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francisco. an armed suspect who forced an entire neighborhood into lockdown is now in custody after a nearly seven-hour standoff. good evening. the standoff at a residential hotel effectively shut down one of san francisco's busies areas on what would have normally been a hopping friday night. it all happened at valencia and 16th streets in the mission. arriving on the scene shortly after the barricades started, sergio is live with breaking details. >> reporter: dan, valencia street was reopened a little more than an hour ago, but the police tell us that residents of the crown hotel, especially those on the third floor, where the suspect was holed up for hours, may not get into their rooms for a little while because that floor is still being processed as a crime scene. >> reporter: a busy section of the neighborhood remained in limbo for hours. the police even brought in muni buses to wait in and began working with the red cross in case this went into the night
and people will to sleep somewhere else. >> the tactical managers -- >> this all started about 2:00 p.m. police say they went from room to room inside the crown hotel offering his services. when he knocked on the suspect's door, theened it holding a gun. that's what prompted a response. >> so we're being evacuated from the building. >> three busy blocks of valencia street had to be cleared of residents, customers, and employees of businesses here. >> the police officer just told us you should run, you should run because we got out, and we were walking, and he was kind of gesturing towards us like you better run, you better run. he told us we were in the line of fire and ran out into the street. we were not under any kind of cover from what we could tell. it was a little chaotic and scary. >> we did see officers with ballistic shields escorting people closest to the danger zone. 12 hours into the standoff it finally ended.
>> she was taken into custody and then taken to a local hospital for a physical and psychological evaluation. reporting live in the mission district of san francisco, i'm -- abc 7 news. >> sergio, thank you very much. we've been sending out push alerts about this story since it stirs farther. new at 11:00, a first look at main arrested for a shooting that shut down eastbound interstate 80 des moines richmond. v grave condition. his passenger, a 24-year-old woman, was also injured. the chp credits witnesses for
helping them arrest suspects within hours of the shooting. also new at 11:00 the santa clara county sheriff's office has arrested a second person now in the beating death of an 86 -- or 88-year-old san jose woman. flow douglas, effectively known as miss flo died in october after fighting for her life for several weeks as we reported at the time. prosecutors charged zachary kuen with her murder saying he broke into her east san jose home and beat her savagely. tonight jennifer hernandez jiminez is also in custody being held without bail. detectives believe she helped conceal the crime. >> well, she is out there somewhere tonight, but the desperate search to find a woman with dementia lost in the woods like this won't resume until morning.
>> katie is live with new details tonight. katie. >> dan, the ground search was called off when the sun went down, but the san mateo county sheriff's office tells us aircraft continue to search this area and will continue to search the area through the night. as you can tell by the dark woods behind us here, finding someone in these conditions is no easy task. 56-year-old bethany was found thursday a little after 4:00 p.m. she was hiking with her dog on skyline boulevard in woodside. this woman lives on skyline. she says hikers get lost here all the time. >> a lot of people have come knocking on my door looking for their car. they just get turned around. >> 13 dorgz have been looking tore are for bethenny in wooded terrain. >> it's challenging for someone
from the air to be able it see anything, as well as the ground units. >> there's also the issue of bethenny's health. >> she has early onset of dementia, and so we're worried about where it is she might be located or if she knows where sle is. >> she's from mountain view. she had been staying at a bed and breakfast with her husband and 15-year-old son. her husband reported her missing thursday night around 7:00. she's 5'5", 140 pounds, and is wearing yoga pants and a pink shirt. >> i just hope they find her, and i'm going hiking tomorrow so hopefully they'll find her before i go on my hike, but i will keep my eyes open where. >> the sheriff's office says it's good the weather has been mild, and there's plenty of water to be found in the woods right now. the search resumes at first light. in woodside, katie, abc 7 news.
