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now news to build a better bay area from abc 7. two local shops in san francisco were each hit by a thief that used the same tactic to steal from the cash register. thank you for joining us. >> the owners are both out hundreds of dollars. and joins us live with more on this story. >> reporter: it's less than 50 seconds. in both cases the suspect waited for police to look away, walked up to the cash registers and walked away with hundreds of dollars. take a look. 7:30 p.m. friday, approximately 12 customers. one of them was this man.
>> reached his arm around, felt for the key, turned it and grabbed the money, closed the drawer and went straight out this way. >> reporter: how long did it take him? >> literally, like, ten seconds. >> those were ten seconds where it was left unattended. the same employees watch the video and recognize the suspect from earlier in the day. they believe he was learning their habits and taking notes. >> he came and came back 15/20 minutes later, grabbed a water and left. >> lee got to work on foot and online. >> i made flyers to pass around to local businesses and people around the neighborhood. >> they recognized the thief. >> we look at the pictures
and -- >> reporter: turns out wednesday around 8:00 p.m., he had become a victim of the performed almost exactly. >> walking to the shop and leaned ever and open up the cash register and walked away. >> reporter: this time they lost $220. a lot for this local shop. >> i just hope that he gets taught before he does it again. >> reporter: they did file a police report. they have not confirmed if both thefts were by the same person. abc 7 news. we're learning more about the miracle rescue today. thigh were found after they had been missing for more than a week.
>> abc 7 news reporter joins us with the story. >> i remember i say it several times. they're alive. we found them. >> reporter: quincy webster was the first to find the couple missing in the point raies wildernize for more than a week. >> we're like what are your names? and we're amazed. because they seem like they got lost yesterday. >> reporter: new images show the remote where 77-year-old carol and her husband, 72-year-old ian irwin were located. several hundred yards from the nearest road. >> they spent the next four days crawling through the brush. i understand from ian, he would stand up and fall into the brush to compress it. >> they set out on a walk
valentine's day and got lost when the sun went down. >> 24 reason they are most likely alive is they were drinking from a puddle they found near where they were locate pd. >> reporter: they were still able to give thumbs up at the hospital they were being treated. but told rescuers they almost had given up hope. friends and neighbors have decorated the couple's home and are planning a big party when they get back. >> we were planning a memorial. this party that i'm going to throw, which is a welcome home celebration of life party was going to be a sorry you're gone celebration of life. it's a very different party. >> reporter: it's still unclear when the couple may be allowed to go home from the hospital. they say they look forward to telling their amazing story of survival at somepoint but for now they're focussed on recovery
and are requesting privacy. >> we do have more details on the couple's ordeal, how they survived and the rescue crews that hemmed save their lives. abc 7 news.com. and residents have questions for police after suffering through a series of loud, chaotic side shows. question number one, why didn't police officers break them up sooner? lauren martinez has our story. it's screeching. >> police responded to four different. >> reporter: 23rd and deloris and 30th and geary woke up to the sound and smells of burning
rubber and smoke. >> there are people rooting him on and an inability to stop what was happening. >> reporter: at the intersection of 30th and geary, several skid marks are still left over. several people who called police. >> and the police came 30 minutes later and they say they couldn't do nothing about it. and they just watched. >> reporter: other neighbors say police did what they could and blocked off streets. >> you can't stand in front of it. you can't stop it. maybe if they'd had more police because there were only like two or three i could see. >> reporter: police say no citations were made, no arrests and no injuries were reported. but the side shows are still under investigation. >> i hope they know more and learn more and hopefully they can do something. some type of consequence because it's not okay.
developing news out of oakland. so far no signs of a cancer-causing chemical in the air. experts are conducting more tests with syringe-like devices looking for tce or trichloral ethylene. they will remain closed tomorrow. two meetings are set for tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in the library at 991 14th street. san francisco's former public works director shared details after being arrested on federal corruption charges. he could face 20 years in prison. "san francisco chronicle" insider and abc 7 news contributor reports he spent two days being interviewed by the city attorney's office and the city attorney then issued ten subpoenas to companies connected
to the public works department. >> reporter: going to feature major milestones in the drive pattern. >> reporter: the record territory we're entering over the next few days. >> and the last time we saw rain was way back on january 28th. our current dry pattern began on the 29th of last month. fast forward to the february calendar. we have not seen a drop of rain. so, the week ahead on friday, the 28th, that will mark 31 days without a drop of rain and that will enter top five territory for driest stretches we have ever had. and we make it to the 29th without any rain, that means we went the entire month without rain. it's only happened one other time, way back in 1864. the record, by the way, 43 consecutive days without rain.
