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tonight, we remember a hero, a recent graduate of stanford law school who has given his life in service to his country. >> i was walking to my death. >> for the first time, these survivors are breaking their silence about the kidnapping that voyage police called a hoax. their story is one you will hear only on abc7 news tonight. >> heavy snow continues to fall this the sierra while rainfall tapers off in the bay area. a closer look in just a moment. >> live where you live. this is abc7 news. tonight, we remember a hero, a man who served his country both here and overseas and died in the line of duty. good evening, thank you for joining us. i'm ama davis. >> i'm dan ashy. an air national guard member, a new york firefighter, and
stanford law school graduate tripp zanetis had a impressive legacy. >> he was killed in a crash that killed seven americans in iraq yesterday. >> reporter: 37-year-old christopher tripp zanetis graduated from stanford law school last year with pro bono distinction, a recognition given to students who spent the most time doing legal work for free for those those who need it. zanetis was one of seven service members killed yesterday when their chopper hit a power line and crashed in anbar province. he was certaining a tour with the new york air national guard. officials say there were no signs of hostile fire though the investigation is in its early stages. by all accounts zanetis was a hero. joined the new york city fire department after the 9/11 attacks. in 2012 he was deployed in afghanistan with the air national guard. he was part of a team dubbed the fearless four who flew into combat to help injured american troops.
they are credited with saving nearly 100 lives. between 2014 and 2017, zanetis took unpaid leave from the fire department to pursue a law degree at stanford. there he was a member of the stanford law veterans organization and wrote passionately about the inqulugs for transgender people in the military. after graduation, he returned to new york working in the litigation department of a private law firm. he was a member of the national lbgt bar association. >> today new york city mayor bill deblasio released this statement on the death of and the other new york city firefighter. they are truly two of new york city's bravest running into danger to protect others both in new york city and in combat over seas. the crash that took zanetis's life is believed to be the first fatal helicopter crash in iraq cincinnati the u.s. began fighting isis there in 2014. >> kristen, thank you. only on abc7 news the couple at the center of the kidnapping
case. the voyage police department called a hoax is speaking publicly for the first time. >> aaron quinn and denise husk ips will be on "good morning america" tonight we have a sneak peek of that interview. the city of voyage just agreed to pay that couple $2.5 million, right. >> reporter: the settlement hopefully means that aaron quinn and denise huskins can focus on the rest of their lives. it also means after three years of standing by as they were attacked and called liars, they can now publicly share their truth. denise huskins is speaking out in her first on camera interview since matthew muller kidnapped her three years ago. >> he was guiding me and i thought i was walking the my death. >> reporter: voyage police called her kidnapping a hoax. >> this is only strange because law enforcement made it strange. >> reporter: in march of 2015, muller broke into quinn's home, blindfolded, drugged and bound the couple before kidnapping
huskins. >> i i'm going to hear a gun shot or get pushed off a cliff. >> reporter: she says she was raped twice before she was released in her home town of hunting ton beach. her pain far from over. later that same night, police held a press conference blaming the victims. >> the fact that we have essentially wasted all of these resources for really nothing is upsetting. >> reporter: it was only when muller left his cell phone behind after a dublin home invasion three mon that investigators arrested him in south lake tahoe where they found evidence linking him to huskins' kidnapping. >> if they came out and said this is a kidnapping, we have evidence, got denise back, we wouldn't be talking about gone girl or anything like that. >> reporter: muller pleaded guilty to federal charges. last year a judge sentenced him to 40 years. now the couple settled their civil lawsuit against the city of voyage for $2.5 million.
