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east san jose neighborhood that is partially under evacuation. there have been gunshots exchanged between a wanted suspect and police. one officer injured. a lot happening. we're going to detail that just ahead. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live at at&t park where tonight the giants are going to try
to do it. one more win and they're on their way to the world series. fans are delirious. we'll check it out in a live report. >> another look at at&t park this morning where the clouds are gathering. could be a stray shower during the game. i'll update you on that and the rain's looking a lot more impressive for the weekend. an update on that, too. >> following a motorcycle crash in antioch and a fog advisory through the santa cruz mountains. all those details coming up. >> 6:00 on a great thursday for giants fans. thank you so much for joining us! i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. we're going to start with the latest on breaking news in san jose where a shoot-out involving police has looked down a neighborhood and left one
officer injured. theresa garcia has been on the scene all morning and joins us with the latest. >> we were the first media crew out here before police put up this tape behind me. we got the close-up view
as there was a citywide call for help. you had at least ten patrol cars pulling up one after the other on the corner of waverly avenue and tampa way. that's where the camera is pointing now. that suspect has been hunkered down in his car. one officer was hurt when the situation first unfolded just after 4 a.m.. he was transported by ambulance after being hit by flying glass that was shattered during a gun fight. earlier in the day yesterday san jose police tried stopping that wanted suspect on an arrest warrant but he ran. they're not saying what he's wanted for. earlier this morning officers
spotted his car parked on tampa and seminole way. the suspect is still refusing to come out. some of the things we have been hearing over the radio as well as from police is that they have seen a weapon in his lap. trying to coax him to get out. they've seen him shake his head no. we've seen swat officers coming out here, everybody fully armed. we're hearing they're trying to get a good location, perhaps inside someone's home that they can see better inside his car to see what his hands are doing, what he's doing. he's refusing to come out. you have an active situation. some residents under evacuation. some trying to leave and the police actually letting them out. this is going to go on probably a few hours this morning. we're going to be out here live and bring you the latest situation as it develops. live in san jose, theresa garcia, abc 7 news. >> we'll check back. thank you so much. it's 6:02. oakland police say two home invasion robberies are linked. rewards of $5,000 for information leading to arrest. the first home invasion shortly
before 1 a.m. tuesday morning at a home on the 2,000 block of east 25th street. the second on the 2,000 block of east 20th street. that was shortly before 11:00 p.m.. several robbed cash and electronics. each incident there were no injuries. >> an officer making a stark statement about safety in oakland. he said the numbers show it's safer to be in a military base in afghanistan than to be unprotected on many oakland streets. they looked at statistics that show more than a thousand people have been killed in oakland in the past nine years. that number is even higher than the 996 american service members killed during hostile encounters in afghanistan during operation enduring freedom which began nine years ago this month. >> a judge ordered a nightclub to permanently close. owners of club suede near
fisherman's wharf agreed to temporarily close the club following a shooting that left a rich manned man dead. one attorney wanted it closed because of prior violence, vandalism, noise and security problems on the premises. the club must pay the city more than $20,000 in fines and fees. >> a new 49er stadium for santa clara could be delayed a year or more. financing is becoming difficult because of tense labor negotiations between the nfl and the players union. the lenders will not sign off on funding until a deal is struck. york says that's unlikely they will meet the target date. a number swirling in their heads. the number is one. as in one more win today. go back to the world series the
first time since 2002. terry mcsweeney joins us live where the boys in orange put their ace on the mound hours from now hoping to close things out. >> one more night, one more win and the giants get one more chance at winning their first world series ever. wow! take a look what it was like last night. you can take all this craziness and you gotta multiply it maybe by two, maybe by three because tonight could be even wilder than last night. the fans last night given their props, they were out of control, delirious, cheering, deafening. tim lincecum on the mound up against roy halladay. he just threw a no-hitter in the first playoff series. if you want to be part of all this, here's some advice on ticket buying. >> i think all you have to do is hang out for a little bit, wait until about the bottom of the first inning, and you'll be in
there for half price. >> the one you have to be careful, it was originally a valid ticket but the bar code has been disabled. so buying on the streets is somewhat dangerous. >> giants last night, a lot of heroes to talk about. pablo won, buster posey won. you can't forget about baumgartner. he didn't get the win. had to be taken out in the fifth inning. but you know what, he's 21. what were you doing when you were 21? were you pitching in a national league championship series. i didn't get the call. they weren't in it when i was 21. that's a different story completely. phils are gotta do it. their desperation is going to motivate them. 44,000 crazy fans. should be a classic. live at at&t, terry mcsweeney, abc 7 news. >> thank you, terry, for bringing up painful memories of the age of 21.
