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they got men. this was sent by the sheriff's department last night the mug shots of boas escaped inmates "captured," over both faces. rogelio chavez was the latest arrested last night at 7 1/2-hour standoff at a condo in south san jose. our cameras were there as tear gas was fired into the condo more than once. why did it take so long to get him? sheriff smith explained. >> caution. we thought he was in the house. we wanted to make sure our deputies were safe and no one else was in the house. we took our time and knew we wanted everyone to be safe. >> deputies say rogelio chavez was under the influence of drugs and in possession of crack cocaine and marijuana. a woman was arrested as an accessory and the gun was found in the condo. this raid was less than 24 hours
after thes skipped inmate, campbell, was arrested in antioch at his sister's apartment. sherff said more arrests could come if they find anyone helped either of the men as they escaped from jail. >> if you have the news app you knew when the authorities took rogelio chavez into custody. to learn when news breaks, download the free app. >> oakland police are working extending shifts over a freeway shoot that crippled the commute. someone fired several shots at 580 hitting a man and a woman in their car yesterday. this is the scene, the shooter was likely in another car. the c.h.p. closed all eastbound 580 for more than an hour and a half. look at that bus stuck. the gridlock stretched nine miles to university avenue and
i-80. the message for anyone stuck: check your vehicle. check to see if you may have been a victim of one of the runs hitting director vehicle. >> last check, the man and woman who were shot were in stable condition. >> we are tracking breaking news from washington state. >> an all night stand off with a man who shot and killed an officer, finally ended. jessica is tracking the story. >> we have an image from takoma, washington, with the sheriff speaking to reporters. we will find out what exactly is happening. our abc station in the area said police shot and kill the 38-year-old suspect. also, moments ago two kids were removed safely from the home where the stand off was happening. they have been taken to the hospital to be checked. hospital to be checked. this happened intact -- in he was wanted for shooting a
police officer who was shot while responding to domestic violence. there was gunfire on the scene of the ongoing stand off but it has come to an end. police have not released the name of the fallen officer. we do know he was 45-year-old and a 17-year veteran of the force. when i get new details i will pass them. >> only on abc7, keith patch pan -- keith papini is sharing his story about his wife, sherri papini who was in captive for three week. >> keith sat down for an exclusive interview describing in graphic detail his wife's account of how she was last go. >> her left hand was in the vehicle chained to they opened her door, they cut something to free her restraint
that was holdinger in the vehicle and pushed her out. >> after two days of interviews with major crime detectives officials say 34-year-old sherri papini has revealed more on the suspects described as two hispanic women in a dark s.u.v. armed with a gun. the only clues of who allegedly snatched the mother of two while she was jogging in early november releasing her three weeks later 150 miles from home. >> suspect one, long curly hair, a thick accent and pierced suspect two, straight black hair, greying color. >> patch pan said both spoke spanish and concealed their faces and at times her head was covered. >> a police artists are working on a composite sketch. the sheriff said they do not is
a motive or know in she was specifically targeted but ask for the public's help with any information. >> and you watch the full exclusive interview with keith papini tomorrow at "20/20," at 10:00. allthe father of a concord said his daughter was raped after a football game at school. >> definitely raped. >> the girl is a student at a high school at november 18 playoff at de la school. a 15-year old was arrested. administrators sent notices to parents and are addressing the incident with students. >> i'm hurt because i did not believe or realize something like this could happen. how many girls are living this life? >> we have the full interview with the teen girl's father posted on abc7news.com.
