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twelve people are dead after a gunman walked into a southern california bar and opened fire. a sheriff's deputy is among those killed. >> we learned law enforcement has identified the shooter. that i.d. has not been publicly released. >> first reports of the shooting came in 11:30 last night. it happened at the borderline bar & grill in thousand oaks, 40 mills southwest of los angeles. katie eutis has the latest development >> reporter: there are 13 total dead, including the deputy. there is a reunification station. this was college night at that club. we have a hotline for p looking to check on loved ones. i will share that number in a
moment. first, we have a photo of the ventura county sheriff's sergeant. this is sergeant ron helus, a 29-year veteran of the department. he is survived by a wife and son and was planning to retire just next year. the sheriff says helus and the chp officer entered the borderline bar & grill in thousand oaks 11:20 wednesday night. they arrived within minutes of the gunman opening fire. they exchanged shots. sergeant helus was hit. the chp officer pulled him out, but he died at the hospital. the gunman is also among the 13 dead. it is unclear if he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound or the deputy's fire. they have not released his name. witnesses say they saw the shooter throw a smokeombeforeene crowd of people. hundreds inside. the sheriff confirms they have recovered a handgun from the scene. but at this point it is still early in the investigation. the scene is not entirely clear.
our sister station kabc spoke with hero matt winterstrom. >> i heard the shots. tall, probably 6'2", 6'3" dark figure, all black, with his hood on. and he basically was unloading. and all i did is grab as many people as i could and pulled them underneath the table until i heard the shots -- until i heard a break in the shots. then we got people out of there as much as we could. >> it sounds like you smashed a window out? >> yeah, we did. >> describe that. >> bar stools go through windows. that works. >> i interviewed somebody who went through the window. you helped get them out. you pulled a lot of people out. >> that's all we could do. the only thing i could have wished for is to have something better than a bar stool. >> what did this guy look like? >> tall built, bigger figure,
maybe wearing a vest or something possibly. all dark, blacked out. >> reporters have been on scene all night talking to survivors. we are hearing the compelling stories. survivors are being taken to reunification center and the local hospital. as you can imagine, people broke out the windows, climbed over broken glass to escape. ma aei treated for those types of injuries. there are 10 to 15 people we know of who have been injured in addition to the initial gunshot victims who died. here's that hotline number for you. that is 805-465-6650. again, 805-465-6650. the sheriff called the sergeant a hero. people who rescued people from the gunfire. in the next half hour, we will have an update as deputies
search for a motive in this mass shooting. >> our sister station talkeddddd the people who knew sergeant helus. >> did you know sergeant helus? >> yes. >> i'm so sorry. you are trying to help. what keeps you going at a time like this? >> members of the public, concerned loved ones. we are hearing trying to make sure that everybody is established. everybody gets the comfort and care they need and the answers right now. >> and right now, when it comes to the scene, your guys are also still out there. what are you trying to do at the scene when it comes to witnesses. you still have a lot of people out there, right? >> we have multiagencies, fbi, sheriff's office investigating. it is a long, drawn-out process. i understand everybody wants answers and we are doing our best. >> can you share what kind of guy sergeant helus was?
