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this was pure evil. it was straight up racially motivated hate crime. yet another deadly mass shooting 10 people killed inside a buffalo supermarket the suspected shooter now in custody. we know. there's definitely someone who knows something. tonight we are hearing from the parents of an east bay woman who has been missing for months. they say they're not losing hope. in the bay area and across the country demonstrations in support of reproductive rights. building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. good evening, and thank you for joining us.
i'm dionne lim we begin now with that deadly mass shooting in buffalo where authorities are reviewing the suspected. social media posts saying he expressed racist and anti-semitic beliefs and praised other mass shooters abc news reporter ed dranch has more now from buffalo. the horrific scene unfolding inside the supermarket in buffalo, new york. shortly after 2:30 saturday afternoon. he exited his vehicle. he was very heavily armed he had tactical gear. he had a tactical helmet on he had a camera that he was live streaming what? was doing authorities say pete and gendron of conklin new york. allegedly shot several people in the parking lot before entering tops market continuing his rampage. the shooter. was not from this community. in fact the shooter traveled hours from outside this community. to perpetrate this crime on the
people of buffalo buffalo police quickly taking the 18 year old into custody the suspect put the gun to neck buffalo police personnel two patrol officers talk to suspect into dropping the gun. dropped a gun took off some of his tactical gear surrendered at that point, new york governor kathy hoekel, who hails from buffalo expressing concern? it's hard to know what to say. this is my community. i know this community. well, this is the worst nightmare that any community can face. the fbi is assisting local authorities in this investigation. we're aggressively investigating this at the federal level. as a hate crime and as an instance of racially motive motivated violent extremism gendron charged with first-degree murder and ordered held without bowel. investigators are searching through a number of online postings. they believe the alleged gunman made authorities. say some of those postings praised the south carolina shooter.
dylan roof who killed nine people inside of the charleston church and the new zealand mosque shooter ed ranch abc news buffalo president biden issued a statement tonight saying quote a racially motivated hate crime is abhorrent to the very fabric of this nation any act of domestic terrorism, including an betrayed in the name of a repugnant white nationalist ideology is antithetical to everything we stand for in america. 8 must have no safe harbor. we must do everything in our power to end hate fuel domestic terrorism. well new at 11 now. we are hearing from the parents of missing oakley women alexis gabe authorities revealed a key piece of evidence that was recovered her cell phone case abc 7 news reporter stephanie sierra spoke with gabe's parents who say they are not losing hope it's been three and a half months since alexis gabe went missing and tonight her parents. tell us the recover. cell phone case is one of many
new developments that's giving them. hope alexis is still alive. it's really scary. like i said earlier. it's scary the parents of alexis gabe have a renewed sense of hope after their daughter's cell phone case was recovered by investigators late friday night the missing 24 year old was last seen in late january at her. boyfriends antioch house along bent tree way a location. they say is not far from where investigators found her phone case. a phone case was found. it was very close to where the battery way. houses last thursday oakley pd served a search warrant at gabe's ex-boyfriend's house investigators last searched the home in february. do you think alexis is still alive? yes, we are hoping. of feeling you know. mom mixed emotions pretty much because there's a lot of things unfolding right now with the case. they're not telling people that they're looking for a body
gabe's parents. say her two nieces found her car the day after she was first reported missing with the keys in the ignition. not far from the ex-boyfriend's house in oakley last month oakley pd released this surveillance footage of a person of interest a man seen walking down the street in a hooded sweatshirt. not far from where gabe's car was recovered. have you heard from investigators any leads on who this man? yes, we do. but unfortunately, unfortunately right now we can't say he's he's just a person of interest right now the gabe say the support from the community has been overwhelming but added recent reports of bodies were covered across the bay area is making it harder to keep that. hope alive. we're just really to find out that it's not her lexus could hear you right now. what would you tell her miss you so much. we're not gonna give up we're gonna get yeah, we're gonna keep searching until thank you. the city of oakley has created a
$10,000 reward fund for anyone who has information on this case. you could submit tips to the number on your screen. stephanie sierra abc 7 news right stephanie. thank you very much rallies, and marches were held across the country today in favor of reproductive rights. these are just some of the demonstrations where abortion rights supporters gathered. they express their outrage that the supreme court appears poised to overturn roe v wade. several rallies were held in the bay area as well one of the largest made its way through the streets of san francisco abc 7 news reporter ryan curry was there. here you each step is a step calling for change and people have to have their feet on the street. and that's why. 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.
