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the relationship was between those three people but said the shooting was not random. >> reporter: the shooting on the bay bridge left drivers deadlocked for four hours on the bay bridge just before treasure island. we showed you the backup. >> there's no reason to believe this was completely random. >> reporter: raul was heading to work this morning when he heard gunshots. >> i heard five shots and the guy hits me and we both turned around and lucky other cars didn't hit me. >> reporter: lopez says he went to check on the driver. >> i went to check on the driver and he was dead. >> reporter: two other people were also shot. >> one was shot in the arm and the other shot in the leg. >> reporter: a second vehicle was also shot at. >> which vehicle was shot at i don't know the exact details. >> reporter: the special investigations unit is handling the case. >> going through the video
footage as well as evidence collected on scene. >> reporter: passengers who couldn't wait any longer this morning walked back into the city, roller bags and all. >> right few, chp investigators say they only have a very vague description of the suspect's vehicle as being either gray or silver and hopefully where the video footage will help the investigators. abc7 news. >> thank you. we did send several push alerts to keep you updated on this morning's shooting and radio closure. you can update it to get the latest news as it happens. >> that devastating plane crash sthern californi into concord. you can see it falling into the strip mall and everybody was killed. the pilot was married to marriage lara shephard and nasin
and hakimis. they were heading to a motivational conference. >> the whole organization is in shock and disbelief and shock and hard for families of everybody we lost and in our company devastated. >> that plane crashed in the parking lot. this was in santa ana. nobody on the ground was hurt and given permission to land but didn't make it to the airport. a suspicious house fire killed three people including twin girls yesterday morning. >> joining us outside the vallejo police department with the latest. wayne. >> reporter: we're hoping for more from the vallejo police department this afternoon and say they may not have more
information until tomorrow. this is a sad story about two twin girls. they loved pop music and wrestling together on a junior high school team and their friends loved them. today, those friends were talking. outside this partially burned home on georgia street in vallejo, a lingering smell of smoke and more than a taint of foul play in the air. >> it's quite horrible what happened to them and how they died. they didn't deserve it. not what they deserved. >> reporter: 14-year-old twins and presumably their mother never escaped their home when it caught fire early sunday morning. vallejo police and fire have been investigating ever since. >> it appears to be intentional, suspicious in nature and i can't go into further details than that. >> reporter: a murder case, right? >> it's being investigated as a homicide. >> reporter: friends of the girls told us there had been household strife recently.
>> there had been some problems, i don't know if i can give it out. >> reporter: kyla had a hard time balancing the pain of the loss with joy with their memories. >> when ever you hung out with them you have that aura of happiness around them because they're always laughing and happy. >> reporter: that is tough to deal with at 14 years old, tough at any age. >> we have to honor them with these flowers over here. we miss them a lot. >> we were like sisters. >> vallejo police are asking for help from anyone who might have something to help them resolve this case. among the mystery, why no one in the house called the fire department that wayne freedman, abc7 news. the fires in the north bay may end up being the largest in state history. so far, it burned more than
273,000 acres, making this the second largest and 8,000 behind the largest ever. it's growing by thousands of acres everyday and not fully contained. it even spreads rapidly at night, when most fires slow to a crawl. more than 9,000 buildings were threatened. good news, people from lake port were allowed to return man d releasing car fires and these super tankers can drop more than 18 gallons each run. it is 45% contained and firefighters aren't sure when they will have it fully contained. this week, a pg&e worker died responding to the carr fire. jairus ayeta was killed responding to the fire. they were working to repair it
in dangerous campaign. there is a gofundme page so far raised $29,000. >> the airbnb community has opened its doors to fire evacuation as well as relief workers deployed to help. each stay is free. find open beds and rooms at airbnb.com or offer up your own home on the site. yosemite national park remains closed because of the fires. it includes yosemite valley the top tourist destination. the ferguson fire has been blamed for two deaths since it broke out july 13th and flames burned 140 square miles and 38% contained. in southern california, fire crews battling a new wildfire burning in orange county. this is a live picture of the a
feet into the air. evacuation orders are in effect for two cabin communities in the rugged mountain area. the fire broke out about two miles from there, a d.c. tanker jet is helping fight the flames from the sky. erupting between president trump and governor brown about how they use the water and a tweet about fresh water being diverted into the ocean. president trump urged to use it to fight the fires. governor brown tweeted back saying it doesn't merit a response. >> you're looking at images now showing how smoke is moving across california. the national weather service is trying to predict where the smoke from all these many fires will end up blowing.
