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grandson thinks it's no problem and he goes for the fake. he gets it done. you have got to love that. it is all worth checking out on a monday night. it is 11 pm. time for more news with alex and alyanna. i don't know why will a grin -- why willow glen is being targeted. >> presents are fed up and fighting back. the 11:00 news starts now. >> hello again, i am alex savidge. >> i am alyanna gomez. we have live coverage from azenith smith. >> reporter: this homeowner is one of many now thinking about beefing up their security. i wanted to show you the front
door. this million-dollar home is now boarded up. the homeowner was asleep when a burglar broke in. she is one of many victims i spoke with tonight. market rubino considered dish rubino considers himself lucky -- mark rubino considers himself lucky. it all stems from a car crash on pine avenue. rubino discovered a teenage girl driving a stolen car had crashed into his truck. when he tried to stop her, four teenage boys got out and hit him in the head. that car was used in a robbery. >> it is terrible. i don't know why willow glen is being targeted. it seems that things are happening right and left. >> reporter: monica proctor is now changing her credit cards after a burglar kicked open her front door friday around 4 am,
stealing her purse, laptop and phone. >> it is very scary. especially since he was so bold and my dogs were going crazy. he knew i was home and did not care. >> it was right here.>> reporter: vicki is on the lookout for her lexus stolen right from her driveway. it was stolen as she was eating dinner in her backyard sunday evening. >> we both came out and stared at the driveway for a full two minutes just raffled that my car was gone.>> reporter: police told her that her car was used in two other crimes. >> i was in disbelief. at first, i thought maybe my son came up with an idea. >> reporter: her son is using acetone to clean up the gang graffiti on her trailer and car. she has no idea why she was targeted. all of these residents want to meet with police and want immediate solutions. >> all of the police department is very well aware of the crime
that happens in san jose. they are deployed and are on top of it.>> reporter: she encourages residents to form neighborhood watch groups. the councilwoman is planning a safety town hall meeting tentatively scheduled for august 30 to address these residents concerns. alyanna, alex, police are investigating if these crimes are connected. azenith smith live in san jose. thank you. a 68-year-old woman has died from her injuries months after she was shot by her own son. she died on friday. she and her husband were both shot at their home in the spanish cove mobile home park back on may 20. her husband was also killed. police arrested the couple's son and his roommate two days later.
court records alleged the two suspect had planned to split the sun's inheritance. san francisco police were accused of excessive force during the arrest of a juvenile female. onlookers say officers used excessive force slamming they handcuffed girl onto the sidewalk. two witnesses say the officers punched the girl, as well. an ambulance took her away. police spokesman said she was wanted and had a warrant out for her arrest. as henry lee reports, an officer was responding to a call near the port of oakland this morning when he collided with another car and then slammed into a big red.>> reporter: the officer was responding to reports of suspicious people at about 3 am.
how help and what led to the death of the pittsburgh woman. her body was discovered in a canal in bay point. she has been identified as a 25- year-old and then in the water several days. anyone with information is asked to put in a call to the sheriffs office. joseph d'angelo is raising an additional charge of first- degree murder bringing his number of charges to 13. authorities suspect a 1975 killing of a college faster. they believe the professor was the golden state killers first them. charges, after prosecutors used dna to file murder charges >> in addition to physical
evidence we do -- >> reporter: making the announcement, the police chief -- snelling was allegedly shot twice. a man tried to abduct his daughter in the middle of the night. >> we do have ballistics information. it allowed us to link a gun that was stolen from a burglary to the snelling homicide.>> reporter: the murder was believed to be the first for the golden state killer known as the vice elliott ransack her. -- as the vice failure ransack a. >> 100 attempted burglaries that occurred during the 18 month period. then you have the snelling
snelling the former prosecutor michael cardozo says, today's information is not likely to convict d'angelo. >> prosecutors like dna evidence because it brings certainty. truck they acknowledged that they face hurdles in this case. >> we are talking about a crime that occurred 30 years ago. -- 40 years ago. time is not on our side. that is going to be one of the challenges going forward. a lot of the officers that were involved simply are not with us anymore. the witnesses are not with us anymore, as well. that is a challenge that i am sure other jurisdictions are
facing, as well.>> reporter: rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. we received word that a firefighter has died while battling the mendocino complex fire. they did not reveal exactly how the firefighter was killed, but they did say the firefighter was utah and that notification of next of kin was taking place. a news conference was held during the past hour. >> today's events were a tragedy. they were unexpected and not wanted. they are a reminder of how dangerous this career is >> they are now getting a handle on the mean -- mendocino complex fire. the ranch fire has topped 300,000 acres my making it the largest fire in state history. it is 59% contained. cal fire says the two fires have destroyed 150 house. yosemite national park is
set to reopen after being closed for three weeks. happened at the height of tourist season. officials say smoke from other wildfires is still rolling through the park but not causing major issues. park officials even say the air has improved over the last two weeks. our afternoon highs fell below the seasonal average. 90 degrees was the afternoon high in antioch 70 in haworth and closer to san francisco, low 60s. as we get going tomorrow, temperatures will be very similar. into the afternoon, a near repeat expected. we have mid-50s in santa rosa oakland, livermore and san jose. mostly cloudy skies along the coast and inside the bay. down by seven degrees in livermore from where we were yesterday at this are.