>> what were you doing when you were 21? not overachieving like the giants. >> oh, no. so let's check with mike for a look at the forecast. he was learning meteorology when he was 21. >> chance of showers, especially towards the latter innings. that's when is we could see one or two of those pop up. not a big deal. let's talk about what's going to happen today. temperatures still mid to upper 50s under a mostly cloudy sky. as we head towards noon, we'll start to see some of those clouds break. pockets of sunshine developing but notice the temperatures still pretty much upper 50s to low 60s. not going to see a big run-up in
temperatures today even with the sunshine. here's your accu-weather 7-day forecast. it will be even cooler tom but should be dry after stray showers in the morning. the rain looking very impressive for saturday and into sunday. a quarter to half inch around the bay, possibly up to an inch in the north bay and monday, tuesday and wednesday looks to be dry and a little warmer. megan has an accident update. here she is. >> we're following this injury motorcycle crash in antioch right now. it's at wilbur avenue and highway 160. right now westbound wilbur avenue is completely blocked off. we're also seeing slowing on westbound highway 4 through antioch. the drive time heading westbound from antioch into concord is about 21 minutes. a live look in san jose, this is 280 at the 17 overcrossing. no problems but we have a fog advisory in effect as you make your way through the santa cruz mountains on highway 17. allow some extra time there. eric, kristen. >> megan, thank you very much. it's 6:08.
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reinstated the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy less than one day after a lower court overturned it. yesterday a three-judge panel stayed a lower court's ruling banning the policy while the case makes its way through the appeals process. that means once again gays and lesbians are only allowed to serve in the military if they keep their sexual orientations private. groups now have until monday to file arguments in response to the court's ruling. >> toyota is issuing another major recall involving 1.5 million lexus, avalon and other models. they are recalling them to repair problems with the brake master cylinder seal and the fuel pump wiring. they have recalled 10 million cars and trucks worldwide over the last year for several problems including sticky gas pedals. today's recalls involve the 2005 through 2006 avalon. the 2004, 2006 highlander
s.u.v.'s and the gs and is sedans. >> an new organization calling itself the half moon bay surf group has won a permit to produce the surf contest at maverick. the new group represents the 24 big wig competitors and community members. the jump start group beat out maverick surf ventures. they had previously taken over the event from its founder and had produced it since 2004 but many complained it had become too corporate. >> those waves are all amazing to see, aren't they? >> yeah. >> mike promised he's going to tell us what the weather's going to be like for the game tonight. >> cloudy and pretty cool and breeze and a stray shower is possible as you get into the game. some of the latter parts of those innings. something we'll keep an eye on for you with live doppler 7 hd and let you know if the rain is headed that way. for now about 6:15 this morning.
