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they took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. juul marketed mango, mint, and menthol flavors, addicting kids to nicotine. five million kids now using e-cigarettes. the fda said juul ignored the law with misleading health claims. now juul is pushing prop c, to overturn san francisco's e-cigarette protections. say no to juul, no to big tobacco,
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the san jose state campus. state of disaster in parts of texas. life-threatening flooding triggers rescues. hidden genius project giving young men tech skills to give back to communities. musical pacifiers are improving outcomes for babies. abc7 news starts now. couple of feet down, i could have gotten shot in the head. >> how scary is that? developing news in the south bay, san jose state student says he had to dive for cover after a bullet flew over his head. >> shooting near east san fernando street, left nearby structure riddled with bullet holes. police still searching for the
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gunman. amanda del castillo is live. >> reporter: as you can imagine, library is usually packed with people at 6:21 in the afternoon, when this happened. windows seventh and eighth floors hit by bullets. we were the only station to speak with a freshman who had a terrifying front row seat. >> studying thursday afternoon. picked a desk next to window for view of downtown san jose. 6:21, bullet passed over his head. showed this photo of the damage. >> huge hole in the glass above where my head is. realize there's glass all over me, the desk, the floor and we all just ducked, dropped down. >> reporter: heard several shots. didn't stick around to learn where they landed. >> crawling over glass, grab my stuff, throw in my bag and ran for the elevators. >> reporter: police confirm
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multiple rounds hit the library and building across the street. students not surprised but concerned. >> walking around downtown is a little bit dangerous but the library should have been safe place. >> reporter: this alert went out warning people to stay out of the area. but across the street neighbors knew nothing. she was on the way to library to return a book with granddaughter. >> hearing did you get the alert, good for them, but i'm so close. >> bruno was closer. won't be returning to the library. his farewell involved plenty of fear. >> couple of feet down, could have been gotten shot in the head. >> reporter: fortunately nobody was hurt, unclear where the shots were fired from, who is responsible. amanda del castillo, abc7 news. new details about another scare at san jose state,
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17-year-old student arrested yesterday after investigators exposed a violent threat on social media against a student at cupertino one of the students received violent threats on social media from a freshman at san joe state. officers began searching for the suspect. university police located him on the south campus of the university. >> went to class, made contact, took him into custody without incident. ws in possession of a fully loaded hand gun. >> and magazines with rounds of ammunition, weapon unregistered, parts purchased online and modified into a working pistol. >> it's disturbing, challenging as we see these things in the news. we're just very happy this didn't develop into something more serious.
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>> homestead high school sent out notice of police presence on campus. 17-year-old in school's marching band, taken to juvenile hall and booked on making threats and carrying illegal firearm. developing news from southeast texas where flash flooding has inundated parts of houston and surrounding area. 13 counties under tropical storm immelda. >>. >> reporter: wreaked havoc on houston. once again the city has taken on water. standing above i-45. people are going nowhere, freeway is flooded. first responders out in rescue vehicles checking abandoned cars.
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office good samaritans helped get people to safety. standstill just after lunch, then the water started to rise, overflow from nearby bayou, rose fast. >> it was rain, so people are going to drive slow. all of a sudden looked up, why is nobody going, then look, stopped in their tracks. look outside, oh, my goodness, the water is getting high. >> reporter: up to door handles on suvs, starting to recede slowly. expecting only light rain tomorrow. in houston, jessica willie, abc7 news. >> i'm tracking that rain in the texas area with live doppler 7 right now. taking you back in time 12 hours, just getting severe amounts of rain and flooding across that region, has quieted down but left mark.
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fourth wettest tropical storm for texas, seventh wettest in u.s. history. reporting a number of flash floods, casualties, one unfortunately, multiple reports of injuries. rainfall projection, lighter tomorrow into saturday but any rain on saturated ground will only make matters worse. eastern texas into louisiana could be talking about up to a foot of rain. ama. happening now, there's some very good news at san francisco international airport, live look at sfo where the runway construction project that's been the source of thousands of flight delays and cancellations is finished a week early. rebuilt a failing section of runway 28 left. reduced number of flights able to land and depart by about half. >> and airport is moving on to next big project, renumbering
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all gates in mid-octobers. will incorporate concourse letters into them to make getting around the airport more intuitive. right now numbered sequentially, that change october 15th. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg met with president trump in the white house. trump tweeted the photo. said had a quote, good constructive meeting with the commander in achievement discussing internet regulation. will meet with lawmakers tomorrow. building a better bay area is solving problems, including diversity in the tech industry. kris reyes tells us about a program that gives young black men the skills to become leaders and entrepreneurs. >> reporter: nearly 100 students
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with a dream and now the skills to turn their ideas in reality. >> we are an organization that trains and mentors black male youth, entrepreneurship and leadership skills. >> reporter: one of the founders of the program hatched over a conversation with friends in 2012 about lack of opportunities in tech industry for young black men. >> frankly tech is a booming industry, and why aren't we represented? >> reporter: every year the project takes a new batch of students 13 to 17 and puts them through a 15 month immersion program. two of the budding entrepreneurs. >> built a website, sneaker heads can buy and resell shoes from their collection. >> it's a mobile marketplace for shoe restoration and customization. >> i see myself successful, want my website up with foot locker, fight club and stock x.
