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a san francisco hospital put on lockdown tonight after a gunman climbs to the sixth floor of a construction site and appears to open fire. streets are shut down. the s.w.a.t. team rushed in. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. the shooting happened at a hospital that st. luke's hon s. building at its current
location. >> katie mars yooulo is live from valencia and cesar chavez with more. katie? >> reporter: dan, ama, police still have cesar chavez here shut down in front of the hospital and the hospital is at least still partially on lockdown but i've been able to speak with people who have since been released from the building. they described for me what they heard, gunshots, loud bangs. some say it sounded like explosions. but here's what we now know happened from the police department. this all started in san bruno, where police say the gunman robbed a big 5 sporting goods store and stole a rifle and some ammunition. and then at about 4:30 he somehow got into the hospital construction site with both the handgun he used in the robbery and the rifle. now, a construction worker has told abc 7 news that he saw the man, he looked suspicious because he clearly wasn't a construction worker and he also thought he saw a gun so, he called 911. the police chief says when officers arrived the man appeared to be firing shots. >> upon arriving they exited their vehicles, looked up and
atop the construction elevator was the suspect, and it appears to be white coveralls holding a rifle. the rifle was directed at the hospital. officers directed their firearms at the suspect, who then lowered the rifle, pointing it down below. three officers fired, neutralizing the suspect. the suspect is deceased. police did search for other possible suspects but now believe the dead man acted alone. he's described as being in his late 20s, and we know no one else was hurt. police say the man appears to have driven from san bruno to the hospital and it looks like they have identified his vehicle, a white pickup truck here at the scene. live in san francisco, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. >> witnesses described a frantic scene as police rushed toward the suspected gunman above a busy street during rush hour. we spoke with a woman who was riding in a lyft car at the time and a st. luke's doctor who was told to stay inside her office. >> we were one of the only cars
actually on that side. i saw probably seven or eight cops running next to st. luke's with their guns out. saw a man standing on the top -- i guess it was an elevator shaft from what i'm hearing. and he had a huge rifle. >> so there's not much for us to do except sort of stay here and wait. i was talking to one of the security guards, and as far as i know they're sort of just wrapping things up. >> one of the witnesses added that police urged people to move away from the hospital as they ran with their guns drawn. now, stay with abc 7 news for continuing coverage of this story. we'll have the very latest tonight at 11:00 over on channel 7 live from the scene and you can get updates anytime on twitter @abc7newsbayarea. the clock may be running out to keep the raiders in oakland. mayor libby schaap made a pitch to keep the team in oakland. >> mayor could not have been more positive, more
enthusiastic, and i'm not sure that anybody -- it would be possible for anybody to have represented the east bay better than she did. >> but today a new power player emerged to help move the team to southern california. abc 7 news reporter laura anthony has more. >> congratulations. >> reporter: oakland mayor libby schaap has made her case to an nfl committee in new york, a group of six that will decide if the raiders stay in oakland or move to carson in southern california. after the one-hour meeting schaap said by e-mail, "i felt it was a positive discussion and that we were well received by the raiders leadership and the other nfl owners. they were engaged and asked great questions. >> very frustrating. >> reporter: chris dobbins is with save oakland sports, a group wondering just how committed raiders owner mark davis really is to keeping the team in oakland. especially now that the raiders and san diego chargers have hired disney ceo bob iger to lead their efforts to move to carson. disney is the parent company of abc 7.
>> trying to get this project in carson. he's hired carmen policy, one of the best executives in the nfl, and he comes out with the disney money behind this project. >> reporter: abc 7 news spoke with carmen policy by telephone. >> it's truly a game changer as far as the nfl is concerned. they have bob iger involved with our entry into the l.a. market. if in fact the league approves us as the team to go to l.a. >> it might be difficult, though, for davis to convince the nfl the raider fan base is dwindling in oakland. a key component in the league's relocation process. >> touchdown. >> the team now has more than 40,000 season ticket holders and the next three games are sold out. >> and that was laura anthony reporting. iger will be paid just a dollar a year as chairman of carson holdings but he'll have the option to acquire a minority stake if the stadium bid is successful. a former inmate in the santa clara county jail who says he
witnessed michael tyree's beating death is talking for the first time about his own beating at the hands of correctal deputies, he says. we broke the story in september while inmate ruben garcia was being treated at valley medical center and he's now out of jail and gave his first on camera interview to abc 6 report yeh melanie woodrow. >> reporter: these are pictures after surgery on his broken jaw. he says correctional authorities lee and dario beat him inside santa clara jail. >> i've never been beaten like that before. >> reporter: he says he has a rod and titanium plates in his jaw now along with nerve damage and numbness all from the beating. >> felt like a lifetime but in reality it was 10 or 15 minutes. >> reporter: garcia says after the beating he pleaded for help. >> i told them please, i need medical attention. my eye's split open. please. you've got to help me. and he just looked at me and kept walking. >> reporter: the next day garcia says deputy lee apologized. >> and i remember telling him look what you did to me, look at my face, man. and he goes, it is what it is.
