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we are starting with a wildfire. it is still raging out of control. >> new information, the fire has grown in size. and, jeanine is live at base camp. and crews are battling the fire. hundreds of homes are threatened. >> reporter: yes. that is right. and now we have just been told that 1100 fire personnel are here. and, a portion of them are attending a briefing that is just about to start. you can see all of these firefighters here them all over the state. at the briefing they will find out how the fire is behaving where it is heading and what to protect. so far, the fire has burned 2200 acres and is 10% contained. they say the cooler temperatures should help them get a bad -- ahead of the fire. and, it was heading towards the drainage area.
we are waiting to hear if the fire advanced in that area. there are 300 homes threatened overall. one home and six outbuildings have been destroyed many living in the mountain communities have been evacuated. but we are told that there are some who have day. what is that dude us? >> it hampers us getting in. it is when they decide to leave, they are getting in our way. >> number two, if we know that they are in their they have to put a resource to protect them. that pulls that resource off of that fire line. >> it has been a difficult and intense fire because it is burning in steep terrain and all of the vegetation is very dry. it is serving as fuel. they have been using 11 helicopters to fight the fire. they will continue to do that and, crews have bulldozers, they have cut through the brush and made fire lines.
it will continue to hold a perimeter to prevent it from spreading. we are hoping to get new information, this briefing just got underway. and, or the percentage of containment we will have to see despite mandatory evacuations, some people are choosing to a and protect their property. that decision is actually against the law. violating a mandatory evacuation order is a misdemeanor and it is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $1000. the reasoning here, is it somebody stays behind and needs to be rescued that jeopardizes the rescue workers. the law hasn't been enforced because of the emotional nature being evacuated. but the question of the day, should people who violate mandatory evacuation orders face criminal punishment? let us know what you think. you can also tweet us using
that hashtag. the bad air quality forced santa clara county health advisers to issue a health advisory. health officials advised taking extra care when doing physical activity. they say that the smoke may increase over the next days or weeks. they say that they are closely watching the situation. you can feel the difference in the air outside. >> yes. >> steve has that forecast. >> much cooler. >> now, for the firefighters the depth of the fog is probably not high enough. today if not tonight, but certainly by tomorrow the humidity will go up, and the fire getting up about 2500, 3000 feet. and the base of the low cloud deck is still about 1000. but it's going to play into a cooler forecast, the temperatures are cooler are ready morning. and, the humidity was 14% yesterday. and, there is a component of a
westerly breeze. and, she is our source, a little cooler today. and, the moon waits for son. i have a 92, it will be close. and she says, i know it will break our heart, but the last few frames would be fun to see. what is he talking about? well, there are many forecast models. here, the global forecast system does show some rain late sunday and monday. there are others that are stronger and have more rain. they have a tendency to changes tune from one run to the next. don't you worry, we will get some rain out of the system. >> fog is there again tonight and tomorrow is really going to lift. it is filling in nicely. and, the breeze is there. it is not howling yet. 40s and 50s on your temperatures. this is all about the low clouds and fog. and that's the low that's going
to drop in. 60s, 70s and 80s. >> all right. good morning. good morning. we do have a commute that seems to be at full strength now. we're going to start there, and take a look at the interstate we're going to start there, and take a look at the interstate 80 westbound. driving between the bridge and the macarthur maze. almost 45 minutes as you drive down towards the bay bridge toll plaza and when you do, you will see another 20 minute delay. we do have quite a bit of slow traffic for you. and, we have been looking at marin county. and it is slow, we argue talked about the east shore but the other part -- we all ready talked about the east shore, but the other part coming down to that venetia bridge is slow. and when you make your way down to the concorde area. this commute seems to be pretty slow. and, at 7:06 am, let's go back to the desk clerk
work on the nutrients they transit center may be put on hold. -- on the new transit center, may be put on hold. it's because of the millennium tower building that is sinking. >> -- >> reporter: yes, that's word. good morning to you. city leaders have decided not to continue funding the trends bay terminal construction project and it is because of those problems that we have been telling you about with millennium tower here at the corner of mission and fremont street. originally it was predicted that it could shrink anywhere between four and 6 inches but as we have been reporting the upscale top -- condo tower has slipped about eckstein inches over the past eight years and experts say that it couldn't sink another 30 inches. officials with the millennium tower project have hinted that the trends bay transit enter project just across the street may have been to blame. now, work on that project could
potentially be delayed. yesterday, the san francisco leaders voted to withhold funding for the second phase of the transit project which will create a train extension into downtown. now, we have talked to people who live here, one man told me that he was not surprised about the latest funding issues with that project. >> it doesn't surprise me too much it seems like everything is delayed here. and, obviously, we want everything to be safe before you put it out and yes, it doesn't surprise me. >> that's >> reporter: according to the san francisco examiner, the trends bay joint powers authority says that the entire project could potentially be in jeopardy if that funding, the nearly $7 million is not released by the city. city supervisors say that they are worried of course, about the sinking millennium tower, they want those issues to be
sorted out but they are also worried about coast overruns -- cost overruns. and that's bringing you back out here live, some of the condo owners have all ready to the developer and the trends bay joint authority. now, a new issues stemming from the sinking here. and again, that funding has been put on hold for the trends bay terminal project. >> all right, alex savage thank you. a brand-new nevada apartment complex for homeless families plans to go ahead with a grand opening despite being burglarized. police say that someone broke into the village sunday night or early monday morning. they smashed a laundry room door and stole a stove, refrigerator, two toilets, two sinks, a garbage to spoil, -- garbage disposal, and lights. it is estimated to be worth $12,000. the complex is being developed by homeward bound.
