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a gun near haas school of business. officers took the suspect into custody. at this point this is an isolated incident. the campus is not in danger. we have more information we'll be back in two hours. the suspect currently being transported to highland hospital emergency room for treatment that. is all i have now. >> who shot him? who shot him? >> the suspect was shot by ucpd officers. >> why? do you know why? >> that is all... >> they told to us get down. everybody dropped. everybody once they left the room or whatever everybody just took off running. >> is this a student? >> i actually didn't see the guy. i was around the corner from where it happened. i didn't see who the guy was. >> did you hear shots? >> yeah. i heard them. >> how many? >> four five, six shots. >> and so there you can see police telling people to leave
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the building. again, everyone here was evacuated. police also told me students and faculty are not in any danger at the moment. meaning there is not a second person involved. again, as you heard him say this is an isolated incident. at this moment, we cannot confirm whether or not this has anything to do with the occupy cal movement and protests going on. the strike going on today. but as you heard before one man has been shot by a uc police officer. at 2:15 that call came in about a man with a gun but again, police have not confirmed if they have the gun with them. and the haas school of business was evacuated and police have allowed anyone to go back inside. >> thank you. and we've got leanne outside and a new reporter jonathan bloom standing by about to
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begin a news conference inside california hall. uc berkeley police along with the cal chancellor lor are moments away from conducting a news conference. and why this shooting took place. as soon as it begins actually all right. the news conference has just begun. let's go inside california hall with the chancellor and police chief are speaking. >> we're early and preliminary in the investigation stages of this. it's an event about an hour and a half into the investigation this, is preliminary information we have at the time. at about 2:17 we received a 911 call that there was a reported man with a gun in a backpack at the haas business school. our -- at 2:19 officer arrived at the haas business school and made contact with occupants in the haas business school and determined the individual was in a computer lab-type environment. when the officers made contact with the suspect or the
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individual he in fact did pull a firearm out of the backpack and displayed knit a threatening manner. officers feared for them selfs and individuals in the room. they fired or shot at the individual hitting him. the individual is was injured. and he was currently at highland hospital and he's being treated medically. >> i had a couple important details. one is that in this computer lab, besides the person with a gun there were four students. students were initially between the -- the man with the gun and -- and the police. so it appears if our student life might be at risk. secondly, we know that the four the police got the call what happened is that one of our staff this happened minutes after 2:00 got on an elevator and she pressed fifth
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floor button at haas. the person with the gun pressed third floor button. he looked at her and then apparently reached into his backpack pulled out an object the person thought might be a gun but didn't know. we know it was a gun. and put it back into his backpack and skipped it off and got off on the third floor. she was going to fifth floor. she immediately informed her boss. what she had just seen and was concerned about this. she and her boss then went down to the third floor to see if they can locate this person. in the computer lab. and called the police. that is -- that is between 2:16 2:17 time frame the chief of police just told us about. >> we don't know.
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we're clearly looking into this matter, there is nothing to suggest that that is the case. we just don't know at this time. >> nudging is suggested at this time? >> correct. >> did he threaten anyone with a gun? made contact with? >> that is what we're trying to determine at that time. we have a number of witnesses throughout this event we're interviewing at the moment z we'll be -- i don't know. >> so recapping if you joined us late here there was a shooting on cal campus one gunman shot by police. a 33-year-old man taken to highland hospital. it's unknown what his condition is. there aren't enough details at this point to know whether it's in connection with the occupy cal movement or not. we're trying to get things sorted out as are campus officials and police at this point. and we'll keep you updated going on tluts the newscast. >> and again that shooting happened as thousands of students were taking part in a
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one day strike. lots of reinforcements from oakland joined n here is a look at a couple hundred protestors marching down telegraph avenue now. and they're about a mile from the uc campus. at noon students marched in solidarity with occupy cal movement. many held teachouts conducting classes outside and discussing the movement. and there are no reports of problems from this protest. this action in response to a confrontation between police and occupy cal protestors trying to set up an encampment. the university prohibits tents there. >> over 100 college students held railly against tuition increases today. students entered around 1:00 and refused to leave accusing
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executives of fattening their salaries. this followed activities including a walk out as well as a march amp campus students signed petitions against a proposed 9% increase for the next school year. >> this you're our tuition enter up two weeks before school started. this year three presidents of california university got raises of $103,000. >> a spokesperson for a chancellor says current csu presidents have not seen a pay increase since 2007 but acknowledged newly hired san diego state president is making $100,000 more than his predecessor. >> and we're monitoring developments at uc berkry inside cloouding a shooting outside of the haas school of business. as you can see there is a martinning and heading towards the plaza we're being told
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there is no connection between the occupy march and movement and the shooting that took place as a police officer shot a 33-year-old man who is now hospitalized. >> you can see and many of them were joined by occupy oakland protestors. and that is where our laura anthony is live for us tonight. laura? >> those are about the only demonstraters we've seen today. they did gather here at frank ogowa plaza at 14th and broadway after 2:30 headed down towards berkeley given a police escort. some locals appear to be happy the plaza is free of tents. pigeons reclaimed frank ogowa plaza as their own, one day after an army of police moved in and cleared out 150 tents and hundreds of campers the space is open again.
