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packed and angry room. >> i'm meteorologist sandy patel. tracking a storm that intensifies tomorrow. a robot just made my smoothie. cool technology or job eliminator? there's a measles alert across the south bay. and parents are on-edge. abc 7 news starts right now. >> live, where you live. this is abc 7 news. good evening, everyone. prepare for a slow-going comm umbrellas are by the door. i want to show you live doppler 7. we want to get to street radar where we're tracking mild to moderate rain right now.
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let's track this patch of moisture. you will notice it's heading towards the lower lake area by 11:36 tonight. lighter spottier showers near the east bay. these showers are going to intensify. very light stuff. san francisco, mission district, we'll show you the wider perspective here because we are going to be seeing the rainfall picking up in intensity beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the north bay and just spreading southward and eastward. there's more than rain coming with tomorrow's storm. i'll be back with the hour-by-hour outlook coming up. >> thanks. you can track the rain's arrival anytime with the abc 7 news app. tap on the blue bar at the top of the app for live radar. you can customize the app to get the latest forecast where you live. a police chase in oakland ended with a suspect's car up-ended in a tree. it happened at 79th avenue and russdale street. two suspects are under arrest. it's not clear what they were
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wanted for. no one was seriously hurt. tonight, tension over the bay area's housing crisis heating up in one east bay city. berkeley city council members are giving approval to banning overnight r.v. parking. >> here, we're committed to building a better bay area and finding solutions to problems. we wanted to know is there room for compromise. >> lisa, what's happening right now? >> reporter: dan, that meeting has become very emotional. take a look. it's still going on. it will go on until about 12:30. the emotion is coming out in the form of yelling at council and even at young children. [ chanting ] >> reporter: tonight's berkeley city council meeting pit r.v. owners against council members. item 21 is a proposed r.v. ban.
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most have lived on 8th and harrison for mostly a year. they fell harassed. >> i have to live out here. i don't know what i'm going to do. >> reporter: she graduated from cal last year. >> i'm trying to pay back my student loans. that's why i live in an r.v. >> reporter: not everyone calls the r.v. residents good neighbors. >> we have human feces in our dumpster. students don't feel safe going out to their cars tonight. >> reporter: oakland county called for collaboration. berkeley council members insist there is collaboration. the ban would show compassion. >> it would require basic notice of the ordinance and opportunity to move or cure the issue before enforcement. >> reporter: once the meeting began, all sides spoke their
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truth. >> i want to have a place to sleep at night. >> letting people park wherever they want, whatever they want, is not the solution. >> reporter: on tuesday of next week, two council members plan to unveil a more comprehensive program for r.v. owners, which would include permitting and a registration system. live in berkely >> thank you thak you thank y. in the south bay, a measles alert for those in santa clara county. an infected tourist made several stops across the region and may have exposed shoppers, diners and other visitors to the highly contagious viral infection. abc 7 news reporter amanda castillio is live with the details. >> reporter: the tourist had a busy six days. they made 20 stops across santa
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clara county, including right here at the macey's at fair mall. an infected tourist made 20 stops across the south bay in just six days. march 16th, the first and the busiest. breakfast at this ihop in san jose. a stop at the apple visitor center in cupertino. and then, visited stanford before making a stop at this walmart in mountain view. the day ended in santa clara, at macy's at the valley fair mall. >> there were numerous locations. >> reporter: county health officials say this is not a public health energy. adding the vast majority of people are vaccinated and protected. still, this is a contagious respiratory disease, transmitted from one person to another through the air. >> you don't know if it's just going to be a cough.
