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i have a dream that enough is enough. >> right now at 11:00, martin luther king, jr.'s granddaughter, just one of hundred of thousands of young voices. they all shared one message. make our schools and our lives safer. the news at 11:00 starts right now. thank you for joining us. i'm terry mcsweeney. >> we'll get to that story in just a minute but first we're following breaking news out of oakland. police have spent six hours
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there trying to convince a suspect to come out of a home. >> what do we know right now? >> reporter: well, it you take a look behind me you'll see a white house. this is the house police have surrounded here, and they've been using a pa system to try to get the suspect to come out. >> we have the place surrounded. >> reporter: police first got a call at 5:00 tonight that a person with a gun had barricaded herself inside that home. they've been using a pa system to tell the suspect to walk out the front door with hands up. so far the suspect has not come out. police also gave the suspect a phone number to call them directly. a neighbor tells me a woman lives in that house and they claim she's been using a bb gun to shoot house windows and cars in this neighborhood. police have not confirmed that.
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now, they have blocked off secks of monticello avenue. and meanwhile neighbors have not been able to get back into their homes. so many of them are parked waiting for the word they can get back into their homes on this saturday night. >> marianne, thank you very much. and our other top story. >> hundreds of thousands of people wanting schools to be made safer with legislation. live in san francisco where the march ended this afternoon. >> reporter: thousands of people rallied and then they marched, but they all together with a united voice on a single issue. >> what do we want? >> gun control.
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>> reporter: one had her career shake bide gun violence. she's been an advocate for gun control ever since. >> the question that has to be asked is how many must die before the united states does something about this. >> reporter: briar goldberg has her life shaked by gun violence. he's a survive of columbine. >> columbine wasn't the first, but i just assumed because we were kids whatever needed to get done so it wouldn't happen again would just get done. >> reporter: and here's something to keep in mind. most of the high school students here and in oakland and around the bay area and the rest of events across the country have never lived in a time without school shootings. >> for my entire life and most of the students currently in high school mass shootings have been just something that the
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government hasn't done anything about. >> reporter: this march includes generations of people from all walks of life. their message is simple. >> anti-guns because they're bad and all they do is just kill. >> reporter: they say their mission is to pass comprehensive gun control laws. now, we're told about 25,000 people rsvp'd for the event. >> former president barack obama applauded the kids for the movement saying, quote, michelle and i are so inspired by all the young people who made today's march happen. keep at it. you're leading us forward. nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for
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change. >> what do we want it? >> gun control. >> when do we want it? >> now. >> activism in southern california as well as senator harris joining and tweeting out this video. >> we've received pictures all day long, and we want to thank you for that. this one a powerful one. listen to the kids. this picture was taken in the middle of the rain at the march in san jose. here's a picture at taken at the march, a colorful picture saying lives, not guns. and she also sent us another photo, a father posing with his child. we posted even more pictures on our website. and you can see a slide show featuring pictures and videos from all across the area. to weather now. a delayed winter. we've seen plenty of rain on and off across the area. and it looks that winter weather
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is going to appear again. >> right now we're seeing those showers moving into the san jose. and that's where our storm ranger doppler radar is deployed tonight. interestingly enough color coded on the radar snow around north hamilton and also the national radar service site and the santa cruz mountains seeing a mix of sleet and snow. another cold system, the last we think in a series, dropping down the coast tonight. tomorrow morning if you have showers, you'll see 40 degree temperatures, and some clearing in the north bay could lead to some upper 30s. the seven day forecast ahead lo looks a lot warmer. a look at that coming up at 11:15. >> we'll see you then. thanks, rob. with our nbc bay area app you'll always be in the know. it is free and you can monitor changing conditions throughout the day while you're on the depot. new at 11:00, a mobile home
