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news. popular mall. d killed near a and the chase to find the shooters ... spans several right now at 11:00, breaking news, a man shot and killed near a poplar mall and a chase to find the shooters spanned several cities. the news at 11:00 starts right now. good evening. i'm jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. there's a crime scene near the hails dale shopping sent. nbc bay area ian cohl is in san mateo. what do we know at this hour? >> reporter: yeah, raj.
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we are about 3500 block of south el camino real and this shooting happened behind a chase bank and pet smart in the parking lot where police say is mostly used by residents in one of the many apartment complexes around here. it is unclear if the victim lived in the area. san mateo police say some of those residents heard gunshots and called 911 just before 7:00 tonight. they found a 31-year-old man shot multiple times. he was pronounced dead at the scene, then somehow police identified the suspect's car not far from here and began chasing it. we obtained video that show the two suspects being arrest. the police went to san mateo, 92 wus bound, northbound 101 and ended in san francisco. this was shot at market and octavia where the two men were stopped and arrested. >> thankfully there was not a lot of traffic and it didn't create a danger. given the nature of what they
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were doing it was necessary they do what they did. we got them in custody when they yielded at the scene of the stop. >> reporter: detectives are trying to find out what led to the shooting. police say it is an isolated shooting and not random violence. they believe victim and sus spelkts knew each other. as they continue to investigate and collect evidence they want to make sure there are no more suspects in this case. that's why they will be here overnight from this shooting here in san mateo tonight where 31-year-old man was shot dead. reporting live, ian cohl, "nbc bay area news." >> ian, thank you. now to south bay, they got their man. an investigator say tips from the public led to his arrest. 56-year-old david lee russell is behind bars tonight for attacking and trying to kidnap two women in san jose. the sex offender was arrested this morning. nbc bay area's taker railway mcsweeney talked to women in the willow glen enabled who are relieved he is off the street.
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>> reporter: it was near here at mer i had y meridian and hamilton he allegedly attacked his first victim. people this this enabled and other areas of san jose are being credited with the arrest of 56-year-old david lee russell who is in san jose jail tonight. >> is a an example of the community working together with the police, how we quickly and efficiently take somebody off the streets, especially someone as dangerous as this guy we were laing for. >> reporter: police say russell was arrested near oakland road and charles street about 9:30 this morning. he shaved his mustache and goatee but the public wasn't fooled. >> i shared the story on facebook and instagram and had a lot of family members and friends reach out to me because i live in willow glen, making me aware of the situation. showing the picture of the gentleman. >> reporter: in the august attack in willow glen and second
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attack in hillsdale near highway 87 last week russell is alleged to have tried to incapacitate and kidnap the women. >> it was a violent attack and these ladies did what they had to do to survive. >> reporter: is pleased the attacker is off the streets of the neighborhood, but what happened here stays with her. >> i think it is a safe place, i live down the street. to think things like that happen, it makes me scared. >> reporter: san jose police is not saying what russell may have been doing on roek land road or how you tried to incapacitate his victims but they're saying a grateful thank you to the public tonight. terry mcsweeney, "nbc bay area news." new details in the arrest of former 49ers' player bruce miller. we learned he had other run ins before the hotel fight that got him arrested. this gash over his eye the agent sid required multiple stitches. he is accused of beating a
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70-year-old man and son at a hotel. a manager said he stumbled into the restaurant and was hungry but had no cash. >> he tried to take someone's sandwich and, of course, you know, the guest was not having that. >> manager says miller was escorted out but three hours later he was in handcuffs can accused of hitting two hotel guests including the 70-year-old who reportedly suffered broken bones in his face. his new life began today. former stanford swimmer brock turner registered as a sex offender in ohio. his mother stood behind trying to block turner by her sweater. turner filled out paperwork. he has to register with the sheriff's office every three months. turner was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on stanford campus last year. he was later banned from setting foot on the campus. police are now receiving complaints about the protesters
