tv KPIX 5 Noon News CBS October 26, 2015 12:00pm-12:31pm PDT
>> live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. smoke inside a train stalls the morning commute on bart. good afternoon, everyone. i'm michelle debris yay go. frank is off today. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at the station in san francisco with more. >> reporter: hi, michelle, not the best commute for some
people on bart as some were forced to cover their mouths against a smoking train. take a look at thin is a gram photo. people are dealing with the smoke inside. at least one car at the 24th street station. this happened around 10:00 a.m. just before 10:30, the car had a propulsion problem, creating smoke. all was reported safe. although it was a typical propulsion problem, likely related to brakes, the smoke caused anxiety for commuters so fortunately no injuries reported and all is back up and running at normal at 10:45 this morning. live in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. the number of shigella cases growing again. the health department said there are 182 people reporting
they have been sickened and cases have spread to five county. more than half the people who got sick ate in san jose. the others likely came in contact with them. the restaurant was closed on october 18 by health inspectors. two people have filed suit against the owners for negligent. we're learning new details about a deadly shooting at an eastbay shopping mall. livermore police now say they're looking for 18-year-old jason brown. they said he's also wanted for a murder in fresno. the latest killing happened saturday night in a parking lot outside the strip mall in livermore. witnesses who got his license plate and police spotted his car and chased it to oakland. >> and then they were, from what we understand, they were driving through intersections at about 100 miles an hour. it just got too intense. >> brown and second suspect were able to get away. investigators searched his home in oakland, but he was nowhere to be found. a brain burglary in san francisco's south of market neighborhood all caught on
camera. police released this video hoping someone will be able to identify the thief. he is seen smashing the vacant officer's front door and stealing thousand of dollars of electronics. the incident happened earlier this month. petaluma police are looking for this man. he walked into a kohl's department store friday and walked without three vacuum cleaners. the pricey dyson models were worth over $2,000. after loading them into a shopping cart, he slipped out a fire exit and made his getaway in a waiting white ford ranger pickup truck. fire investigators are trying to figure out what started a fast-moving grassfire inen south happen sew say. kip do on why the location was unusual. >> reporter: well, the flames are gone, but you can still smell the smoke in the air and if you look up the ridge you see the black line that shows where the flames came over the hill, giving you a sense of how close the fire came to this neighborhood in south san jose. this footage was taken some
time around 4:00 near santa teresa, north of bailey road. the fire actually broke out at 3:16 this morning, quickly went to tier 2. they got help from cal fire on this one. wind were light and, fire grew to 5 acres before crews doused the flames. cool temperature and light fog helped as well. no homes or structures threatened and no reports of injuries. the cause of this fire under investigation. in south san jose, kip do. >> the close homes to the fire are about 1 mile awa . a ferrari is destroyed after catching fire at an eastbay gas station. it happened saturday night at the chevron station at highway 4 and morello avenue in marti next nose. the car's owner saw a spark as he put the nozzle back. he ran to safety as the pricey sports car was consumed by flame and started rolling onto the street. >> i had it in gear but i think the car got hot enough it must have popped something in place and, car ended up rolling
into the street. thank god -- because as you can see, it would have flamed up the gas station and would have been an ugly scene. >> the station operator shut off gas pumps, but the 1978 red ferrara wiry was black and charred. the owner is grateful to be allye. investigators looking for the cause of a fiery crash in the sierra are foothill that killed five people. two cars hit head-on 120 near groveland saturday night. images of the wreckage show how violent the impact was. the 22-year-old driver of one of the cars identified as mar goes lopez martinez died on impact. four people in the suv were killed. the vehicles burst into flames. the sole survivor of the suv is identified as jean jean su yang. she was air lifted to modesto.
adrian no that diaz said the horrifying crash that killed four people was caught on video. >> reporter: adacia chambers' silver sedan slam into the crowd, blindsiding hundreds of spectators in broad daylight. >> bam. they didn't know what hit them. mowed them down like cattle. >> we got a car. >> organized chaos. >> reporter: he was at saturday morning's crash. you saw the scene and bodies on the ground. >> yeah, it was hard. >> this was not a natural disaster. this was a man-made disaster. >> reporter: the collision killed four people -- 2-year- old nash lucas, a 32-year-old, 65-year-old marvin stone and his wife bonnie, also 65. the couple spent combined spent nearly six decade at oklahoma state university.
