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a deadly fire forces people from their mountain view homes and leaves firefighters searching for a cause. the two things they say made this scene especially dangerous. shots ring out in sonoma county following a high-speed chase. what we're learning about why deputies opened fire and where the investigation goes from here. former giants slugger barry bonds cleared of a conviction and now eyeing what's next. reaction from the sports world and what this means for his future in the hall of fame. thanks for joining us on this thursday. 6:00. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas alongside leyla gulen monitoring traffic but first a check on the weather forecast from mike. >> let's look at live doppler 7 hd. we're mostly cloudy but i haven't had any reports of drizzle. if you run into some, let me
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know so we can let the rest of our commuters know and leyla can tweet that out. mild. fog trying to develop around santa rosa. here's the way it looks from our roof cam. breaks in the cloud cover. 48 to 54. cooler in some areas especially up to the north bay. we'll go from low clouds to high clouds and sunshine and breezy this afternoon. look at the spread at noon. 56 to 68. 60s at the coast. 74 inland by 4:00. all of us falling into the 50s by 8:00. it will be breezy. have a coat. >> okay mike. thanks. temperatures may be on the low side but drive times are creeping up. >> we have new problems. starting with hayward. word of a four-car crash that's on southbound 880. we have two lanes blocked. i'll show you on a map coming up in my next report. we'll take you into the north bay where it's hazy drive traveling southbound along 101 also having extra company once you make it up to golden gate bridge you are smooth moving
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into san francisco. so no visibility impeded here and traffic not looking slow. >> sounds good. thank you. mountain view firefighters are combing through debris from an early morning deadly fire. this one involved flames and explosions and forced a neighborhood to evacuate their homes during tense moments. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is live in mountain view at the scene. matt? >> reporter: fire cause investigators are here trying to determine what started this fire early this morning. neighbors tried to help before firefighters arrived banging on windows and doors trying to get the man who lives inside here out of the house but flames and smoke were just too overwhelming. that wasn't the only danger. check out this firefighters say there was ammunition in the garage believed to be bullets. a neighbor told me the man who lives there alone is about 60 years old and works as a consultant.
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he also spends time as a marksman competing in shooting competition competitions. firefighters found a man in back room leaved to be a bedroom. they were not able to save him. he died at the scene. while firefighters were in the house, a live wire came down. they had to be extra careful with that also dealing with flames and exploding ammunition. >> danger extremely high. active fire in it the structure. we have a report of a person trapped. we're dealing with ammunition going off in the garage. bullets were traveling through the interior of the garage. we have a live wire in the back that we didn't know until we located it. the danger was pretty high. >> reporter: eventually firefighters got the flames under control. about ten people were evacuated from three adjacent homes. no one else was injured including firefighters. neighbors told me the man who lives in the home has been here for many years. the coroner will determine how he died and make a positive identification. i just talked to the assistant fire chief here on the scene and he says he expects firefighters to be out here until at least
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the early afternoon. reporting live in mountain view, matt keller abc 7 news. 6:03 now. new details are pouring in about a wild overnight chase in sonoma county that ended with sheriff's deputies shooting a woman. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live in sebastopol. this started with a tip from a citizen, amy? >> reporter: the sheriff's department just released new details explaining why deputies shot a woman here just outside of sebastopol. you can see officers are still here on the scene. the santa rosa police department has now taken over the investigation. they first got a call at 11:45 that someone was driving backwards on southbound 101 near windsor. officers caught up with the driver about five minutes later and say that the driver a woman, was driving recklessly and refused to stop. they followed her here where she
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stopped but officers said she would not surrender. as deputies approached the car they say that she drove her car in reverse toward the officers hitting three of them and a patrol car and that is when several deputies fired at her. they fired several rounds. they hit her more than once. they said in the press release it was an undetermined number of times that she was shot. she was taken to the hospital and officers say they do not know her condition. one deputy was treated and released from the hospital after being hit by that car and two others suffered minor injuries. at this point they have not released any information about who this woman is. reporting live just outside sebastopol, amy hollyfield abc 7 news. 6:05 now. the search will resume this morning for a cupertino teen who vanished without a trace. 17-year-old connor sullivan showed up for his first class monday morning.