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what used to be the lawn is hardly fit for humans. >> what do you think about this? >> i'd take it. they should have let people stay down there. it was a peaceful thing. >> tent city at snow park is growing. and from about 30 tents yesterday to 60 today. police planned to move in there today too. so far demonstrators seem unmoved for them to leave. >> and we're standing our ground just like if the police would raid like before, you've seen a couple friends of mine having a hard time. we stand our ground. we don't budth. >> i think this blame game of pointing fingers at each other is not helping our city. >> this city council member believes it's time for oakland to move past encampments without abandoning occupy wall street movement. >> i think this movement is going continue because it hit a core in the country. and i think it wilma tour.
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this needs leaders. >> the chamber of commerce president says now oakland can get on with the business of generating business. >> to get back on track. take a buddy to lunch. go buy something get back into the pattern of doing what we used to do. >> and as for plaza here there are about a dozen police officers in the area making sure no one pitches a tent. there is also a loen demonstrateor who did spend the night here in a tree. we've seen police talking with him, so far there has been no attempt to remove him. >> and how to deal with campers this is an issue officials are wrestling with. and in new york they've just been allowed back into the mark since police chiefed it
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out overnight. hundreds into n.riot gear raided a camp before dawn conducting hundreds and demolishing their tent city. about 200 people were arrested. and the city says it had become unsanitary and unsafe. >> protestors had two months to occupy the park with tents and sleeping bags. now, they will have to occupy the space with the power of their arguments. >> a judge's ruling this afternoon upheld a decision not to allow camping in that park. hundreds are lined up to get through a check point into the park. and protestors say they're deciding what the next course of action will be. >> beautiful day out there today. >> this is a lovely start. there is a mild day coming our way. this evening mainly clear skies. and there will be patches of fog developing late but mainly clear skies and there are
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temperatures from mid-60s. and just as the sun is rising we'll see mainly sunny skies and there is some patches of fog. and into afternoon another sunny, mild day. highs upper 50s near the coast and mid and inching towards upper 60s around the bay. big changes at week's end. more on that later. >> still ahead research points to a possible connection between birth control pills and prostate cancer in men. >> and there is a racy problem convincing some facebook users to get rid of their accounts. emily chang will have
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checking healthy living news new research about good cholesterol and a possible way to get more of it. researchers at cleveland clinic found a drug reduced bad cholesterol by 36% and woofted good cholesterol by nearly 130%. researchers say there were no significant side affects. it's one of only a few drugs shown to increase good cholesterol. pemplts say that good cholesterol helps scour bad cholesterol from where it doesn't belong in our body autos research suggests the popularity of birth control pills could be linked to a rise in prostate cancer in men. many believe women who use the pill are inadd ver tently releasing estrogen into the water supply need known to feed the growth of certain cancers. researchers looked at data and found a significant association between the rate of birth control use and the number of new cases of prostate cancer. experts caution though, that
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these findings are only preliminary. >> and businesses now insiders getting ready to sell billions of shares and apple has a new chairman of the board. let's go to emily chang with today's after the bell report. hi emily. >> aprilem has chosen its new chairman in the wake of steve jobs death. the company says arthur levison will move into the role. disney ceo bob iger will join the board. jobs and iger were very close friends and jobs served on the did it dis any board for the last five years of his life. shares of linked n fell as insiders prepare to sell millions of chair shares. employees of the network and early investors can sell. linked in says there is at