>> it's about reaching a number that compensates them, allows them to restart their life. >> reporter: a voyage city spokesperson says the city is not in possession of a signed setment agreement and has no further comment. the couple's attorney says the agreement will be signed soon. as for quinn and hiskins they plan to get married in the fall. you may recall, matthew muller was not originally charged for sexually assaulting denise huskins. that is changing on monday a judge kind a warrant that will be processed by solano county can bring muller to face new charges including kidnapping for ransom, two counts of rape, robbery, burglary, and false imprisonment. in the newsroom, melody woodrow, abc7 news. >> on monday, "good morning america" will air an interview with denise huskins and aaron quinn. you can watch gma at 7:00 a.m. developing news in the
sierra. a urgent search is underway for a skier last seen two days ago. there has been no sign of the 65-year-old since wednesday at skyline bear valley mountain resort. alyssa harrington is live now after speaking with the man's family. >> reporter: a lot of family and friends are very worried tonight. they tell me that mullarkey was skiing alone and may have ventured into the back country. they hope somebody remembers talking to him or recognizes his bright blue snow suit and gives searchers the information they need to bring him home safely. this is a picture of 65 tom mullarkey in the same snow suit he was wearing the last time he was seen. tom has been missing since wednesday. family members say he wasn't skiing at bear valley at 10:30 a.m., he took the big lift to the top and never returned to his family's cabin in arnold later that even. >> there is a lot of country out there and it's hard to get around in it in this weather.
but we are hopeful because we know he's smart and has experience and there is lots of people out looking. >> reporter: his niece says he is an experienced skier but was on the machine alone. >> the last time we went snow camping he was on the cave building team. he knows a lot about being outdoors. >> reporter: the sheriff's office has been searching but the conditions are dangerous and challenging. chp and national guard helicopters got stranded in the snow after the storm blew in last night. the air search has since been suspended. there is low visibility, high winds, and an extra three feet of snow has fallan since tom was last seen. >> it takes a whole community to come out in a crisis and we are appreciative of everybody who has stepped up. >> reporter: alyssa harrington, abc7 news. >> the conditions in the sierra right now are still very rough. this is a live view of heavenly mountain resort. resorts have gotten between one
to two feet of snow in the last 24 hours chains are required for cars on 80 and 50. we have specifics on the conditions, including an avalanche warning. >> that warning is still in effect. here's a look at the snowfall totals for the last three days. you can see that homwood has received 62 inches. that's over five feet. 52 inches at squaw valley. 51 at sierra at tahoe. the snow continues to fall as you saw on the live camera shot from heavenly. a winter storm warning remains in effect for the greater tahoe area and the central sierra until 5:00 tomorrow morning. another 8 to 14 inches of snow still expected to fall. the avalanche warning remains in effect for sierra back country until 7:00 tomorrow morning. the avalanche danger is high. significant snow and strong winds created these conditions. of course, i should point out again this warning does not apply to the established ski areas. back in the bay area our storm is winding down a bit as you can
see. i'll give you a closer look at that and our seven day forecast in a few minutes. >> spencer thank you. don't forget, keep an eye on the weather and doppler 7 at any time through the abc7 news app. download it now. it's free and we have version force apple and android devices. lawyers for the man acquitted of murdering kate steinle say federal gun charges filed against their client are indykive. last year he was acquitted in the 2015 killing. the jury found him guilty of being a plenty in possession of a firearm. prosecutors later charged him with two counts of illegal gun possession. in a court filing this week his lawyers called those charges an attempt to punish their client for being acquitted in state court. >> we will be bringing motions to dismiss on vicinity dakotaive prosecution and also on the fact that the two sovereigns, the federal and here the san francisco district attorney's
office colluded. >> he faces up to ten years in prison on the federal gun charges. he also face up to two years in prison in texas for a parole violation. >> reporter: pressure is growing to raise pay for low wage work erls forward to recruit them. if businesses don't some are finding themselves short staffed. david louie looks at the dilemma created by a strong economy. >> reporter: silicon valley's red hot job market means people are working but it's taking higher wages to fill some jobs. >> we have a de facto minimum of $15 an hour just to get even unskilled labor to commit to showing up for work and continuing with the job. >> reporter: bill and his wife linda own and operate express employment, a staffing agency in san jose. they told abc7 news that it takes two or three weeks to fill some jobs when it used to take 24 hours. but the pay has to be higher than san jose's minimum wage of $13.50 because of the region's high cost of liflg, especially rent are. >> it's going to be very
difficult for low wage workers and it's going to be very difficult for businesses that rely on low wage workers. >> reporter: piologist abruptly closed three pizzerias in san jose but its corporate office did not respond to our requests to confirm reports that it did so because of staffing shortages. there is concern that the south bay may have reached a point where some traditionally low wage businesses can't afford or aren't willing to pay wages that cover the region's cost of living. >> we are probably going to see a migration of business -- certain businesses out of the bay area. hopefully not a huge migration. but it could happen. >> reporter: jamie underwood is starting a new job after having a child and she's getting paid more than she expected. >> i thought i would be rt starting at maybe 13 or 15. and they got me up to 17. >> reporter: the issue of wages also trickles down to the consumer level. customers who go to stores or restaurants where they have cut
back on staffing or can't fill positions will find service slower. in san jose, david louie, abc7 news. there are worries over what could happen to a classic north bay calf say. >> it's owned by the community and owned by a restauranteur, but plans to develop it are not making everyone happy. and at 6:30, the latest into the investigation of the deadly bridge collapse in florida. a student designs a please keep your shoes on! stop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there! so? feels really good....
