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area vineyards, tonight orders to shelter in place. i am ken bastida. >> i am elizabeth cook. the fire broke out after 3:00 p.m. this afternoon in saratoga. 36 betty yu is -- betty yu is there tonight. >> the fire is 75% contained. crews are deally with heavy dense vegetation at this point and firefighters tell us they will be out here throughout the night and when the sun comes up to get a line around the fire. >> reporter: 10 acres burned near mountain winery, which is also a popular concert venue this afternoon. 150 firefighters battled the flames that started. at one point emergency alerts lick this one -- like this one sent out asking people to shelter in place. >> we have seen fires before
and we know they spread quickly. >> reporter: this resident said the flames came within a half mile of their home. >> got our important paper work, computer, photos. >> reporter: luckily they didn't need to evacuate. the fire also didn't threaten any structures. it was burning uphill a-- up hill away from homes. >> the power poles, i mean, near the power poles, you don't know what could happen. you know? they are volatile. and the wind and everything. you are always going to be freaked out. >> reporter: fire crews tell us the winds were light and the vineyards in the area actually served as a great fire break. betty yu, kpix 5. 20-year-old san jose woman fell to her death off a cliff. she fell 100 feet.
here at the beach side cliff about 4:00 p.m. this fron. officials had a -- afternoon. officials had a tough time reaching her. by the time they reached her she died from her injuries. witnesses always tried to help. >> some guy starts screaming and screaming, she feel, she fell. some people actually -- they, like, got -- took their lightnings off and tried -- clothes off and tried swimming it but nothing. >> officials are classifying her death as an accident. in washington a fresh blow to the gop. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell admits defeat in his effort to repeal and replace obama care. veronica de la cruz has more. >> reporter: senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is pushing to repeal obama care with no replacement and right now he doesn't have the votes to pass the republican
affordable care act because two more republican senators with drew their support. tonight he tweeted they will not support moving forward with the plan. in a statement lee said doesn't go far enough in lowering premiums. the development came after president trump had dinner with republican senators that white house and wished arizona senator john mccain a speedy recovery. >> we hope john mccain gets better very soon. because we miss him. he is a crusty voice in washington. plus, we need his vote. >> reporter: today senate majority leader mitch mcconnell postponed action on the plan to repeal and replace obama care after john mccain underwent emergency surgery. the gop needed 50 of the 52 republicans in the senate to advance the healthcare bill. tonight the senators opposed
the measure. mitch mcconnell could try to win back the votes by offering to change the bill. they are urging public hearings. vaughn d, night beat -- veronica de la cruz, kpix 5. a victory for governor jerry brown over climate change. joe vazquez tells us it could cost you at the gas pump. >> reporter: it could. this is the governor's baby. he has been pushing the cap and trade. the senator a-- the senate approved it and tonight the assembly took it up. >> california must continue to lead on climate change. >> the california assembly debated whether to renew the cap and trade law. >> the country is watching. >> law that tells everyone don't pollute, but inyou do you will have to pay -- but if you
do you will have to pay money to the state. most democrats are for it but some believe the law doesn't go far enough to contract down on polluters. most republicans are against it because it raises taxes. he says she voting for cap and trade despite the pressure of what he describes as fear tactics. >> out of fear of what? our job is to have the guts to stair them in the eye and say my job is to have the back of my friend, my neighbor. the guys i go to church with and all the politics and phone calls and bs moy heart tells -- my heart tells me this is the thing to do. >> the governor held a news
conference celebrate. a major victory for governor jerry brown. in the news room, joe vazquez, kpix 5. baby abducted turned up safe in san jose. tonight a suspect is under arrest. police say this man abducted the child. he faces charges including kidnapping and child endangerment. the boy's father put the baby in the car seat just after 4:00 a.m. this morning as he was about to leave for work. he ran inside to get something but when he came out the car and the baby were gone. a few hours later a woman in san jose says the suspect handed the child to her. and then a man called 911. >> he said take this baby. i grabbed this car and there is a baby in it. >> i didn't want to get involved but i was, like, once i have seen the baby i didn't have a choice. >> he also saw the suspect
breaking into a white van. he took off but was later arrested. police chief answering questions about recent freedom of speech show downs that turned violent. so how does he plan to handle things in the future? here is kpix 5's christin ayers. >> reporter: tonight's forum is the first in a series this summer. berkeley police chief wanted community feed back and tonight he got it. dozens of berkeley residents came to ask the police chief tough questions ranging from use of force to racial profiling but many questions were about this. berkeley has been rocked by violent protests by extremeliests -- extremists. >> this is the disruption of our community by people who come from the outside. >> reporter: she told us
berkeley has become a bandal ground. >> -- battle ground. >> we hear the helicopters. >> reporter: she said police have a plan for when the next protest happens. >> in the future there will be a lot more police officers. >> reporter: he said there are other changes in the department. trains on race relations. >> meant to address our -- the -- the tough issues. >> reporter: officers could be wearing body cameras by the end of the year and there are efforts to aggressively recruit new officers. tonight's meeting was the first of four meetings like it this summer. there will be two more in august and another in september. christin ayers, kpix 5. this yoga teacher called 911 and then a police officer shot and killed her. why? tonight it is a mystery.
