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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. tonight the tackle no one expected. just days after the paris terror attacks a raiders fan rushes the field and exposes a huge security flaw as the bay area gets ready to host the super bowl. how did he manage to get on the field? >> christin ayers talked to him. he said it was easy. >> reporter: the moment was on national television during yesterday's raiders game. one man storms the field and tackled by a vikings player. tonight we found out the man who did it is a 23-year-old. by phone from southern california he said this was on his bucket list. >> it wasn't planned at all.
>> reporter: he was a wide receiver in college. there he is, number 19. he themed hope -- hoped to get national attention. how easy it was to get on the gridiron. >> pretty athletic guy. i hopped down. it was easy. >> reporter: he was there for minutes before anyone noticed. >> maybe a good 3-5 minutes total. >> reporter: 3-5 minutes? >> yeah. >> reporter: the nfl had heightened security at stadiums when he made his way on to the field. he said it is proof security needs to be tighter. >> i was able to stand there in the end zone and sit there. >> reporter: he was sited and will have to pay a fine. he claims it was all worth it. >> i did it.
it was fun time. >> reporter: christin ayers, kpix 5. down to santa clara, betty yu tells us what the fbi is doing at levi stadium tomorrow. >> reporter: in preparation for super bowl 50 tomorrow the fbi will be hosting a training exercise here at the stadium. it will involve multiple agencies and many s.w.a.t. teams teams and bomb squads. airports will be flying over the stayed -- hotters will be flying over the -- helicopters will be flying over the stadium. >> what happened in paris has the world paying attention. >> the nfl and the super bowl host committee ramped up patrols. >> nfl stepped up security this weekend. there is more detection. that will be stepped up many times.
>> reporter: san francisco will host the super bowl fan village and tens of thousands. >> certain amount of nfl fan fest, we will have more eyes and more recordings. [ talking at the same time ] >> secure check points around the area. there will be 24/7 security. >> reporter: in silicon valley you can bet technology like this will be in play for the big game. this was built by a security company. it is supposed to speed up enshrining process. it has 51 -- the screening process. the 9ers are already trying out the system ahead of super bowl 50. an hour and a half ago the fbi sent out a notice stating this will no longer be open to the media tomorrow because of safety concerns.
they said that safety is their top concern. betty yu, kpix 5. in paris the eiffel tower stands tonight glowing in the french national colors. it went dark for two days but it is open to tourists again under heavy security. >> so relieved and happy they are opening up again. >> secretary of state john kerry is in paris. a surprise visit. he called the terrorists monsters. allen martin with new information. >> reporter: tonight officials say western allies tried to kill him in an air strikes before the plot was carried out but they couldn't find him. >> reporter: investigators believe this man a 27-year-old belgian abdelhamid abaaoud was
the architect of friday's paris terror attacks. he appeared in isis propaganda videos and regerutted his 13 -- recruited his 13-year-old brother into isis. tonight the man hunt is intensifying for the one suspect who got way. piece stopped salah abdeslam hours after the assault but -- the assault but let him go. along with an aggressive man hunt security services carried out 150 property searches. slapped house arrest orders on 100 people and deported dozens more. in president president francois hollande vowed terrorism would not defeat the french republic. tonight a new threat from isis. it released a video warning that any country that attacks
it would suffer the same fate at paris. it promised to target washington, d.c. kent c from pair -- kenneth craig from paris now. secretary of state john kerry will meet with president francois hollande, how much is expected of the meeting? >> reporter: what is interesting is that the visit here to paris was not announced for security reasons. he will meet with the president in a few hours. a basic meeting. he is expected to reiterate the u.s. and its commitment to its relationship with france and their commitment to ending terrorism and what isis is doing. >> we heard the word normal used, what more can we expect to see in that regard in the next day or two in paris? >> reporter: basically what people have told me is they are committed to getting back into their normal routines despite
this man hunt going on. >> kenneth craig, thank you so much. allen martin, kpix 5. in san francisco a moment of silence this afternoon. people wanting to express their support and sympathy to san san francisco's sister city. also tonight nohemi gonzalez is being remembered as a cal state long beach student where she went to school. she graduated from high school in 2010. she was a 23-year-old design student spending the semester in paris. she was one of 19 people killed inside a cafe when terrorist opened fire. one of the suspects entered europe disguised as a syrian refugees -- refugee. governors say syrian refugees are not welcome.