mainly with donations. they say, now they need more donations from the public just to complete the project. and, going ahead with that grand opening, and we will make repairs in the meantime. protests in the city of el cajon in eastern san diego county after police shot and killed an african-american man. 100 protesters gathered there last night. the demonstration was peaceful. they lit candles to mourn the person who was gunned down. officers responded to reports of a man acting erratically. he was walking in traffic. they say when he arrived, he put his hands into the first pocket. and, they placed both hands and extended it to work the officers. and, several -- fired several to the gun. >> now is the time for calm. and, we plan to be open and
transparent within the rules of the wall -- rules of the law. >> they shot my brother, they shot my brother, what am i going to do? >> no gun was recovered at the scene. a witness says the man may have had a seizure. another one recorded the shooting and authorities are refusing to release the footage or disclose what exactly it was that the man was holding. the man's family said he had a mental disability. happened today the city of oakland can be in the search for the new police chief. the meeting starts at 6 pm it will be in spanish at the apartments on e. 12th st. and the goal of these meetings collect and gather input on what they believe work in the oakland police department and what needs to be improved they are also being asked about the qualities that they want to see in the new police chief. so far, answers have included that they want someone who understands that the community is committed to use develop and
investigators say that they have solid evidence that a malaysian jet was shot down by a missile moved into eastern ukraine. they say intercepted communications show russian rebels had called for a deployment of the surface to air weapon and reported its arrival in the rebel controlled areas of eastern ukraine. it crashed july 17 of 2014 all 298 people on board were killed about two thirds of the passengers were dutch citizens. the crew members were malaysian. they continue to deny the allegations that they were responsible. president. obama and dignitaries from all over the world will attend friday's funeral for former israeli president shimon peres. he died at the age of 93. he suffered a major stroke two weeks ago and was in the hospital. he fought in israel's war of
independence served as the prime minister twice and was president from 2007 to 2014. he was awarded the nobel peace prize for his negotiations with the palestinians. his son said that his father had no other interest in serving the people of israel. >> we were privileged to have been part of his private family. today, we sense that the entire nation of israel and the global community mourns this great loss. we share this pain. together. >> and among the other world leaders, will be at the funeral for perez, will be former president. bill clinton, hillary clinton will be there as well, prince charles of england and the presidents of france and mexico. president. obama released a statement calling him the essence of israel. inside, with his debt a light -- with his death a life has gone out but the hope will burn
forever. happening now, at guy director james komi is on capitol hill discussing the emails of then secretary of state hillary clinton. this is the second time in two days that he is appearing before congress talking about the issue republicans want to know why they granted immunity to clinton's former chief of staff during the investigation into her private email server. he told the senate panel yesterday that the bureau is transparent. new this morning amy schumer is the most dangerous celebrity to google. they say that she tops the 10th annual list of the most dangerous celebrities online. according to them, a search for her carries over a 16% chance of connecting with a site that carries viruses or malware. justin bieber came in second followed by carson daly will smith and rihanna. >> i have no idea. >> it is 7:17 am.
i can always check in with sound and feel safe. >> i always love, you catch me looking at my screen usually i am looking at the accident list and i don't see that many. but i do see some. we will take you through. let's see what we have that morning commute. i will say that the traffic is going to be busy as you drive on these commute. there are no major problems here on the san mateo bridge but, as you go out towards the peninsula will see slow traffic and i have noticed getting to the bridge is going to be busy. looking at the commute, that is backed up for a 20 to 25 minute delay have been no major problems getting on. we mentioned that the east bay is busy and i have been looking here southbound 880 is going to be slow as you drive down to highway 92. there was an earlier accident in this area but it is actually not a major one but is slowing traffic 680 traffic is slow out of the dublin interchange.
we're getting to the point where this commute is getting more and more congested. 7:18 am. >> hello. >> i saw some low clouds of those traffic pictures. >> you are correct. >> think a lot of people are welcoming that. we had three days of very hot temperatures but now, everything is shifting gears towards a much cooler pattern. in fact, those low clouds are lifting. they didn't impact very many. and, the san francisco zoo the ocean beach, they were very foggy. but now that's lifting. he is across from that area. and a warm 73 there. the relative humidity is 35% a dry fog like smoke layer with 100 yard visibility at 2000 foot elevation. and, that is my observation, it's pretty close to what he had. humidity is up, are seeing a little westerly component on that breeze.
and i think by tonight and tomorrow the base of that and depth of that fog layer will start to help. right now, it is just held below that. but there is plenty of low clouds making a push. not up the mountain. if it does, it's not going up high enough to help those firefighters but cooler temperatures and we will take that westerly breeze any day. low clouds and fog just getting ramped up. not the breeze yet. but it will pick up big time are not be surprised to see gusts about 35 or 40. speaking of 40s, the napa airport is at 40, yet there are some low 60s for others. the northbay temperatures are quite cool the mill valley is in the 40s. and sevastopol low 50s. in the winds about calistoga are 63 standard fell 5351 ukiah, and tropical clouds rotating back in from phoenix arizona
also las vegas back into maybe the southern san joaquin valley also southern california so if you're going down that you may encounter if you hit or miss showers. the key for the cooldown is right here. a pretty strong secondary system will drop in behind that. and, the northbay gets the first ring of the season. and, today one more day of 90s and they may disappear here for six days. six the 70s and 80, down a good 10% for some -- down a good 10 for some. and, a much cooler pattern into friday, clouds increase sunday. >> i felt a huge difference. the time is 7:20 am. a man named andrew fox had it all planned out. >> he was going to ask him to marry him while he was at a yankees game.
and it didn't go as planned. >> the ring fell out. he works for the overnight shifts. he said he was gone on two hours sleep he was nervous. he almost cried. fortunately the people that love is more important and they helped him hunt. and after about five minutes of searching they found it. the crowd goes wild. he proposed asked her to marry him. he gave she gave him a big kiss and said yes best wishes to them. a beautiful union. 7:21 am. a garbage collector had a very special friendship with one of his youngest customers. >> but now, that the garbage
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please began chasing a ban on westbound interstate 580 just before 7 pm reportedly, but then got off of the freeway but the driver then turned back went the wrong way up in off ramp and back on to 580. the man headed westbound on the eastbound lanes. moments later, there was an accident at the harrison street ramp. we haven't heard about any arrest or injuries. we also do not know why the chase started. the controversial proposal on how permits are issued for operating marijuana businesses is on hold. they voted to two last night on a plan that would require all marijuana businesses to give 25% of profits and one seat on the company's board of directors to the city. it would also limit operating permits to people who lived in oakland for at least five years. supporters say would let city leaders impose racial equity on what is expected to become a thriving industry critics say that the requirements would make it a less attractive
location for marijuana merchants to set up businesses. east bay bed is telling there even though the water may taste range it's okay and safe. they say that the treatment plan was taken off-line for upgrades and those customers were switched to the san pablo and upper san leandro water treatment plants the taste of the water is described as being earthy. it comes from reservoirs with dirt bottoms the taste will disappear when the temperatures cool more. the plant is due to be off-line until april. a man who has worked in the garbage -- as a garbage collector is paralyzed following a car accident. but a special friend that he made is trying to help. august 22 he was seriously hurt when he crashed his pickup truck into the toll plaza on the richmond san mateo bridge on his way to work. the sexual boy found out what happened and he wanted to help. he held to bake sales and
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a red tag on a home in petaluma. the home is deemed unsafe after a fire destroyed for homes and badly burned about eight others. you can see, windows and sliding glass doors are all boarded up in the remains of what was damaged in the fire are right up front. we're going to bring in leigh martinez more coverage to talk
about what investigators think may have started it. welcome back. good morning. let's talk about the weather. and, the nice refreshing air outside. that forecast. >> yes, it's on its way. >> no doubt. not only today, but carrying all the way probably into tuesday. maybe even rain in the forecast. that fog bank is starting to lift. and yesterday was right down on the deck. it only impacted a select few. ocean beach, and out towards sunset. and, if you're up above it, it stays from sunrise to saratoga. then, we also have some fog. and, 49 with fog fog fog. that fog has filled in and is pouring over the inland.
