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the battle of the bay is a blowout but it is a kneeling cheerleader stealing the spotlight tonight. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> and i'm ken bastida. the anthem protest spreading beyond players. tonight, a 49er cheerleader making national headlines for taking a knee. kpix 5's maria medina is live at levi stadium tonight with what fans are saying about that silent protest. >> reporter: it was my photographer jim flanagan who recorded that cheerleader. it was a fan sitting much closer who snapped the picture that went viral. >> i just thought it was a peaceful, respectful, constitutionally protected free speech. >> reporter: sitting a few miles -- a few seats away, a
49er cheerleader kneeled during the national anthem. he decided to snap a picture and post it on twitter. within minutes, the snapshot of the cheerleader taking a knee steps from police officers was retweeted and like hundreds of times. >> i can't even use my phone at this point. i am getting so many retweets and replies. some people think she is awesome and other people think she should be fired. >> america is the land of the free. we are free to do what we need to do. >> i would get rid of her. i support the national anthem. >> reporter: the cheerleader's decision comes two years after colin kaepernick sat during the national anthem. he catapulted a storm of controversy that many times overshadowed the game of football and made -- football. in may, the nfl announced a policy to fined players who took a knee but then backpedaled.
the identity of the cheerleader tonight is unknown. her actions are gaining national attention. >> i am just here for the game. i had no intention of doing anything important. all i did was take a picture. i just thought it was a cool moment. >> reporter: as for the 49ers, they say they have no comment at this time. >> maria medina, thank you. we have a poll up on our facebook page right now asking do you support cheerleaders kneeling during the national anthem? we want you to participate. so far, 61% say yes and 39% say no. inevitablyout tonight in the stands of levi stadium. you can see several rival fans gettininto it on this video on twitter. one guy gets pinned to the ground.
security guards hauled off a raiders fan after he got smacked in the jaw and fell back two rows. security was tight at levi stadium tonight as officers try to head off any more fights among fans. we spotted one being arrested. hundreds of law enforcement officers were on patrol including some in uniform, others undercover. at a typical 49ers game, 100 from the stadium. tonight, there were 450. dennis o'donnell will have highlights of tonight's game coming up later in sports. an oakland city council rate has turned ugly after one candidate found a message of hate scrawled across his sign. he told kpix 5's julia goodrich he has no idea who is targeting him or why. >> reporter: it is not unusual for campaign signs to be torn down, even stolen. yes, it is unfortunate. when joseph tonya's noticed his signs were spray-painted with
messages like this and even more so this week, he said something has to be done. just this week, swastikas and other messages of hate spray- painted on his campaign sign. this one pound near ascot and shelton drive in oakland. >> this has made me think twice. >> reporter: tanios stayed quiet about it for weeks but then started to worry for his family 's sake. he called police when more messages of hate appearing this week. >> i am very concerned. i watch my back. i check on my kids more often. >> reporter: tanios says the vandalism does not represent the values of oakland, a city he has lived and raised his two daughters in the past 22 years. >> i love oakland. i grew up in oakland. >> reporter: tanios does not know why or who would be targeting him specifically. >> i am crushed emotionally and mentally. i don't know how to
explain it. i did want to quit but i have second thoughts. i am questioning who is targeting me. >> reporter: with a few more days until election day, tanios says this will not stop him and it will not define his campaign. he says he is more determined than ever. in oakland, juliet goodrich, kpix 5. bullets fly during a wild high-speed chase across several bay area cities. police opened fire on a man they say was heavily armed. it started at 1 pm when vallejo police officers got a tip about an armed man parked outside of a home. police chased him 30 miles into oakland, at times reaching speeds of 120 miles per hour . >> vehicle is a toyota four runner, black. he is carrying handguns and full body armor. >> you can hear the dispatchers warning responding units about
the suspect carrying assault weapons and body armor. police say at one point during the chase this guy actually started shooting at police officers from a moving car. officers returned fire. the suspect was hit and crashed near 22nd avenue. crime tape still surrounds the intersection. the suspect was treated at the scene and then taken into custody. his condition is unknown. it is unclear when exactly police opened fire or whether the suspect was still inside his suv. >> the situation that the officers found themselves in was a heavily armed suspect with assault weapons. there is other information i will not release right now that the officers had knowledge of. it is a judgment call that the officer has to make in the pursuit. >> one police officer ju. oakland police officer are taking over the criminal investigation will vallejo police will conduct an internal probe. new video bit of the confrontation between oakland police and a homeless man found
passed out with a pistol by his side. >> get your hands off the gun! >> 32-year-old joshua was shot dead 47 seconds after he started to regain consciousness. his family says he was mentally ill and addicted to drugs. they are now suing opd saying he never had a chance to get his bearings before he was shot. the shooting happened back in march. the alameda county das office is looking into it. a peeping suspect is now under arrest in berkeley. surveillance video showed a man looking into windows in early october. police say they spotted him on university avenue last friday and took him into custody. investigators believe gary fowler is homeless.