welcome to my dorm. >> reporter: that dorm, 6-b in the main jail. the same place three other correctional deputies are accused in the beating death of inmate michael tyree. >> they call them the wrecking crew, meaning that they're going to beat you, go beyond the scope of duty to hurt you. >> reporter: originally garcia's broken jaw was documented as an inmate scuffle, but he says that happened the day after correctional deputies beat him. it wasn't until after tyree's august death that detectives interviewed garcia about his july beating. in a statement sheriff lori smith says an investigation was initiated into mr. garcia's allegations and that investigation is active and yan going. >> these people abuse their power and beat this man for no good reason. >> reporter: attorney robert powell will file a claim thursday. it names the county and both correctional deputies. in san jose melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. san jose today reached a ten-year high in the number of shootings involving police. an officer fired at this man,
shannon nathan wong. he wasn't hit but did end up getting arrested. he's accused of carrying an assault rifle and trying to break into his neighbor's home. last night police responded to reports of the attempted break-in at the monte vista town home community. when officers arrived they say wong was dressed in military gear and carrying an ar-15 assault rifle. >> the police officer's screaming and giving him instruction on what to do. get down, get out. you know, get down, they're going to arrest him. >> police say these gnsz are among the cache of weapons they discovered inside wong's home. it was the city's 11th officer-involved shooting this year. police say a driver smashed into nine cars in richmond this morning while trying to get away from police. abc 7 news reporter wayne freeman takes you through what happened. >> reporter: it was a neighborhood-numbing ten-vehicle crash. an entire city block in richmond. a landscape of mangled metal and what looked like miles of police tape. >> to hit that amount of cars and somehow ending up where he
did, the car probably flew. >> reporter: this is the aftermath. cell phone video shot by rudy sorto showing the suspect being loaded into an ambulance. rudy was the first to arrive at the scene and speak with him. >> as soon as i mentioned to him that the cops were behind, to relax, he kind of got frantic and just started, you know, wanting to get out, trying to get out. but of course it was going nowhere because his legs were pinned to the car. >> reporter: richmond police told us this incident began with a traffic stop initiated by san pablo police, who say that after the suspect pulled over he took off. this afternoon san pablo police say they never gave chase due to the dangers of a pursuit at high speed in a neighborhood. but it appears the suspect never realized that. he clipped a bmw in the street, slightly injuring one woman, then lost control and hit eight parked cars while traveling at an estimated 50 miles an hour. >> it was nothing, no sirens, anything. just quiet and a crash. >> reporter: which fits the profile of a suspect thinking he
was being chased. >> it's traveling at a high rate of speed on a residential street like this. officers tend to cancel the chases. because you have to weigh what the benefit is. >> reporter: in this case that benefit might be somewhat dubious. from richmond, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. people in los altos are cleaning up tonight after this truck slammed into a home on marvin avenue. here's a look at the back end of the flatbed truck and here's a close-up look at the truck front. the santa clara fire department tells abc 7 news the driver was taken to the hospital. no one in the home was hurt. a jetblue flight from boston to san francisco was diverted twice to reno for mechanical problems in less than 24 hours. it was diverted once yesterday. and when pilots tried to fly to san francisco again this morning they were forced to return to the reno airport once again. another plane was flown in, and the passengers finally did make it to sfo safely. it wasn't immediately known how many passengers were affected or
whether the plane had repairs between tuesday and wednesday. jetblue officials did not immediately return a call for a comment. we still have much more ahead for you on this wednesday night. coming up, remembering a pioneer. a woman who changed the space of san francisco. also the recent rains and why they apparently had nothing to do with el nino. and meteorologist sandhya patel is checking our weather. >> i'll let you know where frost advisories are coming up. and winter fever growing. we have new
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now to the passing of a woman who established san francisco's north beach as the red light district of the 1960s. carol doda was a topless dancer. she was famously acquitted on indecency charges in 1965. her topless act put the condor club on the map and her death is generating a lot of reaction. abc 7 news reporter carolyn tyler has more. >> reporter: carol doeda put herself and san francisco's condor club on the map in 1964 when she stripped and began dancing topless, coming on stage atop a baby grand piano. doda's sensational act was even
more popular after she became a pioneer of silicone breast injections, growing from a size 34b to a 34dd. she told abc 7 news her bosses had encouraged her. >> they said, you know, there's this doctor out on the avenue that does this, you know, breast enlargement. >> reporter: to friends like ron manoli, doda was much more than her famous body parts. in recent years she sang once a week at his place, gino & carlo in north beach. >> she was the perfect san franciscan as far as there was nobody that she didn't like. i mean, she cared about everybody. >> reporter: doda also opened a specialty lingerie shop on upscale union street once her dancing days were over. but according to a friend on the block, she often wasn't minding the store. >> she put a note and said please come to cafe union and i'm here.
