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spread in the last hour or so. you can see we have pockets of rain and scattered showers. let's close into parts of the south bay and east bay. we have a line of showers now from san ramone are, south ward to fremont and into south bay. and in the north bay, wide spread rain in parts of marin county. and just pockets of light, scattered showers. and we don't have many locations reporting measurable rain. we have 1/100ths in san jose and hayward. just trace amounts just beginning to report rainfall. here is our forecast animation at 7:00 we'll see by 10:00 p.m., in the east and south bay. by morning we'll see the area of rainfall lifting to the north
bay. i'll show where it's going in just a moment. >> we talk about the storm impact scale. it's another thing to see it happen. abc7 news joins us to show how a slight or light storm can have big impact. >> you will realize some jobs depend on weather conditions. threatening skies, going to have a chilling impact. customers stay away and sometimes, employees have to go home without pay. when the forecast is favorable, hr detailing handles 100 or more cars per day. today, it's been slow. >> we have about 40 people daily working in the back. so probably go down to half, maybe 15, or 20 employees. >> some have to take the day off. >> definitely. yes. >> the week is ending after booming as temperatures hit 08s
and 90s. >> are you welcoming showers? >> i love it. i do. >> we need water. now, we have had some, we need more. >> with benches wet, palo alto is gearing up on other water conservation drive. letting residents compete with neighboring cities at the website my water pledge.com. >> we're just starting an out reach push and have until april 30th for residents to sign the pledge. >> palo alto residents agree, the drought isn't over. >> ru going to continue to conserve? >> absolutely. i promised to never again complain about rain. >> rain can impact mood but not for everyone. >> you look like you're in a good mood. >> yes. yes. >> i feel like in a good way. >> it is probably not a bad
place to work. the cranes were not operating today. in san jose, abc7 news. >> you can find the weekend weather with the abc7 news app. track live doppler 7 on your phone. the app is free to down load. a massive settlement against san francisco based wells fargo bank for mortgage fraud. wells fargo admits they falsely certified home loans for seven years and government insurance paid the bank. a reprieve for an elderly woman being evicted from her noe valley home. we've learned the landlord agreed to let her stay. we introduced you to beatrice allen, she lived in the home 30 years. a tech investor bought it for his ailing mother-in-law. today, he rescinded the notice
without saying why. cal's former assistant coach already has a new job tonight. he is now an assistant coach at the university of nevada reno. this a day after he dropped his appeal at cal. seems like common sense if you're committing a crime, don't record yourself doing it. an arsonist that admitted to starting the king fire did that. took almost a month to be contained in that time, flames burned nearly 100,000 acres and destroyed a dozen homes. abc7 news was in placerville today. the man set the fire pled guilty and was sentenced. >> reporter: after first denying he was there, this video is one piece of evidence prosecutors
had incriminating the now admitted arsonist. wayne allen huntsman. the video shows him standing near the fire. now, he's an admitted arsonist. >> probably the most remorseful person i've ever represented. this was very difficult for him. >>. >> reporter: the fire destroyed 12 homes and burning 97,000 acres. huntsman said i have cried for victims. i love people and mother nature, my heart hurts for the pain caused. among those in the courtroom were some of the victims. >> made a mistake. you know? it cost a lot of people a lot of heart burn. >> he asked for forgiveness,
will you give it to him? >> you have to forgive everybody. >> huntsman made a call to 911 to report the fire. he's now admitted setting. >> there is a forest fire in the house. it's a big fire, and cooling off now. >> huntman was sentenced to 20 years and ordered to pay $60 million in restitution. >> in placerville, abc7 news. the sheriff posted noum knot one, but nine videos showing a confrontation between a deputy and a teenager. >> you're not allowed to do that. you're not allowed to go out of the car. >> this shows the 18-year-old
getting in between the vehicle and the deputy after more arguing he was forced to the ground and detained. one point the video we heard his mother say we didn't have a warrant and no legal premise for getting into the vehicle. she's right. >> he was doing his job, out, patrolling the streets and came across a group of people, there was yelling and screaming. someone was crying. he was trying to determine if there was somebody a victim of a type of crime. the teenager's attorney claims he was only charged with resisting arrest to derail a police brutality lawsuit. >> we know why a man beaten by deputies was arrested. he faces charges and u.s. attorneys unsealed a case against petrov today. it says he entered a not guilty plea to firearm charges. we are live with the latest.