calibrations if they had money they went overseas for abortion. they went to guam they went to japan. they went to michael. 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 up for their rights, and we would like to take back just being able to have control of parties 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 should be making decisions about what we do with our bodies and more importantly, you know, we're going back to the days. are 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. we couldn't predict that trump was going to put people in the in the supreme court, but we knew our rights were something we march for. protesters say it has been difficult processing. 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 i was surprised that i was devastated as i was and it's comforting to know that other people feel the exact same way in san francisco. curry abc 7 news in the south bay a group gathered at 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 their own timelines a coalition of groups supported
this rally including santa clara county democratic party the south bay labor council and silicon valley pride over in the east bay sky 7 was over a rally at oakland's lake merritt the group heard from several speakers, including a doctor from planned parenthood. oakland city council president pro tem sheng tao is calling for oakland to declare itself a sanctuary for women seeking abortion access. and there was also a show of support for women's rights in the north bay people gathered in petaluma's walnut park as part of their day of action. well coming up san francisco's infamous. of breakers returns tomorrow the race is known for its craziness, but one ukrainian man is running to raise money for his homeland. i'm spencer christian speaking of beta breakers. there will be a cloudy stripe but a brighter. weatherwise i'll have the accuweather forecast coming up when abc 7 news at 11 continues.
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francisco firefighters quickly put out a fire near the castro today officials say they were called to an apartment building on corwin street near kite hill for a report of firefighters found fire in an attic space and it was quickly knocked down fire damage was limited to two units, but two other units suffered water damage. no one was hurt. that is the good news and the cause is under investigation. non-binary runners will now receive awards after tomorrow's bay to breakers that is according to sf gate the paper had previously reported the company that puts on the race was not going to issue awards now organizers told sfgate quote. important. we acknowledge that we made.
large oversight in our awards plan. this will be the first bayo breaker since 201 r kiin and howar embarcadero and finishes at ocean beach. as you can imagine there will be lots of road closures as we take a look at a map of the 12 kilometer course the only north-south crossover points are the embarcadero embarcadero andd street and crossover drive in golden gate park. on a special meaning for one local ukrainian man abc 7 news reporter. campbell caught up with a san jose resident today as he made his final preparations for race day. one step at a time for nick bilagorski the ukrainian-born san jose resident getting ready to run the bay to breakers race sunday morning. i'm a computer programmer, and i'm far from from a runner. this is a 12k. switch. i don't know to me that seems like a marathon. it's a small price to pay says
nick running to raise money to help his homeland. it's been difficult. i feel like maybe i should go there and fight for ukraine, but i have family here and i have a job here. and so he's so far collecting roughly. two dollar s. i hope that the money will help but i think more more than that i think the awareness of with the people coming to the race and i want more people to think about what can i do to help tens of thousands will line up sunday morning at the embarcadero marking the return of the iconic run after a two-year pause for the pandemic runn. flooding colorful costumes will wind through the streets of san francisco towards ocean beach nick will dawn the ukrainian flag a flag. he's been lifting at local rallies in support of the war-torn country this pretty stressful to to think about what's going on. like i worry about parents and i just generally feel bad to read
about all the folks or in killed the miles offering momentary peace of mind running is physically difficult so it kind of so my thoughts out of my head and clears my mind his wife ann. in this photo with her mother and in this photo with her grandmother will be there cheering him on the first days of the war she pulled them and tell them to get out so they got in a car and they drove and seven days later. they were able to cross the border and then eventually they came here so both her mom and her grandmother. they're now living with us. they stop and ready to race keeping it all in perspective. my goal is not to finish first. but just to take part. and and to do it in a meaningful way tara campbell abc 7 news that is a great and cool. good luck to him and all of the runners now if you are headed to beta breakers consider taking public transportation bart and caltrain are both adding extra
trains bart says it is four trains from millbrae pleasant hill dublin and el cerrito with limited stops. the drains will arrive at the kadero station near the starting line at about 7:00 tomorrow morning caltrain has two extra northbound trains with limited stops. all right taking a look at the weather. hopefully it's good running weather but it just depends on if you like it a little bit cooler or if you or warmer temperatures. well your idea so it's going right under cloudy and cool conditions a little bit breezy, but by mid morning to midday, it'll get a little sunny or a little milder so you can start late if you like if you like the milder weather. here's a look at what's going on right now. we've got pretty calm winds at the moment at the surface earlier this evening we very gusty wind near the coast and even out over the bay right now. we have calm wind and most locations and only 14 mile per hour winds at sfo. so let's move along and take a look at the 24-hour temperature change. we had a pretty warm day today, especially in our inland areas. and even right now you can see that most inland locations are
