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that breaking news it out of hayward where police are looking for a person who ran away after an officer-involved shooting. let's get right to abc7 news amy hollyfield in hayward at west "a" street and harbor avenue. >> reporter: reggie, the most urgent information i need to get out right away is for the residents that live along the royal and "a" street corridor. a shelter in place has been issued because a suspect is believed to be in that area and he is on foot. they want people to stay inside their homes. now, let me show you what happened here in this part of hayward. this is where the shooting took place. we are at west "a" and arbor. look at the motorcycle that's
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been knocked over. that officer was on the motorcycle and listen to what he went through. he was trying to pull over an suv that was shooting. the suv finally stopped, went in reverse, rammed the officer. somehow the motorcycle became attached to the suv. the suv went into drive, going forward, taking the motorcycle with him. somehow the officer got free. he did bring out his gun and fired several times at the suv into the windshield. they do not know whether he hit the man inside. this happened outside a retirement home, the hayward village. one employee here heard it all. >> and i heard some gunshots, pop, pop, pop. and i was kind of a little afraid to, you know, to come outside and see, you know, who was -- who was shooting. >> reporter: and now you're looking at a live picture from sky7 of the other scene. this is the royal area and "a"
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street, where the shelter in place has been issued. the man did abandon his suv, so he is on foot. he got rid of it on royal street. so, that's why they're focusing on this area, believing he can't get far. they hope they have him surrounded. they don't have much of a description of him other than he's a young hispanic man, possibly around his 20s. that's who they're looking for. they want residents to stay inside and let the police handle it. the officer who was on this motorcycle suffered minor injuries, miraculously after going through all that, they think he'll be okay. we'll stay on this story, especially for those living in hated ward watching this, they say just stay inside for now. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. a 15-year-old boy is in critical condition after a shooting in los angeles. police in the west lake district say another student, a 15-year-old girl is in fair condition. this happened at school at the sal castro middle school. we know at this point a female
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suspect is? custody. police say right now the campus is secure, there is not a threat to any more students. right now we do not know the circumstances leading up to that shooting. we'll continue to update that story as we get information. new this morning, part of southbound el camino real is shut down after a fatal crash before 7:00 this morning south spruce avenue. police have not released many deed tails on that crash. police show an suv that has some front-end damage. they have not said how long that street will stay closed. a deadly crash in sunnyvale. sky7 over west caribbean drive earlier this morning. that crash happened around 7:15. it appears to involve a bicycle police say caribbean drive is closed in both directions between boregas and geneva drive. it was a rough commute for some b.a.r.t. riders this morning. there were delays as train had to be single-tracked between south hayward and union city
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stations. around 4:45 this morning b.a.r.t. tweeted crews had to fix part of the third rail that got damaged after a maintenance truck derailed. nobody got hurt. b.a.r.t. had to bring in a crane to tow the truck. then 65 feet of damaged rail had to be removed. >> very frustrating. we're so sorry you're late to work or getting your kids to school. the good news is no injuries. wasn't due to any rail defect, which that's something we want to make sure isn't the cause. and that we responded right away, trying to get information out to the public so you can better plan your day. >> the fix was completed around 8:30 this morning. ac transit pus helped get passengers between the stations. most high schools jump at the chance of highlighting the career of an alum who goes on to be a big star. for one palo alto school it's the opposite. it's erasing the mark left behind by actor james franco. we're live at palo alto
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school to explain. >> reporter: franco graduated from palo alto high school 20 years ago. they took pride in the fact james franco graduated from the school in 1996. the movie star also maintains connection with the campus, donating artwork and murals and even taught a film class in 2015. >> he's kind of a legacy in the school. >> reporter: but the relationship has taken a turn since sexual misconduct claims have come out against him. the actor has said they are not accurate but in poway students and parents express concerns if his artwork should be on campus. the artwork and two murals were always intended to to be temporary with one removed in 2016 and artwork in the library taken down this past summer. in light of their educational
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mission, district staff has decided to remove and return the remaining artwork. the second mural was painted over last week and plans for a new mural are in motion. they say the remaining franco artwork in our media arts center are also now being transitioned as we work with students on their concepts of visual arts on campus to update and provide opportunities for other artistic pieces. >> all are marked franco 1986. yeah, i feel like they've done the right thing. >> reporter: franco says, quote, if i've done something wrong, i will fix it. reporting live in palo alto, matt keller, abc7 news. new developments concerning the large housing project at former shipyard. the u.s. navy admits the contractor hired to remove radio active waste falsified soil samples. we first told you about that fraud on monday. tertra tech said the soil was safe but there are still remnants of an old nuclear war
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research lab. developers wanted to build more than 1200 houses in the shipyard. they say this confirms suspicions they've had for years. >> we need this mess cleaned up. i mean today, not tomorrow. >> the hope is we will all be dead before they can sell their next $1.2 million condo. and that's a problem. >> redevelopment plans have been put on hold for the next year. morgan hill police are trying to determine if there are more possible victims of a soccer koeccoach charged with sl harassment. gonzalez was charged of assaulting a minor he was coaching in san jose. officials don't believe this involves any students there. police arrested gonzalez at his home in morgan hill. he also worked for schools in gilroy and morgan hill. police say the alleged incident did not happen on school grounds. the russia probe is reportedly now investigating one of president trump's closest aides, hope hicks.
