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tonight, several developing stories as we come on the air. the deadly storms sweeping across several states at this hour. at least six confirmed tornadoes and then the system heading to the northeast. and the war, ukrainians now describing hiding in basements with russian soldiers upstairs. tonight, the graphic new images here. the horrific details now emerging from the massacre in bucha. just outside the capital of kyiv. president zelenskyy describing gruesome scenes of women shot outside their homes. families killed. their bodies burned. tonight, our team with survivors describing the terror, hiding in those basements. they say the russians upstairs and claiming russian soldiers shot those who were under 50. james longman at the scene of what appears to be another mass grave. the entire town a crime scene. and tonight, a ukrainian
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official now says video shows a children's hospital shelled in the south. president zelenskyy condemning russia's actions, saying russia should be removed from the u.n. security council. james longman reporting live from inside ukraine tonight. at the white house, president biden leveling new sanctions against russia tomorrow. who the u.s. and its allies are expected to target. mary bruce live at the white house. that tornado emergency as we come on the air tonight. warnings and watches from florida to the carolinas. at least six confirmed tornadoes in texas and mississippi. and that system moving into washington, d.c., philadelphia, and new york. we will time it out for you. tonight, the latest on a school shooting in pennsylvania. there is a search at this hour for the suspect. and news out of sacramento after that deadly shooting there, another arrest. the i-65 killer, also called the days inn killer. has the case finally been solved? what authorities revealed today. ivanka trump testifying before the january 6th committee for nearly eight hours.
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she was still answering questions late today. and this question tonight -- will americans ever see these interviews by the committee? jonathan karl standing by. former president obama making his return to the white house since leaving office. why he was there and what he said to his former vice president. tiger woods and what he said today about competing in the masters. and we do have news coming in on covid tonight. will you need that booster? what the cdc director is now saying. good evening and it's great to have you with us here on a tuesday night. and we will get to that tornado emergency, the watches and warnings tonight. at least six confirmed tornadoes already. then the system heading to d.c., philadelphia, and new york. but we are going to begin tonight with the new images out of ukraine. tonight, the new discoveries outside kyiv, after the russian forces withdrew. bodies found in homes and in
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yards and tonight, our team interviewing those who survived this. the ukrainians who lived in that town describing hiding in basements with russian soldiers above them. tonight, u.s. secretary of state antony blinken saying what we have seen in bucha is not the random act of a rogue unit, but a deliberate campaign to kill, to torture, to rape, to commit atrocities. outside the capital of kyiv in bucha today, field engineers conducting mine clearance among the destroyed vehicles that now litter the streets. city workers there carrying away the bodies of some of the dead. ukrainian officials now say more than 400 civilian bodies have now been recovered already. men, women, and children. many of them buried in mass graves. our james longman visiting a church and the trench dug nearby. more bodies found inside. and the residents and their harrowing stories of survival tonight. this man telling our team the russians killed all of the men under 50. he says he survived because he is 53. left behind to now bury his friends. tonight, russia claims the carnage was staged by the ukrainians, but tonight, the
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satellite images from well before the russians left and the ukrainian military just releasing drone video from a month ago, a person on a bicycle, a russian tank opening fire. that body still there in images released just days ago. just one image of the horror while the russians were obviously still there. ukrainian president zelenskyy speaking to the u.n. security council, warning the world will see more images just like the ones out of bucha. he says wherever the russian troops move out next. abc's james longman leads us off again tonight from inside ukraine, and we warn you, the images are disturbing. >> reporter: as russian forces move away from bucha, residents are slowly emerging from their hiding places with stories of terror and suffering. mykola was forced to live in the basement of his apartment building as russian soldiers moved in. and when they arrived, the horror began. "they made all the men go outside and checked their papers," he tells me. "and if they found anything they didn't like, they would shoot them immediately and not ask any questions."
