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that breaking news is from the east bay where the search for one of the two inmates who escaped from a south bay jail nearly a week ago is over tonight. good evening, and thank you for joining us. >> i'm ama daetz. >> we first told you about the news in the last hour. >> news reporter katie marzullo is live at the santa clara jail with the breaking details. >> reporter: ama, dan, escaped inmate laron campbell is back in custody tonight. a source tells me he was taken into custody, captured in antioch without incident tonight. the county sheriff's office confirming he will be brought back here to the santa clara county main jail. today, search everts focused on rogelio chavez. there was a large scale operation in east san jose. >> i think about two days ago. >> reporter: this trailer after
a s.w.a.t. operation is parked in front of tien vu's home on inmanway. >> i saw two gentlemen. they say it belong to their friends, but i was, that's why we didn't ask further. we were concerned. >> reporter: he was worried they were parked illegally. he never imagined the s.w.a.t. team would be looking for's caped inmate. >> targeting various high value targets associates of chavez. so the search continues. >> reporter: it turned out there was no one inside the trailer but the thought of an escape the inmate in their midst put neighbors like elizabeth cerna on edge. >> it is scary. >> reporter: her aunt was baby-sitting her 1-year-old daughter nearby. >> they said there's a man from the jail break possibly could be him. i freaked out and left work right away. >> reporter: most of the search operations have been related to rogelio chavez. authorities just missed him at
the days inn in gilroy sunday night but arrested emily vaca they say was helping chavez. we have learned that the sheriff's office has planned a news conference for late tomorrow morning at which time they'll release more details what led to the capture of laron campbell. abc7 news. thank you. developing news in san francisco. there was a tragedy under the big top tonight. a crew member with cirque du solei's luzzia show was killed during rehearsal tonight. >> abc7 joins us live from at&t park with the developing story. >> reporter: i learned in the last 15 minutes or so from cirque du solei it was a technician who was hit by a lift before the show started. they would not confirm his name pending notification from next of kin. ticket holders got this flyer upon arrival. >> you get an e-mail for $40,
automatically get refunded if you want to come back. >> reporter: the staff tried to quickly spread the word to ticket holders that tonight's 8:00 p.m. show was cancelled. little was shared, just that a technician was hurt at around 6:30. sources tell us the man may have been hit in the ahead with an object which caused severe trauma. >> i'm in shock. i'm in shock like sitting here. i don't want to drive yet because i can't even believe this happened, that somebody in this show was injured. >> reporter: the official spectacle arrived in san francisco earlier this month and runs through the end of january. some crew members told me canceling a show is rare. ticket holders were given the option to get a full refund or reschedule for a later date. fans were disappointed but understanding. >> we always like to come to these smoepz they're entertaining and you know, they're good shows. that's too bad. i hope everything turns out. >> reporter: cal osha has been notified.
lisa amin ga lesion, abc7 news. new at 11:00, there was a scare tonight at san francisco's metreon evacuated as police searched for a gunman. officers responded to a call of man who possibly had a gun. they found a gun at the scene. a man was acting erratically inside the theater and pulled out a gun. police in the north bay are investigate agassault involving members of a high school football team. it the incident involving multiple players happened at napa high school where we find cornell bernard live tonight. >> reporter: police and school officials saying little about this assault case involving members of the football team. at least one parent here at the school wants to know why she wasn't notified after it happened. >> are our children here? this parent is learneded about an assault which happened at napa high school involving members of the football team serious enough for napa police
to investigate. >> members of the napa high football team were assaulting other teammates. grabbing them and basically holding them down. >> reporter: police won't say if there was a hazing incident or comment on any injuries suffered. it was first reported on november 19th. >> they will notify you for everything else. but not for this? >> reporter: mar sa sandoval believes one player suffered the worst of the misconduct. >> the school has not notified the us or haven't told us of the people who sawed this young man have been arrested. are they still in class with my daughter? >> we want to em fa stiz that health and safety of our kids are our prime concern. >> reporter: the napa valley unified school district now doing its own investigation. >> they're talking with football players, coaches, staff, they want to know exactly what happened. >> reporter: so far no disciplinary action against players has been taken and no arrests have been made. cornell bernard, abc7 news.
