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deadly shooting spree. >> i'm amanda del castillo. the city of san jose is giving its police department the green light to crack down on street shows. i'm kate larson. an unleashed dog attacked and killed a rarely seen species of seal. imagine what it takes to get a warriors' game pumping. "abc7 news" tarts right now. >> live, where you live. this is "abc7 news." >> oh, [ bleep ]! >> a shooting on the university of north carolina charlotte campus has left two people dead, four people injured, and students were just running as officers moved in. the suspected gunman is under arrest. >> the university sent out a tweet, saying shots reported near kennedy. run, hide, fight, secure yourself immediately. our reporter has the terrifying moments.
>> we o we need medical on. we have multiple victims in here. >> reporter: a college campus on the last day of classes, locked down after an alleged gunman opened fire. >> it was like stay safe, get indoors, fight if you have to, all that. >> reporter: police officers springing into action, students nervously streaming out of campus buildings. some with their hands over their heads. others taking safety inside classrooms. one tweeting we are okay. >> any heart started racing when i first heard the news, and i wanted to get somewhere safe quickly. >> we have the shooter in custody. >> reporter: the alleged shooter, 22-year-old tristan terrell. law enforcement found him armed with a pistol. he was taken into custody. >> i can't tell you the sadness of the entire community to know that a situation like this has occurred on our campus. >> we're all pretty much devastated.
and this was video that was taken as a suspect was being led into police headquarters in charlotte. terrell is a former student at the university. he was being let inside in handcuffs. he turned and smiled at the cameras. television stations are reporting that he was a history major but dropped out this past semester. >> we'll why updated information on that story in the morning. let's bring you back to the bay area. a better con around eay bay area, we're focusing on safer communities and neighborhoods, so we're asking what are the solutions? tonight, the city council volted to make it illegal to even attend a sideshow. amanda del castillo is there live. is un illegal activity
going on, on our city streets. ordinances have been approved by cities like san diego, los angeles, and sacramento. loud screeches, the smell of burning rubber, signs of an illegal street race. the city of san jose is giving sjpd the green light to crack down. >> people are doing these sideshows because people are watching. >> reporter: anyone there watching could face $1,000 in fines and six months in jail. people usually gather by the hundreds. spectators using their cars to block traffic and their bodies as human shields. >> it seems like a lot of fun, but it's not, because people really get hurt. and people get killed. >> reporter: a deadly san jose street racing accident killed an innocent bystander in 2015. an officer was injured in a sideshow in 2017.
and in october 2018, a driver in a suspected street race struck another vehicle, killing an indent person. >> they're doing them right where people live, right where their kids are. open the ordinance looks for spectators within 200 feet of an illegal show. but what if someone was in the wrong place at the wrong time? police will have to use their own discretion in those cases. the hope is to deter enough spectators that drivers don't have anyone to perform for. the city and san jose police kept adepartment are expected t be what can here in six months to discuss the -- what the measure did and how successful it was. here in san jose, amanda del castillo, "abc7 news." >>am, bee constant concern in theo,iver drug and ac transit bus were set
on fire following a sideshow. the city is rooking at a community based strategy to deter the gatherings. we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them on facebook. no one was hurt after some concrete fell from an overpass tonight just after 6:00. the street was closed, so caltrans and the san francisco police department could investigate. it is back open now. the family of an apple engineer who died when his tesla slammed into a barrier has fwsu family walter wong are plan a noenews conference. march of last year, walter wong was headed to his job as an
apple engineer, when his tesla, while on auto pilot, veered into a traffic barrier. he died later at the hospital from impact injuries. the suv batteries bursting into flames after the impact. i was the first to report that he complained on seven to ten occasions, his vehicle veered towards that same barrier on autopilot, but the dealer could not address the issue. his wife explained what happened in our exclusive interview. >> he want to show me how that happen. so, yeah. >> reporter: he told you that the car would drive to that same barrier? >> yes. >> reporter: the same barrier that he finally hit? >> yeah, that's why i saw on the are caltrans.anartshim. reporhe the safety cushion that walter hit had been collapsed by another crash 11 days before.