police say a man and a woman stole the victim's camera at the twin peaks lookout early yesterday. tonight san francisco police have investigating a homicide. a man and woman stole a victim's camera yesterday and then shot him. a jogger found the 71-year-old and performed cpr on him but he later died at the time hospital. the suspects drove off in a
dark gray honda accord with rear end damage. in minneapolis a police officer shot and killed an unarmed yoga instructor outside her home. the medical examiner classified the death as a homicide. the moments leading up to the shooting are still a mystery. >> reporter: late saturday night the justin damond -- the 40-year-old justin damond called 911. according to witnesses justin damond approached the police car and stood at the driver's side and then the officer in the passenger seat shot her through the open driver's window. >> i am heart sick and deeply disturbed. >> reporter: she posted this video on facebook. >> my mom is dead because a police officer shot her for reasons i don't know. >> reporter: minneapolis police officers are equipped with body
cameras but they were not turned on at the time of the shooting. >> sadly we have been provided with almost no additional information from law enforcement regarding what happened after police arrived. we lost the dearest of people and we are desperate for information. >> reporter: both officers involved in the incident are on paid administrative leave. allen martin, kpix 5. tonight the medical examiner said justin damond died of a gunshot wound to the ab. tonight b.a.r.t. says it is suffering from a shortage of police officers. b.a.r.t. officials say they should have 224 officers serving their 109 miles of line but as of today they only have 178 to cover every shift. they say it is leaving them
stretched thin. >> staffing amounts. our ridership doubled. and that is an issue that -- now, we are dealing with that right now. >> b.a.r.t. has the budget to hire more officers. the problem is, they are not paying as much as other jurisdictions around the bay area so there is a shortage ocandidates. -- of candidates. >> b.a.r.t. is cracking down on riders who are not paying fairs. kpix 5's jessica flores with more. >> the first paperless entrance for a b.a.r.t. station. it is part of a pilot program with the goal to make the process of getting on b.a.r.t. smoother. >> the paper tickets have more problems. they get jammed. get demagnetized. cause lines. >> reporter: in the long run b.a.r.t. officials hope it saves money. there could be another money
saver too. glass barriers meant to keep evaders from jumping over the gates. a problem that costs $25 million a year. >> we have done similar high barriers that worked. >> reporter: but the fair gets are still low. >> they can jump the gate over there. >> i could jump them if i wanted to. >> reporter: higher gates could be coming. >> we are focusing on the barriers around the gates. >> reporter: the improvements have already cost 1.2 million dollars. and for now riders can still use paper tickets to exit but only clipper cards getting in. b.a.r.t. is selling clipper cards mondays and tuesday but they plan on having vending machines where you can buy the cards. jessica flores, kpix 5. new details on the air canada close call at sfo. investigators confirmed the jet was heading for a taxi way instead of the run way when it
missed hitting four other planes on july 7. the national transportation safety board says the jet flew over another jet before aboaterring the landing. -- before aborting the landing. they are expecting to talk to the co-pilot tomorrow. a dog snatched and killed by a coyote from the front steps e owner tonight. of its san francisco home. it happened yesterday. kpix 5's sharon chin spoke to the owner tonight. >> reporter: she got snatched by a coyote according to the owner who did not want to go on camera. >> i turned for a quick second to reach for the door and that is when the yosemite came up and just took the dog off the steps. i was shocked and i just opened up the door and, you know, ran inside. and yelled for my husband. >> reporter: they chased the
coyote and dropped the body. >> how could that be? >> reporter: now the family is getting the word out about the danger. san francisco animal care and control is investigating the attack. it estimates there are 50 to 100 coyotes in the city. she manages conflicts between humans and wildlife. she doesn't believe the coyote population is growing. >> last several years have been very bad food years for coyotes. so they are out there expanding their range and they are trying to survive. >> reporter: she advised people on how to protect themselves and make their areas less attractive to coyotes. >> no retractable leashes that could break. >> reporter: use short, strong leashes for dogs. don't leave cats, food or water out at night. some neighbors urge the city to do more, especially since there are schools nearby. >> trap the animals and euthanize them.