>> he was a great guy. >> he was? >> he was. >> so tough for the colleagues to talk about his life but also be in the moment. >> they are just doing their job. >> they are still doing their job this morning. kabc has been on the air all night long covering this breaking news story. >> let's check in with them right now. >> remarkably calm, clear thinking. >> a lot has to do with life experience. what had they done before? had they been in situations where they were potentially in danger. a lot of things gives muscle memory. you have to take action, you have to take action. in this case he hid. hiding is not the preferred pfe cutf harms way. we saw an opportunity, if you look at the public service announcement, the training videos that are out there, the one co-produced by abc 7 and l.a. county sheriffs, you see where they hid or take some sort
of cover. when they see an opening, they move. and i think instinctually, people see that -- i hate to say i, but they see it in entertainment as well. sometimes it glor guys violence, and gun violence in particular. but they see that and they kind of remember, i've got to get out of here. in this case i think what it was he was in a place where he thought was safe for the time being, but maybe not long term was that safe. he saw an opportunity. and the main thing is he took action. and that's the the big thing we talk about in training for an active shooter, which is take action. don't sit there passively and be a victim. take action. move in. in fact, worst-case scenario, you have to fight. we talk about different things to do in that scenario, which is don't wait for them. throw things at them, distract them, try to get the weapon. the reality is if two people get
on a weapon and point the other way, i don't care who they are, they're going to have a tough time using that weapon if two people are doing that. >> we don't have any reports yet that that happened in this situation. but some people were describing the -- >> okay. you are watching sister station kabc in los angeles. they have continuing coverage of this breaking news throughout the night. the shooting happened 11:30 last night. it is still an investigation under way at the bar where this happened. 13 people dead, including the gunman. and you heard there them talking about the instincts that sometimes we now have to develop. unfortunately, shootings are all too common. people need to know how to get out of the situations. so many people impacted by not only the lives lost but people now, they are still looking to find their loved ones. were they shot? they are going hospital to
hospital to see if they were brought to a different hospital, where they're at, trying to get a hold of them. one former colleague of mine is looking for his niece. that is something that's ongoing right now. >> yeah. thousand oaks in southern california. not too far from the bay area. a lot of people may have family members that live down in southern california. students who are attending the university or college in that area. we will keep you up to date on the story throughout the morning. of course we will break in with any updates as soon as we get them. let's check our weather with mike. >> hi, everybody. we are seven hours into this high fire danger. another 26 hours with northeast winds gusting to 60 miles per hour. humidity levels down to possiblt w included in the high fire danger. take a look at our temperatures. we will start on the peninsula. 39, menlo park. the cold air drains from the top
of the hills, mountains, into the valleys. 44, redwood city. san mateo, in the 40s. everybody else in the 50s. mid to upper 40s on the east bay shore. 51, los gatos. upper 50s in livermore, antioch and napa. santa rosa, 42 degrees. a wide range of temperatures. mt. tam will get costar. they will go down to san pablo bay. we have a small craft individuals advisory. dry air. your lips could get chipped. it is almost dry enough to get a nose bleed. that's how much the air will lack water. noon, 60s across the board. coast, 67. rest of us 69. 68 at the coast at 4:00. mid-70s and then by 7:00, we're 57 to 61. all right. that's a look at your accuweather 12-hour planner. your neighborhood incomes coming up. here's alexis >> all right, mike.ht from mari
southbound 101 across golden gate bridge. zipper trucks have been through. two lanes heading north. no issues in that entire area. mass transit off to a nice start. 35 trains in service with no delays. ace 1 and 3 on time. so far so good, have not received word of any issues from ac transit. alexis, thank you. the giants are inviting fans to a celebration of the life of willie mccovey. he died last week at the age of 80. a ceremony is set for 11:30 at at&t park. watch a live stream on we'll more coverage of that breaking news in southern california.
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it's big. it's blue. and really it's a bully. this area of high pressure pushing all the storms around us. you can see the last six hours, the ridge is developing to the north. look at the storm track. follow the precipitation. it goes well up into canada, gives into the midwest, the gulf, and eastern seaboard. the green is where the heaviest rain will be. for us, absolutely nothing the next seven days. i'll have a temperature forecast coming up in my accuweather 7-day forecast. here's matt with more news. thank you, mike.
we are tracking breaking news out of southern california. a mass shooting at a bar in thousand oaks. 13 people are dead, including the suspect and ventura county sheriff's deputy. authorities tell abc news the gunman has been identified but they have not released his name. the shootingas night at borderline bar & grill. >> the gunman was inside the venue. as of now they have no motive for the shooting. ventura county sheriff identified the deputy killed as sergeant ron helus, a 29-year veteran of the department who considered retiring within the next year. we'll have much more on this story throughout our newscast. high fire danger in the north bay. >> another threat of pg&e turning off the power to prevent wildfires. here are all the areas that could be impacted. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live with news from the power company. >> reporter: hi, jessica. good news here behind me, the lights are on.