cloud cover. we definitely see it but it hasn't opened to bring us any type of rain this morning. but it has kept temperatures up. much warmer than yesterday morning. los gatos around you 49. 51 redwood city, everyone else mid to upper 50s. oakland 60. clouds over the monterey bay and even inland gilroy and salinas and mid to upper 50s for you. temperatures haven't moved much over the last couple hours because of the cloud cover. we will punch some holes in that cloud cover thanks to the breezes. pockets of sunshine. not a completely overcast day. evening showers move in but the second push even more impressive with the weekend rain saturday and lesser extent on sunday. dries out right after the weekend. >> high pressure holding on right now but it's going to lose its grip as we head to the afternoon. that's why we have those chance of a showers during the evening and overnight hours. this next system very
impressive. that's going to bring us periods of rain saturday and sunday. today the big story, the clouds and also the cooler weather will be anywhere from about 3 to 8 degrees cooler than yesterday with mid to upper 60s in the south bay. 67 san jose. mid-60s with a partly sunny sky on the peninsula. cloudy along the coast and upper 50s for you. downtown south san francisco, sausalito, low to mid-60s with mid to upper 60s through the north bay valleys where it will be mostly cloudy today. mid-50s at your beaches. partly sunny on the east bay shore. richmond the cool spot at 62. the warmest castro valley, union city and fremont 65. partly sunny east bay valleys. mid to upper 60s. 56 danville, dublin, walnut creek and around the monterey bay and inland must 60s. as far as tonight goes, some left over showers for tomorrow's morning commute but mainly dry. mid to upper 50s for the rest of us. here at 5:00 you can see the storm knocking on the sonoma
county coast there and then moving in. you see by the time they getto ats park, it could be 10:00. latter parts of the game you may see a stray shower. we have pay stray shower tomorrow. look at saturday morning at 8:00 to saturday evening. look at the intensity of the rain. it picks up. a quarter to a half inch around the bay. they will be pulling those grapes rather quickly the next two days. as far as the temperatures even cooler over the weekend and warmer for monday, tuesday and wednesday. have a great day. here's megan. >> good morning. still following this injury motorcycle crash in antioch right now. the crash is westbound wilbur avenue right at highway 160. right now all of westbound wilbur is blocked off. there are several emergency crews on the scene. we are seeing some delays heading westbound on highway 4 through the antioch area. that means speeds are below 20
mph. westbound 4 from lone tree way to 242, that's 23 minutes. looking good through the altamont pass. about a half hour to make your way to 680. mass transit, no delays now but remember today at 10:21 in order to observe the great california shakeout, all bart trains will stop for one minute. let's go outside for a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. just a slight delay right to the end of that caltran parking lot. different from yesterday's compute. expect delays this evening if you're commuting anywhere near at&t park or along the peninsula for the president's visit. fosh the latest traffic updates, go to abc7news.com and click on the traffic link. eric? >> megan, thank you very much. it's 6:18 now. east bay bike riders will soon have more trails to ride on. the east bay is developing additional bike trails. it will allow the regional park
district to bridge gaps in the bay trail and iron horse trail. when work is completed, bicyclists can ride from brentwood to union city and berkeley to livermore. >> from adult halloween parties to the reunion of a rock and roll group, don sanchez has it all in what's hot? ♪ >> coming on the sounds of traditional and contemporary music and dance. the world premier friday night. >> they say when you chase them, they say chase! >> one of the sunniest shows i've seen. and brilliant. final weekend. ♪ >> neil young puts together a buffalo springfield reunion for a benefit which features elton john and more. two at calistoga at the
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team from chris cohan. the approval could come the first week of november. >> netflix is about to roll out a new way for customers to watch movies and tv shows. they plan to start offering online only subscriptions before the end of the year. that means all streaming, no dvd's by mail and lower subscription fees. $8 a month. officials expect the cost tock -- to be about the same in the u.s. >> 6:25. still ahead 6:30, the bizarre road race attack involving amachete. >> 8 million californians will be dropping to the floor and looking for something to hold on to this morning. it's called the great california shakeout. find out why even if you're not participating, this earthquake drill could affect you. >> the latest on our breaking news. the new update from the scene of a standoff and shoot-out between
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big increase from the previous week. we'll see how wall street is reacting in a live report from the new york stock exchange that's coming up in about 15 minutes. >> right now the latest on our breaking news from san jose where a neighborhood has been locked down and an officer injured in a shoot-out with a suspect. theresa garcia has been on the scene all morning long. theresa, what's the latest? >> the latest is that the suspect is still in that car refusing to come out. we have heard reports from police that he has called out or cried out help but he hasn't confirmed it's been shot and perhaps it's a ploy and more gunfire will be exchanged. we've seen a lot of swat officers arriving. we're said to not be further than that this corner. we're only a short two blocks away. this morning an officer was struck by bullets when the situation unfolded just after 4 a.m.. he was transported by ambulance after being hit by flying glass
