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live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> a stunning development at a treatment high school. this p.e. teacher is under arrest for sexual misconduct with a student this is her mug shot, 32-year-old cory audiat under arrest for unlawful sex acts with a minor. >> i am kristen sze. >> i am natasha zouves. >> the arrest was on thanksgiving day but detectives believe the teacher and student were communicating for some time. our reporter is at the treatment jail. matt? >> good morning, cory audiat bill out of jail last week but new there are new charges she is facing and a warrant is issued for her arrest. police say she could turn
herself in at the treatment jail today as the investigation continues. >> the sign of washington high school in treatment said pride," and shock after 32-year-old teacher, tech was arrested for sexual intercourse. >> i have never heard this happening. >> obviously this is a very unsettling, disturbing, emotional tip of -- type of situation. >> officials sent a letter to all parents at washington high school to know about arrest. cory audiat has been a p.e. school to know about arrest. with the district since 2008. >> our job this morning is to try to bring a sense of calmness and normalcy to the campus.
investigators say she star add relationship with a male student at going of the year and escalated into a sexual relationship by late spring and early summer. she was arrested on thanksgiving day on the two charges but the district attorney filed five more charges. it is a bruise we will take. we will get through it. it is isolated. we have amazing teachers and amazing school district. >> the victim is still a student at washington high school. the superintendent said that cory audiat is on unpaid leave right new and will never again teach at washington high school or in the district. look at this sketch, police say the man, exposed himself to a woman walking her dog at 11:20 in the morning yesterday near oregon expressway. the suspect stopped next to the victim and asked for directions
and she saw that he was exposing himself. if he looks forward call palo alto police. >> a manhunt was called off for a gunman believed to have shot four people in lake county this morning. officers took this man into custody. police say that he walked into a home in the indian colony in clear lake oaks and opened fire. a woman was killed. another man and a woman were injured along a with six-year-old boy. you can see where the colony is elected. he left the scene in a vehicle but the police arrested him a short time later. >> an update on the significant crash we had at 6:fry this morning, video from earlier today from sky 7. really nasty collision between the dump truck and the smaller s.u.v. it is a major fuel spill with five gallons into the bay.
so fish and wildlife add to come out causing significant delays on both sides of the dumbarton bridge, eastbound and westbound. the crash was on the eastbound side but some of the debris when to the westbound side. in the last give minutes the sig-alert was canceled. all lanes have preopened and i only have a delay on the westbound side clearing out shorely. at the worst it was an hour across the dumbarton bridge westbound. we down to continue -- 15 americans. >> governor brown appointed xavier becerra to be the first latino attorney general replacing outgoing attorney general kamala harris just elected to the u.s. senate. he is a stanford law school graduate, and served telephone terms -- telephone -- 12 terms n congress. governor brown has presented me with an opportunity i cannot refuse to serve as attorney general of my home state. >> developing news in the south
bay, both inmates would broke out of santa clara county jail are waking up in new cells this morning. rogelio chavezs with arrested in san jose before 9:00 last night after a dramatic stand off. laron campbell was taken into custody on tuesday. we were this as officers walked chavez out of a condo ending a 7 1/2-hour standoff. the sheriff deputies fired tear gas into the condo several times as chavez hid in the attic. >> karla fernandez was arrested. four inmates break out but the other two were arrested right away. >> oakland police have a message if you were caught on the nightmare on 580 yesterday. >> check your vehicle to see if you have been a victim of one of the runs hitting your vehicle. >> this message is in direct response to a shoot on the eastbound haynes near fruitvale.
they were shut down for hours as a result. a man and woman were hit in their car and last check were stable. >> the bart board is meeting to vote on a majorette tremendous fit project to keep transbay commuters safe in a massive earthquake. our reporter is in oakland. we are talking about an expensive project here. >> yes, they are talking about it right if you. it is a $287 million project. that is part of a bond that was voter approve add decade ago. what riders did not know, when and if the construction prosecute starts, it could impact the availability of trains. >> 220,000 people pass through the bart transbay tube each year. asking riders about safety in an earthquake they hope bart is doing everything possible to secure it. >> a it should be spent and made safe. i wouldn't want to be stuck down there without a way to get out. >> pretty important to me
because when the bart strike happened or the tube breaks down it is hard to get cross the bridge. >> officials get it. todays they discussed an upcoming roth that will secure it in a thousand year event. >> as in an earthquake so large it only happens every thousand years. the plan calls for installing metal plates in the tube, and improving the pumping system, crews would do the work overnight when trains are not running but want extra time so bart is talking about not opening until 5:00 am during the construction. >> we know 2 they coming from? what can we do to help if we don't on physical 5:00 a.m.? they talking about single tracking through the tube after 9:30 p.m. there is plenty of time to talk about there and to plan for it. this construction would not
start for a year and a half but when it starts it lasts for up to 2 1/2 years. >> only on abc7 news, keep human papilloma virus is -- keith papini is giving us a clear of what his wife went through with new details of what actually happened. >> keith papini is opening up about the 22 day captivity. i thought of her being there, screaming my name. >> and describing his wife's helter skelter release. >> she was bound. she had a metal, no, a chain around her waist, and her left hand was in the vehicle, chained to something to make sure she did not jump out of the car. she was chained when she was in a vehicle. they opened the door, and she doesn't know because she had a
bag over her head and cut something to free her restrength holding her in the vehicle, and then kind of pushed her out of the vehicle. she has at this point has in idea where she is at, and she ran to the freeway. >> motorists kept whizzing past. >> she screamed so much she was coughing up blood from the screaming trying to get someone to stop. and again, just anothe sign of how my wife is, so wonderful, she said, well, maybe people aren't stopping because i have a chain and it look like i broke out of prison so she tried to tough in the chain under her clothes but the big question, still remains: where was she held? what was the motive in and was she specifically targeted? or was this a random act? >> you can watch the full exclusive interview with keith
