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in san francisco where a new secret service study shows most school shootings are preventable. this special room has been dedicate today a boy and his mother who were killed by a hit-and-run driver. i'll tell you why this is the least stressed out city in the country. abc 7 news starts right now. new at 11:00, preventing school shootings. it's possible according to a just released report by the u.s. secret service. >> the report found there were warning signs before each attack. >> that's true. the big take away is if you see something, say something. it seems simple enough but according to experts it can save lives. sandy hook, marjory stoneman douglas, columbine, notable
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shootings where many livess were lois and now the secret service most of these incidents could have been prevented. >> every single attacker had engaged in concerning behavior. >> reporter: oftentimes the attacker made threats, made comments or was depressed. oftentimes they communicated their intent two weeks prior to the attack. >> it doesn't happen out of thin air. no one starts to shoot people. there's got to be some history and there needs to be some reporting. >> reporter: the study also found many of the attackers had been bullied. >> bullying can happen anywhere. >> reporter: founder of the anti-bu anti-bullying campaign, she says bu bullying can lead to consequences. >> you don't know what's going to be the final straw that's going to put them over the edge.
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>> reporter: that's why it's important to intervene early. teachers, counselors, and school resource officers are now tasked with doing more like looking for signs, listening to concerns and asking more questions. dan and ama. >> okay, thank you. one year ago tonight a ms shooter opened fire in thousand oks. >> yeah, the gunman claimed 12 lives. it was the third deadliest shooting encaliforn shooting in california history. today city officials unveiled a healing garden. >> friends, family and survivors were there to remember the victims and offer each other comfort. many wore black shirts that read borderline strong. >> among the victims was a young woman who had recently graduated. at 18 she was the youngest person killed. her parents say a year later the pain is still fresh. >> we are living day by
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sometimes good and sometimes hard. >> today the pepperdine community dedicated an olive tree and her parents setup a voice foundation aimed at preventing others from being victims of gun violence. a victim's parents plan to file a wrongful death lawsuit against airbnb tomorrow. the family is also suing the owner of the rented home where violence erupted during a party last thursday. earlier today hill's family accused of airbnb of failing to keep a promise to help the victims families pay for funerals. airbnb responded saying it set aside a fund to help families pay for funerals and counseling. police have not made any arrests. a police officer's suspicions about a truck parked outside a store led to the arrests of two people in
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mountain view. they face acswracusations of stealing equipment from local law enforcement agencies. detectives shared these pictures. a patrol officer confroned them on november 1st. officers then searched a u-haul truck. they discovered police gear and stolen license plates. the san mateo county sheriff's office says there have been 30 break in since monday. another 13 cars were burglarized between last night and this morning. the sheriff office is urging residents to take valuables out of their cars and to call 911 if you see anything suspicious. now to the local election. it's still too close to call in a pair of races shaping san francisco's future. in the district attorney's race interim da suzy loftus has
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50.33% of the vote. so close, just 879 votes separate the two. ranked choice voting will also determine the winner to represent district 5 on san francisco's board of supervisors. dean preston leads incumbent valley brown. ballot counting will likely continue through the middle of the week. you can look up all the local election results on our website. just go to in the east bay oakland is ramping up safety improvements after a deadly hit-and-run. kate larson was at the scene of a crash where a local business dedicated a space to the victims. ♪ how do i say good-bye >> reporter: a community in oakland is still grieving for one of their families ripped apart by a hit-and-run driver seven months ago. 6-year-old angel vasquez and his
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mother and his uncle were all hit while they crossed foothill boulevard at 26th avenue around 7:00 at night on april 13th. paramedics tried to resuscitate the family but angel and alma died. they were leading the when they were hit. she dedicated a reading room to the family. she says the family has been trying to support the family's father and two surviving children. right after the crash oakland's department of transportation installed these plastic posts and painted a pedestrian island in the middle of the intersection. as a dedication they're making more improvements to this area. >> we determined there'll be a new traffic signal constructed and then here at foothill and 26th avenue we'll be installing flashing yellow lights.