if we make it to march 11, we will hide that record. we're not talking about rain, unfortunately, the week ahead. some areas are at 80 degrees. we'll show you where and who could in a few minutes. still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00 as part of our efforts to build a better bay area, we're kicking off bart week. talk about his plans for improving your experiences. and is she about to enter "the matrix"? why you may see san francisco mayor along side keanu reeves. and it may be a sign of the times. wh grand now we have to deal withed us this.rs.
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abc 7 news back on bart one year later. bart is making changes. is it making a difference? every bart line, every problem, every solution we can find. >> as part of our efforts to build a better bay area tonight we're kicking off bart week. >> bart has seen a decrease in ridership. that's fewer passengers on nights and weekends since 2014. they caught up with bart's general manager. and i have to make sure you feel safe and have added presence in the system we're working on. and for you and the family of
four, i have to make it competitive. so, how about i give you 50% off on the weekends. >> looking at half off for the weekends? >> for sure. we're looking at incentives to drawback ridership. we're going to have a discussion at our board workshop in the next couple of weeks. tee it up and see if there's an appetite for it. from bart staff, we want to regain the trust of the ridership. >> well, half off on weekend would be a headliner. >> it's a starter. >> half off, all safe, you might have a winner. >> reporter: and bob powers conversation, might continue tomorrow. he's been asking many of the questions you've been asking, including what's being done to stop -- and you can watch wednesdays and sundays and we want to hear your ideas about
building a bay area and a better bart. in the east bay police in pleasanton are looking for three peepb people behind a home-invasion robbery. the residents says two black men broke the rear sliding glass door and confronted her with a gun. security video obtained by police showed there were three men. the victim was not injured. a neighborhood fixture will close after keeping people informed for the last 30 years. juicy news sold the sunday editions of 64 different newspapers. it also featured 1800 different magazines and books from 23 different global publishers. juicy news will close march 3rd. and a computer repair shop will close after 20 years.
it even appeared in a documentary. the owner has ran it since 1981. he says declining sales forced him to close california typewriter and after it closes, another one will remain open in berkeley. san francisco mayor, london breed was supposed to show up for shoot on thursday but not clear whether or not that's happened. she even reportedly went through a costume fitting session. filming has been going on in san francisco for several weeks. this has led to a number of sightings of the film, at least, keanu reeves. we'll tie a record we don't want to tie. and year going to enter the top five driest stretches we've
had without rain and we're entering. it remains dry overnight and remains dry for much of the week ahead. the highlight is going to be those warm temperatures headed our way the next couple of days. a live look outside. it's really calm out there. winds are really light. less than 10 miles per hour. we'll have patchy fog overnight around the bay shoreline but all in all a pretty sunny start for a lot of us first thing in the morning. what's happening over the last couple of days in the short term, what we're going to find is mainly clear skies overnight tonight. year calling it a spring fling overnight, especially wednesday and thursday, close to 80 degrees and our warmest spot along the coastline, we're going
to feel this warm up and that dry pattern again extends to the next seven days. we're slowly dropping to the 40s and 50s. 53 in a city with a light breeze. 50 in san jose and liver more a little cooler coming into the current temperature of 45 degrees. here is live doppler 7. the story we've been tracking for what seems like several weeks, any rainfall or snow in portland or seattle. it will stay there for the week. high pressure still is in control over california. and that means early quiet pattern over the next couple of days. numbers dropping to the 30s in the north bay. elsewhere we'll find low to mid-40s overnight tonight. watch what happens. 5:00 tomorrow morning. light patchy fog around the shoreline. nothing too intense or dense in nature. we're anticipating a lot of
sunshine for your day tomorrow. highs respond appropriately. up to 67 in oakland, 63 in the city. 69 the high in san jose. up to 71 degrees. watch what happens on wednesday. we'll see wide-spread 70s in a lot of spots, even in the 70s. we'll hit 70 on thursday and our warmest spots going to the low 80s and that warm weather will peek by thursday afternoon. it's mild tomorrow. a lot of sunshine. that dry pattern continues. there's that warmer weather. wednesday and thursday it's going to feel like spring around here. we're all cooler on saturday and then sunday, along the coast, there could be an isolated shower. nothing substantial, nothing significant, really. nonetheless, we'll track that warmth. >> sounds good.
