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lawmakers were at work and there was furious firing. [ gunfiring ]. >> the gunman was shot dead by sergeant-at-arms kevin vickers and police fanned out. just two days ago two soldiers in montreal were run down, one killed by a suspect said to have ties to isis. canada has sent six war planes to help bomb isis and that looks like retaliation. >> these are government targets exactly what isis is pushing towards people to attack. >> president obama said the u.s. is on alert even though it is not clear what happened or why
in canada. zblrz we have to remain vijellent. >> we are . >> we are treeating this very seriously. >> chilling to see that video in canada's parliament building. our coverage will continue at 5:30. back here at home, calling for an investigation, not only san jose city leaders but the police union, this after police reported head of the union may be sabotaging the recruitment process by encouraging cadets to quit. we are live at the police department. robert. >> that's right, the mayor
called for an investigation into the police union and the police union responded into what has turned into, literally, a war of words. >> she's an aattorney and not used to being a key witness but could be soon. she wrote an opinion piece which stated in essence during academy orientation she heard jim undland tell cadets quick because it didn't help the union's cause -- she acknowledges she didn't hear him say quit but it was clearly implied. >> the bottom line is the message was delivered by jim during his introduction that it would be better for us to not be part of the fcp because it under cut their cause. >> he wants an independent
investigate to investigate as well. >> this appears an effort to under mine the police department for personal gain. >> they fired back saying it was designed to help sam ricardo's campaign. several people also signed sworn declarations. >> i was present during that time when it occurred and at no time did mr. undland use the words that they should quit for the good of the department. >> last minute trick by a campaign that is losing in the polls and is getting desperate. i never told recruits to quit. now two people in the sacramento area are being monitored for ebola. they don't have any symptoms but recently travelled to west africa. also today another set of travel rules went into effect everyone arriving from guinea,
s ebola-stricken countries. they have to take their temperature daily and report results to officials. good news in the ebola fight, ashoka mukpo was released after being declared ebola-free. >> there was a lot of rough moments in this thing and there's still a lot of other rough moments for people out there but for me personally i'm so fortunate to be alive. >> today amber vincent was also declared ebola-free and her coworker nina pham is upgraded to good condition. for more tune into nightly news at 5:30. well, it's way below minimum wage, a south bay tech company fined for paying workers $1.21
per hour. the penalty against freemont based electronics imagining known as efi, they flew in technicians from india to install computers, instead of dollars they were paid in indian pay. the company has to pay back more than $40,000 in back wages. a body was found in a dumpster. they are still working on identifying him. no word on possible cause of dea death. well the losses weren't huge but the flames were. a massive fire lighting up the sky in gill roy this morning, stacks of wooden palettes and bails of hey destroyed a barn
around 4:30 a.m. on a property owned by a trucking company just east of downtown gilroy. the owner thinks it is no accident. >> we've had some run ins the with guys on the streets a couple times already. >> investigators say they have not yet determined the cause of this fire. a somber anniversary in the north bay filled with sadness and anger. calls for justice continue as friends and family mark the one year anniversary of many a boy who was targeted by a sheriff's deputy who mistakenly the toy gun he was holding was real. lopez has not been forgotten by this community. >> he certainly has not. neighbors and friends gathered here where the shooting took
place one year ago today. they are holding a community pot luck and vigil and they say the pain of losing andy is so, so fresh. >> his only crime was walking while brown. >> dozens of students and community members gathered at sonoma state university to remember 13-year-old andy lopez, one year ago today the eighth grader was gunned down by sheriff's deputy who mistook the gun he was carrying for a real one. >> i feel sad thinking about him. i mean, i just want him to know he didn't do anything wrong. >> it's a year later and, you know, the officer has been exxon rated, he's back to work. >> tonight at the very sight where the shooting happened, friends and neighbors are coming together saying the loss of andy is every bit as painful as it
was one year ago and they want him to know they haven't forgotten. >> that we all care for him and that we all love him. >> that we are here to look for justice. because this wasn't a tragedy like everybody says, no, this was a cold-blooded killing. >> we're back here live now. these messages of support that you're seeing have been tweeted in from all over the world. andy's family has put out a statement saying they are very grateful for all of the support saying that andy is in their hearts and minds in every moment of every day. live in santa rosa. >> thank you jodie. while she's getting better, the woman who was rescued off mt. hamilton in the south bay last week has been upgraded to fair condition. she spent the night stuck in her
car after driving into a steep ravine. police found her with the "find my phone app". in a rare interview, we have video of stowe in june when he was in court in a civil lawsuit against the l.a. dodgers. last night he spoke about his love of the dodgers and what he remembers from the night of the attack. he is using a walker but said his goal is to, quote, walk like a normal person and even run. he now lives with his parents. still to come a perp behind bars, the bay area person wiring inmalts with tab elts. the way to use smart phone technology to find the most candy this halloween.
