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live from the kgo tv broadcast center this is abc 7 news. >> a twist in a missing persons case. a mother and young daughter from san francisco have been found. but we're learning tonight the search may have had more to do with the investigation of a man well known for being beaten by alameda county sheriff's deputies. i'm matt keller in for eric thomas. abc 7 news reporter alyssa harrington has been following the story all day. she just spoke with family members of the mom and daughter who are relieved they are safe tonight. >> i got off the phone with the mother of dana rinta. she wants to thank everyone who helped search for her daughter and granddaughter. dana rinta and her 1-year-old daughter scarlet were found safe and unharmed. they were reported missing yesterday, the same day fbi
agents raided a home in san francisco's visitation valley. they arrested stanislaus petrov who is rinta's ex-boyfriend. you can see him handcuffed led out of the house by the fbi n put in the back of a police car. >> we know at some point in time they were, in their conversation we want to have with her. >> reporter: investigators want to talk to rinta about him. petrov is also seen in this surveillance video. he's suing the sheriff's office after deputies were seen beating him last november. petrov led them on a chase to san francisco in a stolen car. now he's back in custody facing federal prosecution. >> as far as yesterday, that was federal investigation that we partnered with. it involves the fact that mr. petrov is not supposed to be in possession of firearms. >> reporter: i spoke with rinta's mother on the phone. she does not know petrov and
he's not scarlet's father. the mother and daughter had last been seen in balboa park. police won't say where they were found. a source says petrov is the suspect in a domestic violence case. the victim is his ex-girlfriend renta. in san francisco, elissa harrington, abc 7 news. the new details from san leandro. police believe someone has gone from shooting out windows to firing at people with a bb gun. dctsives just provided these pictures showing a man holding a bb gun and a car used in the crime. the vandals have also struck in other cities. you can see someone firing a bb gun in this surveillance video captured in january. more than 120 cars have been damaged since december. that adds up to about $60,000 in damage. you can see this video where a window was shot out on east 14th street. new details about a vandal mystery in monterey.
karen cummings provided this picture. you can see the head from a statue. a girl found the head in the tide pool at monterey's breakwater cove this afternoon. vandals knocked the statue's head off at the presidio in monterey in october. they also defaced a statue. pope francis canonized sara during his visit. a fire gutted a home in bay point just before 6:00. contra costa fire protection district provided this footage to abc 7. took crews about 40 minutes to put out the fire on lake view drive. a few people are expected to recover after being treat forward smoke inhalation. the fire caused about $300,000 in damage. developing news on the peninsula. cal train trains are not running southbound near center street and millbrae after a train hit and killed a woman earlier tonight. b.a.r.t. is assisting those that
were on the train. this isical tran's third fatality this year. a weekend skiing trip didn't happen for a group of students. a photo from the chp facebook page shows their charter bus on fire. this hand along interstate 80. 40 students were evacuated from the bus. some of their luggage was damaged. students were put on a bus back to san francisco. no word on what caused the fire. a group of teens from san francisco's bay view district are talking about a life-changing trip to africa. it's part of operation genesis. a program created by a san francisco police officer who also raised money for it. his mission is to enrich these young people's lives. abc 7's lisa amin gulezian has more. >> reporter: for many it was the first time they'd ever been on a plane or left northern california.