melanie? >> he burned back several times to look at his mother, he said her son suffers from ptsd following that incident. and this complaint, however, paints a different picture. according to the fbi, he is a career criminal, who is a danger to officers and bystanders. april 1ing agents aested him and his girlfriend at this home on firearm and drug trafficking charges. according to the complaint, both are associated with a gang. the fbi says petrov and moraga. at the same home, agents discovered the couple with 125 games of methamphetamine and arrested the couple. the d.a. discharged the case because of the investigation.
plea and a half weeks later, the feds arrested both. that morning a man was shot outside of the home. there is a growing memorial. by phone he says he grew up with petrov they he drove up to 110 miles per hour to evade police that night. a hearing is scheduled for april 18th. if indicted before then, that
hearing won't be necessary. today, his toush r attorney says his client's background is complex. in the newsroom, abc7 news. right now the president is in the democratic party. then, to the home of susan sandler. and just minutes ago, hundreds cheered from the sidewalk, the motorcade left for his second fund-raiser. each events costs $33,000 to attend. >> 2016 is shaping up to be the most expensive presidential campaign in history. california is the atm for both sides here.
>> so future voters took in the spectacle. these students took a trip to camp out at a prime spot. >> dozens of children who went to the dentist may have been molested by a man working there. >> an update on the investigation into this dental assistant and crimes committed in concord. >> the sound of shots that ended a life. how this footage compares to reports given by officers. wet evening is getting wetter now. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up in just a moment. i think we begin to feel like a movement towards the electric cars and sustainable energy. energy. >> cars use less ga i want to show you some cutting edge technology.
this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
this video does not show the shooting but tells us is that the incident took about 30 seconds from the time the officers confronted the man to when the shooting stopped. the 45-year-old died from wounds at the hospital after being shot near the tent where he lived on shotwell street. police responded to a call with a man with a knife. the chief says they fired bean bags but to no avail and two officers then fired about seven rounds. >> statements indicate the subject was armed with a knife. >> police commander said they've interviewed more than 10
witnesses. >> wits heard shots, saw the suspect with a knife after the shooting. the suspect was flailing as he ran orders officers. >> the fourth witness was this man. the homeless man we spoke with yesterday. his account conta dikts what the others said. >> we saw the knife after he fell and het the ground. that is when the knife fell out from his shirt and hit the cement. >> comparisons are being made to the controversial shooting of mario woods in december. >> we have to take a look at the root cause of the issues. >> police say they're will being for other witnesses and video. a 17 year highway veteran is
in critical condition tonight. someone ran him over and the chp says it was intentional. a motorcycle officer was in the median when police say a pickup truck slammed into him. his brother says a drug problem may be to blame. after hitting a sales milestone, tesla announced plans to ramp up production on the nottel three. some wonder if there will be enough charging stations to go around. >> reporter: the company said it's planning to increase production. >> we're trying to buy local.
>> this current owner isn't surprised by demand. >> it can deliver on that number of cars, in a timely manner, at the price point roughly, i think it's going to be great for the state and country. good for the environment. >> it's the middle of the afternoon and nearly every space is taken. >> just been a fun game to play. >> the bay area may have a tough time keeping up. public charging stations and cities such as san jose and mountain view have been funded by state and federal money. saying consumers shouldn't worry. >> a lot of people have fear of what they're charging. they shouldn't be because of how fast you can charge. if you want to charge home, take from 6 to 8 hours. >> a small inconvenience to wait. >> i plugged in.
and there must have been five behind me. >> i'm sure you're ready for the weekend. >> yes. >> we're still here. >> yes. >> and if you're going to the giants-dodgers showers breaking through. >> today should be fun. a chance of showers tonight but nothing continuous is likely to mess with the game. >> we're going to talk little league, too. >> and here is how it's looking. scattered showers but we're getting rain sustained and an
occasional heavy one. these are not lasting long. greatest concentration of wide spread showers and from and beyond. 64 in mountain view and san jose. check out this view. you can see part of the golden gate bridge. napa, 62, 65 and this is pier 15. steady rain occurs overnight. developing storm ranks one in our storm impact scale.