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he was last seen at the school at 10:00. the santa clara county sheriff's department believes connor is not a victim of a crime. volunteers will resume their search for connor this morning starting at the blue pheasant restaurant at 8:30. on the peninsula, officials with the san mateo mosquito control district say a dead bird tested positive for west nile virus. the bird found in menlo park is the first sign of the virus this year in the county. district officials say they'll set up mosquito traps in the area where the bird was found to conduct further tests. the district recommends people drain all sources of standing water on their property including flower pots and pet bowls because that's where mosquitoes lay their eggs. what's next for former giants slugger barry bonds? that's the question. sports experts and fans are tossing around this morning now that bonds has been cleared of an obstruction of justice charge related to a steroid investigation. abc 7 news reporter elissa harrington is live in the
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newsroom with more. >> reporter: people are not talking about whether bonds took performance enhancing drugs and whether he deserves a spot in the hall of fame. barry bonds was found guilty of obstruction of justice in 2011 after giving a rambling answer to a grand jury when asked if his trainer ever injected him with anything. even with this overturned conviction, many feel his image will forever be tarnished. lance williams wrote a book on bonds and says the former giant is facing an uphill battle when it comes to the hall of fame. >> there's concern about this steroid era and especially the hall of famers who got in having played clean really are adamant some of them that the hall shouldn't let drug cheats in. >> it's crazy to think that he's going to be in the hall of fame. his name is going to be up there with the other great without the asterisk. that's just not okay.
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>> i'm glad that they found him not guilty. >> he's the best hitter ever. >> reporter: bonds issued a statement. part of it reads i'm humbled and truly thankful for the outcome as well as the opportunity our judicial system affords to all individuals to seek justice. bonds already served his sentence of house arrest and paid a fine. according to his lawyers, he wanted to appeal the decision to clear his name. elissa harrington, abc 7 news. >> thank you. it's 6:08 now. robin williams fans will get another chance to see the late actor on the big screen this summer. new at 6:00, time magazine reports his last dramatic film is slated for a july 17th release. the film features williams as a married but closeted bank manager whose life changes when he picks up a young male hustler. the director says the film captures the actor at his best. it's 6:08. you can see we have clouds out there this morning just like the
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last two mornings. mike says we notice a difference. >> let's look at temperatures on the peninsula. we're running 49 in woodside. low to mid 50s just about everywhere else with palo alto 53 one of the warm spots. it's up north where it's significantly cooler. 43 in santa rosa. 49 in mill valley. everybody else inland east bay low to mid 50s. as we head into the afternoon hours, some low clouds will be replaced by high clouds and for the bay we'll become breezy. 65 to 72 down in south bay. inland 71 to 78. coast and san francisco, 58 to 64. this is how it looks for your ferry ride. 15-mile-per-hour wind. breaks of sunshine already. cooler breezes tomorrow. a chance of showers saturday much warmer sunday. i'll have timetable on that when it's going to get to your neighborhood coming up. here's leyla. >> it's time for our mobile 360 camera traveling on 680 southbound as we make our drive right past tree boulevard into pleasant hill, walnut creek,
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southbound looking clear as we turn it around northbound traffic not finding any problems. we're going to head on to westbound highway 24 in a couple minutes. i'll take you there now so you can see what's happening. an earlier crash causing delays and once you get past the scene of the crash everything is clear into the caldecott. in hayward southbound 880 at tennyson road. heavy delays from 238 so do pack your patience. kristen? >> leyla thanks. it's now 6:10. scare in the sky. the mysterious mishap at 30,000 feet that left several passengers hurt and faa with more questions than answers. home depot's bold move with your health in mind. what's prompting the retailer to toss out wood flooring and where you'll want to keep an eye out for it. more weather and more traffic all morning as abc 7 news now looking at 101 in san rafael. weather and traffic th female announcer: sleep train's interest free for 3 event! is ending soon!