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he says the russians shot everyone under the age of 50. you're 53, so, you made it by three years. mykola is desperate to share his story. you've told me what's happened. i'd like to know what you feel. but the mental toll this has taken is clear. you're shaking. his friends were murdered in front of him. one with a grenade. he had to collect his body parts. they've been buried just in the gardens, alongside this car. behind the car here you can see another grave. and this is a story that's been replicated again and again and again here. and this is what russian soldiers did to these homes. i don't think there's any better way of showing you just how much civilians have been on the front line of this war. someone's living room, now a war zone. russians were squatting here, were living here, they occupied this place, and now it's destroyed. and at the church nearby, graphic images of what appears
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to be yet another mass grave. you can see maybe six to seven bodies in black bags, and there will be more beneath the earth. and i can see bodies of people who have just been thrown in as they are. hands and legs poking out of the soil. this town is now one big crime scene. a crime scene which now needs investigating. we met a team from human rights watch gathering evidence of war crimes. >> what we've heard from residents, what we've been documenting, is really horrific. including reports that russian forces have pulled people out of their homes, briefly interrogated them, and then executed them. >> reporter: ukrainian president zelenskyy was visibly shaken when he visited bucha yesterday. today, he bitterly condemned russian brutality in his first address to the united nations security council. >> translator: they killed entire families, adults and children, and they tried to burn the bodies. the civilians were crushed by tanks while sitting in their cars in the middle of the road,
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just for their pleasure. they cut off limbs, slashed their throats, women were raped and killed in front of their children. >> reporter: zelenskyy said the united nations should be, quote, "simply closed," if it doesn't act to punish russia. the kremlin claims the scenes of corpses in bucha are staged, but the dead have been here for days, even weeks. the ukrainian military says this video was shot in early march, and shows a cyclist making their way through the streets. a russian tank can then be seen opening fire. images released just days ago appear to show the dead body still lying there weeks later next to the bicycle. city after city has been laid waste by russian forces, with no target offlimits. in mykolaiv in the south, ukrainian officials released video showing the moment an ambulance is hit outside a children's hospital. hundreds of people today were racing to escape the fighting in eastern ukraine, which is only expected to get worse. more than 11 million ukrainians have now fled their homes since the russians invaded. american officials today said
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the u.s. and its allies would push to get russia suspended from the united nations human rights council because of its unrestrained brutality. the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. spoke of "filtration camps," where she said russian forces are separating families and "reportedly making tens of thousands of ukrainian civilians relocate to russia." >> i do not need to spell out what these so-called filtration camps are reminiscent of. it's chilling and we cannot look away. >> reporter: and tonight, a warning from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff about the risks ahead. >> the russian invasion of ukraine is threatening to undermine not only european peace and stability, but global peace and stability that my parents and a generation of americans fought so hard to defend. >> and james longman joining us again tonight from the ukrainian capital. and james, president zelenskyy we all heard today warning what the world is seeing in bucha is likely just the beginning, saying there will be atrocities revealed as russians
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withdrew from more parts of ukraine? >> reporter: well, now, david, we aren't just seeing the destruction and the dead, we are hearing from those who survived. and just about everywhere you go here, the stories are almost beyond imagination. and, yes, there is a sense that the further north you go, the further into areas where russians stayed for longer, the worse the atrocities may get. david? >> james longman leading us off from kyiv again tonight. james, thank you. and we have learned that president biden will issue a new round of sanctions tomorrow. the biden administration working with u.s. allies. let's get right to our senior white house correspondent mary bruce, live at the white house tonight. and mary, what do we know so far about the sanctions and who the u.s. hopes to target this time? >> reporter: well, david, sources tell us that this new package of sanctions from the u.s. and european allies is designed to impose acute economic harm on russia and to make it more difficult for putin to fund his war. it will ban all new investments in russia. it will increase sanctions on russian financial institutions and go after russian government officials directly and their families. but the white house is acknowledging that the impact of
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sanctions will take some time to be felt. they say putin isn't going to suddenly change his behavior overnight. and in the meantime, they are warning that more atrocities like the killings in bucha are likely to be discovered. david? >> all right, we'll be standing by to hear about these sanctions tomorrow. mary, thank you. our coverage of the war in ukraine for tonight. in the meantime, we move on here this evening to the tornado emergency playing out as we're on the air tonight. warnings and watches from florida to the carolinas. already tonight, at least six confirmed tornadoes in texas and mississippi. the images tonight, the damage before dawn. this is johnson county, texas. a suspected tornado blowing across a parking lot in newton, mississippi. the tornado emergency in south carolina. and look at this. at auburn university in alabama, students were told to shelter in place for a time. it's been a dangerous day again. that system on the move, as i mentioned, florida toll the carolinas now in the coming hours. and then over the next 24 hours, washington, d.c., philly, new york. so, we'll time this out for you.