>> the 49ers are scheduled to most with auditors in santa clara today to prove they are not using taxpayer dollars to pay for events at levi stadium. the city council gave the 49er as prepare of agreement letter give the team 30 days to town over financial documents to show who is paying for the events. the city council wants the team to prove they are not using taxpayer dollars. the city is threatening to take over the stadium if the team did not comply. documents have always been able for the city according to officials. >> bart's board is slated to discuss a budget shortfall for early next year including topics are quarter billion seismic retrofit for the transbay tube. bart's ridership numbered drop for the first time in six years. the agency gets almost 80% of the revenue from ticket fares and the meeting is at 9:00 at the mall in oakland. how do you feel about bart and
why is ridership down? share your message on social media #dearbart. we could use your comment right here. >> today is world aids date and we are wearing red in commemoration with events in the bay area and around the world. this is part of an effort to remember those whos pad -- passed on and celebrate victories like increased prevention. the san francisco foundation will present a check to a local aids organization and at noon a san ceremony to lost those who lost their lives. >> there is no more room to carve names who lost their hives. as the grove has the 25 anniversary the executive director is looking into new places to memorialize victims. according to the organization they want to build a sidewalk. one activist said her goal is to
make sure everyone is tested. >> absolutely. hopefully people today will. trump transition is going on the road, with a thank you tour in cincinnati, ohio, that gave him the win. he has visited ohio 17 times since may, and five times during the final move the campaign. the soon-to-be president is vesting the carrier plant in indianapolis where he is going to announce that jobs that would have again to mexico will remain in the up. >> authorities are increasing patrols after a pair of mountain siting one near hidden valley and police recommend people in the area check on their pets to make sure they are safe and one was reported in pacifica yesterday morning. officials say it ran away after being spotted. officers look for the cougar but could not find it. >> now your accweather forecast with meteorologist mike
nicco. >> the fog: the altamont pass alexis told us about that, at 12 and twine at american canyon and napa to airport road and kelly road, that will be an issue. temperatures are running chilly, upper 30s to low 40s inland east bay neighborhood, and highway 4 like antioch and pittsburg at 46. around the bay we have oakland, hayward, san carlos, and mountain view and san jose and northwest aat 45, and napa at 35. in san jose today we will start off at 45 at 8:00, at noon we are at 57, and we will hand out in the upper 50 with average high of 61. in the upper 50s to nearly 60 today, low-to-mid 60s tomorrow, mid-to-upper 60s friday interest saturday. how about that? we will talk about the cooling friend necessary.
alexis? >> we are quiet for the start of the commute. some construction could slow you down. westbound 37 the connection to northbound 101 as you head to novato it is closed for road work until 5:00 this morning. c.h.p. is helping with the traffic. we are quiet with no blocking she -- issues. we have meters lights flipped on at 5:30. >> the race against time and environment at sfo and the airport said a repair job on a crumbling seawall has to be done. now. >> recovering from devastate wildfires in tennessee and a pledge from dolly parton to the pledge from dolly parton to the people who have
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>> we want to provide a hand up to all the families that have lost everything in the fires and to recover we want to make sure that the dolly wood found provides $1,000 a month to all the families who lost their homes until they are back up on their feet. >> how great is dolly parton. the fires damaged 700 buildings and forced thousands out of the their homes. >> five people are dead and a dozen injured from severe weather and tornadoes crossbeam and tennessee with 13 twisters with winds up to 140 miles per hour uprooting trees and downing fire lines and damaging buildings stretching across several communities. trailer homes were ripped apart. >> colombia's civil aviation authority said the plane that crashed on monday with the brazilian soccer team on board ran out of gas. investigators say the plane was required to have at least 30 men of reserve fuel on top of the gas needed to arrive from origin to destination and 71 people
were killed, and only six survived. the people are now in stable. investigators are trying to figure out why the crew allowed to plane to take off without the necessary fuel. live desk update. >> we are seeing new video of the final moments for the brazilian team taken by a bolivian network, and as i fast forward you can see that the players from the brazilian team are on the plane, it was before they took off, and let me zoom back here as i play this you can see they are seated on the plane and this was the final moments for the team which was on their way to play in the south america cup. they were traveling to colombia from a small city in the south of brazil. they made a cinderella run and were about to play in the finals. >> so sad. san francisco poised to spend $1
million to fix what city officials cull "imminent threat," at sfo. lillian kim has the detailed on the rush to fix the problem. all the section of seawall is near the runways with a look at the erosion, so severe engineering consultants say the seawall is in critical condition likely to fail and allow flooding. a budget finance committee approved the emergency declaration the first step to fastrak. >> for the safety of everyone who is flying in and out of sfo this work absolutely should be done. >> san rafael listen based group has been hired to do the repairs that could start next month $1.5 million job done only from the water shore up the seawall. >> if the floods go on, we have
to work with the tides and only work during serb times of the day. we obviously will work closely with the control tower. >> airport officials will work on a land so inspends of the seaworld are done regularly. >> hopefully we not go anywhere through emergency declarations in the future that can be the into whatever routine maintenance practices they have to identify issues earlier. say the work is expected to take two or three months. >> nearly a year and a half after a deadly balcony collapse in berkeley, the general contractor is being called to have their license suspend or revoked. the contractor's state license board alleged that segue construction did not properly pressure treat or waterproof the materials used in the 15 days now to file a notice of defense. if they do not file this, the license is revoked. six people died when the balcony they were standing on gave way during a birthday party.