as you can see, some of the thickest areas are choking the central valley and sierra and you can see what it's doing in the bay area. sky 7 over the east bay and thick smoke still hanging in the air. feels like there is an ever present haze since they began. >> how the air impacted, let's get to spencer christian on the forecast. >> that haze is thicker and more obvious in other parts of the state. look at this satellite image showing the smoke in the sierra, it's terribly smokey and quality is declining. here is an air quality forecast for tomorrow, yellow and green dots indicate moderate to good air quality we are fortunate to experience in the bay area. look at the orange and yellow dots -- orange and red dots in the central valley and sierra, indicating unhealthy air and
declining and continuing to decline as long as those fires continue to burn and burning now. i will take you up to the mendocino complex, dangerously hot and dry in both locations and gusty winds and conditions not improving. thank you. authorities say the body of a young woman found yesterday is not that of a missing 20-year-old who used to live in oakland. they found the body of 20-year-old sadie, from westpoint, iowa, about 20 miles from molly tibbetts home from brooklyn. they told investigators av var ratto jumped out of his car during an argument and he's been charged with an accident. for tibbetts, safe return for $260,000, a record amount for crime stoppers of central iowa. she disappeared without a trace three weeks ago.
a man has been everitt jamison pleaded guilty for helping isis plan an attack last year. he planned to use pipe bombs to scatter the crowd and shoot at people running away from the explosions. once he's released from prison, he will spend the rest of his life on probation. pulling the plug on info wars. the controversial site no longer welcome on social media platforms. what does that mean. the newest lottery mega millionaires. some even returned to work today despite their new s >>i almost didn't audition for idol slowly out of fear. >> why you shouldn't hold back if you're even thinking about the possibility of auditioning. checking on traffic at 4:10 on this monday. creeping along trying to get
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subsibers.re h jones but ty use military tactic, say no one's censoring you, what are you talking about, nobody -- until they finally dropped the hammer. >> last week, facebook removed four videos from the pages after determining they violated its hate speech and bullying policies and suspended jones' personal profile. joining us with more on the implication of all of this, executive editor at c net. facebook, youtube, apple, spotify, but not twitter. what are the twitter rules on all of this involving hate speech and why not twitter? >> interesting. twitter has always been -- see themselves as the free speech wing of the free speech movement what they call themselves and i think they're still trying to figure out where the line is as
all these companies, facebook, google, trying to figure out where are the rules and where will they draw the line what's acceptable and not. we're seeing apple on sunday and a bunch of other companies afterwards drew that line and said, no more for alex jones incomplete twitter is still allowing him to run. they put out a statement saying basically he hadn't broken their rules in the same way he had on other platforms. we'll see, right? interesting to see how this all plays out. >> were the restrictions put in place a surprise to anybody or could you see this coming? >> it was very clear alex jones was not going to let the warnings he was receiving change the way he did business. it was up to companies to decide whether or not they were going to do anything. we have written on c net there is a big debate in silicon valley what to do about the rules and silencing conservative
voices. that is a big debate and will only get a lot larger now that this has happened. the tech world is under pressure to do something about profiles and speech allowed on their platforms. you have first amendment versus hate speech. one person's hate speech is another person's -- that's fine. >> part of the problem is the first amendment does not apply to companies. it stops the government from limiting your speech but not companies themselves. what's interesting is that facebook is one of the largest websites on the planet. more than 2 billion people using it every month and add in twitter and youtube, it's massive. when they restrict your speech they have control over a massive platform and control the ability for you to get more audience. a huge concern. >> alex still has his website and news feed and video and people that want to hear his message can sign up. >> right. but he will argue and his