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outside of turner's family home. 34 cats abandoned nevada. you are looking at surveillance video which shows a group of people dumping the cats in the middle of the night. the staff says it is not the first time. nbc bay area's jean elle joins live in nevada with more on who the cat dumpers are and what's the purpose. >> reporter: that group of three people that you just saw left a pile of boxes with 34 cats inside here at after hours receiving. the marin county humane society believes the same group of people have been here five times in the past four years. a security camera captures three people in a blue vehicle dropping off box after box at the marin humane society, ringing the buzzer at after hours receiving at 3:30 and taking off. inside the boxes 34 cats, kittens and adults. >> it is kitten season, the
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worst time. >> the shelter is short on space. it will cost about $500 to prepare each one for adoption. >> this is current. >> reporter: staff here believe these cats were living inside with someone. >> all of their nails were pretty long, which makes us believe they weren't outside. you know, they didn't file down. but overall these cats are really pretty friendly. >> reporter: a letter of apology came with the delivery. it says a friend's great grandmother bonnie had too many babies. the director of shelter services wonders how many more cats bonnie has. she's hoping to offer some help. >> and this could have been avoided, spay and neuter could have avoided this. that's why we want to know who they are, make sure the cats are healthy but help spay neuter so this doesn't happen again. >> reporter: this isn't the first time boxes of black and white and gray caps have been left. this is video from 2014. >> we believe it is the same group of people who brought cats to us before. in fact, the fifth time in four years. >> reporter: the marin humane society believes the group has
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dropped off a total of 130 cats. it says it is past time to stop the breeding cycle. now, workers here say they're not interested in getting anyone in trouble, they're just interested in ending the cycle. they're also interested in getting cats adopted out. starting tomorrow they will be waiving the adoption fees for cats over five-months old. reporting live in nevado, jean elle, "nbc bay area news.." search is on for a permanent police chief in san francisco. so far the city has received 60 ap reply indications for the job. tomorrow a recruiter will give a presentation on the search as well as feedback on what people are looking for in a chief. neck week applications will be reviewed in a close session followed by interviews in october. three candidates eventually will be sent to the mayor who will make the final decision. among those hoping to get the job is interim chief tony chaplain. chaplain, as you know, took over from former chief who resigned amid controversy over allegations of police brutality.
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this is now crunch time, after labor day. the presidential race historically kicks into high gear, and donald trump is smiling according to a new cnn poll trump has a slight lead over hillary clinton. however, mrs. clinton dominates the more critical electoral vote projection. today both candidates focused on military issues. you see donald trump campaigning in virginia beach, mocking clinton's toughness. >> russia, hillary likes to play tough with russia. putin looks at her and laughs. >> mrs. clinton was in tampa charging that trump would be dangerous at commander-in-chief. >> he's very loose in his talk about nukes. he says he doesn't care if other countries get them. doesn't know why they haven't been used already. >> and there's a local angle to all of this. clinton campaign office in san francisco is now open. the new hillary for california
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office will be a central hub for supporters to organize. both candidates will speak separately tomorrow night on our first-ever commander-in-chief forum. you can watch on nbc bay area at 5:00 and then again at 8:00. matt lauer will host. >> a california student missing for 20 years but tonight there's a new twist in this cold case. >> reporter: they came from all over the world to pray. i will tell you their goal and the tool they plan to use to get there. >> also get ready rks apple will be announcing its new product tomorrow morning. we have a sneak peek of what to expect. good evening, i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. clear skies right now across san francisco. we are tracking morning forecast and hotter temperatures tomorrow in a few minutes.
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you're watching "nbc bay
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area news" with the bay area's biggest investigative unit holding the powerful accountable. nbc bay area, we investigate. a new twist in a 20--year-old cold case. velgtors have launched a new search for a missing cal poly student. 19-year-old kristin smart disappeared without a trace over memorial day weekend back in 1996. today two dozen fbi agents and sheriff's deputies began digging in an area overlooking the campus. specifically -- excuse me, specially trained detection dogs identified that area which sits on a hillside. so far no word on if anything has been found. well, cuts across age, race and religion, crime at the top of the list of problems in america. hundreds of people gathered in oakland to address the problem by bowing their heads in brar tonight. nbc bay area cheryl hurd is live in oakland with the first summit of its kind held on the west
