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breaking news in san jose where a young boy was stabbed at a high school. sky7 giving us a live look at that scene. right now police are trying to figure out the ve thanks for joining us. we've just learned from police they haveernne custody. we're live at the high school with more on the breaking news. >> reporter: reggie, a lot of nervous parents here. we're seeing them walk in to the school, wanting to pull their child out of the school because they don't know what happened. they're just finding out.
what we know right now is one juvenile has been arrested, that juvenile is a non-student that came on to the campus and stabbed a student. that happened all at 9:00 this morning here at the high school in east san jose. let's go to a view from sky7 so you can see what's going on here at theigat h neahr cunningham havenue and king roa. san jose police are here on campus. it is not an lockdown, it is still a shelter in place because police are collecting evidence. we're not sure if a weapon -- if a knife has been recovered yet, but basically what we've been told is that at 9:00 a.m., a non-student came on to the campus behind the gymnasium area. it looks like this might be a little off campus. it's unclear but that juvenile
apparently stabbed a student and it was witnessed by other students and staff members. they intervened. that's what we're told by the superintendent and san jose police immediately responded and took that juvenile into custody. they are not giving us ages but te u the victim was taken to the medical center and suffering from non-life threatening injuries. a lot of police activity is still going on here. they're interviewing students and parents are still just really worried, trying to find out how could something like this happen. we'll continue to follow up on this and give you updates later in the evening newscast. this morning people in one san leandro neighborhood are finding out there was little they or firefighters could do to save two people from a fire. sky7 shows you just how badly this mobile home was burned this morning. it was just too dangerous to make a rescue.
abc 7 news reporters amy hollyfield is live with more. >> reporter: good morning, reggie. a family friend pointed out that the person who lived here was a heavy smoker. he is wondering if this was sbr cigarette related. heavy police presence. we've even seen a couple of atf agents. we're told don't read too much into that. they do mott suspect foul play. the atf agent is just part of their investigative task force. they just want to be very thorough because two people died here. the neighbor across the street said the bright light coming from this fire woke him up. he came outside and saw the size of the fire and realized there was nothing he could do. he called 911, then took this cell phone video. when firefighters arrhi teds wap but said they just couldn't get inside. >> we made our best efforts to try toet gs possible but like i said, when
units first got on scene there was fire. this was a fully involved structure fire coming out of every window and door. >> reporter: once inside they found the bodies of a man and woman. >> i know her. i know her husband. i knew her mom and dad. >> reporter:id salcido rushed to the home in the mission bayeeailrdob m thee. years old. >> she was very kind. she got along with everybody. she loved everybody. she always greeted everybody with a hug even if she didn't know them. >> reporter: salcido says this isn't the first time fire has tragically struck this family. >>er in a mobile home fire, too. yeah. long time ago. he was only like 9 years old. >> reporter: fire investigators aren't sure why the couple couldn't get out in time. they are also still looking for the cause while they comb through the home, salcido is
facing the loss. >> i feel kind of guilty because i haven't been in touch with them for a while and i just thought of them yesterday. new this morning -- concord police are investigating ash cre destrian. this happened around 4:00 this morning on kirker pass road near olive drive. police tell us the victim is a woman but have not released her name. driver who hit her stayed on the scene and is cooperating. a former santa clara county pro days counselor is under arrest after being accused of having sex with two teenage boys. she was taken into custody at her home in santa cruz county this morning. the 36-year-old is accused of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old and 18-year-old inmate. one of them came forward last september. the department immediately placed caparra on administrative leave before she resigned in july. a statement was issued, "the department is appalled.
this employee violated the trust placed in our department. this will not be tolerated." new developments in the search for a hit andldun rri i condition. you are looking at surveillance images of the suspect's car around the time of the crash yesterday in richmond. now police tell us they spotted what they believe to be this car around 7:30 this richmond police are now questioning that driver and they have towed the car to search it for evidence. the victim is identified as a 3-year-old boy. police haven't released his name but they did share this picture from the family. they say he was hit after slipping away from his mom who was trying to put him into her car. happening today, a south bay mom will hold a news conference to answer questions about the multi-million dollar settlement she's set to receive from the city of santa clara. she says she broke her leg when police stormed her house without a warrant.