is making the poach -- a push and it will make an impact i think, for the firefighters if not all ready. the higher elevations are not getting in on the. but there are signs by tonight and tomorrow i think it will lift high enough. the breeze at the delta not that much. 40s and 50s on the temperatures. and 50s and 60s for some running a little warm for a few. and, the theme is to get this in a big way. and, a couple of 90s but, after today i don't think that there are any 90s for the week. we do have a couple of incidents. good morning. the slow traffic is really feeling in here in the east bay. on the east shore freeway's taking almost an hour to drive to the macarthur maze and it's going to be backed up mostly in the richmond and -- the richmond area. only to slow down again at the
toll plaza. for a 20 minute delay. i want to mention some problems that we have in the east bay we have so traffic approaching the san mateo bridge. we also have a problem reported westbound 84 near that campus. there is a crash and traffic is slow. that's heading over towards the peninsula and on the expressway, at homestead, it is a motorcycle accident and a lot of people use this expressway to avoid the freeway. but the freeway traffic is moving, it is slow, i don't know, is a half-dozen of the other. you'll see a lot of slow traffic. and, 7:33 am. back to the desk. fire crews will be investigating a fire that destroyed for homes. and it badly burned eight others. leigh martinez is in the
neighborhood now. in the flames move fast.>> that's >> reporter: -- and the flames move fast. >> reporter: that's right, two were injured, and one pet cat did die. and, now that it is daylight we're going to show you some of the damage that has been done. this house has been a red flag. it is uninhabitable right now. a lot of the stuff that they have out here was once inside of the home. and, about 10 other homes received damaged -- damage. and, a lot of people are saying that these eucalyptus trees are partly to blame because it went up very quickly and because neighbors and fire crews really helped intensify. they are forced to flee their homes with no time to grab their belongings. man suffered smoke in relation but refused to grab belongings.
and, she has blisters on her feet after she awoke from a nap and ran barefoot across the grass to save her elderly neighbor. >> i ran out and they were ambers everywhere. they got her out of the house but my feet were burning. and i'm trying to make sure that i'm pacing. i got her in a neighbor's car. >> the fire appears to have started on highway 1016 shoulder and spread to a row of eucalyptus trees that create a buffer between the highway in the homes. by the time the fire trucks arrived houses were all ready burning. they said that the trees were torching off and ambers were being blown through the wind and fire is under investigation. it is presumed to be human caused since it started near the highway. the back out here live, a fire truck has just arrived we are told that they are going to be continuing their investigation today are calls have not been returned. we are told that cal fire is no longer handling the investigation it is now the
petaluma fire department and homeowners said they have complained to put these trees up in the past before about how flammable they are. so, we will be making calls to see if there will be any changes. back to peer all right. thanks fire crews say that a 14- year-old boy started a grass fire yesterday that spread really quick. the flames damaged one home and burned right into acres. several homes were also in danger. police say -- police cited that teenager for playing with matches. now he is being sent to the youth fire center intervention program. in the north bay we just received an update regarding a wildfire the sole male fire -- the sawmill fire is burning, containment went from 75% to 85%. and, while there were two minor
injuries, there were no minor evacuations. a wildfire has burned more than 1000 acres. it is 25% contained, and they believe it was caused by people because, there is no other reasonable explanation they say for how it started. they say they don't know if the fire was deliberately set or an accident. right now they are focused on keeping the flames on the west side. >> if it were to go on the east side, it has an uphill run for miles and miles. and with a lot of homes in there.>> the fires burn more quickly upheld then on flat land, no one has been evacuated but that could happen if the fire starts burning more quickly. no homes are threatened but power lines in the power plant are in the line of fire. let's go ahead and take a look at a fire map you can see, 10
active fires are burning in california. that includes the loma fire that we have been reporting on. and, we will have another live report on that fire coming up. it is now 7:38 am. they are looking for two men who being and robbed a couple as they were unloading groceries outside of their home. the 63-year-old and his wife 70- year-old carol brown outside of the home when they were attacked. he says that his wife picked them up and then went to safeway before coming home. moments later the gunman approached them. he said that his wife thought that it was a joke. she fought to keep her purse. the gunman shot her two times. once for the pelvis and the upper arm. >> i was unloading my stuff in the back of the car and she was standing in front waiting for me to come in and this guy comes up to me and meanwhile, the other guy sort of jumped around
on the stairs and went after carol. >> -- i bolted for the door and somewhere in there she was getting shot. i don't remember the exact sequence. >> they say it will take 3 to 6 months for his wife to recover. she may lose mobility in her arm. hillary clinton and donald trump are heading to swing states. they are bragging about their debate performances. as they report, it appears the november election results are becoming harder and harder to predict. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are looking ahead to the next debate. and no shock, they are both claiming victory in the first debate. for hillary clinton in north carolina it sure sounded like a victory. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> [applause] >> yes. one down, two to go.
