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boogie boarder. in the south bay a 3-year-old boy is dead. his grandmother accused in his murder. did you get this in the mail? the political flier some people are calling racist. right now a coast guard is searching for the body of a boogie boarder who was swept out to sea sat poplar beach in half moon bay. >> family and friends a also out there, correct? >> reporter: they are still out there with their flashlights still looking even though this has become a recovery effort. according to the victim's best friend's family he was pulled out by a riptide and his friend charged his harldedest to save . >> a.j. just yelled at him to
float on his back, watch the waves. and a.j. got sucked into the undertow as well, and he felt like he was drowning. >> luckily someone reached a.j. in time and pulled him back to shore. he and his friends were seen boogie boarding when a riptid sneaked up on them. >> sometimes when you have two current that are battlin each other it causes the rip current out to sea. >> reporter: friends and family refused to leave poplar beach where they had come on spring break. >> he was a gifted athlete. we'd known him since he was a baby, and he had a -- my daughter said he had a full ride scholarship to university of wyoming. i feel so sorrowful for the
family. all their hopes were in him. >> reporter: and the coast guard will remain in the water until midnight. the rest of the crews, however, have left for the night. >> such a shame. lisa, thank you. also developing tonight, a pilot is dead after a plane crash in fullerton, california, just north of anaheim. the faa says no one else was oboard. the twin-engine plane caught fire just after 8:00 tonight. the pilot had filed a flight plan with a des i of theseju be under way. new at 11:00, a political mailer many people received this week and saw on tv and online is being called racist propaganda. kate larson live in san francisco with the story tonight. >> reporter: this flier showed up in my mailbox and it surprised me along with many
other san franciscans including mayor london breed. >> it's offensive, it's hurtful, it's disrespectful. >> reporter: mayor london breed says she's disgusted by this political mailer which equates this statehousing bill to negro removal. >> i lived through it and we are still sadly living with the impacts. >> reporter: the mailer and tv ads seen throughout san francisco this week with a 1963 quote from actor and activist james baldwin. state senator scot wiener is the author of sb 50. the mailer accuses wiener of making the housing affordability crisis worse for working class communities of color. >> we went through a terrible time period where we were pushing african-american people out of san francisco and bulldozing neighborhoods. this bill is designed to stop that from happening in the
future. >> reporter: the mailer was paid for by healthy housing foundation, a division of the health care foundation based in los angeles and run by michael weinstein who spoke to be my phone tonight. >> we standby it. the truth may hurt, but the reality is san francisco has become a place that all the rich people and mostly white people can live in. >> to think someone would be that unprincipled to prey upon the pain of black people. >> reporter: reverend amos brown is president of the san francisco branch of the naacp. he also received the flier in the mail. >> it's racist. >> reporter: mayor breed buzz support sb50, but it is controversial. even those opposed to the bill like supervisor gordon mark are against this flier. live in san francisco, i'm kate larson, abc 7 news. >> thank you. let's go to the south bay now
and a really tragic story. a 3-year-old boy is dead, his own grandmother in jail accused of murder. abc 7 news reporter amanda decostillo live with the story tonight. the little boy later died. his grandmother was then arrested wednesday night in san jose. a family is mourning the loss of a 3-year-old boy. police say he was under the care of his grandmother at the time. >> unfortunately, this little boy died, and we had to take the grandmother into custody. >> reporter: police say the incident happened monday afternoon on the 700 block, officers responded to a 911 call. they found the boy unresponsive. >> our officers tried every possible method to try to preserve his life. >> reporter: the county coroner
says the boy was strangled. on wednesday the grandmother the 70-year-old was booked into jail for homicide and child abuse. back in the gated communty say it's tough to imagine such tragedy could happen so close to home. >> generally it's pretty pleasant, family oriented, kids all around. >> reporter: police say the boy's parents were out-of-state, and he lived with his aunt who acted as his guardian and his grandmother at the time. the santa clara county sheriff's office says she's being housed in a dorm for the severely mentally ill to make sure she doesn't harm herself or others. >> it's not only shocked our community but shocked our personnel. and i as a father, i can't believe what the family is going through. >> reporter: she's expected to make her first court appearance
