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it is saturday, april 22nd. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen, she is tracking live doppler 7 for us. >> you can see the cloud cover here. we had a few sprinkles in the far north bay. as we go in tighter. they are sliding to the east t. front is washing out t. energy heading to the north. we are left with cloud cover. 50s in town. 49 in lroy and from santa cruz
sterda in the upper 70s, today lower 70s. ill a nice day. 55 by the delta. delays over two hours here at sfo. so 40s and 50s, a little cooler, head on out. 60s to near 70 by noon time. looking at more low 70s today. stan jose and livermore, it will be cruel for the second half of the weekend t. breeze kicks umm. i have the details in my full accuweather 7-day forecast coming up. . let's get to breaking news out of the south bay. san jose police are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and two others injured. this happened before 3:30 at the motel 6 on the alameda about a mile away from sap center. a half a mile away. the two injured men were taken to the hospital with minor injuries. right now, it's unclear what head up to the shooting. police have not identified any suspects. the time right now is 8:o 1 on our saturday morning. passengers at sfo came to the
defense of a tearful mother after they say a flight attendant nearly whacked her baby with a stroller. this comes less than two weeks when a man was hurt being dragged off a united airlines flight. there has been a much quicker response over what could have become an international incident. abc 7 news anchor explains. >> reporter: a mother holding her baby openly wept in front of a plane full of passengers waiting to leave sfo. passengers came to her defense after they say a flight atte attendant violently grabbed her shoulder, hitting her and just missing one of her children. >> upset, violently yanked it and stormed off the plane with it. >> reporter: he took the video and this picture, which appears to show the woman and her children being escorted off the plane. passengers say they were traveling from argentina and she
may not have understood direction for her to check the stroller at the gate. as she stood there in tear, one man's anger escalated. >> hey, bud, do you that to me, i'll knock you off the planet. >> the phenix e tension builds as the employee appears to egg him on into a fight. >> reporter: he explains why he got involved. >> that baby almost got hurt. >> that fired me up. so that was it. i don't want to make a big deal about roichlt american airlines reacted quickly, removing the employee from duty, promising a full investigation. the spokes woman says what we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we treat our customers. we are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by this incident. >> american airlines allows one stroller to be checked for free.
they cannot take a stroller onto the plane. american upgraded the woman and her family on the next flight, where the crew took special care of them. if you want to watch that in its entire entirety, go to abc 7 news app or abc news.com. in san francisco, power has been fully restored. it seemed like everyone was talking about this. the out annual hit at 9:20 yesterday morning, affecting 88,000 customers from market street to presidia. it happened at a standby station at larkin and eddie. sky 7 was above the substation as smoke poured out a. circuit breaker failed, causing a fear which shut down the power. the electricity did not return to customers until about 5:00 last night. drivers struggled throughout the day as 300 traffic lights went out across the city. you can imagine, it was one of the many problems caused by the outage. abc 7 news reporter has the
story for us. >> reporter: the street lights are reset, businesses are opened again. there is stillfallout from the power out annual. at sloweders downtown, there were plenty of elderly at the bar. >> we had an after crowd. this evening has been slower than usual. especially for a friday. >> reporter: rush hour traffic was lighter than usual, because so many people left early. >> people went home to the presidia. >> with no power at home, she brought friends to the marina, which was still closed. some of her neighbors made the best of it. >> we sort of decide, okay, we're not going to get much done today. it's a beautiful day, let's make a picnic and go to the beach. >> today was a san francisco snow day. >> that meant that you know you couldn't get a school. you couldn't do normal things. >> reporter: her son and his friends did go to school. they got out early. >> did you still have class? >> not exactly. we didn't sister to do any work today.