it's official. the warriors are headed to san francisco. today the state court of appeals upheld the city's environmental impact report. the warriors are ready to begin construction next year and open in 2019. >> this is a nearly universally beloved idea. it's going to be reality. and it's time to get moving with it. >> the group opposing the project promises to keep fighting in a statement saying we believe that the proposed warriors arena would result in blocked access to ucsf hospitals, dangerous air pollution and track gridlock throughout the community. and while the warriors are leaving in the next two weeks, oakland will vote on a plan that could keep the raiders in town. abc7 news was at city hall today as council members it discussed the project in a closed-door session. they'll vote on it one week from tomorrow. if approved, they'll vote with the full council the following week. it was a rough ride home for hundreds of b.a.r.t. passengers. take a look at the packed
platform at the montgomery street station. b.a.r.t. plame blamed the delay on the ideally city line because of an equipment problem on the track. they're back on schedule. turning to the weather, sandy patel is tracking some showers with live doppler 7. >> sandhya? >> we'll show you where the system is. it's up to the north which is why you're not seeing is the cloud cover up north. raining up north. mountains getting snow. the system will slide south into the bay area. it's a light system. scattered showers tomorrow .1 or less. breezy at the coastline. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow start of the commute, still looking fine. as we head to about 8:00 a.m., the north bay is seeing is showers also along the san mateo coast. going from isolated to scattered in nature, 10:00 a.m. north bay. noontime becoming a little bit more widespread heading into the east bay and the san francisco enpen. hour by hour forecast is coming
up in the full accuweather forecast. >> sandhya, thanks so much. a union city man is in custody after a standoff. maur io martinez faces kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon charges. abc7 was on railroad avenue as he surrendered peacefully. it started this morning after a woman called 911 whispering she needed help. the woman later told police she had been held hostage by her ex-boyfriend for two days. a police pursuit ended in a crash in the east bay and three of the suspects were injured. sky 7 was over north oakland where police say the driver of a stolen green honda slammed into a parked car and another vehicle. the driver of that vehicle was not hurt. the stolen car may have been involved in an arm robbery. three people took off running from the crash. police tell us all three are teenage boys. coming up on abc7 news at 11:00, wall of flames. the terrifying ride to escape
the fire causing so much devastation in tennessee tonight. >> and mitt romney dines with a man he called a phony and fraud. >> toxic mushrooms. the new warning for anyone who visits popular parks in the east bey. >> first here's a look what's coming up up tonight on jimmy kimmel live. >> look what we did tonight. >> are they possessed? >>
watch this closely now. what this is is a terrifying ride to escape the flames of a wildfire in ten. it engulfed two tourist towns. the fires are blamed for three diegos and have destroyed hundreds of homes. firefighters arefation strong wind gusts tonight. prain is expected tomorrow. that will certainly help. some have orders have now been lifted. as you can see, it is truly a con flag tlags. isis claims the attacker who wounded 11 people at ohio state university was a soldier in its army. abdul artan plowed his car into a crowd, then attacked them with a butcher knife being shot and killed by police officers. isis says he heeded appeals to
strike in the u.s. though did not suggest the group had been in direct contact with him. tonight, donald trump dined with former presidential candidate mitt romney, now a top candidate for secretary of state. they were joined by chief of staff to be reince brie priebus at trump's hotel in manhattan. earlier this year, he called donald trump childish which led to back and forth. witnesses said there didn't appear to be any animosity tonight. he praised the president elect after the meeting. > i've been impressed about the transition effort. the people he selected as members of his cabinet are solid, effective capable people. >> after the meal when asked if romney was our next secretary of state, donald trump said we're going to see what happens. in a tweet tonight, donald trump announced a deal to keep 1,000 manufacturing jobs in the u.s. nine months ago, air conditioning manufacturer carrier announced a plan to some day send all of its jobs to
mexico. the company employees more than 2,000 people in indiana. local officials said carrier will receive incentives to keep half those jobs home. indiana is vice president elected mike pence's home state. he and donald trump will be in indiana to celebrate that announcement. tomorrow morning nancy pelosi could be replaced as the house democratic leader. though it's not likely. democrats will vote between her and tim ryan. he sees himself as a working class congressman who can help bring back blue collar votes. it will be an uphill battle for ryan as only six of the 194 house democrats have publicly supported him. toxic mushrooms are sprouting up in the east bay hills. today the regional park district issued a new warning telling park visitors not to collect or eat these mushrooms. they're very dangerous. the bay area is home to two of the world's most toxic mushrooms, is the death cap and western destroying angel that grow near oak trees.
eating them can result in liver and region failure if treatment is not received immediately. the list of those who got sick after eating thanksgiving meal in apartment i okay has grown from eight to 17. three victims died. many people who eta the food live at one of three senior group homes. they showed symptoms within 24 hours of eating the meal on thursday. some who had the food say it seemed fine. >> nobody got ill. none of us. we eta. we brought plates of food home. it was wonderful. it tasted good. >> many of the dishes were prepared at the haul while others made at various homes. health officials say it appears to be a food bourn illness but the investigation is ongoing. tonight police released the mug shots of two people suspected of using dogs to hunt and kill animals in golden gate park. prosecutors say kelvin johnson and jasmine marshall trained two dogs to kill rabbits and an egret. police say they posted pictures of the dead animals on social
media. johnson pleaded not guilty in court today. marshall will be in court on a later date. new details on the sinking millennium tower. the board of supervisors subpoenaed an engineer involved in the construction. jack melee refused to testify at a previous hearing. in 2006, melee found the building's design to be sound and recommended get a permit. now take a look at some images taken from space. the european space agency says red dots that you see represent a tilt of the building. there's where you can see the red dauts. the tower has sunk 1.8 inches in the past year and 16 inches since 2009. >> that's interesting to see. we've got more interesting pictures from high above that we can show nut weather segment. >> sandhya is here with the latest. >> we'll be talking about showers tomorrow. and that means slick roadways for parts of your commute spushlly tomorrow evening. a beautiful sunset from our east bay hills camera.
