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. >> now at 11:00, the driver of a red pick-up truck is shot and killed while stopped at a red light, prompting a massive manhunt. the driver and his passenger are in custody. >> the gun used in that shooting is still missing. it hoopd on meekland avenue in alameda county. >> we have the developing story. >> dan, the sheriff's office tells me who they say is the male shotter and female accomplice. what they don't have is the gun. the sheriff's office is calling the fatal shooting an ambush.
they say the man driving this pickup truck was about to turn left when another man walked up and shot him multiple times. >> striking and killing him. that suspect, the gunman fled on food down the railroad tracks. >> he and a woman believed to be the driver are in custody. it's unclear what, if any connection the suspects have to the victim. >> this woman's backyard is being searched for the gun. >> they're going through making sure they don't smell anything funny. >> it was so sudden, the victim's car was still in drive. they had to physically go put the car in park to keep it from rolling apart. >> a victim driving behind the victim helped identify the suspects they have in custody. >> it's scary. neighbors say this type of
violence is unusual for this area. >> knowing that they could shoot one of my kids by accident or something. you don't know, you know. you know, you're scared knowing that this could happen here. >> investigators say they will examine surveillance video from nearby liquor stores including hank's. abc 7 news. >> police have installed cameras to end the rash of freeway shootings. the video from every camera will be archived. police are not releasing the locations because of course they don't want them vandalized. this is the first agency to put up cameras in contra costa county. >> police flooded a neighborhood looking for people responsible for dramatic smash-and-grabs early this morning. >> two suspects were wearing gloves. pretty bold. >> did violent break in this morning in rockland was caught
on the store's surveillance cameras. authorities were able to identify the license plate. they found the car a few hours later. police and federal agents are investigating whether the rockland robbery is connected with another this morning in folsom. a half dozen gun shops over the past few months. >> us berkeley students, a man kissed two or more female students without their consent. the university said the incident happened july 5th. they say he may have inappropriately touched a woman through her clothing. contact the police if you have any information about this crime. turning to the weather, time to check in with aenndi patel. >> we have the 90s showing up. tomorrow gets ready for triple digits. limited fog tonight. it's patchy from tus ka dero to
the santa cruz area. tomorrow afternoon we'll have the fog around. don't worry. three air conditioning. 70 in downtown san francisco. 80 in oakland. it's going to be hot and walnut creek and antioch, 100 degrees. what will the temperature be tomorrow? i'll let you know and a look at the weekend straight ahead. >> thanks a lot. happening in the south bay, santa clara vector control is fogging a neighborhood to stop the spreading of the zika virus. you see the location on the map. some neighbors are not happy. abc news reporter elissa harrington is here to explain why. >> did fogging just started and is scheduled to end at 2:00 a.m. the county is doing this because some mosquitoes around here
tested positive for west nile virus. activists say this is poison the community. >> this video explains what's happening in some san jose neighborhoods, fogging. trucks with vector control drive around spraying pesticides into the air meant to prevent the spread of virus but some say it's poisoning more than mosquitoes. >> we have had neighborhoods poisoned over and over again all summer every summer. >> they're calling for an end to fogging. they say this is contaminating their neighborhoods and that insects, animals, and people are at risk. >> some of the symptoms people have told us is respiratory problems, itching skin, grogginess, headache. >> extremely low dosage, extremely low volume. >> they called it a safe and effective method that's been
