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know the blessings of knowing and loving you, a great and noble man, the best father a son or daughtr could have, and in in our grief, by this smile knowing that dad is hugging robin and holding mom's hand again. ♪ >> a tearful tribute from a son to his father as the nation celebrates the life and legacy
of the 41st president of the united states, george herbert walker bush. but, first, locally, we're going to take a live look outside from our sutro tower camera. scattered showers across the area. the camera lens is wet there. thanks for joining us. i'm kristen zse. meteorologist mike nicco has been tracking this. >> a look at what we're going to deal with. for today we've got a one on the storm impact scale with light to moderate showers. not a steady rain, but if you get over a couple of these, the rainfall could add up to .2 of an inch. it will taper this evening. here's a look 24 hours ago of the storm on the left side of your screen. look how farther south and east it is, and that's why we'll see a tapering of the showers as this continues to head south and east away from us. you can still see yellows and greens and the showers are out
there. as we head into the evening commute, you can see it's definitely tapering, even a little sunshine breaking through the clouds. but 7:00 all the showers are over and by midnight, you can see all the rain is from monterrey and southward and this rain is over. another chance of rain this weekend and let's get back to kristen. >> thank you, mike. >> you can check the conditions, of course, in your area anytime with the abc 7 news app. click on the weather app and it's free to download. now to that emotional good-bye that you've been watching here on abc 7 to former president george h.w. bush. this is a live picture from d.c. where his casket just left the washington national cathedral now arriving at the tarmac for its trip back to houston. that's for loved ones and thinking industries where earlier people gathered for the 41st president at the national cathedral. abc news reporter emily rowe has
the late ♪ > the funeral for george herbert walker bush, a celebration of a former president and forever patriarch. >> we're going to miss you, your decency, sincerity and kind soul will stay through us forever. through our tears let us know the blessings of knowing and loving you, a great and noble man and the best father a son or daughter could have. >> the washington national cathedral packed with dignitaries from the u.s. and abroad. a chancellor, a king and queen and several presidents and a prince. president trump and first lady melania in attendance after meeting privately with the bush familiar lit day before. president trump tweeting this morning looking forward to being with the bush family. this is not a funeral. this is a day of celebration for a great man who has led a long and distinguished life. he will be missed. the impact
than 42,000 people, some of them waiting for hours. >> he was one of a kind. he'll be greatly missed ♪ >> reporter: the president's casket traveled this morning down pennsylvania avenue, passing by the white house and crowds of people gathering to greet the motorcade in the bitter cold. the former president now on the way to houston where there will be another service tomorrow before he is laid to rest in the family plot. emily row, abc news, capitol hill. >> right now we're taking a live look at the salute to an ex-president, george herbert walker bush. the family is gathered there, as well as the military personnel all waiting for the casket to be loaded on to the plane for president bush's final trip to
♪ >> you are watching live coverage as president herbert walker bush after the funeral service at the washington national cathedral now being loaded on to the plane that will take him back to his beloved adopted hometown of houston where tomorrow there will be a family service before his internment at the george bush presidential library and museum. you can see the entire bush
family there, hands over their hearts. the 43rd president, george w. bush, who just about two hours ago delivered a moving eulogy to his father, now the family patriarch, george w. bush saying he showed me what it means to be a president. he talked about his father's decency, sincerity and kind soul, and now that soul is holding the hand of his beloved barbara once again in heaven. they talked about that extensively at the funeral this morning. jim baker, another eulogist this morning, and now we're watching the homecoming of the 41st president of the united
george w. bush, as he leads his family at joint base andrews. that's where we're watching this live picture right now. they will board that plane, the presidential aircraft being used by the bush family to go back to houston where they will bury george h.w. bush. president bush holding hands with his wife laura bush there, a large extended family. at the funeral this morning, a very emotional service but also lots of stories of humor were told about our ex-president, george herbert walker bush.
>> george w. bush and laura bush waving before entering the aircraft. again, the family on their way back to houston. the former president, the 41st president will lie in repose at st. martin's episcopal church in houston overnight and then tomorrow the second funeral in houston for family, and then his casket will be transported to the george bush presidential library and museum where he will be buried alongside his beloved wife barbara and also their daughter robin who died at the age of 3. he said he looked forward to joining them in heaven.
