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>> announcer: live from the kgo tv broadcast centers, this is abc 7 news. good evening. i'm ama daetz. a man is in custody accused of shooting his neighbor he police say came home to the wrong apartment. a student at sf kr spent the night out with friends and came home to his building on mission street just after 1:40 this morning. a abc 7 news says he walked out of the elevator over to what he thought was his apartment.
unfortunately two floors below his. he was shot. the man who shot him surrendered to police. authorities in the east bay are searching for a gunman after a deadly clash on 570. crews responded just before 1:00 p.m. they had to shut down eastbound lane os to clean up and investigate a homicide. abc 7 news reporter report. >> reporter: officers shut down all lanes of this stretch of 580 backing up traffic for miles. the male driver of the blue suv lost ctrol after being shot by someone in another car. >> we don't believe the lone occupant was firing at anybody. we believe that the suspect or suspects were firing at him. >> reporter: witnesses say the suv rolled over multiple times before hitting the center divide. people who live along the freeway heard the gunshots and the crash. >> there was five gunshots. pop, pop, pop -- >> i grabbed my jacket, ran
outside because i thought one of my brothers got shot and then i heard the car crashing, and we came and ran up here. you could see the man over in dead in the car with a gunshot wound. it's sad. >> reporter: it's unclear if the driver died from the gunshot or the impact of the crash. at this point police have no idea if this was road rage or something else. >> trying to determine, again, a motive or if the victim had any enemies or anybody that might have warranted to shoot him. >> reporter: richmond police are hoping witnessless come forward. they say someone should have seen something, considering it was a relatively busy time of day. richmond residents say thank goodness no one else was hurt. >> it's sad. i don't know what the situation was, but innocent people riding on the freeway. a stray bullet could have hit one of them. >> reporter: anyone with information is urged to call police for abc 7 news. and tonight san francisco police are looking for the driver in a fatal hit-and-run in the mission district. at 1:40 this morning the driver
ran a red light as cesar chavez and folsom streets and ran into another vehicle. its driver later died at the hospital. police say the suspects took off running however one passenger remained behind to talk to police. the describer of a third car damped in the crash suffered minor injuries. new details about that santa clara teen stowaway who survived a flight to hawaii in the wheelwell of a jet. he's back in custody atocial services. the contra costa times, according to their report. the 15-year-old is no longer in hawaii after spending about two weeks there recovering. his father flew to hawaii opening to reunite with his son. hawaiian officials reportedly denied the father's
request to see his son and bring him back home. there were tense moments at great america today after riders became stuck. it wasn't on any of the big rides. it was the delta flier eagles
flight around 2:00 the air gondola stopped running. sky 7 hd shows them working again 20 minutes later and a great america spokesperson says 2 was a problem onboard the ride. riders were not in danger. a tesla job fair ended early today after thousands of people showed up leading to long lines, building capacity worries even a traffic jam on the freeway. the job fair was supposed to run from 8:00 to five. after talking with local law enforcement about crowding on fremont streets, the company fair ended at 10:00. cars backed up on to 880 this morning causing traffic problems. the crowding happened despite the fact people had to get an event before the event and only people with tickets were allowed in the woman
at the center of the scandal involving clippers owner donald sterling is on the record speaking exclusively to abc news anchor barbara walter. more on the interview since sterling was recorded making racist remarks. >> reporter: beauty and the
billionaire. while he's been making himself scarce, she's been skating, traipsing around town in her full-faced visor and speeding away from the media but it was abc abc's barbara walter who got her to sit down for an interview. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. i think the things he says are not what he feels. anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment. >> sometimes in the heat of the moment you say things -- >> that you mean. >> -- >> that you mean. >> or that you feel. >> reporter: she says she didn't release the words where some say is one of the most hated men in america. >> if you want to broadcast that you're associates with black people. >> reporter: sterling speaking to du jour, a magazine catering to the wealthy saying "i wish i had just paid her off." stiviano spoke to sterling minutes before the interview says sterling is suffering.
