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live, this is abc 7 news. trump tweets a cinco tweet. you will notice there you see a picture of trump smiling over that taco bowl. >> melissa harrington is in the news room >> taco bowl is not an authentic mexican dish. >> donald trump's lunch is leading a bad taste in the mouths of some voters. republican shared this picture on social media writing happy cinco de mayo, of the best are made in trump's taco
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love hispanics. >> i think it is definitely is rallying more votes. we have seen it and i take up in just the act of people trying to be high and trying to do something to stop donald trump. >> according to our abc news, 81% of hispanics disapproved of trump. >> mary young of the democratic party, calls this a weak attempt to connect with hispanics. he's ill naalienated for months. >> i don't think anybody is going to buy that. >> cinco de mayo is an important time festivity of the partnership of the state. >> people get offended too ea
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easi easily. >> san francisco, alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. in san jose, police are trying to keep the festivities safe. >> new at 11:00 live in downtown san jose with the story there. >> reporter: so far so good downtown at least. it is a different story on the east side. traffic is backing up and shows are starting over there. over here, downtown along the main drive, you can see things are going smoothly. if problems did start, officers would move in and start diverting cars out of the area. >> cinco de mayo celebrations kicked in high-gears once the sun went down. >> people come from all over just to party in san jose. to handle the extra crowd, please have a plan >> we can manage the crowd and keep pedestrians moving.
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>> this is why managers at this mexican grill downtown are closing early tonight. >> jose teo says it is better to close early and be safe. that's the most important thing because we are in a spot where anything can happenrió s2 outsi. >>4 bullies are focusedgf in n downtown: and east san jose. íáask force are also1 helpingpc tonight. >>ú:dstill, it is alltt about keeping the celebration safe. in san jose, abc 7 news. it just came out of nowhere. >> i thought it was an earthquake at first. >> oh, you heard it. severe weather thundering through parts of the bay area today startling people through
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con ta costa county. >> the middle school were briefly evacuated when the alarm sounded. because of the storm, all of those kids at o' harrell were rushed inside the storm. the storm is not over. >> that's right, especially going into tomorrow, let me show you live doppler hd right now, it is all quiet. the showers have led up for the time being. here is the how much rain we received so far. santa rosa at 200 and fairfield at 600 of an inch. one is a light system and five is severe. this one is one. and there is still potential for thunder with small hail. here is your time limit as we head into tomorrow morning of 5:00 a.m. showers east of
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gilroy, they begin to increase at 8:00 a.m. as you might be driving those kids to school and continuing at 10:00 a.m. i will be back for our hour by hour time line including your weekend, coming up. a woman walked away from a scary crash in san jose. sky 7 is over the scene, she slammed right in the power pole. >> one firefighter went to the hospital. 15 near by homes were evacuated. these pictures were from alameda county fires. police had to deal with another dispatch outage tonight. the system was down this morning and now is backup and running. >> officers could not stand to receive information about 911 calls on computers. they had to call in dispatch and take notes instead. >> we are learning new details
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of the personal help that the east congressman is facing. he came forward today confirming that he is battling cancer. . >> mark desonya remember how he felt when he was diagnosed with cancer. he had the most common form of leukem leukemia. one of his first questions was should i resign. >> he began six months of chemo thera therapy practically still serving in congress. >> i want to prove to myself that i can do it. >> all of those things were meant to demonstrate to myself that i could continue to perform at the most difficult times of the treatment at a high level. >> he wants to see more focus on
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the investing and breakthrough medical treatments. >> more people will live as i will and i will be able to see my kids have their kids and serve in congress in a way that i think is empathetic and determined. congressman's health will be monitored. his cancer managed hyper tension or diabetes. abc 7 news. well, still ahead tonight with tonight's team investigation that you will only see on abc 7 news. >> this is the rifle used in the crime that got a man death sentence more than 30 years ago. coming up, what this case says about our broken system. >> a high pursuit. we have the dramatic ending. >> stay with us, here is a look at what's coming up tonight at "jimmy kimmel live." >> thank you, look at what we made just for you. [ laughter ]
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his own children will rot in prison. >> our dan is here with the exclusive report. >> it is now at its lowest level of the death penalty partly a moral ground. the major part is the system of pairing out a death sense is seriously broken. >> i am not afraid of anybody in this world except for my dad. >> jay stanley was 5 years old. his sister was 6 years old as they headed to school. their father gerald jumped in the passenger's door and opened fire. >> i remember him dragging my sister out of the car and i remember chasing him.
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>> he left you. >> why? >> i don't know. >> jay ran back to the school all along to see his mom on the ground beneath the white sheet. >> he had no problem killing my mom >> gerald stanley spent four and a half years in prison. within months getting out, his new wife diana lynn went missing. that next year, his next wife cindy rogers, was about to report abuse. he shot her across the high as she sat by the pool with her son. [ inaudible ] >> stanley denied the murder but got convicted. prosecutors connected him to another woman, rene wright, found dead in that same summer tossed in an oil well >> don anderson works on the
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case and now he's trying to get stanley's death sentence confirmed. stanley has been on death row for 32 years. >> you abolish the death penalty or you enforce it. there is no sense of having it if you are not going to use it. >> reporter: stanley has two competing set of attorneys. his defenders are filing appeals to save his life. his private attorneys is fighting the following stanley ready to die. >> there is something about this system where the death penalty just becomes a form of suicide. >> santa clara university's alman is an expert.
