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going door to door doing approximatepost control services. >> now still so many hours later, there remains -- there are three blocks in the very densely populated and very busy mission district that remain cordoned off. and let me show you what is just arrived here in just the last few minutes here on valencia street. there are two buses. those have been brought in for residents in this area who are being affected by the standoff to just kind of sit and lounge in. of course the biggest concern for police is that the person's room has a window facing valencia street in that building. they have ee vvacuated the area. a police have toll us they have moved it inside that building.
they have made contact and the person did talk with officers probably about 6:30 or so this evening in the hall outside of the room. but the conversation was not productive. this area is one of the most densely populated and busy neighbors in the city and we talked with a restaurant customer who talked about being evacuated. >> the police officer told us you should run, you should run, because we got out we were walking and he was gesturing towards us we should run. so we were running and running. i looked behind me to see if my friend was okay. and we were keeping track of each other. >> this stand off continues. meanwhile, there are a lot of residents, quite a few businesses, and also people who have their cars parked here in the street. everything is basically at a stand still. the police department tells us that they are going to be working with the american red cross to start getting a head
count of residents in this neighborhood who may need someplace to sleep tonight if this standoff continues. reporting live from the mission district of san francisco. abc 7 news. >> okay. thanks very much. we will continue to monitor this situation throughout this news cast. we will have a live update on 7 news at 11. we'll let you know immediately if something changes. we'll send up updates through the 7 news app. it's free to download. somewhere inside this forest of trees searchers are hoping to find a woman who went out hiking and never came back. both she and her dog have not been seen since yesterday afternoon when they left near woodside for a walk along skyline boulevard. 56-year-old bethany has dementia and needs insulin. >> search crews called out the
missing hiker's name, bethany harry went missing yesterday when she went with a hike with her dog. an aus statralian shepherd. >> she was reported missing at 7:25. >> she is a 56-year-old woman, 5'35" tall wearing yoga pants and a pink shirt. she was last seen on skyline boulevard on woodside. they are from mountain view. there is concern for her health. >> she has early onset of dementia. we are worried where she is at this point. >> how about diabetes? n n >> there is a possibility of early onset diabetes, it's type 2, not type 1. >> search crews have responded. more than 70 trained volunteers are helping as well as 13 search
and rescue dogs. horses are being used because the terrain here is steep, and has a lot of switchbacks. from sky 7 one you can see how challenging it is for teams to locate anything. but they are optimistic. >> we are in really good shape right now. the weather itself is not terrible. it has been quite mild. and because of the recent storms we have a lot of water that is around. >> the cal fire helicopter was helping in the search which will continue through the night. so far there is nothing to suggest foul play. in woodside, lee y. >> late today new details were released about a shooting last night that left a 24-year-old man dead. why officers say deadly force was necessary. >> he lunged or advanced towards officer stewart, at which point officer stewart used his service weapon. >> it was an intense situation that unfolded tuesday night.
>> he just stabbed himself in the chest. >> police picked up on what was unfolding. officers were told a man was acting erratically. >> he's reaching in his pocket, unknown what he has in his pocket. >> i know that a lot of policemen were chasing somebody, and they were jumping over the wall. >> police were told the man had cut himself in the chest and was armed. a spokesman says the man ignored officer's commands. they first deployed a taser. they say the officer fee feared for his life and fire his gun. the coroner's office has not identified the man who died. neighbors say his name was jesus and he worked atwal green at wa. >> he always talked to you friendly, nice, and was smiling. >> police found a bloody knife
near the scene. the officer was wearing a camera, which should help investigators. he's on routine administrative leave. neighbors say the mother of the man who was killed is heart broken. >> i called them to help my son because he was depressed. i didn't ask them to kill him. >> family and friends want answers. the department says it's being meticulous in the investigation. there hasn't been an officer involved shooting in the city since 2015. >> a 49-year-old woman is fighting for her life tonight after fire ripped through her fire in san rafeal. rising smoke damaged nine other units and displaced 17 people. the woman was severely burned, but is alive because of this 23-year-old mill valley man who rushed in to her burning apartment and pulled her out. >> she was so hot that it burned me to touch her, you know? she was not on fire, but the
burns were pretty bad. like she was like -- like you could see the skin peeling off. >> how brave he was. he's going to be okay. firefighters called him a hero. he certainly was. investigators are still trying to identify the reason this fire started. we are learning new details about the shooting that shut down eastbound interstate 80 yesterday. traffic was backed up for miles and it lasted for hours. the shooting happened just before 4:00 p.m. near the san pablo avenue exit. two people were hurt, three suspects under arrest. laura anthony has some perspective on the case. >> i would hesitate to speculate as to why someone would endanger all these lives on the freeway. >> within hours of the shooting on enter interstate 80. police say they have three young men in custody. elliott john henry johnson and two 17-year-olds. >> they are heinous events.