>> he feels very alone. tormented. emotionally traumatized. >> from what? >> from everything. from everyone. he's hurt. by the things that he said himself. he should apologize to the nation, to the world for his racist remarks. >> reporter: the los angeles clippers in a must-win game tonight ghent the golden state warriors trying to distance themselves from their embattled owner. as for donald sterling, he's expected to get notice from the nba of the charges against him harks a couple days to respond and then a hearing in front of the nba's board of governors to decide whether or not he loses his team. ryan smith, abc news, los angeles. we will continue to bring you all the developments in the sterling controversy and to see barbara walters exclusive interview in its entirety go to our website, abc 7 news dotcom. still ahead at 9:00, google's eyewear device called glass cost $1,500 to purchase.
a report that takes us inside the divide. and we'll show you the life-changing surprise for a california teen who was born with one leg. and good evening. i'm in the accuweather center. a lot cooler and breezy. i'll let you now how long that trend continues as we look towards the west with incruising closed overnight.
local businesses to help introduce people to the high-tech glasses dispel that they're elittest or snobby. the perception exists in part because the device cost $1,500. however a new report looking at what's inside found there's only about $80 worth of assembled components. according to website teardown.com the most expensive part is the texas instruments processor at $13.96. of course, the $80 r covers assembly and components, not development, design, licensing and marketing. a california teen born with just one leg received a life-changing surprise. 13-year-old david stunts of bakersfields is pretty amazing. he made the middle school basketball team despite using a prosthetic leg. the same prosthetic used at the paralimbices. he was take ton a wounded warriors headquarters. david is one of ten kids in the
u.s. who has one. >> this leg is going to change his life. i remember how awesome it was when i got my first leg. so exciting to see the kid get a new leg. >> a lot lighter. it's going to -- be able to run faster, jump high perp he's going to be probably able to do things he never thought he'd be able to do before. >> the u.s. wounded warrior softball team raed the money to pay for his state-of-the-art prosthetic leg. coming up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, one of the funniest nights in washington just wrapped up. some of the best lines from the white house correspondent's dinner. and what's in store for your sunday, next with the forecast. three game sevens today in the nba. and indiana escapes the upset and indiana escapes the upset and moves on.
tonight the president led a roast of washington at the white house correspondents dinner, an annual event packed with business leaders, celebries, raising money to give scholarships to hopeful journalists. it's a huge draw because of its cutthroat jokes. a taste from the president and host joel mckale. >> after my stellar 2013, what can i possibly talk about? [ laughter ] >> we rollaled out healthcare.gov. that could have gone better. on the plus side, they did turn the launch of healthcare.gov into one of the year's biggest movies. >> tonight the show is broadcast on cspan. yeah. cspan is like one of those paranormal activity movies. it's just grainy shots of empty rooms interrupted by images of
people you're pretty sure died a few years ago. between rob ford, justin bieber and ted cruz, you just want to tell canada, hey, hey, relax. we already have a florida. [ laughter ] the vice president isn't here tonight. not for security reasons. he just thought this event was being held at the dulles airport appleby's. yes, right now joe is elbow deep in jalapeno poppers and talking to a construction guy he thinks is john boehner. >> tonight was the 100th anniversary of the white house correspondents association. that 40e69s the esilent. > -- that hosts the event. breezy today? >> very breezy. gusts near 40 miles an hour and live doppler picking up increasing clouds from the north due to an area of low pressure, and it's clearer as you head farther south. san jose and parts of monterey
bay, looking from emeryville towards the bay bridge and san francisco, low clouds. the marine layer moving in again overnight. temperatures now mainly in the mid to upper 50s. 56 in suvñfrancisco. oakland 59. redwood city, 58, france and half moon bay a schooler spot. and notice camera's bouncing a bit, seeing that strong sea breeze from the west and northwest. it's currently 58 in santa rosa. 55 in napa,ened more upper 50s and mid-50s through fairfield, concord and livermore. the wind speeds now have come down quite a bit, but notice it's still gusting to about 33 miles an hour in fair pead. 23 miles an hour at sfo. even 29 miles per hour right now from the west in novato and not as breezy heading farther south in mountain view and san jose. from our roof looking towards
the bay bridge and most the flags blowing in the wind over the ferry building. here's what you need to know. we're going to have increasing clouds overnight with a chance of patchy fog tomorrow morning again. the cooling trend continues into monday, and then warmer by the middle of next week, and here's why. the pacific satellite image shows an area of low pressure. so it's circulating counterclockwise bringing a strong onshore flow. that brought cooler conditions inland today and continuing to move east. as it does, slightly cooler numbers into monday. after that, high pressure rebuilds and temperatures will rebound middle of the week. overnight lows in the upper 40s mainly to near 50 and low 50s out there. 53 in san francisco. 52 in palo a lot oh alto. numbers similar to today's numbers. 62 in san francisco. 61 half moon bay. upper 60s through fremont, palo
alto and low 70s in the inlan valleys. 71 in concord. we saw 90s just a couple days ago giving you an idea of the big change we've had the last couple days. here's a trend forecast, which shows you what to expect next week. for example, in san jose, the average high is 74. so we'll be below average tomorrow and lower into monday. then things start to kurn around -- turn around tuesday. ramp up and well above average n for next weekend and in the 80s. a slight chance of rain monday night into tuesday and that's only for areas in the north bay. >> okay. all right. thank you, frances. here with sports, lucky number seven in the nba? >> three game sevens today. if you can't get up, shouldn't be on the floor. warriors and clippers laying it on the line.