people walked over. oh, carol, could you please -- carol would walk over, open her door, do business, come back here and sit down. >> reporter: friends say doda's legacy should be her kindness and humor. carol doda died monday of kidney failure. she was 78 years old. in san francisco carolyn tyler, abc 7 news. well, we've heard so much about the el nino winter that may be coming but apparently all the rain and snow we've seen these last few days in northern california is not related to el nino. the systems coming in now are from the gulf of alaska, not the pacific. national weather service meteorologists say this is typical weather for this time of year. our weather patterns for the last three years have not been typical. despite the recent moisture, weather experts say the drought is far from over. excitement is building tonight in the sierra as many resorts are preparing to opening in the next few days. north star tweeted this photo of their mountain preps this afternoon. north star will open saturday.
and this is an image from the national weather service of the snow coverage today versus the same time last season. dramatic difference, isn't it? definitely a good way to start the ski and snowboarding season up in tahoe. that is a real contrast. >> that is. it certainly is. meteorologist sandhya patel is here with the latest on our forecast. hi, sandhya. >> we need to keep getting those storms out of the gulf of alaska like we did the last two times to get that snow in the sierra and that third one for this month is coming. so let's get ready for some more snow, up to a foot possible at the crest on sunday and we're looking at four to eight inches at pass levels. snow levels will start out 6,000207,000 feet if you are doing? traveling to the mountains, and it will drop down to 3,500-foot elevation by sunday. live doppler 7 hd right now not tracking rain or snow but certainly tracking the chill. so we are going into a frost advisory. north bay valleys that is, 3:00 a.m. to the 9:00 a.m., low to mid 30s overnight. there's the possibility our sensitive plants may get
damaged. sow know the drill. you might want to bring them inside or cover them up. golden gate bridge showing you clear skies right now. low temperatures in the mid 50s. san francisco, oakland. san jose 53 but we're already in the 40s around morgan hill and half moon bay. and beautiful view looking across the bay there. most areas are running within a couple of degrees of where they were at this time yesterday. 40 degrees right now in 23457a, 44 santa rosa, currently 47 in livermore. and a live look from our sutro tower camera. fog not in the picture in san francisco. other cold mornings ahead with patchy fog and frost. a lot like this morning. dry through saturday afternoon. and then rain comes in saturday night going intong. we'll go into the detailed look of the timeline in just a moment here. fog in the central valley in the wintertime with an offshore flow tends to spill into some of our valleys this morning. we have that fog. if you recall, it was dense in patches. once again. we're going to do that again tomorrow. watch out for the fog, allow that extra time for your morning
commute and it will certainly be cold and frosty in our inland valleys. don't be surprised if you see icy conditions when you get going in the morning. 35 degrees in fairfield. 32 napa. freezing cold there. santa rosa 33 degrees. 37 in livermore. 41 san jose. 40 in fremont. 42 san mateo. san francisco, oakland mid to upper 40s. one thing's for sure. pack on the layers or just stay inside until later when the sun comes out and you can thaw out. saturday night cloud cover increases. by late saturday night rain is likely across the north bay at 10:00 p.m. and then fossett rest of you around midnight light to moderate rain. 5:00 a.m. sunday and those showers are starting to wind down with not much left after that. so most of your weekend plans should be just fine mostly sunny skies for the rest of your afternoon. tomorrow afternoon a lot like today, mid 60s in the south bay, gilroy, morgan hill, santa clara, san jose, sunnyvale, pretty narrow range on the peninsula. 64 redwood city.
