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can fire at vehicles. >> the commission takes a different view. leslie brinkley is live where this will take place next week. leslie? >> we're going to hear a lot about this. it will soon mean not allowing police officers to shoot according to the police commission. the san francisco police officer association fired back. >> it's a sunny autumn day. >> in this drama officers are not allowed to shoot. >> we're asking to allow to shoot during these
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circumstances. >> an sfpd sergeant shot and killed a suspect, jessica williams. police chief greg suhr resigned that day. the department of justice made 272 recommendations for reforms in san francisco pd, including a proposal to restrict officers from shooting at moving vehicles, no exceptions. >> it's been concluding that shooting at moving vehicles shouldn't be done. >> former police chief and current director of usf's criminal institute think officers need latitude to use deadly force. >> if using a vehicle as a weapon, officers have a responsibility to protect citizens. and to protect themselves.
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>> the commission will take up the proposal on wednesday. the video is slated to air a thousand times between thousand and then. the issue could end up in arbitration. in san francisco, i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. >> today is one year since police shot and killed mario woods. none of the officers has yet to face charges. you're going to hear from the district attorney about this and find out why, at 6:30, so stay with us. at 6:00 a murder suspect denies he shot and killed a victim this week. abc7 news was at the hall of justice today, but cameras weren't allowed inside of the courtroom he is charged with the murder of germaine jackson junior, he was shot to death while cleaning up graffiti. in court today, two inmates
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who escaped if santa clara jail. both have been caught along with two other men who also escaped. vic lee joins us live with a look at the future for these men. >> the two faced long prison terms, 30 dshgs 40 years, now, tack on an extra 15 months for a jail break. >> he appeared in court with a face tattoo fully visible. his capture appeared to show he applied makeup. the arraignment capped a manhunt for chavez and campbell. they escaped from county jail thanksgiving week, sawing through the window bars and repelling down bed sheets.
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campbell was arrested on tuesday. chavez, on wednesday in san jose. the prosecutor released details of the charges. >> extortion. armed robbery. kidnapping. false imprisonment and armed robbery. and car jacking. >> gadberg added the kidnapping victim was his former girl friend. >> he shot through a door to get at the victim, cowering under a bed. >> laron campbell escaped just before he was to be sentenced. >> mr. campbell is facing sentencing after being convicted of home invasions while armed. >> carla fernandez also appeared in court. >> when police tried
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that home, she lied to police, told them no one was present. >> that resulted in a seven-hour stand off and the s.w.a.t. team tearing up the ceiling, looking for chavez, who was hiding in the attic. all three have court dates next week. >> winds are calming down leading to a clear, chilly evening. you can see the wind gusting by lake tahoe tv. spencer, it's windy around the region. >> we have clear skies now. and toward embarcadero center, 39. 37 at sfo. 31 to 35 miles per hour gusts recorded in half moon bay and san jose. right now, calmer picture, it's breezy in napa. 17 miles per hour winds and gusty in fairfield.
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22 miles per hour. breezy conditions near the coast and that we'll see winds calming down a little bit. and lows in the upper 30s to around 40 inland and low to mid-40s near the bay. a nice warm up is coming our way. >> thank you, spencer. >> the thieves hit another apple store in the bay area, take a look at this video. in 11 seconds, people went into the store and grabbed iphones and tablets. employees stayed out of the way. this happened on black friday. and tuesday, happened again. a similar theft happened at the
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store in corde madera. >> three redwood city men have been arrested for homes in the bay area. investigators say the three may be responsible for other home burglaries on the peninsula. attorneys for san francisco were in federal court today defending the city against a lawsuit by the family of kate steinle, the woman killed on pier 14 but an undocumented immigrant. the wrongful death lawsuit says the city is responsible for the death because the sheriff released lopez-sanchez instead of handing him over to immigration for deportation. >> san francisco's sanctuary city law is not a safe harbor for felons or undocumented
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immigrants. >> they're trying to use our sanctuary city policy to try to suggest this won't have happened except for the policy, which is just not the case. >> the judge will decide if the case proceeds in two weeks. >> raiders fans are launching a blitz to win support for the coliseum land deal being put forth by the hall of famer ronnie lott. they've been urging members to back the plan. unlike most issues, a land deal like this requires approval from our out of five supervisors. >> today's two performances of cirque du soliel have been cancelled following the death of a staff member this week.
