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live, where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> down! >> get down, get down, get down! >> new images of the terror in las vegas sunday night. when thousands suddenly run for their lives. >> go, run! keep your head down, go! >> and tonight authorities say it's possible the shooter had an accomplice. good evening. i'm dan ashley. ama daetz is on maternity leave. the las vegas sheriff says there are no other suspects, at least not at this moment. but investigators are determined to find out whether stephen paddock had help. authorities are questioning his girlfriend as they continue looking into the deadliest mass shooting in modern american history. abc news reporter lana zak is in las vegas. >> good evening, dan, there is a new headline. authorities believe that the shooter had planned to escape. and we know how interested they were in hearing from his
girlfriend. tonight we hear her own words for the first time. this newly released video shows the harrowing moments following the deadly las vegas shooting. >> get in the truck, get in the truck! >> victims being led into a vehicle before it speeds off to the hospital, the clock ticking away. the grim reality on display as we hear from the shooter's girlfriend. >> i am devastated by the deaths and injuries that have occurred. >> these are the first public words by marilou danley read by her attorney. >> it never occurred to me in any way that he was planning violence. >> shen says when stephen paddock sent her to the philippines and wired her money, she worried he was breaking up with her. >> but he had something evil planned. >> stephen paddock is man who spent decades acquiring secret weapons and ammo and living a secret life. >> paddock checked into multiple hotels with rooms overlooking the concert, and they now
believe he planned to escape. meanwhile, the community, the survivors, and the loved ones of the victims are all trying to heal. >> there is no ocean that can hold these tear, and there is no space for my broken heart. >> as the president offered these words of comfort. >> we stand together to help you carry your pain. you're not alone. >> and for the first time we're learning the identity of that hero security guard who first encountered the gunman. his name jesus campos. and authorities say he continued to help police even after he had been shot. reporting from las vegas, lana zak, abc 7 news. well, tonight in las vegas, residents and tourists are trying to get back to some degree of normal living. it's not easy, of course. the reminders of what happened sunday night are everywhere. abc 7 news reporter jessica castro is live on the vegas strip with a sense of the mood there this evening.
jessica? >> dan, we're a little further norton las vegas strip from where that shooting happened. i want to give you a sense of what it feels like tonight. there are plenty of tourists here. as you said, everyone trying to move on best they can there is people walking around. there are a lot of cars out here. but there are also constant reminders of sunday's tragedy. every single marquee in las vegas is lit up with vegas strong messages. the mood is still somber in las vegas, and no one has quite moved on. messages flash everywhere, even showing a phone number where victims can seek counseling. certainly not something you usually see on a las vegas billboard. >> we talked about how much we like the #vegas strong and everything. it was great. >> you don't mind seeing the marquees? >> no, not at all. i thought it was positive thing. >> throughout the day tourists stopped by the memorial to pay their respect, but told us they also want to continue to enjoy their vacations. make no mistake, the deadliest mass shooting in u.s. history is
weighing heavily and permeating through every part of las vegas life. >> we're constantly reminded of it. but we're trying not to focus on the negative. >> even stars performing on the las vegas strip like celine dion had this to say. >> on sunday, we lost too many beautiful, innocent souls. >> everywhere you can hear people talking about the shooting, but through it all, tourists continue to snap pictures, nightclubs, and bars are open. >> it is a tourist town. and tragedy, but we thought the authorities deal with it very quickly. and it didn't seem as though there were any residual terrorists. >> mgm resorts which owns mandalay bay announced it has increased its level of security and work, quote, consistently with local and national law enforcement agencies to keep procedures at resorts up to date and are always improving and evolving. so what happened back there at
mandalay bay and at that festival cannot be ignored. but people are trying to move on as best they can tonight. and the city is certainly moving. i lived here for five years. this was my former home. i know plenty of people here. they are good people. they are resilient. and las vegas certainly will move on. if tonight is any indication, tourists will continue to come. the question is how will safety measures at casinos change in the long-term, not just temporarily. reporting live from the las vegas strip, i'm jessica castro, abc 7 news. dan? >> that's really the central question, isn't it, jessica? thank you so much. great job there. we continue to learn more about the life of michelle vo, one of the 58 people killed while enjoying the route 91 harvest country music festival. michelle was a san jose native living in los angeles. an ohio man cody robinson struck up a friendship with michelle at the festival. they were standing together near the stage watching jason aldean perform when the shooting started.
he helped get her out and put her in a pickup truck, getting her to the hospital. after cody set out to rescue others, he set out to find michelle at within of the area hospitals. that's when he found out that she didn't make it. today he and michelle's sister kathy did this interview. >> to know that she -- she had you in her last moments. she wasn't alone. you didn't leave her. it gives me a little bit of comfort. >> kathy vo says her sister had a bubbly and infectious personality. you can learn more about michelle vo and the other victims of sunday night's shooting, and the heroes who stepped in to help, and there were so many. their stories were on our website, abc7news.com. well, after the shooting in las vegas, security is on everyone's mind, of course, as the bay area gets ready for a big weekend. two big events are expected to attract thousands of people. and san francisco police say they'll be ready. abc 7 news reporter lilian kim has that story. >> there is fleet week.