four five six degrees warmer than they were at this time last night, but closer to the bay and the coast is not much change. here's a live view from the east bay. camera looking at across the bay westward. it is currently 55 degrees in san francisco, oakland 57 58 in mountain view 68, san jose 59 santa clara and 52 at half moon bay. nice view from mount tam looking down onto the bay under clear skies so far, but clouds are on the way 58 degrees right now in santa rosa petaluma 54 napa 58 64 at fairfield and livermore concord 68 degrees and one final you from our rooftop camera looking across the embarcadero. these are our forecast features. we'll see low clouds and some fog near the coast developing during the overnight hours breezy and cooler tomorrow and monday a lot cooler than today. in fact and a warmer pattern will then develop by mid. we've got a couple of cool days coming our way before that happens. so here's our overnight forecast animation notice a few low clouds and some fog near the coast of high clouds will pass by as well. these little green spots indicate a little patches of
drizzle that may occur because of the moisture content in the low clouds where we're not predicting any rainfall. it'll be a dry overnight period but there may be some again some patchy drizzle produces some wet spots and some of the roadways overnight lows will be mainly in the low to mid-50s bit will be pretty mild over antioch antioch with a low of 61. highest tomorrow. well, let's start with bay to break his conditions in the early morning hours six o'clock is many runners and walkers start to gather. it will be cloudy with about 50 40 degrees here in san francisco. by 8 am not much change still mostly cloudy about 50 60 degrees. we'll see a little bit more sun by 10 am and by midday by noon. it'll be sunny or and milder and of course the race ends over at ocean beach as we mentioned before seven mile run walk or however, you want to travel highs tomorrow 58 base 65 san francisco low 70s right around the bay shoreline and low to mid 80s in the warmest inland locations. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast so notice it's going to cool down rather sharply on monday from
tomorrow's highs mid 80s inland tomorrow, but only upper 70s on monday then tuesday temperatures bounce right back up again to mid 80s inland low 70s around the bay shoreline a warmer day still on wednesday with upper 80s inland and mid 70s around the bay shore line. the temperatures will mod. bit going into the end of the week so all week long apart from monday. we can expect pretty mild to warm weather. it will be a sunny and dry week and pleasant weather ahead. i have fun at beta breakers. spencer i know you're a runner you think you could do it? seven miles i could well, it would be pushing it though. in two miles this morning. i'm impressed. so yeah, i'm one of those walkers that you mentioned earlier. i'm gonna do a seven mile one. yeah, no, maybe not. all right spencer. thanks so much, and we will be right back.
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the world's longest suspension bridge just opened in the czech republic. it measures 2300 feet long and stands 3,600 feet above sea level the bridge can handle 500 people at once some of the very first visitors to cross the bridge admit it it did move. little bit that would freak me out the designers say the structure proves that nothing is impossible. well tonight an honor for abc 7 news this asian american pacific islander heritage month assembly member evan lowe held a luncheon in san jose today to recognize the accomplishments of asian american journalists in the bay area as you can see ab 7 news came out in force. i was there alongside amanda del castillo kristin z and producer lindsey nakano former abc 7 news reporter like vic lee were also recognized for uplifting visibility and being a voice in the community. congratulations to everyone chris alvarez joins now with the preview of sports.
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warriors punched their ticket the western conference finals for the sixth time in the last. you know to miss the playoffs the last two years like i remember sitting in cabo last year watching the playoffs and don't get me wrong. i love cowboys. it's great to be in that place watching playoffs, brutal watching go two years of type of basketball we was playing and not so certain that you're gonna get back everything. we've been through the last few years. it's really incredible opportunity. we want advance obviously, but we're going to embrace the challenge definitely special never take it for granted and understand. this is what it's all about and for us to have another opportunity to get formal wins and play for a trophy like that's special. a's and angels in the doubleheader will start with that impressive helmet and game two top two game tied at one fresno state's taylor ward third career grand slam. it goes off. adam oller the angels home run prizes a plastic cowboy hat 5-1 halos just a triple. shy of the cycle ease offense. not good ramón lariano grounds
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center austin slater fighting the sun and can't find it at mundo's sosa scores st. louis adds another card shut off the giants for nothing same two teams tomorrow night on espn sunday night baseball the giants and astros played let's make a deal sending utility man mauricio dubon to houston for michael paperski who can play catcher and first dubon who grew up a giants fan played in 177 games with the team since it's arrival in team this abc 7 sports support sponsored river rock casino dion. chris thank you very much coming up next the latest from ukraine forces. push russians out from a major city and senate gop leaders make a surprise visit.
