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now from abc 7, live breaking news. >> that breaking news is in sonoma county where in just the last half hour, we've learned the identity of a man buried in a shallow grave. >> investigators say the man is 18-year-old kirk kimberly. he was reported missing october 17. pathologists says he was killed. police haven't released any information on how he died or if they have any suspects. >> we'll stay on top of this breaking news on our "abc7 news" app. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. >> katie is live with our developing story. katie?
>> reporter: hpolice say she wa a popular nanny who had worked in berkeley for years, so she had access to a lot of potential victims. they describe a particularly chilling case. >> i've had a chance to see the video myself, and there were a number of times where she looked up at the camera. >> reporter: police say this is the face of a suspected child abuser, 44-year-old ingrid perez. >> the parents installed a nanny cam in the child's room, and had video of the alleged abuse. >> reporter: court documents outline the alleged attack on a 6-month-old boy. perez then looks directly at the camera and hits the victim in the bottom, causing the victim to cry louder. >> are these types of crimes emotional events for the detectives involved? absolutely. >> reporter: it appears that she makes a fist and hits the victim with her knuckles, like she's
knocking on a door. officers arrested perez on her way to another nannying job monday morning. >> given the fact that she's been a nanny for a long period of time and given the fact that she works a lot with a number of different families, we felt the need to bring this forward. >> reporter: at this point, the baby boy is the only victim. he was treated at a hospital and had no signs of oven injuries. if you've hired her in the past and expect abuse, detectives would like a call. new at 11:00, police are looking for suspects in a double shooting that left one man dead near a school. it happened at 6:30 tonight. the other man went to the hospital. he is expected to survive. meantime, investigators are calling a disappearance suspicious. carla ramirez dropped off a
friend about 10:00 last night on 136th avenue. that's the last time anyone saw her. deputies found her car in hayward early this morning. investigators say she doesn't know anyone in hayward. new tonight, a false alarm forced an evacuation at sfo. josh johnson shared this video of the smoke alarms going off inside terminal one. other viewers showed video of people forced to stand out on the terminal. there was no smoke or fire. now to your voice your vote and the race for the white house. hllary clinton and donald trump hit the campaign trail tonight. >> election day is just five days away. we have the mad dash to get every last vote. >> talk about crunchtime, this race is locked in a dead heat
and both campaigns gearing up for a fight to the finish. barn storming the battleground states. >> i feel fired up and ready to go for five days. >> with your vote, we are just -- this is so hard to believe -- five days away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> reporter: the race for north carolina could go down to the wire. >> you know what the difference between winning and losing is? roughly two votes per precinct. so don't let anybody tell you their vote doesn't matter. >> reporter: trump also crisscrossing the tarheel state. >> you look at her e-mail situation. can we trust her with our security? >> reporter: both camps calling in the cavalry. bernie sanders had a hug for his former rival. >> but you see our influence
everywhere. we're not a minority, we're a majority. >> reporter: president obama delivering this ultimatum. >> make no mistake, all the progress we made goes out the window. >> reporter: donald trump supported by his wife in pennsylvania. >> he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? >> reporter: top clinton staffer huma abedin appeared at a fund raiser for the first time since the fbi found new e-mails on her estranged husband's laptop. tomorrow, clinton and trump will visit pennsylvania, michigan, ohio, and new hampshire. cornell bernard, "abc7 news." volunteers for both candidates here in the bay area are trying to get out the vote.