daly city it will be nice and sunny but you feel christmas in the air. north bay. 66 in napa, 64 san rafael. 64 santa rosa east bay communities. low to mid 60s oakland, berkeley inland spots. 64 concord. 63 livermore. accuweather forecast we keep the chill through friday we lose that over the weekend and gain some rain saturday night into sunday morning is when we'll see the rain coming through here and then we'll go back to a dry pattern until the middle of next week when a.m. accuweather seven-day forecast shows you what we may be tracking. still to come on abc 7 news at 9:00, san francisco ranks in the top ten on many lists but this time not a lot of people are smiling ouabit. yeah, it's a dubious distinction. we'll have the story as we continue.
bay your cities rank at or near the top in a lot of impressive lists. but the latest one really isn't anything to brag about. a self-described infotainment website called road snacks ranks san francisco as the snobbiest city in america with berkeley ranked second and santa clara ninth. the site based it on several factors including per capita income, the number of private schools, art galleries and whole foods stores. road snacks editors did say, though, if they had the money and knowledge of the residents in these cities they'd probably be a little snobby too. well, here's another list you probably don't want to be on. the worst people to sit next to on an airplane. you sat next to one of these folks before. according to expedia's third annual airplane etiquette survey, seat kickers and
spaced-out parents rank as the two most disliked airline travelers. others on the list include smelly travelers and those who talk too much. i sat next to a guy one time clipping his fingernails. it was horrible. they were going everywhere. well, the travel site based its ranking on a survey of more than 1,000 people. >> that just seems like a health hazard. >> i know, right? with thanksgiving just two weeks away now is the time to give where you live. abc 7 news is at the alameda county community food bank today for an annual give where you live thanksgiving food drive. one in five people living in alameda county is served by the food bank. abc 7 news weather anchor spencer christian presented a $15,000 check on behalf of our station and our parent company disney that will help feed 116,000 people each month. if you want to help those in need just text the word "feed" to the number 80077 for a $10 donation. it is that easy. >> and we're off and running. keep it going till thanksgiving. another half hour of abc 7 news at 9:00 just moments away. ♪
in the south bay honoring those who have served this veterans day. the parade to pay tribute, coming up. plus, doubling down on his critics. the team donald trump says he will put together to deport illegal immigrants. and chipotle reopens after its e. coli scare, but there was another incident no one knew about until now.
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nguyen has more from san jose. >> reporter: today in downtown san jose so many families all wanting to express their gratitude. >> i think it's important for to us bring our children to remember exactly what our country stands for. >> reporter: a chance to recognize those who put our country first. but beyond the pomp and circumstance -- >> it's a great honor to have all these people o'come out and cheer these veterans on. >> reporter: an opportunity for veterans to reflect. >> freedom isn't free. as we all know. and there's a lot of sacrifices that are given. >> back in my day people weren't too nice to us. but today the crowd support, it makes us feel good. >> it's heartfelt. you can see people come up to you and say thank you for your service. and i'll say thank you for your support. >> reporter: harry ralph served in the marine corps for 30 years but this was his first trip to the city's veterans day parade, one he had been avoiding for quite some time. >> i'm really happy i came because the camaraderie of interacting and talking with other vets --
>> reporter: he's not one for hanging out in big crowds but this afternoon he felt a bond that he says will never be lost among those who have served. >> we're all people. you know, we're all here for the good of the country and to take care of each other. >> reporter: a reminder to thank the men and women who protect the united states each and every single day. >> they did a lot for us. and they continue to do a lot for us. and we should come and show our support to them. >> reporter: in san jose, chris nguyen, abc 7 news. in san bruno today veterans from world war ii to iraq took part in a special ceremony for service members at golden gate national cemetery. among whoas those who attended was dan hairston. he took his children to the grave of his grandfather who fought in world war i. >> i'm remembering not only my family's heritage but also the sacrifices so many people made so that we can live every day american life. >> golden gate national cemetery is undergoing a renovation. 15,000 grave sites have been
refurbished with thousands more scheduled to get some tlc next year. >> reporter: not all veterans attended special ceremonies today. abc 7 news was at the palo alto elks lodge at these four world war ii veterans played a game of handball. edwin arms is 92 years old. he survived the pearl harbor attack and later the sinking of his ship in the pacific. his story was featured in a "look" magazine article back in 1942, when he was only 19. >> some people really sacrificed and did a heck of a lot. and i was really fortunate. i got through everything without any damage. >> arms wants to be buried in arlington national cemetery. that's where his grandfather rests after fighting in the civil war. astronaut scott kelly sent his salute from 250 miles in space. he says veterans and their families are his heroes. well, uber and lyft have announced plans to help homeless veterans land jobs. the on demand ride services are
offering vets free rides to job interviews for the next year. the program is part of a partnership with the obama administration, which has set a goal to make sure all veterans are employed. and you can help in this regard. today you have the option to donate $5 to the program through the uber and lyft apps. now to the race for president. republican presidential candidate donald trump is doubling down on his promise to send all of the undocumented immigrants in the united states home. abc news reporter tom llamas shows how he responded to his critics from last night's presidential debate. >> reporter: tonight, immigration back front and center in the race for president. donald trump renewing his push for mass deportations. >> we are a country of laws. they're going to have to go out. and they'll come back. but they're going to have to go out, and hopefully they get back. but we have no choice if we're going to run our country properly and if we're going to be a country. [ applause ] >> reporter: on stage last night fierce opposition. >> come on, folks.