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morning or friday night, whatever you want to call it. a beautiful shot of the beautiful mountain top and those clouds behind it. chilly out there this morning. mike will tell you about the forecast coming up. skywest airlines now says not one but three passengers lost consciousness as a pilot put a plane into a frightening nosedive descending nearly 30,000 feet in just a matter of minutes. it happened yesterday morning on a skywest flight from chicago to hartford, connecticut. there were 75 passengers onboard. the passengers say they had little warning. the plane landed safely in buffalo. passengers were treated and released. mechanics haven't found any issues with the plane. they just know the pilot reported that he was depressurizing. the faa is now investigating. this is frightening as well. happening today new jersey crews will get back to work trying to secure two homes in danger of being swallowed up by a giant gorge. this aerial footage shows the
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ravine split open on monday and now two houses are on the brink of sliding away into the delaware river below. the families who live there have evacuated. at 7:00 a.m., "good morning america" will have a look at the scene. the nba is looking to make history today by extending its reach to cuba. it's the first pro sports league to visit cuba since president obama restored diplomatic relations with the country back in december. the nba is kicking off a four-day basketball camp today. one session will be for cuba's men's and women's nationals team and another for children. and tonight the warriors can take a stranglehold >> the warriors won two close games at home against new orleans.
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they expect pelicans to come out fighting for their lives tonight. tip-off is at 6:30. mike shumann is in new orleans for games three and four and will report live from the smoothie king center tonight on abc 7 news be sure to follow shu on twitter for an insiders per expectative. >> we want to see your warriors pride. here are some of the many fan photos you sent in for us to show. post your pictures and be sure to use the hashtag so we can find them and use them. you talked about smoothie king center. no matter what kind of wheat germ boost they put in there, they're not going to beat us. >> even kale won't help them. >> one of the original names was drive through daiquiri bar. >> really? >> for that center? >> he tricked us again. drive through daiquiri bar. >> big easy.
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no place like it. >> no open container law. how about that? let's look at what's going on. it's 6:17. three-mile visibility lifted a bit in santa rosa. four in petaluma and half moon bay. low clouds hanging around this morning. drizzle is possible. haven't heard of any so far. you can see winds are blowing onshore. they'll get faster this afternoon. and that's going to bring us a lot of sunshine and chase away low clouds that are bringing one hour and 20 minute arrival delays. that's what they are averaging at sfo. oakland and san jose running on time. grab the sunglasses. breezy this afternoon. showers still slated for saturday. our breezy and coolest day and spring warmth is coming in the back half of the forecast. today, 63 in santa cruz. clouds lingering longer there. upper 60s to low 70s for most of the south bay. los gatos, 73. palo alto, 70. everybody else on the peninsula
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mid to upper 60s. upper 50s to near 60 along the coast like sunset at 60. daley city at 58. downtown south san francisco 64 degrees. low to mid 70s through the north bay. biggest jump in temperatures yesterday. your jump will be smaller. in fact, you're significantly cooler this morning than you were yesterday. that will keep that in check. upper 60s to near 70 throughout east bay shoreline. richmond, oakland, union city all at 68. then we head inland to our valleys. san ramon valley specifically. upper 70s around antioch and fairfield. if you're going to the game, take a broom. hopefully we can sweep them. did you see the celebration last night? you thought they won the world series. 61 to 62 by the end of the game. tonight with the breezes out there, even with lack of cloud cover except for along the peninsula coast, we're going to be in upper 40s to mid 50s. fast forward to friday.
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you can see pretty sunny and then the clouds start to increase during evening. it will be dry until 2:00 in the morning through 11:00 in the morning. cold front and showers will roll from the north bay through the south bay and if you're heading into the sierra once again thunderstorms likely. my accuweather seven-day forecast, 50s and 60s saturday and then sunday we'll see 60s with 70s around the bay inland and 60s, 70s and 80s monday, tuesday and wednesday. have a good one. >> we're using 360 mobile to track our traffic as we head along westbound highway 24. we had an earlier report of an accident near fish ranch road causing delays. it was blocking the far left-hand lane. the fast lane. it looks like as we travel in the westbound direction we're not finding any of those delays. at least not yet. let me turn our 360 camera around and traffic is still flowing but we're not finding anything slowing down just yet. let's go to our maps right now where we do have issues. this is through hayward southbound 880.