in this fire at an oakland homeless camp. it started around 3:30 this afternoon at 34th and peralta, close to 580. no one was hurt. fire officials are investigating how the fire started. authorities in oakland are looking for a suspect and a missing cat following a break in at rescue center cat town. this is surveillance video from last night. the cats scatter when a window is broken. moments later a vandal walks into the facility and into a nearby office. short low after that, a cat can be seen climbing oust broken window. cat town is looking for help to repair the broken window as well as finding the missing cat. in mill valley locals are worried about big plans to change a classic cafe that's also an important cultural spachls it's owned by the city but run by a popular restauranture who says he has the communities's best intentions and interests at heart. wayne freedman has the story. >> reporter: it is a great place to stop by for a cup of coffee,
to visit friends. >> place to hang out. >> reporter: today the old depot cafe in mill valley. >> is a complete disaster. >> reporter: will also serve as ground zero for a commune discussion. >> the story changed 50 times. >> all we want to do is create a european cafe. >> reporter: this manoned the restaurant across the street and looked at the depot and saw potential. he bought it two years ago hoping to make improvements. some see him as a hero. others do not want change. do you believe anything that he said today? >> i wasn't listening to everything he said. i heard him speak before. >> reporter: the depot is owned by the city of mill valley. it's the only public building the city leases out as a private business. it's historical. do you see that sign up there? it says northwestern pacific. it is the old railroad that crisscrossed the north bay long before the golden gate bridge. commuters used to board trains
right here. the depot today is an old building needing upgrades. the concern among long time locals, after the changes are made they will be priced out. >> the issue is turning a community center into a building for maximum profit. >> reporter: can a cafe and a community center coexist. >> yes. >> reporter: can you make that promise? >> it's all over italy. that's what all their caves are. >> reporter: but this is marin county where those opposed to the change have signed a petition and will and the city council to act on it in a meeting on april 2nd. a u.s. congresswoman who was respected on both sides of the aisle has passed away. new york represent louise slaughter died after injuring herself in a fall at here home. she was serving her 16th term and was the top democrat on the house rules committee. she was the first woman to chair the position from 2007 to 2010. slaughter used her degrees in
micro biology and public health to shape her agenda, from the affordable care act to abortion rights. nancy pelosi tweets she is heart broken by the death. louise was 88 years old. peninsula lawmaker jackie speier stopped by the abc7 broadcast center today. we had a brief interview. she said the pre has raised an important issue about how our current trade agreements with china impact our national economy. >> we do need to hold them accountable more. we have like a 2.5% tariff for automobiles coming from china. they have a 25% tariff for automobiles going from the united states. so there needs to be greater fairness there. >> congresswoman speier is a founder of the professional business woman's conference. abc7 is a sponsor of the conference. it will be at the must coney center on april 24th. steve mnuchin tweeted this
photo of himself at apple's campus in kuiper tooun tino. he thanks apple for its commitment to invest $350 billion in the u.s. as a result of the tax reform. that will result in a new campus and the hiring of 20 thousand new pliees. we should find out this year where the campus will be built. we know it won't be in california. let's turn to the weather forecast. nice to see the sun today. >> will there be more green on the radar for st. patrick's day? >> there might be green. we hope the green will be what people are wearing as opposed to green spots on the radar. but we may have some showers. here's live doppler 7 right now. it looks quiet. you can see scattered patches of moisture representing showers, some moving in the north bay and a few in the south bay through the santa cruz mountains. most areas looking at conditions like this. this is the view from emeryville
looking westward. lodz of clouds, lots of blue sky as well. 51 in san francisco. 52 across the bay in oakland. low to mid 50s in mountain view, san jose, gilroy and half moon bay. this is the view from the east bay hills camera. looking at more blue sky from this perspective. 50 in santa rosa. napa at 51. sutro tower camera picking up blue sky an cloud shadows. woolsey occasional showers tonight and tomorrow. we will see a dryer milder pattern sunday and monday. another wet pattern returns the middle of next week. our storm impact scale indicates even though thing are adequate right now this current storm which continues through tomorrow ranks one on the storm impact scale. light intensity. scattered showers and the possibility of hail indicated with this system.
