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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> shots fired. it's 23 avenue. >> a wild high-speed chase across several counties ends with a violent crash and an officer-involved shooting in oakland. good evening. thank you for joining us. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. it started as a call of an armed man in vallejo, and quickly turned into ooh high speed police crash and ended with a crash on international boulevard in oakland. vallejo police fired shots at the driver. >> unsderstan answerer story. >> multiple shots at the suspect after he crashes his suv. he was taken to the hospital,
but still a few details about what led up to the chase and the crash. oakland police taking the lead tonight in a chase that began 30 miles away in vallejo. >> the caller knew the person and is a very credible witness, has known the person for a long time. >> reporter: that witness police say tipped them off. reporting that the suspect was armed and parked in front of their house. when police arrived, the suspect took off, leading police on a high-speed chase from vallejo to oakland. speeds of over 100 miles per hour. >> vehicles, a toyota 4 runner that they're chasing. he is known to carry an uzi and handguns, has full body arm. >> once on oakland streets, the driver crashed. when he tried to get out of his suv, the police fired multiple shots. he was taken to the hospital with unknown zwlirks were still kids leaving the after school program but they said everything was safe at the school. >> reporter: parker says his son goes to a nearby school. his big concern, the high-speed chase through his neighborhood. >> got to be careful with those
chase scenes. i think after 30 miles if you can't stop a person, you need to regroup and find another way to do it. >> reporter: but captain horton says it's a tough call, especially when dealing with a suspect known to be heavily armed and wearing body armor. >> of course pursuits are dangerous, but so is a person with assault rifles and pistols and putting more people in danger. so it's sort of a judgment call. it's a difficult decision that the voofrs to make. >> the police captain says one officer suffered minor injury, but no one else was hurt in the chase or the crash. they still haven't released any details about the suspect or his injuries. reporting live in oakland, anser hassan, abc 7 news. >> thank you. an unprecedented move bay 49ers cheerleader tonight. the cheerleader took a knee during the national anthem ahead of the team's game against the raiders at levi's stadium. it's believed she is the first professional cheerleader to protest this way. the cheerleader hasn't been identified. former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick was the first to take
a knee during the anthem in 2016, he said to protest police brutality. google employees across the bay area and around the world staged a massive walkout today. they accused to company of mishandling sexual misconduct allegations against executives. it's in response to last week's "new york times" article that detailed how some executives were given multimillion-dollar severance packages. abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo is live in mountain view with more. >> it's no secret the silicon valley has great global impact and influence. we saw that today as thousands of googlers walked out of work in the latest and seemingly chps the silicon valley was once touted as the golden child of american industry. the tech capital is back in the headlines, this time for google's handling of sexual allegations against the so-called father of rubin. sky 7 captured this crowd of googlers pouring out and
protesting at the company's mountain view headquarters. an organized effort across at least 50 google campuses around the globe. >> this could not have been possible outside of google. and that's what makes me so proud of working with googlers. >> the message, professor meg veric says it's also time for titans to rethink their obligations. >> now that employees are speaking up, i think companies have no choice but to respond. >> workers want more than just a response. they want action. sky 7 was overhead at google's sunnyvale campus, and we were on the ground in san bruno at youtube headquarters. employees are demanding an end to forced arbitration in harassment and discrimination cases and a clear process for reporting sexual misconduct safely and anonymously. >> sometimes their abusers are the ones above them and in charge of promoting them or their jobs. >> they also want commitment from the company to put an end to pay an opportunity and equity. not only did google stay silent
according to "the times," it reportedly granted rubin a severance package worth $90 million. as you saw in the story, abc 7 news was also overhead and on the ground at the embarcadero in san francisco. many googlers tell us there are still plenty stories of sexual misconduct that remain untold. i'm live in mountain view tonight, amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. >> amanda, thank you. this map shows the locations of google offices around the globe where employees walked out today. the walkouts happened gradually at 11:10 local time. the first walkout was in singapore. it's unclear how many people took part, but google spokesperson says the office has more than a thousand employees. there were several walkouts in europe. this image is from the london office. back here in the u.s., hundreds of people walked off the job in new york city. not far away at a "new york times" event, google's ceo sundar pichai talked about the walkouts. >> we are listening to employees. that's partly why today is important, and, you know, i think there are concrete steps
coming out in terms of what we could do better. i want to acknowledge the women who step up and do this. i think it shows extraordinary courage. >> you could have watched the walkouts live with the abc 7 news app today. we made it easy by sending out this push alert. download the app and enable push alerts so you can follow the news as it happens. with five days to go before the midterm elections, oprah made a house call today. she campaigned in georgia for gubernatorial candidate stacey abrams. for those who think obradprah m have bigger aspiration likes the white house, she had an emphatic effort. >> i pay for it myself and i approve this message. >> oprah quickly quash squashed the notion saying she came to georgia on their own and tackled rumors she might challenge president trump in 2020. >> i'm not sheer because i'm thinking about running myself. i don't want to run. i'm here today because of stacey abrams.