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first, steve osunsami with the images. he's in the storm zone in atlanta. >> reporter: families across the south are getting the urgent storm alerts this evening. flash floods, tornadoes, and dangerous winds. >> tornado behind -- >> reporter: it was a tornado emergency in south carolina today. at an office east of jackson, mississippi, they had a camera recording when this reported tornado passed them by. and at auburn university in alabama, they sent students to this shelter during a frightening moment in the storm. >> cannot stress how important it is that you take action right now. >> reporter: even the leafy fairways of the masters had to be evacuated because it wasn't safe. the threat of severe weather cut today's practice round short at the legendary golf tournament. a family south of fort worth, texas, is counting their blessings tonight. their father rushed to this trailer and rescued his 17-year-old daughter, right before a possible tornado sent it flying. >> by the time we were trying to get to the house, it had rolled over both me and him. >> reporter: outside tyler, texas, a man died in the storm after a tree crashed into his home. storms are moving out of this
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region tonight, but another storm system is moving in that could bring another threat of severe weather here tomorrow. david? >> yeah, steve, that region waiting for this second system moving in tomorrow. let's getig to meteorologist tor us our n hey, lee. >> reporter: david, now up to 26 tornadoes, from mississippi to south carolina. that line just moved through valdosta. it's approaching charleston and savannah. there's an active tornado warning northwest of hilton head. numerous tornado warnings across the carolinas. the tornado warning -- or watch was extended into north carolina until midnight. the severe weather threat is going to end between 9:00 and midnight. and then our focus will shift to the heavy rain moving up into the mid-atlantic and northeast. we're talking an inch to an inch and a half of rain from d.c. to philly to new york. a very wet morning commute. ponding on roads. allow for extra time. the severe weather isn't over. it's more north tomorrow. atlanta, macon, and birmingham. thankfully, late week into the weekend, a much more tranquil
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weather pattern. david? >> let's just get there. all right, lee goldberg, our thanks to you again tonight. to other news now, and next this evening, police in erie, pennsylvania, are searching at this hour for a suspect wanted for a school shooting in erie. police say a student was shot and wounded at erie high school, the shooter then running off. the victim rushed to the hospital. they're expected to survive. the school placed on lockdown while police secured that building. and from sacramento tonight, authorities are now reporting new arrests after that deadly mass shooting. smiley martin taken into custody while hospitalized with abc news has learned he was released from prison just weeks ago and is now charged with having a machine gun. six people were killed and 12 injured. police arresting his brother dandrae martin yesterday. a third person seen carrying a gun in the aftermath has also now been arrested. now to washington tonight, and ivanka trump testifying before the house january 6th committee for nearly eight hours today. she was still antsing questians questions late today. and this question tonight, will americans ever see these interviews by the january 6th
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committee? here's our chief washington correspondent jonathan karl tonight. >> reporter: she was at her father's side on january 6th. with him backstage before the rally where he told his supporters to fight like hell and to march to the capitol. >> hi, ivanka. >> reporter: today, ivanka trump spent nearly eight hours answering questions from the january 6th committee. other witnesses have told the committee that while the capitol was under attack, she had been urging her father to do something. >> we have first-hand testimony that his daughter ivanka went in at least twice to ask him to please stop this violence. >> reporter: her husband jared kushner testified last week. according to multiple trump white house sources, the couple had privately told others they had deep reservations about trump's efforts to overturn the election. but neither ivanka trump nor her husband have said that publicly and on january 6th, the only public statement from either of them was a since deleted tweet from ivanka where she called for