>> she celebrated when she and her supporters thought a clear win on monday night. trump was not surprised, thought he got the better of clinton. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton. >> but who is actually going to win in november? for that returned to one of the most accurate alexis soothsayers, alan -- most accurate election soothsayers. >> i predicted based on the system that donald trump is going to win. >> he bases it on a series of 13 factors what he calls keys including run out of things the presence of a strong third- party challenger gary johnson and a relatively unpopular representative of the incumbent parter -- party. he says it gives trump a narrow edge. but, the four trump supporters
start to celebrate he says not so fast. >> i'm not reading a crystal ball. going on patterns of history. and donald trump is a history shattering candidate. he has said at least a dozen things that would drive any other candidate out of the race. >> his the first to tell you that this is a system that relies on traditional factors but, it is a nontraditional election-year and donald trump is not exactly a traditional candidate. >> and we now know, monday night's debate was in fact the most-watched presidential debate with 84 million viewers according to nielsen. the previous record was set 36 years ago when 80.6 million people watched the only debate between jimmy carter and his republican challenger ronald reagan. one driver in washington's date unsuccessfully tried to have donald trump get him
through the carpool lane. and, a state trooper got a big surprise he pulled the man over for driving by himself, and the driver had this cardboard cutout of donald trump had. and, the trooper said, that's funny he still gave him a $136 ticket. a major development to share about that famous gone girl. and, a major reversal by the prime suspect. also, kevin durand of the warriors takes flight in his first official team practice. we are looking at the commute that is pretty busy around northbound 280 getting up the highway 17. and, it's busy all over the south bay with a couple of issues. the nba season is about ready to get underway. maybe the first rain is about
welcome back. a major development in the famous gone girl kidnapping case. matthew muller, the man who is accused of the bizarre kidnapping now wants to plead guilty to the crime. we discovered in court records filed late last night that the disbarred attorney matthew muller plans to ask a judge to change his plea tomorrow. it is not clear why he would like to change his plea. however federal prosecutors say that he has suffered from mental illness. they want a judge to make sure that he -- his change of plea
is not influenced by medications that he is taking. if a judge moves ahead with that plea hearing there will be no trial. who could face up to life in prison but the details of a possible plea agreement have not yet and released. before he was arrested for the crime, police accused him gusts accused her boyfriend of faking the kidnapping. they are now suing police for destroying the reputation. one of three directors accused of killing a woman and the death of a hiker has admitted to the killings. sean described how he and the two other defendants went on a drug fueled -- field crime scene . he exchanged testimony. he said they met the 23-year-old tourist and lowered her to the golden gate park to rob her. they said that he was the one
who pulled the trigger. >> all of this that he is talking about you can see has put himself on a path in a position and that's not the way that it went down. >> he also testified that they needed a car so the next day they headed to marin county when they targeted steve carter whose body was found on a hiking trail and his car was missing. testimony is expected to end of today. later today, a funeral hose eight -- for josi fernandez who's killed in a boating accident. in three hours fans will line up at the home of the miami marlins. and then, they will go to a church for a public viewing this evening. a private funeral for the 20 40 pitcher will be held tomorrow. he and two other people were killed when his high-speed boat slammed into rocks off of south beach early sunday morning. one station is reporting that a bag containing his checkbook
and for autographed baseballs were found near the crash site. let's go ahead and get you out the door. that is sal castaneda yes. that's right. looking at the east bay, we're going to start there and continue with westbound 24 traffic that is going to be busy. 680 has been slow. we had an earlier accident near the new -- phoenicia bridge. traffic has been slow getting through the entire 680 corridor. eventually a lot of people used 24 and that will be slow as well. the bay bridge is backed up as you drive for a 20 minute delay that's pretty crowded here. i do want to mention the expressway at -- we do have an accident there. it is going to be a little bit slower. there have been no major issues on the other freeways. so please give yourself a little bit of extra time. and also, dunbar and san mateo
will be busy getting across the peninsula. let's go to steve. >> that fog is back. and, there will be cooler mother. and it's starting to lift the load it. and, it is making a move and i think by tonight and tomorrow it makes a move. and some drizzle and light rain, they had reports was southern of -- with southern marin. and, that's the good news. and, the base is not high enough to really get up to about 2500 or 3000 feet but it is a sign of things to come and eventually -- it up and down the coast and it's getting help the long. so look for those low clouds and fog. i would think that more drizzle tonight and tomorrow and systems approaching. but, is that going to gather us a dramatic drop -- to give us a dramatic drop.
and, 50s on the temperatures, 40s for others, especially to the north bay. but the temperature trend is negative. and, santa rosa and 24 hours ago down six. and so, i think you get the idea. temperatures are running cooler. and lower 50s for some. and los altos was about 67 today, they are 57. and, if you get up a couple of thousand feet you could find upper 70s to near 80s but that's going to be wiped out. and, it will swing in here. and, it's going to be late in the weekend. and i think that it's our first rain of the season for sure. and, monday and tuesday we are hot. and, we started cooling off today and it will really begin to cool off thursday into friday. and, 60s 70s 80s and 90s but
after today, we can say that's it for the 90s. and, some low 90s as well. and, the biggest drop of course will be coast and bay. the coast started to drop, and temperatures are on their way down. going way down on friday. and, i think sunday night. >> and, i hope so. >> the net -- the moment that you step out. >> yes. >> all right. and, a baby born with jeans from three parents. why some criticized the medical breakthrough.
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welcome back. boy, a big beer merger could mean job cuts and, wall street is listing to congress right now. pam cook is in the studio for money business. >> yes, a couple of those big names testifying. we've been talking about wells fargo, and wall street keeping an eye on capitol hill. because, they are also testifying and one of the hot topics is overseeing bank. they announced new stress tests that are tougher and big global banks but many criticized that they are too easy for regional banks. again, we do want to check in, there's the opening bell. and, we haven't the dow jones which is down .11%.
it is hanging on to 18,200, the nasdaq is slipping just about 10 points, a quarter of a percent the s&p 500 is also down. and, oversight, a bank was down to the brought -- front burners. and, ceo once again going to answer questions about employees opening up unauthorized customer accounts. the bank has authority laid out the dust has authority laid off thousands of workers. now, the ceo will give up $41 million in stock options until further notice. the head of the community banking has also resigned, and will forfeit $19 million. and the world's two largest beer makers can become one big giant brewery. the company that makes budweiser will take over sab miller.
regulators have our to approve the merger but some analysts are concerned that the bigger company could hurt the microbreweries and put thousands of people out of work as the to streamlined their operations. anheuser-busch is stock is up. the company will be called a be, and as. -- ab inbev. they have said it's okay and they have cleared up. >> two boys high school soccer teams are refusing to play the team because girls are on the team. the foot hills academy soccer team has about 20 kids, mostly boys and, it also has two sisters on the rosters. they have played together for almost 5 years without any controversy until now. recently, to christian schools refused to take the school --
the field unless those girls don't play. they say it is because of religious regions -- reasons. the second game, they had a different outcome. the boys took about and decided if they don't play, they won't play either. >> it was disbelief. i think that the last i checked 211 2000 asked team. >> i didn't want it to affect the boys. so we thought that they should play. >> i don't think we should have to give up part of our team to play. >> they say they respect their competitor's choice to opt out instead of being angry, they said that they just want to have fun and they are looking forward to the next game. all right. time to check in with mike. >> thank you. a brand-new apartment complex were a home was burglarized just weeks before its grand opening. a valuable item that the thieves got away with. the fire raging in the santa cruz mountains is keeping firefighters busy.
where crews are about to go to the mountains to go to the front lines. a lot of slow traffic in many areas, including the south bay. but really everywhere. the east bay is also getting in on that. and, still very warm air. but the trend has a big fog bank and much cooler towards the end of the week.