>> his father had nothing to say to us. the 35-year-old is accused of following a 14-year-old girl home offering her money and gifts and keeping photo coalages of young girls at his home. >> you have a defendant that's targeted young females and girls and harassed them repeatedly over the past few years. >> investigators say sani has applied for jobs at churches and schools. more possible victims have come forward. >> the wife of the orlando nightclub shooter will remain in jail even though a judge in oakland granted her bail last week. today a judge in florida decided she should not be released because the two talked about a club attack less than a week before it happened. she claims she didn't know the extent of his plans. new tonight an east bay attorney is suing president trump to try to stop this
controversial travel ban. the president signed the executive order on monday. it blocks travel from six muslim majority nations, except for people with visas issued before january 27th. in the complaint attorney andrew says the order harms the american people through discrimination. he also says that setting a date requirement for visas violates the constitution's equal protection clause. all right. mark your calendars. bart announced today its newest station will finally open for passengers on march 25th. a warm spring station extends bart service to southern fremont near the tesla factory. abc 7 news reporter katie is live at the warm spring station tonight, and, katie, commuters in that area can't wait. during this year's calend der w are going to see the east bay connected with the silicon
valley. bart's warm spring station will open in two weeks. >> i checked the little alerts and stuff, so i'm very excited. it will really cut my commute -- my driving commute a lot. >> it's shiny, new, and solar powered. also, the fact that we have 42 electric vehicle charging stations. those are solar powered as well. >> it's great for the people that live in san jose. they should have done it when they first built this thing. >> approved in 2007. the project has seen its share of hang-ups from funding to power and software issues. >> there have been three major delays, and so we're very excited to get past those and ready to begin service. >> some 7,000 people a day are expected to use the fremont, you may lose the perk of being the first stop, a shot at the seat. >> i won't have a seat available
by the time i go et to the station. >> then later this year the line will expand again to san jose's -- >> that will be useful because then we can go south using bart. >> new bart stops same old battle for a seat, but it's better than i-880. abc 7 news. a lot more to come. stay here. a local health official set an urgent new health alert about toxic tea. the side effects putting people in the hospital. we've had record rainfall across the bay area. you know that. it's busted the drought, but now there is an irritating down side. and i'm here with the up side. your weekend is here, and we have some winter warmth in the forecast. i'll show you the temperatures, the accuweather forecast coming up. >> thanks. we told you about these two men who held a mother and her baby at gunpoint. tonight there's good news to share out of this heart breaking story. all of that is ahead, but, firts, here's look at what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy. >> it's very important that you see this.
sfliefrmt developing news. san francisco's health department has released an urgent warning about a toxic tea. this is what it looks like. the health department says this herbal tea contains a deadly poison. it was purchased by two people from an herbalist at the sun wing world training company on grand avenue and china town. both a man and woman became severely ill and had to be hospitalized with life-threatening heart problems. it was that bad. the health department is now asking anyone who has this tea to throw it out immediately.
please don't take any chances if you have this stuff around the house. well, with spring around the corner, have your allergies kicked in yet? mine have started. a lot of people are sniffling and suffering. it's likely to only get worse. as cornell bernard explains, the early predictions are it's going to be bad. >> it's allergy, allergy, allergy. >> reporter: spring is almost here. the sun is shining, the flowers with blooming, the bees are buzzing. it's enough to make you time to reach for a tissue or two or three. >> we feel weak. >> she and her daughter are suffering from a monster allergy season. >>. >> coughing, sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes. >> it's a mess, right? >> it's a mess. >> record rainfall for the bay area rescued us from drought conditions are but it's producesing a down side. suzanne tweetd abc 7 about her allergy battle. i'm going to die.
