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♪ ♪ ♪ >> gilroy strong! >> i'm amanda del castillo in downtown gilroy where thousands met for a vigil. in the crowd stories of heroism and heartache. i'm lisa amin gulezian in fremont where traffic isn't the only concern when it comes to the festival of the arts this weekend. security is too. i'm kate larsen in san francisco, where pet food stores are pulling a popular dog treat off their shelves because it could get you and your dog sick. abc7 news starts right now. >> now news to build a better bay area, from abc7. >> tonight people across the bay area honored the victims of the gilroy garlic festival shooting. in san jose, people lit candles for 6-year-old stephen romero. >> in downtown gilroy, thousand of people showed up for a vigil, and that's where our abc7 news reporter amanda del castillo is
tonight. amanda? >> dan, ama, in the crowd of thousands tonight stories of heroism and heartache. this is another step in the healing process for a city shattered sunday night. only days after sunday's devastation, downtown gilroy was filled with thousands. in the crowd, supporter, survivors and clear signs of strength. residents here ready to heal and reclaim their sense of security. >> i think in a bad situation, i think it went the best it could. >> out of an abundance of caution thursday, gilroy pd oneg businesses are offering support to families of those who were killed. >> we thought it would be appropriate that we donate 100% of the sales to the families and the affected victims. >> relief efforts reflective of the spirit of gilroy. in posters held above the crowd, pictures of 6-year-old stephen romero, 13-year-old keyla salazar and 25-year-old trevor irby. in the crowd, many others whose
lives were spared. >> there were a lot of angels that day. >> angels like 10-year-old miranda, credited with saving a 3-year-old boy whose parents were shot. >> i just grabbed him and covered his mouth because of course he was crying and screaming because he was -- he didn't know what to do. >> miranda's quick response was guided by the active shooter drill she's learned at school. thousands gathered thursday, the tough 10-year-old is continuing to work through the tragedy. >> it's still hard for me to just process of everything that's happening and what happened to people, innocent people that didn't do anything or didn't deserve that. >> it's hard not to hurt after hearing her, but mental health agencies want to help in that healing process. we have resources listed on our website. experts want to keep the conversation going to keep gilroy strong. in gilroy, i'm amanda del castillo, abc7 news. >> thank you. two survivors of sunday's shooting are sharing their
stories tonight. >> brenna matthews and gab g go were hit by bullets. brynn took a bullet straight in her back. >> i'm going to have a bullet in my liver for my whole life. i'm not going to be able to see it or fail it at a certain point, but it's always going to be there. >> i was rung and i felt like i got pinched or burnt, bee sting type thing. and i remember being like i'm hit, but i didn't look back. i didn't stop running. >> also, gilroy police chief revealed the names of the three officers who rushed into the gunfire and fatally shot the suspect. >> they are eric cryer, a 23-year-old veteran, hugo delmore ral and robert basuino. >> all three of these officers are incredibly humble. i think they're heroes. i don't think they view themselves that way. i think they view themselves that they were just doing their job. >> the fbi behavioral
analysis of the gunman to determine a motive for the shooting. >> the gilroy police department meantime says it is postponing next tuesday's national night out celebration out of respect for the community's grieving process. it will be rescheduled for october 1. the gilroy foundation has established a special fund for victims of sunday's shooting. we have a link on our website on how to donate to the gilroy garlic festival victims relief fund. >> and security is heightened at bay area festivals in light of what happened on sunday. saturday will be the opening of fremont's festival of the arts. >> abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more on the additions and whether fear is stopping people from attending. finishing touches for this weekend's festival of the arts in fremont also includes security plans. >> we have pretty much an unprecedented level of security at our festival. sky 7hereecit l's director
cameras were installed on paseo padre parkway today, and soon steel barricades and a police watchtower will go up. because of a shooting at the garlic festival, security is even tighter. >> the police in response to that have also added on uniformed s.w.a.t. team members that will be in the crowds. they've changed their level of firearms that they'll be carrying, and they'll just be more police officers out there. >> i wouldn't expect it to happen again. i guess it was a one-time thing. >> festival goers have mixed reactions to attending. this woman isn't sure if she wants to take her family. >> it being so close, i think it just changes -- it makes you definitely more aware of what you have to do. >> a lot of preparation taking place until the festival opens on saturday. this is its 36th year. there will be 380,000 people attending and one thousand vendors. humberto morales was one of them. he was shot at the garlic festival but wasn't hurt. he'll be at fremont though he is
still shaken. >> you'll be safe, but you still have in the back of your mind, what if, what if somebody slips through the lines of security. what if this, what if that? >> he considers fremont festival the safest around. in fremont, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. and other bay area events are also tightening security. thursday was opening day at the santa clara fair in san jose. law enforcement is patrolling the entrance, and then there is a security checkpoint just after the ticket gate. once inside, there is even more law enforcement patrolling the fairgrounds. there are also similar upgraded security measures at the sonoma county fair, which also opened today. and a sonoma county sheriff's deputy shot a man after he attempted to stab a security guard at the santa rosa plaza. it happened just after 5:30 p.m. the suspect took off from the mall and was found by deputies nearby at ninth a morgan street. th altercation ensued. the man somehow got inside the deputy's patrol vehicle. the deputy fired his weapon, hit the man three times.
