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charges investigators. say he drove to buffalo to the market heavily armed wearing tactical gear and had a camera where he was live streaming what he was doing a witness described the terror. i seen a guy in a full army suit this shooting shots at people and i've seen a security guard running the store and then i seen the guy go in army style bent over the shooting at people. is terrifying abc news reporter alex pershay has the latest now from the scene? police in buffalo new york are on the scene of what they're calling a mass shooting multiple people struck by gunfire. this is the worst nightmare that any community can face authorities say just after 2:30 saturday afternoon a male gunman entered the tops friendly market with a rifle and began. shooting you have assault weapons that aren't for hunting they are for killing people and
this is another example of you know, the federal government failing to recognize. this is a major public health crisis a witness described the chaotic scene. my granddaughter works there. she happened to be on her break at the time. so she work at customer service. thank god and she heard the shooting so she took herself and ran in bathroom and locked the door police say they have the shooter in custody though. they did not reveal any details of his condition investigators are still on the scene and say there is no longer an active threat to the public though residents and motorists are being urged to avoid the area this particular top supermarket is near and dear to my heart. it's one that i patronize from time to time and some of the victims. of this shooter's attack are people that all of us standing up here know alex pershey abc news. washington investigators say the gunman shot four people in the parking lot killing three and
injuring one. he then went into the store where he was confronted by a retired buffalo police officer working security that guard shot and struck the gunman who was wearing body armor and was uninjured he then proceeded to shoot nine more people inside the store for a total of 13. 11 were black and two white investigators are reviewing a purported manifesto posted online by gendron. moving on to our other big story tonight a call cross the nation for abortion rights. rallies as you can see here in washington, new york city and st. paul minnesota were among more than 380 scheduled events nationwide all with the call ban off our bodies. several of them were held across the bay area one of the largest. its way through the streets of san francisco abc 7 news reporter ryan curry was there and heard from many different ichere you each step is a step
calling for change and people have to have their feet on the street. and that's why. we're in san francisco thousands making their voices heard for the rights of women following the leak that roe versus wade will be overturned women. i know. hashes if they had money, they went overseas for abortions. they went to guam they went to japan. they went to michael. and puerto rico for abortions. do we want to see that again? absolutely not sky 7 flying over the protest that started at civic center and made its way down market street various ages and ethnicities joining together to stand. for their rights and we would like to take back just being able to have control of our bodies and we're out here just representing and standing in solidarity with all these women that just want to be represented. those aspiring to be future leaders walking side by side with current ones. i don't think men.
be making decisions about what we do with our bodies and more importantly, you know, we're going back to the days where you know, we're talking about backyard back alley abortions and things that could lead to illness or kill women women's marches have been happening for several years in san francisco, but this one feels different some here even calling this one historic. there was a feeling that something like this might happen. it couldn't predict that trump was going to put people in the in the supreme court, but we knew our rights were something we had to march for. protesters say it has been difficult processing the news from the supreme court, but many in san francisco saturday say joining together as a community keeps them hopeful for a bright future when i is that i was devastated as i was and it's comforting to know that other people feel the exact same way in san francisco ryan curry abc 7 news moving to the south bay.
where a group gathered san jose city hall in support of abortion rights organizers. say the message they want to send is that women have the right to determine their own futures on own timelines a coalition of groups supported this rally including the santa clara county democratic party, south bay labor council. silicon valley pride sky 7 was over a rally today at oakland's lake merritt the group here heard from several speakers including a doctor from planned parenthood oakland city council president pro-tam shang tao is calling for oakland to declare itself a sanctuary for women seeking abortion access. supreme court, justice clarence, thomas says the court has been changed by the shocking leak of the roe v wade draft opinion. someone said that one line of one opinion would be leaked by any you would say that. oh that's impossible.
no one would ever do that. there's such a belief in the rule of law belief and the court of belief in what we were doing that that was verboten. it was beyond anyone's understanding or at least anyone's imagination and look where we are. we're now that trust or that belief is gone forever. earlier thomas said government institutions shouldn't be quote bullied into delivering what some see as the preferred outcome. and abc 7 news sent out this push al with live video as the san francisco rally got underway. you can get news alerts sent straight to your device. just download the abc 7 news app and enable those push alerts. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest to a deadly shooting that happened next to a food stand thursday evening. this incident happened on foothill boulevard and 35th
avenue and in this surveillance video, you can see three suspects dressed in black attempt to rob two men along with food stand workers one victim was shot. and transported to a local hospital where he died from his injuries. this is oakland's 43rd homicide this year. anyone with information is asked to contact oakland police. and the peninsula were a homicide investigation began after a body was found at a bus stop in san mateo police. say a man was found at the bus stop this morning on el camino real at east hillsdale boulevard, the investigation shut down the southbound lane of el camino real for a time police called. death suspicious, but have not provided additional details. moving over to the east bay where oakland's mills college is celebrating its 134th and last commencement as an all women's school. these students have been through so much they severe and they earned degrees and it's great to see so many people back in person on the campus celery.