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gray lock. and bean capitol is dumping it's entire holding. and linked n is going to sell additional shares doubling its original float in the ipo. shifting gears let's get a recap of the markets today u.s. stocks closing higher thanks to optimism italy's new government will battle the debt crisis and thanks to better than expected retail sales at home. your bloomberg silicon valley inzechl up almost 2% thanks to a jump in shares of hewlett-packard and facebook is battling a spam attack consisting of spam attacks of hard core pornography. facebook says it limited damage but it threatens to alienate some of the active users. and finally here is an
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interesting fact to leave you w average 11-year-old child has adult skills whit comes to technology. according to the firm avg preteens can perform any task an adult can when it comes to surfing a web getting a gadget to work and solving complex computer issues and are mature when it comes to social media. by the time they learn 11 53% of them are on social networks and probably use them better than i do, all right? in san francisco i'm emily chang with bloomberg west. larry, back to you its hard to believe it's mid-november. this is so beautiful out there. >> if we can order it we'll take more. >> you can order it but i may not be able to deliver it. and this is a live look and there is blue skies and thin
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high clouds z there is another beautiful mid-november day. there is probably one more maybe one and a half this afternoon. sunny skies, and from coast to bay, to inland and mild temperatures right now. 70 70? 67 in santa rosa and 66 in los gatos. and so we've got 60s around the bay. 57 at half moon bay. it's mild temperatures going to hold there until sun goes down. mostly clear skies tonight. patchy valley fog cold weather jelting in and will probably stay with us throughout the weekend. and overnight looking for low temperatures to drop into upper 30s and parts of the north bay. and here is what's happening into the atmosphere high pressure holding on to bring us one more mild day tomorrow and perhaps a mild start on
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thursday. and there are thing goesing to change. there is a pool of cold air dropping down from northwest. showers and so we'll start at 7:00 and notice all active weather stays north and west. and by early thursday there is that cold front approaching and perhaps triggering a light shower or two. into overnight thursday into friday we'll see more showers and organized activity and snow into higher elevations because of cold air with that system. so it's going to feel winter like. look for tomorrow another spring like november day. high temperatures into 60s low 60s around the bay. and there is 58 on the coast in half moon bay. and we'll see highs into low 60s near the bay z mid-60s inland. here is the accu-weather forecast. there is rain coming in friday. and cold air cooler air lasts
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with a chance of rain. and the weekend looks wet and unsettled and twihards have hundreds of twilight fans had dreams come true last night. this is a world premier of breaking down part i. and they stunned fans with autographs and pike tours it builds us up. we feed off of their energy. it gets us more excited to show the movie to everyone. they're our motivation. >> it's a shared energy and feels good with a director or actor or writer and with this many people have you to acknowledge it's never going to happen again. it's the coolest thing ever. >> my hand muscles are so strong now. i can sign my name
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a million times in a row. it doesn't make a difference it opens this friday. >> and on "dancing with the stars" tonight one more elimination before next week's finals. catch it tonight at 9:00 on abc. i'm chris bailish in los angeles. >> and still ahead this afternoon, a security risk you need to know about before going online. >> and that is useful in quizzing yourself and realizing i'm not that hungry. >> one food writer new rules to help you eat right. we'll have one tip he says keeps him from overeating. >> and there is an unusual crime taking place in the south bay where children are. . .