we all know you can't pick them up and ship them across -- back across the border. it's a silly argument. it's not an adult argument. >> i don't have to hear from this man. believe me. i don't have to hear from him. >> mr. trump -- >> reporter: jeb bush, eager for a strong debate performance, joining the attack on trump. >> and it would send a signal that we're not the kind of country that i know america is. they're doing high fives in the clinton campaign right now when they hear this. >> reporter: but this morning trump going even further. >> are you going to have a massive deportation force? >> we're going to have a deportation force. and you're going to do it humanely -- >> reporter: but last night's biggest fight was between senators rand paul and marco rubio over the size of the military and america's role in the world. >> i know that rand is a committed isolationist. i'm not. i believe the world is a stronger and a better place when the united states is the strongest military power in the world. >> marco. marco. how is it conservative -- how is it conservative to add a trillion-dollar expenditure for the federal government that you're not paying for?
>> we can't even have an economy if we're not safe. there are radical jihadists in the mideast beheading people and crucifying christians. yes, i believe world is a safer -- no, no, i don't believe. i know that the world is a safer and better place when america is the strongest military power in the world. [ cheers and applause ] >> senator marco rubio speaking just behind me. we're here at the opening of his headquarters in south carolina. he's hoping to carry some of that momentum from those strong debate performances out here in the campaign trail. tom llamas, abc news, columbia, south carolina. well, it is the end of the line for discovery's longest-running show. that's "mythbusters." this is a photo of the last scene being filmed this afternoon. tweeted out by adam savage, one of the show's stars. the 14th and last season of the san francisco-based show begins in january. we had a special visitor come to abc today. he graduated from cal state east bay heyward and is now a top official in afghanistan's government. asadula zamir is the youngest
member of president ashraf ghani's government. he's on a fact-finding mission to uc davis california and other states learning about the best agricultural practices to share with his company. he's the minister of agriculture, irrigation, and livestock and is on a trip sponsored by the u.s. agency for international development. >> without investing in agriculture we'll not be able to have long-term stability. agriculture is the backbone of our economy. >> we had a group of uc berkeley students visiting today. and the minister zamir enthusiastically answered their questions about afghanistan and agriculture. >> wonderful to have him here. coming up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, birth control pill mix-up. >> the women coming together to file a
customers returned to chipotle restaurants in the pacific northwest today. 11 chipotle stores had closed after an e. coli outbreak sickened about 45 people in oregon and washington. health officials haven't found the source of the outbreak despite testing but now the portland oregonian says there was another outbreak in seattle in july nat public never knew about. health officials said by the time the pathogen was traced to chipotle the incubation point for the disease was over and there was no point in alerting the public. they're considering a new policy to alert people about any outbreaks in the past. now to a major lawsuit over a birth control mix-up. a group of women is filing suit over their pills and an alleged mistake in packaging that they say led to more than 100 surprise pregnancies. abc news reporter mara schiavocampo tells us how this happened and why they think the company should help pay to raise the kids.