followers argue they have been cut off from expanding their presence and influence. that's part of this conversation. what is acceptable and where do we draw the line a wt eventually are these companies going to have to say? are we going to do this on an individual basis? alex jones is band these other aren't. is bad and these others aren't. >> it's what led to the popularity of facebook and youtube. anybody can go on and you can have your voice heard this is problem and they have to police anybody can be heard on their site. >> remember arab spring happened here and black lives matter and world changing things have happened on these platforms. there's also and other side of it. we're dealing with it right now. it's frankly good we're taking
on these hairy questions. i can guarantee there is no easy answer here. at one point or another we will hear congress weigh in, i'm certain of it. >> it's tricky for these companies not used to dealing with it. from cnet, thanks for coming in? thanks for having me. >> let's get to spencer christian for a check on our weather. >> we still have mainly sunny skies across the bay area although there is sunny skies across part of the coastline. gusts in san francisco. around the bay, 12-15 miles an hour wind speeds and it will remain that way for a while. looking northward, 62 degrees in san francisco, oakland, 72. mountain view, 77. 94 at san jose. another look at the fog rolling in from emeryville camera, san jose, 85. 96, concord and 94 in livermore.
there's the fog, as you can camera. foggy conditions on the coast and bay overnight. the heat retreats the end of the week. about a two or three day warm-up. shows fog moving along the coastline and locally out over the bay. probably will not reach many inland areas, will retreat to the coast tomorrow given mostly sunny skies over the coast and inland. mid to upper 50s and lows, low to mid 60s and warm conditions in the mid-unit90s. way up north, mid-90s.mid-90s. you will see rising temperatures wednesday and 101 at cloverdale and clear lake. on thursday, antioch almost clu,
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"american idol" is hitting the road in search of its next big star. our sister station in los angeles has the details. >> reporter: abc's first season of "american idol" landed maddie poppe in the winner's circle. now, the search is on the musical bus tour an saturday, aug 25th. trevor holmes had a memorable season one when judge katy perry fanned over his audition and encouraging others to follow in his footsteps. >> why did you want to go back and do this? >> the big reason for me, i
almost didn't audition for "idol" solely out of fear. i was scared. i saw it on tv and thought, maybe one day i could do that. when the auditions came around and the situation arose, no, i'm not going to go. luckily, the people in my life that love me said, trevor, you will regret it if you don't at least try. ♪ in case you didn't know katie i'm crazy about you ♪ >> nice. >> if you could go back and do anything different, would you, and what would it be? >> i've spent so many nights up thinking about this. i wouldn't change anything. ♪ >> i think that things happen the way they were supposed to. wouldthange m anhi>>eporter: holmes has been nashvill working w songwrits putting toget
he has two key pieces of advice for "idol" hopefuls. >> breathe and don't be anything other than yourself. they can see that. if they see the authenticity, that's most important. >> reporter: abc7 news. for a look at all the bus tour locations go to abc7news.com. former n'sync band member, lance bass, says he's heart broken after being outbid on a house of his dreams. he made a bid on the landmark brady bunch house. he thought she house was his and lost out saturday. he said he felt he was used to drive up the home. the 39-year-old had plans to save the three bedroom two bath at one point scheduled for demolition. he even invited maureen mccormick who played marsha marsha. the house was listed for $1.8
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>> these are the headlines at 4:30. one person is dead after a shooting on the bay bridge. it led to a crash involving two evacuation. they shut down all of the lanes leading to a nightmare commute. they have not released details about the suspect. the carr fire has burned 163,000 acres and right now threatening 1200 homes and the fire is 45% contained. laura anthony tweeted about three danville realtors killed in a plane crash. talking to their co-workers about this sudden and tragic loss. three months after pulling out of the iran nuclear deal, president trump reimposed sanctions on iran. they now don't have the backing of major ally is in europe.
