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i'm amanda del castillo. a deadly hit and run here in
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south jackson avenue. police say the driver took off on foot. here in daytona beach, florida, where we're tracking hurricane dorian. learning about a new cmmunity initiative to open a barber academy. how it will help people thrive here. i'm lisa amin gulezian, where three dogs were stolen overnight. "abc7 news" starts right now. >> now, news to build a better bay area. from abc 7. happening right now, three puppies stolen from a san francisco animal shelter overnight have been rescued. >> lisa amin gulezian is live in hayward where that reunion just took place. lisa? >> reporter: a very happy ending for two of those dogs, just reunited with the shelter's director a you minutes ago. take a look at some of the video. the dogs were fast asleep when
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she put them into her car. the two people accused of trying to sell them were taken away in handcuffs. things have been unfolding very quickly tonight. we have video the sellers sent to the shelter a few hours ago, showing the two huskies playing. volunteers contacted the seller via instagram and posed as buyers. the dogs were for sale for $800 each. >> they cut into my bottom line, which is not cool. they stole my dogs, which is not cool. it's just -- and from watching them on the video, they took their time. they knew what they were doing. they knew they would turn around today and sell them as quickly as possible. >> reporter: there was a reported sighting of the stolen pit bull puppy this morning, but no signs of it for sale online. this is video of the thieves
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taking the puppies last night. staff says they were targeted because of their high cash value. the pit bull is still outstanding as i mentioned. those at the shelter are very worried about him tonight. live in hayward, lisa amin gulezian, "abc7 news." >> lisa, thank you. new at 11:00, a cal train struck and killed a person on the tracks in morgan hill just at 7:00 at railroad avenue. the person was trespassing at the time. in the south bay, new details about a deadly hit and run. san jose police say the driver who hit and killed a bicycle istook off on foot. >> this happened near story road and south jackson avenue. amanda del castillo has the details. amanda? >> reporter: we're here at story and jackson. there was a makeshift memorial growing on the median. maybes say they often see
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drivers coming through the intersection speeding. and it's that reckless driving paired with the heavy foot and bicycle traffic making for the dangerous conditions. afternoon traffic is usually busy at the intersection of story road and jackson avenue. but thursday, a hit and run brought cars to a complete stop. and those in surrounding businesses to their feet. >> i heard the noise. and then i stand up, i look, what happened? >> reporter: a man was behind this wheel of this gold chevy suburban and hit this truck, then hit a bicyclist in the cross walk. the driver then got out of the suv, but not to he started runn. >> reporter: police confirm the suspect escaped on foot. the driver of the silverado was faken to the hospital. the bicyclist didn't survive the impact. business owners stay the road is known for heavy foot traffic and
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speeding cars. >> a lot people try to run their cars in this area. >> reporter: others say safety is a shared responsibility. >> translator: we should all respect the rules of the road, that is primary. respect the rules, including pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. >> reporter: the bicyclists has only been described by police as an adult man. his death marks the city's 31st fatal collision this year. in east san jose, i'm amanda del castillo, "abc7 news." >> thank you. developing news, concern is growing over hurricane dorian as it takes dead aim at florida. it is predicted to be a category 4. but exactly when and where it makes landfall is an unanswered question. the governor has declared a state of emergency and now georgia's governor has done the same. our reporter is in daytona beach tonight. >> reporter: hurricane dorian is
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gaining strength over the open waters of the atlantic. forecasters saying when it makes landfall, it could be a catastrophic category 4, and one of the worst storms to hit the east coast of florida in decades. >> this is potentially a catastrophic storm in terms of wind and surge. >> reporter: the governor declaring a state of emergency, telling people the time to prepare is now. >> you should have seven days of food and medicine and water. >> reporter: people loading up on supplies. some gas stations so busy, they're running out of fuel. >> just being prepared for the storm. >> just want to protect against what's coming. >> reporter: airports are securing equipment. the military safeguarding planes. the coast guard strapping down boats. more than 17 million people, nearly the entire state of florida, in the cone of uncertainty. >> it's mind boggling, because nobody knows where this storm is
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going. >> reporter: president trump canceling a trip to poland, staying in washington to monitor the storm, and the rolling stones rescheduling a concert on saturday in florida to friday so fans can attend before the storm hits. now, this is a live picture of the miami skyline tonight. the residents, with millions of others, are asking the key question -- when will dorian hit? meteorologist sandhya patel is tracking it very closely tonight. sandhya? >> yeah, this storm as you take a look, hurricane dorian has picked up steam. sit a category 4 storm, expected to become a category 4 storm. as you take a closer look at this monster storm as it developed over the warm waters of the atlantic. winds of 105 miles per hour,o e. saturday, a 4 as it approaches the bahamas and the florida coastline going into monday.