abc 7 just spoke to her. >> reporter: reggie, this is a big settlement and it happened relatively quickly. police chief said he was surprised it happened so quickly. just 17 months from the time of the incident. we are going to show you some of the body cam video from the officers on that day in april of last year. we want to warn you though, that it can be considered disturbing to some. >> you are not allowed to come in this house! get out! get your hands off me! my leg just broke! my leg just broke! my leg just broke! >> this video from april of last year. eight days after this woman's 15-year-old daughter was one of the suspects in an arson fire, the santa clara high school snapchat, officers were there to arrest the girl. the video in the video, danielle harman and her attorney filed a federal lawsuit claiming excessive force, home invasion and retaliation that caused her permanent and disabling
injuries. santa clara city attorney says the city's action the settlement. >> what's upsetting for me, the officers acted within t law. especially at this type ofhe settlement. this is a lot of money that's being settled. to not have a day in c frtouor evidence, review all the videotapes, it is upsetting to me. >> reporter: the city attorney said there was significant disagreement about the extent of the injury but there was no dispute she broke her ankle in the course of the entry into the home without a warrant. she an her attorney will hold a press conference later this afternoon in oakland at 1:00. matt keller, abc 7 news. developing news now out of petaluma, police are searching for a stolen car and the suspect involved in an early morning carjacking. police released these photos of
the stolen toyota. a 1997 gold avalon. they say the victim was sitting in her car when the thief demanded the keys. the woman said no and at that point the carjacker acted as if he had a gun, threw the victim to the ground, then drove off. w hethtanom and here is the license plate number. 6gon161. the car has a black front bumper. police say if you see it, call 911, do not approach this carjacking suspect. new details on the deadly rock fall in yosemite. akar p victims are a couple from great britain. a man was killed, a woman seriously injured yesterday when a sheet of rock fell from el capitan 1,800 feet above the floor of yosemite valley. officials say the couple was there to climb but they were not doing so at the time. one experienced climber says he's never seen anything like it. >> i saw a piece of rock, white granite, the size of an
apartment building, at least 100 feet by 100 feet shouldly just come peeling off the wall with no warning. >> a yosemite spokesman says there was a series of rock falls over four hours yesterday. the park records about 80 of these each year and many more go unreported. the last rock fall related fatality in yosemite was in 1999. an american icon with a lasting legacy. from the hollywood walk of fame to his playboy mansion, how fans and celebrities are honoring hugh hefner. nd roku's big debut. how the bay area tech company is making a big splash today. and a week that's filled with autumn warmth and temperatures well above normal, finally seeing cooler changes take hold. today is only theews beach vide. >> this looks like a
this morning, emeryville police identified a suspect killed in a police shooting on interstate 80. 45-year-old demilo hodge of san leandro. police say he was wanted on homicide charges out of fairfield. fairfield police say they tried to pull hodge over 8:30 yesterday morning when he led them on a chase into the east bay. officials say hodge was stopped in emeryville he shot at officers. they fired back killing him. police are now questioning dozens of drivers who witnessed the shooting and they're asking more to come forward. >> we're still trying to determine how many officers and which officers were involve in
the shooting. so that's under investigation right now. our detectives are learning about who was present and what actions occurred. >> police say the investigation will continue for at least several weeks. the world is react being to the death of a polarizing figure, playboy founder hugh hefner. he died at his playboy mansion in los angeles last night. today the world is remembering how he revolutionized the entertainment industry. >> back in 201 1 hefner was askd on cnn how he would like to be remembered. he said, quote, as somebody who had some positive impact on changing the social sexual values of his time. that does seem to be how folks are remembering him today. the world grieving the man known for his silk robe and being flanked by beautiful women and who made a career of it. hugh hefner, founder of "playboy" magazine. >> lots of people date lots of girls. one day on tuesday, another
girl -- i date them allodtht a continues to pour in. several high-profile celebrities remembering hefner. actress pamela anderson appeared in "playboy" more than any other woman. anderson showing her grief on social media in various posts. here's an old picture with hefner giving her a kiss on the cheek. and jenny mccarthy said, r.i.p., hef. thank you for being a revolutionary and changing so many people's lives, especially mine. i hope i made you proud. #pmoy '94. hefner not only changed lives, he changed the entertainment industry all together. those bunny ears now a global brand that turns over $1 billion a year with wine, clothing, fragrances, and more. >> follow your own dreams. i think the secret to a good life is when you're young, if you're a dreamer, you dream impossible dreams and there a lot of pressures to conform and change, et cetera. i think that a best life is one
where one pursues one's own personal dreams. >> now his son, cooper, will carry on that dream. he is currently chief creative officer for "playboy." hefner also survived by three other adult children, and third wife crystal. i'm jessica castro, abc 7 news. a computer glitch creates worldwide frustration for flyers this morning. next on abc 7, how airports are recovering and the impact if you are set to leave down a sneak peek at the blue angels. a live look
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san francisco fleet week coming up. abc 7 news was there as the coast guard discussed recreational boating safety. if you're going to be on the water, watch your speed and wear a life jacket. veteesee w begin tuesday along the waterfront. the first air show featureing the blue angels and many more is next friday. my favorite place to watch it is from our building. i meet be getting you to take me up there some time. we'll go. temperatures wise next week the early call, cool. it will be nice. we'llly be warm today. coastal clouds have returned. that's the first change you that's seen ttern temperatures turn around from our autumn heat. sky7, live look right now over the south bay. good morning, san jose.