>> welcome home. >> reporter: the first to greet this group of tired and weary travelers is san francisco police chief greg sir. this was a trip full of firsts. the first time many used a passport. the first time most have left home. the first time ever truly seeing the world outside of the bay view. san francisco police officer jason johnson started "operation genesis" to give these kids a chance to change and grow. >> i realize they didn't really know about their culture, where they came from. and the struggle that really took place for them to have the opportunity they have. >> reporter: we there were as the teens left their neighborhood for the eight-day long trip. while in ghana they donated supplies to schools gave shoes to kids and spent time in villages. poverty was hard to ignore. >> it's a wake-up call to be grateful for everything. not everybody has it like this. >> some people don't have shoes nice clothes. we had everything and we can't
even say hello to one another. >> reporter: a sense of gratitude and community are two things mike l. gregory promises to build once he gets home because life in the bay view can be dark and lonely. >> to not have to walk past someone and i could be interactor smile. usually they take offense to that. i want to bridge that gap. >> reporter: this 16-year-old is starting with his own family and with this african unity bowl. >> when you walk in the house just to show that we're a family and have unity. >> reporter: mike is the youngest of seven and has a brother in prison. he's sure his brother would have made different choices had he gone on this trip. now it's up to these 12 to show the bay view all that they've learned. lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. in the east bay, former president clinton praised the next generation. >> said you thought this generation of young men and women right here, right now is the most poised of any
generation in your opinion you've seen to make real change? >> because they ask the how question more. and because they live in the most interdependent connected time in history and they are the most comfortable with our diversity and all its manifestations. >> abc 7 news was at uc berkeley as conan o'brien moderated the closing program of the clinton global initiative university. president clinton and his daughter chelsea led students from around the world in a discussion of world issues. it wraps up tomorrow with a day of community service. air bnb is coming after people who list more than one home for rent in san francisco. the 2014 law bans more than one listing on home sharing sites. 20% are controlled by hosts who break the law and list more than one property. san francisco chronicle reports the site is pledging to remove people who list more than one home for rent. what is old is new again for
sports fans in oakland. overstock.com has pulled out of its naming rights deal for the coliseum. abc 7 news was at the coliseum today when the giants visited the a's for a final spring training tune-up. the stadium is no longer known as the o.co coliseum. they'll still do other promotions with the a's. for the time being call it the coliseum or the oakland alameda coliseum. that goes back to when it opened 50 years ago. still to come at 11:00 -- >> put the gun to my waist and i didn't know what it was at first. >> terrifying moments for a young b.a.r.t. rider after a robber pulled a gun. tonight his mother demands answers. also a free coincidence in a deadly southern california plane crash. this airplane landed on the same exact interstate more than a decade ago. accuweather, cool along the coast today but rather warm inland. and soon everyone is going to
a 12-year-old boy is the victim of a brazen armed robbery inside a b.a.r.t. station. early last night the boy was returning home leading the eler is reito del norte station. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story you'll see only on abc 7. >> i was in shock. >> reporter: this parent says she never expected to get a call from her son saying he'd been robbed inside a b.a.r.t. station. >> scared. traumatized. >> reporter: her 12-year-old son talks about the chilling armed
robbery which happened at the el cerrito del norte station friday about 6:00 p.m. he was coming home from his cousin's house when a man came up from behind and told him to keep walking. >> he put the gun to my waist. i didn't know what it was at first. then i looked down and seen the gun. >> reporter: the man ordered him to keep moving down the station stairway. >> he had to start reaching in my pockets and felt my wallet. >> reporter: the suspect then demanded his backpack. >> did you give him your backpack? >> no. >> what happened? >> i pushed him off of me. >> reporter: the suspect got away. >> where are the police? there's a -- i know there's a police station at the b.a.r.t. station. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. police told us officers patrol station property but are not always inside. police are investigating the robbery and will review any security camera footage. but at this point there are few lead. last january a gunman shot and
killed a 19-year-old man on board a b.a.r.t. train in west oakland. some cameras may have been decoys and did not record the crime. a suspect is still at large. meantime this mom is glad her son was not hurt. >> we'll have to find other means of him traveling. >> reporter: mom says no more b.a.r.t. trips for now. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. an update into the case of a missing man from san mateo. michael schafer has been found dead in san francisco. he had been reported missing monday and his family was concerned he did not have his medications. tonight we know a san diego roller derby player died in a freak plane crash on a freeway. a single engine plane landed on its belly on interstate 15 north of san diego and skidded some 250 feet before slamming into the back of a nissan altima. ant net francis isabel was sitting in the back seat of the car and was killed instantly. she and her teammates were
parked on the shoulder while the driver adjusted its blue tooth when the plane hit the car. >> pretty nerve-racking seeing the plane coming over the top of me and slide over the road and hit that car. >> the plane's original owner is matt nokes who also briefly played for the giants. he had the plane custom built from a kit. he made an emergency landing in that same place on the same interstate 16 years ago. the plane will be towed to arizona so federal investigators can take a closer look at what happened. a report says the alaska airlines could be close to buying out virgin america. "the wall street journal" reported today alaska airlines has bid $2 billion for virgin. bloomberg sources said jetblue could still outbid alaska and block the purchase. it flies to 2 3 airports in the u.s. and mexico. the deal is expected to face heavy scrutiny from regulators.
