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>> it was just about 24 hours ago the gunfire broke out. >> about a hundred people running around outside. >> party goers were in a panic in that quiet neighborhood. four men were killed and four other people were hurt. >> live tonight with new details, kris? >> reporter: where this is the house where it happened at the top of the hill. this is as close as we've gotten, by the way, since police were called here on halloween. police have now identified all four victims shot and killed that night. >> i saw a lot of kids lying running in front to the backside of my house and there's something so wrong going on. >> reporter: this resident was one of a number of people who called 911 on halloween after a house party started to get chaotic.
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by 11:00 p.m. thursday night shots had been fired killing four people and injuring four others. police have identified the victims. >> one other person who got killed at -- i do not know that person directly but it's one of my coworkers son's butty. they grew up together and he was a good kid. >> reporter: he was shot and is now in stable condition according to his dad. this is video inside the house party before the shooting. it was posted on social media. also circulating online a flier of the halloween mansion party. the 4,000 square foot house was rented on airbnb. this is the listing. a police source says the renter
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claimed she was using the house for her and about a dozen family members trying to escape wildfire smoke. >> the neighbor kind of complained before because it was rented out for parties and stuff. >> reporter: in 2016 not even a mile from this shooting a man was beaten at a party that got out of control also at a house rented by airbnb. we brought up that incident by the way because we talked to many people who lived in the area who didn't want to go on camera who told me their worried about their homes in the neighborhood being rented out for parties. san francisco based airbnb issued a statement saying, quote, our thoughts are with the loved ones of the victims of this abhorrent act as well as the neighbors of the home. the company says it's taken action to ban the booking guest from its platform. a deadly head on crash suv. the man driving the jeep was ejected from the car and dried
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at the scene tragically. the firefighter behind the suv was taken to santa rosa hospital with moderate injuries. he's expected to be okay. the kinkade fire is 70% contained tonight. 174 homes have been destroyed and nearly 76,000 acres have burned. some mandatory evacuation orders do remain in effect. because cal firefighters are making good progress, they're continuing efforts to repopulate the area. while many residents have been allowed to return, some of them still don't have gas service. >> reporter: as you can see we're in downtown healdsburg, the power is back on, some stores open tonight. many of the owners we spoke with tonight say they're ready to get back to work and welcome you to this community. yes, there's no gas in
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healdsburg, but the city is definitely not lacking any warmth. part of 11,000 people evacuated last saturday. yesterday many of them returned home and all with a new outlook. >> we're blessed to be here and our small community of healdsburg is just stronger today with what we've been through. >> reporter: we walked around the downtown area with the mayor of healdsburg. >> we have plans in place. those can always be updated and improved. same with the evacuation zone. >> reporter: after six days of being evacuated windsor and other communities along highway 101, these business toelebte life, community and their city. >> i did tell everybody who came in, i'm going to open sparkling, so everybody got sparkling to cheer with each other healdsburg being open. and they also want the rest
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of the bay area to know one thing. >> the plan is we're going to reopen these gates, and we're going to be here serving our guests. >> and the first person checking into the hotel is someone to the lost their home and lost their life. >> starting this weekend many of the 40 tasting rooms will be open, 60 restaurants, 25 galleries and 800 hotel rooms. and in case you were wondering, we've interviewed several people who after the fires were thinking about moving out of their cities. is that something any of you guys are considering? nobody is moving out of healdsburg? and the tables are set and the gas is expected to return here in healdsburg by tomorrow night. maybe apparently the best place to live in healdsburg. >> temperatures in some parlts of the north bay will drop
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actually below freezing tonight. >> meteorologist sanld huh patel joins us with the weather outlook. >> that's why a frost advisory has been issued for the north bay values. at 2:00 a.m. and it runs until 9:00 p.m. take a look at those temperatures, upper 20s to mid-30s. frost is possible and may damage plants. obviously everyone is going to need that extra blanket or turn up the heat because you're going to need it. temperatures tonight 40s, 50s. look at those numbers falling especially in the north bay where you're going to see the upper 30s and that's not where they bottom out. i'll let you know exactly how cold your in neighborhood plus a look at the forecast coming up. survivors of the fire are trying to come to grips losing their homes, not easy as you know. ramona hall is seeing what's left of her home destroyed completely by the kinkade fire. and she asked us to be with her today. >> i really want to dig in there
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and see if my -- it's going to take so long to dig through that. and see if anything survived. >> ramona is still looking for her family cat, mr. edwards as she's left cat food for him in case he's around. so far the food has gone uneaten. thousands turned out for a food give away organized by city officials and catholic charities today. the turn out was double the number of people expected. these folks have been hit hard, many evacuated by the kinkade fire. and many returned home to the refrigerators full of food spoiled by the prolonged pg&e power shutoffs. >> a lot of distressed individuals were
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they'd be able to replace the food. >> the same organizations threw together a food give away on short notice yesterday that served a thousand people. >> people in the south bay a also pitching in to help kinkade fire victims. it's expanded to include the assistance of nonprofits and amazon. here's abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo. by friday his truck was filled. these bags donated by amazon, the rest by neighbors. more food, more water, more necessities needed up north. >> clothes, snacks basically everything we asked for and some dog food, all kinds of dog crates and just stuff for the animals as well. >> reporter: lopez was getting ready to head up thursday when his truck broke dow a rental truck is on its way. the trouble isn't keeping lopez from pushing forward. >> i don't know, i know they need the help. they really need the help. for me just to go through the situations i'm going through is nothing. they had to leave their whole houses behind. they had to leave everything
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behind. >> so 6:00 a.m. tomorrow we'll be here. >> for the response team they're going to take dozens of trailers. >> we don't know exactly how many people we're touching, but whatever we get up there, that's the big thing is it getting stuff up there. >> reporter: their collection effort started last week and they say their community came through. >> when people really need it, people will get together and do what they need to do. >> reporter: and hosting its drive saturday morning in morgan hill. for details on that event visit and click on that story. >> and there are many ways you can help people affected by the cane cade fire and pg&e outages. a fairfield police detective shoots a man he says tries to
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run him over. the search tonight for a convicted felon. five firefighters in one day, and investigators believe pg&e equipment may have been at fault next. here's a look what's coming up at jimmy kimmel live. >> this is why i've called you here tonight. next emoji and you're two for two. >> oh, marly and me.