these events are so dangerous to the motoring public, the vast majority of which are innocent bystanders. >> it happened as traffic crawled along. a car pulled up to a blue honda odyssey and opened fire leaving a 24-year-old woman injured and a driver in grave condition. a good samaritan came to the victim's aid while other witnesses provided information that led police to the suspect. >> the reason this case was solved so quickly was due to several outstanding witnesses, including an off duty police officer coming forward and providing us with information. >> this shooting, along interstate 80 is just the most recent on bay area highways. a special chp task force is investigating about 80 incidents of gunfire in just the past 15 months. >> our resot able to travel safely on our freeways. >> they want cal tran to set up
license plate reetd readers. >> we have gang members that have chosen to take their rivalry off the streets and on to the freeway. >> san francisco's health department has an urgent warning tonight. we are going to explain why they call this leafy mixture a toxic tee. >> be ware, the pollen count is high. >> you are feeling the effects of spring, dan, about 10 days early. i'll let you know if the warmth will continue for your weekend. >> and sudden closure. a popular san francisco brewery surprises a lot of people by shutting its doors
a south bay man accuse the of stalking as many as 20 underaged girls appeared in court. 35-year-old sony, was arrested on wednesday at his family's home. abc's 7 news reporter kate larson was at his first appearance this afternoon. the judge issued protective orders. >> accused of stalking four underaged girls. the 35-year-old lives with his family in this coopertino house
which investigators searched on wednesday. today his defense attorney and his father had nothing to say after a judge increased sony's bail from $200,000 to $1 million. >> i am pleased that the judge raised bail. he recognized that the defendant poses a unique risk to society. >> santa clara county deputy district county rebecca weiss says the case is disturbing. photo collages of young girls and gifts that were intended for would-be victims inside his house. based on that evidence, investigators believe there could be at least 19 alleged victims. >> you have a defendant who has targeted young women and young girls, and has annoyed and harassed them repeatedly. >> the report came from a 14-year-old girl who says he followed her home more than a dozen times and repeatedly offered her money and presents.
he has applied for jobs and volunteer positions at churches and schools. and he hands out had business cards to girls promoting his book and website, which is about inner beauty, relationships and jesus. investigators say since arrests, more churches and possible victims have come forward. >> san francisco's health department released an urgent warning tonight about a toxic tea. this is what it looks like. the health department says the herb balance tea contains a deadly poison. it was purchased by two people at a herbalist on grand avenue in china town. both a man and woman became severely ill and had to be hospitalized with life-threatening health problems. the health department is asking anyone who has this tea to throw it out immediately. don't take any chances. in. if you are an allergy sufferer, it's not going to be a
good year. record rainfall, but experts now say it's producing a downside, a monster allergy season. >> we are pretty much just starting to see all the plants going to bloom and we are getting a lot of patients from that. >> the feeling of being uncomfortable, lack of concentration, lack of focus. stuffiness, drippy nose. >> some patients are adopting a holistic approach, for others, over the counter allergy medications offer relief. if the allergies persist, consult a medical professional for help immediately. that will be tough. i don't know about you, but my eyes get scratchy and red. a spring-like weekend forecast. >> i have thrown the kitchen sink at my allergies. it's bad. let me show you, though, the upside as we do have beautiful weather. from our abc 7 news this was the scene this afternoon. we saw nice clouds, just some high clouds passing through and a little more thick cloud cover
earlier in the day. but look what happens as the day went on, we started seeing more clearing and blue skies showing up. those temperatures respond. it got up to 0 degre70 degrees francisco. 74 degrees in santa rosa, and almost 80 there in cloverdale. i do want to draw your attention to the weather is so different. look at the temperatures back east, new york, 23 degrees, boston 21, d.c. 29. by comparison, when you look at our view from our kgo roof camera it's beautiful. you are really like tripling some of these readings back east. okor oakland 62 degrees. the city by the bay is sparkling tonight. liver moore 58 degrees. we are looking at san francisco.
