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nation from coast to coast d you're watching cbs5 eyewitness news in high- definition. it is the movement occupying the nation from coast- to-coast and it is growing. who is supporting the movement now. >> grew up in oakland. so i felt like i needed to be here for a little while. >> the heavy starts of the raider nation as the team plays for the first time in four decades without al davis. an expensive high school science project ruined before it could be completed. the environmental experiment taken by the hands of vandals. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. from coast-to-coast it is the issue that is gaining supporters and a lot of high ranking attention. while the momentum between occupy wall street shows no sign of slowing town the question remains will the group get what it wants? linda yee joins us with one analyst's take. >> reporter: this growing protest is getting the attention of veterans of the civil rights movement including people like ambassador andrew young who was one of the
strategists for martin luther king. he was says the protestors have to be articulate and organized to change the political climate. other analysts say at least their frustrations are getting a voice. in san jose several dozen continue the occupation of city hall. 50 to 60 demonstrators occupy the sidewalk by the federal reserve bank in survive. they are the lower and middle class, the out of work, the people who lost their homes. all-pro testingtesting wall street. overnight in sacramento though a different story. >> i declare this to be an unlawful assembly. >> reporter: it is allowed in the park only during open hours. police moved in at closing time and arrested 14 demonstrators. but can occupy wall street be successful?
san jose state professor. >> it is opening up a space to talk about solutions because this is a protest they have yet to come up with and solidify around clear demands. but it makes us think about what are the solutions. >> reporter: the protests continue to grow in cities nationwide but it is not being received well by at least one republican presidential candidate. >> to protest bankers and wall street says it is class warfare. some are there because they don't have a job. yes. but the fact of the matter is why aren't there jobs? go and picket the white house. demonstrate in front of white house. >> we said everyone should pay their fair share the other side said that's class warfare. no, it is not. it is the most endearing american value. fairness. it is about everyone paying their fair share. >> call it class warfare or
americans exercising their right to be heard. occupy wall street has grown to 25 cities nationwide. >> thank you, ann. it is now growing into a nationwide movement as ann said. >> occupy wall street. >> demonstrators taking to the streets in cities such as atlanta, chicago and seattle. apart from corporate greed. protests are now expanding their cause to include other issues and those include unemployment, the war in afghanistan and the environment. it has happened again. another incident involving an amtrak train here in the bay area. a pedestrian was hit and killed by a capital corridor train. the victim was trespassing on the tracks amtrak says. no one on the train was hurt. they were transferred to
another train and continued on their journey. thousands of fish are loose in the bay tonight and they aren't supposed to be there. at least not yet. don knapp on the north bay student project that succumbed to sabbatours. >> reporter: dozens of students worked here raising some 6000 chinook salmon. a project. >> it is really nice to see them in the water and a nice learning experience. >> reporter: but the students were disappointed when vandals sabotaged the project for the second time in a week. first they cut loose 40,000 small fish. friday night they hit again releasing all that remained. now there's not even one baby salmon for the release this month. >> i thought i was making a difference. >> now how do you feel?
>> i'm sad and disappointed. i wish that they hadn't done that. >> it may have been an action by animal rights activists. this project leader says the activists fail to understand what the students are trying to do. >> they were spawned and brought to life by these kids, cared for, and they were released by some people that are just simply cowards. >> reporter: the marin county office is investigating. where do you go from here? >> we still have the program. we are asking for donations. obviously we will have to put in a security system. >> reporter: too late for this year. but the program will continue. brook defends the program pointing out in nearly 40 years thousands of kids and millions of salmon have passed through. and he says kids and salmon populations are both better for
it. don knapp, cbs5. police are looking for the man who shot and killed two people saturday morning in a residential neighborhood. it happened in an alley near south 3rd street. the victims were a 19-year-old man and 20-year-old woman. the male victim died at the scene, the woman died late today. police are still trying to determine a motive. san mateo police are also searching for a gunman following an armed robbery last night at pet smart. police say about 8 p.m. a man entered the store and demanded cash. customers were still inside the store at the time. the man took the money and fired seller shots. the clerk was injured but not seriously. no customers were hurt. today the raiders took to the field for their first game since team owner al davis died. and they did what davis always told them to do.