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coast. >> reporter: that's right, people have come together from different faiths in the bay area before, but this summit brought people from all over the world, and the common denominator was peace. whether the prayer comes from christians, buddhists or muslims -- >> guide us in the path of peace. >> reporter: the common thread here at cathedral christ the light catholic church in oakland was peace. >> in my experience, theñi dialogue is very, very important to make people understand if we have diverse, different religion, different faiths, different cultures, but we all are the same. >> reporter: especially when you talk about violent crime in communities. >> fighting crime takes more than prayers, but the unity of the community to build a peaceful future absolutely is an important contributing factor. >> reporter: a factor florence mccrary has been praying for. >> my son was raised in a house of prayer. >> reporter: her 22-year-old son terence was shot and killed last
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month after leaving a party in downtown oakland. the shooter is still on the loose. she came to the summit looking for comfort and answers to violence in communities. >> we first have to recognize we have a problem, and we have to address it headon. it is systemic. >> reporter: not only here in oakland where the overall crime rate is down, but a problem all over the world. those who believe in prayer are hoping interfaith dialogue will bring answers, answers florence mccontrarary says must come soo >> these children are witnessing crimes in the streets where they live. when is enough enough? >> reporter: organizers of the summit hope to bring it back next year. >> a group of sea scouts need help getting boat back on water. 15 young girls and boys and one adult leader were rescued from the san francisco bay on saturday afternoon after their
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boat cap sized near aquatic park. the group, which is part of the boy scouts of america, says it will cost about $50,000 to pay for repairs and lost gear. they've created a gofundme page. so far they've raised nearly $7,000 in donations. it is a techies version of christmas eve. we are hours away from unveiling of iphone 7 in san francisco. the biggest speculation seems to be over audio. traditionally apple shifts phones with ear buds, but there are now indications the new iphone is wireless, meaning no head phone jack. there's also speculation that the new iphone is water resistant. as always, you have to be patient. consumers have to wait a few weeks before orders are shipped. >> i hope it is interesting. i love the product. if it is interesting i will get my wife and i a new one. my kids will be upset, but that's how is rolls. >> that is how it rolls. the cupertino tech giant is
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expected to unveil its new watch. we will have complete coverage of tomorrow's event. business reporter scott budman will be there live as new products are unveiled, and will be posting latest on the social media platforms. water resistant is big. i can't tell you how many times i dropped it in water. >> oh, really? oh, my gosh. jessica is getting one tomorrow. >> in the beach, many times. >> i'm all about the headphones, they pop out of my ears. >> jeff is always the first one, we are about a year or two behind. >> i think i still have the iphone 3. >> i hate to break it to you guys but i got a little bit before upgrades. a little bit before i get it in here. the nbc bay area weather app has excellent information on it. it is available at the app store. we get a look at today. it was very warm out here, but not good enough for record. santa rosa hit 91. san francisco a mild 76. livermore a hot 95. san jose airport at 87.
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temperatures nonetheless were between five to 15 degrees above average. as we get a look outside in walnut creek we still have a mild 70 degrees. temperatures dropping into the 60s by midnight. we will stay with those 60s all the way through 6:00 a.m. relative humidity also of note is very dry right now at 35%. a look into tomorrow morning's forecast and we will start with little in the way of fog across san francisco and 55 degrees for east bay, 64, and for the peninsula will begin at 56. the large changes we under go have all been a result of this area of high pressure off-shore. that stays in place for the next 24 hours. not only helping to produce the heat, but also deceiting air quality. spare-the-air day in effect with worst air quality across east bay and also for the south bay. if you suffer from respiratory problems, tomorrow will be a tough-go for you, even allergy sufferers may want to limit outdoor exposure. as we get a look at microclimate forecast on wednesday, no 100s
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in south bay but above average. mid-90s in morgan hill. san jose 93. mild at the beaches and 69. some of the warmest weather we've had in weeks across palo alto and 87 degrees. check other san francisco, too. a rare day with mid-70s, financial district at 76 for high. north bay, east bay and for the tri-valley hottest temperatures interior valley also of contra costa, livermore one of the hottest with a heat event up to 98 degrees. off-shore wind will warm up mill valley to 86 degrees. we will find very, very drastic changes once we hit thursday's forecast. the fog, watch it build back here from the south once we hit thursday morning. that will be good enough to start our cooling trend. let's get a look at that. you can see in san francisco temperature drop out of the 70s once we hit friday, a day of that fog at the immediate coastline will drop it down.
