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she say? >> reporter: this is where ice agents were gathered this morning. cell phone kr captured the moment when at least a half dozen ice agents went directly to the backyard, where they found her husband, a 39-year-old undocumented immigrant since he was 4 years old. they asked him hiss name, he replied and without incident, they had him in their custody. this was a fear the family had that one day this would happen but they were hoping their family would be a low priority for i.c.e. >> he wasn't doing anything wrong, we just assumed they were coming for other people who
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weren't doing wrong stuff. >> he told me that i shouldn't ever do drugs because i'm here and i have an opportunity to do that and to try my best at school. so i just put that threw my head. >> reporter: the family sought the help of the north bay response network immediately after the arrest. there's a lot of discussion going on right now between the family and rapid response families. >> and we will be following their story. lilli lillian, thank you. oakland's mayor warned by the raids today. >> yesterday i learned information from multiple sources that there is potentially an i.c.e. activity in the bay area. >> reporter: a warning from the
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mayor that ice -- >> reporter: immigration advocate emma polino says community is scared. the councilman talked about the alert. -- we're telling people to just really be careful about what's going on. those that are coming after you, make them show a warrant for your arrest. >> shaft doesn't believe she's obstructing justice with her warning. >> i did seek legal counsel
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about what my obligations are in this situation. >> reporter: an ice agent told abc7 news that there are ice operations going on every day and they're not sure what she's referring. abc7 news was on severe avenue when police lifted a shelter in place order this morning. the gun fire erupted in a back yard around 11:00 last night. officers waited until they kocod get a search warrant to search the house but the man was not there. detectives tell us a man entered a store right before it opened yesterday. he threatened the woman with a gun. the police spent hours looking for the system.
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a college basketball coach has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence after his team played in san francisco last night. sfpd arrested lamont smith at oakland airport around 10:00 this morning. abc7 news is told they were called to a hotel right before midnight. she said she and the coach were intimately involved and she was taken to the hospital for nonlife-threatening injuries. weeking of bay area drought are about to be over. tonight, still looking pretty dry with clear skies, you can see here from our exploratorium camera. tomorrow's commute will be a different story. let's get to drew for more on this. >> tomorrow we're tracking some light showers moving through the region, especially during the monday morning commute. then a strong storm looks to move in here later this week.
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live doppler 7 shows clear skies skies overhead right now. it's a nice picture out there. your overnight planner that show you we're clear early on, clouds will increase throughout the night and then those showers work into the picture by 4:00, then by 8:00 in the morning, the best place to find those showers will be in the south bay. we're going to track the chance of a thundershower showing up tomorrow afternoon. we'll have the live forecast in squu just a few minutes. fire damaged an apartment building this morning. firefighters got there and put the flames out. they did not say how extensive the damage is. the santa clara sheriff's office released this photo you're
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seeing. they are offering $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. mpgt opportuni students at the school where the florida shooting took place will return to campus tomorrow. classes are set to resume on wednesday. some of the students are keeping up their fight for tougher gun control laws. they're vowing to create change. >> it's our generation. columbine was about 19 years ago, and now that you have had an entire generation of kids growing up around mass shootings, and the fact that they're starting to be able to vote explains how they're going to have to change. >> the high school sports teams have been competing during the 11 days since the shooting. the hockey team won the florida state championship this morning. it is a move california democrats have not made in a
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quarter century, coming up why they have decided not to support dianne feinstein. what's new with the
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senator dianne feinstein did not get the support of the democratic party at the endor
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endorsement yesterday. deleon is promoting himself as a fresh face. some view the 84-year-old feinstein as someone who has been in washington too long and has done enough for immigrants. the galaxy s-9 and the the e s-9 -- several new modes and samsung has also added an a fingerprint scatter has been moved next to the camera, or if you choose you can use your face. >> intelligence scan adapts to your face, to make it even ease your for you to unlock your phone in more situations. >> preorders start next week and the phones are supposed to hit
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stores next week. the s-9 will start at $750, thee bigger plus model goes for two high profile members of the humane society of the united states have resigned after complaints against them became public. now four employees give their -- an exclusive i team to abc7 tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. a look at the damage ahead. we see some much-needed r n rain. the accuweather forecast is up next. i'm mike schuman and
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deadly storms with relentless rains and >> reporter: in the days of a possible tornado touching down at a kentucky-tennessee border
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caught on cell phone video. according to the national weather service, parts of kentucky and tennessee were under a tornado watch until early sunday morning. most of the damage happened late saturday. >> i looked outside and started seeing the trees just start bowing and start doing this, and right about that time, i all of a sudden felt the pressure on the window. and i went, got to go. we got to go. >> reporter: several people in kentucky were killed due to the severe storms. governor flash flooding will continue this week, and in some areas of tennessee --. >> it started raining really hard and he saw this metal from this barn take off and then the windows busted out. >> reporter: the storm tripped