used for more than 30 years. they understands the concern but says the fears are exaggerated. >> we're only putting out three fluid ounces or three tablespoons of liquid per acre. roughly the size of a football field. >> they say the chemicals are not harmful to people. still they're demanding that they find nontoxic way to do it. >> bay air police chief was at the white house today to talk about improving police-community relations. president obama held a three-hour discussion that focused on how to keep people safe and rebuild community trust in the wake of last week's shootings in ind and louisiana and the shooting of the police in dallas. >> where do we need to put resources. today was a day of seeing what
next steps look like and not just getting caught up in the emotion. >> president obama says it was a great talk but says america isn't even close. tomorrow david muir will host a forum. the president and the people airs tomorrow night at 8:00 right here on abc 7. >> as you know, the biggest names in sports gathered in los angeles forest espy awards. you saw it right here. >> they zint didn't shy away from the social issues. >> abc 7 news's larry beil is live from the microsoft theater. >> the espys are always a fun gathering of sports stars and celebrities. tonight, especially at the top of the show, there was a serious tone set by steph curry, lebron james and others who wanted to
make a serious statement about ending gun violence in america. >> the system is broken. the problems is not knew new and the racial divide is not new. travon martin, michael brown, tam ear rice, e -- that mere rice. laquan mcdodged, austin cellars. fernando castillo. this is also our reality. it has to stop. enough. enough is enough. >> we all feel helpless and frustrated by the bombing. we do. but that's not acceptable. it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourselves, what are we doing to create change. >> later, curry presented the arthur ashe courage award given postumously to a 15-year-old boy from tennessee who saved the lives of three girls by throwing his body over theirs and shielding them from bullets that
ultimately took his life. steph was so moved by this story he wanted to meet privately with dave on's family before the espys began. that's why he did hardly any red interviews. that tells you what kind of a stan steph curry is. >> all right. thank you so much, larry. >> abc 7 news at 11:00 couldn't. coming up, cashing in on pokeman. bay area businesses seeing dollar signs because of the hugely popular game. >> plus the donald trump tweet sparking new speculation about who his running mate will be.
. san rafael, south bay, pleasanton and all the play area, this is abc 7 news. >> pokeman go seems to be everywhere. countless users exploring the bay area trying to catch the characters. >> many bay area businesses hope to cash in on the craze. abc 7's reporter cornell bernard has details. >> the set behind me is a pokey stop, one place where players can receive clues on the gaming app. this is steps away from local restaurants. tonight, those folks cashing in on the virtual opportunity. it's the gaming app which blurs fantasy and reality on your cell phone, capturing the elusive pokeman the goal. in fact it was hard to find somebody who wasn't playing
pokeman go in downtown. >> i didn't put it down for long. >> it didn't take long for businesses to seize the opportunity. >> we've had a few can caught in the restaurant around already. >> this restaurant is located 25 feet near a pokey stop landmark. this footbridge are lures can be set to attract the virtual crkr chur and score points. >> we hope they'll come on in. >> so far it's working. pizza is selling fast. eric tran plays pokeman for hours and gets thirsty. >> i went to starbucks two times. so i ordered two drinks. >> look at this ice cream store. >> we had a group of kids with their phones out. you could tell they're playing the game. >> did they buy ice cream? >> they did. so good for us. >> others say they want in.
