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we're told it happened near the king road fit in san jose >> dan, just another dangerous night on interstate 680 here in san jose. this time, chp confirming they are investigating another freeway shooting, as you mentioned. 680 southbound at king road. we know the driver drove on. that's where we got the first look at the damage. chf says the bullet hit the left rear window, then exited through the passenger window. it happened just before 8:40 tonight.
the person in the passengers seat, a 12-year-old girl suffered scrapes from broken glass. the driver approached the car. she didn't want to speak on camera but you see her getting in the car and taking off. this follows yesterday's deadly shooting on the same stretch of road. we want to get you to some video taken last night after officers found a wounded man in his car on northbound 680. the victim has been identifiyy d >> thank you. to developing news, a brush fire forced the evacuation of a movie theater in the east bay. we were in pittsburgh where the fire burned fyfe acres near
century blfltd. people at the nearby cinemas in century plaza shopping center says the theater was evacuated. no words on that ignited the fire. in san jose, traffic and public safety are colliding. it is building three new fire stations and relocating two others. this city is looking to improve emergency spahn times. the goal is to get to the scene within eight minutes in 80%80% the calls. time is of the essence. >> i think taking traffic into consideration, it's wonderful. you can -- they don't have to wait in line, basically to get to where they need to go. >> a $650 million public safety bond is helping to pay for the fire stations. new developments in san francisco's effort to build a better bay area by making
streets safer. $35 million in safety changes on foal some and howard streets were approved today. construction is scheduled to begin in 2021. >> a $1 billion settlement has been r50e67d. who gets that money and when? >> dan, the money is not going to homeowners and individuals affected by the fires. this settlement is being spread among the local government agencies of 14 northern california towns and counties that were afy the camp fire and the butte
investors found the utility responsible. 580 million of the $1 billion settlement will go to agencies affected by the fire, including the town of paradise. it will be divvied up in the wine country including santa rosa. they were all devastated by the 2017 fieshsz. there's a list of items. >> we have a tremendous amount of rhode island damage, infrastructure damage we still need to do. >> the remaining $5 goes to the the settlement was reached after months of negotiating. >> money is contingent upon pg&e getting through the bankruptcy
process. i don't know how long that's going to take. we're hopeful the plan can be approved next year. >> so who pays? he's worried will pay for it. >> we're already point guard billions for wildfire prevention. >> i did not get a response. we posted the full statement on our website abc7news.com. dan, back to you. >> thanks very much.ffon ase kicked off his re-election bid in orlando, florida. as abc news reporter marcy gonzalez explains, he touched on some familiar themes.
>> reporter: thousands of enthusiastic supporters gathered. >> we're in maga country. i stand in front of you to officially launch my campaign. it's on, everybody. time for round two. >> first lady melania trump. >> he truly love this country. >> we're going to keep making america great again and then we will indeed keep america great. a, the mueller rorts tgainst hi. >> crazy bernie sanders, socialist take over. >> and still talking about hillary clinton. >> the free pass they gave to hillary and her aides deleted
and acid washed e-mails. >> he touted hi report. 1y0 the unemployment rate is lower than it's been in 51 years. >> repeating a promise that's become a rallying cry for his supporters. >> we are building the wall. we'll have more than 400 miles of wall built by the end of next year. >> the first debates will be south of here in miami next week. marcy gonzalez. >> in the south bay, tense sky 7 was overhead as police checked out reports of a suspicious package. the bomb squad came in and determined there were no explosives inside the package. >> that fire is hot, y'all.
>> it sure was. witnesses grabbed their phones and hit record -- record, rather, as a huge plume of smoke went up. did damathe fire started in a s and ripped through astroturf, a total of three sheds were destroyed. it's not known what started the fire but it's under control. >> supervisors vote unanimously today in support of a ban, which still needs their final approval. people would not be able to buy e-cigarettes or received mailed orders to a city address. all right. as we move on, what a difference a day and you have made in the lives of this san mateo valley people. they've been living in a van
after being duped out of their live savings. our reporter has an update. >> one of our viewers contacted us and said she wanted to help you guys a little more. so she paid for a whole week in this hotel for you guys to sleep here so you don't have to stay in your van tonight. >> really? >> yeah. and this is your card, this is your key to your room. >> oh. >> surprised. yeah. thank you. >> the gonzalez broke out in tears. minutes later, this. >> it's nice. >> 11-year-old elizabeth said they hadn't showered in days. there was not the only suri. another viewer named cathy said she wanted to do more. >> it wanted to invite them to be guests in my home. >> victor had no words but his wife did. >> oh, my god.
>> you raised over $10,000 for the gonzalez and we had to meet you. >> my heart broke immediately. i begged my husband, can we take the kids in? >> don't know you but -- >> they gave up some of their hard-earned money to help somebody they don't know. so i feel really good. >> back to the 11-year-old. her plan tonight is to sleep. >> it's incredible how 24 hours can make all the difference. they had no savings, no backup plan and they were homeless. today everything changed. >> if you would like to help we have a link to the family's gofundme page at abcnews.com. >> this story coming up.
>> pledging a billion to build a better bay area, google reveals a plan to ease the housing crisis. >> a foggy, misty morning is ahead. >> thanks, sandy. all that's ahead but first here's what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy. >> thanks, dan. you're going to love tonight, i know it. i'm proud to present you with the nobel pizza prize. there it is.