shattered during an exchange of gunfire. the shots were first fired by the suspect when officers asked him to get out. it all began by 2 a.m. when san jose stopped the wanted suspect on an arrest warrant on attempted murder but he ran. two hours later they spotted his car on tampa and seminal ways. after dozens of rounds of bullets, the suspect still refusing to come out. >> the suspect is still currently in the vehicle. we've just done basic tactical operations, started setting up containment evacuating some folks. this is an ongoing event. >> and they have definitely seen a weapon they say in his lap. at some point he has shaken his head no. they're not sure he's injured but in this massive exchange of gunfire his car was certainly hit so it's likely that case. they have evacuated about 15 residents in the surrounding
area there on the corners of team and seminole ways. we've seen multiple helicopters up ahead but can't quite identify whether they're law enforcement and/or media. but quite a debacle for residents that can't get to work or school this morning. you have a two or three-block radius that has been shut off. we're staying on it. we'll bring you more details as the morning carries on. theresa garcia, abc 7 news. >> theresa, thank you. >> a man under arrest accused of using a machete in a parking lot in the santa cruz mountains yesterday. a 38-year-old man attacked a 35-year-old scott valley man with a machete injuring his finger. chp officers happened to be nearby and arrested the suspect at gunpoint after first trying to subdue him with a taser.
>> berkeley police announce an arrest in a string of armed robberies we told you about last week. police say three used a shotgun to rob people last wednesday in north berkeley. they were arrested based on information from a similar robbery in north oakland. >> san francisco police officers will get training how to handle dogs when they're out on a call. the training comes after a recent incident in oakland when police there shot and killed a family dog while responding to a burglary call. police will get tips on canine body language and signs of animal trouble and try to avoid it. they will consider how pepper spray and nonlethal methods can be used when with a dangerous dog. >> helping victims of the san bruno fire, families and businessless affected by the september 9th natural gas explosion will get relief funds and be allowed to get tax
write-offs. a $70,000 property tax exemption for people that lost homes. damaged homes will get reassessed at a lower value and some allowses for lost homes and businesses and individuals will be allowed. the state will provide relief funds until that investigation determines who's responsible for the fire. the fire killed eight people and leveled the neighborhood where it occurred. >> don't be alarmed if you hear sirens this morning. cities statewide will test their emergency sirens as part of the great california shakeout. that's one of the things you can expect to see happen exactly 10:21 this morning. jenelle wang joins us on what's going to be the biggest earthquake drill in u.s. history. >> it will happen exactly 10:21. 8 million people have signed up to participate in the statewide preppedness drill. even if you aren't taking part,
you could be affected. universities and local hospitals are taking part which will stage more elaborate exercises. it comes as earthquake experts just released this handbook on emergency management for state transportation agencies. it was exactly 21 years ago this week when the earthquake hit paralyzing commuters. roads and highways buckled, a section of the bay bridge collapsed. since then major structures have been greatly improved. we could still lose functionality. but we should not given the work that they've done see the kind of catastrophic failure that occur on the structure. >> the eastern span is set to open in three years. it's state of the art and strong enough to withstand the largest earthquake. the key thing to remember if a earthquake hits is drop, cover and hold on. if you can't get under something, stay low and protect your head and neck with your arms. and, remember, quakes can also trigger tsunami. if you're near a beaches during a earthquake, move to higher
ground as soon as the shaking stops. >> thanks, jenelle. the drill, my daughter was out in the sun for quite a long time. but this should be different. >> should be. and maybe a possibility of rain at the ball game. >> slight chance of a shower, especially towards the end of the game. good morning to you. it's game five and here's your forecast. it's going to be cloudy, breezy, temperatures mid-50s. it will be cooler than the last couple games. especially when that sun sets at 6:24. showers light and quick if you even get one. probably won't even delay the game. let's talk about what's happening now. on this thursday morning. look at the low to mid-50s the north bay valleys. also menlo park, mountain view, san jose, livermore. upper 50s concord and oakland. these temperatures just about everywhere but the peninsula and south bay. much warmer, 8 degrees warmer.