this is the way it place out. 6:00 tonight we will see a wave of showers moving through. during the overnight hours that's a possibility as well. into tomorrow, into the midday hours as we approach parade time here in san francisco, a chance of scattered showers. rainfall totals by 11:00 tomorrow night range from quarter of an inch to over half an inch of rainfall. overnight lows will be in the 40s near the bay and coast, upper 30s inland. and highs tomorrow in the 50s. upper 50s inland. let's focus to the sierra. a winter storm warning remains in effect until 5:00 tomorrow morning. we will see another 8 to 14 inches of snow there. travel delays and white out conditions are likely. we have the avalanche warning in effect for sierra back country until 7:00:tomorrow morning. this is for back country, this does not apply to the ski areas. speak day forecast including monday for the tahoe area is snow showers tomorrow. mostly cloudy on sunday. and getting sunnier and milder
on monday. hee in the bay area here's our accuweather seven-day forecast, st. patrick's day tomorrow. a wintry mix of precipitation in the early morning hours but we expect mainly sunny zis by arch. mainly sunny and dry on sunday and monday, and milder than the current conditions. spring arrives on tuesday alone with a few spring showers. a stronger storm develops on wednesday which will rank two on the storm impact scale. it remains stormy on thursday. tapering off to showers next friday. the pattern remains active over the entire week. >> thank you spencer. coming up next only abc7 news gets inside the new home of the golden state warriors as the upcoming chase
tonightr tonight abc7 news takes an exclusive tour of the new san francisco home of the golden state warriors. >> it's impressive. the $1 billion arena in mission bay is no longer just a jumble of steel and concrete. now workers are pouring concrete for the interior parts of the arena like the stairs. >> eric thomas has the story you will see only on 7. >> what we are going to unveil in the summer of '19 is going to become a very special place for san francisco. >> reporter: the golden state warriors' billion dollar baby is really starting to take shape. like watching your baby grow? >> unfortunately, the gestation
period is a lot longer than nine months. >> reporter: it's more like five years to fund and raise the chase center in san francisco's mission bay. but even a casual look those shows that more and more pieces are being added each day. the latest addition, new seats. >> we are actually right where the seats will be installed. and we are in the upper bowl. >> reporter: the team president took me on the progress the construction crews are making. when it's all said and done, the chase center will hold 18,000 fans, about 1,000 fewer than oracle arena. it will feature 44 suites, 32 courtside lounges and 60 theater boxes. speaking of theater seating a little rearranging will allow the arena to seat 4,000 fans in a more intimate concert setting. >> when you arriver going to feel like you are coming to a concert or a cultural event much more than you feel like you are coming to a sporting events. >> reporter: obviously sports will take top billing with a team that won two out of the
last three nba titles. >> fans and players will be in close proximity. these seats will be in the upper bow. i'm standing over what will be the executive offices. the practice facility will be back there. and he says ticket holders seem willing to travel. >> results are early but something close to 90% of her existing season ticket holders who have had an opportunity to visit and choose their seats have chosen to become season ticket holders here. >> reporter: when the warriors are idle, the arena will be able to host 150 other events per year, shows, concerts, and family event. in san francisco, eric thomas, abc7 news. >> it looks spectacular night does. just in the knick of time. >> next, a look at just how close people came from a fiery explosion. fit hadn't been for the quick action of some police officers. and cpr training is no longer enough. coming up, what skills you
ton bridge in florida came crashing onto people below. the bridge was being built using relatively new accelerated construction techniques, which are under question now following this tragedy. >> we just learned that the lead engineer of the project called the department of transportation three days ago to report cracking at one end of the span. >> abc news reporter maggie rulli has the latest on the investigation and ongoing recovery efforts in florida. >> it's just -- it's unbelievable. >> reporter: a community still in shock after a bridge many to keep students safe comes crashing down. at least one student among the dead. >> someone has to be held accountable for this situation because this is complete three and utterly unacceptable. >> reporter: crews are now working on a mission of recovery. >> we have determined that there is no longer any survivors. that's why we transitioned into this recovery mode. >> reporter: and investigation. >> our entire purpose for being here is to find out what happened. >> reporter: the bridge went up just a knew days ago and was built in a matter of hours using