a gorgeous vantage point right now. not a cloud to be seen from this vantage point on sky7. we'll take you to sutro tower, the fog has returned moving through the golden gate bridge right now, just an indication coolinger weather is arriving as we speak. 24-hour temperature change, most spots at this hour are cooler than wey this time yesterday. it is a little bit easier to be out and about. doesn't feel too warm in a lot of spots right now. 63 the current number in san francisco. san jose 79. 70 oakland. 72. this is the catalyst for our change. this cold front is approaching. it is bringing the coastal cloud cover right now. it swings through tomorrow and brings widespread relief. highs today starting in the south bay, 90 the high? san jose. it will be a warm day away from the as icont. santa clara. along the peninsula, 84 for
menlo park. downtown san francisco, yesterday we were in the 80s, today we're in the 70s. 83 for petaluma in the north bay. 85 sonoma. 86 in vallejo. a warm autumn day if the east bay today. 82 oakland, 84 san leandro. 88 in fremont. upper 80s to lower 90s. with still warm inland temperatures, numbers will continue to tumble overnight tonight. cloud cover will thicken, that nians overnight tonight it is a ce up the windows, get that article ac. we'll settle into the 50s. that will set the stage for a refreshing day on the way for most on friday. widespread cooling, most spots in the 60s and 70s. the accuweather seven-day forecast -- coastal cooling today. by friday it is widespread cooling. then we're just breezy on the coast for picture-perfect weekend. all indications right now, early next week that fall feeling we get arriving tomorrow will stick with us at least through
wednesday of next week. >> thank you. now to today's morning money report. airports around the world are recovering after problems with check-in systems that caused delays. there was a network issue with spain-based company. we checked in with sfo, oakland and san jose. they say they weren't affected by the issues. but there were some unrelated delays this morning at sfo. los gatos based tv streaming start-up roku made its public debut today. they rang the opening bell. the stock is up more than 50%. company raised $219 million in its ipo. roku offers streaming players and a service giving users access to programming from netflix, hulu, hbo and more.
cover girl is making strides once again for its commiten t b tie. it is named what's believed to be its oldest ever spokesperson. check it out. 69-year-old mae musk. she is the mother of tesla and spacex founder elon musk. maye's been a model for more than five decades and also owns a nutrition business. she wrote, beauty truly is for women of all ages. #covergirlmade. a toddler in canada couldn't care less at royal protocol. watch as little emily shakes her headce in aprt
coming up on abc 7 news at 4:00 -- what would you do if you found a purse donated to charity full of money? $39,000 in fact. where that money ended up today at 4:00. and san francisco's housing crisis. the mayor says he has a solution to build 5,000 new homes every year. the story tonight on abc 700.ew have you ever been at a game and had a taste for some hot, buttery popcorn? that's what happened to this 2-year-old. she stole a few kernels from
prince harry. this was in toronto yesterday at the indiana vic tus gamvictus look what happens when prince harry tries to get emily. she is not having it. not today, prince. emily's dad is a good friend of harry so it is all good. >> she doesn't share well. >> it looks like he's practicing to be a daddy. right? >> maybe in the future. >> i like it. i like it on him. from all of us here at abc 7 news, thanks for joining us today.
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