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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> sky 67 showing us a terrible scene in dublin we just learned is a miracle a12-year-old boy was riding his bicycle and pinned under a car. the update we got in the last 30 minutes. all the big story, the spring break is over. live doppler hd showing green right now with rain coming to the bay area today. there will be a lot of green. >> i am kristen sze. >> i am natasha zouves. we are tracking the rain but now we will go outside to the camera, it is windy out there and very foggy, as well.
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>> but right new this is the view from the exploritorium camera at pier 15 looking across the bay you can see the rain and strong winds have not come yet. in san jose, skies are pretty clear for now and we will get to meteorologist -- with what we can expect. mike? >> that take, hello, everyone else, kristen, and i want to talk about the dark clouds on the distance and that is the rain coming in, behind me i see white caps and the color of the bay, a different color than nominal because of the strong winds. above a thousand feet, they could get up to 50 miles per hour, maybe local power out amendments until 7:00 this evening. you can see the scattered light showers moving in the north bay right now and my rainfall intensity map you can see in the evening later in the evening, i specific the heaviest rain to come with scattered showers all the way through the 3:00 hour, in the winds from sutro tower, gusting up to 30 miles per hour and the heaviest rain moves in the north by at 5:00 and through
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the planner, the heaviest rain is in the heart of the by at 7:00 exiting the south by at 9:00. >> you can track the storm with the help of the abc7 news app and live doppler hd any time with breaking news updates by downloading the app for free and enable the push alerts. >> 12-year-old boy is doing amazingly well considered he was lit and pinned by a car outside dublin high school. our reporter, amy hollyfield, is at the dublin police department. amy, he was riding a bicycle? >> he was. he was righting against track. this is the situation we have all been, pulling out of a parking lot, looking left, and here comes the bicycle, this direction, so right as he pulled into traffic the bicycle crossed in front of him. he hit him. the driver was 72-year-old man. the victim, a 12-year-old boy
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who is a student at the middle school here if dublin. police think the victim has a broken wrist. he was right in the middle of the car. he likely wasn't run over by a tire. but he was trapped. firefighters had to lift the car up to free him. seeing him under the car was agonizing for parents and educators and fellow students who helplessly watched. >> foreign involved in the situation, it gives you chills if you have children seeing someone under a vehicle. the students are around and the other parents, the driver of the vehicle, the first responders, it gives everyone chills when you see something as dramatic. >> this happened before 8:00 this morning. the victim was conscious and was talking to rescue crews. they did airlift him to children's hospital to get checked out but the injuries are not life threatening. the driver we are told was in shock. he was very upset and police called a family member to pick
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hip up so he would not drive in his emotional state. officers say they are not assigning blame calling this an accident and a good reminder for drivers to be looking both ways and for pedestrians and bicyclists to make eye contact with drivers as they cross. >> he will be okay, we are so glad. >> a north bay school district doesn't want you to see a fight between a couple teens but the video of a girl beating a boy is on facebook and has 13 million views and counting. our reporter has the video and the story. >> natasha, the district superintendent actually went to facebook and asked them to remove the video and facebook declined but this story certainly shows how social media is now impacting school communities. >> cell phone video shows teen girl in a sun dress and sneakers take down a male student and knee him in the face. twice. the video is viral viewed 13 million times after professional
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brazilian jujitsu fighter posted it to facebook captioning "girl beating up boy." >> the girl was harassed she said and she stood up for herself and... [ inaudible ] >> students say the boy who attended sonoma valley high school said something on her facebook page and she attended creek side high an alternative high school that shares a campus. at lunch on thursday, the altercation took place. [ inaudible ] >> thousands have commended on the video many supporting her fight against an alleged bully n this letter superintendent home yesterday, the sonoma valley unified school district said comments were posted about indent containing inaccurate information and by persons not having first-hand knowledge. the school district would not explain what information was
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inaccurate this morning. the sonoma police chief said that the officers are looking into the fight and the girl could face a charge of battery on school rounds. the case could also be referred to youth and family services. >> the girl was suspended and the boy suffer add black area and currently is attending school. >> developing news, police are look for the man who shot three teenagers, all three victims are still in the hospital. but it looks like they are going to make it, the officers say the teen were sitting in a parked car and someone started shooting. witnesses noticed young men gathered an the car early in the evening and this morning, we spoke to a campus security monitor as berkeley high school and he said he knows one of the victims. >> very tragic. obviously. he got three... [ inaudible ] society is numb to it. we have a lot more work to do in the community.