coffee shops and grocery stores will be open. you can see some flags. there is some wind. that's what they were worried about overnight. they did not turn off the power. last night there was a threat they were going to do that. where it really got hot was a townhall meeting. residents, business owners, all confronted pg&e to push them to do more for them when this happens. pg&e will not pay the claims from the businesses from the last power shut down from last month. business owners lost thousands of dollars when they turned the power off. they said they did it and they will do it again when it's too windy. they are worried wind can knock over power lines which could trigger a fire. >> we know how they rely on power and electricity. it's not an easy decision for us to make. we are only doing it for safety reasons, for high fire danger conditions in high fire threat
areas. >> reporter: the mayor tells us they pitched an idea, suggesting they bring in a big generator to power downtown the next time this happens. anything to help. businesses say their insurance companies are denying their claims. it looks like businesses will have to take the loss. they said they just can't afford to go through that again. live in calistoga, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. we want to take you back to our breaking news story. 12 people dead in a nightclub shoot anything thousand oaks. 13 if you include the gunman. >> kabc in los angeles has been on the air all night covering this breaking news story. let's check in with them right now. >> you actually saw the suspect come in. it sounds like he went straight for the front desk girl. >> yes, sir. >> describe it. >> he -- i had a clear line of sight at the front desk. i was talking to friends. i saw him walk in. i wasn't focused on him.
i saw him raising his hand maybe to put money on the counter like everyone did. first gunshot question on. i thought maybe somebody was playing a were prank with an m-80. i saw him fire at the girl at the front desk. >> did everybody at the bar realize what was going on? >> it took a couple seconds for everyone to realize it. as soon as i saw he had a gun, i knew what was going on. >> is and what did you do? >> he and my friend matt were a few feet away from each other. so we next to us. i tried to get as many people to cover under the pool table. when there was a break in fire, i went out to the patio. people out there didn't know what was going on. and i told them, you guys need to get out of here. run. >> what was the reaction? did people believe you? >> oh, yeah. they could see through the glass
what was going on. everyone was freaking out. it didn't take them long to realize i was being serious. >> no one it seems has a good description of the suspect. what did he look like? >> i didn't get a very good glimpse of his face. from what i saw it looked like he might have had facial hair and looked white. his build was probably between 6 and 6'2". and he was pretty stocky. >> dress indeed all black. >> all black. >> and as far as you could tell, he had one handgun. >> one gun is all i saw. and the breaks of fire seemed to indicate that he would to reload it. so he only had one. and you saw a chp officer writing a traffic ticket. >> i screamed out to him there is a shooter in there. he didn't seem to believe me at first. then saw people that there were people all around running and went in after. >> and that chp and the sergeant were the first responders on scene. >> i believe he was that chp
officer, yes. >> talk about inside the bar. college night, a lot of people are in there. this is a familiar place for j you?ttdo. of the people who come here are regulars. we all know each other. tonight was typical wednesday night during the school year. it wasn't as crowded assay a summer night would be. there was still about 120 people in there. >> do you know anyone who about would want to do anything bad to people here? any threats? >> i don't know of anybody who had any grudges against anybody. i didn't hear of any threats. it was a complete surprise. >> ten years ago somebody walks into a bar and starts shooting and people might be in disbelief. you seemed to immediately know this is the because it happens so often? why? >> i think it was because i saw he had a handgun. and i knew immediately what it was. i'm no stranger to gun shooting. that was i think what it was. when you hear gunshots and you
connect it with the image of a firearm, there is no mistaking it. >> eleven people, college students, so many of them killed inside of this bar. do you think you know any of them? >> a couple of our friends are still unaccounted for. so i'm afraid of the possibility that i might. >> and how do you reconcile that? >> i can't. it still hasn't completely registered. >> you say he went to the front desk. do you think that's because it was the first peurpb he saw? >> i think it was the first person he saw. very easy. all he had to do was walk in the front door and turned right. >> because he turned it allowed a lot of people like you and matt to get out, is that right? >> that, and the fact that he didn't go immediately for the crowd. he went to behind the desk.
with the reloading as well gave us time to get things done. >> does that mean he was focusing on employees? >> it seemed to be that way. that's the only people who go back there is to put their jackets back there. there were usually two or three bouncers behind the desk. >> thank you so much for talking to us. >> you are listening to our sister station kabc in los angeles. interviewing somebody who was inside the bar. he said there are friends unaccounted for. that gives me chills. >> they don't know who was inside. we will have more on abc 7. you can download our abc 7 news app. you are never more than 7 minutes away from my accuweather forecast. good morning to you. let's take a look at what's going on at home in san jose. 54 degrees. my accuweather highlights, sunny and warm.
