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a vow to keep children safe from gun violence in school. alongside emotionally charged marches in cities across the country, and eloquent pleas from survivors who say enough is enough. >> to those politicians supported by the nra that allow the continued slaughter of our children and our future i say get your resumes ready. >> good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm dion lim. one of the largest youth-led protests since the vietnam era mobilized in several large cities part of a national movement. >> abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian with highlights of our local march for our lives rallies. lisa? >> from santa rosa to san jose parents, students, teachers, politicians they all took to the streets to speak out against gun violence. two of the largest took place in oakland and right here in san
francisco. >> we want to be safe in schools. we want to be safe in our communities. and we want to be protected in america. >> reporter: young emotional voices filled san francisco's streets today. their words matters as thousands listened. >> we are the generation that has grown up with school shootings, but we are the generation that will stop them. >> reporter: from sky 7 you can see the massive crowd in civic center plaza. the group then marched down market street to the ferry building, holding signs demanding safety in schools and change from lawmakers. >> hey hey, ho ho, the nra has got to go! >> reporter: and in downtown oakland police say 2,000 people ga gathered with the same passionate message. >> i'm here because i think it's insane that we should have to question our right to be safe in our school. >> reporter: a group of alumni from marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida, which was the scene of last month's deadly school shooting, also gathered to support the need for
gun reform. >> if it happened in parkland it means it can happen anyplace that has the opportunity. >> reporter: it's a possibility that strikes fear in bay area parents. >> as a mother it breaks my heart that i'm sending my children to school and they have to be afraid. >> reporter: politicians, city leaders, and even warriors head coach steve kerr came out for the rallies. there were no signs of any opposition groups. lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. >> rallies were also held in san jose, pacifica, and santa rosa. at many of the events students urged teenagers to speak out and register to vote. organizers say the mission is to demand congress consider an effective bill that addresses gun violence. now, we saw the same action today by young people in cities and states across the nation. abc news reporter karen travers has a look at how survivors of the parkland shooting joined others and made their demands known at capitol hill, where organizers say 800,000 people
gathered. >> reporter: in washington. and across the nation. hundreds of thousands of americans gathering to make a passionate plea for an end to gun violence. >> welcome to the revolution. >> students from stoneman douglas leading a rallying cry for action. >> we cannot keep america great if we cannot keep america safe. >> reporter: the most powerful moment was silence. stoneman douglas student emma gonzalez reading the names of her classmates who were killed last month and then pausing to wait until six minutes and 20 seconds passed from the moment she took to the stage. the same amount of time as the massacre in her school. >> fight for your lives before it's someone else's job. >> reporter: the rally was planned as a response to the parkland, florida shooting that killed 14 students, two coaches, and a teacher. >> we want to thank you -- >> reporter: the student speakers came from all over the country, different backgrounds, different experiences of gun
violence, but their message was the same. enough is enough. >> please raise your hand if you have been affected by gun violence. >> reporter: their stories were personal. the messages political. >> vote them out! vote them out! >> reporter: students urging other students to make their voices heard at the polls, whenever they're old enough to vote. >> and we know that we have seven short years until we too have the right to vote. >> reporter: now their challenge will be to keep up the momentum. karen travers, abc news, washington. in new york paul mccartney joined protesters and spoke near the area where john lennon was killed outside his manhattan apartment 37 years ago. >> this is what we can do. and so i'm here to do it. one of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here. so it's important to me. several much smaller rallies took place to defend america's second amendment rights. you're looking at what organizers called the march before our lives rally outside
