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less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. live breaking news. >> a student arrested, another deta detaped after eight were killed this morning in the latest american school mass shooting in texas as school was about to start for the day. thanks for joining us. i'm kristen sze. we'll have an abc news special report. it's in santa fe 35 miles southeast of houston in santa fe high school. this is what we know at this time. the attacker was armed with an ar-15 style rifle, a pistol, a shotgun, and pipe bombs. officials say there were explosive devices found offcampus. meantime, santa fe high school and others nearby remain on
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lockdown as students come to grips with the horror of this morning. abc news reporter has the latest. >> reporter: the gunfire started as the school day began, a student said she saw someone with a gun in her art class. >> there was someone that walked in with a shotgun and started shooting. >> reporter: teachers told students to run as police converged on the scene. ambulances and life flight helicopters arrived too. >> a girl with a bandage on the kneecap. she was shot in the knee. >> reporter: there's multiple fatalities r a fatalities, students moved to the gym to reunite with parents. >> called, mom, there's shots. i immediately turned around, said, i'm coming, and i stayed with her on the phone the whole time to stay calm and quiet. and until the police let her out. >> reporter: president trump addressed the shooting at the white house. >> we grieve for the terrible loss of life and send our support and love to everyone
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affected by this absolutely horrific attack to the students, families, teachers, and personnel at santa fe high. >> reporter: most of the dead were students, so is the shooter who is now in police custody. police found explosives in the building and in adjacent areas. >> i shouldn't be going through this at my school. this is my daily life. i shouldn't have to feel like that, and i feel scared to even go back. >> reporter: abc news, new york. >> this is now the deadliest school shooting since parkland, florida. 17 people died in majorie stoneman douglas high school february 14th. cruz was charged with 17 counts of murder and 17 accounts of attempted murder. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. the abc news 7 news app sent out a push alert when word broke of the shooter this morning in
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texas. stay on top of breaking news updates as they happen. download the abc 7 news app for free and enable push alerts. as part of abc 7's take action campaign, we have a list of local resources for you on school safety. you can find find your ally and connect with local lawmakers at abc7news.com/takeaction. now to developing news. gunfire in santa cr uuz this morning. a sheriff's deputy injured somehow and a suspect shot. abc 7 news reporter is live at the ocean street extension, matt keller? >> reporter: kristen, the road is closed for the investigation more than 8 hours after the shooting took place. they are still interviewing a witness, deputies, and looking at body camera footage. this is the crime scene in santa cruz before the paradise park gate. a lot of evidence from a violent
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morning. shots shattered a window and a passenger side door bent the wrong way. >> we had santa cruzpd, chp, fire department, our deputies, everyone heard the call and started to respond. >> reporter: two deputies were patrolling the area and encountered a man and woman, a confrontation took place, and at least one of the two deputies fired, hitting one. no shots fired by the suspects, but a deputy was injured. >> the deputy was treated in hospital and has since been, i believe, released. the suspect in the shooting is currently out of hospital. >> reporter: the sheriff's department is expected to hold a press conference at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon expecting more details on what happened here early this morning. reporting live in santa cruz, abc 7 news. >> thank you. the driver charged in a deadly accident on interstate 880 is expected to enter a plea. highway patrol investigators
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believe dan tran was high on marijuana, driving recklessly hitting a cadillac escalade in freemont. it killed a mother and her boyfriend's two daughters. five others injured, and one, a child, remains in hospital. developing news, freemont police have a brash of gold chain robberies targeting women of east inian decent. this woman is getting robbed there, filling up the gas tank on may 6th. investigators say there's been a 50% jump in the number of gold chain snatchings this year and six incidents this month alone. investigators believe this man may have committed two of the robberies preying on mothers picking up their children from paterson elementary schools. the highly an tticipated kylie jenner makeup shop has opened in san francisco, but
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she's not shown up yet, making fans who waited for days nervous as they shop. amy hollyfield has more. >> reporter: there's a little bit disappointment out here. the people slept on the sidewalk hoping to see kylie. she's not here yet. they are going in the store 50 people at a time for 30 minutes to shop. if you have ever wondered about the popularity of the kardashians in the bay area, wonder no more. this is the line. look at the crowd across the street hoping to catch a glimpse of her. again, she's not here yet. they are willing to wait and do a lot for this reality star. we've seen lines before for "star wars" and iphone releases, but this is for makeup and some clothing sold by a member of the kardashian family, kylie. >> i love her because she's beautiful and made something out of nothing, trying to come out of the spotlight from her sisters. >> reporter: this popup store is in san francisco, and some drove all night from as far as anaheim
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to be here. >> just drove out here last night. left at 9:00 p.m. and got here at 3:00. >> the line started forming days ago. >> i got here wednesday at 9:00 in the morning. >> reporter: the 20-year-old is the youngest daughter of chris and kaitlyn. fans waiting to spend a a lot of money on her products before stepping foot in the store. >> i plan on $500 or $6 h00 on clothing, shirts, makeup. >> reporter: the line battered with cold wind and drizzle, but the fans still smiled for selfies huddling together. by 10:00 a.m., a huge crowd would gather across the street from the store knowing they wouldn't get in, but hoping for a glimpse of her. >> i feel like people that are not here or don't know the c kardashians are not living their life perfectly because they are just a good family, energy's great, i love watching the kardashians every day.
