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live where you live, this is abc7 news. i wanted to cry but that's not going to solve anything. >> upset but ready to fight back. a north bay woman says i.c.e. has detained her husband good evening, and thanks for joining us. >> the woman had heard about potential i.c.e. raids in the bay area. the warning came from the oakland mayor live a shaf. >> cornell bernard has more about the mayor's alert. >> yesterday, i learned information from multiple sources that there is potentially an i.c.e. activity planned in the bay area.
>> a stunning warning from libby schaaf that i.c.e. operations were imminent but there were few details when and where. >> it is not my wish to panic people but to insure that they're prepared with information. >> immigration advocate emma paulino says her community is scared. >> we have to be strong. we want to invite the community not to be in panic. we want to be prepared and we want to be all together. >> councilman noel guyo questions the public alert. >> it creates a lot of fear in people. people don't go to work tomorrow. >> the rapid response network is on alert telling undocumented people to know their rights. >> we're telling people just to be careful about what's going on. be sure that those coming after you, if you're in your house, that they have a warrant for your arrest. >> the mayor says her sources those targeted by i.c.e. sweeps were wanted for immigration violations and not crimes.
shaf doesn't believe she's obstructing justice with her warning. >> i did seek legal counsel about what my obligations are in this situation. >> in a statement, an i.c.e. spokesperson told abc7 news there are i.c.e. operations every day. and it is unclear what the mayor is referring to. cornell bernard, abc7 news. the mayor may have been referring to incidents like one that happened today in napa. family of an undocumented 39-year-old man recorded video of a half dozen i.c.e. agents arriving at their property. they went straight to the backyard and detained the man. he's been here since he was just 4 years old. officers asked him his name and without incident took him into custody. the family feared one day this would happen but they hoped they would be a low priority for i.c.e. >> he wasn't -- it's not like he was a problem person. he went to work and he didn't drnk or do anything or wasn't doing anything wrong. we just assumed they were coming for other people who are doing you know wrong stuff.
>> he would always tell me he didn't want me to do drugs and that i had the opportunity to be here and i should be able to do something with that and i should try hard in school and whether i make it just suck it up and try my best. i put that through my head. >> the family has sought help from the north california rapid response and immigrant defense network. >> a college basketball coach has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence after his team played in san francisco last night. sfpd arrested university of san diego head men's basketball coach la montsmith at oakland airport this morning. they were called to a hotel near union square just after midnight for a domestic disturbance. the victim said she and the coach were intimately involved. she was taken to the hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries. police arrested smith at the airport. he is out on bail. the university of san diego says it is aware of the accusations
and now investigating. menlo park police hope someone will help them find a man suspected of firing an assault rifle after getting angry about a noisy party. abc7 news was on severe avenue when police lifted a shelter in place order this morning. the gunfire erupted about 11:00 last night. officers waited till they could get a search warrant before searching a home linked to the suspect. he wasn't there. in the meantime, fremont police have arrested a man suspected of robbing and sexually assaulting two women who work at a party city store. detectives us the man entered the store right before it opened yesterday. he threatened the women with a gun and police spent hours looking for everyday at the free monthub shopping interest center. police captured minimum more than 12 hours after the crime occurred. students at the florida high school where a gunman killed 17 people are preparing to return to classes this cop week. marjory stoneman douglas held an
open house today where parents and students were allowed to come back to the campus and make schedule changes or request any services they need. classes are set to resume on wednesday. some of the students are keeping up their fight for tougher gun control laws and vowing to create change. >> it's our generation. columbine was 19 years ago and now that you've had an entire generation of kids growing up around mass shootings and the fact that they're starting to be able to vote, explains how we're going to have this change. kids are not going to accept this. >> now, their efforts are working. more than a dozen major companies have cut ties to the nra. but the nra is not backing down. the president has indicated a willingness to make changes to gun laws. abc news reporter stephanie ramos has details. >> tonight president trump and the national rifle association, the closest of allies, at odds about what to do in the wake of the deadly florida high school massacre. >> it doesn't seem to make sense
you have to wait till you're 21 years old to get a pilates but to get a gun like this maniac used in the school, you get that at 18. i mean that, doesn't make sense. frankly i explained that to the nra. >> the nra is pushing back against any calls to raise the able limit to buy a semi-automatic rifle like the one used in florida and other deadly mass shootings. >> the position is you do not want to raise the age. >> that's what the nra said, that's correct. >> another point of contention, banning bump stocks like the one used in the deadly las vegas rampage that killed 58 people. the president repeating in a phone interview he supports the ban but tonight nra spokeswoman dana loesch clear on the group's opposition to that proposal. >> the nra doesn't back any ban. >> one proposal the president and nra saw eye to eye on, securing schools. the president calling for some teachers to be armed. >> and if they had concealed permits, you wouldn't have this problem today.