high fire danger continues. now it will taper tonight, along with the breeze. still flirting with a chance of rain during the week of thanksgiving. i don't want to say it's definitive. every time we go 10, 12, 14 days out, there is a chance of rain. then they say, my bad. no, not a chance of rain. keep it in the back of our mind. mid to upper 70s throughout the south bay half moon bay, daly city. sunset and 76 in downtown san francisco. 74 to 79 through north bay valleys. east behave shore, 74 to 77. east bay hills, 77 to 78. we'll be back in the 40s and 50s except our deepest valleys. a few upper 30s tonight. temperatures well warmer than average through next week. here's alexis. all right, mike. taking a look at the roads, a
couple new issues. a crash involving a motorcycle. it sounds like we don't have major injuries. still working on confirmation for how many lanes we have blocked. heavy between antioch and pittsburg. typical delays filling in. central lafayette exit, a crash spun out and hit a couple other vehicles. not much of a delay there yet. waiting for official word that the bay bridge metering lights are on. it definitely looks like they are. are. a bit o welcome to emirates mr. jones. just sit back, relax and let us entertain you... ...with over 3,500 channels of entertainment, including the latest movies and box sets from around the world. ( ♪ ) we even have live sports and news channels. ( ♪ ) and your free wi-fi will start shortly. enjoy your flight mr. jones. world's best inflight entertainment. fly emirates. fly better.
world's best inflight entertainment. [sneezing] ♪ you don't want to cancel your plans. [sneezing] cancel your cold. the 1-pill power of new advil multi-symptom cold & flu knocks out your worst symptoms. cancel your cold, not your plans. new advil multi-sympm cold & flu. here are the 7 things to know before you go. number one, breaking news out of southern california. 13 people are dead after a mass shooting at a bar in thousand oaks. it happened during college country night. a ventura coun sheriff's deputy and the suspect are among those dead. the fbi is on scene right now assisting with the investigation. >> number two, we now have a
photo of the sheriffs sergeant who was kids as he responded to the shooting. this is sergeant ron helus, 29-year veteran of the department. number three, critical fire dangers spread. red flag warning through 7:00 tomorrow morning. >> number four, pg&e has sent out alerts to calistoga residents warning them they may shut off their electricity today. officials say it would be done for safety reasons because of the high fire danger in the area. democrats are calling for an investigation into the timing of jeff sessions's resignation as attorney germ. he said he submitted his resignation yesterday at the president's request. democrats see it as a move to quash the russia probe. and the celebration of the life of willie mccovey today. a celebration at 11:00 this morning at at&t park. >> number seven, we have a
couple of collections to talk about on the roads here this morning. our main issue is this crash on westbound highway 4 near loveridge road. it is involving a motorcycle. the left center lane is blocked. >> thanks, alexis. we're coming back with another 90 minutes of news, including emotional reaction from people who were inside the
i'm 56. i lived my life. they're all young this. shouldn't have happened to them. >> absolutely heartbreaking interview after a gunman kills 12 people at a southern california bar. the gunman is also dead. >> and this morning we have learned more details about a deputy who ran into the building to save others. he was killed during those heroic actions.
officers have been updating us all night long. >> abc 7 news reporter katie out his is following the latest. >> reporter: cal investigators have identified the shooter but they have not released his identity to the the public. the 11 victims inside the bar. sheriff's deputies are still working to identify the families before releasing names. president trump said in part, great bravery shown by police. california highway patrol was on scene within three minutes with first officer to enter shot numerous times. that sheriffs sergeant died in the hospital. god bless all of the victims and families of the victims. thank you to lys sergeant and chp officer first
arrived shortly after 11:20, within minutes of the shooting. it is a country bar in thousand oaks. the chp officer pulled him out. he died at the hospital. the gunman among the 13 dead. it's unclear if he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound or deputy's fire. hundreds were inside. it was college night. the sheriff confirms recovering a handgun from the scene. it is still early in the investigation. the sheriff said this about their investigation. >> our partners from the fbi were on scene almost immediately to help us with the identification process. with crime scene linked to this or not. as you know, these are ongoing investigations. that information will come out as soon as we are able to determine exactly who the
suspect was and what motive he might have had for this horrific event. >> we have some votes of the ventura county sheriff's deputy who was killed. this is sergeant ron helus, a 29-year veteran of the department. he is survived biff wi wif wif e and son. many are at the hospital. as you can imagine, people broke out windows using bar stools and climbed over broken glass to escape. there are 10 to 15 people that we know who are injured in addition to the 11 shot and ub. family members are arriving on scene to learn if they are safe, injured or even dead at this point. here's a hotline for family numbers to call. 805-465- 805-465-6 805-465-6650. many believed to be students from pepperdine oracle lutheran.