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we will tell you why a construction project nearby could potentially be delayed. dry is drive. it's late in the season. it's reached its lowest moisture point. >> the battle is on for crews trying to contain the wildfire. a live report on those challenges that they face today. good morning. welcome back. it is wednesday, september 28. >> and, let's begin with more on the wildfire that is still raging out of control. janine dela vega is live. they are trying to get a handle on that fire. >> reporter: yes, a big help is going to be the weather. we just came out of a briefing with fire chiefs and, one of the things mentioned is it's going to be 10 degrees cooler today compared to what it was yesterday. so that should help quite a bit. right now, fire crews are getting ready to leave to go up to the mountains.
and, the latest information that we have is that the fire has burned 2250 acres and is five -- 10% contained. and, this is moving down towards the canyon area which is on the east side of the fire. and, one home and six outbuildings have been destroyed. but 300 houses are still threatened. today, a damage assessment team is coming to take a close look to see if anything has been missed. one of the challenges that they are facing is all the dry vegetation affected by the drought. >> we have resources on the line that are doing an excellent job keeping this where it is. and as you have been told, you're pretty much heard what kind of terrain we are dealing with. as far as getting resources in there. a lot of aircraft is available. resources coming in, they are available to us so we should be doing really well.
firefighters are concerned about the houses. and, all of those homes are staying there and protecting them. they are mandatory evacuation orders and, most people have left but some have chosen to stay in that's making it difficult. because they need those dirt roads cleared. it also takes away from fire personnel because they have to be taken away from the front lines to stay with the person and that's one of the things that they warn them about during the briefing. they said that the sheriff's office said to be aware if you run into missing persons, to make sure you may contact and, urge them that they need to leave. >> thank you. despite mandatory evacuation orders, some people in the santa cruz mountains are choosing to stay and protect the property. >> the decision is actually against the law. and, it is a misdemeanor to
violate that punishable by up to a year in jail. and, the reasoning here, facility stays behind in needs to be rescued, that unnecessarily jeopardizes the lives of the rescuers. >> it's not always enforced because of the emotional nature of being evacuated. but, should people who violate mandatory evacuation orders face criminal punishment? let us know what you think by kate -- by posting a comment. and, responsive are all ready coming in. she says, people who know her -- who ignore those evacuation orders are putting their lives risk and my son in danger who is a firefighter. another user, says no prosecute for those who evacuate. it continues on the facebook page. and the bad air quality forced the county to issue a health advisory. they advise taking extra care.
they say that the smoke may increase over the next days or weeks. but officials are closely watching that. and, they just came out of the briefing, and the good news is, they are expecting cooler temperatures. >> it's not there yet, but they have a westerly breeze. and, that's a big difference. and i think by tomorrow, the fog does make it up that high. and, mostly clear inland, but there are temperatures very warm in the higher elevations. if you get over 2500, i don't think that it will be as hot. humidity is anywhere about 26 to 34%. and, low clouds and fog or held below that level. but by tonight, they will lift and some of that fog is back with a vengeance. and, we had same reports here as well, very thick fog. but here that's the good news.
it's just a matter of time before that lets. plenty of low clouds in place. this is a start of a much cooler pattern. it's not that strong, but temperatures are 60s 70s and 80s. well, we have a stalled vehicle, the bay bridge is getting into san francisco and, that's going to make things very slow not only on the span but getting onto that span we have a lot of picture that's a live picture from that. and, they have may move the car, but it is still obviously very slow on that deck. and what happens at the toll plaza is that the metering lights go on extra slow and there is more waiting to do. instead of waiting 10 or 15 minutes you might wait a half hour. and, obviously that is not optimal. we've also looked a very heavy traffic, and we had a dead animal on their we had a couple of stalled vehicles and this
whole commute has been slow. but look at all of these actions here, we had an accident at 680 heading down towards the venetian bridge down to walnut creek. so this whole stretch 680 southbound as you drive from the venetian bridge all the way down to hear has just been a huge mess. highway 4 is traditionally slow. this whole commute has been super slow. let's go back to the desk. a new complication linked to the millennium tower. city leaders have now blocked funding for the transit center project. alex savage is live to explain. >> reporter: yes, good morning. some city supervisors are so concerned about the sinking millennial power that they decided not to continue funding the nearby trans bay terminal project at least the time being. the millennium tower right behind us at the corner of mission and fremont street.
in this building was supposed to settle anywhere it's been four and 6 inches. but as we have been reporting the upscale condo tower has sunk seen inches in just the past eight years and experts believe that it could potentially sink another 30 inches. officials with the millennium tower project have suggested that the nearby trans bay transit the new project may have been to blame for that thinking. and that's why yesterday san francisco city leaders voted to withhold almost $7 million in funding for the second phase of the transit project which would create a caltrans extension into the downtown area. but not everyone supports the move that was made yesterday. scott was one of those who voted to continue funding the project. >> that is completely separate from the design work to extend caltrans and high-speed rail to downtown san francisco.
one has nothing to do with the other. >> and, according to the san francisco examiner, the trans bay joint powers authority says that the entire project could potentially be in jeopardy if that money is not released or, at the very least the project could be delayed significantly. we should point out, that yesterday both are not a final decision, supervisors will meet next month. and, continue funding phase 2 of the trans bay terminal project. again, this is not the end, it's one boat taken by the supervisors yesterday they will be meeting to discuss this issue and this could potentially be a big bump in the road. is affecting a lot of people. new this morning, the alameda county sheriff's office made a big bust. and, take a look at what investigators say they found
when they searched the home in oakland. they confiscated for firearms including a fully automatic assault rifle with no serial numbers. and, the sheriff's office also says it has seized ammunition and a bulletproof vest. a brand-new apartment complex for homeless families plans to go ahead with its grand opening despite being burglarized. police say that someone broke into the vigilant -- village sunday night and the thieves smashed a laundry room door and made off with the stove, refrigerator two toilets and a garbage disposal ceiling fans and 33 lights. the stolen property is valued at about $12,000 the complex is being developed by homeward bound of marin and, they say that it now needs more donations to finish the project they plan to go ahead with a grand opening on october 19 and will make repairs in the meantime pick protests in the city of el cajon after police shot and
killed an african-american man about 100 protesters gathered at the scene it was peaceful as they lit candles and more the person who is killed. they said they responded to a report of a man walking in traffic and acting erratically. they say when they arrived in the man put his hand into his front pants pocket and pulled something out and they say they pointed -- and they pointed towards him. an officer filed several rounds -- fired several rounds. >> age group an object from his front pocket with hands together and extended it rapidly towards the officer taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. >> at that time, the police came on the scene and apparently he was tasered. and that's when shots were fired. >> there are reports that the man who suffered from mental illness had a seizure. no gun was recovered.