down by five in concord. afternoon highs were down by several degrees. probably noticed in your area. the onshore winds are blowing strong. that pacific error is moving through the delta and into the sacramento valley. we can expect low clouds to join us tomorrow for the inland communities. here's a look at what is going on right now. creeping into the north bay, east bay and down to the south bay. we could see a little bit of drizzle. for the afternoon, low 60s expected along the coast. upper 80s for warmer locations. wednesday and thursday, only subtle changes expected we will begin to warm up on thursday with a bigger heat upcoming in time for the weekend is a look at the future cast for tomorrow morning, waking up with just a little bit of cloud cover inside the bay. along the coastline it is going to remain the entire day. temperatures with low 50s to
low 60s to start the morning. for the afternoon we will go 66 for salida -- sausalito. the entering east bay, 87 in danville south bay locations and san jose you will go to 77. along the peninsula, 78 in redwood. 64 in the city of san francisco temperatures will be dropping off just a bit more into wednesday and warming up a tad on thursday. the bigger heat up comes on friday. sports is coming up next. the oakland a's have begun a big series playing the team met trails them and they wildcard race. trending now, respect and well wishes to the queen of soul. she is reportedly gravely ill and surrounded by friends and family in detroit. celebrities and fans are posting
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the oakland a's were at the coliseum playing against the seattle mariners. mark is here now normally, the a's are the ones trying to stage comebacks. tonight, their opponents were the ones. >> no doubt about it. i will tell you what, the a's, their strong point is the bullpen. that was a problem tonight. they almost gave away a big lead. shawn minaya had 7 2/3 innings with very strong pitching. it got dicey down near the end as the a's began to build up their lead. they were up 1-0 in the third. this one, had four rbis. is backing it up with matt chapman who was also 3-5. he had
three doubles in that combination. a couple rbis right here between lowery and chapman. they wind up giving up a big lead. two runs for the mariners in the eighth. three in the ninth. closing it down, like it's his 31st save. the a's are within two games of first-place. in la, it was the marquee matchup. kershaw against baumgardner. those had very little to do with the end. a bloop to left and it is a collision. look at the woozy crawford still with the presence of mind to law but in and get it to kershaw. crawford is undergoing concussion protocol, right now. he left the game not long after that. the dodgers or hurting. they do not have the relief, jansen. the bullpen blew up.
he gives up a two run single. the giants turned a 2-1 deficit into a 3-to lead. -- 3- 2 lead. they are not clowning around. the giants win over the dodgers 5-2. in the meantime, we have come to this point where we must check this out it was hot down in miami today. the marlins coach perry hill, with the old truck. a little lettuce in your helmet. that will cool the dome. no doubt about it. pete rose used to do that. matt chapman, i mentioned, he had three doubles. he also had that dutiful way at third base as well. -- he had that beautiful play at third base, as well.
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call or go online today. it's been mighty cold in here since "the big chill." what say we warm our hearts by... "st. elmo's fire"? yes! couple of wine coolers and some '80s rob lowe -- i can get into that. i'm still holding out hope i'll have plans tonight. great. two for two. haley? oh, so fun, but i'm gonna have to say no. i have a photography-class thing. what kind of a thing? oh, you know, just an exhibit, like, to show our photos. is it something that we should go to? claire, we just made plans. mom, this is a college class. i'm not in the third grade. don't you have nap time there? no. i have free periods, during which i sometimes nap. is it me, or was she just being purposefully vague? alex, i want you to go through her stuff and find out about this thing tonight. wait, wait. i-i don't feel good about us snooping. i know. that's why i told alex to do it.