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>> shocking attack caught on camera. local student with c p brutally beaten and drone from his wheelchair by the school staffer supposed to protect him that. security officer now faces child abuse charges from police and tonight the school district is taking action as well. good evening. >> 7 news reporter has the story. alan? >>reporter: this is what happened when an oakland high school security officer snapped and attacked a student in a wheelchair. >> the fact that it happened to a student would has cerebral palsy only compounds the damage and how awful this incident is. >>reporter: on may 19, around 9:00 a.m. 2 security officers were urging several lingering stawbts to go to class. schools official say the student either refused or wasn't moving fast enough.
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23-year-old security guard mitchell began to push the student chair. student slaps mitchell hands so mitchell handcuffs him and continues to wheel him until the student spit ins his face. that's when mitchell starts punching the student. >> we acknowledge that there was a small physical exchange prior to the security officer essentially flipping out and attacking the student. but nothing that even remotely could justify what occurred. >>reporter: oakland high principal apologized to the school community in a letter this incident not reflective of the wild of culture we cherish at our school or how we treat one another. mitchell is charged with felony child abuse and release from jail 4 days later. the school district said he passed a criminal background check but now it will give security officers more training to de-escalate and diffuse misbehavior. in oakland, abc 7 news. new at 11:00. facebook ceo zuckerberg pledge 120 million
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dollars to school in low income community in the bay area. he an his wife pediatrician made the nouns in the meantime letter to the san jose mercury news. he said the money will come through the start up education fund and first 5 mile to good to put compute computers in classroom and increase connection in mid peninsula district and san francisco as well. >> tomorrow is one weak since 6 uc barbara students lost their 35's mad man. 3 of them grew up in the bay area. tonight anti-gun message led by rapper who has had a number of run-ins with the law himself. tiffany explains, snoop dogg was joined by mc hammer and gentlemen montana in a call for change tiffany. >> it was the group of political officials very eclectic but united by one thing. the desire to stop gun violence. no pain matches that of a child lost. >> pain is astronomical.
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>>reporter: tonight snoop dogg and mc hammer joe montana and other role model from the bay area gather to prevent other moms from suffering her grief. a message snop snoop dogg first dlvrd in a song. t.message the rapper admits took him years to understand. snoop dogg acquitted of murder in 1996. his most recent arrest was 8 years ago. >> i made my mistake but i have green and learned you know. i don't feel like guns are necessary. >>reporter: he wants others to realize guns can escalate situation to the point of no ruvrnlt it take a hood to save the hood knows it too well. she lost her son and recently her nephew. >> my nephew just got killed three days ago. only 19. >>reporter: she believes celebrity role model make a difference. >> mc hammer all of them. >>reporter: tonight event planned most ago but the tragedy at santa barbara renew the resolve to fight for
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changes on capitol hill. >> let's change some law. powerful but i captain believe that all of america couldn't change that around. >> our kids can't go to school and l feel safe then we have problems. >> reality is we need more men women to stand up and say enough is enough. >> we have seen dozens of school shootings since columbine. together this group hopes not one more. in san francisco, tiffany wilson abc 7 news. >> santa barbara county sheriff's releasing new information tonight on that well fair check of killer elliott roger in the uc santa barbara killings this as we hear more from people who gnaw roger. >> elliott fooled everyone for a very, very long time. >>reporter: roger family friend simon spoke on gma this morning about the 2-year-old who wept on the deadly ramp passenger friday night. >> i thought he was loneliest person i have ever seen in my