utah's state capitol in salt lake city. marchers say they also share the goal of protecting children and stopping violence in schools. >> teachers, administrators, and again, collegiate-level students should have the choice to carry a firearm responsibly to utilize as a tool to defend themselves as a last line of defense. we're not asking them to become rambo. >> at least one pro-gun rights group in utah claims it asked to join the march for our lives but it was excluded. some of the marchers openly carried both handguns and rifles, which is legal in utah. we gathered local resources to help parents, kids, and educators navigate some of the biggest challenges in our communities, including school safety. go to abc7 news.com/takeaction and click on better schools. together we can all help make bay area schools better. to new details now on an unusual rescue for crews in fremont. they haven't done anything like this before. the call, an elderly man trapped
inside a well filled with water. abc 7 news reporter katie utehs spoke are rescuers and the man they saved. >> reporter: sky 7 shows us a rare rescue under way. >> i've been with fremont fire for 24 years and this is my birs bona fide well rescue for sure. >> reporter: fremont battalion chief gary ashley's 24 years is a drop in the bucket considering the brick-lined well is more than 100 years old and the man trapped inside 92 years old. ernest silva tells me the floor gave way as he checked the well pump, dropping him some 26 feet to the water below. >> i was impressed with his physical strength and stamina to stay above water and tread water that long. >> reporter: driscoll road is a busy street and there are homes surrounding this one-acre plot, but to give you some perspective the pump house is behind that garden. so it's unlikely anybody would have heard him calling for help. >> luckily somebody was home and was sharp enough to recognize
that they hadn't heard from him in a while. >> reporter: silva was lake li in the cold water for a half an hour before getting help. a rescuer dropped in with a life jacket. >> this is the type of helmet we give him and the life preserver. >> reporter: they cut the roof off the pump house to lower a rope from the ladder truck. it took about an additional hour. then six firefighters hoisted him to safety. >> we used, you know, manpower to do it because you want to do it nice and slow to get him out in a vertical position. >> reporter: silva suffered a cut to his head and hypothermia but is already home from the hospital. he says the well waters his garden. vegetables he eats and shares. maybe the secret to strength and stamina at 92. in fremont, katie utehs, abc 7 news. a manhunt is on tonight for a killer after a man was shot to death in newark. officers fountain the victim along wells avenue after they got a call of shots fired just before 11:00 last night. detectives tell us they believe the victim was targeted by his
killer. sky 7 flew over the scene when police searched the area for more clues this morning. police need your help to arrest a serial bank robber who's been targeting chase bank branches in the east bay. investigators say this man you see here has robbed four branches in ten days. the robberies began march 10th when the chase branch in san pablo and mcdonald avenue in richmond was targeted. in the days that followed the suspect struck locations in emeryville, oakland and berkeley. fire ripped through two trailers being used by workers at a karn ral in the east bay. sky 7 was over these rvs when they caught fire today in the southland mall parking lot in hayward. the fire engulfed at least two rvs that were being used by staff at a traveling carnival that had set up shop in the lot. cause of the fire is not known. nobody was hurt. to the weather. we're getting? scattered showers out there right now. >> drew will let us know if we're in for a soggy sunday. >> yeah, parts of us are seeing those showers at this hour. we'll talk about how long this rain sticks around and what moves in behind this storm
coming up in that block of the forecast in a few minutes, guys. put that gun down! >> and we're getting an officer's perspective of a dangerous confrontation. a look at body camera video tonight showing officer confronting a man with a gun inside a hospital. then a bit later, watt investigation has uncovered in the mysterious death of a family on vacation in mexico. but first, making a statement without saying a word. the reason@lights went out at land
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dangerous and ignored the risks. abc news reporter matt gutman has this story. >> reporter: the water park billed as the world's tallest water slide and the former park executive now facing criminal charges in connection with the 2016 death of a 10-year-old boy. austin miles director of operations at the time of the accident charged with more than a dozen counts including involuntary manslaughter for having "knowledge that the rafts were still going airborne in the days before the verruckt's grand opening." court documents show more than a dozen people were injured on the ride before 10-year-old caleb schwab was thrown off a raft and decapitated. in an interview last year caleb's parents relived the moment they learned what happened. >> there was a gentleman who wouldn't allow me to come close enough to see what was going on. and he just kept saying no, trust me, you don't want to go any further. >> reporter: schlitterbahn in a