i have a love-hate relationship with my state. >> the biggest complaint so far is definitely mold because of all the rain something. >> denise wood is not a physician but clinical director of advanced allergy solutions in san francisco offering patients a holistic approach to beating symptoms. >> no signs of congestion. >> marcus jones travelled from stackton for relief. >> the feeling of being uncomfortable, lack of concentration, lack of focus, stuffine stuffiness, drippy nose. >> marcus is seeing results here, but it's not for everyone. for others over-the-counter allergy medications offer relief from symptoms. >> i did not know it was allergy until my doctor told me. >> doctors say if your allergies persist, consult a medical professional for help. cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >> san francisco police are helping out a single mother and former
out money. police raised it to have that birthday party. there was also a go fund me page set township help them out. the tony award winning musical "hamilton" opened in san francisco tonight, and, yes, you can still get tickets. you just need a little luck on your side. it's now playing at the orpheum theater. one man who used to teach history at city college of san francisco told us that he can't wait to see the modern take on a founding father. >> producers are still selling 44 tickets to each performance. they're $10, and only available through an on-line lottery. to sign up for the next lottery go to abc 7 news.com or our abc 7 news app. you have to sign up two days before each performance.
"hamilton" in town finally after sweeping new york. the good news about those lottery tickets, they're apparently great seats. like in the first two rows. meteorologist sandy patel has a look at a nice-looking weekend. >> you'll want to take your plans outside because the weather is going to be fantastic. if you suffer from allergies like you and i do, oh, boy, the tree pollen is running high. here's the treat for you. the moon rising from our south beach camera. it was so clear outside earlier tonight that we were able to capture this live doppler 7 showing you clear conditions. that is not going to change much except for a few patches of fog by morning. temperatures right now in the are 50s and 60 rz. still comfortable. a look at the high temperatures. it was mild today. really above normal by a good four to nine degrees for this time of year. got up to 77 in cloverdale. 75 in santa rosa. low 70s. here's a look at your activity
notice gray skies around the bay shoreline. 8:00 a.m. also right along the coast, but watch what happens as we head into the afternoon. that fog just peels away, and you see clearing for saturday at 3:00 p.m. not for long because the fog will be waiting to come back on sunday. 73 degrees in santa cruz. highs for the saturday in the south bay, 74 san jose. nice mild day on the peninsula. 71, redwood city. low to mid 60s. downtown san francisco sunshine and 66 degrees. in the north bay a lot of low 70s around vallejo. 75, though, in santa rosa and the east bay. 70 in oakland. shades and sunscreen is what you will need if you want to sit out and soak up the sun. this is your day. 75 in livermore and concorde. accuweather seven-day forecast will feature patchy night and morning fog. afternoon highs in the low 60s to mid 70s, and you will notice
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>> good evening. the warriors near the end of a brutal nine-game stretch, and coach steve curr is planning to rest many of his stars in san antonio, so they really wanted to win tonight in minnesota. steph curry had a great look at the game winner in the final seconds. warriors fans, they are everywhere. loving life in minni, but the t-wolves open up with carl anthony towns.
steph, the take-away from andrew wiggins, and warriors down nine at the break. after four misses from downtown steph finally hits a three. it vaults him past his dad in andrew wiggins 20 of 20 come in the second half. the warriors, they kept charging. ian clark, the steal, and the feed to aub dre. with authority. catch and shoot. splash. warriors within one. still a one-point lead. a minute into the game, engineer -- he lands hard on his hea. possible concussion, and had to
leave the game. could not return. bears kept it close. career high 23. two-point game with under 30 seconds to go, and dillon ellis drives and finishes over the seven-footer kingsly. bears lose 73-65. they're 21-12. heading to selection sunday. >> the 49ers busy shopping with new head coach kyle shanahan and gm john lynch introducing a slew of new faces today. quarterback brian hoyer may or may not start in 2017 along with pierre garson among the two 9ers introduced. so was linebacker malcolm smith come over from the raiders lured by a five-year deal reportedly worth over $26 million. $13 mill guaranteed. he believes the 9ers will turn it around. >> i'm kind of trusting that, you know, the right people in place and from what i have seen, you know, i this i that's the case. mgtsd plays a big factor in whether you can turn things
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