fowler now faces charges of lewd conduct and prowling. two of the bay area's biggest cities are getting involved in a private labor dispute. we have confirmed the san francisco board of supervisors plans to hold a special meeting tomorrow to discuss the marriott hotel strike. nearly 8000 workers have been walking the picket lines for weeks now in eight u.s. cities. yesterday, mayor london breed and oakland may i be shocked sent a letter to the -- mayor libby schaaf sent a letter urging them to work with employees toward a living wage. oprah gives people a surprise as she brings her star power to the campaign trail. we have all come to rely on gps. it can tell us the precise time and help us find a restaurant. it is how we get money out of the bank. now, some experts are worried gps may be in jeopardy.
it is her, the queen of television. oprah hit the campaign trail in georgia today. some lucky voters who answered the door were stunned to see her on the other side. oprah was there to support democrats stacey abrams who is hoping to become the first black woman to govern a u.s. state. after doing some door to door knocking, the two held a pair of town halls. >> you get a boat! you get a vote! >> speaking to a very enthusiastic crowd, oprah encouraged women in particular to make their voices heard next tuesday. meanwhile, president donald trump was busy caat crackdown with four migrant caravans now making theiway to the u.s. border. the president announced a plan to require asylum-seekers to present themselves at a legal port of entry.
u.s. immigration law currently allows for asylum applications between border crossings. the kpix 5 news team has you covered from all angles on election night. we will be bringing you live results and analysis all evening long starting at 8 pm with our special live stream on our website. experts are warning about a growing cyber security threat. the target? a service we'll use for free. the goal is creating gps chaos. kpix 5's joe vasquez is on the road with the story. >> reporter: remember the old days? if you got lost, you had to ask somebody directions. we have really come to expect that these navigation systems will work in our smart phones. now, there is a growing concern that they're going to get hacked by way of the global positioning satellite system.
>> when aaron wolf wants directions or to get a ride, she whips out her smart phone. >> when you open it up, it already has your location. >> reporter: that is things to gps. gps is not so much about maps, it is about time. >> all of the gps satellites are very, very precise clocks. >> reporter: on each satellite, a set of atomic clocks. they send a continuous ultra precise time signal to earth. >> the gps satellites are whispering down to gps receivers. >> it gives you time down to the order of 1 billionth of a second. >> reporter: computers around the world decide -- help to tell what time it is. tractors harvest food, digital broadcasting, airports, they all
rely upon gps and it's ultra precise timing. our economy now depends on it. >> gps value to the united states is over $66 billion per year. >> reporter: there is a growing cyber security threat to gps. the greatest danger is deliberate spoofing or jamming by hackers and rival foreign military powers. >> this is a major national security issue. >> reporter: a security expert demonstrated how with a cheap homemade kit, he could effectively warp time by falsifying gps-based time signals. shift time and services stop working. >> if gps were to fail in the san francisco bay area tonight, all of the bridges would shut down because none of the payment systems would work. nobody would be able to use any of their credit cards.