>> reporter: tonight 113 women suing a major pharmaceutical company for mispackaged birth control pills they say resulted in unwanted pregnancies. the women, from 28 states, seeking millions in damages. some asking for the total costs of raising a child until adulthood, including education. according to the lawsuit, birth control pills made by quarites, a subsidiary of endo pharmaceuticals, were packaged in the wrong order, rotated 180 degrees, reversing the weekly tablet orientation. as a result, the plaintiffs claim they were taking placebo sugar pills intended for the week of menstruation at the wrong time of the month, leaving them without adequate contraception. that packaging error prompted an fda recall in 2011 but not before these women say they unintentionally became pregnant. in a statement the pharmaceutical company told us that the recall was based on "an
extremely small number of defective packs" and that they've only ever been able to confirm that one single defective pack was sold to a patient. mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, battling the boy scouts. >> the santa rosa girls who are trying to join up. stay with us. just press clean and let roomba help with your everyday messes.
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>> reporter: connecting lines and tying knots is a boy scouts requirement. these girls are masters at it after joining a boy scouts program called learning for life. they basically were allowed to do the same things as the boys in troop 134 in santa rosa. >> we had been participating with the cub scouts and the o older girls with a boy scout troop for about a year and a parent complained. >> just because i was a girl you couldn't participate. because like girls can do the exact same things boys can. >> reporter: now these girls and their parents are expected to protest on friday by handing in their applications to the local boy scouts council. >> our request at this point is it's time for the boy scouts of america to go coed, to stop discriminating against girls and to allow girls full access to the program. >> reporter: the local council office here in santa rosa was closed today because of veterans day. but a council member told me off camera there's nothing they can do because this is a national policy.
we received this statement from the boy scouts of america. "we understand that the values and the lessons of scouting are attractive to the entire family. however, cub scouts and boy scouts are year-round programs for boys and young men." >> in every other country except the united states and arab countries boy scouts have gone coed. >> reporter: why not join the girl scouts? they claim the boy scouts program is much more robust. >> in boy scouts, like i was jealous of what my brother got to do. like how outside he got to be. but we were just like inside doing art badges and stuff. >> and selling cookies? >> mm-hmm. i didn't mind that, but. >> for me being a girl amongst the boys it was a place where i learned to work with not just people of my own gender but people of the opposite gender who i'm going to have to work with when i get into the real world. >> reporter: she believes with the boy scouts membership declining they may soon need a few good girls. in sebastopol, lyanne melendez,
abc 7 news. it's time to get another check on our weather. >> meteorologist sandhya patel is here with the forecast. >> hi there, dan and ama. let's look at live doppler 7 hd. this is a pretty good indication as to why it's going to be cold. it's clear out there. morning lows for napa. this is a temperature trend. 32 tomorrow. you're going to start to notice those temperatures rising. it gets a little better. much better over the weekend as we bring on some rain. so that is definitely going to be an improvement. highs for your thursday, sunny skies, temperatures in the 60s. and as you take a look at really what's ahead for tomorrow night it's a big night, right? the night walk. leukemia lymphoma society's walk for at&t park. it's going to be on the chilly side. starts at 5:00 p.m. registration. then the remembrance is at 6:00. mid 50s right around the time the walk starts. a lot of my colleagues will be there. and if you get a chance to take part in the event it is a great event. just make sure you dress in layers. accuweather seven-day forecast, it's going to be dry, it's going to be chilly and then we'll go
with the rain saturday night into sunday morning before we go dry again. accuweather seven-day forecast showing another slight chance of some rain on wednesday. i believe you're going to that event tomorrow. >> yeah. >> it'll be great. >> thanks, sandhya. just as starbucks is taking criticism from social media, pastors and even donald trump over its red holiday cup, dunkin' donuts has unveiled its own cup with a touch of christmas cheer. the dunkin' donuts cup says "joy" in red letters. people have complained about the starbucks cup for lacking any christmassy design. but the company's standing by its res design. they say it lets people put their own message on the cup. dunkin' donuts says its cup was not a response to the starbucks cup. >> you should see larry's cup. it says "bahumbug." >> unprovoked attack. >> you never know what you're going to get. >> always a target, man. the christmas spirit. >> that's a good point. >> how about a steph cup?
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coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, continuing coverage of our developing news. a deadly standoff at a san francisco hospital. tonight we have dispatch audio of the frantic seconds before police opened fire on the gunman. >> and 7 on your side's michael finney brings us the winning strategy to beat speeding tickets. >> those stories and a lot more coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00 over an chapter 7. >> announcer: this sports report brought to you by your local toyota dealer. >> larry doesn't speed anywhere. nice saunter. always calm and cool. >> till i hit the highlights. then i go -- >> that's true. you conserve energy. >> i save it for when i need it. exactly. why is everybody after me? >> that was not an attack. >> it's wednesday.