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a unit revealed it helped foil an attack on britain's royal wedding. the was a massive internet event. official site received 15 million hits that day 2000 hits per second during the wedding. british officials say a 16-year-old was detained for allegedly encouraging torjz take down the site. a teenager is out on bail and has yet to be charged. >> if you're using wi-fi, you can be giving hackers access to your accounts. experts say hackers have been
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able to set up fake networks and people connect to accounts thinking they're the real thing allowing hackers to track and report everything they do on the web while connected. >> will grab their banking information, if they go facebook it will grab that twitter cats love qlerts i can grab that. >> experts say be sure to find out who the real provider is and only use that. you should change your pass words regularly and use different pass words for different accounts. >> that is scary. many people do they're going to go for the free account. >> yes. >> and still ahead an update on this afternoon's shooting at uc berkeley graduate school of business. >> ask a first at occupy san francisco demonstration. >> one senator looking into charges in the penn state sex abuse scandal. >> and looking west, there is beautiful skies skies going to look different by week's
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end. i'll have a changing forecast coming up.
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updating our top story. officials say there is no connection between a shooting on uc berkeley campus and today's general strike. >> the haas school of business is under lock down after police shot a 33-year-old man they say was waving a gun at them in a threatening manager.
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a woman first saw the man pull the gun out of his pack back and called police. >> classes were cancelled and police shot the man inside of a third floor computer lab. >> there is students that were initially between the men with the gun and the police so this appears our students lives would be at risk. >> and ou fishls say this was ab isolated incident. >> and now this is all happening just as occupy oakland protestors have marched to cal to support demonstrators there. alan wong joins us live with the latest. alan? >> after last week's clash officials laid down the law and said no tents no open fires and no overnight camping. they didn't say anything about
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challenges or peean yoz like the one you can see here. or book shelves a wagon wheel. if you look down there they've been building a giant pink t-rex. so needless to say it's been confusing for police here. and there are officials examining this gallery. they told police this is okay. you've seen about 20 police officers milling around. te don't have riot gear on now. that could change however when 100 protestor arrived here in the next few minutes and left the plaza earlier this afternoon with intentions to help reestablish a camp here and to add to the drama we've learned robert wright is going to present an award
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tonight. they thought it was timely for this together tonight. we'll see what happens and for now, i'm alan wong on the uc berkeley campus,. >> and breaking news on another bay area college campus tonight. students upset over who what could be yet another tuition increase are occupying a building now. >> and there is vic lee with the story. >> the sit in is still going on at the lobby behind me. it started at about 1:30 this afternoon. students gathered at the plaza and signed letters and petitions asking the csu board not to raise tuition again. and some 200 students chanted and gave speeches and trustees are holding a meeting tomorrow at long beach to vote on a
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budget for 2012 2013 academic year including a 9% tuition hike. and there are students say they want trusties to freeze their tuition now. protestors have not decide wld to stay after doors closed. and administration tells me however tonight they'll leave doors open until 11:00 when night classes close. this is a peaceful rally and that has been it. about 100 students left in the lobby at one time there were 200. so a peaceful rally here they don't know whether they'll spend the night there. is no police presence. that is the latest from san francisco state, vic lee abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> and san francisco mayor ed
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lee toured the occupy sf site today, first time he's visited since tents went up there. several police officers escorted lee as he walked around the south end of the plaza. the mayor supposed to meet against with some demonstrators tomorrow. and there are protestors told it will be used for holiday events. they're tl is still plenty of uncertainty though. >> we're prepared for police to come in tear it down and come right back. >> occupy protestors were notified again saturday, by the city and their encampment is illegal. >> the child sex abuse scandal at peb penn state raised questions about who who knew what and what captured attention of senator bob casey asking for a hearing into how federal laws may apply in this baigs and whether current laws
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protect children. former penn state assistant football coach is charged with abusing -- eight children and the the university president and joe paterno were fired last week for not reporting what they knew to authorities. >> a bay area city has been named most educated in the stay. >> 20 seconds to establish trust. characteristics shared by trusty -- trust worthy people ahead. >> if a green light can go you can go. >> and you can expect to depart and arrive on time major airports indicating on time arriveals and departures. and there were delays earlier and there are plumes moving eastward. i'll give you a look at schedule add rival of some rainy weather here in the bay area later as abc 7 news at 4:00 continues.