the college will be merging with northeastern university in july and will be known as mills college at northeastern university mills will remain partially in service for continuing students graduating in the spring of 2023 in recent years. the campus has dealt with financial hardship after a decline in enrollment and budget deficits mills college was one of the last remaining women's colleges in the state. looking ahead bay to breakers is back. the unique run is returning tomorrow after a covid hiatus the one big change though the to the event this year. and may's full moon will have stargazers seeing red tips on how to catch the total lunar eclipse this weekend. i'm spencer christian, enjoy today's mild weather now because cooler days are coming our way. i'll have the accuweather forecast in just a moment when abc 7 news at 6 continues. i want to beat cancer. i'm going to beat it. that's no doubt in my mind,
party is back this weekend beta breakers is happening tomorrow after a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic the race draws tens of thousands of runners and revelers many. them dressed in colorful costumes now new this year is the race will award non-binary runners as well the event begins tomorrow morning at the embarcadero and ends at ocean beach near golden gate park expect a lot of rolling road closures along the 12 kilometer route. well, the solar system is putting on a spectacular show this weekend tomorrow night. we'll be treated to a colorful total lunar eclipse to see it. all you have to do is look east at about sunset time just as the moon is rising it'll start to
pass through earth's shadow. the sun's rays will be refracted and turn the moon a reddish copper color. what you're seeing when that happens is the projection of every sunrise and sunset from the earth onto the surface of the moon those photons from the sun are coming skimming past the earth getting through the earth's atmos. a prism reflecting refracting and so just the red light projected onto the earth moon surface bouncing back off the moon into your eye. was very scientific the best moment by the way to watch will be around 9:30 tomorrow night. the moon will stay a reddish hue for about an hour and a half. when we return some encouraging news for parents struggling to find baby formula during a national shortage president biden has announced steps to help replenish. i and gives us an indication on when we can expect to see that formula back in stock and taking a live look outside. oh, i wish i could be out there a warm and mild day. we have spencer christian coming
up with your weather changes and your beta breakers forecast. coming up in sports the a's bypass the angels in dramatic fashion and all 22 kevon looney the game of a lifetime helping the warriors advance to the western conference finals. we'll talk about kevon looney. i'm dan o'dowd and i approved this message. tesla's full self- driving technology. the washington post reported on "owners of teslas fighting for control..." "i'm trying..." watch this tesla "slam into a bike lane bollard..." "oh [bleeped f***]" this one "fails to stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk." "experts see deep flaws." "that was the worst thing i've ever seen in my life." to stop tesla's full self-driving software... vote dan o'dowd for u.s. senate.
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do. the biggest thing that parents need to avoid doing right now is going to make that homemade formula or water down formula both of which can be absolutely catastrophic nutritionally for children. president biden is urging suppliers to get more formula onto shelves and expect supply to improve dramatically in coming weeks. the government is also taking up to stop price gouging and hoarding. the shortage is being blamed on a recall of one popular brand supply chain snags and historic inflation. black restaurant week is underway now across the bay area the event celebrates the flavors of african-american as well as african and caribbean cuisines. it started in 2016 and this year features more than 50 bay area restaurants black restaurant week runs through next sunday, may 22nd. all right getting to the weather situation now spencer. we have a few changes in store for the week. so i'm pretty big changes the onion you might have noticed how warm today was a virtually all
over bay area, but it's cooling down. ready, especially near the coast because of brisk onshore flow we've got wind speeds right now at the surface 33 miles per hour in san francisco at well. it just went down a little bit in the city, but at the at sfo, we've got gusts to 33 miles per hour and it's going to be gusty and other locations near the coast and bay as we get into the evening hour. so it's going to bring temperatures down a bit. but as we look at the 24-hour temperature change, you can see most inland areas are still quite a bit warmer than they were at this time yesterday 10 degrees warmer in napa eight degrees warmer at concord livermore degrees warmer, but it's a little bit are now in san francisco and oakland. time yesterday. here's the view from sutro tower looking over san francisco into blue skies. it's 59 degrees here right now, oakland 65 80th mountain view, san jose 75-76 at santa clara and 55 at half moon bay. nice view from mount tam looking down onto the bay. it's 79% santa rosa right now petaluma, only 68 but annapolis 81 89 at fairfield and we have 83 at concord and livermore and
looking toward the golden gate from emeryville. we present the forecast headlines. we can expect low low clouds and fog to develop and and overnight it will be breezy and cooler tomorrow and monday, but by mid-week, we'll see a warmer pattern developing in temperatures will bounce back up. here's our forecast animation overnight. we'll see some low clouds and fog developing near the coast and bay high clouds will pass over as well. there will be enough moisture in those little clouds that there could be some spotty patchy drizzle, but we're not expecting any measurable rainfall and it's going to be a through tomorrow overnight low temperatures will drop down to low to mid-50s in most locations a little bit cooler on the coastline with lows there in the upper 40s and antioch will be our warm spot overnight with a low of 61 degrees and tomorrow bay to breaker is returns to san francisco starting at the marketero ending at ocean beach six o'clock tomorrow morning as runners or walkers are gathering to eight o'clock. it'll be mostly cloudy. bit cool as the race gets off kicks off at 8 o'clock by the time we get to midday. it'll be a bit sunny or a little bit milder, but not nearly so