5, napa, 2 in novato. even with that warmer start, the cloud cover's going to keep our temperatures down. still 50s and 60s with mostly cloudy conditions by 8:00. by noon holes in the sunshine but temperatures in the 50s. may squeak out a few 60s in the east bay valleys where we'll see the sunshine first. by 4:00 all of us low to mid-60s under a partly sunny to mostly cloudy sky. accu-weather seven-day forecast. the best chance of rain will actually be over the weekend, especially saturday afternoon and evening through sunday morning. and then monday, tuesday and wednesday we'll see decreasing clouds, decreasing wind speeds and a little bit warmer weather. good morning, megan. how's the bay bridge? >> we have metering lights on and the toll plaza to around that 880 overcrossing. about a 15-minute delay heading into san francisco. the east shore freeway, a live look at interstate 80. it's crowded heading through the berkeley area. headlights moving westbound.
right now the drive time from the carquinez bridge to the maze about 22 minutes. commuting through san jose, let's get a live look. 280 at the 17 overcrossing. traffic moving nicely. no problems in the downtown san jose area but allow extra time if you're commuting through the santa cruz mountains. chp has issued a fog advisory with low visibility and road work, the ramp to highway 9 is closed from highway 17 until 7:00. let's check out our maps -- oh! let's get a look at int state 80 through the berkeley area. traffic is moving bumper to bumper right here. this is interstate 80 approaching the maze. do expect delays as you're making your way westbound approaching the maze and heading towards the bay bridge. eric, kristen? >> megan, thank you. it's 6:38. >> trading underway on wall street. a live report from the new york stock exchange straight ahead. here's a live look at the big board. the dow up 54 points. >> plus the tech legend who's about to invest millions in
hopes of defeating ballot propositions. >> the latest on the presidential visit that could tie up traffic all along the peninsula today and tomorrow. what mr. obama will be doing while he's here and what it's going to take for you to catch a glimpse of him. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live at at&t park where the question is can the freak, the franchise finish the phillies. they're fantastic. i'll have
showers, even heavy ones at time at 65. scattered showers tahoe, 59. more so yosemite at 71 and rain it likely around l.a. and san diego, upper 60s with showers palm springs and 75. the quiet weather in the central valley with low to mid-70s. here's kristen. >> it's 6:43. president obama will be in the bay area today but the public won't get a chance to see him. mr. obama was in port land last night as part of his four-day marathon on behalf of democratic candidates. he arrives at 3:00 today and will campaign for harris. he heads to palo alto for a fund-raiser at a home. the price of admission runs as high as $30,000. while you may not see the president, he could have an impact on your commute tonight and tomorrow. drivers are warned that traffic could be halted in any area the
motorcade is moving through. president obama's much-criticized bank bailout program known as tarp is getting good news. an analysis found the bailout has generated $25 billion in profits for u.s. taxpayers in the last two years. the analysis also found two-thirds of the loans made to ailing banks and financial institutions have been paid back to put the profits in perspective, the interest paid on tarp loans is enough to fund the security and exchange commission fosh the next two decades. based on the agency's current budget. >> a new poll shows jerry brown pulling ahead in the governor's race. the public policy institute found that 44% of likely voters support brown. the two candidates were in a virtual tie last month. brown has seen a surge in latino support after whitman's former housekeeper announced she had been treated like "garbage"
after the former ceo found she was an illegal immigrant. barbara boxer has 43% against boxer 38%. they'll vote yes on prop 19. that's to legalize marijuana. this poll has a margin of error of 3.5%. >> bill gates has come out against proposition 23, the ballot initiative that would have push back the warming law. he donated $73,000 to the committee. he joins officials like those from google and intel in financially opposing the measure. if prop 23 is approved, it would likely suspend the global warnings solution act for many years to come. the oil industry is backing it. if it's defeeted, the climate change law is scheduled to take effect in 2012. one other election note.
