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what are you doing? sfx: "burp" i'm having a small snack. gross. don't live with ants. get raid ant & roach spray. raid??? raid kills bugs dead. sc johnson >> live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> now the a 11:00, a helicopter rushes a child to
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an east bay hospital following a violent car crash. two other kids are rushed to the emergency room on the ground and one of the children has passed away. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. the crash happened before 6:30 on interstate 680 in san ramon. an suv collided with another vehicle on the northbound lanes of 680. >> the children were rushed to children's hospital oakland. katie is live at the hospital with a developing story. >> in the last hour the chp said they arrested her and charged her with felony dui. this is all as the family at children's hospital learn that 4-year-old elijah did not survive his injuries. elijah dunn after he was
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pulled from the mangled wreckage. dunn's grandfather p was seated in the rear of the driver's side of the toyota camry as they waited along 680 for gas. dunn's mother, the driver, pulled over on the right happened side of the roadway near the bollinger canyon road exit. the california highway patrol received the call that a white toyota sequoia seen here slammed into the back of the stalled car. pair immediate -- paramedics transported two others in the car as well. a 12-year-old boy and 2-year-old girl were taken to oakland, but they are okay. a mother is being treated at john muir medical center. she has a broken back, ribs and other severe injuries. the driver of the suv was transported for her injuries, but there is no word on her condition. chp shutdown the lanes to investigate, but by 9:00 all lanes reopened.
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we are still working to confirm more details about the driver of the suv. the suv rather. chp says it is a female driver and she has been treated for her injuries, but they have not yet released her identity. live in oakland, abc7 news. >> thank you. now to developing news from bart riders, there are delays on the system after someone got run over and killed by a train earlier tonight. just before 7:30 they ended up on the tracks. that station was closed for two hours and reopened around 9:30. >> loved ones honored a mother to be tonight who was gunned down this week. the 18-year-old died after being shot to death on monday in san pablo. abc7 news was at the bay area peace keepers in richmond where friends and family gathered. mccoy had been going to the teen center since seventh grade. mourners wrote notes and shared stories about her.
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they talked about the positive person she had become and looking forward to seeing her as a mother. >> she truly wanted to succeed in life. i know she and aspirations about being with her daughter. >> i was looking forward to being with the child at some point. >> mccoy wanted to maybe become a police officer. now to the sey x scandal involving -- sex scandal all over the bay area. they announced criminal charges against seven east bay police officers, five with the oakland police department and one with the contra costa county chary riff's office and one with livermore police. the charges come after a month's long investigation involving a teenager known as celeste guap. she said she had sex with officers including when she was underage. >> there are 775 police officers in oakland. this is a handful of people
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who have brought shame on that department. >> o'malley says there is evidence some officers had sexual encounters with the victim in other counties. there is another investigation in san francisco right now. they say, quote, the consequences of poor judgment and bad behavior can end careers and shatter lives. we streamed the d.a.'s news conference live so we can watch the news as it happened. our live streams are always available through the abc7 news app that also sends out alerts as news breaks. >> a san francisco woman is in jail after police say she slammed her skater board into the back of an officer's head cracking his helmet. on monday evening police say vera attacked the officer. he was on his bike and she walked up behind and with two hands swung her skateboard at his head. after being hit the officer grabbed the suspect. he was treated for an injury and was not seriously hurt because of the bicycle
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helmet. former san francisco 49er bruce miller was in court facing seven felony assault charges. they say he beat up a 70-year-old man and his 29-year-old son. melanie woodrow spoke with him outside the courtroom. >> former san francisco 49er bruce miller would not talk about what lead to his arrest. >> do you remember what happened that night? do you want to say anything? >> i am just not at liberty to talk about it right now. there is an investigation going on. >> sundays are for the boys, miller posted on instagram over the weekend. around 11:50 on sunday night a manager atom me's -- atom me's restaurant say he tried to take a customer's food. veronica gave us this cell phone video. >> you're tripping. >> a manager escorted miller out. >> i i don't know who you are. we have no issue. keep on keeping on. >> miller tried to get into a 70-year-old man's room at the marriott at fisherman's
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wharf. when the son said he had the wrong room miller charged him and then punched and assaulted his father with a cane. >> it is a major embarrassment to us because not only were they visiting the city and were victimized, but this is a clear case of elder abuse. >> reporter: surveillance video captured him across the street at the travel lodge. his forehead was bloody and he was stumbling. >> how was your head injured that night? >> i'm sorry, excuse me. >> reporter: a motion to increase his bail was denied. the court ordered miller to stay away from the victims. his arraignment was moved to november. in san francisco, melanie woodrow, abc7 news. >> new at 11:00, residents in the north bay are longing for the sound of silence. >> for many weeks a new commuter rail line has been testing trains on the tracks and testing out the horns as well. now the loud sound is testing patience. >> cornell bernard is live with the story.