once they find out how it works. >> i've -- a bunch of kids that work for me. i'm sure they know more than i do. >> a new game for a virtual world. in walnut creek, abc 7 news. >> in less than 33 hours the republican ticket for president will be set. gop presidential candidate donald trump tweeted tonight that he will be making the announcement on friday morning in new york. as we reported last night right here at 11:00, abc news has confirmed the list is down to three contenders, mike pence, former speaker of the house newt gingrich and new jersey governor chris christie. >> dianne feinstein is calling for an investigation into home represental sites like air b & b. she says they're driving up home and rental prices. they want the federal trade commission to get involved. they want the ftc to look into
practices of racial discrimination. >> your experience could look different by the end of the year. tsa officials announced up to 60 automated checkpoint lanes will be installed in the next few months. i would allows up to five people at a time to put in their bags to be screened. >> if you're a fan of abc shows like we are, of course, we want you to download the abc app. it's a great wade to watch abc programs like the bachelor etd, general hospital and abc 7 news anytime on your phone or tablet. it has more choices for binge watching, including throwback shows like ugly betty. full season shows are just a tap away. there's also orange digital series. download the app through apple app store and googleplay. some features require cable or satellite. you can watch all those great
shows while you're not playing pokeman go. >> what about the weather? >> it's going to get pretty warm. inland areas are going to get hot. the good news is it's not going to get very warm at the coastline. we have a few patch of fog right now as we look at time ops. this afternoon as you recall we had our natural ac still going. the fog was sitting near the beaches. it didn't quite clear but by mid afternoon the fog layer began to thin out and we enjoyed just a real shallow deck of fog along parts of the coastline. that's because -- because of that fog is why we ended up in the 60s. if you head far enough inland you were in the upper 90s, 89 san jose, 96 santa rosa. 71 san francisco and 90 in san rafael. tap on a few degrees tomorrow
and you will see the triple digits. right now it's 50 degrees in the bay but all the way up to 81 in antioch. microclimates we're used to seeing from the camera. is this a beautiful shot or what? this is from pier 15 looking down town. we're looking at a heat alert for our inland areas coming up tomorrow. now, look at some of our inland-east bay values. these will be some of our hot spots. i want to point out antioch, fairfield, a hundred degrees. discovery bay, triple digits. livemoore a hundred degrees tomorrow afternoon. live look. right now skies are clear from this perspective but the air quality will be declining as the heat builds. we're looking at poor air quality in the santa clara
valley. for the rest it's normal. we'll have to wait until the weekend until the breeze comes in and clears out the air. tonight at 11:00, notice a few patches of fog. tomorrow morning the fog will be back in the picture filling in along the coast. there may when denser packages around the east bay. you will see our natural ac keeping you comfortable at the coast. tomorrow, low to mid 60s inland. fog near the coast, inland areas start off clear and warm up quickly. in the south way, 91 in san jose. mid 80s for menlo park. 80 in san matteo. pacifica, lope 60s. downtown san francisco, 89 degrees. east barracks a lovely day. it's a warm one. 88 in castor valley.
hot inland. heat alert up for good reason. you want to stay hydrated. 100 in lirmoore-fairfield. here's a look at the accuweather forecast. 90s on friday. saturday you'll notice the cooling for the upcoming weekend and the cooldown continues. mid 80s for the warmest spots on sunday. keeping you in that range early next week. good news is, as we back off on the heat, fire danger comes down. >> thanks very much.
>> we had a great year, got beat by a great team. congratulations, you guys. this is to celebrate, keep shooting threes. hopefully we can make a couple more when it matters most. also want to thank lebron, cp and dwyane wade for the message of using our platform to help change the world. that's what sports is all about. thank you for what you did. thank you. >> steph was referring to the players who made a plea at the tom of the show end gun violence. larry was there. this show was filled with fun and inspiring moments. >> we had a lot of star maurer out from steph to charles barclay to usher to justin timberlake to the one, the only nature boy rick flair. >> this is the nature roy rick flair live at the espys. we're going to whoo all night
who long! >> thank you, sir. >> i have my manners. i was saying yes, sir, no, sir to steve young. they got tired of it and said you don't have to keep kwulg me sir. >> we have a little bit of an issue. >> ok. >> i'm from san francisco. >> ok. >> and you're a college kid so you're not supposed to be able to afford a lot. what are you wearing? >> i'm just trying to be clean. a very casual look. >> we'll have to go out in a little bit here. are you ever going to starts hating on the -- >> i told you that little rinky ding team woonltd hold up to an seven-game series. >> do you know the nature boy? >> e yes. it's somebody i want to meet. >>st trilogy in the finals, that would be one heck of a story. >> i hope with a little different outcome next time. although i do appreciate you giving me --
>> you and me both. i hope for the same outcome. you hope for a different one. >> whoo! >> the espys post party still going on for 3500 people. the a-list faeparty, not sure we it is. we were not invited. >> you were left off the a-list? >> i know. >> you'll find a way? >> i know. yeah. >> thanks, larry. this sports report has been