and then, later in the day, we'll see it lifting to the north bay and inland and breaking into widely scattered showers. and late sunday, we'll see it falling apart. by 11:00 most locations will have received a half inch and maybe three quarters of an inch. to lows tonight in mid-50s. tomorrow's highs in a rather narrow range, mid to upper 60s
the cost of mailing a letter is going down to $0.47, the result of an expiring surcharge to help the postal service recoop billions in losses dating back to the great recession. >> that leads tonight's bay area business watch. about 17 million customers are currently paying service they said customers were
grand fathered in for two years. and that two years is up. new board members are joining twitter and ceo tweeted a welcome to hugh fox tweeted today i can't wait. >> police identified victims of a concord dental assistant being accused of molestation. a potentially fatal problem with a vehicle had no fix for two years. the predicament and how 7 on your side fixed it. we continue to monitor live doppler seven hd. you're seeing green out there, still active and abc7 news weather anchor spencer christian has a look at the for
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victims and probably more coming forward. >> tonight, the search for more victims of a suspected child mostestor. police say at least three young girls were molested and videotaped at what clinica monument. >> the suspect is a former dental assistant. this investigation just getting started. >> reporter: patients say it makes them sick. >> this is disgusting. >> it's really bad. you know? really scary. >> police say they've interviewed three victims, all girls, under 10. >> we know there is probably going more coming forward. >> reporter: police identified victims by looking at videos they say he recorded. >> he is pulling their pants down and videotaping their private areas and also, videotaping their face in some
videos. >> reporter: he remains in jail on $8.1 million bond, charged with forceable lewd acts on a child, including one prosecutors say he assaulted three times and possessing child pornography. >> there were enhance manies added. >> police is been flooded with calls from parents wondering if their parents will be note bid. maria says her kids see a different dentist. >> do you go with them? >> i go in every time. >> reporter: state law say there is no law prohibiting parents to stay with the child. >> for another adult not to be present, it's kind of unusual. >> reporter: police are getting lots of calls. hoping to identify young girls shown in the videos.
a state lawmaker is heeding effort to restore honor to african american sailors court marshalled with mutiny during world war ii. they refused to load munitions into ships after an explosion killed 320 naval personnel in 1944, fearing for their safety. the men's military record remains tainted. >> it's like righting a wrong. there is no way they can feel good about it if they didn't. >> all but one refused to be pardoned because they were invifting they were not guilty of wrong doing. >> belgium authorities may have arrested one of the key suspects in the belgium attacks.
a raid resulted in five aarrests including one man named mohammed abrini. he is the final outstanding suspect and may be the man in the shat from the attacks last month. the deaths of two people at an air pores base does not appear to be an act of terrorism. investigators belief it was an apparent murder suicide. they found two handguns near the bodies. >> the vatican published a document titled "the joy of love". it took three years to create and abc news reporter mady gomez has reaction. >> he talks about working with people in order to persuade and
encourage, and help people. instead of condemning them. >> he says pope francis is revolutionizing the church. >> this just had to undergo a different time. in order to update itself, right? >> the pontiff urging the catholic church to stop judgment. >> there is gray in the world, not just black and white. i think every circumstance is not going to fit into a black or white area. we need to look at the facts in this case to see if it will work. just like what he says, who are we to judge? this is why i agree with him, he's all loving and all forgiving like christ. i think he's going to be like another john paul. >> los angeles archbishop
released a statement saying quote, it comes when the meaning of marriage, family, and human love is disputed in our society. so i welcome this to everyone who wants to understand what god intends for our true happiness, end quote. he opened the door to divorce and gay individuals, he slammed it shut on gay marriage. >> the catholic church seems to be moving in the right direction and in this situation, rome wasn't built in a day. >> to change their minds it would be a miracle of god. >> he says hope francis is showing the world catholics can find their way back. caltrans moved up demolition work today. >> why you can blink and not miss a thing. plus... >> like a clunk kind of noise.