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bay area moving forward finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. authorities are investigating today's mass shooting in buffalo new york as racially motivated violent extremism at least 10 people were killed and three hurt in the shooting in a supermarket and its parking lot. 18 year old peyton gendron the suspected shooter was arraigned in court for multiple counts of first degree murder. he is currently in custody without bail and has pleaded not guilty. authorities say gendron drove hours from his hometown to buffalo. he arrived to a supermarket heavily armed wearing tactical gear and a camera live streaming the attack. retired officer working as a security guard shot him, but he was unharmed because he was wearing body armor. the suspect put the gun to his own neck buffalo police personnel two patrol officers talk to suspect into dropping
the gun. he dropped a gun took off some of his tactical gear surrendered at that point. the fbi is helping local authorities facilitate. the investigation gendron is due to appear in court again thursday morning. top senate republicans made a surprise visit to ukraine today meeting with president zelinsky in kie. all of this comes amid reports that ukrainian forces have pushed the russians back from the city of kharkiv. abc news reporter tom sufi burridge on the ground in ukraine tonight a trail of destruction. and is russia retreats from northeastern ukraine senate republican lead arriving unannounced in kiev for a face-to-face with ukraine's president. that's the media. the lensky calling for the us to label russia as a sponsor of terrorism that show of support coming as ukrainian forces pushed the russians back near ukraine's second largest city of harkiv.
for those forced to live underground in darkness for weeks utter relief. must say she's been waiting and waiting for ukrainian troops to free her village and in the east ukrainian officials claim. they thwarted russian attempts to cross a river these images released by ukraine's armed forces show burnt out tanks an armored vehicles littering the landscape and this is what putin's invasion looks like in chironikiv a city in northern, ukraine. people's homes hit by a russian airstrike. there were no military. targets here 12 people were killed hundreds in similar attacks across this city, which was under siege for five weeks. all of these attacks now being investigated as war crimes across town more apartments vaporized by another russian strike here an entire family with two young twin boys killed. that was tom sufi bridge
reporting now after leaving ukraine's senate minority leader mitch mcconnell said the us stands squarely behind ukraine and will sustain our support until ukraine wins this war. well earlier tonight we showed you all of the rallies for reproductive rights that were held today in the bay area and across the country also today supreme court justice clarence. thomas said 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 anyone and 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. thomas has previously said government institutions shouldn't be quote bullied into delivering what some see as the preferred outcome. oakland police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in a deadly. shooting next to a food stand all happened on foothill boulevard and 35th avenue on thursday evening in thisideo. ts dressed in black attempt to rob two men and food stand workers. one person was shot and later died at the hospital. in a separate shooting oakland police found a gunshot victim early friday morning at 30th and chestnut streets. he was pronounced dead at the scene these shootings bring oakland's homicide total to 43 so far this year. moving to the peninsula now where a homicide investigation is underway after a body was found at a bus stop in san least say a man was found slumped over a bench at up on el camino real at east hillsdale boulevard
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college celebrated its 134th and last commencement as an all-women school. these students have been through so much they persevered 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 hardships after a decline in enrollment. budget deficits mills college was one of the last remaining women's colleges in the state. american idol is down to just five contestants and they're
being mentored by former idol winner. carrie underwood. we'll see how that helps them. come tomorrow night when they take the stage twice abc 7 news entertainment reporter. george panaccio has more if you've got any more aces up your sleeves pull them out pull them out. that's katy perry's advice for the top five for its hager. rural leah marlene, nicolina and noah thompson can i sing katie might be silently coaching from her judges chair. sometimes i'm at the desk looking at i'm going like this. i'm like trying to draw it up what i'm such a stage mom. oh my god, lionel richie says these final singers all share one thing in common real talent. i mean from here on out now, it's not about coaching. it's really about improving. we're throwing off amazing people now to the point where is
sickens me, we just get closer and closer and i feel like you know when people go home it sucks worst part of the night, but at the same time, it's like it's it's grind time. it's time push last sunday the two. still in the competition couldn't do the press line because they were both dealing with testing positive for covid but the women joined forces hunter girl. once again heard she had a voice that was ready for radio. you have a really awesome voice. i've always wanted to hear my song on the radio and so for them to say that people have looked up to since i was young it's kind of hit you all at once. i came into the show having no expectations. i came in to just deliver my goods and not change anything about me deliver my good now change a thing and just like maybe that's what people like is that i'm not like i'm not trying to be anybody else two of the top five will be eliminated sunday night the other three move on to next week's finale in los angeles george news.
