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♪ help! not just anybody ♪ help! you know i need someone we're following breaking news now on kpix 5 at 11:00. a person is dead. several firefighters injured in san jose. investigators are now looking into arson. >> the roads dry tonight but could turn slick by your morning commute. a look at when rain will start falling. >> oakland side shows hitting a new level tonight. gunshots and an officer injured. why police say they were caught off guard after declaring a side show crackdown. >> attacks on saudi arabia oil facilities could affect you at the pump. we'll tell you how much more yo. we start with that breaking news. san jose police say a person is dead and four firefighters injured after a building fire.
officers say they responded to reports of a person making threats inside a store. by the time they got there, a fire had broken out. it is unclear if that person started the fire. they say that could also be the person who was found dead in the basement. this is a developing story. we'll contue to ow b o ai and online at kpix.com. changes in the weather making their way to the bay area. >> let's take a live look around the bay where roads are dry tonight. by morning it could be slick with rain. >> by the 5:00 hour in the north bay. so let's switch back over. i'm going to show you where the storm is now. taking a look off the coast, you can see the heavier bands of rain out there. i'm going to bring the leading edge into sonoma county by the 5:00 hour. the general idea is it starts rainingth bay f earl 5:00 a.m. watch
this pttyo forecast. by the time we get to 7:00 a.m. that organized line is going right through the center of the bay area. by late morning, it's in the south bay. it's one thing to show you this and it looks quite impress important. this is going to impact the morning commute. for the north bay, santa rosa, i'm going to use you as my example. best chance for rain coming from 5:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. as we look at the san francisco, oakland, concord line, it comes between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and now we're going to shift it back even later down in the south bay, san jose, it gets there by late morning. i'll be back with more in just a few minutes. for now, back over to you. burning rubber, screeching brakes, and gunfire. this is the chaotic scene ev nea foothl oland. police say shots were fired from
the crowd and spectators threw multiple sid werer reported tonight. no word yet on any arrests or injuries. tonight drone attacks on the world's largest oil processing facility in saudi s in y spo wit o much more cash you might have to spend on gas and what the trump administration is doing to bring down oil prices. >> president trump says the u.s. believes it knows the culprit behind the weekend's attacks and is, quote, locked and loaded depending on verification from the saudi kingdom. experts predict prices at the pump could jump at least 10 cents a gallon. >> i already feel like we pay a lot for gas. i don't travel that much but i can imagine the people who commute from the bay or into the city like sacramento where we live. itensinot even from baya.evomino i d lot.up wha
it definitpr may not happen ove. if production gets back online fairly soon, the effects may be short term according to the energy analyst. >> the prospect is we may not see as big an impact. it's a very serious matter but circumstances are very different than what they were 20 years ago, let alone 30 years ago when saudi arabia truly was the king pin. >> the energy department says it stands ready to tap into the strategic petroleum reserves if necessary to offset any disruption. president trump tweeted that intention a wmen's rebelsla attk while iran denied secretary pompeo's accusations. >> ihiears was the iranians. >> reporter: saudi arabia says the attack cut its oil supply ir
more than 5% of the world's daily supply. >> i drive very often. i live right across the golden gate bridge and bridge tolls already a problem and that definitely racks up the bill and raising gas prices, that would be like, yeah. that's not good. >> the white house says that the president is still weighing his options when it comes to potential talks with the iranian president later this month at the u.n. general assembly. in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5. >> an east bay woman is dead after a boat crashed in the delta. reporter rob malcolm has more into the investigation of what happened and also spoke with the victim's friend. >> during the day this dock at union point bar and grill is edeoe enjoy the san joaquin delta. the community is shaken today after the death