friday afternoon. abc 7 news. >> all right, thank you so much, amanda. we have new details tonight about a large group of students who became mysteriously sick at a berkeley school. berkeley police say a hazmat team was called out to malcolm x elementary just after 9:00 this morning. 50 students and a teacher reported feeling disney and felt some nausea. the air was tested but nothing toxic was found. more tests will be conducted tomorrow. hundreds of people marched through east oakland late this afternoon to demand safer intersection. it's all in response to the deaths of a 6-year-old and his mother. they were killed by a hit-and-run driver saturday night. many of the marchers were from oakland international community school for angel was a kindergartner. >> it's not just our student that we're asking people to slow down for. it's for the community and to
recognize doing doughnuts and doing a sideshow and speeding down our streets might seem like fun until someone dies. >> police have the vehicle involved but are still looking for the suspect, up to a $25,000 reward is being offered tonight for information leading to his arrest. new developments, muny is taking action after a passenger was dragged with her hand caught in the door of a light rail car last friday. starting next month muny will begin to upgrade the new trains with censors on both sides of the door that open when touched. >> the sensor is on the car body and the enhanced design we have a second sensor that's on the door so that it can stop based on touching on either side. >> right now seven of the 40 new trains have the upgraded censors. muny maintains the new fleet which started service only two years ago has the highest safety standards. but a witness of last week's
dragging incident isn't convinced. >> i hope whatever fix they're trying to implement helps but i also don't have any confidence based on what i've seen. >> another dangerous problem, a pin connecting two cars snapped last week midride. it's not clear when a fix will happen. the scoot has pulled all of its electric scooters off san francisco streets. the san francisco company sent an e-mail saying its kick scooters need a firm wear update to help prevent threat. it was permitted to operate 625 scootsers in san francisco. the company says 435 of them were stolen in a five month span. the scooters should be back on the street early next week. san francisco may have a plan for pg&e. why the mayor says some good can come from the company's bankruptcy. breaking down the nearly 450 page mueller report. what you need to know and what
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the redacted version of the special counsel's report on the russia investigation was made public today. now tonight abc 7 news reporter marcy gonzalez explains this is far from over. >> reporter: the mueller report finally released today nearly 450 pages detailing the results of a wide ranging 22-month long investigation. the special counsel finding no evidence of a criminal conspiracy between the president or his associates and russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. but declined to clear the president on 11 possible instances of obstruction of justice. the report describing the moment the president learned a special counsel had been appointed.
the president slumped back in his chair and said, oh, my god, this is terrible. this is the end of my presidency, i'm blanked. the investigation finding the president repeatedly tried to intervene and pressured white house counsel don mcgahn to get mueller fired. he refused. that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out his orders. robert mueller noting, if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state. >> the special counsel made clear he did not exonerate the president. >> the facts that are now established by this report are damning. >> reporter: but still the president is claiming vindication. >> i'm having a good day, too. it was called no collusion, no obstruction. >> reporter: defiantly tweeting tonight i have the right to end the whole witch hunt if i wanted. i could have fired everyone including mueller if i wanted.
i chose not to. i had a right to use executve privilege, i didn't. but this is still far from over. there are more than a dozen related investigations under way. some members of congress will soon get to see a largely unredacted portion of the report, and mueller has been called onto testify here on capitol hill by the end of next month. marcy gonzalez, abc news, capitol hill. >> and we've made it easy for you to find the mueller report. we've posted it on our website. san francisco mayor london breed is considering taking ove utility undergoes bankruptcy. it filed for bankruptcy in january. the company faces enormous liabilities in recent wildfires. mayor breed says she sees an opportunity to use pg&e's local infrastructure to deliver clean power to residents while keeping rates low. >> of course if it's a possibility we are definitely going to take advantage of the opportunity to do so, which will enhance our clean power sf
program. >> the mayor says she's expecting results later this month of a feasibility study into this idea. an unusual sight is drawing quite the crowd to a park in san francisco. >> a young elephant seal is molting or shedding its fur on the beach. it's a normal process until they head back into the water. >> signs advising on lookers to give the animal its space. all right, let's turn our attention to the weekend forecast which of course includes easter. >> yeah, and easter is going to be fantastic dan and ama. we saw that fog rolling in through the golden gate this afternoon, and as the day went on the fog started expanding and stretching out a bit. so we are definitely going to notice some changes with that fog rolling in. tomorrow at the coast it is going to be noticeably cooler.