still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00 five months after it opened, chase center welcomed its 1 millionth guest. >> if you missed tonight's showing of "32 seconds, a deadly night in rome" it goes into depth when a italian police officer was killed. two men from the bay area face charges in the death of that officer. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors. and now we have to deal with this. climate change is an emergency. that's why i wrote the nation's most progressive climate law. and that's why i'm endorsing tom steyer. because when big oil tried to stop our clean air laws, he led us to victory. same with the keystone pipeline. when tom says we can save the world and do it together
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see stephen curry on the court. assuming there are no setbacks, he's set to return when they host the wizards at chase center. first quarter, pelicans up one. zion williamson, the top overall pick, slammed it home. drains the wide-open three. couple of 19-year-olds going on this play. later in the first oakland zone, juan anderson. nice defense, posable to jordan pool. back to one. ledame leen lee, one on the alley-oop. 16 off the bench. just how good is zion? grabs his own rebound. this is my ball. i will not be denied, hoop and the foul and a big old celebration. third quarter tied. pelicans in transition and zion dunking on the other end. new orleans dominate the final 24 minutes.
zion, another dunk. game high, 28. pelicans won, 118-101. >> he's explosive and knows how to play. he makes really good passes out there, he recognizes double-teams. but he's a really great young player without much experience at all. so he's only going to get better. >> it was the first time it was eye opening. we all see how huge he is physically. he has a lot of upsides. i'm excited for him. i wish him the best. >> and cardinal on the tournament bubble. great feed to jaden delaird, set up the jam. cardinals up ten. in transition, tyrell terry hooping the foul. rolling right along. a little later, how about sharing is caring?
terry to desilva dialing from distance. 18-9, 7-7. the nhl trade deadline tomorrow at noon. there could be a lot of movement in the final hours. we'll have to wait and see. today the sharks on long island taking on the isles. they have a very busy night tomorrow. sharks down 1-0. the shot. tiping it home. tied at one. anders lead, finished with his second goal of the game. 2-1 islanders on that. they out shot new york but couldn't get anything else to go. they've only scored four goals in their last three. sharks fall 4-1. cute video of the day comes from the xfl. a girl scout holding a sign thin mints for a football.
he know as deal when he sees one. he'll make that trade any day of the week. he's just going to eat them on the sideline. it's all good. yeah, we all want thin mints. you would give me yours. i was kidding earlier. >> i did an investigation. there is a picture of a browny and hershey kisses. conveniently omitted. >> more to come at 11:00. the coronavirus continuing to spread in south korea. >> plus feeling the burn. what bernie sanders is up to now that h
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in south korea, nearly half of them tied to a single church. american alex johnson lived with his family. >> you can see this is one of the busiest roads in our neighborhood. and you can see there's no people on the streets. in almost all of these restaurants are closed. >> reporter: in italy the mayor of venice cutting short the carnival celebration. and they're stepping up bans as the number of cases rises to 150. and in northern italy some participants taking extra precaution. many areas of iran under partial lockdown as the death toll rises to eight, the highest outside china. president trump says the situation is under control. >> well, it's a big situation going on throughout the world and i could say the united states, we very much close our
doors to certain areas and through certain areas and we'll see what happens. but we have the greatest doctors in the world. >> reporter: abc news, london. >> verizon is the third company to pull out of the conference over fears of the coronavirus. meanwhile, mayor london breed wrote that san francisco is open for business and events will proceed as planned. we must set an example to prevent fear and misinformation from guiding our actions. bernie sanders with the big win yesterday in nevada. he's already on to the next race. >> reporter: fresh off his resounding victory in nevada, senator bernie sanders now focusing on other early voting states. >> don't tell anybody. i don't want to get them nervous. we're going to win the