election is coming up november 4th is that what all of your voting material says, some voters are dealing with an error. what's being done to fix it coming up. our weather coming up, areas of high clouds passing over today. we are tracking two quickly advancing storm systems. details in ten minutes. and coming up at 6:00. it could save lives. it's the right thing to do for our community. >> the plan to make buildings safer during a earthquake. new at 6:00.
county. machines printed the wrong date on thousands of nflenvelopes. we are live in berkeley with the apology from elected officials and what they are now doing. >> as voters just strictly fo followed the information on the envelope, if they did that, their ballot would be turned in late. so now they are trying to get the word out to he fix it. >> vincent is mailing his ballot well in advance of the election. but the ballot and inserts had the correct date but noticed return envelopes from berkeley, 27,000 were sent with a wrong
election date. >> it didn't get to my office to check. it was entirely within the printer operation with their re-print process. when something gets damaged they reprint and in this case they didn't run it by us to approve of it. >> he says he's taking steps to assure it doesn't happen again and they are mailing new notices to voters. >> hopefully the word will get out that people won't look at that, otherwise they may mail it in late. >> it's really surprising. >> back here live, they wanted to stress that these vote by mail ballots have to be received november 4th, post marked by that time, well you would be too late, they say right before the election they will send out yet another round of notifications. >> thank you christie. they are still without
healthy drinking water in east san jose. some people waiting for the water company to fix the problem. the water has tested positive for ecoli, roughly 300 people have been told they need to boil their drinking water but it is safe for washing clothes and the dishes. the water company is working on bringing more bottled water. the notice to boil water effects people on sydney drive as well as raleigh drive in east san jose. according to the san francisco sheriff's department workers handed out 145 tablets at the county jail this morning. they cost more than a quarter of a million dollars. three agencies picked up the tab including the adult probation
department. but the access has been locked. inmates can only access four secure websites, including a law library. okay. check the calendar, halloween is around the corner and of course we have an app for that. >> of course. we have ai way to stay safe while you get your candy. live in san jose with the trick or treat tech tip. >> we don't normally associate halloween with technology but this is silicon valley and a company has a way to use your phone to find candy safely. trick or treating is a long time tradition on halloween. if a bay area company has its way, trick or treating with smart phones also be a tradition. this is ceo of "next door" kind of a social network for your neighborhood. this year you can use that
neighborhood to trick or treat. next door calls it a treat map. a place to find out where to go to get the most candy. >> these are the people who want to celebrate halloween. you can find those places easily. >> the bigger picture is safety. >> for any parent you want to know your child is safe. >> and knowing where it is okay to go. >> i think we will check it out on the computer and know here's a good block, we're going to get a good run here. >> the treat map is live right now for users of next door. coming up tonight at 6:00 we will show you a way to find out which neighborhoods in the bay area are giving out most candy this halloween. >> big data, very important d a data. >> halloween still a week and half away i'm already dress the
for the occasion. >> you got the giants down, halloween, it's multi-functional shirt. only thing to add is some umbrella action. we will talk about the rain fall coming up. take a look outside at the skycam, it is beautiful across the entire coast line. not seeing a sign of rain fall at least from this view. we will look from the satellite view from space, you can see significant changes here. cold front sitting off shore already beginning to produce cloud cover and showers off to the north. we will talk about chances of getting rain fall from that in just a moment. i want to take you outside. by all accounts it has been a beautiful day. right now 72 across the north bay. 69 across san francisco. mixed with sun and high clouds. 65 on the east shore. south bay 72. comfortable conditions. high clouds, right now beginning to clear out.