statement friday saying "our review of the facts and circumstances of the accident has never shown any evidence of criminal conduct on the part of anyone." and the company said it was deeply disappointed to learn that any individual is being personally charged for the terrible accident on verruckt. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. police body camera video has been released showing the fatal officer-involved shooting of a hurricane irma evacuee in a north carolina hospital. we want to warn you, some people may find these images disturbing. >> slow me your hands! do it now! [ gunfire ] >> police were called to the huntersville medical center in huntersville, north carolina last september following a report that a man had been armed with a gun at a nurse's station. officers shot and killed 76-year-old joseph cook in the encounter. the local d.a. found the shooting justified. several landmarks around the world dimmed their lights after the sunset to promote the fight against climate change. you're looking at what happened
at one of the iconic structures dotting san francisco's skyline, coit tower. the tower's brightest lights dimmed when the clock struck 8:30. and abc 7 news was at san francisco city hall, which was lit up by orange lights to support today's anti-gun violence marches. city hall also went dark to support earth hour. >> and probably had a little rain there. scattered showers, excuse me, tonight. >> some of us are seeing rain right now. some of the showers may be sticking around but it won't be anything widespread. live doppler 7 along with satellite showing you the focus of the moisture is really the southern half of the bay area. we'll zoom in a little closer, get you right down to street level. live doppler 7, hearing some drops on your windows from palo alto into sunnyvale, santa clara south into cupertino. much of this is very light shower activity that we're track on live doppler 7. from union city to fremont over to sunol, pleasanton, dublin, even as you move east toward livermore light showers.
then tire line is sinking to the south and to the east. so in a couple of minutes san jose likely going to see some light rain working through their neighborhoods and even toward edenvale in the next hour or so. but it's been such a chilly day today that it's a cold night on the way tonight. look at this. already in the north bay we're in the 30s. a lot of 40s on the board. the mild spot right now so to speak is mountainview san jose coming in at 50 degrees. it's 48 in san francisco and in oakland. here's a call from accuweather. over the next 12 hours our coldest spots tonight will drop well into the 30s. it will be a chilly night on the way. and we have to allow for the scatters showers to work through the bay area. on the storm impact scale tonight and into sunday morning it's a level 1. it's a light system we have overhead right now. light scattered showers. there is the chance for this cold storm system to see a dusting of snow on our hilltops likely above 2,000 feet but the big takeaway less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall with this storm system. future weather will get you into sunday morning early. 5:00 in the morning.
a couple of light isolated showers dotting the landscape. here you see future weather across mount hamilton trying to pick up that wintry precipitation and those pinks and whites you see on your screen. as we go into the afternoon the activity really winds down. however, still the chance of an isolated shower. the majority of the region in the afternoon is pretty quiet but still an isolated shower along the coast is not out of the question. highs on your sunday. a couple of light showers early in the morning. it's another chilly day. temperatures kind of stuck in the 50s. 55 in san francisco. 56 the high in oakland. 58 in san jose and about 57 in napa. but the pattern, once we get rid of the storm system tomorrow-s going to flip. look at the temperature outlook. later on this week we're going to see warm weather really move into much of the southwest. in fact, futuretracker temperatures. i want to get you into one of the warmest temperatures we have ahead on thursday. it's going to be sunny and warm. temperatures well into the 70s afghan a few spots getting very close to the 80 degree mark. we're going to go from below average temperatures this
weekend to well above average temperatures over the upcoming week. here we go with the pattern change. the accuweather seven-day forecast tomorrow it's a mix of sun and showers and once again the best chance of a shower tomorrow is really in the morning and it's very scattered at best. that storm is out of here on monday. we have dry skies and then temperatures really take off. and by thursday and even into friday widespread 70s if not low 80s inland and the warmth continues for the early parts of next week. so this looks to be kind of the final storm system in march as we turn the calendar toward april next week. >> what a change from last week. >> i know, right? completely different. >> thanks a lot, drew. go a's or pay the price. >> up next how the oakland athletics ar