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i record them on dvr. everybody's that's not here are losing out on everything. >> reporter: he can't understand not being here. we have seen people who don't understand this. they pass by. they have looked around. they have taken pictures, even our tourists have taken pictures wondering what this is about. no kylie yet. this is where we expect her to get dropped off and walk into the store. she's indicated on twitter she's getting ready right now, but those who were first in line have already had their time to shop and come out. they did not get to see kylie. live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> they saw you, amy, that's good as well, that icon you are. >> reporter: thanks. >> thanks, amy. something else to buzz about, we are less than a day away from the royal wedding. coming up, live at windsor castle with new information we learned about the big day. it's a big weekend in san francisco, but it's not only for
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the two-legged. how your pets join in on the fun. and i'm your meteorologist drew tuma. brighter skies prevail this afternoon. we'll look at the forecast and how the weekend is shaping up in accuweather coming up. again, we are waiting on that abc news special report on the deadly school shooting in santa fe, texas this morning. we'll bring it to you live. if you're looking for anon for incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, to ross ♪ john chiang's father came it'here with little money,on. but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog,
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the countdown is on to the royal wedding, less than 24 hours to go, rehearsals are wratched and plans are in place. we know who is walking meghan markle down the aisle now that her four bowed out. maggie? >> reporter: kristen, it's going to be just as beautiful, if not more beautiful out for the royal wedding tomorrow, and organizers say to expect a massive crowd. you can see they are already starting to set up behind me, there's crowd control, and a security officer expects 50,000 people just in this field behind me. that's not counting all the people already camped out at windsor castle. they have been for nights on end just waiting for that first glimpse of the royal couple. >> prince harry and meghan on their wedding day. >> reporter: from die hards -- >> they call this crazy. >> reporter: camping out for days just waiting to get their
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first glimpse of the newlyweds to mini markles walking through windsor. >> it's delightful. >> reporter: everyone we've met seems to be a fan of the future american princess. >> we love the idea of, you know, just ordinary people marrying into the royal family, and that's fantastic. >> reporter: with less than 24 hours to go, it's crunch time for the royal family. rehearsals are set, meghan asked prince charles to walk her down the aisle finding out her father cannot make it to the wedding due to medical reasons. the prince of wales is pleased to welcome her to the royal family in this way. the cake is baked. >> elderflower, swiss buttercream, it's light and fluffy. >> reporter: the families have met, meghan's mom met with the queen and had tea with the future in-laws. security is tight. so many security personnel are brought in for the big day many
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are sleeping in tents outside here castle grounds. the guest list is finalized. harry's 96-year-old grandfather, prince phillip, in ill-health, confirming he will be at the phere in town, you can buy prety much anything with meghan and harry's faces on it from t-shirts, flags, drink meg-harry coffees, faces on the coffee. to become a royal yourself, what do you think? this is a huge business expecting to bring in $1.5 billion for the local economy. live outside windsor castle, abc 7 news. >> that's fun, but you shine on your own with your own face, maggie. >> reporter: thank you so much. >> that is cute. special coverage starts tomorrow at 2:00 a.m. you can watch all the pomp and pageantry here on abc 7. it's breakers weekend, something for everybody. alexa smith has ideas from our
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partners at hoodline. >> reporter: the weekend is upon us. kick off festivities with furry friends. spca in the mission friday 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the spring celebration, a bay for barkers cocktail party. >> top shelf cocktails are available with animal themes. we'll have a cuddle experience going on with some of our adorable puppies, and then this is to kick off our adoption event that we have going on all weekend long. adoptable animals are available for free. we're going to waive adoption fees for all animals that are five months and older. >> rsvp required, and you can unlock the ticket by making a donation, and then it's time to get ready for the costume contest. >> we're going to be giving awards for the most original and most iconically san franciscoan costu costume. this weekend we think the animals should compete as well.