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two lanes blocked with four-car crash. multiple vehicles involved. delays coming away from 238. bumper to bumper there. let's look at the san mateo bridge. picture got frozen there. however, we do have some construction in the eastbound lanes until 11:00. >> thank you. 6:20 now. cleaning and your kids. sometimes they just don't mix. >> sometimes? science says it's not their fault. later the reason their messy room bothers you more than it bothers them. >> setting sail. the way disney is bringing the fan favorite movie to life months before its moment on the big screen. >> first traffic on 680 through walnut creek. we'll have weather and traffic up during the commercial break. allergies can distract you. so when your symptoms start, doctors recommend taking non-drowsy claritin every day of your allergy season. with claritin, you get powerful, non-drowsy relief
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coming up on "good morning america." >> coming up next on "gma" a scare in the skies. a mystery why three people on a plane passed out forcing a plane to make an emergency landing. the faa and airline are giving two different explanations so it is unclear what happened in the air. the aviation analyst is here to give us his take next. >> we'll see you at 7:00. >> an investigation of a local agency accused of wasting water tens of thousands of gallons each day during this time of drought. >> a golf course superintendent says he's been complaining about leaks in an irrigation system for years. >> 50,000 gallons of water day is equal to between 600 and 1,000 people or two swimming pools. >> the agency overseeing the golf course says it's doing its best to address the leaks and
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says the superintendent should have done more to fix the problems. the i-team investigates tonight at 11:00. new this morning disney is getting creative to capitalize on the buzz around the upcoming "star wars" movie. stock for disney up by $2 billion and now fans can set sail. there was a sneak peek at the "star wars" upgrade to its disney dream cruise line. you can sit in a makeshift cockpit and kids can attend jedi training. the ship sets sail in november. disney owns lucas films and it's also the parent company of abc 7. >> no kids lined up to do that at all. 6:25 is our time. abc morning news continues at
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6:30 with the day's top stories. >> including breaking his silence. a sneak peek at the exclusive interview with bruce jenner as he sits down with diane sawyer. supporting same-sex marriage. where america stands as the supreme court is poised to have the final say on the issue. it's going to be breezy the next couple days with lots of sunshine. saturday morning showers on the way. i'll have a timetable and how much to expect and spring warmth in the back half of the accuweather seven-day forecast. we look at the golden gate bridge. drive is light. however, we do have problems in the east bay and we've got a b.a.r.t. delay. 15 minutes at daley city. i'll have all of the details on your bay area commute coming up when abc 7 news returns. don't
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good thursday morning. let's take a live look at the bay to start your morning. a gorgeous shot but we do have clouds this morning over the bay bridge. thank you for joining us. i'm kristen sze.
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>> i'm eric thomas alongside leyla gulen. it's thursday, april 23rd. i didn't forget about you pal. mike nicco is also here with a look at the forecast with a gray start to the morning. >> definitely. some fog delays at sfo. hour and 20 minutes is about what they are. you can see cloud cover on live doppler 7 hd. not total cloudiness. mostly cloudy this morning. as we look at our day planner 12-hour delay planner, you'll see more sunshine as we head into the afternoon hours. temperature at 56 at noon at the coast. low to upper 60s for bay and inland neighborhoods. we'll stay around 60 at the coast with breezes becoming more aggressive by 4:00. low to mid 70s elsewhere. and at 7:00 mid 50s to low 60s. by 8:00 everybody is in the 50s with that breeze out there. it's going to be chilly. >> you called it with sfo delays. how about you leyla? traffic delays? >> i'll start with good news first. here's a look at the richmond/san rafael toll plaza. traffic not too heavy.
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we don't see cars stacking up toward upper deck of the bridge. however, we do have some delays that are building in the east bay. san jose also moving along nicely along 87 near the tank. where we do have problems on 880 is where we are sending our mobile 360 camera. i'll have that in my next report. >> all right. thank you very much. in the news at 6:31, a mountain view neighborhood woke up to a frightening scene this morning. a home on fire, explosions bursting in the air and word they needed to evacuate quickly. the fire turned deadly and firefighters are now trying to find a cause. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is live on the scene with more. matt? >> reporter: fire cause investigators are here on the scene and they could be here for a long time trying to determine exactly what took place here this morning. what started this fire that killed a man. while the scene is calm now, check out this incredible video of what firefighters were facing when they arrived on the scene.
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firefighters dealing with arching powerline from the back of the house and exploding ammunition in the garage believed to be bullets. a neighbor told me the man who lives there alone works as a consultant but spends time as a marksman competing in shooting competitions. a man found in the back room was not able to be saved. a couple neighbors tried to help before firefighters arrived but the fire and smoke were just too intense. >> i was lucky i didn't cut my arm. the window broke and all the smoke just came billowing out. it was just black, thick smoke. i knew there wasn't anything we could do at that time. there was no way to go in there and even have one breath of air. >> reporter: gary said the man who lives in the home is about 60 years old and lived in this neighborhood for several years.
