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today is sunday april 28. i'm chris nguyen. here is lisa argen tracking live doppler 7. >> short term our trend continues. marine layer 2,000 feet deep and onshore winds quite generous. fog in livermoe and santa rosa and otherwise we're looking at the clouds to peel back but that low spinning just west of san diego enough to keep the temperatures on the cool side. we're not going to look at any heat today. 51 for you in san ramon andnovat
throughout the day mostly70land pleasant away from the bay where numbers climb through the 70s and upper 60s, but it's at the coast that you'll see the cool weather and just limited sunshine. so, temperatures still above average in some neighborhoods. we'll take a look at that in detail in just a few minutes. chris? >> thank you. developing news. a suspect is in custody after a shooting at a san diego synagogue that left one person dead and three others wounded. among those hurt a rabbi and young girl. ♪ >> reporter: community members joining together for a candlelight vigil. a show of unity hours after a deadly shooting inside the chabad of poway. >> on a religious day today the end of passover which is a very religious day and totally
targeted. i don't get it. it's very upsetting. >> reporter: family and other worshippers were attending a last day of passover celebration when authorities say the 19-year-old suspect identified as john earnestentered around 11:30 with an ar-type rifle. >> started shooting. >> hear about six or seven gunshots and a pause and i heard a male voice yelling and then i heard about another six or seven shots. >> reporter: a girl and a 34-year-old man were hospitalized with injuries caused by shrapnel. the synagogue's rabbi 57-year-old yisroel goldsteingo was wounded during the attack. he tried to calm the >> he is a very strong person and built this community since the early '80s. >> reporter: the suspect fled, but a short time later called
police and told them the was involved in a shooting at a synagogue. earnest pulled over and surrendered. >> a san diego resident and had no prior arrest record. we are in the process of reviewing to determine its authenticity. >> reporter: authorities are going over an open letter return by earnest and his posts on social media as they investigate the attack. >> it was hate in its purest form. hate can come knocking on anybody's door. but in this community, we answer it with love and coming together. >> it will not break us. it never will. >> reporter: the rabbi underwent surgery for injuries to his hands. the child and the other man injured in the shooting are in stable condition and said to be doing well. in poway, amy powell. here at home, police are on heightened alert sending extra patrols to keep an eye on synagogues.
rem tem emmanuel in san francisco. >> reporter: fear is just one emotion racing through the minds of members of the jewish community right now. senator scott wiener is sad and angry. >> every time a synagogue is assaulted like this, some people are murdered, it's just, it dredges up trauma. >> reporter: it did for this woman who did not want to give her name. she's an orthodox jew who left decades ago because of anti-semitism. >> i am absolutely terrified by the news. and it's extremely sad to hear that. >> reporter: sharon spivack is afraid jewish people will be forced into the shadows. >> people will start meeting secretly in their homes and have to be pretending, you rend exprs them. fears san francisco and oakland
police are upping patrols around synagogues. according to endowment fund, law enforcement paid special visits to synagogues in the bay area where phones and e-mails aren't used on the sabbath and gavin newsom took to twitter to share his views. he said, quote, an attack against any community is an attack against our entire state, who we are and what we stand for. our country has to be better than this. president trump called governor newsom to express his condolences. in san francisco, amy. the shooting comes six months to the day that 11 people were killed in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. last light residents gathered for a vigil to mark the an v anniversary and a man was arrested in the tree of life shooting and facing hate crime charges and several others. this must stop. we know first hand the fear, anguish and healing process such
an atrocity causes and our hearts are with the afflicted san diego families and their congregation. president trumpis ndences theaves of tgh >> our entire nation mourns the loss of life. praise for the wounded and stands in solidarity. with the jewish community. >> president trump also praised law enforcement for quickly catching the gunman. the mayor of poway tweeted that the president called him and also offered his assistance and condolences. we send alerts on our free abc 7 app all day yesterday as we got updates about the shooting in san diego. this is the first alert we sent yesterday at 12:53 before we kew someone had died. you can download the app in the app store and turn on the notification feature. time now is 6:06. the fbi has opened a hate crime investigation into the sunny vale crash last tuesday where a
