let's get some breakfast. you drive. i traded the car for the tattoo. >>> you know, it's really shocking. >> caltrain riders in shock after two men are hit by a train, one did not survive. a second is injured, the question tonight, how did it happen. i'm dan ashley. >> a caltrain accident happened at the santa clara station not far from santa clara university. lilian kim is there now with more on this developing story for us.lillian? >> both men had been on the platform, so it's unclear how and why they ended up on the railroad tracks. the train that hit them was an express train that was not scheduled to stop here, it was traveling upwards of 50 miles per hour. this is how fast the train was going before it hit two men at the santa clara station. one man died from the impact, the other is being treated for multiple fractures to his legs. dave ashley was on the platform at the time waiting for his train. >> the train came by, there was something of an unusual sound. you hear it, you go, oh. >> the circumstances of this incident are unusual, because it involves two people. >> usually 90% of them are suicides, usually they're only involving one person. this appears to be something that will require further investigation. >> investigators will look at video from cameras mounted on the train, and they hope to interview the surviving victim. the passengers dealt with the delays as best they could. buses were brought in to transport people from stations nearby. >> by the time we got to sunnyvale it started to slow down, and the guy -- i asked the conductor, he said, yeah, there's been a fatality on the tracks. >> the station reopened a few hours later, while the scene is now clear, the investigation into what happened is just beginning. in santa clara, lilian kim abc 7 news. >> there is a manhunt underway in philadelphia after a college campus shooting. the students at widener university was shot while sitting in his car at the athletic center this evening. the student managed to dial 911. he's being treated at the hospital right now. police are reviewing surveillance video to help track down the shooter. students have been told to stay indoors until 6:00 a.m. >>> eight months after the abc 7 news i team uncover ed untested rape kits -- this i team follow-up. >> rape victim heather marlowe met her attacker at the 2010 beta breakers race, she contacted police, went through a four hour long sexual assault exam. yet the dna sample that may have identified her attacker went untested for years. this past friday she filed a complain the with the san francisco police commission. >> the evidence is just sitting unprocessed because apparently in san francisco you know the crime of rape is not considered that serious. >> after our report, the sfpd promised a complete audit of the property rooms looking for untestedkits. despite repeated promises that the audit was almost done, it's still not finished. >> having it been so mishandled is -- a complete and utter lack of care and respect. >> in the case of heather, she didn't know right away, she didn't know for the longest time that her kit was not tested. >> the i team interview with heather marlowe, got the attention of nancy skinner from berkeley. she's scheduled to announce assembly bill 1517. law enforcement would have five days to send dna evidence from a rape kit to a crime lab. the lab would have 30 days to upload the dna to a state database. skinner tells the i team tonight it's all about catching criminals. the sad thing is, the vast majority of rapes and sexual assaults are by someone that's known to you. but if in a person did that, they -- it's not unique to you. they could very well be doing that to somebody else. >> the i team investigation in may found thousands of untested rape kits that law enforcement agencies around the bay. and now rape survivor heather marlowe sees the new bill as a relief. >> i think it would result in a lot of criminals being prosecuted and further the safety of our city. >> a bill to test all rape kits actually passed three other times, governor schwarzenegger and brown vetoed them based largely on cost. skinner hopes with the economy improving, brown will sign it this time. for the i team, dan noise abc 7 news. >> a fisherman was swept into the ocean today while trying to retrieve his ice chest. he was fishing on the beach around noon. a wave hit his cooler and pulled it into the water, he tried to grab it, but he too was pulled in. rescue crews responding to the search. the fisherman's body was found 45 minutes later, about 600 yards out from where he went in. >>> the impact of our unseasonably dry weather is being felt throughout california. so far this season, the bay area has received 11 to 22% of its normal rainfall while tahoe's snow pack is 16% of normal. and a lack of snow is not just hurting the sierra, but all those who rely on ski seasons for their livelihoods. john? >> the mlk holiday would normally be a banner time for the ski world, it's so bad, that one local ski shop owner told us even if a record snowfall hit in the coming months, the damage is already done and it would be impossible to fully recover. >> the california ski company in berkeley would be bustling with customers renting skis or getting fitted for boots. this is the third year in a row that's been rough. >> slow, slow, slow right now. we were fine until the middle of december, and i think people sort of lost hope. >> that's not how the season started with an early monster storm that pounded the sierras in late october. >> expectations couldn't have been higher. >> everybody is stoked. there's a lot of electricity in the air with all the snow. >> fast forward three months and business is down 40%. employee hours have been cut. >> yesterday would have been, it looked like a frat party, and i let everybody but two people go home