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they played, and seattle is really desperately trying to figure out how to stop him. >> reporter: nerves for the faithful are high for fans outside the stadium as they stock up on swag. >> just bought it. can't wait for sunday's game in seattle. >> reporter: they have one message for the 12th man. >> go niners! >> reporter: that game is sunday. i've got my ticket for my favorite spot. it's on my dad's sofa where all the luck was in the 80s and 90s. that's where i'll be watching, how about you allen and veronica? >> you know it. actually i asked santa for a ninner win this year. we'll see! >> fingers crossed. all right, nike's new sneaker collaboration with colin kaepernick sold out in ust a day. it
monday and features the former 49er quarterback's logo, jersey number, and a hang tag. but some who went to buy it got a surprise ap khavi elmshi employee bring it out. >> let's do this. >> i came from the back with the shoe to surprise them. >> reporter: kaepernick just posted a video of himself with fans at shoe palace stores in oakland, san jose, and hayward monday. he says it means a lot that they all stood by him during this time. >> it was an exciting moment. i'll never forget it. it was awesome. i love kap and it's exciting to see what he's doing, using his platform to do what he's done. >> he said all profits sold at shoe violence will go back to organizations fighting systemic oppression. and 49ers corner back cj beatherd penned an emotional
tribute to his brother that was killed on saturday. he posted photos of his brother clay with a caption that says in part, clay has the biggest heart of anyone that i have ever known. he would do absolutely anything for the people he loves. he's the most loyal guy i've ever known in my life. his brother's murder suspect, michael moseley, made his first court appearance today. he faces 2 homicide charges. nashville police say moseley stabbed beatherd and the other victim after an argument in the bar that spilled into the street. he was a starter long island university. a quick check of the other top stories at 5:30. >>neorblbug owner for a warehouse fire that injured a pregnant woman today. the building was red tagged, but 7 people were living there illegally. they say the building owner
allowed it. >> and the grapevine reopens after being closed since christmas. they were able to clear it once stormy conditions moved out. >> and in oakland a delivery person was robbed at gun point today. the victim telling police 2 suspects were armed with a gun and stole packages from the truck. fortunately nobody was hurt. in stockton tonight, a follow up to that brawl at the mall involving hundreds of teenagers. reporter rachel wolf with what malls are now doing to keep shoppers safe. >> pore: errtaoafter christmas. nearly 200 teens fighting outside webbers town mall. >> i saw everything and turned around and went back that way. >> reporter: this man walked away, but many kids didn't. even after mall security and stockton police broke up the fight. instead they moved across the street to sherwood mall. both malls were put on lockdown. in the end no one was arrested, but one person went to the hospital. >> it portrays stockton, i
don't want to see a ghetto place to be, but it seems like we don't have a hold on the community. >> reporter: there was a sign banning unaccompanied minors at the mall after the fight. wafromhe stt. ve een ey sthhoatuld be over 18. >> reporter: malls across the area now dealing with this . veenravicemalls in een olle sacramento, stockton, and roseville to see what other preventative measures are being taken. arden fair closed early this year after fights last year. others stepped up security, but wouldn't comment on other measures. >> we're not speaking with any media right now. >> reporter: it's a different story across the street at sherwood mall where management says they'll not operate in fear, but a similar policy banning minors without a parent or guardian is in place. the mall already looking at strategies for next year. maybe an event designed to attract teens. >> we'll have to find some way
to engage this and not shy away because it seems to be reoccurring. >> reporter: a mall brawl causing problems for a second year. >> rachel wolf reporting. never before seen video shedding new light on the war crimes investigation of a navy seal. members of eddie gallagher's team were interviewed, and what they said was shocking. >> i think he wants to kill anybody he can. >> reporter: stark testimony from members of seal team 7 paint a chilling image of violence from their platoon chief. >> did he literally pull out a knife and start stabbing? >> he pulled out a knife and started stabbing hem. >> reporter: the videos obtained by the new york times were part of war crimes investigation into edward gallagher, a decorated navy
seal accused of fatally stashing a young isis fighter. this video shows him over the isis fighter lying in the street before the helmet camera shut off. a military jury acquitted him on all but a minor charge after platoon member cory scott seen here said he killed the isis member. scott was given full immunity prior to his testimony. >> they wanted to take his pin away and i said no. >> reporter: president trump stepped in when a navy board threatened to strip gallagher of his rank. the move led to the ousting of former navy secretary richard spencer who criticized the president last month. >> i don't think he fully understands the definition of a war fighter. i t's a profession of arms and it has standa >> reporter: earlier gallagher met with rds. president trump a mar-a-lago ishe calledente memberblatant li puthem together to
further a certain narrative. >> reporter: his attorneys are now preparing a lawsuit against the paper. >> the case is one of several that prompted the navy to order a full review of its military justice system. that report is expected to be released in the coming weeks. still to come, a historic mansion goes up in flames. why firefighters never had a chance to save it. >> and you'll never believe what the guy from the peloton commercial got real life girlfriend hifor s christmas. new at 6:00, presidential candidate elizabeth warren spending her holiday week in the bay area. why one county supervisor says her visit sets her apart from her opponents.