suspect is accused of crashing into eight people on purpose. the san francisco field office is conducting the investigation. 34-year-old isaiah peoples is charged with eight counts of attempted murder. the crash on el camino real left a 13-year-old girl in critical condition and injured seven others. police said they found evidence that peoples may have targeted the victims based on their race and believed they were muslim. he is due back in court on may 16th. a bay area triple homicide suspect has been taken into custody near south lake tahoe. stefon jefferson was known for two shootings. authorities believe he is responsible for a third shooting in berkeley. >> reporter: the murder spree began on friday around 10:15 a.m. in oakland when stefon jefferson shot and killed marcus jackson. a victim's family friend said they are related. he also said the suspect
committed the crime right outside of histhus off camera jefferson's mom said she's grieving. >> he can do it for you. >> reporter: several hours later at 1:27 p.m. jefferson drove to san francisco and killed 49-year-old laron davis. >> he was on the job. taking the garbage out or whatever and he came right here and the guy shot him. >> reporter: police connected the oakland and san francisco shootings to jefferson on friday. ucpd berkeley revealed the department is considering jefferson the main suspect in friday's homicide in people's park. that shooting took place at 2:40 p.m. >> said something like we're not cool any more. bam. >> reporter: stephen said he had seen jefferson before. >> i recognized him as he came in the park before. put the gun in his pocket and
went to his car that was double parked and drove off. >> reporter: an alert was sent to police departments across the region and around 9:45 p.m. on friday, jefferson was spotted in south lake tahoe but continued driving across to nevada. jefferson was arrested after a shootout with deputies. >> the vehicle stopped and the driver immediately fired striking one deputy in the hand. >> jefferson remains under arrest in nevada but likely extradited to california to face murder charges. in the newsroom, abc 7 news. 6:09 the time and weatherwise off to a cool start across the bay area. >> that fog really came in overnight and it was with us for some of you around the bay yesterday. right now a live look from our south beach camera and partly cloudy here in san francisco and we'll see full sunshine today except at the coast where it's cool. drizzly right now and temperatures, yes, they continue on their downward trend. how low will they go? we'll have answers, next.
we're going to have another pleasant day across the bay area, little cooler than what we have been experiencing in the past week. we'll get a check of the full forecast coming up with lisa argen in just a little bit. first, in washington state investigators are trying to determine what caused a tower crane constructing a new google campus in san diego killing four people. pieces of the crane smashed into six vehicles, two people in two separate cars were killed by the impact. two workers in the crane also died. four others suffered nonlife threatening injuries. one witness heard the commotion and saw people running from the scene after the collapse. >> that could have been me. you know, i was going to go to the grocery store and i normally go up that way and that could have happened to me. >> the google project is one of seattle's largest developments. the building under construction suffered major damage when other pieces of the crane landed on the roof of the complex. hundreds of guns are off the
streets of san francisco after a buy-back event in the bay view. according to the group brothers against guns 25 guns were traded in within the first 30 minutes including an m-16 rifle. one person brought in 14 guns. the group teamed up with police to hold yesterday's event. $100 offered for handguns and 200 bucks for rifles and assault weapons. a lawyer will be reviewing elon musk's tweets as part of an adpreement he made with security regulators. the detail in court filings friday means that musk will no longer face the threat of holding in contempt. the sec claimed that musk violated a previous settlement when he tweeted that tesla would produce 500,000 vehicles this year. musk is required to get advance approval from security lawyer employed by tesla before he tweets about a range of financial topics. a judge still needs to sign off on the agreement. neighbors showed up in full force to help revitalize an east
bay elementary school targeted by vandals earlier this c 7as i where students, faculty and neighbors helped out with the beautificationp the campus it was also about empowering students and connecting their families with vital resources. >> a lot of community partners out and alameda food bank is giving away 200 bags of food and run for a better oakland educating kids about running and doing some exercises. it's a great community event. >> the school suffered major damage over spring break when vandals broke windows, covered walls in paint and destroyed computers. 6:15 is our time and an end of an era. the final meals were served in san francisco last night. the owner cites changes in the industry, including the role of social media, as well as customer expectations for shuttering the restaurant.
