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we belie onor both of the squad cars was involved in the initial shooting. the green cards are part of the investigation as police pieced together would happen. san jose police said the suspect was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. no officers were injured. the shooting that occurred just a few blocks south of independence high school. we did talk to a student from independence high school who said students on campus were aware of the shooting and heard about it through social media traffic. but that is 2/10 of a mile from here. pretty far from the crime scene. the students say knowing about it but don't have any effect on the school. we'll bring you mortal more details as we know them. i mark sanger, kpix 5 . let's get to the latest on out, the tider crews ha maignt g
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isallyooperati. they have held the fire to 76,825 acres. up in containment to 60%. >> the evacuation zone is shrinking significantly putting more neighborhoods in the clear and allowing thousands to return home. right now on army of firefighters is focusing on the eastern flank of the fire in lake county. especially near mount st. helena. >> susan walker is live in windsor where residents are breathing a sign of relief. >> reporter: by no means are things back to normal here. but today, was definitely a step in that direction. >> we will find out. >> it's good to see everything here and so thankful for the first responders who held the fire at foothill park. and saved windsor. >> reporter: in a town that very much feels saved, people came rolling back in today in numbers large enough ngchlenges, it was
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good to but we've got to wait at least until tomorrow when the gases back on. >> we were in a motel for 3 days. my dad, four days. so now it's good to be home. >> reporter: most of the homes lost are in areas that are still closed off, scattered along hillsides and at the edge of the alexander valley. there's no collection of devastation like mountain grove. homes that are saved are often surrounded by the telltale shade of pink and the burned area is still closed for good reason. >> we have a 25 mile stretch. we've got three sets of cutters. one at the top, one in the middle and one at the bottom. were trying to get the road open today. >> reporter: not farm out far away normalcy was returning along with a lot of grateful people. >> people coming back and it's looking good. we got a great community here. everyone is checking on everyone and making sure we are all good. >> reporter: it is good to be home and to make people a little more welcomed. the mayor of windsor is
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throwing a little event tonight. we will have more on that coming up at 6:00. a little hint, there's a party at the mayor's house. we're live and sor,waer forkpix san bernardino showing the wrath of the newest california wildfire. the flames forcing hundreds of residents to flee in the middle of the night and in golfing several houses. the front kept the fire from spreading. the fire spec this morning in the foothills near highway 18. the flames raced downhill to the neighborhoods below. it is being called the hillside fire and it has burned 200 acres in 60 mile-per-hour winds. our crews have up containment to 50%. the calls remains a mystery. investigators say there were no powerlines where the fire spec. after the flames burned through this neighborhood, some residents have returned to find their homes destroyed. this man's family's home is
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nothing now but a burned out shell but he managed to get his wife, four kids and belongings out. even ran to the neig >> the man lost baby pictures of his kids saved on the laptop, destroyed by the fire. but he has a positive outlook saying the home can be replaced but life cannot. fire crews also working to hold fire lines in simi valley where the wind causing the easy fire to grow to 1700 acres since yesterday. the blaze is 10% contained. 26,000s are allowed to return home and all mandatory evacuations are lifted. at the height of the fire the place down the highway and threatened the ronald reagan presidential library. pg&e utwn. governor newsom visited in el dorado county school today. one of many closed this week by power outages.
