a company trained to remove and transport infectious waste and find place for people who may have been
exposed to the ebola virus to live while quarantined. now, signs of improvement tonight for that liberian man, battling the virus at a dallas hospital. doctors say thomas duncan's temperature and blood pressure are become to there mall. days after he received that experimental drug. >> every checkup i had. my doctors have all. >> surviving -- >> so i knew i was a survivor. i was going to keep on surviving. >> surviving and thriving. the heart transplant this local woman received when she was 2 years old making history now. >> trouble for the actor who played pastor on the hit show "seventh heaven" the crime he is accused of committing against girls. >> want have to keep it real on
facebook much longer. a plan to help you hide your true identity. >> good evening. i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. our weather underground time-lapse network. we had fog that quickly advanced. we are tracking the fog tonight the we will have details on who will be close to the 40s for tomorrow. and when temperatures could surge close to 100 again in just a few minutes. insurance companies are spending millions of dollars trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too.
i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46. tomorrow is a big day. celebrating 30 years. not a wedding anniversary nor decade on the job. she will be celebrating 30 years of life with her
transplant heart. america's longest living pediatric heart transplant recipient. the heart she got as a baby has proven strong as an adult. nbc bay area's cheryl hurd is live in palo alto. you met her at the hospital there for a reunion of sorts? >> she was a wonderful woman. in fact i got a chance to meet her parents. i actually met the doctor who place herd new heart in her body, 30 years ago. and i met her new husband. all made possible because 30 years ago some one gave lizzy the gift of life. this t-shirt is proof shes ren'tly ran a half marathon in san jose. this baby picture showing her scar is proof she is a survivor. >> they told my parents, life expectancy with a new transplant was five years. and here i am today, hitting 30 years. >> 30 years with the same heart. a heart she received when she
was 2 years old. >> i let people find out on their own. growing up my mom would tell me. and i feel look people would always be like, oh, is she going to need an oxygen tank. is she okay going to be able to walk. >> she is walking, running marathons and living her life as america's longest surviving pediatric heart transplant recipient to live with an original donor heart. >> the time, you know, one of the big questions, will that heart grow? lizzy was within of the patients who pioneered this. so that we could actually do the studies that showed that in fact hearts, hearts would grow if you put them into young children. >> doctors here at lucille children's hospital stanford have done countless heart transplants like this one since 1984. but bringing together lizzy, her parents, stanford medical family from 30 years ago and her new husband made this anniversary special. >> how did she say? >> why do i have to take all these pills? i said, because -- you're dying
and you were taking all these pills. they weren't helping you. so now you have a heart transplant and you are going to grow. you are going to be well. >> lizzy is doing well. is strong. and looking ahead to the future. >> now, lizzy's parents know what it is look to lose children to heart disease. in fact, they lost three children to the same genetic heart defect that lizzy has. they also have a son who has had two heart transplants, but he is surviving. not sure how lizzy will celebrate her 30th birthday tomorrow. reporting live, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> incredible story. thank you, cheryl. >> a new twist for facebook. soon you will be able to use facebook anonymously under a specifically designed app. social networking site is working on an app that allows users to interact without using their real names or even a name at all. it is still not ser ton if that app will work in concert with
face book's main site. under fire for preventing people from using made up identities. the new facebook app expected to roll out in coming weeks. new at 11:00 for weeks they have been complaining abut levi stadium. tonight complaints were heard. will anything be done about it. nbc bay area's reporter was at the crucial meeting in santa clara tonight. >> reporter: the 49ers are used to people putting their hand in the air for their team. tonight these people had questions. and concerns about the stadium on game day not praise. questions from people around the stadium. answers from the police department. and the 49ers vice president of stadium operations. one of the biggester use, noise. specifically, planes flying around the stadium. >> in addition because of the noise. the foghorn. helicopters buzzing overhead. the other noises you end up shutting all your doors and
windows and so you have this sort of, put all these restrictions on your lifestyle. >> traffic worries in emergency situations. how would fire or paramedics got through or get out? you are being held hostage in the house. try to accommodate the game schedules by doing my hair rand before the game. >> the 49ers say traffic in proved. the average time to get out has been cut significantly. >> first game. one of the lots. took 1:23. >> the 49ers and police will take the issues back and try to incorporate them into their game day plan. >> listen to it. try to figure out if we can, make the changes if we can make them we will. if we can't. we will find out why. maybe comb pre is my on areas where we couldn't. but we will take it seriously. like we do. >> in santa clara. >> a lot to work out there. let's turn things over to chief meteorologist, jeff ranieri, a beautiful look at san francisco.