>> winfrey had a poignant message for the cle thinking of not voting. >> you disrespect your elders. you disregard your history. you disgrace their legacy. >> vice president mike pence was also in georgia, campaigning for abrams' opponent, brian kemp. he decided to make a bold comparison. >> i'd like to remind stacey and oprah and will ferrell i'm kind of a big deal too. >> pence also had a little reminder, the peach state is currently red. >> i got a message for all of stacey abrams' liberal hollywood friends. this ain't hollywood. this is georgia. >> count on abc 7 for live election coverage on tuesday. abc news network will have coverage of the biggest races
around the country beginning at 5:00 p.m., and we'll have live local election coverage throughout the evening, including on abc 7 news at 9:00 p.m. on kofy tv 20 and at 11:00 p.m. right here on abc 7. the man accused of killing 11 people at a pittsburgh, pennsylvania synagogue pleaded not guilty to federal charges today. a federal grand jury indicted 46-year-old robert bowers on 44 charges, most of them carry the death penalty. in response, one local shabbat synagogue in san francisco is looking to upgrade its security. >> rabbi moshe e-mailed members, initially hoping to raise $10,000 for security improvements in the wake of the deadly tree of life shooting in pittsburgh. not long after sending that e-mail and consulting with security specialists, rabbi langer said he realized he'll actually have to raise closer to $80,000. >> when you want the get the
best lox and bolts and glass and insulate room for bulletproofing, it's just a security door will cost you 10, $12,000. >> rabbi langer says the goal is to harden this target so it's less likely to be attacked. money raised will go to improving the entranceway. >> right here we need to put bolts. >> and replacing these windows. >> you see right here. >> which have already been broken three times. from the outside, you can see the latest damage. >> we have to live our lives. we have to be able to come pray. >> part of the need for increased security at this synagogue also had to do with its location, just off of sixth street. >> it's a rough part of town. >> the proposed security upgrades which include a panic room and active shooter training are not extreme, they're necessary. unlike other synagogues, habat synagogues do not have paying members. they rely on donations. >> we want to be open and inviting, but we have to be safe
and secure. >> all the money will go exclusively to security improvements. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. >> more to come here. cleaning up their streets and creeks. how one east bay community is working to build a better bay area by cracking down on illegal dumping. a real sweet gesture to help a donut shop customer. why customers have vowed to boy up every pastry as early as possible every day. i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. november off to a warm start, but changes are on the way. i'll tell you all about the weekend forecast, coming right up. >> sandhya, thanks. all that's ahead. first, on jimmy kimmel live after abc 7 news at 11:00, jimmy? >> thanks, dan and am map. tonight, we ate their halloween candy again. >> three, two, one. pull! trust the science, trust the science. there we go!
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abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area, and that means we're putting more time, more resources and reporting issues that impact your quality of life. we're looking at both problems and the solutions. in contra costa, a special task force is taking on illegal dumping along roads and creeks. last year it cost the county $1.2 million to clean up the trash. one solution is to educate people on their options to have jump hauled her coming down harn illegal dumpers. >> part of this task force we're looking at ideas like how with committee increase the penalty. how can we take away a person's vehicle who is caught dumping illegally. >> currently the fine is 1 thousand dollars.
now illegal trash dumping is a problem that affects people no matter where you live. let us know what you think might help deal wit. use the hash tag better bay area. custom mothers of a beloved donut shop in southern california are rushing to buy all the store's donuts as early as possible each day. >> that's right. reporter greg lee explains it's their plan to help the owner so that he can get home early to his wife who is recovering from a medical emergency. >> how are you? >> every day for nearly the last 30 years, john chan has greeted his customers at donut city in seal beach, starting at 4:30 in the morning. he and his wife stella have become a staple in the community. the donuts are good. try the apple fritter. but you better get there early. >> no more. that's all we got. >> fresh-baked goodies are flying off the shelf like never before, often forcing john to close early. customers say that's the goal. >> the sooner we can get him home and get support for her.
>> i think the better it is for both of them and the community. >> last month, john's wife had a brain aneurysm. she was rushed to the hospital and continues to recover at a nursing facility. it's been extremely difficult for their family. >> take my heart. >> customers quickly heard the news and wanted to help. on this day, the trays were cleaned out by 10:30. this sweet gesture by the community leaving john grateful beyond words. >> warm, very appreciated. >> in seal beach, greg lee, abc 7 news. >> that is incredibly great. >> the sweetest thing. how nice. all right. time to turn to our weather. >> meteorologist sandhya patel is here. if i'm not mistaken, sandhya, the weekend has arrived. >> it's almost here. the weekend is going to be fabulous. sweet sunset tonight from our sutro tower camera.