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>> what we had hundreds of hundreds of schools out, and continue to have these outages that are impacting the education of our children, the good news is we are turning the corner. but we anticipate that over 90% of all counties will be back, at least as a minimum baseline, back with our power with a few exceptions. >> the governor confirmed pg&e has agreed to provide rebates to customers affected by some of the shutoffs. we have a commute alert. b.a.r.t. is recovering from a major delay. it is impacting the dublin 10, pleasanton, warm springs and richmond directions. the delay is due to track maintenance. giving you a live look at the shea center where the warriors will be playing without steph curry for a while. the star point guard broke his left hand during a hard fall of the backscatter. curry himself posted a photo on instagram with his bandaged hand and the words, appreciate all the love, text, support and all that. be back soon. kpix 5 on how old and state
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fans are observing the news. >> reporter: flight night came early for the warriors with the nasty spell that left superstar steph curry with a broken left hand. on this all hallows eve, the mood around the shiny new warriors palace, the shea center was melancholy. >> devastated. >> not the best way to kick off chase center. >> reporter: analyst bob dorfman, says while the injury is heartbreaking it could be good for the long run. >> right now it is all about next season. i think. you are thinking, you want a healthy curry, you want a healthy klay thompson. you want to make sure that nothing happens to. you want a good draft pick. >> reporter: fans were phslight more optimistic on the hopes with no staff, klay thompson and no kevin durant. >> it is as the past 5 years,
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will figured out. they get through it. we have a good organization. >> hopefully they come out with wins and at least they get to the playoffs at least. but it is kind of -- i don't see it going anywhere. >> reporter: even a denver nuggets fan we found was bummed about number 30. >> from overall nba fan perspective, he is, you know class personified. to take stephen a smith's words. you never want to root for him to be hurt. is atorofo espely hunized from a small college. >> no treat today, just one nasty trick that is hard to swallow. >> he broke his hand, that's crazy. >> reporter: curry's sister calling out fans. she is upset that thousands left after her brother's injury with more than a quarter left in the game and the warriors
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trailing. she tweeted this, look, the warriors are what they are and that is what it is. but fans, you've got to do better. they brought it within 12 and 3/4 of y'all were waiting for b.a.r.t. , not okay. and definitely not oracle. that we later deleted touched on the sensitive issue of some of the most loyal and vocal fans being priced out at chase. for the fourth time in u.s. history, congress, about to begin impeachment hearings against a sitting president. cbs reporter nikole killion is live with today's big vote and what's next. >> reporter: allen, this really is the first vote to formalize the impeachment inquiry. and basically lays out the roadmap for the public phase of this process which could start in a matter of weeks. on this vote the yeas are 232
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and the names are 196. the resolution is adopted. >> reporter: in your partyline vote the house approved a resolution that allows congress to hold public impeachment hearings against president trump. >> we take no joy in having to move down this road and proceed with the impeachment inquiry. but neither do we shrink from it. >> reporter: president trump watch the vote at the white house and tweeted, the greatest witchhunt in american history. >> i guess it is only fitting that you take this vote on halloween. >> reporter: the resolution designates open hearings and allows the president and his counsel to question witnesses. but the president must cooperate with the house investigation or democrats can strip his rights. you theright thdo speebut you only say the words i agree with. >> reporter: today's debate did not slow down the closed-door investigation. into president trump off his dealings with ukraine. >> the president russia expert tim morrison was in the hot seat today. cbs news has confirmed morrison was not initially concerned about mr. trump's phone call with ukraine's president but
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later learned that military aid was conditioned on ukraine publicly announcing political investigations. >> the allegations are serious as it gets. and endangering national security for political gain. our president was right. you are concerned about corruption. our president is right into looking into interference in the 2016 election. >> reporter: the testimony comes one day after the white house confirmed his resignation. democrats in that hearing say that morrison backed up what other officials have said. republicans described his testimony as positive and credible though they believe it is damaging to democrats' narrative. >> with this resolution approved, how soon do we expect the public hearings to get going? >> reporter: you know, we had been hearing that this could get underway, perhaps by mid- november. certainly lawmakers will move quickly on this. and earlier this month, the senaority leer mitch mcconnel ohis members that potentially there
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could be an impeachment trial in the senate. of course that is after the house move forward with articles of impeachment. that could happen as early as thanksgiving. we will have to wait and see allen. >> nicole killian in washington for us, thanks. a frightening commute. the close call for one bay area driver. when this came smashing through the windshield. >> all of a sudden my window exploded. this driver was nearly hit by a projectile. is not the only one. the search for a suspect, randomly targeting cars on the central coast. alarming revelations about a massive hack attack on uber pain. questions on how the company handled stolen customer data. there is a freeze warning for the north bay tomorrow morning. before we get there, halloween tonight. we will talk about the forecast in detail coming right up. announcer: 5 million kids use e-cigarettes. it's an