>> if you go to the bathroom, there is no light. so we had these candles. >> reporter: it helps to have a big purse and a plan. >> sew brought my blow dryer and curling iron to the office. >> reporter: stalledally varieties were another problem, san francisco fire crews responded to 41 elevator rescue call calls. >> and here's something you rarely see, bart passengers were left in the dark at the montgomery street station when the outage first hit. train service was running the lights went out. escalators stopped running. bart officials closed the station as a precaution until generators were brought in. st. francis hospital and camp. pacific medical center remained oped durg the outage, but with limited service. both had emeency generators
running. st. francis finished both surgeries under way and sent new patients to other hospitals in the city. cpmc only held emergency surgeries. even people who did not could receive updates. an outrageous robbery at a downtown water creek watch store. the owner was maced then pulled his gun and multiple under surveillance cameras caught the robbers in action. here's abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley. >> reporter: thursday at noon, this watch shop owner was behind the counter helping two customers when three men in construction gear came in. one with a clipboard telling him they needed him to sign off on electrical work. the owner and a customer were
sprayed with mace, almost simultaneously a second suspect is about to smash the case and grabbed watches to bass to a third suspect with a backpack outside until the owner confronted him with a gun. >> i pointed at him and began to rush him towards the door. he obviously fled very quickly. >> it was three suspects. three black male adults in construction attire. >> they waited until we found out where he lived and nice, he came out, hey, really casual. really playing the part, almost like a lifetime criminal, they're good at what they do. >> reporter: police say all three drove off in this mu model challenger. investigators are looking into any possible conneion with bay area holdups. thewner believes one suspect, this man, came in to case the store a week ago. >> that customer you saw criminal himing on the floor, he had just been maced, right after the robbery, he ended up buying
the watch they were shopping for. >> the man accused of killing seven people at an east bay university has been deemed mentally competent to stand trial. a judge made the ruling ability the suspected gunman juan goh yesterday. he has been charged in the 2012 mass shooting at oikos university. two years ago the trial was put on hold indefinitely. after a judge determined he had a mental illness. he is now scheduled to be back in court wednesday to saturday date for his trial nmplts berkeley, police lifted a shelter in place and called off a massive search for a man reported to be armed with a gun. sky 7 was over the neighborhood of civic center park as officers went from yard to yard. they had their guns drawn and used k-9s. however, they did not find the man. new details this morning about a form were teacher in richmond convicted of child molestation. our media partner reports he was
sentenced to 931 years in prison. he taught at making waves academy and founded a youth program where he took 11 and 12-year-old boys and molested them. a judge ordered him to pay $1 million in restitution to each of the 15 victims. this morning, a teacher is facing child porn charges, authorities say they found images on john hayden's home computer. he was arrested at pioneer high school, where he is a teacher. police say hayden has no prior record of inappropriate conduct. they are investigating his previous employment to make sure there is no other possible illegal activity. police have arrested someone in connection with a theft at a san francisco opera house earlier this month. eight computers were stolen from the bay view opera house offices on april 6th. san francisco police arrested albert brown last week. they haven't released a booking
photograph, nor have they recovered the computers. time now 8:10 on this saturday morning. lisa, are you tracking the sunshine out there and some clouds as well. >> that's right t. sun has been fading with the weak cold front pushing into the north bay. no real rain, maybe a sprinkle from here or there. the clouds and delays at sfo. temperatures are mainly in the 50s. some 40s along the coast. still a little chilly in san ro money at 49. so today is the warmer day oust of the weekend. it's also the cloudier day. i'll have the rest of your week forecast and a look at more sprinkles or rain headed our way coming up. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, how this officer in southern california is prompting change in departmen department. >> reporter: i'm at the silicon valley comic kahn. i looked far and wide to find the best. i think i found the right guy. ch
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transitioned from male to female. she says her fell lee officers and her wife have been supportive. the police department has implemented a new policy, including using a new pronoun the gepder they identify with and the name they want to be called. garcia has a cell phone that people in the lgbt community can call to report hate crimes. >> they don't feel comfortable reporting a crime to police. any patrol officer. they are allowed to could my phone. i take hate crime reports from them tom talk to them about complaints they had against other officers. i do dream of the day i don't use the cell phone. >> garcia will be honored for her community work next month at san diego's lbgt center. sky 7 shows a terrifying moment yesterday. a man slipped down a cliff at china beach and couldn't get back up. he barely held onto the rock face when a chp rescue chopper
dropped in to save him. you can see a man put in a harness and lifted away. firefighters say he refused treatment for his minor injuries afternoon. a san francisco start-up that promised to shrink your wallet shut down. plastic is considering filing for bankruptcy. the company there shows their product. can you see here. it looked and acted like a regular credit card that can hold up to 20 cards in one place. despite raising millions of dollars up front t. company was not able to fill pre orders or raise enough money to keep going. happening today, students and researchers at uc berkeley will be out in the votes for earthday. uc berkeley is hosting a non-partisan stands up for science rally. abc 7 news was there yesterday, as students and scientists used posters, they will be using to get their message out. most told us they were at best concerned at what they see as an anti-science agenda if washington.