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about ten people were evacuated from three adjacent homes. no one else was injured including firefighters. lola lane is blocked off. the coroner will confirm the identity of the victim and also his cause of death. i was told by the assistant fire chief they could be out here for a long time as late as early this afternoon. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. a 7-year-old boy is in the hospital in serious condition after being hit by gunfire in vallejo. sky 7 hd shows investigators on the scene on fifth and cherry street late yesterday afternoon. the gun fire erupted with a group of 40 people attending a wake. the boy was standing on the sidewalk and was hit by a stray bullet. family members rushed him to the hospital. investigators recovered at least 20 shell casings at the scene. the search resumes this morning for a cupertino teen who vanished without a trace while at school. connor sullivan showed up for
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his first period class monday morning. the well liked athlete and leader was last seen around the school at 10:00. volunteers yesterday combed the damn and reservoir but the santa clara county sheriff's department believes that connor is not a crime victim. volunteers will resume their search at the blue pheasant restaurant at 8:30. the archbishop will not go to the same-sex marriage march in washington d.c. last week dozens of high profile catholics took out an ad asking the pope to remove the archbishop partly because of his view on that subject. the archdiocese sis in a statement, a number of other bishops will be attending the rally which will allow the bishop to remain home and tend to pastoral needs of the church here at this time. meantime, a group of supporters is raising money behind an ad defending him. the archbishop's vocal critics
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do not speak for the majority of catholics in the bay area. support for same-sex marriage has reached an all-time high according to a new abc news poll. the poll finds that 61% of americans are in favor of same-sex marriage. the poll finds that many favor same-sex marriage when it comes to two key issues before the high court. 61% of americans oppose allowing individual states to ban same-sex marriage and 62% support requiring states to recognize gay marriages that are performed legally in other states. >> there is just so much anticipation for diane sawyer's interview with bruce jenner airing tomorrow night. >> abc just released a new pro mowpromo for the interview. this is the first time he has spoken since speculation of him transitioning to a woman started earlier this year.
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>> it will be an emotional roller coaster. somehow i'll get through it. >> i want to know how this story ends. how does my story end. >> jenner says his biggest worry is kids including his two youngest girls. the jenner boys and the rest of the kardashian children in the interview he says he does not want to hurt them. you can see diane sawyer's interview with bruce jenner tomorrow night at 9:00 here on abc 7. a hardware store shake-up with your family's health in mind. the hidden danger forcing a big name retailer to toss out wood flooring. >> creativity pays off. we unveil one job seeker's approach to land a spot that's getting her noticed all of the way to the top. and as we head to break check this out. traffic in the bay bridge toll plaza is getting heavy. this is abc 7 news now with weather and
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we're back at 6:39 on this thursday. one of the areas you can see the sunrise this morning as we have marine layer clouds around mixing in with tree pollen and grass and weed mold and pollution same as yesterday.
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the swinging skirts in town once again. temperatures in the mid 50s this morning. upper 50s but it will be breezy with more sunshine throughout the afternoon hours. thunderstorms best bet along the sierra. 60 in tahoe. 70 in yosemite. upper 70s through mid 80s in the central valley and scattered showers and marine layer keeping it cool around san diego and l.a. mid to upper 60s. leyla? >> traffic is swinging here on 880 as you make your drive through oakland up toward oakland airport. if you have a flight to catch, not going to be delayed. we'll be swing 360 around and check out northbound traffic also moving along quite nicely. let's go to our maps where we do have problems just up ahead and we're headed right into the thick of things momentarily. it's all because of an earlier accident at tennyson road. two lanes blocked. all lanes reopened but now we have severe backups out of san leandro. this crash backups out of scotts valley but northbound side of highway 17 at the summit finally
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cleared. you have a major wait on your hands. >> thank you. 6:40 now. we're following breaking news in sonoma county where sheriff's deputies opened fire overnight. >> we're live at the scene to explain what happened just before they were forced to shoot. plus, cracking open an age-old battle between parents and children. how science proves your never ending quest for them to clean up their room may be falling on deaf ears. >> stay in the know with abc 7 news now looking live at the san mateo bridge. taillights heading west. getting heavier but still looking okay. cloudy out there. we have traffic and weather together during the commercial wow. sweet new subaru, huh mitch? yep. you're selling the mitchmobile!? man, we had a lot of good times in this baby. what's your dad want for it?