just win baby. >> it is over. after the passing of al davis yesterday just win baby lives for the raiders. >> it was an emotional victory for the team. the coach and others breaking down in tears. as for the fans, anne makovec said how the raiders nation is coping with the loss of their leader. >> remembering an icon, al davis, owner of the oakland raiders. >> this is what it is about. this is what the raider nation is about. come out here and remember mr. davis. >> ricky's sports bar in san leandro known as the place for raiders fans was packed for the first game since the passing of al davis. >> i still can't go over it. >> reporter: a doctor's assistant with the team for 30 years. >> it is not easy, baby. he was a great man. it was a real honor being on that team. >> everybody has got a story to tell about al and how they feel. and today was the day for it
amongst the davis and raiders memorabilia, fans hugged and toasted a legend. >> it is a celebration of al davis. >> reporter: no matter how crowded this bar gets this booth is always reserved for al davis, so the owner admits he has never actually been here. >> it will be reserved forever for al davis. >> reporter: at raiders headquarters in alameda a memorial today has more than doubled today since yesterday under a flag flown at half- staff. >> honoring al davis. i lost my son in july and he was a huge raiders fan too. i grew up in oakland so i felt like i needed to be here today for a little while. even at ricki's there is a heaviness in the area. >> when i come and people just jam in. but this is kind of going with the flow of today. >> i had somewhere else to be but today this is the
precedence. it was important to me. >> reporter: remembering al davis with the rest of the raiders nation. >> he would be smiling. just like that. just win baby. that's what he would say. >> reporter: in the east bay, anne makovec cbs5. well, the price of gas is falling. down 13 cents over the past two weeks. the latest lundburg survey shows gas goes for an average of $3.42 a gallon nationwide. prices here though in the bay area are the highest in the country. according to gasbuddy.com san francisco tops out at $3.89 a gallon. oakland and san jose 10 cents lower. apple began taking preorders for its iphone 4s on friday. but if you haven't jumped in yet you may have to wait a little longer. the company has apparently sold out of its preorder stock. apple is now quoting delivery times of one to two weeks on its website. of course, you can always brave
retail lines this friday when the phone hits stores. racing to meet the midnight deadline. a number of bills signed into law this weekend on everything from canning to college admissions. how parents of children with autism stand to benefit from one new law. religion heating up as a focus on the presidential campaign trail. many are being asked is the mormon religion a cult? how many candidates are answering that question. >> near picture-perfect weather for this fleet week weekend with the exception of that patchy fog that messed with the blue angels. we will take a look at what's in store for your workweek coming up next. ,,
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he's already althcare bills -- amon governor brown is going through a stack of bills before a midnight deadline already signing three new health care bills. among them teens an tanning beds. california is the first state to make it illegal for teenagers under 18 to use the beds. currently teens 15 through 17 can use tanning beds with their parents' permission but that will end. it is already illegal for children 14 and under to use them. health insurance companies must now provide coverage for children with autism or other developmental problems. despite concerns about its cost governor brown signed the bill
today. those against it say it will increase insurance premiums by millions of dollars. supporters argue it will ultimately save money by helping prepare autistic children for life as adults. and on saturday the governor vetoed a bill that would have allowed universities to consider ethnicity. currently california admission officers are unable to consider race, gender and ethnicity. fb185 would have modified this. questions about presidential candidate mitt romney are surfacing in the race. how his rivals side stepped the issue this weekend. >> reporter: from the campaign stumps --
>> i'm a believer in jesus christ. >> reporter: to the sunday talk shows. >> i'm a life long christian. >> reporter: the g.o.p. presidential candidates answered questions about their religion. but shyed away from commenting on candidate mitt romney's mormon faith. >> i am not going to do an analysis of mormonism and christants. >> reporter: the value voters summit, the candidates weren't talking about it but some of the participants characterized the religion as being outside of the mainstream. a cult. >> to make this a big issue is just ridiculous right now because every day i'm on the street talking to people. this is not what people are talking about. >> reporter: but people on the street are talking about how religion could affect presidential decisions. >> christianity is a big part of my life and that's why the country was founded.
