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the frightening sound of gunfire rings out on the streets of paris in the past few minutes. authorities announce this morning's raids stopped another terrorist attack. at least two people are dead in the new raid and the hunt continues for those behind the paris attack. >> new details released by the french prosecutor. police fired 5,000 rounds. they're trying to determine whether the mastermind of friday's deadly attacks is among the dead. a phone found outside the
concert hall that let police to one specific report. abc news reporter marcy gonzalez is in paris with the latest on the terror investigation. >> reporter: an absolutely dramatic scene. police finding weapons, explosives and other chilling evidence during this morning's ra raid. gunfire and explosions echoing through the early morning hours in the suburbs of paris. >> translator: we felt the building shake. there were guys up stairs screaming shoot, shoot. >> french police storming the apartment a mile from the national soccer stadium where friday's terror attacks began. cell phone records and surveillance leading them here where they thought the alleged mastermind, abdel hamid abaaoud was hiding. inside officials say officers were shot at. a woman rushed toward them killing herself with a suicide belt, another suspect also killed.
at least seven people taken into custody. this just one of nearly 120 searches across france overnight as police also try to track down two of the accused terrorists who carried out the deadly attacks. >> this is like a tree growing, as they pick up information from each raid. >> reporter: france's president reiterating this country is at war with isis, sending a aircraft carrier to triple their capacity to launch air strikes in syria saying france will never give in to fear. prosecutors confirm that terror mastermind they were targeting was not a.m. among those detained this morning. they say they still haven't identified the bodies of the two people who were killed. live in paris, marcy gonzalez, abc news, now back to you. >> marcy, we know it's 8:00 in the evening in paris right now. can you tell us more about the mood in paris following those raids this morning?
>> reporter: you can see people coming out to memorials like this one, lighting candles, paying respects. but we have noticed more police presence. >> marcy gonzalez reporting from paris. today french authorities released the names of all the victims in the terror attacks sparking a new social media movement. people around the world are honoring the police dog with the #meaning i am dog. the human cost last friday is unfathomable, seeing glimpse of the lives they led and the loved ones those 129 victims left behind. we're also getting more news about diesel who proved not all heroes walk on two legs. >> you can see her wearing her
meddle, loyal until the end. in the raids she worked her final job. she was the first one to be sent into an apartment where terror suspects hid. french police tweeted out only that she was killed by terrorists. witnesses say she was blown apart when a woman detonated an explosive vest. right now an outpouring of love and sadness on social media. more than 2100 likes for cecil's sacrifice on our abc 7 facebook page and so many mourning the loss. lucy posting thank you for your bravery and service all your life here on earth. god needs your service up there in heaven. more on the human lives lost in the devastating attacks on friday. this morning we learned all 129 victims have now been identified. now a social media movement is trying to do the impossible, encapsulate an entire life in just 140 cashingers. these are just a few of the
tweets. valerie was 28 from italy, a phd student, be loved daughter and full of ideas and strength. german ferry was 36 from france, a father to this 17-year-old girl. of course, american nohemi gonzalez, just 23 and, quote, a shining star. from these tweets you can see so many of these people were young people spending a quiet evening at a cafe. these stories are worth reading. you can find me on twitter @natashaabc7. a flight from los angeles to france finally arrived in paris this morning after a bomb scare forced the pilot to divert the plane to salt lake city. it was one of two paris-bound flights forced to make emergency landings after bomb threats last night. the second flight had taken out
from washington, d.c. that was diverted to canada. right now still waiting to depart from pir ris. nobody was hurt and no bomb wrs found. in light of the attacks on paris, faculty and students at notre dame university in bell month will hold a vigil tonight at eight u.s. campus this is school year. it will be held in the campus quad at :00 p.m. pour the latest news on paris, download our abc 7 news app and enable push notifications. we'll alert you with new developments as they happen. you can get our app for free at your app store. a new image surfaced of the bomb that terrorist isis group claims brought down a russian plane last month. abc news got this picture released online by isis today. it shows a soda can and what explosives experts say are a
blasting cap and electric initiator. yesterday russia announce add bomb did bring down the plane killing 224 people. it is likely that it was detonated by someone physically on the plane. we're learning new details about the relationship of the chp officers involved in a high-speed chase from gilroy to san jose. it ended off southbound interstate 280 at winchester boulevard in moore park. matt keller is live at the scene. >> reporter: right now the vehicles involved in the high-speed chase are being towed away including the chp car. the accident investigators are on the scene taking measurements and collecting physical evidence from the crash that ended with a young man losing his life. this wrecked white hon do accord doesn't tell the whole story of the high-speed chase. before it ended here at 3:57 p.m., the driver led officers on a wild ride when they spotted
the car speeding. investigators estimate the car may have gone as fast as 125 miles per hour during the 28-minute ordeal over several freeways in gilroy, morgan hill and finally san jose. the driver tried to exit southbound 280 at winchester boulevard but was going too fast. >> the vehicle collided with the berm and was unable to negotiate the turn, it went airborne. >> the female passenger had minor injuries. the male driver was taken to the hospital where he died a short time later. the chp vehicle was also damaged at the end of the pursuit. a father and son team had minor injuries after they lost control coming off the winchester boulevard exit. >> the chp vehicle was the first vehicle in the pursuit. they struck the curb there on the shoulder and strong that wrong-way sign, hopped back over this curve right here and you can see the damage to the patrol
car, shattered the windshield. >> i spoke with the medical examiner's office and they have identified the driver as 21-year-old daniel avalos, and the female passenger is an 18-year-old woman, expected to be released later today. reporting live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. a 5-year-old boy and man are recovering after being shot in a drive-by shooting in richmond. police tell us it happened on south 37th street just before 8:00 last night. they say shots were fired between two cars. the driver of one car, a man in his 30s was shot in the torso. his passenger, the 5-year-old was shot as well but not seriously hurt. police have not released a description of the suspect but said that person got away in a four-door white pontiac sedan. 27-year-old antonio nava
rojas been arrested for possession of child pornography. officers found navarro in possession of graphic images. >> new details this morning on the richmond police chief chris matthews. the city council from arizona formerly approved his appointment to police chief there once the current chief retires. magnus has presided over large declains over the last decade. the city reported 11 homicides last year, the lowest since 1971. magnus is expected to accept the $200,000 position at a news conference at 11:30. we'll have more coming up on abc 7 news at 4:00. a special honor for a novato teacher. >> a teacher in novato got a big surprise, so big the state
abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield joins us. >> reporter: before we get to the surprise, and tuesday great. let me put this reward given in perspective for you. you don't apply to it. the milton foundation finds you. they give out 40 of these but they scour 100,000 schools, three million teachers. they found this teacher right here in novato. nick williams thought he was attending another assembly at san marin high school in novato. we knew ahead of time we were able to point our camera at him when it was announced he would win the milliken educator award and $25,000. >> nick williams! [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: the standing ovation from the students prove they chose the right guy. williams was asked to speak but was a bit overwhelmed.