ere'ot ry more we can do. >> reporter: they took a pause to remember a friend who was killed saturday night after two >> it's hard, we're out here a lot and boating family is pretty close and she was part of it. >> reporter: he was joined by a boat load of friends, today mourning the loss of 24-year-old kelly blake from discovery bay. >> when you meet her, you just feel instant bond with her. >> reporter: the san joaquin sheriff's office says saturday evening five other people were injured when the two boats collided head on north of highway 4 in the delta around 7:15 and just before sunset. at union point bar and grill, christine alfaro guessed it was human error. today wreckage of the boat was towed to discovery bay, investigators still trying to determine if speedwa a factor as
responsible as the boats met at a curve. >> both were coming around the corner at the same time. hit head on. one boat went over the say the delta, while beautiful, is dangerous, especially when alcohol fuels the party on the water. >> while you're casually drinking and driving, which is really weird because people don't casually drink and drive a car but they casually dreeung one, two, three beers and drive a boat. >> reporter: the driver of the other boat involved in the crash is cooperating. >> there's no restrictions. you go do when you want to do. >> the san joaquin county sheriff's office is asking witnesses to come forward as they try tof this crash. in san joaquin county, rob malcolm, kpix 5. >> we'll continue to follow rw to try to determine the cause of this. >> in the east bay, a decades-old practice is getting
a technological update. you'll be able to contact 911 dispatchers by text message. it's designed to help those hearing or voice impaired but it can help in shooterav a life afr a string of texts talked a woman out of taking her own life. >> that was a longer process maybe than a voice call but thaa talking text message. >> concord police say there are drawbacks. there could be language barriers. dispatchers could miss out on nuances that they're trained to pick up by phone. they do recommend you still reach them the old tags way by calling 911. momentum against vaping is building in the bay area. a san mateo supervisor is pushing for a ban on e-cigarettes in the county. e-cigarette sales are already banned in san francisco and
richmond and voters will decide on a vaping ban ordinance in livermore next year. the cdc says it's investigating more than 450 cases of vaping-related illnesses nationwide. the department of public health confirmed 67 potentially cases are in sal. today we got a look inside stanford's new $2 billion hospital in palo alto. a 7-story facility that features 368 private patient and more than 20 state-of-the-art operating rooms. officials say they tried to design a place for healing and comfort where patients can run acres of gardens and take in sweeping views. stanfordffay they'll begin transferring patients to the new hospital in late october or early november. the pushing back against san francisco's resolution that calls the gun rights group a terrorist
organization. it is also suing san francisco claiming its first amendment rights are being threatened. the federal lawsuit cites the city vowed to act against vendors and contractors who do business with the nra. a city supervisor says he welcomes a legal fight. >> san francisco has a proud tradition of taking a stand and sometimes having to defend his position in court. and in the end, if this moves the gun control conversation, moves us closer to background checks or assault weapons ban or anything at some point it will be worth that cause. >> the city's resolution says providing support for a terrorist is also an act of terrorism and it claims the nra does prode te of support by blocking legislation to curb gun violence. president trump is scheduled to come to the bay area in two days. one report has him coming to the city to talk about homelessness. also, the group the cars. singer and music producer ric
president trump and his housing and urban development secretary are heading to the bay area this week. >> ben carson reportedly plans to address california's homelessness crisis during a visit to san francisco on tuesday. kpix 5 joe vazquez says the president may join carson for that appearance in the city. >> president trump's schedule has him arriving in the bay area tuesday for a fundraiser. now cnn is reporting thepris ane to san francisco to join his housing secretary to talk about homelessness. >> look at what's happening.