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life. >>reporter: he was so anti-social one of his former roommates moved out early. chris rug says well before the attack he saw roger as potentially violent. >> my first feeling was wow! he actually did it. >>reporter: with comments like that, there are more questions as to why he wasn't stopped beforehand? sheriff's office said today when deputy perform the welfare check on april 30 they asked about the reported distshing video on lichbility roger said they were way to express himself having trouble fitting in. as for the retribution video the manifesto the department says it became aware of them about an hour after the rampage. >> memorial held tonight for george chen one of the 3 bay area victims stabbed to death by elliott roger. vij held at lee lapped high school in san jose where chen graduated two years ago. hundreds of people turn out to pay respect to chen and his family. his mother spoke to the crowd tonight
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calling for an end to violence. >> i pray 5 pray that if there will be an end of killing innocence and has to be an end. >>reporter: haven't ended with one of george's favorite songs called love and care for all. well we now know that a memorial service for david wong will be held on sunday. it will be at 5:00 o'clock at the harbor light church in free month. we will have of course continuing coverage on the story on air and on line. our reporting continues now on twitter at abc 7 news bay area. >> update to story we first brought you on abc 7 news app 5 ramp connecting 92 with two 80 is back open tonight after a big rig overturned crashing through a guard rail. sky 7 hd overhead tonight and you can see the truck was dangling over the overpass. crew were able to right the truck and tow it
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away. >> sacramento woman says a lesson she learned as child helped save the life, save her life during a bear attack. she grew up hearing that you should play dead during a bear attack. she did just that when bear mauled her at military base in alaska. she was jogging and had gotten separate from her husband when she saw the bear and 2 cub. then the bear attacked. >> she picked me up put me on the or side of the road and she basically lash me bit me whatever she did. tell paused looking around look at the cub. i don't know. i think thinks pretty much how i'm going to die. >>reporter: she says the attack lasted several minutes and she was conscious the entire time. she suffered neck fractures and laceration to her neck arms and legs. the attorney for the dodgers says giants fan brian stowe partially responsible for starting the fight that left him permanently disable. stowe
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was beaten by 2 dodger fans outside dodger stadium on opening day in 2011. earlier this year those men were sentenced to prison. stowe is suing the dodgers and former team owner claiming the team did not provide enough security that day. but the team says it employed the largely east opening day security force in its history. stowe mother says the 2 men who were drunk should have been kicked out earlier. >> i do hold the dodgers responsible for not having proper security f.if they had removed those two gentlemen at the 2nd inning, we wouldn't be sitting here today. >>reporter: stowe is 45. his attorney says caring for him for the rest of his life could cost 50 million dollars. >> hidden cash movement going globe. after can i going off last week in the bay area the twitter if he number no hidden cash moved to l.a. leaving envelope of cash for a new crowd. now there are copycat twitter accounts and cash give away in india, uk and around
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the world. and that is the original just fichbility he says the goal is to continue courage others who are successful to give back. >> what a frenzy that caused. realizeship mavened but special bond remains. come up next. life changing sacrifice one local man made for his ex girlfriend. story you will see only on abc 7 news. >> bus driver hailed as hero for an unscheduled stochlt precious cargo he recovered on the route all caught on camera. >> and how do you spell historic? unusual finish for the national spelling bee that hasn't happened for more than 50 year years. >> 7 news meteorologist sandhya after being away for a few days. guess what is showing u up. it's the fog. i'll let you know how much this is going to play into the morning and weekend coming up but first here's jimmy kimmel. >> quick preview of what we are up to tonight. the. >> here we good and 3, 2, 1.
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gridlteacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he be speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education. now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. democrat john perez for controller.