♪ >> and hardly strictly bluegrass. two big events that always bring in huge crowds. we talk to people who plan to attend the music festival, albeit reluctantly. >> what are your concerns? >> definitely my safety. my parents have been calling me a lot. but definitely just the safety of the city. >> no doubt sunday's horror in las vegas has given people pause about going to places with large crowds. but san francisco's police chief has a message to those who plan to attend the events. he says there will be a lot more officers than in years past, and they will be visible. chief william scott discussed security for this weekend at tonight's police commission meeting. >> we are actually stepping up our deployment more. we have our tactical theme will be out and deployed. we have no known threats to our city. but we want people to feel safe. >> sfpd is counting on the public's help, reiterating the slogan, if you see something, say something. but while the extra police presence will be assuring to
many, some are making it a point to put their fears aside. >> especially us young kids, it's our time to be alive. and i think that backing out of doing something that we would want to do in the world, that means they win. >> a sentiment that will likely motive others to head out this weekend. in san francisco, lilian kim, abc 7 news. >> and a lot of people came to a rock concert in the bay area tonight. coldplay took the stage at levi's stadium in santa clara. it could be the last week night concert there unless a 10:00 p.m. curfew is changed. so how long did the band play tonight? did they quit at 10:00? janine de la vega is live at levi's with the story. janine? >> dan, people are starting to stream out of levi's stadium right now. the concert ended about 11:00 p.m. so they broke curfew by about 56 minutes. the city says if that happened, that they would take action. the 49ers president says that he is concerned that concerts won't
come again to levi's stadium unless what he calls this music ban is resolved. as coldplay fans entered levi's stadium, they were ready for a late night. >> i would expect until like 11:00 or 12:00 probably. i mean, wish forever. >> city officials refused to extend the week night curfew at the stadium from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. the 49ers say levi's stadium is the only major venue in california to have such strict regulation. >> we were here for u2 and they ran over. i know it was a problem. >> you think it's going to happen again? >> i hope so. i hope so. i want as much coldplay as i could get. >> the curfew wasn't the only thing being monitored tonight there was a heavy police presence. stadium management knows the mass shooting sunday night at a concert in las vegas is still fresh on people's minds. >> we're fully prepared, fully staffed, and we will be ready to keep every concertgoer safe. >> coldplay was ten minutes late starting. the band took the stage around
8:55:00 p.m. we came out to a neighborhood to see how loud it was. we can hear the thumping right now, and the allowed allowed ald inslid inside is 105. the reading we got is 71. >> it gets pretty loud. we close all the door, we still hear it in the home. it's very difficult to sleep, especially for the kids. >> the city says they will fine them 750 $750 to one thousand i curfew is violated. in santa clara, janine de la vega, abc 7 news. >> coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, a stinky problem. >> it is profusely foul. >> residents in one east bay community are furious over what's happening near their homes. we'll have the story. and the future isn't now, at least for bart. why you're going to have to wait a little longer to ride these new trains. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist sandhya patel. we have a combination of fall and summer in the accuweather seven-day forecast.
i'll show you why coming up. >> sandhya, thanks. a lot more to bring you here. first a look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live after abc news at 11. >> thank you, dan. believe it or not, we spent all day on this. if trump is upset, wait until he finds out what the rest of the country has been
>> reporter: a sickening smell permeates weekly, sometimes morris, it's raw sewage. it certainly doesn't smell like it's been treated. >> reporter: residents snapped these pictures of east bay regional park trucks supposedly dumping sewage into pipes at lake chabot regional park. neighbors pinpoint to this as the offending manhole. and the prevailing breeze straight east towards the neighborhood. >> witness they were done, the odor would actually linger for an hour in our homes. and we would smell like a port-a-potty, basically. >> many of our parks are in rural areas and still need clean and functioning bathrooms. so we do have sewer discharge services lined up to help make that happen for the greater community. >> there is a long-standing contract with castro valley sanitary district for the sewage disposal. up until this summer, neighbors say the dump location was farther up the hill. >> the people up the hill were complaining about the smell. >> and now the new location stinks to those who are downwind. >> we've tried to ask them what
they have done to make this change. and nobody really answers the question. >> as recently as this week showed no odors in the area. >> residents are considering legal action to stop the sewage disposal near their homes. in castro valley, katie utehs, abc 7 news. another set back for bart. the new fleet of trains won't be ready until thanksgiving. earlier they said the trains would roll out in june and then pushed that back to september. the problem is mechanical glitch, plus snafus in the air conditioning apparently. the paperwork alone is massive. each of the first ten pilot cars requires 3,000 documents. no kidding. a billionaire has finally opened a gate blocking access to martin's beach in san mateo county, but no one knows for how long. he put up this gate in 2008 on his property, blocking the only path to the popular beach.
