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were in the hallway. >> this is the last call received by san francisco police dispatch after a double morning shooting. one witness told us he heard multiple gunshots. >> just heard three shots. >> a young woman suffered a critical chest wound and her ex-boyfriend was dead. >> had he made threats? was she afraid of him? >> no. interaction between the two were all cordials. >> police received the first 911 call the victim hung up when seeing the situation was resolved. officers responded and persuaded the man to leave. at 10:00 another call the suspect arrested for public intoxication. but he stayed in jail just for
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hours. at 4:00 a.m another 911 call. police allowed the man to pack up belongings and watched them leave. >> when they were able to make an arrest, they did. he was under the influence of alcohol in a public place. and they made a arrests. a neighbor told abc7 news the young woman apologized to them and told them he was no longer allowed to live in the apartment. >> san jose's police chief banned officers from loan moonlighting at levis stadium. this after abc7 news learned ray mcdonald personally called a sargeant shortly after an
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alleged domestic dispute. mcdonald new the officer from his work at niners games other officers arrested mcdonald for domestic abuse on his pregnant fiancee the chief says this is quote, necessary in the best interest of the department for now. >> president obama is back in the bay area to raise more money for the democratic party. he arrived at sfo around 3:30, greeted by senator barbara boxer. he also shook hands with a group of small guests. the fund-raiser being held at the w hotel. that is where we are now. hi, katie. >> yes. event is scheduled to begin in less than an hour at 7:00 here.
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multiple groups are waiting to greet the president with disappointment. take a look at this video the reasons they're here are mixed but mostly, the groups are made up of antiwar protestors one man said the president didn't ask people or don gres for permission to attack. >> he won't hear us. it takes $5,000 to have him hear you. people are going to hear us in the streets. >> across the street, other groups are also asking the president to stop isis. but they want him to as well help the innocent citizens that have been killed and those threatened in a border town around seara. the man i spoke with said it would cost 5,000ses
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today get the attention of the president. was aiming low the event here at the w starts at 500 but the more expensive tickets go up to $32,000. also here tonight, singer maxwell is going to perform. and tomorrow the president is going to be at the home of zynga's co-founder. live in san francisco, abc7 news. >> the visit is one of several factors contributing to major traffic problems in downtown san francisco. tonight howard street is shut down. barricades are going up. officers encouraging everyone to leave the car at home. >> it's awful. i should be riding my bicycle.
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>> today we asked you to take caltrans, bart, ferries. >> with fleet week expect gridlock in the city all weekend long. >> just before his bay area visit the president was in san dimas. the president signed a proclamation to preserve 36,000 acres this afternoon. >> it was here that he showed the universe to be ever expanding and where astronomers explore mysteries of space. i can think of no better way to honor our past and protect our future than by preserving the san gabriel mountains. >> the state attorney general's office launched a criminal investigation into california public utilities commission. that disclosure follows yesterday's announcement by
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michael peavy he will not seek a third term at the end of his year amid accusations he and his commission have become too cozy with the utility they're supposed to be regulating the sacramento bee reports the attorney general camela harris wants to see e mails between the commission and pg&e. >> cal nier lift aid no fly ban on a fleet of 22 air tankers the agency grounded the aircraft after tuesday's crash, which killed a pilot from san jose. cal fire lifted the ban when investigators determined it was not related to item that's could affect other aircraft. >> the pilot of the air tanker
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that crashed in yosemite was laid to rest today. city firefighters raised the american flag from ladder trucks and the honor guard brought the casket to the funeral home. >> this is a risk of doing professions we choose to do. >> a chemistry teacher during off season, would have been a grandfather in january when his daughter is expecting a baby girl. >> the top man at microsoft continues to back pedal tonight his comments about female workers touched off a wildfire reaction. tonight a huge tech conference
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is about to start. >> yes. what you can see behind me is the set up for the sales force green force conference that begins on monday. thousands of tech employees are going to be in town. you can imagine the comments are going to be a hot topic. >> microsoft ceo is apologizing after comments set off a storm of criticism. iets not about asking for the raise but knowing and having faith that the system will actually give you the right raises as you go along. and that i think might be one of the initial super powers that women who don't offer have because that is good karma. it will come back. >> today on the streets of san francisco, women disagreed. >> as a professional woman i think it's absurd. >> if they feel like they've
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deserve it, they've got to ask for it. >> he responded saying he was inor tick lit, then sent an e mail saying that reads in part i answered the question wrong. i believe member and women should get equal pay for equal work. if you think you deserve a raise, you should ask. when it comes to raises, this tech work says many prefer to look for a new job. >> a lot of times we say have you asked for a raise? the more common answer is well, i have not. >> molly carter worked in tech. . >> i learned early on you do have is to stand up for yourself. >> she's glad he apologized but group ultra violet doesn't think it's enough. >> microsoft should fire him and replace him with a ceo who will take the wage gap seriously and take women in tech seriously. and reward their hard work with their salaries >> he ended his apology with, "i certainly learned a valuable
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lesson." women everywhere hope so. ". >> just ahead on abc7 news at 6:00 the bay area neighborhood that cyclists are vowing to stay out of following a series of attacks >> also, fleet week festivities moving into high gear in san francisco tonight. >> i'm spencer christian will high clouds and low clouds move out of here? i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up. >> i'm michael finney. coming up a way to sell a used car that is so easy. trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too.
