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. this is kpix 5 news. new details in the deadly shooting at l.a.x., how the fbi says it unfolded and the efforts today to get travelers back on track. >> here we go again, another wind advisory in effect. i will talk about the windiest locations with the pinpoint forecast. a spike in crime on a bay area campus, what is being targeted and how police plan to keep students safe? good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. police say a man was hit and killed in richmond. there were reports that the man was running across lanes bub it's unclear why. we have a crew on way and we'll bring you more as we get it. new information about the deadly shooting inside l.a.x., a murder charge has been filed against the suspect file ciancia. investigators say he was not a ticketed passenger and dropped off at airport before the
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shooting and we're learning details how tsa agents respond. cbs reporter with more information from the fbi. today federal prosecutors say they filed charges against l.a.x. shooting suspect paul ciancia. investigators say he was dropped off at the airport before he walked up to the security checkpoint. >> the defendant is alleged to have pulled a smith & wesson .223 caliber assault rifle out of his bag and fired multiple rounds at point blank range at the tsa officer, who was standing on duty and in uniform, severely wounding tsa officer hender the defendant is then alleged to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officer and going up an escalator and then coming back down that escalator to return
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and shoot the wounded officer again. >> investigators say they found a signed hand-written note at the scene in which ciancia said i wanted to target officers. he has both uniform and undercover officers spread out throughout the airport and his department will maintain the enhanced deployment for as long as needed. >> to tell you how much we have and how much it's going to occur, i think if somebody else was planning this they better keep guessing. >> reporter: investigators say ciancia shot and killed gerardo hernandez, a father and husband. ciancia was shot before he was arrested. >> that was jeff winn reporting. widow of the tsa officer who was shot and killed made her first public statement today. >> i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will
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miss him dearly. thank you very much. >> ana hernandez says her husband work for the tsa at l.a.x. since 2010. the couple has two children, gerardo would have turned 40 next week. here is a live look outside of l.a.x. where the 100' pylons are lit up in blue is to honor tsa agent hernandez. and the shooting yesterday sent passengers scrambling, forcing many to leave their luggage behind, today people were allowed to go in and collect their belongings. some stayed in nearby hotels. cots were set up in a terminal for those who couldn't find a place to stay. some stranded were thankful strangers were there to help. >> they took a bunch of us to the food court out of his own pocket. >> there was homeland security and i can't remember his last name -- but he gave me some shoes and tried it help me out. >> even once the terminal is
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back up and running today passengers still had to be patience. the lines to get through the security checkpoints were long. and for those flying between the bay area and los angeles, there were a few delays for flights at sfo on virgin america. oakland and san josi each had one flight out of los angeles canceled. other than that, there were no major problems. all right, parts the bay area will be blustery tonight. roberto gonzalez is here with the wind advisory. >> you remember this time last week we were talking about the wind virid for sunday and we all remember well how that panned out. very gusty winds. look at the blue highlighted areas. this is where you live, you do have a wind advisory in effect right now until monday at 7:00 a.m. most of this does encompass these areas. look at the clock as it ticks on by, right now san rafael up to 30 miles per hour wind
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gusts. 19 tomorrow morning early in pleasanton, but 38 at vaca and a lot of these winds were dialed back during the afternoon hours, but increase sunday night. we'll talk about the possibility of downed power lines and high fire danger ann, coming up later in the news craft. >> thank you roberta, crime is up in and around uc berkeley. brian webb found out students are paying more attention to safety. >> reporter: crime on berkeley's campus is up this year, way up, and students are talking. >> i always see a new story everyday, just like somebody is getting robbed in south side. >> i have heard that people have gotten mugged on campus, more than usual, and i heard it's been a few cases rf the student newspaper shows that technology is the target from iphones to laptops and students walking by themselves are often the victims.