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epidemic fueled by juul with their kid-friendly flavors. san francisco voters stopped the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. but then juul, backed by big tobacco, wrote prop c to weaken e-cigarette protections. the san francisco chronicle reports prop c i threatening to overturn the ban on flavored products approved by voters. prop c means more kids vaping. that's a dangerous idea. vote no onop
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shouldn't they go to prison for as long as the law allows? chesa boudin said he wouldn't seek maximum sentences as district attorney, even for murder. we are a progressive city, but letting violent criminals off early endangers everyone. ad paid for by san francisco police officers association. not authorized by a candidate or committee controlled by a candidate. disclosures at sfethics.org. driver this morning. take a look, that's a piece of
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wood lodged in the dan. it happened on i-80 near mcdonald avenue in richmond. luckily it did not break all the way through. authorities say the driver was not injured. the driver south of the bay area faced a dangerous commute last night. cars speeding down 101 were being hit by unknown projectiles and police do not know where they were coming from. actually, this has been happening off and on since summer. along highway 101 near the highway 56 interchange. that is east of lost landing. you can see one driver's window completely blown out. he wasn't the only one. chp said there were 89 incidents like this within just 30 minutes. 8:00 to 9:00. authorities don't know what the projectile is or who is shooting them. the victims were worried people could be seriously hurt. >> it was on the left-hnd explo hassan emergency vehicle pulled over. so i pulled behind it.
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and only to learn another car had been hit in front of me. it is dangerous, to say the least. it could've been a lot worse. >> one woman was cut by shattered glass. virtually no one else injured. chp is calling for people to sailor in the area. they're asking anyone with information of course to call 30s. redwood city police and animal cruelty suspect was arrested after tips poured in from the public. it comes after police received a report that the suspect was seen swinging a dog into the air this win redwood caht on camea resident went d m some he thd out on his ce hihil. thn refrengethe
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moving car escape the am. it all happened as breakfast was being prepared on board the train in pakistan. the gas stove exploded and survivors say they began to call for help to get the conductors attention. as flames went to the train car several injured began to jump off. it wasn't until 20 minutes later that the train screeched to a halt and as many as 74 people were killed. more than 40 were injured. today isis named a new leader. you will be the successor to the leader who died during a u.s. raid in syria over the weekend. abu bakr al-baghdadi blew himself up during that raid. head of u.s. central command, released declassified video of it yesterday. five other members of isis died. isis also confirmed one of 1020 once close hours later. he was killed in a joint u.s. operation with kurdish forces. uber is facing questions about a massive hack attack in
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2016. in exclusive interview with cbs lose news, u.s. attorney who investigated the hack details of the unusual weight uber handled the sensitive customer information. >> reporter: prosecutors say a uber launched its own version of a manhunt to track down two hackers who extorted the company out of $100,000 in exchange for a promise to delete 57 million user files that they stole off a third party server. the justice department said that within weeks of paying the ransom, uber employees showed up at brandon glover's florida home and found at a hotel restaurant in canada. the pair admitted the crimes but uber did not turn them over to the cops. instead they had them sign nondisclosure agreements promising to keep quiet. >> we know that the defendants said that they destroyed that data. but there was a third participant in the hack. that third participant was
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unknown to uber. >> the hackers targeted a company owned by linkedin that did not pay and probably reported the hack to police. uber eventually did as well. a year after the hack. when the new ceo publicly disclosed it. the hackers were eventually arrested and pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiracy to commit extortion. uber behaved atrociously. the wired editor-in-chief nick thompson said with cyber crimes on the rise, our personal data remains vulnerable. >> we have come up with smart ways to protect data. and hackers have come up with all kinds of smart ways to get through our protections. your data is held in a bunch of places. and each one of those places needs to be secure. >> the first time those two hackers met in person was after they were arrested. the now face up to 5 years in prison. and the third person involved remains a large. ubers says it is not commenting
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on the ongoing terminal investigation. gearrin joins us with your halloween forecast. kids are getting to write ready to head outdoors. >> the winds is done which is a big concern of kids are running around. and temperatures will be right where they should be for this time of year. i'm starting off with your general forecast. you will see a temperature range. 49 for the cold spots toward the evening. then 62 if you're going out around 6:00.bo sunset. at's going to happen at 6:12 pm. here's the forecast, looking ahead. we will plate from 6:00 on. for 5:00, the numbers are in the 70s. let's advance hour by hour. if you're planning to be out at 6:00, and 60s for most places.