looks like a nice night coming our way, clear skies yet again for tomorrow morning. as we head throughout thursday there will be key differences here. temperatures won't change a lot but everyone will deal with some sort of cloud cover and we'll have a possible shower in the mix. so expecting 76 degrees. close to 80 in morgan hill. it will stay cool in pacifica with 67. san francisco will have a chance of showers. not a big storm system. may need the umbrella for a little bit throughout the day and we will hold temperatures in the 60s. we will have the highest risk of any kind of showers up into marin and sonoma counties. napa 75. back towards walnut creek, partly cloudy skies at 77, and the storm system tomorrow, it's
not going to swing far enough south to give us chances in the tri-valley so we'll again stay dry. we will detail the next two storm systems, 6:00 a.m. on thursday, mainly off to the north. you can see what happens as we advance this the storm falls apart by 5:00 p.m. on thursday. we can't rule out isolated chance of showers by evening hours on thursday. the better chance of any kind of rain coming our way is by friday, the storm has slowed down and got weaker, so by 10:00 p.m. friday we won't see it move in until saturday. lasting until 8:00 a.m. and will eventually clear out. not only the wet weather but the wind, our computer is now
picking up on winds. could be up to 30 miles an hour gusting out of the south. saturday wet and windy with tenth of an inch of rain fall. as for the world series. temps in the 60s and saturday and sunday in the 60s with areas of fog. lots happening. sit back and relax. >> we will. still ahead going where no robot has gone before. the new tool going deep underground keeping your neighborhood safe.
while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46.
. the sign of the times, robots could help our pipe line safety. pg & e's newest inspection tool looks like a toy but is state-of-the-art. take a look. it fits in large pipe lines. it bounces ultrasonic waves off the pipe looking for dense pipes and corrosion. >> our customers will see the benefit of safer more reliable service and they will see less destruction to their community. >> could be very helpful. jobs that used to take days the robot can perform in just hours. it is still in the testing stage. utility hopes to put one to work full time next year. fighting back against crime
by getting you involved is the goal of the freemont police department. tonight the police department is holding a workshop to teach people how to install the cameras and give advice which cameras are the most effective nkts some kids got a much-needed present today. hundreds showed up to build the children a new playground. kaboom built most of the project. they build similar schools around the country. most of the students come from less-privileged back grounds. we aulll of a sudden . we always do this right during dinner. san jose has two new
restaurants. one serves asian quiz ian, has the highest ranging can it get. also new saison just up from the at&t park. and french laundry maintained 3 star status. zbl book now and get reservations in three months. >> i need to go. at&t park is getting a make over. that's next. look at all these children. they all lost their lives because of
preventable medical errors, now the third leading cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to make sure impaired doctors don't treat someone you love. safeguards against prescription drug abuse. and holds the medical industry accountable for mistakes. i'm barbara boxer. let's save lives. vote yes on 46.
coming up at 6:00, more on a developing story at the white house. here's a live look, it's about 8:30 east coast time. another fence jumper was apprehended this evening by the secret service. the jumper got about 20 yards from the fence before he was tackled by officers and dogs. a few weeks ago another jumper made it into the white house. we will have new developments at 6:00. after tonight's game in kansas city the world series is coming back to san francisco. workers are wasting no time to get ready for game three on friday. they spent the day painting world series logos and washing the seats. it has hosted 7 world series games so far, with the giants winning six of them. hopefully will keep it going this weekend.
>> nightly news is next. >> bye. on our broadcast tonight, shots fired in canada's halls of power. a soldier and suspect both dead. the capital city placed on lockdown. and in this country the fbi put on alert. free and clear, our nbc news cameraman fresh out of the hospital talking with us tonight about surviving ebola. sudden impact, a new warning about those defective airbags. passengers a now being told to stay out of the front seat until it's fixed. and making a difference, in detroit a sanctuary for young people that was in danger of closing until so many of you stepped up. "nightly news" begins now. from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. good evening. this was an awful day for