>> but this teacher who survived the florida shooting speaking out against that proposal. >> i would definitely say not. having something like this in the vicinity is not a good idea. >> the nra has faced fierce backlash in the wake of the school shooting in parkland that claimed 17 lives. over the weekend, delta and united airline sds joining more than a dozen companies severing ties with the gun advocacy group. >> i wish as much attention were given to the broward county scherff and their abdication of duty as trying to blame law abiding gun owners. >> stephanie ramos. >> senator dianne feinstein did not get the official endorsement of the california democratic party at this weekend's convention. her challenger kevin de leon also failed to get the 60% needed to get the endorsement. activists can pare eager to put back de leon. others view the 84-year-old feinstein as someone who has been in washington too long and
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facility. bob lucky was 83 years old. the nation's largest animal protection organization is embroiled in a sexual harassmen. two high profile leaders of the humane society of the united states have resigned after complaints against them became public. now former employees northern california women give their first television interviews about the group's leadership crisis to dan noyes, an exclues of iteam report tomorrow at 11:00 p.m. american indian tribes say they have been cut out of california's legal marijuana market and may start their own pott businesses. rules requiring them to be licensed by the state would strip them of authority over their own lands and the right to self-governance. so far the states and tribes failed to reach an agreement. the tribes are circulating a proposal that callses for the governor to reach a deal with them allowing them to take part in the legal market while recognizing their exclusive authority. >> an effort onto preserve a
piece of what the south bay used to be. >> a sign of e times. a preservation group is trying to save a sign that's been a beacon in san jose more than 50 years. check the ought of their efforts trite ahead. >> and we see much needed rain. drew tuma up next with the accuweather forecast. >> head coach steve kerr is liking what he says when the
oakland is celebrate grand opening of what's being caused northern california's first fully automated parking garage. you're looking at video from city lift showing how the garage works. beak you drive your car into what designers call the hive. robotic equipment does the rest moving your car between levels
and finally into its very own space. the idea is to squeeze more cars into less space than garages where you druv into your space. a fund-raiser took place in san jose to preserve a landmark part of the city for decades. abc7 news was at the poor house played to support the dancing pig. you may have seen the sign. the sign's original owner the stevens meat company no longer exists and the city now owns the land. the preservation action council wants to restore and poof the sign to another location. >> we can get the thing up and operational, which we're going to do, then it will become a legacy for not only people today, the preservationists of today but it will be something for preservationists of tomorrow. >> plans call for google to build a campus on the land where the dancing pig currently stands. now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> and an accuweather tonight, tracking light showers for your
monday morning commute. but a stronger storm will work into the picture later into the week. live doppler 7 along with satellite today, we had a lot of sunshine. clear skies. but tonight we have cloud cover building in. ahead of some rain that works into the picture tomorrow morning. ahead of that front, temperatures still in some spots are in the 50s. not as chilly as we have been the past couple of nights. 49 right now in oakland. 48 in san francisco. 49 in the that the current low, our current temperature rather in san jose. overnight tonight, your lows no 20s on the board. temperatures a little bit warmer than we have been the past couple nights. or coldest spots in the north bay dropping into the 30s. most spots outside of the north bay fall into the mid to low 40s as showers move through. on the storm impact scale, the system on monday, it's a one. it's a light system, rainfall generally less than a quarter inch of rain in most spots. showers the timing during the monday morning commute that means add extra time tomorrow
morning early on. there is the chance in the afternoon we could see a thunder shower pop up with the system. hour by hour we go. future weather, 3:00, we stop the time stamp early tomorrow morning. light showers focused first in the north bay. by 7:00 in the morning, as the morning commute is underway, the focus of the showers will be south of of the golden gate along the peninsula moving inland into the east bay and south bay, as well. it's a quick moving front. the steadiest rain is out of here midday. by the afternoon, we'll see a couple of isolated showers pop up. we could see a thundershower in the mix. the storm prediction center placed much of the region under aid slight risk of a thunderstorm popping up tomorrow. if one does, our threat would be small hail and an isolated strike of lightning. highs on monday, breezy cool with the morning showers. 55 in oakland tomorrow afternoon. 53 in san francisco. 56 in santa rosa. the same in san rose.
livermore 55. a winter weather advisory starting early tomorrow morning for the sierra. five to ten inches of snow likely. the snow levels down to 2,000 feet. there could be isolated spots up to 14 inches of snow. but a much stronger system will move in here on thursday. on the storm impact scale, this will rank a two. a moderate system. we haven't seen a storm of this intensity since early january. rainfall about half of an inch to an inch and a half across the region. we'll get soaking on the way. winds 20 to 40 miles per hour. significant sierra snowfall. this next six days we'll measuring it in feet by saturday. two to three feet. a common total in the sierra after the two storms move through. accuweather seven-day forecast, light showers on monday morning. sunny on tuesday. increasing clouds on wednesday with the moderate storm, a 2 on the storm impact scale. scattered showers on friday and we brighten into next weekend. >> mike shumann.