solving a rubik's cube the most times while also pedaling a unicycle. today a man shattered the old record in fremont. >> the 16-year-old pedaled around a gusty track at fremont's american high school. every lap moved him closer to a new world record. and every movement of his rubik's cubes raised money for charity. >> for personal satisfaction and to help out the charity i'm fund-raising for. it helps human trafficking victims. >> the old record a mere 80. he solved 117 different cubes while pedaling beneath the afternoon sun. his fascination with unicycles began years ago. >> to try to break a world record. see what records are available for unicycles. he can do rubik's and seemed a good fit for him. he's having a good time doing it. >> next up for farmer chasing a
record-climbing stair on his unicycle. turning to weather. looks like we're in for quite a ride with our temperatures. meteorologist drew tuma joins us now. >> live doppler 7 hd showing you it's a dry radar scan. the next five to six days. not going to have much activity at all on it. outside we go. live look from pier 15. notice a lot of clouds starting to chop off the top of the building in the financial sdructs of downtown san francisco. a lot of us wake up to this sight tomorrow. should see a good amount of sunshine. where we have those low clouds temperatures in the 40s and 50s. 46 in novato. 51 in san francisco with the cloud cover. 52 in oakland. 54 in san jose. where we have those clear skies ants antioch still on the mild side. everyone is going to drop into the 40s and see that cloud cover as it makes its way inland.
overnight up to 48 in oakland. 47 san jose. and napa a cool 43. a repeat performance by mother nature. carbon copy of today tomorrow. cloud cover first thing. spots starting out in the 40s. by midmorning and early afternoon, clouds burn off. a fair amount of sunshine. and temperatures very comfortable. especially inland as they warm into the 70s. highs for sunday microclimate. 72 san jose. 71 in cupertino. 69 for milpitas. along the peninsula. 65 san mateo. along the coast, 55 the high in pacifica. downtown san francisco afternoon sunshine up to 62. 5 d the high in daly city. 74 cloverdale. 69 sonoma. 68 in vallejo. east bay, clouds sunshines 68 berkeley. up to 69 the high in hercules. antioch, 78.
73 san ramon. 74 the high in livermore. we continue to have a beach hazard statement in effect until tomorrow evening. there's an increased risk of stronger than normal rip currents. as we continue to heat our atmosphere, and little in the way of moisture, pollen and soot very high levels. trees are oak birch and cedar. uv index is high. the sun just as strong as it is in august. you can burn quickly. into monday, still onshore wind. rather mild in the 70s. wind begins to shift on tuesday. a lot of 80s start to pop up. around the bay we're going into the 70s. and the peak of the heat is on wednesday. we'll see a lot of 80s on the board. with the land breeze even the coast is equally as warm.70s to low 80s. not out of the question for a few spots to reach the 90-degree mark. accuweather forecast.
warm inland. sunny on monday. sun soaked on tuesday. downright hot on wednesday with a couple of 90s popping up. beach weather continues on thursday. and a dramatic drop in temperatures by friday. in the 60s. saturday a slight chance of some showers out there. the next couple of days temperatures going up and up. >> stay cool. getting back in the
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for the first time an animal is getting treated in a hyperbaric chamber. it's usually reserved just for people. but doctors in seattle are hoping it will help this rescued sea turtle named tucker. he was found stranded and near death on the oregon coast. they hope the treatment will help him float again so he can be safely released back into the pacific ocean and able to dive for food. we're talking about turtles. now we're talking about sharks.