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i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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san francisco police are stepping up patrols at golden gate park after several bicyclists were attacked by robbers. this happened three times in the past few weeks. latest attack sunday night. police say robbers throw objects at riders one was then kicked and punched. and. >> a friend of mine had a brick thrown at him in chicago. i've had a number of things >> san francisco police say the same group of men may be responsible for all three attacks. >> it's fleet week. a parade of ships arrived this morning. hundreds of people watched from along the water front to see.
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but the highlight is the blue angels. >> it's a little chilly out here, dan, this afternoon. maybe later on or tomorrow. but i can tell you that they're fun to watch when able to fly. that wasn't the case this afternoon with the blue angels we're take a tour tomorrow between 9:00 and 4:00. people waited for the blue angels to begin rehearsing. think cruised down. >> the blue angels in the air only 15 minutes and fog made it impossible to continue flying. this morning people lined up to
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seat parade of ships making its way down the bay. >> disappointed they didn't come closer. >> this group made it a tradition to park motor homes on treasure island every year. >> it's neat the best thing is to fly over from blue angels. >> the public will enjoy touring the ships on the uss america. it will be commissioned tomorrow. >> i live for this stuff. others are here for training exercises. they're going through search and rescue training. >> these are perishable skills when we get back we have a chance to put tools to concrete
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you learn something new. >> another group was here to get ideas on how to search for victims of an earthquake. >> this will be an idea how to do things right now. this is another opportunity for us. in san francisco abc7 news. >> if you can't make it, you can watch it where you live by visiting abc7 we'll stream live tomorrow and sunday. at . there was a dedication for those that paid this price.
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>> i just want to thank everyone wearing a white cap here. >> senator feinstein addressed the crowd. she came to dedicate a memorial on hold since before she was mayor. >> let me assure you that this day has been belong incoming. >> the mayors were saddled with a job left unfinished for 82 years. >> there is a lot of talk over the years about completing it. three committees were formed and disbanded. >> veterans have created their own memorial. over the years, this just happened people would come, bringing soil from battlefields. and they would bury it within the octagon. >> that is why this monument was
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designed around the soil. once on this ground now sealed. . >> i felt a connection to the soil. >> that soil placed in a chest and slid inside a privately funded $2.5 million tribute to those that gave their lives. >> we must honor those they fought for, and with. those made it back home. >> for the current mayor it's a call to action. >> we're on our way to end chronic homelessness. >> and >> in san francisco, abc7 news >> it's a solemn place.
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>> yes. >> wonderful to see it finished. >> it s time to check on our weather. >> yes we want to know about blue angels tomorrow will they have ability to fly? >> i think they will. by afternoon, mainly blue skies and temperatures climbing. so i'm optimistic. i followed my optimism here. high clouds and some areas of clouds near the coastline. you can see our current readings here. 61 degrees across the bay. 66. 72 in morgan hill. check out this view. looking at the skyline, it's 66 in santa rosa.
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napa, 65. and check out the setting sun. you can see lots of blue skies in this view. warming peeks on sunday. then, we cool down tuesday with a chance of rain tuesday and wednesday. overnight, patches pushing inland over the bachlt low temperatures mid to upper 50s the fog shows high clouds overnight and into early morning hours rment and fog cling together coastline. sunny skies over the bay. and inland by afternoon. you can see brief weekend warm up. coming behind it will be a cold air mass with a storm dropping down in the gulf of
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we have a red flag danger warning. and temperatures will be presenting conditions allowing rapid fire. and a beach hazard statement. large swells and dangerous rip currents will be with us. rain next week. well, here it comes. starting on monday shows rain arriving tuesday, and into wednesday, rain then tapers off. tomorrow, look for mild to warm conditions under sunny skies highs on the coast upper 60s to upper 80s and near 90s inland. here is the accu-weather forecast. hot sunday. mid-70s on the coast. >> yes.
