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need to. we want them to be surgical. >> reporter: state senator scott wiener also wants pg&e to be more competent and accountable. >> pg&e is so used to getting its way. they're completely tone deaf here. their ceo continues to just blanket the scale of the black-out affecting millions of people. they're not self-aware of how impactful in a negative way their actions far. >> the cpuc has called for emergency hearings that begin at 1:00 tomorrow. joe vazquez, kpix 5. fire watch.ye a fire that broke n video juste newsroom. it's about 10 acres. part of highway 29 remains closed at this hour. some people in the area told to evacuate but those orders have
now been lifted. right now there's a high surf advisory. it does have the potential to whip up some water. that was actually at low tide. everywhere in yellow is under high surf advisory. we could see it as deep as 20 feet. tomorrow morning, friday morning. if you look at what's going on here, look at the winds that are sweeping across the ocean. these are surface winds. they're all coming out of the northwest. if you watch the swell forecast here, you can see all that enom right toward california. and along with that, there's another chance for rain. for saturday. saturday morning for the north bay. it's about as impressive as the last one and you probably don't remember that. in other words it's not very impressive. but saturday morning when i check back in with you in the
complete forecast, we'll outline that chance of rain in sonoma county. for now, reminde this weekt we were experiencing 30 years ago tonight. >> san francisco's marina district was still burning. part of the bay bridge had collapsed. millions had watched loma prieta rock the world series. >> the oakland as. >> have you found out what's going on? >> coast guard helicopter attempting to aid the person in the car. >> you see the freeway system, where it's collapsed and it almost looks like a rollernhe bi tots rht you haven't seen it before is tilted
dramatically. >> kpix 5's mark sayre is near the earthquake's epicenter in santa cruz where the community held a moment of silence tonight. >> in the immediate aftermath of the quake, most of the attention was on the bay area and the world series. but it took santa cruz residents hours before they learned they were actually much closer to the epicenter. santa cruz is just 10 miles from the epicenter of the loma prieta quake and the town lost dozens of buildings and was cut off for days. >> please join me in a moment of silence. >> reporter: tonight at exactly 5:04 p.m., the moment the quake hit in a moment of silence. a small display of newspaper headlines and artifacts from that day were on display outside abbott square, one of the hardest hit areas of downtown. it brought back memories like it
was yesterday. >> in the kitchen, the refrigerated door was flying open and closed. and stuff was falling off shelves on to the middle of the floor. the kitchen cabinet door is swinging open and closed. >> you wanted to have a place where people could stop on by and maybe some of these artifacts would evoke stories from them and that's what's been happening all day. >> oh, my god. we're having an earthquake. wait a minute. hold on. can you feel that? >> reporter: the santa cruz public library unveiled a video. and panelists reflected on a day they will never forget. >> in those 15 seconds just kept going going and going. it felt like timeaken many resis here say they felt forgotten and wondered if the outside world even knew of the extent of the
damage here. reporting in santa cruz, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. >> we have a special section online looking back at loma prieta including reflections from kpix photographer who were on the front lines that day. that's at kpix.com/lomaprieta. two sheriff's deputies managed to walk away from a crash landing in stockton tonight. the cessna's nose got stuck underneath the trailer. the deputies ran into engine failure after take-off. new at 11:00, the san marin high school football team is in the dark once again. a court just ordered the school to turn off the lights for their homecoming game. andrea nakano joins us now. >> after a four-year legal battle, the lights came on here. >> what's the use of lights ifz
you can never turn them on? >> reporter: frustrated parents, students, and coaches tonight as a marin judge issued a temporary restraining order. >> i'm a little bit down but it's actually kind of pushing all of us. now it's on. >> reporter: last week the novato unified school district voted unanimously to turn on the lights for the first time after filing a revised environmental impact report. a judge ruled a district acted prematurely. the court claims it needs time to see if the report complies with the california environmental quality act. plus the save san marin coalition says it hasn't had a chance to weigh in on the report. >> we'd like to settle this and get this in the past. okay? but we want to a of us in the community, including students, can feel proud and if the civics lesson has been done right. >> reporter: now withre legal s.