the wildcats blew it open. if villanova outscored the sooners by 30 in the second half. bridges with the big finish. it was 0 no for them as buddy hill was held to just nine points. the wildcats win as oklahoma suffers the most lopsided loss in final four history. >> they just dictated on both ends of the floor. they were great. we didn't respond very well to it. not happy about that, of course. but we got whipped in every day. in the other semifinal, syracuse was trying to upset north carolina. the tar heels marcus page with the nice touch pass to kennedy meeks for the dunk. carolina led by 17 before the orange made it interesting. malachi richardson cuts the lead to seven. carolina -- some nice passing here sets up jackson for the dunk.
the tar hills win 83-66. they'll play villanova monday night for the national title. the playoff-bound sharks were in nashville tonight. a victory would tie the franchise record for most road wins in a season. the predators led 2-0. san jose cut the lead in half early in the third. midway in the immediate, it's hurdle again redirecting this burns shot. that tied the guam at two. they'd go to a shootout. couture shoots and scores. that meant nashville had to answer here. craig smith was the hesitation but doesn't fool james rimer. sharks win. their 27th road win ties the franchise record. espn is quoting sources which say the niners have a basic agreement in place to trade colin kaepernick to denver. if he refuses to restruct are his contract, the deal might not happen. kaepernick is due to make almost $12 million this season and has a salary cap number of almost
$16 million. to get him, the broncos need kaepernick to restructure his contract. take a cut in pay. if terms can be worked out, the niners would likely receive a midround draft pick. this sports report has been brought to you by river rock casino. later in the show, the a's and giants wrap up the bay bridge series and you'll hear from the warriors head coach steve kerr. still a chance to set the single season record for most wins. >> fun times. >> soccer and hockey. >> thank you. leonardo dicaprio in a showdown with indonesia. what the country says he did that could get him blacklisted from returns. all her books destroyed in a fire. an author steps up to
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center this is "abc 7 news." >> good evening. i'm matt keller in for eric thomas. police in san leandro are looking for a man shooting at people with a bb gun. they gave us these photos of a man and the car used in the crime. he may be the same man caught in january firing at cars. 12 teens from the bay view in san francisco just got back from a life-changing trip to africa. san francisco police officer jason johnson started "operation genesis" to give bay view kids a chance to champg and grow. teens spent time in ghana and donated school supplies to impopp pofim impoverished children there. the head of the statue was found in a tide pool in
monterey. turning to politics, republicans and democrats are trying to convince undecided voters in wisconsin before that state's primary on tuesday. wisconsin could play a huge role. devon dwyer has more. >> the next president of the united states, donald j. trump. >> reporter: after a rocky week on the campaign trail, donald trump calling in reinforcements. the opening act in wisconsin this weekend, sarah palin. >> she's just an amazing -- she has that energy and the big brain power. >> reporter: trump quickly addressing recent numbers that show him struggling ahead of tuesday's primary trailing ted cruz by double digits. >> i'm not doing well because nobody knows my message. >> reporter: cruz showing his confidence in wisconsin, leaving the state to court delegates in north dakota. >> it is entirely possible that men and women gathered here will decide this entire primary. will decide this nomination. >> reporter: if trump loses
tuesday, the chances of a contested convention getting much higher. something john kasich has said favors him. >> the key is to accumulate delegates and be able to build momentum going into the conventions. >> reporter: tuesday's wisconsin primary also pivotal for the democrats. bernie sanders keeping on message hitting front-runner hillary clinton on environmental issues. >> i will phase out fracking. secretary clinton when she was secretary of state actually pushed this technology. >> reporter: behind the scenes, the campaigns going back and forth over a date for the next debate. and those campaign contributions from the oil and gas industry. at her event clinton stayed focused on the issues. >> it helped american companies, a lot of them right here in wisconsin. but senator sanders doesn't like it because it occasionally helps a big company. >> reporter: the latest polls put clinton and sanders in a
dead heat. devon dwyer abc news. president obama held a dinner at the white house to discuss what he might do next. the obama presidential center, museum and library will be built in chicago's south side. passenger flight to the brussels airport are set to resume in the next few hours. the airport has been closed since terrorists detonated two bombs there. the few flights departing will leave from a temporary building. new security will be in place including scanning people and luggage before they can enter the airport. 35 people died in the attacks at the airport and a subway station march 22nd. deltsa airlines announced it will suspend service from brussels to atlanta until next year. they'll continue a flight from jfk as soon as the international terminal fully reopens. it will reaccommodate anyone who has already booked their flights. amazon founder jeff bezos has launched and landed a