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an end to the violence, and called the people who stormed the capitol, quote, american patriots. it's unlikely that ivanka trump will testify when the committee has its public hearings in the coming months, but everything that she said in today's closed deposition was videotaped and will likely become part of the public record. as for what she said, the committee chairman said that unlike some other white house witnesses, she did not take the fifth, she did not invoke executive privilege, she answered their questions. david? >> jon karl live in washington. jon, thank you. now to the pandemic tonight. the new omicron subvariant, ba.2, is now making up nearly three-quarters of all new infections here in the u.s. today, cdc director dr. rochelle walensky encouraging people 50 and older with underlying conditions and everyone 65 and older to get the new booster shot. she also said they may need another shot in the fall. the white house today announcing the creation of a task force on long covid or prolonged illness from covid-19. we're also tracking overseas tonight, china's largest city shanghai extending its lockdown
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>> reporter: and sparking massive anticipation with this exchange. >> do you think you can win the masters this week? >> i do. >> and what have you seen in your preparation that leads you to believe that? >> i can hit it just fine. and i don't have any qualms about what i can do physically from a golf standpoint. >> reporter: even bere near fatal crash here in southern california in february 2021, the five-time masters champ was recovering from back surgery and a host of other injuries. says the biggest challenge he faces at this tournament? walking the sprawling, hilly terrain at augusta national. >> now, given the conditions my leg is in, it gets a little bit more difficult. >> reporter: a woods victory at the masters would be one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. he first won golf's biggest prize almost a quarter century ago at just 21 years old, culminating with that hug from his father earl. his last victory there was in 2019 -- woods then embraced by his son charlie. tonight, the golf great is confident, but after years of setbacks, also cautious enough to leave wiggle room. >> if i feel like i can still
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win, i'm going to play. but if i feel like i can't, then you won't see me out here. you guys know me better than that. >> reporter: david, the final act of tiger woods' storied career will be played on that battered leg full of metal, rods, screws, and plates. tiger says he'll play nine practice holes tomorrow before making a gameday decision about the tournament thursday morning. david? >> all right. we'll see. matt gutman tonight. ootd another remarkable turn fr tiger woods. you heard him say it there. he thinks he can win the masters. we'll be watching, of course, and i'll see you tomorrow. good night.
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since that sacramento shooting two more suspects now in custody and the public is making a big difference in the investigation. that it's going to be a much more of an optimistic view on san francisco. oh, we've been waiting a while for some optimism this far into the pandemic how much longer will san francisco skyscrapers. stay empty. i'm meteorologist sandia patel temperatures soaring and heading into record territory. i'll show you how hot and how long abc 7 news at 6 starts right now. building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. empty for years because of the pandemic now how much longer until san francisco office buildings will finally fill up again. i'm karina nova. good evening. i'm dan ashley. thanks for joining us. so many employees are finally heading back into the office in san francisco this week, but new data shows despite the return to work those empty. rapers may stay empty a little
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longer now to help us work on building a better bay area abc 7 news reporter stephanie sierra. live in the newsroom with new insights from one of the nation's largest commercial real estate firms with interesting information tonight's death. that's right dan as many major tech giants are welcoming employees back to the office this week. there is a looming problem. the city's vacancy rate is climbing as the demand for new office space is declining the question is how long will it last? in the heart of san francisco's financial district salesforce plaza felt alive again for the first time in two years employees welcomed back long lunch line chatter is back. but the demand for new office space is not it's been an interesting two years obviously for for every market, but i think none more interesting than san francisco. nick romito is the ceo of vts and national commercial real estate firm. the company compiles a yearly report. analyzing the


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