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it's concerning. >> reporter: andrea says her 3-year-old daughter is with her all the time. diners in san jose should be on alert. sunnyvale residents, the person made stops to cvs pharmacies and to the 7-eleven obvious evelyn avenue. babies are not protected from measles because they're too young to be vaccinated. >> kids, their immune systems aren't developed. i wouldn't take the risk myself, at least. >> reporter: symptoms include high fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes and a full-body rash. we have a list of the locations that the infected tourist visited in those six days. go to abc7news.com and click on this story. >> thanks, amanda. the latest on an i-team report on the college
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for money laundering. they believe it was for their demand of a preliminary hearing. and we learned more about rick singer. another college consultant, at one point, they had the same client trying to get into college. >> excellent at increasing probabilities. but we can never get it to 100%. he said it was a done deal and i didn't have to worry. >> the client's child ended up attending usc. his parent is now charged in connection with the scheme. ko says after the scandal broke, singer told him, with enough time it will blow over and things will be fine. giants ceo larry baer is suspended without pay for an altercation with his wife. tmz sports obtained video of
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this incident. last week, the san francisco district attorney's office decided not to file charges. his suspension runs through july 1st. he issued a statement saying, i respect and accept the commissioner's decision and appreciate the fair and thorough process taken by mlb and the giants. i made a serious mistake that i sincerely regret. chicago prosecutors are dropping all charges against jussie smollett. the city's mayor and police chief are angry over the decision. >> reporter: jussie smollett's record will be wiped clean. the 16 felony charges against the "empire" actor dropped. >> not for a moment was it in vain. i've been truthful and consistent on every level since day one. >> reporter: that deal blind siding and angering the mayor and top cop, who stand by the investigation. >> do i think justice was served? no. what do i think justice is?
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i think this city is owed an apology. >> this is a whitewash of justice. at the end of the day, it was mr. smollett that convi convic i false claim. >> reporter: back in january, smollett told police two men attacked him using racial and homophobic slurs and putting a noose around his neck. after investigating, police say smollett orchestrated the attack, insisting they had enough evidence that smollett lied, including the testimony of these two brothers that say he paid them by check. >> mr. smollett is still saying he is innocent. is there no decency in this man? >> reporter: tuesday, prosecutors acknowledging they don't believe his story, saying they dropped the charges to focus on violent crime. >> this is not an exoneration. to say he was exonerated by us or anyone else, is not true.
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>> reporter: under the deal, smollett did 16 hours of community service. and he forfeited his $10,000 bond. the fbi is still investigating. d coming up, a first of its kind smoothiemaking artificial intelligence on the usf campus. it's cool technology but could it take your job? thousands of oakland residents are about to get an earthquake alert. and the lineup is out for outside lands. we'll tell you who is going to take the stage. >> all that ahead, first this is what is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live." >> tonight is a night of many explosions. >> hit that button. >> i'm ready. here we go.
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in the east bay, thousands of people can expect to get a text alert about an earthquake as part of a test. oakland will test earthquake early warning technology with people in a 60-square-block area of lake merit. a test to see how long it takes to get the alert delivered to us, once the data is sent to state officials. studies show that can give people at least five seconds notice. >> once the earthquake alert is delivered -- >> earthquake. duck, cover and hold on. >> that gives you just enough time to dr hold on. and that took me about five seconds. and that reduces your risk of being injured.
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>> oakland was selected for the dense because it's a dense on the hayward fault. silicon valley is honoring a food artificial intelligence. kate larsen went to the usf campus to test out the technology that's getting a mixed reception. >> it operates a prep table with three blenders on it. >> reporter: it isn't a chef. not of the human variety. it's artificial intelligence that can blend up to 45 smoothies per hour, with a robot arm that dispenses ingredients and pours with precision. >> what do you do in the process is you create higher quality, higher-paying jobs. this is what robotics and a.i. does. >> reporter: he is the ceo and co-founder of blended. hehi fstne off on the usf campus.