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cornell? >> eric and kristen, many are happy there is a come back in the north bay. during the testing phase a lot of neighbors neighbors are wondering why the come back needs to be so loud. a test run of the new smart train comes with all of the bells and whistles and a loud horn. some neighbors even have their own impression. >> it is like a freight train. >> she lives in the mobile home park adjacent to the smart train tracks where the smart of train horns seemed to echo. >> it seems to be day and night. it makes no difference. it will wake you up. >> smart said it was testing the trains at night, but only temporarily. a spokesperson says our horn is between 96 and 98decibles, so it is on the lower end of
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the spectrum. it is all about safety and it is a community conversation. >> we are stuck with the train. we don't want to be stuck with the noise. >> relief is coming. both novato and san rafael have established quiet zones restricting the engineers from sounding horns unless there is an emergency or if a train leaves the station. >> we'll still hear the bells and the whistles at the gate. other than that, we'll be happier. >> smart start is moving commuters later this year. eileen may finally hang up her impression. cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> coming up on abc7 news at 11:00, the suv fire blamed on an exploding smartphone and the unprecedented action the government is now taking to keep people safe. >> and two towers of mattresses and the major announcement from the store sparking outrage for the 9/11 sale. >> and the faces of drug abuse. the police department that
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released this controversial photo is defending its decision. >> i am meteorologist sandhya patel. the calendar says summer, but soon it is not going to feel like it. i'll have details on the big changes when we look at your weekend and next week coming up. >> first here is a look at what is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live" after abc7 news at 11:00. jimmy? >> thanks, kristen and eric. it is friday night and we have a new show. >> tracy told me he went to your house and you made him ballpark franks. >> i went over there and he made me franks, ballpark franks.
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tonight we have details about the serious warning about the smartphone. the consumer product safety commission announced today anyone with a samsung galaxy note 7 should turn it off and stop using it immediately. katie explains live from samsung headquarters in san jose. it does follow dozens of explosions and fires. >> reporter: kristen there have been 35 fires involving the phone and one will be on the phone. a man called it in.
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>> the air bags started exploding. >> his samsung galled lexy -- galaxy note 7 was charging his phone when it caught fire. they are telling note 7 owners not to charge it and don't use it. >> this is one of their flagship , high end phones. >> the bay area tech analyst said not all note 7's are at risk. >> it is only the galaxy note 7. not all batteries came from the same factory. >> still there is no reason to take a chance and samsung is promising a replacement phone. the cpsc is working with samsung on an official recall. >> the first time we saw it on fire. >> she owns you break, i fix stores in the south bay. he says it is rare for the phone batteries to catch fire even when they over heat. >> they have different ways of
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dealing with the battery. all of the batteries have a safety mechanism. >> they have been frequent enough to prompt the f.a.a. to ask the travelers to not turn on or change their note 7's in flight or put them in a checked bag. abc7 news. a mattress store in texas has decided to close indefinitely after spoofing 9/11 in one of its ads. >> what better way than to remember 9/11 than with a twin tower sale. sale all day long. [yelling]. oh my gosh! we'll never forget. >> yikes. miracle mattress in san antonio faced an avalanche of backlash after advertising a twin towers sale. the owner said his daughter, the manager, made it without his knowledge. both apologized saying it was tasteless. ohio police posted a powerful picture on facebook. it shows a grandmother and her boyfriend overdosed on drugs,
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but still alive. her 4-year-old grandson is in the mini-van with them. we blurred out the picture for his protection of the the couple used fen tau nil and hair row -- fentanyl and heroin and they were charged with child endangerment. they hope it sends a message to drug users with children. tonight every major tv network stood up to cancer. you saw it here. this was the fifth year for the hour long stand up to cancer fundraiser. celebrities joined with joe biden who of course lost his son to cancer. celine dion closed the show with a song dedicated to her husband and brother who both died from cancer. the event has raised $370 million for cancer research in the past four years. it is time for a look at our weather forecast. let's check in with sandhya patel. >> we will warm it up first and then cool it down on sunday. and then get ready for some major changes.