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fire has left six people without homes today near springs road near rolling wood drive. when emergency crews got there the flames had spread to two more mobile homes leaving an 84-year-old man trapped inside. one officer was able to crawl inside that home through a window and help that man escape. they're calling the fire an accident. san mateo police are on the look out for a man tay say threatened to shoot-up a school. his images was captured on a surveillance camera. yesterday evening he went into a big five sporting goodies store and told an employee he wanted to buy a weapon. police do not believe his statements were credible, but they still want to find him. on this day of protesting gun violence, a gun buy back. the line of gun owners stretched
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around the parking lot as they waited to turn in their guns for cash. within two hours deputies collected hundreds of firearms. ther there's some of them right there. deputies had $20,000 to give the gun owners and it was all cashed out by noon. several gun owners said safety was the reason for getting rid of their firearms. >> we have a 2-year-old granddaughter who runs around our house now, and even though the guns were locked away in a locked case way up in our rafters in a garage, we were in our 70s, and we felt it was time to be cleared out. >> those guns are going to be screened to see if any were stolen. and if they were stolen, they could be returned to their original owners. it reportedly happened around 11:00 last night near ash street. when officers arrived they found a man gunned down outside a
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duplex, just a short distance from a park and playground. neighbors spoke with us and said they're disturbed something like this could happen in their neighborhood. >> we don't even have problems with people taking stuff. our neighborhood is kind of good for where we're at. i don't know. i hope this doesn't change anything. >> police have not yet identified the victim. anyone with information is being asked to call the newark police department. new at 11:00, a san jose community is showing support for a profit that was hit hard by a theft overnight. sharing these photos after thieves stole his food truck generator and two generators from a kitchen classroom. he says the damage is going to cost him about $10,000. but already support from the community is showing up. he's received nearly $4,000 in
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donations just today. check this out. two rv trailers up in flames after two carnival trailers caught fire at the mall in hayward. no one was hurt. the mall was hosting a carnival in its parking lot. that's why the trailers were there. no word on what caused the flames. still to come, tesla pumping the brakes on its deliveries. why the slow down and where customers are being impacted. and a man is recovering tonight after being rescued from a well in the east bay. how our water situation may be the reason this story had a happy ending. tesla )s c-e-o elos
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calling for a "slow down" of its new at 11:00, tesla's ceo
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elon musk is calling for a slow down of its electric car deliveries in norway after reports the company is having trouble delivering its cars safely. a website is reporting it's stopped repeat tesla shipments. apparently they've not been complying with norway's traffic rules. one truck ended up in an accident that destroyed two model x cars. he wrote quote, customer's happiness and safety matter more than money this quarter. two tires blew out. on that plane. the plane ended up stuck in the middle of the runway. two blown tires. 165 passengers and crew onboard, they were evacuated an hour later. nobody hurt. the plane was eventually towed away. the airport was closed two and a half hours disrupting 82
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flights. a man got trapped in a well. sky ranger was over the scene in freminute. the elderly man falling 26 feet into the a pool of water. had the water not been there, and it still been in a drought, the man might have fallen 100 feet to his death. firefighters rushed to the rescue. >> reporter: from the start fremont firefighters say it was a delicate operation. he was treading cold-water in an 26 foot old well. the man was 92 years old. >> he's my best friend and there's nothing i can do. >> reporter: he says the man and his daughter had been gardening. they use the old well to water their plants. they finished around 10:30. she headed towards the house. he headed to the well to check the water levels.