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♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ we have new details on breaking news we're following in sonoma county. >> a wild high-speed chase led to an officer-involved shooting. amy hollyfield is live in sebastopol with more. >> reporter: the santa rosa police department has now taken over the case for the sonoma county sheriff's office. their deputies were involved in the shooting. santa rosa police say they have resources to handle an investigation like this and you can see they just brought in their mobile crime unit here to the scene indicating they'll be here for a while. this blocked off street you see
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here is off of highway 116 and we're right outside sebastopol and this is where deputies say a woman hit them with her car and where they opened fire shooting her several times. the sheriff's department first heard about this driver at 11:45 last night. someone called in to report she was driving backwards on 101 and exited the highway. deputies caught up with her five minutes later and was driving recklessly and refused to stop and sped away. they chased her. she stopped here but refused to surrender. investigators say as they approached her they say she put her car in reverse and rammed into three deputies and a patrol car and that's when they opened fire. several officers shot at her multiple times. she was hit a number of times. they wouldn't say how many but say she was taken to the hospital and they don't know her condition. as for the deputy one was treated at the hospital for his
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injuries. the other two were also treated for minor injuries and are expected to be okay. reporting live outside sebastopol, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. san francisco officials are urged to support home sharing to help make the city more affordable. a group of advocates, small business owners are asking them to support residents sharing homes. city officials introduced proposals that make home sharing difficult and impose on privacy by granting the government access to private user data. they plan to gather at city hall at 11:30 ahead of the planning commission meeting. a middle east transplant living in san francisco may have cracked the code for landing her dream job. >> you might learn something from this. she explains why she's a good fit for the company. rather than just list the
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experience, she focus on where they should go next. she gathered data and research and used it to compile this what's missing list. her resume has gotten attention within the company and outside of it. the ceo even took note and tweeted about nina calling her work very impressive. business insider reports nina has landed an interview. good luck. she doesn't need it because she sounds like the type of person who makes their own luck. >> 6:47 now. home depot drops a flooring with a toxic chemical. >> you'll never believe where amazon is delivering packages now. >> good morning to you. you have to hand it to amazon. they are creative. we'll have that story in a second. we are seeing markets a little bit lower this morning. the nasdaq now sitting at a 15-year high. not a record but pretty close to
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it. we're lower modestly across the board. less and less likely that comcast and time warner will merge. the latest comes from "the wall street journal" that says fcc is asking for a hearing on the $45 billion deal. that would not kill it but it may sharpen the ax and process of a hearing could take several months and even years. home depot says it won't stock vinyl flooring with a toxic chemical. this chemical has no federal laws or prohibiting it it could be dangerous for children if they're playing on the floor. it's actually been shown to possibly affect the development of baby boys. now, lowe's is facing pressure it remove the flooring and in case your doorstep isn't quite convenient enough amazon deliveries coming to car trunks. the e-commerce firm set to bring the boxes to trunks of cars. they are just doing this as an experiment in germany. back to you.
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>> all right. thank you very much. have a great day. for parents with teenagers and for parents with soon to be teenagers, there may be a reason why you're always stumbling across a pile of clothes on their bedroom floor. >> according to new research, it comes down to brain development. a study finds because brains of teens are not fully developed, they may be oblivious to how messy they can be. this stands true with erratic and rebellious behavior associated with teens. brains are not fully developed by kindergarten with growth continuing pastpast the mid 20s. >> out of high school. it's a tenth grade study. you have teenagers. you know this problem. you have tripped and fallen. >> i don't even go in. i open the door and say that disgusts me and shut the door. >> hazardous. don't go in. >> we were never like that growing up. that's the good part.
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>> of course not. >> you do have to expect delays flying in. >> about an hour and 20 minutes is average arrival delays. good morning, everybody. sfo is what we're talking about. oakland and san jose doing okay. quarter mile visible ittyilityvisibility. fog did develop in santa rosa and winds up there calm but everybody else at least to double digits blowing onshore and that's going to churn up the atmosphere and you can see holes developing in our cloud deck as we look back toward the bay bridge. pink and blue there. wonder whose tie is pink and blue. mostly sunny and breezy. mother nature agrees. showers, breezy and cooler saturday. and then spring warmth coming into the back half of the forecast. let's talk about our microclimate down south. we do have a little bit of one. upper 60s to low 70s through most of the south bay where san jose at 72.