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>> north bay woman is about to get a life saving gift from some one you might consider an unlikely person to come to her rescue. her ex. and he's not giving her money. he's giving her a kidney. wayne has the story you will see only on 7 news. >> it has been said that to succeed in music performer needs to write what he knows and sing what he feels. for daniel of rohnert park it has been a winding road. one that includes sabrina and the daughter they had together named hope. just one mileage marker in relationship that
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never quite worked out. >> i wanted to settle down and get married. >> i wanted to follow my dream. >> he wanted to travel and do his music. >>reporter: only mutual history and responsibility of co-parenting he kept them together otherwise they were far from a perfect match. or so they thought. >> i'm the medicine she needs so. >>reporter: in a secretive sense because a year and a half ago she became sick. kidney failed and needed dialysis. put her name on a long list for transplant donor and got lucky. one twist. >> i thought that we were perfect match all the way through it. everything has gone perfect and well it was kind of miracle. >>reporter: with a bonus. >> they said because we had a child together that i had no antibodies against him. >>reporter: next tuesday they will go to ucsf for surgery followed by long recovery to make that happen daniel had to give up a national tour that
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may have been the biggest brick of his music career. >> end result is this is more important way more important. >>reporter: ironic isn't it? >> hurts so bad ♪ thinking about all the times that we have had ♪ . >>reporter: he sacrifice a relationship for music and now music for a life. in petaluma a, wayne, abc 7 news. >> what a story that is. >> here's another one. bus driver makes unscheduled stop and ends up being a hero. this is video from camera on the bus in other gochbility you can see the driver spots a little boy on the side of the road walking near a businessy intersection. driver stopped to check on the boy who was airing only a diaper and t-shirt as you can see. called police and brought the boy on to the bus and gave him hot chocolate and cookie while they waited for social worker. police say the little boy slipped out of his house while his father was sleeping. >> scary. >> unusual out come tonight griffin -- scripts national
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spelling bee. >> we already tried that. so for tonight you have to share. you are co-champion of the scripps national spelling bee. [applause]. >> after exhausting the 25 designated championship words they declared a tie for the first time since 1962. both boys will receive trophy and 3 33,000 dollars in cash and prizes. bay area competitor 14-year-old girl from cupertino only made it through the second round of tonight's finals but that is still fan takes ticket she did great. >> yes she did. pretty good. can you spell weather w-e-a-t-h-e-r- >> sandhya has the latest for us. >> so easy. those words the kids have to spell are so much more difficult. >> amazing >> proud of them. let's look at time lapse east bay hells camera. sundown 8:24 p.m. and it was clear all day long until l right around sunset. we have the high thin
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whiskey clouds. beautiful view as you notice there but didn't have fog when the sun went dow down. so much has changed since then. look at live doppler 7hd we have some gray showing up along the coast lean. fog is dropping the visibility right now. half moon bay right around 4 miles. we have fog pushing towards the bay now. from the sutro tower cam are san francisco is in and out of this fog so you have to deal with it tomorrow morning 52 in san francisco. 56 in oakland and 59 san jose. 52 in half machine bay another view from the exploring camera with low clouds surrounding the transamerica pyramid. low 50's for santa rosa, napa 55 currently 60 degree ins livermore and if flying away for the weekend, on vacation or taking a business trip, just be aware that sfo might have delay tomorrow morning. foggy ago the coast and bay in the morning. cooler in the afternoon and it is a drizzly
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start to your weekend. not going to end that way don't worry. satellite and radar. there's trough that is deepening bring us a change in the forecast for friday. it's going to be cooler. the morning will begin with quit a bit of fog along the coast an even in over parts of the bay right now we are just seeing some patchy fog and few high clouds going through. morning commute will definitely be open the gray side and cooler for all areas for friday. today high made it up into the low 60's to upper 80's. watch what you will see on the accu-weather 7 day forecast. morning will start out cool. mid 40's to mid 50's. bundled up when you leaf home. kids need light jacket. will see the fog around visibility may poor during the drive. take the ferry in across the bay. back towards san francisco. definitely be dealing with the gray skies. tomorrow afternoon sun high clouds in the south bay. 75 degrees san jose. 67 santa cruz. 74 in cupertino. upper 70's morgan hill gilroy on the peninsula mild day 71
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redwood city. 74 los altos cool along the coast where the fog is going to hang around only upper 50's downtown san francisco 6259 in the sun set district and in the north bay this is summer for the bay area we get preview of it upper 50's coast side where you will seat fog. mid 70's santa rosa napa 72 in vallejo. head out to the east bay mid 60's berkeley oakland 68 newark 71 castro valley inland spots you are not quite in the mid to upper 80's tomorrow mostly 70. concord livermore accu-weather 7 day forecast more fog saturday morning some drizzle temperatures will be cholesterol to friday level then we see a slate recovery sunday. really minor up and down for the rest of next week. how about 60's to 80's. >> how about it i like it. >> i don't have any refund. >> thanks sand yaichlt let's talk a little giants baseball tonight. >> larry here with that.