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a mother and father that worked for 13 years to get california to join 35 other states that require doctors to check if patients have other prescriptions for. there's before writing a prescription. in 2003, the 10-year-old troy and seven alana died after being hit by a vehicle that ran onto the sidewalk. they say that they were shocked when i found out that the driver had a mix of alcohol, muscle relaxers and alcohol and had prescriptions from six different doctors all unaware that any of the others had been written. >> and none of them knew or were talking to each other or knew that they were overprescribing. they never shared a medical file. that's what alarm to me. -- that's what alarmed me. >> they set up a database to start checking. in starting january 1 they must check that database. the driver who hit them was
convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to 30 years. in a scientific breakthrough the worlds first baby with the genes of three parents has been born to a family from jordan. the revolutionary technique was used because, the mother had a genetic disease. it involves removing some of the mothers healthy dna which was injected to a donors egg and then, the egg is fertilized. as a result, the baby inherited dna from both parents and the egg donor. the healthy baby boy was born five months ago. some scientists praise the method thing it gives new hope. but, critics say that it is irresponsible adding there's not enough research done and they fear it may lead to what some call designer babies. the first preseason game, three days from today, the head coach said kevin durand fitting great with the team. and, said he woke up extra early to go to the warriors practice facility and he
learned a little something about the bay area. >> at a little bit of traffic on the highway and i wasn't used to that and -- >> it used to that. >> it wasn't too bad is a little different. but, when i see a basketball it's all the same to me. >> the first preseason game is against the toronto raptors on private -- saturday. most proposals are planned very carefully which is why angers said he most cried when his proposal did not go the way he expected. he had it all planned out he took his girlfriend to a game and was about to pop the question and he pulled out the box and found that the ring is not there. the crowd jumps in to help find the ring and his girlfriend is kind of looking sheepish feeling a little embarrassed for the love of her life. it takes about five minutes of searching before it turns out. guess where it was? >> in the drink?
>> it was in his own pants. but still, panic, everyone is relieved, he gets down and asked and she gives the positive response. there is a happy ending. they now have a story that will live on forever. >> can't imagine that it >> it's all good. i understand. i have that ring in the box holding it. >> i had duck taped it to my hand. >> that's so cute. and, duct tape is romantic. and, the bay bridge toll plaza, it's going to be slow. we had an earlier stalled vehicle. and, they had to slow those metering lights down. and, that delay has ensued in
act, it may be a little longer than that, because when that slows down, the backup grows because even when they removed the stall it has a lasting effect on the toll plaza traffic. you might want to think about using the san mateo bridge as you drive past or go down to the bridge. that's a little bit more normal. it's really been a problem area is we have had several minor fit -- fender bender's along that stretch. if that is your commute, and if you have options you might consider using them this morning telecommuting eating a little later or getting on the road and having a lot of patients. yes, the fog is back and it's starting to lift. it will be much cooler coast in the bay. the inland temperatures will drop a little bit. we will get higher humidity more of a westerly breeze as a pattern breaks down. and, much cooler pattern. and sunday into monday for the north bay. and not as hot as yesterday by
this time yesterday it was about 80. and, the westerly breeze by tonight or tomorrow, i would think that that fog bank would be lifting up. it's below that right now. temperatures are either very cool yet, there are others it just depends on the elevation. a lot of 50s around ocala, and upper 50s at cupertino. but above los gatos 61. and, it's getting there. not only that, but a much cooler pattern. and, a comfortable 58 and foster city even if you don't have the fog. that makes your pets happy. there's more of a westerly breeze, and that will continue. it hasn't ramped up yet. and, when you get that little push, it will make a dramatic impact. and, they are dropping about 5
degrees. and, it's all about the fog. then, swinging in from the north, a second system will come in behind that. i think that's the best opportunity. and, this is transitioning. and, for the overall pattern, today starts a much cooler pattern to take us into friday. axes in 70s we will hold onto a few 90s. then maybe a week before we pencil in anymore 90s. that's for sure. temperatures today will be a little bit of below average for some. and by tomorrow everyone goes below. and a big drop in the temperatures and i still think late sunday and monday. that first rain arrives. >> thank you. and, today is the final community meeting, and the
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and prime minister. he died yesterday at age 93 suffering a major stroke two weeks ago. he had remained hot allies since then. he fought in the war of independence in israel served as prime minister's fight -- twice and the prime minister until 2014. he was awarded his nobel peace prize. and, i minister benjamin praised him for many of his contributions. >> he devoted his life to our nation, and the pursuit of peace. he set his gaze on the future, is it so much to protect our people. he worked until his last days for peace and a better future. >> the prime minister led his cabinet in a minute of silence to honor him. his body will lie in state at theãisraeli parliament before the funeral at the country's national cemetery in jerusalem.
president. obama released a statement saying he is the essence of israel and that with his death a light has gone out the hope that he gave us will burn forever. is a 20 6 am. the city of oakland is hosting its 10th and final community meeting in the search for new police chief. it is said start at 6 pm it will be in spanish at the apartment on e. 12th st. it is to gather information what people believe will work with the police department and what will need improvement. people also being asked about the qualities they would like to see in the next police chief. so far someone who understands the community and is committed to use developments also people say they want someone who is compassionate and trustworthy. police officer arrested in connection with a sex scandal was booked last night. the booking photo for the 40- year-old, and they told us just this morning that he posted his $12,500 bail and was released from jail.
he was arraigned last friday and engaging in prostitution charges. prosecutors accused him of exchanging sex for tipping off the teenage sex worker known at the time it's the last. -- celeste. they are now going by her real name, she claimed she was involved with dozens of police officers with some of the incidents happening while she was underage. a man who has worked as a garbage collector for 15 years is now paralyzed. a special friend that he made along his route is now trying to help. on august 22 he was seriously injured when he crashed his pickup right into the toll plaza on the richmond bridge on his way to work. when a sexual boy on his route found out he wanted to help. he has held to debate fails. >> it just gives you a new sense of hope. >> he says -- they say he can't remember how he crashed that
suspect that he fell asleep at the wheel. police initially called this kidnapping a hoax, but this could end the case. a lot of slow traffic especially in contra costa county. this is highway 24, you can see that it is busy in lafayette. and, it is ramping up down the coast making it a little bit inland.