6:11, the sun went down. and the high, thin wispy clouds added the boost of color to the sunset tonight. the high clouds are moving out of the picture. and what's replacing it? take a look at live doppler 7. we are starting to see a little bit of fog starting to head towards our area. half moon bay reporting a patch of fog. it was a warm afternoon. no matter where you are, most areas in the 80s. gilroy got to a record 90 degrees this afternoon. 81 in san francisco. santa cruz. 85, concord. for november 1, 88 degrees in santa rosa. hard to believe a good 13 to 17 degrees above average. temperatures right now in the 50s and 60s. so it is still mild outside. here's a look at your forecast as we head into the overnight hours and into tomorrow morning. you're going to be looking at some fog, mainly near the coast in the morning. cooler afternoon, warming up again on saturday. and fire danger increases this upcoming weekend. live look from our sutro tower camera. you can see city hall,
salesforce tower. overnight tonight, as we head into the hour-by-hour forecast going into tomorrow morning, notice the fog right near the coast at 5:00 a.m. it is going to be around there, around 8:00 a.m. as well. and then it will pull back from the coastline. but the fog in combination with a sea breeze will actually take a sea brhe temperatures down, k them down considerably along the coast a little bit inland. temperatures first thing in the morning mid 40s to the mid-50s. watch out for the fog near the coast. and then in the afternoon, i think you can get away with short-sleeved weather if you're going to be inland. 82 in concord, 81 in antioch, livermore. near the coast hang on the a light layer. 64 degrees. 69 in san francisco. 77, san rafael. low 80s in places like santa rosa, napa 79. 80 in san jose. 72 in oakland. fire danger is increasing. a fire weather watch for solano county and the north and east bay hills late friday night through early sunday morning. watch out. the winds are going to increase,
gusting up to 50. humidity going to drop 8 to 18%. and that is because we are going to see the down sloping wind with the dry vegetation. fire dangler be increasing. a reminder this weekend, fall back one hour saturday. sunrises at 7:37 in the morning. sunday, the sun comes up about an hour earlier. so, yes, it gets darker earlier, but at least you'll be coming up with sunshine earlier in the day. a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. morning fog giving way to a cooler afternoon. brief warm-up saturday before the temperatures go back down again. don't forget to check your smoke detector batteries as well. download the accuweather app. track the temperatures. they're going down into more fall-like category next week on election day, the weather looks nice. temperatures really for most of next week in the low 60s to mid and upper 70s. so it's going to feel like november. i know today really didn't feel like it. but i have seen this kind of warmth in november. so it is not that unusual. >> many times. thanks, sandhya, very much.
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he is unbelievable. and the raiders just flat out quit on jon gruden. this was embarrassing. oh, this is cute, though. nice scene at levi's stadium the first drive of mullens career. pierre garcon, the most open he's been in his life. mullens has a trophy for his mantle. mullens throws it right to daryl worley. that's what your hands are for. next play, you know what's going to happen here. mullens goes four yards to kendrick borne. touchdown, and the kid from southern miss, threw for 262 yards and three touchdowns. derek carr sacked six times in this game. i know the raiders are banged up on the offensive line, but that. they're doing kung fu kick out there. raheem 52 yard score. where is the defense? like there is nobody within five yards to put a hand on him.
unfortunately, moster broke his arm later in the game. otherwise all niners. gruden, what are we doing out here? 34-3. they're 2-7. the raiders, 1-7. >> i was on edge until the clock hit zero, to be honest. i was just ready to win and ready to keep going. you know, we were all banded together and ready to go. we're excited. we're ready to attack. i thought we did that well. he sent me a message before the game. he said no pressure, just be yourself. and that's what try to do before the game. and during the game and so just try to stay calm out there and lead the offense. >> i've heard a lot of negativity over the last six or seven months, and rightfully so. but we're going to build a championship football team here, and i know a lot of people as players, as fans, and, you know, just in general want to be a part of this. >> really? to the tank. nice lid. sharks, it's the 13th game. they've scored the first goal in 11 of them. kevin le bank, his first goal in
ten games. the problem is holding on the the lead. anthony duclair on the wraparound. in the second, seth jones redirecting off his skate. they say he did not kick it in. so that counts. nick gets behind the defense. backhand, his fourth, and the sharks fall 4-1. abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. wouldn't it be great if every one of us could have a moment like nick mullens where you're just a star, where nobody is expecting anything and you're just the man. on the other side for jon gruden, he keeps saying
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that's our report. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- julia roberts -- science bob pflugfelder -- the results of our youtube halloween challenge -- and music from tenacious d. and now if that's not enough -- here's jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: thank you very much. thanks. thanks for coming. thanks. thank you. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for being here. i hope you had a happy halloween. how many of you -- did you dress
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