she has evolved and prefers creati they will ensure all staff members find a place to work. jardiniere opened 21 eryoos ago. thousands of people came together to march for babies in silken valley. >> three, two, one, go. you got it, run! oh, she's in the lead. >> yesterday abc 7's amanda dell castillo host emceed the event and you just heard her count down the race. march of dimes gives millions of babies the best possible start each year supporting research, funding and advocacy. close to $300,000 was raised at yesterday's march. time now 6:16. how about a free burger to start off your week. tomorrow super duper burgers is giving away burgers to the first
100 customers at each of its locations beginning at 3:00 p.m. the offer is good for either a mini or veggie burger at any location except at thedupe givs away tomorrow. part of super duper day by ed lee in recognition of the support. let's turn to weather now and meteorologist lisa argen she's tracking it all. >> live doppler 7. low clouds and fog pretty much for everyone. fog out towards livermore and pretty cloudy in concord, as well as sfo. and delays on arriving flights and looking at clear skies as you head out towards fairfield. an area of low pressure off the coast keeping it cool just about everywhere. central coast, southern california and then another system that will reinforce this cool air come monday and tuesday. probably didn't want to hear that, right? walnut creek partly cloudy right now and we will see a sunny
afternoon for everyone, although it is going to be cooler than probably you would expect. it is 50 in morgan hill and half moon bay and good morning, oakland, 52 degree. emoryville mostly cloudy skies right now and 49 for you in santa rosa and napa 51 and 52 out by the delta with some sun and 52 in livermore. right now 27 in truckee and low to mid-60s today in the mountains and numbers will be coming down with that next system moving in from the north tomorrow. so, coastal drizzle possible pacifica, half moon bay and san mateo coast and sunny and cool to mild for today. so, pretty nice afternoon. if you're not expecting those 80s yesterday was breezy certainly at the coast and the shoreline we'll see partly sunny conditions and mostly cloudy and temperatures near average or below that for much of the week. the first column here is average. upper 60s san rafael and
livermore and san jose. san rafael, san jose and livermore just still a couple degrees above average. forecast from the low 70s to the upper 70s and from the peninsula down through oakland and san francisco, little bit below average. as the trend continues for the first part of the workweek, we'll see numbers slip a little bit across the entire bay area. 58 today ocean beach, half moon bay upper 50s and 62 in santa cruz. so, cloudy to start and then when the clouds pull back around the bay area, they'll still stay clinging to the coast for most of you from the san mateo coast. 76 in sunnyvale and partly sunny conditions at times along the shoreline. 67 san mateo and redwood city checking in at 0 degrees and south winds up to 20 miles per hour and 59 in daly city and up in the nth bay, low 70s forvas
head inland yesterday we had mid-70s. about theame mperes will feeltty good ihe afternoon for you in livermore at 76 and concord and walnut creek 75. we're looking at another day with the sun at oracle, but cool. upper tos to near 60s 4:00 and then low clouds and fog moving back across the bay. a gray start for your monday but a lot of sun in the afternoon and then the cooler air mixes out that marine layer entirely and looks like by the middle of the week and you download our accuweather app and notice the trend for 50s, 60s and 70s for the entire week. still not looking very impressed with that. we'll keep it status quo. quo. sharing inspiring stories in a weekly digital series called more in common. this week tractor day where the.
