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a mother of two found safe after a heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing coughing breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care.
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it's life care. live, where you live, this is "abc7 news." >> sherri papini has been located, and has been reunited with her husband and family on this day of thanksgiving. >> after weeks of agony, a breakthrough today in the case of a missing mother discovered safe after a mysterious abduction. good evening, and happy thanksgiving. thanks for joining us. sherri papini vanished in redding and was discovered about 140 miles away just before dawn. investigators are now focused on how she got there and what led to her abduction. after missing for 22 days, this northern california wife and mother of two, sherri papini, turned up alive thursday
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morning. it was along interstate 5 north o woodland in yellow county, about 100 miles away from where she disappeared. >> she was released by her captor on a rural road. she was bound with restraints but was able to summon help from a passing motorist. >> reporter: papini was found safe but suffered injuries. police say she was take on the a hospital to be treated, and she has been reunited with her husband, keith. >> you never think you would be in a position like this. i would never wish this feeling upon anybody. >> that was 32-year-old keith papini, more than a week after his wife went missing. police say he was at work november 2 when sherri papini went for a jog on this rural road, a mile from their home. and she wasn't seen again. when she didn't pick up their children from daycare, keith reported her missing, and used the find my phone app to locate her cell phone. it was found on the side of the
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street. the headphones still attached, entangled with strands of hair. it kicked off a search and investigation to find sherri papini. now -- > the investigation is far from over. in fact, it's only begun a new chapter. we're confident with the public's help, we'll make an arrest on this case. >> police say they are looking for a dark suv with two hispanic females armed with a hand gun. they did not reveal a motive and say the public should remain cautious until a suspect is identified. we have new details tonight. "abc7 news" has learned a south san francisco police officer hit in the head with a skateboard is in critical condition in the hospital. the attack happened inside a star bucks in south city. a man was acting erratically. the officer who was hurt happened to be in the area and stopped to talk with the suspect who began to run. the suspect then turned and someone his skateboard.
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>> i heard like he struck the policeman right on the right side, and he just fell down. >> he was hit in the head hard. "abc7 news" has learned the officer has suffered a traumatic train injury. the suspect was caught on linden avenue. the sacramento county sheriff's is investigating a fatal officer shooting that took place around 2:00 this afternoon. a man in his late teens called police from inside the store saying he was mad at cops and they found him in a aisle holding a gun and he then stabbed himself in the neck. law enforcement in the south bay are spend thing thanksgiving night searching for two jail inmates part of a group who made a daring escape last night. two have been caught but these two are still at large. we're joined now from san jose
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with the latest on the search. sergio? >> reporter: cheryl, it was around this time last night when there were four inmates who made their way out of a second story jail cell inside the older building here at the santa clara county jailhouse. two of those men are still on the run. just like a prison break movies, deputies found blankets tied together and bent bars where the inmates pried their way out. it's now been 24 hours since they made their break. >> we're looking at any tips or information coming in. we're just tracking them down just like old fashion police work, tracking every single thing down. >> reporter: inside the jail, you can see the pried open window with a bed sheet tied to the side and one of the jail bars hacked off. >> we're still actively searching for what may have cut
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those bars, but nothing was recovered. >> reporter: four men escaped just after 11:00 p.m. wednesday night. a deputy spotted two of them and immediately took them back into custody. deputies and police from local agencies used dogs to track the other two and swept through the neighborhood. this is the latest of what's been a bad year for this jail facility. in february, deputies were accused of using excessive force in the beating death of a mentally ill inmate. this escape happened in a blind spot spore the aging jail facility. >> in that particular area, there are no kamras. >> reporter: deputies say they should be considered dangerous, so anyone who spots them should call 911 immediately. a scary situation at a beach where a 40-year-old man and his
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17-year-old daughter, but they are okay tonight after a lifeguard pulled them from pounding waves in jenner. the national weather service had just issued a beach hazard for 12 to 15-foot swells. the 15-year-old boy was caught in the waves. his dad and sister went in after him, but the boy was able to get out on his own. the holiday shopping season is under way, and it's not even technically black friday. sales started today at big box retailers. our reporter joins us from union square with more. lisa? >> reporter: you know, shoppers pretty much ate and then hit the stores. some of the stores will be open non-stop for the next 24 hour and the macy's behind me will stay open until 2:00 a.m. this was the mad dash into macy's union square once the doors opened at 5:00 today. and this was the frenzy to start shopping at target tonight. the line just to get in was