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>> he didn't come in the house so she went looking for him and there he was at the bottom of the well, just colder than an ice cube. >> reporter: turns out the floor of that 100-year-old pump house just gave way. >> we found him up to his neck in water. he was clinging to the side of the well because we could not find the bottom. >> reporter: firefighters used a ladder truck rig to lower a firefighter into the well and a harness and life jacket for the victim. and they hoisted him up and out. and once out he was taken to the hospital to be checked out. >> he's got numerous lacerations to his head and arms. he's very lucky given the expensive fall and with hypothermia, and, you know, due to his age. >> reporter: nbc bay area news. >> the lights were going down around the globe for earth hour. take a look at the colosseum in rome. it went dark for the worldwide event. in paris, lights out at the
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eiffel tower. the world life fund organizes the event each year to encourage people around the globe to please lower their usage. winter rain returning. it's almost the end of march. >> and there's still snow in the santa cruz mountains in hamilton tonight. and that gives you an indication of how the system is coming down the coast. we'll take you outside right now, and not too bad temperatures wise in san jose. san francisco also at 50 degrees, and our next stop takes us into oakland where it's a bit breezy tonight. we have 48 degrees, feels like temperature combined with the wind closer to 35. some 30s and 40s to start things off with scattered showers. and daytime highs tomorrow still in the 50s for most of the area. upper 50s for san jose. tri-valley seeing numbers at
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both 50 in liver moore, and looks like mid-50s, chance of scattered showers but most of those will likely be up in the hills. up to downtown san francisco we'll have highs in the upper 50s, and you get the idea. north bay, more 50s for you with some scattered showers at times and a breezy and cool finish to the weekend. right now our storm ranger doppler radar picking up snow around the mountain there, the crest of the santa cruz mountains seeing a bit of snow. same story around hamilton, a few showers passing around livermor and out of the tri-valley. we'll see showers increasing to about 9:00, and the focus in the morning maybe along the coast and the santa cruz mountains. and with heating of the day on the hilltops you'll likely see
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some showers forming and moving from north to south during the afternoon hours. and as soon as the sun sets the atmosphere begins to stabilize and things start to dry out. in fact this rain we're getting for the next 24 hours, probably the last we're going to see for a while. still the reason you're going to want to keep the umbrella on standby for one more day. big dropping low pressure across the west coast. this really has been the story for most of march. but watch what happens with this strong ridge of high pressure. tomorrow and wednesday warming by much as 20 to 30 degrees. if you've been waiting for spring it's finally showing up in the seven day forecast. 50s tomorrow and blustery in san francisco. a few passing showers and we'll finish in the 50s. but may have a chance of 70s and 80s by thursday, it looks like
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those warm temperatures should hold onto start next weekend. so spring will feel like it by the middle part of the week. >> all i could were the temperatures on the bottom of the screen. are they correct? >> they're the right ones. >> you forget what 70s are like. let's check in with fallin smith now with a look of what's coming up next in sports. the injury bug have found the giants before they could even get to opening day. we'll have an update on the giants straight ahead. plus after missing six games with an ankle injury steph curry's return was foiled by another injury, this time his left knee. the status of the two time mvp next in sports.
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i'm fallin smith at the xfinity sports desk. man, the warriors just can't catch a break. no kevin durant, no drayman
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green, no clay thompson, but at least steph curry was back last night, right? except his return only lasted three quarters. curry was injured after he fell on his left knee late in the third quarter. so what's the status of the guard? >> it's never good when steph curry's injured but the news could have been worse today. it's a grade 2 sprain in the left knee. he'll be reevaluated in three weeks, but that puts the start of the playoffs in jeopardy. when will we expect to see him back and how effective will he be? >> the first round starts on april 14th, which is exactly those weeks from today. so steph curry will not be playing the game in the first round. that much we know. if the first round goes onto six or seven games he might be able to play. more realistically you're looking at steph curry to the second round for the warriors.
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>> today he underwent successful surgery which included having three pins inserted into his broken right pinkie finger. >> yeah, we're looking at a couple of months here. give or take. so it's going to take a while. but i guess the good news that we got this morning is that they really felt good about the surgery. we're putting the pins in to help it heal a bit quicker. >> that's it for sports. more news after the break. the a
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fans a discount to park at the coliseum. but there )s a catch. the a's are offering giants
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fans a discount to park at the colosseum but, terry. >> there's a catch. it's a baseball story, so there's a catch. parking is going to cost $50 for giants fans at the caw coelom this season. any giants fan that yell a's at the parking gates is only going to be charged $30. a's are having a little fun while trying to add a spark to their rivalry. the jiepts at the colosseum tomorrow for the opener. >> where's the loyalty? >> folks your loyalty is for sale, it's for sale. you can say later i'm just kidding. >> we could see a few showers. maybe up towards the hills. you see a lot of showers right now around the south bay and some snow around the santa cruz mountains. seven day forecast will go from
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feeling like winter to summer. big warm up. >> that's the way i like it. "saturday night live" coming up now. >> have a good night. my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else.
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i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> mr. president, are you sure that yon

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