>> maybe i'm overly sensitive. >> yeah. >> could be. probably not. >> becomes more obvious with every game. we're watching something special with the golden state warriors. steph and company are playing their game, tlelz only a handful of teams in the nba that can give them a real game. tonight in memphis the dubs match a franchise best at 9-0. and steph's not the only one doing the two-hand dribbling routine in pregame. harrison barnes working on the handle soak do this. off and in into the baseline. then the feed from steph, throwing it down. harrison is an amazing athlete. 13 in the first half. catch and shoot three from the corner. 24-13 dubs. final seconds first quarter, andrew bogut fades and fires. the angry aussie says that's my range right there, 22 feet. biggest lead of the first half comes from andre iguodala right here after that three ball. iguodala goes for 20 and they're up 15. griz close within two early in the third. z-bo, zach randolph had 13.
launches off balance from 35 feet. the bank is open. no foul call and stepgry. don't make him angry. you won't like him when he's angry. this one from 40, stop, pop, slash. curry scored 17 of his 28 points in the third. the warriors pushed the lead right back to 11. finish off with more from harrison with authority. i'm going fast and i'm screaming. he had 19. despite 23 turnovers, the warriors win by 16. 100-84. they're 9-0. they tie wilt's 1960 philly warriors for best franchise start in history. deandre jordan committed to the mavericks in the offsxaenz changed his mind, stayed with l.a. as you may expect, boos every time he touched the ball tonight in dallas. [ booing ] >> leans haright-handed. that shot won't go, much to the delight of this sold out crowd. >> his word is as bad as his
free-throw percentage, which is terrible. he's at 34%or the year. clippers down one. three to play. chris paul the prayer is answered. l.a. up by a deuce. but dirk nowitzki not to be denied. "i must break with you my bank shot." nowitzki goes for 31. the mavs go home happy. 118-108. as they beat the clippers and deandre jordan. lamarcus aldridge back in portland. another reunited game. reunion. spent his first nine seasons there. got range. that puts san antonio up by ten. third quarter, mason plumlee down the lane. kawhi leonard with the flush and landed on his elbow. he went down hard. hope he's okay. spurs leading 106-99 with three minutes left there. the raiders lost in pittsburgh on sunday but they sent a message to the rest of the nfl, which is this is a team that's on the rise. now they need the defense to try to catch up to the offense. raiders will host the vikings on sunday. derek carr and company have scored 34 points or more in
three straight games. that has not happened for the silver and black since 1995. derek carr has 19 touchdown passes. that's tied for third highest in the nfl. gaudy numbers that are impressive but karl wants wins and the raiders need them at 4-4. >> those numbers that make people talk about you. no. for me -- y'all know me. i'm going to be the same guy forever. and if i'm not you guys have free will to just punch me in the face. so. the stats and all that are fun for people to look at and all that, but for us it's like man, we turn the film on and think, man, we missed that opportunity or we missed that play or we missed that chance. that's what hurts us. we always want to make sure coach says we're trending upward. the sharks, they're not trending upward. they may be looking to shake things up. reportedly shopping forward patrick marleau who's the franchise all-time leading scorer. he has a no trade clause in his contract but he's apparently willing to waive that if he gets dealt to the rangers, the kings or the ducks.
unclear if marleau is the one pursuing this deal or their team wants to trade their 36-year-old scorer. >> i'm not going to get into specifics. there's always been rumors in my clear, things like that. that's why i don't want to feed into it any more, i don't want to comment on it, don't want it to become a distraction or anything. >> more than 6,000 players entered the world series of poker. last night they were down to the final two. joe mckeon was the man with the big stack as the final card was flipped. >> joe mckeon, is that bracelet, is that money yours? the river card. it's a jack! joe mckeon goes wire to wire to win the 2015 main event. >> the 25-year-old mckeon wins with a pair of 10s, gets that nice bracelet. and oh, yeah, $7.6 million. asked what he planned to do in vegas after winning he said nonchalantly, "party." abc 7 sports, brought to you by
toyota. always much micer when you can leave vegas with $7 million as opposed to leaving it with them. >> tough to do sometimes. >> thank you for joining us. i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm dan ashley. for sandhya patel, larry beil, all of us, we appreciate your time. >> we'll see you at 11:00 over on channel 7.
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