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good morning north bay, let's get up and get going. >> thanks so much for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. a cooler start to the workweek. lisa argen has conditions. >> we're going to wait for that sun to clear and we will see a pleasant afternoon. cool to mild in spots. right now 51 san francisco, san jose and 50 maybe some drizzle on the coast and this is walnut creek where we have the marine layer that has reached out to
our east bay valleys but still looking pretty pleasant with partly cloudy skies and 49 santa rosa and livermore at 52. mostly sunny afternoon except marine county coast and partly sunny and mid-50s. as we go through the noon and 1:00 hour. upper 60s and the winds backing off along the shoreline. but that fog as it pulls back that makes things breezy around the bay. by 5:00, we're still clear and numbers in the upper 60s inland and, yes, continues for the first part of the workweek. chris? >> lisa, thank you. this year's white house correspondents' dinner went off without president trump in attendance. last night's dinner took on a different tone this year. no comedian for the first time in decades and very few celebrities were in attendance. it was the third time president trump boycotted the event. instead, holding a countercampaign rally in wisconsin.
sanders attended the dinner last year, but the president issued a degree banning members from his administration from the event. >> last year on this night i was at a slightly different event. >> instead of a comedian, the correspondents' association invited a historian, ron chernow who delivered a well-received speech to the crowd. coming up on "this week" james clyburn will discuss the latest and the divide among democrats on whether to impeach president trump and the administration's response to congressional investigations. you can watch the full interview on "this week" with george stephanopoulos right here on abc 7. politicians personal request may have hampered firefighting efforts in the deadly woolsey fire. a report claims that emergency responders had to check on so many addresses belonging to political figures that they couldn't focus on putting out the fire. the "times" cited an after
action report calling the request a distraction. saying the request did not interfere with lives or property. the claims upset malibu's mayor who lost his home in the woolsey fire. >> it would be sad if somebody put their position above the general population. so my feeling would be you shouldn't be doing that. if you did, shame on you. my situation was different. i lost my home. and i was hospitalized during the event. >> the woolsey fire killed four people and destroyed more than 1,600 structures. a manhunt is on after an uber passenger was shot to death by a fellow passenger. this happened in houston after the driver picked up the two men at an intersection. it's not clear if the victim and shooter knew one another. the driver went a mile before pulling over in a parking lot to call 911. >> as he picked up one
individual, the individual sat in the rear passenger side of the suv and a second companion to that individual came around the driver's side around the back and immediately began open fire into the back seat where his companion was and shot him. >> the uber driver was not hurt. the ride share company has not commented on the shooting. hundreds of people are under quarantine in southern california over concerns they were exposed to measles. the focus is on cal state los angeles. the number has spiked dramatically at the cal state campusquarantined. the number has 50 so fiv confirmed cases of measles in los angeles county. last week uc berkeley encouraged its students to get vaccinated. new details now on the college admission scandal. families from china are accused
of paying the most of getting their children into schools. one chinese family is accused of paying rick singer $6.5 million to get their child into a leading school. by far the largest payment known to date among dozens of parents, some from the bay area. court documents show another chinese student's family paid $1.2 million to get her into yale university. 50 people now face charges. getting a home isn't the only struggle in the bay area, so is keeping a home. this is one of the most expensive places to live in the country. at least for now. the south bay is the first major market nationwide to see home values drop year over year according to zillow. defines the south bay as santa clara county and the median home price is currently $1.2 million. >> say the silicon valley market
is seeing a return to normalcy. >> also means competition is not as fierce. if you have taken a break and said there is no chance, i think there is a chance now, there is an opportunity there. >> reporter: that means buyers have more time to find the right house without making offers tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands over the asking price. at one point the houses sold in as fast as two weeks and now it is taking a few weeks. zillow crunched the bay area housing numbers. >> the listings are starting to come up and overall inventory is starting to come up and indicators that competition is softening. >> reporter: good news when it comes to mortgage rates. compared to a year ago. to buy this median priced $1.2 million house in san jose, the interest rate was 5% last year and 4% now. that translates into a $600 lower monthly mortgage payment
based on a 20% down payment and a lower interest rate might means you qualify to buy a less expen more expensive home. competition may continue to pit buyers against each other. >> that doesn't mean multiple offers and i just wrote an offer last week on a property and we didn't get it. >> reporter: the area has seen prices drop slightly, zillow is projecting that san francisco pricing could soon follow. we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them on facebook. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a piece of history underground. the construction project digging up some ghosts of the past. but, first, the time right now is 6:36. we're taking a live look outside from our abc 7 exploratorium camera. you can see the union there and the bay bridge in the background