mild as today was basically a chili. i knew the coast tomorrow. we'll see highs tomorrow 58 half moon bay 65 here in the city low 70s right around the bay shore line the inland areas may warm up to upper 70s to low 80s in the mildest locations, but it'll get even cooler on monday as we look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. then on tuesday temperatures begin to bounce back again. well, have a nice warm day on wednesday with inland highs in the upper 80s and then going into the latter part of the week. we'll see temperatures moderating just a bit but remaining mainly mild. sports on abc 7 sponsored by united way bay area warriors center. cavan looney has been an un hero all season long this year. he played an all to 82. excuse me regular season games and in the game six clincher against memphis last night the seventh year center came up big when it mattered. most looney made the first start of the semifinals last night largely at the request of stephen curry and draymond green. they wanted loon in there and he delivered with a career high 22 rebounds in a career high 35
minutes making a major impact in the warriors return to western conference finals. no, it means like you teammates what you are there on the court with him. i've been playing with them guys for years and for them to trust me and he's in these moments is big for me all to help my body through. years is paying off obviously loom was unreal the second half with this presence is rebound in the way. he impacted the game. kevon was. possiber mvp tonight and wow just i'm so proud of him. he also had injury problems early in his career. couple surgeries and for him to be out here doing this the highest highest level. he's going to be rewarded for it. a funny moment last night during stephen curry's game, press conference the video background in the press room. just shut down and part way through right after he was asked a question about how special it was to be back in the western conference finals curry joked. well, maybe it's not that special since we can't get the power on back here pressers do last a long time. it's probably equivalent of you
know, like a screensaver kicking in funny stuff there. at the warriors and chase center ahead of today's game in saint louis the giants and astros playing let's make a deal sending utility man mauricio du bond a houston for michael papierensky who can play catch. first dubon grew up a giants fan played 177 games with the team since its arrival in 2019 always a good guy mauricio dubai giants writing a season high six. win streak, it's the brandon's playing a very very close game of catch bottom five cardinals up one nothing. tommy edmund. solo blast off. jacob junus two. nothing saint louis. it was a very warm day in the midwest giants load the bases in the seventh, but brandon belt grounds into the inning ending double play giants were one for six with runners and scoring position 10 men left on base bottom seven runner on to offer paul goldschmidt high fly to center. this should end the inning, but the sun in austin slater. a tough way can't find it edmund sosa scores st. louis adds another they shut up. it's for nothing same two teams tomorrow night on espn sunday
night baseball. how about the a's warm day at the coliseum? hey youngster gonna need that i see and like sister in the back, too. she was having fun first of the doubleheader against the angels top the first look at elvis andrews dives to the bag. the runner is safe one runs scores ace challenge it and the glove does beat the foot to the back. so he's the output the run scored great play nonetheless bottom seven still won. nothing jed lowery base it up the middle ramon loriano scores. we're all tied up bottom of the ninth a's were down 3-1. they had a two out rally with nobody on and then two guys, honestly barrera hits it past all the angels. outfield too, they did there first career homer is a walk-off and there is the gatorade back a's win 4-3 game 2 starting to very very soon. the earthquakes north of the border facing vancouver this afternoon 73rd minute tied at one cade cow on the run great pass to jeremy at boba see qu the lead vancouver ties it up quickly and then 81st minutes.
how about cal again? getting things going to krishna espinoza to boba tea for his second of the game quakes retake the lead his fifth multi-goal game, but vancouver scored late in this thing ends in a 3-3 draw. hey to see this we've highlighted the story of portuguese artist rita oak who promised she would draw a picture of 49ers quarterback jimmy gray jimmy garoppolo that is every day until he was trade in yesterday day 100 today was 101 and of course a 101 dalmatians drawing. that's just too good not to share rita. might have to do this all summer. we don't know when or if jimmy will be off the team sports on abc 7 sponsored by united way bay area. we'll be right back.
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can journalists in the bay area abc 7 news as you can see came out in force. i was there alongside amanda del castillo and kristin z along with our producer lindsay. nakano former. kgo reporters like vic lee were also recognized for uplifting visibility and being a voice in community. congratulations to everyone who attended and that's it for this edition of abc 7 news at six. i'm dion lynn for chris and spencer and all of us. thanks for joining. we'll see you right back. tonight at 11:00.
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