the parade went on as planned. but instead of playing under the friday night lights, kickoff for the game will be on saturday afternoon. >> it's disappointing but as a team, we know that it's playing football. we enjoy playing football. we'll play anywhere, any time. >> just the ability to play under the lights that one time, that's good with me. >> reporter: while this year's senior class may not be able to play under the lights again this season, coaches have hoped next year will be different. >> this is going to happen. it's just a matter of time. >> the school district says it's looking forward to its day in court. the next court date is set for november 14th. new tonight, federal officials say wells fargo will now have to offer 66 peopl r jobsiv years ago. u.s. labor department found the bank discriminated against thousands of female and african american applicants for customer
service and phone banker jobs. we've reached out to wells fargo and have yet to hear back. also tonight, san francisco-based juul says it has suspended sales of fruit flavored e-cigarettes. juul will continue to sell the mint, menthol, and tobacco flavors. the move comes as the governor considers banning all flavored e-cigarettes. juul ceo had this to say. quote, we must reset the vapor category by earning the trust of society and working cooperatively with policy makers and stakeholders to combat underage use. meanwhile, the cdc has now confirmed 33 vaping related deaths tonight in 24 states. three of war of words against he speaker nancy pelosi tonight. at a rally in texas, he lashed out at her for issuing subpoenas in the impeachment inquiry.
>> that crazy nancy. she is crazy. she hands them out like it's cookies. i have people getting subpoenas i never heard of. i said who are those people? never saw anything like it. it's a disgrace what they're doing to our country. >> meanwhile, there's another shakeup in the trump administration tonight. energy secretary rick perry has resignedmiutiny over his role in dealings with ukraine. and the white house says tonight the president won't make a profit from hosting the g7 summit at his resort in miami next month. the chairman of the house judiciary committee called it, quote, among the most brazen examples yet of the president's corruption. coming up, a major fault line starts moving for the first time in recorded history, and what it's capable of is frightening. busted at sea. why the coast guard says t bags of trash are worth about $92 million. u.p.s.
earthquake began sliding. that's according to a just published study by cal tech and nasa. >> it is significant because we hadn't seen this kind of activity occurring before. >> reporter: dr. zachary ross is associated professor and lead author of the study. radar satellites picked up unprecedented movement on the 150-mile garlock fault. dr. ross believes the quake and movement on the fault are connected. >> these brown lines here indicate what we call the surface rupture of the ridgecrest main shock. the ridgecrest earthquake basically ended only a few miles away from this garlock f be dete movement or the creep on the garlock fault could affect thele long fault like the san andreas.
>> you can kind of think of this as one fault triggering other like dominos. that reallywsre's haveni of the hazards which is increasingly consistent with what we've been observing over the last several decades. today the state rolled out an early warning system. the myshake app uses a ground network of motion censors to detect earthquakes. it then sends an alert to your phone. we've posted a tutorial on our website at kpix.com. live look at sfo where we're learning about a bizarre crime at the airport. secure screeners say they caught a woman trying to smuggle three fetuses out of the country. according to her indictment, the package contained contents described as school teaching aids and t-shirts.
an x-ray of the package revealed what appeared to be a human shape. authorities then found three glass containers that appeared to be holding human fetuses. investigators have learned those fetuses belonged to creighton university in nebraska. it is unclear how they endey shd have been cremated. new video to show you now of a massive cocaineust ihe n pacificcean the coast guard seized. plastic bags filled with 6800 pounds of cocaine. that street value, about $92 million. tonight some people in fairfield think squatters have turned an abandoned problem into a drug house. residents say squatters moved in, leaving trash and doing drugs inside the home. >> i knew there was always something crazy going on over
there so we don't really let the kids walk that way. it's a blight, you know. broken windows. boarded up. you don't want to see that. nobody wants that. >> reporter: faild g m than0 cas for acctivit at the home. just this week they boarded up the place. they kicked the squatters out. a valentine's day carjacking. wild chase in san jose. kpix 5's kit do shows us why police say they had no choice but to take lethal action. >> shoulder of the southbound 87. >> reporter: the video starts with a black gmc yukon going the wrong way. behind the wheel, mark morasci, a convicted felon. in the passenger seat, susanna macy rogers, who fired four shots at deputies with this shotgun. the suv gets off the freeway. the two suspects ditch the