46 others were injured. 25-year-old adacia chambers was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. >> she is a sick individual. >> reporter: her attorney, tony coleman, says mental illness, not alcohol and drugs, may have been a factor. has has she been remorseful? >> that causes concern. it seems as if there's an inability to be remorseful right now. >> reporter: chambers' blood is being tested for drug and alcohol. adriana dee yeah, cbs news, still water, oklahoma. >> 17 people remain hospitalized including five in critical condition. looks like california's bullet train will speed past its initial $68 billion budget estimate. "the l.a. times" reports the state may have underestimated things like digging 36 miles of tunnels through los angeles, buying landing has stalled, and transportation officials say the train will not be ready by
2022 deadline. checker some bay area headlines for you, 17 people face hefty fines after police bust a side show in a parking lot off highway 4 in rodeo. the chp said it was not hard to catch the culprit because they were doing donut in a fenced-in area. deputies blocked the only exit. the drivers have been cite and the cars impounded. hefty fines for illegal dumping. first-time offenses could run as high as $1,000 and repeat offenses could cost up to $3,000. the city said the amount of illegally dumped material on public property has risen by 75% in three years. and the vpa is opening a field office to deal with problems related to construction running through and -- running through east san jose neighborhoods. vta will offer compensation for businesses impacted by the production. work on a bus rapid transit line called brt has cast caused
problems to a 7-mile stretch of the allen rock corridor and scheduled to end this fall, but the completion tate has been push to next year or early 2017. bay area scientists are trying to find out why so many great white sharks are coming close to shore. they have been spot in the bay. we sent joe vazquez to ask experts why. >> reporter: two coast guard helicopter crews snaps these photo and spotted 20 whitish between 10 and 18 feet in length within 100 yards from shore. the sightings took place on a 12-mile stretch of shore klein between pacifica and ocean beach around a week ago. >> the best thing i've seen in my life. >> reporter: around the same time, there was another white shark sighting inside the bay off the island of alcatraz. a video shows a shark devouring a seal. >> it's unusual to see so many sharks off our coastline.
>> reporter: the director of a conservation group said the shark were not clustered in one place. >> it's not a cool school or swarm. it's not a group of vicious of man eating sharks. they're preying on their prey of expels sea lions. >> you have this situation. you have the other off alcatraz. may make people nervous to go in the water. >> if people are afraid to go in the water, this may not be the best time. wait until the shark leave at the end of the year. >> reporter: if people are not afraid -- just to ahead and swim? >> well, we all have risks in our lives, and use the best information available and use that risk with -- to regulate your behavior. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. dramatic video shows the impact of a powerful earthquake in south asia. we'll have the latest on the casualties and damage across two countries. and tragedy aboard a whale- watching boat in canada. what investigators said likely
caused the vessel to capsize. from the kpix weather center, good afternoon, everybody. this is pretty impressive. we have a blanket, a layer of low clouds and fog just hang very tight to the coast and into the bay. the burnoff, when to expect it, and rain -- when it will arrive. we have details as the news continues on kpix 5. ,, i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424.
point-five is being blamed r 180 deaths so far... this m pakistan -- new video of a powerful earthquake in south asia. the 7.7 magnitude quake is blamed for 180 deaths so far and this is video from pakistan showing a landslide. 147 people died there, but dozens died in afghanistan. strong tremors were felt in kabul, new delhi, and islam bad. pakistani civil and military authorities are still trying to
reach survivors. another jolt in san ramon. the latest earthquake to shake the area happened at 11:30 as a 2.7. that's after a 2.9 last night. hundreds of earthquake have hit the area, but seismologists said the calderas fault is rerelations tension and the chance of a major earthquake there is just 7%. the search for survivors continue after a whale-watching tour off vancouver island turns tragic. five people were killed when their boat sank. this is not the boating company's first deadly accident. >> reporter: canadian coast guard crews worked through the night, searching for people still missing after a whale- watching boat sank off the coast of vancouver island. >> we're doing our best to account for everybody and we have great resources out there and this is what we do. >> reporter: video shows when the leviathan ii slipped in the sea after making a mayday call. witnesses say there was no time to put on life jackets before
the boat capsized. 27 people were on board. >> the numbers unaccounted for are going down very nicely and number of survivor going up nicely. >> reporter: smaller boats went back and forth, helping ferry survivors to the shore. while it's still unclear what caused the accident, alec dick, one of the first on the scene, suspects the three-deck cruiser was sideswiped by a wave. >> this time of the year, we have quite big surges happening out on waters there and i think this is what happened. >> reporter: the let shy vie than ii is one of the largest in the company's fleet. the company went through another deadly accident in 1998 when one vessel capsized during an excursion, killing the boat's captain and a german tourist. don champion, cbs news. >> one passenger is unaccount for. the owner is cooperating with investigators to determine what happened.