to watch the game. >> die hards are still getting equipment to ski in wyoming and utah as well as on the man made snow in the sierra. this is what it looked like today from lake tahoe tv. dominick and amanda pearson just returned from alpine meadows. >> 70% of the lifts were closed and 50% of the runs were closed. it was a fun weekend. but it just needs to snow. >> there's a lot more rocks and trees sticking through than i thought originally that i was going to find. it was still fun. it was good conditions, i think they're probably hurting up there. >> and struggling down here. in berkeley, john alston abc 7 news. >> our lack of rain has prompted a rare winter burn ban. people in sonoma, lake counties cannot burn debris or vegetation. the ban will remain in effect until we get rain. >>> local travelers will soon feel the effects of a big storm bearing down on the northeast right now, the word cancelled started appearing on monitors throughout sfo this evening. airlines have grounded 1700 flights nationwide for tomorrow. that includes nights between sfo and major east coast airports like new york's john f. kennedy, newark liberty, philadelphia and washington dulles as well. spencer christian is tracking that east coast storm on live doppler 7 hd. spencer? >> let's start with a look at the conditions right now, in parts of the upper midwest, you can see earnings of snow in chicago and moving over toward detroit and cleveland. and this big storm is moving toward the northeast. so let's focus in on the chicago area right now, where there's quite a bit of snow widespread. this is the low pressure system triggering the snow in parts of the mississippi valley and the ohio valley. it's going to take this path over the next 12 hours or so, move off the mid-atlantic coast by tomorrow, dumping up to 6 inches of snow in washington, d.c., and possibly as much as 10 inches of snow in and around new york city. while we're experiencing record warmth and severe drought here in the bay area, the northeast is having winter as usual. i'll give you a look at what's happening here, and when we might expect rainfall later. >>> new details tonight on seahawks cornerback richard sherman's rant against 49ers receiver michael crabtree. sherman has now apologized for this. >> you pin me with a star receiver like crabtree, that's the result you're going to get. >> he went on a rant after he e deflected a pass from crabtree in the waning seconds of the game. he said, i apologize for attacking an individual and taking the attention away from my teammates. just a few blocks from the seahawks stadium, a fan wearing niners colors was taken to the hospital after a fight. some of the people involved in that fight were wearing seahawks gear. there were also shots fired in the area, police did not find anyone hit by a bullet. >>> just ahead, the new face of terror. a woman bent on revenge for the death of her husband. what we're learning about the woman behind a terror threat at the winter olympics, and how a young figure skater says she's dealing with it. >>> hackers aren't just targeting computers any more, why cyber criminals could be focusing on your kitchen. >>> and that super popular slim wear makes your body look better, but make us feel worse. a warning from doctors tonight. >>> and then coming up on jimmy kimmel. >> here's a sample of what we have in store for tonight. ♪ >> juan pablo, do you think i will make a good the bachelor? hello? >> yeah. >> what do you think, you think you could be a good the bachelor? >> i ask the questions. >>> a frantic search tonight in russia, a woman feared as the black widow suicide bomber may already be inside the ring of security surrounding the olym c olympics. hotel employees have told abc news they've received wanted posters of this woman. she's believed to be a 22-year-old from dagestan. her husband died during a shootout with russian forces last year. the military has plans to evacuate americans if needed. >>> this year's u.s. olympic team includes a 15-year-old figure skater from san jose. she plans to leave soon for russia, and she told abc 7 news today that worries about security will not distract her from her quest for the gold. >> we're all just really excited and we're not going to get too concerned about anything that's -- any other things that are going on, we're just excited to go there and experience the olympic feeling of being participants. >> and we're pulling for polina. she adds the sochi games are extra special for her because her mother is from russia and still has a big family there. >>> a mother who suffered from gun violence in the last week will receive support from another mother. the boys mother told us she just buried her youngest son on thursd thursday. >> he identified his brother, because i couldn't go up in there. i don't have the courage to identify my baby, somebody else has to go, because i have to remember them exactly the way they were. >> lauren taylor knows what she's going through. she lost her 22-year-old twin sons in a shooting february 2000. after their deaths, she started a nonprofit called 1,000 mothers to prevent violence. the group helps mothers and families cope with the sudden loss of a child. >> let them talk it out, scream it out, cry it out. try to find out what is the it you need that's going to get you to the next step. >> lori plans to meet with the mother tomorrow. >> the marlton luther king junior freedom train will roll again next year. this year's train almost never left san jose because of dwindling ticket sales. it rolled this morning after enough tickets were sold to pay caltrain to charter. the 30-year-old tradition symbolizes the 54 mile martha dr. king led from selma to montgomery alabama in 1965. >>> canned ham isn't the only spam you can find inside refrigerators. this marks the first time spamming has