>> reporter: she says there is no easy answer but hopes no one else has to go through what she did. sharon chin, kpix 5. relief is in fright a community after more than a -- in sight for a community after more than a year of a sink hole. at the intersection. today crews started the process of refilling it. the reason it took so long, $3.1 million price tag. the city finally got a promise of federal funding but first they will need to pay for everything up front and be reimbursed later. the repairs are expected to be finished in october. a southern california uber driver gets an unexpected surprise when a woman gives birth in his back seat. the video he managed to
capture. >> your water broke? oh, my god. >> sorry. >> no. it is okay. >> pregnant woman and her husband in the back seat of a uber car about to have a baby. >> i have no idea -- >> i know. i know. i know. >> reporter: the baby is coming, hospital or not and dad even offers to pay for a car cleaning. >> i will leave you my information, we will pay for the detail. >> let's get her there. >> reporter: he restaurant report carded the chaos -- he recorded the chaos friday night. >> baby is already coming out. the baby is coming out right now. >> oh, my god. >> the baby is out. >> i got him. i got him. i got him. >> reporter: talk about a 5 star service. >> uber, you expect to take
someone from point a to point b. >> holding her new baby, her doctor told her to labor at home as long as possible. >> i was worried to come in and get sent home. but two hours later i had a baby. >> reporter: mom and dad took a uber because they couldn't drive and prayed about the delivery. >> nice, easy, quick delivery. and -- delivery and then that is what we were doing. >> reporter: uber picked up the family's fair and they also sent the family an uber once -- onesie. >> that is a ride. >> man, if my driver was
filming me -- [ talking at the same time ] 68 degrees in livermore. fog free in san francisco, 56. 57 santa rosa. mild in concord, 73 degrees. warm inland. we almost hit 100 degrees today in concord. we only had four triple digits days through this day last year. 9 so far this year. over night tonight we will cool down a the mid-50s. concord 60 degrees. san jose 58. redwood city 57. morning jog, you know the sun rise is now 2 minutes after 6:00 a.m. high pressure to the south. big strong area of low pressure to the north. neither will have a direct impact on our rain. no rain, it is july but both are having a direct impact on
increasing the onshore flow. west to east wind, low stays to the north, that will give us a further intrusion of the marine air tomorrow. inland, barely above 80 degrees. 50-degree difference tomorrow. future cast says cloud cover and fog in the city, the coast and the bay. it is gone before lunchtime. sunshine in the afternoon. temperatures will not be as warm inland. you never warmed up near the water. you will stay cool. inland, low to middle 80s tomorrow. and the onshore flow will stick with us for the rest of the week. highs tomorrow, more comfortable. san jose 81. cooler hazmat, mountain view -- san mateo, mountain view, 81. antioch 88. mill valley, mid-70s.
low 80s for sonoma, napa. ukiah 90 degrees for your tuesday. extended forecast, cooler for wednesday, thursday, friday. the weekend, pleasant weather. triple digits are gone. it is back to a pick your climate kind of forecast. 60 to 90 every day. nice weather day for tuesday. >> thank you. this little fawn is alive tonight thanks to a brave dog. this is an incredible story. we have the rescue coming up. >> here are tonight's guests on the late show with stephen colbert.
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a drowning baby deer. >> incredible moments were all caught on camera. the dog was walking with his owner in new york when he jumped into the long island sound and swam out to a struggling fawn. the baby deer was so exhausted but he is now recovering at the wildlife rescue center and storm stayed with the deer to make sure he was okay. amazing. >> good boy. >> good boy. giants could use saves like that. there is breaking news recording the giants tonight. career advice for colin kaepernick. what that is and the giants lost more than the game tonight against the tribe.
years ago and ended tonight with the team now 24 games games under 500.. giants streak of 530 straight sell outs began six years ago and ended tonight. 24 games under .500. indians are in town. with it came the cast of major league. he struggles. huge error with two outs. thenedians tie the game. -- the indians tie the game. throws to right field.
a run goes. cleveland wins 5-3. 14 losses in their past 18 home games. a's 9700 at the coliseum. the smallest crowd since 2011. plenty of empty seats. solo shot. they win 3-2 limiting the a's to just 2 hits. catch of the year so far. massachusetts. oregon state out fielder makes the grab. over the wall. he showed the umpire the ball was indeed in his glove. nfl training camp starts in two weeks and colin kaepernick still does not have a job. speculation is he is being blackballed because he kneeled
last season. >> we got to get him to cut his hair. even if he puts corn rolls in there, i don't think he should represent himself that way. go clean cut. i love the guy to death but i want him to succeed on and off the field. >> interesting the hair bit as an excuse. anybody have an opinion here? why isn't colin kaepernick a nfl quarterback right now? >> style of play. >> strictly on talent. backup quarterbacks in the nfl
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