abc 7 is sponsoring a debate for state school chief. we'll stream is live at abc7news.com at 11 a.m.. and you can see it here on abc 7 sunday, also at 11 a.m. >> 6:46 now. e-bay beats the street and colgate is accused of stealing a toothpaste recipe. jane with more. hi, jane. >> hello, eric and kristen. think about toothpaste and recipes. an interesting story. looks like those cuts in fees that e-charges is actually helping the bottom line. the company also benefiting from more consumers making purchases online and using pay pal. the e-website, the e-commerce website better than expected shares there. higher overall here with the markets today, the dow, s & p and nasdaq all trading in positive territory. and the bloomberg silicon valley
index is trading up about 1%. mattel's popular american girl dolls about to face tough competition. toys r us introducing their own lines of dolls. these are priced between 30 and 50 bucks. analysts tell bloomberg most seem to be looking for a cheaper alternate american girl doll. they set you back $95 each. there's a dispute between the u.s. and india of an herbal toothpaste. it says colgate patented a powder that they have been selling is to millions in india. india says the patent is bogus. they say the ingredients have been used in their culture for the same purpose for hundreds of years. colgate called this recipe ground-breaking. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news. >> did you say black pepper? >> i did. (laughter) >> in toothpaste.
>> hey, you know. does a really good job of cleaning. (laughter) >> all right, jane, thank you very much. >> thanks! >> san jose mayor chuck reid wants to block retirement bonuses to city retirees in a projected $2 billion shortfall in the pension system. sending a 13th check in years when investments do well. the city gave most workers that benefit in 1986 and 2001. a white led by the mayor has asked the city council to consider the proposal next week. a lawsuit against a san francisco-based gay developer for privacy violations. zinga makes the popular farmville application. they accuse them of sharing information from facebook.com users with advertisers. apps have been transmitting personal info.
zinga has not commented on the lawsuit. >> looking for a little rain? that is coming, mike. >> yeah. especially the north bay tasz lot of grapes over the weekend. may have a stray shower after the game tonight, especially as we get deep into the 7th, 8th and 9th innings. let's talk about what's happening. cloudy from ballmer peak back towards san francisco. let's talk temperatures. it is pretty mild this morning with the cloud cover. mid to upper 50s everywhere except los gatos about 50 degrees. the monterey bay and inland cloudy and mid to upper 50s. we will see some sunshine from time to time today and the possibility of scattered evening showers. the weekend rain looking even more impressive than yesterday and as soon as the weekend ends, that's when the dry weather rolls back in. as far as our 24 hour temperature change, san francisco 61 again today. oakland 1 degree cooler, concord and santa rosa 4.
fremont will lose about 5 degrees. everybody in the 60s. start in the east bay valleys until you get to brentwood, about 70. probably one of the warmest spots around the bay. low to mid-60s throughout the east bay shore. partly sunny over the south bay with mid to upper 60s. los gatos, campbell and san jose at 67 degrees. mid-60s with a partly sunny sky in the peninsula. south san francisco, sausalito low to mid-60s and mostly cloudy. the thickest clouds over the north bay in the afternoon. mid to upper 60s for you and only 50s at your beaches. partly sunny monterey bay and inland with mid to upper 60s. tonight cloudy conditions, a stray shower left over possible. low 50s in the north bay valleys, mid to upper 50s for the rest of us. here's how the system plays out. 5:00 starting to see some of those showers get close to the sonoma county coast. by 10:00, 11:00, you can see them moving in and falling apart
as they do. this cold front would wash out as it moves through. that's why it's a stray shower possible for the morning commute. then mainly cloudy on friday. look as we head into saturday morning, 8:00 light rain developing. it becomes more widespread and more intense saturday and evening. up to an inch of rain up in sonoma county. about a quarter to half inch for the rest of us. seven-day forecast, cooler over the weekend with that rain. temperatures 50s and 60s and monday, tuesday and wednesday we will see decreasing clouds, slower wind speeds and slightly warmer weather. wanted to share some pictures with you. this is silas huckaby. i wasn't sure to show this. i understand what they're doing, but he kind of looks like hannibal lector. >> oh, no! he doesn't have to wear a bib.