aerosmith. the shoreline amphitheater i'm guessing around 92. still good today. sweet emotion. and a sweet picture on your screen. the gorgeous oakland estuary. and, thank you for joining us. >> think that was 1975 -- >> i wouldn't have been there. >> oh you mean for the song. >> good morning everyone. let's bring in steve they look at our forecast. >> cooler, cooler. >> good. >> yes, some of the higher elevations will take another day and maybe even the most inland locations one more day but most are going to drop fog is getting really helped along, filling in the coverage, it will start lifting and it's only a matter of time before those inland areas drop off. our good friend is in daly city, really thick fog, can't see across the street, dangerous for drivers. and, i believe it.
it can get really thick. also good news from the firefighters. and, fog-based, the depth is not high enough. it is still below 2500 feet. and, i think that it does with the high. and there's a lot of low clouds here. it will be a westerly breeze although, not yet for travis waiting on that to kick up. 40s and 50s and the fog low clouds will win out and here's the source of the change. in the secondary system will come in behind that. and that may give us the first rain of the season. and did you hear that? >> very thick thick. >> thick, dense, all kinds of things. >> yes sir. well, i was looking at something else, the directors are going to give me a request lists. their favorite traffic cameras. that's what's coming. i knew it.
they knew they had it. and, highway 24 is finally getting better. but one of these things i've noticed is getting here has been tough. if you leave in this area and try to get to walnut creek it has been tough because of several minor accidents blocking those lanes, a move them over. but if you know someone who drives to walnut creek they might be in a bad mood. southbound 680 is still slow. if you drive this commute, you are thinking it should be better, it's not. let's move to the third mystery item. the bridge looks pretty good compared to the bay bridge which had an error earlier -- which had an earlier stall. it was removed from the upper deck, and hopefully, by 9 pm -- by nine them or nine by 9 pm -- by nine them or 9 pm -- i nine them, we should see it better. the golden gate bridge, as we finish this traffic report is
looking good. >> [laughter] >> and the bridge traffic is low. but go back to the desk. >> thank you. an investigation under way into it sparked a fire. the damaged several homes. leigh martinez reports from the neighborhood where we can see those homes that did not survive. what started out as a vegetation fire, it quickly spread to the backyards of these homes and forced many people to run out and flee the flames. one of these houses has been red flags. this is one of four houses that has been completely destroyed by the fire. 10 other homes have been damaged mostly to their exteriors. and, neighbors and fire crews blame these eucalyptus trees for causing the fire to intensify. homeowners were forced to flee their homes with no time to grab belongings.
there were two people injured a man suffered smoke inhalation but refused to go to the hospital. and, the 22-year-old rachel has blisters on her feet after she woke from a nap and ran barefoot across the grass to save her neighbor. >> i ran out and they were everywhere. i finally got her out of the house but my feet were burning. it is trying to make sure that i got her into her neighbor's car. and, it appears to have started on the shoulder and spread to a row of eucalyptus trees that create a buffer. by the time the fire trucks arrived houses were all ready burning. they said that the trees were torching off and embers were being thrown i the wind. the fire is under investigation but is presumed to be caused by humans since it started near the highway. and you can see, a fire truck has arrived fire crews have a few steaming spots that they need to keep an eye on.
and they're going to be in control of the investigation but as you have heard, they believe that it is caused by humans because it was so close to the highway. they are saying it could be anything from a lit cigarette to a car kicking up a spark. firefighters reacted quickly, and it burned more than 2 acres and several homes were also threatened. investigators say that this fire was started by a 14-year- old boy who is playing with matches. firefighters say that he has been referred to an intervention program. we just received an update regarding the wildfire in sonoma county. the sawmill fire is burning 10 miles. containment jumped from 75% to 85%. the fire has burned 1500 acres. while there were two minor injuries, there are no more evacuations, the cause about
fire is under investigation. and, another wildfire has burned 1000 acres. it is 25% contained no homes are threatened the power lines at the hedge are in the line about fire and for now, crews are trying to keep the flames on the west side of highway 49. >> if it were to go into the east side it has got an uphill run for miles and miles. and with a lot of homes there. >> fire officials say they burned more quickly uphill. no one has been evacuated but that could happen. a major development in the famous and many consider bizarre kidnapping case. matthew muller the man accused of the kidnapping of denise huskins wants to plead guilty to the crime. we discovered in court records filed late last night that they disbarred attorney matthew muller lands to ask a judge to change his plea.
it is not clear as to why he wants to change but federal prosecutors say that he has suffered from mental illness and they want a judge to make sure that his change of plea is not being influenced by medication. if the judgments forward there will be no trial. he could face up to life in presence. details have not been released. before he was arrested, police accused her and her boyfriend of faking the kidnapping. they by the way, are certainly suing police for destroying the reputation. one of the three directors accused of shooting and killing a woman -- drifters accused of shooting and killing a woman, pled guilty. he described how he and the two other defendants went on a drug fueled crime spree last year. he argued pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in exchange for testifying against live all good. he said they met them tourist at the ocean beach.
they then lowered her to a golden gate park to rob her. he said that morrison was the one who pulled the trigger. >> all of this that he is talking about he has put himself in a position and that's not the way it went down. >> they also testified that they needed a car so the next day they decided to go to marin county when they targeted steve carter whose body was found on a hiking trail and his vehicle was missing. testimony is expected to and today. investigation accuses many police officers of abusing their power. the requested records from police stations across the nation. they found that 325 officers between 2013 in 2015 were fired or resigned. they would seek information on people including neighbors and journalists. another tribute for a
a 3.2 magnitude earthquake was just reported. >> it happened at 8:26 am. about 40 responses on the website. you can see, map shows where that star is. in the number of people closer to that report feeling it. this is the did you feel it map. and, it was about 10 miles east of downtown san jose. not a very big earthquake but, people who live there likely felt it. it is 8:43 am.
a funeral procession will be held in miami for baseball star josi fernandez who was killed last weekend. in two hours fans will line up at his home -- at miami marlins. and, a private funeral for the 24-year-old will be held tomorrow. he and two other people were killed when his boat slammed into rocks. one station is reporting a bag containing his checkbook and for autographed baseballs washed up near that fight pick the presidential race, hillary clinton and donald trump are both campaigning and talking about their first debate. clinton is a new hampshire with bernie sanders. trump is making appearances in iowa as well as wisconsin. both candidates are looking ahead to their next debate in less than two weeks and both claiming victory. >> did anybody see that debate last night? >> yes.