we are following breaking news out of colorado. a deadly shooting at a mall in suburban denver. police say at least 1 person was killed and they're looking for at least 1 suspect. we'll stay on top of it and bring you the latest as we get it. new video of a mansion in the boston suburbs going up in flames today. look at that house. fire burned through the roof for more than 2 hour before spreading to the rest of the home. there are no fire hydrants in the neighborhood, so firefighters had to bring in wanker trucks to t thmore fire started, but they did make it out safely. that mansion had stood since 1897 and was worth about $2 million. sohern california after 3 family members were killed in
a house fire. police say the father went back into the home to rescue his 2 young children but was overcome by smoke and flames. he died along with his 2 young daughters >> it's a terrible situation. going back in i think is what a lot of us would end up doing as parents, and unfortunately it didn't work out in this case. >> an 8-year-old boy has been listed in grave condition. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. 300 more americans died of the flu last week bringing the total to about 2100 so far this season. that's according to the latest numbers from the cdc. 46 of the deaths have been here in california, including several in the bay area. the cdc says more than 4.5 million people have gotten sick since flu season started in september. a silicon valley tech company that specializes in information security is
helping to provide a different type of security to local families this holiday season. >> juliette goodrich on the latest big donation to our food for bay area families drive. >> reporter: look at all of this fresh produce here at second harvest of silicon valley. so much going on. they're sending all this fresh produce from daly city to gilroy. also corporate sponsors have really helped out this holiday season. i'd like to introduce now from z scaler allison, i know your employees were really racing this year. >> yes, we participated in a 48 hour virtual race by second harvest food bank. we among the 9 companies that weraisedre almost a millio dollars. >> reporter: that's fabulous. do the big reveal and show us just how much money you're donating to second harvest. >> just under $40,000.
>> reporter: that's fantastic. kat is with second harvest of silicon valley, and this is going to go a long way. >> indeed it is. we couldn't do this work without our partners. thank you so much. these dollars mean this holiday season my families all over our community can make healthy and happy memories too. >> reporter: all gh t, ifget mo information you certainly can. go to our web page kpix.com/give. santa usually brings the christmas present for one family it was a stork. ts reporter: bua family receive the gift of a lifetime. that story coming up.
itreat them all as if, they are hot and energized. stay away from any downed wire, call 911 and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe. pretty spectacular friday night. vta hoping to attract new customers in the new year by offering free rides. so from ow until january 1st, no ticks moorrr clipper cards will be required to ride 17 of the most popular transit lines in the south bay. it's all to get ready for reworked mapsgiant is getting
ready for a record high number of returned package as after the holidays. they expect to process 1.9 million returns january 2nd, up 26 percent from last year. the national retail federation ge unwant than half of ex an ed gshifts within a month of receiving them. and the peloton guy is back at it again. >> this time gifting his real life girlfriend the pricy exercise equipment. the actor from the commercial posted on twitter here's hoping this goes over better the second time. it shows him and his real life girlfriend with the bike bearing the bow. the post in response to the backlash when he gifted his fake wife a peloton, and people attacked saying the husband giving the machine to his visibly fit wife the wrong
message. peloton said people misinterpreted the whole message. >> he got her a gift. i think that's a good first step. >> i'm not touching it. i'm staying out of the whole thing. it was an odd story beginning. >> that's marketing for you. >>he> it tfrworkomed, we're t about it. so if we take sutro tower and a crescent moon you get a real pretty view. this is from the top of the sales force tower. you can see the crescent moon at the top of the screen. you can see the top spires of the sutro tower. the moon sets at 6:34, and it is waxing which means it's on the way to becoming a full moon january 10th. soone and put some numbers on this day. this is the view from treasure island looking back at the city. what an incredible selection of cameras we have to choose
from here. just so many of them look spectacular right now. highs today, concord made it to 61. warmest spot. most everybody else in the mid to upper 50s. that's a little bit above average for this time of year. it was a beautiful day if you just looked at the afternoon highs. now we switch from the highs today and show you what the morning lows were. now we have to pot santa rosa. 29 degrees this morning. inout and plenty of other low 30s on here. half moon bay 34. we're doing that again tomorrow morning. almost just as cold. the main concern with numbers like this like 31 in santa rosa, 31 livermore, 34 concord is probably just the frost. if you have plants outside you care about, make sure they're covered up because this is the kind of cold that can damage them. daytime highs tomorrow just about as nice as today. we notice a few more clouds by the afternoon. ma but that's it. tomorrow a pretty nice day. it's sunday when we get back
into the rain. so let's play the futurecast forward and we're going watch how this comes together. that's sunday late morning and early afternoon. the first organized band of rain comes through late morning, early afternoon. and there's another one out here behind it coming through in the evening. so i want to watch that in more detail and play us into the evening. so there's that first wave. and on this forecast model that brings it through noon to 1:00. you have to look for bright yellow spots because in addition to the rain coming through in an organized line, some of this will have isolated thunderstorms, whether it's the first line or the second one that comes thh , the isolated thunderstorms might really come monday it'sand we clear out. most of the rest of the seven-day forecast is clear and uneventful. those are the rainfall totals for sunday. a quarter inch to maybe an inch.