san francisco. take a look at what's going on. and we're going to have to step in and do something about it. we can't allow that to happen to our great cities. >> the crisis of homelessness has never been at the top of president trump's agenda but recently he's begun bin bay arer how the situation has been handled. >> we're going to give them notice. we gave them a notice today. clean it up. you've got to do something. you can't have it. >> reporter: the president is scheduled to attend a bay area fundraising event. he may join ben carson in san francisco tuesday to talk about homelessness opportunity zones. so no official confirmation. dillon, a committee woman from san francisco and member of the trump re-election campaign says she can't say where the president will appear. >> everybody would like to know but due to bay area failure on the president's prior trip has
candidate trump to keep the attendees safe. i'm sure the secret service is particularly concerned about that issue. probably 95% of my neighbors on my street are democrats. 100% of us believe the crisis is being a failure of leadership. >> i view this as another publicity stunt to fire up his base. >> reporter: chair of the assembly housing committee. >> the idea he's going to try to use tax breaks to his wealthy billionaire friends to try to assist homeless folks doesn't strike us as particularly credible but we look forward to hear what the president has to say. >> joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> mr. trump plans to hold fundraisers in l.a. the exact not being disclosed.area event starting later this week on
tuesday, the count will launch its new mobile hygiene truck in partnership with the cities of fremont and newark. the trailer is fitted with full bathrooms, showers, and washer dryer units. it will be dispatched all over the county. we want to tell you about a new project coming to kpix 5. >> every monday and wednesday suzie will investigate the troubled bay area housing market. we'll uncover what went wrong to get us to this point and we'll hold the powerful accountable. on monday we sit down with the thing in this city if i'm going to change the conditions of the city. >> a lot of communities are more focused on preserving their existing character than recognizing that we all are being harmed by the shortage of housing. >> i think a generation or two
from now they'll be asking what did you do about it? and if we can't answer that question in a way that satisfies our own conscience and the conscience of the next generation, i think history will not regard us well. >> starting next week, kpix 5 brings you project home. the stories are about you, me, and all of our housing challenges every monday and wednesday at 11:00. rocker ric ocasek and lead singer of the band the cars has died at age 75. his unve inside h home. police not expec play. ri the break,se f bds bike weezr and bad religion. the cars were inducted foot the
rock and roll hall of fame last year. [ music ] [ cheers and applause ] >> hundreds of mexican nationals gathered in front of city hall tonight to celebrate mexican independence day. the holiday is actually tomorroo enjoy live mariachi music and folklore dancing. tomorrow marks the 209th anniversary of mexico's independence from spain. the weather might be raining on that celebration there butt. that's our first round. >> it's the first rain of the season. so for that it's kind of a big deal. even if the totals are not going to be that big. i want to start off with that. i went into the details at the timing at the top of the newscast. this is how much we're going to get. .1 of an inch of rain or less. the main takeawayn the roads
kind of slick for your morning commute tomorrow. this is the first time they're getting wet after a long summer of a lot of heat and the grind getting in the roadway. it's that first light rain that brings all that stuff back up and makes the roads a little slip. that's going to be the number one issue with this tomorrow. tonight you can see a bit of the rain showing up on the peninsula. if you got a little misted on, that's not the rain. that's the leadinghe marine layer. this is the rain we're watching for right now. it's still here off the coast up nearn for a closeok and look athi the context of the commute. how will this affect your drive tomorrow? it's going to start in the north bay. if we come in for a closer look, i'm going to stop it here at 5:00 a.m. the focus of the more noticeable rain early on at 5:00 a.m. is in the north bay. the yellow spots here show you
where there are going to be mor. no drsthat wld be t rain the windshield wipers are on for. everything progresses to the south. here we are at 7:00 a.m. you can see the band of rain has stretched across the richmond bridge, bay bridge. light showers getting the roads damp enough that you'll have to be aware and give yourself a little more time. by the lake, 9:00 a.m. that's when the focus has shifted to the south bay. that covers tomorrow's rain. that gets out of here. now i'm going to bring ahead the next rain maker. this comes through wednesday morn pt ane in of i from this one. just for the wednesday rain maker, it's focused in the north bay and we're talking about less than norm. anywhere from close to .5 inch
of rain for that one. i don't anticipate that rain is going to have a major impact. it's going to look a little stormy for the first half of wednesday then there could be showers in the north bay. then we're done. we clear things outnd two local paramedics getting a lot of attention for their compassion during an emergency call. what they did for a man in need. and he's never ridden a b.a.r.t. train in his short life but he might be the transit's biggest fan. i'm dennis o'donnell. special guest in studio tonight breaking down the local football teams. are the 9ers for real? >> we shall see. i think they are. >> the amazing inside story and why joe may not be out eight weeks.
a sweet story in san francisco. paramedics got creative to help a young man with autism who was experiencing a panic attack. to help calm the man down, these two paramedics started dancing with him and then started singing. it seemed to work. the young man calmed down and he was able to get out of the car and he was able to say hello to the paramedics. et it's going to be a birthday to remember for a cute kid from the east bay. aiden just turned 4 years old and he loves b.a.r.t. so much, he had a b.a.r.t. themed birthday party including a birthday cake with a b.a.r.t. train ton. funny thing is aiden has never been on a b.a.r.t. train. that will change soon. b.a.r.t. responded to the post on instagram and said they'd love to meet him and take him
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