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>> reporter: the alleged hit-and-run driver, the 27-year-old was captured by u.s. marshals in virginia over the summer. kate larson, abc 7 news. at abc 7 we highlight those who are working to make a difference in their community as part of our effort to build a better bay area. this holiday season a truly remarkable organization that helps the underserved needs help itself. abc 7 news anchor dion lim has the story. >> reporter: in a tiny parking lot tucked away between san pablo avenue and the freeway, something beautiful is happening. >> it started back in 1985. >> reporter: knowing all too well the feeling of being hungry. >> there were ten kids of us in our family. >> reporter: the 82-year-old founded the program with her husband bobby and dozens of unpaid volunteers. >> they do so much for the community. >> reporter: they provide food and services to more than
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200,000 people to alameda county every year, many who line up down the block. >> we serve the homeless, some of the working class people, you know, what they make just don't meet all the needs. >> i don't have any food. they take so long to give me check every third wednesday. >> reporter: this year with the holidays quickly unexpected is throwing a wrench in their plans. >> we don't have enough transportation to go pick up everything. >> reporter: their large box van already old and broken in two countless times have already died and their other two are on their last legs. they've become so run-down her brothery worries about his sister's safety. >> we make pickups all over the bay area, cross the bridge and whatnot. will she be able to get back? and there have been times she's called me, the van has broke down. >> reporter: already unable to pay their volunteers most of
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whom are over 70 years old themselves, there's no money for a new truck. >> there has to be people out there who have love in their hearts who are willing to donate and help out. >> reporter: which means these seniors who already volunteer don't have time to fund raise. >> god gave me this work to do or else i wouldn't be doing it. so when he tells me to quit, i'll quit. >> they are so self-less. now, if you would like to donate a new vehicle or perhaps volunteer yourself, bobby and nelly would love to hear from you. you can get in touch with them all at our website i'm dion lim, abc 7 news. he risked his life by pulling a man from the b.a.r.t. tracks. tonight the b.a.r.t. supervisor gets a big honor. namaste from fremont. that story coming up next. and that's no house cat.
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where this mountain lion was spotted roaming. >> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. get ready for a foggy morning ride. here's a preview of it. i'll be back to let you know if this pattern is going to continue for your weekend plans. here's a look what's coming up tonight after abc 7 news at 11:00. >> tonight we've asked these guys to draw a picture of their character from frozen. would you like to begin?
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there's a lot about the bay area that can stress you out. rising cost of living, natural disasters, crime on our streets. but according to our new survey the least stressed out city in the country is right here, fremont. chr >> reporter: some friends, family, good food call it a typical quiet night in fremont, just the way residents here like it. >> been living here my whole life, and we have this beautiful skate park here i'm at right
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now, and we have a beautiful park. we have mission peak. >> we're not like your city atmosphere or oakland or hayward where there's a lot more things going on. >> reporter: a recent survey wallet hub ranked fremont as the least stressed out city in the country looking at various markers from divorce rates to family and financial satisfaction. do you feel stressed out? >> no. >> you don't feel stressed out at all? >> >> it's a very diverse city. it has lots of good restaurants and it's slightly away from the silicon valley. >> reporter: some fast facts on fremont it's average household comecome is more than $100,000 and nearly half the population is college educated. >> my favorite thing in living in fremont is having a nice home with my brother and sister. >> when you have kids you always look for a good education, so
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that's the most important part why we chose to live in fremont. >> reporter: but perhaps the best argument for fremont's chill vibes comes straight from the skate park. >> it's not the kind of place where you spend 30 minutes trying to find a parking spot. >> yeah, nobody wants to do that. coming up on november 18th we are kicking off our building a better bay area fremont week. we'll be looking at issues such as housing, job creation, diversity and much more, anything that impacts the bay area's fourth largest city. parking is everything, dan. >> no question. join us for that. now building a better bay area requires having an infrastructure that works. last night we told you about a big pothole on highway 101 in san jose. since then cal trans did a quick patch. on the left is what it looked like yesterday when we showed it to you. on the right is video today on the patch.