it was a very popular club. we are hearing new details, hearing that the shooter targeted employees first. >> people who survived this mass shoot anything thousand oaks, we have been listening to their stories. understandably shaken up. >> they offered hugs and words of comfort. one said she was dancing with her friends. >> it sounded like firecrackers. and everyone just dropped down to the floor. >> i thought it was a joke. ur fends got the bar t balls the stools and they started slamming it against the windows so we could get out. >> thrgh the window. >> a father was at the bar with his stepson during the shooting. he says they were about do leave when the gunman opened fire. >> here's what he told kabc
early this morning. >> it was live and it was real. my son thought it was a joke. so i pulled him down and got some cover. i looked up and he was moving to the right. he shot the doorman, bouncer, just a young man. he shot the cashier, just a young girl. then he started moving to the right. he wasn't looking at us. then he went into the office where all the cash and stuff is. he didn't say anything at all. he just started shooting. and i should have stayed until he changed his clip. but i was worried about my boy. but i should have stayed. i apologize to anybody who got hurt. i'm sorry. >> there is not much have done
in a situation like that. >> they're all young. i'm 56. i lived a life. they're all young. this shouldn't have happened to them. it was just so -- taking lives that shouldn't have been taken. >> the father says he heard the gunman pause and reload the gun. eventually he and his stepson left the bar. obviously you heard him say he wishes he would have stayed inside to help more people. >> such a tough situation to be in. he is safe. his son is safe. so traumatizing to see the terrible shooting that happened inside that bar. right now we want to turn to abc news reporter alec stone. he is in thousand oaks just outside the borderline bar. the scene is still being processed. the last we heard there were still parents showing up at the scene trying to find perhaps their kid that is missing still. is that still the case there?
>> reporter: yeah. a number of family members have been showing up here outside the borderline bar & grill trying to get some information on their loved ones. they don't know if their loved ones are in there or not. they knew they were coming here last night. they haven't heard from them since. it could be an issue of not being able to communicate with their loved one. they're looking for information. we have also seen from that college friends. they knew their buddies were coming here last night or they were with them at this bar and they haven't seen them since and haven't been able to talk to them. there isomnitry reunite those with those who were inside. >> this is a long process for this investigation. the bar could be blocked off for several days. what are you seeing right there with police, the fbi? >> reporter: yeah. still a lot of activity here.
the fbi, joint terrorism task force is here in case this goes down the road of terrorism. right now it doesn't look like there is any indication of that. but if this turns out to be terrorism, then the fbi will take over the investigation. if it is not terrorism, it will remain the case of ventura county. a couple of things. we know that law enforcement has now identified the shooter. we are not going to i.d. him right now. but we do know it is a white man in his late 20s. this is all happening right now from several law enforcement sources who we have been speaking to. the gun was legally purchased. it was a .45 caliber glock that was used. now the process is beginning to figure out who this guy really was. if he lived in the area,th ve.
that's what they want to know. it's all hands on deck to figure out the motive. >> a shooter going into a bar with hundreds of very young people. it was college night there last night. so it safe to assume that some of the victims inside the bar are very young? >> reporter: yeah. we don't know their ages just yet. but likely yes. the bar was full of college students. it was known in this area that on wednesday night, you go to this bar. if you're in college, you party here. you have a drink, you line dance. that's what they were doing. they were having a couple of drinks. they were line dancing here at this bar when the gunman walked in and began shooting. and then we heard from a number of people who were inside. they say the countryhecodear the pop, pop of the gunfire coming from the .45 caliber hanigan. they ran out. people hid in the attic, in a
back room. they overturned the tables trying to use them as bullet-proof shields even though a table is not going to stop a bullet. they were doing everything they could to stay alive. people, much like what we saw last year in las vegas. i happened to be in las vegas that night. we saw the people racing out bloody. same thing was happening here. people were running quite a ways away down the street around thousand oaks just trying to get away from that threat as the gunfire was under way. >> really a terrifying night. alex stone reporting from thousand oaks just outside of borderline bar & grill. >> alex had new information for us. the weapon that was used, a .45 caliber glock that apparently was obtained legally. a white man in his 20s that lived in the area. he talked about the possibility that they did bring in the fbi, joint terrorism task force to investigate whether or not this is terrorism. obviously that will all come out with the motive.