coliseum. >> but wait. if those fans shout "go a's" they'll get a $20 discount and participate same amount as a's fans. a's president tells the mercury news that the team is serious about doing it. >> it's a promotion to lure new fans to a's games as the team celebrates its 50th season in oakland. and doesn't matter how many times you yell go a's, you only get the one discount. so don't think you're going to earn -- >> oh, good try. >> just let ugh nope. >> how clever is that? >> good marketing. for a $20 discount i'll do it. and i park for free. all right. my seminoles of florida state got booted in the elite eight by a pack of wolverines. and the cinderella story, the ramblers of loyola
well, the clock has yet to strike midnight for loyola-chicago. the slipper still fits as the cinderella of this year's men's ncaa tournament in the final four. for the first time since 1963. sister jean, the 98-year-old team chaplain, has been the good luck charm as the ramblers knock off kansas state. loyola's starters combined for 15 assists. clayton custer had five, to lucas williamson plus the foul. 36-24 ramblers at the half. also 50% from beyond the arc. second half richardson three and the foul. four-point play. he had 23. marques townes drives. lays it in. boy, they were at the foul line a lot. plus one. he added 13. loyola wins it 78-62. and the number 11 seed matches the lowest to advance to the final four. florida state-michigan our
second game. two defensive-minded teams. doing a little weather there. 17 first half turnovers. charles matthew gets in the way of the pass. wolverines goes the other way. matthews gets the alley-oop. but fsu only trailed by one at the half m.j. walker throwing it down 27-26 wolverines at the break. however, michigan 11-0 run. two misses by florida state. duncan robinson. wide open on the other end. got to play defense. michigan advances to the final four with a 58-54 victory to face cinderella loyola of chicago with a school-record 32 wins. all right. warrior updates. injuries, that is. steph curry returned last night against atlanta after missing six games with a sprained right ankle. then he proceeded to injury his left knee after javale mcgee fell on it here. he left the game, did not return. today curry's mri determined a grade 2 sprain of his mcl ligament, and he'll be reevaluated in three weeks is when the playoffs begin. this is almost the identical injury kevin durant had last
year. also a grade 2 sprain. he missed almost six weeks. >> been a struggle lately without all of our guys. but you know, without all of our main scorers. our main stretch without steph when we had everyone else healthy i think we went 9-2 and we had the best defense in the league and we did really well. so we know we can be very successful. >> let's hope so. sharks are getting hot at the right time. they came into today's matinee against the flyers with a six-game win streak. hoping to make it seven heading into their four-game road trip. jonathan cheechoo with the ceremonial puck drop. he's going to retire. sharks with some nice passing. brendan dillon the finish. he had a gordie howe hat trick, a goal, assist, and a fight. 1-0 sharks. brett burns set franchise's single season assist record by a defenseman. his 49th right here to yannik hansen. sharks short-handed. calgary bad line change, chris tierney with the puck. what's the defense doing?
they blow by etcheder kane he's wide open. 3-1 san jose. martin jones was the first star of the game. 37 staves on 38 shots including that pad save right there. kane four goals last time they added up. added two more today. this one off the skate on the double deflection. sharks win it 5-1, extending their win streak to seven games. >> our lines contributed in a capacity for us to win. that's kind of been huge on this winning streak, obviously. it's been a real team effort. >> it's a good step forward but we know we've got seven more games here and we're just trying to get ready for playoffs with good solid games each night. >> this was probably our sloppiest of the seven but we found a way to win and our goaltender was great. we'll clean a few things up, but you're never going to complain too much about winning. >> this abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. and the cinderella story is just amazing. loyola of chicago with sister jean, 98 years old, the team
chaplain. nike gave her her own shoes for this tournament. it's a great story. >> if they happen to lose -- >> it would be fun to see those two play. >> it would have been exciting. >> trying to find a bright side. that's all. >> thank you. well, just ahead, british investigators held a raid in connection with the facebook data debacle. that story's ahead. plus what you see there. how france is honoring a man save a hostage taken by an islamic extremist gunman. and the investigation into the death of a family at a mexico resort now focuses on the family's kitchen. we'll tell you why. and a live look outside right now. drew was telling us there are some scattered showers out filip but you're looking at downtown san francisco from our exploratorium cam. you