spring-like conditions this weekend. mile pattern to continue the next seven days, and there is a slight chance of rain on wednesday. here is your three-day forecast. plenty of sun after some morning fog, low 60s to mid 70s. monday sunny and warmer. tomorrow morning if you have early plans, there will be some patches of fog around. temperatures beginning on the cool side compared to today. so mid 40s to low 50s. as you take a look at the hour-by-hour forecast, you see the fog around the coast. east bay shoreline in particular around 8:00 a.m. and itli linges around the coast. and here is what is going to await you. highs for your saturday 74 degrees. san jose, 77 and on the pen
anyone as you l -- you are not going to have to worry about fog in the afternoon. those of you who love the fog there will be more on sunday. 66 downtown san francisco and in the north day, mild day, mi mid 70s, santa rosa, 71 degrees in napa. inland up to the middle 70s. so warmer than ample for this ti ---than ample fverage this tim year. the parade, you get a chance to go out and say hello, enjoy and not only that if you don't get a chance to go out, you can always watch us. it's going to be festival parade kind of weather. low to mid 60s. still comfortable at 5:00. 59 degrees. fog will be around in the nights and mornings. cool nights and mornings but mild days this weekend. don't forget set your clocks
forward one hour, 2:00 a.m. will become 3:00 a.m. sunday. we go to daylight saving time. and time changes, the weather changes, we'll warm it up a few more degrees before we see that cool down. wednesday will be cooler with low 70s inland to low 60s coast side and then bump the temperatures back up. but we can always download the abc 7 app, and you can track the temperatures and the rain chances and help you plan your day. >> thank you very much. we have a date, a brand new bart station will open to the public this month. that story is next. and this weekend 7 on your side's michael fi in. -- our coverage begins tomorrow at noon on air over on channel 7 or you can watch it on the abc 7 news app. tune in, watch michael do his work on that great parade. stay with me. back in a moment.
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here is a strange one, los angeles police are on the lookout for eye makeup thieves. turns out they got away with more than $4.5 million of beverly hills product. officers say the thieves cut a hole in the roof of the company's warehouse and stole 100,000 packages of the modern eye shadow pallets. it's the beauty company's most popular product. one of the bay area's best known breweries has shut down. speak easy has closed it's tap room. a spokesperson tells it tried more than a year to secure the capital it needed. leftover inventory has now been shipped to distributors. the california dmv released
proposed regulations for self driving cars. the rules addressed public safety concerns while recognizing the potential of technology in the future. the dmv will require certification to meet federal safety standards set by the national highway traffic cysafe administration. requirements to lease or sell such vehicles and address driver licensing registration and advertising issues. we have an opening date for bart's warm springs extension in freemont. the 5.4 mile extension that connects the existing freemont station to the new warm springs south freemont station. opening day is march 25th. the transit agency provided this video of the extension that a lot of riders are looking forward to. offers more than 2,000 parking spaces, 42 electric car charging stations. and ac transit and vta buses.