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a trifecta of 70s or triangle if you will. mid to upper 60s on the coast. upper 50s to near 60s along the coast to mid 60s downtown, south san francisco and up through the north bay, low to mid 70s. you saw a big jump in temperatures yesterday. upper 50s along your coastline and upper 60s along the east bay shoreline with 68 in oakland. castro valley further inland about 70. keep going inland. mid to upper 70s for our inland east bay neighborhoods. going to the game? brooms and sunscreen is on the order. hashtag beat l.a. is trending on twitter. how about hashtag sweep l.a. anybody? 61 at 12:45. everybody is either working on something else or not paying attention. that's okay. upper 40s to mid 50s with breezes keeping our temperatures up a little bit during the overnight hours. sometimes you think you have a brilliant idea and you don't. here we are at noon friday. you can see the clouds increasing but it will be dry
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friday evening and mild with temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. from 2:00 in north bay all of the way down to 11:00 in the south bay is where our showers roll on through. as far as any precipitation you can see we'll be hovering in the hundreds to possibly a tenth to maybe 0.2 of an inch of rain if we're lucky. timing is bad. march of dimes that morning and we'll have plenty of ponchos for you there. here's a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. that's also our coolest morning saturday and then 60s come to the coast. 70s and 80s around the bay and inland next week. speaking of march of dimes and san francisco, you'll get to see this young fine lady. >> thank you, mike. did you say broom? look at what i found. i'm ready. let's do a clean sweep, shall we? not such a clean sweep unfortunately is going to be our drive. we're stuck in it. this is mobile 360. car got too close there. you have to make sure you see what's on your side before you switch lanes. as you travel southbound along
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680 right at 238 and we've got a huge jam as you head through hayward because of an earlier accident at tennyson. it looks like that's actually cleared as we move in the northbound direction. traffic slow and go up to 238. >> all right. thank you. back with seven things to know before you go. >> first, abc 7 news now
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6:54. whether you are just joining us or just heading out the door, here are seven things to know. developing news out of mountain view. firefighters are investigating a fatal house fire. firefighters say ammo at the home on lola lane started exploding. neighbors were evacuated. a man inside died. s officials say deputies shot a woman during a wild chase. a citizen called 911 overnight to report a reckless driver. deputies tried to stop her but she refused and instead hit three deputies with her car so they opened fire. for word on her no word on her condition. the search will resume for a 17-year-old cupertino teen. connor sullivan was last seen monday morning. the b.a.r.t. board of directors meets today to begin discussing its budget for the next fiscal year. the preliminary plan includes plans to relieve crowded trains and hire more train controllers and grounds workers. number five tonight the
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warriors and pelicans are back in action for game three in new orleans. the warriors lead the best of seven series 2-0, after winning the first two at oracle arena. tonight's game tips off at 6:30 p.m. upper 40s to low 50s around b.a.r.t. stations except for hayward, union city mid 50s. breezy with high clouds and sunshine. 58 at the coast. 78 inland. number seven, 101 slowing down as you head northbound away from 880 all because of this. possibly six cars involved blocking three lanes. northbound side of northbound 101. but unfortunately it's a 50-minute drive through santa cruz mountains because of an earlier accident near the summit. >> thank you very much. thank you for joining us. abc 7 news continues now online on twitter, facebook and your mobile devices. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with news, weather and traffic during "good morning america." should we do a collective go warriors? go warriors! >> we'll see you later.
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hi good morning, america. breaks snus for our viewers in the west. two innocent hostages killed in an operation by u.s. forces including an american. targeting an al qaeda compound. president obama about to speak. the very latest as we come on the air in the west. >> new overnight midair emergency. a mist in the sky as three passengers lose consciousness on a flight. >> it's going to be gate number four. inbound flight, unknown medical problem. >> the pilot plunges the plane nearly 30,000 feet in just minutes. forced to make an emergency landing. others onboard complaining of being sick. did the cabin lose pressure? brand-new video just in. severe storms. texas to new york. tornadoes, large hail, damaging winds. gusts more than 70 miles an hour. toppling t


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