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>> thank you. >> just ahead, fighting obesity.
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as we observe hispanic heritage month a gifted student has been recognized as a leader from the fast track.
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>> nick smith introduces us to a 16-year-old created two apps to fight obesity. >> out there it's very, the right is like very low. i can do it, they can do it, too. >> the 16-year-old started learning code in the ninth grade he took summer classes and now, he's using a new language called ruby. with this program, he created apps. >> as a low-income minority, i know a lot of people that are overweight. >> he is one of 20 students receiving the prestigious la teen yoez on the fast track. the this rewards spanish gamers and their ability to improve society. he created this. >> tries to encourage people to lose weight. iet works like this.
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sign up, you're connected to a community of others struggling with weight. he came up with trim fit two. trash smash. >> it's like whack-a-mole. but there are healthy and healthy foods on the screen. >> they see knit real life, that is in the game. in oakland, nick smith, abc7 news. >> ebola deaths reach a staggering level. >> medical teams scramble following a scare. >> pakistani teenager malala
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wins the nobel peace prize. what she hopes will happen now. >> trouble at snap chat. hundreds of thousands of photos leaked
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world health organization confirmed 4,000 people in west africa died from the ebola virus. the family of the person to die in the united states released his medical records he had a 103 fever on his initial visit to the emergency room staff released him he told the nurse he had recently been to africa. he was rushed back days later and died wednesday the case was the focus of a congressional hearing this afternoon. >> sure proper procedures are established and followed should another case arise in the united states. >> tomorrow, jfk airport will conduct additional screening for
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passengers coming from west africa. >> nerves rattled with a paepg got sick on a delta flight from new york to las vegas the plane had been quarantined when the passenger had travelled to africa. they learned the passenger was not have ebola. this sparked a joke. a hazmat team boarded the plane. >> tensions are high in ferguson, missouri the area expects four days of large scale mars. this in the wake of another police shooting of an 18-year-old in st. louis. there have been rallies on and off since august. a state grand jury is hearing evidence in that case
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>> richmond police chief will be finishing up a report. last month he traveled to be part of a panel of experts looking into training and supervision in st. louis county. a teenager shot in the head by a taliban fighter has become the youngest person ever to win the nobel peace she's become a voice for children and equal rights activists for girls. she's sharing the prize with an indian activist she says she wants to work with him. >> a devastating leak for users of the photo sharing app, snap chat. hundreds of thousands of private photos have been leaked online.
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the site says servers were never compromised and it is believed it includes nude photos of teenagers they sent to friends. half of the users are teenagers and thought the files would be immediately deal yated. - -- deleted. >> the new tesla car will retail for $120,000 and will get you driver aid and safety features including automatic breaking. investors seemed to say so what? stock dropped nearly 8%. >> and tesla's bad day helped drive down the nasdaq, closing at 4276.
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the dow plummeted dropping 115 points closing at 16,544. and the s and p fell 22 points. >> just ahead on abc7 news, michael finney looks at a new service that claims it takes some hassle out of buying or selling a used car.
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buying and selling a used car can be a hassle and dangerous. >> it k women worry about their safety. that is the idea behind behind a new service. >> this is amazing. >> yes. >> the men and women have been buying and selling cars in equal numbers we're in san francisco during lunch hour. here comes one sweek ride a white bmw just purchased. >> nice car. >> yes. >> thank you. >> he used a service to buy this
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car. it's a far different way to buy than average listing. >> i reached out to them. like the next day or day after sent a mechanic to take the car. they posted it online probably that day. and then, took another week to get people to come test drive the car. >> we make it easy to sell your car. >> chris coleman says each car is set with a gps device. >> we take care of everything from our office so what we'll do is what we'll ask. it will swipe in and out.
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>> that is how it worked he showed up and took it for a drive. >> i took it and there is nobody there. so he feels like he got a great deal. amanda received 30% more than any dealership offered. >> i am a female i didn't feel comfortable taking people on test drives. this is attractive to me. >> so you buy the car. now you have two cars. what do you do? >> what and how much they sell it for, they'll give me a check for it i got the check in the mail.
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>> in exchange for work they receive 5% of the selling price to see the reports go to abc7 and there is information there with consumer problems you may be having. >> great idea. >> yes. >> thank you. >> dressed to impress without leaving home.