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>> officers say if there are witnesses throughout who cannot come forward they would like to talk to them. >> the man accuseed killing richmond police officer gus vegas will be in court. the body was escorted from the coroner in fairfield to vallejo. he was shot and killed in his home last week. the father of his six-year-old grandson now faces charges. officer gus vegas is laid to rest on friday. the public is invited to the memorial and it will be held at the richmond memorial auditorium on civic center plaza at 10:00 a.m. and it will be follow by a private burial. a gofundme account is helping the family with expenses. if you want to look we have the details on our website at abc7news.com. >> apple c.e.o. tim cook is taking a defiant stand on privacy is vs. national security
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that would call for apple to hack its own users, an iphone of a san bernardino shoot other. >> he opposed this order, and tim cook feels his company taxpayer to speak up in the face of what he sees as an overreach by the u.s. government. the message from apple is clear: the cupertino-businesses company can find no precedent for an american company being forced to expose its customs to a greater risk of attack and cyber criminals. in a statement, the c.e.o. tim cook said he wassedded to create back door to the iphone of farook, the gunmen in the terrorist attack who hurt the well meaning and law-abudding citizens who rely on companies to protect their data. government say they need their expertise to credit a way to get beyond the encryption set that require as pass code only the user knows. analysts say that katieing the software is a problematic.
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>> when apple create as back door the phone becomes vulnerable, it doesn't matter. and hackers are so brilliant these days, if they got a whiff of how it was continue, they will find out how. >> the any tie director told congress encryption is a major problem for law enforcement who find a device that cannot be open when a judge said there is probably cause. cook said this calls for a public discussion and wants apple and people around the country to understand what is at stake the >> i fool like it is a violation of privacy. >> i see it both ways. apple is going to be hurting what they created but it is the f.b.i. and we want to help out the government in our safety. i am for it. >> apple has five days to appeal the order. groups are planning rallies at apple stores across the country and in the bay area.
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a teen is underarrest for setting a practice and impose posing as a doctor, find out how police caught him in the act. >> google is taking a security issues and what the new laboratory will do to tackle worldwide challenges. >> can you see gorgeous golden gate bridge jostled by the wind and the storm clouds are moving in. meteorologist mike nicco is coming up with t
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the storm impact scale, today's storm is level "2" which means moderate rain, so gear up before you go out, and drive safely. download the abc news app now. >> a florida teen is out on bail, after being arrested for practicing medicine without a license. right in the middle of an exam. 18-year-old is society to appear in court. steve has the story. >> take a look at the young man in the white doctor's coat being hauled to jail by a florida narcotics team. >> you examine a patient today? >> you will hear from my lawyer. >> police say that the doctor love robinson is no doctor, and, in fact, he is a teenager, accused this morning of trying to pass himself off as a physician for months. investigators report in west
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palm, they have been following the 18-year-old and ever sat him down for an interview. he admit add year ago he was the same teen police detained at local hospital after a gynecologist found him in an exam room. >> i did not do this. >> he liked to call himself dr. love and fooled the victims with this website. in early january three held a grand opening for a medical clinic, and that is where the police sent an undercover cop posing at a paint, give him a physical exam, she put him in handcuffs. athis is not the first time where i have been accused and i will pursue this. >> happening today, pope francis will finish the five day trip to mexico delivering mass just across the border from el paso texas flying out of the capitol with a final tour in the popemobile and will be with workers and employees to repeat the need for work for all, with
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200,000 people expected to attend the mass in juarez about 90 yards from the united states border. >> and the winner of the most powerful powerball jack pet has come forward in florida. >> and the record highs are over now, and rain, a chance of rain will bring us, but i have a couple more coming up in the seven-day
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>> walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area,
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this is abc7 news. >> we now know which lucky person in florida won a giant part of historic $1.5 billion powerball jackpot. david and lorraine from florida bought the ticket at a publix supermarket right there on right looking very happy. the couple stepped forward to claim the lump sum worth $327 million before taxes. the couple still cannot believe they won. >> could not believe it. we kept watching tv and going online and committing and recommitting. >> they announced the publix and we said, oh no, the real deal. >> the first winning ticket was claimed in tennessee, and the other winning ticket was sold in southern california and that winner has not yet come forward. >> we are still waiting for