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the major issues with this storm is rainfall. isolated for bahamas, up to seven inches. for the southeast u.s., up to 15 inches with strong, gusty winds and dangerous storm surge. ama? >> thank you, sandhya. a san francisco police sergeant now faces a criminal charge for disrupting a meeting on homelessness at a police station in another city. dan noyes has the latest. >> reporter: the san mateo county coastline has a problem with the possibly homeless. i found ten rvs here in pacifica. >> homelessness presents our community with a wide range of problems. >> reporter: this pastor volunteered to be part of an advisory board to address concern over sewage spills, plight in neighborhoods and drug bus. they held their first meeting
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here. >> suddenly, there was a loud knocking on the door. >> reporter: like a bang? >> a real loud bang. like somebody wanted to get in urgently. >> reporter: police tell me police sergeant marie yea denati objected to being kept out. and after she banged on the door and confronted the police chief, she pulled this fire alarm in the lobby and left. >> i think we hold our police officers to a higher standard. we would expect them to behave better than that. >> reporter: his investigators spent valuable time trying to track down the suspect. as i explained on monday, the fire department had to divert an engine to handle the false alarm. >> reporter: when i approached her at the traffic desk she runs at san francisco's hall of
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justice, she declined to give her side of the story. i'm dan noyes of channel 7. i need to talk to you about the fire alarm. can you tell me what happened? >> no. no. i'm not talking. thank you. >> reporter: why not? >> it's clear. >> reporter: and today, prosecutor steve wagstaff filed a misdemeanor complaint that carries up to a year in county jail and a possible $1,000 fine. >> we do follow a philosophy that for bad conduct, there's consequences. >> reporter: other cops tell me she should have known better. she's no rookie, and worked at the department for 24 years, and earned $226,000 last year if you count overtime and benefits. for the i-team, dan noyes, "abc7 news." here in oakland, i'm talking to this man about the barber academy he's working on opening to help people who live here
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stay here. we'll have more coming up. a mom is fighting to keep her long-time vanity license plate. >> why the dmv asked her to change it after 15 years. i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. a nice combination of fog and sun today. here's a look at what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy? >> watch this. [ sound effects ] >> it's awesome. >> sounds good.
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in the north bay, police are looking for help identify thing group of car burglars. it happened last friday at a shopping mall parking lot. the thieves used their phones to defy bluetooth signals coming from electronic devices. in san francisco, police hope new cameras installed on one of the busiest streets will help solve crimes. business owners complained that car break-ins, like this one, are just driving away customers. the 18 cameras operate on stockton street between
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sacramento and washington. new developments in a case of a map accused of attacking a female resident at a san francisco condo. prosecutors dropped a second charge against austin james vincent saying he was misidentified. but a judge denied a request to release him saying he's a public threat. as he was leaving, he cursed at the judge. as part of our focus on build a better bay area, we highlight people taking initiative. and oakland barber is on a mission to open a barber academy. his goal, help revitalize the orhoodnd oerareer opportunities to people live thing at the same time. our reporter has more on his effort and how you can help. >> reporter: chris colter has worked as a barber in oakland for more than a decade. >> i just notice that there's a lot of youth that need a
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productive place where they can feel at home, feel safe. >> reporter: that's what gave him the idea for this. >> open a barber academy. that's the vision. >> reporter: chris started a crowd sourcing campaign to open a barber school in east oakland. >> i get it. east oakland has its problems. >> he believes it will bring career opportunities to the community, allowing people from there to thrive there. >> barbering changed my life. i want other people to experience that. those who are on the brink not knowing whetheror not they're going to college. >> troy is a long-time client of chris' who has donated to the campaign. >> you can build your own business, plays a really big role in the african-american community, the barbershop does. so having folks like chris who are involved in the business, and part of the community, just makes the material different, i think. >> reporter: chris is working to raise the funds. >> this is a special place in
