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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> arson investigators visiting the scorched vallejo home with a dog this morning. the site of a tragedy. a little boy is dead. his mother has terrible buns -- burns. neighbors have many questions. i am kristen sze. >> i am natasha zouves. was the fire set intentionally? our reporter, amy hollyfield, is in that neighborhood. such a sad story. amy? >> yes, vallejo police are not saying but their presence is saying a lot. quite a scene here still. this is 24 hours after the fire happened. this is not usually what we see after a house fire.
>> investigators property if their arson dog as they took a closer look at the vallejo home that caught fire yesterday. it killed a five-year-old boy. seeing their street rope off with crime tape added another layer of emotion. >> it is hard. hard. it scares me. that someone would do that with kids in the house...so...i don't know what to say the. >> i have five kids of my own, and to have somebody burn the house, a family...what is the world coming to? >> it happened yesterday morning before 10:00, the mother suffered second- and third-degree burns trying to rescue her child. neighbors tried to get to him. >> we cooled her off and asked her where the baby was and started to go in. i could only get halfway through the living room.
>> police have not said officially in they think someone set this fire. the fire department will not comment saying the case belongs to police. police stationed officers in front of the home to protect the scene. the neighbor say there have been changes at the home. >> she had a boyfriend move in and since then it started going bad so i will say that. >> what went bad? what happened? >> a last things going on over this. i will leave it at that. >> an investigator here on the scene said he is hoping that police will be table release more information later today. >> thank you. >> new developments in the case of a millbrae man missing in april and was discovered dead this month. key green's ex-girlfriend from hillsborough and two others are accused. our reporter is here with an interview with green's friend you will only hear on 7.
all the district attorney will receive the case from deputies in the meantime keith green's friends are worried the form girlfriend's family could take things into their hands. a weekend raid led to the death of keith green's former girlfriend and her boyfriend. a third person is in instead. tiffany li is in sheriff's custody charged with conspiracy and murder. her current boyfriend, kaveh bayat, is is in jail on the same charges. i am relieved they got caught. that is peace of mind. >> they shared two children together, he was last seen in millbrae at a pancake house where he was to meet tiffany to discuss details. he never returned. her friend would only talk if we concealed their identity. they were afraid because they say tiffany is from a very wealthy and powerful family that could retaliate even though she
is in jail. >> any question she might have been part of this? >> in. they made several threats to keith throughout this custody battle both tiffany and the boyfriend called me and threatened keith in the past. >> hid body was found weeks after he was reported missing. keith's friended want him to be remembered as a devoted dad and aspiring chef. he was a great job and he works jobs and goes to school full time to support the girls. >> the daughters are saying at the home of tiffany, which was raided by the deputies. >> all suspects will appear in court tomorrow afternoon. in the newsroom for abc7 news. >> thank you, tiffany. a south bay jail riddled with problems and another is surface this time a guard is the reported victim. our reporter, matt keller is at the santa clara county jail. matt? >> yes, i spoke with the sheriff
this morning, and they told me the deputy is doing fine. in fact, that deputy is working today inside the santa clara county main jail. this took place yesterday afternoon. here at james. the sheriff said an inmate punched a deputy in the face a few takes. he was taken to the hospital and checked out in an hour and released. the sheriff played for surveillance video out of her pocket and had them install in the jail in march in response to the death of an inmate, michael tyree. three gars have been charged with the murder but the sheriff said this will protect the guards. i was told there were no cameras where this took place but no have been installed since march and the sheriff is in the process of installing more. the inmate will likely be charged with a felony for assaulting the deputy. reporting live in san jose for abc7 news. >> thank you, a woman is safe after escaping a house fire in antioch, because of the help of quick thinking officers. take a look at these flame