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increased empathy in mum humans. pemplts suggest humans are wired to recognize stranger who's may help them m a tough situation. >> palo alto has a new distinction home to the most-educated residents in california. and there is more on this story. >> carolyn an amazing and impressive 79.7% of the residents, maybe the influence of neighbors or draw of a public school system known for it's high test scores. it's a city known for expensive homes. a wide selection of shops and restaurants. and now it's 63,000 residents are the most-educated in california. gary rubble is one of them retired from hp. his father was principal of palo alto high school. he says there are two sides. >> the positive is that there
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are great ideas flowing. okay? negative is, i think in palo alto everybody thinks they're right because they have these great ideas and they're so educated. >> they don't have to impress people with intelligent conversation. >> what do they talk about in the chair? >> people talking about sports. >> palo alto apparently was a smart place to live before becoming a place with smart residents, mary murphy lived here in 1958. >> we didn't know at that time. we just came over because we thought we'd see what it's like. >> palo alto isn't an island of highly educated residents. four other cities rank high los altos is second saratoga third, cupertino third and menlo park 10th mpblg. it doesn't mean residents with less education are marginalized. homeless people are welcomed to dress the city council to
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express opinions and members of the street team say great things about rez deents how do you get treated in palo alto? >> i think pretty we'll people appreciate what you do? >>y what makes them so smart? >> it's not something in the water? >> no. no. we're on hetch hetchy water like everybody else. >> and interesting point. the number of intelligent people actually rises during weekdays because of the nonresidents coming into town to work at places such as hp facebook and other company autos and you've got a four-year degree you're good. >> allowed to shop there perhaps? >> up next musical fusion. and what that sounds like next. >> and later everyone in dma da could be soon paying with plastic. even if they don't use credit cards.
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the state capitol kmats tree arrives today. the official lighting takes place on december 7 but decorating will begin soon.
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children and adults with developmental disabilities will hang around 900 ornaments between now and then. it was donated to the state and cost taxpayers nudging. >> and a quartet of jazz musicians will combine tonight on stage. and we're getting a preview now. and there is a match made in san francisco. >> there is roger glenn on five this, is their new cd. there is a string quartet that crosses into jazz tango and pop. these are the cds that have been nominated for grammys. two styles together on the stage. there is reverences in some
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tunes they do and one of the ones we're clob braiting on is "od to joy "and "avalon". >> his father is a jazz legend. and played with big names like louie armstrong. >> i woke up, there is louie stretched out on the couch. >> mutsic was an early influence in his life. >> as baby in the crib my father used to roll the vibe next to the krib. i remember that in, the crib. >> so he had to play. >> and music is the creative expression for these two. and they dispute those who say jazz is dying. it just keeps reinventing itself. >> it's becoming part of a new music. >> and there are jazz
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elements. >> there is musical exploration to a new generation ask a wealth of experience. >> this is about the moment. it's what we create in the moment. >> in san francisco abc 7 news. >> and still head this afternoon tips food righter -- writer uses to keep him from eating when not hung rye we've seen commercials. celebrities say they use pro active and love it but is it worth your money? how it measures up against two more affordable acne fighters is next. >> and fighting back against big insurance one premium raised to $18,000 a year and goes up, again in the same year.
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hopefully you're sitting on your couch watching us and not stuck in this. this is the skyway that is just clogged up in both directions heading south ward whether and moving on americans spend almost $4 million a year on over the counter okay knee treatments. and 7 on your side is here now with whether these over the counter products are worth money. >> pro active has been around a while. >> yes. it's high profile. >> yes. and star appeal aside, is it the best choice? consumer reports tested several treatments to see if they deliver clear results. >> that is why you proactive. there is no way i'm going to let zits get in my way. >> he is not the only young celebrity pushing proactive.