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through home after home destroys everything in sight. >> you never can make mother nature for granted. the good news is damage, yes, infrastructure damage, but to people, loss of life, no loss of life. >> reporter: and even parts of arkansas witnessed the devastation, at least one storm related death has been confirmed there. kim hutchins abc7 news.. and in accuweather, we finish out the month of february which has been very dry across the region. live doppler 7, along with satellite, you notice the southern half of the viewing area dealing with clear skies. the northern half starting to see some cloud cover ahead of a cold front that will bring us some showers tomorrow morning. ahead of that cold front today, we had temperatures in some spots in the lower 60s. but right now, numbers are
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falling through the 50s at this hour and numbers will not be nearly as cold. no 20s on the board overnight tonight. we'll see our coldest spots in the north bay kind of fall into the 30s. outside of the north bay, overnight lows will drop to the mid and low 40s. impact scale, our storm tomorrow morning ranks 1 on the storm impact scale. those showers will be moving through during the monday morning commute, then in the afternoon, there is a cold front and a chance of an isolated thunderstorm popping up. watch the time stamp corner of your screen, this is 3:00 a.m. early morning monday. you can see showers in the north bay. by 6:00, 7:00 in the morning, while the morning commute is under way, those showers look to be focused south of the golden gate along the peninsula in the
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east bay and in the south bay. so you might want to add some extra time to the morning commute tomorrow as you will have some wet weather moving through. tomorrow afternoon, we'll watching an isolated shower trying to pop-up. so 12-hour planner on your monday, we have those light showers on monday, temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. midday, it looks like we will be rather dry with peeks of sunshine, then by 4:00, we introduce that chance for a thundershower. highs on your monday, it's a cooler breezy day. 53 in san francisco. and 55 the high in napa. a little bit of snow coming with this storm system on monday. a winter weather advisory in effect for the west slope of the sierra. by 5 to 10 inches of snowfall expected. snowfall levels dropped pretty low to 2,000 feet. but what we're tracking by thursday a stronger storm, one that ranks a 2, a moderate
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system on the storm impact scale. winds 20 to 40 miles per hour and significant sierra snowfall. this could be the type of storm we haven't seen in about two months across the region. the accuweather seven day forecast tomorrow, it's all about tomorrow. increasing sunshine over the weekend. last year in the playoffs, warriors center zsa zsa pachulia was called a dirty player after another player landed on zsa zsa's foot taking him out of the playoffs. while many think that was unintentional, zsa zsa's rep is being questioned after last night's game against the thunder. he was tangled up with nick young, adam westbrook, intentional? not sure, but many around the league think it was.
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westbrook was not hurt badly on the play, but he didn't hold back on his thoughts following the game. >> obviously it was intentional. nobody touching me falling over my leg, trying to hurt me, but hey, that's how it goes. >> do you think that's something that the nba needs to look into? >> they definitely need to look at it. >> do you think he's a dirty player? >> yes, for sure. >> as i looked at every angle. nick young-if he wanted to hurt russell, he could have fallen a lot harder, so i give zsa zsa a pass on this one. nba might think differently. lebron james had a triple-double, nine assists, lays it in and the foul, third quarter pao gasol had 23 points s they win it 110-94
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four game slide. the game -- following the death of the coach david lang. game will not be rescheduled. cow women in washington facing the husky. bears outscored their opponent 20-6 in the first quarter. christine inigway, she gets the rebound and the put back. she finished 23 points, 12 boards. she's now the all-time scorer at cal. sharks in minnesota, this little guy wants to be breath burns. first period, the one-timer beats devin goodnick. closing seconds of the first -- right now the sharks are up 2-0 in the second period. we'll have those complete
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highlighting come up at 9:00 and 11:00. justin thomas on the par par rgs 18th on the third shot. luke his playing partner, had an eagle putt for the win, he would tap in that birdie, back to row reversal. pushes it and his chance for his first pga title. while thomas missed the eagle put. he monves to number three in th world. nascar in atlanta for the second race of the year, they had a slight delay for the race. if your car looks like trevor baynes, you should pull over. had a great jump and he never looks back, changing the checkered flag.
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nra at the nationals. his engine explodes, the body comes completely off. he then gets tangled up lendberg's parachute. his daughter courteney went on to win the event. it's unreal to walk away from a crash like that, but the safety is see good in that sport. i thought i had a race last night when i was driving home, somebody pulled up next to me. kind of competitive. turns out it was dion in her smart car. >> my smart car that goes like 30 miles an hour. "black panther" cuts through the competition again for an impressive second weekend. >> the most impressive feat could be who showed up. and don't forget american idol starts at 8:00 p.m. on
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sunday march 11. >> don't you use a parachute to stop your car too? >> oh, commercial please. online money battle for charity. >> it's fun to play with other people's money. >> next "right this minute."
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tonight on abc7 news at 9:00, over on kofi-tv. a car slams into a child's southern california home. tonight the family saying it's a miracle that child was not hurt. >> hard to watch. this weekend "the black panther" became the fourth film to earn $4 million in its second weekend. >> black panther has now topped 400 milli$400 million worldwide. to the numbers now, black panther made $108 million this weekend and 7$700 million world wide overall. two movies, the comedy game
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night, peter rabbit and annihilation all had $105 million. >> who's going to the oscars? dion. >> i know you really wanted to go. >> it will be great, it will be a lot of fun, of course you can only see it on abc7. >> that's it
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