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let me show you live doppler 7 and we'll talk about what is in store at this hour. we have the fog and it is pushing into the east bay and now push into the north bay. it is completely overcast. it is a murky view over the port of oakland. the temperatures are midto upper 50s and san francisco and oakland is still mild in san jose. a live look from the golden gate bridge camera and the fog is not an issue here. 61 in concord. a live look from our south beach camera and it is a beautiful view as we look toward at&t park. foggy areas in the morning and we are looking at spotty drizzle. temperatures are up tomorrow and down on sunday. sharply cooler weather for your monday and tuesday. here is a look at your activity planner. if you are hiking mild to warm conditions. don't expect much chop. if you are walking the dog good conditions. nice weather to take the dog out for a walk especially in the morning where we will start you off with a lot of fog along the bay and the
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coast. temperatures will begin on the cool side in the 50s. here is your hour by hour forecast. the green has spotty drizzle while you are sleeping. the gray skies will linger into about 10:00 in the morning. by the afternoon you are looking at the fog hanging tough near the beaches. everyone else is seeing the sunshine and the temperatures will respond. up to 92 in antioch. 90 in livermore and 70 in oakland and 80 in santa rosa. 82 san jose. 64 in san francisco. cloudy on the coast. 61 in half moon bay. mountain view art and wine festival taking place the next couple days if you are going. temperatures in the morning will begin in the upper 50s. the winds will be light and sunny and warmer. 77 on saturday. you need two things. your shades and your sunscreen. look at the temperature trend. a word of caution here. while san jose is running at average or just below it on sunday, really a big drop in those temperatures as we head into early next week. a good 10 degrees cooler than
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average for a tuesday and in some instances as much as 15 to 20 degrees cooler. here is a look at the cooling come and the breezy conditions on monday. you will notice the 70s only for our warmest inland valleys. these are the highs. tuesday 70s inland and 60s at the coast. then as we head to the latter part of the workweek next week things will be better. the 49ers against the rams at levi stadium is where you can catch it on monday night. 66 degrees and it will get breezy there. if you are going to watch the game keep that in mind. low 60 toss low 90s. cooling on sunday. mid80s inland and upper 50s at the beaches. drizzly on monday and tuesday morning. we are looking at upper 70s inland and upper 50s at the coastline. below average for this time of year. continues the pattern and thursday and friday we track warmer weather. the biggest thing to keep in mind is monday and tuesday drizzle could turn into more and maybe stronger winds and a
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possibility of a shower. keep track of that by downloading the news app. >> it is so many days away. >> we are getting an e
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check her out. a little girl became an on-line star after going creasesy for cot -- going crazy for cotton candy at a game. you can see the blue residue smeared all over her face. b a trix was at the mariners game when her dad bought the tasty treat. they had fun tweeting the video saying we're gonna need some more cotton candy. giants fans need more cotton candy to keep going. jay we need more than that. >> that girl may have the same reaction when she sees what hunter pence did.