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by the time we got to 7:00 we have 50 showing up. hayward at 58 at 7:00. this is like prime time trick- or-treating. by 8:00, it is in the mid-50s. fremt down to 52 by the time we get to 9:00. those are good numbers for the south and east bay. as we do it again, we will started again at 5:00. the yellow shows you plenty of 70s. with vance to 6:00. shf eecome in and we come down to the mid-60s. it is great numbers. it starts to get a little cooler the later weekend. particularly in the north bay. see shades of blue showing up. is going to be get into the ov hours. by 9:00 we are doing okay. but once we get past 2 am we've got another freeze warning. everywhere in red is in the freeze warning for the evening from 2 am to 9 am. let's take a closer look at the
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numbers. this is going to be saturday on sonoma county. of got a bunch of imtline. of the specific numbers on here. hillsboro, 26 tomorrow morning for the low. that means you spend several hours below freezing. it's one thing to get to 32 and say officially we got to freezing this morning. it is something else to go down to 26 degrees. that means below the 32 degree mark for a lot of that time frame. that's where you start to think about pets, pipes and plants. make sure you bring your pets in tonight, that's going to be rough at 26 degrees. for the rest of the north bay, lakeport, you are going to freeze, down to 30 but not as long or as deep. across the bay area, i just showed you the north bay. you are not in the north bay, this is not an issue. it will be cold for concord, 38 in livermore. inland valleys it is colder but on the south bay, san jose goes to 40. 86 tonight in oakland and san francisco barely dropping below
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good-looking number for the daytime highs tomorrow, mid-70s for most places. the 7-day forecast, there's a little warm up but nothing dramatic. and unfortunately no rain. not for the next seven days at least. and probably beyond that. back over to you. washington, d.c. buzzing tonight. it has nothing to do with any political drama. for the first time ever, the nationals have won the world series. there they are, this evening getting off their charter. what have they done for the last 24 hours? i can only imagine. they are the chance. they returned home tonight to major fanfare. you can see them getting off the plane, holding the trophy up for fans to see. they clinched game seven tonight against the astros. final score, 6 - too. a lot of hard-core astros fanst2 are blaming the pitching change in the h ning that led to a
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two run homerun that pretty much nailed it. from which houston would never recover. the victory parade set for saturday. at the lab news desk, i'm ken bastida back to you. the problems piling up for boeing. new concerns about cracks in plains. the discovery that's grounded dozens of jets.
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two people are dead and one person is in the hospital after a plane crashed onto a road and hit an suv. it happened in ocala, 80 miles northwest of orlando. authorities say the plane crashed on a maintenance light. you can see the plane appears to be completely destroyed and the front of the suv smashed in. the driver of the suv was taken to the hospital. no word on their condition. dozens of boeing planes are grounded after cracks turned up in a crucial part. the 737 ng is a heavy-duty used model around the world. three models in asia and australia have grounded them for inspection. earlier boeing reported a problem with the part that binds wings to the fuselage. the company now says out of 1000 planes, less than 5% had cracks detected. the ng is a precursor to the 737 max. of course that model has been grounded since march on the flight handling software.
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that along with allegations that boeing played down the software issues that put the company on the defensive. evacuees aren't the only ones going home in sonoma county. the homecoming for some firefighters after dangerous week. while others are being shifted to new battlegrounds -- >> i'm leaving now because of a double standard. >> the congresswoman targeted by revenge delivers a scathing presentation speech on the house floor. red-hot bus, the surprising stash hidden in size inside bottles. it takes a village to raise a child.
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the tide is turning on the kincaid fire. containment is up and evacuation zone continues to strength shrink. >> an army of firefighters was called to battle the flames.

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