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long. for some, it's a thanksgiving day tradition. >> we wait in the lines until they allow us to go in. >> reporter: for others, it was something new to try. >> we never usually do it. we just -- it's just out of the ordinary that we just came and did it. >> reporter: do you want it to be a tradition for your family? >> no. >> reporter: but it is hard to beat the black friday deals. sales are everywhere. >> people love to shop. we're driven by products and everybody wants to get in early. >> it's $150 off the ipad pro, and $125 off the ipad. >> reporter: discounted apple products are at the top of a lot of shopping lists. then there are those who aren't afraid to admit they black friday store hop. >> i just left macy's. i'm probably going to go to best
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buy and wherever else. >> reporter: whether shopping or strolling, it's all part of the holiday spirit. in san francisco, "abc7 news." >> all right. so what can black friday shoppers expect heading out early tomorrow for the deals? meteorologist sandhya patel is here with a quick look at the accuweather forecast. or the shop-u-weather forecast. >> i love it. we're tracking some changes, rain up in northern california, clouds over the bay area. so when shoppers hit the malls, right now at 11:00, it's crisp. temperatures in the 40s. 3:00 a.m. chilly. even at 7:00 a.m., 30s, 40s. here's a wider picture. this storm looks impressive. i'll have the hour by hour forecast how it will play into your holiday plans coming up. we have a full list of black friday and cyber monday shopping resources on our website. for information on deals and
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store hours, go to there is much more ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00. >> what can i say? my dad was the best person in the world. >> tears of grief become tears of joy for an east bay family devastated by a house fire. the precious family memento bringing some relief. delivering an atmosphere of charity. the volunteers giving back this thanksgiving day. plus, a special holiday for sck children and their families made courtesy of a vital area of resource. but first, here's a look at what's coming up live on jimmy kimmel. >> it's time to let the healing begin. are people already bothering you for tickets for the show? >> they are. >> that's crazy. >> i have 16
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on this thanksgiving, a family spent the holiday going through what was left of their home, devastated by fire yesterday. most of the items were destroyed but some survived and they are the most meaningful ones. wayne freedman has the story. >> reporter: cracked cell phone video of a fire yesterday, in taking this, debbie could not believe her eyes. a fire so hot that it spread to the house next door. >> right here. >> reporter: and then burnt paint off the side of that house. and all from a lithium battery charging her grandson's toy electric car. >> it was almost like the fourth of july. >> reporter: cathy told us the batteries were ordered online and are now buried beneath a
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pile of rubble. >> it's in there somewhere on the bottom. it's probably totally disintegrated. >> reporter: so is pretty much everything else she knows. >> it tunnelled down the hall like on the movies, like "inferno." >> reporter: of all the damage in this house, all the furniture, all the clothing, all the memories, there was one in particular that concerned cathy the most. >> it's my dad. >> reporter: a last picture of him on the wall apparently burned beyond redemption. one memory gone in the hall closet, another, his uniform. >> here it is. >> reporter: he served in world war ii and died in 1983. >> this is the jacket. this is the jacket he's wearing in the photo. >> reporter: it's something any way, but wasn't enough. as the morning wore on, she had to know the truth about her other most prized possession. it did not look good.
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until it did. >> it's still there. it's my dad. >> reporter: tears of grief, a father to hold after all. tragedy and now a small triumph on the most conflicted of thanksgivings. wayne freedman, "abc7 news." a lot of the less fortunate will have full stomachs tonight, thanks to people throughout the bay area. in san francisco, the st. anthony's foundation fed thousands of people in the dining hall. people who feel excluded in many ways got a chance to feel included with a hot dinner turker and all the trimmings in an atmosphere of respect and charity. and a special thanksgiving for kids and their families staying at the ronald mcdonald house in stanford. "abc7 news" was there for the lunch. >> it's a blessing to be able to be a part of what's going on
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here, and to let people know that they're not alone for the holidays. >> the ronald mcdonald house allows parents to stay with their seriously ill children while the kids get medical treatment and the stay at the house is little to no cost. the families say they're so grateful for the meal, but there's no place like home, of course. a sexual revolution is happening again in san francisco, and it's all because of a little pill. this pill is being called a game changer. so why are sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in the bay area. tomorrow night at 11:00, we show you the ups and downs of the new sexual revolution. i'm not even going to touch that one. meteorologist sandhya patel is here. >> we have all kinds of good weather going on, cheryl. as far as today, happy thanksgiving to you and everyone out there. turned out to be a beautiful day.