s could koslan was being threatened with huge fines if he didn't open it up. the glat be open only on certain hours. california beaches are supposed to be public land. take a look at this incredible shot our photographer shot outside levi's stadium tonight where coldplay was playing as you heard earlier. what a lovely evening, no matter what you were doing. >> that is a gorgeous full moon. take a look at the time laps from the sutro camera tower. watch the fog rolling in. notice how low the fog is. it's so shallow that we're not expecting it to advance much. as a matter of fact, it's pretty much going to be confined to the coastline as we head towards tomorrow morning's commute. but really a cool time lapse there. i do want to show you our highlights as we take a look tomorrow morning. it's going to start out crisp with the coastal fog. sunny and mild for the afternoon, and get ready for autumn warmth friday and saturday.
here is a live look from our abc 7 news exploratorium camera. and the visibility from this advantage point is terrific right now. another advantage point from our east bay hills camera. and look at how far you can see, all the way across the bay towards sutro tower. so tomorrow morning, you will have to watch out around certain areas. that's primarily the coast, as you see that fog is there on live doppler 7 right now. another thing to watch out for along the coastline is long period swells out of the northwest, and also out of the southwest. both friday and saturday. there is a risk of strong rip currents, sneaker waves. and watch out for the large breaker, especially if you're going to be at the beaches with the nice warmer weather coming up. right now temperatures ranging from the 40s to the 60s. it is cool outside. and it's only going to get chillier. here is your 12-hour planner for thursday. fog near the beaches. temperatures in the 30, 40s. gentle breeze at noontime. numbers are coming up fast. and it's going to be a sunny, milder afternoon with mid 60s to the mid 80 os. first thing tomorrow morning, starting out chilly enough to
where you will need to bundle up. upper 30s to the low 50s. a full moon tonight as you know. before you go to bed tonight, maybe an extra blanket on your bed will come in handy to keep you nice and warm. tomorrow afternoon, temperatures in the 60s coast side all the way to the 80s inland. so really a mild sunny thursday that fog will clear away. and it will clear away just in time for fleet week festivities. friday mild and sunny, mid-70s. don't worry, the air show will go off without a hitch. temperatures in the mid-70s saturday and sunday. mornings will be in the 50s. if you're going to hardly strictly bluegrass in golden gate park, friday low 70s. we're going to drop you little bit on saturday, upper 60s. coming right back up again on sunday. bright and sunny for you. so great looking weather for that as well. a check of the accuweather seven-day forecast. and we have a warming trend. but it's limited. warmer in all areas as we head towards friday. 70s to 90s. and that's the october warmth i'm talking about. it's autumn warmth, but also sort of a summer feel with the low 90s continuing on saturday.
mid-60s coast. so around the bay and around the coast, temperatures begin to dip on saturday and sunday. but it's really a nice mild pattern. midweek we'll come down closer to average on wednesday, dan. >> great. perfect with all at stanford health care, we can now use a blood sample to detect lung cancer. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all.
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> all right. the warriors after touring hong kong, playing a little golf, signing plenty of autographs in china actually played hoops tonight against minnesota. steph curry and the doves in china. curry drains the three. the dubs are up 7-3. moments later, nice ball movement by the warriors. draymond green with a pass to curry knocks down another three. the crowd is loving it. he is not done. curry driving to the hoop, kicks
it out to klay thompson. splash brothers. dubs shooting well early. right now 26-15 dubs in the first quarter. all right. sharks hosting philadelphia tonight at the tank in the regular season opener. the men in teal have won seven straight openers, and hope to continue that trend this evening. 2-0 flyers. in front of the net, makes a deposit in the air. wow. great hands. 2-1 now. flyers trying to clear the putt. but le bank is still open. this game is tied at two. same store in the second. flyers on the power play. sha 3-2 philly. in the third, logan couture ties it up. check out this play. couture shoots it off the defender's skate right into the goal. bank shot, 3-3 game. second of three goals. another deflection. flyers win it 5-3. hat trick and ends the sharks'
seven-win win streak in openers. baseball's postseason continuing tonight in arizona with the wild card game between the d-backs and the rockies. former d-back and four-time cy young winner randy johnson in the house. 4-0 d-backs. daniel descalso, gives the snakes a 6-0 lead. but the rockies would battle back. nolan, solo shot to left. makes it 8-6 in the eighth. rockies are still in this thing. now 8-7. the d-backs turn to rally. aj pollack drives the ball to right center. two runs are going to score. and arizona wins 11-8 in a wild one. they'll move on to face the dodgers. wnba finals. minnesota and l.a. game five. sparks trying to become the first repeat champions in 15 years candace parker with 19 point, 15 boards. but the lynx had other ideas.
sylvia fowles broke her own record with 20 rebounds and was named series mvp. maya moore with the huge runner here. six seconds to play. your minnesota lynx, the 2017 wnba champs with an 85-76 victory. fourth title in seven years, tying houston for the most championships in league history. that's the abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. it's great to see the warriors back on the court, even from halfway around the world. what a great outreach for them. >> it's been fabulous.
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