they believe they can make a difference. >> especially with the political climate going on, someone who is studying environmental biology here at uc berkeley. i feel in some way i can be a part of the larger picture. >> the stands up for science ramally at uc plaza begins at 11:00 a.m. t. march for science in san francisco also begins at 11:00. from "star wars" to star trek and everything in between. the second annual silicon valley comic con did not disappoint t. mane attraction was william shatt ler, the audience in the palm of his hands. abc 7 reporter katie marzulo was there. >> what do i think about that? >> reporter: william shatner is the comedian of fans with serious questions ability his future roles, got answers leak this. >> is this generation soaked in rumors and offers and possibilities about the truth? >> no offers!
nobody's offered me a thing. >> reporter: don't let him fool you, the 86-year-old starts a new movie on sunday. >> he interacts with the audience and he is very good with everyone. >> meanwhile, across the street. >> the "star trek" fans are the best people in the world. >> michelle nichols thought she'd like to play joke on him. >> go there and sneak into the front room. >> reporter: she would have left behind some disappointed fans. it's not just the celebrities amends iconic characters that attract people to this comic con. >> it's a community. >> as far as it is to deal with myself as a person is something ki get here. i can't get out of a lot of other shows. >> it's family friendly. there is something for everybody. >> reporter: the fun continues throughout the weekend in san jose, katie marzulo, abc 7 news.
>> good morning, we have cloud cover, even a few sprinkles up towards santa rosa. right now live toper 7 picking up on the cloud cover around i-5. a few light showers if are you driving, otherwise it's the cloud cover t. filtered sun that you notice today and the cooler temperatures. we almost reached 80 in many locations yesterday. the stroo else istreams in. you notice the cloud cover here in the city. it's 56. vangt overin 55, in oakland. from the golden gate bridge the winds are flat now. they will pick up throughout the day. we will see not only the skies, the breezy conditions, clear us out tonight before it will be blustery tomorrow. it's 56 in concord. by the delta, got sunshine in
the 50s from mount tam, mist and drizzle, if you are headed outside, you may run into wet areas, if you are bike riding, so a cooling trend this weekend. milder tomorrowing look for isolated sprinkles, probably have them here. light rain possibly monday into tuesday so the rest of the day. sun shiempb, we are getting more sun tomorrow. >> that is bringing temperatures down further. another 10 to 15 degrees. as we get into monday, another weak weather system flirting with the diay.diaay. we could see showers. 70s today for you in san jose and the average high, 71, temperatures dropping. it will take all week long to
warm-up. livermore, 71 today, 65 tomorrow t. cold front pushes through. we stay cool as systems ride to the north of us allow for cloud cover, maybe a few sprinkles. the milder air by the end of the week. the breezy winds, 60s, 64 in half moon bay, 67 in oakland. low 70s for palo alto and san jose, so it should be a nice afternoon for earth day. not as warm as we had yesterday. over in oakland, look for mild conditions about 1:00, staying in the mid-60s. partly cloudy today. got some 70s. tomorrow the numbers drop. the clouds clear out a. chance of showers coming into play monday and tuesday, highs will be slightly below normal and still clouds, numbers gin to increase to near 70 on wednesday. thursday and friday looks a little milder with more sunshine it remains active to the north of us. it will stay dry, not totally
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left the door opened when they were on vacation in tahoe. when they return, until they return the tortoise will stay with animal control. still to come on abc 7 morning, president trump is closing in on his first 100 days in office a. look at the president's hits and misses. plus, smoothing things over, what vice president mike pence promised australia's prime minister over a contentious refugee de
>> good morning, everyone, i'm chris nguyen. we are starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here is lisa argen. >> hi, lisa, good morning to you. we have clouds in parts of the bay area. here's live doppler 7. you will notice mainly in the north bay, partly cloudy all ound the bay a. weak cold front in the north isushing to the north and east, allowing for sprinkles around santa rosa, big time delays in place anywhere from two hours and 13 minutes. so some there, temperatures are milder in the city, on the peninsula. 58 in oakland along the coast on the clear side. with see the clouds, 50 in santa rosa. it's also 50 in novato. look at mount tam, it looks awful misty there. high clouds staying with us, breezy wins picking up along the coast today, chris. >> lisa, thank you.