shooting out of a window. the fire break out at 3:30 in the morning on pecan street at cypress. by the time they get this police officers had already arrived and they helped a woman who was trapped on the roof of the second-story home. >> the antioch police department with the assistance of the fire department put the garbage cans to the garage door and told the lady to climb on to the garbage can and assist her off the roof. >> she climbed down. she is expected to be okay. >> firefighters are working to contain a wildfire that broke out over the weekend that starting 3:30 in the afternoon in part of county's southeast of soledad. the fire grew to nearly 4,000 acres. however, it is not threatening homes. firefighters racing against the clock to contain it because there is concern that pg&e power lines could catch fire and cause a major power loss. >> we are on storm watch tracking another round of showers moving into the bay
area. i want to bring. >> look from our camera right now and you can see the clouds hanging around right new, and they could turn into stray showers where you live. meteorologist mike nicco is on roof with our forecast. mike? >> yes, good morning, everyone, you hit the nail on head as far astray showers, live doppler hd is showing a few sprinkles. all is quiet now. we will put it in motion: a few more help having off the mendocino and sonoma county. what will happen the next six hours with our radar returns. clear lake, mendocino county, northern napa and northern there are oranges and yellows so there could be brief heavy rain but other than that it is quiet. a little bit of sunshine. below average temperatures. more in the big forecast ahead. >> can you keep track of changing weather conditions with the abc7 news app by tracking
live doppler hd any time. >> we have new details about a fatal accident this morning involving caltrain. trains are backed to normal. a man was hit and killed in burlingame. near the oak grove avenue crossing. it happened at 6:30 this morning. sky 7 was overhead when crews arrived. investigators say he was trespassing on the tracks of the 300 people were on the train. no one was hurt. >> c.h.p. c.h.p. is trying to determine in there is another shooting on an east bay freeway, they responded to a shots fired call before 6:00 p.m. last night near richmond. they are not sure in anyone was hurt. they did not find a victim. or a suspect. there have been roughly two dozen shootings on east bay freeways the last six months. several were deadly. most of the shootings have been tied to gang activity. >> san carlos police are looking for smash-and-grab thieves who made off with firearms from a gun store. police say that the gun store was hit early yesterday morning.
police believe that the theives used a heavy object, possibly a vehicle, to smash in the front of the stop. they grabbed guns and other rot. then they took off. >> the verdict is in and it is not guilty for baltimore police officer in the death of freddie gray. the 30-year-old edward nero and the defense fought assault charges after he was said to have charged freddie gray without probable cause and was negligent without buckleing him in with a seatbelt. the death led to widespread anger and protests in the streets of baltimore for a week. >> in 2016, today is the last day to register to vote or to register with a specific political party for next month. a company that provides voter information to candidates, said that more than 1.5 million new people have registered to vote since january 1.
several registration develops are hell across the bay area today and in santa cruz county. since the deadline can you request a vote by mail ballot through the end of month. california today, her husband and bill clinton are campaigning for her in the central valley. he'll be in fresno at an event with the cofounder of the united farm workers, and voter registration among young hispanics is up by they are leaning more toward bernie sanders. speaking of bernie sanders he is campaigning in california, today, with a few rallies scheduled in southern california and he is aiming to tout the johns program which would create jobs by fixing america's roads, bridges and water systems. >> on republican side, donald
trump is expected to meet today with tennessee senator bob corker, speculation that corker is in the running to possibly be trump's have the candidate, running mate, the 63-year-old serves as chair of the senate foreign relations committee and is a key figure in policy negotiations with the oh bum administration. >> you can stay on top of all the late breaking developments in the race for 2016 with the news app by downloading it for free and enable push alerts. >> a second chance of love for a person voted off the bachelor, and a look at the bachelorette premiere. >> a controversial kick that has everyone talking. what draymond green is saying now about this play that could get him suspended. >> we have a warning for those who use fitbit, it may not be
>> a we have breaking news in the newsroom, bart is investigating a person under a train at the embarcadero station. the rescueers wore, to get to that station as we speak. bart trains are not stopping at embarcadero right new in both directions. now, we also have a train incident in san leandro we are tracking, davis street is closed this after a pedestrian was hit by a train. we are monitoring both of the situations for update on the breaking news by following us on twitter. >> an exclusive, tom brady is appealing the four-game suspense imposed by the nfl.