breaking down the latest. >> reporter: the u.s. is turning up the heat on iran, snapping the first set of sanctions suspended under the ira nuclear deal back into place. >> i with drew the united states from the horrible and very expensive, and a deal that didn't work, the iran nuclear deal. >> reporter: the move comes months after president trump with drew the iran nuclear deal. it prompted protests and could persist as the administration threatens even tougher sanctions targeting iranian oil and the country's central bank. >> i hope everything will be fine with us in iran. i will tell you, they are a much different country than they were four months ago. >> reporter: benjamin netanyahu welcoming the move and urging other countries to do the same. the goal of applying maximum pressure to iran may fall short without help from china or the
eu or other countries. the eu not only does not support sanctions but making a move to oppose them threatening a law to protect them from the sanctions. >> to protect new companies doing a system of business with iran from the impact of the u.s. extra territorial sanctions. >> the trump administration says the president is open to working with iranian officials and agreement, if they don't want a regime change but change instead. they rebuffed it saying president trump can't be trusted because he's already gone back on the word of the u.s. an investigation under way into a deadly tanker truck in northern italy. at least one person was killed and seven injured in the area. it collided with a petroleum
tank and look at the flames in the air. the force caused part of the highway to collapse. saying they haven't been able to reach many in sunday's massive earthquake and the death toll will surely rise. at least 20,000 people are in temporary shelters. the magnitude 7.0 quake hit lombok, leveling thousands of homes and businesses. it was the second on lombok in a week. a new order a by the pentagon is limiting when soldiers can use fitness and cell phone apps. they are denied wearing the fitness trackers and cell phone apps because they can reveal their location. technology on personal and government devices present a significant thousands of reside
to leave their homes because of the carr fire, burned more than 163,000 acres, adding up to 254 square miles, now, 45% contained. many people are returning home and many got a pleasant surprise when they did arrive home. >> a little teary. i cried but just about -- i haven't cried but just about ready to. >> they evacuated their home during the carr fire, after packing up what they could, they stayed at a nearby hotel for 10 days, until this sunday, when they finally were allowed back home. >> i've got goosebumps and shaky and stuff. i didn't believe there would be this much greenery left. >> it's just, you know, blessed. just truly blessed. >> reporter: while they were away, they had a neighbor check on their home. >> three days ago we got a text from our next door neighbor,
craig, who said, i've been in here, snuck in and in here a couple days and there's pg&e guys on your property putting a pole up. i texted him back, could you take pictures of the house? he said, sure. when he texted me with pictures, one of them was this note right here on the front door. >> reporter: that note was from a fire fighter left at their door. he had watered their garden and flowers while they were away. >> a firefighter named ray b stayed at our house a couple days, watering our plants and taking care of our baby turkeys. >> reporter: jeff shared the note on facebook hoping to find this firefighters and thank him and all the firefighters. >> if you see this broadcast and can get hold of us somehow or we can get hold of you somehow i want to give you a great big hug. >> there are no words to thank
them. god bless them all and stay safe. >> what a nice firefighter to take care of their house and pets and plants. over the weekend, president trump approved a disaster declaration for shasta county. helping to get bay area kids off the sidewalk and onto a course that challenges their physical and mental skills. one of the most dangerous highways in the country, happens to be in the bay area. >> you can see the fog about to roll in. i will show you how far we can expect the fog to move in in my accuweather forecast coming up. taking a live look at our taking a live look at our traffic,california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones, - (phone ringing) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program. call or visit
in an effort to boost public confidence and safety of the bart system, they started what's the bart safety security scan. >> and details on this emergency system that will have all hands on deck, carolyn. >> that's right. bart has one officer for every two to three stations. starting today that will help boost commuter confidence in the system. >> you may notice the change on your commute home tonight. mandatory emergency staffing
means all bart police a week,hol da o they're ai the platform. commuters are applauding. there's a lot of creepy people in there to approach you and nice to have more people to make you feel safe. >> reporter: the emergency measure comes in the wake of a wave of violent attacks, including the fatal stabbing of nia wilson. a san francisco college student told us he was brutally beaten by a man on the platform. he said he hit me so hard my glasses flew across the station. he drew his own sketch of the suspect. bart police say they are investigating. police presence iai to have played a role capturing a suspected thief in san francisco today after he escaped from bart police. >> reporter: having more officers at every point ofsystet
the right place at the right time. >> reporter: in addition to boosting visibility. bart is recommending enhance security training, install emergency call boxes on all platforms and have a more robust system to catch fare evaders. camera technology would be upgraded. those measures need the board's approval. officers started today. keith garcia heads the union. the staffing will be effective, we will saturate the system with a lot of officers in uniform. can we sustain that a long period of time? no. but in the short term. >> he says that can maintain this new schedule three or four weeks. the solution, higher more officers and believes wages will have to be increased to do that. >> if wages have to go up, there will be a cost.