live where you live, this is abc 7 news. good evening once again. we'll begin this half hour with big news from the white house chlts it's been almost a week now since the president claimed that president obama wiretapped trump tower before the election. and there are major developments tonight about michael flynn who resigned as national security advisor. here is abc news chief white
house correspondent jonathan carl. >> the white house has given the justin department an ultimatum. turn over all evidence, if any exists, that president obama had trump tower wiretapped. the deadline monday. president trump made the extraordinary allegation without providing any proof. today we asked him for some. >> president, any -- >> thank you. you guys, please, thank you, press. >> mr. president -- >> first of all on the wiretap. >> thank you, press. thank you. >> thank you very much, press. thank you. >> are you going to provide any proof? >> fbi director who briefed congressional leaders behind closed doors has urged the justice department to say the wiretapping didn't happen. it comes as the department is investigating russia in the election.
and now another controversy, we've learned that at the height of the precedential campaisiden turkey hired flynn. this came after flynn's fiery speech at the republican convention. >> lock her up. that's right. yup. that's right. lock her up. >> three weeks later, flynn's firm was hired by the turkey-connected company, and ultimately paid $530,000. he was simultaneously serving as a top advisor to the trump campaign. sitting in on classified intelligence briefings. on election day, flynn published an article declaring we need to adjust our foreign policy to recognize turkey as a priority. we need to see the world from turkey's perspective. this week flynn officially filed as a foreign agent for the work he did during the campaign. and that is how the white house says the president learned of his work on turkey's behalf. >> are you saying the president
was not aware that lieutenant general michael flynn was acting as a foreign agent when he appointed him to be national security advisor? >> correct. >> well, just remember, you wouldn't know that until he filed. he didn't file until two days ago. so therefore nobody would have known that because he hadn't filed as a foreign agent until two days ago. >> still, the white house acknowledges flynn's lawyers told lawyers for the trump transition team that he might need to register as a foreign agent. but they insist flynn never told trump himself. >> jonathan carl, abc news washington. >> in the meantime, attorney general jeff sessions is asking for the resignation of 46 u.s. attorneys. it is common for a new administration to ask for at resignations of political appointees. but president obama and george w. bush tried to stayinggger to
avoid disruptions. >> i don't think it should come as any surprise that there are people that burrowed into the government during eight years of the last administration, and you know, may have believed in that agenda, and want to continue to seek it. i don't think that should come as a surprise to anyone. >> by the way, the u.s. attorney in san francisco is a career employee, and was therefore not asked to resign. >> supreme court justice sonia sotamayor was at stanford and offering insights with life and her job in the highest court in the land. >> they gave her a standing ovation, even before the justice spoke one word on the stanford memori memorial stage. she was appointed in 2009 by president obama, but today the first latina justice connected with students as former law
student herself. >> i figured out first how to be a generally informed citizen. >> she told the audience, curious people go further, that curiosity helped to shape her as a person long before she became a supreme court justice. she wasted no time taking questions from curious students. >> what were your greatest fears and hopes upon joining the supreme court? >> would i be good enough? >> she walked through the crowd, shook hands, stopped for photos and talked about how to make it in the world. >> but how do you deal with the fact that your incredible success has given you a perspective that is different from that of many people with whom you would like to emphasize. >> living in two worlds. i am a member of a lot of different worlds, but i don't feel at home, completely at home in any of them. this is the hardest judging job there is.