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>> i think for women and like especially at nighttime, crime is really bad, yeah. >> reporter: campus police are taking notice, starting new nighttime patrols in high-crime areas and students admit they feel safer on-campus than off. >> and most students say they have already learned the best way to stay safe is to be smart. >> students should try to either walk with somebody or if they feel unsafe, call -- i think the university has systems set up, so it will be okay. >> reporter: brian webb, kpix 5. >> the student senate formerly asked campus leaders and campus police to address the crime issue. a deadly crash shutdown highway 1 in both directions since stinson beach. a car went over a cliff around 4:30. right now it's unclear how many people were killed. the highway re-opened around 7:00 this evening. a pleasanton man who was badly beaten outside of his
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home has awakened from a medically-induced coma. david lamont went outside to ask a group of teens to quiet down. when he didn't come back, his wife went out and found him beaten and unconscious. doctors say lamont's condition is no longer life-threatening, but he is still unable to speak. the investigation is on hold until police can question him. a patient who was reported missing from a assisted-living facility has been found safe in san josi. 65-year-old bascom was taken to the hospital. he was missing from the valley springs manor facility after it was shut down a week ago thursday, because of a string of health and safety violations. new information on the owners of the facility where patients were abandoned when most of the workers walked out. >> i feel that what the owners did at this facility and other facilities. >> reporter:
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the san francisco chronicle reports that the owner of valley springs manor dates back to the 1990s, hilda manuel owned other homes and racked up $860,000 in fines, yet was still able to obtain a license for this one. >> he he breathing. >> reporter: the new information comes as we heard the 911 calls from the two workers, a cook and janitor who stayed and remained unpaid to take care of the residents? >> the workers called emergency dispatchers four times over three days, but never told them that the citwas closed. the state revoked the license on october 4th. the opener's lawyer agreed speak to kpix 5, but only if we didn't show his face. >> nur a catch-22 situation, you can't take care of the
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people, you are supposed to transfer them, but there are no resources to transfer them. >> reporter: meanwhile california social services workers visited the care center october 24th and 25th, but apparently did nothing to curb the chaos. in castro valley an makovec, kpix 5. >> the alameda county sheriff's offices is looking at possible elder abuse charges at the facility and met thursday with investigators from the fbi and the state department of justice. well, after months of negotiations, and two strikes, bart's biggest unions have approved their contracts. kpix don k knapp. >> reporter: there is lingering anger offer a strike that tied up the bay area. >> was a difficult situation for a couple of day you and a lot of people were pretty heavily inconvenienced, but collective bargaining is a really important thing. >> reporter:
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work and safety talk got renewed attention after two workers were killed on tracks. deaths may have helped to end the strike. >> it's most unfortunate, but yes, there was a lot the light shed on the real safety issues going on with bart. >> reporter: she says 88% of seiu's 1400 members approved the contract and says work safety is a big reason. >> our people are the people that step on the tracks and they do this idaho to make sure those tracks are clear for the trains as they pass through. they are also the workers that have to deal with thousand volts everyday. >> reporter: bart management says work rule changes played a rule. >> when management tries to manage and the old contract we were only able do with the union's approval and management never got to manage under the old contract. this was an essential provision for us to move forward and let management help shape where we need to goment atu also ratified the contract.
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>> i think there was an overwhelming understanding of what was on the table and understanding that at this point, what was going on, you know, that a deal needed to be done. >> reporter: all workers will see a 15% pay raise over four years. the workers will also begin to help pay for their own pensions and health care, up to 4% contribution at the end of those four years and work under new rules. the bart directors are expected to vote on the agreement before their next regularly scheduled meeting. don knapp kpix 5. >> the afscme union has not votedded on their contract. ahead, the next level of self-driving cars and how bay area scientists are testing that technology on the racetrack stp and robots taking over at&t park and why this isn't your average science fair. we're back in 90 seconds. ,,,,
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could check out a robot zoo. inside there were more than 150 exhibits to check out. the festival is designed not only to be innotative, but innovative, but inspiring. >> to understand our place in the universe - are are we auto alone in the universe? >> due to its popularity organizers plan to homicide it at the nasa center in mount view. there is all kinds of buzz over self-driving car and now some stanford scientists are putting that into high gear. >> reporter: this is shelly our self-driving audi tt is, self-driving racing car. does that seem wise? >> we think it's a great idea. not remote controlled, self- driving thanks to the beefed up gps antennas. >> by using the radio
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corrections we -- connections we can figure out where we are within centimeters. >> reporter: i'm not doing anything now. >> you went off the road, dude. >> that is the rumble strip. any racecar driver will tell that you. >> reporter: riding shelly is like a violent carnival ride, her driving maneuvers are not shall we say
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subtle. >> you can watch more on cbs sunday morning starting at 6:00 a.m. >> well talk about speed, we're talking about wind speeds and we're in a little bit of a lull right nowment we had gusty winds a little bitter earlier this evening and now as we call up our live doppler radar, featuring two separate sites because we have an area low pressure from the north to the south. it's dry and precipitation free, but behind it the winds are increasing and the national weather service issued a wind advisory from now until 7:00 a.m. until monday for all the blue highlighted areas. basically anything above 1,000' you will experience wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour. we would see the possibilities of down power lines at many of these locations and also, the air mass is going to be drying out.