that toss conclude our coverage for now of the final farewell for george h.w. bush. abc news will have live coverage in houston tomorrow as it begins at 8:00, 10:30. mr. bush's casket will be transported to the library. at 1:45 mr. bush will be laid to rest in the burial ceremony. all of these events are tomorrow, and we invite you to join us. all right. back here we're going to cover more local news. we do have breaking news in martinez. a heavy police presence at adelaide drive and pacheco boulevard. we've heard there's been an officer-involved shooting. >> reporter: hi, kristen. contra costa sheriff's deputies out here in force. at least a dozen vehicles from that department. this is in martinez but unincorporated so it's a
sheriff's area, jurisdiction that is. i talked with jimmy lee from the sheriff's department. he did confirm that the suspect in this case has died. it is a fatal shooting involving one of their deputies. this happened just after 9:30. we're on pacheco boulevard at at laid drive. according to the department spokesman jimmy lee, there was a deputy or deputies in this area for an unrelated reason, and they spotted this man who was wanted on a warrant on an unrelated case, so this was a short pursuit of him apparently perhaps on foot, according to local business people, and then they heard four to five gunshot, i'm told, by one of the local business people who heard that. at this point we're not getting many more details. we don't know exactly at this point what this case involves, why there was a warrant out for the suspect, kristen, but we do know that it was a fatal officer-involved shooting. the officer, the deputy, we're
told, was unhurt, but the suspect has died. in martinez, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> laura, thank you. another officer-involved shooting, this one in napa. a police officer there is being treated for minor injuries after a shooting involving an assault suspect. it happened at the kentwood apartments earlier this morning. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live at the scene. >> reporter: hi, kristen. i just got off the phone with the police chief. right now they are saying they got the call as an assault call. they don't know if it was a domestic violence going on, domestic dispute. they are still working to sort out the details. look behind me. they are still investigating the scene. in fact, they just used a 3-d mapping camera over the scene so they could get a good image of their crime scene, and it is a large one because it involved a foot chase. this started just before 2:00 this morning. they say it started at the kentwood apartments in napa. police were called about an assault and told that the man
had a gun. they found him later because he had run away. they found him riding his skateboard. they did end up chasing him. police say they then got into a fight with him and then an officer used his rifle and shot the man who died. we met with residents of the vineyard terrace apartments who heard what happened and talked to police who were on the case. the first woman you'll hear from did not want her face on camera. >> i happened to be awake when the gunshots happened and i heard them very clearly and it was about 2:00 a.m. that was it and everything went quiet and i heard sirens right away and everybody was ready to call the police and that was the end of that, and then at 5:30 they came banging on my door and went banging on everybody's door to ask all the questions. >> just scarey that it's right here, that like that's going o right here, right? right here. so that's -- that's my concern is that this is -- this isn't the first little violent thing
that's happened here. >> yeah. she said there had been a stabbing nearby recently, but police had told people in the area that the public is not at risk in this incident. i just talked to the chief about who this man was. he says he thinks the coroner is pretty close to releasing his identification, but he would tell me he's probably in his 20s and says this man is known to police. they have had dealings with him before. they did put out a statement on their facebook page, on the napa police facebook page saying their thoughts were with the man's family. is will asked the chief one more thing, if this appeared to be a justified officer shooting. he said it's too early to tell. live in napa, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you. also developing right now, san jose police are searching for information after a deadly shooting around 1:00 a.m. sky 7 was on the scene after a man was shot and killed in the area of east virginia and south third streets in san jose. no suspects identified. anybody who may know something
or witnesses the shooting can report anonymously. >> in fremont police are investigating a deadly shooting and crash overnight. one person is dead, and we brought this to you as breaking news earlier this week or this morning. a live report from fremont police headquarters with the latest. amanda? >> reporter: kristen, police confirmed one man has died and another man was later found with gunshot wounds after he fled the scene. it's unclear who fired a weapon, and at this point no arrests have been made. this quiet fremont neighborhood turned into a crime scene overnight. police were called out to torrington near chaucer before 11:20 p.m. neighbors say in the commotion they heard gunshots. >> and then a vehicle drove into a nearby fence. we can't tell if somebody is shot or injured from the crash but says that somebody is injured. >> officers found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in the passenger seat of
this car which crashed into a fence along chaucer. the victim later died on scene. evidence of the car crash is easy to see for neighbors inside the home. it was all easy to identify on impact. >> i could heart engine through my wall and that's when i relayed a car ran into my wall. >> reporter: this neighbor didn't want to be identified but she said how what happened at her house. >> the whole house shook and then boom, boom, boom, boom. we could hear four or five shots. >> reporter: police say because of the driver's injuries he lost control of the car, crashed and then took off on foot. he was located just before midnight a short distance away. this is fremont's third homicide this year. police tell us the driver's gunshot wound are non-life-threatening. right now detectives are trying to determine a motive and develop suspect lead. i'm live outside of fremont police headquarters, abc 7 news.
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our best radar returns right now around daly, san francisco and heyward and all the way up to vallejo you'll find puddles on the area as showers are engulfing those neighbors. we've got snow up in the sierra right now. not enough that you need chains but plenty to ski on, and it's going to be a gorgeous weekend with a lot of sunshine and mid to upper pos there. see some of the rain on the richmond side of the san rafael
bridge. showers will tape they are afternoon. partly cloudy this afternoon and watch out for fog tomorrow morning during the commute and dry tomorrow through saturday. if you're heading out, most of us in the low to mid-50s right now. let's take a look at what to expect. seeing a little bit of a break in the cloud cover and sunshine and showers. that means rainbow alert, so if you capture, it hashtag it at abc 7 now. we would love to see it. light to moderate showers this afternoon all the way up to 4:00 hand by 8:00 to midnight, they are gone. temperatures low to mid-'s all afternoon. starting to dip into the 40s inland at 8:00 and more of us there by midnight and look how much cooler it's going to be tomorrow morning. mid to upper 30s in the deepest north bay valleys and mid to upper 40s from the south bay, the bay and out towards the coast. here were noon on sunday. we can see rain up around mendecino county. it will stay in the north bay until sock and it will roam across the rest our neighborhoods and by monday afternoon it starts to taper.
view" was interrupted so we could bring you live coverage of the funeral of george h.w. bush, but you can catch today's episode in its entirety overnight at 2:08 a.m. that will be thursday morning, of course. be sure to set your dvr. we want to take another quick look at the weather. >> not an all day rain, not a steady rain but a chance of thunderstorms from monterrey southward. a look at the rain as they come up from the south. notice the coverage is decreasing a little bit, and that will be the case as we head into the evening commute. i want to let you know starting at noon today we do have hazards in our beaches through friday morning. sneakers waves and long run-ups on the water so don't turn your back on that. >> thanks for joining us for
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