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for inland valleys we go from 96 average on wednesday down to 89 by thursday. so it is looking better by the weekend. >> i like this holiday week. it is already wednesday now. >> for some of us, yes, it is. >> especially if you had yesterday off. >> for some of us, yes. >> okay. up next, thousands of students show up to class but they no longer have a school. why itt tech is shutting down. and we have jimmie. >> hey, guys. molly shannon is here but we have clint eastwood, do not change that channel. happening now, a woman says her dog was stolen outside a whole foods market in san francisco and there's a witness who appears to have cellphone video of a man unleashing that dog. you can find the story on our home page, and on our facebook page get ready for the finger scan at disneyland. the theme part is expanding admittance policy to kids as
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young as free. it is an effort to block stolen and used tickets. more news for you after the break. the students showed up -- but
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there were no teachers. a surprise at "itt tech" campuses across the country -- including here in the bay area. . well, students showed up but there were no teachers, a surprise at itt tech campuses across the country including one here in the bay area. school says it is closing down 130 campuses, all of them including oakland in concord, comes to the u.s. department of education investigated for fraud an false advertisement. the feds banned the school from enrolling students who receive federal aid. >> teachers here actually care, you have those that make sure you did the work. they stayed behind and helped extra, even if you didn't need it they would be here to help
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out. department of education says students should look into other schools to see if credits can be transferred. >> beyonce on hold. beyonce postponing an upcoming stop on her world tour after being put on vocal rest. the seventh day has been rescheduled. bay area fans can rest easy. her performance on september 17th, a couple of weeks away is still on hold for now -- excuse me, i should say it is still on for now. this will be the third time the grammy winner will be performing at levi stadium. >> it is a mountain lion caught on a security camera in a hillsborough neighborhood. animal control says hillsborough is a natural habitat for mountain lions so it is not surprising it would be there. the picture of the big cat was taken before 11:00 last night outside a home on parrot drive. neighbors are being asked to
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keep pets and pet food indoor at night. up next, a bunch of olympians from rio were at the a's game in oakland. stay with us and we'll tell you why. ♪ ♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪
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enis really built into theat foundation of the company. whole foods market is engaged with pg&e on many levels, to really reduce energy and reduce our environmental footprint. for a customer like whole foods, saving energy means helping our environment, and we can be a part of that. helping customers save energy is a very important part of what pg&e does. we can pass those savings on to the environment, the business, and the community. pg&e really is an expert in saving energy, and that partnership is extremely exciting. together, we're building a better california.
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♪keep on the sunny side ♪always on the sunny side ♪keep on the sunny side of life♪ a lot 'gold' on the field. the a's honored thcal olpians -- o competed in rio. a big fight at the coliseum.
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a lot of gold on the field. the a's honoring the cal olympians who competed in rio. going to show you the gymnastics here, who competed for jamaica. she flipped and then threw out the first pitch. >> nice. >> ryan murphy, the swimmer. remember him? >> yes, i interviewed him. three gold medals. >> cal athletes won how many medals in rio? >> 21. >> by the way, the a's beat the an else 3-2. >> goodçó for them. >> now for football. you ready? the football season is here. raiders kick off this sunday in new orleans. >> colin resch explains they will have to start the year without one of their best and well-known players. >> marcelle reese is arguably the most respected voice in the raiders' locker room which is why his four game suspension at the end of the 2015 season for violating the nfl's policy on performance enhancing substances
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surprised everyone, including reese himself. >> i was disappointed because anybody who knows me knows better than what was being said. >> reporter: what was being said was that reese ingested a banned substance. true, but to understand his frustration you have to understand the substance itself. reese consumed a natural plant root extract called umka that once ingested converts to a substance banned by nfl standards. >> i was doing it for i thought all of the right reasons, and it wasn't even in the competition form. it was days off and, you know, like i said, you know, a pass is a pass. if i get, you know, vindicated in any way it will be good. but, like i said, i'm at peace with the situation. >> reporter: reese sat out the raiders' season finale in 2015 to start the suspension. though he was able to practice and play in preseason games, he can't be in the facility or on the sidelines until he sits out the first three games of the regular season, which means the earliest he could return to action is october 2nd against
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the ravens. >> we don't believe he did anything wrong, but, you know, that's what the league said. so he really had no choice. but i think, you know, he put a lot of effort into getting us ready, you know, for the season and helping me out, you know, for the three games he will be absent. you know, we waiting for him to come back. >> i know they're going to hold it down just fine without me. i have to come back with a vengeance for baltimore. >> reporter: in alameda, colin resch, nbc bay area. >> raiders on sunday, rams and 49ers on monday. >> after they took a breathtaking photo at yosemite. we will tell you more when we come back.
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spotted a nully wed come embracing on the cliff. he posted the photograph hoping to find the couple. they said they wanted the remain anonymous as they would like to share the day with family and friends first. >> maybe they were ee loeping? >> it is a secret wedding? i don't know. now it is even more interesting. >> yes. >> i'm sure there will be a part three to the story as it goes on. that's going to do it for us tonight. >> thanks for joining us here at 11:00. next news cast beginning at 4:30 tomorrow morning. >> we will be back tomorrow. see you then. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- clint eastwood, molly shannon,


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