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broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> developing news at 11:00, a boy is wounded after a triple shooting in berkeley. police are at the scene searching for clue. good evening and thank you for injoing us. i'm ama daetz. >> i'm dan ashley. this happened before 8:00 this evening on parker street near san pablo avenue near berkeley. >> alan wang joins us live from the scene. alan? >> reporter: ama and dan, it happened about half a block down from the corner of san pablo where i am standing. police say three young men were shot while parkeddal the 1100 block of parker street. two of them, a 16-year-old and an 18-year-old are in critical condition with head wounds. one was shot in the eye and the other was shot in the
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arm. witnesses say they noticed a group of unfamiliar young men gathered around the car this evening. >> i heard four shots, boom, boom, boom, boom. i run away to the window and i saw those guys running inside in front of the street. >> they are not sure how many people they are looking for or whether they escaped on foot or in a car. police say triple shootings are a rare occurrence and shooting of any kind are not very common in this part of town. reporting live in berkeley, alan wang, abc sf news. >> thank you. new at 11:00, a school beating was caught on camera and it is most unusual. a female high school student could be seen taking down a male student. tonight this video is going viral. now school officials are responding. >> it happened at sonoma
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county high school. katie reports, katie? >> what the cell phone captured was social media. facebook specifically i am told where a pro-fighter saw the video and chose to repost-it which is why it has gone viral. he was bullied in high school and that's why he wanted to post the video. a take down and knee to the face. the fight happened at sonoma valley high school. a student posted video to facebook which caught the attention of the professional brazilian jujitsu fighter. >> i asked what happened and would you mind if i posted it. >> the school district says the girl goes to nearby creek side high school. the boy who attends sonoma valley made comments on her facebook page. she confronted him and he threw water at her.
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that's not captured on video. what is has been viewed more than 12 million times from dale's page alone. >> i posted it with the caption of what i was told and what i heard. it spiraled out of control. >> administrators took appropriate action in accordance with the school district policy. but they wouldn't elaborate on the policy. >> have the confidence to walk away and don't let it affect you, but sometimes you walk away and need it to protect yourself. >> it resonated for him. >> when the video goes viral it shows it affects a lot of people. >> they say the girl was suspended and the boy suffered a black eye and attending school. abc7 news. el nino's punch is back
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after several days of warm winter weather. we are getting ready for the return of rain. you are taking a live look at our abc7 roof camera. let's get to sand yaw patel -- sandhya patel. >> el nino has weakened, but it is not done with us yet. let's check out live doppler 7hd. here is our storm coming in for your wednesday. on our storm impact scale we have been rating the system all winter. one is light and five is severe. for a couple weeks we haven't been showing this because we haven't had storms. the last time we had rain was early february and that's going to change. this is a moderate strength storm wednesday into thursday morning. a outer qaer -- a quarter to a 10th of an inch. your morning commute is fine. 10:00 a.m. we see showers developing and in the san thank you cruz mountains and the -- santa cruz mountain. i'll let you know when the heaviest will hit and how long it will stick around and a look at the wind advisory
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coming up. ama? >> thank you so much. apple is under orders to help the fbi break into one of its own iphones. it belonged to sigh -- faruk. lisa mean gulezian said it was caught between a privacy and national security judgement the fbi believe faruk's iphone has vital information about isis and the attack that killed 14 people. they can't access a pass word protected phone. they ordered the computer giant unlock its own system. things can get pretty hard and it will shutdown for an hour and after the 10th attempt it will wipe out and shutdown permanently. they want a code to disable the lock feature on faruk's
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phone. >> they want to try an infinite number of pass words which you can do with software in hopes to get the right one to get access to the phone. >> reporter: there are 10,000 four-digit possibilities. they have mixed reaction to the government orders. >> it will give them a right to go into everybody's phones. the government will use it against you all the time. >> if it is in an investigation i believe it is justified. i would feel comfortable doing that. >> lisa amin -- looy uh-huh mean go legion. they will be the center for the disease control prevention. 10 students committed suicide and some along the railroad track. that's five times the national average. the palo alto school district asked the cdc to investigate what's behind this. >> anytime we can leverage
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federal expertise, resources, support to really help us understand what is going on in our community it is valuable. >> they have collected data on teen suicides around palo alto. around the next two weeks they will conduct interviews and hold community meetings before making recommendations to help deal with this problem. tonight "nightline" looks at high schools to combat teen suicides. you will hear from former students and the principal. it airs after abc7 news and "jimmy kimmel live." the town of danville voted to ban short-term rentals like the ones you find on air b and b. they were at the town meeting hall where they voted 4-1 in favor of the ban. somebody purchased a residential home and converted rooms to rent. they worried about traffic and strangers on the street. she said she took it off the market last fall when she found out neighbors were upset, but she did you
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president -- she doesn't understand the concern. >> we haven't broken any law. we have not had one single nuisance phone call. >> danville has 16,000 homes and only a few available at short-term rentals. we will show you what is one of the coolest blenders. >> why are some backers cooling on the project. michael finney joins us live. >> reporter: this ice chest was started on kick kickstarter. the delay and what you need to know before you invest in kickstarter projects. >> and one of the republicans running for president has one of the biggest campaign controversy. >> and the dog taking top spot in west mile-per-hour sister. >> here -- west westminster. >> here is is proof we did do work today. >> maybe gwen might have had a
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and all of the bay area, this is abc7 news. you know, it was one of the largest kickstarter campaigns in the history. tens of thousands of people thought they were getting a steal when they backed april innovative product. >> more than a year later they are still waiting to get their deal. michael? >> nationwide this was a huge story a longtime ago. we are the ones telling you the rest of the story. it is to be among the first to
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get an ice chest with all of the bells and whistles. many of the backers are so steaming hot over the coolest cool. >> goodbye old-fashioned ice chest. hello coolest cooler. that's a promise made by ryan in this promotional video. >> first you have an 18-volt rechargeable blender. >> the coolest cooler comes with a removable blue tooth speaker and a water proof usb charger. in all 62,642 consumers would back the project on kickstarter raising a then record of 13.28 million in 2014. >> that's a very cool product. >> what i like the most is the ease of moving it around. >> it would have to wait. >> he says 50,000 backers paid at least $185 and was promised delivery a year ago.