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he's given him the gift of his hands. our reporter explains how the prosthetic bionic hands were made. >> reporter: this is the moment he got the use of his hands back thanks to a group of engineering students from cal poly co-led by austin conrad. >> to see his face light up was really cool. >> reporter: that's what drove him to work tire lesley to build a bionic and prosthetic hand. his left hand is essentially fingerless because of a car fire last year. he lost most of his family in the crash today. >> when you work with somebody who's been through that much every part of you is thinking what can we do and how can we do it so he can have some feeling of normalcy. roimt with both hans he can make
a fist, he can point, pinch and text, and play video games. >> it was incredible. i figured he'd make these prosthetics and this kid would be playing the guitar because he's so devoted. he likes to take it to the next level. >> press a button. power coming through here. >> reporter: it's equipped with five motors, a power pack and gears. the cost would regularly make it for $75,000. the students made it for $6,000. abc7news. >> abc7news is committed to building a better bay area. this is one of those instances where the building part is being taken literally. google is pledging $1 billion to ease the bay area's housing crisis. it would be used for building
houses. san jose is one of the cities where google would build. >> what we've seen so far from google is they're willing to make commitments and put resources bandage the commit jmgts. time will tell but i feel we're on a good path. >> google is pledging $50 million toward helping the homeless. >> midweek, meteorologist sandy patel is here with what looks like a pretty nice workweek. >> absolutely. it is going to be gorgeous. let me show you the time laps from the east bay hills camera. today temperatures range from the mid 60s to the low 90s. here it comes. this is why it's not getting too hot here in the bay area. that marine influence still going strong. 1500-foot deep marine layer tonight and tomorrow morning. here's what you need to watch out for.
foggy areas, murky and misty -- if you're taking a ferry. you'll need a jacket or sweater. the fog has pushed all the way into parts of the north bay, east bay. it's also down the peninsula. visibility right now six miles in petaluma. temperatures in the 50s to the 70s. quite a range. as we head towards tomorrow, a look at san jose's temperature trend. 83 tomorrow afternoon. quite mild in the south bay. 78 on thursday. you notice the drop in the temperatures, only to see a recovery as summer starts and question head into the weekend. don't get too used to the of a mcgrareduce in the heat. foggy, misty morning. mild to warm in the afternoon. cooler and breezier on thursday. here's your 12-hour planner.
sun comes up at 5:48. noon tooirges a combination of sunshine and fog and a wide range of temperatures at 4:00 p.m. low 60s to the low 90s by the evening it starts getting cool and breezy near the coast. 50s, 60s, out the door. definitely will need to worry about a commute that could be slower because of the fog, because it is thick in spots and misty conditions may slow you down, so plan accordingly. 86 morgan hill, 80 in cupertino tomorrow. 63 in poirvacifica. 64 in downtown san francisco. all the way to 90s around hew kaaya and lakeport. sonoma, 78 in vallejo. inland areas, 88 liver moore.
a touch cooler tomorrow. a breeze on thursday. 60s to 80s. summer begins friday and appropriately so. we turn up the heat. 96 inland by sunday. 66 on the coast. dan? >> nice looking. >> yeah. a good variety, if you will. >> a terrifying encounter some fishermen in new jersey get the surprise of a lifetime. tomorrow on good morning america, robin roberts sits down america, robin roberts sits down one-on-one with projected number ♪ ♪ america, robin roberts sits down one-on-one with projected number ♪
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>> that's not what they caught but what they caught sight of that thrilled fishermen in new jersey. a shark came just feet away from these guys. the great white ate a bag of fish bait and swam away. they had fun. close but not too close, i guess. >> we're going to need a bigger boat! did you see the teeth on that thing? >> that was a big deal. >> the as game. they hit six are we tnot yet.? at crystal geyser we put our mountain source on our bottle... that's cool. ...because we bottle at our mountain source. crystal geyser alpine spring water.
>> good evening. clayton occur shaw has lost only once this season. on kershaw bobblehead night in l.a., good likeness there, commemorate i commemorating him. bottom one, sean anderson facing jacque peterson. crush to left. 1-0 dodgers just like that. giants threatening in the seventh. kevin pillar. kershaw, brandon crawford. they were scoreless. dodgers break it open and bat around in this inning. in the seventh kiki hernandez got got. dodgers cruise, 9-0. look at the gi stars. third inning, meet the as new catcher eer beau taylor.
they gave him the sigh leapt treatment in the dugout and then everybody cracked. >> to xfinity and beyond. runs it down to make the catch. liriano, bottom half of the frame, three-run jack. 4-0 as. they smack six home runs. they call him crush for a reason. khris davis, a three-run homer. the final was 16-2, as. today the sharks trade justin braun to philly for a second round pick. also a third rounder next year. braun a seventh round pick by the sharks in 2007. what about the future of free agency joe thornton? he turns 40 next month. >> yeah. probably play another ten years. i'm thinking five to ten.
>> five to ten? >> yeah, yeah. i got nothing else going on. >> keep growing the beard. look at this. dangerous to your health. matt sherzer broke his own nose when he tried to bunt. he is supposed to start tomorrow. we'll see if he can do it. abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. >> never quite seen that before.
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