he was arrest and taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. san jose police have arrested a man suspected of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old child in an alley. police arrested 43-year-old kashman hill yesterday afternoon. a person called police saying they saw hill lure the child into an alley on the 100 block of north fourth street. officers arrived within minutes of the report and arrested him. he faces three counts of lewd act with a minor and is currently in the santa clara county jail tonight. in the east bay today, the jury for the ghost ship trial completed its first full day of deliberations with no decisions. the ghost ship founder derick almena and self-described creative director max harris are each charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. the jury will resume deliberations tuesday morning. as soon as the jury reaches a decision we will send an alert. as part of our effort to building a better bay area, we are spending this week looking into the housing crisis, everything from the high prices we pay to some of the more
inventive ways people are choosing to live in san francisco. >> but how did we even get to this point to begin with? abc7 news reporter liz kreutz is going back in time and breaking down the numbers to show how and why things have changed. >> all right. we all know home prices in the bay area are out of control. but obviously, it wasn't always this way. >> you can't just turn back time. >> thanks for the advice, mark ruffalo. but to understand what it was once like, we're going do it. okay. let's start in the '90s. those were the days, right? and not just for campy television. the internet was dial-up. mark zuckerberg was in grade school, and compared to now, in san francisco it was a pretty amazing time to buy a house. ♪ dude looks like a lady ♪ >> look at these numbers. in mid-90s a median home was roughly $300,000. yes, that was more than the national median home price, but if you tried to get a home for that price now in the city, here
is an example of something you might get. yeah. but from then on, housing prices only went up, thanks to, drum roll, please, money from tech. around 2000, the first tech bubble, home prices in san francisco did go up to a median price of more than $500,000. but fast forward a little over ten years, and that's when things really took off. 2012 was the year facebook went public. the next year twitter did. at the same time, housing prices skyrocketed. in the past seven years, the median home price in san francisco has more than doubled. the same has happened in cities across the bay area. >> what did you say? >> yep. bottom line, enter the big ipos and the bay area housing market has never been the same since. >> liz kreutz reporting now. abc7 news is searching for solutions to the bay area's housing crisis. so tomorrow we are hosting a town hall between 4:00 and 7 p.m. i'll moderate that for you. send us your questions by
tagging them betterbayarea and we'll see what our experts have to say tomorrow. i'm kate larsen in san ssing from pet store food shelves. coming up, the popular dog treat that could get you and your animal sick. a woman and her dog come face-to-face with a mountain lion on a hike. the song the woman custody up that successful scared off that big cat. i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. our natural ac brought down temperatures today. but a change is coming for your weekend. i'll have the forecast coming up. first, here is a look at what is coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live after abc7 news at 11:00. >> thanks. spend a few seconds of your life on this. >> it's one of those things where like they birthed me. they've seen every stage performance. >> mom did. the other was busy celebrating national
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there's a new warning about pet food that is making people sick. >> abc7 news re larsen has the story and what vets say you and your family need to know. >> definitely really popular. they're greasy, smelly, just what dogs love. >> but now the fleshy canine treats are gone from shelves. a salesperson at the market street in san francisco. >> we've got them all back here. we have a big sign for us just to know that they were recalled. >> they put out warnings on wednesday advising people not to buy or feed any pig ear sick. according to cdc 127 people in 33 states, including california have contracted salmonella, and those cases can all be traced back to pig ear dog treats. >> salmonella is a fecal-oral