how much will all of these proposals cost if everything gets implemented? >> in terms of the wages, they're in the middle of contract negotiations right now. that remains to be seen. other proposals the general manager estimates the initial cost is about $28 million. the proposal goes to the board this thursday. >> carolyn tyler in the newsroom, thank you. >> now, we need to get back to spencer. >> the latest on the forecast the rest of the week. >> we have fog up the coast. sun sunny skies over the bay overnight. and mid to upper 50s for the most part. low 60s in the east bay and mild to warm day. highs, 62 degrees around the bayshore line and inland highs low to mid 90s. tomorrow, ukiah, highs near 100.
a powerful hurricane hector is moving generally in the direction of hawaii and expected to move a couple hundred miles south of hawaii and could produce fairly strong gusty wind and tropical wave heights and a gusty storm watch for the islands. thursday appears to be the hottest day of the forecast. inland highs are the warmest spots on thursday and over the weekend. some of the most dangerous places in america is california and a busy internet freeway. looking at federal highway safety data to come wake up a ranking. highway 101 in santa clara came up as the 16th most dangerous highway in the u.s. interstate 5 is the fourth most dangerous in the u.s. the country's
dangerous highway is u.s. route 93 in arizona, between the hoover dam and wickenburg, arizona. coming up, movie pass making big changes just to try to stay afloat and customers may not like some of this. plus, the latest tech gadgets keep coming and which ones are worth the investment and which can you avoid. michael finney with tips to keep you tech savvy without breaking the bank. >> you purchased the the book, did you make the
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an average user and how much is enough? here to talk about that is niklas. thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> let's start with laptops. a lot of choices, how do i pick? >> a fair point, a ton of laptops from a ton of brands. a couple things to keep in mind to better understand what you plan to do with the laptop. if your computing needs are modest, productivity, facebook, you could probably get away with a 500 or $600 laptop more than you need. watch out for 4k displays because a lot are pushing that hard this year. they look great, high resolution and really hurt the battery life so you probably don't want that in a laptop. >> it seems like every week a new smartphone comes out. do i need to upgrade constantly?
>> not necessarily. if you're sending text messages or checking e-mail. older estimate phones are fine, they're crazy powerful. the i 6s is a recommended model, 450 bucks. you don't need the latest smartphone to send a text message. >> how do i pick a printer. i walk in, i can't believe how cheap they are. then i have to buy ink and that is part of it, right? >> that is part of it. the way they get you, a really cheap printer, 100 bucks, but you're paying so much money over the total life span in ink, we project the total cost of ownership, you're spending $600 in ink over the course of the thing's life, not a great deal. one way to circumvent that, there are newer laptops that use
ink reservoirs, bottles of ink, super cheap, $12 a pop and last two years in our tests. these printers are a little more expensive up front but over the life of the device, you will save tons of money. >> we will post information on abcnews.com. thank you. i appreciate it. that was michael finney. more changes coming to movie pass. the financially troubled movie ticket service will soon impose a three films a month limit instead of the current ones everyday. it will include many marriage studio first run films and not clear whether it will rescind the recent policy of borrowing most major releases in the first two weeks. they had planned to increase these by 50% but decided against that after subscriber backlash. they recently borrowed $5 million to pay its bills.