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the focus, what she may have said about a trump tower meeting with russian officials. we break down the latest twist in the investigation. >> reporter: hope hicks played a key role along with president trump in drafting a statement for donald trump jr. about the nature of a meeting between him, jared kushner and a russian lawyer. in that statement to "the new york times," don junior said the trump tower meeting during the campaign was primarily about russian adoptions, but we later learned the meeting was set up in the hope that the trump campaign would receive dirt about hillary clinton, to help trump win the election. sources tell abc news that former white house legal team is set to meet with robert mueller. he was consulted on the drafting of the memo the next day and he has more information on the intention. he says he will show the true intention. while it's not i will lie to the press or the public, legal analysts say in the past lying to the public has sometimes been
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used as evidence for obstruction of justice case. >>ed any lie can be used as part of an obstruction case. you're putting together different pieces and lies become part of those pieces. remember, in the case of bill clinton when ken starr recommended the articles of impeachment, one of them was strictly based on lying to the public. >> reporter: hope hicks' attorney flatly deny the accounts. our sources say mueller was ornl interested in the testimony after it was reported in michael wolff's book "fire and fury." abc news, washington. i.c.e. will not arrest undocumented immigrants at courthouses unless they're wanted for crimes or pose a threat to public safety. federal immigration officials made that promise yesterday. they say i.c.e. agents need approval from a supervisor before making an arrest. i.c.e. is responding to critics who say agents unfairly target undocumented immigrants at courthouses for noncriminal
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proceedings like family court or small claims court. the san francisco district attorney told "the chronicle," courthouse immigration sweeps keep people from working. many fear their immigration status will be used against them. more developing news in san francisco. the fund-raising battle between two candidates in the mayor's race heating up. norma breed has raised more than $300,000. she's almost on par with one of her rivals, former state senator mark leno, who has raised more than $400,000 in contributions since last year. the special election will take place june 5th. if you own a toyota, you'll want to hear this. we have a recall to tell you about involving more than half million vehicles. if you love starbucks, maybe you'll love the new way it's trying to save you money. and if you like optical phenomenons, sun as sun dogs, the little rainbows on either side of the sun, we could have
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that. we have high clouds, which usually causes it. it's february, the new spring. it's 9 to 13 degrees above average today and e
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2015 to march of 2017. there's an electrical issue that could stop the air bags from inflating in a crash. toyota will notify owners of the affected vehicles beginning next month. now today's morning money report. ebay is dumping paypal. president online auction site will start using dush payment processor adyen. you can stay on ebay and use that payment processing or leave the website if you want to use paypal. the deal is expected to reduce cost for sellers. starbucks launched a new credit card today. it's an attempt to lure those not yet signed up for the rewards program. card members will be enrolled automatically. it does have a fee, 49 bucks a year. it lets cardholders earn free drinks and food with purchases they make at the coffee chain and other places. switching gears from coffee to coke. the beverage company just released an ad it's running during the fourth quarter of the super bowl called "the wonder is
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we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation
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good morning again. let's take a look at what's going on outside in emeryville. we use that as the backdrop for my ak you weather highlights. it is going to be this month than last month, especially the first two weeks as a dry pattern will dominate. it will make it outdoorable this weekend where it will feel like spring everywhere. i kind of go backwards on my highlights, the stagnate pattern, air remains clean. you can see the high pressure erasing the high clouds. i think we'll see a lot of sunshine today. the temperatures will respond. look at the wealth of 70s from santa cruz into the south bay, inland east bay, up into the north bay valleys. 66 to 69 around the bay. and out towards half moon bay. in fact, here's how it looks in santa cruz. if you're going to the beaches,
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a little warmer today. if you're exercising, it will be dry and warmer all day today than it was yesterday at the same time. if you're just out and about, grab the sunglasses and enjoy the calm weather. not having to lug a heavy coat around. here's a look fromthe eastbay hills. you can see at mt. diablo. what a comfortable temperature for lunch. 64 to 69 degrees. we'll be above average at 4:00, 63 to 69. the high cloidz, we'll see a few during the evening hours. mid to upper 50s today to even low to mid-50s by midnight. we'll drop down to 53 in san francisco. everybody else pretty much in the mid-40s. with the same amount of fog we had this morning, which wasn't a lot. here's a look at the bay area air quality management, they issue the spare air alerts and this is what they're saying for thursday, friday, saturday, and sunday. go outside and enjoy the nice weather without any poor air quality. the inverse of that, lake tahoe,