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that. >> crazy. >> big changes in the forecast coming up. >> we lunge when the rain rolls in we are below our historic average for rain. live doppler hd shows dialed in on the north bay with light scattered showers ashore across the northwest corner of snow may county and that is the case in the afternoon, scattered light showers and this evening when the cold front rolls in, that is when we are going do have the heavier showers and have to deal with the rain in the evening commute. this is how it looks this morning, from mount tamalpais, the is sun coming up, you can see the rain falling from the clouds, but the air was very dry. a little bit to the ground but nothing hit a rain gauge yet and it is causing delays at sfo, and the winds from 10:00 or this morning to 10:00 this evening, an airport warning because of the winds and we have two hours and 32 minutes the average time
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for delays getting into sfo. breezy and mild today with p.m. showers, scattered showers and thunder because of the winds in the thunder we had to up the scale last night, we evaluate the information that came in after the midday she and we it it up up to a "2" and friday we have light rain. "1" is light and with not had a "4" or "3", but this is a good healthy rain, windy in the higher will sprays and the slight chance of thunder is why it is a "2". moving forward from noon into the 4:00 hour you can see just green over the to which us, and yellow stars to develop in the north bay and orange is the moderate rain in the heart of the north bay at 6:00, moving into the heart of the bay by 7:00 and starting to slide into the south bay by 8:00 through the 9:00 hour and, then, by 10:00 it is out of here and the scattered showers start to take over. rainfall amounts with the first
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public of wet weather, pretty impressive, about a third to possibly .5" of rain and we will get a little bit more with scatter showers. in the sierra, 2' of snow, 6,000' and tomorrow, at 3,57' there will be snow so you will need the chains. kirkwood and lake tahoe and donner could get 2.5-3' of snow, and that average along the sierra has also fallen behind the average level. we need this, and it has been so dry that temperatures, today, are mild but they will fall this afternoon. we will stay in the 60s through saturday although it will be dry by then and then on sunday and monday and tuesday, mid-70s return to most of our neighborhoods. again, the heaviest ever the written is falling from 4:00 to 9:00 so be ready. >> we will have our umbrellas out. los angeles has the logo for the bid to win the 2024 olympics a
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soar age well with rout stretched amendments -- arms "follow the sun," trying do beat out paris and rome. >> google announced expansion of a think tank and what was a division is now called a technical laboratory called sking saw and alphabet chairman made the announcement its focusing on technology to tackle the issues like organized crime, terrorism, and human trafficking the name jigsaw comes from the belief that combination of research and tech can put the puzzle together one piece at a time. >> amazon could be close to launching a private label clothing brand. they have posted new jobs for the fashion label of amazon but it is unlikely it will be luxury, they more likely to focus on developing affordable items. >> the competition was "ruff,"
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similar boy, and another one returned but not everything is usual and the explanation that accompanied the goods. >> and take two for the oscars, the award is getting a makeover. find out how at 5:00. >> and now the super bowl of dog shows and this morning we have a winner. >> top dog himself, bring out c. j. >> can you tell he is calm, alert, focused, very much a show dug. >> c.j. stopped by america after winning "best if show," at the westminster dog show in new york, german short haired pointer. >> he is a regular house dog would likes to play with his cat friend at home. i don't know if he is stoic, yesterday was a big day and he woke up early for "good morning america"? he is just tired.
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he need as break. >> he just had a poker face. >> from all of us, thanks for joining us. >> who wants to an millionaire is next. an impending storm await.
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>> hi, everybody. all this week, we're raising money for an amazing charity, shriners hospitals for children, and nothing would make me happier than to give them a ton of cash, so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ hello, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to "millionaire." i am so glad you've joined us for this very special week, where we're raising money for shriners hospitals for children. every time someone gets to that $50,000 threshold, we're donating $10,000 to shriners hospitals and a fantastic organization that has transformed kids' lives by providing the expert medical care they need regardless of their family's ability to pay. and you don't want to miss friday's show, because that's when we're gonna have a very special guest who will be donating 100% of their winnings to shriners hospitals for

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