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developing news from fairfield, police are looking for a 47-year-old man named robert hansen. authorities say he tried running over a detective who was doing a narcotics investigation this afternoon. the detective's partner shot at hansen's car but he drove away.
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the detectives were not hurt. authorities do not know if hansen was hit. police recovered his 1994 gold two dar jaguar in fairfield tonight. he's a convicted utilities in southern california had shutoff power to prevent fires during heavy santa ana winds this week. last night edison had received the weather all clear and reenergized the circuit. the maria fire has burned 10,000 acres and has zero contain. . investigators are pointing the finger at pg&e for five fires that ignited across the bay area sunday. oakley, bethel island, lafayette and milpitas. all five of them broke out during high fire investigators
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confirmed the fires were started by downed power lines. earlier this week and two days ago pg&e filed a report about a fire in milpitas. tonight on abc 7 news at 6:00 we took an in-depth hour long look at our current situation in the bay area. pg&e power shutoffs and another massive fire possibly connected to pg&e equipment. >> we talked to a "new york times" opinion columnist and mountain view resident who wrote a piece saying it's the end of california as we know it. >> you say i'm starting to feel, suspect we are over. why do you say that? >> i mean, just look around us? it's the fires, it's the fact to put the fires out, we have to put the power out.
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the housing affordability, homelessness, traffic, all connected to this larger problem which is we have a lot of people here and we're not very sustainable in how we arrange those people. >> you can watch our bay area coverage, fire, power, wind, what now in its entirety on and the abc 7 news app. we have a sad update to report. we've just learned a fifth victim has died in that shooting. >> officials identified her as 19-year-old. >> we continue to keep on top of that situation but we do want to get to our weather. >> it is going to be quiet weather for the upcoming weekend. i want to show you sunset from our emeriville camera. sun going down alt 6:11 tonight. you probably started noticing it's getting darker and darker a
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little earlier. it was certainly a beautiful sunset under clear skies. let's take a look at those numbers right now. san francisco is actually one of the anomalies here. you're down to 44 right now in mountain view. half moon bay, chilling at 39 degrees. santa rosa, napa, mid40s. along with livermore, tonight you'll need that extra blanket or turn up the heat because you need to stay warm. a live look right now from our san jose camera showing the shark tank and visibility is terrific. down to 33 in santa rosa, 37 in livermore, 38 degrees morgan hill, 36 half moon bay. right tharnd bay shoreline and san francisco mainly 40s and 50s. clear skies on live doppler 7. we're not tracking any rain. i want to show you what's preventing the rain from getting
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here. what we call a blocking high, area of high pressure, the flow around that high is clockwise, and it's pretty much pushing the clouds away, keeping the storm track away. so everything is going over the top into canada. i don't see any rain in the next 7 to 10 days. a live look right now as we look at san francisco back towards sutro tower. and clear and cold, and fall back sunday morning. reminder daylight savings time begins. suns up 7:36. clear skies at noontime, and it is going to be beautiful and mild. 60s to 80s tomorrow afternoon before it cools off. so speaking of afternoon, here are your highs. las gatos, san jose, 78. 88 degrees in morgan hill. mid-70s on palo alto to mountain view. sunshine 72 degrees, north bay 77 in san rafael, napa, 80 in santa rosa heading into the east
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bay. 77 in livermore. a reminder saturday night before going to bed set your clocks back one hour. standard times begin sunday morning and don't forget to change your batteries on your smoke detecters. we fall back this sunday. temperatures will be above average through the weekend. and then next week, a little bit coler but still waiting for coler but still waiting for some come try my really big chicken sandwich combo with two patties for $4.99, or three for $5.99, or four for $6.99. that's an amazing deal, jack! hey, thanks, stanley. ow. ...wait, what's happening? stanley! you're deflating! hold me, jack! only at jack in the box.
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good evening. steph curry had surgery on his broken hand today. he's expected to be out for at least three months. so how do the warriors win games without their two time mvp? it's going to be tough. tonight against the spurs deangelo russell you know he's sho h wants. 14 and 4 on the first quarter. warriors played with a lot of energy, they were hanging around in this game. off the bench, still has the burst. spurs up by two at the half.
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look at this up the jump balllll here, eric the rookie and the spurs for 40. in the third quarter rosen, he's wily, off balance and the layup and under gets to go. and mills has become a marksman for the spurs. it's for 31 and the spurs keep the warriors winless and 0 and 3 now. the lakers, lebron, 39 points, 16 assists, 12 boards. mavs up 3, seconds left you've got to defend the three-point line. seth curry was held on the play, no call. 103 a piece. they go to overtime. anthony davis finish with 31.
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lakers win 119-110. 49ers, they won in arizona but they also lost. linebacker quan alexander will miss the season with a torn peck. better news on george kittle. look like he hyperextended his knew but stayed in the game, caught a touch down pass. apparently he's okay. now it's time for my selfie. sharks and jets in the tank and second period. and we are tied at one. early in the third redirectedan. the goalie stopped 51 of them. jets only 19 shots and that's the game winner with 90 seconds to go. team teal cannot catch a break. the sharks lose 3-2. they have now dropped 6 of 7. we'll see the warriors back in
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