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he was hit in the head by an aerial lift before tuesday's show, it's unclear when they will resume. >> abc will air the full interview with keith papini, the husband of sheri papini, the redding woman abducted and held for three weeks before being released on thanksgiving day. >> what question did you ask that he couldn't answer? >> there are questions he won't abs and couldn't answer. regarding what sheri saw and details he had to keep quiet. the one that was most jarring is where were the burns? he talked about numerous burns on her body.
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bart riders are getting a message that is blatant. we tried to find out who behind these signs, next. how the south bay is planning to protect those who may be feeling post-elections fears the most. live at walnut creek, we're taking your consumer questions. come on by. we'll be here until 7:00. over 1,000,000 californians have gotten something that's been out of reach for far too long: health insurance. how? they enrolled through covered california. it's the health insurance marketplace where you'll find a range of plans from leading health insurance companies that offer you the best combination of quality, rates, and benefits. and, through covered california, you may get financial help to pay for coverage. to have health insurance starting january 1st, you need to enroll by december 15th. visit covereca.com today. ♪ ♪
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unauthorized posters that looked official. laura anthony is live with the story. laura? >> these posters were few and gone quickly, they made rounds on social media almost immediately. it's called gorilla art. it's caught the eye of some riders on the richmond millbrae and bart line. sign was a clear message. attention, racism, sexism, islam phobia, homophobia are prohibited in the bart system at all times. get your blank together. >> i don't know about the last part. >> we showed it to some riders via smart phone. this rider liked the message. >> something like that feels like a good, positive, strong answer. this is not acceptable. >> i think a lot of people are just being more opinionated about how they feel.
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>> this is an interesting one. >> a bart spokesperson told us the signs were being removed, quote, however, my department is working on a campaign that we can deploy about how threats will not be tolerated and we're a community of riders and celebrate diversity. >> how you treat people is the way people are going to treat you. if you disrespect a person, a person is going to disrespect you. treat everybody equally. >> and have a smile. >> the person or group responsible as yet to come forward. in walnut creek, abc7 news. >> the election is not over for a san francisco agency this, is a letter sent to supporters today. it warns mayor ed lee is considering not funding tree maintenance despite the passing of proposition
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>> people are who tree. >> bernie sanders brought his book tour to a sellout speaking of president-elect donald trump today, sanders is he will not make compromises on bigotry and democracy. >> michael finney wants to hear your questions and he's live tonight.
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>> what is your name? >> audrey. >> how old are you? >> 10. >> where do you go to school? >> walt disney. >> what is your question? >> how long do i have to return a present you don't want? >> the state of california says seven days unless the store says we're not abiding by that. but they have to tell you before. one exception, the holiday season. i hope you have until the end of january. >> thank you. >> if you have questions or concerns, please come out and talk to me.
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we've got the 7 on your side pop up here. and have coupons left for free boudine bread. >> rare 6:00 free stuff. awesome. >> thank you. >> tonight's event ends at 7:00 p.m. you can ask questions just post them with #askfinney. a 14-year-old with a rare medical condition is about to leave for the mayo clinic. tomorrow, you can join her for pancakes. >> we're doing a pancake breakfast with santa and looking for donations to help fund the trip. it's hard on my family. >> she's been battling rare
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diseases since she was just days old. the breakfast starts at 7:00. if you can't make it, but can help, you can go to a gofundme page we've linked to our website. >> we have interesting he changes. we have clear skies now, and it's windy today in many locations. now, winds are calm, skies are clear. so moving on, there is the moon over san francisco. there is a beautiful evening. 53 in mountain view. san jose, 56. 49 at gilroy and 54 at half moon
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bay. this is a view from emeryville. it's 59 in napa. 54 in novato. and one more live view from our sutro camera. now, the camera seems to be stable. mild days and a chance of rain friday. first, let's take a look at conditions tonight. if you're out of the town, clear skies and cool conditions, temperatures mid-50s until 8:00 p.m. and low 50s approaching 10:00 p.m. tomorrow if you're just getting out, here is your day planner,
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tomorrow, chilly and temperatures mid to upper 60s and after sunset, temperatures drop again. mild, states, chilling about two thirds of the continental u.s. that will include the bay area tuesday. highs in the low to mid-50s and wednesday, highs in the low to mid-50s and things remaining steady. mild weekend that will be gone next week. tuesday morning, and wednesday morning look for temperatures
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dropping to near the freezing mark and there is a chance of rain. >> well, we saw not just tourists visiting one of the bay area's most-popular spots today. >> what brought
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. stars of "full house" immortalized in cement at the san francisco homemade famous by the 90s tv sitcom. >> the store's owner is the new owner. >> the tanners are home and the fans loved it. i asked, would you pay $4 million for a home so identified with a tv series i'll tell you. neighbors don't like. >> it who says tanners don't live at 1709 broderick street? jeff franklin is part owner and he brought the cast here. >> they connect with this house.