anything but cooler today. it was warmer, about 10 to 15 degrees above average. in some instances almost 20 degrees. 85 santa rosa, 79 in oakland. sfo you were at 78 degrees. we're still holding onto some of the warmth from earlier in the day away from the coastline. most of you in the 50s, 60s. visibility is pretty low in half moon bay right now, so definitely watch out. your morning commute will include low visibility if you're driving, so be careful. foggy, misty if you're taking the ferry across the bay. and if you are walking there will be some dense fog around. so here's a look at what you can expect as we head towards the next couple of days. first off, definitely watch out for that fog. it may even be a little misty in spots for the morning commute. certainly dense in spots. cooler coast, warm inland still for tomorrow, and then sunnily and milder for easter. here's a live look from our east bay hills camera.
you can see that fog just surrounding the sales force tower and lurking over san francisco. temperatures first thing in the morning, 40s, 50s. the fog will be thickest along the coast. it can't get over the east bay hills so it's just going to be locally right around the bay. tomorrow afternoon, look at the south bay. still warm. 79 in san jose, 82 78 in mountain view. 66 half moon bay. high clouds and sun and fog as swell. downtown san francisco 67 degrees, north bay 78, in santa rosa, 74 san rafael. in the east bay 73 oakland. head inland 81 in concord and in pittsburgh. 84 brentwood. here's a look at your 12 hour easter planner for sunrise services. 40s, 50s. some low clouds around so definitely needs a light sweater
or jacket. accuweather seven day forecast. cooling starts tomorrow. much cooler saturday but those temperatures do rebound for easter. it's going to be nice for all the egg hunts and any plans you have. earth day is looking bright, and then warmer weather follows with mid-80s in our inland valleys as we head towards tuesday and wednesday. >> thanks, sandhya. all right, tomorrow on good morning america, an inside look on the new live action star wars series. >> gma starts at 7:00 a.m. we it, though will be right back.
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good evening. you know who he is. he's kevin durant and after two days of stewing over blowing a 31 point lead to the clippers k.d. and the warriors came out determined to make a statement. stam center, oh, yeah k.d. was ready. first quarter for durant, five shots, five makes, 12 points. steph curry three for three from
three with 13 first quarter. give you a little wink. again foul troubles force him to the bench. what a series he's having with authority. and draymond green with one of his ten assist there. dubs up 73-52 at the break. finishing 38. and he wanted more shots, he got them from k. d. reload, three, boom. and then draymond fines andre iguodala for the slam. and warriors finish it off this time 132-105 take lead. mindy bach in l.a. >> reporter: you heard a lot about the top lock defense, in essence taking the three-point line. those 27 first half points you mentioned, yeah, he got them
without a single three. >> i'm just a player. i'm one of the guys, you know what i'm saying, so whatever my coach needed me to do, no matter what it is i've got to go out there and be prepared menally and physically. so tonight, no different. >> we know how important he is for this team especially when you go deep into a playoff series or final series. and he was sensational. >> where did things go wrong today? >> when we showed up. honestly they just dissected us. it's not smart to get down by 31. honestly, i don't care who you're playing. >> reporter: and he said simply put the warriors were just more physical than the clippers tonight. and he said no team is going to come back from that. >> all right, mindy. have fun. go get in that game behind you there, all right? game five against vegas.
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