no response from tesla late today or caltrans, but last year a company spokeswoman told me autopilot is intended for use only with a fully attentive driver and does not prevent all accidents. but it makes them much mess likely to occur. dan noyes, "abc7 news." in the east bay, jurors heard emotional 911 calls from the night of the deadly ghostship fire. "abc7 news" was there for day one of the trial. cameras were not allowed inside. prosecutors went through photos of the 36 people who died. the attorneys claimed as many as 25 people were living at the warehouse while harris insisted it wasn't a residence. supporters were in court, as well. as well as the victim's families. >> it's been 2 1/2 years since e i've seen my daughter and i'll never see her again.
that's why we're he>>haneni stemen nghe jury that people who wanted to harm him intentionally set the fire. the trial is expected to last for months. and we're prepared to cover each day. when big news break, we'll send out an alert through the "abc7 news" app. or you can read about it on abc7news.com. in the north bay, a dog killed a seal. the seal pup was bitten last week in north peach. kate larson spoke to the marine mammal experts. >> reporter: visitors here were dismayed to learn last week, an off-leash job killed a seal pup. these are examples of the threatened species that were hunted to near extinction in the 1800s. >> just awful. >> reporter: the first thing you see as you enter the beach is this sign, which says that no
dogs are allowed on the north side of the beach and only dogs on a leash on the south side. nowhere does it say that dogs without a leash are allowed anywhere. >> dogs get into prey mode when they see a furry animal, and they will attack. >> reporter: ed rooney is a veterinarian visiting from new hampshire. he's noticed signs all over with rules for dogs and owners. the dog attacked the seal in an area where dogs are not likely. >> the trauma was so extensive to her chest, and that made it unable for her to breathe. >> reporter: they tried to rescue the injured pup, but it was too late. >> now it becomes more of a problem, because those animals are trying to recover as a whole. so anything we can do to reduce our interaction with them is
appreciated, especially with a young female like this. >> reporter: the dog owner and dog left the beach after the attack. the park service is investigating. kate larson, "abc7 news." morning commuters helped corral a lost sea lion near south san francisco. look at this. he could have wandering from a nearby canal. it was tagged, likely meaning it had been found roving in the past, so this was not its first rodeo. when the chp captured it, he hopped into their cruiser like he knew what to do. he's now at the marine mammal t takes a lot to get this place pumping. i'll have more coming up. is your drinking water safe? what was found hidden in taps across california. saying goodbye. where there is another bay area
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new study finds that drinking tap water in california over the course of a lifetimelie could increase cancer. the group estimates the could contribute to more than 15,000 cases ofca the warurvid olahtro t series lead in the western conference semifinals. we'll have the highlights coming up in sports. but it's nori for a massive event like a
playoff game. fans are really looking for a good experience. our reporter met the man who makes it all happen. >> reporter: the sounds delight, the celebration can mean only one thing, the warriors are playing. the one behind the fun brett yamaguchi. but a lot of logistics come into play. >> my job is to keep that energy going. after the time-out is over, we keep that level of energy up when the game starts again. >> reporter: in between quarters, the real work begins. a key player in the fun machine them going. >> the main one is house of pain, jump around, anything bay area, too short, blow the
whistle. >> reporter: but he would be alone if not for the dancers. warriors dancers range in age from 12 to 74. >> i was thinking how we could push the envelope, whether we're winning or losing. because it's our job to entertain the fanse >> it takes a lot to rev up to place. it's about the music, the dancing, the deejay. >> every minute is entertaining. that's what makes it fun to come out here. enjoy the camaraderie, the sportsmanship. >> sportsmanship, that is the warriors. >> they make it unique and fun. >> even more fun when they win, too. >> as they did tonight. san francisco has said goodbye to the ravioli company. >> the family owned italian deli closed permanently after 94 years. >> the same family owns the building and is selling it. the ceo decided to retire and says none of the children want