accelerated bridge construction, meaning it's built ahead of time, like this one on the side of the road and then moved into place all in a few hours. >> it could be a design flaw. i could be a flaw in the construction staging. it could be the actual construction materials or the equipment itself. there are so many thing you have to look at to come up with the final reason why. >> reporter: last night the city of sweetwater confirmed they conducted a stress test on the bridge thursday morning and florida senator marco rubio tweeted that the bridge collapsed after the engineering firm ordered to have the cables tightened. but today. >> we have not confirmed there was a stress test. >> reporter: the contractor and bridge architect pledged to fully cooperate with the investigation. the ntsb is investigating. and crews have brought in heavy machinery to start the process of picking up more than 1,000 tons of concrete. >> reporter: new at 6:00 a
southern california man was pulled from a mobile home fire just seconds before an explosion. as this is dash cam video from the incident in cypress outside anahe anaheim. neighbors tell police one man was taken out with burns but another man was still inside trying to douse the flames. two officers went in to get him. >> appreciation to how they work. and especially to the guy who pulled me out. >> yeah. fire fighters say oxygen tank inside the mobile home caused the explosion. alameda county is taking the lead when it comes to preparing people for the unthinkable. talking about a mass casualty disaster or an active shooter n. oakland today a highland hospital trauma nurse demonstrated how an ordinary person can stop the bleeding when someone has been seriously injured. abc7 news reporter laura anthony. >> the best way to do this is lie it like a sleeve or like pulling on a pant leg. >> reporter: with mass casualty
incidents fresh on the minds of many the alameda health system is willing to teach people, not just health professionals, techniques to stop the bleeding after someone has been seriously injured or shot. >> useful in day to day lives. >> reporter: this is a trauma nurse. >> the first and foremost thing is applying direct pressure. if you see a bleeding injury, you want to get some gauze, get a t-shirt, and apply direct you are were. another one is placing a tourniquet around an injured strem. >> reporter: the reality is when a bridge collapses or an active shooter is on the loose the damage is often inflicted in a matter of seconds. without the life saving techniques like these an injured person who bleed out in a matter of minutes, long before the first responders even arrive. as many as 35% of people who die before they get to a hospital do so because of massive blood loss. >> we want to empower these folks and give them not only the tools needed but the confidence to know that they are not going
to cause any harm. they are not going to get into any legal liability. we would urge them to protect themselves from blood borne pathogens, but ideally we want them to save another person's live by some very simple techniques. >> push it in there as much as possible. >> reporter: and it is a well trained citizen responder who can make that difference between life and death. in oakland, laura anthony, abc7 news. we have new developments for our riverside county couple whose children are were taken away because of tee morible living conditions. the couple have a new home thanks to a friend who helped raise $60,000. they were charged with three counts of child endangerment after their kids were found sleeping in an uncovered blood box. they say they are not abusive, just poor. they haven't seep their children for more than a month. >> it's horrible, really horrible. my dreams are to have this law changed so people are not so
easily wrenched from their living -- wherever they are living. and children wrenched from their parents. it's not right. >> this week a judge did grant them visitation rights. they will be back in court next month to try to win full custody. we are tracking breaking news in san jose. you are looking live at mineta san jose international airport. officials tell us the engine of an alaska airlines jet started smoking as the plane was pulling away from the game. we don't know where the plane was headed it's unclear how many people were on board the plane. officials say no one was injured and officials are trying to fix the situation right now. we will bring you more information as soon as we get it. rain will taper off tomorrow. but more storms will follow. spencer is up nebs to tell us what to expect
passero as she hit the high notes and talked about the judge she wanted to impress all night long. >> i'm he havy passero i'm 26 and i'm originally from modesto, california. good. yea. >> he havy passero it's so nice to see you. >> thank you, you as well. >> to me you already look like a star. i think we are at least 75% there. >> thank you so much. ♪ i find myself swimming in doubt ♪ >> how do you describe the i'm a mix between blah and blah. >> a mix of due wonny soul stuff and the blues of elle king. it's hard to explain but that's how i say it. i am ready for my wig to be flying. >> how nervous when you walked into the room and saw this year's judges. >> i was super nervous. lionel richie in particular, he is a legend and i grew up listening to his music.