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people's heart in east oakland. right now they could use some revitalization. >> reporter: it's one big undertaking to build a better bay area. >> we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. join our group on facebook. we have plenty of weather to talk about. we're heading to the end of the week. >> and the holiday weekend. meteorologist sandhya patel is here. sandhya? >> the countdown begins. let's take a look at our view from our camera. this is a time lapse just a short time ago. the fog was rolling in, but then all of a sudden a little bit of the top of the tower was starting to show up. so the fog is patchy at best tonight as we look at live doppler 7. confined mainly to the coast. an indication of some changes that are ahead. today, temperatures were below average. tomorrow, they're bouncing back. i want to show you what you can expect as we head towards the
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holiday weekend. definitely limited fog overnight and for your morning commute. you will notice a little bit warmer tomorrow, especially inland. hot days are expected for the holiday weekend away from the coastline. here's a live look from our south beach camera and san francisco is visible. temperatures at this hour in the 60s. a few 50s in places like napa. so as we head outside, i want to show you what you can expect for the upcoming weekend that. is some changes. tomorrow, 7:00 a.m., we'll have some foggy spots. 50s, 60s to start off. so comfortable, sunny by noontime. it will be mild to warm with mid 60s to the upper 80s for the afternoon hours. it will stay mild as we head into the evening. notice the temperatures are in the low to upper 60s. out the door tomorrow, allow a little extra time, because that fog is so shallow that it may be dense in spots. temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s. you will need a little more time for that commute. tomorrow afternoon, enjoy the
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sunshine. it's going to be a little warmer inland. 88 in antioch. 83 in san jose. 75 in oakland. 69 in san francisco. 82 in napa. san rafael, 80. 68 in half moon bay. saturday, the heat is back. temperatures in the mid 90s for some of you along the coastline, it's comfortable. mild to hot for sunday plans. if you have outdoor plans on monday, just a little bit cooler. accuweather serve-day forecast, minor warming tomorrow. the heat is back for saturday, sunday and inland valleys. a 30-degree spread from coast to inland that's summertime for you. grilling outside, it should be nice. typical pattern for tuesday, wednesday, and thursday is worth watching. partly cloudy and cooler. one model was showing the possibility of a few showers. the others, not so much. we'll wait and see. >> could be interesting. thanks, sandhya. a mom takes on the dmv over
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her long-time vanity plate. what it says and how the governor got involved.
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a new hampshire mom is celebrating her victory over the dmv. she's had these vanity plates for the past 15 years. last month she got a letter saying they were recalling the plates because they were obscene. but the governor of new hampshire caught wind of the story and made a personal call to the dmv asking for an exception to the rule. i mean, it's a good rule, come on, kids. >> it could have also been peanut butter. >> you've got to take some with you. >> not crude, smart. the 49ers are going to keep three quarterbacks into the regular season. c.j. bedford
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tonight. no starters in action. didn't want to get anybody hurt. but important games for guys on the bubble. hosting the chargers. nice look there. jeff wilson, jr., he's going left, no, now right. c.j. bedford throwing a block right there. 41-yard touchdown. wilson, 100 yards rushing. 7-6, niners. coaches don't want to see stuff like this. cardle jones going airborne. touchdown! like the effort. chargers up 20-7. under a minute left, down three, and picked off, niners 3-1 the preseason. raiders in seattle to face the seahawks. geno smith, four s, hd nicely t
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terry wright. 7-0, seattle. mack brown, 15 carries, 79 yards. nice cut there, goes for 22 yards. oakland dominated the possession time. raiders down 17-15. they're going to go for two here. get rid of the ball. sacked. raiders lose 17-15. and they go 3-1 in the preseason. san jose state opening up their season. 14-3, party. then love keepand scores. that's a party party. 35-18, they have matched last year's win total, which was one. a's and casey danson, this is going to be his new haircut
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tomorrow. pro-far, 3 for 4, three rbis. almost had himself a there. top nine, corbin joseph pops it up. makes the catch. but the runners move up a base. a's win 9-8, take three of four in the series. off to new york to face the yankees. the fading giants. hosting the padres. welcome to the bigs. the dive, he was just called up, makes the stop in the second to rob will myers. third inning, here it comes, there it goes. and everybody knew it right away. a two-run bomb off of derek rodriguez two gave up five runs in five innings. giants fall 5-3. they're now seven back in the wild card chase and fading away. real football is almost back. and both the niners and raiders, 3-1 in the ot bad.
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just into the newsroom, tomorrow is friday. that's our report. appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. for all of us, thanks for being here.
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