democratic primary of texas. >> reporter: president trump said he does not care who he runs against. >> but i congratulate bernie sanders and if it's going to be him, he has a substantial lead. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: before voters in 14 states head to the polls on super tuesday, south carolina will hold its primary this saturday. joe biden is hoping for a comeback. >> our core values, our very democracy, everything that's made america america is at stake and i don't think that's an exaggeration. >> reporter: south carolina congressman believe as sanders nomination could be a burden for others running in his state. >> this is south carolina and they're pretty leery about that title, socialist. >> reporter: a concern echoed by mayor pete buttigieg. >> i am here to make a case for
a politics that pays attention to the effect our nominee will have on the crucial house and senate and other races across the country. >> reporter: with less than a week until voters in south carolina head to the polls, the fight to the nominations intenshifies. >> but i want to have someone heading up this ticket that's going to bring people with her. >> we have a lot of states to go and right now i can feel the momentum. so, let's stay in the fight. >> reporter: austin, texas. >> to learn more about all the candidates, you'll want to check out "chasing california" on the abc 7 news app, youtube and amazon fire. we've spent time with michael bloomberg, bernie sanders and pete buttigieg and yang so far. president trump arrived in india. he was greet would flower garlands and the prime minister.
the trip will include a tour to taj mahal and a dinner to new delhi. just moment businessfos before e president tweeted in hindi we are ready to visit india. still ahead tomorrow fans will gather at l.a. staples senter to remember kobe bryant and his daughter, gianna. what we know about the celebration of life for the two. and it's a clear night tonight but tomorrow we're tracking a lot of sunshine and warm weather. of millions of americans during wall strethe recession.advantage so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power.
invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. this is a stodream.the american it starts here, in a middle class neighborhood with a middle class kid named mike. when his father died, his mother went to work and became the breadwinner. she instilled in mike a belief in hard work and a drive to build a better life. so he started a company from scratch with an idea and endless hours- today, that makes him the only democrat in the race who's created 20,000 jobs. he's the only democrat who's run the largest and most diverse city in america, rebuilding after 9-11, creating over 450,000 jobs and expanding health care coverage to 700,000 people. the only democrat who's built a grassroots movement to combat gun violence and he's a leader combatting climate change. the only democrat who's never
taken a penny from special interests. now mike is running to deliver on the american dream for everyone with common sense solutions and the ability to get it done. because mike bloomberg is the only democrat who can take on trump. and trump knows it. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. of millions of americans during wall strethe recession.advantage so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power.
invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. 20,000 people have tickets for tomorrow's public memorial for kobe bryant and his daughter, gianna. >> that's just a fraction of those that wanted to attend. this comes near lae a month after they died along with seven others in a helicopter crash. here with more.
>> reporter: thousands of mourners are expected to gather at the staple center in los angeles monday morning to remember kobe bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, gianna. it's been nearly a month since they died in a helicopter crash along with seven other people. nearly a quarter of a million people paid tribute outside the lakers' arena. but on monday police will be setting up check points. >> if you don't have tickets and credentials, then you'll not be allowed into the venue. >> reporter: the screens outside the staples center will not be broadcasting the service. >> i grew up here. so, it's emotionel for me. >> reporter: organizers distributing 90,000 tickets. >> touched a lot of lives here. it's sad that everyone can't attend.
>> reporter: his widow, vanessa, calling it a celebration of life. they the date represent the numbers kobe and gianna wore to their uniform. they can honor kobe and gianna and make a contribution to the mamba and mambacita sports foundation, the newly renamed nonprofit that provides opportunities to young people through sports. a warning after a man paid a ransom for the return of his dog. he paid $1,000 for the return of his king cavalier spaniel. he says he posted flyers looking for his dog and then received a call from a man saying he had her. >> it's like having a kid take it. now, it's getting to the point where dogs are being taken out of cars. nothing can be left in a car.