my parents like his music. and i really hoped that i could impress him >> your look is telling me rock and roll but you come from a classical training background. you are an opera singer. >> i try to mix it up and do all sorts of different styles but i did, i studied opera for 12 years. >> can you give me an opera doubt. >> i honestly don't know if i can right now. i can try. ♪ >> thank you for giving us that nice opera note. >> oh, thank you. thank you for having me. i really appreciate it so much. >> we wish you luck. and you are obviously going to win. >> oh, yeah. thank you. >> good luck he havy. >> thank you, bye. >> was that a stunning high noted or what? he havy auditions this sunday. watch american idol here on abc7 on sunday and monday nights at 8:00 p.m. sky 7 is now over breaking news in san jose, mineta san
a high school students in san jose is about to have a piece of his hard work put into use on the international space. >> really cool. jonathan blume has more on the winner of a contest that asked young engineers to reach for the stars. >> reporter: it ib ma the most unusual wrench you have ever seen. its designer is happy. >> i won the competition. >> reporter: he is at valley christian school, he just learned his tool will be 3d printed aboard the international space. >> i hope they use it. i think it's functional enough they could. >> reporter: the contest asked teens to make one tool that does who things. >> the idea is how do you reduce volume and mass because in space everything is about saving every gram that you can, saving every space that you can. >> reporter: the tool combines a by directional rampet with a set
of metric wrenches and he started with the shape. >> i picked something up and observed how my fingers fell on to that subject. >> reporter: he spent days and weekend making one iteration of the tool after another. even after he found out he won he was still making changes to make sure it's perfect. >> we are proud of him. >> reporter: the head of future engineers said it's the first time there has been two contest winners. the other one is a holder for removable bits. the two could work together. >> what kid wouldn't be excited about doing something on board the international space. >> reporter: that's why valley christian has been entering this contest for four years. >> it spires them not just to get into space but other aspect of stem and science and technology. >> reporter: ansel has been trying to win the contest for years. along the way. >> i won 3d printers before, and a trip to washington, d.c.
>> he said could i get one for my garage, i could use this now in. >> reporter: in san jose, jonathan blume. >> very cool. onto the weather forecast for the weekend. >> spencer christian is here. >> the weather is cool also, in a different way, of course. here's a look at live doppler 7. it is getting chilly out there. we have little spots of widely scattered showers at the moment but there is still a chance more showers can develop. our storm ranks one on the storm impact scale. throughout tomorrow a chance of scattered showers and a possibility of small hail and isolated thunderstorms. snow levels will be below 3,000 feet. tomorrow look for high temperatures in the mid 50s. still a cool day. and we will see a few passing showers, perhaps. but there will be bright flashes of sunshine as well. tomorrow is the day of the st. patrick's day parade and the dole from 10 to 5:00. the parade begins at 11:30.