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teams are showing off a special display. the show runs from 10:00 until 4:00 today at the half moon bay airport. time now 6:39 on this sunday. earlier, lisa, you were keeping an eye on the fog for us. are we still dealing with that right now. >> delays on 40 minutes on arriving flights at sfo and partly cloudy skies in livermore and clear by the delta. santa cruz clear and cool 62 with partly cloudy skies. we will have sunshine and need it to warm up and 60s and 70s out there today and all week long and i'll detail the subtleties for the weeks ahead. the warriors limp into their series with the rockets with both of the splash brothers nursing some glad you're back how you feeling? ♪ ♪
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arena. marks the fourth time in the last five years that these two teams have met in the playoffs. if you're not going to the game, you can watch it only on abc 7. and then stay with larry beil and warriors ambassador for toyota after the game. live one-on-one interviews with players and coaches. anthony flores has a preview of today's matchup. >> good morning, everyone. their motto is strength in numbers but warriors might not be in full strength when they take on the rockets. both steph curry and klay thompson are listed as questionable. curry rolled his ankle in the fist quarter while thompson was hurt in the third quarter on a drive to the rim. bothurd to the game and steve kerr called thompson's strain significant and he wants to see how both guys respond to treatment before game time. >> i'm not worried about the
energy because, you know, here we are. it's the playoffs and no matter what we do, you know, max there's six weeks left in the season. minimum a couple weeks. we're near the finish line. so, our guys are going to have plenty of motivation and plenty of energy and i'm more worried about the nagging injuries. after a grueling seven-game series against vegas, it took the sharks to warm up against colorado but came away with a victory in game one, 5-2 and now won four in a row. leblanc had four points and friday he scored the game-winning goal around the defender. the avalanche have been in this situation before in their series against the flames they lost game one on the road only to win four straight to advance. >> we know they're going to be hungry and they're a good team. they're a fast team. we have to be ready for that and make sure that we're not giving them any room and kind of really take it to them right from the
drop of the puck. >> they're not satisfy would their game yesterday and come out with a few new things and we know that what we have to do in here to match that. and we know that we have to be better in game one. and, you know, that's all we can do. take care of oour business in here. giants hosting the injury depleted new york yankees. one guy who is not hurt is catcher gary sanchez and make holland pay in the fifth with his first career grand slam that made it 6-0 yankees. the giants finally come alive in the bottom half of the ninth. a three-run homer and then eric with his first home run with the giants all of a sudden we have a 6-4 ball game. too little, too late. sandoval goes down looking and that's your ball game. the yankees survive your final 6-4. the a's north of the border taking on the blue jays. rough outing for brett anderson. two runs in the first.
should have been an inning ending double play but ericsson's throw is off the mark and 2-0 jays. a's only run coming in similar fashion in the fifth. nick huntly grounds into what should have been a double play. that allows a run to score. but that was it for the a's. jays would score seven in the game and drives in a pair right there. toronto continues to dominate oakland. they're 5-0 against the a's this year, 7-1. san jose earthquakes were on the road taking on fc dallas. this match was all about the keepers. four big saves including this one right here in the first half. but san jose could not get past gonzchristian espinoza nice movt knocked away right there and this match would end in a scoreless draw. that is a look at your morning sports, i'm anthony flores, have a great sunday. getting a check of our
forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> fog this morning and from mt. tam mostly sunny afternoon and we'll need it to stay pleasant out there. winds at the coast and partial clearing there and with all the sun and the dry weather of late, we certainly are sneezing and sniffling and you can blame it on the trees. with that tree index pretty high out there, the grass pollen not so much. same with the mold. but it's certainly the grass and mold. we experience the sun and more things in bloom. but the winds pretty much at the shoreline today. so, as we view our roof camera, you can see that the flag is blowing there. upper elevations certainly have the gusty winds and we will look at that mostly cloudy morning and scouring out t clouds by about 0 for mostly sunny afternoon and as we widen the perspective, a couple things off
shore to talk about. an area of low pressure keeping much of central and southern california on the cool side and an area of low pressure to the north that will reinforce this cool air throughout the next several days. here's a look at that tall ship. from our camera here in the city. pretty start to the day with all the gray out there, even so, partly cloudy san francisco and 52 in oakland and 53 in mountain view with 50 half moon bay and emo emoryville and 50 by the delta and sunny already and the clouds will peel back, evaporate the moisture and bring in a sunny, mid-morning for you. 52 in concorde, as well as livermore. the delays we talked about 40 minutes on the peninsula. with the coastal drizzle perhaps this morning and the clouds, it's a cool start and we will have sunshine with cool to mild conditions today. so, we're taking the warmth and the heat out of the forecast for your sunday and the week ahead where temperatures will be near or slightly below average. here's the east bay.