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>> take action be pro active. >> consumer reports tested pro active with two other treatments. they contain one of the best over the counter options for most people. and proactive costs around $40 for go two months. acne free also a three step treatment goes for half brks $20. oxy maximum costs around $5 for two months. >> there more than 80 volunteers use one twice a day eight weeks. >> medical professional document the skin condition throughout the testing and results? you might call them a wash. >> as far as acne reduction there was no difference between any of the products. >> none saw acne wiped out
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completely. most did have fewer blemishes. proactive isn't simple. if you order online a month you're automatically billed for three months at almost $60 but $7.99 for shipping and handling and will keep getting billed until you cancel. consumer reports says try oxy maximum and save yourselves money. proactive tells us a quote it's designed to treat and prevent acne when used regularly. as a leader in acne care we're pleased consumer reports covered over the counter treatments and prevention of ak neechl the company says the client can cancel at any time. >> thank you. >> and there is a last check of the forecast now. >> if you enjoy weather and yesterday's weather, you'll probably like tomorrow's
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weather. there is another sunny mild day coming your way. and as a matter of fact state wide tomorrow, we're looking at mild and sunny conditions with possibly exception of eureka. there could be light rainfall. there is highs into mid-60s. and there is 70 in palm springs. let's talk about weather here in the bay area in south bay sunny skies highs into mid-60s there. there is cupertino campbell. on the peninsula, low to mid-60s z there is 63 palo alto and mountain view. upper 50s in pacifica. downtown san francisco tomorrow cool to mild. there is a high of 60 degrees north bay milder than around the bay ear -- here 65 in
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santa rosa. there is highs into low 60s tomorrow. but a pleasant day. 60 in berkeley. 63 in fremont and castro valley. and inland east bay mid-60s narrow range there. two degree spread. 64 degrees in locations up to about 65 in antioch and livermore and there is highs of 59 in monterey. and mid-60s inland in morgan hill. >> thank you spencer. >> a landslide closing a scenic drive in san peed dro is getting worse. there are several cracks along paseo dell mar. they're putting up a fence to keep people away from unstable area including beach access and a nature preserve.
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>> there is evidence this afternoon what's happening with u.s. economy is actually affecting illegal immigrations. >> and paper found officers arrested just over 300 people during that period its a huge deep from peak 10 years ago. agents reported 1.6 million arrests. officials believe america's high unemployment is part of the reason fewer people are crossing the border illegally. >> in canada if you say you only have plastic in your wallet that can mean carn too there. is a plastic $100 bills. the flexible bills include hidden numbers and portraits designed to make it tough to counter knit. they hope to turn night plastic by 2013. >> a renowned uc berkeley professor has come out with new food rules. >> there is michael pollen about his book.
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first edition in 2010 troin dused this wisdom. eat food not too much. mostly bland. need a book to put that out? new version includes similar advice from reader autos someone sent in this wonderful rule. if you're not hungry enough to eat an apple you're not really hungry. >> some of his other food rules include stay waig from fast food restaurant playground not eating breakfast cereal that changes color of mic and keep prog ducts with labels off the dinner table. >> be sure to exercise, too. >> i think key is just how much. >> i think so. >> and thanks for joining us at 4:00. >> you can keep track on twitter and talk about it at facebook.com. >> news at 5:00 continues
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right now with dan ashley and cheryl jenning autos police shoot a man with a gun inside of the business school at uc berkeley. we're live. >> and here tonight one city's bright idea to fight crime. >> and the bold crime targeting children with jewelry in south bay schools. >> good evening, i'm cheryl jennings. >> i'm dan ashley. a man pulled out a gun from his backpack was shot today. >> sky 7 captured the scene outside of the haas school of business. and we now have more. leanne? >> well cheryl police are being allowed to go back inside of the building. but this is just to retrieve their belongings. police are still interviewing witnesses at this hour. let me tell you what happened here. there are police receiving a call with a man with a gun.
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they tracked him down asking him to put up his hands and the officer shot him. police are saying that this is isolated incident. we heard from the class lor just a short time ago. >> what happened is that one of our staff got on an elevator and press aid fifth floor button. the person with a gun pressed third floor but yn. he looked at her and reached into his backpack pulled out on object this person thought might be a gun but didn't know for certain. we know waits a gun. and then got off on the third floor. >> and you can see there from sky 7 the school was evacuated. people were running out of the building and i should tell you
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