once again good evening. i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. in tonight's headlines -- >> hey hey, ho ho, the nra has got to go. >> all around the bay area and the nation today rallies were held to protest gun violence in america. the largest events locally were in san francisco and oakland. students, parents, politicians, and community members came out in support of gun control. >> in washington, d.c. participants included survivors from last month's parkland, florida high school shooting. they urged young people to register to vote. they also honored the 17 people who lost their lives in the attack on february 14th. >> counterprotesters also took to the streets. this group rallied in boston, saying they wanted to protect the constitutional right to bear
arms. protesters here say they want their voices and opinions included in the national conversation as well. >> the president and his wife, melania, are at mar-a-lago tonight ahead of tomorrow's "60 minutes" interview with stormy daniels. she's breaking her violence after claiming she had an affair with the president more than a decade ago. abc news reporter daria allbinger has the latest. >> reporter: at the end of another tumultuous week in the white house, president trump threatened to veto the latest spending bill, forcing a government shutdown. he eventually signed the bill but did tweet he would never sign another bill like this again. he then announced a revised ban on transgender service members. the directive says transgender persons who have had body disforria or require medication or surgery cannot serve. but it does give the pentagon some discretion in the matter. however, this latest policy is still subject to an existing court order that blocks earlier attempts to ban transgender troops. the first family then traveled to mar-a-lago for the weekend, but the president will return to washington on sunday night. the same time the "60 minutes"
interview with stormy daniels is scheduled to air. the former porn star is expected to reveal details and evidence of her alleged 2006 affair with trump. >> i think what we're going to see come out of this is one, we'll see the evidence, what evidence there is. but two, it continues to put unbelievable stress and time constraints on the president of the united states. >> the first lady will not be returning to d.c. tomorrow. instead, she'll be 1,000 miles away from her husband during the interview, staying in palm beach, for their son barron's spring break. daria allbinger, abc news, new york. france is mourning a police officer who died heroically after he traded places with a woman who had been taken hostage by a terrorist. an islamic extremist shot and killed lieutenant colonel arnaud beltran outside a supermarket. beltran had served france overseas in iraq. french flags are flying at half staff across france and its overseas departments. the suspected terrorist killed three other people before police
killed him. police say the gunman was loyal to isis. british investigators are going through evidence seized from the london offices of cambridge analytica. the firm that's accused of improperly obtaining data from 50 million facebook users to manipulate legitimacies. britain's election regulator received a warrant yoefrnt to carry out a raid at the offices. investigators spent seven hours there, leaving with boxes of evidence. the company is under investigation in the uk and the u.s. both cambridge analytica and facebook deny wrongdoing. new details from facebook. officials believe toxic gas killed a couple and their two children at a resort. family and friends first became suspicious when the sharp family didn't return home as scheduled to iowa and they filed a missing persons report. mexican police found their bodies during a welfare check inside the condo they rented in quintana roo. the police chief in their town spoke about the tragedy. >> we're a small community.
so everybody knows somebody who knows the people who are involved. so it's going to hurt for a weil. >> mexican investigators are looking at gas connections to a stove inside the condo the sharps rented. kevin and amy sharp's children were 12 and 7 years old. san jose international airport travelers will soon have a nonstop flight between silicon valley and europe starting tomorrow. lufthansa will resume flying to san jose sunday from its frankfurt, germany hub. the german carrier began flying to mineta in 2016 but suspended the flight last year because of a pilot shortage. it's the only route from sjc to continental europe. the flight will operate five times a week. tim cook offers some words of advice for business leaders. what prompted a plea for calm today from apple's ceo. that story's coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00. could be saving my nephew's life or thousands of others. >> and soccer fans in the south bay took part tonight in a life-saving mission. the goal befoe the game. that's ahead.