>> steph curry did not travel to new york today dealing with personal issues but will play tomorrow against the knicks. jordan bell is questionable and patrick mccaul is out. today once the team arrived in the big apple they'll play the next three gase on the east coast. now, the all-star break is over. it's time to get them ready for the postseason. >> we've got a lot of mileage on us. i don't expect to us be in top form night after night. this feels like a stretch run. i think the last couple games have been good ones for us, and feels like we're rounding into form, which i think is good timing. >> elsewhere, cabs hosting the spurs. lebron james was an assist shy of a triple-double. he's good. 33 points, 13 boards, nine assists lays it in and the foul. third quarter pau gasol. knocks down the three. lamarcus aldrich added a team high 27. spurs win it end a four-game
slide. college hoops today, stanford's women's basketball game was canceled following the death of long time cougar strength and conditioning coach david lang. the correct move after a sudden passing. the game will not be rescheduled. next up the pac-12 tournament in seattle. cal women facing the huskies. bears outscore their opponent 20-6. strong underneath the basket. c.j. west gets the rebound and the put-back. the fourth all type leading scorer at cal. bears win 83-67 the final. sharks in minnesota. this guy wants to be brent burns. has the beard going. hansen great pass to ryan. one-timer makes it 1-0 sharks. they went up 2-0. matt cullen scores with 43 seconds left in the second. eric stahl would get a fortunate bounce. sending this game to overtime where jared spurge onscores with
12 seconds left in the extra frame. the sharks fall 3-2 finishing 1-2-1. madison bumgarner pitched 1 2/3 innings allowing three runs on four hits. this lead off home run tore ian happ. all five came via the strikeout. the giants fall while the a's tied the royals. justin thomas on the par 5 18th. third shot, he puts it about two feet. would make that putt for a birdie. he's 8 under par. luke list on the par 5 18th. had the eagle putt for the win. the not to be. he taps in for birdie. we're going to sudden death. back to 18, role reversal. l lifts his chance for his first pga title. thomas drains the birdie for his eighth pga tour win, moves to number three in the world and atop the fedexcup standings.
nascar had a slight weather delay before the race. 2 laps to go. if your car looks like trevor baines, we advise to you pull over. that brought out the caution. kevin harvick led 181 of the 321 laps. of greg jump takes the checkered flag. nhra arizona nationals. john force taking on johnny lindberg. force his engine explodes. he then gets tangled with a parachute of lindberg causing him to crash. the 68-year-old was alert and responsive but hospitalized for further evaluation. his daughter courtney force went on to win the event. coming up at 11:00 p.m. over on abc7, zemaitis pachulia talks about being benched as starter. he's very honest. worth a listen and we'll deal with the fact that russell westbrook called him a dirty player. >> yes, he did. >> thank you. "black panther" cuts through the competition again for an
. tonight on abc7 news at 11:00, we're learning new details tonight about the arrest of the university of san diego's basketball coach here in san francisco early this morning. he's accused of domestic violence tonight. >> a car slaps into a child's southern california hope. family saying it's a miracle the child was not hurt. >> this weekend "black panther" became the fourth film ever to earn more than $100 million domestically in its second
weekend. its diverse american audience. hispanic audiences make up 17%, 7% asian, 37% white. >> and because the me of movie is just good. >> bla"black panther" made $10 million this weekend helping it to 700 million worldwide since it opened. the comedy "game night" the high bri sci-fi thriller "nilelation" finished in the top five. >> "black panther" is evened by our parent company disney. i have seen it. little kids will enjoy it. for grown-ups there's a lot to think about. the fact that parts of it take place in oakland. >> that, too. you're seeing it twice. >> i am. >> and i'm paying for it. >> that's it for "abc7 news at 9." our next newscast is at 11:00. >> we'll see you then.
- [announcer] it's the michelle meow show. your a to z covering the lgbt, lmnop, and everyone in-between. here's michelle meow. - welcome to the michelle meow show, your a through z covering the lgbt, lmnop and everyone in-between show. tonight we have a special program for you. we're here at grace cathedral church and so our interview will be with the very reverend malcolm young, who's gonna talk about lgbtq inclusion and support. the church had just featured the names project, which are panels from the aids memorial quilt, and they just opened up their newly reconstructed aids interfaith memorial chapel. we'll also speak to michael g. pappas, who is a faith leader himself. he is the executive director of the san francisco interfaith council.