>> i'm just blown away. i love san marin high school. >> reporter: williams is a science teacher, known to rap about science in class. he says that helps his students remember the facts. we asked him to rap about this moment, tough to do on your feet. >> i literally can't believe what's happening to me right now, i don't know how to keep a rhyme going. >> reporter: but when asked to speak about this noemt and what he plans to do next, he collected his thoughts and looked ahead. >> the high school community we're building here is really strong. i'm proud of what we can do so far. i believe ki do better. i believe we can do better. >> the milken foundation announce this is is not a career ending award, they give it early in the career or mid career to encourage them to keep doing what thayer doing and take it even further.
live in novato, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> congratulations to him. fantastic. >> so young, too. the team in gma is in the heart of a marathon broadcast, 43 hours to celebrate a wonderful 43 years on the air. >> fans are getting a real treat. our own spencer christian is on with david hartman, joan lunden and charlie gibson with some of their fondest memories. >> nick watt is out there talking right now. you can watch us on digital center 7.2, comcast 195 and 715. >> you can also watch the live stream online. we have a link at abc7news.com. >> 12:00 our time, we start the weather hour. spencer and sam. >> can't wait to see that. >> mike, speaking of weather. >> set the dvr for them right now, i have a forecast you'll
will be warm. let's start off with how it looked this morning in rio vista. tammy bailey e-mailed this absolutely stunning picture to me. we like to see these. you post them to social media. #abc7now. also use our weather app. there's an area in there where you can make a post guard and send it to your friends and show how jealous you can be. >> a couple of cloud decks, low clouds for the coast and high clouds for the rest of us. the clouds trying to come across the golden gate bridge right now. those will be around for the better part of the next couple hours, warm today, milder nights ahead. let's take a look at today's temperatures, extra cloud cover, 60 degrees. as you head from san francisco inland, 65 to 68, a pretty popular number. morgan hill, 69. look at napa and santa rosa, cloverdale could crack 70.
tonight, maybely 40s and 50s. here is a look at our pattern, those two areas of high pressure weakening, especially the one over land. that's why we're seeing high clouds and low clouds developing along the coast. notice where the arrows on. that's the storm track that will stay to the north. it will look like this the next couple nights. here is a look at the seven-day forecast. it's tuesday, wednesday and thrd, the same days we get rain, the same days it shows. it looks like it could snow more in the sierra than the amount of rain we're getting. wednesday is looking to be the wettest day, thursday scattered showers for thanksgiving. remember this model yesterday? now back to more believable levels, .5 inch. let's take a look at the
accuweather seven-day forecast. 40s and 50s in the morning, 60s at the coast. the rest of us flirting with the 70s. we'll cool a little bit by sunday, but not as cool as it's going to be tuesday when the rain rolls in, 50s and 60s. it will get windy wednesday and for thanksgiving. traditional pancake breakfast turned into a french toast feast to honor the paris victims. >> we can all come together to help our fellow human beings. >> a dozen youth who live in the tenderloin honor victims in paris. the pub tradition honors the city's forgotten children so they can have the opportunity to have a meal and get tickets to see the giants play ball at at&t park. that sister city bond very strong. >> wonderful for them to do that. he is the new it guy sure to make you swoon. >> you can decide for yourself,
abc7news.com. coming up on abc 7 news at 4:00, you'll have to do it without the new man at ski resorts. does the smoe native want to be commander in chief some day. find out on abc 7 news at 5:00. "people" magazine is giving the title of sexiest man alive to david beckham. >> here is what the global superstar and father of four had to say to jimmy kimmel. >> romantic husband, devoted dad and he vacuums. how do you feel, david? is this exciting for you. >> the best moment of my career. i can't believe it. >> is there anyone you'd like to thank for this honor? >> i would obviously like to thank my parents for bringing me into this world, of course. i would like to thank my hair
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