president trump is closing in on his first 100 days in office, a milestone a week away from today, president trump is pushing for action on a new health care deal an promising to unveil a new massive white house package. jonathan carl has more. >> reporter: president trump was greeted with cheers as he walked into the treasury department. he was there to sign yet another executive order designed to cut regulations. he also dropped this surprise. >> and we'll be having a big announcement on wednesday having to do with tax reform. >> reporter: the president tells a.p. he will propose a massive tax cut, adding he believes it will be bigger than any tax cut ever. this comes as the president nears a key milestone, his first 100 days in office. during the campaign, he made big promises about those first 100 days. >> justly the about what we can accomplish in the first 100
days. it's a set of promises for what i'll do in my first 100 days. my reform plan will lift millions out of poverty, raise wages dramatically and create at least 25 million new jobs in ten years. and we can enact the whole plan in our first 100 days. >> reporter: there have been accomplishments. he slashed regulations and has the supreme court justice confirmed. this president hasn't managed to get any major bill yet, his effort to get health care failed, his travel ban has been thers stl no movement on that border wall. now, trump is down playing the 100-day marker. tweeting about what he called the ridiculous standard of the first 100 days. >> this white house is going to be pressured by artificial deadlines. >> reporter: still trump clearly has his eye on the calendar. >> no administration has
accomplished more in the first 90 days. >> reporter: and in his final week, he is trying to put points on the board, not only is he promising a plan for the big tax cut, impacting both individuals and businesses the white house is also trying to revive health care, senior administration officials say they believe a revised bill could even pass the house as early as next week. >> you will get health care next week? >> it doesn't matter if it's next week. next week doesn't matter. >> reporter: jonathan carl, abc news the white house. this morning, vice president mike pence is in australia, he says the u.s. will honor a refugee deal in the does closing days of the obama administration. >> reporter: president trump has made it clear we'll honor the agreement. it doesn't mean we admire the agreement. if i go looking back on theed a men strangs the president has never been shy about expressing
frustration with other international agreements. >> president trump had previously called the deal dumb. under the agreement, the u.s. would take 1,200 refugees australia houses in detention camps. many of those refugees are from iran. reuters reports in return australia would resell refugees from guatemala, honduras and el salvador. there is a new twist in the saga over anne coulder, attorneys are drafting a lawsuit against uc berkeley after the university originally said it did not have a secured venue for her event. abc 7 news reporter melly woodrow has the latest. >> reporter: the attorney says the lawsuit they are filing against uc berkeley is not about maine money or anne coulter. >> there is about the consistent refusal to honor conservative
speech on campus. >> she says this is the third instance. >> unconstitutional requirements and bait and switch that berkeley did with the mil milo yanopoulous experiment they are facilitating republicans activities than any student group in memory. after canceling her visit t. university proposed a may 2nd alternative a. date coulter says she is not available. >> they permit limited use of its space for certain viewpoints. it is required under the constitution to provide equal access to other groups. >> reporter: while republicans and young america's foundation support legal action, a third group that initially invited could you estimateer, bridge usa, does not. >> to take this to court when they are trying, at least making some efforts, is not the right solution. >> reporter: in its letter the university says its actions have been wholly consistent with its obligations under the