walnut creek the first column average highs where we should be for late april. low 70s for you in livermore and san jose. upper 60s on the peninsula, the east bay, the north bay. but as we look at the highs today, still above average for you in san jose and livermore by about 3 to 6 degrees and san rafael a little bit warmer and feels kind of cool. it did yesterday with the breeze. today we'll call it mostly sunny. along the shoreline here upper 50s to low 60s and 69 in vallejo and warriors tonight, oh, this is opening day on the bay. too excited for that with temperatures in the low 60s another cool one and tonight, yes. that's what we're excited about. this afternoon 12:30 low 60s in oakland right on through the afternoon. the accu weather seven-day forecast upper 50s coast and upper 60s bay and upper 70s inland. keep the sunny afternoons going. in fact, the marine layer will mix out come mid-week probably because that reinforcing shot of
cool air creates that, well, dissipates that inversion. we won't see it at all. by the end of the week, still not budging with the temperatures. download the app and keep track of the mild weather. >> sounds good. lisa, thank you. a construction site in downtown san francisco may yield clues to the city's past and the remanence of the gold rush water front. larry h t story. >> reporter: crews at front street and broadway are busy digging for the city's new gold. that is residential housing. but sources familiar with the construction project are also describing some smaller treasures to abc 7. gold rush era water front which has yielded buried secrets in the past. >> we were involved with the rome which turned up in the excavation for the muni -- >> reporter: he has no direct knowledge about the front street
construction project, but says the area was the site of long wharfs or piers that were built along the historical shoreline. researchers who have also mapped the location of dozens of ships that were grounded in that area. >> some of the ships were sunk as foundation for the peiers an others of the ships were pulled up on to the mud to be used as essentially buildings. >> reporter: over the decades, remnants of those ships and their cargo have been uncovered. the developer bridge housing would only say the site is being surveyed. crews have broken ground in several small sections and a source familiar with the work described finding small artifacts including finding a button from 1851 and evidence pointing to the site possibly being the location of the possible wharf. the area was devastated by fire around the same period. >> i don't recall the month, but
1851 and it burned off essentially all of downtown san francisco. >> reporter: the area was eventually filled in with landfill leaving many of its secrets buried beneath today's streets. mysteries that still surface from time to time reminding us of the city's past. larry biel, abc 7 news. >> some of the ships were older vessels rushed into service to take advantage of the gold rush and no financial incentive to sell them back to their original ports. next, street fair season begins in san francisco. how a festival today is benefiting the
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we're certainly going to see the sun throughout the next couple hours and the highs today, still above average a bit in santa rosa and average high 71 and then we drop off tomorrow and tuesday as cooler air moves in from a front to the north and by the end of the week, we want to see numbers and we will hopefully see numbers in the upper 70s in our inland valleys. as for the rest of us today, we're looking at the range from upper 70s coastside and 66 in livermore and fairfield with 71 in napa. the seven-day forecast. we are continuing our cool down today and cooler tomorrow and tuesday and we lose the marine layer and with a few more low clouds and fog and high pressure should build back for modest warming. maybe a few degrees. >> thank you. thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. "good morning america" is next and abc 7 news returns at 9:00 a.m. we'll see you then.
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