to dreamont to the finish. leading to a breakaway from iguodala, 10 points in the half. a 10-point lead after one. green from behind the arc, 3 for 3. curry ends the half with a bang. look at this. hits the 3. gets fouled. 53-63 right now. winner the game gets the second seed -- okay. beating memphis. durant led the way with 33 points. westberg a triple double, 16 assists. 10 boards. thunder win 121-99 the time. pacers down 3-2 in the series. playoff career high 30 points, 1 1 rebounds from paul george. stephenson 19 points 14 boards. irchd ind ends a struggal with a
victory, get washington in the conference semis. giants take their second straight for tbraves and fourth straight in the win column with home runs and solid pitching. wearing throwback uniforms, both teams. leading often with the eighth home run of the season. solo shot. 1-0 giants. g men hit homers in ten straight games. vogelsong, first of the season. sandoval helping. turning the double play. braves tied at one. in the fourth, buster leads off seventh of the year. another solo shot. 2-1 giants. and miking morris going deep. his eighth. lead the league in solo home runs. all three held off the inning. giants eighth win in nine games. boston strong. all glory. fenway park, former a, and kicking things off in the first. grand slam. malone gave up three home runs dropping to 0-3. more than enough for boston
pitcher lester. one hit, eight shutout innings. red sox win 6-2, go for the sweep tomorrow. over to churchill downs in louisville for the 140th run of the kentucky derby. favorite, california chrome won four straight coming in and ran away from the field down the stretch. start of today's race, no incident. california chrome from the fifth spot. 5-2 favorite, in perfect position around the first turn and turned it on down the stretch. >> california chrome into the final furlong. got a five-length lead on competition. it is california chrome in front, and from the back of the pack on the outside, commanding curve taking second. but california chrome shines bright in the kentucky derby. >> california kroernlgs the first california bred horse to win the derby since 1962. jockey victor espinoza wins his second kentucky derby and art
sherman wins with his first-ever horse in 34 years. commanding curve second, danza third. >> from the exercise, california bred won the kentucky derby, training the california bred that won the kentucky derby. all i've got to say is, do you non-believers believe this horse now and believe this man can train a horse? if you don't, you need have your head examined. >> triple crown winner. the wells fargo championship shot up the leaderboard. short game always good here on 18. saves par. 11 under. two back of the leader, j.b. holals. 6 under 66. bird on 18. got it. 13 under leading by one stroke. complete warrior high looets and reaction on abc 7. looking good so far, but it is early. >> i know. we want winning highlights. thank you. up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, across the nation, unite. millions of p
coming up tonight at 11:00 ap, a man accused of saving lives now accused of taking a life. killed his own fiancee. a new efficiency when it comes to toilets. thousands of bowls used to help keep money from going down the drain, tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00. comic book fans rushed to stored today to get their hands on free comics. happy kids of all ages lined up at fantastic comics in berkeley. they got to meet in of their favorite comic fantasy and sci-fi characters. big comic companies like marvel, d.c. and image were offering 60 different comics for free. stores handed out a total of about a million nationwide.
estimated 1,500 people showed up today. they handed out more than 10,000. the event started 12 years ago to help bring fans together. you had a favorite? >> i have to admit. archie. >> you're too young. >> no. i remember it. >> google it. >> thanks for joining us. see you at 11:00 over on channel 7.
>> tonight on swirl we speak with nate son of the controversial leader of westboro church. >> we'll not improve our lot as long as we respond to hate with more hate. >> he goes behind the scenes. >> don't be an. >> as seen on drag rice rising star. >> everybody knows that she knows. >> that's all coming up on swirl. [music]