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we met this freshman while he was enjoying his first a.i. smoothie. >> it's creating other jobs and other opportunities that will just further our economy. >> reporter: briana is a first-year statistic and disagrees. >> the blended thing just crashed. you have to question the reliblr reliability of it and whether it's the moral thing to do for people that are looking for jobs in the san francisco economy. >> reporter: blended has hired five student brand ambassadors to teach people about the technology. >> interesting. little weird to watch it work. outside lands has released its lineup for the music fest cal. paul simon will headline. >> a three-day pass is 385
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bucks. prforming will be kacey musgraves, the lumand blink 182. should be fun. meanwhile, we have rain to deal with. >> sandy is praking another system. >> that's right. the spring storm will get stronger. let's get you to street level radar in the north bay, where we are seeing pockets of moderate rain. you will notice across highway 101. we're going to track some lighter showers around the peninsula. los altos hills, cupertino, campbell. you will notice around came by and park. be prepared for some slippery roads. dublin into dublin boulevard, 580, livermore. it's wet. and this storm is barely approaching. these are the showers ahead of the storm. you see the low-pressure system
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off of the post line? this along with heating from the sun is going to trigger some thunderstorms tomorrow. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. we're seeing slippery roadways out there. golden gate camera, it's slippery. it's a level one system. showers heavy at times. expect thunderstorms with small hail and wind gusts at 20 and 30 miles per hour. 11:0 tonight, the focus is north bay and east bay. as we head into 4:00 p.m., notice the wet roadways. you need extra time for the commute. fewer showers at 5:00 a.m., only at 10:00 p.m., heavy rain, the potential is there for thunderstorms with some hail going right on through noontime. if i were you, i would try to keep the lunch inside. and as we go to 2:00 p.m., some heavy rainfall. some of the thunderstorms could turn severe in the south bay and
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the east bay. we'll keep an eye for you. mike nicco is here at 4:30 to 7:00 a.m., tracking this system. 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon, scattered showers. we'll keep the theme going. but isolated at best, between 8:00 p.m. and 11:30 at night. in terms of rainfall totals, where you see a thunderstorm develop, could see 8/10 of an inch of rain. as you look at your temperatures, first thing in the morning, 40s, 50s, allow that extra time for that morning commute. then, for the afternoon, if you don't have to go out, avoid certain areas like the south bay and the east bay, where we see thunderstorms developing. it will be a cooler day. 50ed as and 60s. above 5,000 feet, 3 feet expected for the highest peaks. showers expected tomorrow. lighter showers on thursday. and break out the shades. we'll preview some spring sunshine. and temperatures are going to
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warm. low to mid-70s going into the weekend. low to mid -60s coastside. there's something to look forward to for those of you who are, enough already. >> a lot of people might agree with that. >> thanks, sandy, very much. a show dog that escaped in an airport has been found. how a hungry dummy catched the canine. tomorrow on "good morning america," deaf leopard is live
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a prize-winning show dog is back with its owner tonight after getting loose at the atlanta airport. the american stafford terrier was being loaded on a klm flight to amsterdam on saturday.
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it escaped. the dog's owner is home in the netherlands and cannot wait to be reunited. but a happy ending on that story. >> fortunately. we have a lot of sports to deal with. >> a's going for a sweep in the bay bridge series. mark hannah feeling a
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good evening. giants and a's wrapped up the bay bridge series, with oakland going for the sweep. not the tuneup that jeff samardzija was hoping for. mark hannah, he was looking to hurt some baseballs.
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he doubles off samardzija in the second. in comes profar, 1-0, a's. hannah wins again. big-time homer, deep to left. gave up four runs on six hits. giants load the bases on six hits. it is pouring rain. parra singles to center. it's 4-2. but the game was called in the seventh because of the dell jud deluge. looks like pablo sandoval will make the roster. sean payton gets the change they want but too late. nfl owners are making pass interference subject to review. this includes no calls, which is what happened at the end of the nfc championship game. nba tonight, the beard taking on the greek freak. rockets at bucks. look at cp-3, chris paul, putting on skates.
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james harden thought he had a steal and a pass. and yania giannis says, thank y. and the bucks win this game, 108-94. wizards and lakers. lance stephenson, dancing jeff green into oblivion. he's on a poster. and the lakers' bench goes berserk at this. you have one guy playing dead. lance is dancing. the guy's passed out. javale is stupefied. a bright spot for the lakers in a long year. ga. >> good fun with the a's visiting the boys and girls club in oakland. look at him. no. took him deep. a's mascot, stomper, and montez brought some goodies. and stomper, apparently learning how to code. that's going to be big for an elephant.
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