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and i understand 500 by here the creator of the series now owns the home. this is what infuriates neighbors. the double parking and disregard for the people who live on that street. it's bad on weekends. >> not pleasant to live here with this going on. it's an attractive nuisance. it's going to get worse. >> franklin took a picture of himself sitting on the steps and posted he was in the market for a home. that was after the show's revival on netflix. now, more tourists drop by. >> we walked two miles, exercise, then childhood memories. regular friday.
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>> with people like that, neighbors are saying have mercy on us all. >> are you going to bake a cake? >> cup of sugar? >> yes. >> in san francisco, abc7 news. >> getting dinner ready could look different than usual if a local inventor succeeds. >> a sneak peek at the home version of a tool usually found in high end restaurants. >> the international incident donald trump sparked with a phone call from tie waun. >> how mario woods' mother is
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it's the health insurance marketplace where you'll find a range of plans from leading health insurance companies that offer you the best combination of quality, rates, and benefits. and, through covered california, you may get financial help to pay for coverage. to have health insurance starting january 1st, you need to enroll by december 15th. visit covereca.com today. . >> a woman screams, followed by gunshots that ended the live of mario woods one year ago today. woods was stabbed after he reportedly stabbed a stranger in the arm. >> an autopsy found he was shot
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20 times and had drugs in his system, including meth and marijuana no officers have been charged in this case. >> one year ago today, mario wo woods' shooting death was captured on cell phone video. >> i don't think a grieving mother should have to beg for justice. i just don't. >> san francisco police shot woods 20 times. he was armed with a knife. police said he refused to drop the knife. >> the knife wasn't a threat to the officers and many ways, not, jump started the current reform movement in the city.
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>> the death is being investigated and no officers have been charged. protestors want the d.a. to take action. >> we're here to say you have to charge the murder. the d.a. says once in place, the goal by the end of 2017 is for officer involved shooting investigations to take between 90 and 180 days to complete. >> we need to the district attorney to say that. >> woods agreed it's a step towards healing. >> sends a message that our childrens' lives matter. they matter. >> it's been a year that 14
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people died after 14 mile ride to honor the victims, a memorial was held in front of the occurred. >> i want to take this moment to applaud strength, commitment and conviction of the dedicated staff to pick up the pieces and move forward into a new day. >> the two shooters died in a shootout and investigators say the holiday party may have been what motivated the
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the president-elect had a call from tie waun, and washington has pursued the so called one china policy since 1979 when it shifted recognition from taipei to beijing. today, he deliberates on filling his cabinet. >> we have a great cabinet. it's coming and wait until you see what we have next week. >> hillary clinton's popular vote lead topped 2.5 million. here in the bay area, president-elect's trump's campaign talk of building a wall is scaring residents in silicon
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valley. >> they should be aware to use that information. >> my husband sometimes has six jobs to pay rent. >> san jess yeah officials say undocumented residents will be treated the same and there are no plans to round people up. >> tonight on "shark tank" a bay area couple says they have the hottest new way to cook food at home. >> we're having a beef chili with bacon and cheddar. >> if you want good food, it helps to work here. a company making a gadget for cooking.
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>> sometimes, they're urging founders to move overseas. now, they're building it here in san francisco. >> we can stop parts of our line if it's not working. we don't end up with a lot of scrap. >> with recipes like these, they don't end up with leftovers, either. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> shark tank airs at 9:00. >> michael finney is in walnut creek tonight answering questions. your questions, really. >> how is it going? >> we're having a great time here. we've got a lot going on. we're having a ton of people coming by. they're asking us their questions and concerns we have the seven on your side pop up here, what is fun is that we have
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hi, michael. we're having a great time here. and what is your question? >> what are the best saving accounts? what is the best saving account option for a kid? >> for going to college? it's good you're thinking about it. the best thing you can do is set up a 529k. have you heard rather than toys say if you dump
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money. this is a best way to save money that grows tax free. do you know what they say? the average? >> no. >> $500 per month. >> it's impossible. >> right. >> so concerns i'm going to get the numbers for you. >> that is amazing. >> you can ask questions on social media just post them with #askfinney. >> local girls are training to run and learning more. next hear from a ♪ life... is unpredictable.