so it would make a difference to a point. >> who knows. i think we should just pick the person that can run this country the best. >> reporter: in '08 romney's rivals painted him as a flip- flopper on issues such as abortion and gay rights and mostly stayed away from his religion. his challengers are again calling him wobbling on several issues but leaving others to question his religious beliefs. drew levinson, cbs news. just about a picture- perfect autumn day until the blue angels wanted to fly and then the fog came in, jim. >> just about perfect. we did get a bit of fog in the bay about air show time this afternoon which managed to can settle the blue angels performance making a couple of low passes and that was about it. looking outside tonight from our roof camera we see mostly clear skies as we take a look at the transamerica building. we are looking at patchy fog moving into the bay this evening and increasing clouds expected into tomorrow morning as we see a weak frontal system
move into the area bringing with it a chance of light showers through tomorrow into tomorrow evening. thereafter, we are looking for a warmer week as high pressure will return by mid-week. today we saw temperatures in the mid to upper 70s for the bay area. fog rolled in to interfere with the air show performance. everything went off without a hitch right up to the blue angels. as we see the fog retreated into the offshore waters for the most part. snuck back in there as mentioned just in time to mess with the performance out there. tonight we are looking at increasing clouds from a weakening cold front that is crossing to our north. bringing some showers up in the north coast. likely to bring some showers into the north bay through the day tomorrow. greater area could even pick up a few light showers as well. doesn't look like a big rain maker for us for columbus day but we will look at more clouds and slight chance of showers along with cooler temperatures
here through the day tomorrow. then tuesday afternoon into wednesday we will look to that high pressure system to rebuild across the bay area for sunny and warmer weather here through the rest of the week. as again we are looking for rain to show up probably late tomorrow afternoon into the north bay moving from knot to south. through the day rainfall amounts not too impressive. tuesday morning it will wrap up. forecast for tomorrow. once again we can expect temperatures to be slightly cooler than today. upper 60s to low 70s for the most part with the big warmup headed our way come mid-week through the end of the week. we are talking mid to upper 80s here for the warmer locations. maybe even right at the bay we will see 80s as well. bit of an offshore breeze sets up and holds through the end of the week until the weekend then we will see a pattern change again -- now you don't want to hear it. >> no, let's just forget that.
maybe it won't happen. >> warming up through the end of the week. that's what we will talk about now. >> we will keep an eye on it through the week. how is that? >> good enough. thank you. if you've got kids. listen up. do you know what's inside those gummy bears your kids are eating? how many kids are getting drunk from them. and the long and winding road for sir paul mccartney takes another happy turn down the aisle for a third time to tie the knot with an american woman. ,,,,
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gummy bears. some kids are apparently using them to get drunk. >> they can ingest more than they are ingesting because they are taking handfuls of candy and they don't necessary hurricane know how much they have ingested so they can become pretty tox indicated pretty quickly. >> kids are soaking gummy bears with vodka. there are thousands of online instructions how to make boozy bears. the problem has gotten so bad, for example, police posted a warning on facebook. sorry, ladies, sir paul mccartney is off the market. the former beatle married an american woman in central london today. fans threw flower petals on the couple. the musician and his new bride showed off their playful side as they left for the reception
at his home. >> i am feeling married. >> this marriage is going to be the last one. >> and this is paul mccartney's third marriage much his first wife linda died of breast cancer in 1998. his former wife heather mills went through a bitter divorce in '08. it is october. you know what that means. it is time for the giant pumpkin. a preview tonight before tomorrow's weigh in at halfman bay. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up next on "game day." we are going to take you inside the raiders locker room immediately after the emotional win. you will see coach hugh jackson's address to his football team. kim coyle was in houston with the raiders. the detroit lions might be the surprise of the nfl. but really, can the 49ers be far behind? what led to their shockingly easy dismantling of the tampa bay buckaneers. arrested for an incidents with tiger woods. we will show you what happened in the tournament that went to a six-hole playoff. "game day" is next. ,,,,
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animal control officers resd "lucky" -- a pregnant cow -- from a well in boulder c a cow named lucky is just that. lucky the cow was rescued from a well in boulder, colorado. she fell 8 feet into the well. she was lifted to safety by a crane. lucky and her unborn calf appear to be just fine. that's it for this edition of eyewitness news. dennis o'donnell and "game day" are next. thank you for watching. good night. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: firstname.lastname@example.org