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>> a hostage situation in a jacksonville, florida, bank is over. 11 people in the bank were held at gunpoint for several hours. the gunman pointed the gun at the head of a hostage and the swat team stormed the bank. no hostages everyone hurt. >> right now, president-elect donald trump and vice president elect mike pence are in indianapolis. this is the carrier plant where the two worked out a deal to keep a thousand jobs there. nine months ago the air conditioning manufacturer said they plan to move all 2,000 of the jobs to mexico. we expect to hear from the incoming president on how they mced to keep the jobs in the united states. >> after indianapolis they will
kick off a thank you tour, first stop cincinnati. c.e.o. gave donald trump the upset win on election night, and he has visited the state 17 times since the end of may. had marks the first public event since election night. the president-elect plans to visit states he won and even some states he did not win. all the clock is running in wisconsin where the state recount has officially started. green party candidate jill stein raised enough money to make it happen. each county has 13 days to count their votes, nearly three million around the state. president-elect donald trump beat hillary clinton by 20,000 votes. former astronaut buzz aldrin is recovering in new zealand after being evacuated from the south pole for medical reasons. the 86-year-old was part after private tour group visiting the
south pole but his health deteriorate asked he razz plane to necessary. he has fluid in his lungs but responding well to antibicycles. he is stable and the manager say he is in good spirits. >> happening today, the anniversary of the most important acts of civil disoh bead ensure in history, in fact, the beginning of the entire civil rights movement. on this day in 1955 rosa parks, black seamstress refused to move to the back of the bus in people. martin luther king jr. organized a year-long boycott of the buses by blocks. the bus company changed its rules and rosa parks became an american icon. >> millions of women are sexually harassed in the workplace. the sector where women are most prone to unwanted encounters. all the way it got easier fore federal agents to remotely search your computer.
>> your forecast with meteorologist mike nicco. >> hope you grabbed the san this is the sunrise this morning. from our exploritorium camera at pier 15. it looks absolutely gorgeous. and inviting. the clear conditions. on live doppler hd, nothing to look at. other than the clearness from the golden gate bridge. today, seasonal temperatures.
you need the shades and recollect the eyes. tonight, it will be breezy. fought so chilly but in our most isolated valleys that do not get caught by the breezes. the weekend? the warmest this week and the coolest weather is coming our way next week. on the satellite, the tule fog in the central valley and white not moving on the mountain is the snow sticking up there and still making some. 51 in vallejo a cool spot and in los gatos 48 degrees. everyone else in the 50s. on our way to 56 at half moon bay. that is the cool spot. most of us are 58 to 59 and 60 at palo alto and san jose. look at this, a gorgeous view from emeryville. dress for sunshine and mid-to-upper 50s through 4:00, low 50s at 6:00. upper 40s mainly at 8:00. we are on the way to 30s in the sheltered valley and 40s
for the rest of us. we do not is a single chance of rain in the next seven days. the drought monitor did not change sin last week. we are still under the worst category in the eastern pat of contra costa county and alameda county. there are hints on saturday we could hit 70 in santa rosa and napa. cooler on sunday and the cold front moves in with highs only in the low-to-mid 50s and tuesday morning we could have lows in the 20s and 30s. maybe a hard free for the first time. >> a taste of december. about time. >> millions of women have been victimized by sexual assault or sexual harassment in the workplace. we brought together women from ten different industries finance, to hospitality to government to hair their searches. 60%cy they have experienced work police sexual hard v.a. >> this person used guilt tripping to try to get me to do sexual activity as compensation.
he would stare at me weird. i spent 25 years in the financial services industry, and there was inappropriate behavior that would happen on a trading floor. >> according to government statistics finance sector is the most prone to sexual harassment. the women said that a way to stop sexual harassment is for parents to tell their sons this behavior is not okay. >> federal agents can repetly search a -- can remotely search a network of hacked computers. before today they had to get a warrant in every district. it will help track down cyber criminals. some senators say it jeopardizes privacy rights. they were denied a vote by the republican leaders. >> would you like to hit in the giants' batting cage? >> yes! >> or have your picture taken
with olympic champions? >> yes. >> or meet famous athletes? attend holiday heroes at at&t park monday december 5. we are proud to again support this fundraiser, your ticket funds bay area programs for at-risk youth and sponsors them to attend this ultimate piment party with favorite athletes including oakland's offensive guard and 49ers offensive player and johnny mosely loves do bring his kids and we love to do the s'mores and stuff animals. i enjoy that the most. >> he enjoys stuffing the animals. he will receive an inspiration award which i had the honor to present. hope you will join us.
>> from abc7, breaking news. sources telling abc6 a suspect is now in custody in connection to yesterday's shooting death of a department of public works employee. officers arrested 26-year-old last night, booked into jail this morning. he is accused of fatally shooting 27-year-old germane jackson painting overgraffiti in san francisco's portrero hill neighborhood. we are working to gather more detail on the story. download the free abc7news.com app and enable push alerts. >> the holidays are about giving so a lot of people are donating this season but is that always good? what some charities are saying. and smaller washers and dryers are for smaller living spaces. >> at warriors game you get more
than just great basketball, they are handing out virtual reality headsets made from cardboard to every fan who goes to the game. we tried it out and this is way will see. >> i stuck my iphone up to the 11s and that is what you are looking at. when you look left, right, up-and-down, it shows everything. the warriors announce add long term partner with a consulting giant, and this is their first product. they want to hard about new ways to experience a game with the new i rain opens in mission bay in san francisco in 2019. it is just cool. >> during the shoot around you are in the middle of that. >> steph curry was in arm's distance. >> in all of
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