one down, two to go. >> almost every single poll had us winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton. >> and the next debate is october 9 in st. louis before that, a vice presidential candidates tuesday. it was the most-watched debate ever with 84 million viewers that's according to the company . the previous record was set 36 years ago when 80.6 million people watched the only debate between president. jimmy carter and his republican challenger ronald reagan. one driver successfully tried -- unsuccessfully tried to have donald trump get him through the carpool lane. and, the chp officer pulled the man over and this is what he said. a cardboard cutout of his head
right there attached to the passenger seat. the chipper did find the stunt amusing but he still issued him the $136 fine. >> right. let's go over to sal. >> it was bumper-to-bumper for a while. but things are finally improving at the bay bridge. someone's car broke down on the span and they had to remove it. that cause a bunch of slow traffic. you can see these carpool lanes there they are moving along very well. these are some of your best option along with b.a.r.t.. and let's move along and take a look at 880. and, this traffic is always slow even when there is no accident here the traffic is backed up at southbound and all the way down to fremont near stevenson. we have had traffic on 680 and we're seeing slow traffic into
the san mateo bridge. today's weather here is steve. it is basically raining and that fog. and, seven marin i have heard that as well. i think this is a sign of things to come. and the fog was really shallow right down on the deck and it only impacted if you yesterday. but today it has lifted and it will make a tremendous cooler pattern. very warm air aloft by that loma fire. if you're up about 2500 feet. and, some of this fog will get up and we will really see these temperatures drop the humidity is little higher than yesterday. this helps a little bit and going forward. 55 socal, santa cruz, and a big difference in the temperatures along the santa cruz mountains. higher elevations are 60s to 70s
61 santa clara, it's going to be a cool today as the fog filled in nicely and it will start to thicken up especially down towards santa cruz. it looks like a much more higher humidity pattern and a lot cooler pattern. and, we have more of a northwest and, the delta breeze is still kind of taking a snooze. i expect that to pick up tonight and tomorrow. we had some 40s but the fog wise to getting ramped up cracks because the system is getting ramped up. and, 60s and 70s at least in the north bay. have to today i would think this would be it for about six days we going to a big cooling trend and, i think will be on the north. thank you. the celebrities who may give your computer a virus, the names that you may want to avoid searching for online.
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it food recall, and the most dangerous celebrity. >> interesting topics. >> we are talking about wall street also keeping an eye on capitol hill. also very interesting, the federal chief is testifying one of the hot topics overseeing the banks. they announce new stress tests that are tougher on the global banks that many criticize that they are too easy for the regional banks to pass. wells fargo is a hot topic there in that testimony. in taking a look at the opening bell. the numbers heading lower, wells fargo stock is down and, the ceo also testifying answering questions this morning. taking a look at the numbers. here's a live look at the doubt. it is down just a little bit.
and just .09% and the nasdaq and s&p down a little bit more. about a quarter of a percent each. the nasdaq is slipping about 12 points. amazon is cutting out the middleman. it plans to compete with ups and fedex by building its own operations. for now, they say they will allow it to be more efficient particularly when delivering products and other companies. they spent an estimated $11 million on shipping last year. analysts speculate it's just the beginning and that they could eventually have an independent shop the shipping company that will direct the compete with ups and fedex. the stocks have hit the 19th record high this year. tyson foods is recalling events asked to 6 tons of cooked chicken nuggets. they were sold across the country including costco. they are sold as tyson fully cooked chicken nuggets.
and, there is a picture they have a packaged production date of july 18. the recall comes after reports of hard plastic pieces found in those nuggets. no reports of injuries at this point but anyone who has those bags is encouraged to return them. regulators have cleared the way for a big beer merger. the company that makes budweiser will merge after shareholders approved the 103 billion-dollar deal the combined company is all ready calling itself the first truly global brewer to take over -- the takeover give them a large presence in africa as well as increasing business and south america. budweiser stock is up almost a full percentage point. and, amy schumer is the most dangerous celebrity to google. they say that the comedian topped the 10th annual list of the most dangerous celebrities online.
the search for her carries over a 16% chance of connecting with the site -- a site that carries malware. justin bieber came in second. and, so you -- often, that is what these hackers do. or people of bad intentions they attach something like a virus to someone's popular. >> correct. stay away from amy schumer online. still ahead, a coed soccer team controversy. in its disbelief. the last i checked we live in 2016. why boys soccer teams refuse to play a coed game.
the 73-year-old were outside of their home monday night when they were attacked. he says that his wife picked him up and then went to safeway before coming home moments later, the armed men approached them. he says that they were wearing halloween masks and his wife thought that it was a joke as she fought to keep her purse. the suspect shot her two times once to the pelvis and the other upper arm. >> i was unloading my stuff from the back of the car and she was standing waiting for me to come in and this guy comes up to me and the other guy sort of jumped around on those stairs and when after carol. >> i bolted for the door and i called police and somewhere in there carol was getting shot.>> he also says it will take 3 to 6 months for his wife to recover and she may lose mobility in her arm. police are investigating the city's latest homicide.
the body of a man was found behind an apartment complex. it was found on jean avenue. and san jose police are asking anyone with information to contact the department. the fbi director is discussing emails a been secretary of state hillary clinton. he testified before a committee about the terror threat in the united states. this morning he is front -- in front of the judiciary committee reviewing fbi performance. republicans are angry that they granted immunity to her former chief of staff during the investigation into her email server. he will also discuss the fbi's response following the terror attacks in orlando and new york. the navy has lost an investigation into the case of the sailor who didn't salute. it happened during a flag raising at pearl harbor. it is petty officer. second class. the navy spokesman says it's up to the sailor's commander whether or not she will face in a punishment.
she wrote, that she feels like a hypocrite singing about the land of the free when it only applies to some americans. soccer teams are refusing to play another team because girls are on that team. the soccer team is about 20 students, mostly boys but it also has two sisters on the roster. and they have played together for nearly 5 years without controversy until now. and, they refused to take the -- take the field. they said it was because of religious reasons. they decided to sit out the first game but the second game had a different outcome. they took a boat and decided if they could not play, but they would not either. >> it was disbelief i mean i think the last we checked we lived in 2016. >> we didn't want it to affect the boys. without that they should play. >> we shouldn't have to give up part of our team to play soccer. >> they said they respect the
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