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near record warm temperatures. mid to upper 50s. don't forget to take the sunscreen. you can get a nasty burn with all that sunshine reflecting off that snow. here's a look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. we'll make a run at 70 along the coast. saturday, one of our warmest days with mid-70s and inland neighborhoods, nice day to turn the heat off, maybe open the windows and get some winter funk out of your house. and as we head towards sunday, i know it's going to be hard to sit inside and watch the super bowl. maybe your friend has one of those tvs on their back patio you can enjoy watching. monday, tuesday and wednesday you can see we're still a little warmer than average. don't panic. it's this two-week period we always go through. hopefully we'll get more rain at the end of the month. >> i'm going to try not to panic, but i did go home yesterday and thought, i need to wear shorts and a t-shirt. it's hot. >> you need to dig into the back of the closet. >> it's true. thanks, mike. happening today, free tax help available for those who
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need it. for the 16th year low to moderate income residents can have their taxes prepared for free through united way's earn it, keep it, save it program. there are more than 200 centers throughout the bay area offering this assistance. you can make up to $54,000 a year in order to qualify for this. this is for individuals or families. for more information, go to our website, that's abc7news.com. sorry to say this, but you're going to have to pay more to fill up at the pump. the gas prices could be hitting $4 in california by memorial day. gas buddy reports prices at the bump are already up close to 50 cents compared to the same time last year. one reason for the spike is u.s. oil supplies that have been dropping over the past ten weeks. low supply, high demand and the prices go up. the last time californians paid 4 bucks a gallon was july of 2014. >> you may have seen her all over social media after she was
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made famous after grammy weekend. we'll hear from this lady who lost her cool and her nerve after accidentally running into queen b. home for the monarch butterfly. see amazing, next "right this minute."
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sky7 is over royal and bartlett avenues where police continue to look for the driver of a stolen suv. police tell us the suv crashed into a police officer who was on a motorcycle at the time and then that driver of the suv ran away. during this scuffle we're told the officer ended up shooting toward the person who was driving the suv. and at last word, they still hadn't found that person driving the suv. there's a shelter in place for this area of hayward. again, royal and bartlett avenues. we'll continue to update you on our news app, which you can download for free. look for abc7 news in the app store. we're on that news app and abc7news.com 24/7. today on our site we posted something to get you ready for sunday's big game. fun, random and weird super bowl bets, like how long the national anthem will be? will n'sync perform with justin timberlake during the halftime show? what color will the winning
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coach's gatorade bath? download the abc7 news app for breaking news alert and watch our next newscast at 4:00 right here. the newest meme might be the definition of star struck. she's reacting that way because she ran into beyonce and jay z. over the weekend. queen b. posted this and the whole world saw it. the fan at the center of it all is explaining how this happened. susan monagan was in new york. she intentionally stayed in a hotel where there was going toob a party before the grammys. she wanted to see a big celebrity and she didn't. she was going back to her room and ran into probably the most famous couple on earth right now. >> this man says, do i know you? i looked at him and i says, i don't think so. then i was like, uh-oh, it dawns on me. hat's jay z. so, i turn and i went, ahhh!
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>> what a great moment. when she met face-to-face with jay z. and beyonce, she said all she could do was stare. the moment posted online by beyonce now has more than 4 million likes. >> i didn't even know what a meme is. i'm like, am i a mime? is it a meemee? everyone is like you're a mime, you're famous. >> of course she meant meme. she didn't ask the couple any questions and she regrets she left without a selfie. however,
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>> hey, everybody, welcome to celebrity week las vegas. today, we've got two of the biggest stars from the strip-- penn and teller-- hoping to make a million dollars magically appear for their favorite charity. so don't move. it's time to play "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to the show. penn and teller are here! [cheers and applause] hey, our first contestants are back for redemption. penn and teller, welcome. thank you for coming back. >> redemption? >> well, i mean, last year, you played here, at "millionaire." you know, you were gracious enough to come. you got to $30,000. >> $30,000. have we now reached a place where the bar is so high that winning $30,000 for a charity is considered failure? >> well, that's not what you won.

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