constitution to proeblt protect free speech rights and safety and security of the university community. in berkeley, memory woodrow, abcp news. >> controversial conservative commentator yanopoulousyanopous says he is planning to hold talks and rallies and throw massive parties, all in the name of free expression and the first amendment. all will be welcome, regardless of political affiliation. the foreman breitbart news editor was scheduled to speak in january. the uc chance emed because of violent protests. he promises to release details in the next few weeks. >> a number of san francisco firefighters and community members will take part if today's annual nert training. volunteers will practice search and rescue techniques, setting
up command center and other disaster response skills. today's training starts at 9 a. this morning at marina mills school. 8:36 is our time. college students can buy contraception on the wellness to go vending machines arrived at the recreation center at uc davis earlier this month. it offers advil, pregnancy tests, condoms and plan b, often called the morning after pim. it's the result of two years of hard work by former its kind of pushed me more. >> under the obama administration in 2013, plan b became available to women of all ages without a prescription. davis is one of the campuses to have access to this emergency contraception mplgs happening now, you can get free dental association in san mateo. they shared these pictures of
eeople lined up this morning. fr clinic offers fillings, cleanings, root canals and help with finding future care. patients are seen on a first come, first served basis t. foundation expects to serve about 2,000 people, doors are open until this afternoon and open again at 5:30 tomorrow at the san mateo events center. still ahead on abc 7 morning. you already know the bay area commute can be very stressful. but did you know, it could also affect your life span? coming up, who is most at risk? plus, as we enter break, here's a live look outside from our tower camera. you can see those clouds that lisa
pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center.
we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation. >> welcome back, everyone, happening today, it is earth day. if you are looking to celebrate mother earth. you may want to head out to the john muir house in martinez. muir took tedry roosevelt camping. he raised a family and did much of his writing at the stanley martinez home. today's earth day celebration begins at 10:00 a.m. and lisa a good day for kids to be planting trees and getting involved before the rain comes in later this week. >> exactly. maybe not as bright and blue as you would have hoped. we have a system moving through the north bay.
they have delays at sfo. delays of two hours and 13 minutes with numbers in the 50. temperatures in the 50s, warming up slowly sun, it should be a milder day today, compared to tomorrow. so wait and check out my accuweather 7-day forecast with a chance of more umbrella weather coming up. >> lisa, thank you. also next the giants on the wrong end of history in denver, wrong end of history in denver, something that hasn't it's not a weekend hobby.ance? you have to live and breathe it for 50 years. it's the sound... and the fury. it's letting it all hang out there, and it's hanging on for dear life. that is what amg driving performance means. and this is where it lives. the 503-horsepower mercedes-amg c63 s coupe.
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welcome back, everyone, in sports, a big night ahead for bay area sports band. the warriors take the best of seven playoff series against the trail blazers. tonight the series moves up to portland, golden state, tipoff at:30. you can watch the game on our sister network. the sharks playoff series in game six, they lead the series three games to two. later today the giants will send matt moore to the monday against the rockies in denver, hoping to snap a two-game losing streak. yesterday the team announced bad news about mason bumbartner. >> reporter: good morning,
everybody. terrible news for the giants. their star pitcher madison bumbartner may be out after two months after a dirt bike accident in november. the manager said, he was there, there was no way he would ever let him on that bike. he wasn't there. dad is sporting over her, c'mon, where is ma pla? i need mama! johnny cueto never giving up a grand slam until this one. trevor solely off the end of the bat, to the opposite side of the field. later in the 4th, two outs, charlie blackmon, hunter pence slips, blackmon inside the parks, home run. the first time since the team had a grand slam inside the park in the same inning. top 5, brandon bell gets one back. his fourth of the year. the clooints giants lose 6-5.