two new programs to get kids off the sidewalk and challenges their physical and mental skills and these lessons are fast paced. >> get your feet level. >> dust was flying and spirits soaring on a newly built track in richmond. for some kids, just being on a bmx bike was an experience. >> i came here and didn't know how to ride a bike and asked for training wheels and learned. >> reporter: it's called flood the streets with bikes. the founder was once paralyzed after a shooting incident and fueled his rehabilitation to bmx bike racing. >> for me, it's helping give back to my community for the good things it's done to me, i can help the next one do that. >> reporter: the program is geared to city kids who may not have owned or ridden a bike.
they were taking an opportunity in richmond where the city carved a bmx bike course and lure kids away from the streets. >> instead of getting professionals to come in and tell us what to do, the starks have the stuff from the community that they want in. >> reporter: it is called "dirt world," paid for from city funds and donations. they have partnered with gofundme to raise money for these programs and hoping to level the challenges underprivilege kids might experience in life by giving them a chance to harness ups and downs on the race course. >> of you'd like more information on dirt world or flood the streets with mike's program we have links on our website. neat. >> yeah. before the warriors won the back to back titles, bobbleheads
during preseason play. >> warriors showed these bobbleheads of steph curry, kevin durand and draymond green. younized the hockey stick is because it will bet the shark tank. i think they had steph curry bobblehead and the stick. it's really cull. >> they said they loved their jobs but did they show up to work the monday after they won the lottery? we will show up and what would you do? would you still show up if you became an instant millionaire? >> i know what i would do. i'd miss you, mam. >> we'd miss you, too. >> new at 5:00, we are digging deeply into that deadly plane
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tonight in primetime abc7 "the bachelorette" for three hours. and then we will be at the winner of the jackpot will be keeping their jobs. they work at wells fargo in san jose. what would you do? reaction from loyal customers at that lucky bank. >> reporter: $14 million smiles greeted customers at the wells fargo branch in san jose as word spread employees hit the jackpot. >> were you one of the lucky winners? all smiles, they didn't say much. >> reporter: some stopping by to congratulate the new millionaires. >> i have tears in my eye, so
excited for them. >> reporter: customer kathy, knows a few winners still on the job. >> i went up to her and gave her a big hug. >> reporter: their ages 21-60. 11 of the bank employees including a supervisor pitched in two bucks a piece into the office pool. the winning ticket bought at ernie's liquor store last the 544 million winning jackpot, after taxes, each employee walked away with at least $19 million. >> wow! >> reporter: the new wealth slightly impacted a branch having to close ids doors this past saturday. corporate officials said it would not comment other than they were happy and brought in others to assist. >> a lot of new faces that didn't make sense to me because i was told they were going to
keep their job here. >> reporter: no word on the other employees who didn't join the office pool. san jose, abc7 news. >> just imagine you work with some of the winners and pretty much all the time you put your two in an and buy and buy and buy and nothing. one time you don't put your two in they win the mega you would pretty much be hating life everyday. i suspect the woman who buys the tickets uses the money to pay for her car or whatever. we never win anything! look at the poll result, 75%. i think it's 95%, to be honest. good luck the next time you buy. enhanced video features and
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it just dropped. >> a crash in the bay area. five people killed in this horrifying crash. cameras captured it in this parking lot. >> thank you for joining us. tonight, crews are cleaning up the wreckage in santa ana and trying to figure out what went wrong in a moment. >> first, live with what we're learning about the victims. >> reporter: hi, dan. what we learned, all five boarded this plane in buchanan field yesterday. they were on their way to a real estate conference in southern california and what happened down there so close to the airport left many in the east bay stunned. >> it's extremely shocking, extremely shocking. >> reporter: those who knew the five people who died in sunday's plane crash in southern california are just starting to