sickness. it comes from fecal contamination of food and treats. >> heather burns is a veterinarian at the castro animal hospital. she says pig ears are not her choice especially in light of the salmonella outbreak, a bacterial infection that can be very dangerous to people and pets. >> can be vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain. pets are ingesting it and getting it in their mouth or licking owner, body part, open sores. little kids are more susceptible. >> instead dr. burns recommends soft natural treats made in the u.s. and pet food express says bringing your pig exchan em. >> we'reor thanappy to take them back. >> no deaths have been reported a result of the salmonella outbreak. they recommend throwing away all pig ears, avoiding dog kisses after they eat and washing hands when handling pet food. kate larsen, abc7 news. the 49ers hosted family of
sacramento police officer tar row o'sullivan. she was killed in june while responding to a domestic disturbance in sacramento. her family met with 49ers players and coaches after practice at levi's stadium. at the end, the entire team signed a flag honoring first responders as a gift to the family. robert f. kennedy's granddaughter saoirse kennedy hill was found dead at the kennedy compound in hyannis port. "the new york times" reports it was the result of an apparent overdose. 22-year-old kennedy hill was the daughter of courtney kennedy hill, one of the 11 children of the late presidential candidate. a small plane made a hard landing in nevada this sky 7 was overhead where the plane was spotted just after the juries. the cessna sustained substantial damage. all right. this is a story going viral on social media. a woman was out for a walk on n cougar was following her. >> scary, right?
well, she attempted ed ted to the big cat by yelling and waving her arms but it stood firm. >> thinking out of the box, she scrolled through her phone to look for the noisiest possible song and landed on metallica's don't tread on me. >> the sleeking guitars startled the mountain lion which ran into the forest. you your accuweather forecast with sandhya patel. >> a cooldown today. a time lapse from our emeryville camera. watch the marine layer. it was pretty deep. we even had drizzle this morning. low clouds hung around for parts of the bay area, well into the afternoon, bringing our temperatures down. but we're starting to see that marine layer compress. so it is now about a thousand feet, which is something you're going to have to watch out for tomorrow morning. so what brought us the changes? you see this trough that is pushing into the pacific northwest. that has brought about the deepening marine layer today, and now we're seeing that it has pushed all the way into the east bay valleys. visibility right now down to one
mile in half moon bay. tomorrow morning during the commute, allow yourself a little extra time because the fog and even some spotty drizzle could be problematic. right now i want to show you the highlights as to what you expect. so low clouds, fog, and some patchy drizzle in the morning. warming trend begins tomorrow. and it is going to get hot inland this weekend. so hopefully you took advantage of today's weather. temperatures right now, you will notice, they're in the comfort zone. 50, 60s. some areas it's feeling a little muggy outside because of the marine layer. that's the live look from our emeryville camera looking at the port of oakland tonight. and it is overcast. here is a look at your morning. 5:00 a.m., you will notice just how widespread the fog is. 8:00 a.m. as well. and then watch it peel back to thee hea into the afternoon and push bac the inland valleys tomorrow ght. teer l 50s tothere will be spots. already a little misty and drizzly in parts of the bay area
and expect that again tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon 68 in san francisco. 64 half moon bay. up into the low 90s around santa rosa, livermore, concord. 84 san rafael. 75 in oakland. 83 degrees in san jose. so warmer tomorrow. i want to turn your attention to eric. tropical storm erick in the pacific is definitely weaker. it was a hurricane. it is expected to pass south of the hawaiian island chain over the next few days. as it continues to weaken, it's going to kick up the swells and it will dump some heavy rain across the region. so if you have travel plans to hawaii, keep this in mind. the accuweather seven-day forecast does feature a little bit of warm-up. tomorrow afternoon we have the summer heat as saturday with near 100-degree temperatures inland. mid-60s coast side. sunday is still going to be hot inland. even monday. but the good thing is we do have the microclimates here. a little cooler going into tuesday, and then the cooling continues wednesday, thursday with mid- to upper 80s. ama and dan? , sandhya, very much.
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