and that is. the case, then the federal agencies will then take over the investigation from the ventura county sheriff's office. right now the ventura county sheriff's office leading that investigation on the scene >> that's right. that investigation very much under way at this hour. 5:40 in the morning. the shooting happened at 11:30 last night. if you have the abc 7 news app, you were first alerted to this mass shooting right when it happened just after mid night when we got word of it. you can download the app, kphufpli customize it to get breaking news where you live. now to mike with a little bit on our weather as we look to thehe. >> hey, jessica. hey, matt. the santa cruz mountains in this. so critical fire conditions developed last night. they will continue to increase. the winds up to 60 miles per hour in the areas in red, which is above 1,000 feet. humidity levels and vegetation bone dry. the fire starts and spreads easily today.
the winds will affect the ferry, especially north of the golden gate and east of the bay bridge. small craft advisory. breezy at times but nothing like it will be on the water or above 1,000 feet. 47 in saratoga to 60 we have microclimates everywhere from 37 in novato, nearly 60 in san francisco, 58 right now in danville. look at the winds. up on the east bay hills, gusting to 25. they are only going to get faster. as we head throughout the day, enjoy the sunshine. extremely dry temperatures near 60s everywhere at noon. even the coast will feel warmth today. mid 70s for the rest of us. back down to 57 to 60. you'll definitely need a coat heading out this evening. we want to bring in a lex skpeus answ -- alexis and answer any questions you have about traffic. >> we definitely have slow
spots, so we will highlight those now. highway 4, a crash involving a motorcycle. no serious injuries. that is good news. westbound 4 near loveridge, that is clear to the shoulder. some of the red is residual delay. we have typical heavy volumes in the stretch between antioch and pittsburg as well. 10 extra minutes for your commute heading through that area. westbound 24, i have an update in central lafayette, right at pleasanton road. it is off on the shoulder. they had to run a traffic break from 680. it has cleared out. tolllaza metering lights are on. carpool lanes open.
sunday. back into the mid-50s. notice with those cold fronts, still not a chance of rain or snow. >> thank, mike. we continue tracking breaking news out of southern california. a mass shooting at a bar in thousand oaks. 13 people are dead, including the suspect. and ventura county sheriff's deputy. the gunman has now been identified. >> per multiple law enforcement officials, he is a white male in his late 20s. a .45 caliber glock was legally purchased. as of right now, they have no motive for the shooting. the fbi is on the scene assisting in the investigation as they try to figure out a possible motive >> let's listen to kabc in los angeles. >> -- get guns and going on a rampage. we need to do something. we are in the safest city in the nation. it is something we need to ability act on. i hope every time we have a
shooting, we do something. it's time to act. i hope congress acts. we need to act. i want to take a moment to say our hearts go out to sergeant helus. we have lost a wonderful 29-year veteran of our sheriff's department. our hearts go out to the family. >> you obviously know a lot of people who are coming in here as mayor here. how do we move forward as a community? >> obviously we have to embrace and give everything we can to the families and give them everything we can. right now they want to know -- these are people in the prime of their life. these young men and young women. and their loss you ca never overand want to ma that we can give them any comfort that we can. and part of that comfort goes back to what i'm saying is we need to actually have something
come from this than just the grieving. we need to stop this. >> thank you for your time. i really appreciate it. thank you for helping the families in there as well. back to you in the studio. again, we're at 1375 jans for family members, friends looking for loved ones in the aftermath of the shooting. this is where you're asked to come and they are hoping to help you out. it will be a long day here and a sad and unfortunate day. >> you're watching kabc, our sister station in los angeles. they have had continuing coverage of this breaking news story, a shooting? thousand oaks a lot a bar where a lot of college students were attending late last night. they have been on the scene throughout the morning. of course we will be check anything and updating you on that story throughout the day. >> now it is time to check in t. a red flag warning. >> high fire danger will spread to the santa cruz mountains. all of our elevations above 1,000 feet are under the gun