reusable rocket for the third time. it took off from west texas late this morning. this is video from a previous landing. some day they hope to use the rockets to carry passengers for space tourism. each rocket lasting through 100 launches. the falcon 9 rocket goes much farther and faster reaching orbit orbit. it landed safely on the ground in december but spacex has yet to reland a reusable rocket on a platform. leonardo dicaprio may be banned from indonesia. he made a critical post on instagram after his one-day visit to a protected park in sumatra. the government supports his concern to save ecosystems but can blacklist him if he keeps posting about indonesia on social media. a magazine has apologized to
george clooney for running a fabricated article. quotes were picked up from media outlets around the world. clooney said the quotes are not accurate. they said they bought the interview in good faith from an agency. it apologized to clooney and his wife. when fire destroyed a familiarly's home, a little girl lost her most prized possession. thanks to one author who put out the all to health, a new capitaler. cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: fire tore through heidi van summerin's house a few weeks ago. not one thing left. all her books destroyed. >> we just kept saying it's going to be okay. >> reporter: a few days later, children's author and illustrator bob shay came to heidi's school and asked her to draw with him and gave her their picture to keep. she loved it. then he tweeted asking for books saying let's send her some. and help came. from authors illustrateors, librarians and so many more. box after box of books, a
delivery of hope. >> for her to see okay we lost our house. we lost all these things but look. what a nice thing that can happen. >> reporter: heidi is loving her new books. >> i read to my parents when they tuck me in sometimes. >> reporter: her favorite, "the kissing hand." >> whenever you feel lonely just press your hand to your cheek and think, mommy loves you. >> reporter: and now she has a special message for all those fellow readers who chipped in to help her turn a new page. >> i think he and his friends are pretty great. >> reporter: cecilia vega, abc news, new york. going beyond smart cars to the smart streets. next, we'll take you to the bay area city testing what could be revolutionary technology. a bull on the run in new york city. the celebrity that stepped in to
area city where the streets are getting smarter, too. >> sunnyvale has always provided itself on being an innovative city. we have several companies here in sunnyvale. nissan tesla. >> reporter: nissan is part of a partnership with the city and a local start-up savari. they are building cars that talk to each other to prevent accidents. >> the algorithm the car ahead or behind you is an imminent threat. >> reporter: it will warn you before you rear-end someone. its job is to look three seconds into the future. >> and that is our blind spot warning. >> reporter: what if these cars could also talk to traffic signals. if a driver is about to run a red light. >> could adjust the signal light to stop other cars that maybe don't have that technology from going through the intersection. >> reporter: they installed these boxes at a handful of
intersections. if every traffic light could talk to your car it could prevent more than accidents. it could prevent traffic. adjusting lights on the fly when traffic is backed up and when it's not. >> when you are the only car on the road and come up to a light and it is red why doesn't it turn green? now it would be green by the time your car got there. >> reporter: that same display that warns about hazards could tell you about the light you're sitting at. >> you'd know how long the light is going to turn red. >> reporter: they could require these regulators in cars in 2019. they predict it could help traffic. they may sell radio kits for older cars. >> and save potentially 20,000 to 30,000 lives a year. i'm very excited about that. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. a former talk show host and comedian jonathan stewart wasn't joking around when he helped
secure a bull. stewart and his wife personally drove it to the farm. stewart's wife is on the board of the farm's sanctuary. time to check in with meteorologist drew tuma for a final check on the weather. no bull in the weather department. >> i hope so. live doppler 7 hd. we're rain-free. we have a fair amount of cloud cover building on the coast. tomorrow morning you'll wake up to mainly overcast skies and low stratus clouds. 47 in san jose. 48 in vallejo. 48 in fremont and antioch, 49. as you plan out sunday, first thing you have that cloud cover at 7:00 in the morning. the second half of the morning a lot of that cloud cover will burn off. it's a good amount of sunshine with high cloud. temperatures similar to where we were today. upper 70s. a lot of 60s around the bay.