how about chicken and waffles, yummy at the coliseum, as and mariners play. kyle seiger frozen. bottom 5, as down 1-zip. no doubt about it. deep to center field, home run number 100 t. second bomb in as many nights. bottom 6. on the other hand yonder alonzo. the as when by a score of demp kevin durant. warriors coach, katie, he is frustrated. just came back after five-and-a-half weeks out without a knee injury. now he is out with a trained calf, durpt wants to play, knows in the long run, better safe than sorry. >> it's still a good play.
egot on the court today. i want to be out there. it's not likely. it's not career threatening. >> game three, clippers and jazz, utah, craig griffin bruises his toe, his status going forward unclear showing u angry. chris paul 23 of his 24 come in the second half, huge buckets behind the back to the re r clippers take a two-one series lead. have a great weekend, everybody, i'm larry beam. >> good saturday morning, we had a few showers up in the north bay. right now, pretty much around davis, north of 80 here. live doppler 7 picking up on the cloud cover and the sprinkles out there. so if you are headed out, you may not be surprised to see
around vaca victim t. energy heads to the north. we are looking at cloud cover throughout the day. high clouds. then we get into breezy rain, emeryville, mid-50s in san francisco. 58 in oakland. good morning mountain view, san jose, 55 as well as half moon bay. from the golden gate bridge, this is misty. we have had a few showers well north. the winds not much of a factor right now. sunshine there, filtered. investigation in concord. more cloud cove we will n unfortuna unfortunately the cooling trend becomes intensified, isolated sprinkles here and there. i think we are beyond that
today. then they're looking at a chance of rain come monday into tuesday, very light amounts. hour by hour forecast. we'reooki at 4:00 filtered sun. it will be cooler. there is the clearing for your sunday. but it will be breezy, temperatures come down anywhere from 5 to 10 even 12 degrees for sunday. monday increasing clouds, the number still cool. look at this, 7:00, we got some rain from our far north bay. this could flirt with us throughout the afternoon. that brings the temperatures down and then we are looking at numbers staying cool in the upper viktor i 60s. it doesn't look like we will rebound until the ends of the week. looking at numbers in the mid and upper 70s. perhaps monday into tuesday. this is what it's going to pan out on this forecast modem. it's not a lot.
it's enough to get the ground wet and on the cooler side of average. this is the first couple days of the workweek. it looks like this second half should be sunnier and warmer. 67 today over in oakland, look for a high of 70 in fremont. 74 in morgan hill t. warmer location, 68 in richmond and the winds pick up later on this afternoon. so it's a bit of clearing. we will be down into the 40s overnight. chilly. so it will be nice. it's really been slow to get rid of the inclement weather, the active weather. so. >> that filtered sun. it's like a title on an album. lisa, thank you.
all right the time right now 8:51. it turns out biking may be the healthiest what i to commute to work. it doesn't sound all that surprising, though. a new study shows how beneficial it could be for your health, how it can add years to your life. >> biking in the city shows a new study shows they may be on to something. >> you don't have to sit there feeling road rage in traffic. you get to feel the whipped in your hair and being on your >> reporter: researchers at glasgow found it can cut cancer and heart disease in half. an organization that aims to make cycling fun, safe and accessib accessible. >> we know it's frequently people's concerns. that's why we advocate bike lanes.
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announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everybody, this is jack hanna, and this is percy the porcupine, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." gorillas are imposing, powerful, and intelligent, so every encounter with one is unforgettable. whether it's in the mountains of uganda... it's just like watching a family play. the lowlands of west africa... golly, look at this. i've never seen a gorilla over water. or right here at the columbus zoo. could you imagine, the first gorilla b