been traced to a noncomputer device, such as a tv, media player or appliance. >>> the super popular slim wear that helps shape your figure, the undergarments compress your body so tightly, it can worsen acid reflux and heartburn. it affects your die jektive track and can lead to irritable bowel system. make sure shape wear is not too tight and try not to wear it too often. >>> how do you feel about this fashion trend. leggings have already appeared on male models. meggings are sold nationwide online. this is the company's website you're looking at. a pair starts at about $30. >> the silver pair. >> rain is my favorite color. >>> here's live doppler 7. we had fog near the coast for most of the day. it seems to be pulling away now, skies mainly clear around the bay area, and visibility which had been down to only a quarter mile is now a half mile, still pretty low. meanwhile, we have great visibility. let me remind you today was our eighth consecutive day of record high temperatures around the bay area, 69 in san francisco, actually tied the existing record for this date in san francisco, but 68, 72 at mountain view, all new record highs for this date in those locations. and on we go with the warmth. here's a live view from our camera, looking at emeriville. temperature readings right now in san francisco, mid-40s in oakland,50 san jose, a chilly 39 in half moon bay. here's another live view from our towercam. moving even as we speak, temperature readings in other locations, 38 right now, santa rosa, napa 36. fairfield 41. concord and livermore, one final live view from our south beach am ka rah, looking along the bay bridge, these are forecast features, a little bit of it, mainly sunny tomorrow afternoon, there's no rain in sight for the next ten days. we'll set up our forecast animation at 10:00 tonight. the fog will be swept away early tomorrow morning by a flow of dry mild air from land to sea and offshore flow which will bring us another sunny and mild day tomorrow. we have that big blocking ridge we've been showing you for the last week. high pressure deflecting the jet stream down north. we'll start our 10-day animation. by that point in the month, we may see some trace amounts of rain in some locations, no measurable rain is expected here for at least the next ten days. overnight tonight it will be clear and chilly with lows in the upper 20s. mid-30s in the east bay, mid-40s around the bay and coast. tomorrow, mainly sunny with a few high clouds. mild with high temperatures ranging from upper 60s at the coast and upper 60s to low 70s inland and at the bay. mild weather just continues and so does the dry weather. all the way through the weekend and into early next week, high temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70 inland near the bay. mid-60s along the coast will get a gradual and minor cooldown by the end of next week. no hint of rain accompanying that cooldown. >> thanks. >>> warriors in action tonight. >> larry beihl is here now. >> the best team in the league came calling on golden state. could steph cur >>> good measuring stick for the warriors tonight, hosting the team with the best record in the nba, indiana 32-7 coming in, warriors are good, they're not there yet. warriors beginning a five-game home stand in the bay area. all pacers early on. 14 for stevenson, and paul george for three of his 23. paul -- be aware of a man with two first names, i say. the warriors were down by 13 at the half. golden state down by as many as 20. david lee leading the com become for the right hander, 20-12 for lee. steph curry starting to heat up. 24 points, it's an 8 point game to the fourth quarter, klay thompson with the triple. george hill ices it, with a three of his own, pacers very good team. warriors lose 102-94. sharks and flames, in the tank, joe pavelski's hat trick. first period, pavelski on the tip-in here, his tenth goal in the last ten games to tie it at one. then in the second, it's pavelski driving the net and tips the joe thornton pass in on the redirect. his 27th on the year for little joe sharks. victorious 3-2. >>> a day after the agonizing loss to seattle. can they keep this team in tact going-forward, knowing colin kaepernick is one more year under contract, he has a huge deal coming down the road. the immediate focus, though, on anquan boldin, huge factor in the niner's success this year, had over 1,000 receiving yards. $6 million this past year, on defense, safety, donte whitner will also become a free agent. he had 73 tackles. >> sometimes players don't fit into what you want to do salary capwise. i'm not saying that's the case here, hopefully we can get something done and work something out. we'll see. >> and then there are the injury concerns, when will navarro bowman be back? he suffered a torn acl and mcl, you have to figure about nine months minimum to heal, he's likely to miss part of the season. michael likely has a broken fibula. >>> women's college hoops tonight, stanford and cal sweeping the arizona schools. brittany boyd for the cal bears. abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> hard hitting ferocious game. thanks very much. >>> just when you thought you heard of every flavor of j >>> here's a look at our wakeup weather. wide range of temperatures. sun will rise at 7:21. by 8:00 a.m., it will be a little less cold. dan and carolyn? >> thanks very much. >>> if you've ever snacked on jelly beans, you know they come in every flavor imaginable. >> and i like most of them. >> now jelly belly is tapping into a whole new market. they're now selling draft beer flavored jelly beans. >> it took three years to come up with this flavor. they're supposed to taste like a german beer, but, of course, they contain no alcohol. >> really? >> i think we can pass on that. >>> next on jimmy kimmel, l.l. cool j. thanks for joining us.