the cloud kind of -- temperatures topping out in the upper 50s. the major shift will happen midweek. what will happen is high pressure will buildhe east of us. that will bring a nice wind surging warmth out of the south. that means temperatures on wednesday some 15 to 20 degrees above normal. future tracker temperatures we jump ahead into wednesday. you had that land breeze. the coast equally as warm. upper 70s to low 80s. and warmest spots on wednesday closing in on 90 degrees. accuweather seven-day forecast. warm inland on sunday. monday mostly sunny and sun-soaked tuesday. wednesday, hot. by thursday, still looking like beach weather friday. temperatures go down dramatically to the 60s. by saturday, slight chance of showers out there one week from today. >> thank you, drew. rick quan with sports. and the warriors don't lose two in a row. they rarely ever lose one in a row. >> it's rare. they haven't lost two in a row
the record home game winning streak is over. but the warriors can still break the bulls single season record of 72 victories by winning five of their last six games. head coach steve kerr was on that chicago team 20 years ago and says there are a lot of similarities between that group and this warriors team. even losing at home late in the season is something the bulls squad led by michael jordan went through. >> you remember was it the same? was all the -- >> exactly the same. honestly exactly the same. constant media questioning about
the streak. in fact if you look back at that season we lost two home games in the last week or ten days of the season. both by a basket or one point. we were, i think i want to say like 37-0 or something. and that season at home. we lost two of our last four. when we did break the record in milwaukee, i still remember it. it was a horrendous basketball game. we won like 85-80 or something. so yeah, same kind of thing. constant scrutiny. a little slippage in our execution. eking out wins and so it does feel the same. >> tomorrow the warriors host the blazers. tonight portland took on miami. jerals henderson grabs the rebound and goes coast to coast. oakland's damian lillard had 18 points but lobs it up to mo.
portland led by 25. later henderson splitting the defense for the jam. the blazers beat the heat 110-93. the giants and a's open their major league seasons on monday. today they squared off for their final tune-up at the coliseum. jay reddick had some fun next door imitating steph curry's warm-up routine. hit from the hallway. the first two games at at&t the series moved to oak town. dubront has been named the a's fifth starter. had to leave after just one inning with tightness in his left forearm. matt kane. the a's new left fielder jumps on a hanging curve n sends it deep to left field for a solo home run. lowry flies to center. art spann should have it.
spann then gets another when he fails to pick up the ball cleanly allowing lowry to go around to score. the a's go on to score 4-1. >> we don't practice sprinting from home to home very often. it's usually if you are running that far, it's a nice easy jog. >> we were walking all the pitches. we got into some good situations. we had -- guys got on base. some double play balls. made a couple of mistakes. we did a lot of good things right today. >> besides the final four, the pga stop is in houston. jordan spieth gets this shot to go in for a birdie. he's still five off the pace. two guys who have never won on tour and tied for the lead jamie lovemark here. he fired a 70. he shares the top spot with tim herman. carded a 67. both are 11 under for the turn
toament. the winner earns a spot in next week's masters. 20 years ago eric winnals alda scored the first goal in mls history. the two teams played again tonight. gets it to adam john who ties the score in the 88th minute. that would be the final, 1-1. this abc 7 sports report has been brought to you by river rock casino. in case you missed it, north carolina versus villanova for the national title monday night. the early sprint has the tar heels a two-point faufrt.vorite. >> after two blowouts today, should be an exciting dramatic game. >> nice to see the earthquakes with the tie there talking about the clash. >> they were called the clash back then. >> i had a clash hat with the scorpion. never understood why a scorpion was the mascot for the team. >> a collector's item.
>> yeah. and and eric wynalda so it was cool for soccer back then and they moved to texas and we got them back for -- >> pretty cool. thank you rick. that's it for tonight. i'm matt keller. abc 7 news continues tomorrow morning at 5:00. for drew tuma and rick quan, thank you for joining us. have a good night, everyone.
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