through 7:00 tomorrow morning. that's my number one highlight. the breezy, dry conditions that brought us the red flag warning. the fire danger will taper as breezes taper. the highs will stay on the warm side of average. microclimates, 75 to nearly 80 degrees across the south bay. san jose, 77. santa cruz, 78 degrees today. 75 to 77. narrow but pretty warm on the peninsula. let's talk about the 70s reaching the coast. half moon bay, close to pacifica, 69. 71, daly city. sunset is 70. south san francisco, sausalito, pushing the mid-70s this afternoon. that may make you switch what you were going to wear today. along the east bay shore, a narrow range from 74 in hercules to fremont at 77. as you move into the valleys, about 77 to 79 degrees. tonight, microclimates won't be quite as widespread as breezes
taper. 30s in our deepest valleys. most of us in the mid to upper 40s. my accuweather 7-day forecast, not a single drop of weather but really nice conditions for veterans day sunday. >> good morning, mike. want to head to the central valley on our traffic maps. boy, we have some significant delays. although nothing is blocking. 4 miles per hour on westbound 205. 12 miles per hour at 580. 58 0, approaching that through the mountain house parkway area, 16 miles per hour. so it is just really tough today. ace rail is on time if you want to use that for an alternate. we have some type of hazard northbound 87 before 280. not sure if it is a disabled vehicle or debris. but chp is on the way to the scene. northbound 101, state route 92, a person was traveling at a high
rate of speed before losing control. that is one we will keep an eye on >> thank you, alexis. much more breaking news coverage of the mass shooting in thousand oaks. >> 13 people are dead, including a ventura county sheriffs a ventura county sheriffs sergeant and welcome to emirates mr. jones. just sit back, relax and let us entertain you... ...with over 3,500 channels of entertainment, including the latest movies and box sets from around the world. ( ♪ ) we even have live sports and news channels. ( ♪ ) and your free wi-fi will start shortly. enjoy your flight mr. jones. world's best inflight entertainment. fly emirates. fly better.
metering lots at 5:24. everyone has a bit of a wait back to the maze with the exception of the carpool lane. >> we will take you through the humidity levels. just about 20% for all of them. the winds starting to develop in the sacramento valley. gusts will continue through noon. once the sunsets, another push of 30 to 40-mile-per-hour gusts in the evening hours. fire danger is over. it will still be bone dry heading into the weekend. let's get more news. a deadly shooting inside a bar in thousand oaks, california. 12 people are confirmed dead.
the gunman is also dead. that brings the death total to 13. >> a white man in his late 20s. the gun he used was legally purchased. we will check back in with our sister station kabc in los angeles. they have been covering all morning long. >> she dropped her cell phone, get as far away from the shooter you can, and don't make yourself a target. she did exactly what she was supposed to do. someone else had their phone, we got a call at roughly 11:20. she said, dad, there's been a shooting. i'm okay. i'm hiding in the hills. we're up here by the cactus. >> what are you feeling being able to see your daughter? >> relief. that's my oldest kid. chef just turned 19 pretty recently. >> no, i didn't. >> about six months ago. >> she's 19 years old. i'm proud of her. >> i saw him moving rapidly to
the right when he came in. after hedoorman. he said nothing at all. he didn't say anything. i heard at least 8 to 10 shots. i got outside and still heard the shots. there was a pause. i knew he re clclireclipped. by that time my son had came out. i was running back in to get him because he didn't follow me like i asked him to. i think he panicked a little bit and just froze. >> how old is he? >> he's 26. he's fine. i got him -- i just started yelling, john, john, let's go, let's go. we ran to the car. that's when we saw the sheriff pulling up. and i believe that's the sheriff that lost his life.
and i want to say i'm so sorry for his family. he was so brave to come into the shots. it was a scary situation for everyone, it really was. the young kids were just having a good time, you know, enjoying themselves. none of them deserved this at all. it's a travesty. >> how is your son doing? >> he's going to be traumatized for a little while, as i will, i think. because we made it out. there's quite a few people that didn't, and they were all young. they had a long life to live. and i feel kind of guilty that i -- >> okay. you are hearing reaction from our sister station in los angeles. we have been covering this shooting throughout the night for us. the shooting happening in thousand oaks, about 40 miles west of los angeles. >> next at 6:00, much more from southern california. we'll have much more on the
at 6:00 this morning, we continue tracking breaking news out of southern california. 13 people dead, including this sheriff's deputy and the gunman. >> it happened at the borderline bar & grill in thousand oaks. a cop hrar bar for pepperdine and cal lutheran students. first, we want to check weather and traffic. hi, mike. >> all right. this all has to do with the fire danger. let's jump in and show you the red flag warning and what you are going to see are areas have been added, unfortunately. the santa cruz mountains until 7:00 tomorrow morning.