"abc7 news" was at the hillary clinton campaign headquarters. trump volunteers are also getting the message out. this is his campaign office in the south bay. remember, we have a valuable tool at abc7news.com/politics to help you prepare for election day. just click on the icon for your voice, your vote. and then enter your zip code and address to get a personalized resource showing you information of the candidates on your local ballot. officials are close to finalizing plans to build a suicide barrier on the golden gate bridge. the proposal calls for a net extending 20 feet from the edge of the side of the bridge. last month, the bridge voted to hire five new officers to patrol
the span to look for people who are suicidal. hundreds of disabled people in the south bay had a tough time getting around today after the fbi raided the offices of a transit service provider. >> katie? >> reporter: tonight, the board of directors approved a $12.5 million emergency contract with a company to continue transit services. they're trying to keep things as seamless as possible with the clients. but we talked with a disabled woman stranded at work. lcille was stuck at work more than an hour after she was supposed to be picked up. >> i was supposed to get my banking services done. i don't know if i'm going to be able to get to the market now. >> reporter: lucy is one of 7,000 people in the county who rely on outreach for the services. outreach works for vta, or at least it did until june. that's when an audit showed
millions of dollars in undocumented charges. vta canceled the contract. >> in addition to that, the board filed a lawsuit for false claims and fraud against outreach. >> reporter: vta turned over the audit to the district attorney and fbi, and today, the fbi executed a search warrant at outreach headquarters. >> we anticipate there may be some delays in getting responses back, but we will endeavor to make sure that those that are emergency are addressed first. >> reporter: vta was still using outreach as it transitioned away from the company. the job is now given to mv transportation. >> as a disabled person, it frustrates me. >> reporter: when we left lucy, she was calling a cab. thousands of people in the east bay with getting late-night deliveries but it's not pizza.
>> it's the post office. we're asking why these postal customers are getting their mail so close to midnight. plus, the traffic stop that ended in a heart attack. the new dash cam video showing the second by second emergency. and tens of thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit cosmetics have been confiscated. i'm tracking your weekend store with live doppler 7 hd. will it deliver? we'll have the forecast coming up. first, here's a look at what's coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy? >> let's come together to watch this. >> i know this is the jimmy kimmel stuff
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new at 11:00, this attracted a lot of attention on the peninsula tonight. redwood city fire tweeted this picture of water spraying high into the air. a car slammed into the hydrant, but nobody was hurt. what is a picture. well, it is 11:14. have you gotten your mail yet tonight? believe it or not, some communities are not seeing their mail carriers until after midnight. >> lisa joins us live from berkeley's main post office with the details. lisa? >> reporter: it's been going on since last september. mail carriers are even out at this hour delivering your mail. it's causing frustration and some safety concerns.
>> pretty bad. some days i work up to 15 hours a day. they just give you a headlight and tell you go out there. >> reporter: we caught up with this mail carrier who did not want to be identified, well after 6:00 p.m. that's the typical deadline. she's stuck in the middle of postal service problems, caused by staffing shortages. >> it's just not a good scenario for the customer or our emmoyees. we're dealing with it and we'll solve it soon. >> i'm fed up, other neighbors are fed up. >> reporter: in oakland, mail is on the street and sometimes it makes it to the right box. >> yesterday i got five different people's mail from five areas. >> reporter: and we found this mailman working in the dark, leaving residents here feeling
unsettled. >> it's election season, so are things coming on time? >> reporter: the post office plans to hire 300 more carriers soon. officer i officer's quick thinking on the side of a road probably saved a woman's life. >> oh, she's gone. >> no, she's not. >> officer jordan jones pulled a truck driver over for speeding. the driver jumped out and asked the officer to help. she gave her cpr until the paramedics arrived. she made it to the hospital. paramedics say she could have died. tonight, megyn kelly from fox news is claiming ex-ceo roger ailes harassed her.
the claims come in a chapter of kelly's book called "settle for more." he says roger ailes suggested she could climb the ladder faster if he slept with him. she says she rejected all of his advances. dangerous fake cosmetics tonight in the bay area. agents arrested a san jose woman this week who they say tried to sell more than $50,000 worth of counterfeit beauty products, products like these can contain hazardous substances. the woman faces up to ten years in prison. now to the weather forecast, election day and beyond. >> and it's looking good so far, sandhya. >> it sure is. let me show you an amazing sunset tonight. people were talking about it. there's good reason. yeah, from our east bay camera, check this out. look at the color, as the sun was going down at 6:08 tonight. lots of color there. and another burst of color from
our tower camera showing you that view of the after glow of the setting sun. see some of those high clouds there that gave us that extra color. it was a warm day today. we're heading into a warm one tomorrow. here's a sampling of what your temperatures will look like tomorrow. upper 70s in places like san jose. san francisco, 70 degrees. santa rosa, 74. oakland, 73. so get ready for another day like today. here are those high clouds on live doppler 7 hd, and here's a look at our drought situation. we have some encouraging news but not for the bay area. we are still, as you notice some of the oranges and red, severe to extreme drought. it is still dry along the coastline. here's where the encouraging news comes in. the northwestern portion of california, because it was so wet in october, is doing really well. 12% of california is drought free after years of suffering. hopefully this trend will carry on and continue to spread as we head into winter across the bay area. you're looking at a sparkling
san francisco tonight. visibility is terrific. 61 in terrific. oakland 59 with san jose and half moon bay 52 degrees. most of you in the low 50s in the north bay, except fairfield is down to 48 degrees. concord in the 50s and a live look from our kgo roof camera, no wind to speak of. you're looking at a chance of showers saturday night into sunday morning with a mild pattern next week. a high surf advisory remains up until 5:00 a.m. friday. about 18 feet at half moon bay, so sneaker waves, rip currents, still a risk. tomorrow morning, make sure you grab a jacket or a sweater. low 40s to low 50s, occasional high clouds. in the afternoon, a warm one in the south bay. 79 in gilroy. you'll need the sunscreen on the peninsula. half moon bay 70 degrees.