look for yourself. the sun went down at 4:51. at the time, skies were absolutely clear. not a cloud in sight. no fog in sight. it was a crisp day but we definitely saw a few clouds passing through and tonight as we look at live doppler 7, you will notice that clouds are still to the north as far as the main storm system. that's coming down our way right now because of the lack of clouds. we have very dry air mass. it's cold. upper 30s santa rowsa, fairfield, livermore. tomorrow morning when you get going, dress warmly. emeryville camera showing a beautiful view looking towards the bay bridge. scattered light showers tomorrow. a milder pattern for end of the week. here's a look at your planner for tomorrow. mid 30s to the mid 40s. a few showers around noontime. you're looking at scattered showers at 4:00 p.m. once those clouds come in, it won't allow much heating. 7:00 p.m., mostly cloudy conditions. hang onto the extra layer. storm impact scale, a 1, a light
system with scattered showers. looking at a tenth after inch or less. breezy at the coastline. here's the hour by hour forecast. 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, a few showers around the north bay. 10:00 p.m. north bay is wet. the rest of you having to wait for this moisture. around noontime when you're grabbing lunch expect wet roadways around the east bay towards the san mateo coast. around 3:00 p.m., those showers continue going from isolated to scattered in nature. evening commute, parts of the east bay, south bay definitely wet. not a lot of rain, just enough to dampen the ground. here are your rainfall estimates. generally speaking less than .1 inch. don't be surprised if you remain dry but just to be on the safeside, take your umbrellas. mid 30s to the upper 40s tomorrow morning when you get going. clouds to the north. clear elsewhere. for the afternoon, pretty cloudy day with scattered light showers. a cool one, mostly 50s for your wednesday.
accuweather's seven-day forecast showing you one on our impact scale. scattered showers on wednesday followed by dry conditions and milder weather for the end of the workweek, beginning of the weekend. sunday is fine and a slight chance of showers on monday with a december chill going into tuesday. it's going to be cold mornings monday, tuesday, and really cool afternoons. heading towards december. it makes sense. download the abc7 news ap and track not only the cold weather but the showers coming in, ama and dan. we are ahead of
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the first lady got emotional during the official kickoff to the obama's final holiday season at the white house and also welcomed some special guests. the families of u.s. service members join her for an early view of this year's presidential holiday decorations. the dogs beau and sonny reported to the festivities and as giant representply kaz. preparing for the holidays began six months ago with input from mrs. obama along with a team of designer who's came up with ideas for every room of the white house. >> can you imagine having to
decorate the white house? >> no. >> that's a job. >> job and a responsibility. it looks spectacular. >> it certainly does. we want to check on sports. >> yeah, sports director larry beil is here. >> some intriguing coaching changes that could have a direct impact on the 49ers and cal. plus, what's up, docking? doc rivers just loses it
abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> good evening. 'tis the season when coach gets hired and others fired. cal may be in the market for a new head coach with baylor taking a serious look at sonny dikes. dikes has moved to the top of the list in waco. dikes posted a record of only 19-30 in four owns in berkeley. why would baylor hire a guy with a losing record. >> dikes is a texas guy. got an exciting offense. he's dramatically improved academics at cal. baylor is try doing get past an scandal with their ex-coach and feed a guy who is squeaky clean
perhaps sonny. oregon looking for a new head coach firing mark level rich. boosters would love to bring back jim kelly, built a top ten program in eugene. but it seems like he wants to stay in the nfl and not looking to leave the 49ers. college football, stanford running back christian mccaffrey named all pac-12 today. he led the league in rushing with more than 1600 yards. the next question for him is will he turn pro. first team solomon thomas. this guy is unblockable. he is a monster in shoulder pads. the new college playoff rankings are out. alabama number one, ohio state number two, clemson at three, washington at fourth, michigan to number five. the sharks just finished up a five-game homestand hosting the arizona coyotes. the yoets took the ice tonight 2-0 against team teal this season. sharky on the attack. run, ma'am, run.
sharks were on the attack in this game. first shot of the game patrick marleau shoots and scores. hold on. waived off because they say sharks are offsides. that was the right call right there. no score in the second. it's 1-0 coits. later in the second, chris tierney behind the net jams it home. tied at one. they go to overtime. joel pavelsky, 2-1 sharks in o.t. they go 4-1 on the homestand. doc rivers and the clip in other words brooklyn. second quarter, chris paul feeds 39-year-old paul pierce. without authority. and then he gives him cpr. because he needs it. get up, old man. and it's hilarious. clippers inbounding here. doc rivers goes nuts. gets ejected from this g