>> reporter: police say people can put themselves in danger -- they advice against it. thousands gather for the third annual black joy parade. the mission is to provide the black community and allies an experience that celebrates their influence on cultures. they got chance to compete for a best inflow award. $10,000 was divided among four winners who had the best choreography, outfit and creativity. a group of moms of children with down syndrome or special needs came to the station to raise awareness and have a good time. they come from all over the bay area and central valley. many surprised me, i loved it, bringing copies of my book to sign. they said they wanted to promote inclusion and diversity. they're sassy. >> they are, indeed. and some are from fresno and fans of kris's when he was there.
>> and fans of drew. >> it's always fun to visit the green screen where, i live most of my life. mid-30s to upper 40s is our starting temperatures out the door tomorrow morning. again the next 24 hours. tomorrow you'll notice in the afternoon it is a warmer day. you see spots away from the coast into the seevts. about 63 in the city, up to 67. just a light breeze out there. wednesday we're well into the upper 70s in our hottest spots and watch what happens thursday. san jose and fairfield. we'll get to the 70s. this is widespread. february warmth headed our way. mild tomorrow, dry skies. warmer weather hits us thursday. and fog returns on friday.
much cooler to end out february and there's a chance of isolated drizzle first thing saentd morning. >> you're crossing your fingrs for the rain. >> and for return of the best shooter. >> we cannot wait. coming up one week from now we expect to see steph back on the floor at chase center. fighting climate change isn't just about polar bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why i wrote the law to send billions from polluters to communities suffering the most. and only one candidate for president was with us back then, tom steyer. and he's still fighting for us, pledging to make clean air and clean water a right for everyone, regardless of your zip code. that's the truth. that's tom steyer. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message.
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in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. the first battle of the bay in spring training goes to the giants. oakland starter tosses two innings of shutout baseball and giants win 5-3. early this week yours truly spent time with the giants and a's respectively. tonight a closer look at oakland. 97 wins in consecutive seasons.
followed by losses in the wildcard games. they plan to make a run deep into october. does that set the tone for spring and what was the story with that? >> he came in and said he was getting old. no, but it was fun. he's the boss, so he can do whatever he wants and yeah. just do his own thing. >> i was in one of those moods. i brought my scooter in. i'm surprised i found it at the owned of the day. just to add a little spice. >> reporter: after back-to-back 97-win campaigns, the a's are looking to take the next step forward in 2020. >> i think we can win the world series. we have pitching at the beginning of the year we may not have had in years past. we like our roster but it's
about playing well and getting off to a good start. >> anything less, we're not going to be satisfied with. >> his presence has proven invaluable. >> he was the best at getting on base and hitting lead-off home runs, scoring runs. of course, he's the best stolen base guy in the game. >> he can walk in to any camp and any guy would know who he is. he grew up in the east bay. it's a natural to have him in camp. >> all of our spring training stories are online. steph curry told the media march 1st has always been his targeted return date. that's exactly one week from today. yesterday marked the first time steph is scrimaging on full workout. we have a breakdown of what to expect. >> so, assuming everything goes
well in practice with steph curry, we're going to see him in march. what do you want to see from steph in the final 26 games? >> i want to see return to play. i want to see how he responds to his other teammates. i want to see his conditioning. obviously you have olympics over his head into summer. to me, the biggest thing, obl , obviously, is getting hit for the first time on the floor. >> one of the things he said i thought was a concern. he feels some discomfort in that left hand, which was broken in two places. is that a normal thing as you work your way back from an injury, where it's normal to feel abnormal? >> no, it really is. and part of what it is, is you're coming back into the flow. you're anticipating getting hit. you don't know what it's going to feel like.
your mind is much more -- it's playing tricks on you and you're thinking a lot about maybe it's not working, it's not going to do well. the moment somebody hits him and everything is okay, i think he'll be fine. >> let's hope so. because if he's not, there's a lot of other problems. now, let's get to klay thompson, the other splash brother. warriors have already said he's out for the season after the acl surgery. steve kerr said that before the year began. i know you have another idea on a possible plan b. explain. >> i think one of the things to rule out is the olympics. i you're not going to rule out the olympics and you have a chance to come back in the end of the season, i'd much rather see him play in a controlled environment, 10 to 15 minutes a game. than go to the olympics playing against guy whose have been playing all year. >> 50/50? or he's not going to play? >> until you hear the olympics
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