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the problem is with the motor and then a factory strike in china and then delays. many were angry when the product was selling on amazon. >> i'll tell you this decision was not made lightly. but ultimately we want to make certain we can keep the lights on. >> when tim heard that his patience ran out. >> the straw that broke the camel's back and it said we are running out of money and we have a bunch of coolers and we are selling them on amazon. >> they wanted to get their coolers first. a pacifica man is among the signers. >> i am definitely upset about it. >> bob stein signed it too. >> not only had we not gotten ours yet, but somebody else would get them before us. >> they said the deal it signed before the delays required it to sell on amazon.
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the university of pennsylvania professor found the more money raised the more likely a kickstarter prog -- project will be delayed. >> they try to add in features and make things more complicated and it delays production. >> shortly after the petition bob and tim received their coolers. kevin? he's still waiting. in a written statement while we have a ways to go before we fulfill the backers, everyone will get their cool list. >> now it is a sit and wait game. >> the company p won't answer how many of the 35,000 coolers it says it has made, but thisy expect all of the backers to receive coolers by spring. >> you'll keep tabs. >> thank you, michael. presidential candidate jeb bush got a huge reaction to a twitter post, though not what he wanted. he posted a picture of a handgun on twitter with the caption "america" it quickly
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was a mim with thousands mocking the post. one person replaced bush with please clap. the primary is this saturday. it is an important primary. >> certainly is. our weather is quite important and we are finally getting a change. >> and sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> it is hard to believe after two day of record heat we will see rain. we will be tracking it and right now the clouds are on the increase. here is a live look from the emeryville camera. the record highs today we had quite a few. sfo at 72. oakland downtown was 82 degrees shattering the old record. well above normal, moffet field and salinas in the month of february. it is still very mild in san francisco and oakland in the mid60s along with san jose and mountain view. we will lose some of the heat and it will be cooler as we head toward tomorrow.
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wet and windy tomorrow. a sharp drop in temperatures with scat tared showers for your thursday. on the storm impact scale it is a two. wednesday into thursday morning a quarter to .60 of an inch of rain for most areas. 45 to 50 miles an hour over the higher elevations could cause some issues. at 10:00 a.m. on wednesday a few showers are developing. it is going to take awhile before the rain gets through the dryer air and the system has slowed down a bit. as we head toward noon the showers are beginning to approach the coastline and we will slowly spread into our inland valleys. by 4:00 p.m. we are looking at widespread light to moderate rain. moderate to heavy at 6:00 p.m. at 7:00 p.m. we will see pockets of moderate to heavy rain. 8:00 p.m. wednesday we still
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have the rain going and then turning to scattered showers. at 4:00 a.m. you will have slippery spots on thursday. and then continuing into 6:00, 7:00 thursday morning as you head off to work. you'll have to watch out for the slick roadways. 11:00 a.m. the showers are winding down. obviously much needed rain in the bay area. as far as rainfall totals, like i mentioned most areas are .20 to .60 of an inch. it means winds are accompanying the storm. it covers all of the mountains. 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. gusts 45 to 50 miles an hour. keep that in mind. be aware of the fact that it may be a bit hard to drive on the roadways. winter storm warning wednesday 4:00 p.m. to thursday 4:00 p.m. gusts to 55 to 24,000 feet. they will get a hefty boost
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was gee get -- get to the highest elevations. tomorrow morning a mild start. temperatures in the 50s with all of the cloud cover. much cooler tomorrow. you'll need to bring back the jackets and sweaters and not only that we will see the windy conditionss and the wet weather developing and spreading. it is a far cry from the record heat we've been seeing. the accu-weather seven-day forecast, it is more like winter. on friday it is a chance in the north bay. we are in the 60s through saturday. sunday the temperatures go into the 70s. it is sunny for your weekend and then a chance late on tuesday on the accu-weather seven-day forecast. mike nico will be here tracking storm so stay tuned. >> perfect, thank you, sandhya. still ahead at 11:00, the winner at westminster. >> the
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back to work. steph curry and company are chasing the regular season record of 72-10. earlier this season the warriors coach talked about steph curry's style which is bad for the game of basketball. kids want to be like steph and shoot three's and not work on the fundamentals. >> we've become special. i don't want anybody trying no shots right now. we need to work on the basic fund mental like he did. the things he made look easy put in a lot of time to accomplish that. that means player are incapable of doing the things he is doing. you have a special athlete coming along and you may not see this for a long, longtime.
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that is our report. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. from you will a of us here at abc news, have a great night.
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