downtown san francisco, 70 degrees. in the north bay, low to mid seths from santa rosa to vallejo. oakland, occasional high clouds. 76 in livermore and walnut creek. weekend system is a 1, early sunday, light system. best chance of rain in the north bay, spotty. here's your hour by hour look. 9:00, the rain line moves into the north bay saturday night going into sunday morning. and then in the wee hours of sunday morning, a few wet spots but that's it. rainfall totals do not look impressive, nothing in the south bay to about 0.06 in the north bay. turn your clocks back one hour saturday night go into sunday morning. change your smoke detector batteries, as well.
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♪ hello, i'm in california dreaming of who we used to be ♪ ♪ hello from the other side >> that was an emotional video posted by tnt today of kevin durant's first matchup against the thunder set to "hello" by adele. >> larry beil had a front row seat tonight. >> he's live with highlights of a warriors blowout, larry. >> you know, kevin durant is normally a quiet guy, but his game spoke loud and clear tonight. durant takes his thunder buddies to the
larry beil live at oracle arena. coming in, kevin durant said this game was no big deal, playing against his old team, just another game. well, he came out breathing fire tonight against the thunder from okc. check out russell westbrook and the outfit he was wearing, wearing the photographer's only vest. russell loses the ball and it goes up and in. 20 points and 10 assists for westbrook. the thunder started talking smack. that got k.d. going, woke him up. the ws go on a 22-3 run.
durant, attacking the rim with authority. this game turned into a blowout. warriors by 25 at the half, not slowing down in the third. durant ties a career high with his seventh three-pointer. and in the fourth, k.d. showing up and showing up angry with a left hand. 39 points, 7 boards in 31 points against his old team as the warriors win 122-96. >> it felt like they rallied around me tonight, no matter what. that was a great feeling. but at the end of the day, we're just trying to get better. the most important thing, it's not about me but how we played tonight. 122 points tonight, that's a good game for us. >> mike shumann joins me now. a lot of yapping in this game. and you talked with russell westbrook after the game. >> he was very short and curt. he and k.d. were friends for eight years, they did not talk
before or after the game. they met three times at the rim. russell blocked him twice. and then, of course -- or kevin blocked him twice, russell blocked him once. afterwards, here's russell westbrook. >> need to get back to the film and watch and see where we can improve and see the mistakes we made. it was one game. we'll figure it out. we'll get ready for the next game. one game, one loss for us. we'll move on. >> and the warriors play the lakers for their next game. the sharks hosting the flames. carlson ties it up on the deflection. but calgary responds. matthew tkachuk scoring his second of the game as the sharks lose 3-2. abc 7 sports brought to you by ri river rock casino. fun night here at oracle.
k.d., this is turning into home sweet home for him. 39 and the fans loved it. >> looks like he's getting pretty quickly with this team, larry. >> well, even draymond green said, you know, it's going to take a little bit of time for kevin to know all of the warriors' plays. but they love having the luxury of a player who they can just flip the ball to and one on one, he's basically unstoppable. the thunder tried to guard him one on one a lot of times tonight. that's basically asking for a blind fold and a cigarette.
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