because every single case we get is hard. >> she says being a supreme court justice is still a work in progress. nothing prepares you for it. but having varied life experiences helps. in paolo -- >> there was another obama sighting in new york today. tmz is reporting that the former president dined with u 2 bono. another san francisco eatery has declared itself a sanctuary restaurant. the restaurant hopes it can calm fears from its staff which has expressed concern about rumored immigration raids. the designation, of course does not have any legal standing, but the owner says it has taught her how to protect her employees'
rights. >> we have to have a warrant, they can't just come in and say, hey now i know that all your employees are illegal. it's like, well, wait a minute, how do you know that for a fact? >> the golden gate restaurant association is encouraging more san francisco restaurants to declare themselves sanctuaries, they are hosting a workshop at don ramon's. now to the father who is having his starring moment during a tv interview. until his very little costar showed up unexpect he hadly. >> this morning on bbc world, breaking news from south korea. professor robert kelly, apparently in his home office unaware that his toddler is now photo bombing his interview. >> shifting sands in the region. >> shifting sands in the kelly house that's for sure. enter the baby. >> i wouldn't be surprised if they do. >> mom in hot pursuit and yet
trying ever so hard to be inconspicuo inconspicuous. >> my apologies. >> mom trying to inch out, finally getting the kids. >> my apologies. >> and the door. >> um, north korea -- >> in less than 24 hours the video has been viewed more than 9 million times. never before has hand interview on korean politics gotten this much attention for all the wrong reasons. david wright, abc news new york. you've heard about gay conversion therapy. up next an abc news undercover investigation goes to a place where parents send their gay te teenage teenagers, you are going to hear
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let's turn your our tension now to a year-long abc news investigation on gay conversion camp. it delivers a controversial program that promises parents they can make their children straight. here is abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross. >> take a slight left turn on to brewer road. >> it was down a dirt road in alabama that we discovered the kind of place many thought no longer existed. the blessed hope boys academy for troubled youth. a place where parents of gay teens from across the country send their children. told that counselors here can stop them from being gay. >> going against the word of god. it is not biblically right. >> a man who calls himself brother gary. >> this boy here claims to be home mow sexual. >> he told our undercover team
for a $21,000 a year fee, he uses a bible and sometimes a belt to deal with teenagers who consider themselves gay and act up. >> i wouldn't do it just because, for one just because he says he's kwequeer i'm not goino do that. >> this is just one of a number of places discovered by abc news in a year-long investigation. a facility behind this barbed wire, a christian pastor with a track record of cruelty who did not want to talk to abc news. >> i don't want to talk to you. i don't like you. get away from me. this is how i treat you. get away from me. >> testimonials describe teens gay and straight as getting help. >> since i have been here this program, i have come closer to god and my family. >> but other teens, including lucas greenfield told abc news it was a place of physical abuse and cruelty, especially for gay teens. >> isolation and beaten and everything else. >> because? >> they were assumed to be gay.
>> guy was a sin? >> kbie guy is a sin, evil, hor. >> karen, a counselor who quit disgust calls him a sadist. and we saw for ourselves how this christian pastor react toss someone he does not like. >> i'm not talking to you. >> what about the allegation of what you did to those boys? what did you do to those boys? >> reporter: brian ross abc news new york. >> sandy patel is up next. she'll updated forecast for us. she'll updated forecast for us. and a southern calif
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all right. updating some breaking news. san francisco police have taken a suspect into custody, who had been barricaded for hours. police perimeter is still in effect until further notice as a tactical team performs a sweeps. we'll have the latest again since 2:00 this morning coming up at 11:00 on channel 7. we want to updated forecast, because it's a forecast we've got to hear it twice. >> you are going to wouldn't to take the plans outside this weekend. absence of rain, which we could use again, but it will come back before you know it. we do get showers in the spring. 73 degrees tomorrow. 64 in half moon bay.
highs for your saturday, mid 60s to mid 70s. temperature trend, 75 degrees tomorrow. good 10 degrees above normal. temperatures will continue to drop a little bit and then rise again, but wednesday is the day that we are going to really see a sharp drop in the temperatures. 69 degrees. that is the day that we may bring in a few showers, a look at the accu weather seven day forecast, sunday morning we go to daylight saving time. nice weather ahead, low 60s to mid 70s. and then we cool it down. may need the umbrellas again by wednesday. until then we just have shades and sun screen-type of weather. >> nice. thanks very much. a southern california woman is admitting to stupid parenting after driving her son around in a pickup truck filled with beeds
in the bed. they have posted it on youtube. she was arrested on child endangerment charges. >> make sure you guys pause this video, hit that subscribe button. >> youtube star who has almost 1.5 million subscribers has shot a lot of videos over the years. >> dirt bikes, snow boarding. >> but the video he posted earlier this week got a lot of unexpected attention and got his mom in hot water with the corona police department. >> basically when they asked what happened, i said, well, it was just five minutes of a stupid parent choice. >> she's talking about the decision to fill up the bed of this pickup truck with water and gel-like expandible beeds and then start driving around the neighborhood with her son and someone else riding in back. >> he was unrestrained in the back. which mind you is still legal in
some states, just not here. >> we thought it would go pretty viral on youtube, now we got cops showing up at our house. >> police say someone could have gotten hurt. >> an unexpected stop, this person could have been dejected and we would have been dealing with a more serious situation. >> another video showing the illegal dumping of all the orbies into oncoming traffic. fort no one has hurt but it made quite a mess. >> i was great he was here that when you do something wrong you get in trouble. would i do it again? no wouldn't do it again here. >> state penal code says misdemeanor child endangerment carries a maximum of one year in jail. she was also cited for illegal dumping and will be responsible for the cleanup costs.