>> yes, the san francisco giants heading to the nlcs, of course. and in awesome style tonight. we had a little fog around the stadium. you could still see the bay bridge, rather back here behind us. but right down into the city. again. plenty of fog at the current moment. the fog. helped drop temperatures. check out the north bay. 55 degrees. 57 in san francisco. it hasn't been 67p in the east bay at 11:00 at night here. in all of october. so, you are starting to feel at least a little bit of relief. down here in the south bay right now. 60 degrees. the clear sky we have got in the south bay, probably, some incredible weather we think here to got a view of the lunar eclipse. happening from 2:14 to 4:24. set the clock for a couple hours. want to see that. should have a fantastic view. get back on over here. and get you into the morning forecast. with temperatures this cool in the mid 50s in the north bay. we are going to be close to the 40s in the north bay.
in fact, a little built of wind kicks of going to feel like the 40s. the jacket and also check it out in the south bay. sending the kids to school. a cold one for you. take-up to the forecast. we have westerly winds. 5 to 15 miles an hour. importing the cool pacific air. stay in place for tomorrow as well. that will mean a second consecutive day. starting off with fog. here is the important thing. it's not going to be a total fog storm tomorrow. i think we will have clear skies in the north bay. east bay. south bay. traveling to san francisco. expect areas of low clouds. across the bay to oakland. done to hey ward. free mont as well. as we head throughout, 10:00, 11:00. see that clear out for sunny skies in the afternoon. microclimate forecast is probably some of the most comfortable weather i think we have had for all of october. finally starting to see, the results of that cooling wind. san jose expecting 84 degrees tomorrow. sunny skies.
morgan hill on the hotter side. 91. across the peninsula. classic mix of weather. pacifica. 65. palo alto. san francisco in the 60s. whether at the coastline out there near ocean beach or in soma. looking at upper 60s. north bay, east bay, trivalley. trivalley will be out of the 90s. at least for pleasantton. livermore with 80s coming our way. by this upcoming weekend. temperatures get turned back up again. we have mid 90s in the trivalley. sunday. most importantly. san francisco going up to the 80s. heading to fleet week. no fog expected the great for viewing, you guys. >> thank you very much, jeff. still ahead. a popular actor under investigation. we'll have details for you. >> also we have jimmy. >> hey, raj, jessica, bay area, kristen stewart my guest. arty lang, and naz is here. you have got to watch. we are on next!
>> the actor, pastor and father on seventh heaven is under investigation tonight for allegedly molesting three underaged girls. the nypd looking into the accusation against steven collins after a 54-year-old woman filed a complaint alleging, collins molested her when she was 14. quol linz confessed to his estranged wife who secretly recorded comments. collins has not been charged and made no public comments. >> actor jennifer lawrence is blasting the hackers and the people who looked at her nude photos stolen from apple aye cloud accounts. she considers what happened a sex crime. and says people who looked at those photos are just as guilty as the hackers. >> let's get back to breaking news, an air tanker crashed, and terry mcsweeney jones us, sad news was that the pilot was found dead. >> yeah, that was confirmed a short time ago. his name not released at request of the family.
what we have been doing for past 20 minutes is watching flames atop the mountain behind us. at time that they really do, jump up. and are very visible against the dark night sky. there is more flames. maybe a mile, from that. the fire spread a bit from where it started. take a look at where we are. fire started near the entrance. western send trance on highway 140. yosemite national park. we have individually to show you of what the flames looked like. this is the dog rock fire. it started about 2:30 this afternoon. at 4:30, the plane was sent up to fight it. a tanker. s 2,000. carried 1,200 gallons of fire retardant. called in. crashed into the mountain. disintegrated. the pilot its dead. his family is asking his name not be released. back to you. >> terry, thank you. back in a moment. stay with us. latte or au lait? cozy or cool?
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back to d.c. for game five. pick it up in the top six. and clinging to a lead. jason worth. and offering. hunter pence to the rescue. hauling in the catch of the post season. the fans ecstatic over the rally killing grab. top seventh. 2-1, giants. strickland. harper. nothing stopping this rally. harper take him deep for the second time in the series. the ball finding the cove. suddenly tied at 2-2. bottom seventh. bases loaded for pablo sandoval. throws the wild pitch. ramos no shot. and joe panic scores. run, 3-2. afterwards they walk sandoval. ramos to the back stop. buster posey heading home. ramos makes a great play. posey is out. ninth inning. harper on first. after a walk. and castilla.
the giants win. they will face the cardinals in the nlcs again. >> to be able to do it at home. and you know take what we took. you know a lot of hard work. a lot of, lot of pulling every last bit. you know a lot of will. you know, collective effort from the fans from the players from the management. just, a great feeling and honor to have the opportunity to go to the nlcs. >> doesn't matter how you get it done. just matter that you get it done. we do that today. we had good at-bats through the lineup. when you do that you put pressure on the team. and, the last couple runs. >> nabb's will stronger than theirs. or desire that is deeper than that. they were determined not to get back on the plane and go to washington. all about them. you know, fun to see a group of guy that come together. that are so unselfish. play with so much grit. >> now, earlier today. dodgers, cardinals. game four. saint louis. must win for l.a. bottom seventh. dodgers. adams.
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google's popular street view goes a little wild. today unveiled images for trails in 14 state parks, including angel island. google releasing video showing the length is it went to get the shots. operators used customized backpacks. went hiking throughout the trails. >> very interesting. reminder, covering the yosemite fire overnight hours and the plane crash that killed that pilot. we begin our coverage tomorrow morning in our morning show at 4:30. >> hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye. have a good night. tonight, join jimmy and his