now, let's check our forecast here in the bay area with roberta. hi, there. >> hi, there, michelle and the afternoon, everyone. it's our time to look at the weather watchers. these are people that have eyes out there and can report and tell me what's going on. in fact, right there 67 said bill noonan and he said this morning he dropped around 54. and oridna, the coolest temperature this autumn is season -- let's look at this 68. that looks like george. good afternoon, sir. thank you for checking -- oh, by the way, in san francisco, we're watching at point fort point and also around the embarcadero because it's that time. they're back. the king tides. and, yes, this morning, at 11:05, we did have high tide of 6.5. you want to be mindful of signs posted at the highway 1 and 101 intersection. that's very prone to flooding.
manzanits closed that particular time. high tide coming this way. if you're not very familiar with the king tide, it's basically the highest tide of the season so tomorrow, we're going to have a high tide at 11:45 a.m. that's follow by the lowest tides of the season. we're looking towards the bay water with fog lingering around the bay bridge. 72 in livermore. we're clearing out nicely. still socked in around sausalito and san francisco. a few clouds lingering. the chance of rain has moved up until wednesday. swipe away the low clouds and fog. boy, remnant of patricia in the deep south. we're under the influence of high pressure, sunny and mild today. the remnants of a hurricane -- olaf -- will pull into northern california. we will notice increasing clouds as the day progresses
tomorrow. with the cloud cover, we will see increasing levels of high humidity and will turn muggy tomorrow. then these clouds will squeeze out some raindrops. computer models are suggesting for the most part, under a quarter inch of rain but bring it. we'll take whatever we can take. rain on wednesday, turning partly cloudy thursday. there's your sunset and by tonight, when it does sets, we'll from 60s through 70s. again, rain on wednesday. it's likely and then dry skies on thursday through sunday. >> all right, roberta, thanks so much. let's take a look at how the markets are doing today. this is a live look at the big board and not too well. the dow is down 27 points. looks like an early halloween prank. we'll show you the spider- infested bridge scary enough to turn traffic around. and what is cool about your school? we want to know. e-mail your nomination to us at
more people stick with humana medicare advantage. because we stick with them. humana medicare advantage. the plan people stick with. the average price of gas nationwide has dropp good news for drivers. gas is getting cheaper. the average price of gas nationwide dropped 10 cents over the last two weeks.
according to gasbuddy.com, the average price in san francisco is $2.92, about $2.80 in oakland and san jose. the price slide could end if crude costs remain close to current levels. the force is strong in an international airport. a "star wars" themed 787 dreamliner land in san jose for the first time yesterday and resembles r2-d2 and will frequently stop at the airport. japan's al nippon will fly it between san jose and tokyo the next couple of months. there are plans for two more "star wars"-themed planes. nostalgic disney fans are hoping to win vintage item from disney park that will hit the auction block in los angeles next month. these restored people movers are expected to fetch up to $200,000, if you can believe it and this space mountain car could bring in $50,000.
bidding for this bench, a 1955 original from disneyland's main street, will start at $5,000. well, it's not a halloween prank or any sort of decoration. an ohio bridge is tangled up with some creepy, crawly guests. a spider infestation on the main street bridge in columbus is catching the attention of nearly everyone crossing it. endologists at ohio state -- entomologist said they're there 5,000 to 10,000 speed over different species on the bridge. >> spider. >> we thought they were here for halloween. >> i have the chills now. experts said a nearby park attracts insect and the spiders are following their food. our fresh grocer says never too late for sweet citrus. tony tantillo is shopping for tangerines. >> reporter: well, today's tip of the day is going to be honey tangerines from florida. they're in the market. i love honey tangerines. their tech cal name is mercot
but honey tangerines better and it's like mother nature put honey inside. they're hard to peel and have seeds but you know what? it's well worth it. selection and storage is important. when you buy them, make sure there's a nice color all the way around. a little discoloration is okay but as long as it doesn't go all the way through the peel. heavy for their size very important. it's full of sugar and juice and not pulp and one more thing -- make sure the stem is attached. when you bring them home, store on the counter, not the refrigerator. they're very hard to peel. they are. they have a lot of seeds. now that the work is done -- ah, delicious. i'm tony tan l till low, the fresh grocer. remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. i have been peeling this for a while. bye-bye. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
>> julius: you need to stay out of this discussion. >> maya: no, she doesn't, and it's already decided. >> nicole: she's right. it is. >> rick: all right. you know what? maybe we should all just sit down, have some dinner. we can discuss this later. >> julius: no amount of fine dining is going to change this or disguise it. does that mean that you want my other daughter, too, rick? >> rick: excuse me? >> maya: is this what you mean by one big happy family? >> julius: so, does this mean that we're supposed to all be at your disposal? you are too young to understand what we're talking about here. >> nicole: i have been on my own long enough to understand more than you think. >> julius: a child from your body? you have no idea what you're offering. am i right, vivienne? am i right?