vehicle and rogers can beomas tp to an infrared camera and captures the moment they capture eler. you can see the u.p.s. driver has his hands up. they get back on highway 87. elered noticed an officer had laid down strike strips. he drove right over them and blew out the tires. after a few minutes he tol ellard, wer dying today. the yups driver showed the ex-cona picture of his daughter at which point he was allowed to leave. 45 minutes later officers closed in. >> northbound toward trimble. >> reporter: the police fired a singlehe office found the police officer's use of deadly force was necessary
and justified. you've been watching all that wind. >> the good news is we're done with the worst of it but the not so good news is we're not done completely with it. look at the daily wind speeds over my shoulder. we should probably get used to these numbers. now that weaver pulled back from the gust in the mid 30s that we have so much in the afternoon, we still have sustained winds in the teens. every once in a while these will gust into the 20s. this is going to stick around probably through friday. it's not going to be astoday wa. it's not going to turn off completely either. the other thing is the clear skies overhead tonight are going to make for cold lows i places. look at santa at 39 for the morning low. huge difference from the east bay. oakland at 52. if you get into some of those isolated alleys. we're going to start feeling some cold temperatures. we've done this already a few times. particularly up in the valleys. as far as the daytime highs go for tomorrow, just like today. except with a little bit of less
wind. it might feel warmer. the temperatures will be the same. it's probably going to feel a little better. let's talk about this small chance of rain saturday morning for the north bay. here's the big picture. that gets us ahead to 9:00 on saturday. you see what we've got going on here. we will highlight the county line. that gets us to the late morning. a few spotty showers showing up for sonoma county. we'll keep that going into the late morning and early afternoon. barely enough to measure. if we put some numbers on that, healdsburg. those numbers have bounced back and forth over the past 12 hours. let's not put too much stock into these numbers. just a general takeaway. a little bit of light rain. far north. barely enough to measure. keep your plans if you've got plans on saturday. here's something interesting past the 7-day forecast. this is the 8 to 14-day temperature outlook. it shows you the degree of
confidence. if you get into the deep shades of red, that's a high degree of confidence we'll be above average. past the seventh day, we'll likely be warm. seven-day is already warm, toward the end of it. those are daytime highs that climb up into the mid80 by the time we get to early next week. a nice little taste of fall. we will on saturday morning in the north bay. then we'll go back into late summer and we'll get daytime highs about 10 degrees above average. >> crazy watching those temperatures roller coaster like that. >> if you're going to do that, fall is the time of year you do it. >> fine by me. hey, anyone need a peacock? they're up for adoption. what you are going to need to take care of these big birds. announcer: time magazine reports: "the new american
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103 regular season wins look great on paper. not going to get you any credit in the american league championship series. just ask the yankees. new york is going to be gone with the wind if they lose one more game to houston. 3rd inning. yankees up one. george springer hit a three-run home run off masahiro tanaka. carlos correa, that's a three-run home run. astros went 8-3. they lead the series now three games to one. they have justin verlander on the hill for game 5. ouch. you feeling good, patrick not for long. mahomes goes for it on the quarterback sneak on 4th and 1. dislocatedel. did not return. mri will come tomorrow. meanwhile, the broncos are terrible. joe flacco, poor guy, was sacked nine times.
reggie scores the defensive touchdown. chiefs win 30-6. we'll know more on mahomes' future sometime tomorrow. i'd be smiling if i was 5-0. that's 9er gm john lynch watching stanford host ucla. 1st quarter. bruins up 14-3. stanford back in it. 14-10. devon aussie blocked two stanford players. stanford defenseave up 455 yards. th to stanford. evander kane became the first player in sharks history to have a hat trick before the end of the 1st period last night. he led san jose to their third straight win. his performance was overshadowed by a much younger player at the capitals game. >> you scored two goals out there. we're going to watch them on the
big screen. you ready? >> yeah! i'm so excited i'm like seriously excited. i'm kind of shy but mostly excited. >> how did it feel to play on the big ice? >> all i wanted to do is have fun. always remember, hockey is not about winning. it's always about fun. >> he has the right idea. >> and he's kind of shy. unless he has a microphone in front of 20,000 people. >> fun to see the front teeth. >>ll be right back. i'mla[ you know when you're at ross and your new fall look just keeps getting better? check this out! that's yes for less. score a head-to-toe look you'll love and save 20 to 60 percent off department store prices. at ross. yes for less.
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