you would not get any money out of the atms. hospitals would not be able to work. the electrical systems would fail. >> we know there is a danger and eventually something bad will happen. >> reporter: dana goward is president of the resilient navigation and timing foundation. he is calling for a backup system to augment gps. >> we strongly think gps should be augmented. >> we have to have a backup. >> we hope it will not take a disaster. >> reporter: one silicon valley company that makes atomic clocks for its own client is taking matters into its own hands. they have created a firewall to bolster protection against the growing gps threat. >> the threat is real. we see it on a global basis. >> knowing how much it impacts every part of my life, i would say i depend on it.
>> other countries have backup systems. the united states does not have one and there is a push for funding for a backup system but so far, the united states government has not put up the money for it. >> so interesting. any idea how much something like this would cost? >> i don't have that exact cost for you. we are talking in the billions of dollars. it was a budget item this last time and for some reason, it did not make it through. >> thank you, joe. >> we have a special report online of professor brad parkinson and gps. >> that is fascinating. it is amazing how much we rely
on gps for everything. >> dozens of times a day, every day. maybe you used gps today. it was 80 in half moon bay today. 80 degrees at the beach. not as warm tomorrow but still above average. san jose, 66. only a few upper 40s. 55 for both fremont and san jose. here we go again, yet another fire weather watch in the hills. why are we talking about this again? the fuels are dry. humidity will drop on saturday. the northbay hills and east bay hills, fire weather watch for the first half of the week. saturday night and early sunday we fall back. you gain one hour of sleep. sunrise at 6:38 am on thursday. sunset at 5:07 pm. we have a northwind over the next couple of days.
we have a north to northwest wind tomorrow. the wind is going around this ridge of high pressure. it is huge. it is impacting the entire west coast. futurecast will allow a little bit of fog to roll in overnight . we have some high cloud cover. plan on zero fog on saturday as the winds turned even more northeasterly. highs tomorrow are not as warm as today. san francisco is still above avsaa clara. still hot. san mateo, 75. mill valley, 73. berkley, 71. cloverdale, 83.
this is november. this is why we pay $5 million per acre to live here. sunshine across-the-board. one extra hour of sleep this weekend. >> where is my frost on the pumpkin? >> we can't do this forever, we need rain soon. it is beginning to look a lot like christmas in san francisco. we spotted snowflake decorations coming up, illuminating the light poles along market street. it is here, the holiday season is here. we will be right back. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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before she dives! cut it! >> fishermen saw a humpback whale tingled and broke in morro bay in september. the coast guard told him they would not be able to respond for hours so one of them jumped onto the whale's back. it struggled and slammed its tail against the boat but the fishermen cut the rope and freed the whale. the coast guard says don't do this at home. that was incredibly dangerous and the best thing to do is to always call for help. >> i wonder if that guy can save the raiders. thpreseason! >> new miracle man, next.
two stories came out of one game tonight at levi stadium. nick mullens had the highest passer rate -- rating by a quarterback since the nfl-afl merger since 1970. the raiders might be the worst team in the nfl. he for the game, mullins was not even verified on twitter. now he has 22,000 followers. why? he does stuff like this. opening drive, of course he kept the football. he threaded the needle. that was a 13 play drive. the 49ers let 40 knife and three. -- 40-3. the offensive line allowed seven sacks and oh and was thirsty for a win.
mullins with his third touchdown pass of the game. it was 24-3. 262 yards. look at raheem mozer. he could not get a hand on him. he does not even have to wash his uniform for next week's game. 34-3. the 49ers get their second win of the year. >> we are keeping our secret weapon ready to go. nick has prepared a long time for this. >> how did you sleep last night? >> i slept good that i woke up every hour. but, those hour periods were great. >> we have to find a way to start games better. we have to eliminate the big plays. >> we just didn't get any breaks. we didn't have any big plays. they literally just came out and beat us to a pulp.
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