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>> learned entrepreneurship ideas but how to use it to be a leader in your community. >> reporter: applications for next batch of geniuses is open now, in oakland, kris reyes for abc7 news. >> very cool business ideas. want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. join our group on facebook. kate larsen, music therapists working wonders at hospital. >> meteorologist sandhya patel tracking winter and fall weather, coming up. some unhappy with the b.a.r.t. station bench. "jimmy kimmel live." >> hey you, watch this. you're in the united states, there will be a group of people waiting at hilton in burbank to see you for many years to come.
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here at abc7 news, building a better bay area means overcoming challenges, even ones that seem monumental. that' what music therapists at
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children's hospital do on a daily basis. abc7 news reporter kate larsen met generous family behind innovative music program helping out most vulnerable. ♪ >> baby and sister born prematurely. complicated start to life made a little bit more joyful thanks to music. ucsf's music therapists strumed through 3,000 sessions. >> also therapeutic for me. comes in, sings, destiny's heart rate goes down, oxygen levels up. makes me feel she's going to be okay. >> reporter: funded through the peterson family foundation. inspiration coming from family
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members' experiences at hospitals. >> tough to be in the hospital, no creative outlets. >> reporter: born in santa cruz, diagnosed with leukemia at three years old. five years later his mother died from lung cancer. father started the foundation. funded music programs at ucsf, stafford and london. music is working. to help the youngest patients, using pacifier activated aby devices. >> helps support feeding and helps infant goes home sooner. ♪ all done, music, we'll see you next time ♪ >> reporter: kate larsen, abc7 news. in the north bay, police say two men withdrew thousands of
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dollars from atms in and using fake cards. customer information stolen with skimming devices, made in august. arrested trevor several charges including hate crime. hit a female customer with a rock. found him nearby and when questions said the victim's ethnicity motivated the attack. currently held. b.a.r.t. officials say this two ton bench installed in san francisco is not meant to deter homeless from sleeping on it. heavy, prf block creating notice.
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said it's meant to be sturdy, people like it. b.a.r.t. may buy more. get to weather, heating up just in time for fall. >> makes no sense so perfect sense, sandhya patel. >> september and october usually bring us warm weather. time lapse from the east bay hills camera, mid-60s to low 80s, lot of people talking about how nice it was. stunning sunset tonight, absolutely clear skies out there, expect tomorrow morning to start off that way. live doppler 7, no rain, no fog. temperatures right now in the 50s and 60s. in case you're thinking about the weekend, who isn't, let me show the forecast. saturday is even warmer than today, if you like warm weather, beach weather on saturday. low 70s to mid-90s. sunday is cooler and breezier,
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fog will return and see high clouds as well. little bit cooler. east bay hills camera, beautiful view across the bay to san francisco. another stunning view from san francisco as you will notice, seeing clear skies overnight. going to be clear, tomorrow morning is crisp. warmer weather next two days and autumn arrives monday. 12-hour planner for tomorrow. sun at 6:56, expected to see bright skies first thing. noontime is sunny as well. warmer at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., down but not much. cool start in valleys. upper 40s to upper 50s across the region. extra thin layer but later in the afternoon, shorts and short sleeves. south bay is warm, 88 in gilroy, 85 in san jose.
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peninsula, 83 in redwood city. . san francisco, 74 degrees. mild in sunset district, low 70s, north bay, 84 in san rafael, sausalito, 76, mid-80s to napa. east bay, nice. 78 in oakland, 82 in castro valley, fremont. 88 concord, 86 accuweather seven-day forecast, low 70s at beaches, cooldown sunday followed by autumn and just in time, winds will turn around, looking at gusty offshore winds, higher fire danger. on tuesday the heat holds on wednesday, mid-70s to mid-90s and cooling will arrive on thursday.
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the giants earned win 74 last night in boston. a milestone victory for skipper bruce bochy, gave him 2,000 for his future hall of fame career. red sox honoring bruce with a seat and number 2,000 engraved for the wins. bottom two, red sox up 3-1. xander bogaerts into right. bumgarner, five innings, nine hits, five earned. mike yaz stremski comes in to pinch-hit, keeps it going. kevin pillar down the left-field line, fair into the corner. giants with a rally late. two runs score and it's 5-3. top nine, giants down 5-4, loaded for evan longoria. giants win the series but can't finish the sweep.
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yankees can clinch the a.l. west with win over halos in the bronx. right center field, 2 for 3 with three rbis. 4-1 pinstripes and aroldis chapman, nasty 87-mile-an-hour slider. yankees win 9-1, clinch division first time since 2012, going to postseason. a.l. wild card race. franmil reyes, aloha. deep into the bleachers. 4-0 indians, 12-3 on the year, six shutdown innings. innings. indians tie the rays. tampa bay holds the tiebreaker. "thursday night football," the jaguars hosting titans.
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minshew, play action fake, 7-0 jags. later in the first, minshew, perfect pass, 22 yards. 13-0. jacksonville's defense, nine sacks. jaguars win 20-7. dynamic duo on the course. steph curry in pair up with phil mickelson for the safeway open in napa. silverado resort and spa in napa, this abc7 sports report sponsored by river rock casino. this is a last hurrah for steph. preseason opener 5th of october. >> gallery for steph? >> like everybody, crazy. should be fun. >> use aloha if you want, pay me a dollar every time. >> oh, dear. >> and work thanksgiving,
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christmas they took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. juul marketed mango, mint, and menthol flavors, addicting kids to nicotine. five million kids now using e-cigarettes. the fda said juul ignored the law with misleading health claims. now juul is pushing prop c, to overturn san francisco's e-cigarette protections. say no to juul, no to big tobacco, no to prop c.
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