during that time there is a chance of passing showers. let's hope they don't fall on the parade. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. we will have two dry and milder days on sunday and monday. spring arrives on tuesday. it brings showers with it. a stronger storm on wednesday ranking 2 on the storm impact scale. tweet and windy on thursday as well. and showers coming on friday as well. enjoy the two day break. >> a fun time in sports, especially college hoops. >> i got st. patty's day mixed up. i wore green. >> i did, too. >> i love march madness. the warriors are trying to avoid an upset at oracle against the kings. kings. no steph, no
list. because kd has an incomplete rib cartilage fracture. out at least two weeks. we think it happened sunday against minnesota when he collided with karl-anthony towns. it has been bothering him since. hard to do anything with sore ribs, especially lift your arms for a shot. steve kerr is not in panic mode just yet. >> the timing of all this is going to work out hopefully where we will have two or three weeks to finish the year with everybody back and ready to go. you can't ever count on that. you don't know what's going to happen. but the nature of our injury situation right now is that it looks like we are going to have everyone healthy down the stretch. that's what we are hoping for. >> march madness, wichita state and marshal, marshal looking for their first ncaa win. elmore beats the shot clock buzzer, ties it at 65.
two minutes to go. marshal up four. c.j. burks with a steal and the slam. shockers get shocked by the thundering herd. another 13-4 upset. marshal knocks off wichita state 81an 75 for their first ncaa victo victory. on the women's side. cal hosted by virginia cavaliers. bears found out they would be without their leading scorer an hour before tip-off. bears led by eight early offer the turnover. thomas stops, pops for three of her 17. in the second half, virginia went on a 20-8 run. felicia had a team high 16. two of them right there with a hook. cal battled back. two minutes to go. smith two of her 20. three with a 1:10 to go.
the bears fall 68-62. vandever and stanford open up the tournament at home tomorrow ainst gonzaga. cardinal won 12 of their last 15 and hope the keep it rolling in the big dance. >> excited to see what we can do in this tournament and just our whole team i think has been working very hard and improving a lot. and we just -- we now we will have to play very well to have a deep run. >> tiger woods at the arnold palmer in bay hill where he has won eight times. two over through nine hills. he has to flop it. it stops 22 feet from the hole and he needs to hole that for a par. and the putt, look like tiger of old. right on line, perfect speed. and he got it. even on the day. 400 for the tournament. stenson and dechambeau lead going into the weekend.
crabtree wasn't out of work long. the ravens called and signed him to a three year deal worked $21 million. he spent three years with the raiders. the ten year veteran was with the niners when they lost tots ravens in super bowl 47. i new crabtree wouldn't be out of work long. glad to see he has another job. >> join us tonight atcal on could havi cable channel 13. >> coming up, a trump adviser is campaigning in california tonight. that's at 9:00. >> if you were looking for somebody to model your life after you can't do better than him. >> tonight friend are remembering the recent stanford law student graduate who gave his life in service to her down. and coming untonight. -- >> at 11:35 it's jimmy kimmel
live. tonight's guest are lionel richie andiara sha heedy. finally tonight a few thoughts about what really matters with a twist i think you will find powerful. in the weeks since 17 people were killed at stoneman douglas high school in florida young people are rising up in huge numbers around the gun demanding something real be done about gun violence. for whatever reason this mass shooting the lo shooting the latest in a long spring is the tipping point. we had a camera as students took a stand. watch now as we are reminded pictures are what matter. >> i followed san francisco high school students as they left class and took to the streets pleading for safety in schools. if you haven't spent time up
close with their generation you are missing out. they have found their voices. when they arrive at san francisco city hall the rain began falling really hard. the louder the weather got, the louder they got. we saw fists raised in the air, young fists a lot of fists. and a lot of hands forming the same peace symbol their grandparents raised. that generation worried about death from a nuclear war. these kids worry too, about an attack from within, from one of their own. i took photos of this girl because she had a range of expression. she said we keep putting this off and it keeps getting wore. she said it's bad. 'time to stop talking and do something. for her it meant getting soaked while holder her sign. one of many signs. they all told stories. when we protect guns mre than
we protect children we become an uncivilized society. give teachers raies not guns. fear has no place in our schools. enough violence, enough talk. where is the change? if you are not outraged you are not paying attention. am i next? a teenage girl has to ask if she's next? enough is enough. a kid that young is worried about that kind of stuff. they are saying this issue has taken away their peace of mind in what should be the best time of their lives. students should worry about aps, not ar-15s. that was written by catherine, a math teacher and a tutor. she told me no children should have to experience a lockdown drill that teaches them fear. arming math teachers, she says, as irrational as pie. then the sun came out flashing another sign. never again it read. these kids are only hope. then they marched away. this is their time, they shouted.