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>> retail analysts say men will be dressing better in the future. >> many are not finding the right fit so they're going online. and we take a look at the number of web sites for men. >> jason likes clothe owes owe fit well. >> i have fairly broad shoulters and a narrow waste. so finding something that fits me is difficult. >> a company that makes men's
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clothes to order. he picks fabrics online. and his order arrived just for him. >> mark is co-founder and ceo of true maker. it started with just shirts tw years ago. now, they're expanding to everything else. >> there is a lot of research. men go into a store to get what they need women browse and try things on. >> women want to look great. right? and most companies making this mark have found success.
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>> derek is co-founder of black lapel. he says the need for made to order men's wear is growing out of demand for clothes that fit. >> most men don't happy to be lucky enough to fall under the standard of small, medium and large. >> there are videos >> it could take 15 minutes to make measurements at the end of the day. >> there are alternatives. >> we offer is a series of fabrics that you can get a feel for the fabric. >> it started the trend seven years ago they realize people want the
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service of an old-fashioned taylor. so they're opening stores like this one. >> you can do this for your shirts then, we custom make them. >> justin is looking forward to making more from the new line. >> probably have around 12 or 15 shirts. >> that is because of the variation in body styles and needs for multiple fittings. >> join us tomorrow night for the special 15 seconds, 25 years
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later. cheryl jennings hosts this special program. >> that is tomorrow night. >> yes. spencer christian is here >> quite a lovely weekend coming our way. some low clouds, there will be a warm into the state. in the bay area, high temperatures reaching near 90s in inland spots. and upper 60s on the coast. mornings will be cloudy, foggy. by afternoon, temperatures into 60s and game time for giants and
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cardinals in st. louis. cloudy and showers. here is the accu-weather forecast. hot inland and cooling down with rain coming mid week next week. >> thank you. >> showers no problem. >> not at all. >> giants getting set for national league championship series and a possible boost for line up because the beast is back. sports is coming up next.
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giants back in the national championship series for the third time in the last five years. they won in 2011 and will square off tomorrow. this cardials coming into the series and dodgers star for the division series for the fellow lefty that noticed.
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>> they seem comfortable. so you know, that is just to make pitches for success in the post season. >> if you don't have confidence, you don't have anything. >> michael mors is coming back with a strained oblique muscle. he hit 16 homers in 131 games this season. the giants can use his power in the line up. the orioles playing game
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baltimore. two players will be facing a college roommate from university of mack was a first round draft pick. and both feel they have a lot to lose. >> this week i've got to do my job. i told them i was going to be ready for them. >> tiger woods watching stanford battle washington state and barry sanders junior giving this kid the ball
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hogan. land on-donovan regarded as best american-born soccer player we went back for a unique interview back in 2001. >> this is fun. >> how about golden boy tag? do you get tired of it? >> no. it's lots of fun. >> here in his final game, that would have been the perfect ending but he hits the post. he gets a final curtain call in the 40th minute.
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there is a frosty relationship and the game ends in a 1-1 draw. >> i love the golden hair. >> right? >> thank you, larry. >> what an airline is saying about it tonight. >> then a small flip sends a 3-year-old into a jaguar exhibit. what his frantic father and zoo worker dz to stop the unthinkable from happening. >> and last man standing comes on at 8:00 and join dan and me at 11:00 >> honoring a san jose man that gave his life protecting people and property.
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his name, craig hunt. his summer job got him killed. he loved to fly and loved to use his interelect and skill. the passion ended tuesday, his plane, carrying fire retardant went down as he battled flames from the sky. now we have come to learn about a remarkable guy. a scuba diver and fisherman. perhaps importantly his daughter sarah will tell you a dedicateed and world-class husband and father who just celebrated his 39th anniversary with his wife. on the fire lines tonight there are heavy hearts a comrade, fallen. but what matters to them is that despite this loss they will not flinch or falter.
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the fire fight goes on. follow me on twitter on facebook. >> that is it for this edition. our coverage continues on twitter. >> i'm ama daetz. >> and join us again at 9:00 ask 11:00. trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants -- an assistant professor from lansing, kansas... an elementary-school counselor from tucker, georgia... and our returning champion, a director of semantic technology from charlottesville, virginia... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny gilbert, and thank you, ladies and gentlemen. rena's total would have been much higher if she had gotten the final jeopardy! correct on yesterday's program. today, a different final. hopefully all three of our players will do very, very well.
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elizabeth and shane, you're the newcomers. welcome aboard. nice to have you here. rena, good to see you again, and here we go now into the jeopardy! round of play with these categories... and, rena, you get to go first. let's take crossword clues for $200, please. elizabeth. what is a sibling? no. shane. what is a septuplet? that's it. crossword clues "s" for $400, please. shane. what is a spaniel? right again. crossword clues "s" for $600, please.


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