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and i want to show you a time lapse of our sunset from our east bay hills camera. isn't that gorgeous? just a few high clouds coming through, and the clouds will be increasing as we head into tomorrow. over the weekend, we do have a couple of storms coming in. brief, heavy rain, breezy, and a sharp drop in temperatures. there is a possibility, believe it or not, dusting of snow over some of the highest peaks. live doppler 7 hd showing you the cloud cover and tracking moisture to the north. those temperatures, they're falling, so all of you heading out to go shop soon, bundle up. 50 in san francisco. low to mid forts from oakland to gilroy. fog is not a concern, but the chill is. low 40s, santa rosa, napa. turn up the heat, 42 in livermore. our camera here showing you a
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nice, festive view. a cooler pattern for the weekend, with one more system next week. tomorrow morning, upper thirties to upper 40s. so it is going to be chilly. but not the low 30s we saw this morning. you can thank the cloud cover for keeping us mild. tomorrow morning, mid 50s to low 60s. the beach hazard statement we had up earlier today is extended to 6:00 tomorrow night. just be careful if you're going to be at the beaches. we have a one on the storm impact scale friday night. about a third of an inch to an inch of rain. it will be breezy along the coastline. the winds, 25 to 30 miles per hour. out of the south, in continues at 8:00 a.m. near the coastline and the winds ease up. the rain comes in, hour by hour
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forecast. 7:00 a.m. tomorrow, maybe a few sprinkles in the north bay. i wouldn't be too concerned. the rain really moves in around 11:00 friday night. it gets heavy at times, yellows and oranges, showing you the moderate to heavy rain. 5:00 a.m., still there. 8:00 a.m., widespread rain. at noon, turns to showers. the showers will continue before that next system comes in qickly. so back-to-back storms. the rainfall totals, they're adding up, about a third of an inch to an inch of rain by saturday afternoon. that's just the first system. second storm, saturday night a cold and light system. one on our impact stale. snow level down to 4,000 feet. could be seeing snow of the highest peaks. moderate rain saturday night into sunday morning. winding down by sunday afternoon. if you have any plans traveling back, keep that in mind. in the sierra, this will turn to snow. up to a foot and a half at kirkwood. download the "abc7 news" app to
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track the storms. friday night into saturday, we have a one. wet and breezy. another one on sunday and a quick-moving system. monday morning with a chance of showers, cheryl. that could cause some travel issues. >> thank you, sandhya. coming up, a wanted fugitive tests the
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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yes. find your voice and then dispose of it. it's more than cash back. it's backed by the service and security of american express. a determined police officer in western australia did not let a river stop him from catching a wanted suspect. video shows the officer jumping in the water and swimming after the 26-year-old fugitive. the suspect had a warrant out for him. the officer grabbed the suspect in the water, dragged him to shore and that's where the man was taken into custody. he wanted to get his man. >> great athlete there. >> i know. speaking of athletes.
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>> talking about plenty of them in the nfl today. andrew luck was just a spectator
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keeping the power lines clear,my job to protect public safety, while also protecting the environment. the natural world is a beautiful thing, the work that we do helps us protect it. public education is definitely a big part of our job, to teach our customers about the best type of trees to plant around the power lines. we want to keep the power on for our customers. we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california.
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luck would not be on their side. the colts taking on the steelers, without quarterback andrew luck. luck out with a concussion. the colts had no answer for big ben and antonio brown. they hit the trifecta with not one, not two, but three touchdown passes. brown with five grabs for 91 yards and three scores. the steelers win 28-7. cowboys and washington. washington trailed 17-3 at one
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point, but they come fighting back. curt cousins to desean jackson. 67 yards for the score. he had 118 yards receiving and four catches. but two much of this guy, ezekiel elliott, with two touchdowns. the cowboys win 31-26. >> 3rd and 7. they back off the blitz. it's intercepted! it is picked off by darius slay. >> he picks off sam bradford, about 30 ticks left in the fourth. the lions and vikings. detroit wins 16-13. the lions in first place in the nfc north. mission in lincoln, not waiting for friday night lights to decide the high school championship. third quarter, josh brusard is on a mission. he takes the rock and rolls 32 yards for the touchdown.
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in the fourth, mission deep in their own territory. it's the tip drill, the interception by jackson walker, and that would lead to a touchdown. lincoln wins it 22-12. a turkey leg won't do it in this one. the lincoln lions taking on san jose. lincoln setting the tone early. flying the friendly skies, it's 37-yard touchdown pass. lincoln owns this rivalry. the lions make it 19 straight in the big bone game. 41-13 is the final. college hoops. santa cla brown led all scorers with 25 points. three here to butt the broncos down one, but they could get no closer. arizona wins it 69-61. the broncos are now 3-3 on the season. in orlando, stanford taking on miami. both teams came in undefeated.
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who says the bank isn't open on holidays? travis cashes in off the glass. he had 11 points and 10 reboun s s for the cardinal. going up and coming down, he had 20 points. stanford suffers its first loss of the season. miami wins it 67-53. this abc sports report brought to you by river rock casino. >> that was a tough loss for stanford. >> certainly was. but the season is early. >> nice to have you with us. >> nice to be here. thank ♪ ♪ lend him a helping hand. ♪ put a little love in your heart. ♪
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thanks for joiningus. i'm cheryl jennings. jimmy kimmel is next. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- lin-manuel miranda. from "dr. ken," ken jeong and albert tsai. plus music from banks. and now, stay put -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. welcome. thank you. very nice, thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. thank you really for everything. for those of you who served in our armed forces, happy veterans


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