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>> it's got to be the shoes. it's the shoes for pablo. it's the boot. the boot. magical boot. working again. sports boot. working again. sports is
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right here.
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my parents were immigrants. and they taught me that with hard work, anything is possible. i earned a scholarship to mit. and worked across party lines to get things done. i'm alex padilla. i'll protect voting rights for everyone. and make it easier to start a business. so we create jobs and opportunity for all californians. what should we order? (announcer) alex padilla. secretary of state.
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st. >> good evening. pablo has been on fire the past few week for the giants. key apparently is the lucky cowboy boot he puts on every day. which belong to pitcher madison. they are now must wear fashion accessory. we are all getting
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them. the boots are made for walk. giants down in the sixth. panda deep. this is right-handed. he has at least one rbi and 9 straight games. that tie it at 3 appease he loves his boots. giants score three times in the eighth. michael home interthe second. 2 run score. giants have won 7 of 8. 6-final best in baseball 35 of 19. a and tiger 4th inning here it comes and there it goes. rare blast of power. a lead for the a's trouble in the seventh. 3-2 detroit. jo than son a double to martinez. home fan rain down a chorus of boo on johnson demoted closer. 5-2 tigers. score 2 in the ninth but fall short here open grounder by jed. 5-4 final frustrated i don't know son after the game. >> i don't know what to tell you. ball are finding hole.
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throwing pretty good pitches. just feel i'm having a little bit of bad luck. it's not as bad as it seems but everybody else thinks that way. >> play off first thunder game. this is talent. hold on. this is talent also. west brack with authority. leonard. 21 for west brook. san antonio had 6 players with 12 or more points. man 0. and duncan leading the way with 22. spurs win with a 3-2 series lead. so how does curry really feel about the firing of jackson. warriors best play on old coach and new one that's
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count these days. tanr that's why they have lots of ways for you to save. real big club card deals, the safeway app and gas rewards. this week, large, red seedless grapes are just $1.99 a pound.
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foster farms fresh whole chickens are only 99 cents a pound. and gatorade is just $3.99 an 8-pack. there's more savings to love... at safeway. ingredients for life. >> listen to curry for a few minutes and it's clear he wishes the warriors would have kept jackson as head coach. he's cautiously optimistic about steve koour. he got the award for the charitable work off the court and then talked about jackson. >> no sugar coating it. it was a weird he expedited situation that we didn't see coming. gu guys have to be able to adjust to it and have time to respond. so that's kind of what happened. i think tell it will be fine once we have a clear picture of what's going on next year. >> to the ice game 6 rangers canadians king henry. lund
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quist with 18 saves. rob thomas with the block. tell only one goal. scored by moore. third of the play offs. rangers advance to the cup final for the first time in 20 years. the blackhawk or king 1 nothing the fichbility long time for the new york t
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teacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he be speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education.
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now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. democrat john perez for controller.
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>> we are out of time thanks for watching. >> 7 news continues now on line on twitter facebook and local device was our 7 news app. next newscast is at 4:30 tomorrow morning. >> but writ now on jimmy kimmel actress sandra o. that's next.
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actress sandra o. that's next. we appreciate your time. >> dickey: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- sandra oh -- "science bob" pflugfelder -- this week in unnecessary censorship -- and music from boy george with cleto and the cletones. and now, after all's been said and done, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming.


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