to take over the business. we want to check on our weather, because we're in a new month. sandhya? >> we'll have a lot of different water. i want to show you live doppler 7, low clouds but not a widespread marine layer. tomorrow morning, it will be limited. let's look at average rainfall for may. san francisco, oakland, about 0.7 of an inch. santa rosa gets an inch and a third. livermore, 0.62 of an inch. you know where i'm going with this. sunday, we are tracking the possibility of a few showers. computer models want to bring in a system that could linger into monday, as well. i'll show you a closer look in a moment. regardless to say we have the opportunity foreseeing wet
weather. 40s and 50s. clearlake at 49 degrees. a lovely view here of tower graph hill here in san francisco. some fog along the coast, sunny and milder tomorrow, showers are possible sunday and monday. first thing tomorrow morning, 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m., there will be fog near the coast, and it's not going to last very long, as we head into the shrink. today, the biggest difference was we had quite a difference of gray skies. temperatures in the morning, mid 40s to low 50 cool enough to require a jacket or sweater. tomorrow afternoon, up to 80 in antioch. noticeably warmer. 78 in san jose. 71 in oakland, 73 in richmond. 75 in napa. mid 70s around palo alto. 67 degrees in san francisco. 62 in half moon bay. a nice looking day. if you're going to a giants
game, cool enough you'll want to dress in layers. sunday, may 5th, we are tracking the possibility of a few scattered showers since a low pressure system moves closer. this will turn to a mix of rain and snow, believe it or not, in the sierra as we head towards monday night. download the accuweather app and track those temperatures any time you want. a milder afternoon. steady pattern, warmer on friday. don't get used to it, cooler saturday, chance of showers monday, possibly into early monday morning. the only good thing i can say is decides keeping our hills green is wash away some of that pollen. there's so much bad allergies going around. >> thanks, sandhya. jeopardy's alex trebek sits down with robin roberts to talk about
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people can't get over sonic's teeth. they're wondering why the hedge hog's teeth are so human-like. actor ben schwartz supplies sonic's voice in the movie. don't know where they got the teeth from. >> his eyes were freaking me out. >> the warriors in action tonight. >> in love with the refs, and the stories
good evening. we came into game two between the warriors and the rockets and the mauf series focused on the officiating. steph curry and james harden both left with injuries. curry dislocated his left middle finger. he was reaching for the ball, trying to get it away from clint capela. left the game. they popped it back in, taped up his hand and he would return. moments later, look at harden get poked in the eye by draymon.
he had the blurry vision. warriors up seven in the second quarter. look at the lob to iguodala. kevin durant played 44 of 48 minutes. 29 points. klay thompson catches fire, drains back-to-back threes to make it 82-67. 21 for klay. ws hit 11 threes on the night. the game is not over, guys. harden had 29. rockets within three. they had 17 threes. oh, look at klay, intercepting the lob to capela, fouled on the play. warriors take a 2-0 series lead, 115-109. game three is saturday here on abc 7. and hire now here is steph. >> the on what matters in terms of winning a basketball game. and that's out playing them. >> it was fun out there tonight.
like i said, they let us be physical and p theamef physical, which i enjoyed. i wanted to toik care of home, so we're just a little more gr we want to take care of home court, because we want to give this team a game three, sharks and avalanche in their playoff series. this makes it 1-0 sharks. myer steals the puck, and the wrist shot, he scores. 2-0, team teal. the avalanche would tie it. couture, his second, and they added an empty netter, his first hat trick, as the sharks win 4-2. they had a 2-1 series lead. sports sponsored by river rock casino.
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brazilian fishing vessel. the captain says they tried three times to cross the channel but this boat didn't have it. it was this one. see that six and a half foot boat there? when i say six people, i mean five and a 9-month-old baby. these people were on a 60-foot yacht, the weather got rough. the sea is rocking. the sea is boisterous and they need help. their boat, it mechanically stops and sank. finally, the boat gets closer and the first one they grab out of the boat is the baby. then they take those people, one by one. >> were they able to send out a distress call? how were they able to be rescued? >> they saw them on the water they were rlluckthere's a double