>> kind of creeped me out when i first saw it. he's cute. thank you very much, everybody, for sending in your photos how you're celebrating the giants. you can upload your giants fan photos and video or e-mail us. go giants! and go traffic, megan! >> i don't have anything too positive. we are following this injury motorcycle crash in the antioch area. actually at wilbur avenue and highway 160. right now westbound wilbur avenue is completely blocked off. check out this. we have jammed traffic as you make your qua westbound on highway 4 towards the concord area. let's get a check of drive time to see exactly how long that commute will take you from lone tree way to 242. that's 24 minutes. allow at least a half hour to make your way westbound through the altamont pass from 205 to
680. from the carquinez bridge to the maze, that's almost a half hour as well. taking mass transit, no delays to be reported but do be aware today at 10:21 in conjunction with the great california shakeout, all bart trains will stop for one minute. let's go outside now for a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are on. we have a backup right to that west grand overcrossing. about a 15-minute delay heading into san francisco. for the latest traffic updates, go to our website at abc7news.com. click on the traffic link. eric? >> megan, thank you very much. it's 6:53 now. san francisco's skyscraper man goes on trial next month. dan goodman faces charges in connection of his climb up one of san francisco's tallest buildings last month, the millennium tower. he did it to show how vulnerable they are to a terrorist attack. he's a cancer survivor and wanted to draw attention to the disease. his rational however has not
convinced authorities. he faces charges of trespassing, being a public nuisance and resisting police. >> a tense scene in an east san jose neighborhood right now. the area is locked down and a officer injured after a shoot-out with a suspect. >> theresa? >> we've been listening to the discussion. he is moving his legs. they've seen him try to move his hand and not have too much strength. it sounds like he's definitely been hit during this exchange of gunfire. we saw the flurry of action and they put out a huge citywide call for help. >> we would consider this to be a pretty much full tactical callout at this point. we're trying to take this individual who is obviously armed and has he can changed gunfire with an officer into custody as safely and quickly as
possible. >> one officer was hurt and he was transported by ambulance after being hit by flying glass shattered after that exchange of gunfire. when the officers asked him to get out, this was around 4 a.m. but earlier around 2 a.m. san jose police initially tried stopping that wanted suspect on an arrest warrant of attempted murder. they spotted his car later on seminole way. the suspect has refused to get out. you have neighbors in this area, about 15 being evacuated. others finally we've been seeing some leaving to school and to work as well. a tense situation. swat keeping their eye on him and could be a situation that lasts for several hours on the east side of san jose. for other top stories, let's join theresa garcia in san francisco. terry? >> good morning to you, theresa. here at at&t park tonight the san francisco giants can take another step towards making history by winning their first
world series. it starts tonight. take a look at the fans out here last night as the giants made it a 3-1 best of seven series lead over the philadelphia phillies. fans out of control. another sellout out here louder than the night before and tonight it's going to be deafening. the giants jumped out ahead by two. it was tide. giants up by one, tied again. giants win in the 9th with juan hitting a sacrifice fly. so many heroes. pose sis, baumgartner, wilson. pulling all the right leave vers. r rowen, haven't heard from him in a while. tonight tim lincecum against roy halladay. and if he can bet halladay like he did in game one, the giants are on to the world series. they've been in the world series before, 2002, '89 and '62. have never won it.
if they win tonight, we're gonna find out. terry mcsweeney, abc 7 news. >> certainly will. >> final check on weather and traffic. mike? >> let's take a look at that forecast for the nlc championship. we're talking about game 5. 4:57 today. increasing clouds, a chance of showers in the 9th inning. seven-day forecast. talking about temperatures, that will be mid to upper 60s. scattered showers tonight through tomorrow morning, heavier rain saturday and sunday. megan. >> thanks, mike. metering lights are on. west grand overcrossing. be on the lookout for a motorcycle crash in antioch westbound wilbur avenue is completely blocked off at highway 160. >> thank you for joining us for the abc 7 morning news. >> we'll be back for a local update at 7:22. join us for the midday news today at 11:00.
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