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relatives and their ages and relationships with them. and then it can get a little bit more in depth. >> like your cell phone number, a photo of your home, your criminal record. so for less than $35 i buy a month-long subscription to data broker instant checkmate.com. richard saks inputs his name, city, and age. >> oh, wow. that's your picture. >> is that you, though? >> yeah. >> 92 event. relative birth. oh, wow. it has your birth. >> reporter: we comb through the report and come to this section. criminal records. >> criminal traffic. obedience to traffic. >> are these yours? >> i think they are, yeah. i mean, they sound like they would be mine. fugitive from justice. arrest without warrant. i don't think that's me. >> it's not. the criminal records section shows cases under your name and similar names. the website makes that perfectly clear. joe ridout is with consumer
action. at my request he taps in his name. >> these addresses are accurate. >> reporter: i ask for his thoughts on all this. >> there may be actually about 100 of these people search companies out there, compiling your data without your permission, selling it to companies without your knowledge, and doing it all behind your back, essentially. >> and it is perfectly legal. but is it fair? i ask instant checkmate, and i am told these types of public records have always been publicly available. it's been expensive, time-consuming and burdensome to retrieve. instant checkmate believes that making public record information more accessible helps people. data companies told our fresno station it has reunited family members and also helps protect online daters from catfishing scams. >> as much as we understand how much we help the 19 million people who visit our site monthly, we understand that there are some people who are uncomfortable with their data online. >> reporter: there's a good reason to be uncomfortable. this is a treasure trove for
stalkers. and identity thieves could use some of this information to commit fraud in your name. so what do you do? well, every site offers an opt-out. you can go through them one by one. or you can pay a service like abine's delete me to do the work for you. >> you get four reports a year. we tell you where we found your information. we tell you when it was opted out. and you can go back and see that when you do a search for yourself it's gone from those websites. >> reporter: while information will be taken down from the sites, the underlying public record still remains. >> it's not really being deleted. it's more an extended game of whack amoel. >> reporter: shavell agrees, saying when a life event happens like a new baby or mortgage, that can trigger someone's information to be reposted. >> the upshot is people have lost control of their private information and they're frustrated by how many entities are wheeling and dealing their personal data without their permission. >> reporter: i'm michael finney,
7 on your side. apple's chief tim cook urged for, quote, calm heads and more open trade amid fears of a trade war erupting between the u.s. and china. cook's remarks follow president trump announcing on thursday he would like to slap tariffs on up to $60 billion of chinese imports. china said yesterday it is not afraid of a trade war. cook happened to make his remarks during a conference in china's capital, beijing. an accomplished east bay vocalist will now try to wow "american idol" judges tomorrow night right here on abc 7. tori teasley decided on a whim to try out for the show and his talents earned him a place singing before the "idol" judges. he has a bigger message for people who watch his performance tomorrow. >> if there's anything that anyone could pick up from my auditi audition, i just want them to be able to be inspired, to be who they are, without fear, without shame, without guilt. >> great message there. teasley considers chaka khan,
patti labelle, and luther vandross among his musical inspirations. now, don't forget, you can catch "american idol" right here on abc 7 on sunday and monday nights beginning at 8:00 p.m. the san jose earth quaiquak went all out tonight to try to save the life of an infant diagnosed with a rare disease. abc 7 news was at avaya stadium in san jose as the team held a bone marrow drive for 4-month-old bruno lara. he's fighting the immuno efficiency disease called hl-8. lara needs a bone marrow transplant and tonight the team collected cheek swabs of fans at the game hoping to find a donor. >> we're now we're racing against the clock essentially, we're running against the clock, because he's going to need a bone marrow transplant. he's undergoing chemotherapy right now. >> quakes players wore lara's name on their arms and wrists during tonight's game. i had the honor of emceeing an event i'm very passionate-b the ex-pat women's leadership summit. more than 6,000 professional women make up the expat women