27 governors will try block syrian refugees. all but one of the governors are republicans. governor jerry brown will work with president obama to ensure any syrian refugees coming to california are fully vetted in a reliable way. france launched new air strikes in syria and tonight a group is joining the fight against isis. [ speaking foreign language ] >> anonymous, the group of hackers declared a cyber war telling isis we will hunt you down. hard to know what that means. could include taking down social media accounts and even cutting off funding through hacking of their bank accounts. intelligence agencies are doing what they can too. kiet do say they could do more if only they had a key to the
backdoor. >> reporter: in the lead up to the paris terror attacks there was no chatter, no warning. >> a group of people that flew under the radar and did so using these communications apps that can't be seen by law enforcement. >> reporter: going dark. terrorists hiding their online communications. investigators say members of isis lure sympathizers to apps where the messages self- destruct. incontraception app -- encryption apps are downloaded for free. you can set timers for messages to delete themselves. the apps are more user friendly. >> it used to be it was complicateed and expensive and you had to know a lot to use it but today anybody can use it
without skills. >> reporter: paris is a game changer. >> these apps, these devices that allow them to operate without fear of penetration, this is the first example of this. >> reporter: law enforcement has been pressing the technology industry for access to that data when national security is at risk. >> from law enforcement and from intelligence officials, they need more data. >> reporter: he says the public demanded incontraception after edward snowden revealed the government had been collecting data for years. he said giving them the backdoor is pointless. >> they will use something else. >> reporter: over the summer the feds tried to pressure apple telling them to release all the messages but apple said
no. the battle between privacy and security, privacy is winning for now. kiet do, kpix 5. the company that operated the tour bus that crashed friday and we found red flags. a dozen people got hurt after the bus went out of control. >> reporter: we learned some of the injuries are severe, including one man who served a broken back. he was sitting in a car that was hit by the bus. >> reporter: this is the moment it began. this is surveillance video. while it is tough to see, that blob is a bicyclist getting hit by an out of control bus. it wasn't till two blocks later slamming into a construction site after ricocheting off cars and pedestrians the bus finally
stopped. injuring 20 people. the p.u.c. fined the company for a number of violations in 2007. but they never paid that fine. the company closed down and reopened under an employee's name. >> it is intentional and flagrant. to know they serve 1.5 million people over the last 5 years you would expect a company would find it in their interest to ensure customers were safe. >> reporter: we learned the license plates on the bus didn't match the list of vehicles on file with the state. that is called a ghost bus and the p.u.c. says the bus came from new york and wasn't checked by the chp. >> we need to make sure our rules are followed. we need to make sure the regulating agencies have done everything they can to make
sure that ghost buses are not traveling on the streets of san francisco and around california. >> reporter: now, we learned tonight that they released a statement saying their buses are inspected every 45 days and the bus in question was inspected october 25. preliminary investigations are pointing towards a mechanical failure of the breaks as the cause of the crash. today kpix 5's maria medina learned two sheriff's deputies filed a southeast and desist order to stop their names from being made public. they are getting death threats after what surveillance video caught them doing to a car thief. >> horrific. disgusting. something that can't be allowed. >> tonight the attorney for the suspects seen in this video is
peeking out -- speaking out. >> his face is swollen. he had broken bones in his arms. >> reporter: he wants the deputies charged with assault after a camera caught them using fists and batons on him friday. >> that video raised concerns. >> reporter: investigators admitted today they are concerned about what is seen in the video and are investigating. >> whatever people think it does not reflect the things we do everything day in the community. >> reporter: what the video doesn't show is the chase leading up to the arrest. investigators say deputies spotted him in the stolen car, going over 100 miles per hour. they found a gun and drugs in his car. >> why was he running from deputies? >> not going to talk about
that. >> reporter: whatever before the video he says doesn't matter. >> she is grieving. i sat with her as she was talking to her son. she was crying. >> reporter: he remains in the hospital. his attorney says he counted 30 baton strikes in the video. maria medina, kpix 5. the chp arrested two people over the weekend in wild side shows. gun shots were fired early yesterday morning. a police officer had to make a run for it when people jumped on his cruiser. the car was so badly damaged it is unusable. after another side show police shot and killed a man when he pulled out a fake gun.