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our crews went over it today and report it's now gone. on the peninsula a home security camera captured video of a mountain lion in san bruno. there you see that dark tip of its tale. the big cat visited a backyard in the rolling wood neighborhood several days ago. mountain lions often prey on deer. so the best way to keep mountain lions away from home is to avoid planting landscape that deer like to eat. makes sense. >> i love roses in the yard the deer like to eat but i've not seen a mounten lion. let's turn our attention to the weekend forecast. >> the weekend will include some fog. right now i want to show you time lapse. watch that fog as it rolls in over san francisco. sales force tower a little obscured at times. and visibility has been dropping because of the fog. in case you were wondering what
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to expect, that is just a little glimpse of what's to come for your morning commute. we've been dealing with the fog the last couple of mornings and this weekend. we'll continue that pattern. fog giving way to sunshine. temperatures at the coast low 60s. mild by november standards around the bay and inland. a live look right now from our sfo camera. could experience some more delays tomorrow because of low ceilings. we saw that happen today. live doppler 7 showing you a bigger marine push. now the marine layer has deepened to 2,000 feet. that allows it to spill over. so tomorrow morning watch out. visibility already down to a mile in napa, 2 miles in santa rosa. so tomorrow morning, 5:00 a.m., you're going to see visibility drop to 5 miles in san francisco. as we head through the morning commute visibility will still be low until later in the morning when it comes up to about 10 miles right around noontime in
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places like concord and napa. here's what you need to look out for. a less than a quarter mile visibility at times. you'll use your low beams and allow extra time. because of that time, your commute may be slower. mainly then 40s, a few low 50s, but right now in the 40s and 50s. a live look from our emeriville camera. areas of dense fog for your morning commute, sunny in the bay area in the afternoon. and it is going to be mild for most of you for the upcoming weekend. you start off the morning with quite a bit of fog. temperatures will be in the upper 30s to upper 40s. it's going to be like pea soup in spots, definitely thick out there. it was in the low 80s in places like fairfield today, lingering fog right near the coast. right around the bay you're going to be looking temperatures in the 60ers. accuweather seven day forecast, it's a foggy morning drive. fog will give way to sun for your upcoming weekend plans,
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which includes veterans day. that's when the fog will actually disappear. we'll get a slight offshore flow and so monday, tuesday, more sunshine and as we head into wednesday and thursday, we're looking at a cooler trend. numbers closer to average for this time of year. >> well, tomorrow on good morning america carrie underwood chats about her upcoming gig hosting the cma awar
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attended the game. >> o'connor and rice met earlier today at nbc studios and appeared as guests on midday live. you can see more of the emotional meeting on our website. it was an honor for us to have both of those guys in our building today. >> such a hero. and rice always looking so dapper. >> and fit. >> you can't just show up in sweatpants. >> like i do. in sports tonight, fun night for radar nation. what a game. john gruden a thrilling finish, and
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yards for the score. harris was a guy working in a potato chip factory just a few years ago, true story. seconds left in the half, 17-14 raiders at the half. fast forward, four minutes left, rivers, austin ecler, 24-20. chargers. raiders respond they go 74 yards and ten plays. but the raiders miss the extra points so they're only up two. last chance chargers. raiders heaving it and gets picked for the third time in the girl. carl joseph seals the deal. raiders win 26-24. they're now 5-4 and pumped. >> it was a bloodbath basely. just two defenses playing out of their mind, and we just found a way to win. >> we've got a lot of resilient guys going to keep competing.
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you may beat us but we're going to be hard out to get. we're going to be a battle. >> offensive tackles both practiced today, solicited as limited participants but maybe ready by monday as the 8 and rivals take on seattle. >> it's always cool to be on national television for the whole world and stuff but i think it's special when the whole league gets to watch it, too. >> it'll be fun. it'll be a good atmosphere. i wouldn't expect anything less for monday night. to the ice, oh, so cute. sharks and wild in the tank -- this game was wild. the captain really needed this goal, his first goal in 13 games, second of the season. four points on the night. sharks led 6-2 after two.
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