oh, how fun. is that deliver the goods and you too can catch the top five episode tomorrow right here on abc 7 live at 5pm then of course stay with us for abc 7 news. we d we do have a special time at 7 pm. we'll check it out abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo host the alzheimer's association a bright night gala in san jose tonight. it is the second annual event, but the first one held in person it included a live auction the alzheimer associ. in norcal said all proceeds help move us closer to our vision of a world without alzheimer's and all other dementia. so nice to see. all right one last check of the weather and spencer hoping for a good way to rent round out the weekend. i think it'll be pretty good, but you'll be the judge. let for tonight we like some local clouds in fact a develop near the coast during the overnight hours and early morning overnight lows will be mainly in the low to mid 50s then tomorrow the we start the
day with some lingering low clouds near the coast of bay, but by afternoon, we'll have a mostly sunny sky high as well range from upper 50s at the coast to low 70s around the bayshore line to low 80s inland. and here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. it'll be breezy and even cooler on monday temperatures a little bit below average for this time of the year, but the warmth comes comes back on tuesday wednesday thursday, so for the week ahead after monday we can expect mild weather with mainly sunny days and the dry pattern. continues. yeah. okay as your judge, i think i found that forecast satisfactory. okay spencer. thanks, and will be right back. booking most cruises can be complicated.
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mattered. most looney made his first start of the semifinals largely at the request of stephen curry and draymond green. looney delivered a career-high 22 rebounds in 35 minutes making a major impact in the warriors return to the western conference finals. it means like your teammates want you out there on the court with him. i've been playing with them guys for years. and for them to trust me in these in these moments is big for me all the hell put my body through the gears is paying off. obviously loom was unreal the second half with this presence is rebound and the way he impacted the game. come on was possibly our 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 stephan curry's post-game, press conference the video board background in the press room. just shut down midway through there 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 those pressures do last a long time is probably equivalent though of a screensaver kicking in. how about some soccer the quakes north of the border to face vancouver this afternoon 73rd minute. we're tied at one cade cow on the run. great pass that jeremy eboma see and the quakes take the lead vancouver though ties it up quickly to get to the 81st minute now cal to christian espinoza to boba see second of the game in the quakes retake the lead his fifth multi-goal game, but vancouver scored late. ends in a three three tie. are you ready for? football sunday, march 17 weeks until the 49ers season opener against the bears the nfl releasing the full regular season schedule on thursday so you can make your fall and winter viewing plans mostly on sunday, but sometimes monday or thursday the 49ers open the season sunday, september 11th in chicago home opener week two
against seattle two games will be on abc and espn week four monday october 30 against the rams and then week 11 against cardinals november 21st that game will be in mexico city the bye week right in the middle and week 9 highlights in the second half of the season include tom brady and the bucks at levi's on december 11th. the 49ers are in las vegas on new year's day san francisco finishes the regular season with six of their final nine games at home. the 49ers are holding rookie mini camp this weekend down in santa clara draft picks along with undrafted free agents trying to impress the 49ers staff wide receiver danny gray and defensive end drake jackson, basically, a loss of words as they described the beginning of their nfl journey. a dream come true really just to be out there in the nfl uniform on the nfl field on the nfl practice field. so it's just gonna feel like a great moment a moment. i can't explain. i was just walking through. was man i had to call my dad. i'm like, yeah just it's just like crazy to i don't even know
just to you know be standing right here in this spot, you know in the san fran. stuff man is it's just a oh, no. i can't really explain it. love to see it. we've highlighted the story of portuguese artist rita o who promised she would draw a picture of 49ers quarterback jimmy garoppolo every day until he was traded yesterday was day 100 today 101 and the 101 dalmatians drawing just two good not to share read them half to this all summer three game sevens in stanley cup playoffs today former shark evander kane and edmonton hoping to make it two of three home team wins against former shark. coached todd mcclellan and la halfway through the second king gets past jonathan quick, but the la defense just prevents it from going over the line. well, that is razor-thin close. he says are you sure just a few minutes later edmonton's cody cc with the rister oilers on the board first the first team to score in each of the first six games has won their watch party going nuts still a one goal game four minutes ago connor mcdavid
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