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how about pence to the fence? would that be enough for a game that has taken many
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abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> good evening, everybody. giants' manager bruce bochy is loyal to the end, but even he has seen enough blown leads in the 9th. santiago casilla was demoded from the closer role, or so we thought. they would go by closer by committee, at least until derrick law comes back next week. giants in air airs in extras. in arizona in extras. mad bum facing kyle jenson. that's his first hit in the majors and it is a homerun off mad bum. get that souvenir. 4-1d-backs. angel pagan down the line. kristen sze's favorite giant
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right there. it is a 5-4 game. tied at five. hunter strickland gives up a hit pence to the fence. he makes the catch. bases loaded. the wild pitch. casilla is apparently the chairman of the committee of closers and in the bottom of the 10th bochy puts them in and jake lamb takes him out again. tied 6-6 and that's where we are right now in the 12th inning. a's and mariners are picking it up in the third inning. his first pitch and it is former giant, and sionara means goodbye. bottom of five and joey wendell who singles through the infield.
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the a's come up a run short. it is only week two in college football, but i believe there is a new candidate in the heisman race. he literally jumped into the picture tonight. this is the first place from scrimmage. great play action fake and fools the cameraman. lamar jackson to james quick who lives up to his name, 72 yards. jackson would throw for 411 yards, ran for 199 and highlighted by that leaping over the orange defender for the touchdown. lamar jackson accounted for five touchdowns total. louisville rolls 62-28. u.s. open semifinals and novak djokovic became so frustrated with his opponent that he started to rip his shirt off like the hulk. djokovic with great touch. the joker cross court and perfect placement to win the
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point. fonfils was so out of of whack that he stopped trying. like there on match point no effort on the return. djokovic advances to the finals. abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. the giants go on and on. >> all right. we're ready. (vo) shop all makes, models and colors in your neighborhood... all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... shift your thinking about buying your next one.
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thanks for watching. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. rate now on gym -- right now on jimmy kimmle, who do we have? >> eddie murphy. >> have to stay tuned. >> see you later.
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>> welcome to armed forces appreciation week. you've joined us for a very special show. lieutenant commander jason davenport of the navy reserves is about to face a question worth $250,000, and he is just three questions away from the million. can he do it? we're about to find out on "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody. i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready for a very special "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] we might meet a millionaire today. our returning contestant has been a part of the navy for almost 20 years. there's no one, no one i would rather give $1 million to. from las vegas, nevada, please welcome back lieutenant commander jason davenport. [cheers and applause] hey, buddy. >> thanks. >> welcome.
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>> thank you. [cheers and applause] back at it. >> coming in hot. >> [sighs] >> you're at $100,000. you're three away from that million. before we get into making that million-- >> let's do it. >> what does this money mean to you? >> well, first off, i'm engaged. just got engaged recently. >> congratulations. >> thank you. [cheers and applause] my--my-- [laughs] my beautiful fiancée's probably gonna want a better wedding now. more extravagant. >> that's her right back here behind tom. >> yes. >> i was wondering why she had such a big smile on her face with that $100,000. >> [laughs] it's for both of us-- >> that's great. >> and also my mom's been living with us for a while. her house was foreclosed on, so i can work and help her, get her back in a house. she's done so much for my twin brother and my younger brother for us growing up, so i'm, you know, really excited to be able to help her out now. >> yeah, i know you grew up in chicago. >> i did, yes. >> you didn't have much growing up in chicago. >> no, it was tough, so-- >> she made do and took care of the family. >> and now i'm here. >> that's awesome. that's awesome.
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[cheers and applause] let's face it. [applause] our military can't be appreciated enough. >> oh, thank you. >> and a "thank you" is not nearly enough, and-- although $1 million would help. that's a good a "thank you" as i can give you. >> that's a good start. let's go. >> [laughs] so, let me tell everybody where we are. $100,000. again, three questions away from that $1 million. [cheers and applause] no lifelines. >> no. >> but you've crossed that $50,000 threshold, so the very least you're walking out of here is $50,000. three questions, my friend. >> three. >> you ready? >> [exhales] now i am. let's do it. >> okay, let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ first question today


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