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a youth development program called girls on the run.
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>> most days it's day why t-- chaotic, but it sure is fun. "girls on the run" meets with a goal of running a 5 k. ruby is one of 2500 that participates. >> i love running. so it makes me happy. and i can just run. >> she'll tell you it's not all about running. >> you make new friends and learn about this cool >> it's about inner beauty, and self confidence. there is a game that ties it
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together. >> in this lesson, it was a trust circle with lots of giggles. and girls on the run celebrates it's 20th anniversary this year. it's part of the reason her parents support the program. >> she can run with her friends and discuss issues with them. >> it's awesome to have this activity together. >> i'm one of four volunteer coaches at the school and there are 2,000 available. >> when i started i felt it would be really long but after, until it came, i realized it was short because i had fun.
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>> in san francisco, coach jessica, abc7 news. >> how cute is that? >> girls on the run provides shoes to those in need. to register to run, find this story on our website abc7news.com. >> the skaters were out. some highly skilled and others just trying to hang on. >> i don't see ice-covered surfaces in the forecast. here we have clear skies now. it's going to be chilly under these clear
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we'll see mid-60s around the bay and low 60s on the coast. and sunday will be a nice day for football. raiders take on temperatures drop monday and tuesday and lows will be near freezing and highs into low to mid-50s. and there is a next
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word on twitter last night. marked. and green was being fouled by james harden. his foot just grazed harden's face. if he was in the u.s. these kicks would be awesome. refs are on the lookout for it. >> they have a replay center and three officials out there. they've got a league office that ain't my job to assess >> charles barkley continued his
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crusade against the warriors and today, steve >> i feel like if the team walked in front of his house he just should yell "get off my lawn". >> it's an act, okay? among people who like chip kelly is the ducks keeping the same staff. >> to come back here, some of
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the people would be saved, quote, and part of a stretch. needs to safe par. there is a fist pump. >> lebron james had to pay off his world series bet. he bet his buddy on the series and you should have seen when
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they walked through a mob of came cameras and reporters. everybody wanted to get that shot in full cubs regalia. >> that is funny. >> thank you. >> join us tonight at 9:00 coming up, results from two states on where the vote stands at >> coming up at 8:00 it's last man standing followed by dr. ken and shark tank and 2020 10:00. >> finally tonight, a few thoughts about what really matters. if you're like a lot of people you're feeling behind on
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christmas shopping. next few weeks can be fun and frantic. stores are packed. and all of the pushing and shoving. i hope i don't hurt anyone. kidding. we agreed to try it differently. a stripped down and less commercialized christmas. the money normally spent on each other will be spent on donations instead. we got some idea from something called the white energy project. we'll see if we can pull it off. it's not easy to request expectations and the pull of the crazy commercialism that permeates this time of the year. what really matters in this season is to give not only to loved ones, but to those who truly need it the most.
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i love to hear from you. let me know what you think. follow me on twitter and facebook. dan ashley, abc 7. >> that is going to do it for this edition of abc7 news. thanks for joining us. i'm ama daetz. >> i'm dan ashley. we appreciate your time as always, have a great night. >> we want to say bye to finney. and fine folks that helped make it happen.
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this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are -- an editor from vermilion, ohio... an engineer from hermosa beach, california... and our returning champion, an attorney from san francisco, california... ...whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ applause ] thank you, johnny. hey, guys. [ cheering ] yesterday was kind of a strange game, wasn't it? tough material. our champion asim spent half the game in the red,
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but came through at the end to win it. so he's the defending champ today against ryan and tim. i'll wish all three of you good luck and direct your attention to the board, where we will now reveal these categories for you... yes, that famous classical work. and finally, we want you to... the letter y in quotation marks. champ, go. let's go with break-ups for $200. tim. -who are sonny and cher? -yes. "y"'s up for $200. it's the word usually seen on the sign here. tim. -what is yield? -correct. "y"'s up for $400.

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