but if you get a thunderstorm right over you, you'll get more. think back to christmas morning when we had the downpour in s fael. real isolated event. most of us didn't get it, but san rafael had a story for christmas morning. that's how sunday afternoon will likely good. and if you're wondering if this means more snow in the sierra, it does. not much, but travel in the sierra sunday, chains will be needed as you get into the afternoon. and the snow level will be relatively low. even if it's not heavy totals up top, it's a relatively cold storm. new year's eve, tuesday night, and we are all done with this storminess by the time we get there. we have a really good set up for new year's eve. maybe just a few clouds, barely a breeze, and the temperatures average for this time of year meaning by
midnight we're in the upper 40s. good forecast for new year's eve and new year's day. more upper 50s and sunshine. and throughout the rest of the seven-day forecast, it's pretty uneventful. the real headline is this sunday storm coming our and the fact that it's going to y.wabe cold again tomorrow morning. those are the 2 things to keep in mind. back over to you. all right, darren, thank you. new at 6:00, minimum wage workers in one bay area city getting a big pay bump in 2020. but how will it impact small businesses? and amazon and ring sued over hacking. how customers say the companies didn't do enough to keep strangers from accessing their devices. and how to make sure your christmas tree doesn't go to waste over the holidays next.
in vallejo tonight, major praise for a 1 91phone. >> that's right. a frantic caller reported her great grand daughter was going into labor at home. don ford y th dortpore >> reporter: it luwas just afte christmas when one vallejo family got an additional gift. one they say is the gift of a lifetime. >> refed sppoiblyon ifon labor >> reporter: it was here at this house in vallejo where keandra wheeler suddenly went into labor the day after christmas. her great grandmother called 911 and dispatcher susan hart took over. >> she started giving us instructions, and we followed them and i placed my hand where she told me so the head would be supported. >> reporter: the baby boy was born 6 minutes after she called 911.
he's doing fine, but is in the nicu because he was born premature. >> before the paramedics could get down to us, the baby just pops out. >> reporter: have you ever delivered a baby before? >> never in my wildest dreams did i think i'd deliver a baby. >> reporter: the mom was shy about going on camera, but her mother and great grandmother say she's doing fine. th e diwi the theatm cheruntil paramedics arrived. >> thank you, you helped us through a stressful time. you were the calm in the storm. >> reporter: the 4-pound nad yet. bhasn't en inalabley jodon y fo, bokpix 5. >> that baby has to get a name right now! that's it for the news at 5:00. >> the kpix 5 news at 6:00 begins right now. a san jose day care gets a
visit from presidential candidate elizabeth warren. her plan to pay workers more, and it wouldn't cost parents a dime. >> reporter: a fire at this red tagged warehouse injured a pregnant woman. why the people living here blame the owner. >> the problem is if we give a $4 raise for high school students, we need to give everyone a raise. >> reporter: people making minimum wage in menlo park getting a big raise, but can employers make them work? tonight a presidential hopeful hitting the ground hard in santa clara county. good evening, i'm allen martin in for ken. >> and i'm veronica de la cruz. senator elizabeth warren in satoday to talk about her child care plan. devin fehely has more on why some supporters find her approach refreshing. >> reporter: ever critical of
candidates who spend the majority of their time on the campaign trail meeting with high dollar donors, elizabeth warren met with people working at a home health care center. e r . >> i believe that health care is a major human right, but it shouldn't be a cost that a small business is trying to bear. eruneporter: in addition to izh hesaiv l warren told day care providers she supports universal, federallfunded y child care from birth to 5 years old. >> i believe it's time for a wealth tax in america. it's a 2-cent tax on the top fortunes in this country. >> reporter: her campaign stop is in keeping with the broader themes of her candidacy, improving health care, education, and raising wages for the working class. >> she's one of us. i felta connection with her.
she feels and hears my concerns. >> reporter: rosa's son says he's still an undecided voter, but he liked warren's sensibility. >> she was really listening. >> reporter: senator warren didn't answer any questions leaving the day care, but with senator kamala harris out of the race. >> we don't have a california candidate any longer in the race, so having someone that understands our community is really important. >> reporter: the union that organized today's event, also held campaign stops for other candidates including bernie sanders, beto o'rourke, and kamala harris. in san jose, devin fehely, kpix 5. >> and here's a look at where warren stands in california according a poll. she is second with 23 percent behind bernie sanders who's been climbing. monster swells at bay area beaches today. there was a beach hazard
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