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so the potential for fire danger does increase. the windiest areas, follow along, watch the clock tick on by. it looks like pretty much north of the golden gate bridge, san rafael area, all way to santa rosa, 25 miles per hour wind gusts from gilroy. it will be sunny and like now clear skies looking at our kpix weather camera looking out towards san francisco, 68 currently. in the mid-50s. it will not be as cold tonight due to the wind. today highs 58 in pacifica. slightly above normal for this time of year and throughout the tri-valley. upper 60s throughout san josi, almaden glen. now tonight between with the air mass getting all mixed up due to the breezy and windy conditions, temperatures in the 40s, compare that with last night in napa when it was 34
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degrees. tonight, overnight, clear skies, but breezy to windy conditions. tomorrow, wind-swept blew skies and a couple of degrees cooler than today. the extended forecast calls for yet another chance of rain forecast, also an area of low pressure. see right there the tail-end of that system? that is a breeze through our bay area and that is where we saw the mid and high-level clouds. it's traversing in an easterly direction and as it does, so it's carving a path for back here, that area of high pressure will produce the slight chance of precipitation by thursday. are you ready for some football? radar action. 66 degrees at 1:05, lots of sunshine, but west and northwest winds 10-15 miles per hour. under 70 degrees for the most part in throughout our landfall areas back to the peninsula, except 70 in brentwood.
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tracy and in okay lye, discovery bay as well. ditto on monday, the wind advisory allowed to expire. tuesday and wednesday we cloud up on thursday with that slight chance of rain and dry skies friday and saturday. oh, yes, and yes, we get an extra hour of sleep. >> yes, most notably exchange the batteries in your fire detectors. absolutely right. >> thank you very much. we're going to go back to the breaking news that story we brought you apt top of the hour. this is a live look at traffic along 580 in richmond. as officers investigate the death of a pedestrian. there were reports that the man was running across lanes of traffic near harbor way. no word on how long the westbound lanes will be affected. it's been a busy night for you. >> we'll try and lighten the moment here at kpix 5 we have
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shortsleeve saturday at oracle -- ann doesn't like it. steph curry being steph curry. warriors up by 20 on the kings. second half more carnage. thompson had 27 points with his 3-point efforts, warriors in complete control, how about iguodala? with five of his assists? and bogut doing defensively as well. says no, sir to demarcus cousins and we're on the run, david lee with the finish. curry with a double-double to go with his 22. nice fever, mr. lee. warriors beat the kings, 9-8, they are 2-1 for the season. first game back for no. 22 against phoenix tonight. the game is tied.
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it's boyle. sharks take a 2-1 lead with the second goal for the year. here comes the desert dogs the phoenix coyotes. they go to a shoot-out. sharks outshot the coyotes 50-30, but sharks lose, a final of 3-2, but they do pick up a point. on the farm, chase and randal 37 points in an exhibition game against seattle pacific. 89-61, in favor of the cardinals. all right, we are looking at freddy couples doing his thing, stairing it down at charles schwab cup and freddy easy swing is carrying a 5-shot lead with a round to play.
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mr. couples, crowd-pleasing at the senior's event. we're going to hit the brakes now, but before we do, unbeaten college of san mateo football 28-20. san josi state now winners of five straight and beat unlv and was this catch enough for cal to get the win no. 2? ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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jared goff to khalfani muha . back with cal football, get on the board, hosting arizona. jarod goff with the 11-yard plain. bears back, 7-0. nothing to worry, but they had to play catch up the whole game. goff will pass and catch with lawler and that pulled they will within 5 and in the end, as you see, a replay of that one-handed grab. >> wow. >> we make them all the time. i'm just kiddingful in the end the defense couldn't hold the wildcats. denker with the touchdown, cal loses 33-28. bears now 1-8 for the year. ouch. no. 3 florida state in front of close to 85,000. took care no.
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7 miami with ease. quick pass, freeman and this is what happened when you have good blocking. roberta, i think you could have scored a touchdown on this one. >> i could havement. [ laughter ] >> wow. >> no context, seminoles all over it, 41-14. and mucho macho man has taken the lead -- mucho macho man -- from the inside -- mucho macho man has the lead close to home. >> say it with me, mucho macho man by a nose, 7:2 favorite, a heart transplant survivor
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so the end result is you reduce congestion, you reduce pollution and you provide a service to merchants, and that certainly is huge. bay bridge... it's quickly e of night . a live look outside at the bay areas led sculpture on the bridge and the ferry building in the foreground is quickly become a favorite of night owls and now they can enjoy them longer. the lights are on from dusk to dawn. from:00 a.m., you can see them through the fog. they have programmed a new sequence for the early morning hours. >> that is cool. >> that is for us. thanks for watching and remember we get an extra hour sleep, turn the clocks back one hour. we'll see you again tomorrow. good night. ,, ,,,,,,,,
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