network in the bay area, and today was all about women from different backgrounds. many of them immigrants. networking and inspiring others. sharing the stage with me were ceos and artists along with engineers and so much more. i loved meeting each and every one of you. hopefully, we can all keep in touch. right now time for a check on the weather forecast. >> yeah, looking like a little drizzling out there but nothing too serious to write home about. >> some light showers and they're really focused around san jose at this hour. a line of showers moved from north to south. and right now those sprinkles are confined to the south bay. we'll zoom in even closer on live doppler 7 and you can see some showers working through sunnyva sunnyvale, san jose, milpitas, on the way to evergreen, even a little wintry precipitation around mt. hamilton in our higher elevation. some scattered showers. a dusting possible on our hilltops. less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall. future weather tomorrow morning, 5:00 in the morning you can see some showers dotting parts of the bay area. and as we go into the afternoon
the system really winds down but still we have to allow for the chance of an isolated shower pretty much on our coast at that time. highs sunday, we're in our 50s. 55 san francisco, 56 for oakland, 58 in san jose and it's breezy across the board. the accuweather seven-day forecast shows you it is showery tomorrow and then we warm up brighten up and dry out through the upcoming week. >> shu made a yes kind of motion earlier. >> he's got six days. >> he also made this motion because it's time for him to talk. >> quakes welcomed back landon donovan tonight in a friendly and he scored the winning goal for the get ready for spring-at the ross spring shoe event. ross has the must-have styles and brands for a fraction of what you'd pay elsewhere. step one: get to ross. step two: walk out with top brands at big savings... ...at the ross spring shoe event.
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season back in 2005 and 6, becoming the only shark to win the maurice rocket richard award for the league's top scorer. the kid from moose factory, canada was a fan favorite. the cheechoo train they called him. and he dropped today's ceremonial puck with his son. after a career that lasted from 2002 to 2017 he's calling it quits. we caught one cheech today and asked him about returning to the bay area, which he will now call home. >> it's been great. you know, it's something i get to spend some time with my family. obviously i miss playing hockey but at the same time it's a great new chapter to start. i met my wife here, had my son here. and you know, just to be around these fans again. you know, they treated me really well when i was here. they were always behind me. and to hear that one more time, it brings back memories for sure. i got to bring my son out there, and he got to see, you know, i was playing here before he was born. sew got to kind of see the crowd's reaction to me and not just on video. so it was kind of cool. i'm retired now. so you know, for me it was a
decision i made to come back home and spend more time with my family. to get out here and see that it was real special. seeing a guy like joe pavelski taking the face-off a little weird but kind of cool at the same time. former san jose earthquake and the man who scored the most goals in mls history landon donovan returned to the pitch for one night only. he was playing in an exhibition game for club lyon against you guessed it his san jose earth quaixz. ahave aia stadium where fans can watch him one more time. 19th minute ball takes a bad bounce off a defender and donovan with a little spinorama goal. 1-0 lyon. chris wondolowski can surpass him for most goals this year. club lyon wins the international friendly. 1 #-0 your final. >> just happy to play. it was a great night. i thought the game was pretty good for a friendly. they are -- san jose are a very good team.
the league, even in two years, is much different, and the quality is much better. i thought it made for a great game. and i had fun. pga tour. the dell technology match play set up like the ncaa tournament. and we're down to the final four. kevin kisner knocked off ian poulter today in the elite eight. he advances with an 8-6 victory. he'll face alex norden of sweden, who took care of cameron smith with putts like that. he advances 4-2. bubba watson advancing. he's playing the best golf he's played in a couple years. here's bubba being bubba. puts it close. and he's going to face justin thomas, who won three straight on the back nine over carl stanley. beats him 2-1. if thomas reaches the finals he takes over number 1 in the world. finally, nico curran, fiance to warriors owner joe lacob was inducted into the alameda county women's hall of fame today. recognized for her philanthropy efforts through the warriors community foundation. she was one of 13 women honored today in oakland for their
various community contributions. congratulations to all. this abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. and i have to give drew tuma a shout out. the abc 7 team at the lucasfilm trivia night were the winners. 60 teams and you guys won it all. >> very impressive. >> made it close, too. >> did you answer one question? >> some. >> that's it for tonight. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm dion lim. for drew and