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family fun saturday at aloha celebration, celebrating asian-pacific heritage month with a special ukele performance, live music from island breeze, traditional dance, and a moana impersonator. it runs noon to 3:00 p.m., and beverage proceeds goes to meals on wheels. head to bay street in emeryville sunday 11:00 to 5:00 for unique finds at head west market place. the monthly market showcases 25 local artisans. shop one of kind clothing, home d decor, and tasty treats. go to abc7news.com and we'll link you up with hoodline. incredible look at the lava erupting from the kilauea volcano. after the break, the new
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he's been called a rockstar lwinning pro bono battles for immigrants and the homeless. defending gay rights and gun control. democrat jeff bleich. after columbine, bleich led president clinton's youth violence initiative. with joe biden, bleich took on domestic violence. served president obama as special counsel and ambassador.
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maybe bleich can't pull off the rockstar look... but his progressive record is solid gold.
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now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> visibility is improving across the region. live doppler 7 showing you visibility right now at 10, as good as you can get, but half moon bay down to 2 miles. live look at sfo showing a canopy of cloud cover. walnut creek has sunnier breaks moving inland. the cloud cover is eroding away. temperature-wise, you can see where the cloud cover broke down, 60s and 70s where you see the sun, but stuck in the 50s dealing with cloud cover. hour by hour, 3:00 in the afternoon, most spots away from the coast are dealing with clear skies, but the coast in a typical spring-like fashion will
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be socked in with the cloud cover as you go throughout the afternoon and evening later on today, so highs today will be mild away from the coast, probably the warmest day we've had all week, and a in a lot of spots. 72 in san jose. 65 in oakland today. afternoon sunshine in san francisco, 62 degrees. 77 in santa rosa, vallejo degrees. the rockies are in town, first pitch temperature will be cool at the park, 58 degrees, so have the layers with you. breezy as the game wraps up. temperatures falling to 54 degrees. overnight tonight, we do it all over again. the cloud cover, marine layer thickens spilling in and around the bay. upper 40s to lower 50s is the overnight temperatures as we get you into saturday. sunday, big event in san francisco, bay to breakers, it's cloudy early on, but not bad for the runners in their costumes, 52 degrees. as the day goes on, we have the cloud cover slowly breaking
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down, and by noon, sunny skies prevail and temperature at 60 degrees. nice running weather. enjoy if you take part. plan the next zeseven days for morning fog, breaking for afternoon sun, 70s away from the coast. carbon copy forecast to start off the weekend, but sunday, you're going to notice it's cooler. it's breezier. there's a one-day hit of cool air because back up monday. partly cloudy tuesday, and midweek next week, near average, and, in fact, thursday, look at that, a little bit warmer, 80s, perhaps, making a comeback inland with 70s around the immediate bay. right now, we have overcast skies in a lot of spots, that pulls back, sun in the afternoon, and it's a nice end to the week. >> so weird when you use those wipers in the morning. >> the drizzle. yes, spring is here. >> in the bay area. >> yeah, sure. >> breaking news to pass along to you unfortunately out of cuba. a commercial plane has crashed upon taking off from the havana
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airport. we understand there are 104 people on board. it was a boeing 737. no word on casualties yet, but we'll keep you updated on the story at abc 7 news. take a look at the night video showing lava erupting from the ground of the east side of hawaii's big island. a new fissure opened up, the 21st vent since may 3rd. most of the debris ejected from the crater probably fell close to the explosion site. scientists expect volcanic activity to continue. all right, it's friday, so you know what that means, time for this week's perfect pet. after the break, drew will be back to tell us about how to take -- minute. snapping turtle search. >> don't let it get bitten. >> it's a
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everyone is talking about the royal wedding this morning. prince harry's taking an american as her bride tomorrow, but she's not the only american to ascend to royalty. rita hayworth, on the left, married the son of the leader of the shia muslim community in 1949, and lisa married king hussein of jordan, and grace kelly on the right married monica's prince ii, in 1956.
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for more on the ascensions and others, just log on to abc7news.com. if you are logging on from your phone, download the abc 7 news app to get breaking news alerts, and tune in for the latest news and weather right here on the next newscast, abc 7 news at 4:00. reminder, special coverage of the royal wedding starts tomorrow at 2:00. you can watch all the pomp and pageantry right here on abc 7. all right. now meteorologist drew tuma is in for mike with a look at this week's perfect pet. >> yeah, kristen. on this one, it's double the cuteness for our perfect pet segment. that's right. the sisters are looking for a forever home. moxy and the right, macy on the left, 7-year-olds, great with children and other dogs, but not cats. they are active and healthy and need to be adopted together. call the rescue project at 707-433-4377 if you want to give them a home. >> look at them.
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too cute. >> they are. >> all right, thank you, drew. from us here at abc 7 news, have a great day, and a great weekend. bye bye.
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