the attorney told "good morning america" that they will follow the appeal with the second united states circuit court of appeals the last day for the san mateo native to appeal say he must serve a four game suspense for the use of underingrated footballs. he is on the new england patriot in a championship game and the lawyers have asked for the entire circuit court of appeals to rehear the case and toss out his suspension. the n.b.a. is expected to review a delay grant foul committed by warriors forward draymond green to decide in further discipline is necessary. green kicked thunder center adams in the ground -- groin area last night. the n.b.a. has the option of deciding to suspend him or fine him. the dubs all stars say the kick was accident am. >> no one can go in my head and say draymond is thinking about kicking him. he kicked him. if you watch my reaction i
walked back, and turned around and it looked like he was on the board, people are judging what they want to judge but hike i said, i know i didn't do it on purpose. all the thunder crushed the warriors 133-105 taking the series lead. game four is tomorrow at 6:00 p.m., and this shifts back to oracle arena on 5 for thursday night and game six, in necessary, would be back on the thunder's home court on saturday night. tonight, many sharks fans are in downtown san jose for a watch party, the sharks will try to rebound from the saturday game four loss to the st. louis and the when conference final series is two games each and tonight game five is at 5:00 p.m. in st. louis the. >> how many of us use fitbit, they are so popular. however, our fitbits doing what they think? the warning going out this morning. >> in the first two days of my seven-day forecast, it is going to be cooler-than-average
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this morning. it is because we are tracking a chance of spotty showers. ing in to change your plans over. >> i would not unless you live in clear lake or mendocino county. they get the wet weather today and tomorrow and wednesday. as we look the at sunshine from this morning we look from the exploritorium camera, at pier 14, made for gorgeous pictures you can check net -- them identity. i will put more throughout the day. right now the temperatures are running in the 60s in most neighbors and warmer than this time yesterday. because of more sunshine. the sunshine will add some energy to the atmosphere and that is why we are seeing a few radar returns on live doppler hd one or two of those could get up to thunderstorm levels especially around lake county. right now, we are looking at the fiscal year three days of sun and clouds and below average highs and stray showers and we have warm weather ambassador from the cost coming this weekend and here is a look at
high temperatures today. a lot of mid-to-upper 60s until you get an the bay, low-to-mid 60s and upper 50s along the coast, and what we are dealing with, if you are heading out, temperatures are 4-11 degrees cooler-than-average with the pollen count coming in today , with low amounts of weed, grass pollen is going to be high and mold spores low and tree pollen, moderate u.v. index is high. we will talk about what is going to happen at the game tonight, it will be quite breezy at at&t park and temperatures even cool for at&t standards at 57 at 7:15 dropping to 55 and we will all drop into the upper 40s to mid-50s overnight. shear a quick look at our radar returns starting at noon, you can see near cloverdale and clear lake to sacramento our best chance of a stray shower over the higher elevations on either side of the santa clara valley and same with drizzle and even some sprinkles are possible, in the higher elevations during the overnight hours and along the coast, and tomorrow afternoon we look up to the north again and, also, santa
cruz mountains in the east bay hills and diabolo range for a slight chance of a stray shower. as far as any measurable wet weather, look how few and far define it is, lows that .0 5", unless you near the thunderstorms that could develop at clear lake. temperatures do not change through wednesday, we warm back to average on thursday, and then 60s along the coast and 70s around bay and 80s inland just a little bit warmer for the holiday weekend. can you believe memorial day is right around the corner, a week away from today. >> the yours fly by. a warning this morning of the wildly popular fitbit devices, it turns out they may not be so accurate as you might think the according to some, the heart rate monitors on two models can be off by up to 20 beats a minute. the test results show that the more intense the exercise, the greater the margin of error,
>> coming up at 4:00, as we told you, today is the last day to register to vote in presidential primary but that could change. we will tell you about lawsuit seeking to extend registration. nervous moments at atms a new type of malware is found in machines across current the story action -- story at 5:00. >> and we are hours away for "the bachelorette," a bachelorette returns. 26 men are competing for the heart of jo-jo. the 25-year-old real estate developer achieved important advice: follow your heart, trust your gut and know the difference between the hot passionate chemistry and love. >> she is fought ready to kiss and tell yet, but is refusing to
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