abc 7 sports brought to you by your local toyota dealer. >> the warriors near the end of a brutal nine-game stretch. he's going to rest many of his stars tomorrow night in san antonio. the warriors wanted to win tonight in minnesota. steph curry had a look at the game-winner in the final seconds. the t-wolves dominated. carl anthony townes, he is a monster. t-wolves led by as many as 17. just before halftime, steph curry, strip and steal and
score. third quart of after four misses from deep, steph finally hits a three. all-time scoring with over 12,671 points. andrew wiggins coming at you 24 of 27 for the second half. the tomahawk slam. klay thompson, a one-point lead with seconds to go for minnesota. steph almost lost it. regai regains, and then for the lead in and out. warriors lose 103-102. their lead over the spurs now down to 1 1/2 games. college hoops doctor j, julius irving in the house for the pac-12 semis. 64 second, and look out jabari bird crashing to the floor.
han lands on his head. could be a concussion. he left would not return. a two-point game with under 30 seconds to go, but dylan ennis on the drive and athletic finish over kingsley okoroh, the bears lose. very much a bubble team. new 49ers coach kyle shanahan, he are doing an extreme makeover of the roster, introducing seven new players today. to be honest, none of these guys are stars, but the hope is they will be part of foundation that turns the 9ers to back on track to winning. >> all of these guys fit in the mold. >> this whole press conference is about the players. i would like to quit talking as fast as possible. >> the 49ers were one of the busiest days in the nfl on the first day of free agency, bringing in fresh new faces, including a new quarterback, brian hoyer. >> i knew in my gut this was the place for me, and i had to get
my wife on board and she said who wouldn't want to live in california and i knew this was going to be the place for us. >> shanahan coached hoyer in 2014 with the browns. he had one of his most successful seasons. he threw for over 3,000 yards and over 1 touchdowns. >> the advantage of having been with someone you know what type of guy they are there is always a risk when you see the tape, you don't know exactly what you are getting that you can't see on tape. to know the tape, to know the person was why we really wanted to get him. >> we had some unfinished bigs fr -- business in cleveland. i know the type of guy that he is, too, and i know that this is his life, and you want to be around a coach like that. >> lynch said each new player was brought in for a specific purpose, including fullback kyle yuchek, helped earn him a four-year $20 million contract.
>> let's not think of him as a fullback. he's an ow, that stands for offensive weapon. >> they are on the rise and they can't wait to get started. >> looking forward to helping build something rather than being something that is already winning. i enjoy working for every play. nowhere better to be in a coach that wants you to win and a city that wants you to win. >> bu >> brandon crawford here in the fourth. deep into the hole at short. makes the throw to get rodriguez. bottom of the sixth, wild pitch on strike three. ian kinsler scores tied at two. bottom ten. team usa shows some emotion. adam jones walk off single and team usa a winner 3-2. in spring training action, the giants lost and the a's beat kc 11-7, but without the skipper
who left the club for personal reasons. abc 7 sports brought to you by toyota. talked about the warriors playing tomorrow intense agains spur. he's resting steph, dray momondd andre iguodala. >> coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11 an update on the breaking news. a barricade in san francisco's mission district is over. the suspect is in custody. and the weight for the brand new bart station in freemont is almost over. the date set for a grand opening and the prep raarations now und way. those stories and more over on channel 7. for now, we appreciate your trial. we'll
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