yesterday afternoon officers were waiting for tow trucks at a side show. the man approached them in a threatening manner. four officers opened fire. >> unfortunately he did die at the scene there. only at that time that officers recognize the firearm the person had was a replica. >> police believe the man had no connection with the side show. they don't know why he approached them pointing the gun. could be a messy situation tomorrow. the union that represents county workers called a strike. all county officers will remain open. the union and the county have yet to reach an agreement on a new contract despite many meetings. video of the tornado that tore through denair. fiver hundred foot -- 500-foot
wide tornado. south of modesto yesterday. 100 miles per hour winds ripping the roofs off of homes. 21 homes were damaged. nobody was seriously hurt. we ever been reporting the ocean is warmer than usual. that gave rise to the toxic algae we have been talking about. the reason the state delayed crab season and a reason people are seeing something they be never seen before. what is swimming in the river. >> reporter: shell shocked on the river. >> looks like a sea turtle. >> reporter: he posted this video on social media. >> when i first saw it i thought it was a bag. i did a double take. >> reporter: validation came from the experts. >> no doubt in my mind this is an eastern pacific green sea
turtle. never seen anything like this in 30 years. >> reporter: he says there are only a few thousand eastern pacific green sea turtles left in the world and live in the warmer, tropical waters. >> this animal came from the pacific ocean. no question about that. entered san francisco bay and went north and now it is heading east. it may be associated with an el nino event. this is highly unusual. >> the wild discovery leads to concerns for the animal. our cold waters could lead to cold stun. >> if it gets too cold it becomes hypodermic. >> reporter: experts are now trying to find a way to track the turtle.
adrian moore, kpix 5. the water is warm here. we call that el nino. we get new information every monday, this is the strongest el nino on record. stronger than 1997, 1982, warmer than average and this is significant because the other two strong el nino events in january and february have averaged 20 inches of rain in the two months ago. normal is 8. we ever almost tripled that number the past two times we ever been this strong. the strongest el nino in modern history. we are not there yet. impacts are felt after christmas. dry on the radar. upper 30s for fairfield, concord, livermore, santa rosa. feel the wind today? as the ridge gets closer and as
the low moves in to texas and kansas where they had 50 tornado today our wind will relax. this ridge will hang out for one week keeping us dry and mild. highs in the 70s beginning thursday. mild compared to the past couple weeks. winds relaxing right now. mornings chilly. the afternoons will be sunny and pleasant. concord 66 tomorrow with sunshine. san jose 65. mid-60s redwood city. hayward and also union city. 66 danville. pittsburg 66. mid-60s for san francisco and san rafael. santa rosa 68. 70s thursday, lasting through the weekend. next week we will see rain. next tuesday and next wednesday. sunny and dry but all signs point to a lot of rainfall.
francisco business that cou get a 30 an ad during the super bowl cost millions but mark kelly shows us a business that could get a 30 second spot for free. >> reporter: watch out, san francisco has a hot home grown clothing line, and it is making pants so last season. >> look incredible. >> how do you make, you know, clothes more relatable to guys? >> reporter: he says that something is shorts. not just any shorts, short shorts. ones that come in enough colors to make your head spin. >> this is what the people are
asking for. >> reporter: that confidence is one reason customers voted chubby's one of three small businesses nationwide that should get a free ad during the super bowl. >> every one of those people will be watching the super bowl. >> reporter: if this san francisco shorts company wins, good chance their ad will look something like this. >> let's talk about the kind of chubby's that pop up when you google chubby's. >> reporter: mark kelly, kpix 5. >> this is the second year they have done the super bowl competition. 15,000 businesses applied and the winner will be announced in january. why did green bay quarterback aaron rodgers call out a fan after the game? you will hear what he said and could the texans take down the bangles on monday night football? kickoff is next. ,,,,,,,,,,
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houston texans. i hope the monkey used his camera on this play. bangles leading in the 4th quarter but then hopkins makes the catch. texans pull off the upset and jj watt took a shot at andy dalton. >> our goal is to come out here and make -- [ indiscernible ] >> i think you did that. cal boasting two of the top freshman in the country. did you know that? playing -- you did not know that -- [ talking at the same time ] >> 10 point game. wallace had 24. 20 point cal lead. brown gets the steal. scores 17 in his second college game. the bears win 85-67.
across the nfl fans honored the victims of the paris terror attacks by observing a moment of silence. but one fan in green bay used the moment to make a derogatory comment directed at muslims. [ indiscernible ] >> have some respect. >> after the game green bay quarterback aaron rodgers called out the fan in his press conference following green bay's loss to detroit. >> i must admit i was very disappointed with whoever the fan was who made a comment. i thought it was inappropriate during the moment of silence. that kind of prejudicial ideology puts us in the position that we are in today. as a world. >> good for aaron rodgers. he is not just the packers quarterback, she the face of