>> bow of defiance by the president of the california university system saying she will protect uc students from deportation. napolitano said the university will not cooperate to enforce tougherrer immigration laws and will take temperatures to protect undocumented students including refusing to release their reports without a warrant or subpoena. president-elect donald trump has said he would scrap the federal program that protects thousands of young immigrants. >> san francisco's board of supervise will make city college tuition free for a year for all residents. the board budget and finance committee voted unanimously to move the legislation forward to the full board. the $9 million appropriation would pay for the first year of tuition. the board is expected to vote on the plan on december 13 the last meeting of the career. >> today at sfo a survivor from the attack on pearl harbor is getting a warm send off before heading to hawaii.
united airlines is flying the known survivors to uss arizona to honolulu, 95-year-old from grass valley is one of the heroes. he put out flame on the ship and rescued other sailors. but the uss arizona sank and 1,777 crew members die. memorial events start tomorrow. >> i am getting goosebumps if you have never been to the uss arizona in honolulu it is a must see, a moving expense. >> i agree with that. so much we bought the all day ticket and spent all day there. it is amazing. >> it is great. >> we went through the us arizona. twice. >> you cannot soak it all on. they do not let you on very long. >> amying. >> in livermore, altamont pass as you descend into the valley there, quarter-mile visibility
so up toward vasco, be careful. from the east bay hills it is quiet outside. it will be sunny and seasonal. slightly breezy and not so chilly as this morning. a warm weekend followed by winter chill. here is a look at today's temperatures, 56 at half moon bay. we have 60s in cloverdale, santa rosa and napa and palo alto and san jose, the rest of us at 58 to 59. tonight you did see the temperatures all over the scare depending whether it is breezy. napa at 44, and 4 in fremont and livermore. >> smooth sailing, mid-60s on friday, saturday, cooler on sunday, but the temperatures drop off the shelf, low-to-mid 70s with 20s and 30s for lows. alexis? >> quiet so far. we have fog in some areas especially out of the central valley into the tri-valley but nothing here in walnut creek.
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>> the giants have released new renderings of the parking lot "a" that looks like a parking lot and here is what they hope it will turn into, the giants own the land and they want to add 1.4 million square feet of office and retail and 1,500 rental housing units. eight acres of park, as well, and integrity parking into the neighborhood and present it to the committees on monday. >> play ball. major league baseball and the players have reached a deal on a new five area collective bargaining agreement struck three hours before the old agreement was set to expire. under the new tell the league that wins the all-star game will no longer get field advantage in the world series, instead, it will go to the winner with the better regular season record. the new agreement bans smokeless tobacco for all new big leaguers, several cities already leaguers, several cities already are beening the use of smoke
>> in santa rosa the average wind is 38, and 41 on saturday. on monday we have a cold front flirting with the upper 20s on tuesday morning, but a quick rebound. we will look at the state today, we are looking quiet. everywhere. temperatures at 34 in lake tahoe amount few snow showers over by 10:00. mid-60s and sunshine in southern california. pretty baren across the sierra as far as sunny. there is a chance of snow showers on monday but that means a couple of inches. not a dumping. alexis? >> we are kauai tote kick it off. this is the south by at 880, inbound is filling in. we do not have any blocking. off to a great start. ace one is on final but the last couple of days at the website,
yo can see that in train are currently operating and they are aware. the automatic reporting is down. there are no delays. they said everything on time. we will look at the drive times in less than 10 minutes. >> to be honest, i wasn't so sure if we should do this story. >> really? >> here it goes. it will be the hottest ticket in town, no question on sale on monday, "hamilton," comes to san francisco march 14 through august 5. the reason why i don't want to do the story is i want tickets. on monday, it is only for american express cardholders. it will be available to everyone else a week later. of course, i don't think i need to tell you but hip hot adaptation of the life of alexander hamilton is an enormous hit on broadway with people waiting months and months to see the show and this is our shot. >> our shot. the first to receive "hamilton."
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