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panel recommended many changes. the study that costs $1 million was published in 2008. >> what improvements have been made? >> nothing. a report has been filed away on the shelf of legislatures. they have not addressed any of those problems. >> so death penalty cases such as gerald stanley dragged on. the national average is half that. >> chase stanley tells me his father had put to death decades ago. now, that stanley want to die, jay would like him to sit there and suffer. >> it seems like he's having it the easy way out now. i don't want that. >> my mom didn't get the easy way out. i don't think he should. >> the state last put someone to death in 2006. off chance to vote on this issue
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in november. either way, something has to be done. >> yeah. >> thanks dan. great story. >> now, to the dramatic conclusion to a police chase and two hour scandal in southern f,s california. s.w.a.t. team used smoke and a police dog flushing out the man who got barricaded from his car. it started from a chase went from compton to carona. >> the driver you see there weaved his way through rush hour traffic. he sideswipe a number of cars on his way. the black mercedes was linked to gun on monday. watch out, some of it is coming off the green market. 7 on your side investigates how you maybe buying sub-standard
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stuff without knowing it. new at 11:00. celebrating tonight after landing and even scientists were not 'n5szpredting. [ cheers ] >> the3 down aeg little hour ago. >>dp the lanning wasgy suppose be tough bek> it is incredible. >> they have a reason to be happy. let's focus on the weekend's weather. >> our meteorologist sandy pa tell tel is here with us. >> live doppler 7 hd is showing you quiet weather right now. this is ground clutter in the south bay. it is been snowing in the
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sierra, nevada. here is a time line from earlier this evening showing you the rain and the snow flakes. nice to see it pretty late in the season but that'll continue as we head towards tomorrow. here is an area of low pressure sitting here off the coastline. this is bringing us this unsettled pattern over a thousand lightning strikes in california just today alone. >> we do have clouds around and a chance of showers will continue through saturday. isolated thunder and hail is possible. we have been using this system to rank storms from one through five all season long from winter to spring. five is the severe storm and one is light system and the current one we are going with the one. scattered showers will continue through saturday and rainfall amounts 500 to 4/10 of an inch.
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there is a potential for thunder and hail tomorrow. tomorrow morning if you are a commuter at 5:00 a.m., you are looking at cloud cover, this model is just updated. 7:00 a.m. some showers beginning to approach. by 8:00 a.m., you are watching to work, you need to make sure you have your rain gear. showers will be increasing. the yellow indicating the moderate rain at noontime still going pretty widespread. at 2:00 p.m., most of the focuses are in the east bay and peninsula and santa cruz mount and the south bay. saturday morning, we'll see a batch of showers as that lows move into southern california. 10:00 a.m. saturday if you are doing early things orrer plans and make sure you are aware of the fact. isolated showers will continue into your saturday evening and then it is all done in time for mother's day plans. >> first thing tomorrow morning, it will be in the 50s and cloudy
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out there. temperatures will range from upper 50s to upper 60s as you take a look at the accu weather seven-day forecast, we go on the one on our scale for the next two days. showers basically continuing mother's day lies a little brighter and milder. the warming trend will take us into next week when we'll start to see mid-80s in land on our accurate forecast on wednesday and thursday. our mike will be here from 4:30 i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots.
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if you were born during these years, the cdc now recommends that you get a blood test for hepatitis c. so talk to your doctor and find out if you have hepatitis c. it could save your life. know more. back now with an incredible show in the sky, you are looking at 100 drones high above palm spring. this is video provided by intel. every move was choreograph. >> intel hopes to take to the sky with 1,000 drones at once some day >> pretty cool. >> yeah, it is kind of neat. >> larry is here with sports. >> how many overtimes did we go
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to? >> three. >> incredible hockey game tonight. sharks in triple overtime. you are going to end this thing but there is controversy in that. sports is next. the abc 7 news app on aha! oof! weee! slurp. mmmmmm. cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares.
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feel the difference with k-y ultragel. good evening, the sharks and predators only in the nhl triple overtimes tonight. it was thrilled and yes, there was controversy. game three. >> shots to the net. sometimes you get lucky. 1-1 game at that point. underwood taking it to fred. sharks' power playoffs. deflects off the right hand of roman right there. and the sharks would take a 3-2 lead.
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james neal off the rebound and tied to three a piece. neal fires off to overtime. that's when the game is really beginning. >> he clashes into the arena. he was pushed by a predator from behind they still call goalie interference. a terrible and awful call. >> triple ot and there it is. good night, game over and drive home safely. pr predators won 4-3 and tied the series at 2-2. cinco de mayo, the rockies brought it back. homer for a 13 running inning for the rockies. rockies sends ten bats do not expect to see steph
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curry on the court in game three. >> h >> his knee is not ready. the good news is curry has not had any setbacks and there was no sign of a limp when we saw him walking today. we'll have to wait until game four on monday and doubtful for game three >> what day is it, thursday? >> yeah, probably not. >> he did not practice with the team. he is wrapping up things in the weight room. he did get on the floor on the floor on the side while we were practicing. he's going through some movement but still has not practice with the team yet. >> got to wait. >> abc 7 sports brought to you from our rocky casino. the sharks just agony losing. >> yeah, it is tough. >> all right, abc 7 new


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