a bay area woman was afraid her pick up could caught on fire. >> a fix wasn't available she called on 7 on your side's michael finney for help. >> toyota released a recall about an issue with a suspension in the toyota tacoma in 2014. since then, it's canoed several more. >> christy has been receiving noticed about her 2007 toyota tacoma truck more than two years. the spring can come into contact with the fuel tank, causing a fire. the notice warns in a clunk or bang can be heard contact your dealer immediately. the resident began hearing that
menacing sound. >> like a clunk, like a dunk kind of noise. >> christy took her vehicle into a dealership and the notice was actually an interim notice. the auto maker cannot yet find a fix. >> there could be hundreds of thousands of vehicles affected and they don't stop coming for thousands of those parts. >> christy doesn't want to drive the vehicle. >> i don't want to die, get in an accident or burn up. >> christy told her toyota would reimburse her. she says her lease rings were not cracked or corroded. anderson says that doesn't match up with what toyota states
elsewhere. >> it's contrary to the question available on the internet. >> christy turned to me for help. and told us customers can find instructions for submitting a request. toyota reimbursed christy for repairs. >> michael finney, the terminator. see? see? >> it is expected to be announced here in the bay area, in april. to see my reports go to abc7news.com and select 7 on
your side. >> that will come back. >> yes. yes. >> it's awesome. >> not going away. >> thank you. >> sure. >> shifting your sleep pattern takes days, right? >> new technology that can do it in hours. >> the storm begins to take shape. shape. where you can i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
caltrans removed truss rz from the old bay bridge today thchl is a look of what is left of the bridge. the truck is on its way for recycling. you can see it being moved. here is a time lapse shot. it's a slow process, the truck dropping about 45 feet. next, caltrans says they plan to implode two piers in november. sleep deprivation in cases
has been blamed for car wrecks to plane crashes and now, researchers are working on a new technology that just might help. >> for millions, adjusting sleep cycle can be a frustrating challenge, leaving them drowsy if they have to shift to daylight hours. >> in an earlier report we showed you a prototype the team developed to fool the sleeping brain into thinking it's seeing daylight. the brain reacts by shifting body clocks. in a study the teamworked to find effective timing. >> we found more flashes you get a larger response.
this is a strong >> the team was able to shift cycles by 2 to 3 hours. >> just three hours could have instant benefits for travellers and could erase the jet lag from a trip. but probably won't be enough to compensate for a worker's shifting back and forth from an overnight schedule. >> in experiments, researchers were able to extend the shift in a body clock. >> you can get changes in timing if you give three days of lights. >> he says irlliar data does not appear to be producing serious side affects and says more research needs to be done.
eric thomas, abc7 news. >> also, using a version of a light technology for teenager who's have trouble getting to sleep. >> time to check out the rain on the way. >> no time for sleep because rain notice a line of showers novato. here in the bay area, lingering showers tomorrow, high temperatures mid to upper 60s around the bay and inland. here is the accu-weather
all of his work ruined on this hole. would have to settle for an even par 72. and so speith leading sixth round and paired with rory and. >> i knew i can play well. at the same time, just looking to hit every shot to the best of my ability. and we'll do that for a long time today. unfortunately, it didn't happen. and steer kerr this weekend with warriors facing back to back games but it's clear, steph curry and draymond green want to go for the record.
warriors became just the second team in history to win 70 in one season. and kerr would prefer to rest his guys but knows players are in for the record. >> i've also i've made a pact with the guys if they're not tired and banged up and want to go for a record or whatever, then, we've got to talk. >> mike shumann hosts after the game, and they'll breakdown the warriors and grizzlies game at 8:00 and i'll be on the beach,
wishing them the best. trevor story turned into the story, becoming the first person to homer in each of his first four career games. and did it again, today. and story, his sixth of the year already. and story quite a story. free for five with four rbis in this game. villanova held a championship parade today in philadelphia. great way to end the week for the wildcats who defeated north carolina with a buzzer beating three to carry a first
championship since masamino's team in >> the earth's new wobble, at nine. then at 11:00 president obama's night, raising money and snarling traffic. join us for abc7 news at 11:00. >> that is it for this edition of abc7 news. look for breaking news on abc7 news bay area. >> from all of us here at abc7 news, enjoy this sunset and have a good night. we'll see you at 9:00 and 11:00.
this is jeopardy! let's meet today's contestants -- a tax accountant originally from canyonville, oregon... a web production manager from ossining, new york... and our returning champion, an assistant attorney general from bedford, new hampshire... ...whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. hi, folks, and welcome to our show once again. you gotta figure that $15,900 for one win is impressive
when you consider that ken did not come up with the correct response to final jeopardy! yesterday. he had earned a lot of money going into that round. kim and ricky, beware of ken. good luck, though. here we go. here are the categories for the first round of play... next... and finally, we want you to... ...not your "a" game. ken. bring your "b" game for $600, please. kim. what is bocce? good. uh, they sing, they act for $200, please. ken. who is barbra streisand? she's the one. uh, bring your "b" game for $800, please.